The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 30, 1964 · Page 6
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April 30, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 6

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Dunson Explains < 4f^%, C.';"- ,r „ War Orphans >-,>/t' * i , " Education Law '"There appears to be considerable confusion concerning the entitlement of many war orphans to educational assistance, as provided 'by federal laws," Riley Dunson, veterans service officer, declared this week. Hejaisot'/guve a clarification of five "major areas of misunderstanding, which he 'believes may be keeping eligible children of 'deceased service men or veterans from applying for educational benefits. , 1. The fact that one parent still lives makes some children believe that they do not qualify as "orphans." For this (benefit, an "orphan" is a child 1 whose veteran-parent is 'dead as the result of a wound, accident, or illness attributed to service in the Armed Forces of the United States. 2. 'The fact that the dead parent had no wartime service makes others believe they are Ineligible. If the - veteran-parent's death resulted from the performance of dutly or from extra-hazardous service during a period of peacetime service, the child is eligible. 3. The fact that they are married makes some believe they are no longer "children" under this law. Marriage does PROTECT YOUR CARPET INVESTMENT Now DIAL the power you need with the cleaner that's 30% more efficient on rugs... 2V. times more power with tools. NEW HOOVER DIAL * Attach hose at knee height Convenient, fast * Cleans rugs as only a Hoover can because it t beats, as it sweeps, r as it cleans. >>,, * King size throw-away i bag completely | enclosed. <•**"•. Sullivan Hardware and Furniture Okie White III Recently Obie White of Quail 1 is recovering from a recent illness, .during which he was hospitalized at Groom. He is well enough to be out anid around again. Visiting him while he was ill were a daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cabbell and children, Jimmy and Joby, of Kermit. not affect eligibility under the war orphans program, Any son or daughter of a serviceman or veteran, whose death Is attributable tto his service as but- lined in item 2 above, is eligible for the educational benefits provided he or she is between 18 and 23 years of age. There are some exceptions 1 to these age limits and full details may be obtained from Veterans Service officers or from -the Veterans Administration. 4. The fact that their living parent, usually their mother, •has remarried and their stepfather has legally adopted them makes some children believe they are ineligible. In reality, the marriage of the living (parent; and the subsequent adoption does not affect the eligibility of the children. Under the law, a child of the veteran remains a child of the veteran, regardless of .the fact that the child may be legally adopted by someone else. 5, The fact that many children do not wish, nor are they prepared for education at the college level makes some believe they cannot take advantage of this benefit. Although training for a high school diploma is not permitted, eligible children may take vocational courses and other non-college training that will help them earn a living. In many instances, children are eligible for educational assistance under the provisions 'of the War Orphans Program, although for some reason or other they have not applied for benefits. Even though it aplpears from first study of the fact tihat a child does not meet the provisions of the law, it is still incumbent upon us as Service Officers to encourage the filing of any application. The VA is permitted to make an official determination only after a formal application has beem received from a claimant. Urge these children and their mothers to file application for War Orphans benefits. Gas was first commercially produced and consumed in Texas at Corsicania in 1901. State Bank No. 671 Federal Reserve District No. 11 REPORT OF CONDITION OF The First State Bank of Dodson, in the State of Texas, at the close of business on April 15, 1964. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection 187,951.87 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 287,000.00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 7,035.30 Corporate stocks (including $3,000.00 stock in Federal Reserve Bank)__ 3,000.00 Loans and discounts (including $8,893.23 overdrafts) 631,931.47 Bank premises owned $10,640.82, furniture and fixtures $4,313.09 14,953.91 Other assets '. 630.77 TOTAL ASSETS : _: $1,132,509.32 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 809,905.85 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnership, and corporations 166,282.64 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 4,834.63 Deposits of States and political subdivisions : 24,OS4.78 TOTA1L DEPOSITS : $1,005,107.90 (a) Total demand deposits $ 813,825.26 (b, Toljal time and savings deposits $ 191,282.64 Other liabilities 1-1 13,860.12 TOTAL LIABILITIES __. $1,018,968.02 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital: (a) Common stock total par value $50,000.00 $ 50,000.00 Surplus . 50,009.00 Undivided profits . '.——. 13,541.30 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 113,541.30 TOTAIL LTABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _f 1,132,509.32 MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for otiher purposes (including notes and bills rediscounted and securities sold with agreement to repurchase) . $ 77,000.00 I, Edith Bayless, assistant cashier, of the above-named bank do solemnly affirm that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. S/ EDITH BAYLESS Correct—Attest: S/ FLOYD P. TEUTSCH S/ NADINE BIRCHFIELD .-•'•-.. S/ DEWEY MALONE Directors State of Texas, County of Colllngsworth, sa-: Sworn to and 1 subscribed before me this 22nd day of April, 1964; and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. [SEAL] Jfy commission expires June 1, 1965 LONNIE G. ROBERSON, Notary Public ANCIENT MOOD—Knee-high sandal is reminiscent of early Roman laced-up leather sandals. The other New York-designed shoe has an unusual carved heel Plants May Eat Better Through Their Leaves •COLLEGE STATION.