The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1947 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 11, 1947
Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, JUNK n, 1947 BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS KenateOKonAid |to Schools Seen Two Top Republicans Look for Passage of Minimum Standard Act Ky MAUKKKN GOTIIUK | United Press Stuff Cori-espondenl) SlijjMOTON. June 11. (UP) — I MO Top'ffcpubllcaiis in the 3e:i- Itc Wellarc Committee lodjiy look- II for Senate passage t)ii s year of I bill to set a nilninium cduc'aHiui |:andard in schools with $300,009,|)0 a year in federal aid. Seas. Irving M. Ives, n., N. Y., |:id George D. Aikcn. R., vt., said Innmlltce approritl was assured. 1 hey expected Ihe Senate to tul- ] w up with an okay before qui'.l.ini! | »' the summer. Sen. Koncrt A. Taft, R , o.. clinlr- aii Of (lie lop policy commiUje Md one of the authors of Ihc bill. I dd the policy group still, has lo l-cidc whether the bill will make lie deadline for Senate action this I ;ar. 1 Aikcn, chairman of the- Welfare lubcoininitlcc which approved tlie 111 Monday, said the measure -.vou'.il 1 ake an Excellent contribution ic I ir educational system which now i 1 is its back against Iho wall." \ I The bill is designed lo CA) brlni- |wut a inlniininn state cxiicndi- of $50-pcr-ycar-|)er-stud?!il, I id (B) Equalize educational op- 1 irtunltles by apportioning fc<i»"nl lymcnts according to state in- I 'Hies. The poorest states would xct 1 ic biggest per-student payments. According to subcommittee 11- I ires, annual state expenditures lor Ihication now range from S42.GS | :r student in Mississippi to $185 in M^£mmn Payments Set I Tile Federal purse would bolster I1 state.'*» p ilh yearly payments of I least ?s per child in the 5-W I ;e group for aa "adjustment" pc- 1 3d of four years. I During this period Mississippi I )uld get about $28 50 per student I id New York the Sr> minimum, I cording to subcommittee liguies. I States which have not raised Jcir yearly expenditures to the S50 j irk at the end of four years would come ineligible for further re-i- I il aid. I States above the $50 mi' I )uld become ineligible unless thoir 1 nual education expenditures equ- I cd two-per cent of their income 20 ner student. e bin would tic no strings to I lie use of federal funds exccp", 1 specifying that they go for cur- I it expenditure^ to be itemized federal rceords. lie question of using federal I nds for private schools would .be I t to the discretion of the dl.ilos. I It was on this point that S=n. j rrest c. Donncll, R.. Mo. cast I ; lone dissenting vote in the ~iib- I nnnittee yesterday. Donncll op- 1 scd any federal aid to private lools. f I The bill ^<W(1 reriuirc, however. Churches Urged To Aid Laymen In More Fields • BOSTON, June 11. (UP)—The Christian Church has done "little, If anything" to help the layman meet the everyday problems of business and community life, accord- lug to Ally. Charles P. Taft of Cincinnati, president ot v Hie Federal Council of Christ in America. The 49-year-old lawyer, first lay president of the council, addressed some ^OO ncrsons at a $50-a-plate dinner last night marking the 45ih anniversary of the establishment of the federal council organization in Massachusetts. "The church has done it s job fn serving humans who face the problems of birth and death and .sickness and sorrow, who strug- Ble with Lhelr children and their family relations and Hie worry of Hie daily Iroubles of exislence.'' Tafl said. , , Relief Director that public schools maintained fot minority groups receive a "jusl anti equitable" proportion of 'federal funds and Ihe $50 minimum. Federal payments ill excess ol $5 a year would be based on a snip's student population in the 5-17 year group and its annual income. Richnrd F. Allen w;is named by President Tinman to administer llic new SMO.OOO.UGO-Ainericaii