The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1941 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, JANUARY ft. Desert "Lifeline" on Wheels SET ELECT1 BUTE Question of Bond Issue For iViunicra: L'ghl Plant to Bt AcK--d O-i CAJIUTHEKSVILU3. Mo., Jan. 9. •• -Mile Cftniibw.svilh* Lily Council will h-iffti Wednesday night. Jan. IS, -or Cie purpose of setting the I'Aif- for Die rnunidpHl light plant, ' T' * • ii i • t ' •A*.; .. ! s.s.it" IMt.c ^lOii, «l nil u I so lo uuop«. an ojttinauc* proviJiny for rmtiion oi a Board of Public Works, ir ihe bond tleriion is fav- u.'-Hfci.v votf.d. aLi.cor'.tijnj to an an- !;0i:iu:f;>.t:ni by Mayor L). 1). ) J !n- iuul pa.ssfcii a resolution p! Jor pa.ssage ol' an ordinance cre- sUiitf f,h6 Borird of P::b!5c Works. TJu.v board would com pri.se four men, appointed by the Mayor with riiufieaioin by thr- i:ouncil. Tim •'ward i!jejn>>>: would be. appointed jor one. two. three, and four-year :<.:u.s, re.speotiveiy. with one new i-o;,.ci member 10 be named each year. To AjiJH>int Hoard Mayor Pinion persented a U.SL or 2ft business and professional leaders from unions which it wax hi.s itiiemiun. he .-..att-u. to select the lour men for appoinintPn!, ;o the Lcavd. These men are: Morreli UeReign. O. W. Chilton. Cha.s. G. RC.S.S. Jame.s R. Moore. John Van Ausdall, Ja.-nes T. Ahern. j. Ralph Hutchison. John W. Sawyer, H. T. Siin)).son. Crews Reynolds, W. J. r'tv-s-:. U. :•. liloker. hrne.st A. Long. A. H. Rhodes, W. M. Crysler, G. W. i-i^.coin. W. r>. Bernar;1. Erties. Wilki, C. C. Neeley. A. p. Neifiud. K C. Masdon. Paul L. Hornei' oj«i-i:-; Mehrie. Hos.:oe M. Pierce \T\'V, !i -"» ' " 'idc- board \voi:ld be ncn- pui'L^an. che Mayor said. w.ith not mere t!;an two members, to be ol ;U!j one- political inclination. "ine proposed plant, would cost s2uU.ui)(J, .which woulrl be the -—CJP.I oi Uie by;id issue. This iiyure \vas a:rived at follow.ng yn cM'.n.sive survey of the city s ele^- trLal needs ~by Russell and Ax.on. SL. Louis engineering firm. The Him charged the city S250 for this •slavey, but offered lo refund this -sum if rhe bond issue was successfully voted, and the firm was named to supervise construction of the new proposed plant.. '"' Hcmi'/e Cost Thp-cuUay for tl;= proposed plant was itemized as follows: Power plt^it comjpleje.^.;including -motors'. fcii^nes. etc..'4115.700; Distribution systejn. SG5.000;..Engineering, 59.185; Interest : during' construction. 53,000; Miscellaneous equipmenc. $3,500' Land, $2,000; Surplus cash to begin operations. S1.615. The council members were given until Wednesday. Jan. 15, to study that repcrt, and will meet then for iinal decision. Shoe id the council agree to the Mayor's desire to call the special cpnd election, it will be the fourth lirne 'thai, Cartithersville citizens have voted on a municipal light ;;ian._ ID two previous elections, iht- proposal wa.s- defeated by sub- slar.tial majorieties. and on the '.Viirci occasion, the council refused >o iutify the uifiyor'.s proposal. _ COUIUER NRWS. National Youth Projects In Pemiscot To Employ 200 PAGE THREE : ' •K. M<j.. Jan. !) I ''im-ii-o; Ctiuniy s.