The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1949 · Page 9
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1949 •LTTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COUHIEB NKW« PAGE NINB Soybean Festival Set for Oct. 12- 15 Portageville Jaycees Announce Plans for Annual Exhibition PORTAGEVILLE, Mo., Aug. 19— Endeavoring to exploit the soybean, the Porlagevillc Junior Chamber of Commerce will stage its annual National Soybean Festival and Exhibition In Portageville October ISIS. The four-day festival will fea- iture exhibitions showing the many -uses of the bean and processes of its cultivation and harvesting. This Informative phase of the festival will be tied in with a football game, carnival, parades and the crowning of the National Sovlican Qi'cen on October 14 The Soybean Queen contest will be open to all single women over the age of 16. Tn keeping with requests of the Treasury Department, the Jaycees will make awards of savings bonds to winners in the Soybean Queen Safe Sewage Disposal Urged In Rural Areas At a time of outbreaks or such diseases as polio, farm people should realize the importance of sanitation in respect of health and well being. One of the problems of sanitation Tor rural families U having a sale method of sewage disposal, Home Demonstration Agent Mrs. Gertrude B. Holman pointed out. On farms without running water, a recommended method is the construction of a sanitary pit privy. Approved plans may be obtained I from the North Mississippi County ! Chester C. Davis To Address State Farm Leaders FAYE'ITEVILLE, Ark., Aug. 19. —Chaster C. Davis, president, or the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and om-time leading policy-maker in national agricultural circles, will be featured speaker at a banquet on the University of Arkansas campus August 23, Occasion will be the three-day conference of farm leaders on "Conservation of Human and f> ? aiural ftejcmrfos," oepning on the afternoon oC August 22.More than 300 of the Stale's leading [armevs and ag ricultural workers will gather to discuss ways and means of achiev- contcsu . ., . The winner will receive S500 carry a product more refined and Approved plans may be obtained I lng , better-balanced agriculture. _ . . . „ ^ I Sponsors ot the conference are the Extension nfllce in Extension Ser- Ullims!t , of Avkansas; Arkansils vice Plan No. 71030. | P(wer a ,, d Ughl company . c E Care anrt maintenance or privies Palmer Ti-xarkana newspaper pub- arr- important, too. All privies re- Usher: R. A. Kern, of Little Rock; (lliire p'-riodic attention Seals and . n n d ihc Mississippi Vallcv A.-socla- covers should be washed weekly I lion, with soap and water or with disinfectants .such as cresol. pine oil and hvoochlorite or chlovlde of lime. These have rieodoranl properties anri are available at most grocery or drug stores. Druggists generally U.S. Storm Warning System Ready For Annual Invasion of Hurricanes while second and third places will be civcii S200 and $100 respectively. The group which sponsors the winning entry wiH receive S200 bonds. All entries for the contest must be turned In to the Junior chamber at Commerce not laler that September 20, consequently with a higher price. The Davis address Is scheduled for the evening of August 23 in the Student Union ballroom. Once a newspaper editor, Davis entered live agricultural field early and in 1921 became Montana's first StiUe Commissioner of Agriculture. He joined Ihc -staff of the Illi':ois During the fly season fly atid > Ajrticultur?} ^.ssociation In 1025 iseason with the mast efficient communications. ••'• • ' J *- and eisht'vears later was called! storm warning set-up ever devised, an emergency i mosquito esgs win be dc 11 pouring half a pint of New Managing Editor Named at Pine Bluff PINE "5LUPF, Ark., Aug. 19. l/Ti —Victor K. Ray. farm editor, today \va.