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Every Friday at $2.50 Per
JEFFERSONTOWN, JTV., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1946
Outlook For 1947
Jones, Landis To Be
Requesting More Pay
Party For Employes
Head At Watch Night
Service Tuesday Eve.
Christmas came early to the
employes of Settles Sales & Service, when they were entertained
Monday evening at Murphy's
The annual cusjtom of holdJHf
Jefferson County teachers are asking for
raise in salary. Representatives of the Jefferson Count
prayer servicHHHnch party
Green & White Restaurant,
population from the big coastal cities to the mall interior for the
all deguests of Tom Settles, owner of ' Classroom Teachers Association presented the County Boa
unless definite steps are taken for world disarmament. . nominations
the electrical business;' here. The of Education with their request at its meeting last SatunOH
community wi: wKb De 0D
employes .and members of their
Board members received ' f
year ago the U. S. Babsonchart registered ISO. Today jt is served this ytfHHoefferson-tow- n
families enjoyed a turkey dinner
aated at 160. The Canadian Babsonchart registered mft a
Christian Chflm has been
specially prepared for the happy "Longest Moustache" the delegation cordially and
ago. Today it is estimated at 204. Sometime durinjpnM selected as thepWifpr the New
occasion by Mrs. E. C. Murphy.
appeared to be in sympathy
Year's v youth
Charts will register higher figures.
Speaking to the workmen in
with the teachers' vectttest.
Reconversion of industry from war to peace has been com- highly complimentary terms, coneven though they were at a loss
cerning the efficient manner in
letcd although the ereat government surpluses have not yetr; with whom residents of the
to know from just what source
area aft well acwhich they had served the orocen disposed ot, leaving mucn more to De soia in imi.
the additional funds would come.
ganization during the past year,
Inventories, quoted both at their price values ana tneir quainted, are to high light the
Headed by J. C. CantrelL Valley
Mr. Settles, in concluding his ref&lumes, will increase during 1947. Both raw material piles and program. Neal Jones, son of Mr.
Station High School teacher, the
R. Jones and a stuand Mrs. T.
marks,' presented Christmas
delegation obtained a promise
Jiianufactured goods will b$ in greater supply in 1947'.
dent at Texas Christian Univerchecks to the men. Those receivfrom Board members that the
sity, is to bring the message of
ing checks and commendation
budget figures would be reviewed
Some rationing and priorities reauired
the evening. "Billy" Landis, now
from their employer included: R.
at a special session, to be held
continue into 1947; but both
on a visit to relative and friends
at ah early date, with the object
rapidly be eliminated. Gov- The United States will own in Kentucky, will direct the singArchie Tennill, J. F. Settles and
of seeing what could actually be
nent regulations will gradu
ing and render a special solo
done about the request CantreU's
be lessened. World Wat 11 shipping in 1947 and foreign trade number. "Billy,", who served as
Ladies present, members of the
on the committee
omciany oe enaea.
an ensign in the U.S. Navy and
families of those of the organizachosen to visit the Board were:
The retail price of most man
We will continue our policy of has recently returned from Japan,
tion, were, Mrs. W. T. Settles,
Mrs. Robert Turner, Fern Creelt'
ufactured products will be higher making foreign loans, provided will be remembered for his musiMrs. J. F. Settles, Mrs. Archie
High, and Miss Elizabeth Ben
sometime during 1947 than flu the borrowers will agree to spend cal
talent and as a former student
Tennill, and Misses Isabel
nett, Greathouse School,
a fair proportion of the money in of the Jeffersontown High School.
and Elma Dell Shepherd.
An observation by Cantrell
1947 IN A NUTSHELL
He is a student now at Emory
Stating that he intended mak- gJOBManaaMaLaW
that the County average teachBoth the British Empire and University, Atlanta. Both of these
ing the Christmas party an aner's pay of $1,872 a year is lower
To reach higher Russia wlU keenly compete for young men are preparing for the
nual occasion Mr. Settles told his
than that paid by Louisville, and
levels than recorded
foreign trade during 1947; but ministry.
associates that it was his amlikewise lower than that received
J. WASH ADAMS
Opposing cartels and Government monopoWhiie the grayer service and
bition to build one of the best
by teachers in Hikes Graded and
lies will be frowned upon.
watch party for the youth are
organizations of its kind in the
Labor Some basic problems
A man who is said to have had Anchorage Graded schools, elicit1947 war talk will sponsored by the Christian En
country. He expressed apprecia- the nation's longest mustache ed a reply for County School
THEME FOR TOURNEY OF ROSES . . . "Holidays In Flowers"
to be solved.
continue, the thought being that, deavor Society, the general pubtion for their cooperation thus far died at Whitesburg, Ky. Decem- Superintendent O. J. Stivers to
will be the theme of Pasadena's tournament of roses on New Tear's
Real Estate Continued good sooner or later, England
is invited to attend the
in the undertaking.
