The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1946 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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WEDNKSJMV, UliCKMHKK 11, 19-10 BLYTHUVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Banners See Angers Ahead All-Out BatHc Between Management and Labor Courts Ruin WASHINGTON', Dec. 11—<UP)~ 'lie National J'lmmlng Associti- lon said today that "democracy Is '"'iiirt lo lose" in any .struggle for '•tnancc between labor and mau- .Fflietu. "In a "declaration of intcrdc- iciKlenec" the N[>A said the eonn- ;'-y's immediate need is "a «CM iameu-ork of human relations on M'oad and cooperative lines." "If \ve succeed in attaining this ;oiil.' p the NPA said, "we have the >vcral| plant organization, the nanagerial technique, Hie .skilled aijor force, the raw materials, tho fclinotouy, and tlie market lo -ishcr in a period ol unprcccclcut- "(J aiul sustained prosperity." The NPA, a non-profit, non-political orp.ani/.aliottj made public its declaration at the conclusion of i two-day conference on economic problems. The statement, was Drafted by members of the NPA's Wiuuliurn, hii.-iiness • and labor committees. "If two sucj) giants a.s labor and management engage in a strtig- | glc lor dominance wilhin the delicate mechanism of American economy," the statement said, .'neither can win and democracy is bound 10 lose. They will all (;o together in chaos or in the icntalioit which will ri.se from /ramie demand | 0 avoid chaos." The statement was issued at a luncheon presided over bv NPA President. H. Christian " Sonne, president of Ainsinck Sonne & Co. of New York. Removing Victims From Burned Hotel OP A Promises More Sugar In January WASHINGTON. Dec. II. (Ul'l-- The OI'A said today consumers pi-cbalily will |,inn. Increase,! rations of SUBHI- rturliis the first |i.nt of nexl your. A spare stamp nood lor live pounds will be validated on Jan. 1. II will remain usable llnoii|;h April -JO. OI'A said. The iiKency also sulil it is ex- pccted Dim „ second consumer stamp (or 1047 win , J H . f \ { .^, lm( good bi'foie the other' stamp expires. ( The ijiescMil sugar ration Is live pounds ovory f n|1| . momIlSi • Ui A sairl Industilnl and insllln- llonnl sucn,. ullotmenls for the PAGE ELEVEN liriit quarter of 1047 will be the .•:amc a:> for the last i|titirtci' of 1910. INDIAN m:i.n:r Ui'M'i't Indians luive n ihi'.oml that wlicn ti dishonest Indlin dl"s. 11 tiny Miituiivu cactus con'ahilni; the Iiulliin's soul beulns lo , Brow, mid not until the plant tirows up, XMAS Tree Light Sets inn! Extra Bulbs UMITKI) STOCK PLANTERS HARDWARE CO., Inc. mi \v. Main si. I'linm- MS V.oluntecr workers carry burned victim of Atlanta, ci \ . hotel lire lo safety: Civilians ami soldle-s •*•[•'• nessed into service when the AUanU fire c!ep:utmunl used all o[ its resources to fiiihl the (himes' (NE\ rclcphoto.) ' Legislation On Labor to Get Attention WASHINGTON. Doe. 11— lUPi — Sen. Robert A. Tiilt, R. o.. probable nev.- chairman of the Senate Labor committee, said today that tho next Congress can start work on stronger labor legislation without waitinc for a Supreme Court ruling on the. United Mine Workers case. Tart, back from a central American vacation, said labor legislation -will be one of the first problems to •.'be tackled by the Republican-controlled 80th Congress when it convenes Jan. 3. He said he had collected the legal data on the mine case, but that- It covers only one phase of, the labor legislation the GOP leAflersliip' intends to sponsor. Taft gave no indication of Hie type of legislation that would be sought, but the coal strike has intensified congressional demands for "constructive but not punitive" legislation. Other Republican leaders said the end of the coal strike in no way lessens the need for strong new labor lav,-. Many Democrats joined them in saying the strike only dcmonstrat- fltrt anew the necessity for Ending <mcans of preventing such paralyzing walkouts in industries vital lo the public welfare. Glass-Lined Beer Vat Makes Farmer Silo PITTSVILI.E, Wis. (UP)—A Wisconsin fanner, Fred Sclialla, has discovered a bigger and better farm silo. ' Schalla, with the aid of Bin poles, a stump -puller and n tractor, has set up a king size beer barrel on Ins farm. Schalla welded steel rods into the side.s for a ladder and cut out doors with an acetylene torch. The new silo weighs about 23 700 pounds and i s 11 feet, eight inches in diameter and H8 feet loin:. Ifs lined with ula.ss, ami Sdiallu fai'.l this will be nn improvetnenl over Hie oil! silns because it will eliminate large aiiiuuiitx of was'.e .sil- ayc which ciKiinurily cling to the silo walls. $74,000 Is Hubby's If He Can Find It CLEVELAND <UP>—Ji>e Rly.jak. 52. will bf Ijllsy for tiio ne.xl :-ix nionths <|i(;;:iii« up (lie U:isem?n! ol a cnfc owned by his former wile. H« nskcd jiKiRe Samiirl H. . u :l- bert. in a contested tlivorco suit, l-c bi> ix-niiiltcii In keep the oolllcilli of tin- biiseiiu-iit. His wile,' Jennl' S2, thinking of old hollies, nsheni)!