The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 26, 1950
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1050 Arkansas Farm Income Gained USDA Report Shows State Benefited From 1948 Sales LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 26. HP)—The Agriculture Department yesterday listed Arkansas as one at the states showing Increased farm Income In 1919, despite an estimated $115,000,MO decline In value of the slate's (arm crops lust year. The difference Is In use ol the words "income" and "value," according to Miles McPcek, agricultural statistician In charge of the U.S. crop reporting .service here. As he explained It. figure. 1 ; re- lepsed today by the Agriculture Dc- ^.irtmeut represent actual Income received by Arkansas farmers during the first II months ot 1919.« Cotton Heavy "Th»i Includes a great amount of the state's heavy 1048 cotton crop which \vas not sold until 1049." he said. "Also, the 1940 crop was in early and a large percentage of the cash income from Its sale Is Included." The figures on crop value arc the actual estimated value of crops produced during the yerir. They do not lake into consideration when the crops arc harvested or sold. In fact, some, such as hay and corn, are used by the producer and never sold. Dtspite the fact that over the 11- month period, the state's actual fnvin income v.'i\s ahove 1048, because of ooll weevils, heavy rain and declining prices, crops produced in Arkansas during 1919 were about 5115,000.000 below the value ol the 1018 crops in production and value, McPcek said. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Art for Missouri ST. LOUIS, Jan. 26—W—The University of Missouri has been given 90 paintings comprising the contemporary art collection, "Missouri—Heart of the Nation." The eift comes from Scrusgs- Vandervoort-Barjicy, Inc., St. Lonts department store. Spokesmen for the store said iSp paintings, valued at $15,000 to ^roo,000, were features of tiie store's centennial year which began this month. Although It is one of the nearest stars, Sirius Is 8.G light years away from earth. HIS BUDDIES PUT THE HEAT ON—Gas heat in (he new house he Is building cost veteran cout mince Charles Wuidickauskas of Collinsville, 111., his job, but he and his wife look over the new home proudly. Waicheknuskns, a miner 37 years, ran into trouble with his union and his fellow workers because the house is heated with.gas instead of coal. He was discharged when Ihe olher miners refused to work wilh him. Big Sum Asked For Protection Against Floods liy Gordon flrowu WASHINGTON, Jan. 20. (H'l— Where Hoods are concerned the lower Mississippi Hiver Valley is living on borrowed time, says Brig. Gen. P. A. Peringa. president of the Mississippi River- Commission. Perinfea gave his view to a House Appropriations Subcommittee wliicli made public yesterday tcstiinony on budget recommendations for flood control and river projects. 'Hie President's budget recommended $72.000.000 for llooci control work on the lower Mississippi und its tributaries in the year starting July 1. Perinea testified as to planned expenditures. Last year Congress voted SG7.0UO.OOO. Feringa said the S12.000.000 budget figure contemplates $57,000,000 for construction and 815,000.000 for maintenance work. The construction money, he said, would include: Main Mississippi River: levees Memphis Belle to Get A Final Resting Place MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Jan. 26—WA Memphis war hero at last appears to be setting a permanent home. The veteran is the gallant old flying fortress "Memphis Belle." Given a hero's welcome by its namesake city in 1916, the plane become an unwanted relic until "adopted" by a local American Legion post lust year Mayor Watkins Overtoil said this week that the city will assist the Legion by constructing a trianglc- shaped foundation on which the heroic B-n will be placed. The plane will be sealed and covered with H coating to protect it from the weather. The flak-scarred bomber will be the centor-piece in a memorial which will include relics of World War II. S7.000.000: bank stabilization works 525,000.000: Memphis harbor $2.000.000: mapping $245,000. Work on tributary rivers: St. Francis Hiver $510.000; lower Arkansas niver $240,000; Ynzoo River basin—reservoirs 511,115,000 and local protection $2,275,000. Whir: K:mse The biosphere, or region of Die earth in which organisms are found, extends from about 15,000 f-tct below the surface of the ocean to more than :«>.000 feet above the earih, according to the ttucylco- 1'etiia Britannica. FFA Camp May Become Model Farm With Shops LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 26—t-1'/-A long-term Improvement plan to turn Arkansas' Future Formers of America cnmji near Hot Springs into u model farm with modern workshops will be discussed by two eroui>s today. A. B. Bonds, commissioner of education, said that, the executive committee of the FKA will meet (his afternoon at the Arkansas Trade School In Ltttle Rock. Plans to make Camp Couchdale Into a model farm And an improvement plan to be worked out on a 10-year basis, will he discussed. The commissioner said plans for the -permanent improvement of the camp—devised by the Soil Conservation Semccs, the Arkansas Resources and Development Commission and olher state departments will be considered by 20 vocational agriculture instructors t\l another meeting in Malvern today. relative to the en\e of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be Iwiert for operation beginning on i the 25 day of January, 1050, and to expire on the 30 day of Jimc, 1050. Christine Trammell, Applicant Subscribed and sworn before inc this 25 day of January, 1950. Mrs. Miushnll niackard (SEAL) Notary Public My commission expire.?: 3[053. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed wiih Ihe Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 1123 S. Counly, Arkansas. The undersigned states that h« U a citizen ol Aa'kaji.siis, ol good moral character, that he has new been convicicd of a felony or other other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell Uccr by the undersigned ruts been revoked within five years l.-ul past; and that Uie undersigned lias never been convicted of violating Ihe laws of this state, or any other stale, How To Relieve Bronchitis Ctcotnvil si on relieves promptly Cocaine ii xocs rl^lii to I fie seat of ihc (rouble '" help loosen ami expel jjcrm laden plifc^m and aid nature to sooilic acid lieat raw, lender, jnllained bronchial mucous nifmhrant'i.Tt'li yonrdruj-^ist to sell you-a boiilc of Creomulsmn wild the niufcrsia ruling you must like the way it quickly allays [he cou^U or you are lu have your money back, CREOMULSION forCoughs.ChestColds.Bronchitii NOTICE JANUARY 3Ut is th« last day to purchase Ci*w Auto and City Truck License Plates to avoid payment of the penalty. All unpaid Privilege Licenses and Garbage Fees are past due, and should be paid immediately, CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE W. 1. MALIN cnra CLEBK Rxperl, Tcrsonaliieri Service to M«t the Need* o( the Mid-Soulh for— • HANGER LIMBS BRACES — TRUSSES Scientific Supperf5 Complete, modern shop; graduate .men ainct women technicians. Come in for correctly designed prosthetic and suryical appliances—and expert, interested service, C. O. SHODDY, Manayir — CmttUltd TcchnJchm Memphis Limb & Brace Co. 927 Madison Avenue Phone 37-1552 A »>»• Slrlf Kul nt K»plkl,1; Arnx Iron , n, R^H f .,v ILASTIC MOSE-AKCH S U P P O • I S-C « N I i-C « U I C H I » SPREAD THE NEWS! SHOP BLYTHEVILLE STORES FOR VERY SPECIAL VALUES TODAY FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY ICKARD'S 1044 GROCERY & MARKET West Chickasuwba , Phone 2043 Fresh, Tender DRESSED HENS • •»39c Lean, Meaty End Cuts PORK (HOPS - - - »• 39c Swift's Brookfield LINK SAUSAGE • - M9c CHEESE • •» 39c Full Cream Swift's Premium Tender Chuck BEEF ROAST --••'•-< 59c Fresh, Mealy Picnic Armour's Slur SHOULDERS „, 29 C PIG FEET ,„.,„, IV Meaty, Tcniler I.ibby's, No. 1 can CURED HAM HOCKS 29 COOKED BRAINS 29 Kvcrgood & ,lnaii of Arc Sweepstake .lack CHILI & BEANS ^ ,„ 49 C MACKEREL 2 Si 35 e Famous ready-to-eat Biscuits BALLARD'S. 2 cans Delicious Chocolate Syrup Borden's 13oz,glass19tf Crack'n Good FIG BARS.. ib. box 29c Jack Sprat SOUR PICKLES. Of. 27< Colonial Pure PEACH PRESERVES. Ib. jar 16* Ground Fresh While You Wait Bakery Treats Our complete selection includes freshly hakcd Cin- nnmon [Jread, Fruit Coffee Cakes, French Hreari, Rye Bread, Layer Cakes, long .AngeJ Food Cakes, and Salt Rising Bread. FRESH COFFEE • ' 35c Vacuum-Packed Coffee Jack Sprat, for pies MAXWELL HOUSE 79 CHERRIES 2 Del Atonte Kraft, Quart Jar SALAD DRESSING 55 PEACHES I'riiie nf Illinois CORN 2 Try Me Jlrand CUT i\o. 2 Cans Cans Colonial Pure Preserves cans 25 C STRAWBERRY Lb . Jar 29 C N ' Del Monte, 3D3 Size GREEN BEANS 2 cans 29 BOYSENBERRIES .. 27 Del Monte Whole, .'{03 Si/.e Crystal White SMALL POTATOES 15 C SOAP 3 nars 17 C COLOREDOLEO n 39 P&G Famous laundry soap 17 C Urookficlt! or Susav Creek BUTTER i. h . 69 C H gets the dirt LAVA SOAP .... 3JS25 C Fine Quality Bleach PUREX 45* Full Gallon Duz, Oxydol, Rinso, Super Suds TIDE 950 Ige. Boxes

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