The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1955 · Page 10
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PAGBTEK BLYTHEriLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NBW8 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1908 Lending Agencies Said Key to 2 New Farm Economy Programs CHICAGO (AP) — Under Secretary of Agriculture True | n D. Morse said today banks and other credit agencies will play a leading role in two programs to make farm families more prosperous. VaURlui at Wileon, John Vaughn o( Rockford, III.; two daughters, Mrs. Junnltn Wai-hurst of bsccobi, Mrs. Marguerite Troutnmn of St. l/Mlis; two brothers, Charles and Herbert Viuighn of Pnducnh; IV grnnrtcliil- dren nnd five grcitt grandchildren. Johnson Rites Morse, in a speech prepared for delivery to the National Agricultural Credit Conference of the American Bankers Assn.. said financial leaders "nguin will be a vital influence in these new attacks on the problems of farmers." He said the two programs involve plans to increase the welfare of families that operate small farms, and to bring "greater stability and dependable prosperity" to the Great Plains agricultural Obituary south through 10 states. Substantial Capital Both programs, he said, will require substantial capital investments by many farmers thereby necessitating use of credit make the most rapid progress. Rites for Hamra Child on Sunday Services were scheduled Sunday! and"four"^7andchikirenT afternoon for Kimbcrley Charlene • OSCEOLA— Services for Arthur Ancil Johnson, of \Vaynesboro. Tenn., who died here yesterday in the home of his daughter. Mrs. Pii til Fairlry, will be conducted at 2 p. in. tomorrow at Church of Christ in Osceola by W. A. Holley. Burial will he 1:1 Ennen Cemetery with Swift Funeral Home in Mr. Johnson li;iri been in the care of his daughter here for the past week. Other survivors include a son, j Brociie Johnson of Lints, Tenn. who died He said the primary source of! enls: credit will come from banks and! j ier "other nongovernmental" sources The plan for small farms- termed the rural development program—calls for increasing earnings either through enlarging the farm or by increasing productivity. The program for the Great Plains, Morse said, will emphasize shifting land proper use Fencing 1 , buildings, water supplies and livestock must follow, he said. Need for Credit Because both proposals call for money there will be a need for "credit based on well made farm and ranch plans," Morse said. He declared that business adjustment and expansions that flow from the two programs "will present an increasing challenge to bankers and other credit institutions." In that respect, Morse said, "the leadership and sound guidance (from) those providing credit wil often be more important to farm families than the money loaned.' "Money loaned under wise and Hamra. aged two, Japan Nov. 20. She was the daughter of Yeoman First Class Phillip Hamra and his wife. They formerly lived in Steele "toj and Caruthcrsville. The child is survived by her par. Richardson Infant Buried IKE Services for James Joe Richard- brother, Phillip Muschel; .son. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Richardson of 1701 Wesi Walnut. F. Claxton. Caruihcrsville, and; were conducted at 2 p.m. in Dog- Mrs. Irvin Cantor, of Sieele; and j W ood Cemetery. Cobb Funeral Home her great grandmother, Mrs. Ida I W ns in charge. Howard, of Steele. j He died yesterday shortly after Services will be held in the Meth- birth at Chickasawba Hospital. In addition to his parents he is -survived by five brothers, Eddie Joe Richardson with the Army in Japan, Carlos Richardson, with the odist Church. The Revs. Marvin E. Niblack and Floyd E. Brower will conduct the services. Pallbearers will be Terry Dabbs, Ted Weaver, Wade Hollenbeck and Jerry Hamra. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery with the German Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. careful supervision is twice effective," he said. "It puts farmer and banker or lender in a 'partnership' that can hardly be kept from making real progress. RUSSIA (Continued from Page 1) minder it was Khrushchev who launched the discussion. And said orders had been issued to keep the correspondents "at a distance from our honored guests in order that they will not be provoked into making statements." In Washington, Dulles and visiting Portuguese Foreign Minister Paulo Cunha issued a communi- que deploring remarks by the Soviet lenders in their Asiatic tour. No Specific Remark The joint statement did not refer to a specific remark by the Russians and was not believed aimed at Khrushchev's outburst against the West in the Buddhist temple. It did refer to certain "allegations" by the touring Russians "concerning the Portuguese provinces in the Far East." Khrushchev said recently in India that Gon, Portuguese colony on India's West Const, should go to India regardless of Portugal's dcterminatiin to fight for it if necessary. Bulganin said Russia supports India's "right to oust" the Poruguese. Other top American officials in Washington said Khrushchev's anti-West outburst yesterday was a