The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1952 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, November 28, 1952
Page 11
Start Free Trial

TODAY, nor. », REVIEW Rangers Said Ifd Happen; • , L • •" * Those Pretty Brahman Cattle By HAROLD HAST LITTLE ROCK (AP) — It happened. State Forester Fred Lang and Assistant Forester "Ranker" Ji™ Martin said it would. Disastrous forest fires, swiping tw"v virgin timber as they moved relentlessly across Arkansas.. " The torn try officials said hunters, those who carelessly bum trash, and motorists flipping cigarettes off the highways were predominantly causing the fires. We saw such an instance. Two flaming stacks of newly processed timber poet In a lumber yard between Brlnkley and De Vail; Bluff. Inadequate, water .and firefighting equipment, and too far from Brinkley to take advantage of that city's facilities. .A matter of time, and some 15 .nearby stacks of lumber were gone. • The telltale vlllians-a wire basket of burning trash about 15 yards away and a still wind blowing In the direction of the stacked lumber Equally sickening was the periodic red glow of burning timberland seen off In the distance. Arkansas will be awhile recovering from this IOM. Brahmins Profitable Those big, buffalo like Brahman cattle. How beautiful they look In Arkansas pastures. And how profitable. .Southern Rice Farms at Carlisle Is among the Btaunchest of the state's cattle raisers. The farms recently announced the purchase of the entire herd of ,R. B. McKnight, Augusta, who is a longstanding cattle raiser and has won numerous ribbons with his cattle. ^ The herd consists of 40 cows, 34 calves,, M yearling Bum, nine >year-old heifers, n yearling heif«n and five breeding age bulls. A spokMttun of the'farm* »ay« h« thinks the purchase makes them one of the largest breeders of reg- latercd .Brahman !in the elate. They now have 118 head. Mllkln, Parw Southern State College at Magnolia has an ultra-modern "milking parlor" on its dairy fauns which copied by other milk pro. ducers In that section. . Orval A. Childs, head of the school's department ot asrlcullure, says at least five southwest Arkansas, dairymen have Installed the same type on their dairy farms, and several more have tsarted thinking about It. The spotless steel, concrete and glass-tile milking parlor was built on the Southern state dairy farm In 1949 to assure (he college r,t Grade-A milking (acuities, An average o( one cow a minute Ii milked in the four-stalled mech- anised Installation, saya Ralph Williams/college dairyman! Health In- spectora rite the milk the highest. Milk produced by 'each cow is automatically welf hed, and wetghu ar« recorded twice dally. It is move<i by vacuum through stainless steel pipes into the pasteurizer, where, it la bottled without, ever having eome in contact with outside air. Th« milkers are ateam sterilized between each milking. SIDELIGHTS: Commercial hatchers in'Arkansas produced 3,013,000 chieka during September, ah increase of 1M per cent over that of September, 1951. . . . Gordon Barnes, Extension Service entomologist, says control of cattle lice will be, especially Important this year became feed is in short supply and lice-infested cattle require more feed for the same gain than cattle free of the pest . . . These days of high construction costs posed no problem for Mr. and Mrs.-Hugh Nolan of the Delight Community. The Pike .•eoiinLlani bulU a house for WOO By building It themselves with lumber from their old house and cutting Umber on their farm. . . . Harvey Welshans of Parkin rau*d an U-pig Utter by hand-feeding synthetic mild, and he didn't have a low . . . The flrat rice crop In Dallas County's history it being h«rye.l«l. n vjs Irrigated from the oiiachlta River. NOTICE In the Probate Court <rf Mhuliclp. Pi County, Arkansas. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OP EMMA SUB HAWLEY. deceased No. 2.093 Last known address of decedent: BlytheriUe, Arkansas. Date of Death. November 1«, iwi. The undersigned was apponited executrix of the estate of the above- named decedent on the 19 day of April, 1952. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of thli notice, or they shall b« forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. Th(i notice (Irst published 19 day of November, l«62. Grace McGaha, Executrix BoxSW Blytheville, Arkansas • O. P. Cooper, atty. 11-21-23-12,5-11 .Glass, as an engineering product,.can be made lighter than cort and almost as heavy as Iron. It also can be made in mechanical strength stronger (nan iron. JOE ATKINS MACHINE WORKS I BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Dcy 3142; Ni 9 hf 6153 , , • . i • ' m ^r ^a»» ' ^ • ' ' ' Heres a Challenge Only , Dares to Make! As .the Ferguson Dealer jn ^his <7 community, we will publicly match .the new, and far more powerful Ferguson "30" against any other tractor. We dare td do this because the new Ferguson "30" is bigger in power, in performance, in economy! At a "Showdown" demonstration we will prove that the Ferguson "30" with Ferguson System Implements, meets more of the needs of more of the farmers . . . more of the time . . . than any other tractor . . . outperforming them, doing all of the following jobs: Moldboard Plowing Middle Buster Blade Lift Side Delivery Raking Disc Plowing , Scoop Lift ; Post Hole Digger Planting Four Row Lift Harrowing, Tandem Disc Rotary Lift Field Tilling Three Bottom Plow There you are, farmers! The stage is set for a "Showdown^ V We know we have the best tractor in the world and we're ready to prove it to you. We arc not just claiming what the Ferguson "30" can do. We'll let this demonstration do the talking for us. If you are thinking of buying a new tractor,' look at all of them. Listen to what other.dealers tell you their tractors can dp. Ask these dealers if they are willing to prove these claims at a "Showdown" demonstration on your own farm. Then get in touch with us. Match these jobs a Ferguson Tractor can do with Ferguspn System Implements against similar jobs any other tractor claims to do ... and you'll see we can do those jobs better with our new Ferguson "30." And w *^- * ?lc J^ '° be the judge of how much better wt do them. Jack Robinson Implement Co 500 East Main 'Tour Ferguson Dealer" Phone 2371

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 7,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free