The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 15, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 15, 1946
Page 5
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MONDAY, JULY 15, 1946 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Plan to Cut Off Gas Before FPC Federal Agency Plans Review of Proposal By Fuel Corporation. LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 15. , (UP)—Plans or [ne Mississippi River : rucl Corp.. of St. Louis to cut off Us interrimtable gas users In Arkhn: >ias for three or four months this jjVinter will he reviewed by the federal Power Commission. Chin-man Charles c. Wine ol the Arkansas Public Service Comi mission, has been advised of the FPCTs decision following n protest i filed. by the state commission. : The FPC w'ill resume its hearing • July _ 22 in St. Louis on the firm's application last month to enlarge Us pipelines so as to serve more . customers in St. Louis. At the same time the firm proposed to cut off il.s liiterriiptablc customers such ils rice mills, limestone plants and other Industries that have been buying gas at whole- tale rates with the agreement that it, may be cut off during peak Iw.d periods. The sliutoffs heretofore nave lasted only four or five days, t -it the company announced that It must cut off its Arkansas customers during longer periods next Winter in order to serve more S! Louis customers. Gas is distributed in Arkansas through the facilities of the Ai- kansas power and Light Co., and the Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co. Towns affected include Ne"*']>ort\ Newark, Batesville. Joucsboro, Walnut Ridge and some 15 others in Eastern Arkansas. PAO» '* ' ' And Not a Bite to Eat Another of Five Gets Threats As Result of Her Political Aspiration* MEMPHIS. Temi., • July 15. (OP1 Mrs. Lee Richardson, 30-ye»r-okl icther of five nnrt K eanrlUUte'lor overiior of Tennessee, today sliruj- ed off a "threatening" letter «» lie work O f "« crunk, maniac, or llltcrntc." • . :. Mrs, Richardson, a constantlirTnc 'f Polittcnl Leader B .11. Cruinp, lie city administration of licrn- ihis. anrt the government of -Ten- icssec, turned the letter over .to he Federal Uuienu of InvestlKH- lon. No conunciit cnme from-Fed- v ral ngcnts. . The letter, postmarked New York City and tinted July 5, contained cvcrnl ol<l New York ne»spa]>cf Upplngs dealing w llh CommunUm, rnclnl problems, unemployed veter- ins and women In politics.- Residents of North Bergen, N. J., were shocked nnd Indignant when they saw local children playing with farm produce dumped onto tlie ground from freight cars on a skiing. But health authorities explained the foodstuff was conlnminalcil nnd had been condemned. Voters in Two Districts to Go To Polls Tuesday By United Press i With today the last "talking 'My until election." Congressional i^mlidiitcs buckled down tt» bu v i (oday to bring out lethargic voters tor the first Federal Primary tomorrow. Since three-way contests lire limited to two Congressional district:!. the Fifth' and Seventh, the vole'-t or only 19 counties are Interested in the outcome. In the Seventh District, where Ren. Oren Harris of El Dorado H fcnine opposed by his fellow townsmen. Bruce Bennett nnd Paul nercii. all three candidates hnvu full schedules. In the Fifth District, friends "f Hep. Brooks Hays of Little Rock said today he will remain in Wnsli- Ington, until the House adjourns about i Aug. 1. L The two other candidates. Parker Parker of DardancJle and Homer Berry of Mayflower, are ctinipaigr.- tmj actively. - v In the Fourth District, Lee Wlut- tnkcr nnd Fndjo Cravens, both nf Port. Smith, arc campaigning nc- J.lvcly although they will not uc • voted upon until the second Ferl- .cral Primnry Aug. 6. Cravens arrived home from Wnsti^ ington last week and said he would remain in the district until after the election. He was expected to file an answer to charges of income tnx evasion made against littn by the Stale Revenue Department. Franchise Taxes Must Be Paid by July 31 LITTLE ROCK. July 15. (UP1 — Domestic and foreign corporations operating in Arkansas were warned today tiiat their franchise tax is due July 31. Revenue Commissioner otho A. Cook said Hint all accounts delinquent the hist tlay of this month will be turned over to Atty. Gen. Guy Williams for collection. Cook said the department collected ^208,294 in franchise taxes last, year and estimated that the figure will be greater this year. War Deportment Funds Given Okay in House WASHINGTON, July 15. (UP) — 1 he House hns passed and re-i- Memphrans to Act on Harding College Deal , Tarts that could be deciphered read: "Only rrliplnal womrn want to «et In politics. You need a sonit keatlnj. if your husband ilocMVl beat you up, somebody else .should. I. hope the KKK and good men that' c»u find Jobs will net ynur rotten heart.' 