The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1949 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 2, 1949
Page 13
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PACK BLTTHEVILLE (AML) CODRIEK NEWS Burst of Strikes Seen by Experts Government Official* Say Nation May be in For Moro Walkout* WASHINGTON, June t—t/P)— Government offici«ls who keep tab on labor mat ten Mid yesterday the nation may be in for a lununer l»m of rtrikes. VFhey pointed to mounting union demand* for fourth round postwar wage boost*. Increasing employer resistance to added labor co»ts, and bargaining difficulties over Taft- Hartley Law provisions These authorities list Imminent negotiation* In th* coal, steel, automobile and maritime industries u crucial In determining If there will be labor peac« or strike conflict in t!i* month:, ahead. But a rash of smaller strikes could break out. too, they said privately. During the war government control! over wages led many small. « unions to expect they could get the "pattern" pay awards won by the larger unions. This tendency for the smaller unions to demand, and get, the "pattern " awards has continued to some e.\tent after the war. Most unions; got the ll-cent raise the big unions negotiated in 1««. The next year the pattern was about 15 cents, and In 1948 about 12 cents. Now, the experts s»y, collective bargaining results depend more and more on an employer's ability to pay or his own economic situation. So the variation among unions U widening all the time. A private labor relations advisory service recently estimated forth round wage Increases given so far average Just under < cents an hour. The surveys show a great many fourth round settlements without y pay boost at all. ohn L Lewis is starting contract lks for a soft coal industry agreement to succeed the one expiring at the end of this month. He reportedly wants a bigger welfare fund and shorter work wee 1 -. But he may run into trouble again with the Taft-Hartley law on his union shop arrangement Big fights are shaping up, too, hi new contract demands of Phillip Murray in the steel industry and Walter Reuther with Ford in the auto industry. These CIO leaders have contract talks starting soon. Government officials are particularly worried over the possibility of a shipping strike. Three CIO unions have contracts expiring June 15. Complicating the negotiations where Taft-Hartley law provisions are Issues will be the prospect that congress may change the law before adjourning for the summer. NOTICE TO CUDITOU Pursuant to BecUoa 1 of Act I of 1H5, notice ta hereby liven that Letters of Administration oa the EaUte of Raymond Bacllah, deceased, wtre issued to th* under' signed by the Judge of the Probate Court of aUuUtipp! County, In the State of Arkansas, on tea 1Mb day of May, !MI. All personi having claims against ild estate are therefor* notified to exhibit the same to the undersigned, properly authenticate, within six months from de*e of first publication of this notice or they shall be precluded from any benefit in said estate. Leone English, Lynn. Arkansas. D. Leonard Lingo, Attorney, Walnut Ridge, Arkansas. HAFFY THAT 'DEAD' SOLDIER LIVES—Mrs Mary Martlno smile ind hugs her two children, Lorraine, seven, and Edward, 11, in her home In Waterbury, Conn. (May 30) after hearing that her husband. Anthony V. Martino, listed as missing in action In Prance In 1944, Had turned up alive In New York City. Martino. working as a taxi driver, walked into an Army recrulling .station in New. York three weeks ago and asked about his status. He told officers his memory had a blank spot. A fingerprint test confirmed his identification. (Ap Wirephoto). War Contmband Cotton frequently U called contraband of war since it is the principal ingredient of .smokeless powder and, wher* it IB combined with nitric acid, produces a high explosive. School Officials Are Defendants In Racial Dispute LITTLE ROCK. June 21. <f, — bonway County school officials yesterday were accused of practicing discrimination against Negro pupils. The charges were made in a suit in Federal Court here against members oi the Conway County Board of Education. Litigation was filed bv T. M. White, F. C. Bycrs and John Singleton, trustees' of the center school district, and E. H. Parker. Ft. E. Mitchem and J. H. Perry, trustees of the Hickory Hill School Districts, both In Conway county. Thfi petition charges That the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution has been violated by the manner in which schools are maintained • in that county Eor Negro students. Plaintiffs asked the court to enjoin the defendants from maintaining schools for Negro' children inferior to those furnished white children. Defendants include F. M. Ramer. chairman of the County Board of Education, and school supervisor Custer Poteet. Conway County is northwest of Little Rock. Morrilton is the county seat. Old Book One of the world's most ancient books is a papyrus roll of 18 columns in Egyptian writing, now about 45 centuries old. according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. or more trade in allowance on youi oM washer, regardless of nuke or condition on a new BENDIX Automatic Washer This Is Your Chance for Real Savings—Come in Today HUBBARD&HOKE Appliance Co. KENTUCKY'S KEY TO HOSPITALITY It is worth noting that ONE genuine sour mash bourbon, naturally d&tjlled and aged on the same eiclusiTS family recipe since 1870, is First Choice among Keutuckians who know bourbon best. dYoMZGEPALO m Runny mode, floudwn County, Kwifuefcy DISTRIBUTING CO. 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