The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1947 · Page 11
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THURSDAY,. JULY 31, 15M7 (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Survey is Made Of Water Supply University Research Bureau Compiles Data For Cities, Towns FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., July 31. —Tlie first, comprehensive study <•! Hie public water supplies of Arknn- sas as an industrial resource has been published by the University of Arkansas Bureau of Research. Dr. C. O: Brnmien, director, has announced. The study was made' in cooperation with the Geological Survey of the U. 8. Department of the Interior. The jSublicatlon presents, in condensed form. 217 analyses or public water supplies used by' 11& towns and'cities In the state. ' In gonern), the'report states, Mio quality of Arkansas' water is sootl. Hardness ranges from one to 704 and in many crises very good, parts per million, but averages about 94 parts per million for il! public supplies analyzed. Of Un; 178 supplies tested, 45 ncr cent':uu! a hardness of below 50 parts per inlllloriMind 58 per cent had a hardness of less than 100 parts. Bused on the v o lu m c of w a t o r actually used, the hardness Is lower than these figures indicate, because the larger cities'generally have, the softer sullies. From the standpoint 1 of Industrial development, water Is one of the' bAsie requirements.' According I to H. K. Thatcher of the Arkansas Resources and Development Commission, with offices in Washington, the first question always asked by an industrial concern in cor.- nection with a new location Is n- i bout' the quality and quantity of I the available water supply. In-addition to the volume or water required, the publication states, the individual consumer and cvVry i industry have specific standards of j quality for water in order that il. ' can meet their needs. These specific standards of quality may vary with the type of utilization. j Of the public water supplies analyzes. 132 are obtained 'from wells. ' 35 are obtained from surface sup- j plies, and H'supplies, located largely, in five counties in northwestern ! Arkansas, are obtained from! springs. The water samples were collected . by Harrison Hale of the Bureau of i Research and R; c Baker imd V A. Hewitt of the U. S. Geological Survey. Tfi£ samples were analyzed in the Geological Survey laboratory, at the University by I w Walling, D: M. Pa'rrlsb, and G. A Billingsley. Helena Doctor Dies •HELENA, Ark., July 31. (UP) — Funeral services wore conducted _yesterdaj» for iDr.V Aris \V. Cox. who ^died.'.jiv a Halena hospital yester- r day.' f ' A native of South Carolina. Dr. Cox, came to Helena in 1903 and became associated with hi.^ brother, Dr. 'Allen Cox. Surviving are his wife and one son, lAris Cox Jr., of Helena. Almost Another Texas City Textile Firm Plans to Move Plant to South N/V5HUA-. N. II.. July [il. (UP) — About 2.SOO textile workers will be discharged within the next few months when -the N'n.slmu Mainline- luring Co. curtails production liere and transfers operations to UK- South, it was announced yesterday. President Royal Uitle of Textron Inc., cprraliMs oi tin- company snid inemclenl o):erntion and hit'l labor rosts made It impossible (0 meet competition. The Nashua company, largest employer In Use oily, \vUI vncalc its mnln mill of 550003 sqnnrc feet by J:m. L. lie salcl in offering the mill for use in other businesses. He .said the present employment about 4,100 ami that the dis- avorn|;c 111 Nas- is charge of ipcrsoKntl ' will reduce the annual payroll from $8.030,031) to S5,o:O.COO. Wide loom operation will'be continued ui the Jackson Mill here, lie said, but operations in conneo- ( t!on with the weaving of narrow cloth will be transferred to Textron plants in Alabama and other Southern states. "Direct and indirect labor costs are nl least «1,OM,0(W a yenr hitrn- tr Hum they would be on .slinllui products and similar equipment in the Soulh," he saiil. adding that the average U!$e of workers Southern states Is i-o'nslderabb A giant pillar of smoke rose, in the sky after the SS Ocean Liberty. Norwegian Liberty ship loaded with ammonium nitrate blew up sea after being towed from the harbor in Brest, Franc?. Filtecn were killed and 203 seriously injured: INEA. Radio-Teiephoto from Paris.) | of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail at Miin St.. Manila, Mississ'ppi County. -The undersigned states that he is n citizen of .Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has nev- cr teen convicted of a lelony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been re- yoked within five years last past; and that the undcrsigne dhas nev- er been convicted of violating the! laws of this stale, or any other state, relating to the sale of alco-] holic liquors. R. T, Blackwood Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30 day of July, 1947. (HEAL) Jack Tipton Notary -Public My Commission expires Jan. 27, 1949. NOTICE 'Notice, is hereby . given that the undersigned will within the time fixed, by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State (ING Saturday Night 9 'til 1 '<*.-••''< - -> W ; r .^ ' r. Air Conditioned MirrbrRobfii Adm. 60c Incl. Tax start tine CORN S»my SOYA fcr mar, b e d r -b a ll a l, g prat,!, t "—- in any cereal. Sally: Good luck, Sammy—here's hoping we molte a hit here like we did in California. Sammy: What a success story we can toll. Remember how folks cleaned out the grocers' shelves in Los Angeles? They said our extra nourishment made us a real economy. Sally: And how children called for more in Pasadena? Our food value helped 'em keep on their toes. Sammy: We're a perfect pair, sweetheart. When folks in son Francisco found out how we could brighten their breakfast, we became their favorite cereal. &<*.<& way that's He^s o V-^J^b^ deV. 9 W i" ««ee 1mg °J V ^ o , , art table-Solly Corn, * ^/^crg^ous ^ ?{^%6<r THE GREATEST NAME IN CEREALS ond food value m aelicio^ly ^w. .„ Corn-Soyo stays cr ^ W ',lk, helps you awe Y ed , or The oe«- UP; and-90 'hey . m ^ ^V or ptoy. The P ^ p] rf 0 ( one ounce t.^o '^^ o( s^rbiro*^ s:?^^^- SHREDS \. :n1d a fonfercuct 1 ',v;:h union 'jllk'lal .'ity i.rvMcmn In would be s li> solllt 1 connection wills lln 1 laying off of employes. 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