The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1956 · Page 4
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MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1956 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN More Luxury Needed, Says Ad Executive ORLANDO, Pla. (/Pt—On guard, men, or you will be forced to live in the lap'Of luxury—and give the little woman a. bigger chunk of the paycheck too. At a southeastern advertising conference. John P. Cunningham, president of a New York agency, said that "to mantaln, our production and our standard of living we must sell luxuries—a second car, a second TV set, outdoor living rooms, swimming pools." He also said American husbands must be persuaded to allow their wives more money and must change old maxims about thrift. "This may point to a more materialistic civilization than many people want, but we have to do it," Cunningham declared. RECEIVE AWARDS — Shown holding awards won in a Soil Conservation Service meelingat Caruthersville last week are, left to right, seated, W. P. James, county extension agent; A. H. Webb, president of Missouri SCS commission; Henry Boone and Vernon Ray. contests, Ray Parks, district manager of Cape Girardeau, and James R. Corbin, local dealer, presented SCS awards to SCS personnel and to Vernon Ray, of Flag Lake com- •munity, winner in the state cooperator contest. A service awards was given by Pemiscot SCS to Wesley Shrader, who as one of the first members of the Pemiscot SCS board, served for ten years on the board. The eemiscot SCS district has had an extensive program of surveys, tests, -land forming and irrigation planning. This year lime needs are topmost in the program, but other soil conservation practices will no less be continued and emphasized. At the meeting, it was announced that an irrigation meeting will Standing, left to right, are H. P. Till, Charles G. Ross Jr., James R. Corbin, Ray Parks, R. L. Ward, Wesley Shrader. Prank Long: Jr., Crews Reynolds, Horace Dunningan Jr., and O. H. Acorn. (Photo by Yeager) Pemiscof SCS Group Gathers Members Hear Of Progress Made ' In Missouri By H. L. YEAGER CARUTHERSVILLE '— The program of the D. S. Soil Conservation Service, working under state enabling acts ,is no* established in 48 states, according to A. H. Webb, president. of .Missouri Soil Conservation Commission, in his opening remarks at the commlssion-cooper- ator dinner program Thursday night. Webb is also chairman of thej Pemiscot SCS district which was' organized eleven years ago ind which If now described as leading ind formost in the 32 SCS districts of the.state. , He stated however, "Missouri ranks low in number of SCS districts u compared to the other 4fl Btates." Guests at the meeting were introduced by Harry Barker, SCS «upervlsor in Pemiscot County, who has been a supervisor "on the Job" in the vast amount of work In the county. Bob McCelland. executive secretary of Missouri SCS Commission was princiapl speaker. McClelland Identified his interest In farms «nd farmers of past years. "I am concerned with the trend to put out of existence the the farms and farmers we have known," he said. Describing the changes coming so fast in economics and far m operations, he further emphasised concern, "farmers are not- planning for and advising their sons and^ daughters to stay on the farms «» in the past." j However, accepting the changes as progress, he stated that he and others generally believe there Is no disaster foreseen but a considerable amount of adjustment. Service and cooperation awards were made to members of the board ot directors of the First State Bank of Caruthersville, acknowledging in- -idvidual as well r.s the institution's contribution to the PemUcot SCS program. In behalf of the Ooodyear Tire & Rubber Go's sponsorship of SCS This Time it was Real Thing SAN PEDRO, Calif. UP) — Several days ago detective Sgt. Chester Baldridge of Los Angeles came to a restaurant here to notify the five Chin brothers that their father, Chin Soon, 71, had committed suicide by hanging at his home. The brothers hurried to Los Angeles and found their father alive and well. • Friday Baldridge went back to the restaurant with the same message. This time the information was correct. The boys' father had hanged himself. In a sense, Baldridge's first message was correct, too. Chin Soon did hang himself, but he was 68- year-old Chin Soon, no relation to the five Chin brothers. be held at Blytheville ,Ark., April 2-3. FABULON the fabulous floor finish MISSISSIPPI COUNTY LUMBER CO. 1801 W. Mafn Ph. 3-8151 Scientists Say What Lovers Know VENICE, Italy W)—After eight