The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 15, 1947
Page 2
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««>AGE TWO BI/rniEVlLLE, ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, MAY l.'i, 1MV THUKSDAY, MAY 13, UMY State Ms New *X f •• •»"" L-A. .- -^ - L ' . '. Dismissal of Harrison ; Men Sougbt; to Study ; Service Resumption IARRTSON, ArK 'Mis 15. (UPI- Ti o Etatp of Arkpusa 1 ;, yesterdny o« ced Federal Judge John E. Miller to dismiss d C Alexander and W. Wnlker of Harrispii as receivers f o ' the strikebound' Missouri and /GC Approves Deo/to SeJ/ Pullman Cars 24 Cancer Coses Through State Reported in Week lA'lll.y. HCGK. Ark., Mny 15. '(UP)—Tlie incidence of euncer in porting one case each vrerjp. Clark,' rawford. Qurlnnd; Jefferson anil dcvier counties. The \veukly morbidity report; also revealed lour cases of. dlpl)tl)eria Arkansas losl week, two. in Lee County and one each In Missls- ;lppl iuid PuUisW counties. Total tuse.s for Hie year reached S5, which wjig 50 less thfin hi Hie e iietfod ift . e^':^ere np- purpose' of king -the . railroad, the Stale J po nted for the' solo ju jt|a'ir • - iar ai«l cqnipel'enl receivers. The men were named last Feb. 14 • foltawlhg' a-'pelition filed by M. P. G»{ss5 v ,nnd .Saul . Frankcl, Eastern stockholders. . '; -. . i The request was in a petition filed in the Western District of Federal Ccnrl 'here ,by Speeinl Attorney C.i'neral Eugene Warren. Tt follow- ri' 'don Terence' Monday in the car servicine business, Two ' ICC examiners had recom- neiided commission approval. Ac- liijsltion of the I'ullumii Company by the same group previously had been approved by Hie supreme Court. The ICC said the • evidence .supported "n finding that operations of the sleeping car business by a agency (set up I)) 1 'be 59 roads) would afford belter .service to tlie public than either Individual operation or division of the business among two or more sleep- Ing ear companies." A. F. of L. President Seeks End of Movie Labor flows ed tlie previous week end brought tlie yrar':; total .to 10.: cases. A total of 83 cases were reported tli< mi time last year. 1' Comity led the Mate las week will) id rases followed b: Union Count v with .seven i'lid In dependence County with two. He of: ice'of Ally. Gen. Guy E. Williams of -intercslc'rt persons alone the line and various state agencies. The stale also asked Judge Miller to direct the receivers to make a study to determine the advisibility of further operations of the short- -ime road. "The defendant, corporation owes a solemn duty lei the.Stale ol Arkansas and the citizens too continue its operations as a railroad company until such time as it can show affirmatively and conclusively that such operations will result in a continued operating loss," the. petition said. : '. . It also stated tlia't the operations of Ihe railroad were discontinued last September "under the cloak and <ii5giuse".of having been forced by a strike of, its employes. Tho petition continued, however, that "a cessation and discontinuance of operations had been dcsh'- cd " by the owners before the strike.- The Slate charged ' further thai the present owner* ."have no intention of attempting to resume operations.•. .and had no intention of operating at the time of purchase. but made said .purchase solely loi the purpose of taking advantage o! a 'spectacular' rise in the market * price of scrap steel." , The Slate charged that the rail. road can be operated_ ru\"a; under proper maiiasertjent by,, per sons who are "s'uieer.e" in their et forts to serve the .public and wll not attempt to,'slHp'thp road fo personal benefit*'' ', •" nonnesting tlie. receivers be re moved, the State "such recelvei are mere ins^riurn-ntalities. .. ,?nc are not independent agents mot vated by the virge to fulfill fi-pub lie'duty' or to serve as iinparlla officers of this court." Meanwhile ii\3 Little Rock, Williams said lhai. regardless ot the outcome of lift petition the,,.£'tatp.. will file brlei^ witji the Inieralale Commerce Commission bnfoVg'june 2. Tile petition. 1 however, asked that the couCt- order' tlie ICC lo delay further V proceedings on the request for abandonment. ' WASHINGTON, May 15. lUI President William Green of the Ainerican Federation of Labor today orderrd into effect Immediate- ly'a plan de.slsned to eliminate jur- isUicllotml disputes in the motion picture Industry. Cireen said II! AFL unions operating in Hollywood have nameil a live-member committee to dralL a program "providmi, for the peacr- llll .settlement. 1 ' of all future juris- clioiiul strikes in the movie K-,\>\I. Air Crash Fatal for Six TOKYO, May 15. (UP) —Fifth AJrforcc Headquarters announced today that six men were killed May C when a U.S. Army C-46 crashed into a mountainside near Kagos- liUna liny Cause of. the crash was AIR cliAhll Fatal For Six 12 .... 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