Day, the committee In charge of the event announced, with Pat
the effect that many of the Coundemand for modern suburban truly is in a terrible predicament lic
ber 14. J. Wash Adams, a
Keller, four, as "Little Mister 1947." Pat In the traditional scanty
Settles Sales & Service war
nttnmev in Eastern Ken. ty teachers do not have degree's,
will "shoot" to stop further Rusgarb of the Little New Tear, turned the pages of a huge flower'
Increased foreign sian aggression.
established in Jeffersontown inj
manv mm and for that reason receive less
bedecked calendar to point oat the many holidays celebrated In this
often reterrea to nis mustacne pay. Mr. btivers said that u the
State's Dairy Industry
country. Rose bowl game will bethe feature of the tournament
Stocks To work higher.
Incidentally, the party was between 9 and 10 Ruches as comparison is made o iHween
Even President Truman's "eigh
Bonds Firmness temporary.
those teachers who have dei
given on the birthday anniver- the "longest in the country."
will be Making New Records
the pay will be found to
sary of W. T. Settles and on the
forgotton during 1941 The year
about the same."
present. The prices of some of will be noted for threatened
brother, J. F. Settles, and his
The teachers are asking
B. 10 Med
products may decline, (strikes and labor disturbances.
urifo TViito it woo o thrrf-urn- v
the proposed $50 a month
The unit sales of some depart- - j industrial employment during tance as a dairy state is graphic
celebration and one long to bei Jfl Qfy January 0
be retroactive to September
ment stores will begin to decline 1947 could be up both in hours ally depicted by the Milk Indus
sometime during 1947; but theand in pay rolls, labor leaders' try Foundation in a new survey.
that a new salary schedu
put into effect next September
ales of food and variety chains discouraging
attitude notwith- - Kentucky's 588,000 cows proSecretary of Agriculture Clin
jnay continue at peak ngures.
duce $41,820,000 cash farm income
Also visiting the Board at
State Fire deputy marshals made notations Buechel News
ton P. Anderson is to be a prin
Many industries, now operating for dairy farmers. The utilization
The great question mark of 1947
Marshal Clyde Smith said today & unsafe conditions and prac- cipal speaker at the annual meet last Saturday session wasa,d
week, will return to 6f this milk shows the tremendous
By Mrs. W. R. Hoke.
Swill be how labor is to behave. on a
ing of the Kentucky Farm Bu egation, headed by Mrs. W.
Higher wage rates and less pro- a longer week during 1947. There economic asset that dairying is to
in the Brown Kroeckel, 3312 Dixie Highw
The regular monthly meeting reau January
pro- -' '
duction per man inevitably mean will be no wage reductions and the State with a yearly produc- included in the State-widKentucky hotels, Smith said, are of the Buechel Woman's Club was Hotel, Louisville. Anderson s talk from the Fifth C.
some further advances.
tion of 1,034,000,000 quarts.
gram of inspections
beginning above the average of other states.
Thursday to ask that Dr.
at the Presbyterian Church is scheduled to be made
The Government will try to de.
be named to the Board, ltemina- - jj
Principal uses of this milk In January a, in an enon x ;improve
morning, January 9.
u our recommendations are held
Pending a weather upset, more mand better - management and addition to fresh milk were for safety standards of Kentucky carried out," he continued, "we Thursday, December 19, with a Other principal speakers in- ing the Board that "Dr. Shack-lett- e
large attendance of members and
pounds of hostelries.
is the people choice," in that
sis of corn and wheat and or closer labor management
feel that conditions will be im- - friends. After the noon luncheon, clude Bep Kilgore, former execumoat votes in
bme other products will be raised tions. Such prospects are not creamery butter, 19,250,00 pound
The marshal's plans, coupled proved to the extent that
Kentucky he received the election, Mrs.
