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September 8, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1949 Reciprocal Trade Accord is Urged Georgian Declares Action Necessary to Aid Britain and U.S. WASHINGTON, Sept. ». (f) _ Senator George (D-Ga) told the Senate yesterday that "If Britain goes down—we'll go down too In a matter of months." Geoige made this statement as he opened debate ->n the extension of the reciprocal trades net to give President Truman a free hand In approving trade agreements abroad. The tariff measure is not Just a domestic issue, George argued, b'.it a step to solving ths world's dollar and sterling problems. 'JKl sterling takes a real decline," George said, "even to Its actual value, it will not be the British alone that will decline. It will be other countries as well." George urged the Senate to pass the reciprocal trade bill quickly and without change. He is chairman of the finance committee that approved the measure. By ruling out amendments, George made it clear the administration will offer no compromise to Republican critics of the bill. Senator Robertson <D-Va) also asked the Senate for approval of the legislation, saying it is necessary to help keep Western Europe free of communism. He said that the "peril point" provision which many Republicans want to revive would tend to close U.S. markets to Western Europe's reviving industries. He added: "Russia and her satellites have surplus food but desperately need the indsntrial output of Western Europe. Before Western Europe starves It will exchange ballots for bread." The "peril point" provision was put into the trade law last year by the Republican 80th Congress. That law expired recently and the administration Is fighting to keep it out of the extension bill. It would require the tariff commission to advise the President of R point beyond which tariff cuts § not be made without danger to . producers. Ill turn, the Prcsi- t would be required to inform Congress any time he grants a concession beyond such a "peril point." Polio Victim Rushed By Plane to Hospital LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 8. Ml—A soldier's 23-month-old daughfcrf ill of polio, was flown here from Cnnip Chaffee yesterday. Two Army nurses sdminlstered oxygen en route. The child Ls Sandra Hopkins, daughter of Sgt. and Mrs. Herman Hojikins. Hopkins Is a member of Headquarters and Headquarters company of the rmh Armored Division. Sandra was taken to University Hospital, where her condition was reported serious. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS should not be confirmed In said Ruth AFhley, Trennle Dotson, June Martin and Virginia Heniplilll. WHue.is my hand as clerk of the Mississippi County chancery court, and the seal thereof, on this the 24th day of August, 1949. Haivey Morris, clerk 8J2S-9J1-8-15 HAD TO BE COAXED—John J. Kane, in, balked at shaking hands with President Truman when president arrived at speak at Allagheny County Pair Monday in Pittsburgh, Pa. The boy represented his srand- father, ailing County Commissioner' John J. Kane. Airs. Kane, the Jad's grandmother is seen at right, coaxing the buy to step up and meet Mr. Truman. Mrs. Francis Kane, daughter-in-law of the commissioner Is at left. (AP Wiiephoto). Milk Producers Agree to Confer On Price Dispute LITTLE ROCK", Sept. 8. (AP) — A representative of milk producers for the Little Hock area agreed yesterday to confer with distributors in on effort to settle their dispute. Dr. T. M. Dick, manager of the Central Arkansas Milk Producers Association, salt! his group would be willing to talk with distributors. Tuesday the Pulaski County Milk Distributors Association had suggested negotiations and designated Fred W. Terry as its representative. The producers have stopped selling milk to the distributors because of a dispute over prices to be paid for raw milk. Better Have Kept Wasps MEMPHIS, Sept. 8—m—Don B. Weiner had wasps in his garage. His yardman attacked them with burning paper. NO more wasps. Less garage roof, too. Three Missouri Youths Injured in Auto Accident SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Sept. 8 (AP)—Three Jefferson City youths were injured when their motor car overturned eight mile.s north of here yesterday on U.S. Highway 65. The injured were: Jerome Klein, 18, injury to left arm and possible fracture; Bob Dister. 19, back injury and Lawrence Kaiser, 18, head injury. Two other ydBths In the car escaped injury. The victims reported their car overturned when it struck a. wet spot on the pavement. The injured were brought to a Springfield hospital by a passing motorist. NOTICE OF CONFIRMATION proceedings IX THE C.'IIAXCEKY COURT OK MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, AKKAN'SAS. CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT j EX PARTE I Ruth Ashley. Trcnnie Dotson. j June Martin and Virginia Hcmphill No ,, |005 I Notice Ls hereby given that there ; nas been fii c <i j,, my office as clerk [ <>f the Mississippi County (Chickn- I sawba District) Chancery Court a I petition for the confirmation 'of title to the South Fifty Acres of the ' ! Wost Hr,U of the Northeast Quar- i ; ter of Section One, Township 15, i t North. RaiiRe 10 East in the Chick- I •asawba District of Mississippi Coun- I ty. Arkansas, and the quieting of the i title to the same in Ruth Ashley I Trennie Dokon, June Martin and ' Virginia Hem phil I, petitioners therein All persons claiming said lands, or any Interest therein, are hereby warned to appear in the chancery court oi the Chickasawbn District of Mississippi County, on the first day of its next regular term, and show caus.! why title to said lands NOTICE OF BALE OF SCHOOL BONDS Armorcl School District No. 9 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, hereby gives notice that it will sell to the highest bidder for cash Its proposed tsuc of $83.000 of 3.35% re- fundng <md construction school bonds date:) October 1, Ifl49, interest payable semi-annually, and nmtiirin-? serially on February i of each year as follows: 2000 In 1051, 1952 and 1053 2500 in 1954 to 1958, Inclusive 3000 in 1959 to 1963. inclusive 3500 in 1064 and 1965 4000 in IMS and 1967 4500 In 1968 5000 in 1969 and 1910 The bonds are payable in the first Instance from the proceeds of a fourteen mill building fund tax voted bv the electors of the District, which will continue annually until all the ixuids and Interest me paid in full. In addition they will be secured by a pledge of all other revenue that the District can legally ploft^e The bonds will be sold subject to being voted at the annual school election Soptember 27. 