The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 12, 1937
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~Jf- BLYTHEVILLE '- Regional Chief Answers Questions Often Raised by Public KANSAS CITY, Mo.— Newspapers can perform no greater service tor their readers at this time, according to Ed McDonald, Regional Director for the Social Security Board at Kansas City, than to cooperate with the government in reporting accurate information about what Is required of the public tinder the Social security Act. The bid-age benefits provisions of the Act how arc In effect, Mr. McDonald said, and thousands ivho are willing and eager to comply with them are uninformed as to the proper procedure. To, assist Ihe public In understanding how to comply with these provisions, Mr. McDonald has prepared a series of quesllbiis similar to those that flood the Regional Office, and the correct answers thereto, some of which are as follows: Q.—If I lose m^ account number, what should I do? A—Inquire at' your local post office for another application blank and return It, after it has been filled out, to the local postmaster. Write your original account number on Line 14 of tho application and the , statement "Account Number Lost." If you'do not remember the original account number, the postmaster will get it for you. Q—When i chartj;6 my address cfter receiving ah account number, is It necessary to report, the fact? • A—No. Your account iiol duplicated anywhere, in the United States and stands as your main record.. Your new address will be - adjusted automatically when the account ritimbef Is reported from another address. 7' Q ^Should .1 carry iny accotuil number everywhere I-go? • . « A 7 Ti ? at ' te n ? 1 necessary, but it should be, shown to' your employer on request,, it should Ixj kept in a safe place or in a-pro-' tective container. If possible, ;it COMUEft Song Writer HORIZONTAL i Ooniposer <jf "My Old Kentucky , Home" 12 Ache. ISGoodby. Hon top of. 16 To leer. 17 Orje who , muses. 18 Genus of gastropods. 19 To change. 20 Sour sub' 'stances. 21 Dress fastener 22 To choose by ballot 24 To name again. 28 Morinairi dye 29 Bnnal 30 Also. SZFalher. 33 Warbling. 35 Measure 6£ , area • 36 tone B lo Previous.Puzzle 37 Babylonian^ god. 38 Northeast. 39 Cpilection of horses. 41 Male deer 44towar'd. 46 Sloth. 47 Recipient 49 Hawaiian bird 51 Corresponcl- . cnce. 53 Growing but 54 Recedes. 56 He composed : many ——, 57;—\yas his homeland., VERTICAL 1 Wise. 2 Glazed clay block. 3 Weak. 4 Hooked. 5 To elicit. 6 Unless. 7 Grazes. 8 Plural pronoun. 9 Small children 10 Kind ot collar, 11 Instrument. 12 He lived a life of —.. 15 His songs ar« sliU . 23 ESS dish. 25 Irregular. 25 Spiders' nests 27 That which ties. 28 Aside. 30 Musical note. 31 Bashau king 34 Praised. 38 Benumbed 39 Part of a wim daw frame. 40 Puts on. 41 Bristle. 42 To abound 43 Walker 45 Bones. 46 To be sick, 48 North America. 50 Sash. 52 Lava. 55 Before Christ •wfll, return a like amount.' The tax'has been paid by ray employer? rale increases one-half of onr, r A-The Bureau of Internal Rev ner for your: information if it becomes lost. •.•'••• Q—If through any. mis lake-I received ' more than one account number card, wliat shall I do'?'" A—If for any reason an appii-" cant received more than one account number card, ..He'« should ^promptly,: return ail cards to i the :f.;pbst::ortice; identify himself; arid X-. aX e :alltca rds' and numbers 'voidi' ?n Th C6P ^ l ^ - 0?!D ' ""MPondiig to the SS-5 application:. contain* reaches cent. ;, . ^T^ : Ihe. Ooljector of • Ihternol Revenue"; for your district, from whom\a)l forms are obtained. The taxes.'ire collected arid,turned over by your, employer, who i? held responsible for; tollectlrig, thern. - <5—Hqw::do'-r know, If 'the tax on.c mg the correct infornmiioii. if both applications are •:correct, the card the'employe is-to keep :'rhe records will be corrected iccord- Q-;It I am in an Included occupation, what tax inust I bay? A—Beginning January i 1937 one percent on wages is deducted from your earnings monthly, up to a maximum of $3,606.60 earaeVJ per year from one employer, and returned by your employer to the local collector'of..the'. Bureau of I " terna ' Revenue. Your employer Drs. Wert & Wert OrtosiETHISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 640 per- is this .paid? to pay your tax whether or not ho hn TERRY ABSTRACT & HEALTY CO. AbslracU, Lands £ Loam ?. iM. Terry, Prts. and Mgrr. Phone 617 BlytneTiile, Art IMJ'KpVE VOUK PROPERTY NOW We'll help you secure a FilA loan. Wall Paper Paints - Varnishes Auto & Window Plate Glass BLYfHEViLLE PAINT and WALLPAPER CO. Glcncoc Blflf. , PKphc 880 CERTIFIED ROWDEN COTTON SEED Land's End Plantation Seeds : Trade Hark Registered WE SELL ONLY SEED WE GROW R. H. ALEXANDER Scotl, Arkansas New Passenger Train Between MEMPHIS and KENNETT Effecrive SUNDAY, MAP,, 14, 1937 Dependable day in and day btit, the Frisco now otters a new • inoFttjttjr • {rath (o Jlertiphis. This new (rain leaves at a conycnieht hour, arrives in Memphis early enough to give ainiosl the entire day to business or pleasure and brings you back home (hat same'night! Take the Frisco the next time and save both time and money . . . you'll enjoy the trip more in comfortable, modern all-steel Frisco cars . . . you'll be safer with the Frisco engineer as your chauffeur . , . FRISCO LI N E S For fares and information about other changes, ask E. F. Blomeyer, AGENT FRISCO LINES Blytheville, Ark. SCHEDULE Southbond Train N 7 o. 821 Lv. Kennctt... 