The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1946 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1946 }.Published Every Fridny in the •j'Interest of Farm Families of This !J Agricultural Section. FAKMNEWS-FEA 7 URES fpublished Every Friday in the j Interest of Farm Families of This ! Agricultural Section. Tenant Families To Get Awards . ... Plantation Owner Devises Incentives To Push Production Fred Fleemun of- Blythevllle Is operating about ,1000 acres of land this year, located around Manila arid Leachville with 18 tenant families on the land. . Mr. Plecninn has helped his tenants to prosper, - thinking that if they made money, he too, would mn.i:- m:.ncy. if a tenant cannot prosper, he ir'.n to "get loos;" from '° " New Method Of Curing Hay Beats Old Sol COLUMBUS, O. (UP)—The busl- j ness of making hay while me .-tin shines Is old-fashioned—at Icaa n is In Ohio. Agriculture Engineers at Ohio State university here are convinced that fanners cr.n yet hay, have longer lo cul It. nnd lose less from weather diimase If they abandon the traditional .method ot spreading tho new mown hiiv ln the field and letting the sun do the work. It takes electricity lo do the jnb the modern way, but Prof. H. C. Miller says that drying the liiiy u> ! ihe hay no\v by foiling air through ' it, ,\lth 11 fun is far superior I'- Cotton Boycott Iciea Criticized Cotton Council Head Raps Labor Boss for Unwarranted Attack JACKSON, T«m>.. July 26. (UP) — Oscar Johnston, president ot the I i» addition to his project work,Take small stitch where button I Frank Is Interested In the man- will be sewn (Knot on right side). I agcmi-nl of his father's farm. He, Second, bring thread throuKh ! has asked tlie assistant county \ one hole of button—place a pin agent to make a soil analysis of the over button and bring thread down I faun and help him work out a plan : through anothor hole. Take several whereby the general fertility of the ; stitches in this way. Frank Mooring'of the_ Wlillton ! Jllll( | ,:„„ bo Increased, cither by | Thcn> pull pm out . ho , dlri( , hm . 4-H Club Boy Finds Profits In Membership hogs and calves. Frank Is also proud of the pvlzes ,, , - - , , ' and honors he has won as a 4-H National Cotton Council, today C | ub m( . m i Kr . T o name a iew: In clmrat'terlMd Ihe demand of Dan- 1(m ne won ms t place in th.- cottn- lel J. Tobln, president of the International Teamsters Union, for a boycott of cotton products as a I "highly imwnrrantcd attack on the otton Industry." Johnston suld thnt although the . corn 5llow attc teiui the University and study agriculture. Farm Women's Column Fair; In 1S44 he won first "ro|>" goes the button—and "in Ihe county sow and lllter I "pop" Sjoes your poise. Sew buttons Mf . for added security— had Judged the outstanding lx>y if Will-- j and a smooth closlnc—is the rem- never taken a stand ' '»" club; and In 1340 he got third cdy, says Miss Cora Lee coleman. or, or labor group which threatened on 1-ibor h- "felt that both t n .. place In the 4-H Club calf show nna <yni)cll niid the Industry would take, s " le at Osceola, v/hatcvcr steps that might become neccs::ary to combat any labor lead- home demonstration agent. First, mark position for button thread securely. For a longer shank (on suits ftnd j coats) Insert toothpick Instead or' pin. Opposite large button Inside garment, sew small button for ado- ed support. Miss Coleman believes these prac. tlces aid In keeping buttons on clolhiiiK and membecs of the family won't he saying, "ButtDn, button, who's got the button?" Po/icemen Witness Leap From Harahan Bridge MEMPHIS, Tcini,, July 20. (UP) —An unidentified negro leaped to his death from Harahan Bridge over the Mississippi River late last night while two policemen looked on. Patrolman R. A. Thorn and inspector J. T. Goldsclnnid were driving across the bridge when they saw Die negro Jump from the mil. Read Courier News r7ant Ads. ••Tlio four contests, worked out notes vitamin contest Is saved. Jointly bvMr.' Flceman and the What's more, hay ciiruci that way county agent, Keith Bilbrey, are: Is less likely lo catch ire tro.n (1) Up to .SIM for ccneral wr?, spontuncous combustion than licict- managemcnt and appearance of the uatd hay. icaiif members of the congressional cotton bloc." In n speech to the convention of (he Tennessee dinners Association, Johnston cited the "seriousness." of farmer •' getting cotton quality and grade