The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1937 · Page 5
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3, 1937 BLYTHEVILLB, ,(ARiq; COURIER NEWS ^--- C«P». mi «Y m scufc, i w. T. M. Mi.». 5. m. err.. * (Continued from Page..One),, engineer, listed 20 projecU-com- pleted at a total costjOf 5162.463,0'?. toward which various,federal agencies contributed $710,734.57., These projects, Mr. Meyer pointed out, have Involved work on .186 miles of ditches, repair of. 32 mile's of levee and construction of 27 miles of road. They have Improved the efficiency of the district's drainage system, have provided additional security against floods, and have made possible the sale by the district of over 25,000 acres of tax- forfeited lands, for a consideration of $524,517.92 and on which the annual anticipated tax revenue to. the district Is over $40,000.' More Works Perittirif In his report Mr. Meyer;said: '•The ' securing of this large amoiint of money which lias enabled us to do all of this work is due very largely to constant contact with the WPA office in Little Rock and the Army-Engineers' offices in Memphis and Washington by Clifton H. Scott, receiver, and the commissioners of this district. Every opportunity has been seized to get the governmental agencies to come forth and help improve and work out the affairs of the Hay ti Society — Personal Mrs: M'. K. Nolgrass entertained :alurday with a birthday party for her son. Morris jr., who \VM nine years old, There, were 20 gucsls.' Miss Cammllln Wray, riurso in the Blyllicvlllc hospital, spent "the weekend here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. O. Wray., , Mr. and Mrs. Wood Taylor of Bernie. Mo., were here Friday vis King friends mid attending to .bus incss. The Taylors arc former residents of lh(s city. Mrs. Arnold Turkcr Is In Cooler managing !he beniity xlid|> In the absence of Miss Dorothy Ilnrrls, wlio Is confined to her room by Illness. • Mi. and Mrs, .Will Calvcrt and son of plntgmtn, !„•>., who have been here visiting Mrs. culvert's sister, Mrs. j. w. cioldcn. Icit Friday for Rc'clor, Ark., wiiere Miey will visit with her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. J. \V. Gnrnor, Jo? Kolni lias returned from a business trip to St. Louis anil Chicago. Mrs. J. I,. Cnlfec of Tula, Miss., is here vlsiilng her mother, Mrs. J. T. Nctliery, \vlio has iJcen . iu .~ III, Mid hoi 1 Ijvolhcvs, gain and Bill Nelhory. T. 0. Weub u In St. Louis receiving nicdtca) treatment-. Mrs. Drcwle Sanders entertained with a parly for her son, Richard Day, ITIday evening, celebrating his seventeenth birthday. Twenty- cm; guests spent, the evening danc- liig and playing cnrds mid Mbnoii- of the Chicago-Stock. Exchange, iwlltely pul It while in, St. Louis; 'customers who want to Bpceulale regardless of whether they can afford to do so, and who use little Intelligent Judgment." Small Speculators Warned ST. LOUIS (UP)—No. 1 trouble- jnaker In the stock exchange Is the little fellow who wants to plunge when he can't niford It. Or as ThtKhlcus n. Benson, president Ohio County Prosperous FREEMONT, O, (UP)—Sandsuky county attests prosperity ticcbid- Ing lo the recruiting returns of the CCO. For the second consecutive time Ihc county Was-unable to solid n Dingle applicant lo Toledo for the physical i examlnalloiis Only youths froriv families cltjjlble for relief are, accepted for the CCO. ;"> - ,, | The Morning AfterTakin$! Carters little tiverPillsj district. \Vc believe that our One major problem remains to be solved—that of adequate flood protection for those portions of the district along Big Lake and Liule River. The United States congress lias authorized a program designed to end that danger for all time. Actual accomplishment of that work .will eliminate the last apparent obstacle to the prosperitj and progress of the district. UP! WE'LL BE 1AT£ TOR THt COOKING SCHOOL MOVIE ' I'LL HAVE MX ..HAT'ON IN A SECOND A MOVIE full of beaut}- Upsl How to keep skin lovely the way •) out of 10 screen star* clo-wHhtuitoilctjSoflp. ' Use rouge and powder all you \vishl Lui Toilet Soap's ACTIVE lather removes thtm tltor- ouR/i/y-ftuards nfchist. O»- mctlc'-SWn.--B« turt..lt> k*«P your skin smooth and clear the Lus Toilet Soap way! \ district lias had more -work- done by Hie U. S. Engineers and lias secured more governmental relief from various agencies than any other district'in this state, all of which has been beneficial' to -the taxpayers and land owners.' 1 Allotments have already, been made for further levee and road work in the district, which 'will bring the total government contri- p.''."'.-.'.'''