THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1931 BLYTHEVILLE, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Radio Simplifies Tele photo nitlro I imrml from pnu'Lii'liig law within the wiills ol }\>loOm I'lison. Demand Is Insistent But "How?" and "When)" Remain Questions BY \Y!U,1S THORNTON' WASHINGTON.—The tidal wave- nf |»ithctlc.illy eager support for Dill «i;c pension plans Hint is sweeping across the coimli'y threat- > CHS to complicate Consvess' im>l>-| lem In adopting suili program this winter. Congressional leaders arc worried, because lliey feel Uv.vt hopes, arc being nmiiscd which the country, with the best will In thoj world, can not fulfill. And the nc-i Uml proposals which will be the administration program this v.'inter are not yet formulated, The special presidential Committee on Economic Security, which I is to report by Dec. 1 on old afe. I unemployment, healtli, and similar- protective laws, will have some preliminary reports soon. II can't be too soon for certain congressional leaders, who watch a little aghast the promises and proposals ot certain unofficial leaders of pension movements and the support that is rolling up behind them. ; i, *ii Tile cabinet committee, consisting of the Secretaries of Labor, Treasury^ and Agriculture, the Attorney-Genera), and FERA Administrator Harry Hopkins, has met once, and n social subcommittee- of 19 "brain trustcrs pro ttm" has! met at least once to assist them. ' Congressional leaders hope preliminary reports will indicate about what can be expected. * * * Lewis Warns Aged Representative David J. Lewis of Maryland, who lias been active in old age pension legislation, lias \varnccl elderly people to look before they leap into-pension associations which, make extravagant promises and raise high liopes. JIc cites one association whirl) ad'vccules ;i federal pension of S200 a month to everyone over 60, the money to be raised by a JO per cent retail sales tax. ..That's two billions a muntb in Tensions, Lewis pi/mls out, or. 24 billions a year, when the cn- 00) more than half national Income, Lewis doesn't consider this cHliei^ Miters found mi other prisoners wsslble or desirable, and lie Is! reealed Hint Collins, serving n term •Urald that ol* people who pnyjfor robteiy, was representing Ills noncy to aucli associations nro, fellow Inmates In parole cases. As apt not only to be ultlerly dls-: fees, lie received tootli bnislics. appointed, but to prejudice tlic' chocolate bars, tobacco, hair brush- cause of really workable old HBO 05 niid eombs—popular mediums ol l>ensions. • 1 exdmnye \vit.:in the walls. Virtual certainty of some old nyc pension legislation is well In-', ate ci ill? Columbia dlcated by Ilic fact Unit. 10 years ago men like. Hie Socialists Meyer London mid Victor Burger were supporting It. ' i . . But In 1929 It wos the eonsewi\-j May.DC SllOi't LlVCti Collins I'laimetl lie was a gnulil- l.'.uv School. (Legalized Horse Racing iirovislons of the race act. Truck owners blame (Ho dissatisfaction on lasness of local officers permitting bookies, barred from tracks, to operate generally. Merchants Joined in protests. Money that would havo been sp with (hem, was bet on Ihe vaces, they complained, To appease lliom, truck owners at Snn Anlonlo have i-aucellcd a pre-chvlstnins meet. plan ot Ihc Hotel Women's Association of Chicago. In the school ot hotel Instruction experts from imlvci'sUloj and colleges will lecture on problems of managing hotels. The school wll-open'. ntc'Jii ScptcmbW »nd continue lor one'ycnr. • Lectures'will be given'every, month Uj members of tho 1 association. BOSTON (UPJ-P»troll>UQ Ixri J. Clifford-. *M'< v from tho force after b«lnf «lth his p»n revolver ty wlw f«c«d Mm to mopvi rtea'd Courier News W«nt A4», cot, cap, t»d|« and Women's Hotel Ass'n Plans Instruction School live Hamilton l T ish who began to be interested in it. Now It has the definite presidential stamp of! I CHICAGO (UP)—A school of In, Uuuetion, embodying the lutcstl AUSTIN, Tex. <UI>i — Legalized! developments , In scientific mctm- hoisc raclm; with parlmiitual bels|polllan hotel management, is the] ...v ,......,.,„ ,,„.