The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1950 · Page 5
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t TUN« 30, 1950 Pittsburgh's 3-Week Milk Strike is Ended (ARK.)' counnm PITTSBURGH, June 30. (IP} — three-week strike which had choked I off all but emergency milk deliver- \ ies to 2,300,000 residents nf the JWsburgh area ended last night. Nearly 3.000 AFL members ae- l a new contract by a booming vote. The're were only » few scattered shouts of "no." Regular milk deliveries will begin tomorrow in Pittsburgh and six nearby counties, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Lawrence and Washington. Ice cream deliveries began today but nearly 24 hours is needed to get milk in from farms and process It for delivery. One More Emergency Run The union said it will make one mor»' full scale emergency delivery In ; the Pittsburgh area today. Throughout the strike 'the union— I,ocal 205, AFL milk and Ice cream salesmen and dairy employes — maintained an emergency system to furnish milk to persons certified by physicians and (a homes, hospitals and other institutions. The drive furnished by the union were not paid. The new.contract runs until May 1. 1952. It may be reopened next May for consideration of wage rates only. The settlement provides A 44- hour week with 48 hours pay unti: November 1. 1950, for inside workers Then the workers—about two-Hiiro's of the union's 3250 members—w ^jOl) a 40-hour week with 48 hours f^*/ The union had asked for 3H . immediate 40-hour work week will no pay cut. . Driver-salesmen are guarantees *12.50 daily under the new contract. The union had asked $13.50 The guarantee under the old contract was tlO.. • Employes with 20 years' service got a three-week paid vacation. The union had asked for three weeks After 15 years. All gains are retroactive lo May 1, the contract expiration date. Obituaries Blytheville Man Dies In Motorcycle Crash Elkin Austin, about 37, of Blytheville. was killed In a motorcycle crash early yesterday, morning just south of the Mai-ion - Alachua County line near M'Inlosh, Fla. Injured was William bott. also of Blytheville. He was repotted suffering from shock and internal ;he.?t injuries. Details ol the. crash had nol been learned pending arrival of the body. Mr. Austin Is survived by a daughter. Kay of Blytheville; his parenls. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Austin, of Blylheville, two brothers. Leon and Ruble Austin, both of Blytheville; five sisters. Mrs. S. B. Walker, Mrs. Herbert Porshee, Mrs. Woodrow Hardy. Miss Ruby .lean Austin and Miss Mildred Austin, all of Blytheville. Cobh Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements which are Incomplete. * 4 • , Holifield Infant Services Held at Dogwood Today Services for the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holifield who died at birth yesterday afternoon at her home on s. Tu-cjity-First Street were conducted today nt 2 p.m. at Dogwood Ridge Cemetery by the Rev. P. H. Jernigan, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church. Survivors include her parenls. two brothers. Joe. Jr., and J. C. Holifield and a sister, Jo Ann Holilield, all of Blytheville. Cobb Funerol Home is in charge. BEAUTY TRUMAN Continued from Page I marry. Miss .Jennings' answer was prompt: "I want a man who will respect- ine »nd want to live with me lor tile rest of my life." N« Particular Bo.r She said later there's "no particular boy" in mind right now. Miss Jennings, a lyric soprano, is » voice pupil of opera singer Marjorie Lawrence and named.her in response to another question as to what woman, past or present, she most admired. In the. talent demonstration Miss * nnings sang "II