The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 14, 1950 · Page 4
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER \4, 1950 Auto Industry Wage Boosts Are Continued Ford Moror-CIO Agreement 1 Okayed; «*Bendix Makes Terms DETROIT. Sept. 14. (/PI—The pat tern of cost-ofTlivinp u-nge boosts still is making headway in the automobile Industry . New developments. last night Uie Itve-yenr contract signed Labor Day by the Ford Motor Co. and the Cro United Auto Workers virtually assured approval and a ncn agreement worked out by the UAW ««d Bendix Corp. Tne Ford' pact. — embodying an tight-cent hourly pay boost and a wst-of-livini;' escalator clause—won the approval of the big UAW Local 600 by a vote of about 3-2, the union announced. .That ratio, UAW spokesmen admitted, was l! a' lot closer than v:e expected.'' They had predicted "overwhelming" ratification. But they said Ihe count of 18.578 voles In favor of the contract and 12,2: 4 against it undoubtedly would be enou.gh to flssjre approval when all the nnk-and-fite votes arc in. Largest Ford Local Local 600, representing G5000 production \vorV-?i's at Ford's bis Rouete plant here, has more members than the rest of the Ford locals combined. Tlxe company employs about 110.000 production workers. Earlier tne contract had been re- Jecied by three good-sized locals- Highland Park Local 400, Lincoln «al 900, both in Detroit, and the falo. N.Y., unit—all by fairly e margins. There have been votes for ratification from locals in Waterford and Canton, O., and Dundee and Edgewater, N.J. Tlie contract boosted pay of Ford workers to an average of about tl.75 an hour and skilled • \vorkers gtt an extia iive cents hourly. However,' a good , segment of the UAW membership apparently objected to its five-year duration with no provision (or reopening. The new Benriix agreement, will give a wage boost—its amount still unannounced—lo 13.000 [JAW em- ployes in Detroit, South Bend, Ind., Tpierboro. N.J., Elrairy, N.y., and North Hollywood, Calif. It ends a six-day walkout 1.500 employes of Zenith carburator division here sends back to work- 6,000 employes of the Bendix South Bend factory who struct yesterday. All the. strikers were seeking wage increases. Jolson in Japan 'to Sing for Yonks' TOKYO, Sept. 14. (/P)—Al Jolson urived by plane today at his own] expense "to sing some songs" for CIs In Japan and Korea. Joisoii, a USO entertainer in World War II, was the first name acfor to come here for appearances before American troops. He brought along his own accompanist, song writer Harry Akst. Tomorrow Jolson will visit wounded ais In U.S. Army hospitals in Tokyo and Yokohama. He will leave Saturday for »!r basts ai.d other installations in south Japan, From there he will go to Korea for performances near the battle zones. On his return from Korea, the radio and film star will visit hospitals at Fulcuoka, Osaka and Kyoto. ' Arriving on the same plane with Jolson were Gen.'Carl A. Spaalz (retired), former chief of the U.S. A!r Force and now a magazine writer, and Ma) C5en. Raymond W. Bliss, jurgeon general of the U.§. Army. Meteor Seen sJh California <9 SAN FRANCISCO, Sepl. 14. W)— A midnight meteor, visible 150 miles, alarmed residents throughout California's central valley—but drew a laconic "nothing spectacular" remark from astronomers. Pour commercial airline pilots ««ch called the bright flash "tht most terrific" they "ever saw. Motorists, state highway patrolmen and other witnesses agreed. One -pilot reported the meteor »trr-*ed to earth near Mono Lake.) in *he Sierra south of Yosemite • National Park. I But astronomer Olin Eggen at Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton, aald the meteor presumably burned Itself out in thft heavens—as do ttwsb meteors. The giant cactus blossom ti Ihe official flower of Arizona. ' PULLS STRINGS—Stan Ov- erfay has been drawing the fcow- >slnng only a little more than a year, yet won the !950 Grand Championship al the National Archery Tournament in Lan- cnsler. Pa. A 23-year-old resident of Inglewood, Calif., Over- uy.oiUscorcd some of the best archers in the country with 32-49 pdints. Personal To Women With Nagging Backache As we fret oMcr, *lr<-.« KnA drain, ovrr- exerlion, executive &rnokin> or oirrx^ iur * ! lo cold soniciirnc* n1<iw> <k>vn ktrlnnr function. TM« may read trunjr folk- to com- plaxaot nucRiiR bnr.Vachc, Iwss of pep and energy.