The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1947 · Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBKR 29, 1 Farm Loan Group Leaders Confer Two From Misseo . . Attend Meeting Held in St. Louis W. w. Prowitt, president, and Joe E. Martin, secretary of the National Farm Loan Association of Osceola, have returned from a meeting of f stockholders of the Federal Land ABank of St, Louis, held in St. Louis ^Thursday and Friday of last week. The two Mississippi County representatives met with leaders in the 101 other co-operative farm loan associations In Arkansas. Missouri and Illinois who are served by the St. Louis bank. The Mississippi County unit has its headquarters in Oseeola. The delegiues neard discussions of the vast changes which have taken place in the farm loan field since the cooperative land bank system pioneered with long-term, lo'.v-interc.st loans 30 years ago. They also heard the Imure of all cooperative in America described as defending upon "the survival of the American system of free enterprise." Dangers of over-lending in boom times were pointed outC and delegates were advised lo stick to (he traditional land bank polU-y of basing loans on the "normal" Income- proiliicrlng power of the fiirin unit. Major contributions by the hind bank system, in its 30-year history, to the stability of American agriculture were listed as; (1) Pioneering the Ions-term, lovv- ^inlcrcst farm loan, enabling more Viarms to pay for their homes; 12) "Standing by" fanners riurinj depression years. (3) Establishing normal earning power of the land as a basis for loans, rather than following the ups and downs of the real estate market. It, was pointed out that the nation's entire Federal land bank system is completely owned by the farmers who borrow from it. The Federal Land Bank of St. Louis. Missouri, and affiliated National Farm Loan Associations in Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas were organized in 1917. Since then, loans to 140.000 farmers and stockmen in the three states have been made, The peak volume was reached in the depression and drouth years of tHe 19,10's, when the associations had more than JZOO.OOO.OOO in loans on their books. Delegates at the meeting rcpre- - sented the associations* present 26,000 members, who now have land bank loans of more than $85000000. BI.YTHKVIU.E (ARK.) COUKIKK NK\\'s All's Well That Ends Well Clifford Tonmiey, 12, of East I'oitil, Cla., displays u model plane to I wo new friends after promising a Juvenile Court judge that he would "straighten up and 11 y right." Hen Epps, center, owner of the plane Clifford "borrowed" and Glenn Miller, right, wore so touched by his eagerness to fly that they n cr.su ad ed the judge to suspend sentence and allow the boy lo spend lus afternoon.* nt the airport where they wit I* sec that he receives flying lessons Wife of Ohio's Senator Taft Has Political Background, Too Ky HAItRY MAYO Nl.'A Spexlil Correspondent CINCINNATI. Oct. 29 <NEA> — Mrs. Marthn Taft. the politicians itpoit. Is winning friends and influencing voters like her husband hopM to do In '«. And wlmt. her neighbors on Indian Hill would Ilka to know, is so unusuul nbout tlist? For. they'll tell you, Martha Taft Iws been wlnnln things a long time. Friends, mostly—and voles for husband Bob, She's homey and back-fency, charming and modest, chatty and to the hustings born. She likes to knit and go to clubs. But mainly these days she talks nbout "Bob." She helped send him to the Senale In 193*. And In doing tint, she left no doubt among Ohloaiu thnt sharp political know-how dwelt behind Uer motherly mein, V She knew a lot about politics before she knew much nbout her husband. Her father was the lute Judsi. Lloyd Dowers. Solicitor General of the United Slates during the administration of the Senator's father, President William Howard Taft. Political talk wns « part of her childhood. CULTURAL, SOCIAL LEADER She and Taft were married In 1914 and came here lo live, lie took up his law practice and Miirllui set alxml the easy