Bacio" and "Softly . the Morning Sunrise." Patsy Staggs of Batesville—also « singer—who competed despite a broken collarbone suffered, in a fall ^Tuesday, was.one_of those eliminated after the preliminaries. Besides the finalists those still In 'the'running after the first elimination were Roydeil Caldwell of Marlanna, Mary Katherlne Keel of Newport.'Helen Lucille Porter of Forrest City, Betty Ann Campbell of Ar- k»nsas State College, .lonesboro, and Lucille Scott of Helena. Continued from Page I ped up Seoul's Kimpo airfield ahead of reoccupying south Koreans, smashed trucks and chewed up a locomotive. Gen. MacArthur called it the most successful air operation of the war. No American casualties were reported." VOUNO STlCK-IN-THE-Mim— Firemen slrufrgled.for i,5 minutes at Denver, Colo., before freeing Jimmy. Sislcr, 14, when he wns trapped in a mucky quagmire of a waier-filled gully in southwest Denver. The boy had sunk below his waist when the firemen t.ime to Ins rescue. Altogether, he was held fast in the mire lor an hour and 15 minutes. A hospital examination shewed he was exhausted but otherwise i harmed (AP Wirephotn) PAGE Action Promise By Senate on Excise Tax Cut Br KDWIN B. HAAKINSOX WASHINGTON, .lime 30. CAP) — Top-speed action was promised lo- <iay by Senate leader* on a House- passed bill lo cut excise taxes by 11.010,000,000. The measure whipped through the House yesterday by a whopping 375 lo H margin. Only the Korea crisis appeared to cloud the bill's prospect.s in' the Senate. Some lawmakers have questioned the advisability of trimming excises in the face of the current war scare. Democratic leader Lucas of 1111^ nois said the lax-writing Senate Finn nee Commltlee will go ta work on (he lax bill behind clrvicd tioors Monday, "Only brief hearings are necessary." he .said. Republican Senate leaders p.IedR- cd cooperation on speedy action but carefully avoided support for ihe $133,000,000 boost in corporate taxes, nr for other new-revenue provisions voted by the House. ARSON Osceolo to Save On Sewage Plant A change in plans for enlargement of Osceola's sewerage treatment facilities, has saved the city approximately SliO.COO. acceding Mayor Ben P. Butler. Original plans called for the enlargement of the sewerage system but after conferring with State Health Department engineers Mayor Butler reported that a primary treatment process would be adequate for the city, thus not necessitating the enlarging of the entire system. According to Mr. Butler a-plant, will be constructed near the site of Osceola's present disposal .plant which win give sewage' primary treatment. Mayor Butler said that the oily also planned to extend sewerage .to include new subdivisions which Homer Cook Gets Term in Prison MUNICH. Germany. June 3(1—-(rt'j — A US. hi^h commission court today sentenced Homer Cook, 27 year to] old Oklahoman escape artist, to lour and one half years in prison. Cook was convicted'on 16 charges and pleaded guilty to four others, including jn.ll break. illegal entry into occupied Germany and impersonating a federal agent; The tall blond former boxer from Muskogee had testified that he stowed away lo Germany last March in order lo marry Ms brown-eyed German sweetheart, Anna Sporrcr, a waitress. He had broken out of jail three limes .since his first arrest In April. He could have been sentenced to 100 years in prison. will consume ,-,.., , i - - approximately 43 not included in the city's sewerage i working days, he said, with four Astern. I months needed for (he construction Extension of the sewerage syslem I of the disposal plnnt addition. South Korean General Quits TOKYO, June 30. <AP)-South Korea's fat army chief of staff MO-pound Brig. Gen. Choi Pyuiijr Dut, resigned today and was .