The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1954 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEW! WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 10, 1964 •.— .. Labor Unrest in Atomic Plants Settled with Wage Hike OK <HK RIDGE Tenn. (AP) — America's atomic-hydrogen weapons production has been steadied for at least a year — after seven months of chain-reacting labor unrest — with final approval of a package wage boost for 9,000 atomic workers. 130th Edition of Fabulous 'Agricultural Almanac' Out Ratification by CIO and AFL+ unions representing 9.000 workers here and at Pnducoh. Ky., virtually ends for a year the recurring threat of crippling production strikes, -hanpim; ovor both places since,wane talks first collapsed last Arpil t. The package deal provides (1) a 6-cent hourly increase retroactive to April V. '2> a 4.cent increase effective- Jan. 1, 1955; and (3) an improved holiday schedule. It lumps together two wage re- openers-provided for each nine months in the union contracts— and is a compromise between a CIO demand of 1 cents and management offer of 6 cents. It does away with further pio- ductior, union negotiations until the current contracts expire next Oct. J when new pacts will be worked Offset Rent Hike The increase was sought to onset a 28 per cent rent hike in government-owned Housing here The rent increase was effected last SP AU g 'four plants involved-three cos^lus contract will pass the Increases to the government. ™re last to ratify the proposal, by a 60 per cent margin in meetings there yesterday. Some 3,500 CIO workers here already had done so Monday and earlier yesterday. The two plants produce the nation's entire supply of fissionable uranlum-23 for atomic and hydro gen weapons. Another 4,500 AFL workers, represented by the Atomic Trades and Labor Council at two other less critical but nonetheless vital plants here, had approved the G-cent, increase last Aug. 18. In parallel negotiations with carbide, they approved the extra 4 cents Monday This gives both unions scale ranging from $1.04 to $2.46 an hour with an automatic boost to $1.68$2.50 hourly range on Jan. 1. Jane Wyman Sues For Divorce SANTA MONICA, Calif. 10 ,- Al- legtng mental cruelty, Jane Wyman has sued bandleader - composer Frederick 3. Karger for divorce. The actress yesterday asked the court for pcrmfssion to resume her former legal name. Jane Wyman. The couple married in 1852 and separated last Saturday. She previously was married to actor Ronald Reagan, and before that to manu facturer Myron Futtennnn. AT YOUR SERVICE—This new farm system, thought up by Johnnie, 5; Joe, 3, and Veronica Spiga, 19 months, would probably send Agriculture Department experts walking away scratching their heads. An "Eggs Laid While You Wait" sign plus two live hens and a basket of eggs stopped traffic at their dad's roadside market near Morrlstown, Ohio. They sold out in a short timt 'Professor of Love' Resigns NARA, Japan (/!>)—A 45-year-old professor accused by coeds of mix- Ing whisky and wooing In the Nara College curriculum lias announced he will resign. Fifty of his girl students asserted Prof. Magashlro Abe had offered to improve their grades if they cooperated with his style of education. Some said he taught them—behind locked classroom doors — U) drink whisky and make love. Ridiculous, said the professor. Students at a rally called for expulsion. The faculty concurred. Abe sakl in a statement today he could "not IK bothered With these trivialities." Therefore, he would resign and "devote my time to study." LANCASTER, Pa. W*~Storms* will feature the start of, 1D55 o.veri most of the country but March will come and go like a lamb. And it'll be a pleasant summer with temperatures near normal and preci- ilatlon below. So says the new edition of "ag- icultural Almanac." or "Lancaser Almanac," a little boolc many erson.5 have sworn by since John Juincy Adams was President. In its 130 year history, the al- ; anac has covered practically ev- ry subject from farming to higher sthetics. This year's book runs rom a day by day look at the wea- icr to a recipe for hot tamale ie by Vice President Richard Nix- n's wife, Patricia. On page 33, there's a formula or predicting the number of snow torms per winter, if you can find a duck. 