The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 16, 1955 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, 16, 19f» BLYTHETItl.B (ARK.) COURIER NEW« PAGE THREH Smith Wants Cotton Acreage Insrease for Small Farmers Only . WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Frank Smith (D-Missj said yesterday he will fight to make any cotton acreage increase legislation apply only to hardship cases among small growers. He said a bill approved last week, by a Hou.se Agriculture tjubcommit- 1 tee calling for a three per cent increase In the 1055 cotton acreage allotment ttctually wouldn't give much acreage to the small farm. The three per cent increase would be applied first to give small growers a minimum of five acres ; or the highest acreage planted In the past three years, whichever i« .smaller. Any remainder would be allotted to'fiirniK of any size whose 1955 quota is 40 per cent or more under 1954 plantings. 543,000-Acre Increase Some 543,000 acres of cotton would be added to the national allotment of 18,183,000 set by Secretary of Agriculture Benson. Last year's allotment was 21,370,000 acres. ' Smith told a reporter that while a total of 398,000 acres la required to meet the minimum acreage provision in all, states, the bill actually provides only some 240,000 acres for this purpose. The other 300,000 acres, he said, would go to relieve hardship cases among the larger growers. In Mississippi, Smith said, a total of 68,497 acres would 'be needed for the minimum provision while the bill would give the state only | 52,526 acres. Similarly, he said, North Carolina needs 85,943 acres for the small grower but would get only 15,471. 45,891' for Arkansas Arkansas would get 45,891 and needs only 8,465; and California would get 23,361 and needs none. "Since this bill is advanced on the .basis of relieving hardship among small growers," Smith said, "I favor limiting it to that purpose. I will offer an amendment in the House to provide that each state shall get whatever acreage it neds to meet the minimum provision." Such an amendment, he said. would add a total of 398,000 acres to the allotment. Railroad Work Not Glamorous, Veteran Claims ST. LOUIS <tf — It's disillusioning, boys, but a locomotive engineer with 54 years of railroading behind him says H isn't fun. "Like every other boy of my time, I thought railroading was glamorous," said 73-year-old Kichard Neidhart, the Missouri Pacific engineer who retired Sunday. He said he lost the idea more than half a century ago. "From then on It was just work ..." "Only once did I ever take a train farther a way than Sednlia (185 miles) Niedhart said somewhat bitterly, "That was the time they forgot to call an engineer and I had to take the Colorado Eagle all the way into Kansas City." But that extra run didn't broaden Neidhart's horizons. It was a night run and he couldn't see a tiling. Negro's Parole Is Revoked LITTLE ROCK (/P.i—State Parole Director Sam Cannon has revoked the parole of Ose Taylor, 36-year- old Tucker. Ark. Negro convicted of first-degree murder in 1031 and sentenced to life imprisonment for killing another Negro in a fight. Cannon said the parole was revoked after It was learned that Taylor is servini; a three-year sentence in Texas State Penitentiary for murder without malice the equivalent of » manslaughter charge In Arkansas. Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers The following building permits have been issued at the office of the City Engineer, A. C. Woods: George Stringer, 957 E. Main, flame two rooms added to present- structure, value $250; Floyd Balentine of 612 E. Rose, 4-room frame residence, valued at $8,000; O. S. Eollison, Basin St., 4-room metal building, value $1,000. Real estate transfers: H. M. and Heard L. Wylie to Mrs. Joe Carr Leroy for $10 and other considerations, part of SW'/, of section 34-16 HE; Joe Carr Leroy to H. W. and Heard L. Wylie, loi; $5,000, aprox- imaU:Ly 61 acres in W'.i of SW'/i of 34-1C-HE; Susan Moore to David Golden, for $10 and other considerations, lot 8, block 10 of Hollipeter Addition; Lee Mitchell to Norman Shields, for $10 and other considerations, lot 17 or re-plat of O. S. Hollison subdivision, SEV, of NWii of 9-15- 11E; Ella Nance to Elbert and Ollie May Pickne for $1,000, all of lot 16, block 1 of Hollipeter and Shonyo Addition; Russell and Marguerite Mari to Euclid and Mable Matthews for $10 and other considerations, lot 7, block 5 of Highland Place Addition; Jeff and Ruthie Henderson to John and Cornelia Shanks, Jr., for S10 and other considerations. N-110 feet of lot 8, block 1 of Highland Place; Oliver Richardson to C. L. and Baneeta McWaters, $10 and other considerations, lot 4, block 4 of the Country Club Area Addition; Baneeta and C. L. McWaters to Oliver and Lois Richardson. $10 and other considerations, lots 6 and 7, block 15 of Chickasawba Addition: Prank and Marie Hodge to Magnolia Courts Inc., for $10 and other considerations, lot 1, block B of the John H. Walker Subdivision; C. B. and Dorothy Southern to Carrie Mulllm, |«00, p»rt lot 6, 31- 15N-9E of plat oJ Manila; E. M. and Maggie Woodard, Marion and Ruby Koehler, and Nobel and Glady» Gill U> John M. Stevens, 1650, lots 19, 20, 21, block 3 of Sparkman Addition of Dell; Max and Annie Laurie Logan to Jesse and Dorothy Trull $10 and other considerations, lot 1, block A of John B. Walker Subdivision; Magnolia Courts Inc., to Jessie and Nettie Nell Henson. »1, lot 21, block 4 of William Lee Walker Sub. J. R. and Mary Marr, to Clyde and Fannie Lee Young, $100, lot 4, block 3 of Country Club Drive Add. Leroy and Vera Lee Hart to John Williams, $1, lot 10, block 2 of Wilson's Add. Elmlse and A. T. Stevens, Marie Tate and L. D. Williamson of Baton Rouge; Lullie Tatt Ott, Myris Tate Simmons, Maggie V. Tate, T. E. and Ollle Tat« of Mississippi to Christopher Langston and Charles Langston of Memphis, for $15,787.50, of 5«.6 acres of SW'/z of 35- 16N-12E. Max and Annie Laurie Logan to Charles and Sue Reid Hayslett $10 and other considerations, lot 9, block 3 of Parkview Add.; Magnolia Courts Inc. to Otis and Ethel Harding $1, lot 2, block 1 of the William Lee Walker Sub. C. L. and Teiria Barnes to LeRoy and Odessa Carter, $150, E',4 of NW'j of NE',1 of 17-15N-8E; Lois and Ella Hall, to Marie Hall. $1, lot 2, block 1 of Brawley Add. Fire Claims Lives of Three In Richmond, Va. RICHMOND, Va. IIP)— Three persons died yesterday In a fire that swept through a three-story house. Police identified the victims as John Christian, 67, his sister Nell Christian, 60, and his daughter Eleanor Christian, 36. They lived on the second floor of the house. Eight other persons, including six small children, escaped from the third floor without injury. Police believe the fire may have been started by an oil lamp. Read Courier News Classified Ads Little Rock Flight Surgeon Held In Death of Panamanian Children PANAMA Mi—A coroner's report yesterday blamed unknown causes for deaths pt five Panamanian children who took antimalarla tablets proscribed by a U. S, Air Force flight surgeon. The report was submitted by Coroner Luis Ca.sco Diaz to authorities investigating involuntary man- .slaughter charges tiled against the officer, Capt. Charles H. Barnes. 36, of Little Rock, Ark., as a result of the deaths last October in an isolated village. Panamanian law required all .sipps in an investigation to be submitted in writing to the district attorney, who then recommends either acquittal of the accused or his indictment on the basis ol the evidence collected. Dist. Atty. Dario Sandoval said he was awaiting a medical report on oilier nonfaial poisonings resulting from Barnes' prescription before drawing up his opinion. The district attorney's finding will be submitted to a court which has the final say on whether the accused should stand trial. Barnes, who is free on $2,000 bail pending the outcome of the investigation, is stationed ta Albrook Air Force Base in the Panama Canal Zone. The five children wno aied after taking the tablets ranged in age from 10 months to 11 years. They had been examined the day before by Barnes, who left the medicine and dosage instructions when he returned to his base. Soions Writing Errors Scored JEFFERSON CITY >.*)-A House j leader called down Missouri's leg- 1 islators yesterday for doing a poor DID YOU SEE NOBLE GILL PONTIAC AD? Turn to Classified Page "Some of you are forgetting to address the envelopes, too." WHENCE TDK TEKM Deer antlers an i h t d each ye«r. 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