The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 2, 1949 · Page 9
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, September 2, 1949
Page:
Page 9
Start Free Trial
Cancel

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Blanket of Green Plan Underway Acreage Controls Gives Emphasis to Cover Crop Program A prospect of acreage controls on cotton ami corn In 1950 has placed extra emphasis on North Mississippi County's Blanket of Orcen program now underway (or tile fourth straight year. County AKCIU Keith Bllbrcy said that, Arkansas' Blanket of Green *oal this year Is 1.000.000 acres of H»ie green growing crop on the iimcl tills winter. North Mississippi non nly farmers sowed 400.000 pounds of winter legumes last fall and lie said the Soils Management Committee expects the seeding to rea'-h 500.000 pounds this fall. "These winter.Icgrme cover crops add nitrogen to the soil, prevent winter leaching of plant food and when- turned mule- In the spring, add valuable organic matter to the soil," Mr. Bilbrey said. Legumes that, are recommended for North Mississippi County .include: hairy vetch and Doark vetch. Austrian winter peas, bur clover, and crimson clover. Adapted small Rrains include rye. barley, wheat, and some out varieties. A combination of winter legumes and small grains are often grown In this county and It is almost an exclusive practive west of Big Lake, Mr. .Bilbrey Indicated. Seed Production . Urged Production of winter cover ; crop seed may offer ->rr- farmers in this county another good use for land that may , be diverted from cotton and corn crops by acreage controls. "This is particularly tnie in the area west of Big Lake.' he said, "because the sandier lands appear to be more adapted to « satisfactory seed production. Last year North Mississippi County Imported nearly $80,000 worth of winter legume seed grown In other -aunties, and a larger part of this •pi'.and could be filled In future "years by seed grown in the county. Doark vetch Is a neu- variety recently developed on one of Arkansas' experiment station/;. It has some of the characteristics of hairy vetch, Including winter hardiness, but Is a much more prolific pro-; ducer of seed.-," . • ; i "Several Doark vetch plots are' being established In the county this year for the first time in an at- tcmptita^iyiake....vetch seed production more * profitable and succes's- lul," Mr. Bilbrey. said. The first successful Ironworks In North America was built In Massachusetts on the Saugus River between Boston and Salem. Army Surplus WE SELL IN JOB LOTS • Mattresses • CoU • Comfort» • Blankets W« Bay Good Used Clothing ANDERSON , SHOE SHOP & r CLOTHING STORE il« E. Main Blytherllle TO tXHIBTT POUI.TKV—Man- uel Guerin, n. of Lakeside near'Hoi Springs plans to enter 50 of- Ills New Hampshire Reels in tlic coin- Ing Tenth Annual Arkansas Livestock Show. Manuel is the only FFA member In the state who holds the Oold Emblem Poultry judeeship which he won at last year's national FPA judging contest at Waterloo, Iowa. Social Security Credits Necessary To Obtain Benefits "Bought ami paid for but not received." Those were the words used by L. E Bradford, manager of the Jonesboro office of the Social Security Administrati---. to describe uhat happens when a worker jails to show his social security card to each new employer. "When the end 'of a calendar quarter rolls around." Bradford continued, "the company has lo make its report of social security numbers, names, wages, and taxes. If you have shown your social security card to your boss, your name and number wilt be shown correctly, and you will have that much more to your credit in your old-age and survivors insurance account." Social security claims are based :i what the records show. Wages that are not credited can't be used in determining whether a worker is Insured. And wages that weren't credited won't fatten the monthly benefit checks^-."Since employees reap the benefits of social security, while your employer gets nothing but the job of keeping records, paying the tax and making the reports." Bradford concluded. "I urge you to show your card to him the first day you report on > new Job. By doing this, you not only help him, but you will protect your own social security account. Ohio Republican Plans Senate Race for 7950 WASHINGTON, Sept. 3— {IP}— Republican Senator Talt says he's not a candidate for the 1952" presidential nomination—and the only thing he's got his eye on is the 1850 Senate race