The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1950 · Page 11
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FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1950 Bl.TniBVTLI.E, (AKK.) COUKIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN ariners FHA Loans Cover lumber oi Farm Improvements Building and Repair Of Home, Outbuildings Can Be Financed Owners ol farms who need funds lo construct, repair, or Improve farm buildings and who are unable to secure loans through regular credit sources may, if they arc eligible, secure Joans from the Farmers Home Administration under the rural housing program, r.c- cording to David C. Neal. county FHA supervisor here. Mr. Neal stated that Inrm housing funds may lie loaned to provide owners of farms, their tenants, lessees, sharecroppers and laborers with safe and' sanlliry living conditions and farm buildings essential to tlxe farm operations. These funds may be used to (1) Improve, ' repair or replace dvell- . ings, barns and other farm build- .pKgs; (21 construct dwellings, tarns 'E^E'other buildings essential to the f^Pi operations; (3) provide safe and sanitary water supply such as drilling wells and installing run ning water; (4) modernize kitchens bathrooms or add rooms to prc:«ai dwellings; and (5) wire lor electricity and provide other improve ments and repairs normally madi to {arm houses and other farm buildings. Can Develop Land Mr. Neal also said that in soin cases funds may be included fo laud development, such as basi soil treatments of fertilizer, pasuir development, terracing, drf-inm; and land clearing or purchase whe this is necessary to provide suit! cient income to meet repayments] on the housing loan and provide a family living. The rate of interest on fr.rm housing loans is tour per cent. Loans are repayable over a period of from five to 33 years and may be paid in full at any time. Farmers securing this type ot loan nve encouraged to retire their debt as rapidly as possible in order lo save interest, Mr- Neal said. Fanners desiring this type of assistance may contact Mr. Neal at the Farmers Home Administration office in City Hall for aditional in- .formation. LUXORA NEWS Bj Mrs- G. C. Driver Form Prices Continue to Show Increase LITTLE ROCK, June 9. (APt — Average prices received by Arkan- Kim fanners, rising steadily since January, reached in mid-May the highest level since last October. This was rejwrled by the State Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Toombs Phoue fit Miss l.andrrs 1'clcil Miss Shirley Landers of Dexter ami W. C. Thompson, Jr.. who will be married June 11. were entertained Sunday 11 a.m. with a Reporting Service, , which however, that the average Crop added, ill was below the level of a year go. The average climbed three per ent from mid-April to mid-May. Noticeable gains were made In ccd grain prices, with corn, oats nd barley each Tip five cents ushel from April 15. Hogs, at $16-90 a hundredweight, hcnvcd an increase of $2.20. Beef cattle were up slightly and breakfast in ilic home of Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Carter. ' Other parties tetmg the couple include a formal dinner Thursday In the home of Mrs. J. C. Shannon, a brunch at the Rone river house Saturday with Gene Rone as host, and a rehearsal dinner Saturday In the Lions club recreation hull with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Thompson entertaining. Miss Landers was honored \vitli a miscellaneous shower Iti the home of Mrs. Frank LaRue ol Dexter Monday. Miss Harriet LaRue. Imdesiimtd, and Miss Jean McGlo- •enl calves, at $25, gained Si a Imn- Ireciweight. Sheep and lamb were unchanged and dairy products showed the usual seasonal decline. Chickens declined 2.2 cents per xnmd to 202 cents and eggs, at 26.B cents a dozen, wcrc..riown 3 of a cent. Light cotton rose a half cent per pound to 28 cents. WILSON NEWS H> Mrs. K »'. Boylrs 1,215 Farmers Groups Apply for Cotton Benefits Approximately '2B cotton improvement groups have .already applied for the benefits due them under the Smith-Doxey Act, according to Milliard L. Garner, Memphis cotton representative of the U. S. Department of Agriculture's Production and Market Administration. "This rep res en Ls about 1215 farm' lie said, pointing out that thln. maid of honor, were hostesses KMlnnis-Taiincr l't:iri~ Announced Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Kelliuns have announced the approaching marriage of iheir daughter. Helen KcUnms, to Herbert Lee Tanner, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tanner. The ceremony is to take ptaoe June 11 at 0 a.m. in the Portageville Ch'irch of Christ. Social Nolfs Mrs. Douglass R'-1dIck entertained members of the Carter Home Economics club \n the home of her mother. Mrs. Henry Tanner, Monday. Mrs, Tticlnm Davidson, home