The Times Herald from Port Huron, Michigan on May 13, 1956 · Page 15
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The Times Herald from Port Huron, Michigan · Page 15

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TWIS HERALD WANT ADS - YU 5-717! TK1 PCST NCSON TIMtf HSXALD jBNDAY, MAY l, 1936 l. , r - . ' ' ' " I - " IT ' 1 Tornado Damage In Flint i n. U "v! i i ,- X. 1 Search through debris Neighbors of Fred Jonei, 2125 Christner street, Flint, probe through his tornado-damaged home. Man In cheeked shirt stands in the bedroom where the family escaped injury. It was the only portion of the house that wasn't dam-aged. (AP Wirephoto) JU t -'W'jA-'-v V-.;' ilnL I I A -1.. ' 1- i I f ! ' Tornado Damage The remains of a truck trailer lay in rubble at right and the skeleton of the' Quality Furniture company building at left are shown after one of several tornadoes passed through the Flint area Saturday night. (AP Wirephoto) - U3tTiiw jrTai i'ii&ffciirjt Seeks Curb On Secondary Boycotts major loopholes have been found to make the law's secondary boycott prohibitions ineffective." He defined the secondary boy- Washington, May 12 AP Sen. Hartley Law "to stop all second-; while Congress thought it had Curtis (R-Neb) ssid Saturday hejary boycotts and end .organiza- ended secondary boycotts when it cott as "a weapon used by labor win imroauce in me senate Mon-.tionai and recognition picketing'jpassed the Taft-Hartley labor- union officials to put pressure on There are 20V4 souara miloa ia day an amendment to the Taft-, Curtis said in a statement that management act in 1947, "enough! neutral third parties to compel' the islsnd of Bermuda. them to assist la forcing workmen to join a union against their will or to help a union win disputes with another employer." , 1 ' . ; WILLOW DRIVE, which skirts the Grand river near Grand Rapids, was covered with more than two feet of water Friday morning. Residents who remained despite warnings of ever higher levels used the road as a boating channel to get in and out of the area. A. A. Krzykwa and his wife are shown evacuating their children by motorboat (AP Wirephoto) ft r . -T .. ' ,L ' " J i-'f 1 1 .. I f 'ir n .. m 'III i,MMI."WlliF.Ai-'W " fc.s1 THIS DOG had only a tiny mound of dry land on which to roost at a home on Willow drive In Grand Rapids. Rising flood waters Friday morning threatened to reduce it even further. The family who lived at the home has moved out in the face of the flood, neighbors said, returning daily to feed the dog. (AP Wirephoto) wMsry 5 ? r III - ! . 1 "s : 'i 4 S3X'7 4 ' THIS IS ALL that remained of a garage, filling station and restaurant after one of several tornadoes struck Flint lat Saturday. (AP Wirt photo) J ..'S.-v , v 4 i r r. S . VI W t- I Your job is more secure . . . ... because of advertising Look at th hundreds of odvortistmtnts in today's work for garages and service stations ; : : more work paper. There are ads that sell cars, refrigerators, for grocery stores, barber shops, banks and other clothing and new homes. And every time an ad helps businesses right here in this town, sell something, it helps make your job more secure, gonce m this vast system is your job. It depend Take cars, for instance. A new car sold means a lot on the American system of making and selling mil- , ' more than money in the bank for a local dealer. Every lions of items every day. By helping to sell all kinda sale spreads employment benefits all over the country of things to all kinds of people, the advertising is more work for Detroit factory workers ... moro this newspaper benefit you! Prtpartd y Iht Promotion Department of Th Det Moinn Rrguttr and Tribun for tht ADVERTISING FEDERATION Of AMERICA. The Port- Huron Times Herald .it

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