The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1949 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1949 PT.YTHFVTU.II; rotreren PAGE lice Fanners tear Andrews Former Journalist Explains European Recovery Exports STUTTGART, Alk., Aug. 24. -An Arkansan, now a federal olfl- NOTICE OF CONJTRMATJON IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT EX PARTE Ruth Ashley. Trennle Dotson, June Martin and Virginia Hemphlll No. 11,005 :lali said yesterday that half of America's exports for Eurojje Is food Vnd that 90 per cent of European, jurchases Iti the United States are | t« ° { Section One, Township 15 laid with American dollars provided North. Ran^e 10 East in the Chick- Notice Is hereby given that there has been filed in my orftce as clerk itf the Mississippi County (Chicka- sav.ba District) .Chancery Court, a petition for the confirmation of title to the South Fifty Acres of the West Kr.U of the Northeast Quar- hrough the European Recovery Pro- jram. When you consider these factors, said tanley Andrews, director of the office of foreign Agricultural Relations for the Department of Agriculture, » yO u have a good picture Jf the marketing problm facing United States farmers." Andrews, former Arkansas news- Jtperman who spent several years (|F Germany as agricultural adviser lo the U. S. military government, j spoke at the annual study aay at i the University of Arkansas rite being voted at the annual school election September 27, 1919. The buyer may naii'e the place of pay».iei\t and trustee, and may have the right to convert the bonds to lower rate of Interest, subject to lie approval of the Commissioner if Education. The buyer will be ex- all the bonds and Interest are paid in full In addition they will be secured by a pledge of all other revenue that I he District can legally pledge The bonds will be sold subject to oemg voted al the annual school election September 27. 1949. peeled to pay the expenses of the] The buyer may name the place have the right to convert the bonds lo a lower rate o< interest, subject lo the approval of the Commissioner of Education. The buyer will be issued. 1 Trie bonds will be callable I expected V> pay the expenses of the tnisteei'ig of the bonds and the fee of Townseiul and Town-send Attorneys, Littl? Rock, upon whose ap- provin? opinion the bonds will be each year ar follows; 17000 in 1950 8500 In 1951 950u In 1952 The bonds are payable In th« as:iwba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, and the quieting of the lit>e to the same In Ruth Ashley. Trennie Dotson, June Martin and Virginia Hem phi II, petitioners therein All persons claiming said lands, or any Interest therein, are hereby warned to appear In the chancery court ot the Chickasnwba District of Mississippi County, on the first day of iLs next regular term, and show cans.' why title to said lands should not be confirmed In said for payment prior to maturity In inverse numerical order, at part and teemed interest, as follows: From surplus in the building fund, on any interest paying date; from funds trom any source, on any •Interest, payine date on and after irv i, )955. The sale will be held upon arc- Issue, including the printing and trusteeing of the bonds and the fee of Townsend and Townsend Attorneys, Little Rock, upon whose approving opinion the bonds will be issued. The bonds will be callable for payment prior to maturity In inverse numerical order, at par and accrued Interest, as follows: Prom lion M,b ,1 10 o'clock am. on the surplus in the building fund, on Mjy 17th rt!» ol Sept.. 1949. in the oiftce interest paying dale; from und of Supt' of Schools in Armorel. Ark- from any source, on any Inleie& ai^rEarirbidder will be required j paying date on and after Januar branch experiment station near here. H was estimated more than 1.000 persons attended the program During the morning, the men were taken for a '1\^ mile tour of the experiment station while women, gathered in an audiforium to hear 'talks about the nutritional value of rice and how to use rice in menus. A demonstration of machines for rice farming was on the agenda. Ruth AFhtcy. Trcnnie Dotson. June Martin and Virginia Hemrmlll Witness my hand as cleric of the | ^ Mts<:iss'np! County chancery court, j an<! thr- seal thereof, on this the 24th da> of August. 