1 . Mrs. Richardson said she thought Uic letter mlfcht have been writ leu iji Memphis and then sent to New York for mailing to her. Chamber of commerce and head if a committee of business, men In- 'usIllialliiK the proiwsnl, has cstl- niilcrt the move would cost S6SO.OOO. with $500.000 of tills going into :oiLstriictlon of new buildings. Garrfener Discovers Latgt Siamese Tomatoes • Tomatoes grown In this section are unusually fine this year, due to the recent frequent rains, with some of the fruit developing l-ila odd tmapes, as well as Ittree. Roland Hunt has 1,500 plant:! on the Farmers Gin pruiwrty. Last week lie found a "SlnmoE twin" tomato, both fully devulopcd but growing from a single slt'in. We Kill Your Pests We farnlnh bibtr, equipment, ('out l« for fit* estimate. • With DDT Kliminat* Flien, nuU-rlul tun nomliul— C'»l Roaches, Water butfs,'Moth nnd other Insects. DEAL'S . I'alnt & Wallpaper Store 1*7 '8. Ut St. I 1 hour 46 FARM FOR SALE MEMPHIS. Tcnn., July 15. (Ui A decision on the propo.sed returned lo the Senate compromise I moval of I Inrdini;' college legislation pravUtliiu $7.263.542,400 to operate the War Department during fiscal 1047. „.. from Ark., to Memphis will liu renclictl at „ meeting of local uuci- nc.s.s men today. Edmund Orgill. prcsidcnl of the AJd perminent comfort and good looks to your homt «ilS SLATS-O-WOOD •wnings. Tarloted to fit the design ol your house; they are lasting as the fine wood of which they're made. No rattle, no banging, no "ups and downs" — for tney are built into your hopie lo stay. Without obligation, our designer will give you *n estimate for these custom built awnings. Phone for this tree service. 1L4TX-I DEALS 9 PAINT & WALLPAPER STORE Benjamin Moore Paints Nu-Enamel Paints Announcement- We arc pleased to announce that Mr. J. H. Flowers, who formerly owned and operated the "CITY RADIO REPAIRS", is now in charge of our modern radio repair department. Mr. Flowers cordially invites all his friends and customers to call on him at his new location when in need of expert radio repair service. • Home or Auto Radios Repaired • - Any Make - -Any Mo'del • We Picfcup and Deliver EICH CHEVROLET COMPANY 301 W. Walnut Phone 578 The Iteal Estate Market like .'eyiery thing, is somewhat «n inflated market: .We' have lived In Hlythevillc for many years. We have been Jn the Heal Estate & Insurance business the very K renter part of that Hme. We have sold farm lands at-low price.s and at higher prices. We do not believe that farms are worth what vome arc asking and we do: not want to of f er u farm for sale that the production income will not justify (he price asked for name. Therefore the farms which we accept for sale arc not very'much inflated and we can show you thai with' good farming nnrt good farm management these lands will yield an income far more than twice the money interest rate at the present time. • If you want to sell and your price is right, you will (I well to give us .yodr IWih K : If you want to buy — well look over this Iret and phone .TiBl or come in and se« us, We will be B Tad to show you and tell you what little we; know about farm lands. sronnARD 320 ncrcs, 200 acres'open. ;3 .sets,of improvement Ncnr Bell City-price, S14;000.00; with S3.000.00 cash, balimca on low Interest loan. ', - •• '-, > ; .• \Y.I*-" 200 acres near Canalqij; 8-sets of Improvements -fine Little River land, gravel road, 1< Wile from .town, bu.«, post office nnd school. Wlll.produqc 1«. ; bales of cotton per acre, other crops In same proportion. Price $125.00. i«r acre. 200 ncrcs, 2 sets of Improvements,-'close to 3 towns on good roncls, ','• mile to church nnd school. Elcptrlcity, mall route This is really A good combination firm. Pine stocx farm nnd priced at: $110.00 per acre. You shoilld sec this farm. 320 acres, 7 miles Southwest from Dexter.; Good home with electricity, good road and'mall route. $45.00 p=r acre, 353 acres. Tills Is ypur^ dream. ComblnRtion stock fnrm All slightly rolling. 2 miles frdrrt court-house In Bioomfleld Missouri, on U, S. Highway 25. Onfc 4 room house. Several large springs .and spring bran6?5es flowing t.hi'ouKh the farm. Is growing alfalfa as we}!'l other kinds of crops One mnin house, 3 largo'barn*'.and all under woven wire fence. Cheap taxes and convenient 16 market. Surely one of the best buys for,only |16;<)00,09, W^h half'cash If you want to produce good'cattle cheap/don't miss this. PEMISCOT COt/NTY, .'•'.. ' IK5 acres, 6 miles North west'from.Steel*, gravel road on 2 sides and proposed road oh 'West .'side., 31 houses nnrt 20 barns, with electricity; mnil route lihd,,Mhool bus. This is a very fine type of so(l of .sandy' loam: W|ll produce l'-i bales of cotton per acre most any year:Pays irriorc'trian $21 00000 rent KI cfop rent basis. Price: $162,500.00,-Rents 30 to purchaser this year If sold soon. 14 cash with'15 years for tal- nnce at 4(i % interest. This is a good Investment and will yield better than 15% at prevailing prices. 495. ncrcs, near Sleele, gravel road-.and mall and school bus route. Good sandy loam soil.'