The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1947 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Lewis Retreats In Mine Dispute Cool Production in Many Areas Near Normal, Observers Say WASHINGTON, April l4. (UP) — The nation's soft roa] production moved back toward normal today as John i,. Lewis' United Mine Workers streamed tock lo tlie pits in force after two weeks of almost general idleness. Still hanging over tile coa! fields, however, was the threat of another strike on Ju'.y 1 when the government must return the mines to private management. Lewis has served notice lie will refuse to sign a private Contract unless it includes the health and welfare fund in his government contract. The latest work stoppage began aj a week of mourning for the ill victims of-the Cetitralia, 111., mine disaster ar-d went through the second week as a "safety" strike whish most of Lewis' 400,00!) miners obey-' ca. . In signalling -culay's track-to-* work movement, Lewis told his men to report for duty wherever "there, is rensontOlc ground to believe x x x the- mines' have been placed In safe eonclitioi!. The- or^er -oermitted reopening of all .life 2.63! government-held soft coal mines except for 350 still awaiting safety cirnrflncc by federal inspectors. The other 1C3 closed by Secretary of Interior J. A. Knit as '/hazardous" have passed inspection for reopening. | 1 |l.€wls (Uplreats ; Lewis' bark-to-wort: order marked a retreat from his original l»s- Itloii; lie' first told his miners tu f work only in those pits that.'had been recertified by federal inspec- Idle Telephone Workers Hope for U.S. Intervention LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April 14. CUP)—Some 2,500 striking Arkansas telephone workers begun the 'second week ol their walkout in- day expecting p. "long, drawn out 'OfllllC.". The long fight was foroecasl by J. H. Coe, state spokesman for the strikers, who said the only ho^e of a short strike was for federal government, intervention. Coe Insisted that morale of the strikers is nigh throughout Arkansas. MONDAY, APRIL 14, Jap Emperor's Brother Leads Simple Life tors- a process that would have taken weeks or months. There was considerable evidrmee that the safely strike w»s petering out oven before Lewis called it oil. Production on Saturday, nit optional woik clay, was 50 per cent of normal. 'Informed sources bplirvnl the reasons behind Le-.vis' b;u-k->.o- woric order were: 1. The lenlurc handed Mm last week by Federal jiidij,, 'p. Alan I GoldEl)crmii>): about complyini; "In ' e«d ofaith" with :i Sti|;re,ue Court ] no-strike mandate. If he didn't comply, he faced the risk of losing for his union $2.HOO.(KO of a $li,f>00.- COo fine impa«>d for contempt of n Goldsliorcuph injunction order in the mine slriko lust Rill. 2. The miners have voiced slroni; objections to continued idleness and resultant pay lo.ss. 3. Congress has started n drive to promote nucl investigate mine safety. The Senate Public Lands Committee plans to call Lewis this week to testify en the Centralia disaster. A spot check of coal mines to determine the extent of safety compliance is planned by a House Lubttv Subcommittee. Meanwhile, the U. S. Bureau ol Mines .planned a public demonstration at Hruceton, Pa., on April of the "cause and (.-lire" of coal mine .explosions. Victor * D R f STORAGE •BEVERAGE GO! fOK RESTAURANTS* TAVERNS a TAP ROOMS •ClUBS^CAFf • . • Controlled cooling assures complete utilization oi refrigeration and gives Hie unvarying low i tojaporatures so necessary for the rapid dry cooling of all bottied beverages. Bottles arc served clean, dry and appelizingly frosted wilh labels intact from this modern designed cabinet. Cabinet capacities IS to 31 caso3. <W. O. BLUE ELECTRIC APPUANCE CO. 110 So. First ^ 1'hniK' 2(i12 We Also Handle Segcr Commercial Refrigeration Equipment SAFETY-flRS Be Ready for State Police Checkup! Bring Your Car to Us ... HERE'S WHAT WE DO: 1. Inspect, clean and repack n-hrcl IirariiiRS. 2. Inspect hyrtraulic system. 3. Turn drums if scored or nut of round. (F.xtra Cl < Itrlinc shoes wilh factory specification lining, 5 Adjust nrakc Slices to secure full pedal. 