The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
Page 7
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1949 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Liquor Permits To Be Restricted Revenue Commissioner Places Number on Population Basis LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Oct. «. <AP) —Revenue Commissioner Dean Morley yesterday Issued a regulation setting up a maximum for retail liquor stores based on population. The regulation provides that not mote than one permit shall be is- siiert for each 2,50 population or major fraction in any county. The determination will . be the last regular or special federal cell sus taken in the county. Renewal or transfers of present permits ar not affected. Morley first announc g|!d plans for such a regulation in Wipcech at Fort Smith. He stressed today that the rcgu lalion docs not mean that eac county will have the maximiu number of liquor stores it migl have' vlnder the population formu! lie said that he does not plan t revoke merely because of the popi latlon county any licenses now I • existence. However, if any permit revoked for other cause or volui larily surrendered In such a com ty It wilt not be renewed. Morley said on the'other hand has no Intention of issuing add tional permits merely because county has fewer licenses than i quota. The possible maximum and t Missouri Cotton Group is Active Association Discloses Part it Played in Seed Support Plan nounced, Ronnie F. O'rcenwcll. Executive Vice-Presldent o! tlie Missouri Group, staled that the Association tias been working on cottonseed price support plans since its organization. "As soon as we saw that the Government's loan plan was unworkable lor a majority ot Missouri farmers, the Association led the fight 'or a direct purchase plan such as has been adopted," he said. Kiwaniant Participate In Observance of POHTAGEV1LLE, Mo., Oct. «.— The new developments In Washington in the federal government's .1.1 movement to originate a workable I Nat I, Newspaper Week cottonseed price support plan today brought tovth a disclosure by the | j. \,. Veihoeff, editor of the Couv- Missourl Cotton Producers Associa- I | er flews, sjwke to llic Klwnnte Club lion of their activities In this pro- pie ent'numbcr of licenses by counties include (first column, possibe maximum; second column, existing PC kr^,«as ten. ten; Garland *, M Greene 12- 8. Jefferson 26, 27, M.llel 13.28; MLwtSiPPi 32 41, Ouachlta 12, 12; Phillips 18 2o Pu- Iflski e> 153' St, Francis 14, 14; Se£&»»•»,«; Union 20, 19; Washington 16, 12. I'UMISCOT FAIR TUOrlllES—Miss Jacquclj'n Watkins, of Caruthersville. is shown with trophies which will be awarded winners In the horse races at the American Legion Pair, in Caruthersville this week. Miss Watkins, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Chick Walkins. is a lair Board worker. Children's Day at the fair, originally scheduled to be held yesterday will be tomorrow when children will be admitted tree and prices on rides will drop to nine cents. gram. The organization has Its ieadc|iiarlets at Portagcville. The plan adopted Tuesday by the Department of Agriculture calls for the immediate purchase by (he Government of surplus cottonseed at a base price of $46.50 per "ton at the gin, with $3 per ton going to gins for transportation and other services. This move was taken to bolster sagging cottonseed prices paid to farmers, 1'lan Unworkable The first plan tried by the Department invplved loans direct to farmers on farm stored seed, at a rate of $49.50 per ton. The seed, however, could not become eligible for the loan ,u«tll Its moisture con- ent dropped to 11 per cent. This plan has been found almost unworkable, especially in Missouri, where few farmers have proper facilities for storing the seed on their farms, and fewer can wait until the moisture content drops In order to qualify for a loan. Tlie Department of Agriculture, however, is keeping the loan plan In effect and urges farmers to use It