1949. Harvey Mo'-rls Clerk 'Pep' Tablets Result In Super-Active Day LEEDS, England, Aug. 25. (/Pi— For 27 hours. two-yenr-"ld Janet Wheelwright was the liveliest kid in town. She couldn't get to sleep Throughout the night, she sang danced and chattered. She played with every toy in the house. She built towering castles with her books. And still the sandman stayed iway. Exhausted, her mother took he to a doctor. She skipped and hop ped the two mile distance. A seda live put her to sleep. Later, it was discovered Jane .had chewed on some army pc dft/blets belonging to her brothei HDennls. who had Just returne home after rvlce with the Roya Air Force, in ',he Middle East. to file a certified check In the sum nf S1280 -MI a hank that Is a member of trw FDIC, payable to the District, to be kept as liquidated damage-, if the bidder is awarded I he sal? of the bonds and falls to complete the purchase Checks of un-'ucc'-s'ul bidders will be return•d nroiontly. The District reserves hr rlpi-.t tr, reject any and all bids. Pnr frrlhcr information addrc&s the im'icrsisned. 'UVEN this 24 da yof August. 1949 NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS Armorel school District No 9 of f:=slsstppi County, Arkansas, here- iy gives notice that it will sell to he highest bidder for cash its proceed i-.siie of $63.000 of 335% re- undng snd construction school bonds auto.-* October 1, 1949. interest payable semi-annually, and maiurlr.s serially on February 1 of ich ye.ir as Follows 1 . 2000 in 1051. 1952 and 1953 2500 in 1954 to 1958. inclusive 3000 in 1959 to 1963, inclusive 3300 in 1364 and 1965 4000 in !96« and 1967 4500 in 19«8 5000 in 1969 and 1910 The bonds are payable in the first Instance from the proceeds of & fourteen mill building fund tax voted by the electors of the District which will continue annually untl ail the bonds end Interest are paid in (nil. In addition they will be cured by a pledge of all other revenue that the District can legal!) Read Courier News Want Ads The bonds will be sold subject to ARMOHFA SCHOOL. DISTRICT NO 9 OP MISSISSIPPI COCK'TY. ARKANSAS Bv E !'•. Hale. President and Arthur Vance. Secretary 8,25-9il-B-15 NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONUS Leachville. School District No. 40 of Mississippi County, Arkansas lereby gives notice that it will set! 10 the highest bidder for cash its proposed issue of $100,000 in 3 1- school oonds elated October 1, 1949. interest payable seml-annuall> and tunns serially on January 1 of each year as follows: S3500 in 1B51 to 1954, inclusive 4000 in 1955. 1956 and 1957 4500 in 19S8. 1959 and 1960 5000 in 1961 and 1962 5500 in 1963 and 1964 6000 ill 1965 6500 in 1966. 1967 and 1968 7COO in 1969 and 1970 The bonds are payable in trie first instance from the proceeds of twelve mill building fund tax to be voted by ths electors of tht District, which will continue annually until 1, 1958. The sale will be held upon auction bid? at 1-30 o'clock p.m. on the nth day of Sept. 1949, In the office of Supt. ol Schools In Leachville. Arkansas. Each bidder will be required •o file a certified check in the sum of $2000 on a bank that Is a mom- bei of the FDIC. payable to Ihe Dis- ict, to be kept as liquidated d?m- ICPS If the bidder Is awarded the sxlc of DIP bonds and (alls to com- nVte the purchase. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be returned promptly The District reserves the •tslit to reject any and all bids. For further information address the undersigned, GIVEN tnls 24 day of Aug. 1W9 LEACirVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 40 OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS By J Lee Bearden. President and Walter Hipp, Secretary ftrtt instance from the proceeds of a fifteen mill building fund tax voted by the electors ot the Dl»trtct which will continue annually until all the bonds and Interest are paid In' full. In addition they will be secured by a pledge of all other revenue that the District can legally pledge The bonds will be sold