The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1955 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 29, 1955
Page 8
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PAGE Brairr BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS APRIL M, »* NEW REVIEW- FORECAST , ** Land Levelling-Big Scale- County Agent Keith Bllbrey has described land levelling operations now in progress on the E. M. Regenold farm near Armorel as "the biggest I've tver seen in this county.' Five of these big dirt removers have been working on the job along with two large Cats. It's all being done in the interest of flow irrigation. Mr. Regenold experimented with flow irrigation last year on a limited scale. The scale this year, won't be limited as these pictures attest. IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Euby Snipes, Pltf. vs. No. 12,967 John Bernard Snipes, D't. WARNING ORDER The defendant, John Bernard Snipes, is hereby warned to appear this court within thirty (30) days and answer complaint of the plaintiff, Kuby Snipes, and upon ifs failure so to do, said complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as Clerk of the !hancery Court pi The Chickn- sawba District of Mississippi Coun- y, Arkansas, and the seal of said court, this 14th day of April, 1955, Jl, _ '.*.**&.uL~^.J.\. .... 'Drastic Changes' Are Asked in. U. S. Program, for Cotton WASHINGTON (AP) — The "deplorable condition" of American cotton growers can bo blamed on the "disastrous effects" of the present farm program, a Senate .subcommittee said this week in recommending drastic changes. The Agriculture Subcommittee, headed by Sen. Enstlnnd (D-MIss) said the solution to the problem of surplus U. S. cotton lies In a reduction of the support- price or n cotton export subsidy, or a combination of the two. A report issued by the subcom- mittee after hiMiriny.s on the 1 roUon situation also said that, "The present prop mm, unless changed, will continue to have cllsn.slrous effects upon the entire American cotton economy." The support of cotton prices nt 90 per cent of purity, the report said, furnishes "nn umbrella under which foreign production has expanded,..with the assurance that it could capture our export, markets at prqfiti-.blo prices." High prlcn -supports in effect (iiianintce there will be no drastic drop in world cotton prices, the report siiid. Markets Lost The report said. "Markets we hiivt> been generations in creating have lititui surrendered to foretgi 1 producers without firing n shot; foreigners have placed their cottoi prices Just under ours In order to get this export, business and takt over . . . Ihe imirkeU for American-grown cotton." On the IOIIH nin^c side, the sub committee suggested a reductioi of support prices to enable an In- crt'iisi- in the consumption of American cotton, or a export subsidy to enable American-grown cotton lo compete with foreign col- Ion if purity is to -cmnln at 90 per GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. Reid & Burge, Attys. for Pltf. James W. Steinsiek, Atty. for Dft 4/15-22-29-5/b The black silk suit, tailored like a woolen, Is coming back Into the fashion picture. Nice for dressy daytime wear. cent, or a combination of those two. Steps Tested Immediate steps included: 1. That the Commodity Credit Corporation be liquidated compel- itiVcly as soon as possible. The report said failure of the CCC to dispose of its .surplus cotton stocks has "complicated" the cotton problem. 2. A flexible, effective subsidy "to prevent an accumulation of excessive government stocks." 3. Cotton farmers should ,be entitled to decide whether they want high support prices or whether they want "an acreage sufficiently large to support a strong cotton farm economy based upon a realistic price support level." ANNOUNCING THE RESUMPTION OF THE MANUFACTURE OF THE SUPER "D", "SO" AND "D" GIBSON TRACTORS UNSURPASSED FOR SUBURBAN UM HNGERTOUCH CONTROL Of IMPIEMENTS • DEVELOPS 8 H.P. • EASY STEERING • LOW PRICED • 100O USES < I- Traetors, Implements, and Replacement- Parts for old Gibson Tractors Now Available. WANTED: A Distributor for the State of Arkansa*. DEALERSHIPS OPEN. Western American Industries, Inc. Longmont, Colorado SEED-FERTILIZER SOYBEAN SEED Cerl. Ogden 80% $'1.00 per hu. Non.'Cert. Ogdens 80% SS.fifl per hu. Dortch Soys No. 2, 80% .... SS.fiO per hu. Arksoy, 80% M.lifl per Ini. Breeder's Hale Orders $5.00 per hu. Cert. Dormans, S()% $5.00 per hu. Non Cerl. Dormans, SOS': ....?