The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 23, 1956 · Page 3
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.THURSDAY, FEBRUARY M, 19M BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGBTHB1S_ Cost of Copper Has Producers Fearing Worst By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — Copper today is at the highest price level since the time some 80 years ago when it was considered a scarce metal. At 46 cents a pound copper brings boom times in the mining states, but producers aren't as gleeful as you might think. They fear nigh-priced copper will lose some permanent markets to sub- stltuees-r-chiefly aluminum and plastics. The United States uses-so much copper now—more than half of of that mined each year this side of the Iron Curtain—that it can no longer control the world market. Chile can, and just has, -forced the price up here. Europe can, and does, snag copper supplies that American users would like to have. Hope for Relief The Copper & Brass Research Assn. holds out hope of a 16 per cent increase in copper-producing capacity in the non-Communist world in the next three years. Copper users here clamor for relief now—eyeing the govern- Caruthersville News By SONNT SANDERS Dolph Moore has been appointed chairman of tie Heart Fund drive for Caruthersville. It's sponsored by ttje Missouri Heart Association and the American Heart Association. Collections will be made from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26. While most workers will be recruited by telephone, anyone wanting to help with the house-to-house canvass should contact Mr. Moore. Each volunteer worker will be assigned 10 to 15 houses, he said. The Lee Qrabel show will be presented on the stage of the high school March 9 under sponsorship of the Lions Club. The program includes shooting a gilr from a cannon, it was announced. Matinee and evening performances will be presented. Advance tickets are now on sale by members of the Lions Club. Norman Hahn, of Jefferson City, worker for the State Highway Department, has sst up rubber hoses across streets at 44 places in Caruthersville with counting devices attached. This is for a routine two- week traffic-check of the city. Leonard Hall, St. Louis newspa per columnist, will appear at the high school here April 3 under auspices of the Classroom Teachers Association. He will talk about wildlife and soil conservation. 1 Earl Hath, St. Louis investment broker, spoke to Kiwanis Club about birds. Mr. Hath is a member of the lecture committee of the St. Louis Audubon Society. He showed color pictures of birds. A boys' double quartet and several other musicians, directed by Edgar Ailor, music director of the high school, presented a program for Rotray Club's meeting. nient's strategic' stockpile of the metal and urging tough curbs on the export of copper scrap. If you're in a hurry for copper it seems as scarce a metal now as 80 years ago, before the big mines were opened. K you go to a custom smelter for copper today you may pay more than 52 cents a pound. A year ago it cost 30 cents. Early in 1950 the price was as low as 16 cents. Government controls in World War H pegged it at 12 cents. Programs Started Copper expansion programs are under^wayr the Copper A. Bra Research Assn. notes today in survey of world production. Existing mines are tapping additiona' ore bodies, and new properties will come into production during the next three years. The association estimates mine production outside the Iron Curtain as 2,778,000 tons in 1955. It estimates that strikes prevented the mining- of another 150,000 tons giving a capacity total of 2,928, 000 tons. It says 229,600 additiona tons will be added to capaciti this year, another 105,500 in 1957 and 123,600 more in 1958. This Would bring total capacity in 1958 59 3,386,600 tons. But demand could keep rising: too. The Bureau of Mines reports that in the United state: per capita consumption jumped States, • world consumption was by 1954. Yet, outside the United from 5 pounds in 1900 to 17 pounds less than 2 pounds per capita by 1954. SCHOOL ELECTION Notice is hereby given that the Annual School Election for the year 195B will be held in Luxora District No. 2 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on Saturday, March 17th, for the purpose of electing school directors, voting on school taxes anc on such other measures as maj properly be submitted at said election. The polls will open .at 8:00 A. M and close at 6:30 P. M. at the following places: Luxora City Hall, Luxora, Arkansas; Victoria Store. Victoria, Arkansas. C. B. WOOD, President. B. C. LANCSTON, Secretary. Given this 22nd flay or February 1956. 2/23-3/1-8 SATUKN'S MOVEMKNTS The planet Saturn lies 886,000, 000 miles from the sun and has s diameter of 72,000 miles. It moves about the sun at a speed of 6.( miles per second. NOTICE OF HEAKINO A petition has been filed with he City Council by Harvey'Stew- art and Hays Store, Incorporated, seeking to vacate and abandon that part of College Street extending north from East Main Street to the northeast corner of the present Hays Store building, in the City of Blythevilie, Arkansas. All persons Interested in said matter should make known their objections at the Council meeting a be held on the 13tb day of March, 1956. W. I. MALIN, City Clerk. 