1943. The t>uyer may name the place of pavnent and trustee, and may have the right to convert the bonds to lower rate of interest, subject to thrf* approval of the Commissioner of Education. The buyer will be expected to pay the expenses of the i<sue. including the printing and trusteeing of the bonds and the fee of TownseniJ and Townscnd Attorneys, Little Rock, upon whose approving opinion the bonds will he issued. The bonds will be callable for payment prior to maturity in inverse numerical order, at part and accrued interest, as follows: From surplus in the building fund, on anv interest paying dnte; from funds from any source, on any in- teicst paying date on and after Fclmiarv 1, 1955. The sale will be held upon arc- tion bids at 10 o'clock a.m., on the nth duj of Sept., 1949, in the office of Supt. of Schools In Armorel, Arkansas. Each bidder will be required to lile i cert I/led check In the sum of »1260 on a bank that Is a member of the FDIC, payable to the District, to be kept as liquidated damages tt the bidder Is awarded (he sale of the bonds and falls to complete the purchase Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be returned promptly. The District reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For further information address the undersigned. GIVEN this M da yoi August, 1949. AHMOREL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 9 OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS By E. II. Hale, President and Arthur Vance, Secretary 8I35-9J1-8-J5 NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS Dell School District No. 23 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, hereby gives notice that it will sell to the highest bidder for cash Its proposed Issue of $25,000 in 3 3|4% re- fundinir and construction school bonds dated September 1, 1943, Interest payable semi-annually, and maturing serially on December 1 of each year ir follows: $7000 In 1950 8500 111 1951 9500 In 1952 The bonds are payable In the first Instance from the proceeds of a fifteen mill building fund tax voted by the electors of the District which will continue annually until all the bonds and interest are paid in full. In addition they will be secured by a pledge of nil other revenue that the District can legally pledge The bonds will be sold subject to bring voted at the annual school election September 27. 1949. The buyer may name the place o! payment and trustee, and may huve tlis right to convert the bonds to a lower i-ute of interest, subject to he approval of the Commissioner of Education. The buyer will be , expected to pay the expense* of' the issue, including the printing and trusteeing oi the bonds and the fee of Towr.send and Townsend Attorneys, I.ittli' Rock. u|x>n whose approving opinion the bonds will be Issued. The bonds will be callable lor payment prior to maturity In inverse numerical order at par and PAGE THREE DAVIS and * STRICKLAND Swift's Premium or Armour Star SLICED BACON - - - Ib. 59< Fresh GROUND BEEF Ib 37< Tender, fresh VEAL CHOPS ,49 C Fresh PICNIC HAMS - - - Ib. 39* Two Pounds CHITTERLINGS 49 Tender Beef LOIN STEAK i,b. 69° . S. No. 1 Red POTATOES - - - 10 Ibs. 39< firm, Green CABBAGE U.S. No. 1 White POTATOES lb 5 C White or Yellow JUMBO ONIONS • 3 Ibs. Eagle BATCHES ta 5 Diamond Early JUNE PEAS Grade "A" Small EGGS 49* DAVIS & STRICKLAND Grocery & Market 309 North 6th Street Phone 500 Minnie Lee Jones Music Studio Now Open for Fall Classes IN PIANO REGISTER NOW Sfudio—807 Chickasawba Telephone 2994 DIANA LYNN Itarrtng f* Mr fKIEKD f Panmnunl Pi You can lake bo«« right in jour own home town in Jolen« Shoo. The sam» exciting styles thai ite»l lh« »cenes in Hollj-wood! High drama, hi»h color in expensive looking ".urdust" f.shiorn at an earth-hugging prict. accrued Interut on *ny Interest paying date from funds from any source. The sale will be held upon auction bias at 10 o'clock a.m. on the l«th day oi Sept. 1949, Jri the office of Supt. of Schools In Dell, Arkansas, Each bidder will be required to fil« «, certified check in th« mm of MOO on a bank that Is a member of the FDIC, payable to the District to be kept as liquidated damages If the bldrter Is awarded the sale of the bonds and falls to complete the purchase. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be returned promptly. The Dlilrlcl reserves the right *o reject iuiy and all bids. For further Information address the underslzn- ed, GIVEN this j« day of August, By M. R. Griffin, President »»d R. B. Crawford, Secretary F °r Tomorrow At DREIFUS S brilliant diamond) In •ach luxuriously carvsd 14k yellow gold ring. Real valuol. YEAR TO PAY s 2-DfAMoty) WATCH BULOVA $5750 Smartly jlyled case let with 3 genuine diamonds. Complete with raised <rys1al and inak» bracelet. $7.00 DOWN Nature's closest rivaf fo tn« diamond! Genuine 1-carat zircon t»t in d rugg«d yeltow gold mounting, $1.00 A WEEK Genuirrfl T-coral zircon mounted m a dainty yellow gold. Sparklet like o diamond. $1.00 A WEEK DHEIFUS Meet llrnifus . . . Wear Diamonds :iib\\r.!ii \m\ si STOtlS IN KYTHIVIUI, MtMPHIS AND DTUtHMtO

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