The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 11, 1947
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THURSDAY, SKITICMBICR 11, 19<17 UI/YTHEVIU.K (AUK,) COURIER NEWS PAGE SteelworkersAsk For More Plants Production Increase Needed to Avert Disaster, Official Says i BY JOHN l<. STKIC1.K (United Pri>ss Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, Sept. H. (UP) — Tlie United Stcehvnrkcis (CIO) to- <iiiy urged an immediate expansion of steel production capacity, with the government bulld\ng and lousing plants if necessary. r 'I'he union's views were expressed in a .statement prepared tor d'.'- livcry before a Senate Small Business Subcommittee on Steel by Oils Brulmlccr. USW research director. Asserting thai failure to expand steel capacity will mean "real depression and unemployment." Bru- bukcr maintained that ihe industry itself should bear responsibility for increasing its capacity. Hut he said ihe industry had a "smug and intransigent" attitude toward iis present cjipat::y rates, and thai it might be nt'i'CESiiry. tor Uic government to provide Eisenhower Still Looms As Candidate 'NEW YOHIC. Sept. 11. (UP)—Gen. rJwiahl D. Elsenhower refused today to icmovu himself as u for u "draft E'.senhowcr" movement, The general was tsked directly nt a press conference at Colm.ibiu University if he would follow himself to be drafted as a candidate for the presidency. He did nol say no. However, Eisenhower pointed out that "there never lias been a draft movement without artificial stimulus." He said he would not take pan In "anything muicml." Eisenhower, who was visiting Columbia University to "get home Inkling of what is expected of a college president," Ihe job he \vi!| take over at Columbia somelimc after Jan. 1, said he had about made up his mind to "seal my mouth on pol- ilics." "No professional soldier." he .said, "should lake a political |x>.sillcm. It is not good for the Army oi sood ior the soldier." The general said the purpose of Mama's Helper Ills visit to Columbia was to get bet- term, low interest loans, ov a " 1 ic r accpiainted with official ol antecd market plan" to er.courase I the university and to find a place expansion. Would iCncourage Expansion "II the intlu.siry is not willing. even with this erKounigemcnt, 13 to live svhcn he moves here. He said he iioped to find a "coun- 'OUat40 r 50,GO?" — Man, You're Crazy nisikc the rcqim'cd capital cxpcndi- IUITS, Uic-ro is no aUt-] native cxccnL Ior the government itscU to buUd :tncl Iruse the neccd^ary facilities, '- lij-ubakcr .said. The (jonnnitlcc, hondcd by_Scn. Edward Merlin, R.. Pa., toin^riov: will Ijesu 1 uxccutivc.s of sonic of the nation's largest stcrj! firms on cur- rctil intlvisLry problems. A preview oi their reply to Brii- yg. Hits very daj. Jtcgular.SL.UO size only S ___.-_ iiulljoii ami Common Rye, Oats, Wheat and Barley Seed . . . Ready for Fall Seeding I New and Factory Reconditioned Soybean Sacks > BIytheville Soybean Corp. f 188(1 W. Main Phone 8f><>-57 • ;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>; >;>;>;>;>;>;>;;»;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>"*;|#;>^»;>;>;>;X>^*;>].