The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1944 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 27, 1944
Page 3
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, SEPTEJfBER 27, 1944 ,i \V Right To Work Law Is Sought Voters Will Decide Whether Closed Shop Will Be Outlawed" LITTLE ROCK, Sept/27 _ Jobs in some of Arkansas' biggest in- ciustrlcs could be made "oul of bounds" for our returning men and women war veterans due to present. omissions In state laws, according to a statement released tliis week by sponsors of the Freedom to Work conslituional amendment, The proposed amendment, placed on the Nov. 7 ballot by the formal request of more than 15,090 citizens remedies this situation by outlawing Ihe 'closed shop, with Die enactment of (he amendment t! )e sponsors' statement said, "no industry in Arkansas would be 'forced o make a contract barring American workers (civilians or veterans) who could not afford to nay large "joining" fees and who refused (o accept the principle of paying for the right lo work'!" The statement was issued by the Constitutional Amendment Comin lice Hall Building, Little Rock, whic Invas selected by the amend- mcnts sponsors to direct the slate- Wide campaign on uehnlf or tile (imendment's passage. ' ' ' "The best explanation or the amendment's provisions," said the statement, "is that It simply guarantees that our retiirhlng service men and women—and, pf course our American civilian citizens too— will have the right Id work, the freedom to work, without, having to pay financial tribute and obedience to any organization O r Individual nut required by the Constitution or |)i e United States or of the State pf Arkansas.' The amendment will appear on the Nov. 7 ballot as Freedom To Work Amendment No. 35. Walnut Ridge Child Killed Under Auto WALNUT RIDGE, Ark., Sept. 27 (UP)—Nine year o|d Jlminy Mills of Walnut nidpe was accidentally hilled Monday when an 'automobile under which he wns pln' fell on him. A service' cgmpnny hud been called to repair a Hat tire and had Jacked lip ihe car In (lie yard at the Mills home while the tire was taken down town for repairs. Young Mills. is survived by his father, T. N. Mills,- superintendent of Hoxic 'Schools,. and his moth-' er, a tracher in Ho.vlc Schools. Read Courier Newj.Want Ao>. (ARK.) COUBIB8 NEWS Budd Appeals Conviction in Teacher's Death MTTLK ROCK, Sept. 27 (U.I'.)—' E. A. iSudd, FaycUeylllc lumberman- who 'was convicted of voluntary inanslauBliler !n Washington County July IQth and sentenced t<j\fivo years, has filed an appeal with the Arkansas Supreme Court. Burid was convicted (or Ihe slay- Ing of 42-ycur-old Miss Norma Smith, a former Fiiyetteyille scho-jl teacher, Prosecuting attorney Jeff Dfity of Uogers charged during the trial that Miss' Smith died from Injuries received during an altercation with Build March 27. Budd's lawyers claim they were not allowed to Inlrodnec evidence whl:h would have shown Ihat (lie victim was suffering from a brain tumor at the lime of her death. The Supreme Court, after a sutu- mcr recess which began July 20. took under submission 12 appeals when It reconvened Monday. Decisions on the 12 cases may be returned Monday. Included !» the 'cases lakcn under submission was that of I.evi Cliugham, .West Memphis Neyro. Cllnglini.ii was sentenced to death by a .CrlUomldn County circuit court for the fatal stating of Deputy Sheriff Hoy Curtis of West Memphis last February. Tax Exemption Ru/ing Is Given By Williams \ LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 27 (U.I'.)