The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1949 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 27, 1949
Page 10
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PACK TKN (AKK.J COUKiKK NKWb Democratic Party Lccc/ers Planning To Push for Action on New Housing B.v Marvin I* Arrowsmlili • WASHINGTON, Dec. 27. (AP) — Democratic leaders plan to push for sction by spring on a new middle- income housing program which they expect President "Truman to present to Congress. Mr. 'rnmtan reportedly will set Jorth the general objective.? of the program in tho State of the Union message' he sends to the lawmakers » day or two alter the new session begins Jan. 3. Senate sources who have been eon-suited by the While Mouse £aid a preliminary draft of legislation already has breii completed. Tliey said the bill is beins keyed lo spnr the hnilding of homw by private industry at a price wliicli families of moderate income can afford. The emphasis, it Ls understood, will be on dwellings i-hich would sell at from $7.000 lo around $9.000. Such legislation ivould In that regard follow the pattern of a bill, sponsored by Senator Sparkman (D-Ala), which already has been | committee, approved by the senate banking SlateJ Fur Allfnliun The bill was shelved in the last- minute log Jam at the last session, but backers of the measure were promised by the leader.ship that it would eel e.nly atlpntion in 1950. The big reason action by spring •all! be sought is that a stop-gap law put through last October expire* next March 31. That measure simply continued the old program of government home Iran insurance and mortgage-buying. The aparknian Bill and reportedly the administration's new measure provide for liberalizing home loan insurance terms io make smaller down payments possible. Bolh measures are designed to supplement the public housing and shun clearance program enacted at the last session. The goaV now Is to provide homes for in-between fam- llieA whose income is too large to qualify them for public housing and not big enough to afford much of the private housing available. The administration bill is said to call for a broad cooperative housing program to be financed by feu- Ing bonds which would be purchased by private interests. By whom the bonds be issued is a matter still wider study. The cooperative housing section ftf the Sparkman Bill has proved to be the most controversial' part of the whole measure, mainly* because it provides for $1.000.000,000 In direct fovernment loans. That section nev- •r has had administration blessing »nd it met with plenty of Rcpubli- o«n opposition in Congress. H^~»W i^wvi_ji_i_ ^jvjrxuoumu—i\uw XOVK'S v.'alor-savinH campaign put both little Radigan kiddies of Elmhtirst, N. Y in the samp bath tub. Maureen, age 2%, toolc it nicely, hut Jimmy ace \ months, seems lo say, "What's K om K on here?" Mother Mrs Dorothy Jiadigan, scrubs away—using as hide water as possible 22 States Send Delegates to Baptist Parley DALLAS. Doc. 27--W-HaptlsU from 22 slates of the Southern Daptist Convention moved into Dallas today for a .Sunday School conference. It,Is (lie first such conference in tfii years. Thr .Kr-.ssion OIXMIS tonight Dr. If. G. I.ce of Memphis, president of the convention, as the speaker. Ways to attract more people U Kinulrtv t'chooLs and to itnprovi trmriunf* .standards] IX? discuss oil. Also on the opening program \ Dr. Porter Routh of Nashville Tenn., who \vill review the pro Kre.«.s iniide by Southern Baptis Sunday Schools In the last Ic Or. W. O. Viuisht of Little Rot Ark,, vail .speak on Hie need unchurched communities. Or. Va yht'M Kmannel Baptist Cnrch n established ele\'e]i missions \\lii have become fnll-titnc churches i Ihe lust ten years. Plywood first so named i HIM. filthou^h it Im.s been in u.-c fo uiore tljan 100 years. : ormer Resident f Jonesboro Dies JONKSliOKO, »ec. 27. <fl>i— J. T. Tom) Crane, 5C. a native of Foukc nd formerly of I'lnc Bluff and onesboro, died tUls morning in aekson, '1'cim. Mr. Crane had been ill several nonths. He was Uuvclmg rcj>rp- entuth'e for General Foods Corp. 