'The date of the first snow tells w many snows will fall during he winter—thus if the first snow alls on the 15th of a month, then snows can be expected. But to qualify as the first, the snow must produce enough cover so you can rack a duck through it." Then, "if there's enough blue sky to patch a Dutchman's breeches, you can safely hang put your wash." That's as Pennsylvania Dutch as shoo-fly pie and the lament, "papa is all," meaning the old boy has passed away to his reward. The book contains plenty of advice on how to run your affairs in ne with the moon and the signs of the zodiac. The sign of the crab, or example, is good to prun grape vines while the Ilsh is best fo making "sourkraut," The almanac says cows that lis- ii to radio nmsic produce more nilk. But Holsteins prefer soft, semi-classical numbers; Guernseys ike western songs, and Jerseys prefer swing. The book also ILsts five rules "to make shaving a happier experience" and says most men shave 25,000 times during their lives. Returning to the weather, II the FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO, N | Sell'That Stuff" Phone 2-2089 Visit Conny's Conoco Service, Ash & Division NATURAL GAS SAVES YOU MONEY Here's What "Clean Heat" Means In Dollars And Cents In addition fo (he money you save on your heating bill, Natural Gas makes sense (dollars and cents) in many other ways. It's the cleanest of all heating fuels. It hums without smoke or odor, leaving neither stains nor residue. And because of that, Nalutal (las leaves carpels, drapes, pain! and household decorations spotless and clean—reduces cleaning and painting bills to a minimum. Install Natural Gas now. It's the modern fuel that saves as it serves. Call Us For Free Estimate On Your Gas Installation \Vc'll finance your natural gas piping insinuation. 12 to 36 months to pay. Call us today for free estimate. Ark-Mo Power Co. SPEAKER — Dr. George W. Schroeder, executive secretary of the Brotherhood Commission, Southern Baptist Convention, will be main speaker at a Wilson Brotherhood Stewardship rally Thursday night at 7:30. A fellowship hour with refreshments wiil follow the special .services, the Rev. D. B. Bledsoe, pastor, stated. Success Blamed In Hollywood Divorce Case HOLLYWOOD W> — Actor Edmund Purdom's sudden rise to fame Is blamed by his wife for their sep- aralon yesterday. "We had four years of poverty and misery and we clung together like babes in the woods," said Mrs. Tlta Purdom, former Uallet dancer. "But when Ed became successful, it all changed. Now he doesn't even want to be in the same room with me." The Purdoms 1 home for many months while he sought work here was a garage apartment. Then he had two breaks. Mario Lanza prerecorded all the songs for "The Student Prince" but balked at making the picture. MOM used Purdom's acting and Lanza's voice. Purdom then replaced Mar- Ion Brando when the latter walked out on "The Egyptian." Purdom wai not avallabl* tat comment on the separation. RESINOL almanac forecasts a "windy spell," better watch out. That's how it called the shot on Hurricane Hazel. Deepest river trench in North America is Hells Canyon, in the Snake River. Acid Stomach? Get TUMS Quick! Top-speed reli«f for gu, hwtbnrn, acid indigestion. — *~~ *- TOMS 10* ItH TUMMY We Rebuild... Generators Jacks Gas and Diesel Engines • Starters • Air Compressors • Steam Cleaners • Battery Chargers Grease Guns & Materials Guaranteed JOHN MILES MILLER CO. BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. PH. 2-2007 Announcing new FORD TRUCKS for '55... the Money Makers! Money-making POWER! Important longer-life engine advancements! The only full line of proved, modern short-stroke engines in any trucks! New work-saving, money-saving CONVENIENCE! New money-making CAPACITIES! New reasons why Ford Trucks are gaining new buyers faster than any other trucksl POWER STEERING li standard at no extra cojt In this new Ford T-800 tandem-axle BiG JOB. Modern, short- itroke, 170-h.p. Cargo King V-8. GVW 40,000 Ibs., GCW 60,000 Ibs. NEW savings in all three areas! TRIPLE ECONOMY! li | Money-Making \i/ power saves gas! ONLY FORD gives you the gas-saving efficiency of proivd, modern short r stroke design for every engine! Ford's ultramodern, overhead-valve engines—four V-8's and one Six—cut piston travel, cut internal friction, save gas. And new engineering in valves, heads, crankshafts, electrical systems and cooling, results in still greater durability! /0\j Money-Making \3/ convenience saves work! FORD'S Dr'werized Cab sets new comfort standards for '55! New full foam- rubber seat and seat back in the Custom Cab*. Work-savers . . . like smoother Fordomatic* with new faster starting, low- gear "step-down" for all light duty series . . . Power Brakes* even for half- tonners . . . Power Steering* for most BIQ JOBS—make driving easier. 'Modest extra cost NIW Foytood Chomp of th» Pick' upil New Ford F-100 6'/i-ft. Pickup, GVW 5,000 Ibs., now lakes payloadi up to 1,718 Ibi. 132-h.p. V-8 or 118-h.p. Six engine. AV| Money-Making \£J/ capacity saves trips! NEW axle capacities and new springs, coupled with Ford's high-payload construction, make Ford Trucks better load carriers than ever. Ford's new J4-ton Pickup, for example, has one of the biggest payload capacities of any Pickup: 1,718 Ibs. Ford gives you top payload capacities in over 190 models, ranging up to 60,000-lb. GCW tandem-axle giants. NEW higher power and compression In all light and heavy duty series Ford Trucki! Shown: C-600 Cab Forward, GVW 16,000 Ibs. Choice of two pro»«n V-8'i. See the 1955 Money Makers Friday! PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Broadway I Chickasawba Phon. 3-4453

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