The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 15, 1949
Page 5
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THURSDAY; DECKMBRR is, BLYTHEVIUJS (AKK.V COURIER NEWS 1 PAGE rrvs Steel Price Hike Plan Appalls CIO Senator Says Rise Would Call for a Congressional Probe By riarui,| w. Ward WASHINGTON, Dec. 15—«')—A CIO spokesman said today Hie labor organization is "simply nppalcd by the rumors ot pending steel price increases." Everett Kassalmv, executive secretary o[ the CIO Pull Employment Committee, made the statement in testimony prepared for hearings of the Senate-House Economic Com- ir|Pcee. ilc \vas called before a sun-committee which is studying ways to Attract investment capita to .small businesses. Senator O'Mahoiwy <D-Wyo> said a .steel price incre:i-se wouk be "out of line" and would cal for a CimBiesional inquiry. The which they referred to was forecast hy Benjamin Fairless, president of the II. S. Slee Corp., in Chicago yesterday, Fairless told a news conferenci that his company is going to in crease some prices and decreas others in a revision to-be aimounc ed tomorrow. Fairless blamed the recent freigh rate boost and the pension pla won by i'hilip Murray's CIO steel workers for the increased cos • WE, THE WOMEN u x KUTll MlU.KT'l ISA SUB Wrile, Kulh ff you want your compliments to woman to be appreciated and emenibercd you've got to do better han just "say something nice. Here, then, are a few safe rules o give your compliments a little dried zip. One. Slcer away from general lompliments. "How nice you !ook" nay make a woman feel pleased or a minute or Ura--lm she won't •(member that kind or compliment AU hour later, unless she is unused o ever hearing anything nice. Much letter to tell her the colnr of her Iress is perfect on her (a fact she can store away and act on again) anything else that ts specific .0 mean something. T\s-o. pay a compliment at an unexpected moment. For in.slnnce, complimenting a woman the minute yon sec her ! s :\!1 right, nut she'll expect that comphnicn* as her due. Maker her wait a while to set it— and she'll be a lot more pteased. Three. Don't pay the siunc wo- nan the same compliment over and over, yind something new nosv and then to praise her (or. Keep A Straight race four, don't try to make a Joke of a compliment, That's all right between men—but a compliment from a nnm is no Joke to a woman. It's otic of the things she lives on. Five. Phrase Die compliment In such a way -she doesn't have to deny it or go into explanations. You see what a compliment like: "Wonderful )iie, Did you make It yourself?" can lead to. It can even lead to your hostess having to explain that she bought the pie at a delicatessen. Six, Don't figure on buying your way with compliments- You can overdo 'em, just like anything else. Seven. Remember that a woman never appreciates a compliment so much as when she's f;ot a cold, Ls dog-tinri alter a hard day's work is competing with more glamorous woman. In times like those ANY compliment is welcome. Co// of the Wild Too Wild For City-Bred Racoon PASADENA, Calif. —<iV)~ Bill, the raccoon iinition of the Bill Slier man family, i.s back home, if tasted freedom with his wild breth ren—and they can have it. The |3nt 'coon broke out of hi pen at the. Sherman's uunuilau cabin. But three weeks later, cam a scr at chit if? at the door. Outside \e Shermans saw Bill, bloody, torn id whimpering. The family's theory: Bill tangled 1th wild cousins who dirtn't take o his sleek, home-fed appearance About 330,000 British and French •oops were evacuated to England i the epic allied retreat from Dtm- erque In May, 1940. RiTZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. i T.ast Time Today "FIGHTING O'FLYNN' with Ihni& Fahbunfc*, Jr., ami Helena Curler News and Short Friday S Saturday "HAUNTED TRAILS" with AVhip Wilsuii Car (on it X Serial which he said ncccssiatcd the pric rise. Eenaioi O'Mahoncy is chairma of Hie economic committee, \vhic probably would undertake' any in vestment. He told a rcix>rier ttm "I don't see how we can avol it." Kisc "Out of Line" "The profit records of the ste industry indicate abfflluLcly Uia an increase in the price of ste fit, this time would be absolute out of line." lie added. "H utterly overlooks the pubic interest, because the steel industry | produces a basic commodity \vhicJi | Hffects the prices r>f every other I comamdtly." i /The CIO's Kassnlow argued: |J£'1cre is a situation where leading steel corporations made almost unbelievable profits in their last full quarter before the strike, and are now operating at even higher levels of capacity. "Yet, on the pretext thai material costs are up, they are got- tiny ready to bilk the public again. "We earnestly request the joint committee to look into this scandalous situation. After all, it Is Jess than three months since a federal fact-finding board concluded that in the light of the tremendous stel profits, price reductions —not increases—were in order." llso board recommended pensions and insurance plans to be HnancccI by the companies, but said a fourth round postwar wngc increase in the steel industry would be damaging to the economy. On the basis of that report, Murray dropped his wage demands and concentrated cxi pensions arid insurance, which the atcehvoi-kors achieved alter a long and bitter strike. GROCERY & MARKET 1044 West Chickasawba Phone 2043 Box Opens Week Days 7:00 p.rn. Matinee Saturday & Sundays Mat.-Suir. 1 11,111. CnnU Showing Manila, Ark. 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