The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1960 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER !«, How to Feed a Toad, Drill Hole on Moon Science *t Work By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS thi, wS st scSfic%uSL: lg *" ** m °° n ' *"* h ° W * feed * toad are amon * BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Exploring the moon Scientists have started design- Ing a space drill fo dig down into mysteries of the moon's surface. Carried up by a spaceship, the drill will be operated by remote control, with electronic systems messaging back what it finds. It isn't a simple challenge, for the moon has no air. Temperatures can range from 270 degrees Fahrenheit down to 184 below .zero. The drill must survive a bumpy landing, and cannot be very heavy. Scientists at Armour Research Foundation, Chicago, are wrestling also with questions of what kind of drill head to use, the best method of powering the drill, and how hard surface is. the moon's On the Fly Toads will only eat something which is moving. Then with a flick of their tongues, they corral their dinner. In the laboratory or home terrarium (a hofel for toads and such), they will eat bits of hamburger, carrots or even some breakfast cereals if the nonliving food is waved in front of them. This is tedious, so researchers designed a turntable or lazy Susan, putting food on the rim. The toads seize it as food goes by. If toads ride on the turntable along with the food, they still will eat. This indicates lhat movement of the background induces perception of motion in the toad. The story is told in Science by Walter Kaess, University of Connecticut psychologist, and Francis Kacss of Storrs, Conn., Grammar School. Astronomers can photograph about 10 billion slars. The wild boar was a lavorite game animal of European nobles because of its strength, speed and ferocity. NOTICE OF BOND SALE OF CITY OF BLYTHEV1LLE GENERAL OBLIGATION INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BONDS :eivcd are sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the Donds and the paying agent's fees maturing that year, and if the rentals received are not sufficient for that purpose, then Notice is hereby given that the that p ° J:ilm o£ lhe ta * City of BIytheville, Arkansas will . ** collected which . together _ A U f i. .. . . . With t VlP rpnralc fhaf ora pAOaiirasI , sell for casli on auction bids at the time and place specified be with the rentals that are received, will be sufficient to pay the prin- ......%~. U iiu |jjav.c ••» pcu ii ieu Oc- i > low $68,000 principal amount of CIpal of and , inferest on &* b° n ds Rpiipral nhli/roiin,, D^«J- . i— an " the paying agent's fees ma- General Obligation Bonds under Amendment No. 49 to lhe Consli- tution of the State of Arkansas. The bonds are being issued for the purpose of developing industry, and the proceeds of the bonds will be used to construct and equip an addition to Hie present manufacturing plant of Hester Mobile Home Mfg., Inc. The bonds will be dated October 1, 1960 and interest will be payable semi-annually on May 1 and November 1 of each year commencing May 1, 1961 at the rate or rates accepted by the City at the sale of the bonds. The -bonds shall mature on November 1 of each year as follows, but shall be callable as hereinafter set forth: YEAH 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1978 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 AMOUNT J 2,000 2,500 2,500 3,000 3,000 3,000 3.000 3,500 3,500 3,500 4,000 4,000 4,500 4,500 5,000 5,000 5,500 6,000 The purchaser shall have the privilege of designating the Trustee and paving agent and shall have the right fo convert the bonds to an issue bearing a lower rale or rales of interest, but the purchaser shall convert to no more than three rates of interest, and vilh the conversion to be in accordance with the Universal Bond Values Tables and upon such terms that the City receive no were not converted, and upon any maturity is not more and the maturity schedule after conversion is not more than six months shorter than the original maturity schedule. The conversion shall be subject to the approval of the City Council and the approval of the Trustee bank. The bonds will be general obligations of the City of Blylhe- ville, Arkansas to the payment of which its full faith, credit and faxing power will be pledged. The City Council will levy a continuing annual tax of ',4 of a mill on •11 taxable real and personal property in the City which wilt be pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds and the paying agent's fees as the same mature. Provided, however, that the collection of the tax may be suspended In any year under the following circumstances: The project will be leased and the lease rental payments under »aid lease will be applied to the payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds and the paying agent's fee*, and the collection of lhe said special lax will he suspended in any year in which th« reoUk >»• IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS HALSELL AND WHITE FURNITURE COMPANY, INC., an Arkansas Corporation, PLAINTIFF. vs. No. 3,861 AUGUSTA HUGHES, \ DEFENDANT. W A R N 1 N G\ ORDER The Defei-dant, Augusta Hughes, is warned to appear in this court within thirly days, and answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff, Halsel! and White Furniture Company, Inc., or the same will be taken as confessed. W. I. MALIN^ Clerk 