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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 25, 1944
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Workers Needed '• . • '^ In Forge Shops At Least 7000 Men ' Must Be Recruited For EssenHql Work A serious labor shortage In foundries'' and"':'.forge shops has caused the War Manpower Commission : to place this'Industry 'on' Ihe ^ighesl^iabor ; prlprlty . list, Floyd' sh'arp, state Manpower director aiiriounced yesterday. "' "A serious' crisis 'lias arisen in" Ihe nation's foundries and' forge shops where vital parts' of vital war'equipment are made," lie saw. There is an urgent need for from between 15,000 nnd 20,000 able- bodied men to prortuc"''.castings and'forglngs used in' practlc.illy every piece of mobile War equipment. ""At least 7,000 of these workers must be recruited nt once.' Men are asked to accept 90-day Jobs as I n patriotic contribution to this war! emergency. They will be paid' good) wages, -and-given aid in making the transfer from and back to their present employment." ; Men who can accept this employment have been asked to vlrc collect to the Forge and Foundry Division, War Manpower Cohimi:,- sion giving name, 1 ' age, • address nnd telephone number. EDSON IN WASHINGTON GOP On Trumdn: Just Wait BY S. 11UKTON HEATH ALBANY. — Dewcy slr'nleglsis would have been delighted If the Democrats had' ronomlna'ted Henry Wallace for vice president. They profess to feel that Wallace could have attracted no votes that President Roosevelt will not get anyway, and would have alienated enough to have helped Governor Dewey's cause materially. ' •''••"_ But don't get the Idea from this that the choice of Senator' Truman discouraged tlie Dcw'ey entourage. Quite the contrary'.When the President's he-ls-my-belovedtfrleiid letter sent Wallace's' prospects tumbling to about two : degrees above freezing, almost •'everybody nround the stntc capitol held 'liis breath lest by Inadvertence he should chill the ensuing boomlet for.Senator Truman. • Before the campaign is very old, tlie'public is going to be reminded of Senator Truman's 'political-debts to the notorious Pendergast machine In Kansas City. The text'of the Missouri senator's (rjbule'to his benefactor, after boss Pendergasl had been sent to the penitentiary for his proved crimes, will be'/giyeh' wide distribution; •" : .':'-'•-, '1 his, however, .is not the Achilles' heel that pleases the ' powcylles most/ Pa i 1 ad ox ic ally enough, 1 .,.'-the real reason' G. O. P. lads' think a' Service. State.? '• Classified "Ad Lost Money Brought Results CONWAY, Ark,, July .25. (UP)— This is a story Involving a little 12- year-old girl, a retired -'rear' admiral jhl a classified" advertisement. • Little iJivada Gni-rett of near runway worked hard in the cotton I fields chopping cotton to earn her $5'.GO. But she didn't hold on to it tight enough" She lost it while walking down tlie'streefUi Conv/ay. Lavada was broken 'hearted. Then someone suggested that she advertise her loss. So Lavada went to a Conway paper and inserted a small ad in" 'life"'lost' ahd'Tou'ri'd section." Then she waited, hopefully. Well, Lavada wailed for a month, arid'no answer. And then, out of the .clear sky, came a letter from Tyler Cluverius, a retired Navy rear admjral now president of the Worcester Polytechnic-Institute of Worcester, Mass. Enclosed was a check for $5.00. No one knows how the kindly rear adriiiral'obtained a copy 6("the pap^r. But Lavada doesn't care, she; has her hard-earned money back. ' ' '. Russell Hoynes fan Receives Commission^,,,., Russell Haynes Parr, son or Mr. nif'dMrs. Hussell O. Parr of Bly- thevllle, was commissioned a second ' lieutenant - in ' ceremonies held Saturday liiorning • at Fdrt -'Knox, ypy..He was "a^mejiiber 6l the 05th ^graduating class of the Armored Officer Candidate School. ••••'• Now on 15-day leave, Lieutenant Parr will report back to Fort- Knox at the end of tliat time. war contracts'and their fulfillment —the very job-that made Triliiian a' national figure'and won him the vice presidential nomination.-- - - TKUMAN SEEN AS FDR's MOST' DAMAGING WITNESS Dewpy researchers, even before they"begin "checking the committee's reports word: by. ivord, are certain that Us findings can be used to make Senator'.Truinarf their most damaging : witness .against his run- ning'niate. ' " ' The Truman committee hearings and reports unquestionably - would have been combed anyway for ammunition in supporfof the G. O. P. 