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August 14, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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10 · W*d., AUQ. 14, .1974 rAvrrrivtLLK, ARKANSAS Livestock Loans To Be Available Financial assistanca to live stock and poultry producers under Wie E m e r g e n c y Livestock Credit Act will become available Aug. 10 through a new loan guarantee authority of the Farmers Home Administration (FHA), a rural credit service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Robert L. Hankins. FHA State Director, said the agency will be prepared to implement the recently-enacted law by guaranteeing up to 80 per cent of possible loss on loans made by livestock and poultry producers. Under terms of the act. the loan guarantee program will be In effect through July 25, 1975. It may be extended for six months beyond that date if tha Secretary of Agriculture determines that it is needed to help the livestock industry obtain sufficient credit. Tho law calls for loans to foe made by banks or other legally organized lenders. Hankins said producers are urged to make applications to, and complete loan arrangements with lending institutions. The lender in turn will ask FHA for a loan guarantee if one is required. The lender will process the application, close the loan and service it. MAXIMUM LOAN The maximum loan to any single borrower that can be assisted by an FHA guarantee is $250,000. Loans will be repayable in three years, although renewal for two years may be authorized. Interest rates are determined between borrower and lender. Hankins said the agency is authorized to guarantee up to 80 per cent of loss a lender may incur on loans to bonafide farmers and ranchers who breed, raise, fatten or market beef and dairy cattle, hogs, sheep, goats, chickens and turkeys. A majority of the borrower's income must come from the operation, and a majority portion of the borrower's time must be devoted to the livestock or poultry prduction. In the case of a corporation of partnership, assistance can be extended only -when the majority partners or stockholders are primarily engaged in the livestock or poultry production. FHA guarantees will be made only when the bonafide farmer or rancher cannot obtain financing without a guarantee. Loans may not be used to expand operations. Hankins said the county FHA office serving tha area where the borrower's livestock or poultry operations are conducted will hande requests from lenders for guarantees; "or supply Information on the loan guarantee program. Art Auction To Benefit AAMH Set For Friday An art auction will be held Friday at Lltle Rock for the benefit of the Arkansas Association for Mental Health. The auction, with works of Internationally known artists will be preceded by a champagne reception at 7 p.m. in the Worthen Bank Building in the state capital. Proceeds from the auction, according to Mrs. Mary Duty of Rogers, president of Northwest Arkansas Regional Mental Health Association, will be used to support programs of the association which include work for "the establishment and continued extension and improvement of treatment facilities for the mentally ill, educational efforts aimed at acquainting the general public with facts about mental Illness; the promotion of menial health and prevention of mental illness. Also assisting in the fund raising event is Mrs. Nancy McVey of Fayetteville, delegate director to the National Association for Mental Health. Jim Brandon, president of the state organization said, "We are pleased to offer the people of this state the opportunity to acquire fine works of art while Investing in the improvement of mental health of people. Mental illness is the greatest health problem facing this nation." Tickets are available from the state association office and further information may be obtained by calling 375-9171. Health Office Gets New Investigator David W. Cowan has assumed duties of Public Health Investigator with the Arkansas Department of Health. His office is located in the Washington County Health Department in Fayetteville, where he will work in venereal disease epi- demiology in Baxter, Boone, B e n t o n , Carroll, Madison, Marion, Newton, Searcy and Washington Counties. Cowan received a bachelor's degree in sociology at Arkansas Polytechnical College in Russellville in 1970, and did graduate work in anthropology at, the University of Arkansas. He is a member of the American Federation of Musicians and has served as secretary-treasurer of Musician's Local 273. He also is a Volun teer Probation Officer for Washington County Juvenile Court, SAVINGS... IN THE BAG EVRV DAY AT SAFEWAY! Prices Effective Thro August 17, at Tour Fayttevllle, "dale and Siloam