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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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NtXTHWttT ARKANSAS THUS, FayeMevltle. AfhanMn. laturAry, *ebfMry t, I*S --_i|| FARM AND HOME NEWS State Cattlemen Plan Meeting At Little Rock To Hear G. B. Thome, Livestock Expert, And Other Speakers A nationally known livestock authority will be one of the fca- . turcd speakers when Arkansas beef cattlemen get together at Little Rock for a two-day meet next Tuesday and Wednesday. He is G. B. Thorne, vice president of Wilson and Company, who will talk at a luncheon in the Marion Hotel Wednesday noon. Thorne, the owner of two commercial livestock' farms in Missouri, has served as an economics instructor, as a livestock and meat economist with the Bureau of Agr cultural Economics, and as tn administrator in the Livestock and Feed Grains Division of the Acricultural Economics, and as Btration. He will be introducd by E. S. Arnold, president of the Arkansas Beel Cattlemen's Council. The Council, in cooperation with the Agricultural Extension Service, is sponsoring the event. ' All Arkansas beef cattlemen. 2 YEAR ROSE BUSHES 55c (rider Bros. Nursery GREENLAND, ARK. Special Study Day For Arkansas Cattle Breeders To Be Held Here February 26 A special sHudy day for Arkansas beef cattle breeders-will be hdld at the University's Agricultural Experiment Station here, on whether in purebred or commercial production, have been encouraged to be present for the EVERYTHING IN nUMBlNO and SUPPLIES FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVtRNMiNT AVI. sessions, all of which will be In the Marion Hotel. Members of the four separate breed associations in Arkansas will meet separately on Tuesday evening. The Angus, Shorthorn, and Brahman Associations will convene at 7:30. Hereford breeders will get together at a dinner at 0:30, and will have Jack Turner, -secretary of the American Hereford Association, as guest speaker. Commercial cattlemen will be primarily interested in Wednesday's program, which begins at 0:15 a. m. in the Marion's main ballroom. Scheduled topics and speakers for the program are: -' "Arkansas Beef Cattlemen's Council"--Bob Beck, secretary. Cattlemen's Council. "Herd Sire Testing Program"-Dr v Warren Gifford, heart, Anima Industry Department, University of Arkansas. "Missouri Feeder Calf Production and Sales Program"--E. S. Matteson, a n i m a l husbandry, versity of Missouri. "Beef Cattle Programs in Arkansas"--M. w. Muldrow, animal husbandry for the Extension Service.. University of Arkansas. "Steer Feeding"--S. C. Chapin ' o f T r u m a n and C. W. Chaffin of Moro. "Feeder Calf Production"--Arch Smith .of Texarkanu and W? T. Gcrrard of Marianna. "A New 4-H Steer * Feeding Project"--Joe Hunsick of Jackson County. "Breed Association Programs fur 1952--Maurice Smith., Jr., -of the Arkansas Angus Association; Ward Amaden of the Arkansas Brahman Association; Herman Tabor of the Arkansas Hereford Association; and Richard Yarnell of the Arkansas Shorthorn Asso* cialion. Tuesday, February 26,^ liccordini, to Dr. Lippert S. Ellis, dean and director. The all-day meeting t be held in the Livestock Pavilion will begin at 10 o'clock. Principal speaker at the morning session'will be Dr. E. J. Warwick of the Bureau of Anima Industry, U. S. Department of Agriculture. Dr. Warwick is coordinator of beef cattle research for the Southern region, and has his headquarters St Knoxville, Tcnn He srcduated from the University of Illinois, and did advanced work at the University of Wisconsin Before joining the Department ol Agriculture in 1948, he was on the staffs of Washington State College and Purdue 'University. Dr. Warwick will discuss the tional and regional aspects of beef cattle breeding research. Also on the morning program will be a welcome by Dean Ellis; dicussions of the Experiment Station's beef cattle research by Dr. Warren Gifford and C. j'. Brown, of the animal industry department; a demonstration on carcass 'cuts from beef animals by Marshal Heck, also of the department; and a discussion of the nee4.for better bulls in Arkansas by M. W. M u l - drow, extension livestock specialist. In the afternoon, 19 bulls of the Angus and Hereford breeds which were produced in the station's research breeding program, will be sold at public auction. Before the sale, which gets under way at 1:30 p. m., the animals will be on display in the Livestock Pavilion. Sandwiches and soft drinks will be sold on the station grounds at noon for the convenience of Ihose attending the event. At March in Yemen, a little- known Near East country, scientists in 1951 found what they believe to be the Queen of Sheba's ancient capital, now a ruined city of alabaster temples and palaces protruding through the desert sand. WEEKLY BROILER REVIEW The weekly review of specialized broiler markets as reported by the University of Arkansas Institute of Technology and the Dairy and Poultry Market News Service of thr U. S. Department of Agriculture: The Northwest Arkansas area market was steady this week, closini steady on Thursday,, February. 