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f AGE EIGHT BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Cotton Farmers Hear Mechanization Ideas On Southern Farming By CLEM HROSSIER +GREENVILLE. Miss., July IS. (ll'i —Preaching mechanization Is a •worthwhile pasttime. but its advocates will have to sell the idea to cotton farmers. Delegates to the tomth ammal Cotton Mechanization Conference here, sponsored hy the National Cotton Council, were told that in plain language today. Appearing on the closing panel of the llnee-day meeting, A. P. Falhcrrce of Jackson, Miss., state supervisor of agricultural education, salci: "It Is one thing to develop the machines essential to mechanize cotton farming and anile another to educate the farmer of lortay to ihe proper and economic use of these machines." Veterans Programs Veterans programs, vncational- agriculture .schools arc only a lew of the mediums that could he employed to sell the mechanization idea to fviture generations of farmer*. Facherree said. 4-H RALLY Continued from Page I first pliifo winner in the play dress group. Znrhi, who won first in the county for her age division, modeled ;i (day .stilt of red checks and matching red chainbrey. Second place winner in the play dress division was Hazel Ruth Tindell of Blackwater. Ms.ss Kennetl was first winner in I ho play dress group for the 14- year-olil ami up division. She modeled nn orchid pinecloth straplc.ss dress with matching jacket. Second I >] n c e wi nncr was M Us Pa Lsy Mt'iiehatn, of Black water, nnd third place went to Miss Virginia Martin of Promised Land. ; In the school dress division for the younger group, Caroline ulnke, of Black water, won the blue ribonn. A suggestion that elimination high-cast production areas could take up the slncrk of reduced ncre- nge by increased crops in the low cost section was advanced by" the assistant chief of Bureau of Agricultural Economics in Washington. Dr. Sherman Johnson told today's | session that cotton production must be centered in arens best adapter! to the crop. Land unsulted lo cnt- ton must be turned to livestock and other uses, lie snid. The South's industrial expansion will help care for workers temporarily dislocated by the cotton concentration. Dr. Johnson nclduii. He predicted that a successful transition would result In higher income and income' opportunities for farm laborers. Caution Issuer! • Dr. Lewis Hawkins, vice-director of Oklahoma's experiment station at Stilhvater, cautioned against over-optimism at mechanization advances in recent years, "A large opportunity for further perfection of nil of these machines Rtil Is at hand, lie said. "The Operating farmer Is not convinced nor sold on the Improvement fast enough unless he sees It in actual practice," he reported. "Since the cotton fnrmer must operate under a system ol acreage allotment, he must consider crops .grown on non-cotton acres," said James Hand, Jr., of Rolling "Fork, Miss. "He no longer 'Is simply cotton, producer. "The success of his enterprise depends on the combined profits realized on all of his Investments." Plantation Mechanized Hand reported thnt his plantation is practically all mechanized. In 1940, he said, 75 per cent, of his cotton crop was picked mechanically. The national average for mechanical picking last year was less than eight per cent. The rest ot hand's crop was handpicked by the labor'force he maintained to weed the fields. This year he has planted only one-third of his total crop acreage to cotton. Delegates yesterday snw a two- hour demonstration of the latest thing in farm machines, particularly those adapted to cotton cultivation and harvesting. 