The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1950 · Page 5
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1959 New Steel Workers' Pay Hikes Expected in Nation BLYTHEYTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER PITTSBURGH, Dec. ' 1. <AP>— More companies are expected to fall jn line quickly with the country's two biggest steel producers •rf*'ho have granted an Immediate ^6-cent average hourly pay Increase fo 259.000 members of the CIO United stechvorkcrfi. Big U.S. Steel cor|x>ration set the THEATRE 2019 West Main Open Weekdays C:IS Show Starts 7:00 Saturdays i Sundays 1:00 Always ;i Double KeiUure Lnsl Times Today fen — 1'LUS— HUMPH BOGART HUMPHREY * KNU-MRIY-MYAIUWA \tlVft CMrfjaJ , i-^ -«^r"T .x ,^.;.:,i tfv . L ., u, - i.i n xtxrc* . I.-..M ., 5!tWJ ri^LLI . **«„ t, *c^ in t£»3 Also Popeye Cartoon Saturday 'DEAD DON'T DREAM' Hupalonf Cassiily—Andy Clyde —PLUS— Sat, Late Show J 1:30 —n,us— JONES' GARFI Cartoon * Rucketmen Serial pace for the rest of the Industry a» it granted (he raise yesterday. At the same time bis Etecl hiked it* prices about 5% per cent. That will just about provide the additional {125,000.000 pay to so annually to its 165,000 employes, a company spokesman said. A short time later Bethlehem Steel Corporation, the country's No. 2 producer, granted its 94,000 em- ployes an identical 16-cent hourly average boost, Bethlehem Steel didn't announce ita price policy immediately. However. It's practically a certainty there will be a general increase In the price of steel and the countless products which are made I of steel. Republic Sled Corporation at Cleveland, the No. 3 producer, says it has offered the steelworkers a wage increase similar to that nf bio, steel. Republic also put a price boost into effect las! midnight but did not reveal the amount. Jones anrl Laughlin Steel Corporation of Pittsburgh, fourth largest steel i>rnrhicer. scheduled a resumn- lion of its wisqe talks with the stcehvorkers today. A snokesnin» Indicated JAL will co alona with pace-setting U.S Steel. Murray, president of both the CIO and fie steelworkers. flashed the green li^ht to his negotiating teams t« resume bargaining with 1.400 large and .small steel companies throughout the country. Murray lef: little Moubt he expected all nf them to sign on the dotted line quickly. PAGE Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. III. Dec. 1. (API — (USDA>—Hogs 10.000; sows steady to 25 lower; bulk good nnrt choice 100-240 Ibs 18.25- RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday & Saturday "Deadman's Gold" with Lash f-;iKue Serial A- Cartonn Churckn Norn* Head CLEVELAND, rifle. 1. (AP)— The Rt. Rev. Henry Knox Shcrrill o( Greenwich, Conn., presiding bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church, today was nominated us first president of the National Council of Churches al Christ In the United States. . - - .. -, _,,_,«...., ,.<„» i itiu. in ttji I'iii'UilllCI GaSOIlllP ( rnrlrc 11-0 n ii'i «~;:r tTM 1 "" T" 8 " pianc ft!is * nit "- comi " R -" ••> >•* ^-<" T ! Knocked cut tiatf.c at what is normally one of the world's busiest airfields. <AP Wirephoto). storm Alaska, HaV/a//'i B MkeYi!le Rabbi StatehoodHope Lost for Now WASHINGTON'. Dec. 1. I if, _ Statehood for Alaska and Hawaii ourmg the present. Congress appeared virtually » lost cause today. ,r?°, nate Democratic Leader Lucas D-Illi. O f Illinois, sa j rt he hcld n(} hope of coalition of Rcpulicans and Southern Democrats u'otiid re"' ov f "Jf roadblock they set up to stall the measure. He denounced their racllcs as a filibuster. President Truman had urged statehood for toll, territories as a , ^"U..° "!' 55ia » P'-opagnnda in ""'f ti-.« >! - . --••—<"i i"u}i.it;iimia in the orient that the u. S. has colonial ambitions. Lucas all but acknowledged de- icat. in a Senate speech yester- J'. Opposition strength, he said. spiia! Chaplain Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel here, will serve a s chaplain tor Jewish personnel of trie Veterans Administration Hospital at Poplar Bluff, Mo., it «as announced today by the National Jewish Welfare Board. He \vill serve the hospital personnel on a part-time basis in addition to his duties as rabbi of Temple Israel, the. announcement said. The National Jewish Welfare Board is the agency that recruits and endorses full-time and part- i chaplains \vho serve the 'eminent. Has . made it "very clear there vote m the federal Saturday Owl S/iow "Puddin Head" ,IUI>Y CANOVA Sun.