The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1950 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE ' Steel Companies, Unions Resume Wage Parley Industry Official L»ad§ 30-Man Team In New Conference PITTSBURGH, Oct. 27, (AP) — Giant U.S. Steel Corporation re- »iimed Us wage negotiations today with the CIO United steelworkcrs without any indication from cither •Ide a* to what course the bargain- Ing may fake. Vice President John A. Stephens of "big steel" led a 30-man team into the session behind the closed doom of a hole! conference room. The union negotiators, headed by CIO-U8W President Phillip Murray, represent union leaders from »i» VS. steel subsidiaries employing 15S.OOO union members. Neither Stephens nor Murray would comment before the niceling. Interest is centered on the meeting because U.S. Steel normally •tie the wag« pattern for the steel Industry. After an esrller meeting, Murray, who is also head of the CIO, did not disclose hi* actual dollars and «nt« demand but industry and union sources agreed It hovered • round 25 cenb nn hour. The steel sorters now average 41.10 per hoiir.j Th« Meelworkers union has lieltl! preliminary discussions with aj number of other companies since Oct. 8, the date set by Murray In •sking for axi early reopening of wag« talk*, Other TaNcs Recessed Mott of the other reelings have b«n recessed, pending outcome of ttie U.S. steel sessions. The union's Klux Klan in Korea. Christian Adventure Institute Planned For Methodist Youth Fellowship Here negotiations with Bethlehem steel.(ville First A team from Hendrix College will conduct, a Christian Adventure Institute for intermediates of the BIytheville and Jonesboro Districts of the Methodist Youth Fellowship beginning tonight at the Blythe- •econd largest producer, were adjourned until Nov. !. Bethlehem yesterday •d » record new income of $90.80!.41* for the Ilrst nine months of »50 and declared a $2 dividend on eommon stock paid Dec. I. U.S. Steel will report on Its earnings next Tuesday. The income report, If profit,? are a* large as the ateeiworkers union expects, Is sure io be » topic for discussion at the wage negotiations. Murray has maintained the s'teel company profits are "fantastic.' Ppti Royal, Jamaica, once a plr- • W «tronghold. was engulfed by a Hdal wave In 1892. Methodist Church and Continuing until noon Sunday. Registration was scheduled to get underway this afternoon at 4 o'clock and the first session will be con- dueled from C to 8 tonight. A day-long session will start in (he morning at 9 o'clock and continue until 7:30 p.m. Final activities of the Institute will be conducted during the Sunday School and church services Sunday morn- U1R. Counselor or the Hendrix team will be the Rev. James 8. Upton, professor of religion at the Conway college and North Arkansas Conference Methodist Youth Director. Olher members Include Lola Fen- therston, senior from Paris; Marlon RESERVE LABOR MOBILIZER - Roberi C. Goodwin, above, who has b««n chief of Ihe government's employment service, has been named executive director of the .Office of Defense Manpower key job in mobilizing the nation's labor force. (Continued from page 1) estimate of its manpower needs six months In advance. MARINE (.'OKI'S—All officers and enlisted men earmarked for active duty uy next June 30 will be notified individually by the end of December. AMI FOHCE—In addition to discontinuing immediately the cull-up of enlisted reserves, the Air Force announced that It will confine the involuntary recall of air reserve officers to those pos.ses.5lng "critical skills" not available from volunteer sources. With the possible exception of one Air National Guard "support lype" unit, no additional organized reserve or air guard nulls are expecied to be mobilized. Otters, when hunting for fish, always swim up stream. This is bc- cnu.se fish, ivlietl waiting for food or reposing, have their heads up the water. The otter con more easily approach them from behind. SKYLINE Vt Mile Korlh on Highway 61 I.nsf Times Tndav —I'LUS— Late Show — 10:30 - Adults Only FRIDAY & SATURDAY Admission 50c ,W" " ^ Sorrells. sophomore from Uttle Hock; Louise Fincher, senior from Waldo; Richard Hudson, sophomore from Delight and Travis Williams, freshman from Jonesboro. The program will Include recreation, worship a nU workshops. The subjects for the five workshops will be "Project planning," "Worship " "Recreation," "Methodist Youth Fund" and "Community Service." Delegates from various churches within the surrounding area will come and one group representing Ihe Sommervllie, Tenn., Methodist Church plans lo attend. During the Sunday School period Sunday morning, various members of the visiting learn will be in charge of the different school divisions, anil Rev. Upton will deliver the sermon at the morning services. BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK^COURIER NEWS Rotary Is Called Media for World Urtdersrading B. A. Lynch, Blytheville RoUrian and governor of Rotary International's 200th District, made his official visit to the Blythevill* club yesterday. Will) Us extensive organization Mr. Lynch pointed nut. Rotary International Is a perfect vehicle for furthering International under standing. "We must try to Inform ourselves of the problems facing the United Nations and other international cooperation cf/orts. "For it Is through the