Mrs. Fred Kraft, chairman of tive secretary of the
1947 than ever before in our bright for 1947; but Congress will of cheddar cheese and 3,822,000
criticism and praise of hQfel tucky Hotels will rank far above "Spiritual Values," introduced the Farm Bureau, and a former canJstory. Although some prices repeal or amend some of the pres- gallons of ice cream. Pictorial
said, "we Delkve'ttaf
tions in Kentucky, the average found in other guest speaker, Mr. Charlie vetti- - didate for Governor. He is now Kroeckel
ent labor laws which are very un charts or figures based on
may slide off, the total farm
the people should be
tier, who gave a mraW1iirWis1nt'TRaWsaaT
itofafc for 1945, no co'mplefe;
for 1947 should hold up fair to management.
eon wans in a report that said
Recalling' that blame for some talk on "Christianity Crystal- Inflation
fairly well. But farmers should
dicate the growing importance inannntintm
The Circuit Court declared Dr.
afbich operates in the
The Inflation Era, which we A tkn mfllr Inilafrv
u'uytu nres nas Deen piaca on careiess-"ni- ized."
diversify more in 1947.
Shacklette'a election void because
that of :an ness oft drunken Dersohirtn use of
Members of Circle No. 3 met at'
There should be an increase in have been forecasting for several A chart of the milk distributor's Lml!.n, UP condition."
he failed to file
The ac- - cigarettesjEjr IfthtcheS, Imith the home of Mrs. Conrad snaier Kentucky, out has headquarters expenes account. a
fruits, fish products and years, will be in full swing; but dollar shows 61.14 cents going,tO
Springfield, Tenn. Dr. Asher
"stringent law" Tuesday, December 10, for their in
with a decline in the reckless printing of currency dairy farmers for whole milk, in- tion cemes as a result of tragic reeomrnrid23
states, Smith to forbid hotels to accept guests monthly meeting and also annual Hobson, an agricultural economist
The. United States will will not come until after 1950. The cluding transportation to plants; hotel fires in other
who are in a "drunken stupor." Christmas party. Mrs. C. L. Moore with an international reputation, Real Christmas'
have more, 16 eat in 1947 than in purchasing power of the dollar 19.44 cents for wages and salaries, said.
will continue to decline.
Inspection of 120 hotels nexti The fire marshal said his office and Mrs. Mary Kramer had charge head of the Agricultural Eco- jiff
1946, pro&ably 10 per cent over
5.29 cents to plant and delivery
nomics Department of the Uni- Story From Germfany
All 1947 wage increases will be
month follows recent "spot in-- , has received numerous reports of of the program.
the prWfc level.
supplies; 3.22 cents bottles, cans,
versity of Wisconsin.
said, a practice of hotel management
Daidmhil poultry products will distinctly inflationary.
After the meeting a social hour
1.29, other expenses; 1.98, spections" in which, Smith
Sometime during 1947 produc- cases;
J. E. Stanford, executive seccar was much enjoyed and Christmas
taking the responsibility 01
ltinpH'to increase in volume
The author of hit story will be
insurance and depreciation; 3.98,
ing for drunks by having them fefts were exchanged by the "sec- - retary of the Federation, states remembered by nwrnt) QfoatreaA- increase in price; but tion in many lines will have taxes and licenses; .7, advertising;
expects all attendance records
escorted to rooms by employees,
sr and some canned goods caught up with consumption, peo- .98, officers' salaries; leaving a
ers as uurrtn i nompson, a
fret pals." Delicious refreshments he be broken this year.
will have spent their savings
undressed ana put to Ded
rwill continue short.
1.98 cents representing less
were served by the hostess.
dauahter of the. ht Mr Sally
then there will be a surplus
"Nine times out of en such
.f armers wni siari in imi w
The program is scheduled to D. Thompsoi tojHt&r' veto's corthan 13 of a cent per quart of
Those present included
By Mrs. F. 8. Smith persons
will, at some ume during
extend legislation on of goods.
L. Bailey, L. Hook, C. begin at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday, respondent to Tit? Jeffersonian
If Stalin's health continues
smox- the night or day, reso;
program due to fear
Moore, M. Kramer, E. Nuttall, E. January 8, with a general session. from Prettonia rdttor.
