The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1934 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1934 BLYTHEVII.LE, (ARK.) COUKIEU NEWS First Good Crop For Orchard Men In Arkansas Since 1931 Smiles at Death In Gas Chambet PAGE THUEl'. LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 23. lUP>— Happy Arkansas ]>each growers are gathering the last of their $1,000,000 crop. By the enil of the week more than 2.000 carloads will have left the state to complete llic season. It was the first good crop since 1931. Last year growers salvaged 7f cars from' orchards hit by a hit' freeze. With dry weaiher laklni its toll in the last weeks o! the growing season this year the crop was estimated at 70 per cent of normal. Orchardists have received $1.10 to $2 a bushel for t::eir fruit. With those prices and a record yie'ci they're fcappy. 5\3r four weeks long trains of refrigerator cars have sped out of Arkansas to Mid-eastern and Kastern markets. Railroad men have worked day and night on j>i>ecial schedules moving the frtii. Truckers have taken their share of the hauling but the Missouri-Pacific railroad has handled most of the peaches. Long trains formed at Nashville in. Southern Arkansas where switch engines pulled loaded cars frcm tracks running through the world's largest peach orchard. Puffing thru the 14.500-acre orchard originally owned by Bert Johnson, the engines lined up the loaded cars at Nash ville where they were iced for their dash to t're markets. The big orcVafd, now known as il'.e Highland Orchard, is nude: several ownership titles. Missouri-Pacific already hna moved 1,177 carloads out ol the Nashville area and [here are a few mere to go. Col. H. J. Hix, assistant lo ,'in plan of river Improvement i.nnd protection, but the defense I [produced testimony tending to [show the eiosion in (his .section 1 had been so slight Hie past several years that the levee wonUl be needed in thai frclion for ly 20 years. i Counsel fur Hie levee district Missouri Court Denies Con- sMe lh!lt mollcl > <">' " "? w tl1 '' 1 find appeal will lie made imnu-dl- IN IDE IIEIS demimtioii o( Cottonwood Point Laud alely. HII.UKU5. Mont. lUl'i—Mother Nature has her seasons slightly CATIUTIIERSVILLE, Mo., Aug. jmlxnl, Judging from n crabappfe 22.—After di'libeinliriy several days, tree In the Hillings orchard ol over testimony produced last weck'uarnum 11. Torrence. The tree Is circuit Jud?e John E. Duncan, .spoiling blossoms and rl)» fruil vcsterday handed down a ilccls- ion which Is of Jtreat imiwrlance, locally. II has to do with the condemnation of real pro[>erty for public use, and was the outcome of n Milt biou^ht against certain property in the Coltonwood Point com- on the same branches. niunily by Iho si. Francis l.evee nislrlrl of Ihis and New Madrid and; romilies. The levee district sought; Whereas, we lo Ret this land on which to con- 'atrm-t a loop levee. Defendants in jthc mil were several properly j owners who had not accepted the offer of the district for that prut IX MKMOKIAM ?.n THAT: Whereas, God in His Infinite wisdom hns seen fit to take fro.nl this world and from our midst. Ihe bright happy soul of Tommy] Rowis, (hat He luid given him JK-.llI, ill Arm..,;,-s Ml,:,! ,;as | o( , |lf . (r |a|u , nw , eK!1| . y (o ,„. l]SO(1| .•IL ,::ii,n An,..,i i.n>- LOUIS .,. j a])[1 w|]0 | 01lg i lt „,,, condemnation .'.'••'" lv "- i,"i' f ' . ,''" v'" "TOcecdiiiKii on the ground Hint ill in AsU'i'kl, L. 1.. U > k*il him JJi^ilM.j: :••, shown lii'vu i:i a ('iici'nnl niu*>J in lii.s death cell, was coii'.-ti-lnl of .slaying l(al]iii lir.rt, ^ IIJIKI, Ariz.j prod- Carl Baskin Member oi Missouri Pharmacy Board: the levee- proposed to be built will not be Deeded lor protection of farm lands (or n period of per- haos 20 years. The decision was rendered in favor of the defendants. the line's said. general sui>criiUcMje.nt I The Crowley Ridge area of Eastern Arkansas, hardest hit by thr drouth in Ihe last weeks of tr.e sea- fcn, will s'lip only 200 of its predicted GCO-car crop. Hix said. His line lias moved 107 cars and -10 more are expected from the Ritee this week. Smaller railroads and trucking lines have carried the rest of the Arkansas crop. Carksrille, in tr.e Northwestern part of the state, shipped about 500 carloads. A few early peaches were shipped the laat of June. The Elber- tas, principal variety, ripened a week or 10 'Says late to opjn the season July 22. Quality was not. as good as usual hut demanded a I good price due to worse drouth con-1 ditlons In other fruit states. For two months before the s?a' son refrigerator cars were assemble here, ready to be senl to the orchards. Each car holds about 421) buchels of peaches. Residents of tte peach country picked most of the fruit. A few ilineranis were employed bm nol In numbers used during th strawberry season. Growers saved the cost, of picking by doing it themselves or sharing the work with their neighbors. As the season closes the orc'n- &rdists are smiling for the firs! time in three years. The decision Is unusual, and those Closely alfiliated with court history here, sav il is Ihe first in lh" history ol the state. The decision causes a number of ! romulicalions here. The govern| ment some time ago let the con! Iract for this specified loop sec- CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Aug. i Mon to a New Orleans constrnc- 32.—Carl .1. naskin, of Hayli. lias. tion company. .Machinery has al- been named by Governor Park as ready IJCLMI moved here, and cer- ti member of the .Stale Uoard of | lain preliminary Mcps of the work Pliaiuiiicy lo succeed W. C. Ben-I already heenn." Bui the decision IIT. of SI. Jo:e])li. whose term of | halts further construclion on nffice has expired. Members ol; bnildini! the levee, and places out iLs bna:-:l fire charaed with ro-; o f.work a number of local labor- sponsibllity of passing upon ap-iers who had been hired by llic r,f Mudenis of phnr- New Orleans contractors, licenses or diplomas to | Tins levee loop is part of (hr- nil loved Tommy 'or his bright clicerlnl life, tind his niselfiiU loyalty, and for Ills faltli- :ulness to our Sunday School department, and; Whereas, we realize to sranc small extent how much his lass will mean to his family, and how much we will miss him. and; Whereas, we the membi-r.s of the Intermediate ncparlmcnl wish to express to Tommy's family and loved ones our sympathy In their eat loss. Therefore let il be i evolved thai; we hereby express our sorrow because of Tommy's death and offer onr sympathy to his loved ones, and pray Ood that lie may comfort Ihem in Ihis hour of sorrow. Be it further* resolved that copy of these resolutions IM? rent lo Tommy's family, a copy he spread upon the miputes of this depailment. a copy be given the General Secretary for the general records of our Sunday School, and plications inacy foi a copy News. practice their pvofession. be sent lo the Courier Intermediate Department, Mcthodlsl E. Clunch, South. Pies. Homer Smith. Secy, .Sura Jo Little. ivliss Lcona Rosenblatt To Wed Mr. Ely Saphinn I CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Aug. J 22. -At. a bridge luncheon at the Mcadbrook County Club at St. I I.ouis, Ihe engagement of Miss! Leona Rosenblatt, of Washington. | Mo., and Mr. Ely Suphian of Caruthersville was announced. No date was set for (he wedding. Mr. Saphlan is manager of the Famous Department Store in this city. Woman llakril Self | n Dcith ALMUHECAR. Spain (UI'> — dementia Diaz, 22, temporarily insane, committed suicide by placing herself in a bakery oven. 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