The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1950 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 3, 1950
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PAG* BIGHT B^^BtfSP4t'-it^ fl : % '€? i JB> BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1950 Agri Labor Union To Meef Feb. 25 Memphis fo be Site Of Conference; Many Subjects to Be Aired MEMPHIS, Ttmn., Peb 3, fAP>— The National Farm J^bor Union fAFL) orgauitng conference here Feb. 25 will be "an edurattoiui meeting R.s well a-s an orgnniatioiin one," a spokesman satd yo.stcnluy. Arthur C. Churchill, manager of the union's Memphis of fire, said •several different subjocts will he dLsciESfied. They juclmle the cotton acreage cut, .social lein'.shttion, old fige pensions, cliild welfare, fcdt-r- . al aid to education and [lie U.S. Senate's labor extension Service Bill. The conference will lii.sf only one day. Churchill said H. L. Mitchell of Washington, union president, probably will be in charge of it. Mitchell announced Wpdno.sdny the meeting would be held to Iny plans for bringing thousands of cotton field worker." into the union's ran its as a part of the AFL drive for 1,000,000 new members ihls year. East Meets West As Orient Trees Turn Up in U.S. Exotic Oriental trees, once TCCOK- ni?£d only from old prints and bizarre chiniuyare, now are familiar parts of the American landscape. Tens of thousands of fine specl- " inens. originally cultivated in China and Japan and closely associated with their ancient cultures, grace our streets and countryside. War and foreign policy notwithstanding, almost- every .section boasts a few representative members and their popularity Is on tile upbeat, according to Martin I,. Diivey. Jr., president of tlie Davey Tree Expert Co. Favorite trees, native of China, include the pre-historic gingko and the goldenraintree, Chinaberrv, Chinese parasoltrce Slit! Inevitable weeping willow. Prom Japan have conic some cherished tree friends, led by a grent vnrietv of cherry trees. The Yoslilna Cherry, which attracts huge throngs lo the niilionx capital at cherry blossom time, undoubtedly is the most famous kind. But the Japanese red pine. Korean pine. Japanese pine and the Japali- • esc maple arc also notables in their own right. Particularly good as a street tree is the hardy gingfco. living fossil and sole survivor ol Its faintly. Resistant to smoke, dust, wind and lee. It also is generally free from - Insect Injury. Hale trees are preferred because they do not bear . the ill-scented fruits. A camel of freedom Is the golden- rnlntree, for It is very dronght re- slstant. In summer, Its bright yellow flowers are most attractive, but it doesn't stand the rigors of extreme cold. The Chinaberry Is small and attractive, most familiar as a shade and ornamental, tree. In the South to Virginia and west in California However. It Is relatively short, lived' Fifty years ago only 318,000 people worked for the federal government. Now the figure Is 2,I11,MO. Curly-Headed Zinnia Rich in Garden Glamour Among Hie flowers which ntnn- letir.s X'ow from seed the Kinn stands fins', in chi. 1 ; country. It is native Ameiiran which tlirlvns in our hot, dry summers. The seed ;/c'i inmates In A few d:iy.s. and pliml produce their flowers in six weks. Bui. they could be more .so if gar dewr.s in general knew what H variety of colors mid forms- the ilnnta family includes. Too nulny em only the giant double kinds—lovely it is true bur lr>velier when accompanied by those of smaller ti/.c. which bloom even more fiTC-ly find make a better effect in the border. So mimy colors, sizes and shapes are found in the Inni; list of zinnias-, tluit an entire garden could be planted with Ihem with excellent el- I'pct. They have all the colors except blue; in size their blossoms ra from half an ineh to .six inches acmss; in height pianLs grow horn six inches to four fee! One of tile most decorative lorms is the Fantasy type, in which the petals depart wholly from the formal regularity of other doubles, to twist and curl .something like a caolus dahlia, 'lliey are charming in flower arr.'intje/ncuts, antj a group of them in Ihe garden makes pleasing contrast to neighbors of more sedate behavior. limlkax may be started Indoors or outdoors, in seed bores or sown direct in the garden. Rotary Speaker Urges Brains be Used for Peace "Our world has developed brains capable ol blasting the earth to bits—but have we the brains necessary for putting it back together?" asked the Rev. H. L. Robinson of Luxora in an address yesterday before the Blytheville Rotary Club. The Rev. Mr. Robinson cited tile leed for "a more personal approach 11 our everyday living, fn it- 1 ; hurry, society hns become rather cold. This is one reason why we can't seem to achieve pence." Guests a t yesterday's meeting ncludcct Dane Fergus. Lloyd Godey, L C. B. Young, Ralph Woodruff and Dr Cicorge Cone, all of Osceola; Tull Johnson. Joiner; H. U. Spnigs-ias, St. Louis; R. B. Crawford, nell: William H. Hudson. John Camlill and the Rev. Roy I lint-ley. Harry Frit/.ius,-Jr., was tile Junior Rotariftn. Country Doctor Dies After 90 Years Service CREjSTON. W. Va.. Feb. 3. (AP) — Dr. David S. Stewnrt. who once: said he "wore out five horses" In 6C years of medical practice, died it his home in this little Wirt Comity community Wednesday at he age of 105. Dr. Stewart maintained an active practice until tie was 80 years old. He was a graduate of Hie I/>nis- ville, Ky.. Medical College. In his laler years he voiced R Icep pride o! lib good health in general and his teeth—his own, still intact. — In particular, lie boasted he still could use his mo- "ars to erne khlckory nuts. Feed SWIFT'S Mineral Supplement ALL YEAR 'ROUND! Mineral feeding liif s ;i n e\v hi K l, j n case and economy with Swift's Mineral Supplement in blnok form. Perfected by Swifl for cattle, horses and sheep, the new mineral block meets these shict specifications: 1. It's sofl enough so animals get their mineral quota easily. 