The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1946 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Case Bill Backers Debate Strategy President's Labor Policy Perplexes Advocates of Curbs i«y JOHN L. CDTTEK . liniled Pr*« SUff Correspondent WASHINGTON, '' J une ]3. — President Truinsn will veto his own em;r(jency strike coutroj W.\ if Coii- Kicss attaches the onciM-ejecl'ed Case -Labor Bill as a ridrr, it r.'ns •ported authoritatively today, A close Congressional friend of Use President said Mr. Truman would not only veto the whole ball of vr*x but would do .it wlfh fur nlorc forcefpl Janguagfe than hi; used,in sending the unsigned Case bill bacs 10 Congress two days a^o. Casiv bill advocated, apparently aware of the Preside'lt's attitude, still were undecided wliat to do about^ it after two successive days of strategy, conferences. Strong political meaicnie was involved • in the strategy considerations. . There was some sentiment tor mnkiijg the Case bill a rider on the emergency strike control measure ind using two-vetoes to nrirue thnt Mr. Truman is so biased ir. Iribor's fnvor^ 'that be -twice blocked Congressional efforts to reform union abuse's. The sentiment was. b.Yscd on :i feeling among- Case bill supporters that unless union powei-s me curbed there will be'a wove of suites and disturbances which would result in unfavorable public reaction ngaliist the Truman administration. OtHers argued, however, tha", al- Inchbn; the Case bill would g!vt> Mr. Truman a perfect setup to re- rapture labor support wh'.ch bolted against his request for emergency powers. It 'was argued that by the time the 19« Presidential eleeti<n rolls rtround the record,would show Hint Mr. Truman admittedly odkad.Cnn- gress--for emergency strike no-.vers at ajtime when rail and coil walkouts ^threatened industrla'. paralysis but never signed fiito law any measure actually reducing labor's hard- won "gains. The d*eis'i6h "whether to mergp f.he emergency nnd Case bills will be made next week. Meanwhile, the President's emergency, bill awaits n decision on procedure by the \J' J use Rules Committee. . Tl» emergency bill was niquestad ty Mr. Truman in a specinl np- iKarance before Congress at the hcur the rail strike was settled. 1hs Kouje promptly passed th'; measure to stunt the Govcinmerit'au- (hoiity to draft recalcitrant strikn-s, seize" Industry profits aiul iir,p.«e finus. 'and i Jail sentences on' strike leaders. It would apply.• bulv in GovernmentTselzed lndtut.iv ahd tor the reconversion period./V.O- i; * •--•.• Thje Senate took'out"thi"?iSrtiri seizure and draft power and sent ii bact-rto the House. Tliere th.r- matter jysts until Case bill ndvoi-sttcs deciifc on their strategy Trje Case bill, which Mr. Trumuri rejected, was intended ns a perma- nent.vrevisioh of general labor laws and ^would apply to all labo,- disputes, instead of only those In Oov- ernnjent-seized properties. It.would set up a new Federal medtation'rservice, Impose a C0-d:iy cooling off period in all labor disputes, outlaw foremen's unions nnd "rike violence and make unions liable t; ;::''. for breach of contvnut •' Read Courier News Want ASs more probably behind I he action of! lutes the American principle these "religious leaders picteiidlua uratlon of Church and Slab to represent 40,000.000 Americans." Bishop Defends Criticism of Taylor Mission NEW YOflK, June 13. tUP>--Dr. G. Bromley Oxrmm, Methodist bishop of New York, renewed '.oJny his criticism of continuance of i rep- reseiitutlvt 1 of the U. 3. Govnnnent at tile Vatican, contending lli.it rJSpellman knows the Roma:i C:itho- THURSDAY. JUNE 13, 104(5 e of sen " represent The Roman Cuthollc prolate referred to tSie visit to Washington by a Protestant group, headed by Bishop Oxnam, who usXed P.-esWeiit 'Human to recall Myron C. Tayinr. his personal representative ut tlie Vatican as soon as iho peace li-^atlcs are signed. One Killed, Another Hurt In Dynamite Explosion STUMPY POINT. N. C.. Junp 13. iU.P.)—One man >,vns dead lo- were Injured itay I;s : "lat-Caraauil | plosion two result violates tlie 'American principle of cepni'nUon of Church nnd Suite. Bishop Oxnnni Issued n new itatement after Francis Cnrdln.il fipelhmin iuagested yesterday nt Fordham University conimenci'ni'.'iil exercises that the "antl-CHlhollclrin -cp- lie Church does not believe In arntioii of Church uiul Stale." "Protestants do so Ue::eve." he said. "We desire religious liborly for every Homan Catholic, evcrv Jew. every Protestant. The respectful request for the termination of Mr. of a dynamite scissnograuhls ex- ex ploniilon boat in Pnmllco Sound ycslt'lday, The licsser dcntl man 'lillct, 6C. of uuliooded klansmoii sowing seeds Taylor's appointment!, .wns listed as Wnnchcse, lie the Injui'C'd were Ray 'Ihrelk- d itiui EHon Oiilloi). The three n wcro the only on the it when dynninllc exploded pie- turely as they ];rrp,'i>-ed to arrtiigcjncnt were to be discharged Inter. Arkansas Typographers Sleet Hot Springs Man HOT .SPRINGS. Ark., June 11 <UP)--New President of the Ark- they adoptod a resolution condemning ths practice during the newsprint shortage. Committee Okays Hike In Social Security Tax WASHINGTON. June 13 (Ul>» — •I jpogniphlcal Association ',Tlic House Ways and Means Com- was Waller Sharp of not mlttcc yesterday recommended a one-half per cent increase in the old-age Insurance tax on employers today Springs, following his election here at tiic group's conference. He was named to succeed Ted Ogg of Fort Smith. W. was r assocluib Wastng "propagu Rottimnn of Little Hock imcct secretary or the of da" paper press Complete Outfits lor the ; Little Stranger »nd fw .'. Lit He Folks up to 6 years •Choose Your Reading ;From Our Well Slocked LENDING LIBRARY TOTSHOP Phone ZJ08 105 South Second Tot YMI- Stanley's Household CteuiaK Chemicals, Furniture Cfeaacr, Wiiufaw Cleaner, Wood- w^rk Ckaaer Can • MRS. ALMA SCHERER I Rnidencc Fhwie U9 i:: lONE'S Beauty Shop is again open in temporary quarters !: • »t • 809 West Ash St. 3154 Jean's •UUTYSHOP for business ArfcantMH. Open 8 1o S. Open inifhts in handling releases for f u-ns strongly the typt>Ki'ui)licrs, and i THE BEAUTY CLINIC Marcartt Deeo Smith, Owner tO(raa Bldf. Phone SZ74 an<i employes, effective Jan 1. lone and cup-half |jer cent. The present tax Is one per cent I Tne rat e originally was scheduled on employes' pay and one per cent ^" Increase to 2.5 per cent OH Jan. on cinploycrs' payrolls. The com- '• ^"t was "frozen" at the existing mlttcc. afar prollngcd hearings, °»e per cent rate during the war decided to recommend that Con- years. 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