The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 29, 1947
Page 8
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PAGE -EIGHT ^YTWEVILLE ,('AKK.)LCQU11IER NBWS Close Vote Looms In Ulienfhal Row Fiends and Foes Seeking to Muster " Control of Si!nation WASHINGTON, March 19. I UP) ^-Friends aim foes of David E. Li- Ufnthal vied today for 'a 'handful ol ''doubtful" Senate vo'es which may determine whether he Is conflrm- ^ JS fh-Urman of the Atomic En- ISFby. commission. Sen.' John W. Bricker. U., O.. Who opposes Lillenthal, !ed a move to send the nomination back lo the fttomic energy cohimittee without u "yes 'or no" Vote. Bricker snld Congress ' then bhould Investigate i r»8Vg<V' thai the atomic eommls- sjon v hag ,ejn ployed persons of "(juestlohnblc" loyalty in key atomic Democratic . whip Scott Lucis, Jll ,^and sen Brlcn MeMnhmi, n., Conn , planned a move to table Brlclscr's, proposal ^Chairman Robeit A Taft, R., O., of;th?jG<iP Polio Committee asked for affinal decision on the nomination fcy neiit Thursday, .but w!'h extender speeches still scheduled j: appeared doubtful his deadline ' T5rlcke> said yesterday that lVe>- ident .Truman had \\lihlicld trom the.Eenats committee files on Ll- llenthaf, and- his commission colleagues gatheieo. by the FBI. and Annj " and Navy Intelligence Bricker ch-irges that' Lilienthal I ailed V to'act' against "Commun'.st activities" within the Tennessee Valley i Authority white lie 'V« s chairman ot that, agency and thai he. once sponsored-"a Communist- front drgonizatlon.' Taft Mia GOP whip Kenneth S. Wheirj. R, Neb, predicted i>ml Broker's mov e for recommittal would draw strong-support, but Lucas'; maintained that Lllicnlhal's CULVERTPFPEf of Copper Steel We carrj It in stock In IS", 15", j IS" and 24" ilzcs . • ' ' E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. / Bl>llie\llle, Ark. "You r £an Feel Death Closing In' Is nlso a member ol tlie Local 254 Council. , "We are optimistic a»<l feel that there Is a better possibility of no walk-out now, according to joe I opinion," Mr. Cockrell said, pointing out that the government'has Indicated an Interest In the proposed strike. '.Tlie govermncifr lias offered to act as an Intermediary lo reconcile telephone management and employes. Jerry Poc, Blythevllle manager Of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, said In regard to emergency service that no plans JiltJ been made but that whcii they were they would emcnate fromTihe Little Rock office, If the strike lakes place. •, Mr. Cockrell sale! he knew or ri'o detinue plans made by the union for emergency service. •< 15 Kmployrd In Klythevllle "Tliat Ls more or less up to (he telephone company In ihe event the wnlk-oul lakes place," he salrt. ' Approximately,^'plant apd-traf- /Ic employes «;K1' Ijfc effected Vf trie strike occurs,'-/ftcse' Include-'0]>n- i-nlors. malnlcnatfce^mtp, nistaUcrs, test crews and others. At least two supervisors, however, are available lor emergency work. Blylhcvllle would leel the pinch of a telephone 5 trlke less than numerous other5]jojnts'l|i regard to local calls for It is one of the four larger cities In Arkansas serviced by « dial system. The other three major dial systems are In Little Hock, .lonesboro and Fort Smith. However, no .maintenance service would be given these systems and eventually these cities might feel more pressure from the strike as the dial systems broke down and went unrepaired while the walk-out was in progress. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, l'J47 District of Mississippi County, Arkansas. All persons having claims or demands against said estate must present them authenticated to the undersigned for allowance before the end of one year from the date of the granting of said letters. If not so presented within such time they will-, be forever barred; and those claims presented within six months from date or said letters will have priority over IhoVc presented after six months ficili said date. ' i .. G. W. BARWAM, I _•, Administrator for the Ei-' state of G. C. Wadley. I 3j22-23-4[5 ... Births Show Increase WASHINGTQN, March 29. (UP) •n-Tho United '.States Is undergoing a birth rato booni which might increase the population to 105,000,000 by 1090. _,'., | A Census Bureau report said there were more births in tills country In 1M« than In any previous year. Although 'final figures are not prepared. It osUmaled the tola) at 3,440,000. IN THK PROBATE COURT THE CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS :•::,, , • v - '•' •;' No. 1785-" ; ! "... :•'-:. •;'<: In IV vWbfUr of lhet,Esiale of Ci. C. Wadlcy, Deceased "' Notice Is liercty given that l»et- lers of Administration was granted to the undersigned upon the estate of G. C. Wadley, deceased, on the 21st d.iy ol Mirch, 1847, by the Probate Court for tlie Chickasawia Nurses nld, Freda Smith, makes John T. Pick Jr. comfortable on one of the cols set up In the basement Of the Community ,.,'cntcr in Gntralia, 111., hft'cY the mine blast Pick was one of the' lirst, mm to be rescued. 