The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1946 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 19, 1946
Page 11
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THURSDAY, URCKMBRI UnlimitedPowers Bring Protests University Spends Millions Without Legislative Direction MTILE ROOK. A:k., DOC. 19. *UI } )—The ujjii'nilrd power of the University of Arkansus board of trustees in spending S2.78:>,03U an- minlly during the next two yrai's t-;ime under fire of the pre-lrgisUi- livc' joint budget coiinnittee here yesterday before the proposed figure wits approved unanimously. Principal objection to lumping all budget requests. Including the Uni- ' versily, the Medical School in Little Rock, the Bureau of Research and the Agricultural Extension Scr-' vire, came from Sen. Lee Reeves ol •Hrnnhage. | At, the last session of the lesis-: luuirp, siicclftc appropriation*: \wa made for the various service.? un-l dt-r university supervision. ( ''Under this over-all budget request, could not the b:>.ird do away with die nnreaii of Researcli or the Extension Service?" Reeves asked University Business Manager T, C. Carlson bind siirh could be' possible but pointed out tlie board always has had the authority to eliminate whatever de'JurUncnts it sees fit. | Heads of various departments Including Aubrey Gates of the E>-- lensian Service and Dr ]j o Clic-muilt, dean of the Universitv! Medical School, told the committee' they were satisfied with the way' the budget was set up and that 1 tliey felt they would be taken care of by the board. Funds Suufhl for Riiildm-s Presenting tlie budget request Carlson eliminated S^COOOOO for proposed construction hi n, c sc -_ on a year of the biennium. Tlie proposal win be considered later uy the committee Carlson told the committee the request represented a 60 per' cent increase over the present appropriation while the student enrollment next year cU " lbCC ' "' pcl ' CCllt by Tiie University joined the puttie schools of Arkansas in an attempt lo set surplus funds now in the state treasury by revising the revenue .stabilization act. Carlson said that by extending the a-t to include •i filth category. u,e University would get n per cent of all stale revenue in excess of 530,500 COO I" one item .the University'pro- posed to raise the President's •=«!?,''£-„ m tilc Present Jlo.OSO to S12.DOD a year. The trustees also ask»d th-it S2COOOO a year in welfare funds be sr-t aside to pay fo:- charity cafies at the -University Hospital.' Ill other action, the committee. approved 5247,300 a year for two years for Arkansas State College at Jonesooro. The proposed budget was voluntarily reduced from an original S413.134 a year as compared with a current annual appropriation of 1S5.CCO n year. 10, yT? J\ *' (ARK.) NEWS "exas Farm Delegates in Utah Wreck Scheming Couple Devises Neat Trick, But ft Fatted To Bring Lasting Pear.u MARION. Va., Dec. !9, (UPI . I Officials of a Marion Bank are highly interested today in meeting' — again—a man and a woman whu made a $500 "profit" on a little banking transaction. | The woman deposited $700 in the bank. Then yesterday she with- drew scoo at the same time the • mini was cashing a $000 check at, rnothe- tellers window. Many Never Suspect Cause Of Backaches < poisonous m.ntcr la ri-imin in your Uo™ it n'iycnusen« K giii 8 backiiclii;.thcuou!titiKjm ICE wins, loss of |, e|I «nd «ne rK y.«<..lti n e up niBliU.sivtUi.iB, iitiOinMs under th~ «j. c , hendnchcs anil dizziness. Frequent or <Anlv V ' i,]ney tulic our btooil. Get D We Repair All Make Radios ToYlIcI Chevrolet- Co. Phone 2882 for A Taxi O. K. CAB Give Your Feet a Break with Proper Balance Resoles and Heels of finest Quality HALTERS QUALITY SHOE SHOP 121 W. Main St. Funds Raised tor Negro Day Center on Second St. A total of 5201 was netted from n recent contest sponsored by the Negro rjoyul Brotherhood und Trie Hegro Federated Women's clubs for tlie support, o[ tlie Day Cure Center. G2i south Second. .Muiin TvniiH-ruturrs If we ever do .succeed In flyiiiB to the moon, we'll need rlotliliif for both hot imrt'cuhi weather. On the moon's sunny side, we'll find Iciniicmturcti iiioun,! 200 degrees Fahrenheit \sfliUe o n (he shncly side it will be 250 degrees below zero. 'Hie electrical innnutncUivlne industry covets about no subdivisions and more than 200,000 distinguishable products. ^EEIING |.QCKER!_^^^ ••BBiTTffyTy^PTTTT^^-l TEMP- is HERE VA Office Here Aids 520 Vets In One Month 1 totul of 52o'veterans und mem. 1 »l velemns 1 families visited Veterans Administration office at llij South .Second during •etitber, II was reported this '•nlng liy Wylmin 11. ]>opc of i oltu-e niiilii)> tlie previous uli. 51K1 persons received lnfoi p lion and assistance 111 [lie olfK'e MH'llnitlons lor govc:'iiiiu>ul ben- were prepared for 150 vole- PAQEELByJEM nins last montli a,s compared (o liltt during October uiid to lele- lihone interviews were conducted. Mr, I'ope snId. A number of ulytlievllie vcte- tans lire inking uUvantage ot the Vclermis Administration new KEROSENE AND FUEL OIL Call "The Old Reliable" Voiir Some,. c ,r ^ftfift /llXij "" r K " ur <«- "1 ' """ ;l ""' hllrvl ''« L\!\)7,. Snvl,,. G. O. POETZ MAGNOLIA PRODUCTS "liometowii" dental service program, he snlti; under which cx-scrvlccmen "re eligible te.t dental treatment at government expense If they liavc been, discharges leu than.a yttz Aj:i)llcatlon (or Usl* (CTTicc MM be made at the Bljth«»ffl< VA or- flee. owmfaL DUJMEMP...THE 2-.N-, Rl fRIOER ATW First—there's a built-in freezing locker that quick freezes or stores 60 to 80 Ibs. of frozen foods safely for pionths. Second—there's a huge, purified moist cold compartment that never has to be defrosted With Slerilamp to kUI airborne bacteria, foods stay fresh and moist in uncovered dishes Come see this amazing 2-in-l refrigeraior it's Dual-Temp, built exclusively by Admiral! Follow the crowd* to PLANTER'S! for all your gift sel«ction»— Toyland on Balcony Gift Dept. on Main Floor IIOMH OK VAMOUH IIKANDS PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., Inc. 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Sii-.o.s (i to rj Colors lire .lircnvti, AViiiu and Hkie ipper Christmas Come in today and make your selections from the largest and most Complete Shoe Store in Northeast Arkansas or Southeast Missouri ty Hardware-Electrical Supplies 213 MAIN STREET~ BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS COMPANY Seeds • Harness • Farm Supplie EAGLE STAMPS Boy's House Slippers Keep his IVol warm and LW.V. Mndo with brown plaid uppers *unl padtln'l solos. Hi/.i-s 1 io <j. $1.50 & $2.45 Women's Fuzzy House Slippers Choice of red or blue colors. All SI'XCK. Childrens House Slippers 98c - $1.19 - $1.95 - $2.45 hi fell, plush or fleece. Colors ava Keel. Blue and [>ink. Sixes from little 3 to bij; 3. WOMEN'S COZY HOUSE SLIPPERS Maclo with Iicavy felt uppers — hard leather solos — rub'ocr heels aiifl IcatlKr tips over loos. Colors ;ivo Brown, Rluc. Gray and \Vinc. SiV.os fj In 0. Phone 2342 E STORE 312 West Main Street

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