The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 9, 1947
Page 8
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\ - PAGE EIGHT New Jersey Law Faces Quick Test '„' Legislature Mores ;* ,To Impose Stiff Fines in Labor Disputes -•NEWARK, N. J., April 9. <UPJ — Commercial employes and mnlntc- na'nce men return to v.'ork tcd.ay in NewJersey Telephone Exchanges, but the vital operators de- Jled the:amended atiii-slrlke till Kliich would fine them or send them to jail for refusal to work in State seized plants. '.-Mary Hanscom, president of ihe traffic federation, representing 12,000-New Jersey telephone operatois, notified llicm from WashingtJii to stay away from their jobs."ualil instruct lous from Mary Hanscom." * Union leaders termed the bill a "sword of Damocles" hanging "vrr the telephone strikers' hearts, and said it would be killed by. courts as sop'n'- as tiie telephone strike ends. An amendment providing punishment for violators of the stale antistrike law was passed 15 to 5 by the state Senate last night, ihen rushed la the Assembly where ii. was approved -1C to 11. Gov. Alfred E. Driscoll was scheduled to sign the bill into law at 5 p.m. today. ; The amendment provides' • Fines of $10,000 n day againsi union or management, should either defy the law. . Pines of S250 to $500 agahiat individual members and jail' sentences Up to 30 days. These .sentence;: could be imposed for each duy the striker refused io work. President Edward Pifto of the Commercial Telephone Workers immediately ordered 1,51.0 striking members back to work at 9 today when their regular work dny starts. . The Telephone Workers Union, representing 4000 nmintsnnnu: men in the state, had not been un strike hut members had respected picket lines. New Jersey heads of the union ordered the maintenance men • to cross picket lines, today and the first members reported back for work shortly after midnight. Plane Fails in Gulf ••• PENSACOLA, Flo., April i). CUP) —The crash of a Navy piar.e into the Gulf of Mexico kilted Mnrine Sgt. Waiter Joseph Richter of Flushing, N. Y., the Navy announced today. :' , .KIchter was on a night from the carrier U.S.S. Wright. Tobacco Workers Strike ': WINSTON-SALEM, N. C., April 8. (OP)—Some 500 workers cf the Brown and ' Williamson Tobacco Corp., todny joined 3,080 others who quit the company's plants in Petersburg, and' Louisville. Ky., in a demand for wage increases or S3 tents an hour. ;.The company reportedly 6Cfcr"d five cents an hour raise. Wf ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ' 10P-HOTCH QUALITY AT REASONABLE PRICES! •'.. HUBBARD ' Hardware Company ^213 W. Main Phono 2015 See Murder Suspect as 'Svengali' (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS • CHECK WRITERS ! NOW IN STOCK! i SAMUEL F. NORRTS I Printers Stationers , ' Across From City Hall IVc are taking orders for Attic Fans. ; <o be installed btforc ho( weather. Call us for estimates MISS. COUNTY LUMBER CO. riionc 445 SteelOU Barrel Racks *nj gin T. L MABRY At anssotmi ST. PB. KI- Twice-Convicted Murderess Loses Reprieve Appeal LOS ANGELED Aorll 0 <Tjpj_ Mrs. Louis Pete, 6J,"twice-convict- ed murderess, yesterday io"t a nst-mnute appeal bjfojrc £, * lie Stale Supreme Court to stay Suns, 1 .,! 11 the slatc ' s •?' The court's action came as a spec al guard was p la . cd OV «r her THv'? S , °,, * ome "'s iwboii at leliachap after it W as revealed n razor blade was found by guards in :i siiipriso search of her cell By a unanimous decision the •*aie supreme Court denied the request of Defense Attorney Morris 1/ivine for a writ of habeas corpus niwl slay of execution. M-s. Pcltp wa s convicted In 1345 I ol murdering Mrs. Margaret Lo«an. Pacific Palisades. Gal.. W ho 'befriended Her after she served I ."i 18-year sentence (or tile murder i of Jacob Denlon. wealthy miner • in 1021 She was housekeeper for ! bolh victims. WEDNESDAY, APRIL'9, 1947 swept' highway near here. \Kentuflrv, Kill*J Sheriff's deputies s»lU the driver «fj. • y TOUth Killed apparcniiy lost control of tho vein- Riding Freight Train Ktc -, 1 , , , I LITTLE ROCK. April 9. njl>)_ Mildred fayc James, 17, was pin- The body of a youtli in liU cany ncd beneath the wrecked car aim 20's was being held in a Little Ki'i-x drowned, acraldlnc Ray, n, dwd funeral home today, followinis an later in a Huinlw til hospllal. unusual accident hi Ihc Rock Islaral injured were Jo Benncll. 18, (Me. freight yards yesterday llial claimed driver; Mary Evelyn Pletchci 1 , 17,'his life Maty Evelyn Guy. n, and Lou; He was Identified from papers Gene Williams, 177. found In his pockets us Thomas Ihc six-lccn-auers. all students' Johnson of Bowling Green, Ky. Heat Dyer High School, were on their j vcrcly battered about the heaj, th-j way to a home economics fashion review at the University of Tennessee Junior College at Martin. cnr's, sliding doors when ilvj (ruin ciiine lo 11 sudden halt. HelatiVL'8 were expected to tact officers and funeral liunu- al- Iviiclnnls curly loilay to conijilo'.e c"ii- luneral nrrunijcmenls. Read Courier News Want Adi |Two High School (Pupils Die; Four Slaving eyes of ttcoige (Bud) Gollum may have so hypnotized olid, apathetic Beulah Louise Ovcrcll tlinl she still remains nuclei- Svengali-like domination, says Santa Aim, Calif., authorities, lie pre-mcdicnl student and liis 17-ycar-tild sweetheart arc held i tiie alicsccl time bomb yntch explosion murder of the E)IT.» par- ('lied anr""four 'oll'icrVnarra'T Us. Examining physicians report lier in n hypnotic monomania | L ' a " crt <l(!nlh yesterday when 1 the ondltlon, apparently iiuiueed by Goilum prior to the faBDciv I ?"' 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