The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1947 · Page 10
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K (AUK.) COUIUlSll NKWS [''[ill)AY, .IANUAUY I!, I'MY Earthworm Finch Its Place In Sun '' • Scientists Say f ' Lowly Worm Proves s - Beneficial To Soil I B V\VL F. E1.L1S • United Press Science Writer ', BOSTON, Jan. 2.—(UP) — The earthworm Is one of mini's best friends. • < 11 III addition to being goori lish bait the earthworm's benefit to man. Henry Hopp and Homer T. r Hopkins of the U. s. soil conservation service, believe Is to make the farm lands more productive. That ' means more and better farm crops. These two- men, who mrcde a ve- \ port of new experiments \\ilh earthworms at the I13th anmml ' piecting of the Amcricnn Association for the Advance m e n t of > (Science, were somewhat perturbed that science has done little about this field. . . • * "The subject of earthworms is a ' full-grown challenge to the soil scientist." they said. "It i;; time to taie stock of where we stand. First, it must be admitted that we do not know truly and finally the extent to which earthworms promote the fertillt of soil.' Second, we do not fenow if it is possible to increase the earthworm population b practical farming methods}-. Third, there is enough 'smoke 1 , experimentally n" cl observatlonalty, to indicate there must be some degree of 'Jire' lo thls_ earthworm idea." These two experts on soil conservation told of experiments with earthworms in crocks filled with earth and in which plants were grown. It was found that the lifetime of an earthworm is very iliort, but that the worm before death had left eggs which hatched, bringing forth a new crop of baby earthworms. s Thc decaying remains of the dead worms fertilized the soil, and in each instance there was an increase in plant production. The tests showed that the death Of the earthworms in the soil resulted in a. release of nitrate and ninonia. ' Prior to their death, the earthworms laid eggs, from which a new Cleaning House Workmen clean and diist'lhc chamber of the Hoi;-; of Ki'pri-M nlvitlves in prrparntion for the opening ol the 80th.U. S. conuress Friday. (NBA Tcli/phoU).' A-Bomb Best Against Land Installations WASHINGTON, Jim. 3—'UP) — 'Die House Naval Alfulrs Committee .sFiid yesterday a study of the ISikina atomic: bomb tests convinced it that the bomb Ls more effective against hind installations than fleets. At the same time, the commit- fjencration hatched,' 1 (hey said. "Therefore, the continued presence of earthworms ill .soil may increase yield if conditions are maintained that permit a normal, continued cycle, of birth and death in the earthworm population. "Sustaining their cycle of birth and death appears, so far, to be the key to using earthworms for increasing crop production." They admitted that^more information is needed on how to cultivate (he earthworms—since It is estimated thai the cold winters destroy about 15 per cent o f the worm population. Furniture is a Sound Investment in Comfort! Floor Lamps — Table Lamps Innerspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alyin Harcly Furniture Co: 113 East Main Phone 2302 All Oar Employee* are War Veteran*. Ice recommended that tlio United Sliilc'.s luivc :it k'iist '•iloinlnntliiK control" over tronier .Japum'Lit- mantintctl Kliinds in Uu- P:iciilc; ".substantial rij;hLs" to silc-.s \vhore U. .S. basc.s h;ive been constructed ni i.sland terrlturies of EillirU nn- tlous, and "full title" to Mrinus. Nounu'n. Kspirltu .Sitnto, Ciiiada!- ennnl and other )>;ise .sites mi is- j Inmls innmlnlcd lo or clnlincd by other iiiitlons. It nl.so cautioned nisajii.sl, per- nittlng U. S. Pucltii: Ijasrs l<, lapso into a slate of impreparcdness. In a final report to the outgoing 7Qtli Congre.':.s, the- conitnittrc ;; ;iid j tlie Dikiui tests "did clcinoiislriitc the superstructures or .su: lace ships will be' seriously damaged in Hie immediate proximity of an atoinic- bouib explosion." Read Courier News Want Acls. Truman To Make Plea for Strike Prevention WASHINGTON, Jan. :|.