The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1947 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

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— , i. Snyder to Switch Funds for Bonds New Selling Drive Will Srarr With No Money From Congress By Austin C. Wherwrln (United PI-MS staff CorrMpondMil) « VASHINGTON, Dec. 9 (UP)— e Treasury i. s set to kick off Its «e\v sayings bond campaign wilh- >ut additional money from Congress, * via learned today. Secretary of Treasury John W. Snyder intends to get funds for the irive by switching to the Savings Bond Division some of the money ilready appropriated to the Treasury tor administrating the public debt There Is nothing irregular about Jho transfer, treasury officials said, me division's present *2,900000 budget came from the same source Nevertheless, Snyder Is playing lafe. He will seek Congressional approval before he makes the transfer (or his bond sellers. Snyder also wants to get a clear Indicaiion of how much Congress will, give him to push the campaign Jfter June 30. into the next fiscal year. Bond selling, he maintains, re- .ulres a continuing campaign and <ie cannot hire extra help unless lie (art promise some job security. Start Drive in January The big push, officials say won't ret started until January nr February at (he earliest, although new itcam Is being put on already A survey conducted by (he Western Newspaper Union, which sells feature material to several thousand weekly papers, indicated that the oond scheme was the most popular »n.i-lnfla(lon measure among the editors polled. Snydef Is pinning a great deal of hope on'expanding the payroll de- Suction system, under which employers withhold a certain amount r:*jp week from the pay check of EVRPi employe who subscribes. He nas called 20 business and industry leaders to a meeting In his office tomorrow to get an early start on a national payroll deduction plan. Bonrl sales to Individuals—the famous "E" bonds-will tola! about &7,»oo,000,000 this year, compared to the high of $15,500,000,000 in 1943 snrt 1G44. Officials report that o: the $49 • 47,000.000 worth of "E" bonds sold since J941, some $33,916,000,000 are still safely tucked way. and only H8,428,ODO,000 or 37 per cent Save been cashed In. Tennesseean Arrested As Slayer of His Wife ELIZABETHTON, Tenn., Dec. 9 (UP)—James B. Chambers, a 33- year-old farmer today was charged with murder in connection with a B'om.tn identified by the sheriff as his estranged wife. Mrs. Madge Miller Chambers, 30. The woman's botly wasu found partly decomposed in a ficfii'neaf here Saturday. Sheriff Tom : Nave quoted Cham- Mrs as saying lie had not harmed If,: woman and tliat "this woman bv not rny wife." However, Clumbers' wife has b«en missing since Nov. 7 aurt two slaters identified the body found Saturday as hers. The couple had been divorced once but had remarried. SEE OU* ONE-MINUTE SHIRT DEMONSTRATION '. • wxh the Thot AMom.gic Ghdiroc tod j« bow CMT ^ her ironroj; eta bt. G!«iiro« features inclutk t*« . r iggic iroamg -f* t. knee control . . . potitrrc Dia*. ostat Heat Contfol. •"'here she wants ic. Then x) Mores in jo« \ fectof spac*. E. C. Robinson LUMBER COMPANY 31 9 West Ash St. Union Delays Strike at U.S. Atomic Plant OAK RIDGE, Tenn,, Dec. 9 (UP) —The pressure was off in negotia- tlonjjn a labor dispute at the giant O.S. atomic energy plant here today after the oiO's United Gas, Coke and Chemical Worker, post- Honed indefinitely a strike scheduled to begin at midnight lonij.ht Representatives of the union and the Carbide and Carbon Corp. were scheduled to resume talks on «. new labor contract at 10 a.m. IEST) today, but an Immediate strike had been averted. The union announced late yesterday that In response to a government request, it would defer the walkout pending further contract negotiations. The strike, scheduled to begin when the union's contract expires at midnight tonight, would have clogged U.S. production of vital atomic energy, It was said. Cyrus S. Ching, director of the new Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, yesterday apijeal- ed to both sides to continue negotiations indefinitely '"without any Interruption" to atomic production. The operation performed at the uranium separation plant involved in the dispute has been called "vital" to the continued production ol atomic power lor both war and peacetime uses. The postponement did not necessarily mean that a strike had been permanently averted. A spokesman for Ching said the union would not be bound to continue work witiiom a contract In case negotiations "bogged down or became deadlock- eu." The dispute