The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARltJ GbURtER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1017 Leaden ."••* -•* temand Repeal i *• •'^I'ff.f Wm. Gram Soys AFL W*4I $Mk Immediate of Labor Low I ftWASHINaTON, June 26. (UP)— Hnlon tetcfers signalled their fol- |'»ers yesterday tO'Jsfc'in vfgorw^ I'lmpalgAc for repeal of the Tatt- M/artley labor law and O.eeat ot Its '. jrigresiionul supporters In the 1948 h-eetlons *, 51, "William Green, preaJJentSof the fJ««OCO-meinber AFU' sifa his fganizatlon would bejlrt i&n lin- i«dlate drive for "prompt? repeal f the "tragic" act. J.,' "" , "The law will prove such'a boorft:- Varig that Its sponsors, and f'upl orters will be voted ijut of/ of- ice by the American people next ear," Green/ said, ' , >! In Sioux Cltft • lii.. Sam Eubhr.ks, xecutive vice-president-•" of,' file merican Newspaper Gtiiia IciO .reed the Guild's national-'convention to put more*, emphasis 'on a IoliUcal action program :t6'I'send il*)r representatives ix> -'congress." i Enactment of/the .-'new labor rurbs over President.'Trtiinan's Ivetb jised a strong-possibility}, puit^ the :.FL will set up a-poiitisaj ,i)btion om'mittee akin to, tty« ciO's: I The AFL's political nctivity in Ue past has consisted largely of Hopes' tc. Break Record With Model JJj* When a room seems too high cell- inged, carry ceiling color downwarci to the tops of the windows. This will help to "lower" the • ceiling", especially if a darker tint thnii or-' dlnnrlly Is used for ceilings Is used. Another way l& to graduate the (lut- ing of the wall Ijy painting the lower third a dark color, the next third a lighter and the upper third of the wall an extremely light tint, of Die same color, with a namtw Wonder what become of the model T? Well, Frank • Hoccvar, (it Chicago, 111., is out to prove it's as dependable as ever. More he is pictured wild his'1927'model T Ford In New Ybrlt Cl(j> prior to his cross-country take-off In an attempt to break the record ot . 6 days, 2 liours, and 13 minutes set by Caiin'onbiill linker in 1920. Hocevar plans only one s^op during the 'trip to S:m Francisco. Drltnln during; raids. Luftwaffe molding, or'a •thin Hue ot mctnltc OL 'Urlghl colored paint for con- liuol, at the celling line. -I NOTICE III the Probate .Court for the Chlokasawb'a District of Missls- 'flppl County, Arkansas. In' the Mutter of: Administration or the Kstatu of Mllilroil t II. Stevens, •)«c*ased. •Notice is hereby given that letters of udmtuistration were granted to Hie undersigned upon the Estate of Mildred H. Stevens, deceased, on the lllli day of June, 1!M7, by I he Probate • Court. Cliick- ax'awb'.i District of Mississippi County, Arkansas. All persons having claims or" demands against said e.stiitc must exhibit them, properly authenticated, to the tin-, derslgncd for ollowance within six months from the date of the first publication of tills notice or said claims shall be barred ^.forever and precluded from any benefits of said estate. The address of' the undersigned administratrix is Blytheville, Arkansas. Dateu this nth day of June,' 1917. Annie Stevens Hamilton Administratrix of the. Estate of Mildred 11. Slevejis,' deceased. Shane flntl Fcncller, Attorney. •• 0|18-25-T2-l) .Speeds work- saves he Jp* farmer* qualify work 4 Prompt delivery. • Concrete delivered to any job which' is accessible to ouj trucks. • "Mix" accurately propor- txjfttl 'rr I/OUT '/ob. • Firil streagth, reliability ' and uniformity in every Workers in Italy, Sicily Call Strike Against Regime ROME, June 25. (UP)—Commtui- iG-dominntetl workers lii Sicily and Northern Italy went on strike to- cluy in the hoiw