The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 1, 1947 · Page 7
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September 1, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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MONDAY, SKPTKM15RK 1, 19.17 UI-YTHKVIU,K (AUK.) COUU1KR NKWS Farmer's Costs At Record High Feed Prices Soar But Produce Sells At Level for July WASHINGTON, Sept, 1. I UP) — The Agriculture Department reported today that farmers' costs hit. a new all-time peak during the montli ended A«t' 15. The Increase stemmed principally from higher feed prices and a Rcn- cral rise in farm living costs. The index of prices yald by farmers no'.v is 16 per cent above n year ago. Meanwhile, prices received by far- mcrs remained at the July level. Higher prices for feed, truck crops, meal animals and dairy products offset shaip drops in the prices of fruit and cotton. As a result, lite farm parity index jumped two per cent to a new high of 235. Parity is the measure of the farmers' expenses against his Income as compared v.'ith the lia.se period 1910-H." During 'August, farmers received 27(i per cent, ol whni they received during the base period while their expenses were 235 per cent of Uie 1910-H average. This means farm prices received still were 11 points above parity. Clothing price increases contributed most to higher August farm living costs. Household goods, automobiles, furniture and building mii- lenals also were sharply higher. Currently unsatisfactory corn prospects were chiefly responsible for increases both in prices received and prices paid for feed. Corn prices recently have been rising steadily. Slow demand for the record grape crop and a seasonal increase in shipments of apples, peais, and peaches caused most of the drop in the index of fruit prices. An eight per cent rise in butterfat prices was responsible for the larger-than-scasonal hike in dairy , prices. Butterfat prices at 73.3 cents a pound were the highest on record. The Homeless, Juvenile Division PAGE SEVEN 4-H Club Contestants Selected tor Round-Up C\Mil'i'll|.;«3V.MJ.lC, Mi., l. — Miss . -M.mley of Clmpi'l , Community, luiute 1, Cnriilhcrsslllr., will represent soulhcsat Missouri n I lie "tiooil KrooimiiK" contest In he Ktati' -I-H KOUIH|-UI>, lo be lelii In Columbia, Mo., this 1-VII. She was sclreicil (or Ihls honor at :|ic District Roimd-Up held nl m-xter. ; Several Pemlsrot County -4-11 club members were entered in the district roundup contests, and each of the entrants received a ribbon award. Miss Mjuiley was Riven n bhiu ribbon nwnrd. as wax Carl Avis or Holland. i) 0 ili were enlercil In (jood iit'omhn;. Hcd ribbuiis went to Paye Bingen- ttilh bowl-bob liairculs and smudgy faces, three yoiin 3 victims of the linusing shorlapc sil on n bench in a Chicago police Elation wondering where ihcy'll find :, home. Their parents, picked np Jalcr by police, sa.d they abandoned Donald. 1. Steven, 3, and John Gill^nic-, 2, because they could -.: „ not lind a ulace to live. Jailbreaker Caught CARUl HERSVILLE, Mo., Sept. I. — Deputy Sheriff Jake Claxtoii stated yesterday that Percy Galloway, Negro, one of two escapees from tlic county Ja'l early last week had been recaptured. Den Arnold, white man who was held for a jewelry store robbery in the south end o; ;;.- coinuy. and the other escapee along with Galloway, was recaptured only a few minutes after his escape. Victory for Navy Tax Deduction Upheld; I State to Appeal Case J LITTLE RCCK. Sepl. 1. (UP) I Pulii.ski Acting Chancellor Guy Ams- let- upheld the section of tlie 1917 1 state income tax law permlllins de- [ ductions of half of federal income taxes. Walters Dry Goods Co. of Harrison had sought lo restrain Stale Revenue Commissioner Otho A. Cook from collecting the full amount of income lux. The chancellor overruled Cook's demurrer and granted appeal to the Arkansas Supreme Court. The company said that it paid 527.290 federal tax. and filed a stale return showing a deduction of half the amount. It paid $472 as half its slate lax and charged lhat under lotal deduct ion, Ihe entire state tax would have been 5370. Tax Structure Study Proposed for Arkansas to tlir new legislative cmindl. (., the governor and to the .slate legislature. Dean Milam propo. i :ed changes li .taxation on cut-over LITTLE ROCK S( t)l I (IJP1 ' v ^l / ,i,i.^nL,viii vyn CLIL-<JVI:I [ lULOCrjalHIS study of the entire tax stnic-' real property lax assessments, mul- ture of Arkansas Is under discus-i liple taxation ol corporation prof sion by the Society of Certified: ils, difficulty of sisscN.siiig inlaiiijl Public Acccjuntanls. bin property, lack 'of a cornmunl'ty The suBt'eslion was made here properly law. and a slale use-lax. yesterday by Dean Paul W. Milam 1 . of the University of Arkansas College of business Administration. Tin- Ail society agreed to appoint a com- Future Home of Princess Badly Damaged by Fire LONDON. Sept. 1. tUP)—Historic Sunningliil! Mansion, earmarked us the future homo of Princess Elizabeth ami Lt. Philip Mountbatten; was ruined by fire early today, confronting them with a personal housing shortage 12 weeks before their marriage. The scheduled occupancy of the mansion imar Windsor by the future I queen and her husband-to-be np- | parcntly was out of the question. I Firemen said most of the 25-room ' country estate was yuUed. and damage was especially heavy in (he 10 rooms already being prepared as the royal suite. - mittee ami make recommendations tc/1 or S110.CDO.OW is from our forests by in- . hclmer mill Flveiyn Miller of IJniB- I i;:icl<H'! ( ) for their Iciini dumcnislra- Mlon on "Cliutwilni; Di-i'omliiK Col- jors." to ivuuy ciin „[ i.