The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 17, 1947
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'PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Lewis Demands Safety in Mines ' Boss of UMW Goes {Before Committee v Probing Illinois Blast :JWASHINOTON, April' 17. UP) Jftm V. -Lewis, uncommuniditivd' ai yet, on tlv government's invi-| tsllon to begin contract laJks with soil cotil mine owner:,, lo- d^y nppealed to a Senate Mib- commiltee for Improved mine safety. The United-Mine Worker .chiif- , lain said tills nation soon will be F injable to. produce a surplus , ut cool unless it stops " killlm; (lie inlne workers, using them Up and tr/rowing them on the scrap • Iwitp." 'Lewis testified before a Senate pjbllc Lands Subcommittee wh!cli Is 5 investigating the Cenlrnlin, 111. explosion in which 111 miners v>-^re killed. He recalled thai he lia-J blamed th'e disaster on |»ltcfes of Secrc- ; taj-y of Interior J. A., OP- L-.erator of tlie government-seized irilnes. • J'l reaffirm thai statemen', today," Lewis said. Meanwhile, apt. N. H. Collisson, Coal Mines Administrator, dls- , closed..he lias nol received no an- XvJer as yet to his invltotlo.i to cojil operators and .Lewis tj meel wjth him here April 29 for col- 1 leetive .bargaining talks. Tho gov- srjiment Is Reeking to head off ti ' tlKcatened July 1 soft coil strike \vhen it relinquishes operation. ', Pleads for Safety However, Collisson did no', exp^ct ansivers for several Jays. A • spokesman for CM A -said that Cplltsson's invitation would, bring together "a large number of people-" ' . . • : . • In his appearance before t'is Senate committee, Lewis said responsibility: for the Oentralln disaster-should not be fixed ,morely to* punish an Individual, but to establish responsibility for for the miners in the future. He said that economically the Blasts DeGaulle Boy Meets Girl Again With Same Result--A Difference of Opinion THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 19<'.7 NASHVIUE, Ti'llll.. April 17. (UP) — IJoy met Rfvl ugftln here •ruesrtny night. Tin- result was Hie .same, Thet'e \v:m u difference of opinion. Three boys and ihrce girls, ull liish school students, \verr- principals In Hie WatkliiR 1 liistlinle Weekly Open Forum. Other hi'jh nchool students In Uws audience (hippo:] in Urn- (two-bits worth — and that runsed some comipotlon. The iliroe Ijoys (nvurrd "peliine" high school. Tin- UIITC Bii'ls dii'l. Tlii'y tt'i'i'i' "shwkeil." '}'Jn; fee boys favored n ctmibU- .stand- Seeking to destroy tradilinn ot General DcCinulIc as u national hero, Jacques Duclos, l-'iencli Cominunist Patty bigwig, warns n rowdy ciowd of Communists in Paris that they must be vigilant. He charged tluu DeUaulle is campaigning for pen-anal power. point Hint lc-d to Insl Spring's Strike and subsequent, siM^ur'j. Congressional action mav have a bearing on the outco'iic. 1 . Overwhelming House passage was expected 'today of a .strike control till '.specifically prohibiting union welfare funds. Mine owm'i-l may want to hold up nn a^rcenu'iit until 11 is determineil whether his prohibition would he ennc:-il nto la\v. The welfare fund is now fl nnncetl by royalties ot live ccnt-i for every ton of coal mined. The Dituminous fund totalled $18.000,OCO as of April a. The anthracite fund was $2,112,200. •nation could not afford kill and wound" Us coal miners. The industry is losing manpower and yqutli's refuse to enten the m' hi said. JOnJy this country prolucej a .surplus of coal, Lewis skid. The surplus production will not continue unices miners receive better treatment, he said. . Lewis 1 United Mine Workers liuve been working under a government contract since the mines wjfre seized last May. Tils mlne=, must be returned to the! 1 .- ownerr June 30, however, and Leva, has threatened 'to cali a strike units, the operators agree to H cor.trac as favorable as the one under wfiich the men are working for the government. 5, Welfare Jssui* RatsM Iphe chief slumblii\g block to agj-eement was expected to be LSwis' demand that the ooeiutors aAept and liberalize a prevision oi.,Uie.-«pverrjmeht contract set- iiig up'thft miners' lieiUii and welfare fund. The operators strongly oppose such a fund; It was largely; the disagreement ove;- this Ticker tape machines, radio-telephones for businessmen, and tel- ^vlslon and radio entertainment are envisioned for the future by British Overseas Airways. WARNING GU;;.-.K In jhe Chancery Court, Clu'rka- sawba District, MlssKsi|ipl County, ArkanAus. Halite Jackson PlnlntllT, vs. . No. 10030 Walter Lee Jackson Defendant Th'e defendant Walter Lee J»fk- son; Is hereby warned to appeal Within thirty days In the cour named in.the caption hereof am answer the complaint of ib;; ptoin tlfl Halite Jackson. Dated this 9 day of April. 