The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1955 · Page 13
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THIRTEM RE1/IEW «• FORECAST Youthful Star Farmer Works 75 -Hour Day KANSAS CITY (AP) — Joe Moore, who works a 15-hour day, is only 21 years old but he operates a $46,000 business. Moore is the 1955 Star Faii aimer of America. The preseiitatipn of the award and a check for $1,000 is annually the highlight of. the Future Farmers of America convention. Moore runs a SOS-acre farm in' a hilly section of central Tennessee near Granville. HP owns 85 acres and rents the rest. He raises registered cattle, hogs, sheep, tobacco, small grains, corn and hay. His parents gave him a Jersey cow whn h was 8 yars old and thai save him his start in fanning. He plans to use the $1.000 to i-.ty off some loans. A Little Is Good "I'm not so far In debt that I could be u-ipped," Joe said, ''but I want to get those debts paid off. It makes you feel -free. But I think n little debt is good for a man. It keeps a man working." The Star Farmer awards were originated in 1929 by the Weekly Kansas City Star, now the Weekly Star Farmer. They were presented annually by the newspaper for 20 years and then taken over by a ioundation supported by 250 companies and organizations. Among speakers at the Future Farmers Convention was Harold E. Stassen, special assistant to President Eisenhower. He told the convention there is no ground for careless compl cency among the free nations. War Prospect "The bleak prospect of a devastating war has not been removed, it has only been lessened," Stassen said. Stassen said that a mutually agreeable reduction in armed forces and arms could open vast new fields of exploration to har-' ness the peaceful potential of nuclear energy. The President's proposal for reciprocal arms inspection, he asserted, goes to the very heart of the quest for peace. Disease Control Study May Save You Money FAYETTEVILLE — Farmers all over the itate will realize savings (rom a disease control project which lias recently been intensified at the University'of Arkansas' Agricultural Experiment Station. The work on the use of fungicides for control of plan! diseases has been greatly expanded at the Experiment Station because of the many demands made by farmers and manufacturers who have been I seriously affected by losses from STACK 0' WHEAT—Because of a shortage of freight cars and storage facilities, the Missouri Fanners Association elevator at Albany, Mo., is storing wheat in the street. Farmers thus continue their uninterrupted harvest until cars are available. Canada ranks second to the United States among nations of the world In total output of electrical power per annum. Wife Couldn't Take Orders INDIANAPOLIS UP) — Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brooks were enroute home in a taxicab after their wedding when Brooks started explaining the duties of a good wife. They included early rising to get breakfast, Brooks said, and an argument followed. When they arrived home, Mrs. Brooks stayed in the cab and rode out of his life, Brooks told the court. School Asks Divided Study BOGOTA (tft — The University of the Andes arranges to have some of its 600 students divide their studies between the university here and the universities of Texas, Illinois and Pittsburgh in the United States. It's part of a program to provide and William Bruce Moody, is here by warned to appear within thirty WA NINO ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Mr.. Mattie Bunch, Fltf. vs. No. 12,15: Mona Sue Williams Grisson, et al, Dft. Eugene Schultz, Intervenor The defendant, Mona Sue Wil liams Orisson, Patricia Gail Moody, better technical training. President of the University of the I Andes is Alberto Lleras Camargo AUK-CHALMERS ANNOUNCES the new The judge granted an annulment, who was president of Colombia from 1945 to 1946. "It's almost impossible to study technical courses here," Lleras said, "particularly engineering. By sending our students to the United States we give them the advantage of advanced technical facilities and a splendid academic atmosphere." QUICK-CHANGE form loader for WD, WD-45 and CA Tractors 1 Custom-built for the tractor's hydraulic system, 2 Easy on — easy of! ... ten minutes or less. 3 Ruggedly built for all farm jobs. 4 Reasonably priced. Let us show you on your farm today. ALLIS-CHALMERS SAIES AND SERVICE Byrum Implement Co, Ph. 3-4404 118 E. Main IF A NEW ADDITION TO OUR SERVICE FOR THIS COMMUNITY DELTA PROPANE CO. Gas Appliances Gas Installation Tractor Conversion Phone For Free Estimates! R. C. 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In addition you get the economy pi operating on low- cost fuel, and the low engine upkeep that results from the use of clean-burning, high-octane L.P. Aik for a demonifro/ion of rh« 44 t.r*. . . . /ef ui thow you rrie liaitor thai givti yen lower operating coil* end maximum power jn ill clan. 61 IMPLEMENT CO. "T/je Farmer's Home of Satisfaction" N, Hiway 61 . —•— ' Ph. 2-2142 jlant diseases. Dr. E. M. Cralley, lead of the Plant Pathology De- lartmci.t, lias announced that Dr. I. P. Fulton and Dr. D. A. Slack of he Experiment Station Staff will Direct ihe experimentation. Mac.L. ianiblen, research assistant, will conduct the work. It is the aim of the Experiment Station to establish under what conditions fungicides will help Individ- will enable all stale farmers to be farmers is a better cure for brown benefited. I rot and bacterial spot in peaches. The Station has outlined work on I Aion - lhis . Siime Ime is Damage to (he use of fungicides 10 control diseases of cucurbits — commonly known as watermelons, catualovipes and cucumbers. Limiting factors in the growth of cucurbits are several loaf spotting diseases, one of the more common being nnthracnose. This problem has now become even lal crops. 'Although certain fungi-1 more prominent because of the insides may have been proven successful in certain areas, they might even be detrimental in a new en- 'ironment, the research directors creased pickle acreage. In the past, several cucurbit crops have been practically destroyed by the leaf spotting diseases. After careful ex- explained The work will be con- perimentation w«h the fungicides, ducted at the Experiment Station's! it is hoped that much of this will branch and Substations located in I be corrected. different areas of Arkansas. This Of immediate interest to many strawberries by fruit rot. The Experiment Station has already obtained promising results with the use of fungicides on strawberries and peaches. They plan to continue this study until it has been satisfactorily completed. There are still other crops which' need attention, the research directors explained. As soon as some of the diseases under investigation have been curbed, other crops will be studied. Farm Bureau Sets Record LlTlTLiE ROCK W) — A record 50,305 farm families are enrolled In ihe Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation this year, H. W. Robertson, dt- tor of organization, has reported. The Farm Bureau will hold it» annual state convention here Nov. 20-22. One thought is that the American Indians donned war paint to terrify their enemies, but th« real purpose may have been to flage themselves. FREE With SHIBLEY'S BEST Flour At Your Favorite Grocer's BUY GET FREE 50 Ibi. Shibley's Best 8 Ibs. Lard 25 Ibs. Shibley's Best 5 Ibs. 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