* sets of Improvements. Price: $150.00 per acre. With rents to purchaser if bouBhl soon. 4 stand gin in Holland .with 41 acre farm..This gin hns been ginning about 3,000 bales each season. Will sell land and gin for 118,000.00, or the gin without the land for $11 000.00. This Is certainly cheap at the price. 40 acres, 35 acres In cultivation, 3 room house nnd barn. 2',-J miles of Pascoja. on gravel road with school bus nnd electricity. A very fine type of black mixed soil. Price $12500 per acre. Also 80 acres with 65 acres open, near the nbovc 40. Has one house and barn. This Is really excellent land Price $125.00 per acre. niJNKUN COUNT* 40 acres, good house nnd bam. t miles West of Holland Price with crop rent, $125.00 per a'Cre. 40 acres, 16 open. With sninll shack on It and gravel road. 12 miles from Blythevlllc. Price $2iOO.Op, $1000.00 cnsh, balance on terms. 140 ncrcs, 2'i miles Southeast from Kcnnclt. Tills is R very rich land fnrm, It has produced more than 2 bales of cotton per acre. Hns &0.acres of cotton this ycnr balance In beans. Rents go (o purchaser If sold soon. $10 MX) will handle the deal. This Is a gra'nd Investment at $24,500 00. MISSISSIPFI COUNTY 270 acres, 4 mlics East of Lcpanto. 3 sets of Improvements. All open land, well drained, on gravel road, high line nnd school bus route. A very heavy type of sandy loam soil very high in production. $115.00 per acre. Including this year's rents. $10.000.00 cnsh will handle this deal with low Interest rates for the balance. ...40 acres, near Tomnlo, all In cultivation, subject to over- How. Very high producing Innd, for $2800.00 cash. 80 acres, Northeast of Armorel, *ith 2 sets of Improvements, cypress land all In cultivation, $115.00 per acre, with $3,000.00 cash, terms for balance. Farm land loans, 10, 15, & 20 years*, 4% interest. For any further information, contact W. M. BURNS, Realtor 115 North 2nd St., felytheville, ArfcaSMuv* rh«K SMI Arkansas Takes Stock at the HALF-WAY MARK Nearly 2 Eventful Years Past» 2 Critical Years Ahead and Here's the Verdict: BEN LANEY is the MAN who BEN LANEY LEFT ° GAVE Arkansas * busineii administration! TOO If L Hl * hwa " bepartment out of politics and appointed * 28-man 1 ^^«» honorary committee, to study problems of highway miintensnctt and construction in order to create a 10-year "pay-as-you-co" Hifhwav and Road program! . i McRao Tuberculosis Sanitarium, new under construe- ADDED tion! I FVIFD 38c a Kalton tax on "I" 0 ' '<" benefit of lirettock industry and TO• ••Wlfai^ cational education! postwar road building program and will use all federal matching moneys during 3-year allocation period. Already let a larger percentage of contracts to total volume of 1946 program, than _ four of our bordering states! 4^ DC A TEPl <ll<! Nil(il> ""l 1 .v ucclaimuil Revenue Stuulli/ation 1-w pcr- WlVCM I CU milliii!; lu|tii(luti(m of $8<ll>,<r<)0.00 in Non-Highway lionddl Inilclili-dncss nnd improving slalc financial structure of _ its inslitiilions. DOUBLED REDUCED the reduction in State Homestead Taxes! State Inheritance Taxes I >he Bureau of R"«"ch at the University of Arkansas for ag«i- cultural and industrial research to aid in the development of the State! State Ald fo Vo "t'<»"' Education since 1944-45, enabling this program to be extended to 77 local community centers previously danitd these services! in obt ' inin ( 'or Arkansas the best and most favorable publicity in the state's history I fundl *° conltr " cf ind "»'rial school building for Ne-r« jddition » l Knit at State Hospital, Benton, to jccommodate 400 additional inmates and help relieve an intolerable eon- dition. (Under construction) I . PROVIDED for the gradual elimination of ad valorum taxes! ncw classroo '>> building (now under construction) at Si lie University, FayetteViMe! _ . _ • , ncw dormitory for girls for University of Arkansas, Fay* ctteville. (Contract already awarded)! _ ABOLISHED fiV * inactire ind unnecessary State Boards! Sfatc 3id to Ioc »' sehooli by over SIX MILLION DOLLARS more than in 1944-45 through (avings, economic* and proper allocation of funds, under his Staliliiatlon plan! coll ' eted ' in modern ELIMINATED "death-trap" condition through fire-proofing of dormitory at State School for Deaf! in "^blishing Arkansas Highway Bonds on New York legal list, enhancing values! MA I KIT A I MC.T> Welfare payments . . . only six other states pay MORI • yl< ^"^ • «y^ll^.Wl«f on basis of per capita income! ^UC A nCn and co-operated in a vast program of industrial nCMl/CU development which has been a factor in e*tab- lishing several hundred new industries and tl.** _ expansion of hundreds of others in Arkansas! INAUGURATED the PCl ' Cy ° f " n °- lh » ke - <Jown " of rt » te employes! n ' ne Boards and Commissions into the State Board of Fiscal Control! a " *«">urces and Conservation agencies Into ONE department, the effective Arkansas Re. sources and Development Commission! Here Is the Proof Tftcf Arkansas Will \ Continue fo Go Forward With \ BEN LANEY Governor —Pollllral AJvultMiMJII.

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