The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
Page 11
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THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 13,1949 K.TTHBVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS U. of A. Big User Of Disputed Cash Two-Thirds of Fund* Contested by Satin* County Lawmaker LITTLE ROOK, Oct. II. (A*) - Appro*iriut«l y two third, of the Umy«»it y at Ark»n«u revenue In h« Jlsc.1 yt»t was in cash funds, the aut« Comptroller'* Of»« revealfd In »n audit y«st*rd»y. Comptroller L« Roy Be«l»y p!«c- •d ''the university's revenue from •11 »urce» durinj the year at V!,- H* said that of this total (2,118,- i*l-1l was st»U allocated; the remaining M,«0,*8042 was in cash 'und*—receipts from (tt», federal gap's, sal«, charges, etc.. not dl"W' r allotted gy, or expended under. st«te .legislative aproprlation. Use of cash funds has been attacked in the courts by R«p. James A. Oipson of Saline County, who charges they are unconstitutional. The cate now U pending before the •upreme court on appeal from Pul«ski Chancery Court which rejected Qipwn's petition that 34 state Institutions including the university, he enjoined from operating cash funds. - ,The aproximate $7.000,COO inconie total includes $1,226,791.30 in non- budget accounts. Non-budget accounts are those of which only part of the earnings is considered Income of the university and is only partly used for regular operating expenses of the university proper. Largest of these non-budget accounts was the athletic, fund, which had an income of 1344,241.45 and showed a net profit of »1,276*>. The university book store had an income of f210.432.96 and showed a net profit O f »4UH.72. On June 30, IMS, end of the period covered by the audit, the university had » total unaprooriated current surplu* of tl,268.241 96. Changes in Store, Chancellor Tells British Laborers LONDON, Oct. 13, (AM - Sir Stafford 'Cripp* served notice on British worker* ye*t«rday that *ome may have to five up their present jobs and go to work !n dollar-earning industries. , "We now have a greatly improved oporptunlty to get Into the dollar markets, which we must *elae," the chancellor of the eicheQuw told a news conference". ' "That will undoubtedly -entail • some change in oar pattern of employment." ! During .the war the government exercised the right to direct British working men and women into Jobs where they were most needed. The government still his the right but hu not been using It. Crlpps did not say it intends to use it again, but he did say: • "Full employment does not and can never mean that every individual job is guaranteed for ns long as the present occupant wlshe* to stay in it. That would be industrial stagnation." Employment in British at the end of July totalled 22,200.000. cxcliNiing members of the armed forces, the chancellor said. This is one per cent greater than a year ago. The num- ner of unemployed is around SOO,000. Cripps said production In Britain is rising steadily. For the last 12 months, he said, it has jumped 25 per cent, compared with the 1946 average. v New, Cheap Way Of Travel Found Arkansan PROVIDENCE. R. I, Oct. 13— W —Gentlemen of the road — hoboes to the uninformed — have a new racket for getting from hither to yon, without the vulgar exchange of cash fares. Or had. After Tuesday night, it may be different. C New Haven Railroad trainmen Oerned of the fresh approach alter • trainman in new London spotted a man .elimbint aboard the fiol- anUl;Expr«M just u it was pulling out. 'Th*' train was searched In Westerly No non-paying fares were discovered. When it reached this city, it nas Muxbed afain — but thoroughly * , t Sorneoiw' remembered ' the /train had a double-dieael unit, with qai rab unoccupied. They looked there, found one Oharle* T. Brown, of Pine Ridge, Ark., in comfortable privacy In tht engineer'* big 'Upholstered arm chair. Before they hauled Brown off to the lockup on * charge of evading yaynxnt of fart, railroad police xade a mental note to inspect • double dieMl Job* hereafter at each atop. Jury Sweats Out rjl Jurist Sweat OKLAHOMA cmr, Oct. is. •(*•»— The enth-e Oklahoma County Brand Jury helped member John A. Orcutt aweat. out the arrival of. the stork Tuesday. ' Orcutt reported for Jury duty, then asked, ta be excused so he eould flag the atork in. The Jury watted, and waited and waited for Orcutt's return. • In the Jury room, they paced the floor. And in the hoapital, Orcutt paced the floor. Finally, eight hours later, the storV arrived with eight pound boy. Re wa» named William Allen Orcutt. The jury dtomissed Tor the day, and decided to subpoena Orcutt to ihow up today with a box at cigara. Srtyder Predicts Great Prosperity For United States PHILADELPHIA, Oct. «—(«>)— When the present strike situation la over the United States Is In for the greatest period of prosperity it has ever known, secretary of the Treasury John W. Sn.vder declared. Snyder spoke here Tuesday night before the sixth annual correspondent bank meeting of the Pennsyl- valnia Company for Banking. The Secretary said that when the official figures are released In R few weelcs they will reveal that the national income In September was the highest on record. He was optimistic regarding the nation's economic situation. "H is one o( the finest we have ever known," Snyder said. Snyder pointed out that in addition to more than *200.000,000,000 of income, people of the country have an additional »'!00,000,000.000 In liquid savings—money In the bank, cash, and savings bond: while private business has working capital of another W5.000,000.000. Thieves Put Make On Bradfey Sketch CHICAGO, Oct 13 (API—An unfinished charcoal sketch of general Omar Bradley was sfalen from artist Guy Rowe Tuesday night. The theft was reported by Hilton Orant, Midwest representative for the Oxford University Press which U publishing "In Our Image," in which Rowe paintings appear. Police said Grant told them the Bradley sketch, a topcoat, some photographs of Bradley, and a suitcase were taken from the car while he and Rowe were dining. Grant reported the theft bec«u»e Rowe had to catch a train lor New York. : ••.. .';..•• Some scientists believe the Interior of the earth consists of jellylike substances. • FOR SALE TWIN GABLES CLUB See me personally «r Phone 3984. J. J. 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