*.. Add to your lisl of puslwur u - on~ ders I he hundy l>oltle wnnncr lor mothers It'avclini; wilh in- funts. Murgu I'cllihon, Chosii- poakc AT Ohio iinslcss from Clovolaml, inserts he-.Uiui; vinit ia ulLimiiutjn hluck tluil liulris bolllL-. CIndyel in her oilier h;ni;l atti\';ile.s the he;ik-r, v.'arnutiiJ bottle in n counle ol tnitiulc's. Resource-Use Education in State Urged urius ROCK. sci)t. 11. iui>> — A .statewide program of conservation education for children »»'l nriu'.U v,\is prtvoi-nlrcl yesterday by Victor II. Wnlilford, iisslstnnl stale .supervisor o! vocntk'i°.;\l iiRrlcul Wolilfnid. in a report on u six- neck? course of study with the 'IVniH'.ssee Valley Aullioilty tlili Mitnnii'r, asserted that "resource- education., .beslunlni! in Hie grades and carried on to uilnlt cH l/.i'iis.. .will acqiuiliu the people ol rknnsiis with th'pli resources In liiUoushii> U) '.he jn'oblews ns well •i their desUT.s." He said thai th? first step Ir ie program i.s to impress upo;' ue public its slake in soli conscrvn- ion, water conservation and tin tea.surcs of minenil deposits li \ M'he .sivoiul step is 10 oot the study in the community ihiation. Wohlford asserted that at presen {•.source-use education is bcli\R sup ilicel in s|Kiradlc and scattered pro eels, lie called tor n co-ordinated •Ilorl (in the part, of state cdiica- ion:i\ agencies, the IraiiUiV;; of spc-, ;ial instructors mid the tcuchlng uf 1 :onservalion on im olf-ciunrnis ha- Cattle Rustler, tfho Broke Jail, teen in Morrilton FARM ^ LOANS Home Of1icc r Newark, N, J. LONG TERM PROMPT CLOSING LOW HATB CM.!.. WRITE OR SF* RAY WORTHINGTON 115 S. Third.St., .BIytheville, Ark. ,^_ScrvinK i ^toj.8icii»n 25 Years Authorized Morrirtiiie Loan Solicitor tor • -' THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COSIPANY OF AMERICA The general, who is from Abilene Ka:u, described himself as "lun daincntally a farmer buy." "I want a place," lie .said, "t raise tomntoes and beans and ge close to the soil." "I hope to spend many hupp years at Columbia,", lie mldetA. baker war, provided'liisi night in statement issued ><i New York a Walter S. Tower, president ol tl American Iron and Steel Institute It coincided with charges by tonne Vice President Henry A. Wallnr: that bii; steel was planning a re dilution in production thai won!' jjiake a <lcpre.ssion inevitable. Tower said steel companies wei completing a postwar expansion pro;;] am involving more than $l.u:3.- 0;C.03D and that several hundred milUoi*; more in improvements ,vcvo contemplated. He said 2,51)0.CCQ tors of new ingol- rnuklng capacity were "listed for completion in iU47 ;.nd 1B48." This .program. Tower .said, "is the best answer to .statements that steel companies are holding back botii production and expansion." MOIi HILTON. Ark, He|>t. II UP>—CHy, counly unit sliUv n(t\' rs ninlliun-d tht'lr scareli hen Qdty for Arkansas'^ I'tMivic'tect eal- Ic 'rustler, J. c. Slnndrldtto. win cupctt curly this week fioni Viu Byren County Jull nt Cllnlun. A motorist plekcd up the lill likitiK KtniHli-id|;e on Highway C bftween MoiilUon and I'lnmmiT 'Hie yeslcrdny nnd let him out li Mori'lllon about mum. Morrilton Police Cltlot W. O. Hlo said the man a|)|iareiuly reeou lw«l his pn.ssiMiuci and allempte to drive lilm in (lie Conway Coiinl touvlUovisc. 