The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 7, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 7, 1950
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1950 Europe Warned To Cut Spending; Halt Inflation Increased Wages Called Hazard to. Holding Market* • 4k ^TBy CARD HARTMAN ^PARIS, Sept. 7. (#>)— Directors of the International Monetary fund warned Western Europe today that It faces dangerous inflation unless reconstruction spending 1» reduced The international money e\perts also asserted . that continued »age increases.will push export prices up «> » Point where vital American markets will be lost. ( The statements were contained <n ' ISO-fag* report made public •l Ihe current meeting of th* board of governors. The governors, representing 49 member countries, rule both the fund and the International bank for reconstruction and development. The directors voiced a viewpoint directly opposed to that of strong left wing parties—both Communist and non-Communist^-in West Europe. ' ' ' Wag« Muni Intreut Those parties maintain wages .must be raised to meet increased living costs, and tremendous reconstruction Jobs still must be done. By contrast, the fund directors said Ihe danger of Inflation would persist "as long as government expenditure and private investment continue on the present scale." Continued rises in defense expenditures, the report continued, increase the difficulty of cutting gcjsqtjiment spending. _, - , ' iff*' year's devaluation of ETI- rojfekn currencies, the fund experts said, had been an Important aid toward helping Europe pay for 1 Its Imports from America. Devaluation cut the price of European goods and made them more attractive to the American market. Higher Export Pried' But .wage Increases, would make export prices creep tip, the report declared, "and If this attitude is carried to the extreme where every rise in-prices must be compensated by a corresponding rise in incomes, the effect ' o( devaluation In reducing dollar export prices must ' be completely lost." • Th« report al»o called for increased export production to meet American demands, which it uld would persist if prices did not increase. . ..... The monetary experts said labor and .materials for more export production could be freed "by reducing investment." "Five years after the end of the war. it should be possible In most countries of 'Western Europe .to rr dugt'the'scale-of recortatnic'ttofrY''-' ' tnW asserted. BLYTHEVI1.LB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Tiny quantities of penicillin re- mainlni In milk after cows «re treated for m«jtlti.i ire upsetting the fermentation proem In some cheese r«etorie». . First Time Tuwjr Dry Skia Treatment Cream $1.75 aue, new $3 now $1.95 dry •kin-keif tM* * freth and {lowing witk T*M? Dry Skin Treatment Crupa. ft*. lea e!e«ner...perfee1 ewdiliMi. er, tt once! It »ett {••••^•lilr ...the Cm tim« y»« «* it... help* pratect again* flakiima, Unleness, 6ne dry ikhl lilM*. Contitne excluiiv* TBM? mgrc- iitnt* that help raton *» ut- orjl bcmnj balance W yvm i(ua.- Til say Dry Skin Freshener rtimnlating, non -d ry i ng, nsert • fter Dry Ski* Treatment Cmm. •«7egnlar, 16 ot, »1.75 MM mm WOODS DRUG STORE Blj th«Tillt HAIRY VETCH Balboa Rye, Barley and Seed Wheat. For Fall Planting Sw - - - BlytheviHt Soybean Corp. MM -*H BEACH PARTV—American soldiers of the 27th Infanlrr Reciment relax on a sandy river bank north of Taegu, South Korea. Rifles are stuck in the land butt dowiMo keep frit out of the barrel! •nri »J» keep Uiem ready tor quick us*. Th» 17th' «••> pulled back from the front temporarily tiler eight itraijht days of fighting Reds. (Exclusive telephoto by NEA-Acma itifl corretpocdent Stanler Tretick.) Cabot Man Killed In Tractor Fall NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 7. W—A hard-starting tractor lunged suddenly, yesterday, killing Orville Bearden, 35, Cabot. Bearden was employed by Waymon Bros. Construction Company, engaged'In the East Texas Transmission Corporation's "big Inch" gas pipeline, east a[ here. Fellow worsmen said Bearden was unfastening a cable, which had been used to tow a tractor to start it, when the machine lunged suddenly, pinning him against th« tow tractor. He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mae Bearden, his mother, Mrs. Thomas Bearden, both of Cabot, three sisters. Mrs.. Estell TricXey, Benton, Mrs. May Griffin, Warren, and Mrs. Eva Gaw, Little Rock, and four brothers Jessie and Lri- Bearden, Cabot, Vest* Bearden, England, and Elmer Bearden, Lake Providence, La. The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Is experimenting with wood chips to add organic matter to soil. NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION IN WELL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. ZJ OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS • Notice is hereby given that the annual school election in the above named DUtrict will be held on September J«, «80. for the following The election of a member of the County Board of Education •; for a term of five years. Trie election of one director lor a term of i years. To submit the question of voting a total school tax of 38 . A Smashing Sale of Fine Shoes City Club Jarman A Big Selection in All the Fall Styles and Designs - - Made to Sell Nationally for 12.95 Special Your Choice Outfitters For Men & Boys Prrt Sxndefur, Mgr. DIAL 3391 FOR TEXACO HEATING FUELS _ . *. M. I.OOAN. Cxnlrwn . . T»*» Trwck Rtlctann: Henrj T+mmftn, Q. I. mills, u set out Iq the District's budget, which shall include, in addition to the millage for the operation »nd maintenance ol (he schools md for (he payment of the principal ami interest of outstanding bonrt is- «ues, a continuing buildlnj fund mllhge tax of 15 mills to beijm with the t?xe.5 collected in 1963 .to be voted for the purpo-e of ' paying the principal and interest of a proposed bond Issue of 168,000, to be issued for the purpose of erecting and equlplng new school buildings and to repair and improve present school buildings. Said bond issue will run lor ipproximslely 14 years. In addition to the millage ibove recited, Ihe l&sue will be se- cured by a pledge of the surplus derived each year from a building fund tax of IS mills voted for the District's bond Issue dated September 1, 1949. The polls will open at 8:00 o'clock A.M. and will close >t 6:30 o'clock P. M. on September 26, 1D50, at the following polling places In Ihe District (o-wit: Dell School, Hal! Moon School. GIVEN this 23 day of August. 