The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1955 · Page 7
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April 25, 1955

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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MONDAY, APRIL 25, 1958 BI.YTHEVnXE (ARK.) COUKTER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Little Chance for Change in US Constitution or UN Charter Seen B? JAMES MABLOW AP N«w« Auljttt WASHINGTON (AP) — People with a desire to change things or let them alone — in this case the United States Constitution ind the United Nations Charter — have plenty of chance in 1955 to let off steam. In the end, probably neither document wll be changed. Onc« more Sen. Bricker (R-Ohio)+ urges the Constitution be amend, ed to limit a President's treaty- making power .Under the Constitu lion is it stands the Senate ctn block any treaty made by a president. Nevertheless Bricker and his fol lowers argue that somehow, someday, a treaty whhh gets by the Senate will do grave damage. "iy taking away American rights, Many Senate committee hearings on Bricker'a proposal. have been held In the past. Last year the Senate was tied in knots for weeks with debate on an amendment. Bricker has a lot of support. Loti of Oppoiltion He also has a lot of opposition, particularly from President Elsen- hower. Last year Bricker's rigid ideas were melted down into mild substitute amendment offered by Sen .George (D-Ga). In the Senate vote even this was defeated but by a narrow squeak The vote was 60-31, one vote less than needed to approve it. Any constitutional amendment requires a .two-thirds vote of Senate and House plus approval by three fourths of the states. So even if it had squeezed through the Senate it might have been defeated elsewhere. Bricker does not give up easily. He's back again, demanding another vote this year. A Senate subcommittee begins hearings on his proposal this week. But Bricker's chances look poorer this year than last. Decide IB Fall In the (all of 195! the United Nations will decide whether to hold ft conference on changing its charter which by then -;ill be 10 years old. This government ftvors such a conference. But. If it is held, any one of these five countries—The United States, Russia, Britain, France, Nationalist China—could kill with a veto any or all changes it didn't like. Since the United States and Rus>la are so far apart in their thinking on how the U. N. should be used or should operate, any changes both agreed on almost certainly would be minor and not basic. Nevertheless the State Department and the Senate, looking forward to the possibility of a conference, have been studying ideas and proposal* Jor charter revisions. Real C/ean-L/p LOS ANGELES Ml — It was spring cleaning (or 60 Rotary Club members and 10 of their wives yesterday. The group, with shovels and brooms, swept 10 miles of streets and alleys in East Los Angeles. More than 20 big truckloads of trash, paper! and weeda were hauled away. SACRIFICIAL CAPTIVE* Mexico's ancient Aztecs used captives as human sacrifices to their gods. Often the prisoners lived in luxury and ceremonial splendor tor a full year before the sacrificial ceremony. SCHOOL OF I DANCING | Owned and Operated by Roy. E. Halsell Now Air Conditioned Open ID a.m. »» It p.«. gatwdajl II a.m. la I p.m. Wt will teach you all the lateit ttepi in the Privacy of your own home. FIRST LESSON FREE! • Waltz • Samba • Foxtrot •Mambo 0 Jitterbug • Rumba • Tango For Appointment PHONE 3-6391 Again .. . We ore buying TIN CANS Musi IK free of dirt (!»», trease, etc. BLYTHEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. Ph .1-80B2 Moultrle * B'dw»j ' awet Mower* and .' ii.ninum Screens at New Low Prices. E. C. Robinion Lbr. Co. Ptiont .1-4HI Thai Minister Visits Hollywood LOS ANOELES * — The Prime Mnlster of Thailand takes a -look at Hollywood today as part of his southern California visit. Field Marshal P. Pibulsonggram and his wife will be guests of honor at a luncheon given by movie in- dustry leaders at Paramount Studio. Tonight they will attend a reception and dinner , given by the Los Angeles World Affairs Council BENEFICIAL TEARS Tears are beneficial to the eyes. They help to clear the eye of foreign particles, such as dust and hairs, and keep it from drying out. If the cornea should dry out, the eye would become blind. Proudly I announce My Office Now Located In the Modern new Building Of BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION KEMPWHISENHUNT REALTOR 122 W. Walnut Ph. 3-4469 MY NEW OFFICE Located in the beautiful new building of BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION MARCUS EVRARD ATTORNEY 12« W. Walnut Ph. 3-3795 Our Compliments to BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL Savings & Loan Ass'n. We are Proud to have contributed to The Construction of This New Modern Building BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS 53S N. Tenth Ph. 3-8111 Best Wishes to BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. ML ancf, e<mov, Installed by CITY ELECTRIC CO. Blytheville, Ark. 1093. Fifth Ph. 3-8181 AN INVITATION... To Visit the New Home of The BlytiievilEe Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. WALNUT & SECOND STS. OPEN HOUSE WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 I'i^Pm ' ' "ML *' Ji * OFFICERS: •MM Cr»rton, PrwMenl JanM Ttrry, VlM-pnridmt W. J. Filter*, Mentarr i. K.' Buatoy, Dlnctar K. 0. Farr, Director Cheater Caldwell. Director W, L. Hornir, Director Other tenants of th» BUILDING ARE: W. J. Pollard IIM. Agency Kemp Whisenhunt, Realtor Marcus Evrard, Atty. History of The Blythevillt Federal Savings & Loan Association Blytheville Federal Savings & Loan Association was organized In 1947, opening lor business on July 1 of that year. The Association was organized for two reasons: First, to provide the people of Blytheville with a source for long-term home loans, repayable in convenient monthly installments and bearing a reasonable rate of Interest; and second, to furnish a depository for savings and invested funds that would provide the maximum safety together with paying a maximum return consistent with the security provided. Total assets of the Association nt its opening were $75,100.00. The present assets of the Association »re almost $2,000,000.00. Dividends have been paid every six months since the founding 6t the organization at the rate of 3% per annum. Since the beginning, funds have been Immediately available to anyone wishing to withdraw all or a part of their investment. The Association is a member of the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation, an Instrumentality of the U. 3. Government which Insures all savings and Investment accounts In the Blytheville Federal up to $10,000.00. In addition, savings are further secured by the first mortgage loans made by the Association, mostly on owner-occupied homes. Savings deposited by the 10th of any month are credited with full interest for the whole month, 6 DOOR PRIZES! Each a $25 Savings Account in Blytheville Federal Savings & Loan Favors and Gifts for All Wednesday, April 27th SAFETY OF YOUR INVESTMENT INSURED UP TO $10,000 CURRENT DIVIDED RATE 3 per cent PER ANNUM BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Member Fedtral Savings & Loan insurance Corporation Walnut & Second Sts. Phon. 3-4553

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