'contention llVat li PreMdeht Roosevelt 'has badly- mls'maha'ged war production. But the blessing that the Democratic Convention''"placed iijxm tlie 'Missouri''senator's work Us counted-upon to make-thls'-mate- rial the more devastating. It will no longer have to be presented' as the findings of a statesman who; though a Democrat, might be considered hostile to Mr. Roosevelt. It now becomes a reluctant indictment drawn by the • Democratic parly's alternate choice for president by one of the three men with whom President Roosevelt said he would be glad to run for re-election. The line of attack opened up by Senator Truman's selection is broader than that which would have been available If'Vice President Wallace hiid'won ou't. " , In _the latter case the major argument would have been that Mr. Wallace himself is unfitted in capacity and temperament to succeed to the presidency if anything should happen to Mr, Roosevelt. • ' G. O. I', FIGURES'-ON'A TRIPLE-THREAT" ATTACK With Senator Truman the approach ha'd'three spearheads:' 1. Truman's indebtedness to one of the worst big city machines in recent political'history. 2. The findings of Trumnn that coil be used against Mr. Hoasevclt's conduct of the home front, 3. The contention that when the Democrat discarded 'Henry Wallace nnd his four years 'of experience they knocked ,the props ; out from under their own 'don't-change-horses argument for ft fourth term. Even 'Senator Biirkley, with the record or -his recent short-lived break with the President and their harsh Interchange df Invective, did not seem to the ueweyites to offer them so much ammunition as docs Truman. It cannot be said Hint the Republicans around here were fully satisfied with the doings of Ihe Democrats In Chicago. They would have preferred another Mndlsoh Squnrc Garden fiasco, like that which gave President coolldge a walkover In But they aren't complaining. The southern delegations came through better than the G. O. P. dared hope.-And the nomination ot Senator Trimmer was-pleasing,, nnd— foolishly or not can: be 'determined In Novemljef-thc- D'eweyftes' seem very cheerful. '- ( - •.-•:•- :-. , '• Two Deputy Sheriffs ' In Contempt Of Coiirt .' PITTSFIELD, Mass., July 25 (UpY —Two deputy sheriffs were adjudged In contempt of court t(nlay in an attempt to "fix" tlie jUry<ln the first inurder-trial of-'soolallt'e attorney John'.P. Noxon Jr., for the eleclro- cul!0n>f his Infant Imbecile soil. ' - One defendant, ,vyilllqih 'A; Ford of ; l,ce, was, .sentenced; by Superior Judge Thoimis J. Hammond'to six- months In jail. ThViithfcr; Wallace H. Kezcr of Adams; wiis'.fined $300' "A juror's'illness resulted In a mis-' trial but a second jury'convicted the wealthy lawyer;','who "'how awaits death in the electric'choir. 1 ''"• The deputies were accused of discussing the Noxbn' case with the' jury and of making'remarks con- coining the defendant's probable Innocence. Cor Ehqihes To U > .;_,-L*X ..._* -. _• COUSIER NEWS By CHARI,KS T. VKARSON United 1-rUV sUff Corm|io»il«n1 'DETROIT (UP) — AlUomobrtes . tlwl will run 150,000 miles or more l Without rcborlng''or replacing engine blocks ire: predicted by the . Budd Induction Heating Co., Inc., [through heat ; treatment of cylinder walls and beiuing ! surfaces. I- iclilef Englneef'ltoiyaKl E. Somes revealed that lieat-treated cylinders »sed : by t.he Cfiterplllfif Tractor Co., I'eorla, III.-; haVc 1 Stdod up three to 10 t nifS-as .'lotig as-untreated cy Imders. i •'.'- '-:•'.- ;• •> ••• v ; . '• • "To passenger car owners, thli ,lucaris that' "ah - nuiomoblle engine .that 1 forinetly had/aii average life 'of 50,000'tnifts can ; be exiKcted to rim'at least' 150,000 miles under , normal conditions without excessive i wear," Sommes said. | 1 0rdinary good quality cast Iron, known- to the''Industry as "gray 8prta[ *nd Sunnier ''•' Ti/N£-UP Saye Gasoline . "." . SaVe Tires. Get All-round Better Performance I T L SEAT MOTOR Ca duTOei Dttbt firti * gcrrtot ui w. Aii riMn* tits WE FItL AlA DOCTOBB' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAyj TOB MONET STEW A|TS M»tn tin BoachM, Rats and Mice eljmi- nated. Contract service In pest control. ':"•!••> >,\ t : .*~\ Biddle Exterminators ''" 115 8. Thlrt' New Shipment of ' ' ' •'•: '.-.I •- V • ••-' 1 T SM'-f '•,.