0 f|Hcr dress was a light colored RATURDAT; JULY 14, ham with a white tucked bib Ironl, Mary Lou Deasoa of Black water won second place. Miss White, who modeled an orchid tailored dross of linen, \vas livbL place winner in the .sciiool dress division for older girls. MJS.S Aline Duckner of Leach ville wn-s j-cconil place winner and Mis.? Eunice OtHim of Armorel placed third. Miss Blcdsoe won first place in the party dress division. She modeled a dress fashioned with a low rounded neckline trimmed with .sequin braid with matching Jacket. The rlre.ss was marie from an evening dress. MLSS Leatha Swnin of Gosnclt was blue ribbon winner in the church dress group. The girls events included a frozen food demonstration by Mrs. Helen Carr. home service director for Arkansas-Missouri Power Company nnd her assistant, Mrs. Na- riane Kelly, home advisor of the j>ower company's Canithcrsvjlle branch. Mi.ss_ Elizabeth Moss, h'.-me advisor for REA, gave a lighting demonstration. Boys' events included picture shows, talk-fesis and boxing matches conducted by Mr. Bllbrcy and a tractor maintenance demonstration by Woody Jackson, assistant county agent. Afternoon enterItiinmenLs were a picnic, swimming and ball games. —Courier News Pholo TO ATTliXO -t-H STATK CAMS 1 -—These live hoys will Attend the. state 4-1! Club Caniji in FaycUevkltc August 7-11. The future campers arc <!eft to right) Dexter West of Promised Land, Eulls Dcason of Blackwater, Fen ton Dixon of Armorel, Jerry Carter of Leachville and Jim Taylor of LcachviJle. Not picturcc are OfU'UI Tawles of Lost Cane and Bobby Don llo.skins of Pawhcen, who also will attend the camp. $500,000 Blaze Damages Resort HAMPTON BBAO1S, N.H., July 15. (AP)—A $500,000 tlnsh fire rwir- - • otl through 18 buildings In the hrart s««ehl today. Prison Farm Escapee Sought by Officers TUCKER PRISON FARM, Ark.. Jnly 15. (AP)—A convict who lied from Uie prison farm ye.sterday '.v:is KOREA of this popular New seaside resort last night. It raxed an entire wooden block, destroying one hotel, four restaurants, a penny arcade nnd several rooming houses nnd other business establishments.. Another hotel was damaged. No one Wfls injured seriously. The 300 feet of ocean front property was burned in little more than an hour and a half. The blaze wsus checked before It reached the Casino, a huge dntice hall. The blaze apparently started in small photo shop or restaurant -stand, in the rear ol the totally tSe- stroyecl Dudley Hotel. Deranged Slayer Gives Himself Up LITTLE ROCK. July 15. (AP) — Pioyd Ray Reed, 20- mentally Prison aupt, I*e iienslee identified the man as Raymond Evan Thompson, who'd served about rive months of a two-year term for lor- ciy from Ai-kansas County. Hcn^lec said Thompson, a "hall .rusty," WAS missed atfer he'd b?cn working in a tomato field. Catholic Prelate At Mena Dies .MBNA, Ark., July 15. (A^)~The Right Rev. Augustine Patrick GM- Irigbcr, 80, pastor of SI- Agnes Catholic Church for more than 51 years, died yesterday in the church rectory. Bishop Albert L. Fletcher of Little Rock attended Monsignor Gallagher's church when as a boy he lLvt:d iti Mcna for a time. Monsignor Gnlh\ghcr v;as ordained at Little Rock June 19, 1897, nnd ranged .slayer, has returned voUiti- * in October of the same year was as- Fsre Kills Patient Strapped to Cot HACH1TA, N.M.. July 15, ftf 1 )—A sick man, strapped to a cot in an sunlnilnnce plane, burned to death when the craft, burst into flames as It landed on an air field yesterday. The victim was Lev. H. Prlehnrd, Jr, v 42, Oklahoma City and San Antonio nil op era tor. U.S. Border Patrolmen said the plane made ti "perfect landing", bul^ burst into flames immediately; What caused the C]nines was hot fcnown. larily to confinement atter a two- day escape. Reed fled from the U.S, Public Health Service Hospital at Fort Worth fast Smulny, but went back on Tuesday, it was learned here yesterday. Police said Reed admitted Uic apparently immoUvalcd slaying of Willinin W. Bowers, a veteran hospital patient, as Bower. 