The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1946 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 19, 1946
Page 13
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THURSDAY, DKCKMUKK ID, 10-10 Higher Minimum Wage is Debated 36 Believed Dead In Fire RLYTHKVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Trumon is Urged to Try Again to Got Mandatory Increase o WASHINC3TON, Deo. If). <U1>> — ..ojiie ^ovn:r.n)ent oiiicials said to day thr v \ Ui -^ r or i| u > Triiman id ininistraiion to renew ils dine ^r a higher nuniinum \va^c and • the .same time, to seek a limili ""•'n 0:1 Uu> retroactive liab'ilitj oi employers under Iho wat'e-hour H« President Truman twice urged the last Congress to raise the minimum wajjc from 49 to C5 cents an hour bat without success. A Kroup of I'einocrntlc congressmen is urging i him to try aj;ain. Mean«')iiJi«. Rep. Joliti W. Gnjn "•'• R . la, v:i;s reported preparing ic bill which would limit to one or I'.'.o years an employer's • liability I or back wai:os under the v ue '""ir art. Employers now ma\ be med bark lo the time of the p is s; >w ol the act in 1938. eXLcot where otherwise specilicel bv si it< MaUiie.s of limitation. I/i'jor unions ale coiilinnin:: to I""' up suits asj:>iiisl employer.? to collect an estimated $6.000.000,000 in '"''k p:,y lor "walkins" and "nukL irady" lime. The .suii.'i are biscd "ii a supreme court riillng whi.h "•'id that walking and makc-rcadv time wore CDinpensable. T»e United Electrical Workers 'CIO> announced intentions to b;!"!! suits lor sucli pay against Ofjieral Electric, Wcstingiiousc ^v nMric and General Motors Coip H•••cclricai division. Traffic Meter Would Save Court Trips AliiLK.N'E, Te:;. lUPt — Traffic violators may be spared ih« task «f trudging to court lo pa v lines for overparkinj; or other " traffic inr.i.'cretioiis. I; would be accom- Pliuicd by a traffic inetcr, the idea of an Abilene inventor H P Conipion. Tile meter resembles a fire alarm box and on one side contains n hole under which is printed "Pay Here" A motorist finding „ , ra( f ic lk . kct on las car wou.'d step 10 a Comn- ton meter, attach hi Britisher's Move to Adopt Nazi Morals Code Meets Opposition 11Y KODICItlCK M, AIU'JIIIK U'MCUM by "pilvntc iimwment " tlnlli-,1 IM-oss Shift roriTsjramleiX "The ruvc niobl MH of nib il LON130N, D,-c. lil.-Thc Unchelor aneo In C m itr or L. «'<] Wotl,er|«w,l Lenguo'.s campaign lo women In\C ,c P °i, "n v b'' Help mistrnl<-il women solve Ilic ralvpil i,y |,l,iv,,l mall.y th,< lei.r- innn shortage with n "plnrui nmt- '»• -• - ""'""i,. u» n>>i i»(j" plan was tcniponiUlv foiled today iK'rauso directors of n public hull cancelled their meeting. "Eiicli 11 leasiie Is not exactly IliR sort of tiling we want movtlng III Di'iiison IIousi'." tin. Hall's directors said. £hm IIIK I he available men "by private ii|;reeineni," as advocated III (he new leiiKiu-'s iiainphlels, obviously was rnnnliii; |nt 0 opposition from orthodox society. IJenlson House direciors stiid Dr. Kd.uird A. Wl'son hired tlie ImJI for Stimliiy "lo K uv n s"clo- logleul lecture." They [oiind .out later that his topic was "The Necessity for the Hiichelor Motherhood Lcaiiiie." Their immediate rend ion: NO mcetiiijj. Printed announcements of Ihe nieellnii distributed yesterday said, "The health of 200,000 women In England alone is endangered be- c'ause or the widespread frustration of their legitimate biological desires." There are. 200.000 more women Hum men in 1','iinlund. (lie IcatTels said, and "their nervous systems and health domand expression. , ." Tile leatsue said it did not ad- vccale brciikini; laws against bl- Kamy. H suggested alliances con- let ' II Is the Him of (hi. isaclirloi- Mothcrhooii Leauue lo cncouranc women to take the Mop 01 bachelor motherhood wllli a inie sense of responsibility." 'Hie league proposed o|>cnlni! u civil register to create u .special status lo,- unmarried mothers, if urgcrt establishment ,>1 a liead- qimrlers rll]b to )m)V | de i, 1>( ;i, clol . mothers mm mil security. Wilson's address, given to Denl- son House, W as in a,, unprclen- IIOILS slreel I,, Wos t London. Ue wii.s nut Immediately avuiluble for coiu- inent mi tlie mci'tlni; cancellation. An unidentified person answering Ids telephone said. "! know notli- n about the propuscd lenuue, but am .sine that If Dr. Wilson' 1 is behind II, It will be a sincere and idealistic cffoit to aid the women of Knropc." PAGE THIRTEEN .. ' r- * f FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR. ANY SIARI5 RHIEVINO All t COlo MIStKIES-IN JUST 6 SECONDS! : .;H riiiiiiiin.<,i,',,ii,;j,.i).|,,, cm, l,..u. ,-MM uilsi'rJi-. 