The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 8, 1947
Page 10
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,^5-PAGE TEN (AKK.) COUK1EU NEWS WJODNKSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1!MY CIO Organizer Defends Claims Southern Director of Membership Drive Says FearsUnwarrantcd ATLANTA, Qa.., Jan. 7. (UP) — Van : A. Bltlncr, director of the OIO's Southern organizing drive today defended the flood of portal-to-portal pay claims denying that such court actions would drive companies into bankruptcy. - Bittner minimized expressed fears over such suits now estimated to total $2,500,000,000. ' "No iinlon man wants to see the company he works for 'JO out of business," Bittncr said. "We know that sonic companies couldn't pay one-half or even a third of the amount we are asking." he said. "When they can show the court their Inability to pay. the CIO is willing to negotiate." Bittncr, who returned from Pittsburgh where he attended a CIO board meeting of the United Steel Workers with CIO President Philip Murray, said that the retroactive features of portal suits have "significant bargaining possibilities." , His statement was made at press conference called to present background for such portal-to-portal s'uits in view of "publicized fears" from industrial representatives. The 'National Association of •Manufacturers meeting at Boca Raton, Fla., called attention to the rash of claims being filed against companies throughout the country. Carroll E. French. NAM direc- Death Took Over Driver's Seat Federal Crop Insurance to Be Discussed WASHINGTON, Jan. 8. (UP) — Hep. Clifford II. Itopi.'. U.. Kim., said today he will be "very rJ : *<t" to discuss proposed changes hi '.lie fedi'i-al crop insurance program with Si'iTi-tary <>I Agriculture Clinton p. Anderson. Anderson has askt'tt Ihe new rtc- liublican-coiilrollrcl Congress to overhaul Un* crop insurance jno- uratn lo put it on 'u "more buslno.s:;- hkr basis." Hope-, Incoming chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, raid tluil If crop insurance could be madr: to v;ork "it would do more for ay- rtailture than almost any other one thinu" because it would erase ihe uiuTrlainlies of weather and hi- .sccts. "Thai would leave (he fiinnor willi only prices to worry about, and we'll 140 to work on that as soon as possible," he said. Under the crop insurance pro- Knnn, the government (or a nominal premium insures the fanner against lo;;s of crops from weather and insect damaye. Hope agreed with Anderson (h,\t thf program had not been u .-ar- NOT1CK Srcondnry recovery in oil fields Notice Is hereby Riven thai W. J. i Involves restoring to the oi! deposits Wmidcrlk'h. doing business as Die; tile, onerijic.s provided |jy nature 8WJ Taxi bus made. up]»lcution lojand used up l>y man—forces ol '(Pcrntc four i:nrs for-lilre in HiCiH'is mid water. City of niytlievllle. ] Any protest should be In writing! nnd liled in the oftlce of the City I Clerk. Frank Wliitworth City Ulerk. 18-1,15 A iiormtil iicrson "leel.s" alUludc in fllslit at between 12,000 and 15.COU feet, l>nt Is capable :>[ existence at 17.000 to 18,000 feet. ness so far. Anderson, In a lett-?r to Hope, said the program 3ind cost the (jovernijient about $58/^00,000 .since it.s inception in 193&. HuMKo THE UJainiy COOKING FAT MsWondsrful! J. LOUIS CHERRY ReprrsentLnf New York Life Insurance Co. Blyitievillf, Ark. : were killed and live other's injured when this S.mta 1-v iju.i colli<Ied with u trailer truck near Gh\sgo\v. Mo. Tat- impact lure a large M"sh thvoiij;h Hie driver's yeiu. iNEA Telci>lioto.) 'Spit Not in Fire' Washington Urged NEW YORK (UP)—III his recent book on American etiquette, "Learning How lo Behave,'' historian Arthur M. Schleslngcr notes that George Washington as a boy of 15 composed his own guide to good manners. Among the 110 precepts which he laid down for himself, Washington wrote: "Reprehend not the Imperfections of others for that belongs to Parents, Masters and Superiors. "Contradict hot at every turn what others Say. "In Speaking to men of Quality do not lean nor Look them full in the Pace. 1 "Put not another bit Into your mouth til the former be Swallowed. ; "Cleanse not your tenth vrilh fiio Table Cloth, Napkin, Fork or Knife. ; "Wear not your clolhs, foul, un- fipt or Dusty. - , i "Spit not In the Fire. "Kill no Vermin as Pleas, lice ticks etc., in the Sight of Others. "Labor to keep alive in your Breast that Little Spark of Celes• tlal.'.fire Called Conscience." Britsh Bride Surprised at Divorce Decree than the one month cited in the bill of complaint. Vincent ctnld not \K reached in Annis'.on for comment. : -Read Courier News Waul Ads. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Jan. 8 — j (UP)—Circuit Judne R. J. Wlicelcr j yeslerday set nsldn u divorce obtained hist sprint; by a former GI against his British war bride after the court decree was called lo his attention by n London story on the British press blaslmi; the treatment, of their native brides In tills country. The London Daily Mirror had « front half page spread on n divorce granted Mrs. Millie Vincent, now back in England, who claimed that a woman "imiiersonalcd her in court.'' She said she came here to find herself a divorcee, of t\vo months instead or happily married lo Ctinflc.s Wooth'ow Vincent, for- mcriv of Birmingham but no\v of Auniston, Ala. The London story also said thai Ihe woman who Impersonated her in court testified that "I was dissatisfied \vith the sitting room Vincent provided as a home in Alabama." However. Judge Wheeler said that he was ordering the decree nullified on a technical point ol law rather than on the Hrilish war bride's complaint, lie said the Alabama code specified thai desertion, ivhich was claimed by Vincent, must be for one year rather The first four-motored transport planes, the Stratoliners, wore the nucleus of (lie Air Trun.sporl Command. They made 3000 ocean crosMnus nnct flew T.SDO.Ono miles (or the Army without disaster. CALL" "fOti everything in "INSURANCE' UNITED INSURANCE COCO SUFFERERS! —--v/^-v/^-^—~ 666 SNAPS '(NTOACriONi 'STARTS RELIEF 1 1NJUST6 SECONDS! 666 EASES THESE 6 COLD MISERIES QUICK! 3. Ilciuliii'lic. '2. "SUiiTcd-up" Nose, ,'t. Minor Throat IiTituLioii. •!. Coiitfh Due to :r Cold. 5. "All-Over" Muscular Aches. 0. "Chokcd-up" Feeling. Don't lake eltaiiccs with n. cold! 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' ' "•When you're in doubt ns to where yuu sliuuld look for ! • something for Ihc liomu or c;ir, try our wcll-slutked J i store . . . you'll find nuiny things you want right ;il [ 'your finger tips. Don't waste time just "shopping" else-i I where! . , s j ,&.".t' E? "5f ^f i i i j Blan Heath Auto & Home Supply j Phone 828 419 West Main St. WHY SUFFER From Cold Weather? \Vhcn you can simply call 597 and have your groceries uml meals delivered free l>y our ncn f:ist SCOOTER DELIVERS. We guarantee you must be salis- !:crt with our sclccliun. Fresh Dressed I'ouliry daily . . . iVIeadowljrook 31ilk. ' Cl Highway N'orlli—I'honc SOT CECIL LOWE Grocery & Meats Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. IHTTNER TIRE HEADQUARTERS WHY WE CHOSE THE THREE BEST TIRES Day Ion Tliornlircds are dated Tiros, itiul guai'niitccd lor lil-e of tire itself. Goodyear — More people ride on Goodyear lircs and tubes than any other kind. 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