The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 4, 1947
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PAGE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1047 Weather Hinders State's Farmers Lew Temperatures And Too Much Rain Holding Crops Back 'President Truman Calling . I (By United I'ress) Clear, dry weather Is nccdcd_ln Arkansas to enable growers to work out their cotton, corn and other row crops, the Arkansas crop reporting service said today. Most of the crops are very weedy. And said the report, although considerable field work was done during the week ending yesterday, dry weather would be favorable for maturing and harvesting small grain us well as saving, early liny crops. Cotton chopping was under *'ay generally last week and fair progress was mnde. Additional hoe hands are needed in many eastern counties where-grass Is getting n- Uead or cotton in some fields. More work than usual Is required to clean out grass. Wet weather lias also intcrterred with this work, i With favorable weather, growers]would still be able to save practically all of the acreage. Cotton is making fair growtli despite too much moisture and some cool nights. Seeding of rice is almost complete. Most of the acreage has good stands and has been Hooded. Some of the earliest fields have been • drained. ' '• Early corn Is making good growth I except in low spots where excessive 1 , moisture has not been conducive,' to favorable development. Also, some fields are very grassy inul have not had adequate 'cultivation. Planting of Into bottom land will be further delayed by recent heavy rains. Soybeans arc making satisfactory growth in most nreas, but need cultivation. A few fields of onts in-the southeast; were harvested during Hie : week, but sombinliig probably will not bo under way until about June 10. 'Prospects vary widely. Some fields are very good while otlicts have uoor stands, a large growth of cheat, and considerable smut. Oth, er small grains arc fnlr to good. A considerable acreage is being cut for hay, but rains have mude it difficult to obtain good quality hay. « dement. 1 ; of nny of the above (.'.slulcs arc hereby warned to -file exception.; llicrclo. rj any have they, on or before the Klxtlclh clay following filliiK or the respective accounts, failing which they will be barred forever from excein- inH lo Ihc unmounts. Witness my Imml a s Clerk ami Ihc seal of said Court this 3rd day of June, lOW. Elizibelli Elytlie County ami Probate Cleik islratlon issued to Cecil Thunnan of Blytlit'Vllle, Arkansas on May 10. 1947. No. i739. Estate of Albert E. Ben- ' nelt, deceased. Letters of Administration issued to Mrs. Willie L,. EeiMiett, of Dell, Arkansas on May : 24, 1S47. Witness my hand as such Clerk and the .seal of said Court this Ihe 3nl day Of June, 1947. Elizabeth Blythe County and Probate Clerk Ni:W ESTATES OV WHICH ADMIVISTKATION HAS BEEN COMMKNCKI) 'Notice is hereby given that the following is ;i Ijst of estates of deceased persons upon which letters tcstamenlm';: or of adjnlnistration were granted during tlic month at M«y, 1047 with the date of the granting of such tetters and the name iind address of the executor or administrator: No. nSC. Estate of John Benson, deceased. Letters of Administration Issued to Neal Heuson, or Manila, Arkansas on May 0, 1M7. o. 1797. Estate of Ruby Jewel Davis, deceased. Letters of Admln- slra^ion issued lo Joseph E. Davis of Manila, Arkansas on May 1U 1947. No. 1708. Estate of Vennic Thur- nian. ilcccascd. Letters of Admin- Army TVSgl William II. Brown, WnslilnBlon, D. C'., operates the SiR Corps .switchboard set up In Kansas City, Mo., lo connect tlu- White House in Washington with President Truman at his citinrters In Ihe Ifnlcl Muehlebach. Kansas City, or his mot tier's home lit Gnmclvlew. INEA Tclepholo.) •NOTICE Two Added to List Of Injured in Pine Bluff Storm Area PINE BLUFfcVArK., June 4.,(UP)' .—The death' toll in Sunday's tornado which devastated rural nrous near here remained slatic at 35 today but two additional nTfStiss were added to the list of injured. Carl J. Jordan, 8-year-old Negro boy, wns brought to the Davis Hospital late yesterday after .bcm^ found pinned beneath ' limbers of his rural home. The youngster, who' was painfully burned, nun^ gry and suffering from shock, remained in the hospital today. His mother, who told a confused slo.