The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1953 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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THURSDAY, JAN.' 8, 1953 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.). COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN House Labor Chairman Favors Several Methods In Dealing with Strikes By NORMAN WALKER WASHINGTON OB — Rep. McConnell (R-Pa) said loday he favors legislating a variety of alternative methods for dealing with national emergency strikes to make it easier to deal with them. The new chairman of the HoUse Labor Committee said in an interview that if unions and management are kept guessing over which technique might be employed by the government, that in itself would spur the parties to greater effort lowcrd a settlement. "If they don't know what might happen to them, lucres more of a tendency for them to settle their own troubles, McConnell said. . "I think the idea is fundamentally sound. No one yet has come up with a sure answer to handling these big strikes. And I think we should encourage the participants of these labor-management disputes to try to work out their own problems wherever possible. "Leaving the situation flexible to meet the varying conditions of each case would provide more leeway for (he interplay of human relations and might thus bring on more settlements and fewer strikes. A Lot of Ideas McConnell, eight years a House member, said he has a lot of ideas for rewriting the nations basif labor laws. But he said he hesitate* to express' them until his committee is fully organized and Bets down to work. Hearings on suggested changes to the Taft-Hartley law are tenta- lively set In both the Senate and House In early February. Sen. Taft (R-Ohlo) has said they will be "wide open. McConnell said the House hearings may last several monlhs, in a'thorough ailing of the whole problem. The House committee chairman said he favors retaining the cilirl injunction method, perhaps modified somewhat from the present provision in lha Tatt-Hariley Act, is one of 'the "tools" available to he President to handle the big, extraordinary strikes. But an Injunction may be unnecessary in many cases, he said. The law might also let. the President name a board of inquiry to recommend a settlement. Or the Chief Executive might ask Congress immediately for legislation to dea specifically with a threatened strike. McConnell indicated he was op posed to authorizing government seizure of strike-bound facilities. I Congress enacts such a law, he said, II should be separate fron the baste labor law. Crewmen Escape BREST, France (3>j—The captain and nine crewmen of the 600-ton Dutch coastal ship R. P. s. rescued today after they abandon ed their sinking vessel off France' west coast, a fishing boat reported NEW OI.DSMOBILE — Oldsmoblle's three series of cars for 1953 are scheduled to go on display here tomorrow at Horner-Wilson Motor Co. 309 East Main. Shown here U the Oldsmobile Super "88 ' four-door sedan. Also coming out tomorrow are the Oldsmobile Deluxe "88" nnd the "98." Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt Dies Noted I nternational , Social Figure Was 80 NEW YORK <??)— Mrs. Cornelius Vaiirierbilt, recognized leader of New York and Newport, R. I., society for lialf a century, died of pneumonia at her Fifth Avenue home last night after a long illness. Mrs. Vanderbilt, who was in her 80s, had been inactive In recent years but never lost her top social standing. She was the widow of Brig, Gen. Cornelius Vanderbilt, great, grandson ol Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt, founder of one of America's Breatest railroad empires with the New York Central as the keystone Gen, VanderbSU, who did not share his wife's fondness for socie- ty Jn his later years, died aboard his yacht in Biscayne Bay, Fla., In 1942. Mrs, Vanderbilt entertaind and was entertained by more members of European royal houses than any other woman in America. She was considere done of the Inst remnin- j links between the regal pre- World War I American society and the larger and more democratic post-world War II society. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Robert Livingston Stevens, the former Grace Vanderbilt, of Manhattan and Water Mill, N. Y., who was with her when she died; a. son, Cornelius Vandevbilt Jr., writer, publisher and traveler; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Another 'Roof Flight Planned Trumans to Get Welcome Home INDEPENDENCE, Mp. (i7>) —President Truman and his family will receive a hometown welcome Jan. 21 when they return from Washington. Mayor Robert P. Weatlierforrt Jr has appointed a committee of 50 to plan the affair, which has the approval of the President. Ptans call for a delegation to welcome the family upon arrival in Independence by train and provide an escort to the Truman home. Severn! hours later a dinner will be held to honor the Trumans. paper Aftenposten said today the Scandinavian Airlines System plans a trail-blazing flight across the North Pole to Japan next Nfay—the forerunner of a proposed regular commercial run between Oslo and Tokyo. Ihldfnst! Hold light! Hold ilie presses! Hold everything until you sec the headline car for '53! It's Oldsruobile's all-new Super "88" with an exciting new line-up of "power" features! A magnificent new "Rocket" Engine ... a higher-powered, higher-compression, higher- voltage, "Rocket" Engine . . . a "Rocket" to top all "Rockets"! iVciu Pedal-Ease Power Brakes* . . . with a low, light-pressure pedal for safer, faster, 40% easier stops! A'cio Poiccr Styling , . . long, graceful lines—bold new front end—brilliant new chrome trim! CM Poiccr Steering* lo Uclp you park, turn and maneuver with 80% less effort! Hydra- Malic Super Drive* for quick, sure delivery of new "Rocket" Engine pow'crl A'eio Poiccr-Ride Chassis —for new smoothness and readability! Frigidaire Car Conditioning*! Autronic-Eyc*! Luxurious new interiors? Plus llic widest selection of colors, inside and out, in Oldsmobile history! All in all, it's the "BIG FEATURE" car of the year , . . Super "88" Oldsmobile for 1953! It's on display ... in our showroom loday! AND A NEW 1953 ROCKEI II The "Rocket" Engine ts completely new! tlorttpowcr tiaxkccn boosted to 165, compres- *mn ratio raised la 8 lo I, and a revolutionary 12-vo!t ignition eyalcm has been i nil at ted I •NEW 1953 OLDSMOBILIS NOW ON DISPLAY AT YOUR OLDSMOftUI DEALER'S- HORNER-WILSON MOTOR CO. 309 E. MAIN NOW (N PROGRESS AT KELLEY'S We Waited Yes, we waited for you to shop other sales in order that you could shop and compare ... and be convinced of KELLEY'S GREATER JANUARY VALUES! All high quality merchandise . , , Come early for best selection . . . • January Clearance Ladies Shoes-in Famous Names You have never seen so many pretty shoes offered at such low prices . . . unless you remember last year when Kelley packed- them in at the Grand Opening. 3 BIG GROUPS AAA-AA and B Widths Car iUuttrattd atmti Super "8S" 4.0rx»r Sffnn. Neu, Clotilc ' tt new on diiptvy. A Crnfrol Afolw. To/u*. WITH A THRILLING 2 Pairs $3 2 Pairs $7 2 Pairs $10 All On Tables for Easy Selection! Ladies Nylons 1st Qualify —While They Last ACROBAT SHOES $ Our first time to reduce them—one large group 4 90 One Group Childrens Boots - - 3.90 One Group Children's Play Pal Shoes 2.37 Group Childrens & Ladies Honseshoes - $1 Reg. 55c&75cMens Socks - - 2prs.$l. Mens Work & Dress Boots, Sfe s 9.90 Jarman& Kingston Shoes For Men Over 300 Prs. - Up to 16.95 Values KELLEY'S "Your Friendly Shoe Store"

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