The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1947 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, MAY 10, BLYTHEV1LLE (AUK.)' COUK1EU NKWS PACB FIViB Winter Wheat Crop to Be Large Yield May Exceed 1,025,789,000 Bushels; icst in History Highc WASHINGTON. May 10. (UP)-'I ho Agriculture Department yes- forecast the largest \vinUT in the history of the 'Hie IJepru'tmcul said n crop of 1.025,739.000 bushets last year. This estimate ftu exceeded earlier estimates of the winter crop's size. The Department said winter wheat has suffered le.ss ncreag i loss than was indicated earlier nnd has improved in condition in practically all major areas. 9 it production reaches expectations of the present, it would be :,he lira I time in history lhat fanners have produced ovci 1 1,000,000,CGO bushels of winter \vheat Forecast for the 1147 rye crop Stuttgart Man Convicted of Manslaughter WIT-LE POCK, Ark., May 10, (UP) — Odell Ramlck. 38-year-old Stuttgart man, today began serving seven years in the penitentiary after being convicted in Pulaski Circuil Court yesterday of voluntary manslaughter. He wns charged in the fatal shooting here last Cct, 19 of his ex-wife. Mrs. Emma Dell Alley. The Jury got tiie case at 5 p.m. ycslerday and returned a verdict a little more than an hour later. Ramlck threw the court into n frenz 1 ; when he testified lhat he held the gun that was discharged accidentally kilting his former wife. He had contended up until that time that he was not even in McLoughiin Asks Transfer of Case To Federal Court HOT SPRINGS, A"k., May 10. ,UP)—Attorneys lor Kx-Muvn- I.co P. McLaughl n of Hoi Sprli.KS sought today .0 Ijivj ills b.'-iijery and non-feasart:e case tried in federal district com t. C. Floyd H'.iff said ; e.it>Tj:iy he would ask s|:e:ial ,Jv,ds;e Maupir. 'uinmings of FaycUcv.ile U: trans- 'er Ihe case. The judge, Mding [or Clyde H. Brown, heard mo- Jons and deaiurre.s (his morning. Prosecutor .'>!.!.•<•>' 3 McMalh said, meanwhile, lhat he na.i no objection to trying the case in Federal ccurt. Lilt h.j riid not believe that couit had jurhuiclion. MclJiuyhlin wa_> Inr'.loH'd t.y a Siwcial Garland County Giar.d Jury on 15 cli.Argea of bribery nnd Little nock shooting. at the time of r the toward Pine Bluff, apparently attempted to pass a truck on a Highway 79 brldHc and ran rcud-nn Into put pioducliorn at 3.511,000 bushels, a parked Greyhound bus. The bus. as compared with Hst year's" crop » ad stopped some 25 ieet from the of 3,390000 bushels " | south end of the bridge to wait for 1 the car and truck. Dr. Woods attended the Unlvcr- [ sity of Virginia and TutanG Uni' versity. He moved to Ahheinier h 1905 and has practiced medicine there since. He is survived by his wife, nnd , one son. Lt. Col. Robert O. Woods, stationed in Nanking. China. mil to be issued for opeintion Lt- ginnint; on the 1st day ol July, 1041 anil to expire on the 30 uay of June, 10-ltf. Huron! Martin & C. A. MnriUi l)y Huford Martin. XOTIOH Ol-' FII.IMi OK AJTI.I- ('ATH)N TOlt l.l()m»i l'i:iSMIT Notice is hereby given lhat I lie undersigned has filed wllii (ho Com- inissloiHT of Ucvemii'S ol Ihe Slsle of Arkansas for permit lo sell and dispense vinous or spirituous licmov.s tot 1 beverage al retail on the premises described as 112 West Main Street, Ulythevllle. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1st day ol July, 1B41 nnd to expire on lh'! ;tO (lay of June, 194B. liuford Martin A C. A. Mali hi By Hufo,:l Marlln. The condition of the oats crop on Mav 1 was reported at 75 per cr-nt of normal as compared with 87 nor c":it ]asr. vear. The n-e yield, the Department ."aid. is nxnectcd to be nbovc average on a relatively small acreage -.vith production ahove last year. The revised forecast of winter \vh°at production by Awil pu'.y the yield by slates as follows: Kansas 2G3.M2.nna bushels. Texas ll?.11!5.'100, Oklahoma 08,715,0110. undersigned will within the time Nebraska 98,370,000. Washington fixed by law apply to the Commls- 57.159,000, Montana 25.30fi.000, Colo-. sioiier of Revenues of the State of r.icio 47.124,000, and Indiana 34.- Arkansas for a permit- to sell beer at signed has been revoked within five j ears last past; and lhat the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of lhl.» stale, or any olhc rslale, relating to Hie sale of alcoholic liquors. Herbert Maugium. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of May, 1917. Athetlon Illett (Seal) Notary 1'ubiic. My commission expires February 11, 1950. NOTK'i: OK I'lMN'C OK Al'I'I.I- I'ATION KOIt l.lQt!Oit l'i:k,MIT Notice is hereby given lhat (he undersigned has (lied with the Commissioner of Revenues ol' llr; Htate of Arkansas for permit lo sell n:ul dispense vinous or spirituous llmior.'- for brvenigc at retail on the preii:- Iscs described as I'.!! 1 '; SJUlh Main St., Lrachvillc. Ark. Application for permit to be issued for operation beginning on (he l»l day July, 1047 and (o expire on the. 30 day of June, 1918. Elves A. Hill. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the NOTICE Notice Is hereby Riven Ihnl the undersigned will wltnin the time NOTK'I: 'Notice is hereby ^ivcii that Hit undersigned will within tin' tinn fixed by law apply to Ihe Conimls- sinner of Revenues of the tila'.e o Arkansas for u penult lo sell beer a fixed by law apply to t.ie Commis- j retail al 312 E. Main, liljthivillc sioner of Revenues of tne Stale of Mississippi Counly. Arkansas for a permit lo 'sell 1'cer The undersigned stale., thai li^ i ,t retail at 409 West Main Street. I a citizen of Arkansas, o; good morn The department cautioned thnt prospects for soring-sowll crops on M?;X1 were still dimmed by Ihe ta'.^.ardiicss of Ihc season Ex- ces5[fA\)ioi.stiire in many areas has [Ielayt.5 spring farm work and formers have been unable to complcfe the seeding of inlended acreages. If Ihe May weather permits, the Department said, farmers will shift to corn and other crops for which tiie best planting dates come laler. This could result in a larger isr- preg.V.e production since corn produces more per acre than oats in Ihc affected areas. This factor may also cut Ihe spring wheat acreaip somewhat. retail at 211 West Main Street, Biytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is i citizen of Arkansas, of good moral hnracter, that he lias' never :becn :onvicted of n felony or other crime involving moral turpitude: that no icense to sell beer by the und,eV- igncd has been revoked within five r ears last past; and that the: under- igncd has never been convicted of 'iolatlng the laws of this state, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Thelnia Lloyd Boydslon. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9 day of May, 1947. Claude F. Cooper (Seal Notary Public. My commission expires a-25-47. Hirjh School Journalism Students Sleet Officer? UTTLE ROCK. Ark.. May 10 (UP1—Murily Or.'e L:' Hot Sprn t's tcday heads 'lie Arkvsi:3 High School Press As5oci \t~-i\\ following her election here yesterday". Virginia Coi-i of UUta Rock was mimed vice-president mil Eh?a belli Wash of ilcOo'ice was elect ed secretary -rrasvr^r. A certificate; was .\wavdfl th Little Reck Ki-;ii s/'liool Tiger fo its outstanding work. Winers in tic state rchoo c:ass A—El Ocu'.rl-j Hi-Gi!Elitr Fort Smith :;n«:ly, not Sprirgs Torchlight. L.iU!-.> Roc-l: Tiger, and Pine Bluff Piii2 Cone. Class B Holly Grove Tiller. Arkadelphia Bad :"T, ni;d Wynne Yellow-jacket. Class C - Fiiycctositle Junior Times, Ros'"':; Mountaineer, and Springdale Blllldda- Notice is hereby givon that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State 01 Arkansas for u permit to sell beer at retail at 114 West Main Street Biytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that lie i. a citizen of Arkansas, of good mora character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral tnrpilUde;- that m license to sell beer by the under signed has been revoked within flv years last past; and that the under signed has never been convicted o violating the laws of this state, or any other .state, relating to the sal^ of alcoholic liquors. Buford Martin. Subscribed and sworn to before ine this 9 day of May, 1J47. Claude F. Cooper (Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires 5-2o-47. Jlythcville, Mississippi (Jounly. The undersigned stales that he Is l citizen of Arkansas,- 'Jf gosd moral haracter. that he lias never been •onvicted of a felony or oilier crime nvolving moral turpitude; that no icense. to sell, beer by the under- >igned has been revoked \vilhin five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the la\vs of thi., stale, or any olher stale, relating to Ihe sale of alcoholic liquors. Subscribed and Cits Xsno.s. sworn lo before Altlieinier Doctor Dies Of Injuries in Accident FINE BLUFF. Ark., May 10. (IJP) —Funeral services are bein^ planned today for Dr. Robert P. Woorts, 05- year-old AHheimer pliysirsatr,' who (tied here yesterday following an automobile accident. Fie died before reaching a Pine Bluff hospital. His wife, riding with him. suffered chest and head injuries. Officers said Dr. Wojils. driving me this 9 day of May. 194".. Max A. Parks (Seal) Hota.