The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1937 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 20, 1937
Page 6
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PAGE SIX Where Unemployment Benefits Begin RLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUIURR |Sf»l« Which Jlln«ra»loymtnt Btnefiii J»n. .The 21 states shaded on tills map uml the District of'Columbia) scan wilt |, C gin receiving the benefits of their unemployment, ristir- ancc laws. Holing that most of Die- lurge Industrial Mntcs are omnn» thcso who passed their inws in time-to be eligible now for bonclHs government leaders arc interested m how ' well the payments v.-lli .cushion the shock of business recession, The otter M«l M will corn- in iw .similar talents later. • WILL TEST Effect In 22 Slates of Lifting Burden of Skimp Watched )!Y RODNEY DUTCHER Courier Nen- s >Vashiii e (on Correspondent WASHINGTON, Dec. 20. — At least 1.000,000 Jobless persons will "Wily in January for unemployment Insurance benefits under the Social Security Act. Thftt figure Is only n guess, but ofllcihls agree Hint it's as good as any other GIK'SS. Stnle employment offices where unemployed men and women must register for benefits in the 22 states, which begin to pay benefits after the fast of the year, ex- cepl to be sivniiipec!. Pew if any checks will be paid m January. They will begin to pour out In Ptbruary, but probably win not reach full tide until March or April. This fact, should interest those who count on „ prompt now of new purchnslne power and mi immediate effect on Ihe relief situation. Bach state lias a waiting period of two to four weeks, during .winch registrants report to see if jobs can be found for them, before talents can be paid. Large num- fiers or persons not .legally en- lied o benefit..! will apply, „,,<, •he job segregation will be tre- iiiemtoiis. I'ajing Taxes Two Years About 11.500,000 employes are covered i,, th e 22 states by unemployment compensation laws mid another 3,500,000 will be under the system by the time the last state 1939 " E beiients in J»ly. By the end of January the total -mount credited to th/ 22 %i»t£ .'" . tbre Treasury's unemployment OOOnra 1 Wi " bP close <° S5M '0000(10 PO,. lm voar , em have been paying payroll taxes to finance the system, graduated from 1 per cent and 2 per cent to a sUUonary 3 per cent beginning ln though New York places lhr> num- l)«r nt four and Pennsylvania at, one. and there are other exceptions. From 12 to 2fi reck/TV employment within the 52 weeks prior to registration lire required for eligibility for benefits Benefits are to be paid for periods of from 12 to 20 weeks. Iti amounts which usually will be about half a full week's pay per week but lire limited to SIS n week. Each prospective applicant, .says tiie Security Hoard, .should be sure ho has a social security account number. If l, e happens to have worked on a Job which Is covered by the state unemployment compensation law but not by Ihe federal olU-u((c insurance plan, he should nevertheless have .•in account number and can apply for one at the nearest Social Security onice or post office Can II Stand Strain? Application can be filed nt the, nearest public employment oftlcc on and after Jan. 3 mid subsequently should be filed immedlnle- >' upon loss of Job.'state regulations require applicants to report nt certain times during waiting periods to see If other jobs are available for tlie'nC Claims for compensation must, be examined nnd approved before benefits nrc paid, which will mean delay in many cases. Wncthcr or not the unemployment trust fund nnd the stale deposits therein will be nble to stand "if.,f"'" of , thc rush for bcnelHs ulilcli l.s anticipated us a result or rapidly increasing employment since September-mid whether the federal government will some time be asked to make tip tlie iliffer- cjice so that all benefits can be l>aicl, as •happened In Unfflmid— depends.on the length of the depression ami the rate of Incrcas- nnti,°''r t ! ccr ? a '' illl K ""employment. Hotl. federal and state oRlclai* "is far profess to be'entirely optimistic on this score. In order to keep alcohol or other ami-freeze from evaporating-, e ee ", <evci °i K <' wucii seals the cooling i-ystern of , lle automobile, with this valve in operation one filling of anil-freeze should last all winter. • Some Exemptions Btate laws vary In Important, wrticulars. Chief groups generally evciucfal from benefits are agricultural labor, domestic servants public servants and casual labor' Usually employers o f ft «-er than cigiit persons—and their employes —are exempted and excluded, al- delicious Whiter, creamier—doubly HUMJjjO The Dainty Cooking Fat "It's Wonderful" CHOCOLATES 2 POUND BOX BEAUTIFUL "QUEEN MARY" GLASS BONBON COMPOTE WITH EACH BOX OF CANDY ~ Just think of it. A 2 Ib. box of delicious chocolates and a beautiful candy dish FREE.. Eleven varieties of chocolates in a special • Holiday box. Compote is the popular deep pressed "Queen Mary" pattern. 