The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1951 · Page 7
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 19B1 AFL Readies Political Eye For '52 Vote * Delegates Take * Role of League For Big Role BAN KRANCISCO, Sept. 24. W}— The AFL today took up one of its major problems—plans for the 1952 elections. Convention delegates a-ssumed the role of a political league, and . went about the Job of framing a program ol action for getting the AFL's friends elected to Congress. That is the big goal, the political league leaders admit^although the Presidential race will attract mcst attention. Such important political figures in the convention as Dave Beck, the wast coast teamster boss, are insisting that the AFL should not tie itself in the future to any party —that the labor groups should pick and choose their candidates on the bs.sis ol performance or platforms. View Is Shared The same view is shared by other AFL leaders who in the past have leaned heavily toward the Democratic Party, whether this deviation of viewpoint now means that the AFL will break its friendly relations with most Democratic slates jT^with the traditional exception of Jph AFL leaders as "Big Bill" mitcheson of the carpenters — remains to be seen. Because Beck's views probably are representative ot most delegates' what he had to say about General Dwight D. Eisenhower and other potential candidates Is interesting. The Seattle leader said labor organizations should not yet commit themselves to the military hero because "we don't know where he stands on many domestic issues." • In that connection, the American Federationist, the monthly AFL publication, has asked Eisenhower) to declare himself on these Issues. A reply is awaited daily. NOTICE WHEREAS. Act 281 of the Acts uf the General Assembly of the State of Arkansas for 1941 provides an alternative system for assessing benefit* and levying and collecting taxes in levee districts which em- ' brace parti of more than one county: and WHEREAS, Section 15 of said Act provides that the Act shall not be in force as to any district until a proper resolution to that effect Is adopted by the Board of Directors of § e district, and a copy of such res- ition is published in a newspaper in each county, which or a part of which, is embraced in the levee dis trict; and WHEREAS, it would be for the best Interest of the St. Francis/Levee • District of Arkansas that the provisions of this alternative system be made applicable to said district NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors St. Francis Levee District of Arkansas, that the alternative system for assessing benefits and levying and collecting taxes as provided by Act 287 of the Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Arkansa for 1941 be adopted by the St Fran cis Levee District of Arkansas Be it further resolved, that a copy of this resolution be published in a newspaper in each county which, or part of which, is embraced In the St. Francis Levee District of Arkansas. CERTIFICATE I, W. O. Byler, the undersigned Secretary and Treasurer of tnt Board of Directors, St. Francis Le- Dlstrict of Arkansas and cu , Ad Ian of the records of said Board BLYTHEVLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS LITTLEST AIRMAN —Little but ready is Pvt. Richard Mackey of Miami, Fla., a new recruit at Lackland Air Fore* Base, Tex. The four-foot, seven- inch airman is 20 years old and weighs 103 pounds. A special waiver from Washington enabled hini to enter service. Find, ing no uniforms small enough for their smallest recruit, the Air Force ordered a special outfit costing about $309. do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true, correct and compared copy of a resolution adopted by said Board at its Annual Meeting, held in the office of the Board at West Memphis, Arkansas, on the 10th day of July, 1051, A. D. W. O. Byler, Secretary-Treasurer • 9124151 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court. Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Philip Farrice, ptf. vs. • No. 11,803 Josephine Farrice, Dft. The defendant, Josephine rarrtce. is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the .court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Phttp Farrice. Dated this 7 day of Sept., 1951. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Ruth Mafee, D. O. Gene Bradley, atty. for pltf. C. F. Cooper, atty. ad litem. 9[10-17-24-10|l Gregory Peck Believes Money Also Important it In frozen money overseas." But I looked up , TO ;iie of ills other pictures, I found Ihat on Variety's list of film receipts for the U. S. and Canada nlone, "Duel in the Sun" Is listed as earning $10,000.000; "The Yearlings" $5,250,000; "Spellbound" $1076,000; "Valley of By BOB THOMAS . HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 24. (ff,~ You can't help liking Gregory Peck. I kept thinking that as I watched him on the set of "World in His Arms," It was a hot September day on the U-I back lot. 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