ta.sk Ifor her) Public Belatedly That Jap Bullet Hit Admiral at Pearl Harbor KNOXVILLB, Tenn.. Oct. 29. (UP)—Admiral Husband 1C. Kimmel confirmed reports today that a Japanese bullet struck him above the heart during the attack on Pearl Harbor. "I was standing near > window at my headquarters," the American naval commander at Pearl Harbor said, "when a stray Jap .50 caliber ' machine gun bullet came through : and hit me. Fortunately, the, missile I was spent and did no damage ex' cept to leave a small black and blue spot. It didn't pierce my skin— and didn't even pierce my clothing. " Kimmel said he didn't, think the incident was worth mentioning at the time. It was revealed yesterday by Brig. Gen. Omar T. Pfeifler, who was with Kimmel at the time, in a speech at Pasadena, Calif. Pfeiffer is a Marine Corps officer. Admiral Kimmel is now an executive of the Frederic R. Harris Engineering , Company which is making a flood control survey for the City of Knoxville. Burglar Makes Amends WILMINGTON, N. C., Oct. 29. <UP)—Once Inside prison walls a convicted burglar decided honesty was the belated best policy, E. E. Casteen reported today. Casteen said his daughter's watch Claims Board Advised To Withhold Decisions LITTLE ROCK. Ocl. 29. (UP)— The State Fiscal Control Board meeting in Little nock today was expected to hear a recommendation from Chief Assistant Attorney General Ike MUITJ- that the board refuse to allow any claims against the slate until its authority is cleared up. Some S58.000 in claims were pending action of the board today. However. In a recent ruling the State Supreme Court questioned the board's authority to make allotments under non-specific appropriations. Red Cross to Assist War Department Aides LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Ocl. 29. (U! J ) I —The Arkansas chapter of thi ! American Red Cross Is prepare.) to : lake part on a two-yenr program tot locating n«xt-or-kln to assist the | War Department in disposing of I Arkansas World War II dead. • The announcement was made yes- I lerd«y by state relations offlcer'F.l- | ma Boone of Little Rock. Mrs. Bonne said the Job would take an estltna'.- | ed two years and that between 6.000 and 8.000 next-of-kin would probably have to be located by the Red Cross. The annual journey of the earth around the sun covers approximately 58-1,600.000 miles. v «vas stolen last July. He recently received a letter from Wesley Curtis Sewell, sentenced in August to seven to ten years for burglary. In the envelope was a pawn ticket for the watcii. Czar of Baseball Limits Early Exhibition Games CINCINNATI, O., Oct. 29. (UP) — Baseball Commissioner A. B. Chandler said today tlmt major league clubs henceforth would not be allowed to play exhibition games before March 1. The announcement, made by Chandler's secretary, Walter Mulbry, said the ban was based on an agreement reached last year with a players' committee. Moral: Save Food NEW YORK (UI-i— Approximately 99 per cent of fat persons get that way simply because they eat too much, a group of physicians here agreed. The panel of physicians, discussing obesity at a meeting sponsored by the New COKE HIGHLIGHTS OFFICE LUNCHES Burglar Suspect Guilty Of Possessing 'Tools' LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 2». (UP) — Nick Casclo of Dallns, Tex., was found guilty of possessing Burglary tools by a Pulaskl County Circuit, Court jury here Inst night and sentenced to three years In ttie stnte penitentiary. Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Tom Downle introduced evidence which showed that Cascio and Uo associates attempted to burglarize a dairy store here last July. An accomplice. W. F. Strong, was scheduled to (ace similar charges totlay, but his trial was postponed because Strong is in R Dallas hospital as a result of knife wounds. PAGE NW1 mid .solemn niiprourh. Hut Mnrthti Mi!