PAGE TWO BLITHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER TOTDAT, 20 Years of Arkansas Road Building Has Been LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 18. (AP) —• ArkADta*' highway building pro- tram over the put two decades has been ecxtly. OUttComptroller Lee Roy Beas- Uy, »how Biennial report was re- leiMd y»t*rday,' said Arkansas taxpayers now owe $125.319,600 as a result of borrowing for highways. He figures It will take $172,086,271 to pay off these highway construction bonds. This includes payment on the principal and interest. Money to retire the bonds comes from the state's collection of a fasoltne tax. The bonds Include the 1S41 highway refunding bonds and those issued in 1949 and 1950 under sponsorship of Governor McMath. The over-all debt of the state, its counties and school districts was placed at $180.1)77,218. Beaslcy estimated it would take about $300.000,000 to get the state out o! the red. The Indebtedness of the counties was placed at $6520,515. School District nebl The total debt of (he more than' tlal analyzer." «0.s«hool districts in Arkansns is' You co " ld I' lck «50.8M,653. •• . While most of the state's Indebtedness Involves bonds issued for highway construction, the non- highway debt amount to $6,507,450. This Includes $5.728.450 in bonds issued by the-University of Arkansas and other state - supported colleges for construction purposes. Payment of these bonds Is provided by special revenues received by the '' individual school, which includes athletic recipts. State Gu jn Red Beasley said state expenditures exceeded income during the 1948-49 and 1949-50 fiscal years. A fiscal year is from July 1 to June 30. Arkansas took in SJM,692,653 In 1948-49; spent $88,362,965 during that period. Revenues amounted to W6.SS7.27S this fiscal year; expenditures wer«.$98,254,70«. Beasley said the deficits were matte up; by surpluses built up In the'treasury over past years; Jumbo 'Pihball' Machine Gives Engineers Design for Ship Hulls LOS ANGELES, Dec. IS. (/P|— Northrop Aircraft, Inc., comes ,up today with the latest In those robot brain machines. This one looks like a kill-hen stove has a ladylike name, and can do the same work as the warehouse- sized models used by » few large universities. * Northrop engineers call 11 "Mad- dida," jirounounced "Mad Ida." They say it can predict the best design for an airplane or ship, navigate and guide a rocket to the moon, operate a factory production line, or .solve In a few -seconds mathematical problems so complex it _ would take months or years to work j them out on ordinary calculating equipment. The full name for [he little gem Is "magnetic drum digital dlfferen- It up for about 530,000. with optional accessories, the cost runs close to $150,000, • Earlier Jumbo affairs sometimes occupy entire buildings and cost hu idreds of thousands of dollars. Some whoppers have 18,000 vacuum ubcs or require hundreds of motors to drive moving parts. Maddida compuis with fewer than 100 tubes and has only one moving part. The works »re packed Into a cabinet of about th« umc dimensions as a pinball machine. The first mode! was built for the experimental towing tank of the Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken; N. J. It will be used to predict the best design for ship hulls and waterborne projectiles. With the Courts Chancery! Sue Hoover vs. Hlran C. Hoover, •ult for divorce. William A. Cherry vs. entries Bright, suit bo collect $500 damages for trespassing and restraining order to recover property. Criminal: City of Biytheville YS. 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Buy a bottle. of HAD- ACOL, either the trial size, $1.25, or the large family or hospital size, tS.M, and If HADACOL^oes not n«]p yon, your money w£Ui be refunded. If.j-pur rtnig'ifaeCjfces not »* VC ri A1 ?*Sf' Ij ' or^te- direct from The f»yetle . anc Corpbrkllt*!, Lt- Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III.', Dec. 15. (if)— (USD'A)— Hogs 9500; spots 10 to 15 higher; sows 25 to 50 lower; bulk ,good and choice 110-220 Ibs 18.25-50; limited number of choice 170-200 Ibs 18.65; most 230-210 Ibs 17.90-U.25; 270-300 Ibs 17,65-18.aO; 140-160 Ibs 17.00-18.00; few 18.15; 110.130 Ibs 15.50-10,65; sows 400 Ibs down 15,50-16.50; heavier sows 14.50-15.25; stags 12,0014.50; boars 9.50-13.00. Cattle 850; calves 600; vealers 1.00 lower; odd lots medium steers and heifers 27.50-28.50; common lightweights down to 24.00; common and medium cows 19.50-21.50; only odd head good 22.00 or better; canners and cutte-rs 15.50-19.50. Navy Requests $33 Million For Camden Rocket Facilities WASHINGTON, Dec. 15. (AP) — The Navy wants $33.000,000 for completion of > rocket production facilities at the Shumaker Ordnance Plant at Camden, Ark. 'Hiis Ite mis part of an additional $303.378,000 appropriation the Navy has asked for public works projects in the year ending June 30, 1951. Of the total amount, It was disclosed today, $254,375.300 would be spent in the continental United States and $49,002,700 for overseas facilities and planning. The amounts were Included in hearings on an emergency request for- $16,844.000,000 of additional military funds. A House appropriations committee spokesman said moat of the projects have not yet been authorized but that hearings regard- Ing them now are zomf on. Details were not Immediately available regarding the projects. Other projects and >uma sough! for them Include: Memphis, Tenn., avatlon operational training and personnel facilities, $6,020.000. Naval Hospital. Memphis, lire alarm system, $70,000; • auxiliary water main, $65,000. ' •. ••-. —ComHer Nn™ Photo BHg GLEE CLUB—This 1< the Biytheville High School GI« Club which presented iti annual Chri«ta>«« concert lut nteht In the hl«h school auditorium under the direction of Mrt. J. Wilson Henry, (far right, first row). Mrs. Mtirr»y fcnart, the accompanist for the group last night, Is shown »t the piano. The mountain !»ur«l tt the itate . china and Indl» with about *o tlon have jbout two per cent of th» flower of Connecticut. .. I per cent of the world'* popula- I world's manufacturing. HtWdWWfWtWiM Jewelry Store (MS CHRinS MNMUMMlfcM or ROBES Terry Cloth White Gold Stripes $1095 10 Gifts by •/v'lanhatk an Whit* Shirts SPORT \ « Pi loneer Belts and Buckles ; - If You Just Can't Decide, Girt a MARTIN'S (any amount) / GIFT CERTIFICATE MEN'S STORE FRED SANDEFUR, Micr.
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