The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1955 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 29, 1955
Page 14
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BtTTHBTlLLE (ARK.)' COURIER KEWi FRIDAY, APRIL M, 10M Tomorrow Is Deadline for Social Security Taxes on Domestic Help By FRANK O'BRIEN WASHINGTON UV—Tomorrow tbe first deadline for somethi like i million of Uncle Sam's m tax collectors — the householde who pay a domestic helper average of *4 a week or mbr The new social security law th went into effect Jan. 1 quallfl domestic help for social secur it they make $50 a quarter, ity Commodity And Stock Markets- N.w Y»rk C«»t«n (M:M M«tatiMi> May 3359 3359 3353 3353 July 3374 3376 3368 3370 Oct .... 3383 3387 3379 3379 Dec '.'. 3386 3391 3383 3385 N*w Orleans Cotton May .... 3360 3362 3360 3361 July '" 3374 3376 3370 3372 Oct .' 3382 3387 3381 3385 Dec ; 3390 3391 3385 3385 Ckiog* Corn May.. .143% 143% 143'/< 143?i July .... 145% 146% 145% 146'/2 Chicago Soybeim May.... 249% 251V4 24B'/ 2 249% July .... 240y» 241% 23914 241 Sept . 233 y, 234% 233 >/j 234 >/i Nov .... 230% 231% 230>/2 231'/ z Chiug* Wheat May ....209% 211% 209% 211% July .... 195 195% 194% 195% New York Stocks A T and T 181 1-8 Amer Tobacco 72 1-8 Anaconda Copper 593-4 Beth Steel 136 1-4 Chrysler 80 Coca-Cola 122 1-2 Gen'Electric 52 1-2 Oen Motors 98 Montgomery Ward 74 1-4 NY Central 42 1-8 Int Harvester 37 7-8 Republic Steel 853-8 Radio 44 Socony Vacuum 54 1-8 Stud-Pak 125-8 Standard of N J 115 7-8 Texas Corp 90 Sears 81 5-8 U S Steel 86 3-11 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III. Wl—(USDA) — Hogs 5,200; moderately active, uneven, weights 180 Ib up mostly 50 higher; 170 Ib down 25-50 higher; sows 25 higher; bulk choice 180-220 Ib 17.26-7B; choice No. 1 and 2 17.86; 220-240 Ib 17.00-50; 240-270 Ib 16.50-17.00, few to 17.25; 270-300 Ib 10.00-50; 140-110 Ib 16.50-17.26, few to 17.50; sows 460 Ib down 14.00-15.00; hcnv- ier sows 12.75-13.50; boars 9.0012.00. Cattle 500, calves 300; few lots steers and heifers, commercial and good at 18.00-22.25, these fully steady; cows finding modornlely active selling at steady prices; utility and commercial 12.50-15.00, a few to 15.50; camicrs and cutters 10.00-12.50: bulls unchanged; n lew gbod light yearlings 16.00-17.00; utility and commercial 13,50-15.00; heavy fat bulls 12.00-50; vcnlors and calves 20.00-25.00; n few lilRh choice and prime 26.00-28.00; commercial and good 16.00-20.00; cull and utility 10.00-13.00. more, from any one employer. Th is figures out to about J4 a week, rig The householder is required to ;w make the social security payments, irs and the first one Is due no later in than tomorrow, •e. $50 Minimum lat Payments are due lor any help around the house who earned as v much as S50 during January, Feb- ir ruary and March, Including a baby sitter, maid, handyman, laundress, cook, housekeeper, gardener, janitor, furnaceman, governess, valet, butler, chauffeur or other help. . The law juris the entire responsibility for making the social security tax payment for a domestic on the householder employer. It makes no difference If the domes- lie does not want to join up in social security. Nor does age make any difference — the teen-age baby sitter is qualified. Here is what the law requires :he householder to do: 1. Deduct 2 per cent of the em- ploye's cash wages. 2. Add another 2 per cent from /our own pocket. (If you prefer, you may pay the entire 4 per cent, deducting none from your em- ploye's wages.) Form Available 3. Get'from your local internal revenue or social security office a lorm — which Is an envelope — called "Employer's Quarterly Tax Return for Household employes." You fill this In and mail It with the 4 per cont tax to your district director of internal revenue. He ihen puts you on n mailing list, and sends you a form near the end of each quarter. 