The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1947 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, APKIL 3, 1917 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUUIIOIl NEWS •If Pottery Workers In Surprise Move Appeal in Portal Pay Case Withdrawn by Members of Union CINCINNATI, April 3. (UP)— M!. Clemens Pottery Co. employes ycs- i Icrclny asked dismissal of ilielr a)>i Pcnl from juci,./, Frank Picsni's recent decision holding (hill portal- to-|)ortal pay due them was too small lo warrn n I consideration. Attorneys lor the workers— whose l>orl;il-to-]x>vlal .suit ugainst the Michigan pottery touched off similar suits totaling hundreds o! millions of rtolliu-s throughout the country -filed the dismissal fiction In U. s. Circuit court of Appeals laic today. , Judge picartl, \vlio originally held wilh the employes, later ruled that tho time lost In transit on company properly was inconsequential. The workers appealed to the circuit court here. 'Hie federal government, hoping; for a quick decision, had tried to take the appeal direct to the Supreme Court. Today's request to withdraw might end all litigation in the suit Plan Migration of 15,000,000 From Java War Secretary Backs Merger Of Army, Navy WASHINGTON, April 3. (UP) — Sccretniy of War Robert P. Patterson said yesterday that the present separate Army and Navy system is not adequate to defend the United states. Patterson testified ibefore the 'House Executive Expenditures Committee on legislation to place the armed services under a single Department of National Defense. The secretary said he believed' this country could forestall attack if it is militarily strong. But he said it-is impossible to set up deterrents to aggression "under the double department plan connected only by committees." B«ause of duplication and wa.stc umier the double department sys- tcem. Patterson said, the "taxpayers will never get the utmost in national defense their tax dollars entitle them to." "The field of national defense is a single field," Patterson said. "It involves the employment of the military forces— ground, sea, Riul air— as members of a team. "Thia being the case, the top responsibility for direction and management of the military forceo should be concentrated, not divided as at present. The case for a uni- fjcd organization, as I see H, is as plain -as that.'' ' Borneo, world's third largeit island, has maifhjr coastal lowlands, intermediate hill country and the great mountain mngct of the interior. Straddled by tho Equator, it is a land of steaming jungles, whe/o race orchids thrive in the shadows ond Hugo vines lace trees together from ground to top. It hoi great natural wealtH, fargeljr undeveloped, of forest products, gold, diamonds, copper ond other minerals, rubber, copra, spices and is one of the world's to"p sources of petroleum. South China Sea Sumatra's 167,480 square miles mukcs it nearly four limes as large os Jovu, but it has only some 9,000,000 inhubhanls, ot whom . onfy 20,000 were turopcuns or turasions before the wur. It is fiof and moist and in iu eastern fowlandi plagued by an often fnlal form of malaria. Thougli its rich natural resources huvc been but IfgKtlv tapped, it was one of the world's important producers of rubber and petroleum und also exported pepper, coffee, lea, gold, silver, tin and the fine wrappoc- leaf tobacco for which it is Famous &*> juya, with an area of 50,745 square miles, has a population of some 48,000,000 people, making it the world's most densely populated area. It is oho one of the most fusltly fertile spots in the vorld, producing, in prewar days, about 90 per cent of the world supply of quinine, besides important amounts of spices, rubber, palm oil, tin, cocoa, kapok, copra and other ptoducts. Farmer Is Held /n Hot Springs Assault Death [crn, outside Hot Ki)iliu:« lie left I IIIT nl iimillicr nlijht spot, the : I'niUy cu-Ul. Inside I lie city llm- :ts. I niuM-iii M'vvli'p.'i uciv hokl for Mi.is KIM-II 'nn'sdny und HIP body i wns i-uliiinrd to HI. Minis JTSUT- UllH'. PAGE NINE' HOT KIMilNCiS. Ark., rt|>>, :t. 'IH'i.Knrl p, Pnr 5 on.s, •lij-yriir-ulil O\vom\-i]| t . fnnner, hiis lii'cn loi- nuilly rluu'Ki'il with minder In Hin Kill'll yi'nv (III) U. S. Uses ". Wi(!,OU() pounds of vi'netnl)l<. uinl WKM.aiM.uoo pounds ol ii futs In I'oixl.i and huluslry. oils ll, n-yoar-ol ( | SI. l-onls ,;l i-hiiri;i'.s were fllocl by Hl'ci . lirown foMowlni; four d-iys . "1'hc i;lrl iilotl in „ ]|nl Jipiinr. hn.spliiil Snlimtny nllcr bcr, pusliod in- hiivlni! rulli'ii I loin i moving mUomoblH' on tin- l.h'tl l!wk highway near Hot >Sprliiii'< I'YIdiiy ilium. Oltlms B-.lHl the I'tU'SUllS lllt- miltrd UiivliiK iH'on '.sllli (he ulrl l«li>r to her di-silh hut denlril linn 111' lltUli'kt'll |1C1- 01- liuslll'll lU-!' li'^rn hl:j niovfciK autoiiiiHhli 1 . Hi- In.slslccl Unit iitler "pli-klnr. up" Ilii' i;li-| in itn> Wi'.stslde Tnv- 111:111 with "n rt'nl sense (if lui- C.'miillo li;i s visiuns n[ n eiml ir- (I'lHlun when lir i;i't,s llomc'. Hi' liiisn'i lieanl (nun his wile, wlumi he ilrs.i-.h.'d r:n-lli'r as "a lln.