The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1950 · Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, MAT «, \990 BI.TTTTKVTLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINH Arkansas S°lls More Road Bonds Second Issue Goes To New York Firm On Lowest Bid • LITTLE HOCK, May 3. W1— imsas sold the second issue of S7,- 000000 In highway constructioi bonds to a New York firm yesterday at the low price of 2.11 per ccn interest. This was several points below the JSSerest rate on the-first group of \3Bvernor McMaUVs road building bonds which were sold last year. The 1943 series went, lo Charles A. F bi CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan' Douglass — I'hone 389-J School of Instruction Held The animal School of Instruction for the Fifty-first District Order 1 of Eastern Star of Missouri was held In'Masonic Hall In caruthers- vllle Thursday. Preceding the evening meetim;, a banquet was hid at Dustlns Round House with 106 present. Masonic Hull was decorated In baskets of spring flowers and some re-decoration had been done under the direction it the District fjeiiuly Grand Matron. Mrs. W. A. Prince. _ .._. All phases of the work at t' lc I One new member. Mrs. J. J. Bavim- vvas presented with a strand of pearls as a gift from the members. Games were enjoyed and a number of games of bingo were played, with cacti member winning a small prize. Mrs. J. R. McGurler received the grand prize. XS'cslevau Oiilld M'-el' , The Hull Circle or the Weslcyan Service Guild of the Eastwood Memorial Metliodi.st church met Thursday cvcnlnx of last week al the home of Mrs. Delhert Harper. IS members present. Order were exemplified by representatives from the 14 chapters In the district. Instruction was given by Mrs. Ella May Undersoil, the ..- i^ .« ••• - - Uy 1V11O. Cilltl IVlitV illlVlt-'l flWII, H'V uller. Minneapolis Investment Grimd Lcctl]rer ^.so present was roker. for 2.35 per cent Interest. j thc Grand Chaplain, Mrs. Fern He was not present this morning Bragg. Six Firms Bid The 1950 bonds were purchased by thc Kiddrr Pcabodv and Company of New York. Six Investment firms were in on the bidding. The highest bid tills morning was 2.21 por cent interest. Tha 1 ; came from die Equitable Security Corp., Nashville, Term., thc only southern firm represented today. The Nashville corporation purchased S5.000.000 of the 1919 bomls from the stale of Minnesota. Those bonds were obtained after Minnesota Gov. Lulher Youncdahl touched off an investigation in his state's piirchas" of the bonds from Puller. Semi-Annual Interest There were 200 members in the afternoon and evening from the various, chapters in attendance. A number of out-of-town visitors were pre.scnl. r. K. O. Chapters Meet Members of chapler DM of Ihe P.E.O. Sisterhood were entertained Monday evening at the home of Mrs. R L. Ward. Sr.. will) Mrs. H. V. Litzelfelner serving as co-hcsless. The program for the evening was entitled "Fifty Years of Fashions' with models showing fashions from the turn of the century to the present day Mrs. P w. Coleman had planned gal-liner, was welcomed Into the circle. \ Tiie devotional service, taker from thc book. "The- way," was given by Mrs. R. A. Klcmp. Mrs. J L. Roebuck was in charge of the program, which was in th' form o a quia on the weslcvan Service Guild. Women's Council Have Mi'flinjc The Women's Oomicil of tin Christian church were entertainei Thursday of last week at the honn of Mrs. p. J. Aquino. Mrs. H H. Smith gave the mis sionary lesson and the devotional service was presented by Mrs, Ed Bitticks A routine business session was hr'ld. Kcv. Unm-cr Attend Kctrrat Rev. Floyd V. Brower, pastor 1 of Essl wood Memorial Methodisl Church drove to Farrnington Snn- and piano soloist, Miss uzanne Cain, spent the week end i Columbia. Mo., where they were ntertained in the stale music con- ests at the university. The girl's trio received a One ating and Miss Gain received a Two rating. filrl Sc-oul Program at PTA The regular meeting of the Par- nl-Teachers Association was held inre Friday afternoon at Ihe Meth- IIsi Church. Mrs. Jack Taylor. Jr.. presented a program on Girl Scouting to fur- her carry out the year's theme. 