-'"""' billion considerably above the $710,- •'-.';' 000 already expended. Debt SeMlerncnt Arranged Throughout the period of the re- 'ceivershtp the board of commissioners of the district, which now consists of B. A. Lynch and V. G. Holland of Blytheville and J. H. Grain of Wilson, has had trie cooperation of Mr. Scott in-negotiations looking loward a settlement of the district's debt. A final agreement with the protective com-- inltl.ee representing the bondholders was reached last summer and when Us terms are carried out. ^irobaVily before the -end of the month, the district's debt will be reduced by more than 50 per cent. Under the agreement the bondholders will receive 52 Vj cents on the dollar on the face value of ttieir bonds. Delinquent interest, amounting to more than $1,000,000, will be cancelled. Payment will be"~made with the proceeds of-a S 1,663.500 .loan from, the: JRij.con- struction Finance Corporation, ;re j lease of which is expected at any time, and $367,975 in cash now on = hand in the district's treasury. More than 90 per cent of the bonds are now In the hands of the protective committee at St. Louis, ready to be turned in as soon as the R. P. C. loan is released. When the debt settlement is effected the district will have remaining in its treasury a substantial sum for maintenance work. Settlement of the debt will be followed, as soon as the necessary legal formalities can be met, by discharge of Mr. Scott as receiver. The district may continue for some time in the hands of the federal court, with the commissioners as receivers, but such an arrangement, if resorted to at all, .will be only temporary. For all practical purposes settlement of the debt will_ leave the district in a position to" stand upon ils own financial feet and to fulfill its inlended functions without the necessity of imposing undue burdens upon its taxpayers "Gee, I'd'be thrilled to (late such a famous man, Fanny." "But yotl.'liAve to remember that the man of the hour usually .lasts .'jlist about that long with the public." - . l.aw- Cramps Anglers ; DETROIT 1 : (UP)V-Fishermen of Michigan;;wlll '.no longer be able lo ; buy/, the', fish they '^caiight." The/ law; forbids, the .purchase or sale. of/game' fish, which are • listed ' Ss brook, brown and' rainbow trout;- siutfish, :black bass, bluegills,.'graylings, perch,- northern or grass pike, landlocked salmon, walleyes, muskellunge and vi' mouthed . bass. The most famous and fantastic deck of cards in any work of fiction is that composing the playing card characters in "Alice In Wonderland.' 1 OOKK1I S EE them in "The Bride Wukcs Up." And I'ry them on your own (able baked or broiled or fried Read how to cook them in the new recipe leaflet, "Banan.1 Specialties." It also gives you oilier attractive w ays to nscbananas in m.lin dishes, salads and desserts Your copy is free—ask for it at the showing of-"The Bride Wakes Up." For Beauiii — For Economy For All- Around performance DODE is the car featured .in the Courier News Cookitig School Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at the Roxy theater — , DON'T FAIL TO SEE , y >•-. 'The Bride Wakes Up' This interesting and instructive film shows ; Dodge as the ideal car lor the woman. See the film then see and drive our Dod.t/e demonstrator. W. T. Barnett Aiitb Sales Co. 'See "liie Bride-Wakes Up" the senmtifliiatty different Cooking Scfiool A free feature length.}pictitre"cu iheRoxy* Tuesday-Wedmsday-Thursday THE ERN KITCHEN MUST BE ELECTRIFIED No Mo re '"itack-lireakinff" Wash Days with the Modern ELECTRIC WASHERS f ' WRITER CLOTHES FOR LESS MONEY" PRESERVE Your FOOD with Electric Refrigeration Costs Less — Far'More Safe More Convenient ' COOK YOUR FOOD with Electricity ' for: ECONOMY-CLEANLINESS : SAFETY--CONVENIENCE--SPEED :. Hot for Cooler Kitchens-ELECTRIC FANS Consult Your Dealer ELEQERIG at the turn of the faucet - - - iAsk about, the New iOff-Peak -;• RATE [which gives .you 24 hour hot water iservice I—Better ; :'4-Cosls .Less. Blytheville, Ark* All Modern Homes Are Equipped with ELECTRIC RADIOS Consult Your Dealer for Full Details for . Keller Housecleaning Electric Vacuum Gleaners don't overlook LIGHTING —in your kitchen and in every room . . . better light means better sight Consult with ou r ' lighting engineers or your electrician to ascertain if the lighting in YOUR home is adequate. ELECTRIC WAFFLE- BAKER for Better Waffles •land other small Appliances ELECTRIC MIXERS An Invaluable Aid in all Kitchen 'A Activities For Any Electric Service Consult Your Dealer'or S-MISSOiRI POWER CO ''Dependable Low Cost Electric Service"

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