arose over contract demands of some 2,800 workers ai a huge gas diffusion plant operated for the government here by Carbide and Carbon. It was known thai agreement had been reached on at least five minor issues oi H 21-point union program. But the major point—a requested Accidents Take Lives of Three Five Other Arkansas Residents Injured, Three in One Mishap By IMltfd 1'rts, A variety of accidents yesterday took the live* of at least thrw Arkansas persons and Injured five others. . Mrs. Hyth. Garralt, JS-year-old wife of a Hot Springs carpenter, died last night of burns received yesterday' morning. Her clothing became ignited when she was putting wood into a stove, silo ran Into an adjoining room to snuff out the flames with bed clothing bub instead caught the bed afire. Neighbors rescued her infant daughter who was asleep In the bed. Sixteen-year-old Billy short riled in a Glenwood hospital from injuries sitlfcred when he was wedged betK-een two (rucks. Mrs. Lillic B. Hamblen, 94-year- old Fayt'tteiille woman, was killed when she stepped into the path of a Frisco work train near the Washington County home where she lived. Four McGchce women were injured, one of them critically when their far figured in a collision with a truck at ihe Intersection of two highways near Lake Village. Mos;. critically hurt wa.s Mrs. H. B. Pms- cr. The others were Mrs. \v H Dodark, Mrs. Ralph Verser ruul Mrs. Pureii Sharp. Sgt. Mai-ion Moss, 2fl-year-o'd son of Mr. and.Mrs. John Moss of I'aragould, died in a San Francisco hospital ol injuries suffered in an automobile accident Saturday night. The body will be returned to Arkansas for burial. Details of the accident were not Immeliatelv available. _B_MfTHEVTLLB "(ARK.)' COURIER KEWt Calls to Arms Abdul Rahman A/./am Pasha, above, secretary-general ot the Arab League, speaking at a Galro rally, implored Egypt's youth to enlist as soldiers and fight the partition of Palestine. The league has been n. bitter opponent of partition since it WM first suggested. _____ 25-cent hourly waze increase—was still In dispute. Girl is Killed Playing Football in California DYERSBURG. Tenn.. Dec. 9 (UP) —Funeral services were scheduled here today for 10-year old Geneva Brooks, former r-'inley, Tenn resl- uent who was fatally Injured In a sandlot.football game in Santa Susana, Calif. The girl sustained a head Injury in a football game with a group of oilier girls. She lived near here with her mother until they moved to California two years ago. Bangles Sales In Blytheville Bring in $282 Sains of bangles — littlo double- barred crosses — by the Ml.«lssl,)j>| County Tuberculosis Association In connection with the iiimusl Christmas Seal drive amounted to $282.60, it was announced yesterday afternoon by Mrs, c, Q. Redman, executive secretary. The bungle sales were conducted Satuidny by members of Alpha Alpha Chapter oi Bet* 3igni« phi sorority. They were aiststed by » number of high »chool stud«nU. The sales hem wrro advanced » week and several towns In MJMlas- ippl County arc scheduled to hold bangle sales thin Saturday, Mrs, Redman said, HeW roi;h year In conjunction with th» • Christmas senl drlvo. funds received through salen or the bangles are used for th« «amo purpose, she slad. Step-Daughter Accused Of Attack on flderly Man PAIJAOOULD, Ark,, Do/ 8 <UP, --Groeiu County officer* were holrl- l»8 15-year old Mm. Loul» Allhou«o of Pamgotild today on «n open charge, pending the outoom. of her step-lather's ax wolmdn.' Iti-tltcd Railroad Engineer William will> F 'ari k ax 8 e' *** ft> "" d b " lU " n condition was reported somewhat improved yesterday. Board Eliminates $2 Fee For Renewing Certificates UTTU3 ROOK, Ark.. Den, 9. (UP) -1 ho State Board of Education SMterday, abolished, collection of tttt for renewal of teacher's c«r- 1 uJuT* '" Arlt "" M ' effective J»n- However, tno board said, Initial Mrtmculc.. »nd r«riewn| of those allowed ip lapso more than a year i«H require the pre.wnl *a fee. With the Courts Chancery Willie Geraltllne Ward vs. Sam L. Ward, suit for divorce. Tltelmn Spence vs. Johnnie Spence, suit for divorce, Odc.ssn Laceflold vs". J. Vernon Lnrcllcld, suit for dlvorre. Gcot-RC W. Sec vs. Katlicrlne Sec, suit for divorce. Edith M. Biam. vs, Perl«j> Want suit for divorce. Wallace B. Woodyard vs. Fannie May Woodynrcl, suit for dlv»rce. II. S. Harper vs. Carrie Harper, suit for divorce. Inez Cable Works, vs. James A. Works, suit for divorce. W. J. McClottd vs. Maudie Mc- Clourt Blodsctl, etal. suit to reform deed. Clrciill Loon Croom vs. Erslcy Robin, appeal from Common Pleas Court. Court. 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