in Ohio. He said that he expects to spend the next three or four months louring his home state to 'tell them why I voted for this and that." He is running for re-election in Ohio next year. tne Quality Combine . consider tfiese features: Simple Design — No complicated drives r-u [ Jeweled. Every bearing a boll or roller Quality Construction — Higher resale values rjrov. thi. Aurjer type harvester with O.recf forced feed lo cv mrf.r Over 10 feel of Separating length. cylinder. Rugged — Dependable — Has Ihe stamina to slonrl In™ without time consuming breakdowns. '° PS Independent structural sleel shockproof frame Urop forged steel reversible cylinder bars U"er 45,000 satisfied owners. * praclical combine — every farmer can afford Available in socker or groin bin models. Ask for a Free 1>emonslrali nn JACK ROBINSON IMPLEMENT CO. 500 East Main Blytheville Former Ball Player Takes Post With GOP WASHINGTON. Sept. 2. <AP) — A former professional baseball player who quit the game in Hie eai'ly thirties for a political career took o;-er a $20.000 a year Job today as executive director o( the Republican National Committee. He Is 47-year old Alberl B Hermann, of Milltown. N.J,. who this week save up his $10.000 a year post as administrative assistant to Senator smith m-NJ) to accept the new assignment. j The former Boston Braves utility j nifielder and minor leaguer will be j the right-hand man of Ftepubliean '• National Chairman Guy Gabrielson. anotlier Jersey man. Hermann will not only work on parly organization details, but he will represent tile chairman on political affairs when Gabrlelson Is away from Washington: Gabrielson said the appointment is the flrsl step "toward building up Ihe kind of vigorous fighting or- Banizalion capable of electing Republican majorities In the Senate and House ncxl year." He added: "We now have a man qualified by practical winning experience at. the grass roots of politics to cooperate with congressional, state, and county leaders on the solution of parly organization problems. "This is the opening gun of the 1950 campaign." Capitol to Be Closed For Labor Day Holiday LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 2. M>> _ The state capltol will be closed all day Monday in observance of Labor Day. Secretary of State C. G. Hall announced today. New Year's Day Is » legal holiday m all stales except Kansas and Massachusetts. Rural Club Women Are Challenged to Use Opportunities FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Sept, 2. <#/ —Rural women of today face a challenge to use to (he-best advantage the many opportunities which are coming llieir way. Dr, Lewis • W. Jones, president, of tlie University of Arkansas expressed this view here yesterday at the 21st annual meeting of the Arkansas Council of Home Demonstration Clubs. Seventy-three of Arkansas' 75 counties arc represented by several hundred women. Pointing to the changes taking place In farm lite, Dr. Jones asserted that farm women in the future will have the same opportunities and advantages that urban women have. "The rural housewife of today is bcin? freed from the drudgery which characterized her In ihc pa.st," Dr. Jones declined. Changes tnhin'g place should not "mean ju-t freedom from drudgery but freedom lor beneficial use of the new opportunities which are presenting themselves," he added. PMA Offers housewives Tips on Food Bargains DALLAS. Tex.. Sept. 2. fAP] — The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Production and Marketing Administration today offered the budget-minded housewife tips on this month's reasonably priced and plentiful foods. For lower cast meals the September market includes chicken hens, fresh pears, onions, fresh and frozen fish, turkeys, and processed dairy products and cooking fals. Also on the current plentiful foods list are such seasonal favoi- ' itcs as cabbage .tomaloc.s, Irish potatoes .apples, prunes, and grapes, the department sid. Regional Housing Office In Dallas is Closed WASHINGTON, Sept. 3—<ifi— Housing Expediter Tighe E. Woods yesterday announced the closing of the agenx-y's Dallas regional office. He said this i s being done as a result of decontrol of rents In Texas by (lie state legislature and In line with the agency's economy program. The Dallas regional office formerly supervised rent control activities hi Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, New Mexico Oklahoma and Texus. Supervisory responsibilities for Arkansas, Umisana and Oklahoma have been transferred to regional office at Atlanta The Kentucky Deroy has been run every May since 1875. DEFOLIATE COTTON AERO-CYANAMID We have a good supply on hand at our plant on Highway 61 South. Blytheville Fertilizer Corp. | n mor . ft, m llg iMlnrit CT<)p , _ _ teV, tough job. in ..rid. . . . abilily to , ar . down ond |an(jl . d g|aln «lh« eonUiiM ofltn glr. up <. hop.I.