> nnd eiii|Jty beer ease.s, n^rccd. Biz jak i-laiins lie ha.s a $11,001) cnch blli led in the bii.wliH'lll. Jiicli,'c Silbeit (javc liim si monllis to find tin 1 money. '•ireiistire hunt" pf nt(ornoys nil court otliciiils searched tlic base inent. hut. relumed to the courl ri>0[ii empty-handed. Downcast, hut mil <liscoiirn[;e< Hlzjak :.ay:i he plans more scarcli ini; ii.irties. WORMS STOPPED TIIAIX A IreiRhl (ruin was Flail.-:) in Texas in 1031 when millions ;if "army" worms covered the tracks and made them Ion slippery fjr movement of I lie train. Chiropractic for Health Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 DR. TORSTEN LINDQUIST rsViirni-iilnmefer Service Guard Bldg., 2091/2 W. Main Phone 3170, Blytheville, Ark. s unil ilccuyK, Is Ihc tioul Bet free tind )>cnnlUeil lo leave this enrlh. A s.itiiiuo jnay live 150 years. •* About, "fcrfi gallon of »»l«r Is fornicil from the tlmiiiutloji or each gar.ou of f'oc] In »u into motor. ' There's a Job Waiting for Yon IN JAPAN ALL EXPENSES PAID AND $90 PER MONTH Qualified young mon 18 to 34 (17 wild paronts' consent) may no* sign up for an interesting job in 2Etri Infantry Division'in Jdpan.j Tlio ?5th is famed for heroic action on Guadalcanal, New Georgia, Volla LeVella and Luzon. Its members woar two Distinguished Unit citations. i Clorki, stonogrnphers, 1v;.Uh, nidcliI'W;, fruck drivers, plumbers, 1 carpenters and spocl<tli:;i*!n moro than a\liundrod otlior liolds will tirid profitable extension of tlioir trades cud opportunity to learn now onas, '. ] Living condilions arc oxcollon^-SpoiIs, ontortainmont and travel opportunities are lugUy dovctopcd in this division's aroa. Higd ovorsoas pay (20% nbovo domestic Army baso pay), excellent medical and dontal care, And a generous retirement plan make thlt opportunity too good to missl Young mon who can moot proscribed standards, and who enlisf for 3 years, aro entitled to designate thn 25th Infantry Division at time of enlistment. Initial training given before departure from U. S. Get full details at U. S, Army Recruiting Station— 115 N. 2nd Street, Jr. Chamber of Commerce Tractors and harm Equipment We have just received several new and used tractors of all sizes in both John Deere and Farmaii. I I—I'M:!-iU-F;irni:i1l with cilher 2 or 'l-row cultivator (new) 2 —new Ii-K:mmills 1—1 !M5 H-Kiirmal! b—H-Fill-mails from 1<M2 lo 101") models. (i—A John Deere from Mil,'! lo l!)l."i mod els. i!—New H-John Deere. 1—New H-.h.Ini Deere 1 —Mill H-Jolin Decrc All the above tractors are equipped with cultivators, middle busters and planters. We can furnish breaking plows and discs with some of them. These tractors are in excelk-nt condition! Sec these tractors and yet our prices before you buy Now On Display at— * \\. II. BKOH'.X JESS IIUHNI:K Manila, Ark. Phone 31 Housework OUT ON THSS TELEP E JOB at hbtne lomio UNOCI AutHoiiry OP THE COCA-COU COMPANY »f COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. ol BLYTHEVILLE I It's here! It's new! It's a... aire Cold - with the big Super-Freezer Chest • You on store up in 37 parkigcs of fro?cn font! . . , fur lumly (hy-io Jjy use. An;i in [he moist-cold mmpjri* mcnt )0fi dtn't ban lo ivnr fno,-/j, There's loads of room to keep ihcm fresh and moist for days! ("nine in.Sec why more than 7 mllilott FrigUbircs li*« been built mt! sold. Anil wlicn you do, lie sure to see thii new Frigid-iirc Cold-Will Rcfrigcn- tor ... and many other fine Frigid- airc Refrigerators. Model CDM-7 shown j.j j (i.7.-, Olhcr models from?! Kl.75 FRIGIDAIRE COLD-WALL FEATURES OpsraJors go right on answering calls, and telephone service is not disturbed as craftsmen >/ork alongside, adding more switchboard to serve waiting cuslomcTS. No time out for growing pains in this exchange or in many others these days. As fast as we can get it, we hustle tele- phone equipment into place. It's" scarce—yes—but we're gelling it and rushing it to /fij?% work to bring you telephone service sooner. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. XjCjC^y Mftter-Miser Mechanism Simplest refrigerating mechanism ever liuilt. Scaled ii^ steel. Never needs oiling. Protected for 5 years against service expense. Super-Freezer Chest 1 Combines fAsi freezing with large frozen-storage space. Meat-Tender Extri-deep for keeping meats. Use ft in the Supcc-Fccezeroron ?. food shelf. Moist-Cold Compartmen! Provides proper coIJ v-iih needed moistuic. Preserves vitamins. Saves fiivor, freshness. You don'c have lo cover foods. Frozen Food Storage Plenty ofsp,icc for frozen metis, vegetables, desserts, for day-to-day use. Two Super-Moist Hydrcrtors ' All-poicclain, glass-topped, easy sliding. Provide extra-moist co!J stonge for keeping Icify greens, vegetables and fruits. Positive Humidity Control New Moist-Minder and Dew-Fresh Seal safeguard Jgiinst too much or too little moisture in food compiU- mcnt, Rust-Proof Shelves AH-aluminum shelves, e*sy to keep clean. Ncvcrrust. Sturdy. Lightweight. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. 20F W. Main 1'honc 207) HCAff FR/GIDAfRE'? -. HOLLYWOOD STARVE EVERY SATURDAV ?ifln

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