The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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FAGB TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1947 1 SEC Takes Action Against New Firm ('Commission Charges Fatsifkation of Fact* in Obtaining Permit Many Jobs Open to '47 College Graduates; Lull Looms for '4B PHILADELPHIA.' June IS. *• -y-atop - order proceedings' **» x started by the' Securities and Ex? 4 change Comniissfon yesterday against a le^lsliation statement coy«rmg the fiiit public offering of the newly-organized Tucker Con>-. Clilcasjo aufo manufacturing firm. The Commission charged that : ihp registiation statement "appeals to •• Include untrue statements of material facts and to omit material facts" in particular, the SEC cited "fai'urc to disclose that false : en- -Jries have' been made In the book's of account for the purpose of con- ccijing indirect nay men Is to the piomoteis" The , registration covers 4,000,000 shares of $1 par class A common stock. It was filed Mny 6.;v The SEC action followed ; eight days of private hearings here and in Chicago, it was learned. A'hear- ing'will be held June 16 at which time the SEC will Investigate further statements in the registration and determine whether a stop-or' der will be issued , , : . .-•'! A stop-order, by suspending the effectiveness of HIP re gist rat Inn, would prohibit sale of the propose^! securities, at least until the registration has .been ahiended to meet commission criticism. The 'company was noticed by tel- cgriiiv this morning of the , proceedings. In its order, the SEC questioned the* registrations failure to liuli- cat£. directly ihe .parent, or parents of the company and the extent of the interest of its presi.- deift, Preston Tucker. In Ypsilanti, Machine -'and Too; Co., and Cumberland Homes, Inc.. . Other information questioned by the commission Included "failure to identify and name all promoters and disclose anything of value" they received or will receive frOrh the company. .' Seedless watermelons have beer grown-in horticultural experiments Some Chinese temples sell tickets' to heaven. The job's hunting him: Muck- from the uurs, this vrU-mu licnl in a trailer us be worked fur his cnKineerhiK dt^'rr*. Kvi:n vi'illituil Mm slide-rulr tie's hnsily working,* he can ll^ui-e lh:it uoxl month will be his golden opportunity if he's one of l!H7's ^ruiis. Service By NBA CAMBRIDGE, Mass, (NEA) — June—this June—is the month of (olden opportunity for college graduates from-coast to coast. Next year's June won't be so tod. June of 1949 may be nntr.h worse. But the more than 115.000 young men nnd women gcttiiiK sheepskins In 1017 have the world the more desirable June graduates. It Is almost impossible to ~^ot a degree this year and not have -ti chance at one or more good Jobs. But the need, great as it Is. has limits. By grabbing everybody in sight, business and industry this summer will fill most o( the gaps- What remain will be filled from i l!)48's record-breaking crop of or I and other graduates. Uy 19'I9, educators say, only vacancies and possible expansions will remain lo bo filled. And li)49 is the year of the . ulg harvest,—the "yew when GI's 1 who have returned to college will 1 be turned loose In the blggrat mass *r,n.nU«.no Wj h,,^ of{crs to 1|1C 5' aren't taking back one word of the warnings they have given before, that scores of thousands I of Ol's will be disappointed if they hope to soil college diplomas for \ very much extra pay on the employment market. For this one year, however, happy days really me here again on the campus. The sky Is the limit. Massachusetts Institute of Technology will lianl I'll. D. degrees In ixlenci! to 40 youngsters. For each there are 'K> would-be employers lyint! in ambush, willing to lei them wrllo their own tickets up to, say, $WKO a year. The 54S Bachelors of Science aren't so fortunate. On the average, c:ieh has only two or three bidders ofleilns from $22S to as much as $300 a month. Even that would look ijoud to the old grads who went with major corporations the '20';; and the '30's lor $100 to S125 a month. In general, as the average OI Kiispeclucl, It Is the technical school graduate who Is In most demand lit highest Klniilnij pay. A fiden- tlflc or technical degree Is worth nt least IS per cent mure llja'n ijool academic decree. Nevertheless, there are Aplenty "f jobs cliunoriliu for June gnul- uales who can slKiw only a Bachelors degree in Arts or I'htlosphy .Sah'smen, if placed <»n salary can hope to start at $225 to $250.u inonlh. IJnnking, insurance, ac comUtiiij, credit work may carr; morn prestige, but they pay $'25 a month les.'i. This nenera! run o: office Jobs will uay under $2(1.6. Many com|)anles are offerinu preference to veterans. Not just, first chante at » Job — which does not mean too much when there are yooil jobs for all — but extra pay, rungiiiK from $15 to $'JD a month accordini; lo the company and the length of service. Westinghouse, for example, offers an oxtra $20 to anybc<iy who was in uniform as nmeli as two years.