The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1949 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWg Rights Defined For Unemployed Rate of Pay Hinges On Wage Credits For Previous Year Benefits under the Arkansas Employment Security Law are payable only to clipible workers who have sufficient base period v.nce credits earned for work in insured employment, J. M. Cleveland, manager of the niyllievllle office of the Arkansas Employment Security Division said today. . Generally, he said, in.sured employment means work where one or more persons are employed in an industrial, commercial or service establishment, nr for an employer already subject to thr- Frrieral Unemployment Insurance I,nw. "While waso credits of $2]f) imiy entitle an otherwise eligible worker to a minimi in; unemployment Insurance benefil of $7." the rnanugcr pointed out, "u'iitfe credil.s of at least Sf560 are rocmired to qualify for maximum benefits of $2?. Wape credits arc counted on a yearly basis. The current benefit ye^r he^an on the first day of i JH!V. A claim for benefits filed on j or between July 1. I'M!) anil Sep- > lember 30. 1050, will be based on j \Vn£os earned in ihe prrind becin- i ninpr April I, 1958 and eiuUnft I March 31, W4D." i Other rrciiiirptnrnts for rlfeilii]- Uy under Arkansas laus arp th;il the claimant be ItivnlitnLirJIv mi- rmployrd ami rrgistrml (or work with Die Arkansas Kmnlovinmt Security T)i vision, lie niusl lie able and available for work and be actively seeking work l»y his own efforts, Mr. CtcvcLiiiiI salil. • For reason of public policy, certain types of services arc excluded j from coverage mirier the. [nw. Fnr! Instance, railroad worker. 1 - are not covered as thev are already insured under the P'ederal Railroad Retirement Act. Other major services nnt covered by the ArV: isas law are: povei 1 ti- nient employment, be it federal, state or any of its sub-divisions; farm labor; domestic work in private homes, college clubs, frulcrni- ties or sororities: religious, charitable, or educational organizations. "Even with all exclusions," Mr. Cleveland said, "approximately fio per cent of all wage and salary earners in Arkansas arc protected by unemployment insurance." of SWEEPING THE CITY CLEAN—Even llio wind in Ihe Windy City or Chicago won't blow this stuff awny. Tho?c nre millions ruUliey vilio.se r.-u-rossos me litterin-i up Ihe ^idpv.-alk in front >f a lakeside restaurant. Seems the Hie-; wore attracted by the >ii<;M IIK'US of the tiiK city bill balled then lirruls aKainst the wall ryjnf; to Ret lo thrm, Now Mrs. [,. Herl/bcrt, ivho owns the resuiur.ini, is stuck with the job at cleaning up the mess. "Eighter from Decatur" to Welcome Tourists to North Texas Municipality DECATUR. Texas.. July 20. 'API Filling station operators and — "EishHT ironi Decatur. the conn- I n>.s[;im;mt owners cli.siiKice that ly scat of Wise" was the polnl. Tliei ( hi.s is imdismifiert tomfoolery. They . . \ay the fact Hint tourists stop 1« e j the sisn means busltie.s-s. see The delta of the Rhone River vas the granary of Home's Icpions in Gaul, but later was given over to stock raising. mayor of Decninr made it livlcc Crap.shooters the world over are advised the city council faded Syl | nnhiii- his Ions service n.s mayor, lliirdwicfc's tdea to erect a siuii with i Calvcn i'. Dnri.son kept up the old this popular pica in bold words. isijn at his own expense. Harrtwlck One sjcn will be built on the east i sucfrerfed Dodson last year. skie of town. ihe. clher oji tlie west, j The new si^ns are to go up right Both will Ije on U.S. Highway 81. j away, where all can see [hem. Hardivick wanted Just one new .-ign to replace a signboard near the riiil.vay stalion. But a.s .some dice players luivc found vhcn tlie>' intotied the in- cantatio:i while trying for the point of eiyhl, the mayor ran into hick. The council enthusiastically decided to put it* nlfir.lnl stamp of approval twice on the fame this north Ttxa.s town ha.s won among cifip.shooters the world ovet. Since tlie old sisn was put up. louriMs have .stopped by it for pic- '"' '" ' -I Society Burglar, Gerard Dennis, Gets Jail Sentence WHITE PLAINS. N. Y., July 20. '/Pi—Handsome society burglar Cierard Dennis was sentenced yesterday to 18 years to lift in prison. The 29-yeir old, Canadian-born Dennis, acensed of » $600.000 chain of burglaries reaching from New York to Hollywood, had pleaded guilty to seven counts. Westchester County Judge Klberl T. Gallafiher gave him 18 years to life on each count bill specified that the sentences run concurrently. Dennis was arrested In Cleveland last February on a tip from Gloria Horowitz, pretty 22-year old model who said he had asked her (o pawn jewels for him in Philadelphia. In Dennis' Beverly Hills. Calif., apartment police found another pretty girl, former Toronto schoolteacher Betty Ritchie. 