The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1956 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLYTHETTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 1«, 195« Atomic Materials Used In Newest Bug Killers By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — The war on bugs gets under way this month with new weapons that includeijheatom. rs and scientists of the Department of Agriculture have come UD with some new killers as well as some new methods of getting their bug Atomic materials IreSfused in research to learn how insects outfox men by developmg immunity to - The home of Mrs. Myrtle Brown on Park Road was the setting for a bridal shower Thursday night, complimenting Mrs. Harvey Lee Hill, the former Miss Becky Johnston. Mrs. W. M. iJavldson and Mrs. Georgia Davis were co-hostesses. Mrs. Glenn Homer greeted guests as they arrived. Flowers were used through out the entertaining rooms. An arrangement of white carnat- 31S are Demg useu m icocaiv.., i« .— ,7 ,, , -.:-.,, ...I,.!, „„ »£„ fpmatp crrpw An arrangement 01 wmic canmi- once potent poisons. And gamma rays are used to pull a dirty tnck on the female screw-1 jons _ slatulce Rnd dalsies cent ered worm fly. It's ft costly war, whichever side wins. The department estimates that Insects do four billion dollars worth of damage each year. Ar.d the National Agricultural Chemical Assn. says American farmers pay about 350-million-dollars-a- year !or insect killers. It estimates that it costs a chemical company around 114 million dollars to develop a new pesticide. Even what Congress does about farm surpluses interests the insect battlers. The point out, for instance, that the soil bank could be a bug coddler. The farmer would leave the idle land be, and insects might discover a fine place to multiply unmolested. Manufacturers .start the bug year with inventories the lowest for some time. The Agriculture Department says that last September 30. the end of the season, their carryover was 9 per cent be lo wthe previous year and 29 pel- cent under 1953—there was heavy infestation last year and more insecticides were sold. As a sales year it was second only to 1951. The bad news this year is that grasshoppers thrived on last summer's drought in many places and may be a menace this summer. For mosquitoes and other insect delinquents who have learned to thumb their noses at DDT, the Agriculture Department has thought up DDVP (dimethvi dich- loro vinyl phosophate) sain to be deadly lo the Immune onus. Another gimmick to be tried out in Texas this year is a chemical Atomic Plane Is No Reality WASHINGTON (If) — Rep. Holl- lield D-Cnlif. says "there have been some encouraging developments" toward an atomic-powered airplane, but no promise of immediate success. "We may break through In a roiiple of years or it may be seven years, no one knows," he said in an interview. He is a member of the Senate-House committee on atomic energy. to be put on cotton seeds which is said to make the plants resistant the lace covered table. the evening's entertainment. Bhe conducted a number of bridal gamei. Mrs. C. H. Ashabranner preten- ted the honored guwt with a host of lovely gifts of which were in her chosen pattern of crystal and china. MlM Virginia Watley registered them In a white satin Bride's Book. Sixty-one guests were present. Among the out of town guests were Mrs. Grover Pleeman and Mrs. A. M. Brewer of Cardwell, Mo., Mrs. Eugene Galyenn, Mrs. Don Brewer and Mrs. Leonard Sandusky of Leachvllle, and Mrs. Cunningham Hill and Mrs. Bess Pickens of Osceola. St. John and Sunny Land W. 8. The honoree. who was dressed in C S. met Monday night at the Sun- blue lace dress, was presented ajny Land Church with 13 members to Insects. Other chemicals have » m ^'^M.T^bym^b,u"^^ three visitors present. Visitors been developed that move thrown ™ «W>°' ± m« A "ohnston were Mrs. Claude Smith, Mrs. Fred plants to attack bugs where they ^ esof M ,£ „"„'"„*' Mrs. Hill MaiiRhum and Mrs. Phllburn Man- show up. WARNING ORDER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS C'ty of "ilytheville, Ark., Pltf. vs.. No. 4,863 Elsk 6. Goodrich and W. r. Goodrich. Dfts. The defendants, W. N. Goodrich and Elsie O. Goodrich, are hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, City of Blytheville. Ark. Dated this 24th day of March. 1556. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By DONNA SIMMONS. D. C Marcus Evrard, Atty. for Pltf. 3/2G-4/2-9-16 other of the groom, and the grandmothers, Mrs. Joe Samples and Mrs. E. H. Johns'on. also received grum of Caraway. Today." Mrs. J. C. Ford, Mrs. John McFarland, Mrs. Prank Hamilton and Mrs. Alvin Ramsey. Refreshments were served by the Sunny Land Circle. 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