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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIEft NEWS Agri Leaders Approve 1950 Program ft • ' - • • m .' A ' . '. ' • ^** North Missco Plans Outlined Extension Service Activities to Include Many Betterments The 1950 plan of work for the extension service of the University of Arkansas In North Mississippi County has been approved by County Judge Roland Green, Chairman ol the County Agricultural Planning Committee H. C. Knappenberger, County Agent Keith Bilbrey and Home Demonstration Agent, Mrs. Gertrude B. Hollman, and submitted to the state extension service for approval. The plan suggests a 13-polnt program on thft activities of home demonstration clubs, 4-H Clubs, farm bureau participation, and farm and home life improvement, and outlinas tile programs for each month briefly. Program for 1950 Outlined The farm and home Improvement program calls for the following: (1) Assistance to be given formers in connection with crop adjustments and acreage allotments: (2) Continuance of a soils management program stressing proper fertilization, crop rotation, plant food deficiency studies and studies of plant disease symptoms; (3> Study and report to farmers made on the mechanization af farming, with particular emphasis on cotton production; (4) To keep farmers informed on soybean price outlook, best, varieties and combining epuip- ment. The program further calls for: (5) Continuance of 4-H club work, (6) Johnson grass control program, (7) an accelerated program to in crease livestock In certain section.?; and (8) , beginning of irrigation tests as drought protection. The -home demonstration club work: includes such projects as: (9) Continuance of food production with studies on garden, dairy and poultry food products; (10) the continuance of the highway benuti- fication program; (11) emphasis on efficient use of electricity: (12) continuance of the health program based on a survey of needs made in 1948;-and 113) to promote more charming homes through study of color harmony and.homecrafts. Membership Goals Set • Enlistments In the various ofga- niiitlons connected directly,:.with the extension service work include a 1,000 for the Farm Bureau; 428 goal for home demonstration clubs and between 1,100 and 1200 4-H' club members: \'-_ Th» pl»n of work, to start In January; will feature conferences and planning meeting with extension jpecialists, with an agronomist, health (pecIalkVind horticulturist beini (ought for the month of Jan- uirjr, when a', hot bed program for rrowert, the county 4-H Club banquet- for county winners; pasture conference, demonstrations on road- aide park facilities, and a home gardens contest are planned. In- February soil m«nagement plans are to be made, along with the plans tor simplified housework for , the • home demonstration club members; and in March electrical methods are to be studied. Activities for the summer months Include • Irrigation studies, scouting for cotton hopper and plant disease, child development studies, and an early fall meeting on soils management, prior to the annual cotton planning meeting. 