The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 21, 1949
Page 7
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21, Cotton Acreage Lawsuit Delayed Litigation in Texas To Block Controls Continued till '50 WASHINGTON. Dec. 2.. (AP) — Acreemcnl was readied yesterday in Federal Court to try earlv next year the suit of 10 Texas fanners to block the new cotton control pro- Gram in their .state. Counsel for the growers al.<o aiirecd to de-lay at least until Jan. 13 their attempt to obtain a court Injunction siis]iendir:K tlie cotton acreage program in Texas until the . suit can be tried on its merits. The case was called up by Judge CJarlf.i p. McLaughlln to consulei r*inot]oii by the grower's counsel ilint the quotas, as announced b> the Agriculture Uepaiiment. be suspended. Shortly alter the heaving openrd Judge McLauehlin called a rece.=? so attorneys, for both sides conic work out an agreement for a tria • date. Under terms of the agreement disclosed by Judge McLau'jhlin. riculture Department attorneys have j until Jan. 13 to file an answer to ; the farmer*' c-hiuiu's 'hiu the new ( aneage quota program dt'pJives! them on a fair share of the allotment assigned to Texas. Judpe McLiiughlln said the case '•vill be heard at the ''ear!ie-sL possible dale" after Jan. 13. and attorneys in the case later said the . trial likely \vould start bclore the end of January- Called Satisfactory The agreement to postpone any further action in the matter at least tmtil Jan, 13 was described as '"entirely satisiactory" by William II. Shivenian, of Corpus ChrLsli. an attorney for the growers. ''This means that we will get an early trial." Vie told a reporter after the session war> adjourned. "Without such an agreement the trial mi;;lit have been delayed a year or even longer. "This is a distinct adva.sia.KC for the cotton farmers of Texas, because they will have a determination of &)? issues here involved beforo ^planting time arrives." He said that if the courts claim that the present distribution of acreage allotments in Texas Is unfair to them, it will mean that some " farmers receiving large quotas under the present method may have sharp reductions. The suit, filed for the planters of " 11 Gulf coastal counties, names Secretary Brannan and other top Agriculture Department officials as defendants. (ARK.) COUHIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN ft two-week vacation holiday, following parties given In the various gIMdCS. 'l"he da.ssrnoms were decorated with Christmas Irecs, tinsel and other Clirlsthas dccorallons. Students exchanged gilUs and snug carols. Home-room mothers ol tho respective grades were hostesses. IN HONOR OF STALIN—French alomlc scientist Frederic Joliot- Curie addresses a group of Paris Reds gathoicd for an exhibit of gifts to be sent to Josef Stalin on his 70th birthday, Dec. 21. Signs in the background of the liall of the Metal Workers' Union shows a huge portrait of Stalin, and charts that claim Soviet production far outstrips that of the capitalist countries. (Photo by NBA-Acme 1 start correspondent Rene Henry.) WILSON NEWS liy .Mrs. H. F. Hoy Its •IS Atlent I'.T.A. Meeting "Children Need To Believe" was | the theme of the program by the' i Wilson ^arenl-TciJcher.s Association meeting held Thursday ill the high school auditorium. Forty - eight members attended. Mrs. Ed Williams was program leader. The meeting opened with the group singing Christinas Carols, led bv flruce Fri'/.ell, a member of the WHS faculty. The devotional was given by Mrs. Phillip J. Deer ami Mis. W. A. Williams led in prayer. Mrs. Charles LefUvich read the president's nics- By request. Miss Peggy Brinklcy and Mrs. I.ewell McAfee entertained with musical numbers. Selections included "White Christmas" by Mis lirinklcy and "Dear Hearts aiv Gentle People" by Misses Hrinkle and McAfee. They were aceouipan ied at the piano by Miss Mary ] Symonds, school music instrueto A skit on "Problems in the Home was given with Mrs. Parker Bowe her daughter. Joan, and son, Dan ny. taking part. The skit showe how problems in the home can I -settjcd democratically. Following the business meetin presided over by Mrs. ManriL Lv'uch. president, a social was hel with the twelfth grade room-molt ers as hostesses. Pupils Get Holiday Wilson School closed Friday fo ind Mrs. N. H. Ellis, University o!lM r . rcnn., Knoxrillc: Misses Mary iiy- ls and Bonnie Coble, daughters at tr. and Mrs. J. K. rivals and Mr, md Mrs. Alex C5oble, respectively, lethodixL Hospital School of Kins- ng, Memphis; and Misses Mary Mrs. J. E. Grain, Wnrd- Itrlnumi Ki-hool, Nashville. Mr. imci Mr.s. Alec Cioljle and ton. ''mil. all ended the opening of tile \rk:uuas-Teiine.ssi'0 liriuge Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. French and Here the week rnd of his Ann and Nancy Grain, daughteis of dausiuer, Com ' Lou, of SI, Louis, MMcr Mr.s. W. W. Amn and mother, Mr.s. Cora [-Yem:!!. Mr. nncl Mr.s. Dan I'otils nli<l children of I.epanU) \u°re the rhn- IH.T KucsUs :>! Mr. and Mrs. iiculon ciiu'rctt Sunday. Mrs. Clarence Medlin, Mrs. Al- bert Grecnwell, Mrs, Dewey StotU, Mr.s. l-Vank McDonald and Mrs. T. J. McAice were among those from Wilson in Memphis last week. Misses Joanne rjullom and Grace Ann Draiulrm will entertain with a dance at the Wilsim Club House Thursday night, Dec, 22. I.ornls Mr. and Mrs, Frank McDonald nd children, Connie. Hutch and cthany Ann. left. Saturday for own City, Iowa, where they lend tlie holidays with his |>ar- :iU, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. McDonald Seaman 1'c Rohcrt linssey, son f Mr, and Mrs. J. J. Bussey, win - stationed at the Sail Francisco aval Shipyards, arrived home hm.sday to spend a 30-day fnr- HiRh with his family. He WHS at-- omiwniert home by Seaman 1'c ''harlrs Holden who is also statlon- d at the San Francisco Naval liipyards. Mr. atlrt Mrs. W. W. Allill wero he giie.sts of Ills sister. Mrs. Ear! unis. in Sharon. Tenn., last week Mis.s Merle Kyals. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ryats. who at- cnds the Methodist Hospital Rctino if Niu.sirjf; stient the week end will: )er [jarents. Miss Nancy tjzelle, daughter o vlr. nnd Mrs. Jack Uzelle. who al- cmis Stratford Hall in Danville. Va., airived home Sattrday to pend the Cluislmas holidays wi ler parents. Other college, univer- ; ^ity and prep-school students lave arrived hrmie for the holidays nclticie Miss Martha Muncy, ilatigli- er of the Rev. and Mrs. A. p. Muncy, Ouacliita Co!lej;e, Arkad<'llihia: Miss Fonla Mne Jerome, ilanshttr of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Jerome. 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