whenever they can. The direct cottonseed purchase plan is being used as an emergency measure for this year only, the Department an- mcmboii yasterday as a. part of the ub's observance of National Newspaper Week. prior to his address nominating .cams were appointed by Prcslden O. E. Knudsen, and they will re ;>ort on October 19 with nominee.. for next years officers. Municipal Judge Graham, Sudbur) ^ chairman of team No. 1, and Jin Cleveland Is chairman of team No 2. Rosco Crafton, Harry Bogan an W. C. Gates are other members o team No. 1; and Dr. Milton Webb Gerald Robson and W. D. Tommey re others on team No. J. The Kiwaiilam, In cooperation] 1th Hie Ministerial Alliance's ob- ervancc of "Church Loyalty lonth" distributed "Meet Me in Cluirch Sunday" slickers and look » ensus o( the members to deter- niiie the number actively engaued n church work. Tlie club leaders also urged members io "Gel. Out and Vote" on Oc- obcr 11, when a $200.000 hospital bond Issue will be decided. O. B. Hays, Thomas Stone, Bob Black and Mr. Verhoef! were guests ol the club. ^ —«a^g.^^^^——^"ag*< NEW Bui Opens Week Uayt 7:IM p.m. Matinee Saturday & Suiidaji Mat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont Showing Manila, Ark. Shows tVFKV MUHr Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights When disorder «f VHnfr fond Ion MrmlU .poisonous nutter to remain In jour blood, . It may cause nmreini backache, rheumatic pains, leu rains, losi of p«p «nd energy, gel- line up nlshls. nwelllnl. puffinws under the eves, headlines »"J dlizinesj. t recent or scanty naisaees with smarting and burning sometimes show* there is *otu«tnl»* wrong «HhyourkUney»orUa<!Jer. Don't wall I A«k your drusslst for Doan » Pilln, a sllmulanl dlurclie. uied successfully by millions for over 60 years. Doan a «i«e hawiy relief and will help the IB nillea ol VIrfncy tubes flush out poisonouavasLcfrom rour blood- Get Doan'a Piila, Last Time Today "YOUR MY EVERYTHING" with Dan Dallcy mil Anne Baxter Also Shorts Friday "JAMBOREE" Kith Ernest Tubln Also Shorts i DAYSONLY-FRI.&SAT. , STRIAMLINED WINFIilO 1 1 I 1. BALL POINT PEN • WITH A 10 TIAI WKITTiN SlKVICl POLICY WKITM TO 1 YIARS WITHOUT RirlLLIN* ou[X>» snd only M< «ntlllt. b..r.r Io ch. t.i Saturday "WYOMING BANDIT" with Allen I.ane Also Shorts Unusual Gifts Distinctive Curtains See Them at the Linen & Curtain Shop ">2 So. First rhune XII BONDED RADIO REPAIR For the first time in Bly- I he vi lie, we offer yen BONDED RADIO REPAIR SERVICE. Every job bonded by an indemnity rom- pany which stands behind our guarantees. WHY TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST? Piano Tuning AND REPAIR We use (he famous STRO- BOCONN in our tuning service. WHY TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST? PIANOS NEW AND USED MUSIC INSTRUMENTS- SHEET MUSIC- RECORDS Everything in Music BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 E. Main TeL 811 «riUrB ftlled'l^ «atr». Hujry I I Kirby Bros. Drug Store, Blylheville Hat/ess Men ?ln for Some ^Rough Days ff r BT Saul Pelt % NEW YORK -OT- This Is trough week for us men who don t ' ^f^l Saturday, it we make Ik that ' long we'll probably '"' "" im ^'"YOU see. the people who make ,<: tnd sell hats sold only about TO,000000 hate last year lor abou "1*250 000,000 and this year thes *v.aaW like to make and sell mor '^So o o-o-o-o— This is National Hat Week. An Intensive campaign to eliminate the hatless man Is being waged in some 500 cities by 'more than 9000 hat retailers and 135 manufacturers. The industry calls Uns tthe greatest promotional campaign I -" tin its history. • "~ There are or will be more ads the papers and more comer: „„] on the air about men's hats than ever before. On television, they're sending fashion shows and one clinical program which takes a hat apart and shows how its ""ra'shlon shows with live models are planned by department stores in Chicago, Washlonton, Richmond and many other cities. On the air, here Is talk about the "importance ,ts in the