The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 19, 1949 · Page 3
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July 19, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1949 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Arkansas Labor Record Praised New Commissioner Lands Relationship Prevailing in State By Jim Thornasson LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 19. llT> —Arkansas continued its excellent labor-management relationship rec- MC through the first six months of r543. But there are a few dark spots In the picture. Records of State Labor Commissioner C. K. Call reflect five work stoppages in the state through June this year. They Involved 132 workers and 11 loss of 4.512-mnn days. Call termed the state's labor- management relationship record excellent. For the year 1948. the U.S. Labor Department recorded 12 strikes in Arkansas, involving 4,100 workers and loss ot 87.600 man days Strikes and time lost In Arkansas in 1917 amounted to about half those in 1946. One of the five 1949 work stop- pases is still underway. It is the strike of approximately 100 em- ploves of n basket factory. Pierce- Williams Co.. Jonesboro. which passed its 15th day on July 11. John Lindley. vice-president of an AFL-affiliated carpenters union local, said the employes seek a 20 per cent pay increase and better working conditions. Another dispute which has possibilities of becoming a major work Titonpage involves approximately 1.600 employes oE Reynolds Metals Company plants. The employes, members of the CIO stechvorkers, have voted to strike if current negotiations fail. Other negotiations Involving Arkansas union members UirJ.'de the Missouri Pacific Railroad and Jfr four operating brotherhoods, ^^sidcnt Truman on July 9 named an ^investigating board to look Into that dispute, an action which automatically delays a strike for at least 30 days. Two current disputes in Arkansas involve Pine Bluff firms. A ftrike at the Coca Cola plant there ended in April after two and one-half months when the National Labor Relations Board agreed to study the AFL bottlers' union's charge that the company engaged in unfair labor practices. The NLRB has ordered an election within 30 days from July 1 to determine if employes of three Pine Bluff Kroger Stores wish to be represented by the Retail Clerks : Internationa] Association (AFL1. CIO oil workers have voted to strike at the Root Petroleum Refinery. El Dorado, if demands for a wage increase are rejected. 'wo Killed and Three njured in Auto Crash PIPESTONE, Minn., July 19—Wj —A man identified as Vincent Fos- r, Omaha, welterweight boxer, was ijured fatally in an automobile olllsioi) near pl|ieslone yesterday. Jacob Walz, Plpestone undertaker. NISEI NOW MIDDIE—Midshipman Takeshi Yoshiliara, 18, of Flenton, Wash., knuckles down to Annapolis rouUae by stamping his newly acquired wardrobe. He's the first Japanese- American to enter the Naval Academy. Identified Die victim as roster. A girl riding in the cat with Foster also was JuUlly injuri'ii. She was Identified as Ruth Ncw- coinb, about 19, of Flnndrenu, SI>. Three other passengers In the car were brought to « Plpestone hospital In serious condition. The accident occurred ne;ir the Intersection of highways 47 and 75 on Die edge ol Pipcstone. The NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the under.slened IKIS filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the Slate of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer nl rctuil on the automobile containing Jive persons struck the rear end of a cattle truck. Both vehicles were ini>ortcd traveling in the same direction. premises described as Oil Mill Iload, BlythOAille, Mississippi County. The uitdcrsiKiieil staler that he is a cldicn o! Arkansas, of K<XK| moral character, that he lias neve been convicted of a fctony or othe crime involving moral Uirpit\nl« v that no llct'ltse to sell beer by th uhdcrsigned hiis been revoke within five years lasi prts); an that llio undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws o[ tliis state, or any other state, relative (o the sale of aU'holic liquors. Application Is for permtt to be Is- .sncd /or operation beginning on the 11 day of Oct. 1919, ;itui to expire on I Hie 10 rtivy of June, 1930. | Eur.scl Morm j Sub,-(.-j-iijed anil .sworn to before linn tliu 18 day of July 1919. Mis. Marshall Blackaid Notary Public My Commission expires: Poor Hallo In the five-year period from 1942 to 1946. the number of fires in the United States increased 30 per cent, while the population increased l«s i than 5 per cent. Three Negro Men Admit Rape of White Woman GROVELAND. Pin., July 19. <ll'i— Three Nt.'Kroes yesterday confessed the rape of a yomr.j white woman and the robbery of her husband. Sheriff W. V. McCall reported. A heavily armed mob tried to take two of t -e Negroes out of jail Saturday night. The Negroes had been moved to another jail before the crowd of about 100 men gathered at the courthouse in Tavare.s. National Guardsmen were called out Sunday to keep order but the threat of violence subsided and guardsmen left early yesterday. Slu-riff MtiCall identified the suspects as Charlie Grccnlce, Samuel Shepherd and Walter Irvln, all about 20. They are being helo in undisclosed jails. McCall said the trio admitted they robbed and beat Willie Padgett of Groveland. then kidnapped and raped his 17 year old wife. Both male and female coyote help out in obtaining food for their youn; pups. GUARANTEED Twins Fall from Window; One Suffers Concussion LONDON. July 1!J. 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