The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1951 · Page 11
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FRIDAY, 14, im (AUK.) cotranw NZWI PA'GE BLEVEK FARM NEWS AND DeltaPlantersPlead For Better, Earlier Mexican Contract All-America Favorite Rose Makes Ideal Christmas Gift MEMPHIS, Term., Dec. 14. «>)— nition's cotton planters can- plan successfully for the 1952 crop unless International agreements for migrant farm labor are completed earlier, a House Agriculture Subcommittee was told yesterday. ,' The subcommittee on migratory labor heard producers and their representatives from Arkansas and Mississippi urge immediate help in H.D. CLUB MEM OS by Mr*. Gertrude B. H oilman • {Rom« I*mcmstration Atent) , The home demonstration clubs have gone over the top in furnishing North Mississippi County's quota of small gifts to the Navy Hospital at, Millington, Tenn. North Mississippi County home demon jstratkm clubs were asked to contribute 100 gifts but they went over the top with 131 which were mailed ^rom the Red Cross office yesterday W The following clubs participate! in the project: Dogwood, Blackwater. Lone Oak, Shady Grove. Yarbro, Armorel, Fairview, Brown Boynton, and Lost Cane. ; - H. D. Chrtetnus Futy Last Wednesday the H. l5. Coun mproving what they called a "bad" abor situation. Other states were to heard from later in the one- day hearing. Former Arkansas Gov. Homer Adkins, the first witness, said the 951 crop was the most expensive ever produced. He blamed the lateness" of a migratory labor agreement with Mexico as one of :he biggest factors behind it, Adkins, now Arkansas director of :he'U. S. Employment Service, said i labor agreement is needed at [east hy early January if farmers are to plan for another 16 mil- Ion bale crop next year. J. C, Bairci Jr., and B. F. Smith, top officials of the Delta Council, followed Adkins on the stand, Both pleaded for earlier agreements. Baird also spoke out against what he called "many undesirable features" of the present program. He said the agreement is too one-sided in favor of the Mexican laborers, that the chnreg of $15 per man to pay the cost of subsistence and transportation from Mexico is too high, that not enough "local level" decision are made in agreements, that transfers should be made without charge to the employer. Rep. w. R. Poage (D-Texes) chairman of the subcommittee said his group wanted "to improve the labor situation, possibly by changes in laws." Rep. Harold Cooley (D-NC), chairman of the entire House Agriculture Committee, helped In the questioning of witnesses. The annual search for > Christmas gift that Is practical and yet desirable and that iji original but Inexpensive, can b« ended satisfactorily by writing "row plunts" at the head of. the Idea list. Few presents are more complimentary U> the receiver. Few presents give such listing enjoyment and ts continuous a reminder of 2 Missco Men Delegates to Cotton Meet MEMPHIS, Tenn.. Dec. 14—Arkansas cotton interests will be repre- nted by 15 stale unit delegates at e National Cotton Council's four«nth annual meeting in New Orans, La., Jan. 28-29. unit Chair- an L. T. Barrlnger announced re today.- The Council's 2«4-man Bellwide legation of state representatives selected by the nation's cotton rmers, ginners, warehousemen erchants, splnnerj and cottonseec ushers. Delegates from the Arkansas unit e: Producers: R. E. Short, Brlnlcley; C. Hardin. Grady; and L»w- nce C. Sloan, Strawberry. dinners: James R. Bush, Helena G. Black. Coming; and J. E eaford, Luxora. Warehousemen: E. F. Wade, Lite Rock; S. R. Nichols, Des Arc dn B. G .Wist, Blytheville. Crushers: F. E. Wilson .Tex. rkana; James Hicky, Forrest City nd F. H. Jarrell, Little Rock. -^Christmas i Oought has' 'ihen prove , Elected were: Mrs. Forrest Moore Lone Oafc, president; Mrs. Paul Abbott, Yarbro. Secretary; Mrs. Floyd Davis. Dogwood, reporter. During the social hour about 50 members exchanged gifts. Korean -Clothing Blackwater has reported sending Z2 pieces of clothing to the Koreans. This is ft project underway in the home demonstration clubs of North ^Mississippi County because of the urgent need in'that country for clothes and bedding. ' • Toy* A large amount of money will be spent on toys in the next few weeks tut smart Santas will purchase •those that give lasting enjoyment t and benefit to children. In the phristmas rush tco many toys are hastily or on Impulse and disappointing novelties. Toys that appeal to adults often hold only brief Interest for the child because he can do little with them. Many