of upsetting the non - Communist government • of Prattler Alcide Degasperl, and a labor spokesman said that a nation-wide general strike might lie called. • An emergency meeting of tlie General Confederation of ; I/ibor Executive wa s called for tonight to dlscnss 'the possible natlon-wltle \valko\it. A Confederation spokesman dc- j cllneci to .predict the outcome, bin said that the Italian workers protests will be nation-wide even though nil do not strike. The protests were touched- off -by Sunday'^ bomb and mnchlnegiin nttncks on Communist Br°»Ps near Palermo; Sicily. The Incidents solidified Leftist opposition to the new Degaspert regime, anil the inounting agitation threatened to force the government to resign unless the attackers arc caun'nt quickly. i Lei us quote you on thi« economical way to build, ft I If yoti need help we can pflt j you in touch with competent •1 contractors. ; ' -s "" snid that, time will be lh« greatest element In [he next war und "guided missiles mid .riei'i^l bombs will be the order or the day." He suggested tlmt nn attack would !«; made on Uns countiy, putting it-,in tlie-same position as /INTERIOR DECORATING Drapes ... Curtains -. . . Slip Covers . . . Palntlnff.. , .JFinierinjr . c. L. ROOi:ns Plionc 2400 MACHINE "Reddy Mix Concrete" Building Materials South I0t/i St. Phone 3531 a Aerial Bombs to Show In Next World War ATI.AN'llA, Ga., June 25. (UP) I —MaJ. Oen. Everett. S. Hughes, the alunys chief of ordimnci; (o-i day envisione'd another war which he said Is coming faster than any- | one tlllnks^ . , ^Hnghijs, ^gii. aij ^i^iiujloiv trip, ^eliding tits *m*fti^el's "'tlio'j^votlns 'records ' fcf '• Incumbent conBre.sK- hien. -.Tl* cost ol printing and niRlllr'g .fc'as ' tlofrayed by.--mouoy fron\ union dues. The Tatt-Hartley Act, however, bans use of dues for politic.il purposes.'The CIO, 011 the' o'.her hand, has .bee^I financing,-.its .political action- committee through cbnlrlbu- tlons frnn Indlvidiial union mom- bers, \ ' " .. High AFIJ officials suid last week that enactment of the Taft- Hartley curbs would "force us to orgftni/.e for direct poht.ur.-d action." Such an organization, they ssild would liavc to be similar to the OIO-PAC. let a Singer expert put your machine in first class running order. Reasonable charges. listimate furnished in- advance. SINGER SEWING CENTER 411 W. Main St. PHILLIPS 66 IS CONTROLLED* FOR UNIFORMLY POWERFUL PERFORMANCE! • It tnkes control to handle one of thotie fast-moving boards . . . and it takes control to make a gasoline thnl gives you uniformly .smooth performance ali year 'round. You can count on it—Phillips fiO ia controlled to suit your, clilrinte; lo help your engine operate efficiently in the holiest weather or the coldest. Phillips great variety of higli- qualily blending co'mponenta makis possible the power, pick-up and pep of Phillips 6(i! Visit your nearest Phillips 66 Dealer and try a tankful! PHILLIPS 66 GASOLINE "VOLATILITY CONTROLLED" fo gfvejyou POWER, PICK UP a,\i PEP! Second and Ash Street? Wilson Auto y —Dial 2611 — Dial 2611-1 G. E. Vacuum Cleaning For AH Cars. Let Us Clean Your Car! Neoprene Tubes, Made by the Makers of Famous PHARIS TIRES. Neoprene tubes are better 7 different ways! , ' ' Expert Washing and Lubricating STANDARD ESSO GAS and OILS Homer Wilson, Owner & Mgr. < Minnie Lee Jones, Studio ANNOUNCING Summer Classes in Piano Reasonable Rates Enrol] Now Phone 2994 or Wrife Miss Jones 807 Chkkasawba Blyrheville, Ark. FARM LOANS You can now secure the most attractive farm loan in history. Low rates of interest, extremely long terms with liberal prepayment privileges. Practically no expense attached. I£ your present loan does not bear less than 5% interest you will certainly be in- lerested In our Farm Loans. Unlimited amount available Such an opportunity may never exist again. So .if you wish, lo finance or refinance, write or see A. F. DIETRICH •-..