The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PAGE SIX U. of A. Students Consider Strike Quiet Restored on Campus After Funds Promised for Trip FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.. Dec. 18 — (UP)-—Calm was restored on the University of Arkansas campus ' here today, after ICO student leaders met yesterday afternoon to deckle whether or net to call a general student strike. The student meeting was called when school officials allegedly hesitated to turn over some $600 In the treasury of (he "Arkansas Booster Club" to club members. The money had been turned In, ttie ABC members stated, only after assurance that it, would be refunded when needed. The organization had planned to finance Cotton Bowl expenses for chter lenders, a floai and the University colton nuc'>" "i (1 "> Cojton Bowl classic in Dallas Jan. ••!,' but 'when ABc officials tried 10 f draw the money out of the «'»- j dent union fundi school authorities ' told (hem It was Impossible. j The strike threat was deferred only vyhen University President A. | .M. Harding assured the pep orga- : nb.alion that it would receive $500 I to cover the expenses. Although the group decided against an im- ! mediate strike, a message was sent to Ihc board of trustees, meeting ". Little Rock this nftcrnoon. protesting the attitude of the University. At yesterday's grievance session, the students named a committee to draw up a list of all grievances and submit then), together with met hods whereby thev might be bettered. Wanda izeil ot Muskogee. Okto., vice-president of the Saidenl Senate, presided, and Bob Wilson of Little Rock. ABC president, spoke for the. club. Among the thtui's the students plan to ask for are representation on id', committees. Including the boai-j of trustees, and a voice in student government. Here's a Brand New Alibi For Beating Tratfic Cases And It's Value Proved CHAPEL KILL. \. C . Dec. 18 — 'UP>—It started out like any other speeding case. "I was chiving my iruck through Chapel Hill like I do ovcry aflei'- nooii." Leroy McKniglu of Durham, N. C.. told the judge. "But this time 1 saw a purse lying in the street and I stopped mul picked it up. It had a woman's name and address in it so I went lo her house and gave it to her." The judge impatiently demanded "What's that got to do with speeding?" . McKnijjht explained "it took me half an hour to return the pocketbook and I had to hurry to get back to my store In Durham before it closed." The judge, Henry A. Whitlietd, •asked whose purse it was "Mrs. Henry A. Whitfieid Jr .. McKnight said, "Lord, that's my daughter —case dismissed for costs," Whitfield declared. BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Testifies in Bilbo Hearing [Lions at Manila Schedule 14 Tilts • For Bqsketballers the j Following their tames in ,.„.. S.iiuvivec Invitational Tournament Couch Charles Jolllffs Manila Lions | have 13 cage Hits and one open . date loniiiiiiing on their si'hed»>.- for this season. F -r Newton, iratticsburg. Mis.s., ™n I, act or, : ,s he testified bi-lo,r the faenalp War Investluatinu Committee which i.s .-nrrently ),„•,«,.. gatini! charges that Senator Theodore Hilho re-reived »rutuitic.s "run Mississippi contractor., for helping then, 8 ol c.oMstnu.-lion' Jobs Ncwto>, Uml the committee that he gave Bilbo four c-h.rks tolalilm s kf»0 At neht .s New-ten's rartiu-r. Frank S. Glenn. (NEA T.-lophoto , Strikers Lose $993 Million In Single Year NEW YQRK, Dec. 18. (U.P.)._ The American Economic Poiuii'a- tion estimated in a report lodny that American workers lost £9S)a,- (MO.OK) throueh strikes from ijii>- lember, 1945, to Septpmbcr, IfMu. The foundation reached the iii;- ure on the basis of an right-hour day at $1 an hour. It said 12!,000,000 mun-days were lost oy !,292,000 strikers. The cost of !<si production, it added, was inc.ll- cuable. The foundation estimated :jua Ihc soft coal miners last spiing lost SH5.0CO.OOO in wanes, an.l IL-SI production cost $2.000,000,000. cards aiul packages, Posttnaslcu 1 Rcss Stevens saicl today. While Dvcryllihij; possible I.s tlu"o uy the Post office to straighten out faulty addresses, he said," the added volume of holiday inaillnB expected this year is likely to result in added Dead Letter mail. Senders should include n complete return address as well as a mailing address, he said, and an added precaution may be taken uy repealing the address inside Ihc outer wrapping. Chlorine Caustic Plant Lease Up to Engineers PINE HLUFF, Ark . ore ;« (U.P.y — Final draft of' a piv'pc.