subject to being voted at the annual school election September 27, 1949. The buyer may name the place of payment and trustee, and may have the right to convert the bonds to R lower rate of interest, subject to he approval of the Commissioner of Education. The buyer will be expected to pay the expenses of 111* issue. Including the printing and trusteeing of the bond* and the fee of Towivsend and Townsend Attorneys, I.fttli- Rock, upon whose ap- provin? opinion the bonds will be Issued. The bonds will be callabl tor payment prior to maturity It inverse numerical order at par am accrued Interest on any Interest paying date trom fund» from any source. The snle will be held upon auc- .lon bids at 10 o'clock a.m. on the i6lh day 0' Sept. l»*8i I" lhe office of Supt of School* In Dell, Arkanas. Eacti bidder will be required to lie a I'-irtltted check In the sum of 5500 on a bank that is a member of the PD1C, payable to the District, to be ki-ot ns liquidated damages if _ ol ilw bonds and "falls to complele the purchase. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will b* returned promptly The D^lrlel reserves the right to .eject i-ny and all bids. For further Information address the undersigned. GIVEN 1049 By M R Griffin. President and R. B Crawford. Secretary the- btdW Is awarded the sale this 24 day ol August, TUXEDOS gum Morrn Sulli .Uemimn cciM -'31 So MHO «r furni«l Occtitnm l Benin -imr * K«all» Co «mi>hls, Ttim NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS Dell School District No. 23 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, hereby gives notice that it will sell to the highe.st bidder for cash its proposed ISSUP of $25,000 In 3 3;4<;!, re- fimdinp ?.nd construction school bonds dated September 1, 1949. interest payable semi-anmmlly, mid maturing serially on December 1 of RENT A CAR Orlre Anywher* Von Plrisf Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 HILLBILLY JAMBOREE and DANCE Legion Arena - Sat., Aug. 27 Those Who Like to Square Dance Are Cordially Invited / t coin ring "AUNT BUNIE" and the Garrert's Snuff Variety Gang! . -AMATEUR SHOW- All Types Amateur Entertainers Eligible. Those desiring lo enter must register at the Legion Hut Saturday Between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Adm. - Adults 75c Children 25c (This Adm. Includes Both Show & Dance) T«r« In HENRY J. 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Try it on the road, and seats placed ahead of the rear axle add even more comfort to that unequaled Buick ride. So you say, "How much?"-maybe bracing yourself mentally. Ihcn .you learn that price is part of the good news loo! Figures fit the modest budget as this handy-dandy fits the modest garage-and you get room, power, ride, and the smartest look on wheels at the lowest price you'll find on any valvc-in- head eight! So you si/.e it all up with a happy "Huick's done it again!" —and see your Buick dealer quick as you can. After all, the quickest way to get otic of these into your garage is to get a firm order in! MOST toom FO» THE «o»ry • DYNVIOW anvtopi,-,,™! „, •«iro corf • jir-uw srrUNS • NON-LOCKING tuMret-ouAK CHUM • mGH-mssutt "W*U STMIGm-HGHT mat* . COO. SHHH&HG AU. AfOUHD • IOW ntlXUK rma on SMrr-tnt mm . snacr-war*; Tooauf-nju unvt . GHAJOI vaaiirrrron «/4oOONO lUGCAGf UK . 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PIANOS for SALE NEW AND USED Sheet Music, Records, Supplies Everything in Music BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 E. Main Tel. 811 Wanted: LICENSED BEAUTICIANS We ciinnol supply the demand for operators. \Ye have a list of Arkansas and Mississippi shop owners who need help. If you are a Graduate of a Beauty School and are interested in employment, call EAGLE BEAUTY SCHOOL Phone 3262 Blyrheville, Ark. Aduils who want lo Vo.irn licauly Culture, enrol) Sept. 12 for ntxt class. Low Tuition. .. Interesting Work... Gl Approved.... WALNUT & BROADWAY TELEPHONE 555 "PSCTURES YOU WILL LIKE" VOIH satUtacllon issarcd on all photosraphJe *ork Including cummfrrlat and portrait FAUGHT'S STUDIO Ill 1 South Fin* ~ Nlghl Phoat S321 M «*u

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