The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1947 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 3, 1947
Page 16
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jf ' ** I PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Week'sRainsAid Arkansas Crops Outlook Still Good; Myttieville Gets 1.70 Inches of Rainfall (By .United Press) Mo«t crops In Arkansas responded favorably to recent rains, even though flooding caused 'some damage In low fields, says the Arkansas Weekly Weather and Crop Bulletin. JUinlall for the week ending yesterday was .64 of an Inch, giving an ample supply of soil moisture over most of the state. The highest weekly total was 2.50 inches at Portland, and Blytheville was second with 1.70. The outlook for cotton continues favorable, although much of the crop is late. Fields lire getting grassy again In areas which had heavy rains, and insects arc prevalent In some fields. A limited acreage of low areas has been destroyed by water. Some late cotton has not been chopped, but much of the crop has been hoed the second time. Blooms are appearing in early planted fields over most qc the state. Recent cloudy, wet weather has favored insects which now arc becoming active' in cotton. Clear, hot ijeaiher is needed to induce rapid /growth, to aid in controlling insects, and to enable growers to clear out weeds and grass. Crop conditions at a glance: Rice prospects continue favorable. Most of the crop was seeded earlier than last year, and good stands prevail generously over the area. A large acreage has been watered tile second time. Corn prospects arc brighter as a result of ample soil moisture. Mo»t early corn has ucen laid by and much is tasseling. Soybeans continue to grow rapidly, planting continues In some areas. •The small grain harvest has been delayed by rains which have caused some lodging and damage. Spring oats ate Hearing maturity in the Northwest. Some weather damage has occurred to shocked On Way to a Communist Cell (lie forelegs of one grown Into the side of.the other. . Editor Bill Richards who found them in is frog pond says they have already learned to manipulate their four hind legs in perfect unlsion and flash through the pool at a twin-engined .speed that's daizllng the other occupants. THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1947 NOTH.'F, OF GRANTING OF LIQUOR PERMIT Notice Is hereby given that the Commissioner of Revenues of tiie Sditc o( -Arkansas has Issued a permit, No 193 to Sam John.s 10 fell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors tor beverage at ro- Inil oii the premises' described an 301 J-2 W. Mali! St., Blythcvllle. Arkansas. , Tills permit Issued on the 1 day of July, 1941 and expire 1 ; on the 30 day of June, liMU. Johns Liquor Slorc Permittee 7|3-10 NEW K8TATJKM ON WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BEEN COMMENCE!) Notice is hereby given that the following is a list of estates' of deceased persons upon which let- ler.s testamentary or of administration were granted during the month of June,, 1947 with the date o! the granting of such Ict'cr.s and the name and address of the executor or Kdmhii.slrator: •No. 1801. Estate of J. B. Husband, Sr., deceased. Letters of 'Administration Issued to Edni Y.' Husband of Blytheville, Arkansas' oj> June 5, 1947. I No. 1802. Estate of Betty McMul-t l!n Husband, deceased. Letters of, administration Issued to Myra T.| McMullin of Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1947. ' No. 1803. Estate of Mildred K. Stevens, deceased. Letters of Administration Issued to Annt Stevens Hamilton of Blythevillc, Arkansas on June 17, 1*47. No. 1805. Estate of Leona. Johnson Tally, deceased. Letters Testamentary issued to -A. T, Harshman o[ Tomato, Arkansas on June 24, 1947. Witness my hand as such Clerk and the seal of said Court this the 2nd day of July, 1947. Elizubeth BIytlic County and Probate clerk Cnrl Aldo Maiv.ani, former State Department employe sentenced to serve otic to three years hi prison for concealing his Communist affiliations in order to slny on federal payroll, walks dejectedly toward the prisoner van at Washington. (NEA rhoto.) Announcing BOB'S ELECTRIC SHOP • House Wiring • Farm Wiring • Repairs Phone 2397 (M North 5th Street Bob Powell T. W. 