The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1949 · Page 9
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PAGE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1949 •Cotton Interests Stress Research Notional Council Seeks New Uses And Broader Market MEMPHIS. Tcnn. —May 13— A statewide campaign to enlist Ark- nnsjis cotton interests in active support of the National Cotton Council's industry-wide research and promotion program hns been an- nnoded by L. T. Bnrrhiger. cotton merchant and chairman of the council's Arkansas Unit. The need for intensified cotton research and sales effort during the year will be greater than at any time since the war. Mr. Biivriiiger said. He pointed nut that I he past year has seen (lie end of ivar- created consumer goods shortages. "Cotton, like every otber fiber, is operating in a /reel}' competitive market." the council chairman said. "\Ve will find markets for onr products only to the extent that we •xoffct tlie public a more desirable Vproduct than our competitors, and then only il we tell the consumer the facts that make cotton goods more desirable." Mr. BariitiKer likewise pointed to (lie large cotton crop of ia-18 and to prospects of even larger crop in 194D as being factors necessitating a broadening of cottotl industry's program. "Unless the cotton industry uses the tools of research and promotion to the fullest extent it is likely thai we shall again be confronted with the problem o! a substantial carryover," he said. "This can result only in the rcimposltion of New Insecticide Recommended for Control of Ants FAVETi'KVILLE, Ark,, May 13.— Homenuikers are finding that chlor- dHno. a remit) v developed Inspp- t Icicle, is effective in conlroUing nnls. according to Dr. Charles Lincoln, Extension Service entomologist. The miUeiinl mav be used to destroy nesls or to kill am* us they enter houses. To eliminate ant trouble at its source, Dr. Lincoln Is recommending (hat clilordnne be put in nests. "To do this punch a hole in the nest with a stick. Then, pour In 2 tablespoons of three |icr cent or five per cent chtordane and stamp the hole shut with the heel." The entomologist explained that ch lord RUG is somewhat poisonous and may be nb.sorbnrl through the kin. For (his reason he warnrd against gelling it on the stein, and siH;«,e.slcti washing with soap and wter after using the Insecticide U.sins du.sls or sprays along the runways of ants will kill them *>•: 'hey enter the house. Dr Lincoln said. Results are slow 'occnuse more ants keep coming* but eventual Rood control usually results A five' per cent chlordnne dust nlon£ lines where MHS ore .seen Is effective. A three or 5 per cent oil solution of chlordane may be sprayed or painted along ninwav.s ol ants. Upon drying, the residue it not conspicuous and it remains effective for two or three weeks. Pup Plugs Pipe Arkansan Arrested for Slaying in 1946 MON.ROE, La., May 13. f/I'i—Slier iff Bailey Grant said yesterday he was holding Harlan Jones. S2. ol eting quotas and acreage al- <,„,,„ '"cuing cotton's current gre.il pop- Clily Colmty ' Ark ' ularity In tlie apparel field, recent " Grant said he arrested Jones 1: , heavy expansions of cotton consumption in the bag industry, the campaign in behalf of margarine,:' and Increasing cotton exports as examples of successful examples of the cotton council's Activity In behalf of cotton, the Memphis cotton merchant said that "The organization's record Is one of ever increasing service to the industry." ) "In Arkansas where so large a part of our agricultural income comes from cotton, support of the National Cotton Council is especially important," Mr. Barringer declared. In 1917, cottoti accounted for 52 pel cent of the state's farm Income or 5241,179.000 miles north of here yesterday on warrant held by Sheriff B. O. DM ton of Clay County. Grant did no give the name of the victim. Read Courier News Want Ads. Allen Gliseh, of the Chicago Animal Welfare League, frees tlucc- week-old Kiki from > drain pipe after the dog fell through from the floor above. The puppy was trapped for over three hours and wagged his stubby tail for joy when he was returned to the arms of his grateful owner, James llager, 7. actively supported by 08.8 per cen of Arkansas' cotton gins; 65.2 pe cent of the active cottonseed oil mills: 97.8 per cent of the state's cotton warehouses: 74.3 per cent of the cotton merchants: and 27.5 per cent of the active cotton spindles. Mr. Barringer said that the council's 1949 finance sign-up campaign in Arkansas would begin immediately. He said that the campaign Cotton Income was even greater in I should have the support of all 1948. • ' cotton Interest ogranizations In the Last year the cotton Council was state. Favorable' Year For Agriculture In State Predicted Ll'lTLE ROCK. May 13. (.f;—In- dications are that 1943 will be n "relatively favorable" year for Arkansas agriculture, the Federal Crop Reporting Service said yesterday. The service said that May 1 crop estimates for Arkansas Included: An Arkansas strawberry crop of 780.000 crates. Last year's production was only 466,000 crates. a»d the 10-year (19'J8-4i) average Is 780.000. A watermelon acreage of 4,500. This is 10 per cent more than last I year's acreage, and 14 per cent ! above