The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1946 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, JULY 18, HMO B1.YTHKV1LLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS CIO Gains Many New Members Organizer Pleased With Progress Made In Southern States WASHINGTON, July 18. <UI" — The CIO lus reported that Ha drive to organize 1.000,000 nevr members In the South was junking "fine progress" with none of i violence that greeted some ot prvloiix campaigns. Van A. lllttiicr. director of the drive. unUl CIO affiliates hnd won 35 out of 40 bargaining clcc'.lons held In the past two months. He estimated that 8.000 lo '10,000 \vorkers were eniployixl In ' uhtnts where elections were" won. "We're just Betting slart«'rt." BlUner said In rcporlliiR Unit ll>e Clo hud about 50 additional clcc- llon petitions now pending with the National Labor Kclalinns I!oar<t. Blttnc'r. Iicre to report to :i incellnu of the CIO executive board. K al<t thai Southern employers "naturally don't want a union," l)ut that tlic CIO drive was meot- i"8 less opposition than in former years. ITc said there had been "only four or live cases" of unfair labor practice complaints filed with (lie NLRB on grounds that employes were fired for union activity. "Ten years ago there would have been mnre people than that shut or baten up." he said. "Nobody Is being i-iin out of to'A'n now." He described the press in the South as "agreeably fair" and.satd it liad treated the CIO drive abina the same as Hie press in the rest of the country. Biltner said the drive was "making about as much progress Mississippi as anywhere else." B-17 Crashes In Massachusetts PACE NINE Atl Ml 1 inspects personal persons were hilled when shrGiidi'il in a heavy rain effects of tin- victims i the WK Army bomber FUirm. (N1CA Telenhou if 11 11-17 trusli tii'ar llolyokc, Mus.siicliusellii. Twcnty-tlve crashcMl into Mount 'torn, a l,'Jl)i)-U«l peak, whleli was He reported lhat Hie CIO hiut assigned 2-ILt o.'saniyjc.li to the ilrivc—8f) per cent o! lliem Irom the Soulli and IS pi'r cent -if them \yar veterans, lie said abiua 50 additional orcailiicrrs had been assigned by individual CIO unfits. Asked if the CIO had been hurt by AFI, charges of Communism. Hiltncr replied thai it iiad mil. and thai (hi: clir.rnt! had "Jiitl about died out." lie also salcl ll'.e drive had not run into active opposition from the KM Klux Klan. Head Courier News Want Ads. Petite Co-fd Fills Room With Riding Trophies COl.UMIUJS, O. (U.l'.)-Hor.ws have paid !,„• , ( pri'lty Ohio Slate University co-oil's eollrc.e eiluca- llon. Jenn Ulllenour, tiny, 23-year- old PlkeUm. o., girl has ridden her hor.si's In shows tliraiushinit Ohio and In several other stales. r lhe cups, blue ribbons mid prl/.e money liuve rolled In constantly since she britnn riding In earnest eilihl years auo. A IB-yem-old mare. "IVur Me." hus bcon the most consistent winner fin- jean. "I>enr Me" nave • lean her bluest thrill by winning the reserve championship Jump at the Chicago Horse allow In IMS. The plut-.sl/fd equestrienne — she's Just live feet tall -never us<'s n whip. She has grown «l> with Hie horses on lier father's 1.000-acre Pike connly fiirm. anil nceits only a friendly pal or n few words to carry them to victory, She lu'Kan riding at the a^e ol Mirer. When she wus nine, slin had (wo weeks of Insinuation on show tcchnlnuc^the only riding lessons she has ever luul - and wenl out (o win her first event. Tlml wus 500 ribbons and Innumerable trophies IIKO. Her cups fill her room nl the Kuppa Alpha Tlielu house, 1 HUe I'XpccLs to hell) her father »n llu' Imni IhlK tiiiminer. Him i-ome bark In Ohio Blsitr lo Mint a ridlni; pio;uin lor llui worn-' ell's plryMenl education deparl Track Star 24th Gold CII.