The Conservative from Carrollton, Mississippi on October 5, 1961 · 2
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The Conservative from Carrollton, Mississippi · 2

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Carrollton, Miss., Conservative Thursday, October 5, 1961 New Corporation Developing Industries For Mississippians 1 MEMBERS OF THE board of directors ol Mississippi Industries. Inc. are. standing, left to right, Terrell Wise, rice president; Warren Hood, president; Bryant Ridgeway. secretary-treasurer; George Cooper, rice president; Charles Carter, rice president and general counsel; seated, former Gorernor Hugh White, board chairman. A new corporation, Mississippi Industries, Inc., is developing new industries in Mississippi and creating more jobs chiefly by using Mississippi raw materials, Mississippi labor, Mississippi financing and Mississippi management. The corporation works with local communities who want new industries and have raw materials which can be converted into marketable products. Already the corporation has developed or acquired seven industries in the state. Warren Hood, president, said other enterprises will be announced soon. Mississippi Industries, Inc., is now manufacturing or preparing to manufacture roof deck material, roofing, tile, brick, charcoal, pallets, household fertilizer, ethical phar maceuticals, butane and gasoline tanks. Mr. Hood, with other partners, also operates lumber mills, a wood preserving plant, and plants making cartons, bags, and corrugated containers. Mississippi Industries, Inc., invites representatives of local communities to discuss new ideas for industries. The offices are located in the Warren Hood Building, Woodrow Wilson Drive, Jackson. Governor Ross Barnett recently cited Mr. Hood in a public statement for "distinguished service" to the state's industrial development. Former Governor White said Mississippians must plan to develop "our own industries" as well as seek outside industry. OUTDOOR TIPS Advertising is the good servant of those who know how to use it. Any community of individuals can get along if it has some unselfish leaders. (From The Ancient Age Sportsman's Idea Exchange) FISHING Bait fishermen are fond of the popular night crawler. The ways to catch this king-sized worm are many. However, af ter the night crawler has been induced to come up out of his hole, most anglers employ the nroK-a ntfUhAM mthnr!nnrl miss a lot of worms. Here's better way: Build yourself this sim pie worm catching device. On the end of an old broom handle attach a piece of wood V& inch thick, one inch wide and three inches long. To this tack a piece of coarse sand paper. When you spot your worm, pin him to the ground. The sand paper will hold him without damaging him. HUNTING Here's a tip for dove hunters who need more doves to shoot at. When you spot a mess of doves in a field go hide yourself in the nearest woods or other cover. Then, give a few blasts on your crow call. This will spook the doves and they will make for nearby cover namely you. If, for some reason, this does not work out, there's always the chance you'll get some crow shooting. One problem that belongs to duck hunters is the transportation of all that duck-hunting gear to and from the marshes, potholes and so on. The answer is as simple as it i s ancient. Instead lugging around one big sack of decoys, put the decoys in two smaller bags. Tie the i bags together and swing over your shoulder. They will balance out and leave both' your hands free to carry other things. BOATING When you are on an outboard camping trip or you're forced Elzzy Ezzi IbwCTprcs To DdJ Cbrccd Viz?! h Stal o Jay Hanna Dean, better known to millions of baseball fens as "Ole Diz", announced today that Dizzy Dean Enterprises, Inc., of which he is Vice-President, will build a $350,000 charcoal briquet plant at Pachuta, Mississippi. Construction will start immediately after the passage of $150,-000 BAWI bond issue for the construction of the buildings and kilns. Dizzy Dean Enterprises is a subsidiary of Mississippi Industries, Inc. Warren Hood of Jackson is president of both companies, and W. A. Roper is General Manager of the charcoal briquet operation. Dean said that the new industry, first for Pachuta, would be in operation shortly after January 1, 1962. When in full operation the plant will produce 10,000 tons of charcoal briquets annually and will provide direct and indirect em ployment for over one hundred people. Dean pointed out that the company will use over $200,000 worth of hardwood timber annually when in full production. The type of hardwoods used in making charcoal briquets is now considered by timber growers as "waste" timber. "Ole Diz", a native Arkansan, has adopted Mississippi as his "second home." His wife, Pat, is from Bond, Mississippi, where the Deans now have a home and where he spends much of his time during the off-season from his television show. He has long been recognized as one of Mississippi's top boosters and was recently honored by the State Junior Chamber of Commerce, and Governor Ross Barnett who proclaimed a "Dizzy Dean Day", for his many favorable comments about Mississippi during his nation-wide TV show. Dizzy Dean Enterprises, one of eight Mississippi Industries subsidiaries, was organized early this year. President Hood announced that at a latter date, in addition to charcoal briquets, the company will market other items in the outdoor cooking line. Other Mil subsidiaries include Atlas Roofing Company at Meridian, Atlas Tile and Brick Company at Shuqualak, Atlas Tank Manufacturing Company at Vicks-burg, AMID Laboratories and Max Muller