«-tW. Ih. kind ol crop 1n.uran« you ,« „),.„ r<m p^, ft , Mcwy-Harri, Clipp«r lo woii on your farm. And Hurt lamma CKpp.r 3-polr,l contraction (!) Full ill (or „,.„) loot cut. (2) Wool ra.p bar cylinder. (3) r u ]|-widlh UraigM 'hm .«po- ^«ion all add U p lo un.quall*i ,, a in or.d tiKHi.y-iovino; advantage! »h.» you combine Ih. Clipper way. H« m , m b,,, | h . Cllpp,, i. bacV.S b? I year. 11.14 .rperi.nc. In crop. | Iora , !ny blu , gra , 5 , 0 , h , «.g..l b«n.. Thai', th. land o( cambm. .llici.ncy you can ,.I, on lo -*•*»' handl. your crop wilh orolil-bulldiaq dependability and ipeed. Slop In Ihe l«»t lime you're ^n lown. Ajlc u* lor complete detoilt on Ihe Mosiey. Harrit Clipper. We have <t colalog for you. Only 3 combines are now in slock. To he assured of prompt delivery when you need yours, we re- <iuesl that you please place your order soon. 61 IMPLEMENT CO No. Highway 61 BlythevilU Faith in Bible Enough To Foil Denver Gunmen . —- ., Sept. 2— M'/—Natlun Miillin, 03. lold police Hint, on his way home from church two mm held him up mid demanded his ninnc-y. iMiillin's only weapon was n Bible and he used II. sla|>pin B the gunman across Ihe face. "Holli men ran," Miilllns snlrl '"I'lit- man uilh the gun (uined around and shot at me once, bin, he missed." Mullins says he nlwny s (,(,d a ) o t of (null in the DiWc. j I Tuiiii in a .scliool are of uniform si«'. Viirylng not more Ilian tivo pumuls one from tlie other. DEARBORN-WOOD BROS. CORN PICKER • KverylJiinjr you want In a corn picker! Flexible gathering points save corn oflen lost. Three . . . not just two ... gathering chains keep ears moving into picker. Extra large husking bed with three ruhber and three steel rolls, husks ears cleaner. Picker cnn he attached quickly to Kord Tractor with A S A E standard hiich or fo any 2-pIow fractor with rear power take-off and standard hitch. For prompt delivery, order your picker now. Has These Advantages • Flexible gathering pointt. • Thr«» galh«ring chain». • Excluiiv* Rotary Snapping Bar. • Ixtra larg* hulking bed. • 7hr«. jte.l, thr.. rubb«r hu.klng roll*. • Quick allachrrient. Russell Phillips Tractor Co. Allen Hardin, Mgr. Highway 61 South, Blyfheville. USED TRUCKS Cotton Picking Specials ISI-I7 STIWBIUKKK Truck with 21' trailer. An ideal n K to haul ;) („ 5 hales of picked cotton for it will replace 3 cot Ion trailers. PH1CKO RIGHT1 3i).|2 CHEVROLET Hi-Ton Lony Wheelbase Truck ivilh J2' slake body. An extra clean truck hu 1!)50 license. lillfi FOHI) i/i-Tnn Truck with 1-Rale Slake Body, plenty hie. Hits new niiifnr and good tires. 1917 INTHKN.VnONAL i/ 2 -Ton Pickup Truck, low mileaife, very clean. Hn s 6-ply tires. Be Sure to See These Trucks Delta Implement Company 312 South 2nd Priori. 863 Hillbilly Jamboree & Dance Legion Arena Sat Sept 3 Those Who Like to Square Dante ,are Cordially Invited! -^-Featuring —• Smilin' Eddie Hill snd.the High Noon Roundup Adm. Adults 75c — Children 25c This Adm. Includes Both Show & Dane* Amateur Show All Type. Anutrar tnlertilncri Elidbte. Thi«« deilrlnr t* •»ter must rtfltUr at lh« Lr(l>n Hit gat. urrl«y between I f.m. and 4 p.m. IF YOU LIKE THE BEST NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS •hone 4-174 SHEET METAL WORK- OF ALL KINDS Custom work for B j ns> alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up lo 1/4 "inch thickness Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway * Phone 2851 We Hove a Complete Stock of Gin and Mill Supplies • Goodrich Belting • Clipper licit Hooks • Woods Gin Saw Files • steam Packing • Pyrene Extinguishers and Recharges. HUBBARD HARDWARE Co,, Inc. West Main FREE-SCHOOL SPECIAL on MACHINE or MACHINELESS PERMANENTS One week only—August 29 through Sept. 3 $5.00 Permanent $3.50 $10.00 Permanent $5.00 ,Sul).s(;in(ial deductions on Other Permanent Waves Ten Experienced Hairdressers EAGLE BEAUTY SCHOOL Phone 3262 Blythcvillc, Ark. "PICTURES YOU WILL LIKE" i«ur salisrarllon *ssaretl on all pholoir«phle work. Including commercial und portrait FAUGHTS STUDIO 112 S»«ih first' Mghl Phone C3'41 <*U

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free