-MUI'AICIN, Adds Watch wiileh i-ctTiilly nl Philadelphia] wlK'ti he eleiuvtt Q ri, 1 In. to win the I'enn JU'lays hluli Jiinip uvcnl. Kddlrniiiu won most of lil.i wiilchu.s ct)in|)L>tl]i(! fur Wrlijht Held Kiin'lcu (emu, where lie spent Ills last year of military .'.urvlcc. Eilcugli newsprint is made every four years.for a strip as »lo> us n" iiuwf>i>ii|icr to reach to the , sun mid back. 111. HI,IV) .... Dwli'.la Kildlmian, Unlver:ily ( ,t Illinois track slur, shniilit i,,.' ,,l)k' lo set up iiiiit-,' ii Jewelry buslines by Ihe time he amduales tnjiii Illinois In l'll;i The fornu'i- Army Air forp Irnek wl/.anl won Ills a-llli r.nli | IJcmt' Coui-ler News Wa'xt Ads. I . . . S»\v itlnnry Tuitiiy, Any Day STOP AND SWAP ^Sjfn-Tn 401 K. JInlll I'Jiono 8.VJ Von Musi I!o ll:i|M>y or No l)e:il Guaranteed Ico Cold WATERMELON Crispy Cold Fruits ond Vcgcftiblcs i FIREWORKS — for— FREE DELIVERY NOTICI: Notice Is hereby given dial iiuhcs and Co. have made appH i-iilion to ciect metal bins for tin ranc or sand and gravel, on Cn sl. 1UO feet of lol one of the .!. W Owens Hub-Division lo Ihe cily of lil.vlhevillc. Any protest should be in vrilinK and filed in Ihe office of the City Clerk. JOK CAKM-IY. City Kiwineir. Courier N'jws Want Ada. It Mdnslors NEURITIS, ARTHRITIS, RHEUMATISM Thrive Ihu-e Lnou.slcr.s^iuvr cuu.srrt more }mln .uul KUf- tUniiiH Uu' jmsL GO ytjurs Mountain Valky has (ought lorinK Mian all ollior liuinun ullinenUs coniblueii. And them day hi und (liiy'out: utid KKS to lUs credit many iiDlnble vtclnjtos. Probably 0 to 8 glasses o( this nutu- rul r-ikullue water, intiy lx> the grcftle.st bloK.sln^ you Iinvr cvvr known, 'I'ry H for JK) ilnys. Phone for inU'r- I'slhin liU-ratnro. Call ^7-3(103. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blylheville, Ark. We Kill Your Pests \\'K furnish labor, material and equipment, (,'ust It nomJiul—Call "With DDT [•.'lituinale Flies, Mosquito«s Koacht's, Water hug«, Moths and other insects. DEAL'S I'alnt & Wallpaper Store I67 S, 1st St. Phone * CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We JJuy ami Sell (iOO!) tJSKI) CAHS ( Cliamblln Railroad & Ash Sts. 1'honu 2195 ISN'T JUST A MATTER OF CHOICE? CARTER'S GRO. & MKT N. Highway 61 fluvor-scal of ••• each beau is unbroken until ground to your 01 tier, to givo you fresh flavor 'un- imitclied by prc- gromid coffee. fijFFEE ',';" 33' SAVE UP TO A DIME A IB. COFFEE U h 34 X£BSv ALL POPULAR BRANDS Krogor Grade 'A' Large Crrn. Do;-.. f* Grade 'B' Largo Good foods carefully selected ami. properly prepared arc the basis of good living. Among all llie foods you serve, good coffee is probably the most important. It's ihc "backbone" of many menus, notably breakfast and supper; it's the one part of any meal thai must be good if other foods arc to be en joyed. Hence don't take chances by trying to save a penny or two a pound. Buy the choicest, most skillfully blended coffee the market off era. Such a coffee is Admiration—superb in quality, rich' in flavor, delightfully aromatic and inviting. More people in the Southwest drink it than any oilier brand. There's a reason. SSK Use Spare Stamps Nos. 9, 10&49 5lb.bag35c KROGER'S -f SPECIAL BLEND Q>, IHRtE VA-RI e-HI-S B. E S X i r p.* /^hr 1 —^4- i ci> "TtiA ,'i No. 2 C'iiiis .'ific Do/en S.lif) J.l I SOUP <;ianl Si/.c liitr CEYlOfJ TOR FRAGRANCE SOUTHERN INDIA FOR F1AVOR NORTHERN INDIA FOR cotoa Ifa. 35< mm mm ... — i mmr'%*! OLD DUTCH CLEANSER ,:, SAVADAY BLEACH rS..;-" BROOMS 89 10^ 15 C and '- ou '1 Sniiill Ciins 1/.iru« CSMIS (HI MM' Sc CAM.ON 10 His. t'nr ^."> ll)s. for <ic lie (itic Sf.51 lioxcs S C SALT I CttAKEMG POWDER S 1 Better Seafood Values Tenderloin Troui Sb. Haddock Tenderloin Ib, Cod Fillets---!b.39c Rose Fish Fillets Ib. 39 Dressed Carp - jfc,, 2 5c H&G Whiting Limes-Tubes of 5 16c Watermelons - - !b. 4c Cantaloupes - - Ib. lOc S'iess Grapes - Ib. 29c PLUMS Ib. 19c ORANGES-5 !bs.59c Seed Lettuce - - Ib. 13c Potatoes--10 lbs.49c

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