*• ACS TWO Bl/TTHEYILLE (ARK.)" COURIER HEW1 THURSDAY, JANUARY B, 1958 Business News from Foreign Lands Tells of Good Times By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — Good times are spreading fast around the globe. Business news from other lands shine out today as President Eisenhower reports to Congress on the state of the nation and asks for a 10-year plan of foreign aid. The stated aim of the long-terra glowing reports of full employ- program is to allow forward military planning and to keep econom- ment, expanding markets among Europeans themselves, increased Ic aid flowing to such corners of output of factories and mines, the globe as haven't yet climbed I growing export markets comes securely on the prosperity band j other news. Many of the govern- wagon. ! ments in Europe, as .well as Aus- Leaving the pros and cons ofjtralla and to some extent Canada foreign aid proposals to Washing- and South America, have the trou ton, let's look at the reports of prosperity overseas: Sizing up the whole picture, the United Nations reports that the dollar value of world trade in 1954 <thB latest, period for which figures are complete) was three times what It was in 1937. Reports from individual countries indicate a sizable gain in 195S, and expeota- "tlons of even more in 1956. Above Prewar Levels In most of Western Europe, the output of mines and factories is j now well above prewar levels. More striking, perhaps, is the! upgrading in European standards j of living. Automobile ownership is I spreading to classes that never! dreamed of driving cars before j The same movement is shown in; the purchase of electrical home • appliances. ' I All of this hasn't been an unmixed blessing. Along with the, bles that go with "excess prosperity." Fat pay checks mean competition for consumer goods. Prices go up and so do demands for higher wages. Inflation becomes a real problem. Also, Europeans, Australians. South Americans all would like more of the shiny American sad- gets that they can get dollars to pay for. And "the dollar gap" between what they sell us and what they get from us continues—and is plugged largely by U. S. foreign aid. In other corners of the world- tie so-called underdeveloped—the cry for more American dollars to develop resources and build industries goes on without letup. LUXORA NEWS By MRS. PAUL HATES Those attending the funeral for Mrs. Vf. E. Allison at Paragould Wednesday were the Rev. James Riherd, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Head. Mrs. O. Howton, Mrs. Paul Hayes, Miss Edith McDanlel, Mrs. Charles Edwards .Mrs. Pay Criss, Carlos Bonner, Calvin Wilkins and John and Billy Thweatt. Eight members of the Luxora Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. W. L. Hanna for their annual Christmas luncheon and party. Mrs. Douglas Thomas was, a guest ot the group. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor announce the marriage of their daughter, Betty, to Bill Hulsey. son of Mrs. Chester Reeder. Dec. 27 at Hern- UldO, MlM. Mrs. Elizabeth Holt of Hender«on, Ky., has arrived'here to make her home with her daughter, Mn Roy Owen, Sr., and Mr. Owen. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brownlee and children visited her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Ishmael, In Jonet- boro during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Brasher and children of Henderson, Ky., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Owen. Sr, . • . • . Mrs. H. E. Stanford, Srr, and Mrs. H. E. Stanford, Jr., .left the flrtt of this week to visit H, E. Stanford Jr., who is stationed in Little Rock. Cleo Hanna and Joe Dudley Smith, students at Memphis State, spent the holiday season here visiting their parents. Clarence Herbert Lucas has re- cieved his discharge from the Army and is now visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lucas. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas had as guests for the holidays her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hicks, ot Ravenden Springs. Dr. sad Mn. Frank Hroopi and d«u«ht«r visited her parents, Ml 1 . and Mrs. Jack Lucas, and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lucas during the holidays. Mrs. Inez Permenter and children •pent Christmas In Memphis, Lt, Douglas L. Thomas and Mrs. Thomas of Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, Tex., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hanns. Mr. and Mrs. Brcell Skeen, Jr. and son Martin Carol of charlotte, N. C., arrived Friday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Skeen. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. George, Jr., and children spent Christmas visiting relatives in Vicksburg. Miss. Mrs. Roy Owen, Jr., spent Christmas in Biloxi, Miss., with her husband, who Is stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Head had as their guests for the holidays Mrs. W. A. Owens of Grider, Mr. an* Mrs. Gene Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Davis of Jackson, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beck of Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Head, Jr., of Walnut Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. BkeVn, *„ and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Skeen and Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Skeen, Jr., and son spent Christmas in Lambert, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Flanagan and children spent Christmas with her Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell. in Humboldt, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ramey ot Chicago visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howard, during the holidays. Other guests In the Howard Home were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hardln of Lexington, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stanford of Tulsa, Okla Mr. and Mrs. Wade Arms and daughter of Chicago visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Arms, during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Fted George and diildren and Mrs. O. A. George, Sr., spent Christmas In Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. George remained for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Fardeecy had as their guests Christmas Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Erben and children. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Erben and fam-1 lly of Birmingham, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. N. Fnrdeecy and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Fardeecy, Jr., of Alexander, La. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howard entertained 39 members of their families with a dinner Monday night at, their home. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bryant and Julia spent Ciiristmas with Mr. and Mrs. Waggaman and children in Atlanta. Ga. Mrs. G. C. Driver, Sr., accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Burch anil children of Caruthersvllle were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard Christmas day. Nora Ann Jackson is spending the weekend with Diane Stevens of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. T.. L. Stanford, Sr., have as their guests Mrs. Stanford's parents, Mr. and Mrs.' V. C. Barnett, of Dermott, her brother, Julius Barnett, of Pocahontas and their son, Tommy Stanford, who is ROTC instructor at St. Lawrence University In Canton, N. Tf. Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers The following real estate trans-. ters have been recorded in the : circuit clerk's office: | E. M. and Willie Mahan to Logan j I. and Mary Emma Perkins, 40; acres in SE V, of SW Yt In S14,: T14N, R10E. I Tollie E. and Georgia Edna i Gann to Samuel N. sod Frances. H. Lewers, part of NE 14 of SW V, '810. T15K, RUE. ' 1 E. C. and Etliel Gosa to J. E.! and Mary K. Stevenson Jr. and i othera, psj* of N 14 of 87, TUN,. R10E. i Alvin 1. aod Irene Prichard to Magnolia Courts, Inc., lot 25, blk. 4, William Lee Walker second sub- ; division. ; Joseph H. and Mary E. Roberts "to Alvin E. and Irene Prichard, • lot 7, blk p, John B. Walker second subdivision. Worth D. and Wynette 8. Holder to Jesse 1. and Jeannette B. Even-; sky. lot 1, blk. 4, Highland Place I addition, I Daisr Coffey to .8, T, Freeman,' NE V 4 'of NW 1.4, S26. T16N, R10E : Sally I. and Homer Wilson to Wilbum J and Madalynne Van Cleve. part of lot 5 of Vail first subdivision and lot 10 of Vail third subdivision. Hermon and Thelma Carlton to J Troy and Lou Payne, lot 7 and W 1.2 of lot 6, blk. 1, Sudbury addition. . Harry C. and Mary Gray, % interest in lot 18, blk. "B", 'John B. Walker second subdivision. Alma Wells and Bud Schell to, Barney J and Edna Mae Cozart,: lots 1 and 1, blk, 9, Highland Place j addition. ! Roland O. Costner Phillips to E. T and Mary F. Odom. 8 M> of lot; 11 and lot 12, blk. 2, Parkview ad- j dition, Manila. i Bill and Bertha King to Thomas W and Alma Ruth Middleton, part ] of lot 1, blk. 5, Hays addition,! Leachvillt. ! Janle Hardesty to Woodrow and ; Doris Hardesty, part of lot "G" to | HE ft, SIS, T1SN, RUE. j V. 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