6. Give ,von a 30-day free brake adjustment service. Phone 317!) For Ati|>oin(moii( Complete Brake Relining Job - only. ...:.. This Week Only! $12 Still & Young Motor Co. LINCOLN MERCURY SALES AND SERVICE ^ Phone 3179 Phone 3479 Arkansas Doctors Meet- This Week In Little Rock 1/1TTLE ROOK, ArX., April 14. «UP)—Dr. Harrison H. Shoulders of Nashville, Tenn., will !x> the principal speaker at the 71st annual convention of tlio Arkansas Medical Soelety which meets there Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Dr. Shoulders is president of the American Medical Association and Hie author of sevenil newspaper and magazine articles. His subject! will Oo ".some problems in the economics of medical care." j 'Dr. fl. King Witde of Hot Springs, state president, will i>re- il tie. ; Dr. James J. Webb Physician & Surgeon Announces the Opening of His Office Lynch Building Myilievillc, Ark. For Hie ficiternl Practice of Medicine Office Phone 2131 Residence 2035 'cisior Defends fouf'is Accused Jy Englishman •LITTLE HOOK, Ark., April 14. Ul')—Charges by a British mlnls- rr Unit thu morals of American Indents were ''deplorable" \vere es::rihctl here todny ;is the work f a "sensationalist." The charges were made in Lonon ycsltrchiy by the liov. Brian An ardent on <|OQI spoitsin.m bcfoic Ins health linlctl. Pnnco Yasuhllo Chicliibu, first brother of Kmpc-rt.r lliro nlo of Japan now spends much ot his time shearing his shctp and helping lo spin tlicji- (vool into ynni. He's pictured above Iti his home at Gotcnba City, opcmting the spinn'ng wheel while Ins wi(c cards the slipped wool. Photo by NEA correspondent Kichard C. Ferguson Truman Gets encouraging News About His Mother From Missouri Doctors WASHINGTON, Apr)) 14. (UP) — President Truman was back at his White House desk today with heartening assurances that his mother may walk again. The President put nsldo pressing national problems temporarily for a quick plane trip to Grandview, Mo., for a week-end with his mother, 84-year-old Mrs. Martha E. Truman. She suffered a broken hip hi a fall last February and has been i>cd-fast sever since. Five doctors old Mr. Truman "we expect that lie will walk again." reen who recently lectured to udenls In nine United States ci- ie.s. including Lillfc Hock. Green said that sexual relations Two Negroes Face Trial In Death of Deputy Sheriff PINK BLUFF, Ark.. April 14. '(UP) —Albert-and Willie Wukei'-snii. Nobel Lake Negro brothers, -.vent cu trial, here today on charges of first dcytce murder. They were arrested following tin- Fell. !) death of Deputy Shevlit Olc- Itis liryatit, 22, and c. VV. Whiston, 22, of Althelmer. The two men r>l- Icgedly were shot when they hulled the Negroes on the road between Althelmer and Cornerstone. The trial was delayed March 27 when Judge T. Ci. Pni'lmm dismissal nil all-v.-liUc jury mid institieted -..- liiah .school students is'Sheriff Osirliiiid Brewster common. He estimated that inj "ion n punel inuludtnt; et taio universities 8» per cent ol he male students and 70 per .•nl ol tlie women students have 'X relations outside marriage. The Rev. Kenneth L. Spore, pas- Eiyht Neyroes are on man panel. Ne^roes. new or of the Winflcld Methodist Jlmrch and president of the Sreater Little Hock Ministerial Aliance, termed the statement the .'ork of a sensationalist. "If the truth were known, per- enlayes would not rim that high," nev 10 asserted. "There is no doubt hat such conditions do exist, but don't believe averages would run nywhc-re near those figures." Negro Deaths J. W. Matthews, principal of tlic Allie Johnson, Negro „ pastor or Church or Christ Divine, i tlietl here Saturday night nl her home. She was 55 and the wife of Johnson. Funeral services will lie held next Sunday morning, 11 o'clock, at the Church of Christ Divine with Bishop Hoy Rudgcrs of SI Pipeline Threat Tossed Into Lap Of Freight Haulers LITTLE ROCK, April 14. (UP)- An increase in railway freight rates may cause the Lion Oil Co. to build a pipeline from El norado to Little Hock, the Arkansas Public Service Commission was tokl recently 1 . The statement wa.s made by P. G. Anderson, trafilc manager of the company, who appeared befor:: the commission as one prolcstant nyainst proposed increases in freight rates. Andreson was joined in his fiyht by the Arkansas Highway Commission, bauxite producers, brick manufacturers anil sand and gravel interests. Anderson said that the pipeline was planned before the war hut was delayed by lack of material. . "Now If our freight rates are increased, we may find it nece.ssary lo go ahead with our pipeline ijlar. he said. Opponents io ihp increase were expected to complete their testimony early this afternoon. DOCTOR'S DISCOVERY FOR BACKACHES DUE TO KIDNEYS •.If excess acidity of your urine make* your back ache 30 you groan ... so you up 3 or 4 times a night to pass water, now b< of good cheer. .Three generations ago a famous doctor noticed that hundreds of his patients had ihis backache. Hecompounded a inedicinft made of 16 [herbs, roots, vegetables, bnl- •ams — truly Nature's own way to relief. Millions have used it. The medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. Instantly you take it, it starts to work flushing nut thoso , excess acids that may cause your backache ... increasing Wte flow of urine to help ease ' that burning sensation when yon pass water ... and that bladder irritation that j makes you get up nights. Caution : tflke a ' directed. You'll scy it's marvelous. For free trial supply, send (to Dent. V. Kilmer & Co.. Inc., Hoi 1255, Stamford, Conn. Or—get full-sized bottle of fiwamp- Koot today at your drugstor*. Louis .and Bishop perrv Ivlosby of jittlc Rock schools ,ns.ii\rted "there .Lexington, Ky.,. officntinK. Burial absolutely no 'basis lor aiiythins Ike tlu> fiijiirra quoted by the min- ster. 1 ' ?. F. Overman, Former Little Rock Mayor, Dies LITTLE ROCK. April 1-1. (UP) — Hlle Itock will pay mini tribute it •! p.m. lodny la n man who served is its mayor from 1935 to 1039. R. E. Overman. 55. died in a L.iltle nock hospital Saturday ail?.- livo weeks illness. At the lime of his leath he was iisslslant to the Little Rock District U. S. Kni-liicer. During hK 4 mayoral ntlmillistr.l- .inn. the city acquired the water works and construction was stnicd on Robinson Auditorium. Surviving are his wife: op.c son, ft. F.. Overman. Jr.: one sislei- Mrs. Willhun Kencenberuer of Oklahoma 3ity: three brothers. O. R. ovciiiinn >l North Little Rock. Will Overman of San Francisco, and liny Overman if Indianapolis. Ind.: and one prtind- soti, Kichard E. Overman. III. -rench Archaeologists Study Egypt's Mysteries CAIRO. April U. (UPi—Au Inlri- ealo royal (omh dating back smic -t.OCpfl years and a small ho.ud of ailrl were union;; (he trcasmc:; nn- ratthcd by Fri'nch archaeologist", uorkin;; to uncover the mysteries if ancient Egypt, it was ivpiulcd today. Around the temple of Montu- Amon the .French archaeologists have found between live to seven continuous layers of different civ- ili/alions. Negro Minister Opposes Movement in England LITTLE ROCK. Ark., April 14 (UPl—The Rev. w. D. Luster Little nock, n Negro pastor, oi:en a lecture lour in Port Smith today in an effort lo prevent- the return to the United States of si\if 5.000 British children whose fathers were American Negro soldiers. He will .speak at Fayetlevillo, Tiilsa, Oklahoma City fti'id Frederick. Okla., Burl Wichita Falls nml Dallas, Tex. ill br; in Lnno Cnu?tery, Oilier lhan her husrmurt, she is irvivcd by a son and four daugh- ers. CiiStou Funeral Homo is in hnree. FOUR UKI'KKSKNTATIVKS Circnt Hrilaiii has four members of its empire represented rtiplo- nntlcally in Washington, D. a. rhe.y nre Great Britain, Union of South Africa. Dominion of Canada, ind the Irish Free State. Hern is the capital of switzor- 'ond. not Geneva, as is commonly believed. In the Matter «f (lie Prnbalinn of (he I.asl Will and Testanieu'. of .liilin ii. Walker, Deceased. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Letter Testamentary were issued to i?ie undersigned on ' the 12th cUy ol April. 1017. on the Estnte of Join B. Walker. Any and nil persons bavin; claims or demands against said estate will be required lo file said demands or claims propertly authenticated witli me, the undersigned within six (01 mouths from this the Uth day of April, 1047. Anlonia Carney Waiker Executrix of the Estate of John B. Walker, Deceased . Holland ft Taylor, Attorney, for Executrix. 114-21-28 Read Courier News Want Ads. SERVICE IS WAL PROTECTION |f COLD u( STORAGE Im \ f^ "C«rtiltod" 'mean* protection ogoinii fur dcteriotolion because heat damoge deitroyi natural oils in tke pelt. "Cer rifled" meant protection against damage by moth, dampneu, dull. "Certified" nieani protecliori ogainjt lot! by fif» or theft. "Ctrtified" meoni property CONTROUEO timperalurft and regulated humidity. Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phone 418 Hemorrhoids without Removed Surgery Tiv.'v* ,irv ninny very tmpor(nnt reasons why iMtU'nts prefer my methods of tvim>vinj; piles. No Loss of Control 1 linvc never had fltitl \vill nrvrr havo IMs h-:»nvn to cnc of my I'aUcntS. Tliinfc tl»Ss mi-; UL-U. No Loss of Time Vnle.*s you arc bdilriiMcn when J-OM TOTTM* (o m.-. y,>u will lose no lime from your work. Ijoes Uils inoan anylh^ to you? No Hospital Bills This Is n 1,17 saving for nil MllctiU w h o romo to mo lor put* removal. No Overcharge My rljjirsTcs lor nil \v<Tk fona at my cltnfc H™ nirnt <vnM-rvaUvc for the services rcn- Ocrc<l my patients. DR. W. H. THOMAS .Clinic 14O7 Lamar .,k, Phone 2-625% \,, '"' Memphis in '"." *•"•—» lo « r.M. Write for fire Illornliir... No ,l«,r*n It,, roniiil»llm,. WrUa * ' Big Week! And More to Come ... i This past week \vu h.-ul n bigger and better crowd than ever before . . . oacli seeking the opiiovtunity lo buy 01- sell a( otir aticlioii. 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