< White EXTRA SHEER Per pr. There were 3Q dozen pair of thejse .exquisite hose in this shipment, so vye have, your size ... BUT don't wait top long to get yours' Miss WhttsUt's Sh '-••" • "See What's New At ] ,' ,, tnkcs °" l!l ° nuallty of hard sleel through Induction heat treat- '»wl,' somes saltl, yMV slntidard piwwliia's' ttini jivo' the casUng MIC hnrdness ut u iircdclcfmlncU wpth svliero needed. '"•'•' Now Useil In Munitions Ucvclopcd over 16 years of research, induction lienllng ot inside dlnuictors-first used by liiuld com- inerclnlly | n 19;)? to Imrden Integra) "wiring races'In l^ord rear hubs. "Formerly bearing races «'ere pressed-in,!- Somes snld, "Now thov are pun-of UR> hub || sc lf. precision ground after linrtlcning. They nre I"' perfect ullgmiiettt and can't Clwi:, us the old ones sometimes did." In the plant, where powerful Kenprniors produce high-frequency nlterimtlni; curronl, Somes showed the process in opcrullon, now con- centnued on production of munitions'. An Indticlloii coll, Rllghlly siniill- ["• than the inside ot lh P part to be hardened, gop.? lusldo the piece tor one and one-half to two seconds, followed Immi'dlutely will) 'quenching"; by cold wntcr, controlled for teiiijicraliireiind innoiinl.. A single operation, [he pi-ocess Is PAGE largely automatic .and completely, i controlled forrcurreiit, - ttiiio, ' u>m- ' perature and 'depth 1 'nnd 'area 'bf linidne.^. When, remoycd from the muchliie aft6r"liar(lbnlnK, the' jili-ee will shoyv' any 'defects' 'In the orlni- iml intlal to.lho.nhkcd eye wllliout nilcrOjScoHle examination or other .tests. i . M "Until lire adven'l, of the liiuld Co. "process, Insldli trenllnif was not cotLslclcied cominerctnlly practl- c«We," Somes snld: >; liy (his iiieth- od, now'' In '''dolly production, We raise IJic tetnufrnlurn of incial Iran 70 deg'i'ees'"ro6ni temperature to 1,«00 dml' 1, 800 degrees Fahrenhi'lt In one lo one and ont'-litilf seconds'." ' Among; postwar' Automotive applications of tl\e Komi-s listed It'ealtncnt of chglno ' coiuixmoils nindc 1 'as ,lntegrhl"'pnrt!i' sucli us benilujj laces, .vnlve seals, InU'imil Bears' 'ami 1 splliics: • •• ' • While u belief prpduclls Ihe first consUlernllon, ' Soines snld muss production "Of Induclioii-lmnli'iied iwrl-s iuevltnuly will rcimU' In tower cost ami n fur sujiei'lo'r inilojiiobllc lor a comparable- price. atures Atlanta Augusta . ,;.' nirmlnghum . Clinviciflbn'-. . CJmrloUe . ., Ohiillanooija . ChWiigo •';••'-... Cincinnati , . IJCMivo'r . .. Dot roll, . .. Jacksonville Kni«a.s city Mncon :"... Memphis . , Miami' 1 ,- ... Montyompry New .Orleans New York"; High • • 00 92 03 85 0-1 88 ,02 33 00 61 0-1 92 III) 02 Dl 88 90 R**4 Ocurier wtnl Adj. -'y« > IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO GO TO THE POLLS AND V'O T E FOR JULIAN JAMES for Congress, Bur please go now, & thanks. ' ; ••'-Political Advertisement, Sun Antonio Savannah . . 1 ampa , Washington , Houston . \ Jnckson . . Little Rock Slirftvcport Tallahassee 'if" 98 , 95 '92 , 98, , 95 ,» n IS <*• 71 The British Empire' with 9,000,000 men nnd women under ,<i nrms has suffered 601,000 casualties In (hi? «ar. . v <• , v if, > ['. , Lox-In ' WINDOW GUARDS and - '"t < METAL WEATHERSTRIPPJNG ' ' Now /bailable Plione 551 far E. C. ROBINSM LUMBER CO. -Hey, CfiMm! Wanna buy it's not likely tHat a shifty, fast-talking 'gent r*r-A 'i''.-•-•' ' • ' ' •,:• ; " ; i yi'ill ever sidle up to you with such an offer. Bootleggers and Black Markets exist only where there are shortages—and a chance to jnake big profits by breaking ceiling prices. There are no Black Markets in. electricity, nor, are there any shortages. Arid far from pushing against price ceilings, the price of electricity has stayed right down on the floor. In fact, over, the last 15 years, the average price to the average family Has been cut just about in half. Of course, you probably have more electric appliances and use more electricity today than you 'did then — but you're getting 'twice as much for your, money! jYour thanks for such a big bargain belong largely to your friends and neighbors jvho work with this company. .They're doing a better, more efficient job every year. .• {{ear "Report to the Nation," xeics 'program et lie aett, rrtry fuealaf, 10:30, E.W.T., Columbia Brtoilasiliti Syslini ELECTRICITY R A T I 0 V ID 1

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