The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 16, 1949
Page 11
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\ FRTDAY, DECEMBER 1(5, BI/YTHEVTU.E (AHKJ COOTIER NEWS PAGE Cotton Deioliaiio Cotton Defoliant Summary O f Chemical Research to be Given At Memphis Meeting . MKMl'ms. Tcmi,, Dee. ]Q—fSpc- <^1»~A RurnniHry of A re 11 on 4 fr Ill ' l ' J '' defoliation o f cotton iJumiplioul the Cuiton Bell will he present Ftf ,-Jt tjie fourth, annual Bcltwide Cnttcm Defoliation Conference hen- on jan. 12-13, the jVatinna] Cotton Cumuril announced today in rxtilnlniny the objectives of ihn mooing. Ooftl.s ol the funferont'c, which will ^ be limited to pcc.sunh piu'tic- itwitip; liuecily or indirectly in de- iiflinifdi; activity, jue to: >U assemble, (|H-II.<S ami niukc available all lhal is being leanied regarding nil a.sppcts of chemUml defoliation ol cot ion; (2> coordinate defoliation iOM.Mix'1) on a regional bri-sin; (3) to ft void unnecessary duplication of efsci'i. and Mi inovicio a means of exact, interpret nlion ol liUciTChiLcil c.Milt.s of research. Rclolintion is a process b\- ivhk-h .'hemiciils are applied to the cotton plant to cause It to slirrt H.s leaves prior lo time for harvesting. Since leaves are a source of trash which Jmvers the grade of (he Jint. <irfolialirji) ]R especially beneficial when machines arc u.sutl to harvest cot l on, The Col ton Council explained 'nsc a number of agencies Rre co- oiicratitiij with, defoliiititin research with state and fedenil workers joining with chemical nnrt machinery manufacturers to spur development of more efficient use of the process throughout the Cotton Bolt. The Council added that the Annual conference is one of the wnys in which these efforts *jfcv coordinated. *^This year's meeting will be the first to be sponsored by the Na- tionnl cotton Council, although the sessions were inaugurated in 1947 when the group met in FayeHeville, Ark, The 1948 and 1949 conference were held in Little Rock, Ark. MacKenzie Con t i line d f rout Page 8 be seen. On this point, a message from' Tel Aviv to Lnho Success quoted Israeli Premier Davui Ben- Gurion a.s saying: "It ts to be hojied that the General Assembly will in the course of time correct this mistake which Its majority hn.s made, and will make no attempt whatsoever to impose a regime on the Holy City against tlic will oT Us people." Later Ben-Gurton declared In Jerusalem: "We have entered upon the greatest political struggle in thc history of our people." j^ntej nationalization \vo\itd he cat- .c|Sfltcd"lo protect thc holy places •ifiid keep them open to pilgrims from thc outside world. Both Israel and Jordan have promised protection and access, and if the U.N dees change its mind It presumably will be on the basis of these promises. Observers find it difficult to t\z- ure out any solution of the. problem except a compromise. The consensus is that any idea of the U.N, using strong-arm methods la achieve its object Is unthinkable. s tt -^-^77, - , • "•""' ;;..- •JLL:;;^;,-,. | ; ,,;;/';' t , Is ,,. t , n f . v . % , i ,. Y;g . vJ -, ,.^..;~ Trusty Hunts Dogs Then Escapes Prison NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 16. (AP) Here's the story police say they were (old by a man tlicy booked as 25-year-old Robert L. Cole: Three years ago when Cole was a trusty at the state penitentiary, where he wa.s serving a term for forgery, two bloodhounds were lost in the swamps and he was sent to find them. Reversing the usual order of thiue.s, the convict searched for the bl.xidhoamJs. but gave up a/(rr a couple of hours, and hot-footed it lo New Orleans—and freedom. teJ,Ie was recognized by a prison 'Jcft.'