foreign iclief program which will replace UNIillA. A former Hcd Cross executive. Allen in u consultant on relief in the Stale Department. Hard Times Hit Once Thriving Hot Night Spots CHICAGO, June 11. (UP)—Chicago's largest nightclub, the 6»udy Copacabana, closed its doors today, a victim of bankruptcy and llio nightclub recession. The closlnc was ordered by fed- rul bankruptcy Referee William N. lacChesncy, who ordered It sold I auction June 24. The club had peratcd for two weeks under re- elvershin. The original owner, Sam ninclla, lotl voluntary bankruptcy pio- ccdlngj three weeks ago but ask- d to be allowed to remain as nanacer. The request wa.s denied fter Crooner Rudy Vnllce peti- loncd for appointment of a re- clver. Valee charged tlic club failed to >ay him almost $10.000 in salary or n week's engagement. The Copacabana, which cost nil limalcd $500.000 to build, was or- icred closed after John Clmlz, ap- pointed by MncChesncy as receiver' said lie lulled lo raise 15,000 necessary to mate up losses lor the week. H Chalz said the club hud to take lu «14,OCO 11 week to meet expenses Palestine Manhunt Ends; Kidnaped Officers Found, PAGE ELEVKM Announcing the Opening of the New E.B.C. CLUB Largest in the South Seating Capacity 500 Highway 18 BIytheville Special June 17 Johnny Long and his 10-Piece Band with ANITA NANCE i Singer 9 'til 1 Make Reservations at Club E. B. Chifwood JERUSALEM, June 11. (UP) — Two British policemen kldunpoi\ from ft swLnmiing pool lu ix Tel Aviv sufcm-U nl dusk ycslerdiiy wci« found lortny by a in'llltary patrol. The |>ollri'mcn were found near Tel Aviv. The first reports of the discovery contained no details whatever. The kidnapping had touched otf one of Palestine's foiBKejl man- Iinuts, lu which the llagnna branch of the Jewish Underground Joined forces with llic British, it was m allRiiment unprecedented In u sil active ease of major violence The men wcic found lu Klrla Shaul, n sulnirl) of Tel Aviv Inhabited mainly |jy oriental JCWM Exprrl Robert Spring, once n clerk In Washington, |D. C., unit n famous 'orui'r, niHile such Intcre.'itlpK copies of George Wnshlnnton's slgna- luro that, they now Inivc iv value of their own among autograph col lectors. of Arkansas for i permit to wll this state, or any other itat*. ii- •NOTICE •Notice Is hereby Riven thai the miclcr.slKncd will within the lime fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Kovonucs of the State beer at retail at 600 West A»h St., Dlythcvllle, Arbansw, MUrtmlppi Counly, The undersigned states that he U a citizen of Arkansas, of food moral character, that h« hu nerer been convicted ol a felony or othtr i-iline Involving moral turpitude; Hint no license to sell be«r by the niideislKned h&s been revoked wlth- Iji five years* last past; and that ,1116 undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of UUnt lo the sale' of uort. 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Our Mercury-skilled mechanics will adjust the brakes . . . check wheel alignment and steering connections . . . adjust •windshield wipers, headlights, horn. Here's a. Safety Service package that will pay you big dividends in pcace- of-mind driving these spring days. Come in soon ... be service-wise with Mercury Service. Benjamin Moore and Devoe Reynolds STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. 112 Walnut St. Phone 3479 It's A Pleasure Redecorating -With Real Planning- Let Us Help You * In Your Home * At Our Store -No Obligation You'll Find These Famous Names at Our Store: • Arkansas Aluminum Awnings • Canvas Awnings and Metal Screens • K-M Venetian Blinds • Kentile Asphalt Tile • Pel la Rolled Screens •' • National Window Guards • Aquella Waterproofing Paint • Fina-Foam Rug Cleaner "Your Wallpaper Style Center" DEAL'S PAINT STORE WALLPAPERS 109 East Main Street Phone 469

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