-(UP) — 'resident Truinnn's first aiinuai economic report lo Congress wns expected today to include a strong pica for lauor-mniiiiticmeitL coop- eratino to prevent strikes durlnis 1047. The repoit, due next, Wednesday, Is retjuircd under the so-called full employment law enacted by the past conei-CKS. On the basis of Information .sub- milled Ijy Ids advisers, Mr. Truman was expected to take a cautiously optimistic view of the nation's economic health. He was believed certain to emphasize, however, thai Industrial pence is necessary lor continued prosperity, Army XI3-35 I* a huge, long- range strategic bomber capable ol carrying a lO.COO-potind bomb load 10,000 mile.s. CALL " 4 everything In "INSURANCE" UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY Ov«r Quard J.vulry Star* ,jA. F. DIETRICH, Mgr. FF*M DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING Well- Here I Am! Yes, fresh as a daisy is the only way our cleaning can be properly termed ... oucc you've tried It you'll agree, Boonc Cleaning is unexcelled. Call 3738 BOONE CLEANERS Change In Location A. T. WILSON Fu* Market (formerly located In Gaines Grocery) Now operating in (he Grear Grocery Store 212 L-. Main St. I'lione 2581 Your patronage is npprcclalc'J . . . . Our policy Is to give you the best in service nntl satisfaction. Finest Quality Pork & Beef Cuts FRESH VEGETABLES FRESH FRUIT Mill he found at PICKARD'S Phono 2043 1044 Chickasawba j Everything You Need! | i i i When you're in doubt :ts to where you should look for ! something for the home or car, try our well-slocked j store . . . you'll find many things you want riyhf at your finger lips. Don't waste time just "shopping" elsewhere! Blan Heath Auto & Home Supply Phone 828 410 West Main St. Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to UK will arrange to hf.vc your remembrances .sent, not just o.'ice,' but nionlli after month. Ask about tiii:; plan ^FLOWER SHOP F.T.I). Service We'Deliver Anywhere rii. 491 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glcncoe Khlg. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We liny and Sell GOOD USED CAHS ll Chamblin — Lex Chumlilin Railroad & Ash Sts. Phone 2195 CALL ON US- Eor Tiuck Service and Parts Truck service? You bet we can C="V take care of you. That's right down our Alley. Parts? We bay* a big stock of genuine International Parts. Stop in and •w»'U take car* of you, / ^ CALL ON DELTA ^ For Your. International- Truck Repairs! Delta Implements,- Inc. 312 So. 2nd St. We suggest a Complete Brake Inspection — RIGHT NOW! LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. B1TTNER TIRE HEADQUARTERS WHY WE CHOSE THE THREE BEST TIRES Dayton Thorobrcd.s are dated tiros mid guaranteed tor lit-e 06, lire itself. Go'idycar—i\Iore people'vidn on Goodyear tires- and tubes than any other kind. Hood Tires are jjood tires, ask us about the new Hood Custom-Btult 400. We Mount FREE—Every Tire We Sell * lotteries and Buttery -Service, * Washing untl lubricating. * Stunilnnl Ksso Gus untl Oils. MARK'S I'lione 2G11 AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sts. FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 320 E. Main St. Phone 2407 S.J.e»HEN[ Contractor '•' LYNCH BtDSsEiLYTHEVILLE ARK. CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS AJso CULVERTS \'*. IMC:ICK up tu IS Inches We are Dealers for THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING lie & Colvert Co. OSCEOLA, ARK. Phone 691 Yes. We Have New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! \\-\\.\. TUADi; FOR LATH MODliLS We have mi display for immediate delivery—lira nil Nciv :! Puntiac Streamliners with all trimmings. 1 ISait-k Super 4-iloor. t Mercury S-I'nsscnger Coupe. 'i Chevrolet 2-duors.' Also several late moilcl used cars and trucks. Come in or call, we ivill Iry tu liailc with you. BOO WILSON AUTO SALES Phone 2037 Cor. Franklin and Main St. Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES \ Wm. R, Overton — county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years Phone Evenings — Uoaf, House, Big Lake or Write % l!o.\ 81, Hosclaml, Ark. WASH TUBBS McKcc's I'lan BY LESLIE TURNEB VOLJ'B NEVER SELL \SHE lf.Ki RETURN ANV MOMENT, AND V*W SCHEKLES A,HOUSE \ KMISN'T-ER-LENRN OF HIS FABULOUS THM ETMCftLLV BELONGS I OfFER.'. YOU SEEr IrTOO.HfcVJE A TO THE COUNTESS. J.R.. fr HOME IN PftWETTO BEftCH >JeT WHEN HE PHONED, fci ^ -^=«-— —•=VOU TOLD HM TO BE IN VOUR OFFICE IftTER WITH THE CASH! WHY? TJ |«SS3 ^ T> No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY- PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDKKW J. FLOIUDA, Vicc-Prcsidcnt PI10NK 210 x Mississippi County Bonk Building ivi-i Osceola, Arkansas IKHE I We ..THE ONE SHE TRIED FIRST TO BUV! f,W> PRICED W ftBOUT WHAT ViSN SCHEKIES IWiPLIEH SHS PWP FOR HEF2SI WHWAGDIDEN OPPORTUWTV FOR Ax WiTH BUSIMESS INSTINCT! I'LL 3U5TTRME HOUSES WITH HER fW/V<EU.,YOU'D" 1 BE FR=E TO SEIL W,\ mz. GOSSAWEK/ BETTES STOP TSRRftCePlf.ee FORftNEKTPROrir/D ;r f~>T OF ?55iOOO! I»-.,VM--~ rtERS COWES :**':,.'. !/ :V~-, ,__--^-:f;: '¥. ! M<\ 1 THECilUNTeSS RED RYDER Kecc|»tion (,'ommiflce BY FRED RARMAN V'^ FOR US--IT'S RF.D RYDER.' ALLEY OOP What (Jives? RY V. T. 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