years of experimenting, scientists have finally found out what lovers knew all along: You can't beat moonlight on thej Grand Canal. | City engineers rather reluctantly have shelved all plans lor red and green reflector lighting of Venice's picturesque palaces, and for under- water light effects In the canal Itself. This summer, instead, the famed waterway for gondolas will be lighted a soft blue-white, as close as possible to the effect of natural moonlight. COMPARISON Emus have three toes on each foot, the neck and body are completely covered with halrlike feathers, and there are no ornamental wing or tail plumes, for which the ostrich is famous. Read Courier New» Classified Ads. IF YOU ARE UNDER 80 YOU ARE NOT TOO OLD FOR LIFE INSURANCE Let us tell you how you can still apply for a $1,000 life insurance policy to help take care of final expenses without burdening your family. 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The Following Cars Are Offered at WHOLESALE PRICES RETAIL CUSTOMERS INVITED TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE - ALL CARS MUSTBE SOLD BEFORE APRIL 1 202 —'50 BUICK, radio and heater ..... ... ....... ... . . ....................... . $ 420 279 '51 CHEVROLET, 4 dr., has heater .................................... $ 495 196A— '50 CHEVROLET, Sport Coupe, hat heater ............................ $ 25 ° 314 —'52 PLYMOUTH, heater ....... ,. ......................... ......... $ 54 ° 330 —'54 CHEVROLET, Heater and EZ1 tinted glasi ......................... $ 1175 342 — '53 CHEVROLET, Bel Air, radio and heater, power glide .................. $1195 325A— '51 CHEVROLET, 2 dr., radio and heater ............................ $ 345 361A— '50 FORD, radio and heater ........................................ $347 367 —'53 CHEVROLET, 4 dr., radio and heater, power glide, EZI tinted glass ....... $ 995 352 —'50 CHEVROLET, radio and heater .................... ............... $ 395 377 —'53 CHEVROLET, radio and heater, power glide, new tubeless tiret ......... $ 995 378 —'53 PLYMOUTH, 4 dr., radio and heater ............................. $ 695 R-32 —'50 FORD, radio and heater ....................................... $ 295 373A— '49 PLYMOUTH, radio and heater . , ................................ $ 295 397 —'51 MERCURY, radio and heater, automatic transmission ................ $ 495 404 —'54 CHEVROLET, Bel Air, 4 dr., radio and heater, power glide ............ $1195 —'55 CHEVROLET, Bel Air, 4 dr., radio and heater ......... • ............. $1795 —'51 FORD, radio and heater ....................................... $ 495 '41 CHEVROLET .................. . ................................ $ 77 — '51 NASH, 4 dr., radio and heater, overdrive .......................... $ 335 —'51 FORD, Custom 8, 4 dr., radio and heater ...................... : . . .$ 587 —'50 FORD, radio and heater ....................................... $ 305 28A —'50 CHEVROLET, radio and heater ............ .... ............... $ 375 38A —'52 CHEVROLET, radio and heater ............................. ..... $645 44A —'46 MERCURY, radio and heater .................................... $ 125 33A —'49 CHEVROLET, radio and heater ............ ..................... $250 56 —'51 STLIDEBAKER, radio and heater, hydramatic ...................... $295 OPEN NIGHTS TIL 9 P.M. Remember You Can Always Make A Good Deal at SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO, WITNESS WANTED! On July 5, 1955, I was Involved In an automobile accident with another vehicle. The accident occurred 8 mllei south of Tupelo, Mississippi on Highway 45 at approximately 5:30 p.m. in a heavy rain storm. At the time of the accident I was driving a 1952 Dodge which burned. The other vehicle was a 1953 Cadillac. A truck driver driving a Ford tractor & trainer and hauling watermelons witnessed this accident. This gentleman lives in Arkansas near the Missouri line. It Is very important that I get in contact with this driver. Anyone knowing his identity, please contact me at once. REV. J. C. WASSON Methodist Parson Shannon, Mississippi Certified Blue Tag, Delta Pine 15 COTTON PR $ SEED TON U. S. Verified Per 100 Wt. ALFALFA Korean LESPEDEZA the PAUL D. FOSTER CO. First in Quality — Fairest in Price — Fastest in Service Offices & Stocks in Blytheville Warehouse Co. 413 R-l R-5 20 5A 46 201 W. Wqlnur "The Big Used Car Lot On Walnut Street" 3-4573 JUST PURCHASED! Bankrupt Stock of JUVENILE FURNITURE We Can Sell At 0 OFF Check Our Windows For Display of This Merchandise! Moore Furniture Co. 306 • 310 E. Main St. // Save More at Moore's! / ill Phone 2-2fil)0

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