— Attorney General OuyE. Williams lias tovicd an opinion that only when property Is used exclusively for public purposes Is property owned by an improvement district exempt from comity and stale taxes. J. A. Reed of Devalls Bluff ask- i'd If land L-oughl by '"an Improvement district for non-payment of laxes is subject to county <md state (axes if (he land has been leared and valuable renlats rirc lni! palo to the district for its use. • • Attorney general says (hat slne.c HIP liuul Is held for the wain'|J'ir'- poso of renting, it is subject 1 to' Uii comity niul sliiic taxes. lie also saw (hat If the land of the district ue leased the 'lease may he taxed, whether the land be taxable or not. Election Date Changed RENTONVILLE, Ark., Sept. 27 (UPi—The dale for the Uenton County local option election on (e- ttnl sale and manufacture.of liquor lias been changed. The scheduled election will nyw-be held OcKibcr 1 Instead of October 2-1. Comity Judg. Joseiili ueaslcy ' issued the orde changing'the dale: NOTICK 01-' CLAIM Un)tf r <l ^Stales Hoj.a.ilment or'the interior, Cleneral Land 'OflU'e. Washington 2.1, i). c. Notu-e Is hereby given Ihat Drainage Dlsd-ict No. 17, of JMytliovllli* A kansas. has (lied ' aiipllcalloii 01810, 0. L, o. series, under sci'lloji i O. 1 t'.w act or February 28, 1020 W Stjit, MJO), lo pyrcjmae lx)ts 1 2, 3 ami i sec. 1; wii Uli Sec 11 T. 16'N;. li. 0 E,, 5t)i f.'. M,, Aikan' " sas. All persons claiming the land adversely will bo ' Allowed milll Oclo- Iter-lB. 104-t; lo Illo In '(Ills orn'cc their objections to 1 ho' issuance of .a i'utoiu under t) w iiforcsaVd' aiipll- ' '"1" . CIU101I. Thos. 0. Howcll, . . , AclhiK Assistant Commissioner .--- CH3..20-27,-10,4-ll I'ants his suits to haveVcustoin-ttiilorcd airy • nil finished m> \viih nicety and carc> jrX *^ /'^ • *-'t i • •' '• ^P (as whoxlpes'not?) liis war-time budget stable, JHa'd best>cly''for ALL liis cl'otlic's, on l > cnncy's'To(vnc!ad hbcl. ; . Color Excitement! SOFTIE BAR HATS Debonair curl-toppers, A .98 cloud-soft wool Tell, 1 qullictl or veiled. ' Pastel Loveliness! AH Wool SWEATERS Cardigans and slipovers that match— soft .dainty wool! f They're Arllon-Invfng! 'ALL SKIRTS Solid colored wool crepes ^.f> and; mixtures. In the Casual Manner! WOOL JACKETS Masterfully fitted or ^.rj boxy models. Husky ft tweeds or two-tones. , Just Received 9-Foot 9.46 Oz. Grade A Duck PICK SACKS 1 Only A Few! Masterful TOWN-CLAD* Toiloring Single and double-breasted. .Collars hug (.he neck—Coat front and armpits stay smooth- firm rolling lapels. 'Medium drape, or striiight- er hues! All wool worsteds'in plaids, oslids, and almost every : kimLgt' stripe! Young Men's AM-Wool SPORT .COAT In soft solid tan, blue, cocoa—brist herringbones and novelty weaves Straight line and fitted models, as you prefer! • ' Fine Fur Pelf MARAtH.ON* HATS! Handsomely pro-blocked in popular shapes! Welt-edged or bound brims. Narrow, medium, wide bands. Comfortable SLACKS Plain gabardine and twill, fancy soft weave plaids and checks! Good, husky jS8 fabrics all! ' Sporrclad* SWEATERS All-wool slipoycrs vtlth v .or crew neck, perfect "or Kolflng pr; under, coats. Piincy check «.S8 clpth-fronts. 3C-40. X J''m Penney* SWEATERS Slipovers, plain and rancy. «wit sweaters. Suede-clotli fronts! Size 8 to 10 SHOES for MEN & YOUtslG MEN TowiicraU' Quality. Plain black dress oxfords. Fancy perforated and moccasin toes in antiqued brown for everyday wear. TOWNCRAFT* Deluxe Long-Wearing OXFORDS Conservative or snappy'models in Black and Army Kussctt Anliq.ue. Takes a (rood polish. ^V^^yfiS^ ST^^ot^.^uy'^' HaYea^Coke"=Otli<:hn6! , (SWL'IX!) ...a way to fate with a Russian sailor In west coast potts, newly-arrived Russian suitors encounter » familiar American greeting. It's the hearty ll,ive ,t "Coke" of a Yankee tar. . . und tlie Russian smiles as he replies, Qllich, IU ! h, lutt.ny lands arojind ihe glob.e, Coca-Cola is spreading the custom of tl,e t , llu ,e that refreshes,-\ w become (lie b,,j,j,y i nlro . cluction between frkMidly-mindcd folks, jnst us it is when served in ym.r home; BOTTLED. UMDER AUIHORUY OF HIE COCA-COIA CO/kt.CAMr it COCA-COLA' BOITLING CO. d BLYTHEVIIIE •"Cdkc''=Coca-Cola ' U'a t\auinil for popul ir nnmcs lo ncqulrc frlnully nbbr^vw- 1 (Ions; Tlini'b uliy yon liiat / Coca-Cola cnKpl "Coke". IASI DAY FOR PAYMENT OF SIATE AND COUNTY TAX ON REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY WITHOUT PENALTY DRAINAGE TAXES ARE ALSO DUE NOW! — September 30 Is Deadline for Payment on Poll Tax HALE JACKSON SHERIFF AND EX-OFFICIO COLLECTOR To Be Able to Vote at the General Election You MiistPqy' Your Poll Tax By September 30th

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