The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1946 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 25, 1946
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THURSDAY, JULT 25, 10-10 BLYTHEVILLK (AUK.) COURIER NEWS June Payrolls Register Gains Increased Pay Reflected for Many Employes LITTLE ROCK, July 25. (UP) — rotnl payrolls in Arkunsus ns ic- X>rtcd today by llic Stntc LiiDor Jeyartmcnl for tile vock I'licliiil! 'Ai\c 15. .showed an increase ol i!?- i»r cent over llic corrcspoiKl- HE period of the previous montli. The report revealed also thai 11,179 workers were employed by 1,009 firms in the xla'le as of Time • 5, A .3 per cent increase over the WP Deriod last month. Total payrolls [or tlic week ware >1,34'2,U94 with un uvcnige cheek $32.01 as compared with S'31.1.: n May. Tile largest drop hi \vorkers occurred in the beverage imltislr) 1uc to a shortage of beer an:l Iquors. The industry showed an 1«.4 oss of workers. Coal mines, back to work allci strike ill May. showed a O3.b r cent increase in employed personnel. The department reported tha uriug June, safety engineers in- pected 162 plants. 4.145 machine; nd order 328 hnzards corrected. The report also revealed that •omen and children labor mvesti- ators visitor Blytheville. Harrison, tjurdon, Pine Bluff, McGohee am! Jrcnlcr Little Hock employers eiur- ng thp month. They inspected lt>5 slnbli.shine.nts and found 217 vio- atioas, 181 of which were correct- immediately. PAGE ELEVEN The Lucky Eisenhowers K;?n. Dwight P. Eiscnlibwcr nntl four brothers happily show limit catch ol 10 to 17-pound muskics 'plus eight-pound northern pike, c.iuchl near Minocqua. in Wisconsin's Lnc du Fl.imbeou waters. On combined vacation in Wisconsin for first lime in 20 years, they are, left to richt: Arthur o( Kansas City, Ike, Edgar of Tacoina, Milton of Manhattan. Knns., and Karl of Charleroi, Pa, Mus- ikies—keepers must be more than 'JO inches Ion;;—were taken first day, the General catching his. in 45 minutes. Paper, golf balls, founUar. pnis and many other useful aiaiclfo are now made from cornsU!'.;s. 'Big Sinks' Goes Dry, Stranding Tons of Fish CAVE-IN-ROCK, III. <Ul>) — Fishermen's dreams came true when the Big Sinks, Hardm county's freak of nature, went dry this summer for Ihe first time since August. 1SH3, leaving tons of fi.sli floundering in the mud. "It was a madhouse," Game Warden J. Hobarl Travis said. "I never saw anything like it. My land got weary writing down the. name's of fishertiu-n I had checked." could be placed in them. No satisfactory scientific exphui- atiin ever has been given for the Whole families crowded around' disappearance of r.v> water. One the rcceditij wire fencing Travis water's cose ,w;ih i k.s, rakes, even witll to catch the fish. -rviscd loadliiK the ks for distribution to various jinm in the county. The 41)0 acres in the Sinks drains and fills with lilt;u warning, the water running through holes sometimes so large tin automobile theory is thai when (he Ohio River a few' miles away gets low, the water In the Sinks ;;ow.s t>y subterranean passages into the river. Owners of the land have bei'n known to plant, n /:i>[> when the water is down, and prepare for harvesting, only to find their crops had disappeared under water overnight when the Sinks filled again. Camp Robinson Is Placed On Standby Basis Ll'ITI.l.; liOCK, Ark., July 25.— <ur> -Camp Joseph T. Robinson WHS a city of empty strccls mill deserted ImlliUnus lodiiy, on n stiuul-by basis pending" decision of llu- War Department as lo its future UMV Last mliluight the Infantry re placemen! training center, (he lust major activity at the camp, reverted from active to stand-liy basis. Originally scheduled lo Iw declared surplus properly. the camp Is now under a rarcitakcrs detachment and will he kept re id\ for UM> oti short notice. Col. O. K l.ange, who assumed command of the cump yesterday said it is scheduled for use til Iho postwar |XTlod If iinlvtiM! inllitarv liainlng Is developed. Tim War Department, he Raid, plans (o list LI as a training center lov BEWARE OF PIN-WORMS Ill-pent tunUrnt rcporh rcv™1 Itml nil MtnaiiiiiE nitiiilxT of ckiU'lri'it nml h:Ei>wn- \ll>« limy l-e vlcthuB of rill-Wiirinii—olttll wMliuuL btmiiucMni: \vhul IH writnu I Wnlrli out for tlip wnrulint »lK"» H'" 1 inny inrnn IMn.WiiriiM In snur child ..r >ourj-fl[—(-ni-irSiillv tliy li>ni»L-iilln«. cui- lmrrji**LiMr rivlnl llpli. HI-.