The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 24, 1944
Page 5
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1944 BLYTI1EVILLE (ARK,). COURIER NEWS Labor-Industry Relations Good Labor Commissioner Would Up Minimum Wages Of Women LITTLE ROCK. Oct. 24. (UP)Arkansas Labor Commissioner W. ,!. McCain snys relationship between labor ami Industry (jji Arkansas Is better today than it, lias ever been before. In his department's report covcr- Jing Uie fiscal year ot 1943 and 1944, McCain recommended that minimum wages for female workers hi Arkansas be increased from the present minimum of $1.25 per day. And McCain also suggested thai the 1945 legislature create a commission, composed of one man and one woman representing labor and one of each representing Industry, to hear disputes Involving wages to female workers. His report revealed that the department intervened in 23 labor controversies lust year and that satisfactory adjustments were obtained in ail cases. The commission also helped to adjust three strikes hi the slate involving 750 workers. Men In Service; ; < * Pvt, Harry A. Unities, son' ot Mr'. and Mrs. Harry W. Unities of Blytheville, luis been transferred from Tyndnll Field, Pla,, to Fort Myers, Fla., where lie Is with the Army Air Forces. Pfe. Earl Dallas Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mitchell of Route 'J. Blytheville, is with ft hospital division on Guadalcanal where lie hiis been stationed for more than n year. Private Mitchell recently sent his purents some pictures of a horse which he had captured, broken and trained on the island. 1'vt. James Howard Cokcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. David P.. Cokei of Tily- thevllle, recently was graduated .IRM'TY 'JHOf IM » Jrirv i'r.on* 2535 Srtnij Us 1 o«i Modern tqulpmeiu Liixrl ileaulfdaiu from l!i e Dopurliiioill of Arjiiiimi'iil of. I-,bwry Field, pejtiyeiv CoUi,, wliero students are given n seven-week course In maintenance.' of enulp- mcnt and ptiicllcal work on field equipment, supplementing classroom study. A graduate of Holland Consolidated School, Private Cokcr entered the service last May. IMi'er-I'alfcciih'iu Alert FORT WOKTH, Tex. IUP>—J. II. Hill put both his vocations into practice and nabbed an ex-convict for theft. Hill, who drives a local bus when off duty at the police .station, caught the' man after lie snatched a woman's purse and jumped Jrom the bus. Warning! WATCH OUT FOR SNIFF1Y ** Head Colds Head colds can cause much suffering. Don't suiter needlessly. Just put. n 111- tlc Vti-tro-nol up eaeh nostril. Relieves Bneczy, sliiflfy distress. Also helps prevent many coWs from developing If used In llnicl Try It. Pollow directions In folder. Works Duel NOTIC't: « Nollcc Is hereby given Hint the undersigned win within the lime fixed by Inw apply to (he commissioner of Hcvc'iun's of the Slate of Arkansas for u permit to sell beer at retail »t -112 W. Ash St., Illylue- Vllle, Mississippi County. The undersigned slates that ho Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, tluit he has nuvcr been cunvlclcil ol n fcliiny or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by (he under- sinned I ins been revoked within live years lust past; and thai the undersigned has never been convicted of violating iho laws or this stntc, or nny oilier stale, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Allen Sims. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20 clny of October, 18-M. Oscar Alexander ' ; Sral > iNotitry 1'tibllc. My commission expires 3-H-1045 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES- GIN AND MILL SUPPLIES AT PIIKSKNT our «<<Kks of rcimlr parts nre an complete as during prc-wnr times! Put your plants in shnpe for I'till NOW. WE GIVE SERVICE!— call w '«iny, nfchl or Sunday. Befring ' Belt Lace Steam Packing ,* Pipe Fitting* All Size Pipe * Crane Valvei * Gin Saw Fitei and Gummen Hubbard Hardware Co. Hcrvliif Blythevllle M Ve»r» VICKS VA-TRO NOL Our store will be open until 9 p.m. each evening... This will permit a number of our customers who cannot get to town during daytime hours to attend to Christmas shopping. 122 W. Main-Blytheville, Ark. TO SAVE! Men's RAINCOATS Regularly 7.95 Prices Return to Normal November 1. ' f '"""'-' v \ 'it't-JM.iflfj Loads Of'Fiinl' BIG, WOOD •'"*' WHEELBARROW 5' 5 1,89 Just like dnd'B. A Hjf, easy-to- liuali whcclbiir'row ,to. tnrlll every husky youngatcr. Made, ot riiBRCil Imrdwooil to 1 fltand ' liard knocks. Nuluraj (Inisit, po iiaiul to «ib off. Nearly 3 ft, 1 \jirt) (t l^ &1 It's 'A Hit! TINY TOWN THEATRE • 59c H's.nowl It's cllfreyroiit:, Uses overhead .ll K hl to foqia on screen. Daily comte nlripa iiru- jij o the "film" . . .- ],,, vu ,, uw , ninm", Onily due- 1 ' orntcd thentrc lias cutout mil-* Urjis for tli6 interior. > Ladies •• i: Gabardine COATS Regularly 7.95 Men's LEATHER JACKETS Regularly 13.95 CREATIVE: ; CARTOON ,.;; ::;, DRAWING SET 1 f . Qulot fascination for thb hou j before be<t. 20 cords of heads, nima, bodies that fit together: Wimps, planes and .scores of, ollior sketches. . With tracing' pad, crayons, pencil and eraser.. DESERT FIGHTER TANK PULL TOY 79c Every young- "Glfiijrnl" wnnts one of these bit;, 'misky tanks for Inn ilnily "battles". When pulled It Imnucrs along mak- liiB.n clickinu sound like ijiin- Ilrc. 12' long; of sturdy wood. 10-Foot JIFFY KOLGAS, Coal HEATERS Regularly 49.95 Sculpturettest,.,, NINE DOLLS ONE FOOT HIGH Ready-cut and colore'd figures of soldier, sni!or, marine, avi« utor, nurse, WAAC| -WA.VE.. war worker, and farmerette, Children' easily assemble doll^ ;' by mntciiing^umbers on pieces GO COMMANDO! Young Patriot Navy Invasion Set 59c Invade by land, air and seal Watch your young "general" mold the heavy cardboard cutouts into a strong armada' of 11 moving boats, plane?, tanks and guns for maW thrill, packed landings, . '' .. I: Goodyear CAR HEATERS Regularly 72.95 y Toys and XmSs Gifts Now USE OUR LAY AW AY PLAN. SERVICE STORE 410 West Main TeieplU 2492-' "-,.

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