The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 29, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 29, 1947
Page 9
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FRIDAY, AUGUST '29, 1047 I?LYTHKVI1J,E (AKK.) COURIER NKWS PAGE NINE, Suggestona For Better Farming Featured For This Section's Progressive Farmers. FARM NEWS-FEAIURES P*tt*ed Erery PrMmr N the lateral of Farm FiMffica •( Tfcfe Acriealtnral ScetiM. Three Added To Agri Faculty Dean Announces Appointments to Be Effective Sept. 1. FAVETTEVILLE, Ark., Aug. 29. —The addition of two new stall members to tile department of bacteriology and veterinary science of the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture has been announcer by Dean Llppcrt S. Ellis. Dr. John K. Feivyk will become associate professor of veterinary science on Sspi 1. while Peter H. Matisheck assume; Ills duties as instructor of bacteriology and research bacteriologist 01 July 15. Dr. Fenyk is a native of New Jer sey and a graduate of Rutgers Uni versity. He received the degree o D.V.M. from Kansas State Collcp in January, 1946. While studying a Kansas, lie was employed as student assistant in the department of surgery and medicine. Dr. Fenyk has spent some time as associate professor of pathology at the University of Maryland and has been enpagcd in private practice as a veterinarian in Sussex. N. 3. He will teach courses in veteri- : aculty Members Selected DR. JOHN R. FENYK PETER H. MATISHECK" U.S. to Send Winter Uniforms To Civilians in Occupied Lands WASHINGTON'. An;;, 23. (UP) — The War Department wants to play "Indian River" with the surplus G. I. winter clothing it has turned nary science at the University and over to the War Assets Administra- will also carry on research work in that field. Mr. Matisheck is a graduate of tion. It wants most of it back so it can turn it over to "threadbare" 1 civilians in occupied countries, De- Montana State College, from which [ partment officials disclosed today, would be ••de-militarized" bv being he received both a B.S. and an; The uniforms, clothing and other dyed a different color alter'its ar- M.S. degree. He has also studied at quartermaster equipment — wortl - - - cculivcs" to maintain hi|;h produ; 1 - University Pledges Aid To Farmers MAHIANNA, Ark., Aug. 29. (U!>> — University or Arkansas President Lewis Webster Jonos yesler- day drew a parallel between the need for cooperation between the slLite institution und aKi'ienllure, and (he need for cooperation between elements of civili/.ntlon. Discussing the agricultural extension program with a laryc tfroup of farm leaders iit the cotton brunch experiment station li\ Mni'1- aima, President Jones stressed the importance of education In keeping n|) with changing conditions. "Our crvillznUon Is uniquely de- pciulrnl upon knowledge, upon research, and upon the broad vision, the sense of responsibility o[ educated people," Jones said. "And education benefits immeasurably Irotn the realistic contact -with practical affiiirs." President Jones linked the nni- versily Ideals with the tradition of Western civilization. "The United Stales is not only the heir to the riches of Western civilization; we have In America New Ford Tractor Wi lion for a certain period, the ofli- the great responsibility of being cial explained. Occupation officials in Germany recently began offering "10-in-onc" Army rations as production "incentives." The clothing shippc dabroad DKTKO1T—(imMl news for iho nation's farmers as Iho m'w Ford tractor rolls oM Iho production lines of I'onl'.s Highland Park plniil at the rate o( 400 dnily. t-'vatures Inchldo im hi\imwcd hyilruviUc system {or implement control and four forward .spt-i'ds. \Vilh (he new line «f Dearborn farm equipment, tho Ford Intctnr Is tnurkt'U'd nMUuiEilly hy Dearb Motors Corporation. Michinn>l limm-rt'Uo (llm-iu Ciirlsim tries 4111! the new tractor at Dearborn Motors' L-\|K>rintfiitiil (nrm, Clurkston, MIclil^ thc University of Nebraska. From 1940 until. 1947 he served as research assistant at the University of Montana except for a period of 10 months during which he was on duty in the Navy. To Assist Stockmen The appointment of Paul Bruce Brawn as assistant professor of animal industry in the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture also roughly $50,000.003 in original cost —are needed for relief distribution and as "incentive goods" to "spur production overseas, particularly- in the Ruhr coal mines, officials said. They said the War Department lias asked WAA for permission to v:ithdra\v all "available" goods of this-nature, and that some withdrawals already hnve been made. They added uiey "understood" the was announced by Dean Ellis. Mr. I withdrawals would not affc:t goods already advertised for sale by WAA. ~ .......... ' ' " . . Brown will also serve as assistant animal husbandman (or the Agricultural Experiment, Station and carry on research projects pertaining to pasture and roughage utilization by farm animals. As a part of his duties, Mr. Brown will coach the livestock judgin The "available" surplus clothin;. includes army winter coats and underwear and Navy knitted caps and sou'wcslcrs, officials said. The War Assets Administration is the government agency charged with disposal of surplus war goods. teams at the College of Agriculture,; Oother agencies originally owning