27-Members on Committee The agricultural planning committee for North Mississippi County is composed of 22 regular members and five ex-officio members, which Include County Judge Roland Grene; Key Banker B. A. Lynch; vocational agricultural teacher, Freeman Robinson; press representative, Harry Haines; J. L. Guiui, president of the Blytheville Chamber of Commerce and R. E. Biaylock, secretary for the Mississippi County Pair Association. Subcommittee heads include: J. N. Smothermon, supplemental crops chairman; Hitdied Bunch, soils management chairman; H. C. Knappenberger, 4-H Club chairman; and E. A. Stacy, farm labor chairman. In the home demonstration club Gene Sharum (leadership champion) Bobby Ha rule (achievement champion) Nell Jane St.ifnn (leadership champion) .WIN 4-11 STATE IIONOIiS-The outstanding 4-ji c lnb members m Arkansas for 1949 were announced last night at a banquet meeting in connection with the fourth annual state 4-H Congress in Little Rock. A Mississippi County bov Lavon Easley of -Burdette, was nam ed state cotton champion. Tn Kleet Officers Today LITTLE ROCK. Nov. S. U>-N C * officers of the Arkansas 4-H congress were to be elected today at closing sessions ol the group's two- day convention. The four top winners and the counties they represent follow Gene Shariim. 21. Massard."' Se- i bastian County; Bobby Haynie IS, Prescott; Nell Jane Staten, Masa zlue, Ixigan County; and Wanda * Brewer, c if ford, Hot Spring County ' will represent Arkansas at the Na' tional 4-H Club Camp m Washing ton next June. The .Mississippi Counttan, pres' dent of his county council and " , former president of the Burc=tU Senior 4-H Club, U Lavon Easier IS. He produced goo pounds of lir't S^t" cotton per acre, from a five-acre project and netted S533.65 for ih*. C:c year, lie planted D & p L treaieo 1r ' seed and used 100 pounds of am ~~- inoma nitrate per acre. Younz Eas —< ley has been a two-time winrer -r'Jj - '' his cotton exhibit at the Mid-So-jUi .- = Fair In Memphis. v -,« District winners named for o-i- M aniU IVvwrr <un.e i ».*! ;L*cni Official Says It's Up to Big 5 To Make Peace ST. LOUIS, Nov. 5-Wi—Gen. Carlos p. aoinulo. head of the United Nations' General As»embly, said yesterday It's u!> to Hie nig Five to make peace, once that is done the United Nations can maintain it. he said. General iiomulo, chief of the Philippines mission lo the U. N., told the Missouri state Teachers' Association Ihe pivstigv of the U. N. is more solid now than it ever has been. "A busic inLsunclci-jliimlins thnt must be corrected is the Idea the U.K. was oiKiinizccl to , 1K1 ke iieace," ie said. The fact that there is no peace treaty with Japan or Germany, he •"lid sliouhl be blamed on the Big Fivo — the United Slates, Uussln China, the united Kingdom apci France. •"It's their job. not the job of the U.N.." he declared. "Til-? important thing Is for the Bis Five to heod tl.c cry of the vorld for 3 .'ound iwace,"' he con- inued. "After peace is made, the United Nations ha s tin; prestige >iui ilk> machinery to maintain lie peaci'. -It must be jriven n chance to no the job it was organized to do." Reds Attempt To Split Armies Of Nationalists CHUNGKING. Vov. 5. (AP> — Comaiui-.ijt Invasion of Kweichow Province ui an apparent effort to -'?i« in f.vo the Nationalist armies of Chins'.« mainland was admitted o:H".U!y ted ay. Th? Miuisiry of National Defense s?-:d the Seds had reached the |T-.er.,-hi! Diitrid of Kweichow in a ' ^'rr^f 'hrust southwest from j ih? coaur.tiaist penetration was ' sto r : . 1T ^^ '"side Kweichow. 