The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 19, 1947
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THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1917 BIATHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS if on 'S Wc5th6r Spends ^2. Hours Locked in Icebox Ideal lor Crops Crop Outlook Remains Good;.Harvesting of Several Is Underway By United I'rcss •Aideit l)\; idem weather for I lie week ending Tuesday, Arkansas er s iiave caught ii|> with co:,/ c.hoi»]>ini!. cultivating and Jt'.!? row crops, according lo I lie Arkansas Weekly Weather mrl Crop Bulletin. The mean temperature for tiie week was 74/7 degrees, and rainfall averaged 25 of an inch. Raiu- fall ranged from 150 inches at Harrison to none at .several Soii- Ihcrn stations. Showers fell on as insiiiv as four days dining the week at Northwestern stations. Crops now are growing fast, al- Ihoitgh surface soil moisnre is 'tins; short, especially in a mnno<n- of Southern comities and on bill lands. Most of the stale showrrs to aid in gerniinatini; Into- planlerl croi; s and lo movide id-;il conditions for cultivation ;>n,i development of early-planted crops. The crr.p onllock at. a pl.ince: ! Cotton looks better following twi| weeks of weather which permitlt',1 nlmost steady Held work. Most of the acreiiKc has been chopped, cleaned of (jrass and cultivated. Tile first real growth of the season took place in the past K) day. s as long- Building Authorized by State Legislature to Get Underway John Tome, lefl, examines thu abandoned icebox in an empty lot next lo his home in Milwaukee, Wis.. in which his ID-year-old brother, Kobeit, riijhl, was trapped lor 22 hours, Robert climbed in lo tee wlinl Ibe inside of an icebox looked like, and the door locked behind him. He was freed when his father, Lurcnz, searching lor the boy, happened In open the box. ( delayed cotton weather finally ar- I riven. Some Oirly-planted ration in Southern counties is stmarinf: and blooming, but most of the crop rarws Ironi two lo cie,ht, inclu'S in heicht. A small amount still heiuj; planted and some just up. are up In most areas. A majoi i::n>tion ot the acreage has been ; liouded once, r.ojne for the .second t lime. Grass is prevalent in some eariy-pianted lieltis because: ol cot,i. in 1.1 vvoatlu'L' an ( i showers at and hn- com-1 mediately after planting time. ! Corn is b"Uinnin^ lo need rain ' !!>' ItOll IllUHVN U'nilixl rivss Staff Correspondent) l.rrn.K ROCK. Ark, June 10. (Ul'i —The first dellutte move lo- ivnrd conslriietlon of a building an- thorl/cd by (he 1!H7 lei'.lslalnre wa-s revealed here yesterday by Hie Ark- insas Workmen's Compcnstillon, Conunlssion. Followinc iieMnil of Ihc I.ltllc Rock KnuliiK Hoard of Adjus!- ment last ntalu. me commission announced' Hial I here would be no "undue delay" In KtnrtliiK work on a downtown oific<- bnitdhitf. The Zonlnn Hoard approved the site at Ihc Norlhi'asl corner of .Kasl ICI^h and Cumberland Slrc'Hs. Cointnlsslon chuirmiui Have Peel snid arcliltects are working on plnus and Hint Hie S159.0UO stnicluro will be slafted n.s soon as possible. Meanwhile, piacllenlly all other eoiiKlrucllcni niilhoi l/.ed by the lust General Assembly is in Hie fonn'i- tlve .stiiixe. Mxeeplions are the eom- plolion of ii iHiildin:; at Iho McHae Memorial Hanalorlimi anil llrc- prooflnR of bulldlni;s at the Arkansas fk-hool [or the Heal' In LHIle Hock. Ktaln Ki!iii'»llr>ii Conntilssloner Halph II. Jones said Ihal, a proiws- ed $' oflice buildlnK on the I eapllol i;vcmuls will be delayed Indefinitely cf hlfjh construe- lypes o( iirsl control worK uy tht! | Arkunsiis I'lanl Hoard. The Certified Termite Service .s licensed to do wolk In Ihe evteuin- nation of sever*! hoiiscnold puts. Includlnx roaclies mid rodents, he "aid, mid now offers mich serVco. Mr Wtills lias been doing te.-jinte control work here for MOM a «nd Is a member of tb loitncd Arkantu It* Ogatiit tar, toclatlon. ' » lltlliii; plnns for the lour dlslrl shows in pine Bluft, Foil Smith, ""I"' uiul Hlythevlllc also nwnll ap- l>rovnl of the board of »25,000 ap- i'l'ilidbns. 1'lans for (he $1,000,000 memorial stadium linvc progressed lo Hie point where tentative Utds by ellles ""' lielnn sought prior to June 21 asl Saturday the governor named a commemorative commission to nave clmi'KC of repairs at the War Meinorliil HulldliiB In I'll He Dock. Construction at stale-sup[)oil"d schools under approprlatioiiK l>y iho 10-17 IcRisliilme, has,not gotten underway, according to. stute Comptroller John Trnempcr. H* pointed out. however, thnl tile Arkmms Siinrenie Court hns unproved n plan under which Ihe University of Arkansas trustees can Issue revenue bonds for two dormitories at otlevllle. Rice prospects continue, favorable. I in most areas, although lillle or >v>. The crop seeded considerably earlier than lasl year, and good stands Mrs. Jessica Mae Hague % and C. Raymond Van Horn Owners of Sycamore House . . . invite you lo meet Mario Gypsy from II :i. m. ti! 2 p. m. and lot her (oil your p;isl, ]>re;;cnl. ;ui(i i'ulnvc while you enjoy your lunch. There's no ex Ira charge ami you'll have a wonder i'ti! time with this new enlcvlainmctit. living yoin- friciuls tomorrow! 