> named managing editor ol the Pine BluEf Commercial, effective immediately. He succeeds Silas T. Dunn, Jr. Ray Ins been connected with (lie Commercial since last October. He destroyed by ; crude oil, crankcafe oil. fuel oil, kerosene, or borax solution a pound powdered bovax dissolved in about 10 gallons of water) over the contents of the pit. Thk should be done about once a Tveek. Odors from privy pits and vaults to Was' in«ion by President Roosevelt to help set up the original Agricultural Adjustment Administration. Less than a year later he be- eame administrator of the far- flung national farm program. In 1936, Davis became a member of the Bo:<rd of Governors of the lie reduced by covering the Federal Kf.'erve System, where he contents with dry earth .ashes, or sawdust, she explained. These mate: ials rill up the pit rather quickly, but can be used where other deodorants are not available. was formerly editor of a weekly newspaper at Wynne. Designed for 2-plovv tractors! r ^®* h reasons for selecting DEARBORN-WOOD BROS. COMBINE 1—Straight-through balanced design 2—6 ft. cut. Straw-walker type rack 3—Oversize cylinder; quick speed changer 4—Easy adjustments 3—Finest construction. Priced right served luT'i he assumed his present ;x>sl in 1941. He was the agricultural representative ori the seven- man National Defense Advisory Commission in 1940-41. and went DISTURBANCE IN THK C'AUIIIBEAN': A Navy lu-.illif!iii.in |il"ls (lit course of a hurricane through the (.'aritiiiran SIM. First hint nl an nncDinijii slorm ma.v come from a ship at sia or a coinmen i:il airliner. By Douglas t.arsen * Bermuda and Puerto Rico. NEA Staff Corrcsp lent I All Information on hurricanes I WASHINGTON —(NBA1— uncle coordinated in Miami. In case i is ready for the 1949 hurricane severe storm slioulil wreck Miami' Washington lln sub-center whlcl Navy. Air Force, Civil Aeronau- would act as the coordinating point tics Administration and the U. S. It is the responsibility of tin Weather Bureau have pooled their Weather Bureau to give out the of equipment and talents. They are aiming at preventing a single loss ot life this year from tropical storms, anil at keeping property damage at a minimum. An area of sea off tlifi southeastern const of the U. S. nnd over the Gulf of Mexico, roughly 3000 by 1500 miles. Is now under 24-hour-a-rtay xvatch. The most modern radar, seUmo.araphlc and j other xventher Instruments, plus back to Washington In 1943 to serve j hmK | re(Js ot a i rp !anes, flcial warnings to residents ill an area which is threatened. This Is (he sixth year airplane hnve been used for this work. Enc Proved In * gr«»t vsriety of crops, in light end he>«iry yitldi, under gnod and bnd Held, crop and neither condition!. Se« ns for complete tnfontinrlon on this great combine. Genuine parts, expert service on Ford Tractors and Dearborn Implements. Russell Phillips Tractor Co. ALUEN HARDIN, Mgr. S. Division St. Phone 2171 a short tcvm as War Food Administrator. HP was chairman of President Truman's Famine Emergency Committee in 1S46. and a member of tho Citizens Food Committee and he President's Committee on Foreign Aid in 1M7. are being ' useO In this work. \ rhe official hurricane season is J.me 1 through Nov. 30. The center of the season, however, during which the most violent slorm unlly occur, Is between Aug. 10 and Sept. 20. First news, of a developing tropical slorm usually comes from sncn sources as ships at sea, commercial airlines, CAA and Weather Bureau stations, long range radar or the PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 19^/Tj- Navy's mlcroselnmle •.