'Hop' Neil Ail Work Guaranteed Tan ' Bnbres* Appreciated Two Cotton Choppers Die In Accident; 39 Injured WEST MEMPHIS, Ark., July 3. (UP)—Two NcBroos were killed mwl 14 others Injured when a (.ruck currying 39 coUon choppers crashed into a power line pole near Tierc yesterday. Slate Highway Patrolman Odis Henley snld Jiitnes D;i!ji|nveer. driver of the truck, claimed a truck [lulled out of a side road in front of him. causing the nccldcnl. West Memphis Police Chief Bud Holland, however, said his itwcs-l ligntlon did not 'bear out Damp- wccr's statement. The dead were Identillcd as 'Bertha Lcc, 33, mid liosn Hurls, 70. All the passengers were from Memphis. None of the Injured is believed to be hurl seriously. Unions Advised to Drop 'No Strike' Agreement WASHINGTON. July 3. (UP) — The -American Federation of Uahnr has advised its member unions to abandon their "no strike" agreements in contracts with employers because of the TnTl-Hurtlcy labor law. An APL spokesman said the action was taken "reluctantly." He said the bun on jurisdiction:*!' strikes and secondary boycotts in the new law "leaves us no alternative." I Siamese Frogs Attain Twin-Engined Speed OAMDEN, R. C.. July 3. (UP) The biiih of twins was reported In frogland yesterday. The amphibians arc Joinccl We Have What If Takes! We Will Be Open On The Fourth! FIREWORKS- WATERMELON- Carter's Grocery 626 North 6th St. Phone 3952 oats In the Eastern and Southern counties. Hny continues to make fine growth, promising good yields. quality of recent cuttings of early hay crops has been lowered by rains. Pastures arc furnishing nbunrtaul feed in most areas. Harvest of the commercial cnrly potato crop Is past its peak. yield 1 ; nre beinc obtained, mid. .'n- vornblc prices prevail. The green wrnp tomato harvest Is In full swing In Southern counties. Recent rains will improve yields and prolong the sezujon. Tomato prospects arc very good ill the Northwest. Snap beans and cucumbers arc being marketed In volume. Early peaches arc being picked. The main crop or Klbertas will slarl jn about Ihrcc weeks. Harvest of early apples has started. FruiI prospects in general continue favorable. Wheel Balancing Prevents way trouble par vhec! ) extra Because of out-of-balance: 1. Wheels go! oul of line. 2. King pins, bushings, tia rods must be replaced more olten. 3. Grease and oil are pounded out oi front end parts. 4. Steering becomes more diilicult. 5. Body and chassis strains increase. 6. Tire wear is direclly or r indirectly affected. 7. You get a rougher ride. P*EVINT TKOUBUI STOP IN TODAY NOTICE! Closed All Day July 4th Wilson Auto Service Second and Ash Stncts —Dial 2611 — Dial 2611 — Homer Wilson, Owner & Mgr. ROOFING Lowest Prices Since Before the War! 45 Lb. Rolled Roofing $1.851 55 Lb. Rolled Roofing $2.251 65 Lb. Rolled Roofing $2.75| Green or Red Slate ^ ' ' I | 90 Lb. Rolled Roofing $2.80| 160 Lb. Hexagon Shingles .. $4.^ 210 Lb. Square Butt $6Jl 105 Lb. Brick Siding, all colors $3.85| HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS BRANDS 126 V.MAIN ST. • .. PHONE SIS Expert — Aclurala BAIANCING (J--1 AA ly Wheel Spe<iallll> BALANCED WHEELS help to give you a smoother ride. Oul-ol-balance wheels directly or indirectly cause abnormal lire wear. Make this small extra investment in comfort and saving. Slop in at Tire Service Headquarters today lor new Goodyear lires, mounted and balanced by "Wheel Specialists". LUCKY STRIKE presents THE MAN WHO KNOWS- THf TOBACCO WARCHOUSIMAN! "IN 25 YEARS I've scon a good many tobacco ' cropssold nt auction. And season after season, , I've seen the makers of Lucky Strike buy tobacco that's really fine... good, ripe tobacco » . . tobacco you just can't beat for smoking F. A. Rroivn, tnrfrprntfcnt tobacco warehouseman of Slonc- vlllc, N. C., has been ci Lucky Strike smoker for £0 years !• , So remember.. i FOR KM M&tCVW StRVICt AUVW Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3479 Hlythcvillc-Ark. 112 Walnut St. DR. MILTON E. WEBB Oplomclrixt 138 East Mala Brythevilte, /rk. THE RAZOR6ACK r •*••*"*• A.*. A^ *..*,>;$>.;*!>" >,>^*. A A>lA^ Payroll and Income Tax Service liookkceping and General Secretarial Service LARRY KNEAS Public Accountant & Auditor 109 E. Main Blylhcvillc, Ark. 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