1 - n ^-'--? -* a Red bas in Hunan •oriTVM' S : <3 miles southeast of ^ ^~- ^v objective in Kweichow j_-_*^" te Ihe provincial capita! of f^y*~:*- -'-° unites south of Ci-iHicmr. if sk 5 Reds drove to X-'-eij-iiu-, Nationalist mainland Obituaries —Courier News Photo iGALN'—Wilma Bulley, a.s, has mastered her crutches and can walk again with their support. She was stricken with polio July 24 and has received physical therapy periodically since that time. Her case was not - severe enough to necessitate braces. Exercises. ure daily routine, and the therapy will continue to prevent curvature of the spine from developing. She Ls the daughter of Sweetie und. George Bailey of the Number Nine Community. Miss Elizabeth Samuels, physical therapist with the Arkansas Association for the Crippled, examined the child yesterday, along with 10 others, checking; on the home, progress of treatments. UN Political Committee Says Bulgaria, Albania Endanger Balkan Peace LAKE SUCCESS, Nov. 5. (,p)_ United Nations Political Committee The United Nations political Committee approved overwhelmingly yesterday a resolution declaring; Albania and Bulgaria endanger peace In the Balkans by assisting the Greek guerrillas. The vote was 38 to G with 2 abstentions. vith<2 abstentious. The resolution was jointly sponsored by the United stales, Britain China and Australia. It also calls upon Albania and Bi'lfiaria to stop supporting the Communist-led guerrillas. Yugoslavia Joined Russia and her 3 irjrc _i > iiani' aEin r i 1 liur On-n_b oic: "Ti 1 311 Jl-E. S ai 3 tu rj c HJ , e-u T -= t la :•** CTL-V JL a, i- "". 7 ~^ £c - 1 ---* *£-f:r determination ; irc^s Fisiie-a: r> Tsung-jen ffifi: ifirr-i; the Reds is . Little Rock Boy Killed 1?>* the Associated Press * t h roe -yea r -old boy yr s te rd ay _ i ; — - — —= ".t. tit-u^ t-1- •• ••'" <-v-j VAI -uin uoy yrstercinv _,_ • =IM t crrj ira.- -bat 3. struggle be- i became Arkansas' ISI.h violent death 3 ; '^'-^ cssic-acy and totalitarian- ' victim ol the week. The youn»ster : **rr~ • ' R<xln «y R^irt. was injured fatally c.,*u=--j i! a nHj welcoming- him ' sllt!1 •"• was struck by a heavy " ack °» a busy street in Little KOCK. HIS death was the .sixth tral- Jonesborb Firm Fails To Get Rail Injunction JONESBORO. Nov. 5. Iff-Cnm I Missouri Pacific Cuts on Shop Forces 3OCS_ 3for. 5. ^_-n v '•• , Yunnan provincial cip::.^S vherT? ihe Chungking gov- • fcrr-=ias inaj move nest, he added: ---r«n ;fce standpoint of the ua- u-o. it -> a fig.-;! azainst aggreision _ :^« £j our holy -srar or resistance . :o :hs Japanese '-as." i "° falali ty in Little Rock Charlfon J. Crane Retired Merchant- Of Blytheville, Die Charllon J. Crane, who has bee In Blytheville since 1907, died las night at a Little Rock hospital-foi lowing a long Illness. His body Is being returned her today and service will probably be conducted tomorrow by the Rev Harvey T. Kidd, pastor of the Firs Presbyterian • Church. The Cobb Funeral Home will direct the funeral arrangements. The retired businessman was boru In Searcy, February 12, IBtiO, am moved to Blylhcvllle In 1907. Poor health caused his retirement several years ago, Survivors Include two daughters Mrs. Louise Crane Hiler of Blytheville, and W. M. Hall of Sebastian Fla., and a son, Charlton J. Crane Jr.. a civilian government employee now stationed in Bad Nauhoim Germany. * *. • Mrs. Conrad Frame, Steele Resident, Dies STEELE. Mo., Nov. 5—Mrs. Ruby imogene Frame, 35, died at her ionic here last night after an illness of two years. She is survived by her husband, Conrad Frame; one son, Kenneth, and a daughter. Jonn Kny. both of the home; one brother, Floyd Hinchey, of Portagc- •ille; and one half-sister, Shirley Joan Hinchey, Benton Harbor Mich. Funeral services 'aill be conducted In Steele Baptist Church tomor- -ow at 2:30 p.m.. by the Rev. W. H. 3ook. He will be assisted by the tcv. Martin Niblack and Brother ^^i\rvin Raney. Burial will be in Mt. £ion Ceme- ery. German Funeral Home is s n Jharge. * • * limmy Ray Lansing Dies f n Memphis Hospital Jimmy Ray Lansing, 7, son of Mr!. nil Mrs. NorvcH R. Lansing, 217 ast Missouri, died yesterday around :30 p.m. in Methodist Hospital, lemphis. He is survived by his parents. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Cobb Funeral Home by the Rev. E. C. Brown. Burial will be In Elmwood Cemetery. Fred M. Pickens, St., 46, Dies at Newport NEWPORT, Ark., Nov.. 5. </P) Former Jackson County Judge Fred M. Pickens Sr., 46, died in a hospital here yesterday. He had been in ill health for the last six weeks. A well known'attorney ana political figure here, Pickens also had served as Newport municipal Judge and president of the Newport chnn ber of Commerce. Congressman Speaks Before School Groups WILSON. Ark., Nov aad the duties '„? £0 discussed yesterday by Sl'c'hoof nn.sas schools. rs In A In his talk he traced the hlstorv of Congress from Us Jirst 10 vmrs at Philadelphia, a year at New York to«s present location at.Washlng- Siiperinfendent Philip rvpr liii™ duccd the speaker. " '" tro ' Earlier yesterday he spoke to 1 'hrd^d 0 ^ 11 ^"^™" 1 *'" 1 ^'""^ .J lDdu ' <;da , Monday in Dyess, Osceola and Keiser; and on Tuesday in Manila and Leachville. On Dcccm her a he wjll speak In the Gos»e"l Dell and West Ridge schools ' Auslrians have been awarded ten Nobel prizes: four for medicine :,nd two each for physics, chemistry and peace work. Williams Co. here a junction against the ray Co. Pierce-Willlams ia- rmjr 7=0^ ,-,- , „ ' mandatory injunction which would i ai?"t have forced Frisco to spot cars on I the basket factory property in or- ,,,. had a 1 vrsaJen raid 5}-. u T c.f( ' To Curb Operation of Speed Traps ROCK, Nov. 5. f/n — yi-d m , h( . ; Unifcrm speed signs ,.-ill be posted jon a!! highways in Arkansas. ""^- -a-s decided ye.sterday at n after the strike got uiirfcr way and locomotive crews to take an engine " through the picket line of the st"rik- fierce-Williams omploves . iht r ?.: r ojd - ompoves . r oj Crewmen had refused lo cross the] ' goln? *' ron 2 by the iirit picket line during the early days P I the strike. President to Make Political Radio Talk WASHINGTON, 5. (,T o' the year." Grass Fire Causes Alarm ported that members c thr- !i]ythc- ville Fire Department cxt:ng u 'iihed limits on the main thoroughfares. He iaid he Ls assured "f cooperation from city officials on the new plan. First installation of the markers will be on Highway 67, the main link between St. Lcuii.s, Texarkana and Little Rock. Officials of the American Auto- j mobile Association last week recciv- led complaints from out-of-state mo•! ton.sts that some cities along tills route were conducting speed traps. Baker said he hope.s that by posting uniform speed regulations com- ! plaints of alleged speed tru[»s will President rniman jumps back into fire in the 1100 bloc West Willow yesterday around ,, ...t.^in .11 ciiit iJjuiKru wiii] a i *•«*• •• ""J 1 ** j tjvci uti% aiuunc] o n ID uricf radio appeal to the voters of N '° damage resulted, Chiel Head Mrs. Iverson Morris and Mrs. Dave Anderson. Mrs. F. H. Parrish aiu, Mrs. Forrest Moore, and education. Mrs. John Mayes and Mrs. Jack Robertson. The plan will be adopted if approved by the state extension service. Negro Deaths Funeral services for Preston Lee Bates, one year old, son of Roosevelt and Flora Bates, will be conducted at Frenchman Bayou chapel at 1 p.m. tomorrow, with the Home Funeral Home In charge or arrangements. The baby died Tuesday st the parents' home at 1001 South Clark Street in Blytheville. A brother and the parents survive. Foxes eat few birds, it's nut that » lox doesn't try, he simply can't catch many. RENT A CAR Orlrt Anvw'ncrt You Ple«e Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 __lt! his five-minute talk tonight' ate seat now iV,'ld"by' n.tn ESTi, Mr. Truman will John Foster Dulles. 