the 10-year average. A 15.0 bushel yield per sere In winter whrat. This yield would be lower than last year's but above the 10-year average. FREE CEILING PAPER Yes, with every purchase of sidewall and border at our money saving low prices, we will give [''REE the necessary ceiling paper. This special offer is good for jusl fhe next 10 days. Come in nnd see our complete selection of patterns and colors. E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. "Friendly Building Service" Phone 551 Blyfheville, Ark. Brooks Hays to Speafc To Cumberland Grads LEBANON. Ti-nn.. May 13. (IP)— Rci>. Brooks Hays (D-Arkl will 1> principal speaker al wncluntln .services at Cumberland Unlvmlt here June fl. Degrees will he con Icrrcd on 3[) students. Air Force Seeks Recruits Cnut. Max B. Bullor, aviatio cadet procurement officer for tt U. S. Air P'orce, will Ix 1 Iti Jone.s boro, Tuc-.sdr\y, to inlei'vic\v »ppl cfinls for 1 pilot training: hi tJifi A Force. mackovtr Union Sets lection on Bargaining S.MACKOVKH. Ark,, MH.V 13. M'I An elect Ion on » collccilve bnr- linlns iiKcul w m be held by pro- u-tlon nnd nnifutPiinnce fmployes llic Klilpiicis c»r Ulnc Coi'|x)i'»011 lu>n> May 11. The Nutionnl Labor UcliUlons oiu'il i-allnf the election At the •<liuv4 or Uirnl No. 'J'JJ of llic lii- •1'iiiitluiml Association ol Miu-hln- ,1s. Batesvill* Girl Named Miss Arkansas Traveler HOCIKHS, Ark., Mny 13. Wj-Dc i- othy MciiRi'd, H brunette seulov Ire in Hnleavllle. Is lh« University ol Aik- HUSHS' new MI.S.S Arknn.sns Truvi'I >r. Th« distinction Is nivantnl ra 'li year to nu ouLstniiillng woninu JOL r- nAll.siu Atttdet\t. Ml.« Mi'inml Is siic'lcly cilllor o[ the Arkansas Truvolci', .sliulenl Plan Founder's Day CONWAY, Ark.. May IS. M 1 )—A l-'oiiii(ler»' IJ.iy PIIKCIIIII. will be held i&tvea, at Arkunsu State Tcacheri Collate toiiiorrow. \ Miss Bobbyc Key of Wtrren hu been chosen Founder*' 0*7 Queen. You con »ave money by feeding your "babie»" on good feeds made to help keep them living and growing. Che<k these PURINA Sl«rtln«Tlm*> Spextal* LIFE AND GROWTH for CHICKS Mo«t of our customer* buy Purina Startena jevery spring. Say they never caw anything to beat it for helping chick* live and grow. Take* only 2 pound* por chick—100 pound* with each SO chick* you buy. BIG CALVES with DAIRY QUALITY Dearborn LIFT TYPE Field Cultivator really gets down and digs • Use U «h allow for eradicating weeds or mulching ... er Mi It full 9 inches deep And really churn the soil. It leaves land !» .shiipc to hold moisture and resist wind erosion. palnla lr> The Dearborn . cnn ta HHHchcd to a Ford Tractor In one minute. Hydraulic Touch Control menus easy lifting for turns nnd transport. Sec it! And remember us for expert service. Student Council Given Emphasis in Yfilson WtLSON. Ark.. May 13 — Nine members of the WHS Dancing Club put on a square-dance exhibition in the chapel program Wednescluy in the high school auditorium. The dnnc*r.i were Virginia McAfee, caller, Curtis Cobnrn, Bonnie GobJn, Ronnie Goble. Claudia Cnmpbell, Eugene Nixon. Frances Ann Pylancl, Jimmy Garctl ar.tl Mary Ryals. MiM Posie Cook, directed. G. w. Patchell, principal, gave a lalk on the good points of the WHS Student Council and the work the council had accomplished this year. Past and present council officers were called on by Mr. Patchell for talks. Patricia Campbell. president- elect, pointed out that students need to realize that the Student Council £s not just another "club". Membership carries responsibility, 1 she snid. White Dove of Peace It Replacing Marching Fee TOKYO Wj—Japanese 1'ticts a Retting lyrical Rjinli) about the country's "Flisms Sun". Novvi they stress white doves instead 01 marching feet. The newspaper "A.snhl" rprr-ntly sponsored « contest for H song to match the restored permission to fly the Rising Sun Flag. The winner of the *150 prize was a primary school teacher whose entry (one of 16.000) contained this typical rcrain: How sublime pence ts. Reflecting on the Rising Still!" Quite a contrast with Japan's jopular wartime "Pacific March", vhich went like this: Oh since the distant days of the gods The resounding marching steixs we continue. 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It *ave» •o much milk you can grow calve* for half the uiual cost. . PURINA CALF STARTENA PLENTY OF MILK FOR PIGS A *ow with a litter of pig" has a big job to do. To keep them all alive and growing Russell Phillips Tractor Co. Allen Hardin, Mgr. Highway 61 South, Blythcville. fast, she's aot to produce a lot ofmilk, And •Vie'll do a better job If you'll balance her grain with a little... PURINA SOW & PIG CHOW AT YOUR STORE WITH THE CHECKERBOARD SIGN 4493_Te1ephone—4493 L. K. Ashcraft It . . . With Klower* THE FLOWER SHOP r.lenroe Building Phone 441)1 or Z741 i Save I !• Time* Money* Lxhor! ; ! Plant Sink«rs i ACID-DELINTED ! Cotton Seed » • L. K. ASHCRAFT CO. I €hrrry * Hallroud PbnB* 44M I Rent a Camera for Color Pictures The Mtal wny to rrmtmhcr »prcUI nci'JMJonn. Also other l>[>e» nf unm- erai for rent, BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 \V. Miiin Phone 3«47 4% HOME LOANS Klliert S. Johnson Tlie Equitable Life Asaurarice Society PJionc 6^^8 Krenfng* Missco Implement Co. 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