The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 8, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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FACE TWELVH U.S. Job Agency Gefs$135Million HOUM Committee Will Raise Amount If Need Is Seen WASHINGTON, March 8. WJ— The House Appropriations .Committee, noting an upward trend (n jobless figures, today approved »135,OCO,000 for the Bureau of Employment Security for the j'ear 'starting July 1. And If that turn* out lo be too little for Ihe next fiscal year, the committee said, It will rahe the limit to »157,500,000. But the group said that, despite the rise in Ihe number of Jobless, employment pros pec Is "appear rel- allvely good" for the coming months, : The fund Is used for grants to •tales for handling unemployment compensation programs. The agency got $130.CKK>,000 for the current year. Another $10,000,000 grant is awaiting Senate, action. The unemployment fund Is one of the large items In a $2.211.794.085 money bill 'the committee sent to the House floor for debate tomorrow. It would finance the rjibor Department, federal Security Agency, National Mediation Hoard and Ballroad Retirement Board. Th« bill also carries $106,70,300 In contract authority for the FSA, for which later approprialions may be made. Nearly Meets Requests Altogelher, the amount the committee mane available is less than one per cent below Ihe President's budget requests. By,agencies, the bin carries these e«sh allotments: Labor' Department, $16.550.000. Federal Security Agency. 81.418.426.585, n cut of $23,055,400 from budget estimates. National Mediation Board. S928 500 as requested. Railroad Retirement Board, $715889.000 as requested. The measure would let the Labor Department expand Its statistical surveys and restore Its program of training state ficlciy Inspectors. In addition. It provides for expanded activity in (he fields of mental health, cancer *nd heart disease research; an eninrKfd vocational rehabilitation program- and continuance of nationwide nntl- tubei-culosis x-ray tests, The committee approved for the > Bureau of Veterans' Reemployment rights the. full budget estimate of $270,000—$62.500 more than congress voted for this year. Spokesmen for veterans groups has lestl fled that there are about jBi/YTHBVtUJS (ARK.) NUWB Gir! Scouts Qualify for Cooking Badges i •* • ~. *.- ~——--• — - '"•"^ Ten Gir! Scouts were scheduled o receive cerliflcales entitled them lo the Girl Scout Cooking Badge this afternoon, after having completed a cooking school, sponsored by the Arkansas-Missouri Power Company in the all-electric'kitchen at the company's Blythcvlllc Office. Similar classes, conducted over a live-week period, are now in progress for other Girl Scouts. Tins week 135 Girl Scouts In Blytheville are celt'l)ralitiB Birlhdiiy Week, and have special services planned for a festival Friday night. The week started with the srouji Htlending serviecs at Hie First Mcthodlat Church Sunday. Pictured above; Hell lo right) ! Mr.5. Olcjin O. Liukl, president of j the Lone Troop Scout Associalilcm I in Blythevilln, Peggy Ellcse, Liirmi ! HOUSE Continued Prom Page I. Senate providing that the licenses will not be revoked (or such un- Sfillsllert Judgment If the person against whom Die Judgment was Issued lakes out n liability Insurance policy. The House nlso completed legislative notion on B bill setting up B Water Pollution Composed of seven members. Three members would be appointed by the governor and the other four would represent Ihe Stale Health Board, the Grime and Pish Commission, the Oil and Gas Commission and the Resources and Development Commission. Reverses Vote Tlif House has reversed ilself on financing Governor McMalh's new lax commission. late yeslerdny it passed 82-11 K bill to appropriate $86.000 annually for Ilie new three-member agency "•Inch ,dll take over (us duties formerly performed by tlie Public Service Commission. The House nlso npproprialed another $31.000 lo fiimncc the agcnty lO July !. Last Friday, Hie large,- bill was -•-'enlcd. although the bill author- construction and general health parently are not In a poM(lok' 1 \'o laice advantage of larger grants. Grand Jury Probing Spy Arrests Recesses NEW YORK. March 8 i,r,-A federal grand jury probing Ihe Infest spy mystery was in recess today lo perinil the government lo organize Us case apainst n Brooklyn girl and a Russian Engineer. Tile prosecution hopes lo obtain Indictments by Friday against Jlm . »h Coplon. 