'Meeting Our Children's Needs." • Girl EDSON Continued from Page 8 For a workman earning $60 a week, this would mean a payroll deduction of S1.B5 » week, nnrt payment o( a like amount by tils employer, (or benefits ntter 1970, Another change passed by Ilic House, however, would lncrea.se the base on which payroll taxes are now deducted for social security. The present law computes the Inx on Ihe first $3000 of earned Income. Scout executivewho lias recently The House-passed bill would i>ut It ..._.\ , , ., . . .. „ l n ll. *\.. al «'!CnA T>lrt l-nnfivr nf t]in Bnlll noved to Kennelt. gave a talk on Girl Scoutlm; on local, national and 'international levels. To open the program some members of Mrs. Lauck's troop sang the Oir! Scout song and an action song that they use In their meetings. Also on tho proerarn were pupils of Mrs. Ola Bob List, dancing teacher, who added an international flavor by dancing Russian, Dutch and Span- at S3000. The report of the 80111 Congress Advisory Council on Social Security, presided over by the late Edward R. Stettitiius, recommended a base of $4200. President 'IVuman recommended S4800. The labor unions generally suport this highest figure. Economist Suninci Sllchter of Harvard, thinks soda security taxes should be compute* •n full pay. ! Actuaries'differ all over the lot in whether these !ncrea«d contri- lutlons will provide enough money o pay for all the increased benefits vlilch Ihe unions want. In selling up Urn social security system, II »•«* tell, that, It should be conducted like m Insurance company, *llh ample reserves to pay future claims. In the early years of any such system, more money comes In than goes cut. All the government can ito with the curplus is buy 'government bonds. Many critics ol the system have charged that this merely provided the Democratic administration '.vltri aft easy source of Income and contributed to pro- - fligale spending, The proposed remedy has been to put the whole thing on a pay-as- you-go basis, I/iuls T. Merlam ol BrookiiiRs Institution, for Instance, argues that the present system Is financially unsound. He favors raising the money for social security benefits as it Is required, by rate, universal Income tax. All theso conflicting views came to a,showdown when the Senate Finance Committee closed Its hearings and began consideration of revising the House-passed bill. For a couple of clays there was real consideration ol abandoning the present system and switching to somc- Ihlng like the Townsend plan. It was finally voted down. The Finance Committee has not yet reported out Its version of Ihe House-passed bill, nut I'. Is noteworthy thp.t (he recent Republican policy statement supports the present contributory social security system. NKX'I': Froposals lo provide total disability beneflti. Nose Red MI Raw </*/• to a cold? To lol^eve (martin* irritation ind hc!p nature heal, smooth on a bit of gentle, aoothinjj, carefully medicated RESINO!?""""" the program and Mrs. Frank 'Stentz ' day afternoon where he visited in Under the terms of the sp.le. the ser ved as nar'-ator. Pianist was Mrs I the home of Rev. F.U;crt Cole. He state will plunk down 5510,000 Mny Jack n 0|) !; C costumes wccre imd- 1. 