considered. (3) Up to $300 to farm family making greatest net return per acre, value of each farm considered. (4) Landlord to pay total cost ol seed for farmer securing best, stand of-vetch. . Three disinterested judges, including, the. county agent, will tour the firm's > in August to determine winners. , Mr. Fleeman Ireolcd all his tenants to a steak, dinner last Saturday when he explained detaiU of the contest. Ohio is better equipped limn any other stale W'takc advantage of Ihe new liny njiethod because the Buckeye state has the r;rcntest mimucr of electrified farms In the nation. Ohio docs not have me greatest percentage of clectriilctl farms because it has so ninny 01 them. There are a few oilier sUtcs with a comparatively small mimuer of farms who have higher percentage ol farms electrified, but the total number is not as great. 1. B, Blauscr. rural eleclrlciLUion Canne/s Urged To Conserve Sugar'Supply- Norlh Mississippi County IVJUSF,- specialist at Ohio Stale, says there are jio'.v around 187,000 ol Ohio's 233.000 farms with electricity. Hack In 1935, there were approximately 50.000 farms with light and power. the people- they purport to represent. • "It is something for every -man nnd every woman In this'country to* consider, for some action must ha taken to curb that segment of Inhor leadership which has become drunk with Its own power.". , Johnston said that improved world \ living standards can solye the problem of world cotton t surpluses. "If tlie average American .cot-I ton consimiption • was vised as a goal for the rest of the world." he f O T Says Hatch Act Violated FORT SMITH, Ar'K., Jnlv 2C. (UP) wives are being- urged by Miss Oirn ' —charges thut postal employe's and Lee Coleman, home demonstration [ postmasters in Arkansas' Fourth -agent, to stretch the sugar supply | Congressional district were violating • so it will.can or freeze .at least 33 ; (he Hatch Act by openly supporting •jcWhrts of fruit for each niem'Mr '.>! | Rep. Fadjo Cravens were Hindu to- ^'ne 'family. (day by Lcc Whltlaker, war veteran A "With the exception ot hcrriCo, all i opponent of Cravens. Sruit to be froy.Dii should have pome ' Whittaker's charges were made in rsugar, corn sugar, corn ckti'J or a telt'tirmn to Postmaster Oenerol Bioney used with it to prevent clnvk- Robert E. Ham.cyan and ftlty. Can. •filing. Although sugar ciocs improve Tom C. Clark in Washington. fine color, flavor ami texture of c.in- gtied fruit, it is not needed to pre- grcnt spoiling. £ I-iight-colored pimp and hone;' can 3>e used to replace up to half of the ftUEor in canning and free^iv;. -M- Stliousrh honey is as iweet :i.( Mignrj *knd can be used cup for cup to replace it, the delicate fruit flavor will ' 5t>2 lost If. too much ^is .Used, she £susar must tr '.'d to ce't on' eqtmlly Sfcwcct. product. rJiHp.11 the- suia^'Hitdc-.rt'in smiting ^fruit buU-.-s can be'replaced w!th • corn sirup, she pointed ou'. rk sirup can be used to r«[ilr.cc ^all the sugar in such products as vspiced pickles although it is u:i- 'TSiiltable for many because of the ^strong flavor. '^' Ii making frxilt preserves, jar.is .. S'and marmaladDS, one-roui'th of tho Jsugnr ceii be replaced by honey and tiprn slnip. Since both Contain \va- rjter, slightly longer cooVins time ro«y Jbe required for evaporation, sh? | the cotton-producing . nations' to meet the needs of 'civilization. "The problem is one-of under- consumption and not over-production." . ' • > Johnston said that prior to the war tlie overage American-, con- Candidate \ sumccl 32 pounds of cotton annual' ly. while the rest of the world consumed only six pounds pe? 'capita. Cargo ranging from egg:; to lardware can be dropped train a speeding plane without the least )it of damage when dropped in chs icwly developed shock-proof rubber bag for carrying air mail to iso- .ated com muni ties. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed «»<st Prices Kirby Drug Stores FARM LOANS Prompt RAY WORTHINGTON ServhiK This Section f«r 21 Yean 115 So. 3rd, Hlytheville, Ark. TW r/W*Bli' IWIMUM C«M*«ir ti kmm*», Tune ill IVudrnlial Program Sunday at '.) ]i.m. over WREC DELTA Publish«d By The Delta Implement Co, Hlytheville VoL 4 Friday, July :>u, line No. 48 Officer Exonerated, v MEMPHIS. Term., July .26. <U5') —Deputy Shcrill A. R. Long has been exonerated In 'the shooting of Andy Barflcid, CO, Negro, who p'.il on a scuffle when Long trlid- lo serve a civil nuper, Sheriff Oliver Pevvy said today. .. • ' ; iflissco Implement Co ON IV JOHH .