-hools, un- m •»'(! \Vechu-sciay i:ui! an i.»x- ^vc National Vonth Aiiininistni- r O!':'.im in ihb. c'uunty will be >»<»!. Two hundivd people UMwt'cn 17 uiui -jfj \vjil b,. ,-inployed ila- pi-uj.'.-ts, which will last lour :ncm:!:,. with workers lo ro- $15 ea-li ]..(-• jnontij. working i'A hours i-iieh iiiunih. Projects for both whit.' and colored an 1 plunm-d. Jones slated wishing to be on i!u> pro- will be imervh-wtHl at )iis oitii-.- h.-rc in Ui,- counhouse on «_ j l-'riduy. Jan. 10. Jours said ihis Is Ijir^pit NVA pro'-n.im rvi-r (o ikc-i in lhi> I'ouniv rmiiu- ;rj.'.n'i- a;, lo (In- ,swi!i'| uot.-tto is ii o! tropical /.wHcti or tin 1 Literally a "lifeline is the string of tank cars seen in the photo above, for the tanks contain w- , desuned for Australian troop camps near the railroid in the current campaicn agSmt the ItSiins i lorexromul is pumping station, 15 miles from the N le, which feeds subsfdiary desert. I'M CALLING for everything we need! I'm saving Daddy's money because things that aren't here in stock are rushed here for us by the catalog order department in Wards store. All we pay is low catalog prices - . . no postage or money- order fees and V z the usual shipping cost... at from, one engineers of the stone tanks built by Australian in the Egyptian desert, a tank truck is filled with the nreeious fluid. Using empty oil cans as containers, native Egyptian women receive a supply of water from an Australian soldier at a desert station. were Mrs. Pearl Davis of Evans- vine. Ind., Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Wallace and MMrs. O. C. oiUn-in oi St. Louis. Raymond Thedford of Dyersburg, Tenn.. Mrs. Cora Prss- son and Mrs. Bertha Krause oi j Chatl'ee. Mo., and Miss He.ssie I Perry cf Paragoukl. i Iron, sugar, salt, coal (carbon), 1 water, iodine, o.xygen. pho:-phorus. nitrogen, hydrogen, and lime, are the substa n ce.s which make up the 'human body. ' [' KROGER PIGGLYWIGGLY m FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JAW. 10,11 Country Club Half or VVhok' »>. Hi. VEAL OK T- Ih. SALT i£AT HENS 2 Homo Dressed II). 23 B SWAPPER Whole SELECT OYSTERS , 35 C I OCEAN PERCH D T 1 23 Whole, II). Me nm- Style. Ib. 125c ^OFFEi, Canova Reg, or Drip Mb, tin 25k SOAP P and G Giant White Bars PEACHES Packed in Medium Syrup No. 21 Can CHERRIES Red Pitted for Pies No. 2 Can" ....... CPRM Pride of Illinois Golden Bantam No. 2 Can 3 f or lie Ea 13c Ea. lie Ea. lOc Hold Services In Missouri For Former Local Resident Raymond Olio .Jackson. 38. died ut the home of his parenis, M", and Mrs. J. H. Jackson of Bak^r- ville. Mo.. Sunday' morning. Mr. Jackson had been in ill : eallh fcr .several years with a throat, ailment. lie lived in Bly- iheviUe nmny yeans before going to Mt. Vernon and later to Baker\\l\<* Fujiwa) services were conducted Tuesday by the Rev. J. w. Carrpli ci Kennei.t. and burial was niAC-.c at the Elmwood Cemetery here. Besides his parents he is .survived by two sisters, Mrs. Russell ^ichardcon of Bakerviile. and Mrs. N. C. Hart of Memphis. Tenn.. and one brother. A. J. Jackson of ;3t. Louis. r.'elativ^s he IT for the ••i i .