4. At the end of the calendar year, give your employe an accounting, In writing, of social security payments for him during the year. The payments are due no later than the lust day ol the month following the end of each quarter, VIET NAM (Oontln.ued from Pa&« D said it was firing polntblenk across the canal at rebel Gen. Le Van Vlen's command headquarters and *rculd assault it later. Fires started by the incessani artillery and ritte lire had burned «way more than a square mile of straw huts on the outskirts of Cho Lon. They had housed thousands of refugees from Communist North Viet Nam. More throngs of fire-displaced refugees streamed Into the French section of Saigon today, seven miles from Cho Lon. The French zone, where almosi all non-Vietnamese live,' is protected by Prance's expeditionary corps. Life went on normally there today, with businesses open as usual. SMITH (Continued from Page 1) Memphis and the United Press. After 10 years at Paragould, Smith went to Cumberland University at Lebanon, Tenn., and studied law. He set a record by being the first—and only—student to mark up a uniform grade of 100 in all studies and in final exami- natlom. In 1950 Cumberland University conferred nn honorary doctor's degree upon him. Bom OH Comics BALTIMORE (/?)—The sale of horror cornice to anyone under 18 in Maryland was banned today un- d«r a bill «lgned Into law by Gov. Teodore R. McKeldin. TISM— ARTHRITIS OFFTREB MMZiNG IKUEF icmvkabic new medical dto- now oOen wonderfully .fast (ran ntgglng, crippling agony Artlwttt, RbmmatlEin, NeurHIa Nev*l|ta. Sensational Ar-Pan- tobleU work through jour Mood WB to bring blwsed relief from wlm, itabblnc pain kt JokXs, VBfaB MM Wfcr IMP on MdRlnc when won dtrfll Ar-Pan-Ex can make jour lite worth *f*)f again— bring back reS- Ml rrtftjU— aettf* dan. Molt stubborn «Mn M* hchm) bv Ar-Pm-Er KIRIY DRUG STORES it that Is, the last day of April, July, October and January. The employe Is not required to do anything, except to allow the 2 per cent deduction from his wages. The revenue service says delin querit employers are subject to a penalty of 5 per cent a month of the tax due, up to 25 per cent, plus interest at B per cent. Employers who wilfully neglect to file and pay are subject to fines up to $10,000, or to a prison term up to one year, or both. Atomic Test Delayed Again LAS VEGAS, Nev. Wl — More than a fourth of 1,300 civil defense workers who Cfime here for the big atomic blast have returned home, but morale Is hlsh nmoilB those remaining despite three postponements. Tills Is the word lodny from Val Peterson. Federal Civil Defense Administration director. A weather briefing today will determine If the 40-kllolon shot from a 500-foot tower can be scheduled tomorrow. Attorney Named For Nayy Trip Blytheville titlorncy 6« Finul- Icv will join 10 olhcv nujtnbevs ot the Navy League's Advisory Council on Naval Affairs next, week in Atlanta for nn air Inspection trip to San Diego. The Kniup will Jpuv« Wednesday from Atlanta and will join other ACONA lenRiic members from over the nation at San Diego. Mr. Fend tor's brother, R, E. Fcntl- tar of Atlanta and president, of (he Atlanta Council of the Navy League, also will make tiir trip. Hearing Called WASHINGTON (/I 1 )—Senate lioar- ir.ns were ciilU'd by the Interim} Security subcommittee today In a new move to win approval of n bill lo empower the novernnicnt to „ bar suspected subversives from de- r fense plants. POLIO (Continued from Page W lime element in the boy's case "suggests that he was in the incubation period of the disease" at the time he was given the shot. Only As Precaution The public health service here said that on the basis of the one Georgia case there was "no reason at this time to withdraw any lots (of vaccine) made by Ell Lilly." It said the Cutter vaccine was recalled only as a precaution for further tests after a series of cases developed. Of California's 12 cases, 3 were in San Diego, 3 In Los Angeles and 2 In Alameda County (Oakland). Health and school officials In Oakland abandoned plans lor mass Inoculation this year, but it Was learned Hint Los Angeles County has asked and been assured a substitute supply of vaccine to continue Its program. Ma- wall, also supplied originally by Cutter, has taken similar action. Seeking to prevent any panic among parents of school children being given the free treatments throughout the country, health officials kept saying that the affected children may well have had the disease! before gelling the shots. Not Perfect They said also that the vaccine Is not 100 per cent effective, and that a month or more Is required for It to provide Immunity. The health service at the same time announced it lias established "an Intensive network for report- Ing on each case of polio that occurs this year." It said Its.Communicable Disease Center in Atlanta. On., "will work with slate medical and public health authorities, with emphasis on confirmation of reported cases, data on whether the case had 'icon vaccinated tills year or