The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 15, 1936
Page 3
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1936 Mississippi County Farm Laud Suits This Alabama Man BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS It 1ms taken just one crop lo make Ed lie.islcy, mull less than « year ago a resilient of Tus- cnmbia, Ala., a thorough-going bcostc-r for Mississippi county. A bnle-to-lhc-itcre yield, (hough, very KUistnclory, is nothing to get j purdciilnrly excited over hern-' nbcuts. Two bales to the acre; is not unheard of on good new land. But on the red clay land' Hint Mr. Beaslcy farmed in Ala-i baum a production of 125 to 250 pounds oT lint per acre was considered good. Mr. Bcasley is renting (he property owned by the Uechtin estate on Highway 01, just north of town, long known as the Wnhl place, and some additional small pieces of land nearby. He has 30 acres in cotton, 20 acres in corn and soybeans and 10 acres in soybeans for hay on the Rech- lln place and 31 more acres of cotton on two other small places. Tile Rechlin pluce was badly Infested with grass when lie took it. but he has made good pro- t'ress toward Us elimination and will make between 35 and 40 tales of cotton on the 3!) acres., lust year a similar acreage on' this farm produced only eight .bales. ' . An especially satisfactory yield I iv as obtained from land which I was in soybeans last year. There' will always be plenty of so y.| fccans on any land he farms, M Bcasley declares. When Ills friends down In Alabama see the picture above, Mr Bcasley says, the demand for Mississippi county form land wil to up. it shows n corner of field on Ihe Ueclitln place, with £)ie house in the background Standing In the center ls : Mr lieasley. Others In the picture are Ills wife, four children, a number of grandchildren, and some liired cotton pickers. Bulk of Soil Payments in Cotton Belt Not Expected Before Winter WASHINGTON.— Check writing machines soon will spout out checki to 6,000.000 farmers vifia will hi> paid $470,000.000 for building ami conserving the soil under the !930 soil conservation program. Agricultural Adjustment Administration officials, hopeful of h»v- inn the first checks in the mail within a week, indicated first payments may be made in the nortii- east region. Some .southern farmers may also receive benefit payments soon. H. R, Tolley, AAA administrator, saul only 2,, to 5 pu? tent of the t to_tal of payments.will go out this inonth.-Tlic^deliiee'bf the checks will not..reaoliia-peak .until in-December, January and February lie raid. About a million more farmers, tcimnts, sharecroppers and land' Comers will receive checks under 'Ihe present conservation program than received funds under the 1035 crop adjustment program outlawed by the supreme court. The average payment wjl he about S78 compared with the average of $.115 received by. each farmer who .shared In the $583,000,000 distributed in 1935. Producers in the southern legion will receive '90 per cent of their class I payments for .shifting soil depleting to soil building crops and 100 per cent of the class II payments for soil building practices. The second part of the payment will be made as soon as participation and expenses of the county conservation associations have been determined, around Dec. 1, Work sheets showing the fann- ers' intentions of participating in the 1S3G program were filed for 4.248,457 of the approximately ti,- 800,000 farms in the United States. It Is estimated that tanners on 3.9CO.OOO farms have compiled wilh the program. Lumberjacks Protest Against Sunday Work QUEBEC, Quo. (UP)—Lumber- Jacks in the Tcmlscamingitc logging district are complaining that , their employes are not observing tile Lord's Day as a day of rest. . They have advised the Quebec government that they, arc being forced to work on Sundays, and I Imve requested that ins|)eclors be appointed to slop the practice. I Grudge Fosters Invention MAKSHFIELD, Wis. (UP) - Whenever Walter Maxwell, 40- year-old farmer living near here, used to take his tractor on ihe highway he begrudged the time and effort It required to remove the lugs from the wheels, lie worked three years. Recently lie was granted a patent on an appliance which permits him 'to crank 'the lugs In or out of the tractor wheel. It has been estimated that women spend more than tlirec- fciirths of the money in retail shops of England. Head courier News Want Ads. What's in a Name? Answer Is Spelling SAN FRANCISCO (UP)—Pascal Vnngcl has discovered what's In a "cms—and the answer Is "spelling." When "fie first came to the United Stales-.Jrom-.-;Orecce,v.l!ic ^immigration h\spectprs misspelled hiif'name and made it "Vagel." He! fought in the World War under that name. Butlnow his wife can-1 not vote because Ws real name' does not correspond with his first j identification papers. He has asked ' the courts lo fix it so Mrs. Van»cl ' can vole. Salesmen Wanted Have opening with fortfc corporation for voting men of good personality who can " riii'alify for permanent'sales positions'with ' unlimited opportunities. For appointment Room 415 Hotel Noble Landon 'Swings' Potential Votes lime off from politics for t romp with his children, Gov. Alf I.andon found Ihe i-ccreation was jood practice for his "swing" Into the homo stretch or the presidential campaign. Lan.don is seen with his children. Nancy Jo and John b, at their Touclui Announcing the NEW ROYAL Air Conditioned CIRCULATOR HEATERS The Heater Sensation of 1936 Why take a chance on buying a boater that •noes not have this scientifically worked out air conditioning? 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