5:30 A. M. Ly. Blylhevillo 7:10 A. JI Ai-. Memphis 9:10 A. M. 1 Northbound Train No. 822 Lv. Memphis ..6:40 P. jj. Ar. Blytheville-8:32 P. Jr. ' Ar. Kennctt .. 10:15 P. M. This train is in addition to the Memphian and Sunnyland deducted it from your payroll. Q—If I chaiige my status Jrom ft single woman ( 0 a married one, or vice veisn do I have to report tliis fact to my employer? A—Not unless yoil d'eslro to do so. In sucli cjise, you: wile the Kecorits Division, Soolhl Scctirlly Doard, Bnltlmorc, Md., explnliitng all Hie fncts nnd cm-losliiK your Account number, mid His record will be ndjusled nccordlnely. Q—I iiiu-c nilcil out',88-4 but have not received my employer's l clci)Ufic.Ql.joj> 'vuub^r, V.' should I do about U? A—Nothing, at present, identification numbers will be distributed Inter, They win not be needed by employers until "tho infonnn- '.lon returns nre made to Hie Bii- rcau of Internal Revenue bi July tills ychr. od ot extruding teetK , with Die nld of music, accbi'vlljig lo Dr. J. p. Hell, ne'fiuld hu luut Iwo'teeth.pulled whllo n Inrgo or- cli^ti-ii sercntidcd him, nnd "It did "ot.hurl B bit." Lake of Woods As Gold Mine Area Forecast cf KENORA, out. (UP)—Tho Lake f tlio Woods n«a. long a favorite reircat of nimrocis nud nnslevs, scon may attract a new group— prospectors. John w. Shaw, consiilting engi- 03,- for (lie lied Lake Gold Shore, "as expressed a favorabls opinion • prosj)2cts for paying deposits of O yellow metal in the lake of the woods nren. ' "The :region has a good cli'ancs r developing Important mines and « worth the'Attention'of mining men," Shaw said aiter tin Inspection tour. Shaw believes there Is a strong possibility that more than pocket Jeposlts exist. Many rich "strikes" "ive proved mere. 1 pockets'of-ors md have rim out In a slioi't tinie Bui sh'mv believes: real vjlns ''may " found. ' ••.••,' • Mystery Munslnii stolri) BATH, Eng, (UP)-A mansion nnd Us cwnrr Imvc dtsauiicai-L-d here. Sixteen years nijo Miss Flor- cncft Applcynrd, vvcnllliy eccentric, walked out ol (he mansion nnd never was seen ngntn. Depredations on (lie house soon begnu nnd uoiv not ii stone remains. ELECTR10 * ACETTI,KNE WELDINC AT BEST PRIDES PROMPT SERVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co, PHONE 19 Read Courier News Want Ads The Proper Of ofjyv" requires ns ' much attention , '.to --detail ns HANNA FUNERAL HOME A beautiful mid sympntliellt: ticrvlco at moderate . cost. Ambulance Service '' -•/ 111 N. 1st 58 And as hiucl) honesty niif( integrity,' for neglect to apply an ounce of lubricant where ticctletl-i- ' Could ruin a THOUSAND DOLLAR car but our lubricators never quit until the job is done, For Government loan Cotton A. R. WETENKAMP and CO. Phones 28!) •ah'(l ; ' ; 3 : So i W Enjoy the Tfrorldtk finest every night in yawr The Deluxe Cabins' of the new Superlinev, QUEEN- MARY, are-the last word iii luxury an! comfort. They ure Equipped with Simmons Beautyrest Ma .tresses. You can have the same mattress for your own home, at a surprisiiigly- -low cost. This week we offer the Beautyrest on special .terms . . . Come in . . . try it . . . learn what Better Sleep ciin dcrfor .your health and appearance ... learn what Floatiiig, Action does to give you sleeping comfort. Once you have slept on. a Beautyrest you will be satisfied with., no other mattress. : ••.'•'•. FURNITURE CO. ' g ft );ji See This New Improved DISTILLATE-BURNING FARMALL TRACTORS 'Made in 3 Popular The F-30; F-20; F-12 v let us 8 ne jou a practical .lemons! ration nith.this new FarmaJl' MoCOHMICK DKERING The Gomplete-Line of STEEL WALKING PLOWS J," ',l' C ^Cornllek-Decrlnir Ihi* Uicri-ls a plow for every farm need, stubble plows,, blackland plows, bru s h breakers, etc., in M?rn S *! L HrV 1 " Slzc! " A " • >ro tiMl''ns«>rainir to Iho W B b. MuCcimlck-Dcertiit standard of \aluf , PEC TOOTH HARROWS If jour harrows aren't in ,1-1 condition, come in and let us show 50U (he complete lino ot Mct'ormicU-Ueering Ffg-Tooth .llirront IVc Iiave 4 good sioott of tliem in the style you like best. There's no danger of a McCormick-Decrinit twisting out of share. These JiarroHS aru wcll-hnlccd and" solidly built for good, clean work. > COTTON and CORN DRILL M^Oorfiiick- r>ecring No, Z» Cotton .and Corn-Drills are supplied cilhcr check-row 'planters or ivo -runner drills. Ask us to show them to you.; A McCormick-Deering Cultivator for Cotton, Corn, and all Row Crops DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. Next to Armory Phone 802 Blytheville, 'Ark.-'

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