„, „ Bootblack Jim Riley helleves it plcks llp Mrth ,, nd sea tremor5 pays to advertise in a big way. j CB r 5e d by air disturbances. A sign on his sidwilk stand. These reports locate Hie storm re f ds: , ...... . , ., ,, I approximately. Then Nnvy and Air Pedal habiliments artistically lubricated and illuminated with an ambidextrous facility for the infinitesimal remuneration of 15 cents." Boy Bootblack Believes It Pays to Advertise The Mormons set up and operated 1852. a blast furnace In Utah in ?'orce hurricane patrols fly into the teeth of the gale~in an effort to locate the "eye." Only when the eye Is found can the correct path, speed and direction of the disturbance he plotted. Awards Totaling 380,000 to be Offered 4-H'ers forty-five business concerns and 'Ivate citizen* are offering $380,000 4-H incentives this yen; through : National Committee'on boys id Glrlir club Work, according J G. L. Noble, director. This amount will be presented to II boys and girls wiio have oul- undliig records of accomplishment i 28 arcric-ulturrtl and home econ- mlcs urograins arranged by the atlonal Committee and supervised •• the Cooperative Extension Serce. Awards range from county iccliils to college scholarships ome 1.800.000 members In 80.000 -II Clubs from 46 states—plus Al•ka, Hawaii and Puerto Rico—may <ke part In the activities. Climaxing the year's events Is the, Valkmal 4-H Club Congress lo be 'Id In Chicago, Noxcmbcr 27 to December 1. An estimated 1.500 Kinbcrs, Accompanied by leaders nd olhnr 4-H worker*, w'jll alt.'nd lid receive well-earned recognl- iun. Nearly 150.000 county medals vnl- icrt at SIOO.OOO are offered to the mblllous 4-H'ers. State and sec- ioiial mcnrds, which Include trips o the Chicago Congress. U.S. Sav- nys bonds nnd gold watches, aniout o over $180,000. National winners nmounccd at the congress arc "liable 'o receive scholarships to- almg *4CI.MO. Hi addition, there arc cash prizes and other benefits nm- iiinting to nearly $50.000. Tile 4-H programs and donors ol awards Include: National 4-H achievement. Or. A. M. Witherington Resigns Ouachita Post ARKADELPHIA. Ark., Aug. 19— MV-Dr. A. M. Witherington, head oj Ouachita College's Department of Education for 15 yeius. has resigned, effective Sept. 1. He will become dean of the University ol Corpus Chrlsll In Texas. Dr. S.W. Eiilianks, Ouachita president, said a successor lo Dr. Witherington had not bee .selected. Manhole Covers Selling Like Hot cakes Out West DENVER, Aug. 19. </P,— Manholt covers are selllnu like hotcake* In the Rocky Mountain region. "That means building Is booming too," said Harold N. Grimes, machinery company executive. The $32 models are selling bellei than !he J20 model, he added. That's another prosperity note. Head Courier News Want Ads. HURRICANE PORTRAIT: t blir storm, rushing- towardi Florl ria.. has Its picture taken nn a radar screen at the V. S. Naval Air Station, Key West, Fla. year the technique has been improved, resulting In the present stage of better preparedness. Two new flight procedures were developed last year, and will be used this season. Navy filers discovered that most hurricanes have a narrow back door, through which Bull Sheds $30 Worth Of Weight During 13-Mi. 'Hike' to Packing Plant FOND I,U LAC. Wis. Aug. 19-f/Ti —Joe King left tor market yesterday with a 1.600 pound bull but pot paid for only 1,410 pounds That'll teach Joe never again to walk a bull to town. King lives in the town of Empire That's 13 miles overland to the packing house. Joe has a'truck but decided lie and the bull would liool it. "It was kind of cool," he said "And It seemed like a good Idea at the time." Six hours and 15 minutes later Joe and the bull arrived at thi packing house. Tlie packing house paid King $274.05. The bull lost 190 pounds en route. That cost Joe about J30 to say nothing of the wear am tear on his disposition. "I'll learn," said Joe. Add pcim«ncnt comfort «nd good Joolti (o yout dom. witd SLATS-O-WOOD • wninsi. Tailored to fit Irit dciljn of your fiou>«; tkiy lit Itillng » ih« fine wood ol which ificy'n mijt. No r«ttlt, no btnatrt], no "upi «nJ down>" — lor ihty are buill Into your home to day. Without obli3*tion, our designer will jivi you an eitimile for then cuitom built «wnin?