opinions of (he Individual that the policy of the nation Is developed." he stated. Remarking briefly on Rotary was Wymnn Dlllman nl Caruthersville and governor of notary's 191th District. Other guests at the meeting Included Frank Schroeder. Lovington. N.M.. and Junior Hot.iri.in Richarrl Dedman, Illegally Killed Deer Costs Two Keiser Men Five Dollars Per Pound JONESBORO, Oct. 27. Iff) _ A deer killed Illegally cost two Mis- sippi County residents about live dollars a pound Thursday, afternoon—and they didn't even get. to ent the meal. State and federal game officials identified the men as H. p. Mills and K. M. Hatsey. hoth of Keiser. They were apprehended Tuesday aflernoon by three farmers north of Wclncr In Ihe Hood Lake section of Poinsett County. Each was fined a total of J150 and costs Thursday afternoon. The men were In possession of nothing but the hind quarter of the deer. The meat was turned over to the Craighead County Home for the Aged. Fifteen deer were stocked In the Hood Lake area of Craighead and Poinsett counties five years ago. The season has never been opened on deer in either county. Red Cross Officials Attend Memphis Meet Mrs. Floyd Haralson, executive wcretary of the Chickasawba Chapter of the American Red Cross, and Mr«. Jerry Cohen were tn Memphis this aflernoon attending (he semiannual Camp and Hospital Council meeling ol Red Cross chapters in the Memphis vicinity. Purpose of the meeting i s to make plans la provide .Christmas gifts for all servicemen and ex-servicemen hospitalized In Memphis service hospitals, The two BIytheville reprcsenla- FRIDAY, OCTOBER IT, CRITICALLY ILL-Henry L Mencken is in critical condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital following a violent heart attack. Physicians hold no hope for llj« 70-year-old "Sage of Baltimore " world-famous as a journalist aulhor, critic and elyuiologist 4 Missourions Die in Flames HAJiniSONVILLE, Mo., Oct. 27. WV-Four elderly men lost their lives today when fire swept through the Cns.s County Home. Fifteen other residents were rescued from the burning two-story brick structure about a mile north of the cily. Sheriff Temple Forrest identified the victims as: J. R. (Dick) Freeman, 86. formerly of Pleasant Hill, Mo,; John w. Keltncr, 80 fomier- !y of Peculiar, Mo., James M. Berry, 78, formerly of Peculiar, and James H. Presley, OS. ol Harrisonville All lour were found in their basement living quarters. The electric sparks from a cat' body when the fur Is under frictioi ire probably caused by the peculia dryness of the hair, which Is frei ~rom oily substances common t< he coals of animals. SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.M. MSI TIMES TONITE Big Double feature Tyrone Power Cecile Aubrey Orion Wells rr THE BLACK ROSE" Also Cartoon SATURDAY ONLY! Saturday is Buck Hit* All Cars, Trucks, Buses, Wagons . . . All you can bring $1 . Big Double Feature Program f-j 4 ' LANCASTER SI DeCARLO o« DURYEA » STEPHEN McNALLY CARTOONS Spring shooting or waterfowl was JcrmiUcd In the U. S. as recently as 1918. according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. 'goes a long way because it's Double-Rich KENTUCKY WHISKEY -A BLEND 86 proof, 70% grain neutral »piriu. Copr. 1949, Schenl.y DiiL Lie., N. Y.C, fives look with them « gifts for the U.S. Naval Hospital patients sent by the Blythevllk Junior R«d Cross chapter. Air Conditioned . By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center* MANILA, ARK. Matinees Saf. ft Son. Ph. 58 Last Times Today Stallion Canyon' Saturday lone Star Pioneer rr Wild Rill Elliolt Saturday Owl Show "Under My Skin" John Garfield Today Only <^ "Gypsy Wildcat" (In Technicolor) Marie Monlei — Jon Hall Saturday Sinister Journey HOPAI.O.VG CASSIIlr A.VI1Y CLYDE Saturday Midnite Show (Starts 10:30 p.m.) "TH€ BEAST WITH FIVE FINGERS" II Walks I.Ike > Spider It Strikes Like a Cobra RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday & Saturday "BELLS of CAPISTRANO" with Gene Autry Also Carlooh & Serin] Saturday Nile Owl Show"Thunderbolt wilh .Tames Stewart "BEAVER VALLEY" a nature piclure Good Entertainment Everyday Open Week Days 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Salurdays & Sundays 1:00 Always » Double Feature Thursday & Friday Double Feature Program —Plus— " 'Prison Girls Saturday —DOUBLE FEATURE— GREAT STAuECOACi ROBBERY..,,, )UN M&Gt (UN Cartoon & "Rockelmen" Serial Mead's Invites You to Use Their Convenient Lay-Away Plan! * U/eVe Uncovered Something New in Corduroq TURN UP GLOWCORD SACK COAT When you turn-up the collar of this lustrous corduroy jacket, you uncover the brilliant new fashion of an authentic larlan plaid lining. Then you discover this plaid is echoed at your cuffs. No wonder "Glowcord" is one of the handsomest fashion surprises ofthe year -fashioned by McGregor in a nitterini 3-buiion long-lint slack model. S22.9S more than a jacket more than a shirt... NORTHERN LIGHTS POPOVER Now, McGregor brings you > jofi luxury cotton mode Popovcr you can wear two w.yj _ , nd tar ont - ce , W orn inside - if,, j s hj,t. Worn oulsi(Ja -its » jacfcel-wiih > knit boti'om that always slays in place! And mor« McGregor idds new fashion to sued. -wilh i wide ind handsome chest stripe. Washable-with i special' hidden chest hand-pocket. " S.OO to 7.50 If It's For A Man — Mead's Will Have It!

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