-Mon.-Tucs, . ,S, Glenn Ford-Voili ICtaude Rains- Oscar Homoikol Iff E WHITE TOWER Wurner News * Shorlj SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.M. Last Times Tonite nig Double rcalure Prufi-ani ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY IS BUCK NITE Bring All YOMT Friends. ?] Per Vehicle Double Feature Program 2 COLOR CARTOONS Air Force Eases Dependency Rule Applicants for enlistment In the Air Force may now sign up if they have no more than two dependents 4>/Sgt. Arthur o. Balm, Blytheville recruiting sergeant, announced to- ay. Enlistments in the first four Jlades will be laken. he saiii regardless of number of dependents In explaining lifting of cicpcn iald that it i° n now poSbl'e "."''a v^i"',' 111 ^ W ' fe a " rt onc chlld '•" nci AIr For " if hf ™" For enlistment in grades nbovc private, applicants ir.ust have n rec- >rd of prior military service. $100,000 F.'re Hits Forrest City FORREST CITY. Ark., Dec. 1. orj—Three business establishments were destroyed and three others damaged in a fire which raged in the heart oJ this East Arkansas town early today. Damage was estimated tentatively by Fire chief Robert J. ,\fycrs as "well.over 4100.- Fire companies from Wynne BIH! Brmklcy helped eity firemen battle the flames for six hours. The Marlanna Jire department was called on B standby basis. Myers said. ----- 7 •>^~~'^ > f*k^^*^^^^!(cl Christmas Cards 50: top 70-180 Ibs 13.50-60; extreme 18.60; '.'50-300 Ibs 17.75-1825' IfiO Ibs 17.00-18.25; lew 110-1.10 lo.00-16.75; sows 400 Ibs down >-lr.~.'i; few 17.50; heavier sows '-16.00; slags 12.00-1450 Cattle 700; ca i v( , 5 6m . odd , o(s , |||d invuiiua! medium and good steers heifers 27.50-31.00; common l medium cows largely 19,75-21 50 oiid head good 22.00 and above- canners and cutlers 15.50-19.50. ' Unusual Greeting Cards K * iold exclusively to each customers JJ POPULAR 1'KICED « V Special selection K y Business and Social Use « GIFT WRAPPINGS I Complete Assortments JS Priced only 10c up A K £ Samuel F,Morris I SUIIuncrs-Offke Outmtrn « Printers ^ Across from Cltj Hall 5 SATURDAY MIDNITE SHOW MIONITESHOW 16Y S S ovc n OHlY| THINKING MOTHERS AND FATHERS Will BE L FIRST TO / ACCLAIM f How Sad Can A Go™ CirtGet..- V\\W VKW ww^Jfk W »IHLKKN7 F ^~~ • S F^ / 1 <&* |BB^ WHEKiW'W'"/^ i*i SnliahlcwnS. . . 0 " ,ni WCTl«'"'^' '•/A All-Star Hollywood Cost '00% GUARANTEED A Brand-New Hallmark Roadshow Presentation Thp N'alional Geographic .society ••>ays the almofphere is so ihhi u', Tibet's uplands that rocks net .'corchinr; hot in the Mm while nearby shaded areas are freezing cold. A Civil War battle wa; fouphl near Santa Fe. New Mexico, al- lhoii!![i that slate was then onlv a territory of the U.S.A BOYS, GIRLS Under 12 Years You Get in Any Theatre Listed Here for only and liuth tmtJs Blue Hnie cat-(on MOX RITZ ROXY STARVUE DRIVE-IN SAVOY (2) from FARM LOANS Prompt CUiinf fates \ViKgs Co. Rt'Af/roks I'hone i7.il Bljlherlll. Authorised Meriyagt Loan Solicitor l or THE PRUDENTIAL (t INSUMNCr COMPANY : ' Or AMIRICA ^ WE BUY AND SELL USED & NEW FURNITURE PHONE 2112 Air Conditioned By Refrigeration N E W \otir C.niiimiinilv Oulcr' MANILA, ARK. iMafinucs SHI. & Sun. 1'h. 58 Last Times Today 'I KILLED GERONIMO' .lames Kllison Saturday ROBIN HOOD and PECOS nor Saturday Owl Show CONVICTED GLBNC, FOKD Sunday & Monday BRIGHT LEAF Oiirj- Cini]>rr—Lauren Harnll TOUR FRIENDLY THfATRE Last Times Today "PRETTY irr DENNIS MOtlOA.S- BETSV IIKAXC Kn.MUNij r;\vr.x X.ACIIMV SCO IT Saturday Srilunh.v iMidnile Show LOADED WITH ADULT EMOTIONS ..-.PAULHENREID -~ Wmit,i HMW • GfUCi CC#fiN SUNDAY & MONDAY Mlr.bM b, BtO 2, As Illustrated 1. Tea Cur Two— Black Satin 2. Joli— Bbck Satin While Satin (Tmlahle) 3. .Muns Opera— Tan, Ji & D width* Other Styles Oo— White Satin Sling l.wilhcr Slides lied or Bine .i - 5.50 - 6.00 AA tn B Width* .M O EE S I Goutl Shoes & Hosiery SKYLINE TODAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY ADULTS ONLY! ADM. 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