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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 14, 1948, Bluefield, West Virginia PAGE TWO— BLUEFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, BLUEFIELD, W. VA. -i——    -  I-I_ Friday Morning, May 14,,1948 ■ 1 ■ **—■ 4-H Club Members Make Ready Oak Ridge Labor F°r c; 0fF',Bab/t Shotc Row Awaited A few of the mere than forty parking building and the Edwards 4-H club members who have en- Terrace entrance to the building Washington. May 13 .-P*—The tared animals in the Bluefield will ne used exclusively by truck IS™ bw^roubTe'on^hrcr/t™” chamber of commerce baby beef transporting the cattle.    atomic energy project at Oak show and sale here tomorrow are 3 Priode. Tazewell county Ridge, Tenn., is nearing an end. by^the justice "department ^March .The club members will groom and sala. was in Bluefield "ester-j i9_flrst one under the Taft-Hart-their beeves tomorrow morning day to confer with members of ley act’s emergency machinery for and prepare for the judging in the the Chamber of Commerce sari- heading off big strikes—has less early afternoon.    c    than a month more to run. culture committee and City Man-; _    ^ J    , The show and sale will be held    Steps toward ending that m- on the top floor of the municipal K ^niOi\ r. Mitchell. Final ar*, junction will be taken nexA week. rangements were concluded.    The federal mediation service Pour-H club boys and girl en- today invited the AFL atomic tries from Bland. Russell and trades council and management Tazewell counties in the ev*»nt to the Carbide and Carbon com-date are as follows: Franklin Gil- P®ny to meet here Saturday, mer. Russell county: Clifford In- A new offer from the company score. Tazewell county:    Bobby    for settling the contract dispute Leonard Russell county; Homer will be reviewed at that time by Steele. Tazewell county: George Conciliation Director Cyrus S. I Peery, jr.. Bland county; Bud Ras- Ching and Commissioner Clyde nick. Tazewell county:    Jimmy    Mills. Smith. Russell county; Joe Camp- The presidential board of in-j bell, Russell county: Oren Davis, quiry will convene here Monday Tazewell county: Harry Dicken- morning. It will report after that son, Russel county: Hubert Comp- to Mr. Truman on the new position ton, Tazewell county:    Alfred    of the parties, the employer s last Campbell, Russell county: Glenn offer of settlement, and the cf-Cassell. Tazewell county:    Bud    forts of both sides to settle the dis- Fisher. jr., Tazewell county: Troy pute. Glenn. Russell county; Peggv Jes- The controversy began last Jan-see. Russell county: Ben Line- nary when the Carbide and Carberry. Tazewell county; Paul Mc- company took over the con-New. Russell county: Dot Pratt, tract of Monsanto Chemical Cor-Russell county: and Minnie Stev- poration-—but not its labor concion. Tazewell county. They Said 'Hey!' He Says 'Huh?' Jord Mercer Garage Corner Scott and Raleigh SU. TOONE 7157 Bluefield, W. Va. — FOR — FORD SERVICE LOOK ONE METAL BED  ............<19.95 INNERSPRING MATTRESS *49.50 DOUBLE DECK COIL SPRING *24.50 ALL FOR $ 49 .OO AU NEW MERCHANDISE Delivery Free Terms or Cath B&C FURNITURE CO. ROUTE 52 AT BLUEWELL BLUEFIELD, W. VA.    PHONE    6284 tract with the AFL atomic trades ! i council.    • The Carbide and Carbon com-. I    , panv, with other contracts at Oak :    - Ridge covering CIO-United Gas, |    ~    „    ...    ^ dined^o^accepT the Monsamo ta-    Seven-month-old Denny    Tepke^ od    Freeport, L. I.    wa.    quietly bor contract terms. That brought    bathing in his enameled    pm bathtub when    someone    said    "Hey:- on the AFL strike threat and a    1118 response provided this unusual    portrait    of big-eyed wonder. , court injunction to stop it March 19 The company since has offered me company since nas onerea n ■ ■ Til wage increase* of 3 to 21 cents an DrdQSfldW lOt L0S6S hour to the former Monsanto em-    , ployees. However, the sick leave Tnn In Arrmpnt a mainr icsiip hpranspi IVV III rvvvlUvlll Poles Hail Czech Trade benefits—a major issue because -.re%n4aUrrdcd0fb?e,he°Zon0ra* Bradshaw. W. Va.. May ll -I Gdynia. Poland. i^-The new.-less attractive than those under Thrae ‘ >’ear - oId M°se Edward paper “Dziennik Baltychi’’ says the Monsanto contract.    Cooper Is a patient at a Welch polish ports have grabbed off the --4- Hospital    following    the    loss    of    a It is estimated that motorists toe Wednesday evening when his “p115 shale of Czechoslovakia s pay $1 of every $8 collected by the foot caught in the sprocket chain imports and exports business. The government.    of the bicycle he was riding.    journal said the Belgian port of ..............        j    Antwerp alone had counted upon m    .I    handling 1.000,000 to 2.000,000 tons of Czechslovak shipments in 1948. These, it added, now will move through the Oder river port of Stettin to the Baltic since a part of the port has been set aside for exclusive use of the Czechoslovaks. Mode fresh dolly In Bluefield Ask your food doctor for this now handy moal-sfzo package ^ ARMOUR Right-from-tbe-Ktdifin frankfurters Dormitory Theft Hearing Postponed Chestertown, Md , May 13. (JP) —Hearing of larceny marges against Mrs Lillian Lucile Becker was postponed here today. The 32-year-oid blonde i« accused of rifling several dormitories in I’ennsylvana. Maryland and Virginia. A recent development in the case was the arrival this week of her husband. Ford Becker, from their home in Topanga. Calif., employment of defense counsel. A. Parks Rasin. state’s attorney for Kent county, said the defend-j ant would, upon motion of defense counsel, be tried by ->ne of three circuit court judges fitting here or by jury. The grand jury is not scheduled to meet until mid-October. Reds Irked At Translator Berlin. May 13, nPi—The Russians have fired a girl translator ii who allegedly misquoted a Rub- | sian general in*o charging that American soldiers went about biting old women. The charge was made in Russian b„* Gen. Alexander Kotikov.j Soviet commandant, at a meeting of the four-power kommandatura last month. The girl translated the charge and the American.) British and French representatives guffawed. It was learned tonight the general claimed later he had said “beating.” not “biting.” and that the girl was fired. IE ti jr.;— > tt. ta** 1 IU BRACHO tOO07- °URE CALIFORNIA WINE PORT — MUSCATEL WHITE PORT — SHERRY HUO* tokay 60* 4/5 QUART BRACHO & COMPANY RIV E 0 5 a n < 320 FEDERAL ST. DIAL 8131 INSTALLED FREE! Wards Finest Seat Covers 13 .95 CeopM Front Soots.... 6.29 7.98 Tailored to your car in stylo and fit! Smooth, •oil and fade resistant fiber and heavy cloth in harmonizing plaid patterns that match the interior of your car! Carefully tailored with elastic inserts for a smooth, wrinkle-free fit! Get yours now! USE WARDS MONTHLY PAYMENT PIAN! I w Baldwin... Acrosome and Kimball Pianos We Have In Stock These Fine Spinet Pianos That Must Be Sold. 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