- lu- Ik 1 woman \vlui \\'il| «liy I did I his." that NO'l 1CK Ncituv l. s heivby (jlven U.IIIUT Huu-iu's hn.s made nppllni l!<;n to remodel u bmldlnu on Hie 1 rear loi of 13 Under Addition to I the City of UlylhevlUe, imd use said ImihlliiK us u hook slore. \\\y prou-s! .'.liould lie In wrltlni; and llie oil lee of Hie City One of the greatest mass migrations in human history is being planned by leaders of the new Indonesian Republic, in (he former Netherlands East Indies. From 15,000,000 lo 20,000,000 people will be moved from overcrowded Java lo Sumntrn, und, if agreement wilh Dnlch government can )>o obtained, to Borneo. In some cases, because of Javanese's deep-rooted aversion lo leaving their nu- ccslral homes, entire villages will be transferred intact. Wayward Bus Driver Must Go Back to Face Irate Boss, Wife Read Courier News Want Ads. * ~ HOLLYWOOD. Fla., April 3. (UP)- Bill Cimillo, whose sense ul humor finally got him into tron'Jie, waived extradition yesterday in preparation for an escorted trip back to New York \vheve he taee.': charges of slealint; an $:8.o:o uus lor ,n busman's holiday" trip to Florida. Cimillo, 'Who drove the vehicle in the Bronx for tile Surface Traiifpoitation Compauy until last Friday, just, turned the steering \vhecl to the led th»t wound up 1,340 miles resort city. His adventure, was growing sour by yesterday for Cimillo, who remained in a jail cell waiting tor the arrival of New York police, or instructions to the local author!ties for them. , Cimillo's employers indieatcd in iNo\v York thai they would not pre5 S charges against him "out. thai I the tciniwr of'-Ii'is bosses" 'his Job would not be waitin.; lor| no!, a scratch or nick Cimillo would gefc another urge to turn "loft." 'Neither would the company trust him to drive the S18.000 bus tack to New Yolk. His bosses are sending a mechanic to do the driving. When he was first picked 113 by police Monday night, Cimillo talked willingly about Ins reasons for making the unscheduled tri;> soiilh. He just got tired 1 of it all, lie said, after 1C yoars of the clay in and day out, drudgery of driving .his by" a split him when he gels wanted to -take r.o away in this bus on a set route and second schedule. HT insisted that he had no'un- derhanded intentions in Inking the 'bus out of the city and meant to go right back as soon as he. KOI. the desire for a trip out of his system. "I took good care, .of my bus." ic said In hopes this would calm "There's on her. n?.ck. chance They that kept her at ,40 or below all the way because she's too new to go fast." Guiiillo's fellow drivers a n d neigl.b:)rs ill the Bronx .verc 'ill in favor of IcUini; bygones be by- liones. In fact, they hinted, he' did just what they would have Ilkcu lo do if they dared. They described him as a quiet lili' Gink, JOK OAHNKY, City E DlaUicicv M«vlii| RADIO I AND It DAY ANY MAKI-; Oil MODHL I.IAHLK \VOltKiClANHim PHONE 2642 Cull lor und DuHvct FRED CALLIHAN Kledru-nl A inl/.cd Mntnrola Hiullo Sulo.s itiul Horvlce 10 II South Tlrsl SL Ar s k °r" CERTIFIED Grade 'A' D. & P. L. No, 14 Cleaned Treated N CW Sacks Purity 99.5 Germination 85% LIMITED $ SUPPLY PER TON ROSELAND GIN CO. Roscland, Ark. 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At home and at work, the Yellow Pages will help you to: • Find a dealer who handles the brand you want. • Locale the store or dealer nearest you. « Find a repairman when he's needed quickly. H • Discover who bandies that new product you've been wanting. .<* new tyeUoa, P^ ieMuJ* k<yi... ^Hi.. . Wl.,. SOUTHWESTERN BEU TELEPHONE COMPANY The personally "Cup - Tesled" ADMIRATION way is the only way to assure the same high standards ond full goodness of your favorite ^coffee — package after package. '| -< OUVCAN corrtt COMPANY ooAsifus itsd-OF MA«vtfl'Kitf6(vJSwJ6*RiCflT AND IAKIV COK«V "for Work Done Right" CALL 474- Cold Storage for f i/rs and Woo/ens NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS - BEii WHITE & SOUS •• GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH .JENTH Phone 3151 Di. CHAS. L CRAIG Dentist Winheu ,to announce the opening of his office Lynch Building Blythuvillo, Ark. 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