The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1946 · Page 11
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April 18, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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THURSDAY, Al'KII, 13, 11)10 BLYTHKVIKUO (AUK.) COIMUKR NKWS Labor Favored, Mosher Charges NAM President Asks Thof Government Be Impartial Arbitrator MEMPHIS, Tenn., Tpril 18. <UP> I—Irn Mosher. chairman <jf Ihe poarcl of the National Association of Manufacturers charged here Tuesday that (lie government was "a player on Hie labor team, rather thnn an umpire fait to both sides." Moshor told n regional meeting of manuafacurcrs tliat "restoration of the government to its proper place as an impartial arbitrator is the foumlnttoii for labor peace." He outlined a seven-point legislative program for labor relations: 1. Make collective bargaining agreement* equally binding to In" bor unions and management. 2. Phohiblt use of force or violence in labor disputes. 3. Require all unions lo comply with anti-monopoly, anti-trust, and anti-racketeering liuvs. 4. Withhold benefits of the Wagner Act to unions which fail to abide by orderly procedures for settling .iurisdictumal disputes. 5. Prohibit union boycotts against farm nnd mnnufju-lmed products. 6. Remove requirements that management bargain with foremen. 7. Require unions ns \vell as management to bargain j n g, K ] ( | faith. The former NAM president declared thnt "if Congress does not car c to establish equality before the law fur both labor and management, then it should...give management tlic right to engage. in conspiracies against the public interest." Calling for the government to abolish the OPA June 10. Mosher said "OPA, trying to make 8.000,00(1 Ruesscs on related prices, has pro• ditction and distribution al! foul• ctl up." • ^ Calling for the government to ^h" H e added that current inflation ^^IKIS cloaked by black market pri- • crs and government subsidies. • "Nam's position is that the sonn- • rr the bad news is revealed to the V people, nnd the sooner we • SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Two Friends Talk With Christ Scripture: I,uke 24,13-35 iiy WII.UAM «. mi.Kor, D. i>. Of nil the lU'.sun eel ion stories, the most amazing, and yet the most convincing, seems to" me to be thai which relates the meeting of tlic two unknown disciples with an unknown Stranger. The disciples, you will remember, were journeying from Jerusalem lo Emmaus after the crucifixion of Jesus. At (he end of Ilieir journey, the unknown Stranger was revealed as Ihe Risen Lord. It is an Astonishing story, miraculous in the highest degree. 11 is amazing in Ihe'failure of the disciples to recognize the companion who joined them; in the fuel that lie partook of the meal with them, ploying His presence to be something more than specter of their imagination, in their immediate and clear recognition of Him as He brake bread, blessed it. and gave it to (hem and in His vanishing at that very moment of recognition. Could there be a stranger story? Yet to me it is just as Incredibly convincing. H puts the evidence of Christ's Resurrection on the plane of something highci than legends, traditions, or wonder tales. . I note first the plain maler-of-] fact way in which it is toki. There is no suggestion of embellishment of the story's spiritual fact and significance. H is related with a restraint and with a spiritual emphasis that is the best evidence of its integrity and outhcnticily. Such a story would have been beyond human invention. We may be sure that Uike is telling what actually happened. One of Ihe two travelers was Cleiphas. unknown "xcept for his reference, and the other is not identified. It is possible, indeed probable, that the latter was of the company of disciples at Ihe last. SUPPLT in the upper room, for he quickly recognized the Companion when He brake and blessed the bread as ]lc had at tht- last suppci are all made plain to people living now. If we no not apprehend them it is because we are dull and lack spiritual Insight, not because no provision has been made for our enlightenment. What more do we need than this very story of the disciples on the way to Emmaus, and of what the discovered as they met their Risen Lord? Do om- hearts burn within us as we read these things Does Easier mean for us i\ Joyous meeting with the Christ, and a gladness In the scriptures -which have Ix'cn o]>encd? A mere