1951, as the first payment on the clcd hy Misscs Ann g awy cr and principal. Interest on the unpaid j U1 callilmn and Mrs. Bob Colc- bThura will be paid scrm-anntially. man . lnc j daughter, Kathy. Mrs Jack The final maturity date is May 1. |Tjpton and son, Jack Hale Tipton, 1908.' JMrs. Dyer Byrd. Mrs. raul Homer, Sale of the S28.000.000 in highway j Mrs. E. C. Pierce and Mrs. Oirard bonds over a Jour-year period was CaHihan. anproved In a special election In Styles of thc February. period from 1920 to Money from the 1930 were shown as wall as many bonds together with existing high-.costumes reminiscent of the Gibson way revenues make up McMath's Girl era, the volumniqus Mother proposed SBO 000 000 road building Hnbbard and w^c!dillg dresses of program for Arkansas. ' some of Hie members of the chap- ji»j Other Firms ' ter - ^Hkher firms reorcsentecl at tire Jack Hnle Tipton wore a gar- j • sale today and bids submitted In- ment worn by a great uncle and elude: Kathy Coleman modeled one of hci The Chase National Bank of great grandmother's Sunday frocks New York. 2.14 per cent. , Contrasts were shown in various Olore. Forgan and Company. 2.14 costumes, and of particular Inter- pcr cent. cst were bathing suits. L-rved as liiicst spenki-Y there Sun- lav evening. Monday morning lie visited Aradia. the Methodisl young people's uinmcr cramp located In the OKirks. and attended business there. From Arcadia he \venl 10 Pcnosi. Mo., vhere he spent several days at thc Pastor's Retreat at the St. txiuis Conference's' trout todKC. He returned home Thursday. At'rml Slalo Ccinlrst Wilby A. Rice, music instructor tho high school, and the girl's tiio. Misses Nndine Downing, Betty Ncal Helm and Jacqueline Coker. and their accompani:,!,. Miss Ann ish dances. A routine business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Carl Raskin. Plans were completed for tlie pre-school clinic to be held May 4. and an organization meeting for a new PTA unit for parents and I enclicrs of fourth, fifth, and sixth grade pupils was planned, the date f (lie meeting to be announced :i'''r. Attendance awards were received hy Mrs. Opal I^oyd's and Mrs. Prr..lkic Nelson's primary rooms and Miss narliet Hall's room In the Intermediate grades. The closing meetine o! the year. at which the new officers will lie installed will lie held at thc grade school Friday. May 5. in connection with thc school's annual open house a,fteruoon. On the average, the modern television receiver contains 26 tubes. Our Telephone Number 4438 Shelton Motor Co. Be Thankful For Health Most of us who enjoy good health accept It as a matter of courM. U Is only when we have experienced the pains and suffering that nccoininuiy severe illness that we can fully estimate and value tlie stale ol being well For more than llfty-fouj years Chiropractic has been delivering an ever increasing health service to sick and suffering Immunity Chiropractic is a separate and distinct health science. The Chtro- [iraclot docs no! treat, heal or cure He uses no drugs, and tic does not practice medicine, surgery 01 osteopathy His objective is lo restore tho normal transmission of nerve force from brain lo the various organs, muscles and (issues of the body, by ad- lustine the vertebral snblnxatlon thai Is creating interference lo such normal transmission and causing disease In the body Renewed health is the natural result. Lindquist Chiropractic CUnic Phono 3170 615 Chickasawba Street Hlvfltcville, Arkansas You'll l.ove Our Flowers! Hlylhcville FLOWER MART .mrfuxZ , fow«r Lawn Mower Blytheville Machine Sho 211 So. 2nd. Phone 282 RADIO REPAIR 'he Only Service in Bonded Repair Blytheville — Every Job Guaranteed, TV Experts Piano Tuning And Repair Pianos—New and Used Music Instruments Supplies and Repairs. Everything in Music Sheet Music—Records— Sound Equipment— Recordings BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 K. Main — Tel. 6811 ilsey. Stuart and Company, Chi- caeo. 2.22 per cent. . Shields and Company, New York. 2.1C per cent. In commenting on the sale. Governor McMath said 111 effect the state would save a quarter of a million dollars in this year's transaction as compared with 1943. He said lhat is a "definite Im- j provement in the stale's cr throughout the financial world." . Some were ultra modern or Parisian numbers and some tvere the all-concealing iflrjO numbers. Mrs. Wyman Dillman entertained for 15 members of Chapter GV at her