history of freedom! when Greek slaves became l'>'ftee they wore ft felt hat as the '}'" , 1 ?Ipre rt t'cUnt Truman. Danbury, Conn ithe "Hat Capitol of the Country, ha special plans, too. In Albany k,N Y a man-on-the-strect broad I -%caiter is giving away, hats fo 13/eorrect answers about hats. In Phil IJ ! »delphIa and New Britain, Conn iretty models ' and beauty queen nil circulate in the .streets award fflng -free hat certificates to th *"lje t hatted men." %* And in New York, lip and oow '•^SO blocks of Fifth Avenue, th i stores are showing hats worn b -vaiious great men in the past 20 >C3T5 ^YTHEVILLE Wednesday, Oct. ( FAIR GROUNDS Plenty Free Parking 26 THE WORLD ITS FIELD ITS TRIUMPHS REACH BEYOND THE SEAS1 THE COLOSSUS OF ALL AMUSEMENTS « 000 WONDERS FILL- C 3 RINGS, 2 STAGES, GIANT HIPPODROME AND MIGHTY AERIAL ENCLAVE too »tor it — 15» PERFORMHS- Kt WILD MHUts_ MCHUTSCONTWCirT MtN»lIRl[ SI MUS1CUNS- $}M,Mt mwrrtt Th«Y«ir-« Bt.l H|41- in l< <>i« «l««nt «1 Ulni »r«s. Circus. Millions ot P.opls rvval in th* Merri- FHH »f this a n nu*t F.stly. Frolic YM«< »n< Old tr Ik* »««Tlf ST HOIXMT TWICE DAILY 2 1 8 P.M. I K coons o»« t *7p.m. I r ADMISSIONS SLASHED Back to Pre - War Price Children 50c—Adults |!.00 Plus Tax X he Price Ctess Hillbilly Jamboree & Dance LEGION ARENA SAT. OCT. 8 with SKIP SKIPPER and All the Boys •—featuring—• Miss Sally Carter and Cicero Carter Those Who Like to Squire Dance . . Are Cordially Invited! Adnv Adults 75c-Children 25c This Adm. Includes Both Show & Done* . OUR NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER 4427 Nunn Provision Co, In England It's th« Chemist Shop In Franct It's th«> Apothtcary Shop In BlythevilU It's BARNEY'S DRUGSTORE For Expert Prescription Service Soybean Sacks new 10 oz. I T'S part of every street scene—something you see every day. Car. owners in three different price classes—all happy about the same thing. One of them drives a new Buick SPECIAL, which you see poking forth its new, bold-look forefront at the left of our picture. Another will tell you there's nothing like the SUPER'S "happy medium" of size and comfort, power and easy handling, style and standing. And if you're looking for prestige, where is your money going to buy so much as in that handsome 18-footcr, the ROADMASTHR, with its 150-hp performance and really royal bearing? But all these good folks get together on this: There's no ride quite so soft and cushiony as the Buick ride, whatever the size and series. There's no power quite so satisfyingly lively as Buick's high-compression, high-pressure Fireball power. .. Above all, there's no "buy" like a Buick — no car that gives you such a rich dollar's worth of smartness, handling, 'comfort and liveliness for every dollar you pay. •< So why not look the whole line over? Your Buick dealer has these grand travel-mates in a baker's dozen of different body types and sizes. Start your shopping in his showroom—and you'll find that even on delivery he has exactly what you want. Alfalfa, Rye, Wheat, Oals & Vetch BLYTHEVILLE, SOYBEAN CORP. 1800 W. Main St. Phone 856 - 857 STABBS Service Refrigeration and OIL STOVE REPAIR Phones 2559-554 Blylheville Willy* Sales Co. 410 E. Main BUfCK alone has all fh«s« leaf ur«i Srri.,moolh DYHAH.OW DHIVl* • fULL-VltW VISION Ire* «Jor 0 «* 0 Iai< a,n • IW/NO-MST DCKMI onj soiy occeu "UVING SfACl" INrHIORS «fn D-.p-Crodta cuiWoni • Buo>onl-ri*n 9 OUAOKUfifX COIl sraiNCINC • liVify rWHM iT»AiGKr.F/c«T POWW w»d »f.irm»j« VALVI unfit (D,na(t ow *w«ri) P i u . m-fotttD MWHC MOONTIKCI [ow.preiturt liVei on SAFirr-K'DI HIM! • Doub.'. Datf V&illTOtTt • DUUIX BIAHIN6I, main and toil BODY ir HSHOI •S:»W*i) VI.SKX LAUNDRY-CLEANERS When better aiitomubitcft tire built IttJiCK trill build them LANGSTON-AAcWATERS BUICK Co. WALNUT & BROADWAY TELEPHONE 555 DEFOLIATE AIRPLANE Perfect coverage. Defoliant available at competitive prices. SCRAPE AGRICULTURAL SERVICE 2 Miles South of Rlylhev.ille Phone ««S

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