24. along will) $120,000 worth of Jewelry, lurs and other valuables. Miss Ritchie was acquitted last April on a charge of receiving stolen property. Police said a list found In Dennis' possession indicated he planned lo burglarize Ihe homes of Jack Benny. Bette Davis. Dorothy Iji- mour and other Hollywood celebrities. Dennis, nattily dressed in a tan si'tnnier .sail, stood handcuffed to a deputy sheriff, with head bowed. BS Judce Gallagher pronounced sentence. Gallagher (old him he never could hope to be released from prison unless (he State Parole Hoard was convinced he would behave hhn/elf. FOR -WORMS Contact with Live Cable Seriously Hurts Lineman POUT SMITH. Ark.. July 20. M>l —An electric company employe was binned seriously when he accidentally touched a live cable here yesterday. George W. Hatdcastle. 20. member of an Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company crew, was working on a substation installation when he touched the cable. He collapsed, tallins free of Hie cable. Two fellow workers carried him j down (roin the substation platform • ""d he WKS taken lo a hospital. I ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. BUY NOW AND SAVE! SALE ENDS JULY 30th (AND OLD TIRE) DEFIANCE 60016 PLUS TAX BRAND NEW-GENUINE BE Goodrich Two Men An Charged In Death of Girl, 15 VAN HUHfc'N, Ark., July SO. «•>— Charges were film against two men today In connection with the death of a young farm girl who« body WEDNESDAY, JULY M, 1941 wu found bnldt » highway o«ar Uw Mulberry Community. Informations filed In Circuit Court here by Prosecutor Dave Par- Uln, Jr., accused Jack Perklni, 27, «nd Eugene H»rrl«, ll. of manslaughter. Harris also wig charged with carnal abuse. Th« b»dly brulwd body of Thelma Ruth Bohannon, 18, was found by her mother beside U. 6. Highway Perkins and Harris were quoted by Sheriff L. C. Moore as saying they were driving the girl to her home Wednesday night when she Jumped or fell from board of their truck. the running Eggs of almost all birds »nd ot some reptiles and fish are or have been eaten by men In some part? of the world. TIRES • Backed by lifetime guarantee. • Wide, full depth non-skid tread. • Price reductions on other Defiance sizes also. B.F.Goodrich 417 W. Main Phone 6331 YOUNG MEN OF BLYTHEVILLE MAKE YOUR In th« U.S. Army RADIO and ILECTRONKS COMMUNICATIONS MIDICAL SERVICE CONSTRUCTION MECHANICS FOOD SfRVICi th« U. S. Air Fere* AIRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY RADAR NAVIGATION AERIAL GUNNERY AIRPLANE PILOT AIRPLANE MECHANIC U. S. ARMY t U. $. AIR FORCE RECRUITING STATION City Hall Blytheville, Arkan:cj NEI S $emf-jln/tua/ S * " r imt^t *b~_t ' if ' ' * t <" ' V - -4 t i—,' .r^T .** - 27 » Entire Stock of Summer Merchandise Regrouped for Quick Selling Womeni Summer Gowns Karon Irii-ol knil and bafisle. In while, pink, blue, maize, orchid and nile. 00 A ONE-DAY SELL-OUT!! ! Hurry! Hurry! Get Your Share of These Cash & Carry Values. — ON SALE TOMORROW 9:00 A. M. — « U J<,oior WASH SUITS One or two-piece group also includes sun suifs and jimmies 1 33 WOMEN'S BATHING SUITS ENTIRE STOCK. REDUCED ONE & TWO PIECE STYLES 00 Entire Stock Man* STRAW HATS Your Choice I • / / Chifdrens & Girls BATHING SUITS I CHOICE OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK! ONE & TWO PIECE STYLES 00 SUMMER SHEERS ENTIRE STOCK RE-PRICID ! ! ! Drjfterl Swiss • Dimit.vs ft iSlusiins IN A WIDE SELECTION OP PATTERNS AND COLORS AT AN UNHEARD LOW PRICE! 29 YD. Childrtns Sondolt $1.77 I Mens & Boys SWIM TRUNKS CHOICE OF ENTIRE 1 00 STOCK ONLY I Wom«n§ Canvas Shots . . $1.00 Men* Button Shoulder SUMMER UNIONS Pint Combed Col Ion Knit Sizes 38 to 11. 50c Women* Summer Shoes $1.77 ENTIRE STOCK Mens Summer Weave DRESS SHIRTS ('rnufi includes solids, white; 133 and slripes. Limited quantity. 1 I I Our Entire Stock MEN'S SUMMER WEIGHT DRESS PANTS 488 Cool, Tropical Weave Rayons in Tan, Grey, Brown and Green. 3 ONLY MENS SUMMER SUITS 00 Mens Fine Ties S0< Cool Creose- Resistont Rayon Hurry! ! ! ! 10 » t

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