The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1950 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 5, 1950
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THKEB Blizzard of f 50 Takes Bite Out of Coal Pile WASHINGTON, Dec. 5. <AP) — The great blizzard of 1050 took a big bite out of Aincrlca-s coal stockpile sooner than usual. It is^too soon to say how much. Bui, further, a progressive boosting Sister's Advice To Mrs. Macaure Proves Helpful Mrs. J. P. Macaure, 408 ance St.,, New Orleans. La. Radi- can't person 'liot taking imngme HADACOL who is sick and rundown due to deficiencies of Vlta- a mins Bl, ' B2 JNia^in and I Iron. She says I - h e continually I sings the praises I of HADACOL to all her friends. ] Mrs., . Maeuve was suffering fromde I ficiencies of .Vitamins Bl, B2, Nia:in and Iron, I which HADACOL contains. Here is Mrs. Macaure's own statement: "I have taken at least 5. bottles of HADACOL. Before I took HADACOL I was very nervous. My family was affected, to, because i was so irritable. Then my sister suggested I take HADACOL and I started taking it Immediately. After the second bottle I felt like I had taken all the troubles of the world off my shoulders. My nerves are now as steady as ever. My family thinks HADACOL is wonderful because my disposition Is 100% better and I am not (he least bit irritable. That's because I always have a bottle of HADACOL on the kitchen shelf. HADACOL is the most wonderful product on the market." Buy HADACOL today. Trial size liottle only $1.25. Large family or hospital size, $3.50. Refuse substitutes. There's only one true und genuine HADACOL. If your druggest does not have HADA- COL. order direct from The LeBlauc Corp., Layfayette, La. Copyright 195ft, Tht LeUlaiic Corpora, tlon of Industrial production and a forthcoming new demand for coal ,n Europe point to far greater needs m this one. Bituminous production this year has averaged 10.000,000 tons a week. The National Coal Assoclaton notes some things which it says will hold that average for some time to come As of Nov. 25, the total dug In 1950 was 454,000.000 (ol». If the 10,000,000-ton average holds, the year's production would be 504,000,(KW tons, although tt likely will be a little less. Loss Than In 1048 That is 50.000,000 more tons than last year but 45.000,000 less than li 1948.. And it's a far cry from the 619,500.000 tons dug in the peak year of 1944. otter Would Pay : ighting G! More WASHINGTON, Dec. 5. </F) — If ep. Potler (R-Mlcli) lias his way, ombnt Gl's will get $100 extra pay month. He introduced n bill In Congress ' provide $5 n dny,to nil OI's as azmdous duty pay. Nothing's been one on It. Today lie sold he would ntroduce the bill ngaln In January hen the next Congress gets going. "1 hope to organize, real support or it next year," he told a reporter. Potter knows what combat duty s like for the infantryman. He WHS lie In the last war and lost both The country's consumption in October was 38.000.000 tons. In spite of some holidays when factorie. were .down, the weather ami ' th business upsurge probably will s a November consumption of 40,000. 000 or better. One industry source figures tha the total to be used by the year' end 'will be around 470.000.OflB ton. Oil a 504.000,000-ton prodlictio basis, this would leave a stockpil of :«.000.000 tons. There were a few weeks this yea when output, got up to 12.000.00 :ons but they represented peak In some previous years 12.500.00 .ons weekly was the rule rathe .han the exception. One induslr spokesman said it could be don again very quickly if freight cf shortages weren't troubling varioi area.s. Aside from the demand .creali by industrial speed-up,' Europe h started asking for more conl. A Christmas Carol X THE I'HOKATK COURT FOK TliF. CII1CKASAWBA IHSTUICT. MIS.SIS.Siri>! COUNTY, ARKANSAS ESTATE OF DON EDWARDS, DECEASED /nst Known Addre-ss: 13 Bast Kentucky Street, Blytheville, Arkansas )ate of Death: Inly 30. 1050 XOT1CK OF API-OINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX ' The undersigned was appointed Administratrix of the estate of'the ibove named decedent on the 25th :lay of November, 1950. All persms having claim.^ against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the dale of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published on the 5 day of December, 1050. Ruth M. Edwards, " v Administratrix 408 Chickasawba St. Blytheville, Arkansas 12J5-12-19 Browning societies in the States. by Charles Dickens The Ghost of Christmas Present showed Scrooge the pcopFu of London chccifully shoveling snow off their roofs. They were happy and full of glee, for it was Christmas morning, ^n^^^--^^--^ 5 ^^ f And he showed Scrooge the shops, rVch '"to bursting with the abundance of Christmas. And then the church bells rang from every steeple, and Scrooge saw the people flocking to chuich in tbeif best clothes and with their gayest faces. Pact Powers to Seek Final Details ' On Plan for Using German Troops LONDON, l>oc. 5. (AP)—The At- ( the former rcich. lantic Pact powers meet tomorrow ' Diplomatic informants snld the lo threat out final details of a Plnii cnHs for the appointment of Dutch proposal for using German " civilian high commissioner. He troops ha West Europe's defense, J woukl .supervise rucnnUug ol Ger- The plan is expected to win the' man soldiers to be Integrated a.s approval of France, which so £ar| units into the North Atlantic Trea- hns balked at any scheme to renrm ty Organization (NATO) army in Europe. Under the scheme these units would in the next three years reach the equivalent, strength of 10 divisions. The units—4,000 to 6,000 men each—would lie scattered through the combined we-st. torccs manning a defense line from the Arctic to the Aegean Sea. The commissioner would be require;! to make certain ll^il (he formation of German units would not inspire n revival of German militarism. The proposed commissioner's Job would not conflict with tlic functions of the NATO supreme commander—n past which has been offered to U.S. Gen. Dwlghl Eisen- ho \VIJT. Billy Hie Kid, outlaw of the oUl west, wns born in New York city j lint turned lo crime at the nge o'f 12 In the mining town of Silver City, N.M. New Type Diesel TURIN (AP)—A new type ol ilitsel-yowored railway coach 1* I now undergoing trials here. Th» new coaches arc Being Guilt for I Greece. Egypt, am! Spain hy Hit | Fiat-Grandl-Moforl work-s here. The cars, are foulll, with two 8- cylinder horizontal die.sel engines. 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