„„„......»> —...,. — i horse rac ii'.; wlh par mutua Dels pojuan hotel managcin approval and only the questions , b ,- , it 1 ol "How?" and "Whm?" rcmnln. fc ^ med ,„ th( , Me „ ]iu|e |||OIC nnWMiMMiMH Convict Negro Lawyer Can't Practice in Pen than a year ago, with parimulnels substituted for the old time book- ] makers. ! Jami's V. Allrocl. I-Jc-mocratte iiomlnci' for Ciovvrnor (itnil Demo-' POLSOM PRISON, C«l. IU1')-- cr.its always ale elected in Texusl 1 Robert Collins, neero, has be:n dis- (declared for repeal of the betting' MORSE & K1RSHNER A1JSTRACTS5 Uily & F.'irin Properties. Tlllc Si-rvl<-« David Siinioff, president of tlio Haclio Corporation of America, announces that successful cxperi- | nietits have been conducted by Ills organization's engineers in the transmission at pictures by ullra- shorl radio waves. Tho ImEiiincnt Iicrfcctlon of the process will make [los&ible a lele»!ioto' service I'couiriaK only a few seconds .In transmission at a gniaH fraction of tho cost of.prcsejiLjacU'.o.ds. The First Showing o/ assy lire income of all U. S. pt:np last year was less than 40 Ml- '' lions. That u'omtl mean payment to IMS tlian 10 per cent of all the people (Ibal is, lo those over IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOB THE CHtCKLASAWBA. DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Jolin If. Williams, Plaintllf vs. No. 5774 Smile V. Williams, Defendant.- WARNING ORDER The defendant, Sudic V. Wlllimns, is warned to appear in the Clian- ccry Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty t30) days and answer the complaint of tile plaintiff, Jolin H. Williams. Witness my hand, as clerk of said Court, and the seal thereof, on thl the 29 day of August, 1934. B. L. GA1NES, Clerk. 30-6-13-20 ean J SSES arc n.scd in profusion on Mils, new Classy ,lc;in model . . . Hit! clresji is ol' solid color wliilu the linj,'cr-tip jacket lakes lo stripes with its large collar matcliintf tlio We -invite you lo view Ihis . and oilier Classy Jean Dresses now on display. JOE ISAACSJnc. Hlylheville, Ark. HUBBARD'S FURNITURE SPECIALS and FURNITURE NEWS •We have just received another solid car toad of the nationally known Simmons Mattresses and-Beds. See the new Beautyrcst, America's. l'asl;est selling fine mattress, also the new Dcopslccp at $20,75 and Slumber King Mattresses at $19.75 . :: - : ,We are expecting' a car ol' Florence.051 Ranges in this week. Think of it! You can buy America's finest 5-burner oil range made by Florence (the best they make) for $49.75 Light Weight 5-Burner Oil Range $37.50 1 THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS Bed Room Suites 3-l'iect, New Style Wulnul Finish $29.75 Living Room Suites 2-IMece, Overstuffed Anil lirand New $29.75 Cane Chairs, best grade - 90c Crop— Center Leaves— They Taste Belter Maple Rockers $1.95 Mattresses, 50-lb. Cotton - $5.95 Mattresses 55-ib. plaited felt, box edge $7.95 Bed Springs Simmons folding coil $2.25 Beds, Simmons 2-ln. iron post $3.95 Mattresses Simmons special inner-spring $14.95 9 X 12 Felt Base Rugs - $4.95 9 X 12 Gold Seal Rugs - $7.95 Axminister Rugs fc '^r in ' $27.95i Comforts, large size $1.95 Blankets, full double size $1.25 STOVES! STOVES! We are headquarters for stoves and have the largest stock in this part of the stale. All of our stoves are bought in car load lots therefore we can sell yuo cheaper. No. 7 Cook Stoves $6.95 No. 8 Cook Stoves $8.91 Black Diamond Cast Ranges $23.75 Small Oak Heaters $6.95 From the choicest Turkish and Domestic tobaccos—only the clean center leaves are used in Luckies—these are the mildest leaves'—they cost more—they taste better, .We also have Cahihet Heaters made by HEATROJLA, the world's' "l selling cabinet heater. Also the Moore's fine Cabinet Heaters. <' See and price them before you buy. " ,' ' HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. "It's toasted" \ Your<l;s i er.tia-otff.tkv.—osc.initirritaHon—aselnstcough Blythefille, Ark.
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