The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 14, 1950
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WGESDC BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE M, 1050 Senators Say Social Security Needs Overhaul of System BJ- JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON. June 14. (/T) — Senators supporting fl bill to expand the social security program made plain today they regard it only as a step toward a further overhauling of the system. Chairman George iD-Ga) of the Senate Finance Committee told reporters a resolution will be offered to authorize a Congressional study of problems left unsolved by the measure now before the Senate. The resolution provides among! other things for investigation of proposals for a pay-as-you-go pension system with universal coverage. Further Changes revise the present system. 1 "Why compound a felony by< trying to patch up a system that "is basically wrong?" he asked reporters He said, however, that he probably wilt not move to send the bill back to committee, as he previously planned, Cain said he had no doubt thatj the bill would be passed by the Senate overwhelmingly. W. Berlin Ties Up 22 Soviet Barges IlERMN. June 14. Wj—West. Jicr- Oeorfie said the resolution con-jlin ilrd up 22 Soviet Zone barges ' (nday (or .-illeecd incgularitics in shipping documents. WrMorn authorities indicated (lie (emplatcs that further changes in Ihe present o!d-ase and survivors Insurance program will be submitter! to Congress next year, relating Utiifen«i''conVroi particularly la srcater extension of coverage. The bill now up for action, a revised version of a measure passed by the House last year, would brinR about 10.000,000 more persons into retirement system. About 35,000,000 are covered now. Increased Benefits It also would Increase monthly benefits to current beneficiaries an 24 Are Examined At Child Clinic Twenty-Four chlldr&i were examined by Dr. John T. Gray of Jonesboro at. the bi-monthly crippled children's clinic yesterday at the Woman's Exhibit Building at Walker Park. Thirteen of the children were victims of last year's polio epidemic. Mrs. Annabel Fill, county health nurse, said. The clinic is held the second Monday morning of each month Mrs. Fill raid. Miss Maty Craig, physical therapist, assisted with the clinic. Transportation Tax Dodge Has Catch WASHINGTON, June 14. «')— Sure, you can doiige U. S. transportation taxes by buyinc passenger tickets and paying freight bills In Canada. But there's a catch: you've got to go to Canada U) do it. Payment through banks, mail or telegraph doesn't ount. The legal loophole to dodge thft three per cent freight tax and the 15 per cent on passenger travel became widely knov.'n yesterday. I From Seattle. Wash., where the j idea is catching on. came estimates I that U. S. shippers such as the big railroads would save millions ol dollars. Officials of the Rurcnu of Internal. Revenue confirmed that the plan is legal, but. doubled the savings would run so high. They figure that persona! payment will hold things tlo\vn. The loophole is in the wording o( the tax act. which applies to the "amount paid within the United Slates." What Congress will do to end the paymcnts-through-Canada is uncertain. Senator Magmtson (D-Wsh) had one way all figured out. Kill tlie tax. he suggested. Japs Pull Up Whale YOKOSUKA. Japan, June H. Mr/ C ^ — Japanese fishermen pulled and pulled; their net brought up n whale. The angry mammal twisted and traffic through allied sectors would >.... . continue as long as the Soviet zonelVry ifh tnC blocks Berlin scrap metal exports "' l " »"•*• to West Germany. The Hussians turned back bargloads of scrap in May. Truman to Lunch WASHINCiTON, June 14. average of 85 to 90 per cent and I'res.aent Truman will lunch with approximately double the amounts Democratic Roveniprs here Satur- payable to persons retiring in the d! »\ Tn( i affa ' r *'" *« a Prel'mln- [ U[ure ary to the annual conference of nil I tlie state governors at White Sul- the finance committee, took issue} '"' . with GOP colleagues who contend] i • . T t r _j that the bill should be rejected on AnCJCrtt I ombs round the ground that It would only tend' to perpetuate a fundamentally poor I CATANIA — lf>— A group of 350 program All Republican senators were called into conference for an explanation of the bill today. Leaders said the purpose was simply to clarify some points in the legislation in hopes of expediting action. Cain Sees Study Senator Cain (R-Wash). who previously has announc?d his opposition to the bill, said he felt the CATANIA tombs belonging to the iron age has been discovered in the area of near Enlia, Sicily. Some of the tombs were opened during the Byzantine domination, but many were still intact. In one of the latter the remains of 11 bodies were discovered together with 32 vases. Archaeologists say all the [ombs were built before the ninth century study proposed by the finance com- 1 B.C., long before the Greek domin- mtttee should precede attempts to ation of Southern Sicily. ('bailee ry Anna Lee Smith Holmes vs. Arthur Holmes, suii for divorce. Stella H. Holland vs. William 11. Holland, suit for divorce. Circuit (Civil) LcRoy Owens, doing business as LeRoy Owens Pontiac Co., vs. L. E. Davis, suit to replevin car and for SIOO damages for unlawful detainer. E. L. Gean vs. Robert Trimue. suit for SI.500 damages to truck in collision near Yarbro May 10. LOANS CARS, TRUCKS Heal Hslalc A FIIA United Insurance Agency A. F. (Ucei nielrich, Mjr. 1st Si Main—Rear City Druj Hlylhevillc. Ark. Rent A Cor... Drive It Yourself Fresh Crappie Chicken Dinner Package Delivery Anywheri Simpson's Cafe STATE LINE Phones 4918 - 937 FOR SALE Fiargain! Bargain! Bargain! Hauling Cotton Choppers TRUCK $275 503 EAST .MAIN SALESMAN V/ANTED \Vc have an opening for two high lypc salesmen In sell new and used cars anil trucks, Our strike al Ihe factory has been st-ttletl and we will have plenty new cars mid (rucks (o sell. Not having |,nd any new cars for four months io sell certainly gives a salesman a wonderful opportunity for Ihe future. \Ve have a new Sales .Manager who has had many years of experience in the automobile business that will spend all of his lime working with salesmen on new and used car selling. This opening for salesmen will pay more money than any other sales job in this city. Call in person only. Ask lo see Mr. Sam Wnshburn. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. 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