demonstration agent, told the group of club work. Mrs. Jane Easterly entertained the Tuesday afternoon bridge club his \veck. Honors were won bs r Mrs Cora Fuller and Mrs. Addie Fields Mrs. Arlene A very was hostess to icr bridge club Thursday when Mrs Sam Avcry and Mrs. J. V. Johnsoi Mr. and Mrs. S, S. Stubbleflctd were the weekend guests of hei mother, Mrs. Tom CnlllcuU. in Blue Mountain, Miss. Miss Mary Ilyals, daughter o! Mr, and Mrs. J, E. Ryals, who at' ended the Methodist Ho.spita School of Nursing in Memphis foi the past icrin, Is home for the summer. Mrs. J. U. Colemnn and-Mrs. J Ii. Ijovctt were the guests of Ihei son uurt brother. Lnvcrfince Cole man, and family in Birmingham Ala., last week. ist year ns groups, represent- :ig 32.453 fanners in this ter- .ory took advantage of the cotton lapsing and market news service f the Department of Agriculture vhfch were available to them under he Smith-Doxcy Act. Applici'i'ons for these services :an be secured from county agricultural agents by writing to nil Palls Building. P. O. Box 363, Memphis, immediately after comple- ion they should be sent to P. O Box 363 Memphis. Our goal is to get all applica lions in by July 1, 1950." Mr Garner explained.. "This will give the group time to make arrangements for sampling. Also, it will •help- cotton classing offices get ready to operate i\t full speed when the season starts." Deadline for accepting applications for the benefits is Aug. 1. von honors. Mrs. Margaret De Lisle entertained members of her bridge club asl Friday, Honors went to Mrs Chester Fureersnu, Mrs. T. A. Lc-i and Mrs. H. E. Patterson. Armil Taylor Rumored As Laney Campaign Heat. LITTLE ROOK, June fl. CAP) — The Arkansas Gazette believes lor mei State Sen. Armil Taylur o Clarfcvlltc may be, campaign man ager Tor former Gov. Ben Lnncy i the letter's third-term attempted. The Gazette, speculating tha Talor would be designated can psiigii manager next week, said h and Lane "probably will talk it ov at a conference in Little Rock Sui day." Lnney wasn't- available for con ment. Luxorans who have attended out- of-town schools for the past year and returned home last week for the summer,. vacation included Jimmy Driver, Jomcs L. Edward mid Hebert Lucas from Arkansas State College; Miss Wvlma Laym from Arkansas State Teaclmrs Col Jege. Miss Dorothy Rozelle for M.S.C.W., Columbus, Miss.; Mis Wade Mclienry from Miss Hutch inson's, Memphis; Miss Sarah L ston from the University of Ark ansas; and George. McLendon Irom the University of Missouri. instructors in the Luxora schools who are furthering their education at summer courses beginning this week include Mrs. Bowcn Thompson and Mrs, T. I>. Wilkins at Arlt- ansas State Teachers College, Cari^ > way, and Fcrnian Rogers anr, G- C Driver at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Mrs. Ray Olive departed Sunday on a week's motor vacation trip with relatives to Florida prints. Mr. and Mrs. Sudie Cecil and son of Bassett. former Luxorwns were visitors here Sunday. W. D. McClurkin of Nashville, wn> the weekend visitor of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Powell. He joined Mrs. McClurkin and daughter, who have been visiting in the Powell home for several weeks, •friaries Corkran of Memphis was i^veekend visitor with Mrs.. Corkran at their home here. The Rev. and Mrs. A. 8. Hill and family motored to Blue Mountain, Miss., over the weekend to attend graduation exercises at the college there. Their daughter. Miss Evelyn Hill, was a graduate, and returned home with the family this week. Mrs. G- A. George was hostess to her two-table bridge clu'j at her home Wednesday afternoon Game prizes were won by MUs Frances Bowen and Mrs. Lester Stevens, a guest player. The hostess served a dessert course following the games. EDSON Continued from Payc 3 Anyway, assuming Mint expulsion jf the Notionalists nncl if the Coin 1 11 u ills t-s could be rcroin- i ic ml cd by MIR Security Council najorlty of those prn.scnl atul voting n the G,A. to carry these ncliotis lerc an interesting pavllatnciHary situation might develop, Curiously cimugli, most- of the 'C.ssure on the United Stales from other countries is that It should Us posttfrcn. The fact that Is the KiiRsiiins who, have causrd ctinsldered hopples.?. So those the Security Council, would prob- who fcnr that Hie ptTsonL stalemate might, wrrck the United Nations bc- Hcve that tliR United States should find some new ground unon which to sland. But the Unilcd SHMos (Mention is expccU'ii to sit. llpht. It is in no hurry to lecof-ni/c the Chinese Communists. So countric.s thnl do not wish to offend cither the United States or Kovh't, Kussln might nb-siniti frnm voting. In this event, there is no tolling what the results of the votes might IIP. Whn Has (hr Qmillfkiillnns? There a re .some what pltvuslhlc reasons