«. Pkon« lot Ail free lervict. SlATS-Q-WQBQ DEAL'S PAINT STORE 109 East Main Phon. 4469 This method gives about a 24- hour advance notice of where a. hurricane will hit the shore. It (s j pilots can fly Into the eye~nmt cn- WorXer bees are lemals In which i [his warning which U so vital to I counter practically no disturbance x functions have not developed. I saving lives and property. Air Force fliers also developed Main base of the Navy's filers' a system of flying a complete this work Is Miami. There * square around the outside of • DUPONT House Point itself! Du Pont f40 Outnirl* Whit* HOUM Paint k*ep> your houaa looking "frethly painted" for yuan! S«« th« label for full description of "atlf-cleaninf" action. In S Gallon Cans John Miles Miller Co. D. C. Freeman, Conlracto 123 W. Ash Phone 200 are also hurricane patrols out of •ol». Fla.. Corpus Christi, Tex., and other hasen. Air Force planes also use Miami as well ».i storm, and, by ploltiiijf diagonal bncs ttuouph their squared route on M map, the rye of the .slorm L 1 - fixett where the line* intersect. Most Buyers of $300 Suits Are Nuts, Super-Expensive Tailor Concludes By Frank ritmai DENVER, Aug. Id— tp>— Ninety percent of the customers who buy *300 suits are nuts, tailor Sam Wrintraub says. Sam proclaims hi' makes "the most fashionable clolhei in the world." Men who telephone their | orders from New York. Chicago, San Francisco and other cities give support to hU claim. Sam's cheapest suit jells for IZIO and some customers pay AS much a.i $700 for a vicuna (fine wool) overcoat. The reason for his success, Sam told an interviewer. \s this: "You run Into big money and the first thing you want to do is be original. You don't want to be like everybody else anymore. So you don't just wear a store suit. You wear Weintraub. They're nuts!" In detail Sam explained: "I got a customer, a lawyer, must make a fair salary. He gets divorced and now he conies to me for three suits. He's got a stomach, no chest and he's chsslnj after a. girl In Chicago. All he wants to do Is cover this thlnj here (Sam points at his stomach). He's mi la." Sam says he wants his patros "lo look a certain way. Most men are big stomached, flat chested, disfigured. But we want our customers to look Just so. We don't guarantee nothing—but style we give him." If you're flat chested, big stomached or disfigured (and got 300 ; bucks) don't rush lo the 'phone and J expect Sam to take your order for I a hand stitched stilt. 1 You need enough dough for three of them. Thats the minimum order. "I lose money on just one nuit— no matter how much 1 charge," Sam said. "I love this business." Sum added appreciatively. "I'm crazy about 11." BANK ON YOUR BANK Non-Shrink Process D«y*Wop«<f tor Wool NEW YORK. Alia. 19 f.il'.-Soon the girls can wash their wool sweaters and their mcnfolks' wool socks, and next day expect lo find both just as shapely as ever. Woolen garments, shrinknce-con- trolled and washable, shortly will appear In department and specialty stores throughout the nation. At least, that's what cluctt. Peabodv fc Co.. promises us today. The company says at last It has found the way to do for wool that It already has done fort cotton and rayon It calls the new non-shrlnkagf process lor wool Sanforlan. Garments to he offered for sale this fall include sweaters, socks wool robes, men's wool sport shirts .--lacks, women's skirts, Infants wear and yard goods. The Cluett. Penbody firm pioneered In fabric shrinkage controf 20 years aw when It Sanforized cotton garments. It brought out Sanforsct [or rayon garments IE months ago. And now it has San- forlan for wool. Tre roots extend out- beynnd the i branches of the trrr anrt nftrn j they are twice as long a> the height' ' of the tree. I Read Courier News Want Ads. •we PURINA S NEW HIGH-ENERGY PLUS ... THINK ji <) /»> I'LL TRY SOMP . ' \\':/M from Your Puriim Dealer IIHXXX5 EXTRA from O •tW! PMHM MM BKICV UYMC CHOWS Plus Purina extras that maV« thw« new laying rations th« best in Puti&a history. Put your laying flocks on Purina thi* year. 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