arid will have supervision of the " ~ ' " ' sheep flocks on the Experiment Station Farm. Mr. Brown recently received a Master of Science degree from the University of Illinois. He is a graduate of Mississippi State College, and has had several years of experience, in that state as fanner and as county agent. Prom 1943 to 194G he served in the armed forces, and on his return enrolled at the University of Illinois. Mr. .Brown will begin work September I. He replaces Alvin Neumann, who recently resigned to continue graduate work at the University of Illinois. rival there, officials .said. Data is Sought On Farmers' Labor Needs H. B. Sheppard, farm lab'ir .supervisor for North Mississippi County, today called on i'.i.rrnrrs of this area to submit their needs to him so that he ca labor almost the only place with the .strength and conviction to carry It. forward." Club Secretary Speaks at Noon Rotary Meeting Uzzcll S. Branson, secretary Of the Rotary Club, spoke to members of that organization on the club's by-laws at their weekly mcctins yesterday noon at the 'Hotel Noble. Guests at the meeting were Faber A. White of Osccola, Franklin Yatos of Shelbyville. Term., LI. Prank Scott, USN. T. L. Reagan ol BVyllicvillc and W. D. Holman and Boyd W. Johnson, both of Lspan- to. the available labor p!ax-cl h-fore surplus give up they turn it over to the War Assets. WAA officials said they were "scraping the bottom of the barrel" en G.I. winter clothing "but we have to give, the War Department whatever it needs." War Department officials said the cotton picking season begins "We particularly nerd quarters for several sins;!'; men n... .women who have announcaJ tlwj desire to pick cotton in this count: this Fall. Farmers who c»:> comodate these laborers are askeii to contact the County Asjenfs office as soon as possiUli,'' he said. Mr. Slicppard staled that the farm labor situation at present looks brighter than it nas in the Light of a 100-watt light bulb ;'"""; i matches light output ot 129 candles. Expcrt.s have figured your chances of being hit by lightining at 3B5,(XK) to 1. Quite a Haul - On being searched alter being arrested for shoplifting, a Tokyo thief shipping of uniforms and clothing ! past ^vera years. "With the Mexi- abroad is "flexible' and perhaps e!m 1 / lb< ! r Ul " 1 WC - lmvc b ' V " " r °only'$10.000,030 worth will be sent. "?""*' f e to , nf "™ s °™ th c re The first shipment is tentatively ?, houl " , lx: aml>le laL ° r thls *"*»•' scheduled for September, they re- 5 vealcd. They .said occupation Generals Lucius Clay in Germany and l>oug- hus MacArthur in Japiui have reported they can use "all they can get." The greatest portion of the clothing would be used for relief distribution, but some would be used election in Davidson Comuv today. Dead Man W/ns Election Four Days After Death NASHVILLE, Term.. Aug. 29. — A dead man had won an was found to be carrying a bottle 1 as "incentive goods," he said. i Final votes for constable i-i the of whiskey, purse, tin of butter, two i In the Ruhr coal mines, for ex- Twelfth District showed that forks, cuff-links, tin of beef, die- j ample, miners cannot buy the Charles A. Wilkcs, who died s<m- tionary, power, compacts, four pen- I clothes they need with the marks clay, polled 243 votes yesterday to cils and pocket-knives, in a stolen [ they receive as pay. They would ' suitcase. he offered a pair of shoes as "in- START ROLLING THOSE SLEEVES Nearly always you'll sec a farmer roll up his sleeves when (here is a hard problem to tackle. This Fall will be no execution . . . that's why we say "Start Rolling Those Sleeves Now!" Let's get that vital farm equipment ready for the task it has to perform. You can't risk breakdowns at Ihe season's zenith ... so bring it to us now for repairs. Easy Terms Arranged! 150 for his only opponent, Walter E. Anderson. , H was too late for Wilkcs name to be removed from t!u primary ballot v,-hcn he died. Going oiif tonight? Enjoy the comfort-' able feeling of knowing that if thieves DO ransack' your home,' you ar» financially 4 pro-' tected by an indi- : virtually planned,' burglary policy. j|j NOBLEXilLLi AC E NCV GLENCOE «OT€U • LOO. 1')' To- WISCONSIN POWER UNIT OWNERS: There's no in IcLLing inexperienced lubor tinker 1 with a valiiiiblu piecu of machinery xtich as your WISCONSIN POWKi; UNIT. 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All in 5-fl. sections, bolted. Hoof socllon 5' x 12'. Walls 5' x V. Floor section 5' x 10'. Sills, 3 pieces 2" x 8". Rafters 2" x 4" Trusses. Average includes 20 windows, 2 doors. Easy to take down und put up. K«y entire 20 x 100 or '/i or '/• as y«»u need. All ready for immediate delivery. While they last. $2000 Value Only $650 Will Moke Fine— Tenant Houses, Tourist Camps, Hunting, Fishing Lodges, Form Buildings, Stores, Barns. BOSLEY WRECKING CO. l>yrrsbur;j. Term. Army Air Rase Kt. 51, 1 mile North of Malls 10 Miles South of Dycrshurt Mr. Bosley, Mcr. At (Jordcll Hull Kvenlnjcs 6'8 Phone 1122 - PLEMENT CO. 'gnwrpfjH No. Highway 61 | WfffflJSH Phone 2142 i AMERICANS USE .FOUR TIMES AS MUCH COTTON AS Alt OTHER FIBERS COMBINED V o y (j i i More Cotton 8 e c o u 5 • Collon Civet Vou More THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK JN BLY»T NEVILLE The Only National Bank in Mississippi County

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