7. The demand was Rood with the volume of trading aver- a*inj[ above normal. Supplies of heavy broilers and fryers were short at most points, while lighter weights were adei' f n l ". ^rices at the close were unchanged. In the Batesville-no...! ,,cra the market was steady to firm during the week, closing steady to firm on Thursday. Supplies were reported short of a good demand a most points. The volume of trading averaged above normal for the week. Trices at the close were unchanged, with the mostly price one cent higher. The other markets were lien- erally steady throughout, with no major price changes from a week ago. Supplies of lightweight chickens were equal to the fair Lo good demand, but the heavier iizes were often in lijrht supply Northwest Arkansas Forming By John I. Smith About · year ago I mentioned n this column the pasture possibilities of Kudzo in Northwest Arkansas. A number of comments resulted from this article, and as i result I have spent considerable imc since then trying to observe he behavior of this plant on about 15 plots in Northwest Arkansas, ;ome of which are being pastured. I believe it has a good place in our pasture program, especially on land that is too rough to mow and is inclined to grow briars, edge, scrub oak, and other bushes, sre nothing against Kudzo and nuch for it as a pasture plant on month land that can grow other Itood pasture plants, but there is a definite need for it on the rough unmowable land on which t h e ' growth of scrub timber can n o l i otherwise be controlled. ' in '"nlMn" rcnrral statements! about (he belief t h a t the plant has .: uiace in a program, we realize that years from now some other plant might have a stronger place and the original one might be almost forgotten. After all. our pas- lure program had its inception m the drouth and depression of the 30s. It is a young thing still and many mistakes will be made before a n y t h i n g like a pattern will evolve. A (Inal pattern will never evolve. Thus, we need constantly . to test a few new p l a n t s and melh- jods. The farmers must piny a big ' p a r t in that testing. The car manufacturer, even w i t h his great testing grounds, must await the f i n a l judgment of millions of drivers in order to find Ihe ''bugs" in his automoblc. Back to Kudzo: Menton County perhaps has more plots t h a n Washington County. ' One of Die railroads placed a few plants in the Northwest part of t h a t county on poor f l i n t ridge land about 20 years ago. They have w i t h stood all cold weather and luive made a* complete cover that has kept out the undesirable growlh. Kudzo is a vine and a legume. The foliage is both nutritious and palatable. Cattle like it. In the Three Living Queens In Britain spring they do not seem to no For the first time in history, Britain h;is three qurcns Ilvin«. They arc, IcU to right:. King George 1 ! WKIOW Whn r t t a v Mf»n»,,in IMlnln.i .... llm *......... ..._,\..... ...... .. ... . . TM . * widow, who may beci the dowager nay become Miown as Ihe queen mother; Quocn M a r y , 84, 'who is expected to .become queen, and Princess Elizabeth, who becomes nuccn. for it (according to obscrvatioi. in Bcnton County) if plenty of other (trass Is available. In the latter halt of summer when other (trass is short .they relish the Kurtzo and Kudzo thus helps out when feed is most needed. Kudzo is a rnther IIURC vine. It is a summer perennial which kills back to the ground level with the first severe frost. But the following summer It will easily make a vine growlh of a hundred feet. Thus it can wrap up, shade, and break down a bush pretty easily. If one wanis to observe this effect, he should stop his cai at Knob Hill Ranch on 71 highway south of Ml. Gaylor and look at a plot just east of the higlnvav and bordering it. The same k i n d of observation can be made, on the east of highway 71 one mile north of Gravctte. This Is the time of year to consider setting out Kudko roots. If one can gel Northwest Arkansas acclimated roots he should do so. If he can not pet these he can get roots from the .Smith, i have heard of some winter k i l l i n g of Southern root stock but a f t e r all the hardy one will survive. I do IccI t h a t in Ihe