1 ; waited for a bus in n Little Rock residential section the night of Jimp 21. 1948. He was not connected with the fatal shooting at the time, but vm-s nrrcslccl later in connection with shooting and clubbing ot four pcr- son.s at n Little Rock filling .station on Dec. 31, 1EM8. A former mental patient. ^'. the Fort Roots Veterans Hospital, Reed was committed to state hospital, where he was declared insune. to St. Agnes, where he swv- ed until his death. E!e was named a papal chamberlain in J024 by the late Pope Pius XT. in.lMQ, the pre.sent pontiff. Pope Piu-s XII, made him a domestic prelate with the title, right reverend monslgnor. He retired two years ago ns denn oi the souxliwest district of the Little Rock Dioccrc. The funeral will be held al St. Agnes church at 10 a.m. Tnpsrtay. Burial wiil ]JG in Catholic Ceme'.ery. Contimied from E*Eige 1 ar in-structions on how to rai.s licir quotas. Thoy will be allowed to Obituaries —Courier New.s Photo DKMONSTHATKS LIGHTING—Miss Bobbye Jean Byrd of Leach- villc, who will be a delegate to the state 4-H Club camp, is shown giving a lighting demonstration at the 4-H Club Rally yesterday. McMATH Continued from Page 1 on n civs pa per articles written during I-aney's term in office. Ear!y in his talk, the governor declared that Laney at a press conference iti 1948 said that the United FayctteytUe Firm Faces Unfair Labor Charge MEMPHIS, July 15. Wt—The National Labor Relations Board here said todny it hod received an unfair labor practices charge against C. A. Swanson and Sons Co., Inc.. Fay- ettcville produce firm. The board saEd the cUuige \vtis filed by the Ani!\h;amateri Meat Cutters and Butcher Workers of . America (APlj>. The union accused | tlie company of discrhuinatorily firing three etnployes July 10 because of their union activities. Franconia Still Aground QUEBEC, Que., July 15. CAP) — Ex t ra pii m ps were nia nnc d t<.-d ay abo a rri the 20, 175 - ton I i ner Frn n - c:onm, aground three days off Orleans J si nnd ,no the big ship's gf.sh- cd hull began shipping more vva'er. use their own discretion on 1 .0 conduct tiicir individual cam- i igns," ! All civic clubs in the county will : contacted and asked to contribute, Mr. Sanders said!. A large portion of the $3,5HQ quota is expected to be raised in this manner. Com mil Iceman Named Kiwnnlans named to the C;im- nign Commitlee ai p e: George Clark. Tom A. Little Jr., J. L. Nab- ci-5, S. E. Tune, Billy Boone, the Rov, Harvey T. Kidd. Judge Graham sudbcry, W. C. Cates, Rosco Cra f ton, O- E. Knndsen. U tlio Barnes, Ted Fisher. H. B. Richard- 50i], Bob BEack, Jimmy Gill. Dick Watson, Charles Iluriton, Hermon Carlton, Bob Barnes, Bob Bay, Dr. Milton Webb. T. F. (Doc) Dean. L, f-:. Isaacs, J. H. Lott, John McDowell. Geovge Hubbard, Jr., Barney Cockrell, Harry Lcvltch, R. M, Lo- gati, A. S. HarrLson, Eddie Ford, J. M. Cleveland, Walter Day, Elbci-L I^uffmanj Jack ChainbUn and Alvin I Tartly, Meanu-hi!f>, work on the re-mod- cling of i he barracks buildin; which was donated by Mayor Doyle Henden.on for the City of BljLhe- villc as the new home of the cut- patient clinic, has begun. The building will be re-decorated to cor- re.stxmd with surrounding buildings on the Court House lawn and a 13 by J3 foot office will be added to connect the clinic with the County Health Unit office. Ttxe office building Ls lo accommodate doctors and nurses working at the clinic. Remodeling Begins J. L. Naber.s, over-all chairman for the project, announced that a ; i umber of contributions of building mrtterin! already have been received, including enough siding arid , 10W States was going Communistic and City Woman's Uncle To Be Buried Monday Bfrvices for Oils Dsvls of I/)tipr-| beach, Calif., uncle of Mrs. Andrew! Mayo <>l Blytheville, will.,.