%.,»- 1 i OLD at 40,50.60? Set Pep, Vim Feel Youngei ____ up M Mr. Shaw did. He writes: "I'm 71 OLp so exhausted, rundown. Hut Ostrcx t I coiiw «cr pep. fee! yountrw."— Fewwi Ostres Tonic tablets ronrain tonlT* i?ur often needed Hfcer 4fr— bv boOlr" wlcium, pbosphorus. vliamin Wi: Ict itw now only 29c. Start to Ret new I-'or >,un «j ., iriiy .,..,, , )riii: nnrt all oilier c<i»f) dnif j.ior Qst choice of millions who make it the world's largest seller at tenf cents; also sold> in other popular^ sizes, 36 tablets for 20c, 100 tablets, only 35c. St.Joseph ASPIRIN Complete Stoclr of Whiskeys, Wines and Cins At All Times BLYTHEVILLE L'QUOR SHOP 111 Selected 0. S. No. 1 Red 10 Iks. 19c PCPK arJ BEANS Campbell's 16 Oz. Can ..... THN4 FISH Chicken of the Sea Fancy CORN BEEF Libby's 12 Oz. Square Can POST TQASTiES, CORN FLAKES 8 Oz. Packages 3 cans 24c Can 14c E a 19k 2 Pkgs. 15c reen's irade I lilk Pasteurized Be Pleased with the Best BEANS B'ylkcvillc Stringless "Whole" Case $2 88 MTK Swift's High Grade 3 Large or 6 Small ............ WATCHES Searchlight Large 6 Boxes to the Carton JFXL-0 6 Assorted Flavors Your Choice 2 cans 25c 22c 17c Pke. 5c IRS, Frssli and Origpy . . . 2pjmm!feox1§c Ph..n,- GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Cream of the Valley 46 Oz. Can PICKLES Soar or Dill Green Beauty Quarts TOMATO PASTE Spring Valley ' KIDNEY BEANS Joan of Arc Regular Size Can Can 16c Ea. 13c 2 cans 5c Ea. 8c Layer Cake Almond Nut Coffee Cake Pineapple Honey Roll BAKING CO. ....each 29c ....each 12c per dozen -<^' HOT TAMALES Ratcliffs 1 Dozen in 1? Oz. Can PEAS May Day Garden Fresh Small Pe as No. 2 Can PUMPKIN Dehncnte Fancy No. 2 Can ............. Ea. 13c 2 cans 25c . ........ Ea. 9c SHIBIIY'S BEST FLOOR 48 Lh. Pack $j 2* 24 Lb. Pack ... 6Sr 50 Lbs. Lard $3.25 100 Lbs. Sugar $4.70 C. ABRAHAM Phone 816 HflMS, Half or Whole, 14 to 16 HL avg., Wilson, Ib. 23 BEEF ROAST Chuck L^RD Loose Pure BUTTER Creamery PORK ROAST Shoulder B A f.ON Sliced Lb. 23c . Lb. 8c Lb. 38c Lb. 15c Lb. 23c OLEODi>iel9c; Gem Lb. He SAUSAGE Country Lb. 29c STEAK Round Lb. 30c RJBSPork Lb. 13c MEAT Brisket Lb. 15c We Deliver S. Division Street Phone 184 C. L. NABERS . Friday, Saturday, Monday— Jan. 10, 1I-, 13 id. 1 Triomph, 10 Ibs. Size 360 6 for lOc P & G I ia M» Giiint Bars, 10 for New Texas ,2 for 2! 2 for &*** Fine Quality :i Bell's. Yellow Globes M Us. APPLES Winesap 2 Doz. 25c OXYEQL r^c Hox, 2 for CLEANSER :i J'or 231RINSO Large Si'/e 2 for 37 »ox 2 for 331SIIPEH SUDS Blue Box Lge. 0"7c 2 3? for25c SOAP . Bars ] for Blytheville 3 for G O A DC Ifftrt JUICK, Nelson's 12 « K . . can 1 Country Club AA 1 Ib. Vac. Tin &£ SOYBEANS Blythevillc No. 2 can ,3 for 2 SAUCE IICc Oc. Spray, 2 for A3 Tomato, C.lry Club "('an Qt- Bottle OnH- 10 20 oz. Loaf 2 for Whole Wheat Cracked Wheat 2 for 15c Cineapple »Sr.o\vcakc 30 ex. Kac-h iSEAPPLE Av ' (i * CRACKERS C 71!?' £? 25 ( Milk Country Club 3 tall or 6 small 19c Fraif Cocktail 10c No. 1 Tall Can CRACKERS 1 Ib. Box 15 FLOUR R€d Bowl 57 ( Shortening- 3 Lbs.

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