- I':m[>li)yei-s genc'rally are well pleased with the quality of this year's graduating classes, which, were are heavily loaded with veterans. . jj lc Graduates naturally are pleased with the situation. Hut it offers ; >roblctns. • 'Jobs are so easy (.6 find," ex- ilalned one, "that you don't know Uiich to choose." Tlicrc arc a few who are not juxious to settle clown to work. These include some Harvard men who want to take time out to re- lorin Ihe world. But this altitude Is not common. Veterans generally ieel thai they have losl lou much .line already. They want lo gel ;olng. removed' to make room for l.hc housing development wsrc those ol six United State.-; seun- lors. The cL-metc'rles, at that time far outside the city limits, were established about 1850. Use of the land for nomine opens up,space for nearly 500 !o^ s well inside modern San Francisco, one of the most densely Uiilt cllies i in the United States. Pioneer Bones Shifted For New Housing Units .SAN H1ANCISCO (UP) — Two IKIVV ap.u'lmcMit hoiiMii districts, within :;cven nunuU'S drivr "f tin downtown Ijiisinoss district, are en ins; uuill on tin- sites of C.ivalvy nnd l,:iur«l ci'iJielcrw-s, where man, pioneer Kan l-V:incl:.can.s were buried. Ainoni; nolalJli's whose hones FROM THt RELISH TRAY Everybody loves 'Em . QUEENS, r/ti« NEW PACK- GENERAL® ELECTRIC DISPOSAL!. JUST SCRAPE IT DOWN THE DRAIN The electrically operated Disposall shreds all food waste—including bones—into fine particles, which are carried down the.drain and out of ihe house— immediately. Your sink is always cleanl NO MOKE GARBAGE There are no garbage containers or garbage odors in the Disposal! equipped kitchen. The food v/aste is gone before it can spoil, Hubbard & Hoke Appliance Co. Your G.F. Store in B/ytheyi/Je MODEL FA-3ER UlSPOSflLL $124.50 Pilce inclL'tlcs Federal Excise Tax as their oyster. Business and Industry have been starved, ever since Ihe war begun, for promising young blood that could be started near the bottom and trained to hold top Jobs some HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR been combing making almost the LAST WORD in Electric ••••••'V 140 Ib. Capacity 4 Cu. Ft. Dimension Enamel Finish Fine quality, •! inch, genuine Spun Class insulation givc.-s bol- ter service, cuts (loan cost of operation Beautifully finished model comes complete with new noiseless General Electric compressor. See it todayJ Last Week Cat' Tag Number Phone No. Dr. W. A. Grimmet 113 So. Lake S?. This week's free prize is for the one who finds his or her car tag No. or telephone No. on this ad. Bring nd and.get free one whole eight to ten POUND CURED HAM HAPPY HOUR FOR QUALITY APPY •*• * GROCERY MARKET 108 E. Main St. Phone 814 HAPPY HOUR FOR DELIVERY Friday, Saturday, ijlonday, .Time 13, M, 1C This ad is worth 25c to those who bring it in to us and buys one of our Black Beauty brooms. The roguinr price of broom is $1.25. Your broom costs you only $1.00 with ad. 8 Ib. Crt. $(.86 4 Pound While It Lasts Motion Free 10-ib. Bag 25 Pound Bag Great Northern SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS 1 !..b. Box 23c Mustard, full Qi Whole Green Beans/ con . Peas, extra s'ifted, sLte 2 . Egg Noodles, prepared Rice Dinner, 16 oz. can .. Beans, Mexican style, CG Grape Jelly, pure, 16 oz . Salt, 10 pound bag Fly Ribbons, 4 rolls D. D. T, 5 per ct., sprcsy y p Fnsit Jars, pints, Doz. . . ?3 "Our Johnson's ELECTRIC FLWR Immediate Delivery JOHNSON'S Paste Wax, 1 pound . Paste Wa*, 2 pounds Liquid Wax, pints Liquid Wax, quarts Glo-Coat pints Glo-Coat, quarts Glo-Coat, 1-2 go I Ion Crea mWax, pint Car Nu, pints Biem Deal Lean, Meaty Lb. Pure Pork Lb. #$*< Prime Rib Club l.b. Sandwich Loaf Lb. && Monarch The Finest 1 Pound CAR TAG NO. 212-273—PHONE NO. 3852 See Us For, Your Commercial Refrigeration Needs ' We now have on display GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPRESSORS. PUFFER-HUBBAHD REFRIGERATORS and UNITED'BEVERAGE COOLERS. These represent the top lines of the mrirkct today. HUBBARD & HOKE Your G.f. Store in Blytherif(e Put-A-Snow or Mothers Best 50 Lbs. Pure White Cream 5 Lbs. 37c 25 Lbs. All Brands 3 Tall or 6 Small TANG, Pork-Meat Loaf - 12oz. 37c Corned Beef Hash 29c Pig Feet, glass jar ?^ Pickles, fresh country 26 os 26c Pickles, sour mixed, pint 20c Facial Tissues, large box 38c Baking Powder, C. 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