.rd, Tillman S. Smith, who was In town to get a truckload of vegetables. g C T Ilic facts on l ow . " >• ' cose farm finanr, ms . . . hnw i o Mvo »tlh llic F.rm lncom> Privilege, be safe with the ' rcparm<-n( Reserve. I>rop.Trc,l hj || 1C „„„„ ,„ nr field, TJio Kittiilable l-ife Assu rat , rr <W; r ( T . TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. 213 W. Walnut Phone 23S1 Blyllicvillc CHAMP was p;iki for nl the aucU< Tim chnnipio record price champion. "The Old Soiilh Is In the ol n revolution." said Ur. Ernest. E. NeaJ. dJrcclor of Die rural life council of Tiiskeecc Institute In Alabama. Neal nppcnrfil before a Senate- House Economic Subcommittee sturiying .the problems of low Income families. Me snlcl: "Tlie established order of cotton cultivation with the share tcntinl system Is Blvlnj; nwny lo green fieltls, griuinu cattle, tractors and cotton picker*." The Negro fiirm hands, he continued arc moving into tlic cities where tlirj- hnvc ( o tnke ntisklilcil. low Itald Jobs and live In the worst fcc-iioiw "llioicby contrlbntliiR a disproporllonnic shnre to rielln- nnency, crime, nnemptoyment and relief." Chairman Hfnukman (A-AIIU t>b- .•servcd that 'the Old Deep South is UIMUI; out in the production of cotton." He snkl U-o-thini s of thc nntion's cotton now Is produced west of Die Mississippi Jilver. The subcommittee also beard rer- oinineiidations from Dr. Ellen Wln- j stnn, North Ciuollne coinnilMiunei j for public welfare, for Increasing STEKH RHINOS ItECOH.) P.HCB-A record price of S ,,. M ^^n^^7^^'^ Km \ .nEDm Ce ^^r^r,^ ••Judge Roy Bean," grand cl)anij>lon slrer at thc IiileninlioiHil Livestock Kxposilion. Higli bidder ! '• < » 1 <-'''nsc to workers not m was Dearborn Motors Corp., Detroit, nrttlutml ninvkcling oruuniwiuoii for Ford tractors ' ""*' r " R1 ! )lc l " receive such licnc- n Hereford steer, exhibited by tlic Pccos Comity, Tex., 4-H Ciub, wei-hed 1.200 pumufs' The '• 'T'liriiMi'hiRs' fn"^ ,',','< hrcd"" was 75 cents a pound lusher than thc mcvious top of J10.75 until tor year's grmni i Kcpublicnn charges-am! R Dcmo- Use of Machinery Driving Negroes From Forms in South, Educator Says \v A em wfViviw rin,i i« /,*>•, Hollywood Comlmicrt from Pate 8 . she wished they could ' .afford a yacht. NeM tj, nc Dinrm visited the club Chfnley uri'scntcd her with thc imvljont. Now Charley says lie uses I the |x>ol (o Ihc other. Summertime Snnln Jimmy Hcrvuy. (he publlo iclu- lion.s inati for die Clianiljcr of Commerce. Jusl i>tiot«iii'n|>lic<l lits aiinual Clm.suims ait — Snuta ! Olnils in shnit.s, silling In a clrak eliiilr btslclc Ilic pool »t tlie HilL- 11] 010. The lack of chimneys In !>»!m S|jiiuus Iw cDiilunlni; lo kids here at Christmas time. [ suspect tlie parents lell them that Saiita comes hi tliroiiKh lh<^ nli-vimcll- tioniiis; .system. Government Restraints Condemned LITI'LE ROCK. 16. (AP) —Government re.stnum.s on Amcricsn biisine.'i.s ivfl.5 comlciiiiicd by Ihc | Arkansas economic council-sttite chamber of commerce yaslcrday. Thc organizaiion of state and industrial lenders adopted a ic.solu- tion which said the federal govern- | ment should '•ducontinuc practices", or preventing full operation of big business. Tlie resolution .said that "Ameri- can business is not criminal" and said that no firm should be prohibited from en^aRfn!i it; both munu- facUlrinj; and dLstriblltlon." The meeting of the RIXWVI preceded the annual Arkansas con- Bressional fortnii hi whi:-h nu-mbei'.s of the delegation and Governor McMath spoke. C. Hamilton Moses', president of the Arkansas Power and Li:;ht Co.. was re-elected pre.