Springs Safeway Stores, Yon can besnre of fine quality at savings when yon shop al i Safeway. Whatever day you choose to come in, Safeway's low prices give you more for your money! In addition, you can get · savings every day on the many money-saving buys you'll find, throughout the store. We promise you'll find shopping at Safeway a great way to stretch your budget! Come and let us prove it! EVERYDAY LOW PRICE Our Low Price,, See How You Save Everyday on TJiese Safeway Quality Foodstjjl Salad Dressing^ Vienna Sausage Paper Towels Beans Pork Beans Racked in Rich Tomato Sauce! Cut Green Beans · C f f f f f · %l Ml I KroftCrocker Barrel Mellow Cheese WedgeB THESE LOW PRICES EVERY DAY Margarine soKd Pack., CRISCO SHORTENING 1-lb.qTc .pka.O/ c All Purpose Vegetable Shortening, 3^1.95 Margarine p torn Flakes ?"""* Fabric Softener^!..,. s^ 4 $1 14'/,-Oz. · Tins H THESE LOW PRICES EVERY DAY EVERYDAY LOW PRICE Coffee Safeway Brand . Pro-Ground Fresh Coffee! One Pound Bag EVERYDAY LOW PRICE Bleach White Magic. Super Power Bleach fJrreJtSofiswoy Qua/if/ illiltil Prinqles ,. » ^^ Newfangled Potato Chips Bsf-an* Brand Frozen Beans ,,,,, STRAWBERRY PRESERVES Em press Quality New Crop! l-lb.2-Oz.Jar. . .89c Gold Medal Flour Plain or Self-Rising (25-Lb. Bag Plain Flour .. 44.39) 1 fl ib $1 85 I \f Bag T | ,%},,,! LARGE EGGS BreaWast.Gems, Grade 'A'Fresh Eggs ...........;..~,,.Oac, TILE CLEANER IjijKJliBrcmd liquid _ 1-Pt. 1-Oz. 92 FINEST MEATS Smoked Hams LOW PRICES EVERY DAY 7 to 8 Lb. Fully Cooked Shank Portion Hams Water Added PORK LOINS Assorted Chops, Full Quarter Pork loins. Sliced For Meaty Chops Contains End And Center Chops Lb. ............Ib. Boneless Chuck Roast Whole Hog Sausage USDA Choice Beef.. u*1.39 ,.^'98 C Safeway Meats Are Guaranteed! SLICED BACON $ if* Gwrf/ Smok-A-Roma Brand Bacon 2-Lb. Pkg. . $2.09 I-lb. Low Priced!.. 105 Cepacol Motrthwash AndGargfett'sRefrmhinoi Pt.4-Or.BI. $1.59 7-Ox. 88 ASPIRIN TABLETS Safeway Brand, 5-Grata Tablets WHY PAY MOBE? .. HAIR COLORING IOW HBOW Clairol Nicer* Easy $225 . Mm+Mm^ Kg Buy! Pkg. DENTURE CLEANSER Dento-F mh/low Pi NOXZEMA SKIN CREAM f4^w J^firx^ After Shavef^^ I *tt»^* u P ar * ar Brand! Papayi UHIMI nrKoneySMmmdlotim, Spray Powdi AlkaSeffzer Baby Shampoo FRESH PRODUCE Grapes Thompson Seedless White Grapes Really Good Eating! See How You Save At 7hh Safeway low Price.'. FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES Golden Com I Ears*. Cantaloupes?^ BanaBosJS'Ml^. Artichokes r" «. 39* RED POTATOES 2Hk $l QQ ~ | tff- POTATOES Selected Sire AH Purpose Reck U.S. No. 1 Gardenside 10 Pound Bag $' 119 Bollard Quality Tins Biscuits Mel rose, Crisp and Fresh Soda Crackers Everyday Low Price! One Pound "Box Mrs. Wright's Canned Regular or Buttermilk White Magic, Super Powered Detergent! 9,99 Bread AppleTurnoverswg Qrjonge Juice T Mrs. Wright's ... Oven Freshl EVERYDAY LOW PRICE! ry Samel. Multi-Grain Breads.. Meat Pies ^°"°^d° ai Garden Fresh Fruits ' and Vegetables Await You at Sqfewayl RMILK BISCUITS Regular Merico Texas Style Biscuits _ 4 $| 12-07. · Tins · Sf ayf ree Maxf-Pads fatioTortiHas CUT CORN Watermelons PBIsbury Cake Mixes Sweet and Juicy Melons, Thumpin Ripe Jtefldyfofot/, i« Gr«at for 5oiads : or Sandwiches! Ice Cream Lucerne Brand Frozen Dessert 1 G Round Steak c Choice Beef « '·« SLICED BACON Swift Premium '·*»· Sirioin Steak!.' -- *. $ ^ 58 whAPay More? ^"·" Pk9 BeefPattiesS::.. - .V£*1.09 CatiishSteaks^t... Pork Patties^!",,.,,... Cooked Shrimp TURKEY GRAVY Honeysuckle Brand 1-Ub.li-Oz.' Try Some of This! M ...Pkg. $1.29 Ground Beef ,, OOe ItHlMH** Ib. M 8 99 e MeatWeiners«T Trophy Frozen n.88 Safewa i| Hornwl Cure 81 naniS Boneleu Coun Safeway Quality and Freshness! REGULAR __ GRIND ~~W KV( Package! Lb, It Makes Great Tasting Burgent 5-7 Lb.Wf. Range ·% | · Baking SI iced Bol ogn a ysss? ss45 c Cooked Salami SEs d ! -3s49 c Fryer Parts EACH PACKAGE CONTAINS: Cut from · 3 Breast Quarters with Back USDA · 3 leg Quarters with Back Grade 1 A' · S W i n g s Fryersl · 2 Pkgs. Giblets FAMILY PACK MIXED PARTS Lb. DAIRY-DELi FOOD VALUES Cheese u^«.TM ..... ...... . .......... IB. $ 1.29 CheeseSpread 1TML ......... _________ o': 99' SlicedCheese Sn ......... ___ ' 59 f CHUCK ROAST Meaty Blade Cufs USDA Choice Beef WHY PAY MORI? Ib. Rump Portions UMM. Ham ·Ful|y Cooked "Wafer Adrfccf. ib,78c Choke Centers fo CreamCheese '· 43 e PoreButterS ,, ..» 9b :95 c :-57« Potato Salad F^°W.!_,..._ ., Party Dips As'oritc!..^..^,^-.^ 14-0: , cm. Fresh OkraS! BartlettPears' oWoniIa Fresh Cabbage Pineapple'dm Tropicdo Drink SB ..3oSl'*l SALAD DRESSING MIRACLE WHIP -. KRAFT Miracle i Whip S ' l . - Quart With $5 Additional Purchase DISCOUNT FROZEN FOODS Bel-air Waffles Ea.ingi ,,,,., Mex.Dinners B o^L... ComCobbies^:^. fruit Piesl«7 " Fi«i..