The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 5, 1950
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1550 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PACK TH*EB Blizzard of' Bite Out of \ WASHINGTON, nets. 5. (AP) — The great blizzard of 1950 took a big bite out of America's coal stockpile sooner than usual. It iaf'too soon to say how much. But further, a progressive boosting 50 Takes Coal Pile Sister s Advice To Mrs. Macaure Proves Helpful Potter Would Pay Fighting Gl More Mrs. J. P. Macaure, 403 Radiance St.,, New Orleans, La., can't imagine n person 'not taking HADACOL who is sick and rundown due to deficiencies of Vita- j ruins Bl, B2 INinjin and j Iron. Slio says (she continual!; I sings the praise 1 of HADACOIj to I all her friends. I Mrs. Macure was I suffering from de [iciencies of.Vita- mins Bl. B'-', Nia' ;in and Iron, I which HADACOL contains. Here is Mrs. Macaute's own statement: "I have taken at least 5 . bottles of HADACOL. Before 1 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 fell like I had taken all the troubles of the world off my shoulders. My nerves are now as stonily as ever. My family thinks HADACOL is wonderful because my disposition is 100% better and I am not the least bit irritable That's because I always have a bottle of HADACOL on the kitchen shelf. HADACOL Is the mos 1 wonderful product on the mar ket." Buy HADACOL today. Tria size bottle only $1.25. Large fain Ily or hospital size, $3-50. Refuse substitutes. There's only one true and genuine HADACOL. II you druggest does not have HADA COL, order direct from Th LeBlanc Corp., Layfayette, La. copyright 155ft, Tht Lcinanc Corpora lien of industrial production and forthcoming new demand for coal n Europe point to far greater needs In this one. Bituminous production this year has averaged 10,000.000 tons a week The National Coal Associates notes some things which it says will holt that average for some time to come As of Nov. 25, tlie total dug in 1050 was. 454,000.000 tos<. If the 10,000.000-ton average holds, .the year's production would be 504,000.000 tons, although It likely will be a little less Less Than In 1048 That Is 50,000,000 more tons than last year but 45,000,000 less than in 1348. And it's a far cry from the 019,500.000 tons dug in the peak year of 19M. The country's consumption in October was 38,000.000 tons. In spite of some holidays when factories were down, the weather and the business upsurge probably will show a November consumption of 40,000,K)0 or better. One Industry source figures that he total to 1« used by the year's nd 'will be around 470.000.009 tons On a 504.000.000-ton production this would leave a stockpile I 34.000.000 tons. There were a few weeks this year vhen output got up to 12,000,oor ons but they represented peaks some previous years 12,500,00' ..ons weekly was the rule rathe han the exception. One industr spokesman said It could be done again very quickly if freight ca shortages weren't troubling variou areas. Aside from the demand create by Industrial speed-up. Europe ha started asking for more coal. WASHINGTON. Dec. 5. (IF) — H Rep, Potter (R-Mfch) lias his way, combat GI's will get $150 estra pay a month. He introduced a bill In Congress to provide $5 a day ( to all GI's as hazardous duty pay. Nothing's been done on it. Today he said he would introduce the bill again In January when the ne.xt Congress gets going. "1 hope to organize real support for it next year," he told a reporter, Potter knows what combat duty is like for the Infantryman. He was cue In the last war and lost both legs. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens VTHE I'UOBATF. COURT FOH TliE CHICKASAWHA IHSTHICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS .STATE OP DON EDWARDS, DECEASED ast Known Address: 13 Ensl Kentucky Street, Blytheviile, Arkansas late of Death: uly 30. 1050 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX ' The undersigned was appointed Administratrix of the estate of'the ibove named decedent on the 25th day of November, 1950. All persons having claims against .he estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within •=ix months from the date 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. 1950. Ruth M. Edwards, • , Administratrix 408 Chickasawba. St. Blytheviile, Arkansas 12)5-12-19 ,c *^<^' J \ , X ?h^ l/m *>& s^l etffa G v - TK""O^/. ^*ty The Ghost oi Chrislmos Present $How«i Scrooge the people of London cheerfully shoveling snow off their roofs. They wc;e happy and lul! ot glee, (or it was Christmas morning. "z^^V^Z&z*^^*^ ~ -^V^' i> gej^'And he showed Scrooge the shops, rich 5^i? '° ^ Urs ^' n 9 w'th Jrc abundance of : ^^ Christmas. nd rhcn the church belts rang Iromcvcry steeple,ortd rouge saw the people flocking to church in tkeir best clothes and with their gayest fixe*. Pact Powers to Seek Find Details On Plon for Using German Troops LONDON. Doc. 5. (AP)—The Atlantic Pact powers meet tomorrow \ to threst out final details of a! Dutch proposal for using German troops in West Europe's defense. The pliin is expected to win the approval of France, which so far has balked at any scheme to rearm the former relch. Diplomatic informants said the plan calls for the appointment of •A civilian high commissioner. He would supervise recruiting of German soldiers to be integrated as units into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) army in Europe. Under the scheme these (11111.1 would in the next three years reach the equivalent strength of 10 divl- sions, The mils—4,000 to 6.000 men cach—woul 1 be scattered through the coiubit ed WC.ST, rorce.-. manning a defense ine from the Arctic to the Aegeiti Sen. The con mlsstoner would be re- inllllarlsm. The proposed commissioner's Job would not conflict with the functions of the NATO supreme commander—a post which has been olfcred to U.S. Gen. Dwlght Ei.sen- Howw. New Type Diesel cju'rett to make certain ttyat formation of German units would not Inspire n revival of German I city, N.M. Billy the Kid. outlaw of the old west, was born In New York City TURIN (AP)—A new type of dlcscl-powered railway coach It now undergoing trials here. Th« new coaches are being nuilt for Greece, Egypt and Spain by th« Fiat-Grandl-Motorl works here. 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