formal belief that Jesus was resurrected from the dead is of little worth, unless He be risen indeed in our hearts, and unless our hearts, too, burn within us as He talks with us by the way. Tor, if we win but realize II, the Christ is the Companion of the road, no matter where we travel. And He is present In every place where we break bread. at not more than cost price. A former broad jump chnmplon «nd baseball-.and basketball iPtlcr- man at Indiana state Teachers College, Uaylt believes nthle.tlcs proved themselves more than Jusl a receration medium during the war. In fad, one of his proudest achievements in the China Theater was riyhl along these lines. Hack in December. '15 — when folks at home were watching Armv swam]) Navy al Philadelphia* municipal Stadium-more than 10 000 soldiers mid sailors in Shanghai watched an Army-Navy game of their own which, for a few hours, look them right back home. This was the colorful "China Howl" game In which the Navy All-Hlars whipped the Army All-Stars 10-0, And It was Hayh and his depart- mrm whose promotion made Mils game Ihe thriller it really was. The Colonel now Is going back lo his old job as athletic and physical education director of public schools in the nation's capital PAGE N1MB Cor Shortage Solved for Them I. Gl Santa Claus Brought Cheer To Men In China By STNI.KY KK.'II Wiiilru I'rc.ss Staff Correspondent SHANC.HAt (U.P.)—China's "GI Santa Claus" is on Ins way home to Washington. D. C., but 'he has left behind a record of having provided a year-'round Christmas for American service personnel in the China Theater. His real name Is Col. Birch E. I Bayh. but it will be. a long time 1 before any of the boys stationed in China will be able'to think of _ him as anything else but "Santa." i Col Hayh came to the China Theater in December. 1344. and entered right into (lie Christmas 1 spirit. As Theater Special Service officer he was a godsend to Shanghai GIs who were pitying CNC $450 for a cup of coffee and about I CNC 51,800 just to taken in a Mass. (UP>~Nearly every oilier American has blue eyes. A nanon-wide survey by the American Optical Co. reveided that 48 IRM- cent of the nation is blue- eyed. 37 per c;ent brown-eyed and 15 per cent gray-eyed. lloi.sri (Jo un Honey Hinge Ore, (UP)— Claude luover (Irmly believes a bad horse, 'ike a bad poliilo In a sack of good ones, can s|x>ll it hti'd. Me reported a liorsc he purchased from the Army taught. Its newly-acquired friends how to nose open a beehive and the six of them went on a honey bint*, ectlnc UN contents — btti uut all'— of U hives. ' . Baltimore has inereucd the hourly wacen O f 1U pubbc work* department from five to N e*nt* on hour under a contract with ui AKL union and the city. 1'orly-lwo years old mid still going slroni; (Y), this one-cylinder Heo, pride of Ihe highway during Toddy Itoo.sevelt's llrsl term in the White House, was recently acquired by Achim Ogoivaly and John Gei'dy in EI Topeka. Kansas, farm equipment exchange. Adam Is pictured aboCc as he exhibits his mastery of such revolutionary foaturos as right-luiml steering, chain drive, ami single forward speed to passenger John, who Is sluing above niolor. It is in the reference to the movie. binning hearls that the .story is [ During his 15-month stay, the back to competitive production and I mo.sl appealing. "Did not our' Colonel and his crew set up a pricing, the sooner the inflation | hearts burn within us, while He routine which was something like threat be halted." Plans For Building Paper Mill Revealed PENSACOLA. Pin.. April 18. I UP) Plans for building a SI2.000.- 0110 paper mill at nearby Cantonment were revealed today. The plant, itself, will cost about $7,000,000. according to j. H. Allen, president of Alabama Pulp and Paper Company. The resl of the money will go for the property, forest lands and supplementary installations. The new plant will be erected near Allen's other mill, the Florida Pulp and Paper Company plant. The project will provide jobs for about 2,500 persons, he .said. talked with us by Ihe way and i while lie opened to us the scrip- lures?" i \Ve of today need no miracu- ' lous events or appearances lo open Ihe scriptures for us. The meaning of the Christ. His pur- | po>v in coming to the world, the power of His salvation, and the . fact of His spiritual presence "dish night" in the Stateside movie houses. Everything from free movies, concerts, shows, books and athletic equipment were ofter- ed