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FRIDAY, JANUARY W, (AKK.) COUKiKK NKWU Warm-Up Time Farming Fast Becoming a Job For the Experts, State College Official Tells Rotarians Here Future demands of agriculture will be for better educated farmers «nd the inexpert and and Inept will be forced off the land, Dr. R. c. Casscll of Arkansas State College in Jonesboro said here yesterday. Sneaking- at the weekly meeting* of the Rotary Club yesterday noon In the Hotel Noble, Dr. Cassell pointed out that while farming :» beaming an expert profession, mosi pdwnlial farmers never get to college and only « few ever finish high school. Dr. Cassell also pointed out the expansion Arkansas State College has undertaken in the field of agricultural courses of study. On conservation, Dr. Casscll said, that farmers are now sufficiently aware of the consequences of erosion to be soil conservation conscious. Soil Conservation Stressed Since this county has been settled, he said, one-third of all lop soil has disappeared and erosion has damaged two-thirds of all u. s agricultural land. No other nation has lost so much in so little time, he asserted. Erosion must be halted. Dr. Cassell warned, or the united States will be faced with a grave land short- Describing Arkansas State's ng- rlcultural courses. Dr. Casscll said the college now offers courses in general agriculture, animal husbandry, agricultural administration, agronomy and soil. Courses in agricultural engineering are expected to be added, he said. The college's 900-acre farm 's now being brought up to dale through the .selling of all scrub stock and the building of new hcrt'i of pedigreed animals, he said. The.-:e will Include 100 head of Holstcin, Jersey and Oueinaey dairy cattle. Modern Kqulpnient Obtained Installation of a pasteurizing plant is planned and all milk products will, be used for the college cafe- tjja and college families. Dr. Cassell said. All farm buildings are being modernized, machinery is being added, terraces built, drainage ditches dug and fertilizer added to all plots, lie said. Dr. Cassell also said that many ex pcrimental plots are being added and that a "field day" Is planned. Test plots for hybrid corn, cotton and soybeans arc being laio out. The college recently received two Belgian stallions as a gift from the Ralph L. Smith farms at Chillicothe. Mo., he said. Guests at the meeting included Dr. W. J. Edens, president of Ai Kansas State College, Hays Sullivan of Burdette, Marvin Evans of Steele, Mo., and J. W. Adams of Blythcville. Greeks Get Guns From America to Battle Guerrillas ATHENS, Jan. 30 (Ul>>—Mil). Gen. William O. Uvesay, chief of the American Military Mission to Greece, reported today that the United States had met Greek requests for mountain artillery by ordering an unspecified number of T5-milUmeter pack howtuers. Livesay said thai under the aid irogrHin the United States had sent 50 shiploads of military equipment and supplies totaling 90.000- odd tons through Jan. '20. "The Greek national army as now equipped is superior In every respect to the Andsirtes (the Com- nunisl guerrillas! and is capable of carrying out successful offensive operations against them," l.lvcsity said. "It will of course be even better equipped when all supplies which have been ordered arrive." Not New Mathematics Is nothing new. Hack In 1900 II. C., scholars were sti'ug- ftllng with arithmetical progressions., quadratic equations, and equations with two unknown factors. PAGB THKUI 1948. In WARNING OHUKK IK* rhanrrr; Court, Chlckl- .s.mka District, Mlsilulppl County, Arkatuai. Edna Kobrrl.s ............ Plaintiff, vs. No 10.385 W. H. Roberta .......... Defendant. The defendant W. 1' Roberts Is ereby warned to api>ear within urty days In the court named In he caption hereof and answer the omulaint. of the plalnlUf Edna Roberts. Dale/1 this M dav of January. 918. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. By Betty Peterson. D. C. :inurte F. COOIXT, Attv, lor PHI, Ed n. Cook. Ally, ad litem. l!'2i-30-2;6-13 HAItVKY MORRIS, Clerk By Betty Peterson. D. C. Claude F. Coo|irr, Ally, nd lltein, Ed B. Cook. Ally. «d lltein. 1VAKMNG OKDKK IN Tilt: CIIANCKKV COIJKT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, CHU'K- ASAWHA niS'l'HICT, STATK OK ARKANSAS. Inez Cable Works I'lunlH vs. No. to,M8 James J. A. Works Defendant. The IMcndmil. Jainrn J. A.| Woiks, Is hereby named to appear < In tills Court and answer the i-om- ) l>l:ilnt ol tli,. plaintiff. liu-7. Cubic Works, within :IO (lays, and U|K>n his lulluic to do so (be complaint hi Mild will In' taken a.s confessed. Given under my hand and .seal this -a day of Ji'uuuuy, 1048. HAUVKY MOllltIS, Clerk lly Dorothy Couley, 1). (J. \), F. Tuylor, Jr., Ally. t.M-30-2,0-13 Mrs. II. Bleasby's fur wrap comes in handy as protection against the cold as in sport outfit she awaits her match in London's All-Kn^hmcl Women's Squash Championships. Read Courier News want Ads. Bishop Mitchell Plans To Visit Local Church The lit. Rc-v. R. Bland Mitchell, bishop of the Uplscopal Diocese ol Arkansas, will visit niytheville Saturday and Sunday. 'Feb. 7 nnc 8. it was announced today by .loin 13. McDowell, senior warden of the local St. Stephen's Episcopal Church !ii:,hop Mitchell, who will he lion orcd with a dinner at the Woman's Clnb on the night of Feb. 7. b> members of the Woman's Auxiliary, will preside at the unrum membership meeting of the parisi to be held Immediately tollowin, tile dinner, lie also will conduct a service of Holy Communion at S! Stephen's Church on Sunday morn ing. Feb. 8. at II o'clock. All communicants of the lora church, ns well as Eplscopuliai from Dell, l.oiichvillc. Luxora an... .Stcele, arc invited to tie present for both the dinner and the churcn service. Mr. McDowell announced. WARNING ORDER I the Chancery ('curt, Chlrka- 1 vwba District, Ml**is<dppL <'oun- j i'. Arkansai. i ...Plaintiff, ' I,. 'vs. No. 10.386 Joe I-^oloy Defendant. Tile defendant Joe Foley Is hereby warned to appear within thirty dnys in the court named In the caption hereof and answer Ihc complaint of the plaintiff Joy K Polcy. Dated this '22 day o[ January, NOTICE PENALTY WILL BE PLACED . ON CITY AUTO LICENSE . AFTER JANUARY 31ST, Pay Now And Avoid Penalty Frank Whitworth City Clerk DELICIOUS WAFFLES Arr THY Always In Soil son! THKM AT TIIK Nickel Stand Mr«. .lark Salllui 103 W*sl Main Slrfff City Radio -Service- Dial 2407 t»r Expert K«M>n 124 Eut M>!n M. Felix A. Carnty r'Yesh Slock Host Prices Kirby Drug StoreS THE exalt DRUG STORE Read Courier News Want Ads. Big Business Carries Bulk Of Tax Burden jl' LITFLE ROCK. Ark.. Jan. 10 (U.P.) — Big business in Arkansas carried more than 60 per cent rl the stato Income tax load in 1947, Gov. Ben Laney said today. Releasing a compilation ol income tax collections, the governor pointed out that corporations paid income taxes during the year totaling $3. 800.450 or 60.4 per cent of the record high of $6,448,904. Laney said the table was the lirsi ef several being prepared by the Revenue Department in answer to critics ol the revenue stabilization net and other legislation he sponsored as governor. A lurther breakdown by counties will be made of safes and other special revenues. The governor said that the lig- urcs prove that the larger counties are supporting the smaller hill counties, despite claims during the 1947 legislature ol discrimination. CUP There's More than One Kind Ularriage License* The following couple obtained a marriage liccns- yesterday in the office of Miss EliiaV-ih Blytht. county clerk. Charley Watson and Miss Vernila Chadwlck of Carbondale, 111. 