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Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - April 3, 1947, Amarillo, Texas A GENUINE WARDROBE TRUNK iüE AM.\KliXO DAIIiy MEWeS. AMAH1LL.Q. IfeXAS British Seek To Avert One^Day Strike inRuhr ESSEN, Germany, April 2 (/P)—    ~''" • Hve Drowtn • Ním Mangan TAX INCLUDED Here s a big value in a sturdy, rugged wardrobe trunk for years of traveling convenience. Built of Strong, 3-ply veneer, fully lined with hard vulcan- ked fiber, hy ibe makers of "Kmetka’s Most D’vs-linciive Luggage.” Five drawers in Wheary’s famous ’'Vanity” cabinet construction ... Nationally-known cushion top ... Handsomely finished in golden tan lacquer with contrasting Burley brown bindings. ESSEN, Germany, April 2 (/P)— British authorities attempted by a radio appeal tonight to halt a scheduled one-day strike tomorrow of the Ruhr’s 300,000 coal miners as a protest against food shortages. William Asbury. British commissioner for the Ruhr area, said German officials at his “urgent request” had agreed to broadcast an appeal to the miners to remain on the job. Demonstrations were scheduled to accompany the strike in each coal-producing town. As a prelude to the huge walkout, 21,500 miners walked out today at Gelsenkirchen and 8,000 at Bochum. At Remschied, 20,000 workers—^not including miners—staged a demonstration. North German coal control officials said the walkout at approximately 170 mines in the British-controlled Ruhr was expected to cause a loss of almost 500,000 tons of vitally needed coal. Asbury described himself as ‘’seriously concerned" over the strike which he said would hamper the coal export program to other European counirtea. de\egates attending a strike con- WTO ’aotbm \jbtw tbat tbe Walkout would not “produce a single extra slice of bread and may result in lower rations all around.” Asbury disclosed that upon learn-mg wheat was being barge-loaded at l>ulsburg for shipment to the American zone he asked If it could be diverted into the Ruhr and said he under&tood lYval \m tons ot Ms shipment were now at the disposal of the Ruhr area. THIS FUNNY WORLD AFillL. 3, IS4? give her the Ihrillin^ fragrance of romance... ¿/ilm 917 POLK _____gQ*    to    get    a    new    roominatg?    !** Cherry T tees Detv Spt’vngVike Signs of Life in Capital City By HENRV ureW.P'ssoirK-        e Giving up gold mining because    _ of high costs, a gold miner in    By HENRY McLEMORE New Guinea is now making a for- WASHINGTON, April 2—This Is tune as a scent maker.    the    lovelieset    time    of year in Wash ington. Spring has come to ihts, our nation’s capital. The filibuster Ls in full bloom, caucuses have pushed their little heads above the ground, and the Could Victoria Roign 63 Yoart VVith Stomach Ulctr Paint? •    uw* Ml us anc YOUR MONEY BACK. o • nnouncing THE OPENING OF OUR NEW STORE TODAY-THURSDAY-APRIL 3 gsteir'\trr.ra ONE GROUP OF COTTON WASH Reg. $3.00 Values Frocks $|95 ONE GROUP OF SPORT RAYON Reg. $5.95 Values w.-yc. ijKui-f* u Dresses $375 ONE GROUP OF PrAg»lfC CHAMBRAY R ■ VWIta Reg. $5.95 Values »3« Butcher Linens, Bemberg Sheers and Crepes for    ^    —    — Easter wear.    ||p Priced from  TO .inens, Bemberg .*29« POE'S PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE 3001 West Sixth READY-TO-WEAR FOR LADIES and MISSES POINTING THE WAY TO England s beloved Queen could hardly have reigned so wisely for 63 years and remain^ so hale and hearty had she suffered stomach ulcer pains. Don’t 17“---- ^    »iuunu,    axiu tiw ignore your sufferings. Try Udga for    protocol    flowers everywhere “*rer and stomach pains. In-1 The beauty of the city is not lim- conditions caused by excess acid. Get    P®®'dtiful SOUnds, Tablets from' your A Visitor can hear Sen. Robert return box ?o as“*and“*ger"DOUBl^    aHtv    winning    personality as he looks    forward    to 1948 He can head Senator McKellar re-rehearsing invectives in a Tennes-accent. He can hear Senator Hickenlooper pondering aloud as to whether or not, at hts age, it would be worthwhile to have his name legally shortened to ‘‘Hick.’