The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 26, 1946 · Page 6
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Collide; Casualties Slow-Moving Freight Z Rams Passenger; 20 :;' Passengers Injured v'-WAMBAY, S D, Dec 2fi <UP> <J faulty or Impiopeily Uno\,,, switch »as blamed today for ihe collision of B blow-moving fi Mr-lit •nd a Chicago-bound Milw-U'kft. Road passenger (lain which '.tiucic M»d-(m near here Tuesday. "Twnty persons received m°cllctil snfeutlon for mjuilcs , The westbound fi eight \MIS «ch-d- ulM.to take a siding and |>eim.i the «*lte<i Milwaukee Olymjilan to pio- ceed Tlie freight, tinveling at 1C to 15: miles pel hour, ran Ihiouiju (lie switch and crashed head-on Inio the tr^in of day coaches cniryin' 14 S»rs of holiday tiavoids ^.Milwaukee- Raihoacl officials s,i;d they nere Investigating to tip, >i- mine »hy the switch failed to func- tfim ^Engines of both trains -remaiircrl Qj, the track, but 10 freight rars tjjrp of the Olympian's mail nn<l ox- Ittess cars, nnd two paswifer peaches were derailed. '* ,:Or. f. Plistor, one of 10 physicians rushed to the wreck scenu, si»il ti-c buckling of one of the Olympian's baggage cars acted as n cushion nnd roeorbed most of the freight train'-; force. -A majority of those Injured were occupants of the.dining <-n- imd.wero struck by flying gl.isiw'u-e Jtnd crockerv. Quadruplets In Good Condition COURIER NEWS GOP Senators Criticize CIO' Wage Demand WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UPi- Tlircc prominent Republican sen- , nlors, Headed by Ilobcrt A. Taft of , v ', Cluo, today were on re,- 0 :d in O |>- : bOQSt wa K«-' s . j-csulon to CIO demands for higher! ». Ball, R,.- Minn., nnd H. Alexander Smith, N. J. Tlio three arc anioiiB u group of GOP senators attempting to hammer out labor legislation tcr Hie nciv Congress. Taft said that excessive business profits, if any, should be IcvclM off by Increased business competition and resultant rowe- uri'rs to consumers. "It would be better for the count: v as a whole to lower prices, not ._ THURSDAY, DECRMBKU 26, 19-1(5 Clmr » Hc »"' •" « ernn . I1 '" "* lr **»**<*, in ai . AB n« Hospital. TIC icpoi-tcd in good condition. (NBA Toluphoto.) n IliiHitnore. M(l. three boys niiu n gu-i, „ Decries Ui S. World Leadership LYACOMA, wash. (UP) _ The United states is hot equipped to Ptay the role of world leader bc- "SH?* . of a wcnkcniiig moral fiber and character, according to Senate-elect Harry p, Cain, R Wash ^Cam believes that, In many ways . America is an unhappy nation] uiiea with suspicion., and discord, and_micertaln of Its: course and or its future. -,. i o : n C tn" bla , mes llle sltuhilon partly says it sponsors 'nnd rivti,. „'. »>; ' aiiJiisors nnc 'ft r 'J y . °'i ho ^ itlze » s who have Tariffs ay Endanger World Peace WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UPi — With a warning that world peace Is at stake, several Dumocrntic senators spoke out today against lossl- ble Republican resurrection of-old- tlme high taiifls. Sen. Cnrl Hatch, D., N.' M snl-l 'building tariff walls would 'point oack to economic isolationism ,-im! 'wreck" this country's global pester effor ts. "It could only mean cconnmi- disaster for this country and f,«- |i,e rest of the world," he said. Sc "- J. William PulbriBht U Lcnlhy Chain The Aleutian Islands, extending oiit from the Alaskan coast, vcach „ ...... itl i^tfiuni ifs IIII 111 the new Congress can rc-oxiirnlno this country's foreign trade policy. Read Courier News Want Ads. j says that "Those of us who are] , honest admit Hint we arc ill-filled Furniture is a Sound Investment in Comfort! Floor Lamps — Table Lamps Innerspring Mattresses — Box Springs Well Here 1 Am! .-.Yes,-frc«h as a daisy is (lie only vi.\y • our cleaning can be properly lar.ncrt ^ .- . .