The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 28, 1953 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO Compromise Is Reached On State Employment Security Law Revision LITTLE ROCK .1*1 — Arkansas Labor Commissioner Joe Cash Bays » compromise has been reached on a proposed amendment to state employment security laws. The proposed legislation, SB5I, was Introduced by Sen. Ellis Fagan of Lltlle Rock and had been circulated by.tlie Arkansas Economic Councti-Stale Chamber of Commerce, . Organized labor had pledged (o fight the bill when It wns reviewed by a Senate committee. However, Cash said last night that a 6-man work committee of labor, management and Employment Security Division representatives liad- "worked in perfect liarmony" to compromise on con- troversial Issues In the bill. He did not detail the agreements, Lee Tucker, regional director of the CIO, had termed the bill "flagrant discrimination against the working people." The sections of the proposed measure, drafted following a series of meetings sponsored by the Arkansas Economic Council . stale Chamber of Commerce, which labor specifically opposed included: A provision that an employe must be "morally" as well as mentally ami ptiyslcnlly lit to work In order to draw compensation. A stipulation tlml any person who quits work without "Just cause" can't draw benefits, British Jet Bomber Sets New Bhgland-to-Australia Record D'ARWIN, Australia (*—Britain's Canberra jet bomber, already the conqueror of Atlantic speed records, ; rucked up a new official Engla'nd-to-Australia mark today. The speedy twin-jet whizzec down at this f^orlh Australian port at 4:07 p.m. (U37 a.m., EST), just 22 hours and 1 minute afte leaving London. Its actual flying time for the 8,C08-mile trip—unofficial so far- was 19 hours and 1 minute. This more than halved (he previous official record listed with the British .Air Ministry of 45 hours 35 minutes, clocked by a four- engine Lancaster bomber in August, 1946. It also bested the 19 hours 12 Grandma Gave Girls the Cue LOS ANGELES (/P).— Gun girls have committed at least seven holdups In the Los Angeles area the last week, police report. ' In the latest, at a Compton liquor store yesterday, Clarence Schnclker said a woman about 30, wearing a red scarf over her hair, pulled a pistol from her pocket nnd ; commanded: "Put your hands behind your back and lie on the floor." Then she asked if he was married or single and warned: "If you value your life .don't move a muscle until I get clear."'She departed with tlM. . . }. Red Agents Executed TAIPEH, Formosa (fft— Six Convicted as Communist agents were executed in Talpeh loday, bringing .the total since Nov. 20 to 85. '- minutes flyliiK time In which another Canberra jet made (he trip last March la. but that flight was not clocked officially and the plnnc en route slopped over In Singapore for 48 hours. A two-man Royal Air Force clew on today's flight wns Flight u. Leslie Morris Whlttliiffton, 29 and it veteran test pilot,' and his navigator, Flight Lt. John Anthony Brown, 30. They Icfl London yesterday at 8:36 a.m. British time (3:3C a m Tuesday, EST) and stopped en route three times for fuel — nt Fnyld, in the Suez Cannl zone; nt Karachi, capital of Pakistan and In Singapore, in all they spent only three hours on the ground, the longest stay an hour and 16 minutes in Karachi, En route they also collected another official record, eclipsing the 3ld London-to-Knrachi mark. Their :lme of 18 hours 53 minutes bet- :ercd a previous record of 15 hours 18 minutes for the 3,021-mile run set in May, 104D, by a Sea Fury. The British Ministry of Supply, In 1 'announcing the trip yesterday, stressed that the record try was only a secondary mission. The. plane, they explained, Is destined for secret experimental work nt the Commonwealth Guided Missile •<nd Rocket Testing Ranges at Woomcrn, In the heart of the Australian desert. Another Canberra — the craft Is the world's first twin-jet bomber— conquered the Atlantic last Aug. 26. That day the bomber made the Irst double crossing between sun- ris'e and-sunset, from Ireland to Newfoundland and back, and set a new easl-to-west mark in the process. (The pilot refused to disclose the BLYTHEVILI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS _ POLIO Vt CT | rs REUNITED-Even though they arc still in iron" Jungs. Dr. uml Mrs. Thomas A. Mlchicls, of Chicago, are happy to be together again. Stricken last October, each was admitted to a different hospital. The 31-year-old clcntisl has recovered suIH- cjsntly to need only Die aid of a portable iron liing. ant) has been allowed to join his wife. One of the couple's two children is also a polio victim. ' . , CAT O' NINE TAILS—Betty Biami, of Chicago,,above, shows on her unusually well-endowed cat, which has one tail for each of its nine lives. Ribbons mark location of the tails, which extend the length of the unusual feline's spine. WEDNESDAY, JAN. tt, IMS Arkansas News Briefs— No Recommendation Is Given On Repeal of Irrigation Law By Tlie Associated Press LITTLE ROCK — A House Agriculture Committee declined last night to Uuse a recommendation on the proposed repeal of an Arkansas law establishing the right of eminent domain U> private Irrigations companies. The bill was introduced by Rep. John Bethel of Prairie County and would repeal a 1309 law allowing irrigation films to claim property for public use. Sen. W. E. Fletcher of Scott, Ark., co-author of the bill, appeared In support of the bill. He said the law could be abused by private irrigation films. State FFA Winners Get LITTLE ROCK — Four Arkansas youths received checks for $100 at'a recognition dinner here lost night as top winners in a Future Farmers of America contest. Tliey are Kenneth Pcttingill of t'lummervllle, first winner In the conservation division; John Morton of Salem, dairy farming; Tom Henry Burgess of Pottsville, electrification, and Charles Chandler of Warren, farm mechanics. Fifty-four other FFA members received prizes for outstanding farm achievements in 1052 at the dinner attended by some 200 delegates. Increased Cotton Consumption Urged "c, DALLAS — The National Cotton Council yesterday called for Increased cotton consumption at the closing session of Its two-day meeting. Dr. Charles Sayre, Mississippi planter, said in a speech that cotton exports must, be boosted by 1,500.00 bales by Oct. 15 if leclerni acreage quotas are to be avoided'in 1954. the delegates unanimously adopted resolutions calling tor free trade policies and a global campaign to raise consumption of cotton textiles. • Trimble Wants Survey of Darn Site WASHINGTON — The House Public Works Committee will hear next week a request by Rep. James W. Trimble (D-Ark.) that army engineers make a preliminary survey of a proposed multiple purpose dam and reservoir on the Illinois River near Siloam Springs, Ark. Trimble is a member at the Committee, which organized yesterday. The dam has been proposed as a combination flood control, power, recreation and water supply project. Mamie Starts 'Mother' Drive WASHINGTON (fft-^Mrs. Dwlght D, Elsenhower last night made the first contribution to the "Mothers' March on Polio" drive now under way throughout the nation, This drJve Is' part of the 1953 March of Dimes campaign to raise funds for the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. The new first lady gave a slo contribution for herself and another "Change of Life Made Me Scream at My Husband" wrllei Mn. » W., Niw Y«rV M. Y, "Now I ilim't luffvr from 'hoi Aa*tira' and lUTt'oiieTU-ti— ftel fine," the aildi, • If you. too. are suffering from the irritable, restless Jeclings and hot flashes of change of life—listen! la tests by doctors Lydla Pinkham's Compound and Tablets gave relief of such functionally-caused distress In 63% and 80% (respectively) of the cases! Complete or striking relie/l Yes! Research has proved these medicines thoroughly modern In tile relief they give from those nervous, "out of Boris" feelings of mid-life "change"! 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