2. It's hard enough lo resist weather. 3. It's easy (o handle and store; casv fo feed. Swift's Mineral Supplement Block is not n sail block. In formula and qmilily (he block is flic same as (he familiar Swiff's Mineral Supplement in pul- vcmed form. Both provide all the mineral nutrients livestock are known fo need. The block is held together by a palatable molasses binder. It contains no fillers or wasfc Kvcry ingredient is selected for its high feeding value SWIFT'S COTTONSEED MEAL AND COTTONSEED HULLS We Have Your Supply—Get It Today! Swift & Co. Sourh Highway 61 BLYTHEViLLE, ARK. GRADE "A" PIRATE—Farmer Thorp Jioaa of Eldon, Mo., sus-' liected Jersey, Ihe cow, of laying down on her milk-producing job ^ until he spoiled this hijacking scene in his barnyard Betsy tlie pig, was tnll.injg former by milkiiij; Ihe caw regularly. Gift oi "Falsies" Gets Man Fired hut Union Charges Unfairness NEW YORK, Feb. 3. (API—All but nine o! 32-! Iccal employes of i . MetrounliCin Lite Insurance ' Cntnpmiy lllink il wa* okay for > George J. Maskowit to ^ive a girl co-worker n pair of fnlsics. i Such a giJt did not Justify the j company In fiiins; Moskowitz, the I majority said Wednesday In HIM- ' u-rrs to a poll hr-ing Men Ijy the '> CIO United Office aiul Workers Union. j Trie company says MasKovvllz ivns | ili.smis.wcl from il.t Newark. N. J.. I stntf because in c;iving the "ill ilie lollies lie violated Die company's policy of niKiiilaining office dignity i and decorum | But the union, which has filed i unfair labor practice charges j iiHt t) JC coiniKiiiy, c!;iitn.s- tlie [ rea.=on cited for the dismissal l.o .1 ! "rmnouflasc" and that the real j Ls MoskowiU' union activity. Tile girl, who received the fnl.sie.s ; a Christinas gifl. wrote Moskowitz a note thanking him for them, tile union .said. ' MacKenzie Continued frmn Pn^e G Waco. Teaxs, He said Communist dictators have "the world's largest Ciaitml army, air force and undersea fleet." and warned that Russia J-s capable of launching; a surprise atomic attack on any part of the United States. However, we really begin to worry about war when the tsvo btocs are on an eciual war footing. But is war inevitable e,ven under those circumstances? It would be tnu'rli- foolish to try to forecast tile distant future, but tliis much <.ve can say: There are many close observers who feel liiat. war will be highly jirolmble if the two blocs become equalized in military strength. The leaders of the opposing forces would i>f course be Russia and America. Hollywood Continued from Page 8 Normandy Village in Palm Springs when they return from Inrtia. Producer Leon Gordon',? reward for a job well done. . . . Aside lo Quick Magazine, Readers Digest and Ar- 111ur Godfrey. Thanks for the quotes here. • * « Wonderful line, by George Mur- !>liy al a charity drive luncheon where Kirk Douglas was the speaker and Murphy (he chairman. Before (lie luncheon. Kirk told Murphy hi.s stomach was full of butter- flics about speaking. Then he stood "I! and made a brilliant speech. Murphy followed him with; "Kirk toW me he had butterflies in Ms stomach, t csn only say he doesn't have butterflies in Ills heart." Murphy, by Hie way, snys he's Hollvu'ond's problem boy. "I'm too old to get the Kirl and too young lo play her fainter." I,ike tn The Movies , ''The Oolden Gloves Story" just completed shoot ing hi Chicago with a three-day fight between Kevin O'Morrisnn unit Dewcy Martin that wasn't entirely in the script. They wound up brayting in the lobby of a Chicago hotel and then refused to titkc the same train back to Hollywood . . . pant Masher reports that a flower stand near Men- York's Times Square has a sign readme,: "Ranlrnias. 15 tents. Rill for your wife. 50 rents." Wonder of -The Witness." which lie made in England, will be Bob Montgomery's last movie? He's now an executive producer for NBC television in N'c\v York . . . Frankle Laine is Being on a European tour . . . Joan Leslie is now in the clothes business, like Dottle La- our, W jth nn around-the-clock coat on which she gets a royalty. A film queen has teen demanding more respect '-om her studio's from office. Reminds me of Joe Frisco's story about the time he '.rent to .1 night club owner and demanded either more money or more respect for his act. The night, club owner thought it over lor some lime ami decided Faulkner County Reaches March of Dimes Quota CONWAY, Feb. 3—oP)—Arkansas' first major county has made Us quota in the annual "March of Dimes" drive for 1950. Joe MeGee. Comvay newsman, who headed the national foundation for infantile Paralpsis drive In Faulkner county, said yesterday that the county's goal of ?3,500 has been reached. to pay Joe a little more respect. "The outlaw" grossed nearly half a million dollars in the first week of its 21-ciiy premiere engagements. Tire censors can ta.'.e a bow. O r T the fwls on low- u ' I cost farm finano in£ . , . rfad IM>W lo save w i i h the Farm Income Privilege, be safe with the Prepayment Rt*«rvc, Ask n.s for this net* booklet prepared by th« le*drr in lilt field. The KqniubU Life A&*nra>tre S*>^ie«v TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. 213 W. 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