The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1951 · Page 4
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS So/ons Assailed for Encouraging Farmers to Withhold Cotton Crop WASHINGTON. Sept. 25. (AP) — President K. L, Mitchell ol (he AFL farm labor union yesterday accused 100 congressmen o( promoting a "scandalous wild-cat strike'.' by sign- Ing a statement urging farmers to withhold their 1951 cotton from the market for > higher price. "This Is an unprecedented plot to wreck our national economy in the hour of our greatest effort to combat communism." the larm empoy- ees' leader said in a statement. He added that "those 100 special- interest politicians have forcsaken their pledge to uphold the Constl tutton of the U.S. against economic encroachment by any selfish pressure group." Mitchell satri the group's advice lo farmers was in "absolute contradiction to and conspiracy against the spirit and motivation of the WHOOSH!—This paratrooper h just stepping from n plane In a training jump. Below him nrc the open 'chutes of other jumpers In the 187th Regimental combat team. Paratroopers in this outfit have been dropped into action twice during the Korean Wnr. (AP Wirephoto). National Defense Production Act" anrt Inquired: I "Can anyone imagine the charges! that would result from 100 congress-j men urging industrial or ngrlcultur-| al workers to go on a slUiown ori slowdown strike until they could get a higher wage . . .?" Labor Is Exploited Mitchell complained that while cotton interests arc pushing for "higher profits /or themselves" they are engaged in "the mast vicious practices of labor exploitation or slavery known In American history. lie said many Krcnvers arc using "wetback"—Illegal Immigrant—Mexican labor at as little as 20 and 25 cents an hour for cotton picking and paying only 50 cents to legally Imported workers, 'nils, he said, dis- places hundreds of thousands nf Americans "who cannot hold body and soul together in such a depressed slave market." Slalrmcnt Called "Unnecuwarj" Rep. McCarthy (D-Mlnni, In a statement incorporated In Hie farm labor union's release, called the 100 congressmen's statement "cither premature or unnecessary." He said farmers and their local organizations can be presumed to know about the availability of government loans which would help them hold back cotton If they wanted to do it, A warning from sncli a source as tile 100 congressmen might be necessary if prices were "seriously being depressed." McCarthy said, 'but he denied they arc so depressed. AFL Picks 19 Taft-Hartley Men Who 'Must Go' in '52 SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 25. (AP) —Nineteen U.S. senators, "the men who gave you Tail-Hartley," are. on the 1052 purge list of the'American Feiicrntlon of Labor. The AFfYfi 70lh national convention yesterday named the !9 as chief targets for defeat In next year's elections. Of the 19, five are Democrats —all from the south, rho AFL plans an 48.000,0011 52 campngin fund by assessing its 8.000.000 members $1 each—nnd another Sj.OOO.OOO with a penny a month from each. IH Are Listed Here are the 19 as' listed by Joseph D. Keenari, retiring director of AFL's labor league lor political education: Brewstcr (R-Mnlnc). Flanders 'H-VD. Mnilin en-Pal, Smith (H- N.J.), Williams CR-Del.), O'Cocvir (D-Md.). Ilyrd <O-Vn.>. Connnlly (D-Tcx.), Stcnnls (D-Mlss.), Hot- tanii (D-Fla.l. Brickcr (R-Ohio), Duller (R-. Neb:-.). Jcnncr <R-lml.), Kcm iR-l Mo.), McCarthy (R-Wls.). Cain c R- Wash), Eclon (R-Mont.>. Watkins (R-Utnh), and K n o w In n rt (R-! Calif.). I "These are the men that gave von the Taft-Hartlcy Law," Kcenuii said. "These are also the men who In most cases consistently voted against communism. Every last one of them is a sworn enemy of the broad social legislative program which labor espouse!." Men From South III! Kecnan called for special efforls to defeat the senators ho named from the South—which he described as an anti-labor "breeding ground." Kcenan advised — and the delegates agreed—that the convention keep a hands-off policy In the selection of presidential candidates. He told the convention: "We arc going to have an excellent chance to redeem the ground that we lost in 1850. "ff we do our Job right in 1952, our votes might even put In a liberal majority. However, I'm not bragging ahcnd of time. Tills you must remember: 1052 Is Just six years after 1940. None of us can tor- Bet that fateful 1916 election which put such a large number of anli- fabor. short-sighted senators In the Senate. This is the Taft-Hartley class. This Is the one that every labor man should come out to defeat." FROST . .. AND FAIR—Th« 7 wore them this way In the days of Nero, the movie scriptwriters say, so Jackie Frost, Anglo-Italian movie actress, wean this provocative gown In a movie being shot In Rome. Gown is claimed to be an exact copy of an ancient Roman court style. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1981 IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI , COUNTY. ARKANSAS Louis Welnberg, Ptf. vs. No. 11,188 C B. McFarland. et al ,Dlt. NOTICE TO OU1ET TITLE On August 20, 1951, Louis Weln- tterg filed suit to quiet title to the following described real estate In Mississippi County, Arkansas, In the above court and cause: • Lots 16, 17.18, 19 and 20. "Block . C". Smith Addition to the Town ; of Leachvllle. Arkansas, accord- Ing to plat, recorded In Plat Book 1, page 69. Circuit Clerk's office, Blytheville. Arkansas. All persons who claim any interest in said land or lien thereon. Including those defendants named in (he Complaint, to-wlt: C B. McFarland. Mrs. C. B. McFarland, unknown heirs at law of C B. McFarland, W B. Grady. Mrs. W. E. Ora- dy, unknown heirs at law of W. I. Grady; R. M. French, Mrs. Ida French; Fannie Taylor, Zona Taylor, J. L. Nance, Mary Harkey, p. R. McMillan, as surviving Trustees for the Pentecostal Holiness Church of Leachvllle. Arkansas: all other members of Pentecostal Holiness Church of Leachvllle, ArkansaV shall appear In the ajiove court and cause on October 12, 1951, and show cause why the title of Louis Weln- berg to said property should not bt confirmed. Witness my hand and seal as Clerk of said court on this August PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Besl Prices Kirby Drug Stores 20, 1951. Haj-vey Morris. Cleric By Ruth MagM D.O. Oscar Fendler. attorney for plain. VVm. S. Rader atty. ad Ultra. Membership IT IS TIME TO PAY YOUR DUES—1952 The American Legion has sponsored all north-while I.KGISI.A- T1ON that has been of benefit lo the ex-serviceman and bU family, such aa Education of Veterans, G. I. Loans. Our Four Main OBJECTIVES jf CHILD WELFARE COMMUNITY SERVICE REHABILITATION HOSPITAI.IZATION' TO PROTECT THESE BENEFITS. PAY YOUR DUES NOW DUD C'ASON POST S'O. 24 Paul Mahon, Commander. 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