toys with eye appeal are poor Investments. Familiar example is the' big fancy doll with clothes that don't come off so that the child playing "mother" can't undress or dress her "baby," or even keep Its clothes clean. -The best investment is the toy suited to the child's age, interest .and play needs especially the ones that he can use in many ways and that is sturdy enough for long use The "do-with, many use" toys often are less expensive than novelties or elaborate items made to 1m- ' press adults. Simpler toys that have -stood the test of time generally !are good choices—blocks suited to young builders of different ages and durable enough to psus on to younger children; housekeeping utensils and equipment, often fo' ,le at dime stores; crayons, mod deling clay, paint and painting equipment such as easels and long ,h?"dled brushes. 'Too many, too complicated or un sv.~iu!e toys may 'hinder rathe than help children learn to llv through play. (D-Mo), p. B. Dague (B-Pn), K. Bramlett (R-Callf), H. O. Lo R-SD), J. L. McMillen D-SC), "rank Smith (D-Mis.s), pat Sut- fD-Tenn) and Jamie Whitten D-Miss). 94,000 Broilers Placed in State Hatcheries and dealers placed 94,000 broiler chicks with producer. the northwest area during th week ending Dec. 8, according t ,he Arkansas Crop Reporting Serv ce. , This is an increase of one per cent over t the previous week. Of the total placements 647,00 chicks were hatched in the area anc 297,000 came from other states. Will Get Best Service If You Bring It to T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrr«i«r-Hj»««Mtli Ul t Mill Fh he thoughtfulness of the donor. In the south, southwest and Pa- Ific coastal areas the plaat Itself i«y b« sent for immediate planting. n northern tones, gift certificates re furnished by nurserymen who automatically deliver the rose bush- at the proper planting time In prlng. While prices of different varieties may vary slightly the cream of the »S2 rose crop, the three new roses -hat won All-America honors, may « bought as a group for approximately seven, dollars. Such a gift would aUo provide variety since are hybrid teas, Fred Howard and. Helen Traubel, and one is floribunda, Vogue. Actually, there are 35 roses which have won the coveted All-America title since the competition began in IBM. These plants represent the best of 'each year's rose introductions and the list includes a wide range and choice of colors. The rose Is one of the few plants that may be raised in any part o the country and its blossoms, whe ther in the garden or on the table are first In popularity among mcs American gardeners. 1.) Further, there t» the New Testament teaching of love to one's enemies, a fulfillment, as Jesus said, if the noblest teaching of the saints and prophets who had prepared the way. There is much In all this of cause 'or reflection. It is only in our own Imes that any vital protest has iriseii against the doctrine and practice that might makes right, add of right by conquest. In the long history of mankind conquest has established sovere- gnty, regardless of any question of right, or aggression. Within this century, two world wars have been based upon that false notion of right byconruiest. Now, at last, the United Nations organization has repudiated that doctrine and is seeking to recog nize agression lor its inherent wrongfulness, and to deny sovereignty to the aggrcsor. The issue of Israel's .conquest of Canaan lies far in the past, but the Issue or conquest and destruc tion of enemies is a vital issue, perhaps the most vital of all issues today. Sunday School (Continued from Page 8) tlon ol religion. Against the gory scene of Israel destroying Its enemies Is th nobler conception of the later Hebrew saints and prophets of Israel through whom all the nations of the world \yere to be blest—a prophecy that in notable measure has come true. <See Isaiah 62, Psalm Hollywood (Continued' from Page - 6) . John Huston predicts an Oscar (or Humphrey Bogart'.s work in 'African Queen," Bogie, meanwhile, Is writing a magazine story titled, "John Huston, Man or Mon- tter?" Yvonne de Carlo, Is the latest film star ,(o have her ryes opened by a TV appearance. Playing 'another "Kelle of Ihc Brawl" saloon entertainer In Ill's "The Scarlet A n pel," Yvonne en trust 1 tl about her video appearance on the Donald O'Connor show ; "Everybody I meet says, 'r saw you on TV.' It's fantastic. I'm getting into it." ARK YOU KinniXG? The Greta Garbo- Cecil Ben ton romance is the third Hnre-up or the old flame. 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