>|>]lrd the puwh. slip visited Kt counties. Shu inndo siwccli idler speech, And she got along so well that a Cleveland paper hcndllncil the Tntl victory; "Bob nnd Mnrtlui Tntl (elected lo The Scnnte." Sometimes, she admits, she feels "a bit self-conscious" when the lalks about her husband. "Aftfr nil," the says, "prulslm one's huslmnd Is something like prulslmj one's self." Tsfl'llkos to fish, golf, hoar llm symphony, look »t good ml. M»r- llm will BO along on nil of those. She jiUj's goii poorly, but enjoys It. She'll go fishing imy (hue her husband asks her—and ho frequently (loft's. Martha Tali's admiration for her husband l« sincere. "Even if he hadn't been my husband," she says, "I aim would have worked tor him, Perhaps not so hard—but I woulrt have worked. SVie lays no claim lo lino oratory, but sho loics no lime cnuluiliiK her audience's attention once she's ou the platform. She costs nslclc her liiLsbiiiKl's dry npprauch. She spenks !n n s|>rli;lilly manner, and she con Ilivow » Imrb with the best of ilium. Sometimes she Hikes u ribbing form her lilends, In 1934. iiilor she hnd .spent tour months louring Ohio, Tlie niullirrly ini-lu hlil n p,iH- cul ucurnen. of bi'ComliiK n lender In Ihe cultural, polltlcul mid socliil )Ue o( the city. She wns one of the founders of Ihe Cincinnati League of Women Voters nnrt was Us first president, Khfc was the first woman lo servo ns a director of the. Community Chest and Is or hns been a member of virtually every Cincinnati social agency. Friends believe that Taft msy never have gone to the Senate If Martha had not campaigned for him so vigorously In 1938. They had despaired of his going lo Wellington because ot his dry Ole Man Winter Is Just Around the Corner Let UB remove the wjbtrr from your (Ires and fill them with calcium chloride mitl-frceze •olu- tlnn. We will be |l*d to make an appointment to earn (or all ynur tractor* at Your (arm—thut Mvln| you time. REMEMBER WK StRVlCC ALL MAKKB TRACTORS Russell Phillips TRACTOR CO. >o. HI way 61 Phone 2171 Mozart conceived the musical score for his "Mngic Flute" composition during his sleep. York Academy ot Medicine, said I over-weight rarely was caused by a j Glandular disturbance. | Big Bingo! Legion Hut Thursday, October 30th Lots of Fine Prizes Sponsored By The Ladies Of The Catholic Church PI.B.ISK return empty trollies promptly "Ask Jar it ci:ticr way ,,, totft traJt-marh mean tht tone Minjf" • OITllD UNKtl AUTHOdlTY Of THI COCA.CQt* c6*F*NY »T COCA-COLA BOTTLING co. of BLYTHEVILLB Starts 2:30 p.m. Featuring Otto Scrapps and other Professional Drivers Main Event: 10 Mile 20 Lap '' Grudge Race BLYTHEVILLE AUTO RACES Sunday, Nov. 2 At Blytheville Fairgrounds Spectators Grand Prize man's or woman's 17 Jewel Gold Wrist Watch from Guard's. 6 THRILLING RACES by CHAMPIONS Admission Only 60c Sponsored by Dud Cason Post 24 American Legion "Why not write 11 column called ^Dayr^c wanted to know. | Head ..Courier New," Wt.. juf—I ^^^••^^•^^•••^•i^^^gHi^^^^^m^mi^^^^^ Heats All Day and Night Without Refueling Th« WARM MORNING employ, .m.tlnf, patented,Inferior remirkabte hutinc conilrucllon principle* which remit in efficiency •! low co«l. Burni any kind of co«l, coke ot lirl. quets. SemE'iutoniat' lc, magazine feed. Holds fire for several days on closed draft, bcurl u fire hut once a year. llcmilrcs loth attention lliui mott fnrnacci. No^v mure than M million hi uiel Come in and sec ihli remarkable hVate< Hubbard Hardware Co. Kubbard & Hoke Appliance Co. Hubbard Furniture Co. STUDEBA KE R S CHAMBLIN SALES CO. £) Sales * STUDEBAKER • Service 1C* ATTENTION, STUDEHAKKR OWNKRS: If* Drlv* by (or n free check on your cltnmtizcr Healer «nd n Defroster. Bo prepared tor winter. JQ A good ulecllon ot new «nd used trucks. Also, a number of lute model used can . . . »ll guaranteed! Railroad unrt Ash Streets TT 1 Ux Chamblln Dial 2195 Rill Chamblin STUDEB AKE RS CHIROPRACTOR "Health Is something tlmt conies train within. The creator put within your body nrul mine nil the elements of health! When your nervous system Is In tuna with nature's forces, you will be • well. Consult a chiropractor nbout your health problems." 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