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.!OPUN GLOBE. TUESDAY, JTJLY 8. 1947. MINE AND SMELTING CHIEFJJIE HERE' Homer Wilson, Vice President of Group, to Speak Before District Union Employes. Homer Wilson of Chicago, vice president of the International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, will address a mass meeting of the Trl-SUte district union employes at 8 o'clock tomorrow night at A-'i*. A. hall, 812% Main street, in connection with a two-day convention of the Fourth district council of local unions of the international C. I. O. mine ·workers' union. At the meeting, Wilson is expected to analyze the recent labor bill passed by congress. His speech will precede a dance for distrct mine workers to be held at the hall. The convention will open at 9.-15 o'clock this morning at the Keystone hotef, wiih Mayor L. Russell McKee giving an address of welcome to the 65 delegates expected from Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. At the sessions this morning, which are to be closed to the public, Dan Leary, a Joplin attorney, will discuss the Taft-Hartley labor Mil. During the two-day affair, a new "district policy of the organization will be adopted to conform with the new act, according to David Collins, chairman of the fri-State district council. A banquet will be served at the Keystone hotel to delegates at 8 o'clock tonight. Business of the convention will be concluded tomorrow afternoon, wjth the exception of the address tomorrow night by Wilson FORECAST. Ladles' day--Oak Hill Golf and Country Club Temple AM Sisterhood Red Cross sew- lug-- United Hebrew temple MS gan Amoma class, Connor Aieaue Baptist w.th a bridal shower at her home. 526 North Jackson avenue, for Miss Porothy Jean Fix, whose marriage to Robert L. Rader will take place early, in August. A color scheme of Dink and white was carried out in ^he refreshments. Prizes were won l, Mrs. Belle Huercamp, Mrs. Cecil chur^-Mrri 8 ' £"SSi.r. S3 xSSS Weston acd Miss Helen Hoagland. . a\enue, 7.30 p. * * * * Guests present were Mrs. Vera · » · » · - · "oover, Mrs. Mary Hoagland, Miss Mrs. E. W. Edwards and da"gh-1 Cec j] e Ferguson, Mrs. Ullie Mae ter. M i s s Kathenne Edwards of fucker, jj rs . Virginia Duvenick, New Orleans, are visiting in the| M r s Ed j th Estes, Mrs. Nell Car- home of Mrs. Edwards' son and, m . chae]| M ; ss Gwen Wilson, Miss daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs John ' c , eta McDaniel, Miss Charlotte T. Edwards, 1220 Franklin drive. T_ ongi M;SS Ethel Field, Mrs. C. O. Several social affairs h a \ e been | Bro °.' n jj rs Belle Huercamp, Mrs. planned in honor of the visitors. . Mmn , e Crowe'll Mrs. Gladys New- Mrs Ben Reynolds of Webb City Frances Wright, Mrs. Odessa Dur- was a Joplm visitor yesteida, y. M u - B e ^ Stag, Mr^How- Mr and Mrs. R. J. Williams and I Anna Canki, Mrs. Etta Mitchell, baby'daughter, Sharon, arrived last | Mrs Nora Gahm, Mrs. Cecil Wes- week to visit Mrs. Williams' parents, ton. Mrs. L. B. Rader, Mrs Charles Mr and Mrs. C. W. Oveiman, 809 F Fix, Mrs. Lorraine Wharton, Mrs. Jackson »venue. Mr. Williams re-1 £. W. Wulikuhle, Mrs. Mary Good- turned to Chicago following a weekend %isit here and Mrs. Williams and baby will remain for a two weeks' visit with relatives and irg, Miss Louise Abramovitz, Mrs. Pearl Grimes, Mrs. Pansy Gibson, Mrs. Jewell Stoots, Mrs J. N. Woods, Mrs. Lou Etta Shively, Mrs. i iVGC"-H vloili w 11.11 A c*civ± * ^o u."u. ^ y uuma t ^w.i a, ^-»VM. J--*--»* «-JAJ» · ***j ----- -i friends here. Mrs. Williams is the I Ann Shively, Mrs. Pearl Brown, jfoimer Miss Lenora Overman. | Mrs. Sarah Gatewood, Miss Evelyn * * -· -f ,, , ! ^loagland, Mrs. Lillian Gill, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Duffel-j T , lda DeVoe Mrs _ Ruby Hilton, meyer, 2323 Utica avenue, have re- I Mrg ViQ]a Hu hes _ Miss Joyce Gib- turned from Columbia where they ' ' Martha Hoa'gland. visited their son, Fred G. Duffel- 5 ^ * # meyer ha^ r^ne'd^rom Stephens | Members of the Golden Link Club college faculty to accept the posi- were enter amed at a covered-dish - - - - - Ijncheon Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Ravena Parks, 2103 Manitou avenue. A short business session v.'as held. Guests Included Mrs. Madge Maxfield and Mrs. Ethel Denton of Los Angeles, Mrs Jessie Brite, Mrs. Lottie Hurlbut, Mrs. J^anette Wells, Mrs. Maude Noon- cm, Mrs. Etta Carlin, Mrs. Enola Burgess, Mrs. Grace Overlees, Mrs. l.feyme Miller, Mrs. Bessie Allen, Mrs. Molly DeMent, Mrs. Ellen McDaniels, Mrs. Maggie McCubbin, Mrs. Georgia Burge, Mrs. Alverda McGammon, Mrs. Lola Adams, Mrs. tion of assistant professor of music at the University of Kansas City. * * ^ o Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tall and children, Bill, jr., and