The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1948 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 18, 1948
Page 12
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VA Trainees Get Pay Increases .. Allocation* toasted \Jm4et Authority of Now Act of Congress Th« Ltttta Rock oftle* of th« Tttcnux Administration has re- Mind Instructions from Washington for ralslnc »ub>liUnc« pay «aiow»not to T«t«»ni to certain <r»tainc pro»r«m« under • new act at coogmc, Donald p. Owenby, officer In charge of th« BlythevJlle TA offl», said today. A majority at veUrans pursuing toum* in part-time institutional tratota*. Institution on-thc-farm training, »nd other combination ooiirses, will receive. Increased subsistence payments, effective from the first at April, he said. Some veteram 1 cam can b> ad- Justed automatically from Information In.'the Veterans Administration Office. These veterans jrill receive Increased pay for April, May, and June, with their June checks to be delivered about the ' tint of July. Other veterans who qualify and from whom additional Information is necemry will re- oelve Increased pay retroactive to April 1 or the dtle of entry Into training as quickly u their cases eu> be processed. Increased subsistence checks for some ot these Veterans win be mailed about the tlrU o( July, others will receive their Increased pay as quickly there after a* necessary action can be takM. ;. Veteran* who pursue part-time •ouraee In educational institutions •may be ellceble for additional sub- «*«twic* allowance and on-the-Job trainee* may receive Increased benefits under certain conditions, according to provisions of Public taw 51J, 80ih Congress. • The basic rates remain at M5 ' per month for on-the-Job trainees .without dependents, and »90 per month for those wllh one or more dependents. The rates for full-time Institutional trainees remain at ,|7S per month If the veteran has no dependents, »106 per month If •he, has one dependent, or $120 iper month If he hts more' than one ^dependent. Only those 'part-time ^institutional trainees now eligible jfor subsistence allowance will be ^Increased proportionately according >te this scale. A veteran pursi/ig 'an JnsUtutlonal-on-farm training .courses will receive a combination ;of the two rates resulting In nn '.increase of J2.50 per month If he L has no dependents. W.15 per month let he has one dependent, and »7.50 ;per month If h« has more than ione dependent. ! The new Jaw also raised the com- ;blned earnings and subsistence "celling to »210 per month far a vct- leran without a dependent. (210 'Per month for a veteran with one , dependent, and >290 per month i for a veteran with two or more 'dependents. There Is also sllli In effect, however, the provision that a trainee's combined total wanes and subsistence allowance cannot exceed the amount normally paid a trained man In the same tvoe ot work. Tiny Plane Can Cross Country for $12 cwswt Among those from the First Baptist church In Blytheville who expect to attend the meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention In. Memphis May 10-23 nre the Rev.' and Mrs. E .C. Drown, Mr. and Mrs. E. w. Simmons, Mrs H. H Brooks, Mrs. J. H. Scemtin, Miss Pearl Lee, Mrs. joe Wacldy, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Baugh, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Atkinson, Mia niiiie Jean Turk and Miss Hazel Bran- len. The Rev. Mr. Brown Is & member if the Board of Trustees of the Southern Baptist, Hospital in New Orleans and tvlll attend Hie meeting of the Board at the Peabody Hotel May 18, at 7:00 pin. Attending from the Calvary Bap- ist church will be the Rev. mid Mrs. p. H. Jeriiigan, Mr. ami Mrs J. E. England, Mrs. Luclcn Oaincs, Mrs. Vernon Boyri, Mrs. Mabel Lnnsford, Mrs. A. D. McGcc, Mrs Carra Pruitt, Mrs. Thomnj Clark, Ralph Acktfman Named Dominican Ambassador WASHINGTON, May 18. (UP) — fruident Truman yesterday noml- ruted R»lph M. Ackerman or Cnl- Ifornit. i veterun foreign service offictr, to b* ambassador to the Dominican Republic. He also aent lo Ih* Senate the Arm Cordially to Yltit The • Accessory Shop ! Feminine Apparel •! M«bel Hogin Jessie Srile I Hotel Nohl» Bldg. Bl>(heyJlle, Ark. * ™ * Blytheville Glass Co. Hwy. 91 «!4f. Auto Glass Installed While You Wail Safety Glass Window Glass Structural Glass Store Front Metal Plate Glass Mirrors A Complete Glass Service Ah* and D«* Top* W« Ah* Do 3142 A. Slmky, Bill Taylor soars-pcaceluUj over Wichita, Kan., in the new Mooney M-18, new flivver plane powered by an automobile engine. The M-18 weighs only 450 pounds but has a retractable landinz gear and i single-lever control. It can do better than 100 miles an hour, yet the designer claims it can By from coasl-lo-coast on $12 worth of gasoline. Many From Blytheville to Attend Baptist Convention in Memphis nomination of Henry F. Orndv. now ambassador to India, to serve'con- currently as the U. S. rcprcsentu- u-e on Die United Nations Bconom- c Commission for Asiii and the Fa- Kast. Other nominations sent lo the jnalr> included: A. Miles Pratt, New Orleans, rc- >poiiited .'customs collector for i District No. 20 with h«uti|muler.i Mrs. Georgia Hodge and Mrs. Bertie Vnslblndcr. Ten thousand Baptists from 20 stales plan to attend the convention which Is expected to be the largest religious gathering in America