The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 15, 1947
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^WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 19-17 Coal Operators May Negotiate One Official Looks For Early Overture To UMW Boss Lewis WASHINGTON, Jan. 15. (UD -Government, sources predlct-d today that a jnrt of the soft coal industry will ask John ], lei-'is to m'eotinto n now contact l»e March 31 strike dcntllinc set uy his United Mine Workers One official s:\lu } 1(! ] 0 o\te\ lor ,•!>> UIIPS to I/>wis next mouth om Northern nml Middle Western Of)''l';ltOI'S. Southern and Far Western producers. however, served notice they wcr<> nnwilliiitr lo negotiate for "le, present. 1-iisl tliey wnn( the Supreme Courl to rule on j./ ; \vis' n»ij?,ii i:?niiisL hii c-nniMnpl conviction, Ijnsrd on his failure to prevent tlio n-duy strike lust Novcmoiy. Anil Him lluy want (o uivc tlio ni'v Coiwrui a chance to consider IfKislation oulliiwini; union v.-ol- f:ne funds, unionixalion ot supervisory workers and other la )or cinbs. !.C«MK fn Ktvllislon FOHT MYEHS, Kin., Jan. 15. 'U.l'.i—Jnhn I,. r.e\vis was in seclusion near here today wlnle at- Ic.rneys itrijiied his United Mine Workers ca.v« Ijefore tin- Suptenie Court, lie arrived at a remote camp on Pine Island several J'sys Union I.eailcrs Optimistic WASHINGTON, Jan. 15. ll.P.) —a spokesman for the United Mine Workers voiced belief today Hie Supreme court would i-ev.-rse the contempt convictions of V.oMv the union and its chief, John L. Lewis. He said he believed the UNWs oral arguments yesterday against. BLYTHEVILLE Montgomery In Moscow at St. James Hospital here following ihc collision last nlylit In which the second section o[ the wcslrjomtd train plowed Into 'he observation ear un the first section, dni Ing a ranlni; bll/.zard. Too Late to Classify For Sale :W Am-* i.v ml!,' (iff Ki'iivil Sum,, im- i.f.n, lu. niv I'rlith v lv:u..| Tlik Ijiml "' lliuiUiu (' y, n..i ' fill' fr<i.n Illi II,,,, ill,.. X,,,, r,.-i,l, in „„,„., ,,,, K H'll for i'l.,'i|. ,,ii,.' ,,f *.'.,> ,„.,. „..;,.'. •I"" "'•'"' "•'." Jllill-.'viH,. in Mi,-lv "iMii ('..niily. liiulil.- hi,|.i,,v,,,l. :)r. jo-'k mail. I'li'i'lri,. i;«,.s an,I ..,•!.,»>l fur llnlils. iiivni-r ulll c<ll nil ,<«iiiii. HIM.!. lii<'l».lliiK r.v.l. vrv.l. ira.'lr.r™. "I" :- «,||1..,UI. I', i,-,.,! , ^11 ci'i V-Hioi'iru i v '; in limiv,.. ti..-,.l(l. :, loom limi-i. 'tv'iih "linlh u.'ll l.inil,',!. .* I..'.ll". N' li-iii.. will. '..^,, „. „„.-,. ,.f imi.l. In i'i>r|iui'iile limit* ?|O.T,I«I I' • ••• 11" lii|il,-\ wi-ll l,irnh<<l. V/orlli Hi,- mani-r. l.l'TM'''ll (illlY . . 11 -. I'll ''1 '• III I'll :'7.-.l IKfil',' ivill. U. M. Willl:tl»s I i:, (ik.^'/ I-CII M.,.1.1 A l',,i-,l r,.ii|i,, '(•.imi.l.T.'iy" ; ;< iiii,,,,.,.i TM.' tin;,. iiriuis" '.'•'>'-' ' Tl.'j.-k 1^ '1 in iriliii'.'il milt,,.,' lir,'^ T),.-M' :"•.' |''<,,1,, , .1.1,,, „,,, .. v ,,ll,,.,, l:..,,,l:ll |li'i.'i-. lii'iai!- 'IVvi:,',. S..|,'i.T. Stall' i.ii.,' til i. :i-,\ lit •,.,•)..IK niv \Vi vliri,'h,n^ Wi'a;.,:cd m a heavy white.- coat, Meld Marshal Viscoun! Bera'ml Almr- Lwmcry availed the plane at HAs.sin K bouvno Airch'tnm.-, London wlrci, look him to Mcscow. Appearing before the higher inilitnry ..r.cieinv .if me Soviet G^er,,, Staff, Alom,omery (ll , cus!i , (1 lllu ^ 0 ' ^ ' 11cups m modern warfare. iNEA Telcphoto.i LED <'untii:iic<l from rage. 