The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1956 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL it, 1996 BLYTHETTLLB (ARK.) COCTtlER PAGE SEVEN DespiteSteady Growth US Corporations Map Still Larger Expansion By 8AM DAWSO.V NEW YORK (AP) — America still suffers from growing pains. Gigantic as almost everything already is — you talk about billions today while still trying to comprehend millions — there are services and goods you want more of right now and others you're told you'll want more of soon. The pains show up first in these inadequate services or goods, later in the search for money to meet the new or expected demands, and finally in the mounting paper work Just to keep track of the bigger operations. American Telephone & Telegraph is so convinced that more people" are going to, want to talk more to others in more places that it is the first corporation to announce a tWo-billion-dollar outlay in one year for expansion. Only One of Many , But it's only one of many corporations and industries putting up huge sums either to keep up with their customers or to beat out their rivals for markets, here now or expected in .the years ahead. And the search for new sources of raw materials to feed America's widening maw will take still more stacks of money or credit. Big and little companies spending to develop new iron de posits or to find ways to produce iron more economically from old er ore bodies. They are bringing ID more aluminum and copper More Steel Mills They plan more steel mills to meet the greater demand and replace ancient furnaces. They talk of more newsprint. The oil industry is looking years ahead in its search for new fields. And industry looks for more water, either in conserving present sources or experimenting with taking the salt out of the seas. The airlines are having their financial growing pains. They are looking for stacks of dough to ease their way into the jet age. Individuals aren't immune. As Americans' standards of living grow higher, the quest for funds to keep up with the Joneses' or to keep up with the new models of the auto and gadget makers can be painful indeed. Hotel Fire i Routs Guests Temporary Restraining Order Halts Rail Strike in Texas TYLER, Tex. (ff)—District Judge Otis T. Dunnegan has issued a temporary order restraining approximately 6,000 union emploeys from striking over the discontinuance ol passenger train service in east Texas by the Cotton Belt Railroad. The strike had been set for 6:01 a.m. CST today. A strike vote was taken by seven railroad brotherhoods after passenger train service was discontinued with permission ot the Texas Railroad Commission. The unions contended curtailed service would adversely affect their wages and working conditions. In its petition for the restraining order, Monday, the railroad contended more than one million dol- lars a day would be lost, if the itrike goes Into effect. A hearing on the Cotton Belt's petition for an injunction against the strike has been Kt for May 3. J. L. McAlister, president of the Pine Bluff, Ark., local of the Brotherhood of RailroadTraimnen, said the unions took the position that the discontinuance Leave* employes without guaranteed free transportation to the railroad's hospital at Texarkana. They also contended, he said, than effort to discontinue passenger service in Arkansas and Missouri probably would follow. The railroad said the National Meditation oBard had refused to Intervene after InvestiBating the dis- New Orleans Bus Firm to Defy New Court Order NEW ORLEANS (ft — First day reaction In Louisiana to the U.S. Supreme Court ban on bus segregation called for continued separation of white and Negro passengers in Louisiana. George S. Dlnwlddle. president of New Orleans Public Service, said buses and trolleys in New Orleans would continue segregated. Louisiana laws call for separation, Dlnwiddie said, and New Orleans Public Service will comply with those laws. Henry B. Curtis, New Orleans put* because it doesn't involve pay rates or working conditions. Guy Jones Gets Opposition LITTLE ROCK (ff>—Odte Burnett. Heber Springs businessman, yesterday filed as a candidate for Democratic nomination for state senator from the 14th District. Barnett, making his first bid for state office, is seeking the position held by state Sen. Guy H. Jones of Conway. who announced previously he would seek re-election. Also seeking the position is Russell C. Roberts of Conway, who served in the 1966 House. Barnett, 53, served 12 years on the Heber Springs City Council. city attorney, said Louisiana law holds good until it is struck down specifically by the Supreme Court. Withdraw from Rally JACKSON, Miss, m — A Negro The district Is composed of Stone. Van Buren, Cleburiw and Faulkner counties. minister who led the Montgomery, Ala., bus boycott have withdrawn from a weekend Negro rally In Jackson. Gov. 3, P. Coleman liked for the withdrawal. He called them "professional agitators." Read Courier News distilled Adi. Dr. B. J. Brewer Chiropractor OPENING HIS OFFICES AT 832 EAST MAIN ST., BLYTHEVILLE Offices Open From 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays - Thursdays - Saturdays Beginning Tuesday, May 1 Love Enters Chancery Race LITTLE ROCK WV-Claude Love, El Dorado attorney, yesterday filed as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for 7th District chan cellor. The district includes Lafayette, Columbia, Union, Ouachita, Dallas and Calhoun counties. Chancellor W. A. Speer hit filed for re-election. 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