1H47. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk By Dorothy Conley. D. C. O. P. Cooper, Atty. for Ptf. Gene E. Bradley, Atty. ad Litem, 4ilO-17-34-5! CALL "fJQ" FOR . everything'In "INSURAtitt" UNITED INSURANCE ' A. F. DIETRICH, Afgr/ Your Home Owned Store' 109 West Main Street Phone 2f>fiS Fresh Country EGGS Dozen 39c No. 11 Spare Good ;for 10 Lbs. SUGAR 5 Lbs. 43 C Post's 6 oz. Pkg. Com Toasties 6 Pkgs. 29C No. 2 Can TOMATOES 2 Cans Canova, Admiration COFFEE ' Lb - 49c Mixed Dili PICKLES Pint ]QC emeus TOYS CIRCUS PACKAGES "' POSTS CtRfAtS aid of morals. The three girls didn't. Tne three hoys and the three girls did agree in believing that' 11 1 o'clock Is late enough to stay out on a date, dances and purlins should bn chaperoned, and there I should he no drinking together or no automobile dale rides. Mom, pop. the preacher and the traeher i BOt the blamo for any l nx lty It! youthful morals. ' Just, about, this time an "unknown" from the floor had enough. lie c-lini'B«l the six were a "select group Idling what they think wo want to soy." That encouraged another "unknown.' jfe chimed la that "Teen- town" dances sponsored by the YWCA. YMCA, nnd parents' groups oftimcs were held without lights. The conversation became a bit j heated about that time, with somc r one saying that the "unknown" had never been to a "Teen-town" dance and why dldnt lie come to one .sometime. ' . Thorfc was bne other point of common agreement, among all youtli present—nix on home dates. Li'.tle brother or sister always makes "three a crowd.' About tills Ume the forum ended and everyone v.etu home—:ii least mon. pop, Die lu-cacJior and Die teacher hoped so. Ai Dedication Of Lancy Bridge CAMDEN, Ark., April 17. (OP) — Oov. Ben Ln»ey was back ut ills desk today, after taking tiina off from affaris of state• yesterday to participate in Ihe dedication ceremonies of the Ben Laney bridge spanning Hie Oachlta Hlver at Carnden. Laney spoke briefly to throngs of Oachila connly residents, and expressed tile hope that the bridge T ft lift; [ °tf ct ed praise to the 56th General I UIIV& Assembly for its fairness In appro- l " rl " ''Jiids for road Oullilinf? In A facing of electricity-conducting rubber 'has been devised as nn ice guard for airplane propellers. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pleaso .t alkalliu inon-acid) iiowder, imlo^ false tteth more firmly. To eat and talk in more comfort, jiitt sprinkle a little FAB- would "be n symbol ot somclidns TEETIl'oVi"your piatcs. No "gummy, that is liLsling and ueuerieial." yoocy, pasly tasle or feeling. Checks The governor delved briefly into "plate udor" (denture breath). Get tile state's highway problems, and f'ASTERTH ut any drug store. Dried fruits retain their original color, flavor, and vitamin C content longer if stored at 32 to 40 F. temperature. We arc taking orders fur Attic Fans to lie installed before hot weather. Call as for estimates MISS. COUNTY LUMBER CO. I'lione 4ir> CIRCUS TOYS CIRCUS PACKAGES POSTS Lipton's, the tea with that'brisk'flavor! i Ib. Package - 26c; ilbPkg. - - - 51c PEACHES s ': c "r^,, 29<s TOMATOES No. 2 Can CHERRIES Royal Anne No. 2'/y Can 39e FACE SOAP Wcodbury or Camay Bar 10c V-8 N.O. 2 CAN VEG JUICES .TOAN OK ARC KIDNEY BEANS No. 303 Can HUNTS -ALL-GRKKIS' SPEAH.S No. 2 Can 45 (.OLD DOLLAR VINEGAR Gallon 25* FRESH PRODUCE IlIMHO HKADS TEXAS GRERN HKADS LETTUCE - - - eachtOc GARDEN FRESH RADISHES - - - bch.5c YELLOW HAItY TENDER SQUASH - - - - lb.19c SNO-WHITE HEADS CAULIFLOWER - Ib. 15c IbJk CELERY - - - - ea. 15c HOME GROWN GREEN ONIONS - bunch 5c SUNKIST LARGE .'!00 SIZE LEMONS, very juicy r doL29c LARGE CRTSI'Y HUNCHES CARROTS ....... 5c FRESH AND JUICY BEETS bch.tOc LARGE CRISI'Y STALKS SALAD DRESSING Te ro^; ic 17 S 0,. ,Iui New Suds Discovery DREFT BLACK EYED PEAS • a I a V l>ct or Carnation, :J lull or 0 small S7<- SCi 32 C No. 2 Can 13 OLIVES Hnast's Spanish SO Count Qt. Jar 95 SUPER SUDS Large Size 33 C Pure While Snai> Flakes Larije Hox 37 BLACK PEPPER UlcCormick's | Cc 2 Oz 15(>x 13 SMOKIHG TOBACCO I'rincc Albert Tin 10 CIGARRETS All Kramls Carton Si 95 s l CIIAAD Cohfcclioncr's or Old Fashioned •f'ii auuHif Brown . ]»„„„,) 11 OCTAGON, untl 2 tors f Ac Crystal While Soap. Ilotli Iw TOMATO CATSUP f?iook's 11 Oz. Hottle 23 RIVERSIDE SLICED BACON IMI'ORTED SWISS CHEESE VEAL LOIN OR ROUND STEAK •- ALL MEAT FRANKFURTERS HENS FRYERS EM) SLICES CURED HAM GRADE "A" BOLOGNA GOVERNMENT GRADED BEEF ROAST i'RKSH DAILY GROUND BEEF (mi STEAK Ib. Ib. Ib. 3Sc HOME Df?fSSfD "•• Ib. Ib. Rib Choice 350 430 3501 "•• 560 TAMALES Van Camp's No. 803 Can 20' WflXPAPER ('iifrile !25 F(. Roll 17 C LIBERTY CASH GROCER

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