27. an employe in the Internal Securily Division of the Department of justice, and Valentin A. Gubltchev. 32. Soviet engineer on the Uiilled Nations secretariat stuff. The two accused principals remained in their cells yesterday as the Federal Bureau of liivrstlsn- tlon began tellinR Us story of the alleged Intrigue. money would be divided equnlly «monn counties qualllylng with lhis out, of the W ay. the House made other huge appropriations including STOO.OOfl for a fleldhousc at (he University of Arkansas. A second hill Involving a larger BABY CHICKS HcaKliv, Siur<ly • Huy the Rest' « Masl-er Mix Feed Xinip l''ijit<r Lewis Poultry JCUSAMDS CF INVISBU , N A oil LAST 10NGK Horner, Carol Ann 51 oil, Ann Hester, Patricia Weaver, Nancy Hamby, Itoonda Eaton, unda Taylor, Giulya StiUvetl, Mary Kay Cralton and Miss Mildred Hagcrman, home economist at Ark-Mo. The .scl-.oo! was conducted each fcaiurday altcrnoon by Miss Haoer- man and M | Ss Mill , y 1/)U >„„,,„„ also an Ark-Mo home economist, ' SENATE Realtors to Meet The niylheville Heal Estate Board will meet al fi:30 tonight a!, '. Hotel Noble for Ihe regular dinner-meeting, F! K Joy nor. president, announced Lodny. of William Ihe Silent Prince Grange, freed the Netherlands from ipaln and Is held by the Dutch n Ihe esteem given George Wnsh- 'igton as father of his country. imount for livestock shows was lassed without discussion. This one would appropriate $650,000 out of '•he stale construction funds for itate, district and county shows I'he slate show would receive $410-I 000. four district shows a total (if 5200.000 anrt county shows S-SOOOO or premium money. Several oilier budget bills were.- insscd. Including one of S26.000000 nnualty for the Stale Education 3eparlmeiH. Another would approbate $25.000 annually [or the Child I Welfare Division of lhc Veterans lei-vice Office. A Senate bill lo permit consoli- lalion of school districts across •oiuity lines was defeated Obituaries Mrs. Joe Henderson, Widow of Farmer, Dies _ Rites for Mrs. Joe Henderson, to, of Varbro will be conducted at •»••« I'-ni- tomorrow at the Church of Christ in Blytheville by Ihe Hev. E. W. Slorall, pastor. Mrs. Henderson died this morning at the walls Hospital, where she had been a patient since reb 7 Stic »'iw born In Holland. Mo., but had made her home near Yarbro for Hie past 20 years. Her husband was engaged In farming there before his death in 1345. Mrs Henderson is survived by two step-sisters, Mrs. Multle Young or Arbyrrt, Mo., and Mrs. Betsy Warren or Memphis Tcnn P.-illbearcrs will include: J E Krecl), Herbert Mnlllns. Floyd Ash i-nrnest French, Johnnie Williams ami Boss Samford. The Holt Pimei-Hl Home will be in charge of arrangements, and burial will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Continued from page I chamber considered House amendments to a bill to put liquor and beer under Die two per cent sales As originally passed in the Senate, the bill allotted the first $750,000 of revenue for the purchase of voting machines. The House cut out this allocation and directed that all the money go to the State Apportionment Fund. The House WHS critclzed by two Senators who took opposite views on the amendments themselves when the bill came back to the Senate—Ernest Maner of Bentojj who urged that the Senate reject the amendments and James p. Baker, Jr., of West Helena, who said ihe Senate might as well concur. Maner said a "few members of the House have formed a bloc against every piece of progressive legislation," and Baker bad something to say about "a few obstructionists" in the House. Whatever its views of the House, • he Senate voted In the end to concur In the House amendments. The Senate passed an enabling -111 for a $28,000,1)00 Grand prarie Irrigation project, and sent it to the House. An Improvement district which would be created would .be allowed to contract with the federal government for irrigation canals i n (he rice producing section of Grand Pnlrie. Okayi Volinr Machine Election• The Senate pawed bills authorizing counties to vote on whethe they »lsh to buy voting machines and placing some 1,600 addltlona common carriers under the Publl Service Commission. A bill levying a 25 per cent ne profits tax on wholcsal* liquo dealers also was approved. It now goe.5 to the House. Other bills passed would: Authorize cities to set up commissions to establish and supervise markets for farm products; Authorize creation of Improvement districts to establish four- year colleges In cities of the firs class; Change dates of municipal elections to conform with biennial general election dates; Require registration of persons drilling water wells; and, Define a standard cubic foot of gas In Arkansas to standardize measurement In gas fields of the staj.e. Churchgoers Rewarded WEWOKOO, Okla. (U.P.)