The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 3, 1947
Page 6
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six BLYTHEV1LLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1547 Printing Process Draws Interest htblidun Seek Data Oft Methods Used by , Strikebound Dailies CHICAGO, Dec. 3 (OP)— Newspaper' publishers In all parts of im n»tloh have written six Chicago d»lll*s to learn about the photoengraving process they.nrc ustiig to continue publication during the typesetters' strike, n spokesman for tlie publishers satd yesterday. Many of the publishers are fearful that the "no contract" policy of the AFL International Typographers Union may cause work stoppages in their own shops, he said, and have come to Chicago to witness the pro cess personally. The Chicago Sun. Times, Dail News, Journal of Commerce, Trib llshed photo-engraved editions since vine and Herald-American have pub- Nov. 2* when the Chicago local of the ITU called a strike against the publishers. The Hammond, Ind. times also has used this proccs since it was struck by the union 01 Wednesday. John J. Pilch, president of thcj Chicago Typographical Union, said- the strike was called because publishers failed to meet the type-setters' demaiid for wage increases of $14.50 weekly for day work and 515 weekly for night work. The publishers said that the wngc isue h»d nothing to do with the itrike, but that the union had Insisted that It be allowed to post "conditions of employment" in the absence of any contract, The publishers salcl that the move was designed to by-pass some of the provisions of the Taft-Hartlcy Law and that the union called the strike because the publishers refused to accede to thai, demand. They Remember Rhine, The Doctor, Not the Famed River in Germany LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Dec. 3. (UP)—Some 33 Thornton, Ark. American Legionalres, who have Just received their itat« charter have plenty of reason to "remember the Rhine." The Rhine which Itgures ,so prominently In their lives is Ur T. D. Rhine, who wns present whci they were born, and delivered every • one of them. Tony and Friend Phyllis Koniititei. lu'-year-old 4-H Club member from Kes- wiek, Iowa, cuddles up to Tony, her 1100-pound Hereford steer, entered in the 48lh annual International Livestock Exposition in Chicago. More than 12.500 animals from 32 states and Canada, many of them raised by 4-H youngsters, competed. Army Sugar Deal Topic of Queries Nearly Two Billion Pounds Bought at Stepped-Up Price WASHINGTON. Dec, 3 (Ul'i — S«n. Joseph E. McCarthy, R., WIs., yesterday mrcde public a letter to Army Secretary Kenneth C. Royull demanding that the Army explain he purchase of l.tiOO, 000,000 pounds of at about $1 per hundred pounds more than the world market irice. McCarthy said facts before him indicated the sugar was purchased about Oct. 15 for use largely In Japan intl Korea, wilh a small amount going to Germany. McCarthy asked Roynll lo ex)lain why "this purchase was made list two weeks before Ihe end o( irlce conlrol on suRar" and whether 'nhy consideration was given to tlie use of the Army's money for such imrposc:; at thl.s time." lie also asked what effect "such a sizeable purchase would have on the domestic price of sugar and the cost of living of Ihe American people." McCarthy "'so asked Roya Malaria Control Is Subject for Essay Contest A Nlutc-wldc essay contest on the necessity for prevention a:i(i cou- liol of malaria is being conducted by tlie Arkansas Stale Board of Health under Ihe sponsorship of tlie Arknnsas Farm Bureau. It was announced today by W. O. Stinnett, inuluria control supervisor lor Mis- slppI County. Provided by the Farm Bureau, a total of $340 In cash and four sets of encyclopedias are to be awarded as prizes. There arc four divisions of competition, lilgli school aivl elementary school for whiles ami Negroes. First prize in each division will lie $50 plus $25 for travel expenses '.o Little Rock, where the winners will be presented will] their awards by Oov. Ben Uiney. A set of encyclo- l>cdias will be given the schools the lour winners attend. In each divl- tion Iherc will also be second prizes ol $25 and third-place awards of whether Gen. Research Fund Held Essential For Farm Folk F'AYETTEVILLE, ArX., Dec. 3. (UP) — University of Arkansas President Lewis Webster Jones hus predicted that the next regular session of Congress will approve the national science foundation, thus making federal funds available (or research, "The university must be organized," Dr. Jones declared, "in order to move rapidly when Ihe federal funds are made available." • Jones said there is a need for further use in Arkansas of tech- nological advancement. He said .t was necessary to expand the Uni- vorsity's Extension Service to bring | this scienlilic progress lo the far- , mcr. "If we could apply what we know about pastucj Improvement," he explained, "It would return S103.- 000,000 In additional farm Income to Ihe people within two years." Sailed to Kansas Some interior towns of "dry" Kansas were settled by pioneers who arrived in boats, A steamer left Cin! cinnall In 1854, loaded with settlers ' and ready-cut houses, and steamed ; down the, Ohio, then up the Mis- 1 Kisslppi, Missouri, and Kansas rivers. ; When they ran aground near the I mouth of the Blue river, they went I ashore and founded the town of I Manhattan. had requested such quantities of sugar before October, and If any 1 requests had come from Germany. "Was this purchase originated and Instigated by the Army, and , if so, by whom, and will your files show the study ami work clone on it' prior to the purchase?" Mc- McArlliurCnrlhy nskeil. $10. The contest officially opened yesterday and ends March 10. Mr. Stinnett said rules and regulations ol the contest may be obtained by writing him in care ol Box 823, Bly- iheville. TO SOOTHE I T f* H RASH o?rm« Quickly apply soothing nnd comforting (JRAYS OINTMENT with its wholesome antiseptics and nature aiding medication. Nothing else like it— nothing so comforting— or plcnsnnt for externally caused sltln troubles. 35c. Get a package today. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WUfeat Calomel—And You'll Jump Oat »f Bed in the Morning Rwin' to Go The [jvcr should pour out about 2 p!nt* of bilo iuico Into your bowels every day. If this Lite u not llowing (rcc-ly, your food may not digest. It may just decay fn the bowels. Then His hloata up your etomach. You get con- Btlpatcd. You (eel sour, sunk amJ tbe world looks punk. It takoa those roild, fcontlo Carter's LEttla Liver Fills to get these 2 pints ol tiilo llow- ing freely to tatke you feel "up anil un." Get a paefc&Ke today. Effective IM making hiloflow frcc-ly. 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