The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 17, 1952
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTIXE (AKK.)' COWRTEK IfflTfi , REPT. TT, 1»M Sawyer Expects No Production Downturn WASHINGTON </T>j — Secretary or Commerce Sawyer said yesterday he does not expect any downturn in national production in the next year but thinks the need for most economic controls will be over by the end of 1953 "barring new International upsets." Sawyer expressed these views to a news conference at which he announced: : 1. He plans a more or less general reorganization ot the Commerce Department In the near future, aimed ftt pointing it toward the needs of the time when spending slows down. 2. The Depart mem s.ill set up an "office of distribution" within a few days but it will not call for hiring additional workers. Sawyer Indicated he thinks the big problem after defense spending recedes will be to develop selling methods and markets. He &aid: "I think we may have emphasized production to the detriment of distribution." Report Is Ashed 3. A ID-man advisory commitlf-e now meeting here, has been asked to draft a report on prospective conditions by 1955, nnd advising business on post-defense markets and distribution. By that time. Sawyer said, it Is prcbab'c that other means th a n defense spending must be found to absorb the nation's productive capacity." The advisory committee Is made up of businessmen and economists. Sawyer ssid its report, due by Jan. 1, will be no "pie in the sky" Job but will take Into account such things as prospective population Increases, defense spending, taxation employment, the maintenance of capital Investment and other practical elements of the economy. The object will be to draw up "suggestions that may be helpful to businessmen on markets and distribution," No Assumption of Peak Sawyer sMd the report would not be based on any assumption that defense spending has already reached Its peak. With that statement, he added a comment that he did not wish to enter into any controversy with & new member of th« president's council of economic advisors, Robert Turner, who recently said defense spending had already level- Trumon Cites Medical Costs 100 Years Ago PHILADELPHIA W») _ President Truman cited medical costs of a hundred years ago yesterday In support of his Argument that - "things art different now." Tn a speech prepared for the American Hospital Association, Truman quoted the following rules and , regulations of the Great Falls, N. H. Median 1 Association, 1847, which he said hi found In n magazine last Th« members of this association shall charge for thftir processional lejrvlcei the fee* in the following table. For TI visit Jn the village and ordinary medicine, 80 cents; For a visit in the night, |1; TOT advice In ordinary caseo, at office. 25 cents; For extracting n tooth, 25 cents; If more than one tooth is extracted for the same patient, at one sitting, for each additional tooth, 12W cents; For obstetrics, single birth, $4; For obstetrics, twins, $6; For excision of tonsils, S3. I led off. | Although the report will aim at an estimate of what the situation will be In 1955, Sawyer said de- j ferae spending "may level off prior i to that." 1 ORIMNANCK NO. 530 AN OnillNAN'CK TO AMK.Vn OH'HXAXCK NO. 509 KKI.ATINO TO SKIVER IMI'llOVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 4 OF TUB CITY OK BLVTMKVILLE, ARKANSAS WHEREAS, the City Council of ! Ulythei'ille, Arkansas, on February ; 14, 1950. adopted Ordinance No.'609 : "An Ordinance Assessing the Bcne-; /i!s to he Received by the Owners -, of each of the Several Lots, niocks • and Parcels of Land Within Sewer Improvement District No. 4. of the City of nl.vthcville, Arkansas;" and WHEREAS, on Marc)] 15. 11550. | said City Council authorized the City Clerk to withhold Ihe fillnR of a certified copy of said Ordinance ! No. 509 flnrt a certified copy of the Assessment List with the County; Collector and the County Clerk': (both officials of Mississippi Conn- : ty. Arkansas), until an indefinite time In the future; and |' WHEREAS, the City Council alt- ' er clue consideration deems It for the best interests of the citizens ot : Dlylhevillp and particularly the clt- ; Izcns within Die area of Sewer Im- ;' prnvement District No. 4. that this! project be constructed as soon as' poRslple, and that the Commission-i • ers of said Improvement District ;i should be allowed lo tie in their;! project to the present City fiewcr according to their plans and specifications previously filed with the, City Clerk; and | Whereas, this Ordinance Is being adopted on this date for the sole purpose of amending Ordinance No. 309 In regard tn the time and date of collecting the first Installment of its local assessments: i BE IT THEREFORE ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Blythevllle that Ordinance No. 505 be mncnded In the following particulars: i "Therefore, It Is now ordained by the City Council of the Clb- of Bly- thevllle, Arkansas ,that said several blocks, lots and parcels of real property in said Sewer Improvement District No. 4 be assessed according to the assessment list of said Improvement, District as the same now remains, or as the same may here- ; after be adjusted. In the office of the City Clerk, and that 6 2/3 per. centum of the assessment on each of said blocks, lots and parcels ot land shall be collected by the Coun| ty Collecor with the first Install- . merit of general taxes becoming due each year, beginning with the year i 1053. until the whole of said local assessment shall b« paid." | All ordinances and parts of ordl- ' nances In conflict herewith are hereby repealed, and resolutions in I conflict herewith hereby res- • clnded. and this Ordinance shall be , in full force and effect from and after Us passage. Passed September 9, 1953. Dan RIodgctt. Mayor ATTEST: W. I. ?.lallR, ciiy Clerk Skin Dry? Itchy? Oil-rich' Resinol softens and soolhet. Relief lotls 'Conform tono/in RESINOL°"" M " T COTTON AND SOYBEAN CROP DEFOLIANT AND &RYER Saves your time • Increases Crop Vfefcf* COTTON Speeds up opening of bolls, defoliates cotton plant and aids harvesting by reducing crop debris. 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