1 i^RM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS ;••'• OR ANV EXCAVATION S. J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLD6. BLYTHEVILLE ARK-. Opens Week l>ajs 1:00 p.m Matinee Saturday & Sundays .Mai.-Sun 1 p.m Cent Sliuwin Manila, Ark. Shows BVKIJV NIUHt Siiluritay "CARSON CITY CYCLONE:' •vitll »nn IJarrj- Alsn Shorts Owl Show "HOUSE ON 92nd.STREET" with Sisnc llaffin Also Shorts Sunday & Alonday "ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET KILLERS" with Lou Abbott, "«d Coslcllo and Boris KarlofT Also Shorts Sun. .Moil. Tucs. 3 BIG DAYS • OPEN SUN. 6:00 First Blyfheville Showing "li It Storms Atross the Screen Mark Stevens Coleen Gray mr CUHOLIK . Cteki tripewi Also Color Cartoon, Novelty NT ii { m A V7 '' asl Day * Twn ™s Hits I [I \ / ^"'l.v Canova In "I'ud.n,,' Head" I II / ( P " "W«l'rn Heritage- I U ]/ A\r! • OWI, SHOW iirso » *• -*. *\ M= Charlie Chan in 1 ET«r 1 I • f'c s\ k< • iT .... tiLYTHEVJLLE'S ONLY ALL WH8TE THEATDF Suii.-iMon. • Two Uig Hifs William Graham In "JUST WILLIAM'S LUCK" "THE GOLDEN EYE" FREAKS Cartoon — News King of the Hoboes' lets Kind of Funeral He Would Have Wanted NEW YORK; Nov. 5-Wi_rJR« O'Brien, who called himself -'Thp ing of the Hoboes," had the kind anted 1 " P rol ">b'y would have And today he sleps In a satin- nned casket in a pretty uttle cem- lery ploi_n richer bed than ho new during his 90 years. Dan died last wek at New York's Professor Giuseppe Ravitta t Pagamm of the Gutter' -who outside Carnegie Hall played Maria" on the violin - the a Eulogized - e sang the song of'the opel .as Supply Interrupted ARKADELPHIA; Ark N O . t™of '"bout'e f s supp 'y '"'""'this !veral hours yesterday. A <i ito e a St SSi e -"/ lle ,' no "'' 0f l - ""=' no a mam feeder line. Virtually 1 home and business, Including :hita and Henderson colleges ere without fuel from about 2 p New System Announced To Aid Army Enlistees A new system whereby « mq ,, can be assured of attending a scrmnl of mechanics Jn the Army was an nounced today by S-Sgt. Arthur G. Bahn, NCO in charge of Recruit ing In Blytheville. w-ruit- Set. Bahn said about the onlv requirement other than usual is that the man must be a high school graduate. The most Important-part of the new arrangement Is that the annli cant selects his school from the Ikt available at Sgt. Harm's office ana then the choice Is sent forward for approval. All this is before the man Is ever enlisted. Sgt. Bahn L£ These schools range In length' from eight to 31 weeks, and cove, such varied fields as radio onera '"• a . nd . bul'-do^r opreator to surS" cal technician and athletic coach There are upward of 60 to^choose from ,,ocated in RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. • Saturday "LEGION OF THE LAWLESS" with George O'Brien Cartoon & Serial Saturday Owl Show "TARZAN'S DESERT MYSTERY' <"fh Johnny \VcissmiilIer and Nancy Kelley Also Cartoon UNITED ARnsTS Warner News & Cartoon BAGS BAGS BAGS BAGS We offer new bags, never used, at abcut the price „! used bags, heavy 10 ounce burlap, ,, 0 patches „„' bad seams and no rotten bags Also No 1 used b"w as low us 20c each. The bags are stored at !,av I B M mgs across the street from the Frisco depot " Ulat ^ '"* Phone 3418-3152 PAUL D. FOSTER DISTRIBUTOR Blj'fheville, Ark. Phone 2723-2700 Pictures You Will Like We specialize in commercial and hnme portraits .pictures whit'h you will enjoy throughout the years. Call lot appoint mcnts! 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