'I'he UHchlkiT, hnwe juni|>«(l out ol (lie car and dtsap pearcd bt'tore reachlUB Hie i:onrt house. • Slundrhl^c wus con\'lclcd on charge ol cuttle tlicll and seulem: to five yeai's In slnle. penitentiary. H« was boiiH! lield In Vim liureii ttounty Jail tor scvei'al otlu^r I'oun- l.tes where lie was hi face slnillur cliarecs. Too Lot* to Cfoisify Vidow, Protesting Rent Controls, Ends Fast of ievcn Days' Duration .SAVANNAH. Oil.. 111. IUF) — Mi.s, Aium 10. lloyi'f, 7i, lalidlarjy vho said thai slic '.slArvvil liersclf or seven days tu protest rent con- rol.s, wns 1'iilhii; a;:ain today . 'I'he witiow lUiyi'i- Uusted lei? ci'eiun n the presence oi Mrs. Frances j^ni 1 , i\i^ employt'i. ot u Uicnl vsidlo station. Mi's. li'Jhu hud ui'f;ed Mrs. ;^o>01' to give lip hi!}' last. Mrs. I/me vlsllcd Mrs. Uuycr'K om^-rnotn apartmciu last niiOil car; a stmill cai'tv>n of l-.-e cream and si^'ei'al iipliliu.itKiu bhinks for :cnt;. Mis, lloyer yald that .she had a hciirt-Ki-iinii'l" lalk with Mrs. l.unc. 'I hen slu; rii^nrd tlie applications [or rent hikes tnr thi'ec npai'tmcnls in her dilapidated two- .slovy tl\\elllnH und p:utciok of the swi'Ms. Tin- applications will \n- rxninlncil by Kobril J. Travis, lent cojilrol oiflciul here, wo prrvjously muin- hilncd Unit nil Mrs. Hoyci had tu du was Co tcillow Ihii nonnitl jiroecdure In .seeking rent Incrcn.'X'.s, DOLLARS DOLL UP YOUR Now (ixtiuos, new paint job, >repairs — make your old house a hew home. Got tho cash with a F.H.A. Loan from G.C.P.C. Up to 3 years to repay. 131 W. ASH ST. tlYTHEVIHE For Sal* Hospital Board Rejects Idea For Health Center I'AYETTEVILLE. Ark., Sept. 11> iDPI—Hopes of H second health center In Arkansas went u-gllm- mcring today after the Faycttevillc City »Iospi;al board rejected the proposal. The Washington County Hospital board of commissioners recently suHUcsled that the city, the county and the university pool their rc- soxuce.s Vov a UospUal that wovild bG adccjuate as a service ntul training center lot the northwestern part of Arkansas. , The proposal had been considered by the University's board of trustees: endorsed by Board Chairman Herbert 1., Thomas of Fayetteville; and received "favorable reaction" from University President Lewis W. Jones. • County hospital commissioners had found that $312.000 provided by a county bond Issue was not enough to build a 100-bcd infirmary, and 1 they proposed a joint venture as the solution to the problems of each group. Itejection of the proposed merger^ by Ihe city board followed two hours of heated discussions. quick relief from HEADACHE! Wounds Se/f-/nfJicted , HOT SPRINGS. Ark.,. Sept. 11. (UP! — Officers said today that 60-year-old Sidney Dec Allen of near Lonsdalc took his own life. He tlicd or bullet wounds at a lios-' pital here yesterday. FREE INSTALLATION! SEAT COVERS Offering Comfort and Good Looks For Your Car Special Sale Prices Supreme Quality Coupe Supreme Quality Coach or Sedan Deluxe Quality Coupe 1'rolircl yotir car's up hols (cry and ;id smiirl looks fo its interior. These are quality covers m;«lc of fine materials, prevision tailored to fit perfix-lly. Sh(>i) early. Deluxe Quality Coach or Sedan Evercool Quality Coach or Sedan ..'7,15. M6.25 '6.45 M3.45 '11.50 This Offer Good Only Until Present Stocks Are Exhausted : ?l restore O. O. Hardaway 207 W. Main St. H. Pease \MtKt, well linilt, (i room ' room house with liatli, close to hijjli school. (low pleto uas c(|iiii>nienl. Kenl- al house on roar of lot will make |>avmvn(s. huiuodi- ale possession. Can lie 1'i- nniu'ed. Sec or, cull Max l.ogun, Keallor, or K. T. Huhhurcl. Salcsniaii, phone 20.'M, I-vnch UlilR., tilvlln- villc. i) 11 ck IS Fimale Help Wanted Hears Portal Pay Claim I.IITLK KOCK, Ark., Hi III. 11.