-once you've tried it you'll V nevee, Boonc Cleaning is nncxcbllcj. Call 3738 BOO HE CLEANERS CAU. ON US— Track Service Parts Trade Mmce? You bet we can tok» ew at you. That's right downpour alley. Paris? :We J*'*-'*. k>ig stock o{ genuine IntenMtonal Parts. Stop in and we'll take caie of you. CALL ON DELTA For Your international Truck Repairs! |»elta (mpfemente,- Inc H*- * -*• i Change In Location A. T. WILSON Fu- Market (formerly lnralcil in Gaines Grocery) Now opt'ratinff in (he Grear Grocery Sto/o zn K. MUM si. Phone ^Ml Your pntrnnnge is apprwlatp;! . Our pnliny is to oive yo>i (lie best In service and sntisfacUon. Ark., said "upsetting" the rccopra- cal trade program now would IM "as bad a tiling as you could do in Die handling or foreign policy." ultl - uom me AjasKan coast reac Sen. Scott Lucas, D., III., said it farther west of Scuttle than East would IJL' "a move backwards in i""' 1 ' Maine, is cast of that city world affairs" and that he cloiiht'-'l the Ilcpubllcan-conliolled ' 80th Congress would take such a sto i i The Democratic statements were evoked in part by Sen. Hugh Un|- I lor. R., Neb., a leading contend"!for chairmanship of the Semite Finance Committee In the new Co'i- ' gi-e.ss. i . Ilutlcr hns written the Stale D>;- ' partment dcinundlng that it, sii^- ' pcnd plans for ncgollnllon or l-inft reductions with 18 countries unt'il Finesr Quality Pork «& Beef Cuts FRESH VEGETABLES FRESH FRUIT will be found at PICKARD'S Phone 2043 HIM Chiekasjiwba !mlcc a ^ C oosl"' IIOU( ' "" accom l )a "> 1|n 8 The youngster fell beneath a Ho v-as 'foiling ho, , , """''"= freight train which lie had _i.js JoniM^by^eiis. Joseph tried to liD.iid and lost both lc». ; i • j Everything You Need! > i i j When you're iu doubt ns to where you should look for j jj .something for the. home or car, (ry our wcll-slockcd | jjsfoi-c . . . you']! find-ninny filing you want n s l,l at! I j your finger tips. Don't .-"waste time just "shopiiin K » else-I Bian Heath Auto & Home Supply I'hone 828 419 West Main St. Youf Flower* Are—You Are! One call to u« will arrange to have your remembrance 8e nt. n pt Just' once, 'but month tfter mpntli. Ask about thia pl«n. •• .- . S aou a plan FLOWER SHOP NEED TIRES FOR YOUR CAR? CHAMBUN S A L t S CO. STUDEBAKER We have just rvccivfil issi.ii?;er Cur Tlrts 475-19 550-18 550-17 550,16 600-16 650-16 700-15 We Buy «nrt Pf(! GOOD UREir CARS mil Oli>mblln — I^T Ch.tu Railroad t Ask St.. ANtT<m We suggest a Complete Brake Inspection — RIGHT NOW! LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST [NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 10S North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. BITTNKR No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Butiness and Reiidential Property In Town* of Over 2500 MONfY PAID ON DAY Of' APPLICATION IF TITLS IS SATISFACTORY Call or Writ* [FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY | ANDREW J. FLOBIDA. yJc^Pr^tdent jHONfl II, County tank luildli^ Osceola, Arkansas ^ 7 large shipment-»r tirc.-i Track Tiros 600-16 6 ply 700-15 6 ply 750-16 8 ply 650-20 8 ply 700-20 8 ply 700-20 10 ply 750-20 10 ply 900-20 10 ply MUD CHAINS REBUILT BATTERIES Your One Stop Station MARR'S AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sis. " FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Rodin* and A0p/ionc«* 320 E. Main St. Phone 2 4O? CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS We or* Deafen tor 12 IlK'IlM U 48 In.'i THC FAMOUS WATSRPRQOFIHG Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phon*, 697 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 TAI'K Now Have A Few Nice Ones For Sale or Trada AUTO SALES Cor. Franklin and Main SI. FiiofU' 203? Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LJNE FARM DITCHES Wm. R, Overton — county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years Phone Evenings — I5oat House, J!i K Lake or Write % Box 84, Uoscland, Ark. WASH TUBBS •f •POCK MR. l^KEEl WHEN KE SETS HIS HEAD OH SETTIN A MAN. HE CftNT eiVE UP iMclvec H;is Kvcrylhini,' BY LESLIE TURNED RRD RYDKK 1'AU BEGIN' TO T'INK I HAD VERfeft VVMINS mPRASSION OP VQtl VJHY, CEP.r.MMW ;\i OWN ATTCRKEY, WR, W.SRCSE QUIBBLE, CAM TfV.K TO HIW Trouble Brews < BY KliED RARMAN /ss—-" MOTHIN' STRAMGE ) RIGHT l/\T LOG GET ] ABOUT THAT... r-AMIGO ACROSS THR /IT'S A HOLD UP / RMSE ;i Stickup BY V. T. II AM LIN UNLOAD, \ I'LL TAKE THAT SUM) OKAV OOP V/f-'V! :: ~ v r ^T"^- 3 ' I BEFORE You OOy&Or -5H COVEKrf, \ MAKt IT ,'SOMETHING .r-^/^OLl HAUL DOWN ^'- • v QLJEGK. 1 " "~~ \\>^r . ^^{^s '^£^ ^S2yi W$^M\^---y w^p^?.4-,J .> v <soi >( iKmj^^

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