-.cu lease of the chlorine caustic plant at ltu> Pin,, muff Ai'senal to 't:ie Diamond A|kali Co. of pilUlnn'ah. Pa., today bi-(;aii Us round of yc.v- vernmeiit channels prior l u tinal aiiproval. The lease was drawn .10 a; a two-day conference at the ':,rs,-n.n. H I.s lieinp sent from th,. ot- Atl Kinds of FIREWORKS for Chrisrmos at BUCHANAN'S Gro. & Mkt North Highway 61 "Eat a Bonnee at Barney's" Delicious Letter 0/f/ce Gets Rush Following Holidays Dead letter mail is expected by the Post office Department (o increase by thousands (his year unless senders use extra cave in the correct addressing o r Christmas 39? BONNEE BUTTERED STEAK SANDWICH BARNEY'S DRUG STORE <; V,'. Main SI. rhnne :<«!? Give Oie Santa Himself an Xmas Gilt! SEAT COVERS »' i Here's what makes our seat covers "better" ^ Tailor-made for "your" c:u . W Resist dirt and grease. •k Double-stitched seams. *• Made of finest materials * C'hoice of Mnlcli designs •k Cost no more than other covers SHELTON MOTOR CO. The DO.'. .Jan. J-n. J.in. J.ui. Ji'.n. .lau. Jan. Jan, Jan. F. •>. F b, l r ,b. P.-b. s:l:edu!e follov«; ni-Closnc.! at M.nila. •t— I.uxora at Miiilia 7—Bell at Manila. B—a.sccola nL Osceola M—Manila at Keiscr. 1C— Bhavvncc at Manila 21—M-in I In at Dell. ?4 Oit-cola at Manila '23 Manila at Trumium 31—Bay at Manila. S Manila at Sliawnee 7— iYumann at -Manila U—Manila at Reiser H —Open. fice of the Soulliwesten <" the u. S. Engineers f Chiel of iKton and thi utary. of war. to tl dr-i'sec t'cn Uiftlnci i Dallas j Pete Reiser of Brooklyn \ ' Bums Undergoes Surgery ! To Produce Bigger Curves ST. LOUIS. MO., Dec. 18—l(Jf>) I -Dr. Kohert Hyland. the St. Louis! Cai'dltials 1 club physician, loomed; a•; a potential factor today in de- lummiii" (he 11117 league 'pennant' winner. . I A .SUIRCOII of natioiial promi- I ni'iice. Dr. Hyland operated on the Brooklyn Dodgers' pete Reiser, and ' in si i doing may have improved the I iiMJ!K o: cue <,f the dicim',; great-' <:i Hu'ywir.g arms. , 'Die outcome' jnay add the Inu- tipj. of strength needed to Irans- 10:111 ilic Hums from a comeiuli.T lo a champion. Culfielder iieiser, victim of 'a' iljjht shoulder Injury which Ijoth- ••ie<i him throughout the omire I94ii Iwseljall season, was reported lo I);: doing -very well" at St John's hoscltp.l. 'I ho doctor said (hat ), 0 hnci O p- cale-i yesterday ( o attach Reiser's :i--lil breast hone t o thr; collar- b::::i' in order lo relieve stiffness in in-.- -hodden WEDN T E.SDAY, is, i<>ir> Ct acker C fob's President Not to Succeed Evans ATLANTA, Dee. 18.—'UP!—Earl Mann, chief of Ihc Atlanta Crackers eliminated himself today as a potential .successor to Billy' Evans, who resigned as president of the Southern League. Mann said that. i le 1V as mppy In Ins post as president of the pennant champs. Evans joined the Detroit Ti"Cis in an executive post, lli s successor will be named at a meetiii" at Birmingham next month. * Oldtimer to $«« (.$(,/ Battle Razorbticks tor Cotton Bowl Grid is of the lease il pending fini disposal. Klephfints don't resent heiii" fed iojar.-o. Muny ol them r-njoy small fl'.ianlllies of it. BATON ROUGE, Lll., D'C i3 i UPi—Aaron Prescolt, left tac!;i» on the first fjam Louisiana State U'.i vcrsity put on (he Held will - l( "-<ii'i pany the Tigers to the Colton Bovl game in Dallas on New Year's D- lv Prescotl is 70. It, was back In 18 13 when His Tifjei-s played a one-'-ame srhcdulf losing to Ttilaac 34 tn o Pn.v.-ott said lie used hi.s hair for a helmet. ^ "We just had pads In spots," jie (Hlythevilio Only) DEALERSHIP OPPORTUNITY if Imported • From England Lightweight Motorcycles We should like J e hear from torn* firmly established local o.-r,cn! IO 'rion who would like to odd to their pres.nt cpcrc'/lor.s. a deolersfclp in thi> city oiily...<or iht »r«- ni 3 .idc. U 5ly popular Famous Jam« lightweight motorcyclt. T!i.i Ij on extraordinary opportunity. The sturdy. «*reo«? li^ed Jamei moiorcyclt it a provci mccess i> our branch c.Ties>,.,evcr lije Soulji^tst... hundreds havin g been sold <.uri«g t.io past ye ar . 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