*«.. HostessToppingwht. 2 5 .Itt46« Be'- a 'F Brand Nine Inch.,.,, iih Browns.i Chicken Dinners F ,, ,2 £-.39' ianquet j-oien.«,. CHEESE FOOD Safeway Single Wrapped American Cheese Food 8-Oz. .Pkg. 59 I Wed., Aug. 14, 1974 · 11 FAYETTIVILLK, *RK*N*»« ' H-Oz.*i c Pkg. **0 C Questions About Social Security Editor's Note; This column Is a joint effort of public service by the TIMES and tho Fayelteville Social Security Administration office. Mrs. Kose Newsome, district manager. Anyone having a question about social security is Invited to send it to the Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 72701. All inquiries must be signed and should include address of sender. Names will not bo published. Q..i'plan to apply Tor supplemental'. security income payments soon. My friends tell mo I'll need some information about my income, assets, and so forth. What do I need? A. It will save time If you get together your checkbook to show how much you havo in the bank, savings account book, any stocks and bonds, life insurance policies, nuto registration cards, latest real estate tax statements if you own a home or land, last year's income tax returns and W-2 forms, and evidence, of all other income. It will also help if you know how much cash you have on hand and the value of your car, if you own one. You should bring in your social security card, too, if you have one. Q. What should I do if I don't get my supplemental security income check on time? A. If you don't get your check during the first few days of the month, phone any social security office and report it. They'll Lake your name, address, social security number, and other information that will help them check, on your supplemental security payment. Q. I'm a United Stales citizen, but I was born in Italy. I'v« been told that I'll need a social security, number to apply for supplemental security income. Do I need any special papers to get a number? A. As d United Stales citizen who was born in a foreign country, you'll need one of tha follo.wing to'get a social -security number: a certificate of naturalization or citizenship, a United States passport, a citizen identification card from the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, or a report of birth from a U.S. Slate Department consulate. Q. My mother is getting supplemental security income payments. I know sho has to report any change In her Income and resources, but ara there other things she should report to social security? A. Yes. If your mother moves,, she should report h e r change of address to a social security office and to the local post office to be sure that she geU^her^ checks at her new address..'Other changeg which must ba reported to social security include: marriage, divorce, or going to a hospital or a. nursing home. 7"or complete information on changes to report, ask at any s o c i a l security office. Q. My sister, who has four children, has very little income. Her 10-year-old son Is mentally retarded. Can she get : a monthly supplemental security income payment for her son? A. It depends on how sever* the child's condition Is and what the family's income and resources are. Your sister should contact any social security, office to get complete details. Disaster Loan Deadline Set August 19 August ,19 is the deadline for (he filing of disaster loan applications for persons suffering damage from the flood that occurred earlier in the year in Bcnton County, according to Maurice Britt, director of tha Small Business Administration in Little Rock. Brill said that questions relaling to the disaster program should be directed to his office, the Small Business Administration Disaster Office. 611 Gaines -- Suite 900, Little Rock, 72210. The telephone number is 37?5133.- Computer Seminar To Be Held Soon A Computer-Oriented Management Information Systems seminar will he held in Hot Springs at the Holiday Inn-Lake Hamilton. Aug. 21-23, according to Dr. ."Barton A. Westerlund, director of the University of Arkansas -Industrial Research and Extension Center. The three-day seminar will explore the information needs of managers for environmental, competitive and internal data and to determine likely sources of such data. Registration for the meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m., Aug. 21 and enrollment will be limited to 25 persons. Fort Smith Votes -PORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) -Fort Smith voters approved by a vote of 930 to 112 a $10 million Act 9 bond issue Tuesday for the conduction of a dry roasted peanut processing plant here. Construction of the. Planters Peanuts facility should begin immediately. The plant is expected to employ about 250 per- torn.

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