The Pocono Record from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania on May 5, 1955 · Page 40
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I * r SKI ' RO, rA.. TIIFRSDAV. "MAY r>. 1 Analomink-W TTTE DATLY RECORD. STROUPSBIiR TWENTY Tin* Library of Cong! ess Washington has more thar I million books. Alt s. Rus.m11 LaBar Jr. and son Todd, Kinsey Halterman and Ed* ear LaBar. Strikes Plague Britain With Election Near Stocks Show Mixed Trend At Close .Mrs. Max Hess Phone 111 .->-11-1 LONDON*, May 4 (JP— Wildcat strikes against two nationalized industries — coal and transport—1 harassed Britain today with a general election only three weeks, away. Both sets of strikers de-1 manded more money. Sixty thousand miners have been made idle in 33 pits in the vast) Yorkshire coal fields by an unofficial strike of 5,600 filleis — men who feed the conveyer belts. A Communist - fomented strike halted half of London's 5,744 buses during the morning rush hour, but by afternoon half of the 15,000 strikers were hack on the job and the return to work movement was continuing. The stoppages reflected trade union unrest over rising living costs. Although ihe Conservative government statistics show wages have risen as fast as the cost of living, many Laboiiles argue that the benefits of the boom have been spread unevenly, with the investor classes getting a proportionately greater share. Britain votes May 26. NEW YORK, May 4 ?> — The stock market wavered today between a lower and a higher trend, hut at the close it was slightly higher. Most juice changes were quite; narrow, but the range ran from around 5 points lower to 2 points higher. Several major divisions changed the;r direction with disconcerting j frequency. That included the steels j which closed mixed after showing | a higher tendency; aircrafts, which ended higher after shaking off some ear!> pressure; and the cop-1 pers. which started higher, swung down, and then closed higher. j Railroads were a kev group. ; They started higher and then turn-; ed lower with some emphasis, but j the\ finally gathered strength and closed higher. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks today gained 20 cents. ]t was down $1.80 yesterday. All three components of the average were up 20 cents each. There were a few more* gainers than losers in the list—500 up and 422 down—out of the 1,197 issues traded. For the second straight session, there were more new lows than new highs for the year, 42 as against 32. Volume was moderate at 2.200,000 shares. That compares with 2.630,000 shares traded yesterday. The American Stock Exchange was mixed on volume of 650.000 shares. Y e s t e v d a y’s business amounted to 730,000 shares. The bond market was narrowly mixed. U. S. government issues in the over the counter market were steady. 7 fry OSCAR MAYERS CO. HAM I CHEESE ROIL it's different! p*o i eues OPEN ’TIL 10 EVERY NITE! SAVE MONEY NOW! Introductory Offer ON OSCAR MAYER BOLOGNA AND C0TT0 SALAMI - r * /VVWVVV BOTH that a candidate should .have a platform, like any political party. This should be his word of honor, and it is not unreasonable to ask him to keep his word. THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT has released these execution pictures of German and Italian spies, captured in the closinq days of World War II. The body (left) of Wilhelm Schmidt, a Nazi, sags from a post in Herbesthal, Belgium, after bullets atoned for his wartime activities. At right, Idalo Palesse faces his sentence in Santa Maria, Italy, on April 20, 1944, with a priest trying to comfort him. The photos, reprinted from the magazine "People Today," show revenge for crimes which included murder of a U. S. airman. My Platform: Low Taxation, Equality of Taxes, Rigid Economy Tender! Mild! Jslty! OSCAR MAYER WIENERS* NO CEREAL HUER PER POUND About 17 per cent of I*. S. fruits and vegetables move to market by truck. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER The classic Greek theatr Syracuse. Sicily, where Pin iar reputed to have sung his ><!« < again being used to stage da Grrek tiagedies. Why people who could pay more buy difference in More and more people who used to drive costly cars are being enthusiastically won over by Ford’s Thunderbird-inspired styling and Trigger-Torque "Go.” is DACRON Why, indeed, pay more? Each of Ford’s 16 models features styling inspired by the reigning beauty of the American road—the fabulous Ford Thunderbird. The luxurious interiors of a Ford contain fabrics and colors such as the low-price field has never known. Ford’s new Trigger-Torque power brings you a new thrill in response. It gives you the secure feeling of knowing you can pass in a split-jiffy. And Ford’s power assists, too, (power brakes, steering, windows, 4-Way power seat and Speed-Trigger Fordomatic) can't be beat at any price. They are the equal of those found in costliest cars. Convenient Payment Available Dacron blended with Rayon for light weight thinness and coolness—that’s Spiderspun! And the big difference between Spiderspun and other summer suits is that Dacron makes Spiderspun shape retaining and wrinkle resistant. e^AJT Like all Fords, the Fairlane Town Sedan is worth more when you buy it and when you sell it. FORD the New Ford sells more BEST SELLER . . . because it's worth more! uà resi mo CT HAYNES MOTORS, INC., Stroudsburg TAILORS 552 Mein St. Est. 1914 CLOTHIERS Stroudsburg, P*. RAYMOND PRICE, INC., Cresco

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