Milk production per cow is
good, he will be the world's most
We left out an outstanding item ing. When they do, th eve
Woerner, M. Owen, R. Henn., R. The afternoon program includes
powerful man in 1947, even from above prewar averages and de- - lust week. That is to extend our er the life of every 0
utterman, C. Kiehlman,
it. conferences on livestock, dairy,
mand for milk and dairy products Dest wishes to everyone in any
December 7, 1946.
Although state la'
field crops, poultry and fruits and
Taxes will not be increased dur an economic standpoint.
Schmidt. C. Shafer, W. R. Hoke
(Mr. Babson's forecast will be is strong. As an economical food way connected with our county hotels to post
1:30 fo 4 p. m. At
147; and there should be
By Mrs. Durrett O. Wilson.
and D. Kirchner and son, Kevin. 4:30 p. m.,from
containing vital components of newspaper, The Jeffersonian; u
further reductions. More nuisance concluded in our next issue
the annual tobacco
the Fmnhal has rlaUed 'to
The dedication of the organ conference is scheduled to begin. Editor, The Jeffersonian:
office !flnd 'a
special to the editor and
taxes may be eliminated1 alto Editor.)
bring staff for a happy Christmas season
at the Presbyterian
There have been very few years'
hotel in the state.
Also on the first daV's program
bdouv an mcreasjB scaiu 01 nm and blessings for the coming year,
when I have not sent in some'
Recent "spot" inspections dis- Church was held
The J"ederal Debt will be de- NEAL JONES SPEAKER
production on Bhvtucky farms, 'm all the years of messages at
22, with impressive is the annual meeting of the As kind of a story
for your Christmas'
creased dtittjOg 1947 and the Fedclosed padlocked outside exits, December
FOR SUNDAY EVENING tne a ounoation says.
sociated Women and Farm BuChristmas, none has been as out passageways blocked with .furni- services. A program of special
eral Budt may be balanced by
reau insurance a genflj conference, issue. Even from the Philippine
standing in the urge to sing ture, many empty or odtdated music with chimes was also given both scheduled to begin at noon Islands, when we were stationed
Evening services, in which the
praises to God of "Peace on Earth, fire extinguishers, "deplorable" by Miss Eula Bates, organist.
costkof living will continue
there I sent you a little article.
joung people of this community
The Auxiliary "Joy Gift" serv- in the Seelbach Hotel
Good Will to Men," as this time, wire conditions and "undesirable"
Now we are over here in Gerto rise during 1947 due largely to
The executive session of the many where Colonel Wilson
ice was held Sunday night, DeThe cold weather has inspired heating equipment.
to be 'held at" the
House of Delegates is scheduled
1 many to butcher their meat and Smith said that "for the most cember 22.
member of the Occupation Army.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nuttal enter- for 3 p. m. Thursday
I have been wondering what I
fW!l Methodist Church, a
a number, have been busy with it, part there is a very sincere spirit
tained with a family dinner and the business session,
would find to write to you this
so am not collecting items.
of cooperation among officials and
ing the election of officers, the year,
and last night I found the '
So glad to get the good news management of Kentucky hotels Thanksgiving Day at their
admorning of January 10, with
ii w.. F. Huddleston announces at
T. Craig of and in only a few isolated cases Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. journment at noon.
sPeaker for he
ses Polly Benard 'and
not at the wages desired.
now conscious have we met unconcern.
"But Thomas Yann and Miss Thelma
j Jones who is here with his
As you know, December 6 is
and ImprtiHpr son and wife we have failed to find what we Yann.
- '.I-- St. Nicholas' Day, and that is a
The total volume of all retail for the holidays. Neal a student
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Groves Buechel Man On Navy
Day at feel to be the necessary spirit of
are to spend Christmas
,if0- father Mr fire
them irlstmas'u Si' with their
sales will be About the same as in
consciousness among hotel spent Thanksgiving Day with her
Cruiser To Canal Zone Santaholiday is baBed on theOur
mwajs uc tuumcu vu iui motle rs, Mrs. Gladys Benard and
n Ufility goods Will
am .nH famiv in Tav,or employees."
sisters- in Louisville
message, rus many Mrs Pauline Snyder.
suffer, but many items now un- - a "P"1"
Cm,ntv. It has been Vears since
James Robert Calvert, seaman,
nurchased . .. menas nere Uamong tne young
Yesterday morning I took some
s Betty Russell was hostess Mrs. Craig has been there for
Dr. F. H. Rl
vm ...ill uc giuu u, uir jy to
ValUe OX ail
01 Mr. andj second class, son of D. J. Calvert cigarettes down for each of our
r Sunday school class of the Christmas.
