The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 14, 1949 · Page 3
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MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1(14!) lother Russian lificial Is Ousted (Deputy Prime Minister lAnd Planning Agency I Head 'Steps Down' MOSCOW, March H. Wj—Niko- 1A Vozncsensky, a member of the verful Politburo, has been freed fills duties as chairman of the jte Planning Commision and |)uty prime inlnlsler, (lie presi- Im of the Supreme Soviet an- luiccd today. f'he announcement was made by Ixander Gorkln, secretary of the I'sidlum. at tlie meeting of the luncll of Nationalities, one of the |j houses of the Supreme Soviet. l/oznesmsky was appointed to tlic Ilitburo in February, 1941, and Is lis among its newest members. pToday's announcement made no rntion of Vozneseusky's post as loolitburo member and thus It is Burned he will continue in that BLYTIIRVILLE <AHK.) COUNTER NEWS $85,000,000 in State Funds Appropriated for Education rhe action freeing him of the vice airmanship on the Council of nisterr, and from the State Planie Commission chairmanship was ;en March 5, at tlic same lime V Molotov was relieved of his du- as Foreign Minister and A. I. yun was released from the du'S of minister of foreign trade. Gorkin announced at the same nc a decree of the presidium ap- inting M. Z. Snburov. also a de;> y prime minister, to the planiiiiic f :nmtesion post. The council of | LITTLE HOCK, March H—</!•)—+ The 1949 legislature appropriated more than $85,000,000 of state funds for education In Arkansas during the next Iwo years—IJ the money Is available. The total includes Increases of $4,497.000 In the regular biennial approplatlons of the Institutions of higher learning nnd a $12.000.000 Increase in the State Department of Education appropriation, the bulk of which goes to local school districts. Also Included Is the $6,200.000 appropriation for Hie State Mediae! Center, of which roughly half Is expected to come from state funds. Practically all of the appropriations for education must come from the state general revenues distributed under the Revenue Stabilization Act, That act provides for distribution during the next two ycnrs of 5120,000.000—If that much Is received—in six allotments, and if revenues fall below estimates, money listed In the higher numbered allotments will not be available. Largest of the education appropriations Is $31.708.000 annually for the Stale Department of Education. That budget, however, contains an item of ~ r >.015,000 tor revolving fund loans, which technically cannot be ciissiflcd as an expenditure. It also provides Sl.OOO.OUO aid for §\ 1 lonalUies ns)provcd the change.s. Jan T. Golyakov was relieved of duties as president of the Su- Court of the U.S.S.R. •The Council of Nationalities was |ld of his replacement In a decree the presidium, and quickly ap- I'ovcd it. Ann her will Jegro Deaths J Funeral services for Mary •liscoc, who dice! Friday in |>me, 1G30 Charlcne Street, conducted at 8:30 p.m. Thurs|<y In St. Louis In the Temple iMirch of Christ by nev. Austin fine, Home Kuncrnl Home of llvlhcville is in charge of arrange- lenls. She is survived by her hus- luid, Solomon Briscoe of Blythe- Ille. and two sons and tu-o daugh- Irs who live in St. Louis. I Aulry Word, 41, wife of John rd, died Saturday in her home Knowles Street In Blythevllle lid funeral services will be con- |:cted at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Prince's hapel at Double Bridges by Rev, T. Harris and w. J. Johnson, is survived by her husband, children and her father and liothcr. Burial will be In Sandy i.idge Cemetery in charge of the •:orne Funeral Home. One Way To Ueduce I SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (U.P.l — tobert H. Smith of Erie. Pa., was • ranted a divorce because he said lis wife beat him tor not knowing low to dance the polka. Smith old the court his wife s!i\y>ped a ,,d licked him until his weight drop- lied from 165 pounds to HO. local school district construction aid " if revenues exceed appropriated ' amounts. " The University of Arkansas re- fl S3.890.500 annually to carry s various functions, Including Hie medical school. That figure represents an increase of 51.305,000 a year. The university budget also contains a S600.000 