-.l.VTU*' v ' lJlm -.-^ Y BONSS * SAVE SCRAP • Piione 2731 109 N. First %.. Boti Makovsky." conductor emert- »J"s of the Oklnhorna A. and M -v-MVgfl symphonic hand, never »a* J>3een late for a scheduled hand ^practice during his 23-year tenure "with the college. We Furnish Everything COMPLETE For the bathroom and Kitchen PLUMBING ELECTRIC PUMPS SEPTIC TANKS WA'TER HEATERS :*:>»:»::<*:»:*»'»:.• • '* * :; * **-*"* Youll flnd this a Friendly, Understanding Bank and the vacant chair Deride ench officer's desk Is a slle.it Invitation for you to-sit down'and talk over your, business problems with them at. any tune. We/li try to help you. • . . ; ; NOW AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY •I j' Suitable for Sawmills, Unloodcr Fans, Irriga- -V ~-." tion Pumps, etc. . NO PRIORITY REQUIRED ELLIS IMPLEMENT CO. We offer you a complete banking service: : •^ Checking Accounts fc Savings Accounts Vt Personal Loans A- Commercial Loans fc Every Service that a well organized National Hank should render That Plays a Large Part in Every Mans Success The Habit of SAVING a small part of your sal- ary each week or month is one that really pays Dividends. All the threats of illness, accident, and depleted earning capacity in later years can be easily pro- tected with very little effort on your part now. Money earning interest in the bank is security against such exigencies. If your future is not protected by a savings account, open one now and add to it regularly—assure yourself of se- curity and independence in the years ahead. Open Your Account TODAY The First National Bank THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER F.D./.C. We have been appointed dealer for Puritan Water Conditioners in (his territory which we have in .slock. We investigated many Water Conditioners and Softeners before we took on the Puritan and from all in- formafion that we have been'able to K«t it is one of the best. I.i'f us make an analysis i)f your water .supply and (hen we will make our recommendation, as each unit is engineered for each individual's water supply DI DEL1VKRIKS: We delivered to U. W. Moore, Highway 18 west one No. IGM Tractor Mower. Delivered to B. A. BugK of Blytlievillc a !5-12" Mc- Cormiek-Doerinir breaking Plow. Delivercct lo Bruce Bynl of heachville, Arkansas a New Holland Pickup May 7'ress which lies automatically with twine. Delivered to J. 10. Jones of Holland. Missouri an Kvcr.sman Liiml Lcvcler. Delivered to Burdetlu Planlatioi: at Burdettc, Arkansas an Eversman Laud I^evcler. These Land Levelei-s are lie- ing used in preparing seed beds for Fall seeding of Alfalfa. • DI This might !>c of interest to our customers who have milk cows and cattle. We have <i pood customer who ha.s tried a combination of DDT solution for spraying cattle. His formula is one gallon of lOO'.i. DDT (o forty eight gallons of water. He advises that one application lasts thirfy days. We sincerely believe it i.s worth a trial. DI Mr. Nasli, accompanied by Bob VanHooser, Bob Lowe and Vance Henderson attended the semi-annual meeting of Department Managers of the Delta Implement Company Stores at Greenville, Mississippi last Friday and on our trip we were very much interested in crops in the Mississippi Delta, ru:d from what we could see and hear we should all be proud that we live and farm in Mississippi County. I want, to go on record in this column as saying that we Mississippi Cotintians really have a County to be proud of. Our crops in every respect arc far better thai: anything we saw while on this trip. Dt We are bountifully supplied by Mother Nature with the whcre-willi-all to really put our County on the map as "The Garden Spot" of the lower Mississippi Delta. DI U'e should thank the good Lord for favoring our climale with that certain something that discourages boll weevils ar:d at. the same time blesses us with -j fertile soil thai places us in a position for Ihe widest sort of versatility in our crop selection. DI Let the farmers reali/.o (heir responsibility for this opportunity and work I (!()•; with (heir able County Agent lo make their County the most progressive in the South. Now is the time'to schedule tractor tunc- ups and overhaul jobs before the Combine, season begins. GOOD CONDITION PAYS! GIVE YOU* TRACTOR A CHECK-UP . NOW!

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