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Â· Iterttiwttt ArVonwi TIMES, Wed., Oct. 23, r4YCTTIVIl.il, ANKANtA* 1974 County Agenl Offers Advice To New Gardeners With msriy people new to gar 4*ning, the harvesting and slor Hungry Bengali Refugees Are Leaving Homeland In Masses Â·JÂ« of some crops may be idmewhat of a question, says Curl E. RoÂ«Â«, county Extension Â«g*nt. Sweet potatoes and Irish po ...... refugees are their homeland again, The exodus :rickle in July titoes ahould be harvested prior tÂ« frost or immediately thereafter. Remove the vines if frosted Â»nd killed if immediate digging army. Now, tl is not possible. The dead vines seeking refuge ' quickly rot, which soon spreads fating famine to include the roots or tubers. Try to hirvest sweet potatoes while the toll is still warm and Â· dry to improve handling. Hand 1* sweet potatoes carefully as . even light cuts may cause rot r to start. Cure sweet potatoes 1 to allow *he cuts and scrapes ; to heal by storin? at 80'-85'F tor ten days to two weeks at the high relative humidity of . Â»5 per cent with some ventila- 1 tibn. ' After the curing period, lower r .the temperature gradually to ;Â· about 55', :f possible. Increase the curing time for a lower curing temperature. Remove all roots with signs of rot or decay during harvest, curing, or stc- .-: rage. The f a l l Irish potato harvest la usually delayed until the skins of thÂ« tubers are matured. Cure thÂ« newly dug rot-free tubers at 55' 60' F with a high iWativ* humidity and good ventilation for two to three weeks. Then lower the temperature to 18 '-40'F, if possible. Certain vegetables, such as turnips Â»nd mustard greens, Â«Â»n stand considerable frost, according to Rose, Carrots may kÂ« lÂ«ft in tha ground and har- Â«st*d as needed during the *inter. They bolt to seed during tÂ» first warm days of spring. . Brussels iprouts, kale, and col- - lards may be picked into the - winter season as needed. When picked frozen, use immediately, Itven freezing kills cabbage. Green tomatoes, especially Hies* thai have reached the whit* stage, will continue to !ip*n after picking Just before frost. Mak* relish from small dark green tomatoes that too immature to ripen. . Winter squash and pumpkin may b* harvested before frost and stored for months. Leave a fawo inch (Urn and cure them iÂ» a warm place and store in Â· foal put* similar to sweet potato**. Store in boxes or on ahetvM M that they do not Mech. DACCA, Bangladesh (AP) -Hungry Bengali leaving their touching off fears of another exodus Into India like the one that sparked war between India and Pakistan in 1971. Then, an estimated 10 million Bengalis crossed from what was East Pakistan to escape a crackdown by the Pakistan army. Now, the Bengalis are from a devas- lliat has cut across Bangladesh, tliroatening with starvation as many as live million of its 77 million population. In 1971, Prime Minister In dira Gandhi's government gave the refugees food and shelter, hen claimed the burden was bo great and went to war with ts traditional enemy. This ime, with a friendly Bangla- lesh government in the Bengali lomeland, India is barring the refugees. India has its own famine, and t feels Prime Minister Sheik Mujibur Rahman's Bangladesh jovernment should take care of ts own citizens. ' relief program for millions oi iandless peasants who have be come nomads, moving from vil lage to village looking for something to eat. Most of the 4,5000 free kilch ens in Bangladesh provide Illtlt more daily rations than a few hard chapalis, or wheat pan cakes. Bengalis generally ca only rice, shunning wheat, Reports reaching Dacca sa: tens of thousands of smal (armors have sold their land in northern Bangladesh just t feed their families. Diplomat! sources in Dacca said the ex odus to India, although still fa from the proportions of the 197 upheaval, has caused strains i: relations between India an Bangladesh. But while Bengali refugee have found trouble entering In dia, rice grown in this countr has not. Some foreign sources est began with a and August, as s e v e r a l hundred' Bengalis mated that at least a millio tons of rice have been smug gled out of Bangladesh. That' a little more than experts sa is needed in the next six week crossed into India in the face of ravaging floods. It intensified in September, after the Indians opened feeding kitchens in West Bengal to fight that state's worst famine in at least three decades. Hearing of free food across the border, the Bangladesh refugees packed their few belongings