The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1949 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 20, 1949
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY. MAY 20, 1949 County Agents To Discuss AAA 1938 Act to b. Theme Ox Extension Service Meeting in Little Rock Agricultural Extension agents and ••Wants will meet in Little Boek May ao-Jl to study national farm procnnu now in effect and that* proposed for the future, Au- brar D. Okie* .associate extension director announced this week The conference will be devoted to factual presentation of the , provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act « r*», under which far- mars now operate; its amendments for 1MI and 1960 provided in the Agricultural Ac t of 1M«; and the propoaMs recently set forth by the Secretary of Agriculture, Mr. Gates explained.' Two representatives of the De partment of Agriculture In Washington win be present to assist in csplalnmf the present 'farm program and the secretary's proposals They an liny 3 Jordre, assistant to tiM Mtetant administrator of thi Production and Marketing Admin Mntton, and John Austin Baker with the Bureau of Agricultura BDOtwtniea. » . lUpnxnUUvt* of the Arkansas Farm Bureau, the Agricultural Council of Arkansas, the Granm, thf Farmers' Union, the State PMA Committee, and the agricultural AlbrHMn Jtetfent Ark., May 30. (*) J. Harper Albrittoo of the College of oasutu School of Pharmacy has resigned to enter private bualnea*. A juccetaor has not been named Very ancient pieces of gold show a reddish color on the surface which is fold mat. 'Hopper Plague May Menace U. S. Crops This Year agencies in Arkaruu have also been Invited to attend. MMsco Leaden-to Attend Attending from Mississippi Ooun- ty will be County Agents Keith J. Bllbrey and B. E. Chandler of Bljr- theville and D. V. Matoch and William Wataon of Onceola. Several members of the Mississippi County I"arm Bureau are also expected to attend. Tilts educational program for county agents is planned so that they, as representatives of the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture Extension Service, the educational branch of the Department of Agriculture, can convey this Information to the farm people of Arkansas. •We are not endorsing or opposing any of the programs." Mr. Gates pointed out, "We will offer farmers the information so that they will know the benefits and shortcomings of each program and can make up their own minds when time conies for them to take action." During the next few months, county agents will arrange meetings in every county In the state to give all farmers an opportunity to familiarize themselves with this vital Issue. Mr. Gate* said. Great zrasshopper outbreak!—Choppers by the billions—are expected to menace crops and grasslands to wide areas from Michigan to California and Texas to Canada this year. Black areas on this map are regions where Department of Agriculture entomologist! .say infestation may be especially severe. Hatching periods start early in May in southern states and continue Uiioueb the nua- die of June throughout most of the midwest. Gardeners Given Tips on Vegetable Transplanting When transplanting vegetable!, (irdenera should get the plant* out of Iht ground with all the >oll powlble Intact, according to Mrs. Gertrude B. Kollman, home demonstration agent. Never pull a plant out of the Mil, the advlwd. ThU will break the small root> and ma; cause the plant to die. A shallow depression should be left around the plant to facilitate watering. To stimulate quick growth, use of a level teaspoonful of nitrate of soda In one fallen of water Is recommended. The solution should be poured around the plant and then covered with dry soil. Mrs. Hollman explained. To cover the plant with straw or some other mulch Is even better, she said. If the sun Is hot, shade the plant for a few days with the mulch or a wood shingle Make several plantings, she stressed. Too often gardeners plant their entire garden on one day and then wait until next year before they plant again. Through the new Palomar tele-1 the size at a scope, scientists could see a light I away. candle 0 DELTA NEWS Published By Delta Implements, Inc. $110,000 Is Found in Bank Deposits Of Stage Star Who Starved to Death Blj thtville, Ark. May 20, 1949 It will toon be time for you to sUrt Side Dressing your Cotton. We can furnish you with the John Blue Fertilizer Distributor to operate on several different make* of. tractors, both the two and four row machines. This ig one of the best Fertilizer Distributor! made. When you get ready to sow vetch this Fall you can purchase a different type'Auger and us* this Distributor for the same pubpose. Can make immediate delivery on four bar Tractor Side' Delivery Rakeii on rubber, Tractor Mowers and one-man .operated'Wire'tying Hay Baler. SEE THIS HAY BALER BEFORE YOU PURCHASE. SWEEPS—We have a good stock of sweeps of all sizes, and when you purchase IHC Sweeps, you buy the best. BUY A SET AND BE CONVINCED. See us for-your Cotton Chopping Hoes. We have a good selection and our price is right. NEW YORK, May 20—(/!