The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1949 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 23, 1949
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FIWDAY, DECEMBER 23, 10-19 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK ) COURIER NEWS Incrcase in Minimum Wage Brings New Interest in Using Apprentices Jones Calls 1949 'Gratifying' Year U. of A. Presided Soys Many Problems Remain, However FAYETTEVJLLE. Ark.—The 1BI8- 48 school year at t,h c University of Arkansas "was perhaps t) !c mast gratirying of any year in tlie long history of (he institution". President Lewis Webster Jones stated In liis annual tc]ton to the slate. "I do not mean that we did not nave problems." President Jones said iiMhe introduction to thc report, '"rticre were many of them. iconic of them were able to solve, ps«her in part or in their entirety. Others with which v,'e were fiiced din-ing tlie year remain with us to I challenge our ingenuity for iinoth-' said Jolin H. Thompson, 50, died er year—perhaps for several years; instantly. Sims said the accident to come. occurred when Thompson applied ! tils brakes nnd skidded into the luige truck as u. crossed the bridge. 8M50R EVEN 3, HADACOL HELPS ALL AGE GROUPS PAGE THREE LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 24—Since enactment, of the new 75-cents-an- liour minimum wage nnd other amendments to the Pair Labor Standards Act (Federal wage and hour law), employers generally in .Arkansas are showing increasing interest In lliat. section of the law under which apprentices, learners, hamlicajjpi-U workers and messengers may be employed at less than minimum wage. All amendments became effective January 25. Ervic O. Hicks. 209 Post Office Building,. North Little Rock, who represents the Wage and Hour and Contracts Division, U. S. Department of Labor, in Arkansas, has pointed out that the act permits the administration to issue special certificates authorising the employment of these lypcs of workers at sub-minimum wages. Such cer- [ficates, he cautioned, may be issued only to the extent necessary to jrevent curtailment of employment opportunities, and the procedure 'or obtaining thc certificates varies with respect to thc four types of cmplyces involved. "Applications for such certificates are obtainable from the regional office at im Commerce Street,, Dallas, Texas," the wage-hour official said. "Handicapped workers' certificates will be issued by the regional office, but other certificates will be issued only by the national office at Washington. "Handicapped workers' certificates are issued to employers upon presentation evidence that "Any measure of process which takes into account merely the limn- her and nature of problems confronted by an institution is incomplete. The real test of achievement is to be found in tlie opportunities which have been grasped, in the challenges which have ueon accepted." j Tlie entire program of the Uni-' ver.sity—the academic work, the re-1 search activities, the extension pro- | HADACOI, Is good lor all ages, gram, and the program of .student bringing five of nature's B vita- activities was enlarged and im- j proved during the year, he report- | ed. student housing v.^ greatly physical or mental deficiency or Usability, nnd is, therefore, unable •o earn the legal minimum wn^c. .Must Show Disability "Tile certificate will not be granted If thc evidence indicates that thc worker's inability to earn tlie minimum wage results not from such disability, but because of the fact that the basis of payment is arbitrarily too low. or the piece-rate wai;e scale by which he is paid so low Urn I even 11011- hanrltcapped workers hi the same occupation cannot earn thc prescribed minimum. "Learners' certificates are issued u|»u the employer's showing that the occupations in which it is pro- IKised to employ learners arc sufficiently skilled to require a substantial learning period; that ex- 'Smlenl-lcarncr certificates nmy be issued ujxm evidence (hat tin- student-learner is receiving instruction In nil accredited x-hool and Is employed on a imrl-Umc ''•'•'•is In accordance with a botia '"I? training proemm under thc •'.i11HM vision of n State Hoard of Vocational Education or other rco- o^niia'd educational body," Mr. Hi<-k.s .said. WAIT'S GIVES QUICK RELIEF- FROM COUGHS DUE JO COLDS Wondeifull/ affective relief fiom cougln due to eeldl wilh Wait'l Green Mountain (b/and) Cough Syrup. II goal to work Immediately btcauiell'i Uko a doctor'* preicrlplion, compounded of leveial I<!en1iflc Ingiedionlt. Children love taking WAIT'S . . . Only 35c l*— Iwlce at much — economy i!ze — 60e. Atk youi deolcr for V/alfi Green Mountain (bland) Caugh Syrup. 