why none of the existliu; Chinese 1 ! uovcinineiil.s .should re-pre- nbly lead to wrecking the whole or- iii/.nUcm. The complete downfall of the Nationalist govcrimnml is not considered likely. The possibility of a Communist assault on f-'oiinnsri Is not considered Immediate. But the ultima to possibility of an assault by the Communists after p re-arranged defrt-ilrms by some of the tup Nationalists on Formosa i-s not to be nilcd out. That has been ihe pattern of many Conmmnl.st ad- vances In the past. Any Improvement of the situation with res pout to the Petplng government is not apparent. There is no evidence that the Communists want U.S. rorojoiitlon, Tiicy have pa^srd ii]> many rhiinccs to ask for it, to obialn fnmlnc relief. But they are deliberately ttrivins out as niimy AHUMk'inis as they can, Hr*« IOIIK Ihis stalcmatfi can drag on before a showdown \x an open qurstifin. H rmild be one or two yoai'.s, or 10. •"••••»•••• ••••""••--"••;•• i sent the (; hne.se iieop e in tie iliesp .trained relations n Ihe UN Un , N: , tJQns _ T | 1(k NaUonnUst by Ihoir walkouts and boycott* ts | uowrimu-iU now controls only the. i pnored. By Retting the Russians to change their paslfion on anything seems to Methodists Reject Unity Proposal HOT SPRINGS, Ark., June (API—The Little Rock Mcthttd Conference has rejected n proposal i to unite with the North Arkansas' Conference. i Only about 10 of the 500 minis- ' ters and lay delegates favored the consolidation when it was voted on at the 97th meeting of the conference here yesterday. The unification proposal has Been before the two conferences for some time. At last year's meeting of the Little Rock conference, decision wa_- postponed until this year. Mr. and Mrs, Roy Sloboiigh an> " "rei>, Suzanne and Sarah Jam out last week witb relatives i: Inlon and ChowUw, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gumming icnt the week end with tier par its, Air. and Mrs. Sam Lehr, an mily in Hughes. Miss Enuim Stubblefield of Yn- to City, Miss,, is the guest of her •other, S. S. Klubhlefleld, and Mis, tubblcfield this week. Hunt Moore of Wilson headed ie Mississippi County delegation i the Tri-Sl:ite Oil Mill Superin- endcnt's Association convention in lemphis last week. Mr. Moore Is lie new president of the association, larshall Wood yard, accompanied y his wife, and baby, also attended lie convention. Employees of Ihe i Delta Products Co. of Wilson who I ttcnded the barbecue Thursday ' light were Dili Jennings, Asa Por- er ami Paul Bussey* Mr. and Mi.s. Jerry Hayes left ial.urdny for Columbia, Mo., where Mr. Hayes will attenri the .summer icssion nt the University of Missouri. Bob Amundson will leave Monday for Kenncbcc, S. D., "where he wiil spend the summer with his sis- er, Mrs. Prank Cole, and family. Young Amundscm, who graduated from Wilson High School this year, 1 enter Rolla School of Mines ind Metallurgy in RoUa, Mo., in September. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Conner and .daughter, Che ran, arc guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boylcs, and family this week. Lowery Crook, who has lie en teaching in the science tieparlvneiil at Wilson School the past two years moved his family to Amarillo, Tex John Ellis Elslaiulcr, -son nf Mr and Mrs. Pete Elslandcr, has returned home nflcr graduating fioi the University of Arkansas. Mamnge Licenses The following couples obtained mnrrliif-c licenses yesterday from the office of Miss Elizabeth ulytlic county clerk: R. T, Patterson mid Mrs. Nora Wood, both of Leach vi lie. Guy Harding' Fulfoni ami Mrs. Violet Rnye Kinncy, l>oth of 1C. St. IxjriU, 111, Waller H. Koch of CUetiroe. Mo.. and Mrs. Klainc Bu'nlwood. Mo. M. Walton of sland of l-'oi ruo-sa. The Communist, government in Peiptn;,' does not control all of old China. Munchurla, and Sinklanp seem to be; in Ihc process of beiJi« detached by the Hnssinns. And there me appnr- enlly considerable areas under Riier- illii or wur lord cionlm), * The possibility of the United Sin Irs inking the policy lino that tliorc is no representative Chinese government has noon .suggr.stcd. It would In; a crmnter-otfenslve men- sure to the Hussiim rutnpaiKiis in Chiim. Hut there an- good reasons why the United Stairs should not rulnpt. this policy. lie vision of the United Nations charter, to exclude China as a [imminent member j>f 280 ACRE FARM Only $95 Per Acre Wit are .•iiithori/.cd lo offer Ihk 280 acre fjirm with (wo Kris nf gwKt iinprnvcinenls under woven wire fence, 2-lf) nrrrs In cultivation in the vicinity oT I-'sxcx, Mo., f«r (he low price nt 53 *•* I'* 1 *" norc. Crop rent I minded provided \v« receive nil offer within the nc.vl 10 ititys on Hit: folloulntc trrms: (1) 5^,000 rn^h with crmlr.ict. ['<!) S 10,000 payahlci Drccnilicr I, IflnO. 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