end we will be pleased w i t h the results of using the p l a n t in keeping down brush, briars, sedge | Legume Seed." and scrub timber on ground t h a t I I n the nficrnnnn Hubert W. A n - this, Orrln llenbesl will talk on | district conservationist, will tpcal ' ' "riamlnjt Grasses and Legumes"- '"' ' l:2(1 P- "-i when the meetinj E. M. Colcrnan on "Scert A n a l i - M s j wl " clld - ' . . . . ,,,.. n \ i « n. ,.,, ..... . , ,, T h e pnigram Is designed to ftir- fm IMA I'ajnu-Mt ; and J. H.! u _ w f u , i n f o r r n a t l o n tn ,, tm . Oavls, stale Inspector «f niilarii-s.i cr.i. seed producers, seed dealers. Bcc P o l l i n a t i o n to Increase! and f a r m implement dealers. The j public is Invited to attend. can not me mowed. I believe loo that we will be pleased witli the pasturairc that we from Kudzo. receive del-son, stute Plain Hoard, In northcajitcrn Iran, in the so- speak on "Seed Tclin» «nd Ccr-j.-ailed "Belt Cave" overlooking tlfic-a Ion"; .1. A. Kelscy and II, M. the Caspian Sea. Ihe bones ol Rial-shall, InlcrnHliunnl " Conservation Day Set For Friday, Feb. 15 The a n n u a l Conservation Information Day will be held at the American Legion H u l in Fayctte- vllle Friday, February 15, starting at 9:30 a.MIL The program is sponsored by the supervisors of the Washing- Ion County Soil Conservation Dis- .rlct, and includes t a l k s and moving pictures on the production.I harvesting, testing and storing oil ?rass and legume seed. j Clint Waldcn, president of the Chamber of Commerce, w i l l give 1 .he welcome address. Following' Company, on "Harmting With " thrr-o Stone Ace people were unearthed in I9iil. Combines"; and W. C. A r m t l c l d . » Kerrell Seed Company, on "Seed. Keep tip with the Itnw-mi Cleaning Equipment." .1, E. Crlt/,! Ihr Timr» «.!lj. S C H L I C H T M A N ' S BROILER-BRED CHICKS NEW HAMM-VANTRESS CROSS DELAWARE HAMP CROSS Eiltbllih.d OT«F 25 Yiari Truck Deli»rlti to Manr LocallHn SCHUCHIMAN HATCHERY U.S. APPROVID PULLORUM CLEAN Phont 147-JR ~ For Pric« And DtllY.ry Delee BOX B. APPLETON CITY. MO. Your Safeway now open Sundays 12 noon until 9:00 p.m. · / You have indicated that you want your Safeway Store open on Sunday. Therefore, to better serve you, Safeway will be open for business everyday of the^week. On Sundays you will find the same low prices and top quality -- the same courteous service as on any other shopping day. CLIANIM ·, LAUNDKV SAFEWAY Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS CITY HOSPITAL Phone 1200 CITY WATER PLANT. Pent 7J1 " FIRE. Phon. 75 CAS. Phant 7160 LIGHT AND POWER. Phan* 2200. POLICE Phon* 31 ACeaUNTINa-*)OOIIIN ·UflMIII COUKItt TRAIN fOR CIVIL SERVICt JOIS SECRETARIAL -- STANDARD COURSES FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS PHONE II H. O. DAVIS. PREB. AUTO autu MUTUAL INlUKANCf· AUTO GLASS « MIRROR SHOP Automobilt Cl»i IniUlltd Gllll Tlblti -- Plilt Glut -- Mirron Mirror RtillTtrlng, Glut Furnltur. Topi ALL WORK GUARANTEED 1 1 9 Weit Mtadow. Phon* 2720 »UTa IUPPLIU- FAYETrEVILLE AUTO SUPPLY II EAST MOUNTAIN FAVEVTEVILLE. ARK.. rHOWE 774 Cranfcihaft Grinding Mater Rebuilding P«rh Far All Can and Trucks SINES BODY SHOP Sp«liliilng in Body ind Findtr Work, Filming, »tli!y Glui, Upholilirlng, Silt Co»«r«. 227 W. Dickton Phone 1*6 CITIZENS LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Quality -- Service 326 N. Wtst Phont 2146 DVUO STODI- Phont 177 Complete Drug Store Service. Free · Delivery from 7:30 A. M. to 10:00 P M. PALACE DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency 422 Dickion St. F.yttlfrlllt. Ark. LAND'S GROCERY WE DELIVER "Right on the H/woy--Xijhf on fhe Prfce" lOO N. COLLEGE PHONE 1212 Also LOANS LICENSED PAWNBROKER ROCHIER'S JEWELRY SOUTH SIDE SQUARI Washington County Firmers Mutuil Fire Insurance Organized 1922 1952 will be 2QOth Anniversary of Mutual Insurance Phon* 180 209 North Hock Strwrt W§ CARMEN'S NEWS STAND (Formtrly Fowltr'i Fruil and N«»i Sttnd) "THE BIO LITTLE STORE" In FAYETTEVILLE-»! 412 WEST DICKSON PHONE »M JOHNSON PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACT OR REPAIR Corner Spring 'and School. . Phan* 10M MADIATail SHOP * HARRY'S RADIATOR SHOP L«! Hirry Iniptcl your coaling lyilim «nd recondition ymir radlilor lor winter w.alhtr. Ntw coru IniUlltd. EAST OF MONTGOMERY WARD TIRE SHOP JJHi E. Rock St. Phon. IIM WALKER AUTO SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR ALL CARS *B»r" Whttl Alignment WhMl Bllinctng FRAME AND AXLE STRAIGHTENING 113 S. COLLEGE, FAYETTEVIIU, ARK. PHONE 772 ·HOI »Ttm«- SAM'S LIQUOR STORE Fiytttcv/Nt'i Most Up-To-Dott t L M«ynW» fhwn 1*1* M I L K * FAYETTEVILLE MILK CO. 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