•succeeded by young Brig. C7en. Chang Kwun. Genera) Chang made a name for himself in the Communist re- hellion of 194S when he mopped up Red guerrillas around Yo5u ftnd Sunchon.' Clarence Ryee, information director of the Republic, gave no reason for the. change in army command when he made the announcement. .GEM THEATRE Osccola Cooler Than Ever Sunday & Monday rUDVENTORE!! raging to the I Peaks. oN^ i&W&fffM? Mlf HWRPHY- vmnHENDRIX P fctntfn *i IBM WSU1 • HKM h MJRt I {)[[( ' MniMttShrlMr BUG KILLER is approved by Only CO OK KILL bug killer gives you all these benefits • K!ll» Flying and Crawling Bugs ... Contain* Activating "Extone," • Killt Rugl Quicklyl . : ; Killing Power laiii and Lojli! • Nonitainlng ... On Wool, Cotton, Linen, lenlher, Papftr nnd Painled Surfaces. • Clean-Smelling ... No Unpleaianl lingering Odori. • Eajy, Economical to USB . . . J u , t „ F | ic fc <rf the Fingerl Tho Only Household Bug Killer You Hctd. • Prevent* Mildew and Mold Growth Sproy on Clothing, Leolher Goods, Damp Surloui. COOK-KILL [ontaint ot/iVafmg New Spray Grip Bottl. MAKES ONE- HAND OPERATION EASY. ..Convenient. GUARANTEED TO KILL AND OVM 300 OTH« KINDS Of HOUSIHOID BUGS 0» YOUK MO MET BACK! RECOMMENDED BY ITS USERS! HOUSEWIVES, HOSPITALS. STORES, HOTELS. BAKERIES ETC. PHONE £ 200! J | 19 Adults Given Swim Certificates Nineteen adults received rertifi- c.-ue.s this week for coinplcUitfr tlip beginners swimming course held al Walker Park Pnnl. Tlie classes .were under I lie direction of Join) Hruce Wilson, qual- ifleci water safely instruclor. nnd sponsored by the Chlcknsawba District Chapter of the American Red Cross and Ilia Chicka.snw Athletic Club. Advanced swimming certificates were mailed Lo six class members. i lie fessum included beginning swimming, advanced swimming, distance swimming and diving. Assistant Instructor* were Miss Nancy Damon, Richard Declmnn, Bobby Dean, Billy Walker. Uoyd Florman anil Jean Dedman. Irnm P»gc 1 II, 1944. Kirr Uay .lolimt OWw "HP. Joined the. circus on June 30 at Portland, Me., and Ihe day he joined the circus there was a fire on tent ropes that was extinguished without loss. "The circus moved from Portland Me., to Providence. R. I., and while there another small fire occurred on the lent flap, which again was extinguished without loss. ' ..'•'• "On July B, 1911, at Ha'l tford Conn., ihe major fire" occurred, which look ihc lives of ifii) 'people. "A thorough ami comprehensive investigation of the facts eoncern- i»K Se»ee has disclosed, according to his own admission, that he is responsible for the following major fires: "(I) Singling Bros."nmi Baraum - nailey Circus. Hartford, Conn., July (j, 1944, Iii9 lives lost; "121 An abandoned sctioolhouse at Dennett, and Oinstinil streets Portsmoutn. N. H.. fall of isrtfi; "'(3) Ship Chandler's store, owned by the Sargent and lord Co., Commercial Wharf, Portland, Me., More!) ' 1940; "i4> Warehouse fire. 4345 Market Street, Portland, Me., Sept. 29, 1942; "<5> Salvation Army building,' 9 and l,i Union Street, Portland. Me Jan. 13. 1912; "«i> The Diamond Malch Lumber Co.. Portsmouth, N. H., January 19.19; "Hi Portland Pier, the National Youth Administration. Portland Me., Pcb. II. 1942; "(Hi Cenlrnl. wharf and Cold Storage Plant, Portland. Me.. Julv 21. 