'l. brake lever and the starter is op- - - orated, by a button on the dash, Koverimiciu by injunction would hoard. • nTe" m?ion' 1 were%in° l d' •***'** """ ' " avins tll ' ivc " 1)l ' f <> 1 '<' '"s injury. miMM^r'a S "rourt" ,"r j quickly "St Self VllTlir j 1 failing to obey its order to prevent control'; ' the n-day coal .strike last November. The Supreme Court look <hp UNW appeal untler advisemcnu Happy, to get the ear? "Yen hot." he grinned. „..,-..,,,, No «' thai he is able to (ravel yesterday after hearin;; four ho.ns again, Mr. Rogers pl.., lls as his ri-sl of heated argument in which At-j!fiu<; trip „ moinr j nlml , revis torney General To m C . Clark heiu I lo visit relative., (here. During ilk. thai the fines were legal and justified. The high court's decision was not expected for at least, three i weeks. To The hearings were climaxed he v/licn Justice Robert, H. Jackson, chair t 0 carry in a remark apparently aimed at [new ear a fellow justice, called for a halt, to attempts to "pss'choanalv™" first busy driving days he has paid several visits lo his parents, Mr . J. C. Rogers, at, Lepan,-. and Mrs . , further his increased mobility. to obtiiin n foldin.. wheel in the trunk of his issue to Lbe government private employers. Before he was wounded. Mr. Rogers spent a tola] or three years n»d four months in the Army. ±?^ •'«r-?'?^T re :i r: 1 ^^.- Conyress when it passed the Nor- ris-LiiGuartlia anti-injunction h:w. ns well >ly and Italy. Mr. Rogers is a native of Russell- yiiie. v.-heie he lived before en:rini: the Army. He came lo Blylhe- villo. he said, to spend the winter. "I was the first to make applisa- tion fur a liand-controlled car at the Veterans Administration office here.'' Mr. Rogers said. Four monlh.s Inter, jt was delivered. He was presented the keys lo the new car Ijy o-eorge M. Lee of L?e Motor Co.. OWsmobile clenlers here. Mr. Rogers' car was furnished him by the government under Common Law 003 which provir', s preinc Court were liie honor I f '"'. thn P">'chasc of speclally- c«iuippecl cars for disabled veterans. Oscar Levant Plays For President's Guests In White House Recital WASHINGTON. Jan. ir..—(UP) —The quests at President and Mrs. > Truman's White House dinner for the judiciary last night heard a half-hour recital by pianist Oscar Levant. The dinner was (he fifth formal function of (he white House social 'season. Members of the Sll- 41 Passengers Injured When Trains Collide PERHAM, Minn.. Jan. 15. (u.r.) —An iiivpstiuniiuti was opened to- diiy to clfttei'ininc responsibility a collision between the Jirst, I second sectionds of the Nor'li- J Kieific'.s Coast Limited in Ich -II persons were injured, seriously. Eleven passengers were treated. For Real OIL HEATING COMFORT FOR REAL OIL HEATING COMFORT."Dmo", the Sinclair Dinosaur, recommends Sinclair Super Flame Fuel Oil. SUPERFUME IS- l/L t AN to prevent clogging of str.-iiner or butner nozzle. UNIFORM to eliminate need for fre- , quent burner adjustment, prevent c.-nbon formation. ">'Enitoso thehnrnei is sure to corne on. ECONOMICAL gives maximum heat per gnllontosave you money. T T You'll like our prompt, dependable dtr* livery service, too. Phone or write us todiiy for Sinclair SuperFIame Fuel Oi!. SINCLAIR ||j) FUEL OIL Sinclair Refining Co. Frisco "Yards BUCHANAN, M 9 r. Phone 876 , liri. f i-!l I .M'I. I'lh.ii'i,' Mild" in". '. S lll'..ii,ln,i.v. |l|.1 ,-1,'IS Wonderful hiiHincs.s o|n:or- (nnify. Ci'oco'rv slocli, I'ix:- (ni't's iind Iniildine; to";cfli- i'i- .willi hciiulil'ul I'ive-voom livjj)j>- (|ii;irlci.s. l.ocjilcd on Isn-ijc Inl one block I'nmi -Mstiii SUiT'cl. Entire facit- ilius newly dotni'alod aixl doiiiK vxcullenl husincss. Reason for sollini;, wivocr Icavinjj (own. DAVID \\V.\\, ICK'l'Vl'IC X- INVKSTMKNT CO. I-:. I!. DAVID V. 15. .loyiier, Sulc.snian :!(>:):( Southern B!oc Opposes Move President For Rent IN BOTTLES AND AT FOUNTAINS \VASIHNOTQN. Jan. IS. (U.