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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 14, 1948, Bluefield, West Virginia PAGE EIGHT— BLUEFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, BLUEFIELD, W. VA. Friday Morning, May 14, 1948 Suit Against Steel Company Charges Price Discrimination Pitsburg!!. May 13. UP)—Presi-jPatman set. which forbids price dpnt Ben Moreeli of Jon** and 'discrimination, bv offering to sell Hagonah Troops Show Their Colors Laughlin Steel oCrp. today declared that two damage* suits charging illegal offers to sell his 7.500 tons rf J. and L ingots monthly to tile Ford Motor Co. for $75 a ton when the mill published firm s steel were intended to "lead price. wa* w ton The price the attack on gray marketing" inow ^ The lam independent steel    ’ .    _    ,    onici&ls tipped the steel company producing nim entered complaints off and that, as a result. A. J. and in Wayne county court. Detroit, IL. executive sat in on subsequent. and the U. S. district court. Chi- negotiations with his identity kept cago against Harry C. Edwards, I a secret from the defendants. of Edwards Industrial Engineer- J. and L. credited the representa- mg. Detroit: and Howard Kimble.I tive with collecting evidence that Chicago described as an Edwards* documented the case. The repre sentative was Herbert Johnson, assistant to the vice president in charge of sales. In Detroit, circuit judge Joseph I A. Moynihan issued a temporary The suits, believed to be the first I restraining order against Edwards of their kind. charged the defend- and set May 28 for a hearing on ants with violating the Robinson-1 a permanent injunction. associate. Kimble said in Chicago he had no connection with the alleged transaction while in Detroit, Edwards said he had no immediate comment. tow firers FINE COLOR We know you'd apprecate the subtle richness el Sprad Wall Finish colors, not only because they*re the 3 to I choice of America's leading decorators, but, because a room pointed with Spred odds precious charm t# ordinary surrounding*. Get a pa Hon of this easy - to-apply watoe-mhr paint; toe how much fun h I* to change    j*    rn ever a room of    s    nQ •a little cost. GAL DISTRIBUTED BY THE BAILEY LUMBER CO. a BUILDING HEADQUARTERS SIX BIG PLANTS WAR, W, VA. WYTHEVILLE, VA, GRUNDY, VA. White House 8 Delegates Rejected In Tuesday's Primary least eight members o fthe pres- an Dr. J W Hartigan fR-Mon^n- Kanawha county, ent house of delegates, including galia>. Ralph    P.    Welton »R-    Logan county    renominated    «’) several o fits leaders, were reject-(Grant), and    Cleon    W Rease. *R-    its    three incumbents,    including ed for '•enommation in Tuesday's Tucker)    chairman    W    E.    Flannery.    Demo- primary    Al , t 40 thfr memb,rs of erat, of -ha eduction ramming. McDowell county returns *luni- th, prM,nt hous, won renomma- je^H.ntSSSeV hmfi «n«r!e« ti0n> m*nV Without opposition. Hansha.ier. house finance B    chamber    is    assured    of ?TrT1i,.,7™nC !»^1|nn- c^lV leadership whether the Re-rm retersn f the inner circle publicans or Democrat* win con-and Fleming A. Jones, jr., the *-«t u November house's only Negro member. Jones fr D « wovemoer. had served ^ix terms    Besides Hansbarger. Speaker Democrat who opposed many ad-'*Jphn E Amas will be missing from A. J. Lubliner. Mercer county .th* ne* lineup. Amos obtained ministration measures, also lost The D?mf    !L v out as did Jonah Adkins (D-    *®n*te    rn    Kanawha county. Mayne>.    .    J.    C. Powell (R-Pleasants), Re- On the Republican side, Ritchie publican leader in the house, was county voters rejected Robert;among those renominated with-i Morris, sr., veteran newspaper-• out opposition. man who was ready to speak at J. Hornor Davis <D-Kanawhah any time on secondary roads and majority leader and chairman of I the wet-dry issue.    the powerful judiciary committee. 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Til f/P)—At first. the bove ca mpg through the window of a tavern here thought, they were seeing thing* And thew were. A team of horses dashed out of an alley. They cut across the sidewalk. knocking off the rear wheels of the wagon on the curb, side- Concrete for use In high-tem-perature furnaces is now avail-! able It is a high-strength chrome-base material that can be poured or plastered into place and which is able to withstand heat aa high as 3100 degrees F. ♦....... More than IOO differ aet minerals are known to contain uranium, source of atomic power. swiped an automobile and toppled Magnetic oil is the key to a new a stop sign before they came to automobile fluid clutch. The oil: a in a tangle of wreckage, contains mil.ions of tiny particles p.,,.. of iron dust or other magnetic    ordinance material. The car electric system)and charged the driver with leaving horses unattended. magnetizes them as needed. »/■ ASK YOUR GROCER For Freshrap Household Waxed Paper. 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