5al!s(ac1fon «r vowr money back. Concrete Culvert Tile Si/rs u|i tu 30 in. Corrugated Metal Culverts Si/ps up In 8! in. Aiitomatie 1'Eoud (<:iles ('ipiHTele Septic Tanks Sli'tal Seplic Tanks Sewer Tile lUM I'ru-ra We Di-llver A.H.WEBB Cl nl Stale Line I'honc 711 mins and important minerals to the young and old alike. Recently the HA.DACOL [oiks received the good news that among the countless thousands who had been crease in numbers and by the addi- i benefited by HADACOL, was B la< -Y <" a >. expanded. The faculties were greatly improved, botli through an in- lion of several highly qualified teachers and research workers. Thc many additions and improvements were made in laboratory facilities. , Added Support Cited , i in pro vc men Us \ve re in ado J possible, President Jones reported,as a result of of the University porgram by thc people of the state. "There LS no mistaking the interest, the .sincere interest, which the (People of Arkansas have in their *"cJnievrsity". he said . . . "That in-i tercet on the part of our people creates a healthy condition for continued growth ami development ol the University of Arkansas." As a result of the increasing support of thc University by the people of the state and additional financial support granted by the 1049 Assembly, thc University will be able to begin offering advanced academic training leading to the doctor's degree in a limited number of fields of study in the fall of I9.i0, Dr. Jones said- Only the first year of work beyond the master's will he given during the first year of the doctoral program. Pull details of (he program will be announced later after studies: now under way are completed, he said, > Many Improvements have been made in the undergraduate academic program, and others are contemplated for the future, he reported. Every phase of the extension program, both of the Agricultural Extension Service and the General f xterLsion Service, have been im- roved andvexpanded at all points possible- Extension centers were opened at Little Rock, Harrison, and El Dorado for benefit o! persons who were unable to enroll as full- time tAidents in the regular college program. Much of the work offered at the centers in both Little Rock and Ei Dorado Is being done on the graduate level. MRS. DOUCET - . Mrs. Edmond Doucet. °< Church picturesque Evangeline section ol L o ti i s i a n a where she was born and has spent all of her life. These friends are happy to know that Mrs. Doucet feels better now than at any lime in I two years and I gives the credit to HADACOL. "I had been sick for nlrnosl j two years and was suffering with gastric disturbances and bloating 1 was run down, had lost weigh! and had to stay in bed most ol the time. T lost courage and fell that there was no hope for me." Mrs- Doucet had tried many preparations without apparenl beneficial result.* when she heard (he glorious news about HADA- COL. "After taking several bottles ol HADACOL I felt like a new person," said Mrs. Doucet. "I eal anything I want without ill effects and sleep well. I feel much stronger." Mrs. Doucet was suffering from H lack of B vitamins and HIP minerals which HADACOI, contains. _HADACOL comes to you in liquid form, easily assimilated in the blood stream so that it car go to work right away. It is easy to understand, therefore, whj countless thousands have been benefited by this amazing tonic HADACOL. So it matters not how old yov are or who you are ... it matter: Contractor is Killed BENTON, Ark., Dec. 23—f/Py—A Benlon contractor \va.s killed Instantly when the light I nick he was driving collided yesterday with a heavy trailer truck on a bridge near here. Saline County Coroner Jitn Sims not where you live or if you haw tried all the medicines under (ht sun, giro this wonderful prepara lion HADACOL a trial. Don't gc on suffering. Don't continue to lead a miserable life. Many persons who have .suffered ant' I waited for 10 to 20 years or even longer, are able now to livt hsppy, comfortable lives because HADACOL supplied the vitamim and minerals which Iheir system' needed. Be fair to yourself. Temporary relief is not enough for you! Give HADACOL a trial! Kiity Drug Store Christmas 1954! Five years hence and H is only Hie beginning for a 1919 General Electric Refrigerator. Give (he gift wilh a real future of pleasure, convenience and hnppy, dependable refrigeration. .. A GliN- KKAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR! 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