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SIT BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THE NATION TODAY Truman Move for Toft-Hartley Law Repeal Clears Hurdles in House and Senate Committees By James Marlnvr WASHINGTON, March 28. (/P> —After many weeks of getting ready. Congress now has cleared the decks to pass » new labor law. It may be months before thai is done. Neither House nor Senate Is yet ready to begin the big debate on what the Inw should be. But before there can be any new law at nil, both houses must vote «nd agree on It. * ; These past weeks have been laken I up by hearings in (lie House and | Senate Labor clmtnittees. Day after day and night after night labor leaders, labor experts and business men have trooped before the committees to say their say. President Truman's administration is pledged to wipe out the Taft- Harltey Act (or most of it) which the 80th Congress, controlled by Republicans, passed in 1947 to replace the old Wagner labor act, passed by the Democrats in 1935. Mr. Truman's advisors presented Congress with a bill that would wipe out Tuft-Hartley and restore the Wagner act with some "improvements." Committee* Hear Arguments The job of the labor committees, as in the case of any congressional committee, Is— To hear both sides of the argument on a bill, decide what tt thinks Is right or wrong, re-write the bill if necessary, and then send up to the full House and Senate for a vole on the kind of bill It thinks should be voted Into lav,'. So the witnesses paraded before the labor committees to give their opinions on whether: The Taft-Hartley Act was good or' bad. should be toughened, or softened, or x wiped out completely and replaced by the old Wagner Act; or whether some parts of Taft- Hartley should be kept in the law »nd added to the old Wagner Act. making it n brand new act; or whether the bill prepared by Mr. Truman's advisors should be law. Changes Anticipated Since Democrats have a majority 'in Congress, Democrats on both the House and Senate Labor committee had a controlling voice in what would be done. And — when the hearings were over and all the witnesses had finished their arguments, the Democratic majority on bolh committees approved, unchanged, the hill which > had the blessing of Mr. Truman's advisors. The Senate committee did that a couple of weeks ago, the House committee on Thursday. So it's their bill which now lies . before both houses of Congress, Awaiting to be voted Into law. Will Congress approve it, unchanged, just as the committees did? : Probably not. No one is betting It will. Why? Because plenty of congressmen, particularly the Republicans, don't Ihlnk the present bill gnes far enough, that it's too one_ sided In favor of unions. And—a bill can be changed right on the floor of both houses, by vot- ing'amendments to it before vote Is taken on the entire bill. So don't be surprised If Congress finally votes for a new labor Inw' little different from the one Mr Truman asked for. Life Underwriters Plan State Meeting Plans for members of Ihe Blythc- ville Association of Life Underwriters to attend Ihc annual meeting of the Arkansas Association, Friday in Little Rock were made at the luncheon at the Hotel Noble, Saturday. J. L. Thompson, Jr., was named chairman of the convention committee for this association. L. B. Old presented Ihe program Saturday, which centered about a discussion on enlisting prospects. This discussion was !cd by Ray Taylor of Osceola and L. H. Wise of Blythevillc. Mr. Taylor. R. B. Howlngton <>f Wilson. Tom Hardln of Blythevillc. W. L. Allies of Osceola were Introduced as new members and Guy Rogers o( Jonesboro was the only guest. .1. A. Bryan, president of the | Blylheville association, presided at Saturday's meeting. MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1949 ;• Good News for Back-Breaking Harvesting Airmen Rescued From Barren Isle In Arctic Circle EDMONTON, Alia.. March 28. (1T> —A skl-equlpped U. S. Air Force Dakota late yesterday rescued seven American airmen from the barren waste of Ellesmere Island Inside the Arclic Circle. The seven hart crash-landed Thursday in a U. S. C-82 cargo plane while on a 1,100 mile /light from Frobisher Bay on Baffin Island to Resolute Bay on Connvallls Island Their plane was 700 miles off course when it ran low on fuel. Details of the rescue were lacking. Air Commodore Martin Cos tello, in charge of rescue operations for the Royal Canadian Air Force sent a two-word message: "Evacuation successful." Earlier reporU from the downed plane said the men were