blunder which would backfire against. Russia. The officials thought the Communist boss's remarks would wipe out much of the good will built up by the Russltms' tour. The Americans said it would be bad strategy to dignify Khrushchev's remarks with a formal reply. G. W. Lawrence Rites Saturday Services were held for George W. Lawrence, 87, Saturday afternoon at Wesley Memorial Methodist Church at Steele. Mr. Lawrence died Friday. He made his home with his daughter, Mrs. 0. A. Dunaven, near Steele, Navy in Florida, Noel Dean, Terry and Gary Richardson of Blytheville; and five sisters, Peggy, Joyce. Diane, May and Palma Gail all of Blytheville. Colleqe Seniors Plan ASG Meet Dan Atkins, Blytheville, and Billie Gaines Mann, of Osceola, will head two committees at the annual convention of the Arkansas Student since the death of his wife in 1940. Three of five children survive. They are Mrs. Dunaven; Mrs. Beulnh Dillinderof, Flint, Mich.; and Robert Lawrence, of Steele. He is also survived by four grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Services were conducted by the Rev. Harold Thompson, the Rev. Marvin E. Niblack, and Brother J. T. White. Pallbearers were W. A. Dates, Jack Brooks, J. B. German, Lewis Lester, Russell Prakes nnd Leo Lipscomb. Interment was in Mt. Zion Cemetery with German Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. John Vaughn Die in Wilson WILSON—Services for John Nelson Vaughn, 74. longtime resident, here nnd for many years night watchman for Lee Wilson Company, who died at his home yesUTduy, were to be conducted at 2 p.m. today at Baptist Church in Wilson by "the Rev. G. W. Smith. Burial, with Swift's Funeral Home n charge, was to be in Baptist Cemetery. . Mr. Vaughn was born in Paducah, Ky. Survivors include his wife; three sons. Oi'vil Vnujihn of Osceoln, Dale Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply All Your Clothing Needs: • Uniforms • Belts • Caps • Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner - Clothier • Tailor Blytheville, Ark. Pianist's Wife Killed STUTTGART, Germany i/l'i—Mrs. Walter Gieseking. GO. wife of Germany's famed concert pianist, and an American soldier were killed in a bus accident here last ninht. The pianist and 12 other persons, including 8 U. S. .soldiers, were injured. FREE With SHIBLEY'S BEST Flour At Your Favorite Grocer's BUY GET FREE 50 Ibs. Shibley's Best 8 Ibs. Lard 25 Ibs. Shibley's Best 5 Ibs. Sugar at your dealer prree TROUBLEMAKER — West Germany is not putting out its "welcome" mat for Valerian Zorin, Russia's choice for its first envoy to the_Bonn Republic. Zorin, a known master of subversion and intrigue, is credited with engineering the 1948 coup by which the Communists seized power in Czechoslovakia. West Germany regards Zorin's appointment to ionn as a sign that Rii.^ia nlencte to conduct a campaign f subversion, so it will repor' Government Assn. at Arkadelphm The convention will be held os: the campus of Ouachita College. Dec. 9 and 10. Miss Mann and Atkins are st-nio:^ at the school. She is in charge of the program, while Atkins is chairman of the program committee. Purpose ot tne meeting is to discuss common student problems and to promote better relationship among the 13 member schools. (Continued from Page I indispensable to better world relations. Up to Doctors In addition, Martin referred to I PJLsonhower's West Point training j and said: "At West Point they teach you to serve your country when your country calls." Martin added, however, that he expects the President's final decision will depend on what his doc' tors tell him late in January about 1 the degree of recovery from his : Sept. 24 heart attack. " Martin disagreed, by implication, with Knowlai.d's publicly ex\ pressed view that Eisenhower : .^houlcl announce his second term i intentions next month. ! "I don't think we should put any , deadline on the President," Mar' tin said. "He'll know how his : health is and he'll know when it is unit 1 to speak out." Knowland. who has been at odds with the administration on some fureign policy matters, has taken the public position that Eisenhower* should let his 1956 intentions be \ known soon so as to give other pos- ?:blp candidates a chance to make their plans in the event Eiesnhow- er doesn't run again. Late in January However, all indications are thai the President will keep his plans to himself at least until the end of January. At that time he'll undergo a sort of final medical examination to see whether his recovery from his heart attack is complete. GOP National Chairman Leonard W. Hall voiced belief after a meeting with the President last Monday that Eisenhower will run again; "if he feels ht is able." ; Eisenhower continued to leave; the issue in doubt. He promised i in a message to the Republican! National Committee meeting in Chicago this week that he'd do all I Tito Enroute To Ethiopia BELGRADE (/T) — President Tito is en route to Ethiopia to repay a visit from Emperor Haile Selassie. He will deliver a gift made when the emperor visited Yugoslavia more than a year ago. It is a 100-fooi steel yacht launched this summer and named Brioni after Tito's secluded