4*. No Military Force "rJewfoimdland is probably the lar- ccst civilized territory in the world without a military force. Its nearest approach to one is the Church Lads' Brigade, which is armed with rifles. C.&W. CLEANERS Phone 3747 While good appearance un<|ucs- Lionalily helps you in business, equally im|ioiiant is flic persona) satisfaction achieved by correct grooming. That's profit on the personal side—a profit you get from C. & excellent cleaning service for which you clout pay a cent! Pick Up and Delivery Service 300 South Division Reg. 1.25 PERUNA SHOP FOR ALL YOUR DRUG NEEDS NOW AT OWEN'S FOR ELECTRIC WORK *Call 2397* — KOR— • Bob Powell • T. W. 'Hop' Neil We s|icciiili/.e in hmtsr wiling, farm wiring, n , () . lor rcpjiir iiml nppliiiiivc BOB'S Electric MX) N. Fifl It SI. litylln-ville, Ark. FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Wafer Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforctd Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 691 CREOMULSION $1.08 Rexall Cold Combination llc s . 1.50 Nylon Bristle Tooth Brush IJcg. $1.25WAMPOLE / S--$1.09j i ._*V M «_»1..B*... __.__«•....____._...___________-—•• | ' I 35c Groves Cold Tablets 29< 60c Alka Seltzer 49< 35c VICKS :" ; :: ""29* \ Porto Rico KIl.N IHtlKIt SWEET POTATOES Delivered In Your Door Plumes •1(177—U'.ISli Buck Mcharg Produce 41! £. M;iln St. Guaranteed RADIO REPAIR l>y K xpcrl Call SI! Brooks Music Store 107 R. Mrtin BUY Now Pav Next Fall Yi Down—Bal. Oct. 1 HUBBARD Furniture Co. Concrete Tile Sewer Til* Sire* 1, « and * Inch Culvert TiU 10. l'2, 15, U, It, n. M and M Inch A. H. WEBB II»v (I M Sule Lin* Phont Rlytherlllc Tit ' Full Pint Slicrton Vitamin B Tonic So It's An Auto HEATER You Want! one at this "HOT" price Ail nationally advertised hot water heaters ............. PRECISION-MADE OLDSMOBILE PARTS Also— • RADIOS • CHAINS • TIRES • TUBES LEE MOTOR SALES Your OLDSMOBILE Dealer 307 East Main Street Even-Flo BOTTLE 25* Pint Rexall Magnesia Reg. $1.00 CARDUI 93< Bisma Rex Anti-Acid 59? RADIO REPAIR 1 AND 1 DAY SL'RVICE ON ANY MAKK OR MODI 1 :!. RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Kloclricn) Appliance Co. Autluirurd Molnrnla Radio Sales and Serylo* IOG South first St. "l»on'l put your fnoi In H" tit ll'.i been re-soled, re-hteled, pol- 1 1shed by m! Hfl LTSRS OUflLITY SHOC SHOP III W. M fl I N ST. Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY I'luine 201.1 101-1 Chicknsn\v!>.i I Have On Hand At All Times Several iraclors Find equipment . . . both new anrt used ones , JOHN DKERE. FARMALL and ; other makes. Also. I have for sale M nil litres 70 to 80 head of i mules. Terms can l>e arranged, ; WIU trade for most anything i you have. } New Korri Tractors \ Ready for Delivery F. C. CROWE Owen's Drug Store In Our Body Shop If you have body rfpalr work lev he dom nn your car, brin* it to us. Red Lewis If now connected with our body .«hop and hit reputation for tood work is widely rrcoj- nir.cri throughout this section. CUP N 1 SAVf Reg. 25c BC CUP Sllr Williams Shnve ('ream Sflt' Aqua Vclva liolh for Phone 519 First National Insurance Agency FOR CO.MIM KTK PROTECTION Phone l>;m 108 NorlK 2nd St. Bll.l. WILSON CHARLES BI'ITNKR BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151

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