„• c/o United Insurance Agency • > V* •O>9'/, W. Sluin — Guard Bids;. ;'' / '.'.•; Blytheville, Ark. ' ' * EXPERTS PROVE THAT The New EM. CLUB largest in the South" Located Highway 18 W. Blytheville, Ark. SPECIAL JULY 4 COIEY STOLTZ And His Band Dancing-9'till i Make Reservations i i at TJOR THE first time in history, scientific method*. used by life insurance companies in computing rates have been pui to work in figuring out lifc-cxpeciancy lablci /or Pord Trucks. 4,967,000 Trwckf SliKllccI . . . VColfe, Corcoran anil I.iniler, leading New York life insurance actuaries, assembled tlio records of all trucks of the five sales leaders registered from iy3.s through 19-H . . . 4,967,0011 trucks in nil. Then they prepared truck life-expectancy tables exactly the same way they prepare biim.in life.cxpccuncjr tables for life insurance companies. Ford Trucks On Top! ; The rcsull? I'ord Trucks Last Longer! Up to \<).(i°o longer th.iii the oilier •( sales leaders! Why is this true? Because Ford Trucks are built stronger. They're built to last longer! That extra life that's put into l ; ord Trucks corucs from Ford experience in building TOOK-trucks Ihan any other manufacturer. 1'ord knows boir to build trucks that last lunger! See us today. Sec the life-expectancy charts. You'll see why it'll p ay you i,, pl.lce your nrilcr for a Ford . . . the truck that lasts longer! . - E.B.Chitwood Wlral Lftncjer Truck Life Means te Yev Wky I* Pays to Wail for a New Ford Truck! If stands to reason the longer you use a truck, the less it costs to own. That's why longer-lived Ford Tnicks are the top truck value. And, logically, Ford longevity means lower maintenance .costs . . ; Less time in the shop. It means more unused miles when you're ready lo trade, and a better trade-in. Yes, any ifvay yon look at it, you H net more truck for your money with ft Ford Truck . . , because ford Trucks last longer! fOR KfAL M&lCVRy SCRVICf ALWAYS $££ YOUR Still & Young Motor Co. 1 Lincoln-Mercury Dealer,.,,,^L, Phone 3479 Blytheville Ark. 112 Walnut St. DR. MILTON E. WEBB Optometrist 138 East Main Blylheville, >rk. . THE RAZORBACK i t.^.^.^"^"^-'^-'^-'^'*'-*'^-^ > ++"&£&'£i£yj&'&^^^^ !•! Payroll and Income Tax Service '.' >• Bookkeeping anO General Secrelnml Service * LARRY KNEAS ' •Public Accountant & Auditor >! 10S E. Main J'BlvlheviHe, Ark. ' Res. Phone ;)71,"i Office Phonelfi!) FORD TRUCKS IASTID1EER! Th* life-expcttan<y of a ford Truek !%t U.I % lonew Ihan that ol huct "B" 3.7% 1on a «i Ihan thai ol titxA "C' 7.6% long** rhan thai of Irvck "D" 19.6% long« than thai of hvck "E" OFFICIAL AaUAKIAt CIHTIFICATI HJ^C*! on ihc api'ltcatton of ^ound and accepted • uinnat nicihods to ilie ACIUI! exr<ricncc ai nifjsiireil hy miclc FCRI^Iration <, we hereby t^hlir fiiiHy presents (lie relative lifc-csrccuncy of the iruik^ invoU r<(, WOLFE, CORCORAN AND IFNDEK ' III* Iniwanc* Atlumiet, N«w York, N. Y. It's o Cinch, Folks You're bound to look cool ... be cool if you send your slothes to be cleaned by i>s. fridi vicinal care given each garment. DIAL 474-475 Nu-Wa Laundry-Cleaners .V PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Wadwt «t Fifth •— Blythcvi lie, Ark.— Telephones 453, 3715 KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 te Old Rell G. O. POETZ The OM Reliable" PETROLEUM o^^, S«Tl«» PRODUCTS RR at Cb«rr»

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