'ration a number of years In Ai- and later represented Nash iros. Drug Co. The deceased moved to Jacksin hrec years ago where he has been connected with a wholesale grocery company. In addition to his wife. !IR leaves one son, Dick Crane of Jonesboro, four brothers, Mack and Joe Crane of Tcxarkana, Jeff and George Crane of Uig Springs, Tex.; and hyo sisters, Mrs. Tommy Farrel! of Dallas and Mrs. Nora Chandler of Tox- arkana. Memphis is Of Fire Safety Award NEW YORK, Dec. 27. tfP}— Memphis, Tenn., is the winner of the 2tith annual National Kire Prevention Week Content, it was announced today, . The southern city \vns chosen from 3,762 Americati and Canadian municipalities, lire depiirtmems and military establishments. The contest -was sponsored by the National Board of Fire Underwriters and the National Fire Protection Association to judge the fire safety efforts of cities nnd industries during the annual National Five Prevention Week in October. For the first lime, U. S. Army, Navy nnd Air Force bases were included in the competition. Of the 3,762 entries, 2,608 were from American ninnicipalUirs, C4H Irom Canadian cities, 3-3 from industrial plants, 194 Army, 52 Navy and 26 Air I'orce bases. Kansan and Two Sons Drowned While Skating NORTON, Kas., Dec- 27— (iV]- A father and two sons drowned Inte yesterday when they broke through the ice while skating on Cutting Lake, two mites east of Lctiprn, Kas. They were Earl Snyder, a farmer of Near Lcnoia, and Hex and Max, high school students. The tisgedy WHS discovered by Mrs. Snyder wlipii .she went out to look lor the tliuT about 5 p.m. Noticing a hole in the ice, she called on a nc^riW. Hern Fonuht. for hf lp. Fought tntd pmi Ing planks on the ire to u-nch the hole but ft's.=) uuMK-csssfnl because ol ihe ihnnie.-s ol ihe ire, Other neighbors attracted to the faerie obtained ho;Us ami bcgmi R search. The bodies v ere recovered about 9 p.m. Woman Suffers Fatal Injuries in Accident STUTTGART. Ark.. Dec. 27. <AP) —Mrs. R- C. Williams. Stuttgart, was killed early lOfiay in The crnsh of a truck driven by her husband. Officers .said the truck Tailed to make a turn a! « drad end intersection on Highway 3D. en.^t o[ here, Rtid plunged into a dttoh. Williams suffered a broken jaw. 24 HOUR SERVICE Auk for cither wMte or colored driver. Nine cabs At youi srrvim 2100 CAB CO. ANNUAL Crittendcn Land Owner Dies in Tennessee GEJIMANTOWN, Term., Dec. 27 —</!>>—Mrs. tjUln C. Hardin, 99 who owned large plol.s of land ii Crittendcn County. Ark., died here early today at the home of t daughter. Hardin and Julian Hardin both o' Marion, Ark. Her father,-Davis I' Jackson, was Memphis health of- ficcr tor many years. She sva< formerly active in social and civic affairs in Marion and nearby Mem phis. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, Measles Epidemic Hits MELBOUnNB. Australia, Dec. VI. (AP)—An epidemic oi measles and whooping cough lias stricken most of the 201 children aboard the refugee ship Castelbianco which reached Melbourne today from Naples. Two of the children died. Many of the victims were taken to Melbourne hospital*. The vessel carried 900 European Immigrants. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Ill, Dec. 27. (/!>|—(USDA)—Hogs 14,500; light hogs sti'Bdy to 25 higher than Friday; weights over 240 Ibs steady to 25 lower; bulk nu-210 Ibs 1G.5C- 75; top 10.75; 220-2M Ibs 16.25-50; 240-250 Ibs 15.15-16.00; 260-300 ibs 15.00-50; few heavier weights down to 14.50 and below; 150-170 Ibs 1C.OO- 50; sows 400 Ibs down 13.00-15; heavier weights 11.00-12.15; stags 9.00-U.OO; tjoais 6,00-0.50: Cattle 1500; calves 1000; medium to low good steers at 22.00-25.5U; heifers and mixed yearlings in common nncl medium flesh 16.50- 23.CO-, common and medium cows 14.50-15.15; odd hrod good 1S.OO and better; canners niul cutters 11.0014,25; hulls 25 higher; mefiium and good 17.50-1850; cutter and common U.50-10.58: sood nlKl choice venlcrs 1.00 higher at 23.00-38.00; cotnmrm and medium steady at 17.00-27.00. 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