'I'uki- unly ifi .Ih.vU.I. . I COID PREPARATIONS 1A6LCIS OR tlQUlo EXCAVATION rirenien dia into the mass of wreckage for fire which ripped out an entire rear wall of New York City. Thirty-six are believed jured in the blast. (NBA Telcphoto.) I victims of an iiv-liouse a 28-fninily tenement, in dead hnd pos:iil)ly yj ui- ticket, hnd drop it in the slot. Coninton said his plan called for installiition O f two meters to a block. He is seeking a patent for the device. Valley Forge Gets Copy Of Washington Statue VALLEY FORGE, Pa. (UP)—The famed lire-size Koudon statue of Gen. George Washington is a new landmark in the historic shrine that marks the post held by the] , n ,™ BEC<i Continental armies during fine lo the the winter of 177C-1TI7 The statue placed opposite the Washington Memorial Chape! is a bronze replica of the original done ay Jean Atuoine Houdon. The marble Houdon stands in the rotunda of the slate capitol at Hich- n-.ond. Va. Furniture is the Ideal Gift! Floor Lamps — Table Lamps Innerspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. IKt E:isl M:lin Phone 2302 All Our Employees are War Veterans. When you gotta blow you GOTTA BLOW! VUf •4. Pamper Your Winter Coat Ytjii pick out your winter cunt carefully . . . m;ike sure it slays in the same BOCK! condition by letting us clean ill PHONE 3738 BOONE CLEANERS R. H. GODSEY N. IliKlnriiy Gl Across from Coin)). Place Your Orders NOW For Christmas Ducks, Geese TURKEYS CHRISTMAS TKKKS Halsimi Needle—Fast American Lady Foods PICKARD'S Phono 2043 10-M Cliickasuwba CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Solas — S«rvlc* We Rny »nrt Sell GOOD USED CARS BUI CtuubUn — La Railroad t Ath Sta. Phon* Zlfll GIFT GOODS -TOYS We liuvu the largest solcclinti of K irt jfowls and loys tlisplityctl. You will Itiivc lo .see <iiir (li^by hcfore you tan leatixc ju K ( how lurjjc our stock really is. We iu- vi(c yon <o visi( our store— new K oo<)s iirriviiifj ditily. II will ],ay you lo buy early, liiutyel sitles can he hnd— Blan Heath Auto & Home Supply Phone 828 419 West Main St. Whir* Your Flow«n Ar« — You Ar«I One call to us will arrange tr, hmve your remembrances aciit, not ju»t once, but month after month. ,Ask about thia plan. FLOWER SHOP *« »*>»» BUY HIM A TIRE FOR XMAS F a r m a i I Tractors Get Better Care at Your McCormick Deering Dealers. Bring it to — Delta Implements,- Inc. 312 So. 2nd St. Pho n. 863 NTIME? " ^jliJjiZf «s3»^^®> We suggest a Complete Brake Inspection — RIGHT NOW! LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST [NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 308 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. B1TTNER No Waiting! No Delay! in Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property In Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION If TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Writ* FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY j ANDREW j. FLORIDA, yice-Pweia C nl PHON3 HI MUtfsiIppl County Bank Biiildinf Osceola, Arkansas 1 Ml We have just rvccivuil H h»r«jc cr (;»r Tires 475-19 550-18 550-17 550-16 600-16 650-16 700-15 shipment of tires Truck Tin's 600-16 6 ply 700-15 6 ply 750-16 6SO-20 700-20 MUD CHAINS 8 ply 8 ply 8 ply 700-20 10 ply 750-20 10 ply 900-20 10 ply REBUILT BATTERIES i Your One Stop Station MARR'S AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sis. FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radio* and Applianc** 320 E. Main St. Phone 2407 8. J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLD6. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS W» ar» Deafers for 12 Inohe* tl» to U InchM THS FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phon. 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. WANTED Used Cars and Trucks WE BUY— SELL— OR TRADE The Top Dollar Paid in C-A-S-H NO DELAY — NO RED TAPE We Now Have A Few Nice Ones For Sale or Trade BUD WILSON AUTO SALES Phone 2(W7 Cor. Franklin and Main St. Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wm. R, Overton -- county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years Phone Kvciiiiigs — Boiil House, 1% Lake <)r , Write % ]!ox 84, Homeland, Ark. ; WASH TTTRRS THIS IS YtVER'ONE SKi THW WR " V -B5TMOSe HORRIBLE PE 'J Oft PAPERS VOU REHEWBER MUST BE. WEUi NH1- T T'ANK VOU! OF / MM 1 SM VOU M=KEE INDUSTRIES I DO HOT LUKE UKE IWICOME I WK SURW OlD BY LESLIE TURNES *,HEM...Ttt NEVvR FORGIVE HVSELP )/^WBE I FOFJGEEVg FOR UNWTTIH6W CRETINS THE 4 VOU ! 5EENCE. I WRONS IIAPRESSION ON VOU 1 . FRkNKW.l BIN AHOUSETHftT EftJHO, I V'AS NOT ANXIOUS TO 56LU/ SUIT ttE JUSTIK *£> "i^Trr^-T^T-SCT,-— M —~ r ~^\ WELL. SO EVER. 1 - KED RYDER ^^^Mil 1 'I v N \ \ /YOU'RE RIGHT/IT'SNOI0'!7 V \^ ; ( BRANS/SOMEEODVtX\NTED , '- -TC^-N CATTLE ON CUR J ~^0 > lESTcATX resLf3Y// Direct Aclioii THERE'S OSE SWICAN ) ^=^ FEND M\^>F1 p.' i. ' '~~~-i DAVE.' BY FRED HARMAN THERE'5 OAVE'sy-iOUSEEM ^IM IIT P'-*CE.RVOER.' 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