2 LB, BOX CHOCOLATES CANDY COMPOTE FREE WITH EACH BOX L I M t T 3 T Q A C U S T O M E R SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. ."THE PROGRESSIVE STORE" J. W. Shotise phone 35 Wilson H',nry MONDAY, DRfKMRKR 20, IflTT i- The choice ,,f the most discriminating men! You will know why when you see the bemily (if these rich hrocndeil silk Holies, the splendor or <hr- full silk lininxs, the smart sfutwl collar atul wrap (yoimd s(y!f.s. $12M to $20 . "• A btrxe seleclioii of cotn- l'«rla()le .sleeping pitjiinias in f|»ali(y and style thai warrant immediate selection (or your Kifl-tfiviiig! Itroadclolhs, super- line prints, woven madrases. All wiintt'il styles' in si/es A. |{ (.' uml 1). $2 to $;iso ,,-J«,«"» lis « 1 """' 3a EADS 31 S WEST MAD* STREET XV X- \ ^tf^^ Sense and Sentiment /or f/ie lant-minute gift shopper rplfKKIC minutes, wilh a pencil anil this <!if| Guide, and you've done •«• a uerftTl jol, of holiday shopping Take Hit K ifi. s illustrated in this advertisement «„* „( ;l , rnl c. Write under end, article the names of friends and relatives who'd, fret a warm K lnw fro nl such a thouKhlful Kin. After you've made mil. your tisl, Ijri,,,, i( <„ Mead's, Yon' V( , vH y smartly combined souse ivifli sentiment. Say "Merry Christmas" with distinctive Gifts from MEAD'S r t -k 3: In this ffroitt collcclioii nf handsome Arrow Shirts yoii'Jl linil any kind he's hiid his heart set on, in f«brics lit for a hingl Cliamhrays! Madras- es! KrniidcloUis! And, important to every man who demands quality, every shirt carries t'h« im- porlanf Arrow label—an assurance of ([tialily, authentic new siylim; and superior worUmauship. A", • wi. 1 ,{} '.'!•<, $2 - $2S>0 T-. SMART, COLORKUl, NKCKWKAK! Ihni- drcds of the smartest lies you'll see (his year. This line neckwear selected by men for men . . . Ties that men buy for themselves. Stripes, spaced lijj- tires ami plaids . . . silk twills, baratheas, Knulavils and light wools. '••'".' V S7 to $2.50 useful, needed j»if( he'll appreciate. Snowy while lining with •large, sinirlc initial. Also many smarl i-olnreil handkerchiefs of softest lawn. X5c to $1 6: INTliRWOVlCN Socles for Christ mas! Dozens of differoni patterns In choose from . . . u real wrirlhwhile yifl. Silks or lisle lined wool mixtures . . . new mini combinations. .Mr l« $1 8 fS& 7: A WAKDROIH! OF SCARFS. You'll find theni m variety at Mead's—colorful •silk foulards in squares or <>blon».s also while silks for formal wear. ' $1.95 to fl.U0 8,,,.,,,. n ; . t k , ;'* ' J •' "jico——ijir un(J awa> the leader this winter is the now pure wool reefer muffler . . . An'ideal ^i iniar.imee ajmmsf winter co| ( |. $130 - $2.50 q. „ ^- Smart, warm ina.sniline coking Gloves. Every pair tailored under the rigid demands ol the Olover's Ottild. f'i a -skins ( apeskms. Mocha,, Jined f-Ioves Cadet, and regular sizes. &S. 10 It's Christmas Time . . . It's Savings Time . . . at MEAD'S BALANCED BUDGET SALE HART SCHAFFNER s, MARX and MANSFIELD SUITS-TOPCOATS 6 >-. pa® .^r •^g^-^ O .^-•^ nr/\ Single and double breasted lounge and conllnrnlal mnili-1 suits In youthful plaids, stripfs and solid colors. Handsomely lallrvr- rd by Hart SebJffntr A Marx and Mansfleld. Drtss.v dark blue and oxford ftty Topcoats In all wool flcccfs ... all from our Kail and Wlntrr 1937 stock. V v; PorHOtial.'/.ed Hifknk Hell Sets with sin»le or three initial buckles . . . each in handsome sift packa'pe. Kither black or brown belt. Gold or .silver Inidik's. $1.50 to $4 •L *•' lie can step high, wide atul handsome in smart l!ostoni;m Shoes . . . exclusive style and finality, bench-made with new Flexmoro profess. If he's n Mead customer, we know his size. TO. -'•'J- For (he deserving men of action . .. UCATHKK COATS by KNOrF! Hcsuitifiilly tailored of soft quality Suede, Goatskin and Horschiilc with sporl back for swank and freedom of action. $10 to $17.50 r li 12 44

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