-y Public. My commission cxpi.-cs July 1, 1950! NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Ihe undersigned will within the lime fixed by law apply to tiie Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit lo sell beer at retail at 100 E. Main, Blylhe- ville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he i- a citizen of Arkansas, of good mora character, that he lias never beei convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; thill no license to sell beer Dy the tinder- signed has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted o. violating the laws of this 'slate, o: any other state, relating to lhe sah of alcoholic liquors. Cagle & Ccpeland By Fred Copelaml. Subscribed and sworn to l.eforc e tills 9 day of May. 1947. Mrs. Marshall Blackard (Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires March 9, 949. I character, Ihal he lias never bm onviclcd of a felony or other crim nvolving moral turpitude: tluit Icense to sell beer by tin- ut:der Igncd has been revoked wilhtn P.v •ears last past; and that, (he under Igncd has never been convicted o 'iolating lhe laws of ihls Jtate. o ny other state, relating to the rul if alcoholic liquors. Odeil Campbell. Subscribed and sworn lo before lie this fl clay of May. 10-!7. Elizabeth Mason Seal! Notary 1'ubiic. My commission expire.: 4-U8-50. Missing Baby Identified I''oiir-inoinh-ol<l Palsy Ann I'olhird. wliivnu parents were killed In the Woodward Tonmdo, is identified by her granrtfathei', G. B. Shearer, left and lii'r aunt. Miss Doia Hhearer. The baby was located hi an Oklahoma City hospital after an intense search. Nurse holding Hit! baby is Mlra Jencll llubbiiril of Oklahoma Clly. — <NEft Telephotii.) A Complete Loss NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will within the lime fixed by law apply to the Commisr sioncr of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail at 2000 W. Rose, Blytheville,-Mississippi County. • • --• t,,' The undersigned states that'he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good, ihoral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or .other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by ti:c undcr- ! signed has been revokes within five NOTICE ( years last past; and that the undei- hcrcby given- that the signed' has never been convicted ol witnr.i the time Notice is undersigned fixed by law apply to the Commis- fiffft of Revenues of the State of AriviU^a.s for a permit to sell beer at retail at 119 West M.'.in Street. Blvtheville. Mississippi County. The undersigned slaits that he is a ritix.cn '^Arkansas, 01 yood moral character, that he na3 never been convict Ml of a felony or oilier ctime involving moral turpitude: that no license to sell beer by the uuder- su;ned has been revoked wilhiii five year.s lasl past: and that the uncier- si'.:m'ci has never been cor.vicccd of violating lhe laws of tl-.is Ki.Ue, or any olher state, relating to lhe sale ol alcoholic liquors. Lonnie Boydston. Subscribed and swoiii to before me this 9 day of May, 1947. Claude P. Cooper (Seal' Nalary Public. My commission expires 5-25-47. violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. George Wilson. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9 day of Ma,y. 1947. Elizabeth Mason (Seal) Notary Public My commission expires 4-28-50. NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR I.IQUOI: I'KKMIT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner Of Revenues or the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous Hquoi-s for beverage at retail on the premises descrilwd as 420 West Auh St.. Biytheville. Application' is foi per- Free Del/very Call PICKARD'S GROCERY PJiont 2043 10-14 Chicknsawha CLUB 61 (Formerly Midnile Inn) I OPEN NIGHTLY \ FOR DANCING > Under New Manage- ; men*. Call 944 ] for reservations. '. NOTICE Notice is hereby fiven that the undersigned will within the tini fixed by law apiily to the Commii sioner of Revenues of the State '.