>)—She. probably just forgot. That's the opinion of an attorney who Investigated the strange case of the fortune of Flora Esmond, one-time vaudeville star. A collection of Junk—old trunks, boxes, newspaper clippings—Uttered her west side flat. At the time, It was thought she died virtually penniless, except for some Qimna real estate listed In her name. But little memorandum slips In one of the trunk* was arroused the curiosity of Jnmes E. Doherty, Jr., an attorney who was named executor of her estate The allpa bore notations rich as 'N.R.-for John" and NJ. Long B. Ma." \ Finally h« decided the notes might represent bank account*. He sent out memographed lettera to several houdred banks asklnj if Flora Esmond ever had an account. News of deposits began to pour In from banks along the vaudeville circuit all over the Eastern «a: board. Doherty sent out more letters, Inquiring about safe deposit boxes, and listing names uwd by Miss Esmond on the stage—"Flora Bruce, Flora Klrton. Flora Lamph U.S.-Brazil Ties Lauded by Dutra Brazilian President Praises Friendship Of Two Nations WASHINGTON, May 30 — W Brazilian President Dutza told Congress yesterday that the "perfect" friendship of Brazil and the United States is a major prop to Western Hemisphere solidarity. ' Addressing a joint session of the Senate and House, he declared that the 120-year-old lies between the two nations are "founded upon their Identity of purpose and harmony of Interests," And he predicted they will become ever stronger In the International field. Dutra said In his prepared talk, "thl rare example of fraternal association" Is "the greatest guarantee o good understanding and comprehen Florence Bruce, slon among the other sister nation In this hemisphere." He forecast that the plaudits h has received since his arrival yes terday on a state visit will be deep! Trees Become Useful" In Predicting Weather PHILADELPHIA. Pa. (ff>)— An Industrial engineer reported here that scientists at three universities are measuring the electrical Impulses ven oft by trees to aid In weather recasting. By using a device known an electronic potentiometer to lart the electrical impulses, "the ientists have discovered that the ees react to stormdays In advance f actual meteorological disturbances, a Brown Instrument Corn- any engineer disclosed. He said the complete parallel be- .ween oncoming storms and the rees' electrical pattern was not et known, but the electrical 1m- )ulses are believed to be caused by he reaction of cosmic rays on tiie rowth cells of the trees. News 'of more dollars rolled In from points as far west as Chicago. The total by yesterday had reached One notation. •Hud me," led to a 117,000 deposit in the Hudson Trust Company of Hoboken, NJ. Most of the funds had been deposited many years 'ago, while Miss Esmond was touring at the height of her career. In her later years, she apparently had lived in deep poverty, never touching the scattered bank accounts. George Steed Appointed r.TTT.r ROCK. May 20. W)—Mayor George Steed of Pine Bluff will serve out an unexpired term »s president of the Arkansas Municipal league. He succeeds former Hot Springs Mayor Earl Ricks, now state adjutant general. Read courier News Want Adi CEILING PAPER Yes, with every purchase of sidewall and border at our money saving low prices, we will give FREE the necessary ceiling paper. This special' offer is good for just the next 10 days. Come in and see our complete selection of patterns and colors. E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. "Friendly Building Service" Blytheville, Ark. Read Court ei Newr Want Ada t or Expert PRESCRIPTION SERVICE rhone Nichols Drug Downie Named Head Of Board of Review UTTLE ROCK, Msy JO. OT — Ohlpf Deputy Prosecutor Tom E. Downie ot Uttlc Bock has been named by Governor McMnth M chairman of the State Board of Review. The board hears appeal* from decisions of the Workmen's Compensation commission. Donle. 34, and a combat lieutenant colonel during World War Two, succeeds Joe Martin of Jonesboro who resigned last week. felt In Brazil, "whose people are ever sensitive to manifestations o regard from this great nation, hel by them in such high esteem." Dutra spoke In Portugese from the speaker's rostrum of the Rouse. He paid high oratorical tribute to the democracy of the United States, which he said Is the basis of this nation's strength. "The democracy which flourishes with so much vigor In this country Is one of the signs of the high degree of civilization which you have achieved and in which respect for the law and for the rights o» others is a main factor," he said. CULVERTS CONCRETE CULVERTS—ALL SIZES * BLOCKS Rock Face — Plain — Cinder Cinder Partition Blocks Pyramid (House) Blocks & Bases Sand & Gravel • WE DELIVER • JOHNSON BLOCK CO. Hiway 61 South Phone 2380 Snakes and fish "hear" rurally vibrations in the ground 01 WHAT? A COTTON CHOPPER FOR ONLY The Appointment of W. C. 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