1942; "10) Quality Fixture Co.. Columbus, O., Jan. 10, 1911, and "(Idl Fruehauf Trailer Co.. Columbus, O.. March 30, 1941." Callan stvid Segce. said his first staying was a nine-year-old girl, beaten lo ricnth with a stone, during a fit of anger. He Identified tile victim us Barbara Driscc.ll. 9, slain on a rive,- ha. n it at Portsmouth, N H Sept. S, 1938. Three Others' Other victims, identified by Callan wore: A watchman wlin caught Kegi-c setting a fire in a warehouse at 123 I Middle Street,- Portland, Me., Labor Hearing Again Continued CARUTHEnKV>U,E, -lune 30 -Hearings for Ihe two Carnlhersvllle gas company employers on charges of violating A Missouri labor law, were continued again yesterday. Hearings for Uayton Ford and James Onvls on charges of violating a. slate statute which povides that a man cannot be prevented from carrying nji legal employment by threats o[ force, were continued until .July fl yesterday. This was the fourth continuance of the hearings. Forri and Davis are alleged to have prevented a fellow employee of the National Oas Company here from working during a recent strike. Students Innoculoted Thirty-twti Manna High School slildenls were Riven typhoid Innn- cillation.s ycftcrrtay morning at the school by Mrs. Anabel pill, county hpallh niu^e. Mis. C. Ci. Redman assisted with llir>. henltli prom-am. March 16. 19H; a 12-year-old Ixiy slningleri to ilealh on the t>cach at 'Cape Cottage, Me., in 1943 "to the best ot his rsegee'st recollection, and n'Japanese lioy, killed In Jupan In 1949 while Secce was In U. S. army of occupation. The last three victims listed by Callan were not. (dentlflod hy name, | lint ihe slnie fire marshal said all j three were actual slaylngs as shown j by his and Army Investigations. Callan said Ihc method used by jScgcc In selling (he Hartford circus fire is conl.iinr-rt by liis signed statement, nut. Hie stale fire marshal declined lo disclose details at this time. Callan sain lie did not know (he names of Ihrco of the four persons Segcc said he killed. Callan imlicalcrt his belief In Segee's statements, afler ini-estisaiion. despite the extreme youih of ihe prisoner at Ihc time many of Ihe crimes were alleged to have been committed. Tile state marshal sold Segce waR not connected with any fires at liar Haihoi-, Me. Asked if he thought Scgcr was A pyronmniac. a person who gel.s a sexual thrill from the setting of fires. Callan said: •The record speaks (or ll.scK."" ARE YOUR STREETS DUSTY? . II So, We May Be Able To Help You We hove $or»re heavy diesel fuel which we will sell at cost and spray it on your streets FREE! This oil will penetrate into the street and hold down the clust. Priced At Per Gallon Because Of this Low Price, We Must Ask For Payment In Advance Telephone 2005 . 200 E. MAIN ST. PETROLEUM CO. Blytheville, Arkasas RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. KridH.v & Sal in-day "THE GIRL FROM SAN LORENZO" with I)IIN<MX RKNAUK) A J.KO CAHRIU.O Salnrday Owl Show "HILLBILLY DEACON" Air Conditioned By Refrigeration N E W ^ our Community Cenler" MANILA, ARK. iMalinoos SH!. & Sun. I'h. 58 Krirliiy VIGALANTES RETURN' will. .ION IIA I.I, Saturday 'ROLL THUNDER ROLL" -Salin-day Owf Show '.OUTSIDE THE WALL' with Richard HUM II;,rl Oprn 7:30. 8Url_i f:MI Friday —iKHJBI.F, KKATOBK— "OUT OF THE BLUE with r.nifr. Bmil A Virginia iMaj ri.u.s "HIT THE ICE" wlfh Bnii Ahlintl * I.DII Cuslclln Also ('arinnn Satin-flay rXHiBI.B' KKATtlKK "MASSACRE RIVER" with n "f> C»H A C!nv Madison "THE BIG CAT". lln Color) J'essy Ann Garner •V I.nn IMcAllslcr Also Cartoon B LYTHEV I LLES ONLY All WHtTF THEATDF j Fndav ! riOimi.B FEATURE I 'ONE TOUCH OF VENUS' with Knbcrl Walker ,v Ai-a Gardner THE YOUNGER BROTHERS" VV.iyor Morris «t .lanis Paise Cartoon * "Heath Valley" Serial Saturday DOUBLE FKATUKE ^'WHIRLWIND RAIDERS' ! with Charles Starrcll &• Smiley Btirncl' "THUNDER HOOF" with Preston Foster ,V Mary Sluarl Carlnnn ..V Serial Junior G-Mc* Saturday Owl Show "STREET WITH NO NAME" with Mark Sir.vf ns >k Barbara l.aw

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