- illi 1 ) A number oi lormrr emi>loyes ol the Cnie.s Si'rvki' C'or- pnnillnn wlii;'il o|U'Lali'd the Mitll- JiletU 1 Urdci'incc i > lanl dluing ttu war lost Iht'ir llrsl round to eoUej" buck portal-to-punal pny. 1'Ydrral Judin: 1 lurry J. I-emleS yc.sLi'ltlay di'iiii-d n hearing oil motion for Mlininary Jud}jnien souuhl by Hen Andrews jiiul olU- eis. 'I'he uien said Iliey were en titled to u -shulhu' Judgment i-.lvei A. llusby and others by l-Vdcru Jurl^e 't'honuis C. Titmble De cemix-r. Jnd^e l.t-mley giiinted Hie plain tills !JD days to I He a record of tli Uusby case. Read Courier New.; Want Ad:i company liiis position for voting Indy alile to tj'|>c, for Kleiicly eni|iloy- .menl.vvilh ueriodical raises starting salary SI 00.00. Hours 0 a. m. (o i> p. ni. Half day Saturday a. in. Give ajjcc, present and past employment. liox MAR . cure Cotifier Ntws. !) 11 ck 0 15 SALESMAN WANTED ff*vc n fc",v more i\!rc lots luft In RoLllbon uuw siih-cl I vlisLpli — \Vc,sV <»f HlgliWRy fit on Cfunp Moulti tc DrU'i- - —1', i blocks North o( new fictuml flltp wlik-li tire rcstrlclcil In tilvt: - Imrnes. Quo new IIOUKI; t'oiupl-ilfd it ml open Tor lnspcclLun it> Uic imhhc ' At nil limes. s This l.i ttic Jourth suti-dlvl^lcm I have opened In Dlyllicvlllc, nil lots hiivt been cIcvclnpLiI Into homos ttnc] t.'i< resale. 1 : Imvc doultied In vuhitr. O. a. TtoLll.son 405 N Hroatlwoy I'hom; :i:mi " ' . "'• O' 1 \Vp Imvp j^ootl opening for mini vvllh ' cnr. Call 5811 lor uppoliiLim-nl. MJtl- l^ow Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort I-V.STKKTII, a rlcasn .t iilkwlliw inon-acldi powder, holci., false teeth more llrnily. To cat und talk In more comlorl, Jn:t sprinkle n little f'AS- TKliTll on your plutcs. No tummy, Kooey, pasty taste or Iccling, Ojecks 'plate odor" (dentine hrcathl. Get I'ASTi'"K'l'II nt any drug store. Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Savings Low Net Coat Protection For Servile W. L. TAMKE 108 E. Puvla St., P. O. Rox 411 I'hiine 24H7 Hljlhe»Hlc. Ark. FOR SALE: ALFALFA SEED Improved Oklahoma Alfalfa Seed U. S. verified origin. Guaranteed free of Johnson Grass and other noxious weeds. Place order now for later delivery -$24.00- Per 100 Ibs. ^ffi V CAPPS SUITS \Vi; now iiri: .'iliowiiiK Uic most coiu- plolc sctcclion nl IhcHL 1 fine stiilH wu liitvc liiid in years. livery one a niH.slurjiiiTe in slyliiiK, iinil tiiiloriiiK- A style anil color for every lusle. In fujjulai'H, longs and stunU. - • Balanced Shoulders • Deluxe tailoring v • Handmade collars • Top styling at Hudson's in Stcclc and Bjythcyillc Made-to-Measure Suits )nc.o jiKiiin Hudson i.s fcsituniiK fine (itialily iniiiorled ScoUish woolens n madc-lo-mtiiKHVc suits for \\w.\\ wlio demand Uic best. SU'ictly Itjvnd ailorrd . . . Your'perfect fit is guaranteed. A wide display of woolens o select from. See them. HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER . . TAILOR Stcele, Mo BIytheville, Ark.

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