Reister were gues
to the daily
portunity to hear him at this Methodist church last Friday eve- anksgiv- - of Buechel, is serving aboard the servants, and I surprised them
retail sales should exceed 1946
Mrs. S. W. Andei
Carl Huflage, who was in
experimental destroyer escort when I wished them a happy St
with an increased demand for service.
when they met at her home mia during the wari has come
The general public is extended
wooien ano coiwn xexuieo.
for aSluncheon and class meeting. home to gtay here
C. L. Moore, Jr.. a ftu dent at U.S.S. Muir, on a cruise in the Nicholas Day, as they did not
be a continued de an invitation to 4.be present.
know that I. was familiar with the
An enjoyable evening ended with Christmas dinner at home with
Butler University, Indianapolis, Panama Canal zone.
espe- On this: cruise, the crew has story. Then, last night we had
ft ciotmng ana
To save money when renewing spent Thanksgiving with htt parthe exchanging of gifts by the
your subscription to either of the
folkAing present: Mrs . E BL Me-Mrs. C..L. Moore. visited' Balboa, Panama City and our surprise!
HEKirfallv for'shirts and underwear. Says Derby' Teaches
Henry Huflage and the above daily .papers (mail sub- ents, Mr. and
Wise shoppc rs will buy only
We were just finishing dinner
Corn Growing Lessons Rei
Mr. and Mrs. James McCul- - the ruins of old Panama.
mily aretohave her relatives, scriptions) ofder through THE
The Muir, which is operating and were sitting around th table
t they tteed and not grab to
lough entertained with a dinner
Boehhes of EvansvUle, as JEFFERSONIAN.
lock .up on goods not absolutely
home on out of the submarine base, Balboa,
A yield of 142 V4 bushels to the ei
gether With the coupon for $3.40. Christmas Day at their, guests in- assisted in the capture of twi 0 talking, when Jane was told that
there was someone at the door to
acre gave H. C. McLain top hon
Bardstown Road. The,
Charlotte Yates returned,
QUu Ko(, a oll 1rnm We'll handle your order promptly.
ors in the Spencer Coun'y corn
day from Kansas City, Mo. jgXrthu; Chinn and Mrs. Rruce Also, if you will renew your cluded Mr. and Mrs John Luhr,
k derby. Eleven farmers had yields
Jane went to the door and
Mr. and Mrs.
nas uucu ocvcxax McKercher and children, Bonnie subscription
to THE JEFFER
KINSER BURIAL IN V DUAL,
when she opened it in walked
and Mrs. Hugh Startdiford, Mr.
of over 100 bushels to ' the acre
s empioyeo wiui an insur- CEMETERY SUNDAY P.M. St. Nicholas! He' was wearing a
naviH of Anchoratfe. Mon SONIAN. iust add $2 to the above
and the average of all- farmers
$9 in all. Your JEF- and Mrs. Gilbert
0ftrnf,n when thev uhnw- Betty Louise, Mr. and
mitre which was, constructed from
in the contest was 98 Mr bushels.
Hugh Winn, of Tulsa, ered her with all good things for FERSONIAN will come to you daughter,
Funeral services were conduct-e- Suuie beautiful pah; blue phiuy
Mit.. F. 3. Hayes, Jr., and Bonn,.
rmmty Agent Nevin L. Gocbcl
ahoma, is spending the hoii-- , Christmas. Our son lunched with anothei full year.
Sunday afternoon at Cedar paper the type of mitre which
ELCOME to you, Now Yoar, enter noted that farmers harvesting
James Allen and Kenneth.
Use This Handy Order Blank
days visiting his sister, Mrs. Sidiu, and helped around
of Christ for is. worn by archbishops. Pasted
Mrs. W. Davis of Danville is Springs Church
over 100 bushels to the acre used
at Middletown, and Mr. ahiv. The airls are both fiahting
W. Kinser, Sr., followed across the front of the mitre wai
SBso you tell us omothlng of the tiding
visiting her daughter, Mrs. W.' George
an average of 325 pounds of ferTHE jfgTERSONIAN,
nd Mrs. F. F. Radcliff, in this the flu.
by interment in Jeffersontown a silver cross with double arms,
that you bring?
tilizer an acre and grew an av- community.