(>.) — A leader or the Semite's Soli'li- i'in Awieultural Hloc today re- jcrtui I'ri'sUient Tnimaii's rrcnin- iiii'iidai|>| M that, soil conservntlon p:>MiH'iits be slashed by oiic-llilr,l. •"•'i. lilchard n. lUissell. u,. Oil sai.i 11,,, ii,-esi<leius plan A'OUIO; h'' a ease of "pi-nny wise a-uil IIOIMKI foolish." Mr. Truinnn pio-l yoMd that Congress cut soil con-1 w'U'iitnin funds from $i«0,()OO.WO '" $^0,000.000 for the \S16 crop' year. : ItiiMi-il said he did not believe« iiiitiiimvlcle soil conservation pro-1 cram (otild be opcnited efflcl?inly fnr li'ss ihiin $300.000,0011 a year. I n-' disclosed his poslllgn In an Inb'i'vlriv iis tlir .Svinile AKrleul- luic fiiinmltlee asked the adml i- Islrailon lo .sell out its long-i'iinio fni'in |iro|>ram in specific details Tin 1 committee decided lo liol'ci nil i.pen hearln,; for Secretary of AMHi'iilliire Clinton |>. Andeivuii '" 'iHlllne thn administration's farm proKnini In roncrete terms N" ilnte'wiis set. ('(Miunlliee members were Inr- li"iii;n|v inleresled In n|!rleiilliu-e dopaiiiuoul plans lo support prices of laitii proilucts. Hf-presentiUlvcs ,,f leadlni; farm • 'I'l'imi/nliniis also will )»- ;;|,;e M iilJ|i"ininl(y lo o.vim'ss liielr vlown on lh r uovenunenl's aKi'iciillural Tlie WOK! inaHnee comes from the French "matin." ()V niornlnii. "»' such performances lire Riven lu the afternoon.' A 666 EASES COLD MISERIES r-zr-^ 666 SNAPS INTO ACrfON-SrARTS 1 iLEsseoptuet WMST6 SECONDS! Pepsi-Cola Company, Lony Island City, N. Y. Hutllur: f'citt'Mlnta liolllinir (•,, ,,f m.vthuvillt "SWFFS 0-UP"N0SE- MINOR.THROAT IRRITATION-COUG DUE TO A COLO- MUSCULAR ACHES' 'Don't fool with colds! Get fjinioiiH •lirtaonitlum-iypc (i«ti for fast relief from cold miseries. .See wtiv lilili has liccii the favorite of v ,illi,,;, s of cola sn/rerers in .|fi years! Try (i««*~i,i. day. Caution : Take only iis directed. COLD PREPARATIONS Tabteis or liqui'd • Halt mi. NOW'S YOUR CHANCE TO BUY! Electric Fans Atlic Fans Lawnmowers Doming Water Systems Screen Wire Outside White. Paint Garden Hose 'Hike iiiivantii.Lin i)f llie so.ison ;tiu! Imy ;fk! (hinjrK yon'l! ncoci (liis spn'njf ;m<{ vummnr now! Here !il Ihilibnril tlnrr:- ;v;iv<> \v<: have loads and lusiils of I'ini! ni<.Tc)i;iii<li.sf.' (li;ii will bo .scarce »« hen's liu'lli conn! spring and warm \vcaUuT. Don't wail ... a wail ni;>..v 'if too late! •v- — ^^f ^ Hardware'Electrical Supplies 213 MAIN STREF.T ph or ,l .. BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANfSAS Seet7s • Harness • Farm Supplies EAGLE STAMPS PAGE, Five —•^•^^•^••^ Women's Galoshes Children's Galoshes Men's Storm Rubbers Women's Storm Rubbers Boys' Storm Rubbers Men's 2-Buckle Overshoes Men's Long Lightweight Boots Men's Long Reg Weight Boots Men's Knee Boots Lightweight ' Men's Knee Boots, Lace Women's Knee Boots Men's Zipper Lightweight Overshoes Children's 3-Buckle Overshoes THE FAMILY SHOE STORE Phone 2342 312 West Main St. For Your Children's Greater Fun and Health Juvenile Furniture from Wards complete line priced at a saving I You'll find slurdy High Choirs . . . easy-riding Cnrriagos . . . many olhar practical nursery pieces. Join Ilio Ihrifly molfiers: moko Wards your Juvenile) furniluro licadcjuarlefsl Use Ward's Time Payment Plan STURDY HIGH CHAIR . Hordv/ood consrruclion In rvifijrd flnljh. Non-lip Sog&l 10.95 TEETERBABE Sp/ingy S shaped steal f/amo whiTo duck seat and backl BABY CARRIAGE 5.65 flnhhcd sfcol frame and rtificial fearhor bodyl 12.88 FOLDING PLAY YARD Sturdy hardwood in non-pohorv Ous finish, fofdi «oii[yl 12.95

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