Pattiann, have been called to Moberly by ths death of Mrs Tail's grandmother, Mrs. Anna Totter. Mrs. Totter was he mother of Mrs. Edith Keiter, who has many friends in Joplin. * * fe * Miss Ruth Huser of Miami. Okla., is visiting in the home of Miss Marilyn Blanke, 3015 Wall street. ft w * * Mrs. Norms. Walker entertained IJuanita Speak and daughter, Don- IUL, and Karen Ward. MM. Adams i vill be hostess to the club August 6. I * « # # i The ninth birthday of Donna Speak, daughter of Mrs. Juanita, Speak and the lat« Hardy M. Speak, was observed at a party given Satu-day at her home, 2103 Manitou avenue. Prizes were won by Kay J jnes of Neosho and Richard Crowe Refreshments were served tit the close of the games. Guests were Kay Jones, Karen Ward, Carol Jean Brogdon, Carl Hammer, Virginia Lee McCann, Sandra Loren/,en, Dana Hollingsworth, Richard Crowe, Murray Lorenzen, Terry Moore. Alan Clay, Buddy Ward, Miss Helen Craig, Mrs. Lloyd Hollingsworth and Mrs. Frank Parks. * -» * * Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lea have returned home after a two months' visit in Los Angelea. « ^ ?s «? Mrs. Mattie Morrison of Philadelphia, who has been visiting her A.ster, Mrs. L. L. Willard, in the Kobertson apartments, left last week for California, where she will visit relatives and friends. « * * # Mrs Iva Middleton and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vento have returned to their home in Kansas City following a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Rodnev Martin, 1931 Indiana avenue; Mr. and Mrs. John Hirshey, Twenty- seventh street and Range Line, and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Cupp of Duquesne. Mrs. Middleton is the mother of Mrs. Vento, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Hirahey and Mrs. Cupp. x * * * * A meeting of the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, scheduled for last week, has been postponed until July 19. Wilmoth Funeral Thursday. Columbus, Kan., July 7.--The body of Mrs. Mattie Wilmoth, former resident of this community, who died Wednesday at Santa Ana, Calif., will be returned here and received Wednesday by the Ruhland funeral home. Services will be conducted at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Ruhland chapel and burial will be in the Highland Far* cemetery at Pittsburg. Mrs. Wilmoth had resided In California since the death of her husband in 1940. mm SIGNS BILL FOR ECONOMY BOARD Commluion Will Investigate All Agencies to Promote Efficiency In Government. Washington, July 7.--OP)--President Truman today signed legislation creating a 12-member commission to investigate all agencies of the government with a view to promoting "economy, efficiency and improved service." The legislation directs th« commission to act in accordance with a congressional policy of: Limiting expenditures to the lowest amount consistent with efficient performance of essential services. Abolishing unnecessary activities and consolidating similar ones. Eliminating duplication of functions. Defining and limiting the work federal agencies do. Six of the 12 commission members will be from private life, with an even division of republicans and democrats among the 12. They will report back to the next congress, which would be after the 1948 election. Four of the commission members ·will be appointed by the president, four by the speaker of the house and four by the president of the senate. Senator Vandenberg, republican, Michigan, the senate's presiding officer, promptly n a m e d Senators Aiken, republican, Vermont, and McClellan, democrat, Arkansas, from the senate, and Professor James K. Pollock of the University of Michigan and Joseph P. Ken T nedy of Hyannis park, Mass., from civilian life. Sentenced on Check Charge. Galena, Kan., July 7.--Dick Gandy, 24 years old, was sentenced to serve 90 days in the county jail at Columbus by Justice A. O. Lamb this afternoon when he pleaded guilty to a worthless 'check charge. Gandy was arrested Saturday by- Deputy Sheriff Alpha Gilstrap. A man could lift 240,00ft pounds if he were as strong as an ant in proportion to size. VSE OF WAR SURPLUSES IN RELIEF WORK 0. K.'D Washington, July 7.--C59--The senate gave unanimous and speedy approval today to a proposal to u*e war surplus property for relief in floods, explosions or other catastrophes. The measure, which now goes to' the house, would authorize the war assets administration to lease, sell, loan, or give away wartime surplus materials whenever the president determines it necessary. The legislation was introduced jointly by Senators Wherry, republican, Nebraska? Flanders, republican, Vermont; Butler, re- repubican, Nebraska; Hickenlooper, republican, Iowa, and Fulbright, democrat, Arkansas. Busting of grass weeds and shrubs with DDT will kill dog ticks which spread Rocky mountain fever, the U. S." department of agriculture reports. Kllfed In CAT Wreck. - ' Hogtrs, Ark.. July 7.