2nd Curve at State Line arlual damage ha. s occurred so far. Nothing ] ms been done about Much old corn now is rci-eivnm lUs oiiUdlni; a (jovernors mansion, and last cultivation. SDIIIC ot the earlier | I )1: " 1K a'.udl Die iiamlnR ot n'man- are about ready to sl "n ei)inmls»loii by Gov. lien f,an- tnsscl. Much corn Is i]|) to Ifct iji height. Sonic lutc-pbintpd is just cominK «p. A great still rciuaiu.s to bo phnitccl in the lowor Arkansas Valley. Soyhcan.s are Kucc-hluli In carly- lilantcd fintd.s and coniiiif; alont; nic'i'ly. Later fiekls arc being cultivated, and sonic iilsinting coiHi.i- ues. Hay pror.pTCt-s conlinuc promisiiiR. Ruqs Cleaned Safely! Catelid handling itifc^unul,-; color and textures. Have them cleaned while you're viCHtioniii£. Complete reslzing. V/ork guaranteed! PEERLESS CLEANERS tlfi Ho. rmnhlin Thinic U131 Tbe nourd o[ Control of the Stnlc llo,st:ilal Jor Ncivcm.s ni.'icnscs v.'lll ironsUler ron.struciUm plnns at 1W next iiirctliip: In Little flock, July 0. The Ir^tsliiluiT earmarked 52,- OOn.OCn for baspllal eonstrucllon. A Kpcoiid bnspllal projcel, the Mnnoritil IIti5i>ila| adjucont lo tl>r University of Arkansas Merticnl Ecbnni. ;uvalls aelion by llic Unl- vi-rsilv nonrd In I.ittlc nock ^i".t Monday. The new Institution lias been Ihe Cftiler of much controversy nftor (lie Veterans Admlnlslrn- tion Indicated It. preferred to build Us proposed $H.O:D.IWO hospltnl as nnar as possible to Ihc medical school. The Sln'.c I'Mscul Control Honrd \vili mcot hore next Tn"Pday to let ronti-jio^.s ftir four or five permanent buildings for the state livestock showgrounds In Little Rock. 19 to Lose Jobs In State Revenue Department Cut I'lTl'LE ROCK. Ark.. June In njpi-.AI, least in employes of iln Slate Revenue Department wil lose ilirlr job s on July I, it w:i. Kdi;ar Richardson, assistant rev enue commissioner In charm' personnel, snltt he hud mailed le', tm ol termination lo 14 employe* ebieflv clerical heln in the au'o mobile license division. lie r nld the employes were lifted 1.1ml they would not be need ed after July 1. the dale Ihe rie- parlinent's new appropriation K,>I>.-> into effect. He sal,| It W ns necri- snrv lo cut the stuff to meet the revised budget. The five oilier employes who will co out with the end of Ihe fiscal venr :. 1T , | n the Lionor Invest!R;I- tlon Department which was abolished by the Sflth General Awmb- Iv. nevemie Commissioner Otlio A Cook ha s said lie knows of no wiy he cnn keep the InvesllRntltiK <li- paitnienl In operation. SAVE $10 PER ACRE On Cotton Chopping By Using A 2 -Much Oiirly h;iy of i;nod qnwUty hi's b?en j)iil up llui Uvo weeks. 'i'lic sinull p,rnin harvest Is hi full swinu over nuinli of tin: slsite. O-it yields .show wide vavJ;Uk)ii. tin* O'op heius; only f^lv ill Jn'uiy lornlitirs. l)?ttcr In others. Siuip iH'iins, r.iicutnljcr.s and po- laloc.s nrn bclnt? harvested In CCLI- •tnsl iuul Southern :irpi\.s. Oi'con wri>p tomnloc.s are betnK 1 haivrstetl in South Arkansas. Tho boysonbrrry luirvcst is near-. iiii: its peak. Ponchos Lonl hnie lo prniniso n 1 Irirpc yield of "gond ciuuliLy fruiK | The liiirvtiHt of c;ir)y varieties wit! l>ni:1n soon. Termite Control Concern Meets State Requirement *.rV' C ' WnII - q - opcrnipr of Uir Cc-- ifled Tcnniln Service, 1704 1 learn. umiiv announced that }\c lias ro cnntly been aimllflctl ror cci-;; ( n Flame Cultivator ROW $395.00 4 ROW $610.00 THEY LAST! BARKSDALE MFG. CO. South Broadway Street Blythovilla, Ark. New Shipment of SLACKS (with Pleats) New Shipment of TROUSERS (without Pleats) In all Shades, in the New Gulf Stream Tropical at the Location Where You Got Better Cleaning - in 8 hours CHROME AND PORCELAIN Dinette Special WHILE THEY LASTI...AO 88 HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER . TAILOR 320 West Main St. Blvtheville, Ark.. Phone 2612 Il's onlMnndin;.; in ilincllc l^c.iuty niul ntilily nrid priced phenomenally- low al \VanW Il's mn'ilrm in slylinp . . . practical in ilesifjn and sturdy iti consli iniion! Smiilaiy while porcelain enamel lop is easy lo clean . . . heal and slain-resislant . . . has nt tractive decoration! Tahlc legs and cliair frames in rusl-rcsisling chronic plalc! Artificial leather upholstery is washable. Seats have iuncr l\o-Sag spring construction for greater comfort. 40x25-inch table opens lo '10.vl5-in. with side rcfcclory leaves. Cutlery drawer. ON TERMS! $7 A MONTH AFTER DOWN PAYMENTI

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