last, laboratory confirmation of diagnosis and correlation of data." i Summaries will be Issued each week. Father Stops Flight to Reds HONO KONC! I/I')—A frantic Chinese dentist from Singapore cnll|ilU up with Ills 14-year-old daughter here today. Just in time to prevent her itoliiK Into Hurt China. Rlrl, Lim Puck Linn, left home lust Saturday wllhout her nrn'nt.s' pcrlnlKslon or Knowledge. With a party ot student friends, sin: liiiarui'd Ilic' Dutch fililp TJ1- \vniiRt tor Hone KotiR. Here they planned l.o cross the border Into China and rrnter Communist schools. Dr. Lim Kim TOUR flew here ycs- 'crday to Intercept her. she hnd lelther money nor clothes when the left home. TWIN SYSTEM new 2 H. P. WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER COOLS A 5 OR 6 ROOM HOUSE No Water Connections Required * ItlHfll Itl .«. MI *KI **fk ntrif* TWIN SYSTEM SAVES OPERATING COSTS Foi iup*t tooling an hoi dd<j« uii both tooling lyiltmt. Onioolirdayi ur al nighi tav* operating foili by gunf •nly erx teo'inf iytl«m. Vornado'i "fta)ar>t«d CooRng" will coot your houM faiter, and Utltr btcouie only Vornado prop*rty baton*** tit* ttir** <amf>6ft«nh of oi< conditioning — Moiimum MKhamcot Goofing — Vorte» aximum DvhumicMicotioA. W* Vemotfe today — ffn vMrnaf* t* balwx*d coo fo «f. <M*r bHt from W H.P, to 2 H.P. lift ) ( ;OM«I umnti nans OF vomot'COOIING Bill's Refrigeration Service 2337 Birch St. Phpn. PO 3-6986 Obituary ATHLETE STARS AS WRITER — Freddy Akers, basketball, football and track letterman oi Blytheville High School, took down an honor of a dilferent sort yesterday when his essay won him a S50 bond from the Blytheville automobile dealers. Essay contest was a feature of the Spotlight on Automobiles promotion. Bob Lee Smith (left) made the presentation. (Courier News Photo) Thai Minister Praises US Aid DALLAS, Tex. (/P)—The Thailand Prime Minister told' a press conference here that his country's "full economy and aid from the United States" enabled It to resist the threat of communism. Field Marshal P: Pibulsonggram said, "I can safely say there Is no internal disturbance in my country today." "Communism is very near, however," he added. "The Reds are more of a threat now than ever before since Viet, Nam !a divided." He said solution of the Formosan crisis would greatly ease tension in Southeast Asia. Mrs. Luce Denies 'Veep' Ambition ROME Ml -— U. S. Ambassador Clare Boothe Luce today answered R New York report Umt she wants lo be vice president with the statement she's perfectly happy In her present job. The New York Journal->A merle an reported Hint friends of Mrs. Luce lire saying she would "like to climb Lo the vice presidency by way of ambassador to France." Church Meeting Set The Church of Lord Jesus Pcnte- ^ostnl will be opened for n meeting in block 8 In the W W. Holllpeter Addition, Blytheville. Elder J times Smith will conduct the meeting, which will be held Mi\y l. Prior-Service Non-Coms Sought The Ground Observers Corps in Little Eock has announced the need for 15 Air Force non-commissioned officers. Any man desiring "to enlist In the U. S. Air Force lor this assignment, must have had prior service in the Armed Forces and must be qualified to enlist in the grade ot staff sergeant or higher. All men Interested in this assignment are urged to contact M/ Sgt Jesse W. Blaylock, USAF Recruiting Station, City Hall, Blytheville. Hehemiah Revival On A revival is being conducted at Nchemiah Temple Church of Christ Church with the Jackson Brothers officiating. The services started April 25 and are held each morning and evening. Morning services start at 9:00 and evening services get under way at 7:00. Natural Color GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (ffl — Judy Johnson, 8, has a flock of rare Araucana chickens. They lay eggs in pastel shades of blue, pink and green. Each hen produces a single color eggs. Judy's father, C. E. Johnson, farm editor of tile Grand Rapids Press, says the chemistry of the hen, not the feed, determines the color of the eggs. J. B. Atkins Dies; Services To Be Sunday funeral iervtces for John B. Atkins, 84, of Blytheville will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:00 in Trinity Baptist Church with the Rev. Bill Cook officiating, assisted by the Rev. J. J. Johnson. Mr. Atkin* passed away at his home on ail W. Ash at 11:00 last night. He wa« born in Montazuma, Tenn., on August 21, 1870 and came here from Kenton, Term., in 1926. Survivors include his wife, Clara Atkins; two sons, Joe of Blytheville and Aubert of Advance, Mo.; three daughters, Mrs. Vida Harris, Rutherford, Tenn., Mrs. WHda Gunter of Memphis, and Mrs. Louise Bombolflsid, Dexter, Mo.; eight grandchildren and four great grandchildren. , Active pallbearers will be Herman Mays, Luther Robinson, Bill Haynes. Jack Attaway, Jim England and Porter Miller. Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. R. L. Johnson, John Cherry, W. M. Crow, W. C. West, Irby Hodge, Henry McCain, Vernon Boyd, S. D. McQhee and H. Q. VanCleve. Burial will follow in Memorial Park cemetery. Holt Funeral Home will handle arrangement*. Caruthersville Seniors Take Over Teaching CARUTHERSVILLE — Thirty- five Caruthersville High School seniors took over the teaching duties of the elementary schools here all day Tuesday. The regular teacriers weren't even allowed in their classrooms. They sat out in haUt and got the permanent records up to date. John Pinley was the student chosen as principal of the elementary schools for the annual event this year. It was started several years ago to help seniors decide if they want U) become teachers. Plans Burger Probe WASHINGTON Iffl — Rep. Hebert (D-La) says a House committee intends to investigate a report by the Hoover Commission that the Navy has stockpiled a 60-year supply of hamburger. The Navy says the stockpile is not nearly that large. "SHOESTRING REPUBLIC" Chile is as long as the distance from New York City to San Francisco, and as narrow as Lake Erie. It sometimes is called the "Shoestring Republic." WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT. CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Henry Buchanan, Pltf. vs. No. 12,959 Sahra Buchanan, Dft. The defendant, Sahra Buchanan, is hereby warned to appear within thirty dnys in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Henry Buchanan. Dated this 7th day of April, 1955 GEBALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. SEAL T. J. Crowder, Atty for Pltf. Percy A. Wright, Atty Ad. Litem. 4/8-15-22-23 Toastmasters Have Meeting Paul Hughes, Robert McHaney, Rudy Vrska and James Roy were speakers last night at Blytheville's Toastmasters Club.- The group held its regular meeting in Hotel Noble when Walter Daniels was a guest. Earthquake Felt SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador ({?)— A sharp earthquake shook San Salvador on the anniversary of this country's worst quake, which destroyed the capital 36 years ago. No injuries or damage were reported yesterday. ICE - COVERED AREA Glacier ice covers about 5,800,000 square miles of the land area of the world, 98 per cent of this total being located in Antarctica and Greenland. Ike's Formosa Views Backed By Church Group NEW YORK (fi — The General Board of the National Council of Churches of Christ In the U.S.A. has "heartily" endorsed the administration's "declaration of willingness to negotiate directly with Communist china for a cease-fir* in the Formosa Strait." The council is made up of 30 Protestant and Orthodox communions with 35,400,000 members. In a message yesterday to President Eisenhower, the council's General Board added:. ! We believe direct negotiations of the kind approved by you and Secretary of State Dulles can and will be carried forward with honor to our country and without sacrifice of those principles which we deem to be essential to the establishment of a just and enduring peace." Britain Faces Railway Strike LONDON (£*)—Britain still faces the threat of a nationwide railway strike at midnight Sunday. All-day negotiations between the Ministry of Labor and the Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen failed yesterday to produce ' any agreement to prevent a stoppage of the government owned railroads. The engineers and firemen, 65,000 strong, are demanding an across-the-board increase amounting to $1.12 weekly in wages now averaging $27.30. Management has offered 76 cents. Read Courier News Classified Ads. ARE YOD LOSING MONEY Because You Don't Know About the WIDOWS Benefits of Tte New Sociol Security Law? II You Are at • Land Owner • Tenent Farmer •Widow • Veteran • OverBS Years • Ex.Rallroad Worker This Book Can SBT« You Money! MONEY BACK GUARANTEE If You Are Not Satisfied With Il's Conienls. Get the answers to th* questions about the benefits to YOU under the new law. Farmers are now covered under Social Security. 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