appropriation for construction but that Is a re-appropriation of funds previously made available for a building now under consti action. The appropriation lor the Arkansas A. M. and N. College for Negroes at Pine Bluff Is S425.000 a year, an increase of 235,000. That- school also was given a S150,0(M appropriation for new buildings and $15,000 was appropriated to pay tuition of Negro graduate students In professional subjects. The two state teachers colleges at Conway and .Arkadclphiti were given S«0,350 a year each. That Is an increase of SGO.G50 tor ihe t*Tan- way school and 5132,500 for the Arkadelpliia school. The lour district schools at Russellville. Magnolia. Jonesboro and Monlicelio have annual budgets S374.200 each. That Is an lucre: of about S120.000 each. Arkansas State College at Jonesboro also was given an additional appropriation of $50,150 annually from "any balance remaining In the general surplus fund." The Magnolia school was given a supplemental appropriation of S10.000 from the balance In its fund for the remainder of the current fiscal year Of tlie three other stnte-siipport- ed schools, the Hcebe Junior Agricultural College receives 553.011 annually, an increase of S4.000; the Huntsville Vocational School $35,900. an increase of 35,600. and the Clinton Vocational School $30,000 an increase of S2.800. Read Courier News Want Ads. Truman Trip Possibilities Are Greater KEY WEST, PlH., March H, M'l— President •tyumnn began today the second week of his Florida vacation, tanned and apparently at the peak of health. nevevses In Congress, his associates said, increase the possibility lhat he may slump again by train In an effon lo build fires under Congressmen opposing admlnlstra- lion ine.'isures. Al the same lime. Rep, George Smathers (D-Fla), a strong supporter of the administration, 'lold reporters the President "is not disheartened or even discournged" over developments so far. Smathers had lunch with Mr. Truman Saturday after flying clown to this naval submarine station with chief Justice Vlnson In the President's plane, the "Independence," The -Senate's rejection of majority leader Lucas* motion to hall the anti-civil rights filibuster wus blou- to many of the Pre.sideju'.'i ntimale.s. They said he was IPUV- ing further strategy entirely in hands. 'Detector 7 Fails In Hunt for Loot Of Jesse James ZANESVILLE. O.. March H. ./|'i_ Pour men hunting for treasure they believe Je.we James buried near here had doubts today about fhul- iu? it with a mine detector. A Uvo- day search has yielded only an empty metal chest. The mr.chine broke down yesler- day. OtU: of the treasure hunters. Joiin Tj-,iinmel. who says he i.s KK' and ah old crony of the train robber had this explanation: 'James told his boys that sonv 1 day they'll have a gadget to find buried treu.surc. He told them tlia: hc'ri bury the treasure so no gadgut would ever find it." In Austin, Texas, 101-ycur-old Prank Dalton, who claims he Is Urn real Jesse James, pooh-poohed llu: Ohio .searc)i. "Let them hunt their heads off :! the* wart to." lie said. "They're just wasting their time. They won't find anything—certainly not a million dollars." Dalton claims that a man killed as Je.sse James i,, M'y.somj in the 1880s was not James. He announced himself as James several yean Variable Weather Over the Nation Marked by Cold CHICAGO, Mure)) M-M'i—The weather over the nation today mused from Rood to slightly bud. but wllli prospects of the bad bccmnlni- worse In some areas. Cold air .still was pouring; southward OITI the Canadian bnr- clor nnrt slowly rhUUiij; the plains Mates as far south as Kansas, The only severe cold, however, was In North Dakato and Northern Mtn- nc.-iotn. Temporaltirp.s In Nebraska and Kansas were expected lo be only slightly below normal, Liuhl snow was falling In Rocky Mountain nnd northwestern Great Plains nrea, The ruin area Included the Pacific northwest, eastern Texas, southern Arkansas, Lou- Isann nnrt scattered sections cf Mississippi, Alabama mill Florida. Early Innprrnture readings Inelurtert: Portland, Me,, in; j:cw York, 34; Atlanta 45; Oklahoma City 38; Chicago 35; Minneapolis 13; Pemblna, and Mfnot. N. D., nurt J.ewlslown, Mont., —5; Diilulh Minn.. 2; Omnlm, 31; Phoenix. 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