The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 5, 1946 · Page 2
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- «*AGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1946 Mmufacturer Withholds Pay New Jersey Firm Uses "Whip" to Get No-Strike Pledge. "CAMDEN, N. J., July 3. (UP>— The Cariipbcll Soup Co., today with heU over $500,000 l« btick pay from its employes "until such time as tfe» union will give assurance there wM be no strike or stoiipnjc" dui- ing the coming tomato season. John M. Hocrle, vice president 111 ehnrge of production, said Hint the food, lobacco, agricultural and Allied Workers Union (CIO) threatened to strike at Its plants here and In Chicago because the company arranged with the National Far» Labor .Union to supply 200 migrant workers for Campbell's Salisbury, Md-, p'.nnt during the tomato season. "The ITA must learn to becor.-e & responsible representative of its members," Hoerle said. "We tlo not believe our employes want to become involved In a Jurisdiction:!! union dispute. II Is for this-reason that retroactive payments arc being withheld." Hoerle said that an agreement providing wnge boosts, retroactive to last March 25, stipulated Aiat the union "would do everything In Its power to eliminate' slowdowns and stoppages." 'Flying Pancake' Is a Whiz Osceola Society—Personal tilled he preferred business to bet;[iii]|na college; utter losing three ycai's time. To lie connected with him In the business will bi> Allen nice, also a World war ii velcniii who served overseas, who will pick up and deliver work. Tlic same crew of employes, long coime<:te<| \vlth the firm, will continue work, Mr. parks said. Tljc firm will continue its same price schedule, the new owner announced. Mr. Parks resides with hl.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max l'u.\i, at 1333 Chlckasawba, for Miss Jane Mnnre 24, and T5HJ' Armstrong, 28, victims of a plane crash yesterday. Armstrong, a former army pilot, and Miss Moore hiul flown to Iler- ryvllle u> pick up a plane whim liiui landed there because of engine trouble, They left their plane m P.cnyvilJc, and piloted the Ill-lalci! craft back to Skyraiich Airport hern. The plune was demolished when U i crushed in mi attempted landing. Armstrong was klllc<i instantly. Tlie Navy has announced successful experimental flights o( a radically new fighter plane, shaped like n pancake able to hover :it almost standstill speed or whiz iilon^c ot fiom •125 to f>00 miles per hour. It's the XF5U-1, built by-Chance Voughl Aircraft at Bridgeport, Conn. The photo above shows flight of the "Hug," an experimental model, with 75-horsenower engines. The actual "Pancake" will have two R-2000-2 engines, cither of which cim . drive..both propellers m case one enalnc fails. Two Arkansans Die In Airplane Crash EUllEKA SPRINGS, Ark., July 2. (UP) — Funeral nrrivngcment.i were belns,' completed here today WASHER SERVICE I'hlUp Frel iicuum ClPincrB, Farm, Irons and HinnH Al'l.linnviiB Itejmlrcil. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J. W. ADAMS. MBI-. lioim 1!01I 20U.&8 W. Main Miss Moore riled c" route to a Fajr- Iteville hospital. Read Courier News Want Adi. tvntfe HuMKo THl jpatnty COOKING FAT M Wonderful! Rofhrock's John B. Milcliell of Osceola lias enroled at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, for the Summer session. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Still am children, Eugene and Diane, of Plymouth, N. C., are guests of Mrs. L. C, 3. Young and family. Mrs. Bern Price, Mrs. Eniett Kiis- seli Jr., and daughter, Miss Lane Kussell, nil of Nashville, Ml. yesterday to return to their home utter having been the guests of Mrs. Price's sister, Mrs. Ada Butler, and family. "Mrs. John Miller has returned from Birmingham, Ala., where she spent a month with her sister, Mrs. T. V Sclninn, who was seriously ill. Her condition is improved. ; Mrs. Louis GeovRe and children, Shirley, "Skippy" mid Danny, have returned from Bay Mlnelte, Ala., nt_ ter ' spending a month as guests O f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ka- , was the weekend euest. of Mrs. A. W. Youne and (amily. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Burns and soil. Jerry Don, have gone to Los Angeles, Cnllf., for a month's visit. They were accompanied by Mrs. Ethel Henclilx, who will make her home in Los Angeles. Miss Mnxlne Clark of Osceola. who is employed by the American Red Cross in Memphis, is spending a vacation visiting friends and rela_ tlvcs In Oklahoma City, okla., and Wichita Falls, Kans. Mrs. joe Ashley Evans, who lias been making her home hi Sparta. Wise., for the post several mouths, has arrived for a visit with her parents, Mr. iiiicl Mrs. T. J. McAfee find family. Lieutenant, Evans, stationed at Carlisle Barracks. Pa., will Join her for a brief visit July (i. Dr. Cliailes W. Sllvcrbltitt. lieutenant In the nvmy, has arrived for a visit \vuli his \vifu and daughter. Nancy Sue, imd his parents. Mr and Mrs. Dave Silvorblatt. before going to Houston, Texas, for fur] ther duty. Mrs. A. S. Bayne and son. A. S Bayne Jr., of okimilgce, Okla.. art tlic guests of their ilmujhtcr and sister, Mrs. II. E. Phillips, und Jam. "y. Mrs. W. W. Prewitt and son. Dick have gone to New York, where she will undergo observation at Sclmcr Clinic. Sirs. M. L. Oingell, ol Philadel- A pure Jct-propulslon engine car only operate within the range o atmosphere, since it, depends on lit for operation. far Veteran Purchases usincss on West Ash Jlmmlc Parks, recently returnee om overseas scrvlt'c. has deel<tc( )on a business career. He ha; U'chased James White's Clennini id Pressing Shop at. 42H West Asli id has assumed managctncnt. Called into service 17 days aflci radnating from Blylhcvlllc Hlgl chool, he \vas in the Army three •ars. Following Ills return he cn- oleti at University of Mississippi, xford, ]>ut after a short time de- We Deliver For Complete Protection • ACCIDENT & HEALTH • HOSPITALIZATION • FIRE • MJTOMOBTLB • LIABILITY • BURGLARY • PLATE GLASS •TORNADO • SURETY BONDS • AVIATION NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108N.2nd CHAS. MlllTs'KB Squibb Mineral Oil Pt. 59c Qt. 79c 25c White Shoe Polish 19e 50c Menncn Shave . .Cream 39c $1.25 PERUNA 98c Zenith Hearing Aids Clover Farm Dairy Ice Cream and Sherbet, pts. 25c IMnimmmmmmm — It's Cowl! Bell Camp Candy Pt. & Qt. Thermos Bottles DDT Bombs & Liquid 5% & 25- Rental Library $1.25 PETROLAGAR 89c 1 Pt. RUBBING ALCOHOL 19c $1.00 FITCH HAIR TONIC 79c $1.00 CARDUI . 79c $1.00 ZYRONE .; 89c SWEETHEART SOAP Bar 5c 1 Pt. FLIT 15c 1 Gal. FLIT 98c OLIVE OIL 45c and $1.00 $1.00 WESTPHALS HAIR TONIC 79c 1c SALE on Jeris Hair Tonic and Hair Oil (Both for 76c) 50c MINERAL OIL 29c 50c VITAL1S 39c 50c PEPTO-BISMOL 39c 100 ASPIRIN lOc MILK MAGNESIA 1 Pt. for 25c 50c MOLLE Shaving Cream 25c $1.00 SHERTON Vit. B Tonic 69c LAVA SOAP ,,..,..,, ...... lOc S-T O R E Perry Rothrock, Munagcr Phone 451 205 West Main i ~ £ And your own guess cays ^Take the other" ;* Then your (Esso) map's worth its weight in gold They're Free ','.". and they're Accurate, brother! ITS A HNI niA to keep a set of ESSO road maps in your car all the while. New editions are ready—accurate and up to date. If you like, our ESSO Touring Service will bo glad to plan your entire trip, recommending best routes all the way. Ask your ESSO Dealer about it. In fact— you'll be wise to make the familiar red, white and blue ESSO Dealer sign your regular stopping place all summer long. Remember, "Happy Motoring" starts at the ESSOaignl Remember, too— careful driving count* today a» never before! ;, STANDARD OIL COMPANY • / Everybody out...Have a Coca-Cola ... time for food and friendly refreshment A cool swim refreshes from the outside in—but ice-cold Coca-Cola refreshes from the inside out. No wonder the words Have a 0% get a quick response. There's no more welcome invitation to enjpy, sociable refreshment-a friendly pause among those who sec things the same way. ^ iOlTlED UNDER AUTHORUV OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY IY ^ ET COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of BLYTHEViLLE T. • "Coca-Colt" and ill abbreviation Vcoke" are the registered trade- Rmarks which distinguish the pn>i- /uct of The Cwi-Coli Company. . This Is YOUR Chance 150 Head Fat Steers and Heifers 100 Head Fine White Faced Cows (70 With Calves by Their Side) These animals will be auctioned off at Stewart, Arkansas (5 Miles South of Hardy) Friday, July 5th This is YOUH chance at a fine herd of Whilefuccd Cattle for breeding purposes. The steers are ready for llecf NOW! There are also 3 of the finest 4-year old Bulls you ever looked at These cattle are owned by JESSE WEBB, Blyrheville, Ark. Used Ice Refrigerators - 50-75-100 Good Used Sinjjer Sewing Machine—sews like new NEW CEDAR CHESTS—New Perfect Sleeper Innerspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co: 301 East Main Phone 2302 All onr Employees are War Veterans. Top Prices for Cattle, Hogs Short haul — Less shrinkage and no commission means more money for your livestock. LEO SWIFT BUTCHER'S ABATTOIR Phone 3458 Rose land Service Station PRODUCTS . JDFE'N j SUNDAY^ JSAS-^Oc^ George Davis, Manager Hiway 18 West =£•!?(« Tli: CC Co., CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! 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