2/16-23 NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS Shawnee School District No. 10 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, hereby gives notice that it will sell to the highest bidder for cash its proposed issue of $100,000 of construction school bonds, to be dated April 1, 1956, and bearing interest at the rate of 3.35% per annum, payable semi-annually on January 1 and July 1 and maturing serially on January 1 of each year as follows: $3,000 in each of the years 1957 and 1958 $3,500 in each—of the years 1959, 1960 and 1961 $4,000 in each of the years 1962, 1963 and 1964 $4,500 in 1965 $5,000 in each of the years 19C3 and 1967 $5,500 in each of the years 1968, 1969 and 1970 $6,000 in 1971 / $6,500 in each of the years 1972 and 1973 $7,000 in each of the years 1974 and 1975 $7,500 in 1976 The bonds will be payable from the proceeds of a building fund tax of 10 mills if voted by the electors of the District at the March 17, 1950-election, which will continue annually until the principal and interest of the bonds are paid in full In addition, the bonds Will be secured by a pledge of all revenue that the District can legally pledge. The buyer may name the place of payment and trustee, and shall have the right to convert the bonds to a lower rate of interest, provided that the conversion be in accordance with the Universal Bond Values Tables and such that the District shall receive no less and pay no more than it would receive and pay if the bonds were not converted, and subject to the approval of the Commissioner of Education. The expenses of the issue, including the printing and trusteeing of the bonds and the fee of Mehaffy, Smith & Williams, Attorneys, Little Rock, Arkansas, upon whose approving opinion the bonds will be isued, will be paid by the District's agent. The bonds will be callable for payment prior to maturity in inverse numerical order at par and accrued Interest as follows: Framing serially on December i ot each surplus in the building fund, on «ny Interest paying date; from funds from any other source, on any Interest paying date on and after January 1, 1961. The sale will be held upon auction bids at 3:30 o'clock p.m. on the 20th day of March, 1956, in the office of Superintendent of Schools in Joiner, Arkansas. Each bidder will be required to file a certified check in the amount of $2,000.00 on a bank that is a member of FDIC, payable to the District, to be kept as liquidated damages if the bidder is awarded the sale of the bonds and fails to complete the purchase. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be promptly returned. The District reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For further information, address the undersigned. Given this 8th day of February, 1956. BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF SHAWNEE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 10 OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. By H. L. EIFLING, President. LESLIE E. 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DAIRY NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS Dell School District No. 23 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, hereby gives notice that it will sell to the highest bidder for cash its proposed issue of $47,500 in refunding year as follows: $4500 in 1056 to 1961, inclusive 5000 in 1962, 1963 and 1964 5500 in 1965 Tlie bonds will bear Interest payable semi-annually at the following rates per annum: First $29,000, at 2%, and remaining $18,500 at W t %. If approved by the electors of the District at the annual school election on March 17, 1956, these bonds will be payable in the first instance from the proceeds of an annual building fund tax of nine mills on the dollar of the assessed valuation of all taxable property in the district, beginning with the taxes collected in the year 1957 and continuing annually until the bonds and interest are paid in full. The bonds will be further secured by a pledge of all other revenue that the district can- legally pledge. The buyer may name the place of payment and trustee, and may have the right to convert the bonds to a lower rate of interest, sub- stantialy in accord with the Universal Bond Values Tables and sub- jct to the approval of the Commis- FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT GET AMAZING RESULTS ONE-HOUR By using T-4-L, the keratolytic fungicide, or your 40c back at any drug store. Strong, instant-drying T-4-L sloughs off tainted outer skin to kill imbedded fungi ON CON- bonds dated April 1, 1956, interest | TACT. Today al Kirby Bros. Drug payable semi-annually, and matur-1 Store. •loner of Education. The buyer will be expected to pay the fallowing expenses ot the issue: the printing and trusteeing of the bonds and the fee of To'wnsend & Townsend, Attorneys, Little Rock, upon whose approving opinion the bonds will be Issued. The bond* will be callable for payment prior to maturity in Inverse numerical order at par and accrued interest, as follows: from surplus in the building fund, on any interest paying date; from funds from any source, on any interest paying date on and after June 1, 1961. The sale will be held upon auction bids at 5 o'clock P.M. on the 20th day of March, 1956, to the office of the Superintendent of Schools in Dell, Arkansas. Each bidder will be required to file a certified check in the sum of $950, payable to the District, as liqui- Are All Cold Remedies Alike? No! For example, 666 ia the wide- activity medicine, which combines 4 of the most effective, widely-prescribed drugs known, to relieve all cold miseries sooner. 666 is more tmH pit-pa pnal'fjyff, rapid relief from miseries of all kinds of colds. That's why 666 in unsurpassed in effectiveness. Try-it. No other cold remedy can match 666 liquid or 666 Cold Tablets. dated damages if h« if (he tuc- cessful bidder and fails to complete the purchase. Other checks will be returned promptly The District reserves the right to reject any and al! bids. For further Information address the undersigned. GIVEN this 8th day of February, 1056. DELL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 23 OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. By M. R. GRIFFIN, President. And B. B. CRAWFORD, Secretary. V2S-3/1-8 There arc u many patienta to American hospital* ac the combined population* at Bo*ton Hid Cincinnati. , Recommended by Thousan* of DOCTORS 666 Attention: Rental Property Owners Of Blytheville and Nearby Towns For Quick action, « yon te« rental housing iwitaWe, ptau* call the Blytheville Air Force Base Housing Section at th« foltow- Ing number and give information such as the location, number of rooms, rent, etc., on the property: POplar 3-3931 Extension 791 (If you call before 8 in the morning or after 4:3« in the mtitt- noon, call POplar 3-3931 and ask for Extension 462). 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