•!.iiO per hu. Dortch No 07, 70% $,'1.75 per hu. Cert Perry, 80% $-1.50 per hu. COTTON SEED Cert. Delfos 916!) SS.50 nvl. Red Tag I) & PL 15 $7.00 cwl. FERTILIZER Ammonium Nitrate $79.00 per Ion 12-12-12 $7-1.00 per Ion Nitrate Of Soda $05.25 per ton SORGHUMS and GRASSES Sweet Sudan $1 1.50 c\vl. Atlas Sargo $10.50 cwl. Bermuda Grass Hulled S .Ifi l,h. Plainsmen Milo $6.80 cwl. Dealer For I lister PAG (il y $12.7(1 per hu. I fister PAG 170 y SI 1.70 per hu. 1 fister PAG li.'il W ... . $1:2.70 per. hu. 1'TNKS G I1YHR1I.) COHN I unks G 711 SI!.!)() per hu. I unks G US S11.90 per hu. 1 unks G Hi SI1.1IO per hu. I unks G 2-1-1 S11.90 per hu. 1 unks G 512 W S. 12.90 per. hu. OTHKH HYBlim CORN I). S. I.'t $ 7.50 per. hu. Dixie 33 •• S10.(i() per hu. Dixie 22 $10.fiO per bu. OPIiN POL1.1NATKD CORN Tcnn. Red Cnhh .... S-1.50 per hu. Neiil's Paymaster ...... .? 1.50 per hu. Hickory King S 5.-IO per hu. Yellow Dent § 4.50 per bu. FARMERS SOYBEAN CORP. "Home of Sudden Service" N. Broadway * Mutton Sti. Phone 3-8191 HANDLES JWO JOBS WITH ONE SETUP! BARRENTINE FOUR-ROW PULVERIZER TWO TOOLS IN ONE—Tlie Barrentlne Pulverirers are virtually two tools In one, having been designed and constructed in one compact unit consisting of stalk cutters and section harrows. The stalk cutters aic placed for chopping the rows first; thereby helping the section harrows lo do a good pulverizing jjob. By Ihe use of gauge wheels, (which arc adjustable to any height desired and hydraullrally controlled by tractor operator from the driver's scat), you can keep the crop rows a uniform height .for future help in planting and cultivation. The pulverizer permits one tractor and one operator to do the work of two to three. The job It performs is done better, faster, and with a jreat savings of 'man-hours' and equipment. 549 95 Plus Sales Tax F. 0. B. Blytheville HARDY SALES and SERVICE 705 Cl*«r Luke Avenue Phone S-6978 BEST BY TEST All Over tho Cotton Belt Teit Reiultt Prove That . . . BOBSHAW 1A and DELFOS 9169 are the cotton varieties that produce the largest money returns. We have the above in Registered Breeders Seed. Also OGDEN seed beans. HENDERSON SEED CO. Highway 61 South Phone PO 2-2860 NOW II V If ... YOU CAN HARNESS THE POWER OF YOUR MASSEY-HARRIS TRACTOR TO Handle More Tillage Jobs ... BIAt-MOUNTlD SQUARE lAft TOOL CARRIER! For sub-soiling job*, tough field cultivating, or working orchard aoil, you'll like Ihe No. 75 Tool Carrier for your Mawey-Hairis Model 33 or 44 Special Tractor. Built ol eitra heavy square bar stock—in 7, 10, or 14-foot width. Take* a wide variety of shanks—straight or curved. Sweep* avail, able in 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, and 24-inch sizes; P/i-inch chisels also available. Second tool bar (extra) bolts to the front bar tor additional clearance with staggered shanki. No. 28 Tool Carrier of name basic design available for 2-plow Mawey-Harris Colt and Mustang Tiactois. 61 IMPLEMENT CO. "Th» farmer's Horn* of Satisfaction" N. Highway 61 Ph. 2-2142 HOT DOGS Deliriously Seasoned with Our Chili and Chopped Onions Take Home Sack 6 ,. '1" KREAM KASTLE DRIVE IN Authorized Dodge-Plymouth Service Factory Trained Mechanics • Factory Approved Equipment • Factory Engineered Parts For Service Bring Your Dodge or Plymouth Home to 61 MOTOR CO. N. Hwy. 61 (Same location as 61 Imp. Co.) Ph. 2-2M2 American Electric Supply, Inc. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF Electrical Supplies & Construction Materials Rear 213-215 W. Walnut — Blytheville— PO. 3-8353 1M-10S E. Word—Jonesboro—WE 5-5385 LAMPS, SERVICE EQUIPMENT CONDUIT WIRING DEVICES If your home or business house is not adequately wired, Me your licensed electrical contractor. FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. \\ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2-2089 Vitit Conny't Conoco S«rvic«, Adi •> Division

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