In 1348. The convention at Memphis will hear reports of the many agencies supported by It noth in this country and In foreign mission ureas and will plan for future activity the Rev. Mr. Brown snid. s-vnngel- ism Is slated ns the primary emphasis In the years just ahead. Climax or the session will be an evangelistic service Sunday afternoon In Crump stadium by Dr Robert a. Lee, a Memphis pastor and one ol the nation's lending evangelists with 30,000 (iconic'ex- pectcti to attend. The Southern Baptist Convention ts made up,of "messengers" not "delegates." from Uie churches. In that no one carries authority to hind his tvngregation back home to NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will within the time .'ixcd by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues o! the State of Arkansas for a permit lo sell 1 beer at retail at N. Hiway No. 61,' Bly- thevilie, Mississippi County. The urdei.slgiied states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he ha.s never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving -moral turpitude; that no ! license io sell beer by the undcr- , signed has been revoked within five j years last past; and that the un- Uiersig.ied has never been convicted of vloialinr. the laws'of this state or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. ODELL CAMPBELL Subscribed and sworn (o before :ne tint nth day of May. 1818. Mrs. Marshall Blackard Notary Public Commission expires March 3, i 1019. one of cooperation with its evangelistic, educational nml benevolent activities planned In accordance with New Testament teaching and the churches left free (o cooperate or not cooperate ns they choose.' Hint the churches rto choose to co- aiierate Is evidenced by the incl that their gifts exceeded $7.000.000 the Rev. Mr. Brown said. "The unity of the Southern Bap- list Convention Is a modern miracle," or. Duke K. Mccall, cxccu- execntivc committee, said. "With less authority in their organization than the milted Nations possess Southern Baptists have welded together more than 2<i,00o churches With diverse economic Interests running dom the farmor to the financier nml without any appeal to class or race prejudice, more ihaii G.000.000 intilvlduals have COMPARE BEFORE YOU BUY! 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Newman Reese of Benton. state representative of the Automobile Underwriters Detective Bureau, said that Arkansa< was being used as a dumping ground for automobiles stolen by organized gangs In oilier states. Heese said the reason was the Inoperative motor vehicle title law passed by the 1939 legislature. He Iwcxed up hfs assertion with the statement that more than 500 cars stolen annually in other state* were sold In Arkansas. All a thief has to do lo get an Arkansas license plate, Reese said is to pay a fee, show a driver's license and give the Revenue Department the Information necessary to appear on the registration papers. Motor registration numbers are altered, the bogus number is regls- lercd, the papers and license Issued, and the car may be sold. Ex-Convict Is Arrested For Setting Hotel Fire LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 18. 'UP'— A 29-year-old ex-convict was o appear before Municipal Judge Harper Harb today to answer a charge of arson in connection with Friday's fire at the Hotel Gleason lere. Officers said James Melton of Ozark was returned to Little Rock yesterday from his home. The State Parole Office added that Melton 1 had Just completed a two year sentence for forgery and uttering The hotel fire was extinguished before serious damage was done. It started in a rubbish pile. Hon. Dr. K. H. Thornton, Ph O. •uhcnrlbed and aworn to before mt thl* 17 day of May, 1M>. ' ELIZABETH MASON leEAL) Notary Public My Commission expires 4-W-M. NOTICE Notlc* If hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer it retail at 707 Cblckasawba, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude: that no license to sell beer by the undersigned ha* been revoked within five years last past; and that the un- liv yar dersigned has never been convicted of violating th« laws of this «U!e, or any other slate, relating to tha iale of alcoholic loquors. HERBERT A. BURKKTT J» ' ELIZABETH MASON Subscribeu and sworn to before I (SEAL) . Notary Publl. nw Out 11 day of May, 1948. My Commission expire* 4-38-SO. -^^^^^^^^MMMMMiHH^HHi Don't Forget the Big BINGO PARTY W.dnetdoy, May 19, 8:30 p,m. AMERICAN LEGION HUT Prizes Volued Not Less Than $5 All Proceeds Will Go For Building School In Blylhevill* Sponsored by the Ladies of the Catholic Church NOTICE Notice is hereby given that th" mdersigned will within the time ixea oy law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues o/ the State 01 Arkansas for a permit to sell be.-r At ret.Ml at 40« w. Ash St., Blytheville. Mississippi County. The undersigned states that ne s a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has nevsr been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned lias been revoked within five years last past; and that tlie undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relating lo the sale of alcoholic liq- makes its new friends enthusiastic... its old ones loyal. Since 1872, there has never been" enough Yellowstone. 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