-y of the hftuse i»fchlng fire when i: blew.'from its 1 foundation, wns rc- leased after receiving first aid. Hospital officials said thai the> have 40 persons under doctors' carp and listed three as In critical condition. Among those on the crificnl - Is E. C. Horton, 34-year-old farmer who lost two children in the skip twister which swept through tilt area. Horton and his wife nn< daughter, Mary Katherine, wcr unable lo attend today's fmiern services for the other youngsters. It has been found .that' sounc teeth contain much more molyb .denum than decayed teeth. Notice is hereby (>iveii that ilie undersigned will within Ihe time fixed by law "apply lu the Conmii.s- iioncr of Revenue,'; of the Suite of of Atk:>nsas for a permit to se!l beer nt retail at H'.vy. 01 South. Blj'lhevillc, Arkansas. Mississippi County. The undersigned stales that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good nio:'- al character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the. undersigned has been revoked within !flve years last past; and th.U the undersigned has never be~'n convicted of violating the laws this staff, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liq- Iuors. H. D. Baker ubsc-rlb'Jd and sworn to before me nis 3rd day of June. 1947. Elizabeth Mason SEAL) Notary Public My Commission expires 4-28-50. settlement and confirmation in fh Probate Court for the Chickasnwba District of Mississippi County, Ar kansas and flint siisli accounts will Ihrir respective tiling dates are n: follows: No, 1115 Estate of M. E. Staudcn inayer. deceased. Final sclllemnn of I.'.'lia Standcnmayer, cxecutri: filed May !>, hW-- No. 1751. Kstnte of Phoebe . •Boncy, deceased. Final scltlcmen of Lou C, SheUlcsworlh. Admlnls tralrix filed M«y 0, 10-17. No. 1701. Estate o't M. 11. HcW:i son. deceased. Fimil settlement < Elizabeth Robinson, Executrix file May D, 1847. >No. 1717. Estate of Kathryn Ki uf sell, deceased. First and final set tleinciit of Mary C. Moore, Admlr Istralrix filed May 0, 1941. lAll pi'iT'Ons interested in the scl- Announcing S 'C 3 ELECTRIC SHOP • House Wiring • Farm Wiring • Repairs Phone 2397 500 North Stli Street Bob Powell T. W, 'Hop' Neil All Work Guaranteed Your Business Appreciated Still & Young MOTOR COMPANV Lincoln-Mercury Dealer - 112 \V. Walnut ' 1'llulK 3179 Blytlievllle, Ark. : or ACCOUS'TS Or I.XKCUTOKS ANI> TK.VTOliS I'lI.El) Notice is hereby yivcu thul dur- ng the mouth of May. 1047 the ollowlng accounts ol Executors and Administrators have been filed for UNBLOCK: And Stop Dosing Your Slomach With Soda and Alknlizere Don't cxp«t Lo scl real rcltcf Croni henilarlic, sour etomach, gas and Lroalh by Ia1i1ri« Bodn am) otliw »\kn.Ui«ft i! Vl\c Irue c;\us« ot your Iroublu It cun^tipalion. In this ens*?, your real trouble is ntit In ttii> stomach nt. all. Hut in the irUr*Unal Irtct u-hcie S0%o( your food isdittr.iti^!- And when the lower part gcta blocked food mny [nil lo digest properly. what you want lor ronl rdiof is nome- thinj; to "unblock" your tower int(>.-ttirtnl irurt. SomcthiTiR to clean U tmt cfloclivply—help Nature «ct back on hor («1. Oct Ctirtcr*a 1'ilta ri«lit now. Tafce; as Ul- rcctwl. Tliey gently nnil t-EIwtivcly "imblork" vour ilicratlve Iracl. This |H'rmIt.s nil S of Nature's own dijjcallvc jiilrta (u mix lietU-r with your (oml. You KCl (H-TIHMIB ri-liof from indigestion B« you can fri>l rt^Uy j-itoil annin. Buy CnrterV Pilla totlny- "llnbtotrk" your latcetlniil tract (or real rcliel (roia intligcstion. \ THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY ONLY EVERY ITEM SHARPLY REDUCED' NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS QUANTITIES LIMITED; HURRY IN! Prices Out! • Almost every hour in the day you wilt fmrl a good use for the "Jc«p" as a truck, light tractor, runabout or mobile power unit. With its mighty Willys-Overland "Jeep" Engine and powerful 4-whccl-ilrive, you can go most anywhere in a v jcep," on or off the road ... in fair weather or in Coul. Get a "Jeep" on the job. It will pull plows, harrows, seeders, mowers; tow 5,500-Ib. trailed payloads; haul 800 Ibs. The "Jeep"- will carry men and tools Across town or to hard-to-get-at places in a jilTy. Wherever it goes, its power takc-ofif is ready to run your machinery right on the job. Come and see what the amazingly versatile 4-purpose !< Jeep" can do for you. x 5fE THF flfGHlT 'JEEP' AT POOLE MOTOR COMPANY »•'.---• ELLIS POOLE, Owner and Operator (Sucocssor to Holly Motor Co.) Sttclc, Mo. Phone 49 RiVERSIDE FIRST QUALITY! Former Price 14.80 6.00-/6 fed. Tax Extra Liberal Trade-in Allowance Site 1.40/4.50-21 4. 75/5. OO- 19 5.2i/5.50-18 5.25/5.50-17 6.00-16 6.25/6.50-16 7.00-15 7.0O-16 rtic. Tiro' $11.45 11.45 12.45 12.80 12.95 15.70 17.4O j 17.80 rrio Tufce* L $2.25 2.35 ! 2.65 \ 2.65 I 2.95 ' 3.35 3.45 3.50 , *Mvt F*d*ral Tax Now! You Ou.ilily liivc »<•»• lni\- pric your money sufi'ty, longr i buy \VarJs First <iilo Tires al these s! You got more for ilh Kivorsiiics, more life! So drive lo REDUCED FOR THIS EVENT . . . OUR OWN BLOOMER GIRl SUIT rfy 7. it For three days only . . ; \Ynrdsiiewesl tiling under tli'c sun, the Bloomer Girl sujl, a| a real price saving! You'll love, its coolness ami its'cxtru, comfort, too. lleil, t)lun check cotton. Suiull, medium. *M GAY AND COI.ORFUL TOWELS BY "CANNON" 57 c «.e, frk* tic I rfisli-IooKing cotton terry liatli towels. Smart plaids, pn.slcls and while witli colorful borders. $1.50 a Week Buys Four 6.00-16 Tires! \\\inls now. Get Riversides al Hi'duccd 1'riccs! Get txlra savings by trading in your old tires'. TIRE RECAPPING AT WARDS Voiu smooth tires are KKCAIM'KD ivilh lioncst care al Wauls. Lei \\ardrf recap llicml SAIE1 FIELD CAMP JOO 2 39 *«,. 3.9t Wards NEW 1-galton jug. I'laslicpoiir-spout ca|)|ire- vcnls spilling. Keeps liquids luH or cold longer. *

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