and set out to join their Bengali cousins In India. By early October, according Lo Indian figures, the trickle became a tide as more than 500 destitute Bengalis were trying lo enter India each day bul were turned back by Indian border police. The Bangladesh movement started this month its own foot Locke To Join In Symposium Dr. John Locke, assistant professor of English and Â·araparatlve literature at the University participate of Arkansas, will in the Presidential ton College. Â»fov. 5-7. Locke, a Symposium. "Language, Myth Â·rid Reality," at Culver-Stockin Canton, Mo., former faculty number at thÂ« College, will Â·peak on "Words and Minds: A Glimpse at Other Realities", during the portion of the Bympoftium entitled "The Effect Â·f Language on our Lires." TJÂ» Symposium is part of a Â·entinning program being held Credit Committee Brings In Lawyer LITTLE ROCK (Ap) -- A Washington lawyer said Tuesday that SO per cent of those who can't get credit have incomes below $9,500 a year. Attorney Milton M. Schober was brought to Little Rock by the Arkansas Credit Require roent* Committee, the organ izatton sponsoring proposed constitutional Amendment 57 Tha measure would allow tha legislature to set sellings on in terest rates above the currenl 10 per cent limit in Arkansas Schober was the genera counsel of the National Com mission on Consumer Finance Ha now serves as a .consultan to an organization called Ih Uniform Consumer Credit Codi Committee of the National Con ference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. Schober said the "rationing' of credit in Arkansas fell heavi ly on lower-income families. is these families tha have th* fewest financial op tions and can least afford M eon nmg pi iMclien with the inauf ura- fcsn of a new president at Cul- Mr-Stoekton College. Locke earned his B.A. !n Inglish from the University of Virginia, his M.A. from the University of Iowa in creative writing and comparative literature and a Ph. D. from Iowa tn comparative literature. live without crtdit," hÂ« said. He also said that because o credit limitations, retail price are higher in Arkansas to com pensale for tha inability o retailers to charge an adequat interest rate. Schober con tended that retailers had to in crease prices "to make up fo income lost on extending cred to higher income groups. UP TO TWICE THE HEAT PER DOLLAR from a Carrier Heat Pump ili and summer cooling, too Carrier heat pumps take heat from outdoor air even in winter and put it to work heating your home or business. They can give up to twice as much heat per dollar of electric energy as ordinary electric heating. No fuel worries. No flue. No flame. i i Carrier No. 1 Air Conditioning Mtktr AMERICAN SIR TECH, INC. 1Se. townihiprd. fayÂ«ttevilfÂ«,*rkansas 72701 S01-S21-5333 prevent mass starvation i Eviction Law Declared Void vWcli Co file his objections. Tf a enanl flics objections, lie will he-entitled to Â« court liciiiinfi of The judge satd tlial if a tenant didn't file any objections, the property owner coulj oolain the Tlia ruling came in Â» suit filed Sept. 30 by Edward H. Held of Little Rock against N. M. Bovd. who rents from Held Apartment B of Ultli The suit snid the rent was pasj duo since Aug, 21 and that Boyd. owed $110, ' LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A udge declared unconslllutlona Pucsday the part oF a slate law hat permits a landlord to ob ain an eviction order as soon as he files a complaint to re rtovc a tenant behind in rent. Judge Tom B'. Digby of Pu aski County Circuit Court rule .hat statute 34-1506 violated the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in Iliat it permitted aking property -- in this instance a person's home -- without due process. In the future, Digby said, an eviction sviit must be accom- anied by a notice telling the .enant that he has five days in Surplus Reported LITTLE ROCK (AP) There has been a one to two per cent surplus of oil in Arkansas in the last 30 to 60 days but prices have remained about steady, according to Hershell Parent, executive director of the Arkansas Petroleum Council. Parent said Tuesday that conservation efforts, increased importing and new wells contributed to the small surplus. He said the surplus was in crude oil which is refined to produce motor oil, . fuel oil, gasoline, kerosene and other products. - Vote For A Woman? Why not vote for a woman? To have good, equal and honest 1 government, you must have capable people in that government. 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