—Hor- ace Bradley Is convinced that going to church pays. He and his wife were safely In church when lightning struck their home, knocking a hole In the roof and piaster from the celling. In 1840 several women, including Quakeress Lucretia Mott, were sent .o a World's Anti-Slavery Convention in London, but were not permitted to take their seats. 4-5 Qt STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY • THIS WHISKEY II 4 TEARS OLD 86 PROOF • BEIMONT DIST11UNG CO., IAWKENCESURG, IND. LIGHTWEIGHT In Your Budget Corner...... But a heavyweight in performing a host of daily chores He's icvrific! He's colossal! He's ihe champ. Yes sir, when il comes lo performing a multitude of heavy duty jobs around lh c house, farm, or slore, Redcly Kilo\vaU is always in (here punching! Avound-lhc-clock, around-the-calcn- clar - Rcddy docs a p^>\ver-ful lot of work. A real heavyweight when it comes to pcrforma ncc, he's a featherweight, too, when you consider h o w much he docs for such lillle pay. Why, actually, hi s "wages" are about lhc smallest item in your family budget, for with this budget -wise champ a penny does so much. F or instance, on average household rates, one cent will run your electric cl ock for four days, or vacuum clean six large, rugs, or supply an evening's radio entertainment. So next time you pay your electric service bill, think o f this champ and his low^price, high value performance, and you'll say, "Here's a bargain; the biggest ^bargain in my family budget today." Ark-Mo Power Co. -—. Committee Okays Marshall Plan Aid For Second Year .WASHINGTON, March 8. A bill promising the nations of The measure, authorizing the full sum asked by the Economy Cooperation Administration, was S- mously approved late yesterday by Slttee'.""" F °'' d6U RClat ' 0ns £»»Chairman Connally (D-Tex) saw In that a sign that t h e bill will be passed by the Senate. The foreign relations group, he saUlj ,,, s But Connally added that several of the 13 members who voted tor the measure reserved the right to lake a second look at the total when a bill to provide funds is considered by the Appropriations Committee. Senator Vandenberg <Mich>, the Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chjckosawbo SWIFTS PREMIUM ' BRANDED BEEF We Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We Deliver Phone 2043 Plenty of Parking Space -,-"•» "^puuiiuan said mem had decided against any ?„*,, because ol Ullsteady B0ann j d {., .„;* ls estimated that more thai' billion tons of high grade Von ar« available In Venezuela wl, • American firms are doing Pf "i ' inary WO rk. p " FOR SALE Concrete culverts, 12 inch to < hich, plain or reeiiforced. Ab Concreie Buildin* Block* fhe ^ er (ban lumber for barm, chlcke Ho"" 5 ' pump houses ' _*«« phone 691. estimate . ' OSCEOLA & CULVERT CO Crappie or Catfish 24 HOURS DAILY Special Sunday Dinner 75c Simpson Cafe Ark-Mo Sfate Line BABY CHICKS SPECIAL! For a Limited Time 4 * ?O 95 Bab Y \J pei Chicks hundred L. K. ASHCRAFT CO.. Cherry & Railroad. Phone 418:i FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION Jree Gstimoites S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. Clinic 514 Main. Blydirvflle. Ark. Phone '")'>i Seed Soybeans Our Specialty SPRING PLANTING OATS Also AllIR If a, Lcspedc/a, Sweet Sudan, Smlan, Pasture MixtureH, Lawn Mixtures and oilier field seeds. Call Us for Your Retiuirenienfs BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORPORATION Blytheville, Ark. 856 Phones 857 IB. Nu-Wa Offers You the Biggest Laundry Value! ROUGH DRY lAc BUNDLE IU ALL FLAT WORK FINISHED WEARING APPAREL STARCHED Shirts Finished. . . ........ . . 12c each Exfra Pants Finished ,20c each Extra Call 4474-4475 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS Six Service Trucki • MEAT CURING • STORAGE • FOOD LOCKERS • PROCESSING FOR HOME FREEZERS BLAYLOCK'S Highivay 61 North — Phone 3172 Baby Chicks • Custom Hatching • Eggt

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