unhurt and well. The rescued men wcve lo be taken to Thulc and thence lo Goose Bay, Labrador. Read Courier News Want Ads. Former Empress Of Iran Marries Distant Relative CAIRO. March 28—(/pj—Princess Fauv.la, the beautiful former em- ircs.s o( linn, was married today lo Ismail Shlrine Bey, a distant relative of Egypt's royal family. The marriage was the second for e M-year-old prlnce.w, wlio Is :he sister of Euypt's King Faronk. She had been married to the riiah of Iran until he rtlvorcecl her last November. She lias borne no son to Inherit the Ii-nninn throne. Today's ceremony was a simple Moslem one and strictly private. The royal cabinet'announced the wedding hart taken place In a special official communique. "By Allah's will and with the guiadance of his' light and under the care of (King) Farollk," the statement said, "the great marriage of Princess Pawzla to Ismail Shtr- ine Bey has taken place." Ancient custom called for the bride to be absent from her oivn wedding. Throughout the ceremony she was expected to remain in her own suite at Kouba Palace. Tn some cases a woman member of a Moslem household reads Ihe Koran—the Mns-elm bible—to the bride during the waiting period. Kang Farouk. himself, as heart r,f the family, was to represent Princess Fawzia in the ceremonies in the palace's grand salon. Operated from a tractor .seat, this new double-duty tield forage harvester does away with the back-breaking chores |0f haying and corn-chopping. Here, with the hay pick-up, it lakes hay from the windrow, chops ana blows It into a trailing wagon for removal at storage point. When a corn attachment (Inset) replaces the hay unit, Ihe time ami .'nbor-saving machine sweeps along a row, cutting a/id chopping* corn for silage. The new harvester is now iti production in New Holland, Pa. BABY CHICKS Healthy, Sturdy • Huy Ihe Best • Master Mix Feed None Finer Lewis Poultry 419 East Main Phone 3317 Tl IB. Nu-Wa Offers You the ?] Biggest Laundry Value! ROUGH DRY 1Ac BUNDLE IU ALL FLAT WORK FINISHED WEARING APPAREL STARCHED Shirts Finished. ...,.,.,.„...,. .12c each Extra Pants Finished 20c each Extra Call 4474-4475 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS Six Service Trucks Denver Center Calls the Doctors For Emergencies DENVER W'i—Did yon ever have to call a rio:lor in the dead of night? And llicn not be able to reach him? 'Hiat htphtrtmig situation isn't worrying Denver residents any more. Tax Return Is Filed On Back of Bar Napkin LOS ANGELES, March 28. Wj— This is the season for daffy income j lax returns and internal revenue collector Harry Wcstover entered this one today. Written on the back of a cocktail lounge napkin and signed j "Ooldic, San Diego," It read: "Please excuse thts informal nap- Livestock Lowly Sandwich Moves To Top Income Bracket PHILADELPHIA, March 28. M>t— A Philadelphia restaurant owner has raised the lowly sandwich to a higher income bracket. The operator of a sandwich shop at 48th and Spruce Streets is di s -I tlown 17.75-18.15; over 400 H>s 15.15- playing this window sign these 17.25; slags mostly 12.50-14.50. days: "Bombshell NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III March 28. W>}— (USDA1—Hogs 12,000; fairly active; steady to 25 higher than Friday's average; bulk good and choice 180-240 Ibs 21.00-25; top 1'l.SO for (ew loads mostly 100-220 his; 240-300 Ibs 19.75-21.00: 140-170 Ibs 19.50-21.00; lofl-UO Ib pigs uneven at 15.50-19.00; sows 400 Ibs Thc town's mcdicnl society has cs- tabiishcrt an omerficncy service to meet that problem and many oth- C1 . s If a person can't reach his own | doctor and needs one immediately lie can call the referral cenler. A registered nurse answers the telephone. II the sick person doesn't need skilled attention for another 30 nunutes or so she summons a doctor in Ihe caller's neighborhood. The doctor needs time to dress and drive his car within .speed limit."; to the patient's home. | But if it's an emergency requiring { mmediale care, the nurse notifies the police surgeon who races at high speed in a siren-blowing ambulance lo the scene. Less dramatic and perhaps more impottanl is Giving new residents I information about physicians, hospitals, and convalescent home. Mrs. Ijorene Davoren, director of the re.'erral cenler, ha.s complete information on 450 doctors out o( the 625 at'tive members of tlic Denver Medical Society. Those who are unlisted are mostly doctors who do not deal rjlreclly with the public. The selection of the doctor's name is on a rotation basis. The cenler has complete information on what doctors will accept night calls and on what nights. kin return. 