-IHIKU IIKW you rrm invl KhoMliI <]i) lumiclliliU! litHttlL II. Allrr >'cnl«rk<a of cU»lrt*n rniwi'il tiy rln- Vornii. n IMlOily i<IK>clivi! vvny li> Jwil "'Illi llicm IIM Kx-n miutr luiMlliV. H I. l.nw.l on Ihi- tiHHltcully rvcui:iilictl JL-UI: cnllfl L-cnlinu violet. TlilH Dj'Pclal ilrup IB Hip vhnl InBn-.Hc In P-W. Uic 1'in-Worm tnlilvln ^ev.'lnl' ITI Die Itil-.irl4lorl<» of Dr. U. Jiiyuc- A Si F-W Inlilcll «ro iniinll nu.l fi»y lo Ink mul Uu-y net ill u eiiwlnl \vuy lo iciiio Vln-Wcrnis. So if you Bimliect tlili nwly lufectliui. a your 'iniiiiil.l. for JAYNE'S f-W nii.l f,illo«t Iliu iLlT<i-.lliilltf. iintiBfiictLoll inuiriiiiUvil ur yo\ir niuiK-y bnck. Il'n cnij to remember: P-W for rin-Wurtuit '.W.TOO UAITC; Ltmu relieve! Col. Orover C. Clialiiim H'.i cuimniiodluii officer, uhil (Iriilunn Is now executive ol- fU'er nt tilt? camp. Tile MntT is to lie rnUu'etl froiti Us prcseul 1.000 to 5tH). Tlie per- NOTHING BUT THE FINEST THIS BLEND of Coffee Makes Every Meal a A RICH ROBUST MAGNIFICENT AROMA Tiic test of a coffee's freshness can be made in that first whiff of aroma you get on opening the package. Jf it's room-filling in its fragrance, as it is with every pound of Admiration, it's really fresh. That's why we emphasize aroma in our blend. We put the distinctive aroma into Admiration first through scientific selection of coffees for blending and secondly through special roasting. Once there it's there to stay until released into your cup. Small wonder then that a freshly brewed cup of better-tasting Admiration puts you in a celebrating mood. It's the coffee thrill of thousands. Luxurious Flavor in Every Cup You'll bo dcligMed when you cover tlio nwny lunjy ilfnii you can tn»lo item col Ion pilnt of THE MAGIC MILLCtt'S BEST FLOUR Gel A ucV loddyl < ft* MAGIC MAiJIC All I, LICI! the liosl flour military deliiehmcnl 35 officers, |j;i cnl will the rest be civilian In Die library, of (jocltlngcn Is u , Hible written on palm leaves. . -> There arc &313 pages, each made • -'' of H single leaf. SATURDAY BAKERY SPECIALS 2 Layer-7 Inch FRESH COCOANUT CAKE Sorry —Just 1 to a Customer HART'S BAKERY Illylhcvillc Owned — Employing Ulylhcville Peoplf S 3VARIEHES fragrant Ceylon and fine specially blended for more fragrance, richer flavor,, deeper color. So different from weak-flavored, colorless iced tea. CEYLON FOR FRAGRANCE -SOUTHERN INDIA FOR FLAVOR NORTHERN INDIA FOR COLOR, COMPLETE YOUR SET ( OF TEASPOONS HOW! 2 for 25*' Ib. COFFEE SUGAR 35* WITH KROGER TEA BOX TOP MAIL 25c and box top to Kroger, Box 1 122, Cincinnati 1, Ohio. SPAGHETTI TOMATOES BABY FOOD BLEACH iMaxwcll HOHSO 1-11). jar Nas. i), l(J 5 Ibs. AH Popular H Ciirlon 10 Venice .flliiid' IS 1-2 <>/. can ' Kxlru Sluniliird No. a win Gerhur's .'( cans S;tv-A-l)ay QuarlH, 2 lor BOOK CLEANER OLD DUTCH CLEANSER JERGENS LOTION CLOCK BREAD 1 .85 \T 13' 20 bottle 2 loaves 19 C 15 C 23 21 e PEACHES Arkansas Freestone Eibortas 1-2 bushel $1.69 3" 25c per bushel $2.99 Lemons Ib. 13c | Honeydews, Ib lie Oranges 5 Ibs. 59c I Lettuce, Ib 13c RHELONS 30 Ib. 'Average Ib. 13C Tomatoes 2 Ibs. 19c LIMES, tube of 5 16c Potatoes, 10 Ibs 49c Grapes, 4 qt. basket. .59c NECTARINES Ripe and Sweet Calif. Grown Pound 25c FiYiNCi CHICKENS Per Ib. 49c Baking Hens - Ib. 43cl Cot'ge Cheese Ib. 20c American Chinese Hoop Ib. 54c SEA FOODS COD FILLETS !b. 39c (SPANISH MACKEREL Ib. 39c ROSE FISH FILLETS Ib. 39c |RED SALMON Ib. 39c H.&G, WHITING SKINNED -perlb.ZOc . KROGER PIGGLY WIGGLY eununra

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