- headaches «nj diuincs». Collme up «[frhtji or irwinent j»»ss«j{c« may result from minor oladdcr irriutwcis due to cold, dampncM or dietary tndi*cretiorn If your dwconnfor\a ar* dL« to Ih^c MUM*, don't Wmit, try Do»n'« Ptlls, K miM dianetk. V»«d •ueceufullr tr tnilliona for *r*r CO ytaw. While th«4 lymptomi may «rft*n oth«rwi*e' : oceur, U'j "aniRtinR how manr timif*' 1 IVan'ji <*Tve -h.ipfV r^-tiVf — help the IS milw, of lt[«fney (U(»PS nn.1 rvltcru fiw 1 * PlL* OLLRR Help Control Spasms Tfc»t <Mt»* C*iu» Monthly Terror SctMtUic W«r *• £*** ***"• Cti If your tirsible wonlhly <r»mpj pain are not organic but are du« to aiissmi ft Ihe utrrus-» they »ie fn many v.-on-itn ^Iry CariluJ Jo rip tho*« tryina *!*>•« out your rati-ndar. CarduE is not * p»ln- Her. U'i )u»t a t«t«cl laedfcln* of rmd- *1 »cipr)» wliifh hrJp* control tri* t Qtltn. brine' ptnodk iil»trfn. rrflrd, C«rdu[ effect* wilcomt i...n li'mc* florf away with pain ens in tiittnly. Thousand! at women and - how tniat to CnrdMl tot marvelous comfort. So wonderful, coslt *r> |JEtV, ID•Ut oa Cardui - »t fell d«alen. IGA Homogenized, Tall Cans IK • • 3 « ns 33c Pure Cane SUGAR-10 IGA Sliced or Halves PEACHES •-:.. 29c Krispy CRACKERS 1 27c Upton's 1 Lb. Pkg. TEA--- 33c Great Northern SOUP BEANS 49c Guaranteed Fresh GS--->29c Fresh Dressed • • Ib. Kraft Sliced Krey's Mello Sliced IGA PORK and BEANS 2cans19c Drip or Reg. Old Judge COFFEE (b. can 75c 10 Rolls TOILET TISSUE 49c Seavter Sardines No. 1 can 2 For 25c Save This Weekend at Your Thrifty Black & White Store! Popular Rayon Gabardine Suits Popular Rayon Gabardine Suits thai are lailored (o fit. Coals are sat in-lined and skirls have Ihe fire- ulone Snugfex waistband thai assures a neat appearance. Sixes 10 to 18 In wine, green or grey. Ladies FALL DRESSES A complete sue range of rayon taffetas, Rayon crepes, and Rayon sallns In 9 to 44 .. .New Fall styl«« in a lovely selection of color*. $ 5 Boys Sport Shirts Long sleeves, in solid colors or bright pUids in sanforized cottons or figured cotton flannel. Complete range of sizes from 4 to 16. Boys Polo Shirts Short sleeves. . .Sizes 4 to 14. Solids and fancy ^prints . . . Values to 79c each... ZforH Children's Sweaters Odd lots, but 100% wool. 8fW4 to 12.. .Regularly priced it up to $2.98, hut because th*y'r« liifhtl/ soiled, they're • thrifty. • Dog House COG Plenly of Parking Space At Your IGA Store MAYS' Children's Coat Sets Wool suedecloth coats with caps to match. Boys style only in blue or camel tan. Sizes 3 to fix. . . . While only ten lasf, they're going for just .... Diaper Bags We have only twelve of lhes« zipper hags In hlu« or pink. While they lasl, they're going at this tow price. Limit one per customer. Ladies Rayon Skirts These are regularly priced at $2.f8,' but (luring thrifty B * W« Doftw Days, you'll find > good neWetton of gabardines and m*n'g wwr worsteds in sizes 24 to 30 at jiwt.. House Dresses I'ficcs on most materials have advanced, hut you won't be able to tell it at thrifty Black and White. You'll find a good selection of co5- orfiisl cotton print dresses in sizes 10 (o 52 and the price will he unbelievably low. These dresses are sanforized and you gel.. . Ladies Hosiery Always popular 51 gauge, 15 denier, full-fashioned nylons that are all firs! quality. There's no shortage of hosiery at thrifty B & \V. you'll find a large selection of new fall shades in sixes 8'/i to 11. Mens Dress Shirts Where (except at your thrifty Hliick and While Store) could you find a sanforized dress shirt at (his Jow price? They're values to 52.95, loo! Sizes 14 to IGA SUPER MARKET 421 S. 21tt. ft Pcrf* to Shop Men's Sweaters Another Dollar Day feature. Men's 100'i Virgin Wool'Slipover Sweaters, al Iwith l^ng sleeves, in a Bood selection of solid colors and jaci/uard pallcrns. . .Sizes ,'J I lo 10. Compare these with others at up to $5.95...You won't believe it, but these arc priced a low, and we do mean low... 80 Sq. Prints This is jusl another example why your dollar has more cents at thrifty H & W...These beautiful col- ton prints arc 3fi inches wide, san- forized and guaranteed fast colors 3yds.'1 Cotton Loop Rugs l-alcx non-skid back grips the floor ...Heavy yarn loops strongly attached lo sturdy-quality duck back- ijig. Nine beautiful colors from which lo chixise.. . All IS by 30 inches. SP-BV—we take Smaller Profits—you get Bigger Values o Black & White Store 305 W. Moin—Blyrh.rilU

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