1 want to do something for '">' country. My total earnings last - veai ' «' e ' ie « 620 ' Withholding; tax was SI. 10. \\vhcre do we stand? "" ' ° we >'°u anything, holler" 3'°" owe me a"J'th<"8. ""-set it." ! You Are Cordially I Invited to Visit _, The i Accessory Shop | Sandwicli—A com- i plete delicatessen store between ; three slices of white or rye—-$1,25." Fayetteville Man Hurt In Fatal Auto Accident FAYETTE. Miss., March 28. OT— A Fayclteville. Ark., man was Injured in an accident in which another man burned to death near here Saturday. A truck driven by a man known only as Burke of Kansas City. Mo., overturned and burned on Highway 61. Burke was killed, j-nest J. bossing of Fayetteville. Ark., rldins with him, was injured, apparently nol seriously, and was taken to a hospital at Vlcksburg. Cattle 4.000: calves goo; opening trade somewhat slow on steers anil general undertone easy; few sales good steers 24.50-25.50: one load good to choice 26.00. these about steady; medium and good heifers and mixed yearlings about steady at 22.00-24.75; cows opening steady but relatively little done, common anrf medium beef cows 17.00-18.25: few good cows 19.00 and above; canncrs and cutters 14.00-16.50. Feminine Apparel " ] Mabel Hogan Jessie Srile \ Hotel Noble Blrtg. • Blytheville, Ark. ! GENTLEMEN: To have a suit that really His, be measured by a tailor. Now showing all 'he latest spring and summer imported and domestic woolens. Drop down to our shop any day of (he week. GEORGE L. MUIR "BlvtheviJIe's Only Tailor" 109 Railroad Self made men are often horrible examples of unskilled labor when they try to solve the mystery of the screeches and wails which are part of a radio about to give up the ghost. We haven't the skill to build a battleship or write a best seller. BUT we have skill necessary to make your radio perform at peak efficiency. Self-made men a^e usually a horrible example of unskilled labor." claiim H»ixi«lv fXPfRT RAD/0 SALES AND SERWCC /« BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. 0(f 138 E. MAIN ST. BLYTHEVIILE,ARK\ «£ CAMERAS FOR RENT Flush or Box Type Cameras. Also a complete slock of flash bulbs in all sizes. Read courier News Want Ads. Read Courier News Want Ads. Read courier News Want Ads. i The Friendly Yard has KAKM FKKE'/.KKS E. C. Robinson Lumber Handle Your Health With Care When Sickness Strikes, See Yuur Doctor - - .And Remember Rothrock's For Prescriptions Phone 4451 Such enduring^ young charms! COTTON SEED FOR SALE -DPL-15- This seed Is first year from breeder, stale certified, dclinted and treated. SOYBEANS RECLEANED Novy is Ibe time to have your seed soybeans reclcaneri. Our new mmlorn equipment, removes all we:;d and trash, SEED SOYBEANS FOR SALE Doyle Henderson SOYBEAN CO, Highway 61 South phon , i860 1949 Packard Eight, ISO-HP Club Sedan Barney's Drug Store 200G West Main Phone 3647 Say it .... With Flowers The Flower Shop Glencoe Hotel Bldg. Phone 4491 or 2747 maintaining bom« fawns, golf coitrsfa, pa rks, p [ a j ground*. inttertej, or anj- icre that "kwp- V the gi&u" i» a Packard owners call it "the car with the built-in brand-new jcel." And the fact is—ihis newest member of » long-lived line is the huskiest Packard ever built! Proof: Pcnny-accnrate servlc* records, submitted by all Packard dealers, show that the service needs of the new Packard HiRrit are the lowest in Packard history! That's another important reason why the demand for new Packards is at an all-time high. Naturally . . . today's buyers are impressed by the styling and ap-' pointmcnis of this luxurious motor c.ir. They're delighted with its "limousine" ride—and atlotintlctt by its spectacular gasoline mileage! Bill most of all (at the prices ./// cars are carrying today), they wane for as little as $2369.48 *Statt anii local ta\el, if any, tihilK sitIcu\iUs ($21) an/t feiutcr shields ((IS), extra. Prices may I'ary iti attjoinitig areas became of transportation chargtl. Clinic 514 Main, lllythcvillc, Ark. Phone £921 a new car that's going to keep right ni> looking and acting new, for years to come. Your nearby Packard dealer is the man to sec. And the time is now! Packard — ASK THl MAN WHO OWNS ONE Motor Sales Co., Inc. 217 W. Walnut Phone 3524 Sec the MASTER MOWER today at BlytheYille Machine Shop Dealer ARKANSAS GROCER CO. Distributor FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION ^free Estimates B. J.C0HEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. • <?%0tte 3646 aiu£2B}5.

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