--Information has been received here of the death by automobile accident of Ute. Robert Brush at Wichita, Kan., late Saturday. Mrs. Brush was a daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mn. Laurence Brush of Rainbow Ranch, n o r t h of Rogers.. No details of the accident were learned Air'All-Star Game on WMBH Tomorrow LOSE UGLY FAT UP TO 8 LBS. IN 8 DAYS; OR MONEY BACK! wfth CANDY TABLETS Tak* o« those fatty bulges. Have a slim. sty!. Ish figure by following the STVL plan. NO DRUG NO LAXATIVE NO EXERCISE Sivt Candy Tablets will help you to reduce... take off ugly fat. Simply follow the directions. Sin. Is the KIW Vitamin «nd Mineral Candy Tablet. 33 day supply/ $2.25 Enjoy the. All-Star Baseball Game by radio at 12:15 this afternoon. Tune in Gillette's Cavalcade Of Sports over the Mutual network and station WMBH (1450 on your dial). Jim Britt and Mel Allen will report the game play by play, direct from Wrlgley Field in Chicago. Also remember, men, LOOK aharp! FEEL, ·harp! BE aharp! USE Gillette Blue Blades with the sharpest edges ever honed! Copyright, 19t7, by Gillette Satetj- Razor Company. Sll-A. by Mr. and Mm. Broth, i»ho left for Wichita upon receiying the mes- ·age. Alwayf have a bottle of C«njiho- Pheniaue, on hand because when applied to minor bums, Ccmpao- Phenique acts as a mild surface anesthetic to help slop pain. Also combats infection. Soothing and atainless. Famou« over fifty years for minor burnt, cat», cold son*, non-poison on* insect bit«s. Die at directed. Ask your druggist for CAMPHO- PHENIQUE ANTISIPTIC ORKSSINO TAILORED AWNINGS "MAKE THE HOME OOMPUETE" TENTS -- VENETIAN BLINDS LAWN FTJRNITTJBE COGLIZER TENT AND AWNING CO. 1403 MAIN ST. PHONE 1965 Call or Write for Free Estimate NOW OVER 56,OOO OWNERS 1 V MORE THAN 12,000 CARS BUILT IN JUNE! Yes, Willow Run has reached a production rate of more than 12,000 Kaiser andFrazer cars per month--better than a car per minute! One hundred and twenty million dollars worth have been sold at retail. And the public buys the factory output every mont h--and asks for more. Production is being increased! The reason for the phenomenal success of these 100%-postwar automobiles is easy to discover. The 56,000 proud owners who hate driven them millions of miles are the best salesmen we have! They are enthusiastic--and tell their friends. They know they have something new and different They know they have styling and design far in advance of the rest of the industry. And they know they enjoy a ride no other car can equal! ' ; ' Drive either of these cars. Compare the ride with the best y6u have ever known. You will want to own a Kaiser or a Frazer. Then place your order! Increased production means that we can now give you early delivery. FIVE IMPORTANT REASONS WHY THE PUBLIC LIKES THE KAISER AND THE FRAZER 1. Because they are beautiful! They look like -what they are--the newest things on wheels! They set the fashion for all fnture motor cars--in body lines and colors, 2. Because they are roomy! The -whole width of these cars is inside! Both seats are more than five feet wide. Six adults have room to spare. And then, too, there Is 27 cu. ft. of space la the luggage compartment! 3. Because they are safe! Extra low center of gravity and stabilizer bars both front and % Both cars are serviced with genuine factory part*, ' 7 --wherever you^go--by one of the four targestl automobile dealer organization* in the world. IISER CARTHAGE, MISSOURI C H Motor Company 2301 South Garrlion Ave. MONETT, MISSOURI Mitchell Motor Company Tenth and Broadway rear, cut sway to a minimum. They hug the road! Superlative -vision in all direction*. Smooth, positive braking acdon. 4. Because they perform! The economical, 100-hp., six-cylinder engine provides a very high horsepower-to-weight ratio. Sensational accclera tion. Unbelievable gasoline economy! 5. Because of the ride! Owners say there never was a ride like this! No car designed before the war can even compete. Thi» you must experience! Compare the ride, today! CALL ON THE KA1SIR-FRAZIR DIALIR IN YOUR NIIOHIORHOOD AND TAKi A RIDli Joplin, Missouri BLACKBURN MOTOR COMPANY 410-420 PEARL St. -:, MISSOURI Three Rivers Motor Company FORT SCOTT, KANSAS Bourbon County Motor Co. 9-11 Scott Avenue TOLA, KANSAS Barley Motor Company 418 W. Madison Street CHAXTTTE, KANSAS Chanute Motor Company 405 E, Main Street COLUMBUS, KANSAS Ingamells-Brubaker Motor Co. 212 X. Maple Street PARSONS, KANSAS Phipps-May Motor Co. GIRASD, KANSAS 2110-12 M»ln Street Rhudy Motor Company 112 N. Otnftr Street VAXES CENTEB, KANSAS Schorniclc Neff Motor Co. M W. M«TT Street JEWS PA PER I nFWSPAPFRI