home Monday evening. /to Must Live—in Jail TOKYO, May 3. (jpj—Police arrested Ji man named Ho for sjtab- bing a street walker. He was tired oT living, jolice quoted A to .and . thought killing someonq would "save him the trou- cWfc* : 6f commiUIrig suicide. He 9f^ could be sentenced to die. But the girl lived. So Ito faces the prospect of living, too—his next few years in jail. A routine business meeting was .conducted by the president and I following the business session, Mrs. Robert c. Mehrle presented the program, a study of the P.E.O. constitution and state by-laws. FFH Club Has M»'clin s Twelve members of thc F.P.B. Club, formerly kno"wn as the Friendly Birthday club, met last Friday evening at Ihe home of Mrs John Scott. One guest, Mrs. John Medlin of Maiden was present. Th» club observed the birthdaj of Mrs. Thomas Culdwell and she There are 333 American-built electron microscopes in use throughout the world. LOANS ON CARS, TRUCKS AND TRACTORS United Insurance Agency 1st * Main Rear Citj Drug Blytheville, Ark. FOR SALE State Certified 1)H, No. 15 Blue Tag Cottonseed 80% Germination OGDEN SOYBEANS 89% Germination EARL MAGERS Dell, Arkansiis I'hone 2815 or 21G1 SHOE REPAIRING SAVES MONEY! Prompt Service ExpcrU Workmanship WE BUY AND SELL USED & HEW .FURNITURE PHONE 2112 ANHYDROUS AMMONIA Don't take less than Hie best! We can supply the fertilizer and applj It the way the Job should be done. For prompt service call 6584 or -4S8S. Lowest Available. SCRAPE & WEIDMAN Agricultural Service South Highway 61 Blylhcvlllc A SETTER LAUNDRY For Expert Laundry and Dry Cleaning—Call 4474 NU-WA .PAYLOAD HEADERS Cost fess to operate per ton per mile! See these great new truck buys in our showrooms today! They'i* all builntu—thtt» big, rugged new CrievroUl P«L Irucki. Right liom lh» ilart, you con figur* on bigger payloads because tlisy toxe leii !ime on Ihe job ... cort l«n lo keep up. Cf\molet Irucki reduce total hip time with exlia high pulling power over a wid« rang* ol usable load jpeedi. They handU th« bumps and the hard knocks like nothing at all 10 that you save on repair*. Advance-Design conslruction makes a big diffeienc*. What It all boili down lo is this: You can depend on C/iev- ro/ef trucks lo deliver Ihejgoadf at low cott per ton per mile. FirsV chance you have, stop In and see these new P'L trucks'now on display. They'ie lar and away tho finest Cheviolel trucks ever built I Far ahead with all these PLos features , TWO GREAT VMVE-IN-HEAD ENGINES: Ik. N«v» IOI-h.p. load-HaiTar and I In tmprov.d 92-h.f. ThrlH-M»il»r » THI NEW roWER-JtT CARBURHOR • DI*?H8AO» SPR1HO ClUTCH • SYNCHRO-WISH TRANSMISSIONS • HYPOIO REAR AXIES . OOUBll- AX1ICULATCO BRAKES . WIDE-BASE WHEEIS - ADVANCE-DESIGN STYLING > BAll- lYPi STEE1INO • UNIT-DESIGN BODIES fci formance Xeaders ^Popularity Xeaders JViceXeaders Matt Powerful Chevrolet Trucks Ever Bu/ll/ N«w Chevrolet hvcld hav« rttpp«d-lip power end performance. laptoY*^ Thrifl-Maittl Val»«-in-Heo<j <.n 3 ine fealurcs g.colcr houepawef and finer peifoimanca with new Powcr-jCj coihur»lion. New Load-Mailer t05-h.p. Volve-in-Head •ngin« piovid«> greater pulling power end occelccolion. Preferred By Far Over All Other TrucltJ I Official record! inow itial Chevrolet Iruclcl are Ameiico'l fail- eil lelling IrucVll For tin lart 11-monlK peiiod, iKey tiave oul- lold Ihe nexl two mak«l comWnedl And tWi torrtincms piool of the ownel wliifactlon they have earned through the yean—pioof Inat Ch*Yiolel li |K« notlon'i molt wonted Ituck. First For Ail-Around Savings! No motler how you look al it, you'ie money ahead wild Chevrolel Irucki. Chevrolefi rock-bollom inllial coil—out- ilandingly low colt of opccalion and upkeep—and high hade-in value, all odd up lo tho loweil price foi you. Yet. from llarl lo finish, Chevrolel Irucki are Ihe Plio loaders! SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. 8 301 West Walnut

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