-iidcm of the AEC-SCC at a business mcctin». Other olllcers reflected: C. P. Byrus, Fort smith, editor of Ihe Time.s-net'ord and Sou:hu'e.s-t American, chairman ol the board or directors: Edwin r. rycalt, Searcy, first vice president; Dave Grund- fesL. Little Rock, .second vice president, and Grovcr 'f. Ouen.s. I Legion and Red Cross Merge Disaster Relief WASHINGTON, Dec. 1C. IAP) The American Legion and thc American li,,d Cm* have .signed H n asri'diicnt for joint work in ciisiis- UM- i-clief. It provides for using manpower of the big veterans' organization in immediate and complete cooperation wall tlie Tied Cross and other disaster relief a R cncies." The agreement announced ymcrday follows up an' I luit(er.stand!n» between the two npencjcs which has continued since I1I2C. AP & L Declares Dividend I For 5,000 Stockholders I LITTLE ROCK. Dee. 1C. lAPi _ 1 Tlie ArkrillKi.s Power and Li;;lii Co. Ijoftrd ol directors y.-sterdav drclar- ! «i quarterly dividends inmmn'jiijj to 5162,162. About ri.OOO ]ii>l<l[>r.<i of Al' ami L preferred slock will receive Ihc dividend. 1 ;. Payment* will be made ns follows: stock, J1.75. Tor holders ol $6 per share preferred stock, $1.50 per share; for holders of 51 per share preferred Common jtoclc of tht oomp«nj ft ' owned bv Middle South Utillfm, inc. THERE I WAT, SITTING ON ATELEPrlONE WIRE,MIN&NG MY OVN BUSINESS WHEN ALL ATONCtABLASTTOOMA SHOTGUN KNOCKED ME RIGHT OfFMVPWCH \VELL.SIR, I CAME OUT PRETTY COOD-ONLY A FEW TAIL FEATHER? MISSING- BUTTWtHUNTER THAT MIS9EP ME CLIPPED A COUPL& OF TELEPrONfe -^^ V/IRK ONtWASMY FAVORITE ROOSTING PLACE, TOO. THAT ROOST "WAS ALSO CARRYING AN IMPORTANT LONG DISTANCE CALL. THAT? WHY WE ASK HUNTERS: PLCA9E DON'T SHOOT AT BIRDS ON TELEPHONE VMRES OR POLtS THANK YOU. - man of the executive committee. BANK SELL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, TOO Hanks sell Christmas presents? Of course ivc ,io! \\escll U.S. Savings Bonds, « hid, are just about the finest kind of Christmas present you can g ive-or recent! A Savings Bond is an idea) gift-one tint increases in value from year to year-ami pays hack in ten short years f 4 for every ?3 yo ,, pnt j n j,- s ,|, c -present with 3 future". . . the gift that ktepj 01: giving. Come in today to buy a gift of Savings Bonds-for your children or grandchildren, or others you want to remember on Christmas with a gift of lasting value. FIRST NATIONAL BANK The Only National Bank In Mississippi County AMAZING LOW PRICE on FARMALL CUB TRACTOR Tractor & Equipment 1077 61 Tax Included 30 Day SPECIAL OFFER! Absolutely FKKK with tlic purchase of a new Farmall Ctil. 'IVactor and Kquipmcnt listoil aliove, we will jfive you a set of M 11)01,E-HUSTERS foi- Hie tractor. Never hcfni-c could you save so much! ACT NOW! Come to our store or stop our .salesman on the road. FREE— You Get All This For 1077 61 • I'AU.MAI.l. CUli TKACTOR com- plcle wilh slarlcr, liKhls, power, lilt, and other acce.ssoi ies. • L'niversa! Mounling Frame • Cub No. Ml. Cultivator • Cub No. inn Fireaking I'low Absolutely Nothing fist to Pay If You Can Own a Team Of Mules, You Can Own a KarmaII Cub. WE WILL GLADLY ARRANGE EASY PAYMENT TERMS If You Can Own t Team Of Mules, You Can Own a Farmall Cub. 3/2 SOUTH 21° ST. PHONEBG*

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