9/22-29-10/6-13 First ship recorded to. be sunk by a submarine was the U.S Navy's Husatonic, sunk by the Confederates off Charleston in 1864. THE WEB—This man is not working on a giant piece of needlepoint. He is feeding * steel rod into a hose'making machine in Akron, Ohio. Goodyear is turning out 35 miles of fuel hose for the Air Force. luring lhat year. The bonds will be callable for payment prior to maturity in inverse numerical order at par and accrued interest as follows: On any interest paying dale from surplus tax collections and surplus lease rentals; on any interest paying dale on or after November 1, 1965 with funds from any source. The assessed valuation for the City of BIytheville, as shown by the last assessment of record, is $15,393,000. The City of Biytheville covenants that lhe revenue derived from the special tax and from the lease rentals in excess of the amount necessary to insure the prompt payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds of this issue and the paying agent's fees as they mature and to establish and maintain a reserve for contingencies in the maximum amount lhat will become due in any year for principal, interest and paying agent's fees must be used to call the bonds for payment prior to maturity at the limes and in the manner herein provided for call and payment prior to maturity. The purchaser must pay the following expenses of the issue: The fee of the bank for authenticating the bonds; the cost of printing the bonds; the fee of Mehaffy. Smith & Williams, llth Floor Boyle Building, Little Rock, Arkansas, upon whose approving opinion the bonds will be issued; and the fee of T. J. Raney & Sons, Commercial National Bank Building, Little Rock, Arkansas, the City's fiscal agent. No contingent provisions may be included in any bid and no bid of less than par and accrued less and pay no more than it interest will be entertained, would receive and pay if the bonds The award, if made, will be on the basis of the aggregate inter- such terms that the rate of in- est on the issue at the rates bid tcrest of the converted bonds for less any premium offered. The sale will be held upon auc- of 1% less than the rate of inter- lion bids and will be held at 1:00 est set forth in the bid of the o'clock p.m., Central Standard purchaser for the same maturity Time on November 3rd, 1960. The sale will be held at Municipal Court Room, BIytheville, Arkansas. Each bidder will be required to file with his bid a certified or cashier's check in the amount of $1,360.00 on a bank that is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, payable to the City of Slylheville, Arkansas, to be kept as liquidated damages if the biddw • awarded the sale of the bonds and faili to complete the purchase. Checks of unsuccessful bidder* will b« promptly returned. No interest will be allowed on good faith checks. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For further information, address the undersigned, T. J. Raney & Sons, Commercial National Bank Building, LtltM Rock, Arkansas, or Mehaffy, Smith & Williams, IHh Floor, Boyle Building, Little Rock, Arkansas. Given tftk nth tfejr rf Oetober, M». cmr or BLYTHEV!LIJE, ARKANSAS By TOLER B. BUCHANAN Mayor matter ol FACT PAGE FIFTEEN ipeaktaft ov next president will be an exception to the rute. Whether it's Nixon or Kennedy, he'« going to be much younger than average. The avenge age tor * president at Inauguration is 55. Only six of the 33 president* took office in their forties. Teddy Roosevelt was the youngest, a "lad" o£ 42. October Special! $2.00 Pull front drum* _ Check linings, wheel cyli,, brake fluid, front-end, and shocks. Pack wheel Br«. Adjust Brakes. Eaves Auto Clinic 6»« I. Main Phone FO 3-<3M MOW CONFUSION DKS MOINES (AP)-A new sign in the Polk County Juvenile Court office h > i police officers scratch- ing their head;. The sign says: "Officers, have your parents here at 9:30 a.m." Court officials explain lhe sign means police officers handling juvenile cases should have the parents of tb« children accompany the youngsters to hearings. -i MUNICIPAL ^.w.fcsJaC; TOU CAN GET THE JOB DONE WITH AMENDMENT 511 Voierj of each city will be given th« rigM|oiVo*», ihemsefm, <M wfc»t Und of city tiny w«nii It't their butine*. ihw eify—«nd only tin* would b« fcMpH " •* •vea& wewssw* NEW IHDUSTRY.FOR YOUR COUNTY? YOU C|M GET THE JOB DONE WITH AMENDMENT 51! Modern Citiai Attract Industry — and Modern Citfei M«»n F Municipal Efficiency. Industry Briny Benefit* to Everybody to £• c ~"' ! HtpRE JOBS ss-lETTER . ., r (OU CANi'lGET THE JOB DONE WITH AMENDMENT 511 "'MORE INDUSTRY Mean Mo>o Job*— and BeHeif Pay. Farm ftrntin Add Cash Jncoma By Talcing Jobs'in Nearby Modern 5 Crtieii GET IT DONE - J VOTE FOR AMENDMENT 51! Vote Nov. 8—And Urge You/Friends To Vote FOR Municipal Improvemefits Vote FOR Amendment 51! * J j!' -''* ky C °TniHe., John HijA^tftgnoYu, Chairman, FOR AmenJmfri SI I >nly at HUBBARD'S 1 6 Hubbards Nine Pieces in a Wide Selection of Colors: Brown, Beige, Black, Red or Green. One price includes all piecest 2 Step Tables, Coffee Table, 2 Lamps, 2 Pillows, Sofa and Chair Converts to a bed at night with convenient storage space for blankets and pillows. Lovely Acetate Fabric In Your Smart Harmonizing Colors 2 Cushion Suite Slightly Higher! HUBBARD & SON Phone 3-4409 FURNITURE Low Down Payment, Easy Monthly Terms, or Fanners Terms, Half Down Now Balance Fall Of '61

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