The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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^WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1948 Democrats in Congress Hope President Truman Will Okay Extension of Farm Program DEMOCRATS IN CONGRESS— Z-M Ycefl K > ™SH INQTO «. May U. (U.P.)-Som. Democratic Congressmen"^ of the present ; about y an 8 that'Vould Tave'tnuch* fhance of getting through Co, grew Jhls session, anyway. They were ?L 'j 1 ! lo "S- ran Se program s|»n- sored by Sen. George D. Ailcen, E., If some legislation Is not enact™ .P"n e su Pi"> rt s will be cut automatically Dec. 31 on the basic crops ~«>tton, corn, wheat, rice, tobacco and peanuts. And they will expire °n other farm products the non• basic agricultural commodities Sen Allen J. Ellencier, D., La said the Scnatf Agriculture Committee appeared to be farther from agreement on a long-range program than when it started to work on it last Slimmer. He Is a member of the committee and was in the group of Senate and House Democrats called to t', e White House to discuss the farm situation with President Truman Mr. Truman said lie will send a special farm message to Congress llpter this week. He did not say ex- ^fctly what he will recommend. But some members of the delegation got the Impression he wi,U ask for ex-' tended price supports for all farm i productions and for continuation' of soil conservation payments. Sees Some Changes Ellender said such a program was suggested by some of the Congressmen at the White House. He said their suggestions included giving the Secretary of Agriculture authority to restrict production of the non-basic, as well as basic, farm products If government price support Is necessary. Ellender said he would not be supprised If the president's recommendations also included proposals for changes in some support levels. They now are 90 per cent of parity for all except cotton and l rogram with only . few change* t Alexis Smith, Canadian-born screen star, will reign as "Miss World Trade" during National World Trade* Week, May 16-22. The blonde actress will be official hostess at the events arranged by the Los" Angeles Chamber of Commerce, which originated the week in 1927. JSL^SF.J?«™9Z^oTOT OF E OF AHKAN- BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.)' COURIER NEWS Stacy Marshall, Defendant* and Mary p. Singleton; Marvin E. singleton, Jr.; John H. Singleton; Edward a. Singleton; Susie Siu- gl';ton Porter; June Singleton Speir; Elizabeth R. Singleton; fVrry M. Singleton; Mary E. Singleton; and St. Louis Union Trust Company, as Trustee under Will of Marvin E. singleton, Deceased. Cross-Dcfcndanis ORDER On (his April 19, 1M8 caui« on to b« heard the motion of defendants ana crass-complainants for Issuance of warning order In this cause warning the cross-defendania Mary P. Singleton, Marvin E. Singleton, Jr., John H. Singleton, Edward G, Singleton, Susie Singleton Porter, June Singleton Spelr, Elizabeth R. Singleton, Perry M. Singleton, Mary E. Singleton and St. Louts Union Trust Company, as Trustee under will of Marvin E. Singleton, Deceased, to appear by tiling an appearance motion or answer herein by a day certain to be designated by the court. It appearing to the court that this suit is commenced by the plaintiff, who is a resident and citzcn of the state of Florida, to enforce an equitable claim to land situated in Mississippi County, Arkansas, being in the Eastern District of said State, and it appearng further that the defendants herein have filed cross complaint against cross-defendants, all of whom are non-residents jf the State of Arkansas nnd are not present within the jurisdiction ol this court, and have not volunar- ily appeared in this cause: And the Court being of the opinion that the motion of the defend- You Are Cordially Invited to Visit The Accessory Shop Feminine Apparel Mabel Hogan Jessie Srlte Hotel Noble Bldg. Blytheville, Ark. anls and crois-coinplalnla should be granted. It Is ordered that Mnry p. singleton, Marvin E, Singleton, Jr, John H. Singleton, Edward O. Singleton, Susie singleton Porter, June Singleton Speir, Elizabeth R. Singleton, Perry M. Singleton, Mary S. Singleton and St. Louis Union Trust Company, as Trustee under Will of Marvin E. .Singli'lon, Deceased shall appear by filing motion or answer to the cro.vs-cotnplnint of Edgar A. Stacy and Adu Dunavnnt Stacy and to the cross-complnlnt of Judith Elizabeth Wnlthnll. Margaret Stacy Pox mid Augusta Stacy Marshall i.y the 1st day of Juno, 1048 nt the court-room thereof in the City of Jonesboro, Cralghead County, Arkansas It Is further ordered that certified copies of this order nnd cross- complnlnanf* pleading b« wrved upon sutd cross-defendants by delivering copies by .registered mail, iiddrawed to said cross-defendants, e|o St. Lout* Union Trust Company, St. Louts, Missouri ami that service further be had by publication of Hits order one* a week for four weeks in some newspaper published and having a bona fide circulation In Mississippi County, Arkansas. THOMAS O. TRIMBLE, JR. District Judge Joe C. Barrett, Hamilton E. Little nnd Marcus Evrard, attorneys for cross-complainants. 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Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Blytheville "helpful." . A meeting of his committee al- ors conference. ticipating in the Southern govern- ready had been called to resume H e said he had had no reply but •fcWk on the long-range bill. He , 'hat he anticipated none predicted the Committee would ap- He said he intends to discuss'the prove it in "two or three weeks." | proposal with Robert w Claverc of Aiken was hopeful that it would • HUlsboro, chairman of the State Be sooner. His proposals call for, Democratic Executive Committee changing the parity base period, "within the next Jew da vs." ' ' from 1909-14 to a more recent span • Jester sai dhe had informally dis and supporting prices on a sliding cussed the proposal with Gov. T J Mabrv nf WPU' AI^VI^^ /-^.... ^ percentage of parity. Anti-Democratic Administration Bloc Is Proposed AUSTIN, Tex., May II. (UP)— Gov. Beauford H. Jester proposed yesterday that Southern and Western states join in an opposition bloc to the national Democr\ic administration. : The governor made It clear thB bloc would be formed "within the Democratic party." its purpose he said, would be to give Souther?! Southeast and Western states "a greater voice within the party councils. The governor said he had not formally suggested the program to any official of the state'party, but had Mabry of New Mexico, Gov Roy Turner of Oklahoma, Qov'. Lee Knous of Colorado and former Secretary of Agriculture Clinton Anderson. Anderson is now a candidate for the u. S. Senate from New- Mexico. VEGETAOLt Fadeproof Wallpaper KEEP YOUR ROOMS BRIGHT! • STYLISH PATTERN! • TESHD-QUAIITY SELECTION As low as 10 C Single Roll 1W your rooms can be bright and sunny through: out the year with Wards top.quality Fadcproof wallpaper! No sun streaks, no curtain lines . . . just those handsome, full-colored Wards pattern.. 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