island in the northern Adriatic. Tito is traveling in his flagship Galeb, forming with the gift yacht a two-ship convoy for the journey through the Suez Canal and down into the Red Sea. Ceylon, Poland In Trade Pact COLOMBO, Ceylon (*P) — Ceylon and Poland have signed n trade agreement, an official announcement said today. Among the items listed for bilateral trade were tea. coconuts and coconut oil, rubber and fiber from Ceylon, and sugar, cement, iron and steel goods, coal and textiles from Poland. GOP he could to help the party in the '56 campaign. But he left unanswered the big Question of who will head the '56 ticket. Politics aside, Eisenhower had much to discuss with Knowland and Martin—the shape of next month's State of the Union message in which he will tell Congress what he'd like to have it do in the session ahead. Health, education, highway and a host of other legislative matters are up for consideration. The Democrats, controlling both House and Senate, are shaping a program of thiir own, probably including tax Deduction and other matters which may or may not be in the President's list of recom-, mendations. i (Continued from Page 1) sensitive to the farmer, the worker, the smaller business people." In his talk to Georgia Republicans, Hall tossed aside his prepared speech but covered most of the points marie in it. In his manuscript. Hall had said the South "is turning toward the Republicans in such force that in 1956 we will pick up another 10 or 15 congressional seats." Goldwater Optimistic Sen. Goldwater of Arizona, chairman of the Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee, also was optimistic about his party's chances to recapture control of the Senate next year. Goldwater conceded in a Washington interview today that the farm issue would give Republicans trouble in the Midwest. But he -said GOP chances of winning control of the Senate are "looking up." He said his committee will work hardest to gain Senate seats in New York. Oregon, Washington and Nevada. j Gov. Averell Harriman of New I York, another potential Demo- j cratic presidential candidate, dis cussed foreign affairs last night in what was billed as a nonpolitical talk before the New Orleans t'oi eign Policy Assn. Harriman said recent Democratic criticisms of administration activity in this field resulted from "developments in recent months" —not politics. These developments, he said, "have given rise to grave public concern that our position in world affairs has deteriorated." Narrowing Issues At the meeting of Young Democrats, Sen. Sparkman (D-Ala) referred today to what he said are Republican efforts to narrow campaign issues and added in his prepared talk: "My own feeling is that the. Democrats will not let Leonard Hull and the Republican National Committee nor even the present Republican administration t*ll u» what we shall talk about in this campaign." He said this included foreign policy. The Democratic national chair- ! mnn, Paul Butler, was in Honolulu j last night for a party dinner at ; which he accused the administration of ignoring a pledge to seek statehood for Hawaii. S. >>f ' ' I 'Christmas FOR BOATING FAMILIES " BYRUM IMPLEMENT CO. USE. Main Ph. 3-1404 • JOHNSON SfA'HORSES 9 GREAT '56 MODELS FROM J TO 90 HP • IOAT1 • A COMPIETI UNI Of MARINE EQUIPMENT Johnson SEA-HORSES FOP DEPENDABILITY r Kirby Drug Store $750 For Vrmr Old I EI.ECTKir HA/OK on a new Kpniin^fon, Scliick. Sunbeam, Ronsnn or Norrli-o Paint Closeout Mur Tynw anil CXon \ Price Habbard Hardware EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different items in stock! HUBBARD HARDWARE REMINGTON RAND Typewriters — Adding Machines — Calculators Portable - Standard - Electric Business Systems Authorized Sales and Service! WHITLEY OFFICE SUPPLY Kifi So. Fifth Phone 3-8802 HALSELL'S SCHOOL OF DANCING Invites You to Attend OPEN HOUSE Wednesday, Dec. 7 - 9:00 p.m. BI.YTIIEVIUiE STUDIO ALL AIR FORCE PERSONNEL WELCOME Special. — During the Holiday Season! Dancing Lessons FOX TROT — WALTZ — JITTERBUG RUMBA — TANGO — SAMBA — MAM BO JO BAY TAP & BALLET Owned & Operated by Roy E. Halsell BTUDIOS IN BI,VTIIKVIM,E AND CAKIITIIKRSVII.I.E, MO. 20»H W. Muln In Hlylhevllfe — Phone .1-6391 Studio In Carulhrrsrllle Over Fumoui Store on Main St. i!o man is an island—" Tfie really important moments of a lifetime are moments shared with your family. These are the hours you remember Together—with Faith—you'll build a richer life |hey are the ones which linger longest in the memory of your children. Surely one of the greatest gifts within your power to give a child is your belief in God. And what more natural way to do it than by worshiping with your family each week at your church or synagog»e. As they find God, so will your own faith grow, joining together in worship is more than an act of faith. It's a l?nk with tte future ... a point upon which you and your famiiy can build a better tomorrow. Give them a Faith to live by olffl Worship with tt*m ffito wmft Contributed to the Religion in Ameficon life Program bf Contributed to the Religion in American Life Program by Tne Cowiw

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