^ in| Ixjngijcnch Monday afternoon^Mr. Davis, formerly of BlyUievlll«,| died Thursday night a/l*r t htaril attack. He was 10. Survivors include his wlf«, Mra.l Ola Davis of J-ongbeach, thre*| daughters and one brother, I 1 . Davis of Caruthevsvllle. Kites Are Conducted For McMillin Infant Services for Martha Ann McMil-l lin, four-day-old daughter of Mr.l antl Mrs. Kenneth McMillin of 122! Johnson, were conducted this af-f ternoon in Cobb Funeral Home I Chapel this afternoon by the Rev.I E. T. Kelly. Burial was In Dog-1 wood Ridge Cemetery. The McMillin infant died al th« | home of her parents yesterday. In addition to her parents she survived by a orocner. Billy Oene 1 Mc-Millin. and a sisicr, Edna Louise McMillin. hat there was no need to oppose 3l1.S5Lil. "Xo Failh in Country" "A m:in \vho says this has no Faith In his country," *he governor asserted. "Imagine the people of Arkansas being called on to fight n a war against Russia while having a governor with no faith In his country." The governor, speaking beneath brightly-colored portrait of himself, also reiterated attacks and countered Laney accusations made earlier in the campaign at a number of other points throughout the state, j He again attacked the [tdmlnEs- 1 tration of "Business Ben 1 ' Laney as "unbusinesslike." citing insurance carried oji state buildings torn down 10 10 15 years ago .while existing structures went uninsured. The Revenue Department under Laney also- came In for attack, spearheaded by a report of the Sebastian County grand jury which the governor quoted. Influence counted in obtaining liquor permits then, he said, Charges of irregularities in the State Purchasing Agent's office, the state penitentiary debt, Laney opposition to the Garland County clean-up in 1016. control of the General Assembly, forced contributions by state employes to buy Lancar and Slate Hospital mismanagement under Laney were renewed here by the governor. Cniintrrallack Renewed He ats.o refterated counterattacks on Laney's charges on the governor's "aim" to create a political machine, intimidation of state em- ployes, tax increases, spending and McMath's travels outside the state. The governor said he did all his out-state traveling in the interest of Arkansas citizens. "Any time I can go somewhere to help save .(he people money or talk about Arkansas, then, brother, I'm going," he declared. He was referring to his trips to New Yovk in the interest of selling Arkansas highway securities. He al- : so cited the low interest rates ob- inhied as a resuU. Governor McMath also criticized his opponent's political affiliation!;. declaring that they ranged from Dixiecrat to Republican to "temporary Democrat." Tax Inductions Cited He also cited a list- of tax reductions during his administration and claimed Lntiey reduced none, but increased sonic Instead. Arkansas is in j\ sound financial condition and Us reserve funds have grown, he said. Following his talk, he mixed wilh i the crowd for tv round of handshak- ' ing. He arrived here by Mrs. Elmer Norman Sustains Arm Injury Mis. Elmer Nonnan ville suffered a possible arm und lust night when she fell while square dancing" at I _____ ^ ...... o A tug was tied to the side of the | rough 'lumber to cover the outride Ctmnrd -Donaldson liner as a [ire- I of the building and composition caution m case she- lists move \-,^:iv- ' shmgles for the roof. A plumbing ily to .starboard. Officials jiald there war. little danger, however, the vessel would turn on her side. AID FOR WOUNDED YANK IN K.OKKA—An Army nurse and a doctor check wounds of (\n American soldier somewhere in South Korea upon hi5 arrival tit, a railway :-.;^1ion from battle zone. The unidentified Yank was one of the first to be hit it; fighting with North Korean Red forces. (AP Wirephcto). British Official Dies OXFORD, Eng.. July 15. (AP — Sir Arthur James Da\ve, 59, fcini- cr deputy undersecretary for the colonies, died here yesterday. Sir Arthur entered the Coloninl Oflice