* And if he has really good ears, he can hear Dewey not saying a single word in Albany. By night can be heard the .sounds the various embassies and legations ^strut their stuff. The Altru.scan ambassador, wearing a suit of lend-lease evening clothes, entertains at a dinner so sumptuous that caviar and plovers’ eggs are served at second table only, and one would never suspect that the ambassador’s countrymen are getting round-shouldered from stopping in garbage pails for their first and only course. • At night, also, the city is a fairyland of light. Candles gleam from every Republican window as the Republicans study means to harass the ^ministration. Let a visitor peep between the curtains and he’ll see wme stern-visaged members of the Order of Elephants break into .smiles ? iliscovers an opening through Which he can make the donkey sqmrm. Let him peek through another curtain and he’ll .see a member of the Order of Donkey chuckling over a device by which he hopes to in-sure that the elephant’s trunk will never be unpacked in Washington. thing is lacking to make Washington the complete, perfect the stubborn refusal of those durn cherry trees to blossom. They were due to blossom around the middle of March, but nary a blossom yet. ^ ^ ^ To a visitor. il is amazing that an entire city could become so engrossed in what a bunch of tree.s are going Two Motorists Get Fines at Sonta Fe SANTA PE. April 2    (U.R)—Two motorists were given $100 fines and suspended 60-day jail sentences each today after pleading guilty to drunken driving and becoming involved in accidents near Riverside Sunday. State Police Capt. Ben Martinez said that three accidents were reported in the area over the week end, and that liquor was a factor In all. The two men were Ramon Naranjo of Santa Clara; and Sharley A. Davis, Santa Cruz. Naranjo es»-ca,ped injury, but in the other mishap, Davis’ wife suffered a broken jaw and other injuries. Belfast, Northern Ireland, has a plan for placing plaques on all houses where distinguished men were born or have lived. CheckMtGhlngfi First Application Axonlxins Itchlnx of ugly occema, RmIi, Tetter. Ringworm, Pimples. Scabies. Toe Itch Is chocked on ONE APPLICATION of blub star ointment. Repeat as as nature help, heal. Money back If XTMT Jar falls to satisfy. Try it today. i W aatherstrippinq "WE STOP THE DUSr- GORMAN WEATHERSTRIP CO. 820 Florida    Ph. 2-7221 to do, and when. Those trees must have had a great publicity agent in the beginning (I suspect Steve Hannegan), because they have certainly been sold to this city. Taxi drivers apologize for the late blooming of the trees. Room clerks become positively vicious about the weather, which they think is to blame. Newspapers defend the trees and say it Lsn’t their fault at all. The radio goes to bat for the trees and says they are doing their very best. I dare guess that the first bloom will be given the key to the city, a top hat, and will be ridden ‘ up and down Pennsylvania Avenue' until it wilts.    i The biggest mistake the Japanese I ever made was in attacking Pearl! Harbor instead of the cherry trees. The loss of thase trees would have thrown Washington into .such a turmoil that we might never have rallied sufficiently to win a global war. (Distributed by McNaught Syn.. Inc.) “Something Blue” eau de parkum . . 3.00, .S.OO ^Something Blue” box of sachets 4..'>0 “.‘^mething Blue” TALC...........].r>() “Something Blue” bath essení.e......4..'>0 “Something Blue” bath powder......2.00 And for the most important woman on your list, a gleaming flacón of “Somcihing Blue” perfume...boxed delightfully with a sentimental “Somcihing Blue” sachet. Complete.........7    00,12..'i0 Piuj 20% Fedttal 7'o» /. SIIII111III A rajdurous ^terfume lhat caplurcs all the heady excitement of holidays ... Christmas, birthdays, weddings blended in one glamorous fragrance! Princess Gourlelli has created a complete sequence, scented luxuriously with “Something Blue.” Kvery woman on your lii5t, from sixteen to sixty, will be thrilled to receive your gift of “Something Blue”—and don’t forget yourself! note---- Mrs. Margaret Toole, a Representative of GOURIELLI, will be in our store today through Saturday to aid you in your selections. Sixth and Polk Boost Your Business With Want Ads ^ PLUMBING AND HARDWARE DEALERS SMITH & SONS 41S N. Fllltnore Ph. 2-232« A Telephone Strike Does Not Make Sense Telephone people are well paid. Their wage rates have been increased 63% in the last six years. In addition, throughout the period our employees have continued to receive their regular wage increases based on merit and length of service. They have good working conditions. Their work i$ steady. They have seven holidays and up to Ihree.week Jec.tions with pay. They have sickness benefits end pensions—with fuii cost paid by the Telephone Company. UNION DEMANDS TOTAL $66,000,000.00 A YEAR! • This is equal to an average of $3 a month per customer. • Basic wage demands alone average $18 a week per employee. • All told, the demands would cost the equivalent of 70c an hour per employee. The Company he. offered fo erbitr.fe basic wages (the Union's major demend). We say again: A telephone strike does not make sense. Dr. J. E. Hewetf OPTOMETRIST OfticM: 107 East 5th St. Phon« 9934 SOUTHWESTERN BELL JIL TELEPHONE COMPANY ;