to the OIs just ior the asking — and there was plenty of asking! Even the cheapest Stateside bar now couldn't compete with the Colonel's enlisted men's club. where the GIs can buy good licmoi Census figures .show 1940 grape- | fruit production of over 43 million boxes was a thousandfold increase since 1803. My Regular Deliveries Have Been Completed / Still Have Available * few bushels of High Germinating PIONEER Hybrid SEED CORN in Popular Varieties " CALL OK SEC Mrs. Howard Bowen Luxora, Ark. I'honc 1-K-ll IXBE WANTED CATTLE, CALVES & HOGS Top Ceiling Prices Paid BUYER AT PLANT DAILY MONDAYS THRU FRIDAYS Come to BURING PACKING CO. Inc. PHONE 44, WILSON, ARK. Lawnmowers ExperUy sharpened and repaired. Phone We P ick U P and deliver. Immediate service and guaranteed satisfaction J^ | *y 2, assured. We also specialize in gas and electrical welding. F. L. WICKER MACHINE SHOP 215 N. Second . WADE'S. A Name that Means MORE in Home Furnishings FOR SALE 100 Tons D & PL Cotton S«ed D«lint«d and Treated. $125 ton FOB Armorvl. 2000 Bu. Ralsoy Soy Beans. Even Weight. New Bags $3.50 per bu. Lee Wilson & Company Ai'miHtl, Arkansas Want a Pair of NYLONS! Attend the auction to bo held under the auspices of Osccola Kiwanis Club. Auction Starts 4:30 p.m. SATURDAY AT OSCEOLA REMEMBER (his u a ni e when you htiy home furnishings. I''or il means <it)le (|tiitlily, finer mure of Ihe well known ilium's in home furnishings, more value for your money. II means dial you i-mi liny with confidence, knowing I ha I the furniture you purchase he: e is biu'ked by an institution built up principles of inl eerily finality and inlelliKeiu- service. Tho name WADK is your assurance of correctness . . . your assurance that whatever you buy will be in jfCMiil taste, of fine design, and of a iiuality thiit means lasting satisfaction. Let us serve you the time you need furniture prove (he statements have itiitdc. o on the in in en for Business!. TAYLOR SAND AND GRAVEL CO. Specializing in River-Washed Sand and Grave 1 V Plant and Office Located On River at North End of Bushy Ave. CARUTHERSVILLE, MO. ll('\l , and w« Livingroom Suites - 179.50 to 425.00 Lounging Chairs - - 17.95 to 69.50 Occasional Chairs - - 6.95 to 22.50 • Use Wade's Friendly Terms It's Time To Get Your Home Ready for the Summer Weather! Don' I wail until the hoi weather overtakes you hefore rloint; something alinul it. ACT NOW! Choose some comfortable outdoor pieces NOW and lie ready lo enjoy Ihe hot weatbcr ont-of-dors when it comes. A visit lo our store will siiKKfsl. many cimiforlalilc ideas. iM;uiv new pieces have jusf arrived. SKK THKM TODAY! WADE FURNITURE CO. Phone 3122 112 West Main Street POULTRY WANTED! Mr. Davi.s is connected with the country's largest junillry buyers and offers highest prices at all times. . , .-.,.. TODAY and TOMORROW'S PRICES— Hens — 25c Cox — 16c WUNG YOUR POULTRY TO US. 1711 West Vine St. BlytheviH. FricM Subject to Chai.fe Without Nolle* For Your Home .Mist, rrcnlvccl lur^e shipment, of Spring-filled living room fin'nlliiro. 7. plrcc living room suites. $159.05 to $264.50. Couch suites. 2 piece, $101.1)5 to $199.50. Couch only $59.05 to 48B.50. Also n liirge number of spring nllea rockers to select from. . • Alvin Hardy Furniture Co: New and Used 301 Eaal Main St. Phoo* 2MS f ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Let us figure your bill of materials or the total Contract, including labor. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. no So. sec. Phone 3371 JitfTAROUND THE Clct yourself ready for harvesting now. Don't •v;iit until it's lime to cut before ordering p.irts you need for your binder or combine. Certain critical parts arc still liarci (o «ct.' Waiting until the last minute may result in your being held up at harvest time. Please [jive us your list of parts soon and we'll have them ready for you before cutting starts., McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blytheville, Ark. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES, PARTS AND SERVICE POULTRY FRESH DRESSED DAILY FRYERS CUT UP Buy.the entire Fowl «r Just the Pieces Yon Want Ask tis for Our FKKSII Infertile Yard KRSS. Garden-Fresh Produce Received Daily We Stock a Wide Variety of Pickles, Olives, Jams, Jellies ASPARAGUS Al1 and S|>c;ir.sH0rnnHUVW All White SPKARS The Variety Grocery—Conw and S«e ' Pickerel's Gro. & Market Phone 2013 104-1 Chicka.H»wb« Av«.

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