The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1949 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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MMM'TBM BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 29, I94» Fertilizer Plant Near Completion Clay Countians Form Company at Corning To Finance Project A Mcond fertilizer plant (or northeastern Arkansas has been assured. It w«s disclosed today, with th« announcement from Corning th»t th« Ark.-Mo. Plant Food Company h«j been organized and will operate a modern plant In Clay County. Th« Blytheville Fertilizer Corporation, which Is owned by Mississippi County men, toegan opera- tioni! here last fall with the completion of a modern, mixing plant on South Highway 61. The Corning plant will benin operations in about 30 days, it was Indicated. The principal stockholders of the Corning concern are: U G. Black. M, O. Hoffman. Earl Day and Re* Morgan, all of Corning. It is their intention lo manufacture plant foods and fertilizers based on the requirments and needs of the soils In Northeast Arkansas and southeast Missouri. Manager in Selected Not only will all commercial grades of fertiliser be manufactured bul also those grades of fertilizer as determined by a soil testing and analysis service, rendered throng] collaboration with local and count.) soil authorities. Special emphasi. will be made on the manufacture o plant foods for cotton lands. Aawclated with Hie Ark.-Mo Plant Food Co., and serving plant manager and agronomist wil b« Fremont Lange, plant food am aoll authority, who was formed manager of the Arkansas Fertilize . Company of Little Rock. His bro- I thers manufacture fertilizer in St. [ LouU, Mo. Mr. Lange has been I »a*ociated in the lertlliwr Industry for the past 25 yean. ; The Ark.-Mo. Plant Food Co plant will occupy a total floor space of 44.000 square feet and have a manufacturing capacity of S.OOO tons p*r month. The plant has been equipped with modern manufacturing (•cilitiea, conveyor belt, and mater- 1*1 handling equipment as designed bjr the Stedman's Engineering Work* of Aurora, Ind., and the Atlanta Utilities Co., of Atlanta. 50--4cre Farm Rebuilt in Day By 450 Men GENF AUTRY. Okla., April 36 f/Pj —An Oklahoma World War II /eteran who Joist B ICR in combat, odny had an 80-acre model farm— one thai wn K rebuilt by +50 men n n day. ' The men, with 75 pieces of mtvch- nerv airivcd at JaniM Crops' farm near here Wednesday. That was before daybreak. By nightfall, they !iad rehnill his house and hanis, fcncpd MIR acreage, planted a new orchard, constructed a pond, and made other Improvements. Cray;, who ts married atid the father of three, acquired (he farm Rfler .selling iiis automoliHr the ernment gave him. He hopes to Marl a dairy herd. Veterans groups, I he Arrtmore Chamber of Connnercr, machinery firms ni:d agricultural compati and ? gencic.5 cooperated in. the work Scrap Iron No Longer Scarce Item, Dealer Says PITTSBURGH. April 29 (VP|—A rKe scrap dealer .stild Uxlay the steel scrap market "doe.sn'l exist anymore —scrap Is drug on the market. 1 ' Th« scrap .source said 95 per cent of Ihf* steel producing companies are rrfu-smp to buy. visually because ol hie!i inventories. Members of ARD's Soil Conservation Committee Picked i.rrn.E nocx. April 29—on— Appointment of nn advisory committee to work with the Arkansas Resources and development Commission hi promotion of Soil Conservation was announced Wednesday. Executive Director Wayne C, Fletcher of the Commission >ald the Committee would include: Denu l.ippert S. Kills of the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture; Holli.s R. Williams, state conservationist; John L. Wright, executive of/irer of Die Production and Marketing Administration In Arkansas; Director l-'rcd H. L,»nf! of the ARD Forestry and Parks Division and J, Marlon Adams, state supervisor nf vocational education. Postmasters' Names Submitted in Senate WASHINGTON, April 39 (jf> — President Truman said today he Ls sending to the Senate the name.? of apptoximtaely 2.000 postmaster nominees He oflered 1,000 nominations yesterday and an equal number will follow later. Most of them are new nominations, he added, but many others are names submitted to the Republican-controlled BOth Congress last year and not acted on. Notice of Ullni of Application For Liquor Permit Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues <. the state of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as 117 South Second Street, Blythevllle, Arkansas. Application is for permit to b» Issued lor operation beginninj'jji'j the 1st day of July, 19*9. and to*5R- plre on the 30 day ol June, 1850. Filmore '- Glpjon, Applicant. Nickle r'n Parking Meter Entitles Circus Elephant Right to Park at Curb ARDMORE. Okla.. April 29—Wi— Two policemen wnlkinR their beats took a second look, then ran for the .statute hook. The wanted lo know If it was ICR.il to park an elephant »t the curb. The elephant, belonging Lo a carnival was left at Mie curb between cars while the owner went Shopping. The pnlicemen could find nnthinp out of order—the elephant's owner had put a nickel in the. parking meter. Cotton Chopping Costs Slashed Book of Best Pictures Of 7948 Given Truman WASHINGTON, April 38. </T\ —A »o)umi of the "great pictures" Uk«n In 1948—a book which features a picture of President Truman at *t. Lout* after his election victory in November has been presented t» the President. Sponsored by the University of Missouri and the Encyclopedia Brl- t.nnica, the book shows the President holding a copy of an early election night edition of the Chicago Tribune with the headline, "Dewey Defeats Truman." Dr. Prank I,. Mott, dean of the university's School of Journalism, and John Howe, chairman of the board of Encyclopedia Britannica made the presentation, photographer Al Muto, who look the picture of Mr. Truman at St. Louts, accompanied them to the Whtt< House. Our Farm Machinery Service ... con save you time and money HfADQUAJtriftl for Ford Tractors, p«rti and ocetitoriM DMT bom Form iquipmtnt md parti Ixp«rt i*rvic« Farming inlormatioa • .In.it wh»t u jiervlee? Here'i what ic« try to d<M Keep every Fnrd" Tr»e- tor »nrl every piece of Dearborn Farm Equipment working »t top efficiency . . . and h« Johnny on-the-spot when aciru<- thing goei wrong. Some of our lerrlce It free; some co*U only for th« purls; come requires • reasonable labor charge. But you'll find us fair . .. we wnnt to keep on mrr- Ing you for • long time. Russell Phillips Tractor Co. Allen Hardin, Mgr. S. Division St. Phone 2171 Open For Business Rollison Lumber Co. NORTH 10th ST. AND CAMP MOULTRIE DRIVE Arkansas and Mississippi Yellow Pine One Board or Truck Loads OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT IF WE DON'T HAVE WHAT YOU WANT WI WILL GET IT 0. S. ROLLISON RESIDENCE PHONE 1309 HERE'S HOW THE NEW EVERSMAN COTTON CHOPPER DOES IT • One man on a tractor chops up to 30 ocrci per day. • The Chopper replaces 25 (o 30 hoe hand]. • You tav» the time, trouble, and expense of recruiting and overseeing large groups of hand labor. • Get* first chopping done without delay and at th» right time. Saves 90% of first chopping cost! Driven By Power Take-Off Fits On Any Tractor Here's Proof! LAST YEAR 10 ARKANSAS OWNERS-PEOPLE YOU KNOW SAVED $8,457 ON THE FIRST CHOPPING! Check This List of Names • W. E. WALLACE Blytheville, Ark. • J. W. RAYDER Blytheville, Ark. • W. M. OBERST Turrell, Ark. • CLYDE BUNCH Blytheville, Ark. • CHARLES BROGDON BIjrtheviltB, Ark. • CHARLES COLEMAN Osceoln, Ark. « W. R. BROWN Manila, Ark. • NOBLE GILL Dell, Ark. • MRS. BRAXTON GILL Manila, Ark. • HOWARD PERKINS .Manila. Ark. One Owner's Personal Letter I p«1 the first Eversman Chopper to work in our fields when the plants were up about 2 to 3 inches. It was 100% successful, and, after word of Us performance got around, I had farmers from as far as fifty miles away stop to see it work. If is almost impossible to believe that any machine could do as perfect a job until if, is seen. My machine-chopped fields looked .just like hand chopping except (he work was more uniform. On 400 acres it saved me over three times its cost this year. I have owned and used other choppers so I know how much better the Eversman is. H does a cleaner job of chopping, faster and easier. There were no misses and all of the excess col ton plants, weeds, and grass were cut out cleanly and laid between the rows where we could turn them under with th« next cultivation. CHARLES LUTES Blytheville, Arkansas THE EVERSMAN Cl IOPPER IS EASY TOOPERATE This new Eversman Chopper is easy (o attach, easy to operate, and will fit on any tractor. II works like a hand hoe. Revolving cutters mounted at an angle lo the row slice through it and chop clean. Plants and weed growth chopped are taken out of the rows and placed between them where they can he turned under by the next cultivation. Set the gauge wheel on each chopping unit alongside the drill row. Then drive the tractor just as in cultivating . . . that's all. Each cutter is automatically gauged to the right depth of cul on its row so there will lie no misses in low I LIMITED SUPPLY AVAILABLE places, no cutting too deep on high places. The Eversman Chopper is driven from the power take-off . . . (here are no ground driving wheels and no slippage. You just mount the Chopper on the tractor in place of your cultivating tools. Two sizes are available ... 2 and •( row. So plan to come tn tomorrow and let us discuss in detail with you how this amazing new Eversmnn Cotton Chopper can slash the cost of manual labor. PLEASE PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW 312 SOUTH22PST. PHONE863

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