| 10 Qin c'lilJ for a <lcino))Ktratlon on nnik- '"H " 1''" cushion; and .to Mary ! Ev<-| V" H'eXs mul Nora lien Dudley, "'" 1 l)l Hrinyailodu, In Hie draw While ribbons went to IJIIIy Maloney mid KoljerL C'ollroll of Pascola Cor Ilielr demonstration on leaniiiK (he Air oleanei' of a Tractor." For Comp/et* Protection Against All INSURABLE HAZARDS Phone 3545 W. J. POLLARD AGENCY Glencoe Hotel Bldg. 124 W. Ash St. ABSTRACTS Of TfTL€ • REAL ESTATE LOANS . • ' •'' . TERRY 21) W. WALNUT ST , »HO«138I EILYTHEVILLE ARK. sects. decay, and disease. DOLLARS -TO DOLL UP YOUR HOME- New fixtures, new painl job, repairs — make .your old house a new home. Gel ihe cash with a F.H.A. Loan from G.C.P.C. Up to 3 years lo repay. 122 W. ASH ST. BLYTHEVIllE Phono 2923 .GENERAL CONTRACT PURCHASE, COBPORJiTIOM Due to the Change of Telephone Numbers Our Phone Number Is Now COBB FUNERAL HOME 603 West Ma in St. •Read Courier News Want Ads. SELL Your Car While Prices are HIGH! Chict Petty oriiccr John A.; Young, of Seattle. Was)]., and the U£S Battleship Iowa, won the War! Department's national trophy in-j dividual pistol nmtch at Carnp i I'erry, Ohio, by scoring 27G out of; a possible SCO. He is the lirstj Navy man to take the title in: over 40 years. i to SH ELTON Motor Company 11!) \V. Ash Dial 4 Just in Time for School THE BEST BALLPOINT PEN VALUE EVER! Guaranteed for good service! Writes up to 3 years without a refill ! 35c will repair anytime ... it metis ait guarantees of pens costing nuicn move! This is the clumcc of a liletimv fur .students, merchants—everyone! Sec it—write with it ... and you'll BUY this amazing bargain at WOOD'S DRUG STOIIE! Hurry! Supply Is i Limited RED-HOT COUPON I I This Coupon entitled bearer | to one SPECIAL BALLPOINT i PKN any day this week. No • more than one coupon ac- i copied from eacli customer. ! Only 89c J WOQIVS DKUG STORK THE NEW EAST END SHOE REPAIR SERVICE sun 112 LILLY STREET >/ 2 Block Off East Main BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS —IN THE NEW ROBINSON BUILDING ALLEN PICKARD, Owner and Operator _____ OUR WORKMANSHIP |U||V | Will Convince You That OUR MATERIALS Ijl^'jl Our Guarantees Are To Be The Finest Pvi^^nH Genuine In Both Work- You Must Be Satisfied! L!^JB^^JI manship and Materials! 'S«;SS:!«;S:8;:SsH£H:S:S-::H^^ If it is more convenient for our friends and customers to leave and pick up their shoes at P1CK- ARD'S GROCERY & MARKET, tlicy may do so, or, still better, we will pick up and deliver shoes along with your grocery order. * We Have a Large Stock of Army Surplus Clothing Including Khakis - O.D.'s — Jackets — Comforters iR:«;:n:;£K;:»B£:;«5:«H:H^^^^^^^ WE SPECIALIZE IN REBUILT ARMY SHOES By The Pair Or Quantity Prices For Resale! S BY THE HUNDRED3- 112 Lilly Street- ALLEN PICKARD, Owner - '/ 2 Block Off East Main Are You Planning to Move? We of for you tliis picco of equipment designed for. Hiifo tr:msiu>i-lulion In all types of weather. Ample Kin-nil urn pads and other equipment to insure safe 24-Hour Service on Notice BOTTOMS UP1 It's drill' 111 j;rl thai |>-;i|| WiUll- rulii' mil and pi<-|>:ur .voitrs?:f fur Hie fnliiiT, <:licck ynur sluws; tiring Iliem In for nrw Miles nr heels. rlcuultlK or dyclni;. HALTER'S Quality Shoe Shop For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm Wiring • House Wiring • Motor Repairs 9 Appliance Installation 500 N. Fifth St. niythtville, Ark. Plumbing For Sale BnlIt fu!>H, CloKcfN, Iinvninrifs, <iO" inch all-metal Acid- Itcsi^linjr Ca'-incl Sinks with doulilc drain hiiard. Aiitonmliu Oil HIH!• IClcclric- Water llejitcrs. Also Septic Tanks. All Pipe & Killings nccessjiry t« install your complete lilitlirnom. Osburn's Plumbing & Heating 1920 West Main St. Phone 875 ATTENTION GINNERS Let us supply you with all your gin needs! Wo Feature B. ,F. Goodrich Bolting ; Zi3 WEST MAIN ST. PHONE 2015 FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile ami CULVERT CO. We Deliver I'lione 691 If blue Monday plagues you on Siimliiy, call 4<17'l-4475 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS fOK KfAL see Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer I'hone 3179 Ulylheville Ark. 112 Walnut St, KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 •The Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ »f PETROLEUM Dependable 8crttra PRODUCTS

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