And Company at Jackson, Fireproof Products Company at Terry, and Morton Manufacturing Company at Morton. to pull in to shore because of rough weather, a fire becomes important for warmth and cooking. However, there's always the chance that matches have been left behind or have gotten so wet as to be no good at all. To start a fire without matches, wet a strip of cloth with gasoline. Remove one of the spark plug wires from your Lack of clutter is the secret of many "best-dressed women. Fall district PTA meat set for October 10 The Fall District Conference of the Mississippi Congress of Parents and Teachers will be held in Greenwood, at the North Greenwood School Auditorium on Tuesday, October 10th, with registration be ginning at 9:00 a.m. This will afford P. T. A. members all over District 4 and 3 an opportunity to find out much about "Growing With Tomorrow's Citizens". That is the theme of the conference "America Needs a Moral Renaissance". Conferences this year will be geared to the needs of all types of Parent-Teacher Associations-Elmentary, Junior and Senior High. Workshops featuring plans for action to meet local unit needs, and how this can be done will include in the main discussions of programs and projects. Mrs. Tom Obert, Greenville, will conduct the workshop for elementary P.T.A. groups, along with Mrs. Stov-all Lowery, Clarksdale, while the, one for junior and senior high schools will be led by Otis Allen, Greenwood, and Henry O. Head, Greenville. Time will be given for delegates to discuss problems and to ask ques tions of state and national lead ers. Mrs. Fred L. Keeler, Grand Rapids, Michigan, field consultant, will represent the National Congress of Parents and Teachers at this meeting, assisting with the workshops and present ing the closing address on "It's High Time We Go Home and Work with Tomorrow's Citi zens". Mrs. Keeler is an immediate past vice-president from Region IV, with a full background of wide experience in parent-teacher work. Mrs. H. D. Worthy, Oxford, president, Mississippi Congress' of Parents and Teachers, will also be in attendance and aid in the considerations and activities of the day, as will Mrs. Milton B. E. Hill, Gulf port, High School Service Chairman. A panel of importance will be moderated by Mrs. H. D. Worthy at 10:00 a.m. with the topic "Signals of the Sixties for Growing with Tomorrow's Citizens". Areas under consideration will be family life education by Mrs. Peter Hogg, Stone-ville, Juvenile Protection, Mrs. Fred Keeler, School Education, Mrs. Nell Thomas, Greenville, and Legislation, Mrs. J. M. Ewing, Cleveland. Mrs. Jack Cunningham, presi dent of North Greenwood School P.T.A. is in charge of local arrangements, and Mrs. Robert Harding, District 3 Director, Greenville, and Mrs. Hugh Bailey, Winona Director of District 4 will preside. Nickel-chromium alloys arf widely used for resistance wire that transforms electricity to heat in appliances because these alloys have excellent electrical resistance and heat resist ance properties and will stand up under years of on-and-off heating and cooling. Nickel Produces Foreign Exchange Nickel has long been a major producer of foreign exchange for Canada because the bulk of Canadian nickel production is sold in markets throughout the world. Nickel in Stainless Steels Over 30 per cent of all the nickel used in 1960 was employed in the manufacture of stainless steels. The nickel in these steels gives them increased corrosion-resistance, ductility and strength. Southern Wood Exposition set for Oct. 11-13 The Southern Wood Exposition, sponsored by the Mid-South Section of the Forest Research Society, will be held in Jackson, Mississippi, October 11 through 13. An outstanding part of the exposition will be a New Wood Products Contest. The purpose of this contest is to find new uses for wood and its by-products. A total of $1,275 is offered in prizes for winning entries that are judged on originality, craftsmanship and promise for industrial application. The contest is open to any U. S. Citizen seventeen years of age or older. Entry blanks can be obtained by writing the New Wood Products Contest, King jTd Hotel in Jackson. No Mlisplay fee is required J,. contest. .js. Jj In addition to the Wood Products Contest, manufacturers and suppliers for the forest products industry will place exhibits in the Convention Hall of the King Edward Hotel during the exposition. Those interested in participating in this phase of the exposition may write to: Exhibit Director, Southern Wood Exposition, P. O. Box 483, Jackson, Mississippi for a brochure outlining all pertinent details. The zoo-look fur on coats, dresses and suits is moving into the bedroom. Fall lounge robes are sporting touches of phony furs in all breeds. HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Japa-nese dancing star Kieko makes her motion picture debut in "A Majority of One" for Warner Bros., starring Rosalind Russell and Alec Guinness. We? celeb RECENT EKP&M We have just completed expanding and remodeling our store at the corner of Summitt and Quitman Streets and have nearly doubled our space . . . giving us much more room to display merchandise and to add items that you have indicated over the years that you wanted! Come in and see our newly remodeled store! Take home some of the terrific bargains we're offering to let you help us celebrate this expansion! Boys' Flannel SC 3 MR U S Sizes 3 to 16 (o) (o) p (g)(g)C Ea- J Boys' 133-Oz. Western A 7 I 1 r 79 Pr. r n n nm UVJUU Girls' Cotton Prs. MEN'S GREY OR KHAKI PANTS Pairs 2 00 MEN'S STRETCH SOCKS r3 i MEN'S 13 34-0Z. 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