in 1918 and had served in tinny ixwts, concern, he said, he ha.s agreed to install plumbing in the building nt no cost to the club. However, Mr. Nabers poinied out that even with the contributions of building material approximately $3.500 will be needed to properly equip the clinic. Among the equipment that is being planned for the center is a respirator to be used by future polio victims. plane yesterday, and was greeted at the airport by a sizeable crowd. William H. Wy- at,t of Blylhevillc introduced the governor last night. T. P. (One) Dean acted as master of ceremonies at the rally. The other side of the gubernatorial campaign will be shown here next week, when former Governor Laney is scheduled to speak Wednesday. Just Plain Old Smith OMAHA, July 15. (A'jt—Dcco Mla- dcnovich has asked the district court to change his name. Fits choice of a new one? Dan Mladenovich. Holt Services 2 p.m. Tomorrow Services for Temple Uolt will fac conducted at the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church at Number Nine tomorrow at 2 p.m. Burial will be in pleasant Grove Cemetery. Rev, Amos and Rev. I,. D. Davenport will officiate. Survivors include one son, Charlie Sims. Blytheville, and a daughter, Pinkie Braxton, Blythevillc. Home Funeral Home Is in charge. the Shrine Club at the air base. Following the accident Mrs, Nor- I man was given first aid treatment I at Walls Hospital and was taken to [ Campbell's Clinic in Memphis. Put Puts for a Put Put ALTON, ill. —«v- Elmer Cham- I bcrlain, a commercial fisherman. has worked out his own pay-as- | you-go plan. Each time he use* j the outboard motor on his boat, he puts aside a quarter toward a new, motor. His put-put system, so far, has paid for five new motors. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday 'GUN SLINGERS" wilh WHIP WILSON'xl Cartoon i Serial Saturday Owl Show "THE TATTOOED STRANGER" John Miles with Jfc Patricia Seattle Blast Kills Man SEATTLE, July 15. (AP) — One i man was blown across the sited j and killed, nnd ;\ dozen others v;cre j injured m an early-morning rx- i plosion yesterday. Fire Chief William Fitzgerald blamed the bla.sl on c^r^ping illuminating ^as which he said may have be-on set off by a spnrk from an electric motor on a refrigeration plant in the lxi.sc- meiil of a three-story building. The victim was Ncnl J. Holes, 33. of nearby Kent. SUNDAY and MONDAY (Maf/mwanf IDA LUPINO FORREST^ BRASSELLE • rtNH [OH IUPIK5-TO BOHD-OMH CUF10I Color Cartoon & Comedy All Kids Under 11 Years Old Admitted Free IHUNG THK KinntKS AN'I) I,KT THKM PI-AY ON OUH PLAYGHOUNl) Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. !'h. 58 Saturday 'TEXAS DYNAMO" wllh Charles Sl.irrclt Saturday Owl Show "JOHNNY BELINDA" with Lew Ayres * .T.inc \Vym;in Sunday & Monday "THE HASTY HEART" with RONALD KKAGAN SKYLINE THEATRE Blytheville's Family Drive in Movie Itox Office Opens 7:.'i(] — Show Starts 7:.IS SATURDAY ONLY IT'S THE JEST OE THE WEST! «k PENNY EDWARDS-JOE BESSEK piEtenlt DONALD VJyJV- OT,ONM)R, ^, MIR.JORIE MAIN • I'KRCT x* [KJIBRIDF^ Plus Cartoon Comedy Carnival 7 BIG COLOR CARTOONS Sunday and Monday Double Future Program ALSO Right Out of the Conic Pages lo Hring You Fun and Laughs "LITTLE ABNER" - Always A Color Cartoon! SUNDAY and MONDAY Sunday Monday & Tuesday "LOVE HAPPY" nilh THK MARX BROTHERS Warner News * Shorts BLV IHtVILLES ONLV ALL WHITE THEATDF I GMT im UURER bonn nmncu Saturday —DOUBLE FEATURE— "CRASHING THROUGH with JAMBS NEWELL —PLUS— jL "STORMY" wilh Noah Beery, Jr., S: Jane Rogers Cartoon A Jr. G.-Men Serial Saturday Owl Show 'SCENE OF THE CRIME" with Van Johnson & Gloria DeHaven Cartoon £ "ConRo Bill" Serial Open ?:]*. SUrte !:•* Saturday —DOURE.F. FKATURE— Montana Mike —PLUS— The Mutineer^ with Jon Hall & Adele JeJrgens Cnlor Cartoon * "Raldfn «t Citj" S«f»l

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