'In n statement lo United Press, Pick told of How he and others were rescued through an air shaft. (NBA TclepHoto). Strike Date Hears for 2,500 Telephone Workers in State WY JOHN IIASLAiM United Tress Stuff Correspondent LITTLE ROCK, Ark., March 29. (UP)—The 2.500 persons who In- i stall, operate and maintain the 13U.OOO telephones In Arkansas stood ready today to walk qlf their jobs April 1 If contract negotiations bog down. , . •' At n series of recent elections.' union members in Arkansas voted j overwhelmingly and nlmost to the i | slim margin for confirmation still j; wns safe. SIMPSON'S STATE LINE CAFE Under Management of -. Stanley Kclloi- Curb Service — Open 24 Hours /^ : .Fresh Seafood , ,, Steaks — Chicken — Chops — Bar-b-quc Hot Biscuits • Truck Drivers Welcome HOT SHOWERS .' LOUNGING LET US FILLJfOUR CAR WITH QUALITY GAS"— WHILE YOU EAT! man to back the National Fcdcra T tlon of Telephone workers ir Ihe strike Is called. Division strike hc.idquaiiars have been set. up in the Albert Pike Hotel in Little Rock,' with Gordon Wilson, a Liltle Rock plant cmf ploye. us division strike director. Working with him will be a division strike committee. Under present plans, the night shift vviil walk out at G rt.m. Mon- dny, April 7, one hour before it 15 usually replaced by the day shift. Most seriously affected will be long distance scrvlts Hint Is handled by operators, and cities where manually operated switchboards are used. If | s likely, however, that some system will be worked ou f , whereby emergency calls will be handled inmanual board cities and for long distance cnllij. •Rlytheville. Plans Indefinite j Wllh neither, untnn nor inan- ngcnicnt have formulated xdcl'l.nitc lil.nns for emergency sei>vlcc rhere if telephone company ; , employes carry out the proposed strike April 7. nil' officer or Local 25-i of the Southwestern Telephone Workers Union said yesterday Ihiil employes were "hoplnij tliqy won't have n walk-out." ' ' He is Elueh Cockrell, vlce-chnir- mnn of Local i54'of the Southwestern telephone employes organization, affiliated with the National Federation of Telephone workers, an independent union. As such, he KEYSTONE HYBRIDS>i, r Mn official yield tests in four great corn states, Keystone Hybrids have out-yielded the average of a!l other hybrids by 3.4 bushels per acre. Get your "Bonus bushels" of sound, high quality corn-plant Keystone proven hybridso Plan) Ktyslen* 38 — tht all-purpoie hybrid reiomimnil^d for upland, firs! bottom anj »»<5nd bottom I Blytheville Soybean Corp. ISM W. Mniu Davis Brothers 'sV'rvice Station & Garage ! FKANKI.IN KOIiBIN'S, Alccliiiiiic Lion Products , Msujila, Arkansas (,'unetal Tires Auto Parts & Accessories HARD-TO-GET MERCHANDISE JUST RECEIVED NEW BATTERIES • ' "'' *'i i " ".:: Sizes fur Al! Cars and Trucks ; PRICED TO SELL Get a New Battery Now. Free Installation — Day or Nij,'!H CHEVROLET CO. ALL STAR Basketball ALL STAR Sunday, March 30 Holland High School Gym Holland, Mo. Tupelo Legionnaires of Tupelo, Miss. VS. , :• Royal Crown Bottlers of Jonesboro Preliminary Holland High Girls —vs.— ' ;' Steele High Girls Game Starts at 2:30 p.m. Adm.$1 per person '• •..•»•*••' ,. •. : . ,. ^ ; . This Ad Paid tor by the State Line Cafe This Number Means Servicef PHONE 5 5 5 NEW PHONE LANGSTON-WROTEN CO. ';,"'•' • \' ••. V" ' '.•>'••••• ,'.",.,. > - ' • - ..''•'..• ; '''• / ''• - ' ' ' Langston-Wroten Company announces a new service-number beginning April 1st. 555 has been adopted because the number is universally known in service operations. This 'easy - to-remember' num- .• i • • ,!M • • ' \ ' . ber is another step to better serve you and your car needs. ' " \ '.-'•'•- ;•'.;'' REMEMBER-BEGINNING APRIL Is! DIAL 555 Langston - Wroten Co, BUICK U. S. ROYAL Let Us Help Voil— STOP DRINKING There is no medical remedy lor drink . . . but we can help you resist its influence! No coat to you —only co-operation. JUST CONTACT Alcoholics Anonymous Box 873—Blylhcville, Ark. Open 6:45 p.m.; Starts 7:15 p.m. Last; Time Today • "Sheriff of Sundown" with .'•'•'; Allan Lune = ,-.-.. '-• Serial: "Son of the Guardsrhini" Also Shorts '-"' SATURDAY MI1JNITE SHOW Starls 1U:45 p.m. "I Ring Doorbells" •' wilh ^ Anne Gwyiinc and Hubert Sbuin! Also Shorts SUNDAY & MONDAY 'The GREEN YEARS" wilh Chiirlc.s Co burn and Tom l>r:iku .Paramount News Also Shorts RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark, Last Time Today "Woman of the Town" with Claire Trevor and Albert Dckkcr Carloon *nd 4th Chapter of "Federal Operator D3" SATUKDAV OWL SHOW "GHOST SHIP" HicliKrd Dix Also Shorts Sunday and Monday Tuesday Oorotlif G»» McGuire and Madison Robert Milchum . Bill Williams ' KKO News and Short New Theater Manila's Finest ' : Shows EVERT NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday Box Opens Week Days 7:»0 p.m. SaL-fian. 1 p.m- Con Saturday | "PRAIRIE RUSTLERS" Also Shorts SATURDAY OWI- SHOW "Whispering Footsteps" with John Uuhbard Also Short Subjects vSunnftv %.nn %inn(fj|v 'Time, Place and the Gir!' with .Tack Sarson ami DC-MI'-; Moi^ui Selected Short Subjects

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