. Laws and
Mr. Kinser, in his similiar to the Cross of Lorraine.
t you enrrv iaiiii niii
Mrs. D. Huflage and Carl
Mrs. John Delling, sister of Cemetery.
erage of 9,035 plants to the acre,
Miss Laura Cardwell left last brought Mrs. Anna Fruechtenieht
Enough to last the year?
Yann, who fell and 67th year, died December 19, There was also silver paper
while those, who picked under Wednesday evening for Macon,
Send me THE JEFFER- - '
had ouite a nice
broke her hip several weeks ago, at 10:30 a.m., at his residence around the edge of the mitre and
100 bushels Used only 150 pounds Ga where she will
visit her sis-- 1 evening. They too had gifts and BhH? another year, for is at Norton Infirmary and get-- . on Back Run Road.
HL To cut out doubt and
around the lower edge waag band
of fertilizer and had 8,045 plants ter, Mrs. Brooks Geoghegan, and L
which I am enclosing only $2,
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. of silver.
Forhap a balm for heartachofijifc
basket of fruit, so prettily
ting along nicely.
since I am also sending my rean acre.
You bring along with you;
Annie McCaskey Kinser, three
rrfln(led. we hardly want to onen
He wore a beard made of cotmjr
tut- newal for the daily
"The contest," said the county
IWhaps a key to friendship VAUf
daughters, Mrs. Emma Blair, Mrs. ton, which extended around to
uuweii luussuini if
mi. unu mis. t
agent, "indicated that high yields ana
To buoy u all yoar through.
Angle Waldridge and Mrs. Mary make a head of white hair. He
uuie son 01 wnmore, r.y.,
are associated with lots of plants arrived this week and spent The writer extends sympathy
ANOTHER DIVIDEND McDonald; four sons, George W. had draped two sheets around
Wo bid you welcome. Now Yoar- (write name of daily paper)
oiir per acre on
Mrs. W. Bell and brothers, Joe
land, Christmas with her parents, Mr.
winas wo trust with you.
Jr., James G., Pershing T. and him in such a way that he re- and Tom Brooks, and others of for which $9. am enclosing find
Forgetting ill of all the post, wo start and that conserving moisture is and Mrs. George Johnson.
a total of
You will also
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 20 The Mead B. Kinspr; a brother, Ernest
the family in the recent death of the foupon herewith.
r, SM DOOk
Mrs. J. P. Burdon is vacationing
Federal Land Bank of Louisville Kinser, and a sister, Mrs. Evan- times. He had a heavily-wove- n
It also was pointed out' that in St. Petersburg, Fla, residing Mr. Charlie Brooks of Indiana.
today paid a dividend of approx- geline Koch! 13 grandchildren white cord around his waist
He was blind and we always read
Kentucky hybrid corn outyield-e- at St. Petersburg Hotel.
On his hands were GJ. gloves, .
imately $465,000 to its stockhold- and 5
with interest the account of his
varieties from other states and Tech. Sgt. Fred Ruckriegel
and he carried a G.I. dufflebag in
ers the 142 National Farm Loan survive.
Tuesday in time to spend visit to relatives
in Ohio, Indiana,
one hand. In the other hand waf
hybrids produced an average of Christmas with his father, Mr.
Kentucky and Tennessee. This
Anv claimant to unemployment a tall shepherd's crook, covered
104.3 bushels an acre;
K. J. Ruckriegel, and family. AfThere are more than 10,000 embrings to nearly $4,575,000 the benefits in Kentucky must have in white- - paper! with silver paper
hybrids, 94.2 bushels, and
leave he will return ployers who contribute to the
amount of dividends paid by the earned not less than $200 in cov- wound around it
varieties, 90 H
R. R. NO.
to Walter Reed Hospital Wash- Kentucky unemployment insurI wondered what could be in the
bank since it was chartered in ered employment in the precedington, D. C.
( Continued on Page 4 )
ing base year.
By Roger W. Babson
event of 1947 will be a beerinnin? of a movement
State Fire Marshal
Cautions Inn Keepers