<" Arkansas for a permit to sell bee f at retail at Route No. 1, Highway 11 18, Leachville. Mississippi County. The undersigned stales that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, lhat he has never hccn convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude: that no license to sell beer by tiie undcr- Couples and Parties ONLY! Owned A Opernteil by George Ford and W. A. "Kcd" BicUcrslaff Practical, low-cost, all- steel buildings. Easy to creel ; will rot nn^ f iviirp or rot. Permanent, fire- snfe const rnclion. Coll today for full Jet nils. uiiiiir IUIIDIKC IARK • CAKACI • OFFICI SUMMil CAMP • tTOIiat TOOl SHOP • MANUFACTURING HOWE Notice of Red Cross Annual Meeting Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the Chickasawba District Chapter of the American Red Cross will be held in the Courtroom of the Chickasawba District Courthouse, Biythe- ville, Arkansas, on Tuesday. May 13, 1947, al 3:00 p.m. This Weeilng is being held for Ihc purpose of making an annual report lo Ihe people of all activities carried on during the past year and to elect officers and board members who will direct the operation of the chapter during the next twelve months. livery person in the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County ulio has contributed one dollar or more in Ihe past twelve months is a member of this chapter and each member is urged to attend and to vole.. George M. Lee Chapter Chairman BOB MALONE • Plaster • Stucco • Concrete Phone 3998 Alemcrrat TVA- •Jo "111111 in a china Shop,' llirs, ju.it n plnln wind slorni in Icstrncllun ol this ceramics jilnnl. —iNUA Telcplmio.) Paris, Teiiii.. caused llii: cumpli'le Alemon Greeted In New York I'rrjsidcnl of A I 1 : vino. Miguel Ale- mfin, .sUuidK In .\ fic-Tcl -jf br.r'ey with HUle 5-y"ii.i*-o]tf Agnes L-rck- r ci 1 , duxiyhloj: ni the • ni^n • .\vljo» • vuus TVA.'K Model F:irm'--'Twnr ' •Mnsclo Shoals, Alubniini. •- (NEA 'IVlcplioto.) ' " • Winner President of Mexico, Miguel Alcmnn, Id I, aU«ntioii wliile llu; natioiuil niHhi'ms of UK: U. . " . . 'l. '.''.'. I f' : '.V,'', iiutl 'Mayor of New York City, Patrick O'Uwycr, stand at and Mexico lire played. Aleinan was given a warm welcome photo) _ in New York City despite r.ibiy- weallicr. At extreme left Is Mlitucl Alc'.inn, Jr.—INE;V Tele' Telephone Strikers Picket Residential Home Steel Oil Barrel Racks T. LMABRY ta MISSOCKI ST. PH. K low-cosr, AU- Tho B ;i k cr Implement Company, Kcnnclt. Jlis- souri, is no>v creeling the famous Quor.set all-steel buildiiifj for Ihe Hayes Implement Company at the cast end of Walnut Street in Blythcvillo. Call or write Hie Baker rrnplcmcnt Company, Ken- nelt,- JMisso'iri, for information regarding Quonscts BAKER IMPLEMENT COMPANY KcnncH, Missouri Mjnulicliittd by Gnu Uku St»l Car? ['clcirtionc union pickets in Uetroll. .Icinoiii-.UaUin: bufmc gainst the refusal of his daiHintcr, Hiith. a telephone wiind truck, lefl was confi.s-'.i'.cti by police who also arrested Simple, but Effective tin home of company clerk, , , r M S. inn id in lo join the strike. tickets — INEA Telc|)holo>. Rear Admiral James I, Hollo way, Ji\, Siiperinle'ide'ir of the United Slates Naval An.xitt-niy, ha;; i'n- iininicccl that (.10 annual Clnss of" l!l-!8 Football A',vi<.v(l'will l:c presented to Miiijii'.piiri-i William H. Fly nil, Jr., clr^. of 1918A, at tho Awards I'resr ".tn/iuns Ccrrnionies, June Week, 1047. Midshipman Fiynn ^ . . is llic son •>' Mr. Wi!!:a:n H. pioiest Flyn|1 of H . ir]1 , 1&on Tes-as. ibifi-" Union cini u. a. N:ivy photo from ?)EA)j Her Fiance Has a Nice Hobby % Motorists forced to stop along Ihc roadside at night, may be saved from death or injury by Ihe skull-shaped device seen above. The new gadget, demonstrated by Mis. V. Riedcu, of Chicago, is carried folded up ill the cor. Its warning signal is said to be visible 350^ yards in cither ilircclioRt. Paulino Page of Surbiton, England, has a Iricky new aulo, thanks" , 1o Charles Cooper, her fiance, whose hobby is mechanical tinkering. Built in his spare time, the car has a one-piece body which i is lifted, from the rear. Five hp engine can go 70 zhph andj —-«&:, travels C5 miles on a gallon ol

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