The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 8, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 8, 1949
Page 5
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) (JOUK1ER NKW8 Costs of Many Canned Goods Are Less Than Prices of Fresh Items WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. W)—The Commerce Department reported today canned fruits and vegetables in some instances are cheaper lor city dwellers than the fresh products, even when tlie latter are bountiful. The canned goods also undersell* : frozen fruits and vegetables by \vide margins, the department said iu a new "industry report" on canned fruits and vegetables. "Retail prices of canned fruits and vegetables generally between CO and SO per cent of the prices on equivalent quantities of Ihe corresponding frozen products," the maximum price .study said. ''Usually, the among the different brands of the canned, item is lower than the « inhnutn price in the range for ii comparable frozen fruit or veg- e table. "In -some instances, canned prices are also well below the cost to urban consumers or fresh products, even when the later arc in flush -supply." Tile conclusions were "based up- on a survey and analysis made In the Washington, D. O. area" especially for the study, the repprt said, adding that "representative chain store prices were used". The department listed these "comparative- prices of selected fresli and processed products" in cents "per net' edible pound:" Producct Green peas . Lima beans Snap beans Sweet corn (kernel) Sv, r eet corn (on cob) Spinach Peaches Orange juice . (unsweetened Canned Frozen Fresh 16-26 30-36 28-32 45-52 28-34 38-40 35-37 32-44 •21-10 18-31 14-11 30-55 15-81 13-15 16-19 28-35 24-30 14-2(5 31-39 9-11 3-10 16-18 12-15 Tuberculosis Association Leaders Begin Planning for Annual Seal Sale The inltitul plans for Blythe-*' ville's participation in the annual, Christmas Seal Sales, conducted by f the Mississippi county Tuberculosis control work, were announced today by Mrs. P. D- Foster, community chairman for Blytheville. The plans were outlined yesterday by Mrs. Willard Pease, who has been named by Mrs. Foster to conduct Blytheville's personal solicitation, alter she met with Mrs. C. G. Redman In the tuberculosis association office In the Court House. The present plans call for tile drive to open in Blytheville on November -21, when it is hojx'd that about 100 volunteer workers win conduct the personal solicitation. A week later seal sale letters will be put in the 'mail. The quota for the .county has not been set, nor has the quota for Blytheville, but C. C- Danehower of Osceola, county seal sale chairman (Q^r the second consecutive year, •was to meet w f ith Hays Sullivan, president of the association, and Mrs, Redman today t o approve community • chairmen and community quotas. Mrs. Foster said the volunteer workers for the personal solicitation would meet at 3 p.m. November 20 at Hie First Presbyterian Church for a planning session, and that instructions would be given then. The business section and some residential areas are' being blocked off so that the workers wil receive ony a few houses to solcit. Mrs... F.^ W. Whitner, chairman, Mrs. A. B. Reese, Mrs. W. P. Pryor and Mrs. W. 3 : Johnson are assisting with the plans for this meeting. Airmen to Be Reburied In Little Rock Cemetery LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 8—W)— fieven U.S. airmen, killed In China In 1945, are to be reburied in the Little Rock National Cemetery this afternoon. They .are Lt. Donald R. Taylor, Plymouth, Mich.; T-Sgt. Warren E ^Joffman, San Antonio, Tex.; T- H^t. Fredrick E. Swanson, Jr., '"LXwney, Calif.; S-Sgt. Florian F. Borucki, Saginaw, Mich.; Lt. Richard M. Embury, Jackson, Mich.; S-Sgt. Jasper N. Scott, Sarasota, Fla., and Lt. Victor G. Ryland, Jr., Le Habre, Calif. The men were members of the crew ol a B-25, shot down by Jap night fighters as It prepared to land after returning from a relief mission to Central China. Two other members of the crew parachuted to safety. Veterans, Aided By OHE, Obtain Refunds on Homes More than $2,000,000 In cash or adjustments has been obtained for veterans w ho complained to the Dffice of the Housing Expediter that homes they purchased were over-priced or were not in accordance with specifications, Housing Expediter Tighe B. Woods an- Dunpcd today in Washington. All of the homes for which settlements or court judgments were received were built under th<- Veterans Emergency Housing program. As of October 28, settlements had seen made covering 11,882 homes in the amount of 51,852,513.93. Judgments and settlements resulting from litigation accounted for an additional $216,087.61. for a total of $2,068,592.00. Additional cases are In litigation, with settlements or judgments not yet arrived at. In addition, OHE regional offices have on hand 163 cases covering 6.226 housing units. These cuses are in various degrees of processing, with the majority nearing settlement. Gandhi's Killers Doomed NEW DELHI, Nov. 8— (iP)— A Home Ministry official said yesterday that N. V. Gocisp and N.'B. Apte had been denied clemency and will be hanged as scheduled Nov. 15 for the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. The official said they would be hanged at Ambaln Jail where they are now imprisoned. RITZ ,THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Time Today Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained mariage licenses at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: George Lloyd and Miss Vera Winters, both of Pontiac, 111. Walter Gould of Etowah and Mis. Minnie Nelson of Caraway. Riley Byrd and Miss Billy Odes. Kelly, both of Blytheville. NEW Box Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday i Sundays Mat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showlnj Manila, Ark. Shows EVERY NIGHT Tuesday 'FLAMING FURY" with It. Roberts .ind G. Cooper Also Shurts Wednesday & Thursday "JOHNNY STOOL PIGEON" widi Howard Dun anrl Dan Dnryca Also Shorts Warner N'CMS & Cartoon ^TUESDAY I.ATK SHOW 8:30 p.m. "MEXICANOS AL GR1TO DE GUERRA" con Pcndro Infanlc y Una ^Ionics \Vc(liie.sclH>' &: Thursday "TOO LATE FOR TEARS" with Lirabclh Sc'ott and Don Dcfore News & Comedy WOODS Drug Store Experienced Prescription Service WOODS Drug Store TO BECOME MINISTER—Police Ami. Samuel O. Wood, of the Nasau County, Long Island, N.Y. orce, holds his bible at his home n In wood, N.Y., as he prepares to doft his uniform and become a minister. He retired on a S2.00.0-a- 'car pension after 25 years as a loliceman. He said he "got the call o preach the gospel" seven years ago and after studying nights he passed the ministerial examinatioi n Rome, N.Y., in July. He plans o take over n Christian and Mis- iionnry Alliance pastorate soine- vhere in New York or New Jersej his month. 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