1950. John Mayes, County Supervisor W. Berrman, County sheriff 624.31-9:7 EDSON Continued from' Page a Money for Medical Care Included Payment for medical care lo the needy Is broadened under the new Social Security bill. It provides that Ihe Federal government will' share in direct payments to .medical practitioners and other supplies of remedial care. The limitation on such payments is that they must fall within the maxlmums set for individual payments. This Federal aid for meiilcal care will also be furnished to the needy who arc in public medical institutions, oilier thnn those lor mental disease and tuberculosis. No change was made in the existing law which requires that for old age assistance and aid to the bland, a slat* may not require residence within the State for more than five of the past nine years and one'continuous year before §up- plylnr «M. Effective July i, 1952, a State must disregard earned Income of up to $50 a month for an individual claiming aid lo the blind. Between now and July 1, 1052, the exemp- licn for earned Income up to »M a month Is left for each Slate to decide. 1'rom Oct. 1, 1S49, lo June 30, 1953, any Stale which has not had It.* plan for aid to the blind approved by the Federal government on Jan. 1, 1949, must have lUt plan approved. The Federal grant to such Slate is to be based only on expenditures made In accordance with Income and resources requirements of Individuals receiving aid. If a Slate plan for aid to the needy disabled and the blind provides for payments to Individuals In institutions, the stale must have a Stale Authority to establish and maintain standards after July 1, In aid for dependent children, the States must provide for prompt notice to law enforcement officials In any case where aid has been furnished lo a deserted or abandoned child. The new tpeclal Federal grant* to S<atf« for varioui social welfare projtrams will be reviewed In the next article In tlili irriet. HoSiywood Continued from Page » "Wilson' and returned to the stage. He was once svcd to Lenore Ulrlc. "A constant stream of celebrities pased through our home in those days," he recalls. "She was the great Belasco star and people sent note's backstage asking for permission to kiss Ihe boards she trod upon. Pox gave her a fabulous contract, but when the gateman wouldn't lei her through on her first day at the studio, she tore up her contract and handed the pieces to Sol Wurl- zel. I.enorc went from tlmt to walking down the avenue unrecognized. But she was magnificent. She.nev- er once complained." < Paul Brinkman Is still talking about all the flowers in Jeanne Grain s hospital room that must have set her Fox bases back half a grand. "That's how much in the doghouse Jeanne Is with her studio," Paul grinned. "The baby was born with n full head of Jet black hair. We're not Rolni; to rush the fourth, but Jeanne wants six," PRESCRIPTIONS Fr«h SI nek GMrinteed Best Price* Kirby Drug Stores CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH For the servicing or repair of your car, bring It to 1. I. Seay Motor Co. Our mechanics are specifically trained to care for your car. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 East Main Phone 2122 Ants have been observed t» broken legs of injured In a kind of plajUr. SERVICES Kemp WMstnhunt A Cfc • Sand & Finiih Hard* wood • Lay Hardwood Ftoeriaf • Asphalt Til* Call us todi; for a fr s«vlc«. r.ny FHA r» Come In Today. Kemp Whisenhunt&Co 100 E. Main STOP! Get »nr Htnrt •• y.w »t*. lob, it can be conveniently Bm ance* through THA. We contract complete J«k «• wt Mil you the fixture* an* mgk In material and ?•« eh« own plumber. Repair work Is (tm Mr attention. See or Call Orsburn Supply 1916 W. B1yth«Tifl« Phont 3208 Orsburn Plumbing C«. Wit Ward AM. CanUunrtB* 1'hone 1179 Beth* BUM Brick! I F that car of yours has put its best days behind it, there's no time like right now to think about starting out afresh with a taut, new, up-to-the- minute motorcar with al] its mileage still in it. And.there's no better place in the world to start than with the beauty pictured here, for a variety of reasons. For one thing, this Buick SPECIAL is • quick-stepping Fireball valve-in- head straight-eight that's priced (ower than some sixes. For another, it's built with typical liuick ruggedness through and through-a husky that can take a lot of years without crying "Uncle!" r \^ i hen, too-lhis high-slylecj beauty is proving to be one of the most economical i3uicks ever built—easy on gas, easy on upkeep, easy on you in iis soft, floating, light-handling comfort. It even comes with Dynaflow Drive* if you likc-nnd Dynaflow means that you will never have to service or re- plucc a friction clutch, and lhal rear- • Si.W.rJ .. lO.fDMASTf. ». *,!•*•!'„ .«,. M » surf.* m,t srr.ciAi. m^,i,. 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