— Fertilizer aptplied to the leaves of plants is sometimes more effective than when spread in the root zone in the conventional manner, says County Agricultural Aerent Cecil Regier. Though it is possible to sup- i ply on'ly a small portion of the total nutrition needed by the plant] in this manner, he adds, if a foliar fertilizer spray is applied at precisely the right time, outstanding results can be -obtained. Research conducted to correct .s|pecific nutrient deficiencies and to provide nutrients at critical growth periods have proven beneficial. Almost all crops respond to a foliar spray of nitrogen, and show a slight response to phosphorus and potassium, according to Regier. He also says that crops in many areas of the state respond to foliar application of certain micronutrients, like iron and zinc. He continues that (probably the greatest value of foliar feeding plants would be with crpps where certain deficiencies can be corrected easiily by spray treatments, where spray- ng is already an established )ractice, where total leaf areas are large, and where there is a great demand for nutrients at a certain time; such as dur- ng flowering and' fruiting. Precautions for foliar applications that Regier lists .include limiting the fertilizer salti content to 2%, because leaves can be damaged by high salt concentrations 1 . He also advises that certain plants, especially strawberries, should not receive foliar sprays during the icavy blooming (period. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Frill Courses to Be Abolished Texas Commission on Higher Education allocated $3,980.000 in appropriations to meet student enrollment increases In the twenty state-supported senior colleges for the coming school year. At the same time, the Commission took a step toward higher standards dn the state colleges when it moved to abolish state financial suipport for "questionable" or "frili" college courses, including: 1. Courses not counted toward graduation requirements; 2. Tour or travel courses; 3. Certain "work experience" courses; 4. ' Dramatic and forensic activities not in regularly organized classes; 5. Courses devoted exclusively to learning the operation of] one cxr two simple 'business machines; 6. Social aud self-improvement courses; 7. Remedial courses on the high school level not carrying college credlit; 8. Orientation courses aimed at counseling or guidance of freshmen students. Commission approved recommendations to strengthen graduate and reseai-ch programs in the North Texas area and authorized new third and fourth year courses for Angelo State College, San Angelo. Alma Roberts to U. S. Kitchens—lots 15, 16, 22 and 23, block 173, Wellington. J. S. Gleason Jr., administrator of Veterams Affairs to Robert V. Smith and wife— lots 13 and 14, block 156, Wellington. Alton! R. Pyburn and wife to Earl Ford' and wife—lots 3 and 4, block 13, Stall Addition, Wellington. 0. E. Rogers and wife to Henry B. Rogers and others— 80 acres out of the east central part of section 4, block 15. Mrs. C. R. Neese to L. E. Goswlck—lot) 6, block 36, North Wellington Cemetery. Brooke Green and wife to Bill Tarter—lots 1, 2 and 1 3, block 199. Wellington. Richard H. Cocke to Pauline Cocke <Svvif<tj—one-half interest in lots 11 and 12, block 217, and lot 11, block 232, Wellington. Orville Cunningham and wife to Dick Brooks and others — NW/4 section 14 and south 39 acres of SW/4 section 27, block 16. Lafayette M. Hughes Jr. to William E. Hughes—ipart of section 67, block 11, 125.80 acres; out of section 66, block 11, 109.22 acres; section 54, •block 11. All of sections 1 56, 47, 46, 45, 44, 34, 35, 36, 27, 26, 25, 14 ,all in block 11; W/2 section 15, block 11, N/2 section 16, block 11 (321.40 acres) and the West 93.83 acres of section 37, block 11. Charles J. Hughes to William E. Hughes<—sections 99, 100, 81, 82, 83, 80, 79, 78, 77, 61, 62, 63, 58. 57, 43 and 38, block 11. Mrs. Wheeler Heads SEA THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 30, 1964 Washing Machines Most Popular Appliance Buy A recent survey by the Census Bureau shows that 16.8% of the families in the nation plan to purchase one major household appliance during the next few months, reports Mrs. Eula J. Newman, home management specialist with the Agricultural Extension Service, at Texas A&M University. Washing machines apparently top the list of anticipated purchases. Hippopotamus ivory is denser and whiter than elephant ivory. CARE For Those You Love Thomas Nursing Home 1200 Fifteenth St. Wellington, Texas KNIT FROM A NEW MAGIC YARN* NEW LICENSE PLATES Texas Highway Department announced that 1965 license plates will have three letters and three digits. (Example: AAA-123) for about eight million possible combinations. The East River in New York is not a river but an ocean strait. Your Vote Will Be Appreciated Next Saturday As the day of the elect-ion draws near I would like to thank the people of Collingsworth County for the courtesy and consideration shown me during this campaign. Your vote will be appreciated May 2. As I have told many of you personally, if you see fit to elect me I will do my best at all times to enforce the law fairly and impartially. Thank you, E/zie White Candidate for Sheriff Collingsworth County (Paid political advertisement) Mrs. Danny Wheeler, daughter-in-law .of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wheeler, and a student in Eastern New Mexico University at Portales recently was elected president •of the Stjudent Education Association of New Mexico, made ujp of college students planning to teach. MTS. . Wheeler, the former Charlotte Richmond of Corpus Christi, is a junior student of the Bible Chair, and also president of the ENMU chapter of SEA. Danny Wheeler also is a student of that university, and is editor of The Voice, publication of the Church of Christ Bible Chair. DERWEAR that SLIMS i In the early days East Texas j Indians bathed in oil seeps to relieve rheumatism. LOIC <ongleg...F»£Ln_y... Brief 'KNIT FROM THE LIGHTEST, THINNEST, MOST POWERFUL ELASTIC IN THE WORLD I MAGIC LADY-3-ln-one... 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