The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 10, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 10, 1947
Page 9
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SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS VIIURSbAY, JUIyY 10, 1M7 Jap Reparations To Be Allocated , Allies to Get Payments Including Tools from < Conquered Arsenals -TOKYO, July 10. <UP>—Gen Douglas JvfnsAtlliur's headquarters announced today lhat allocation of the Jirst Japanese reparations to the' victorious allies will beein immediately. The parlial reparations payments will, include ivachlno' tools from former Japanese 'Army mid Navy arsenals End machinery from the synthetic rubber industry. "•Partial 'reparations allocations to* claimant nations of plants and equipment in excess of Japan's peacetime economic needs, in accordance with the policy directives of the EisU-rn Commission, •are now to be- started," the announcement s:\ici. • "lAlV'ert nation's authorized by Far E^s'.crn Commission dire:llves to participate in the first 30 per cent of Japanese rcpu'ations removals, will be invited lo submit their claims." Sur-reme Tlciulqunrlr-rs Slid tin iraehiiiery lo be Given the a.'tiet natlcn; will ';e taken from plant: clearly not required for the Indus ill;! rehabilitation of Jnimi to the level delcrjnlned' by the Far Epslern Ccrr.n'.taion. Reparations delegations from several countries arc in ) Japan preparing claims. They have not y received a list of the p'.nJils to allocated under today's announcement. New Cba I 'Contract Signed AFL Pledges Fight Against New Labor Act WASHINGTON. July 10. <UP)- Al-'b President William Green yesterday pledged an nll-out fisflu to repeal the Tuft-Hartley 'labor Inw and defeat Congressmen who voted Iff it. Orecn told Fome 200 top -AFf officials meeting here that the Riant labor organization "will never stoj) fighting until the Taf'<- Ifjrtlcy law is repealed. "The Tafl-llartlcy Jaw represents dclenninod attack on trade un- icns by our enemies," Green said. "It Is an attempt Ito render trade unions Impotent so that tlic \vorK- int; people of the nation uan ayntn be exploited." 'I'lio .AFL officials, leaders of every APfj national and international nnton, oix'ned a day-long conference bore ito draft a uniform aiu! concrntiMleil campaign against tli(-'| new labor law. | President John L. Lewis of the United Mine .Workers. (AFL) already hud fired a heavy blast at I Ihc act. I API. General Counsel Joseph A.! I'aclway told flic offlchls tbev' would "he belter off" if they elic.s^ to bypass ilie Taft-IIartley labor liuv and do on a fct'U-, lie!)) basis. lie -said that for some of tlv? smaller and weaker unions lhi> would be next to impossible but "for other unions...I am here to Ends European Cruise .Joe D. Hudgins, teamun first ciiiss, USN, son of Ebjci'l Hudglns of cHt. I, LuxoiM, has returned to Newport, fl. 1.. aboard the light cruiser USS Wllkes-Barre uftcr slate that they wou'd be better off If they'd bypass the act and do without It." Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Liirge Dividend Savings Low Net Cost Protection For Servile W. L. TAMKE 408 K. Davis 81., I'. O. Rut '131 Phone '4487 Hlfllicvlllc, Ark. four-months cruise in European atcrs, the Navy announced today. Hybrid Seed Cora GHOV/H FOB ARKANSAS See Your Centers OWtiNH TRACTOR CO. Illjiheville K. A. ClflMHlESS l^achvllle IIAItVKY SISTERS R.F.D., Leaohville MISSCO IMPi.KMKNT CO. Osceola IXK WILSON CO. Wilson The true frails of the stra'A berry are those tiny specks -we call seeds which arc Imbedded In the surface. Read Courier News Win I Ads. United Mine Workers President, John L-. Lewis, formally signs a new i J .vage contract with Northern and Midwestern Soft Coal Operators while Charles O'Neill, chairman 'of the Northern Operators Negotiating Committee, looks over his shoulder. The pact covers about 75 per cent of the soft ccal Industry and is effective Immediately. (NEA Telcphoto.i Violinist Rubinoff's Mother, 85, Fights Eviction Action by Him Dave July 10. (UP1 — Dave RuSinolT-s 85-yt'.ir-okl mother, asked CcnKnon Pleas Court ycslcr-| day t» K'.np the famed violinist 1 rom evicting her from her home lore. •Mrs. Libbic nubinoff cliarccd her ,nn, a slr.r of radio and slajie, lupod iier into signing over title her sevcn-rcom house to liitu and then advertised it for sale. She asked an injiuu'tion lo huit he sale. She nlso sought to have he de?d by wlilcli she turned over nvncrship of the house tjncwn old. Kubinnff said he was "practic-illy Wind." She s>id her son (old her the (ic.-d would not' Riven him ownership of I'nc property until she died. <Both Dave nnd his wife »s- CTircd her. she wild. Hint she could live In the home the rest of her life. Shortly after- she signed the rtivil I he fa re a notary public. Mrs. Rubinoff said s'ranncrs bc^nn visitiiv:| her place. When sire uskcd wliat they wanted, slip Mid she found thov were "prosncctive buyers." Throush her other children, the petition stilted, rtie learned tint Dave had ndvcrtised the property for sale with a promise of "immediate occm«ncy." Sbc said that whon rfie uskcd Dav^ lo explain his "notions rnr.duct." he assured her of his "Kood" intentions nnd jiromiscd stoo his efforts lo sell the property " However, she said, an Msent called at. her home Sunday and told hrr he had been "employed" Dave lo sell the hr.use. He asked, she said, how soon Hie buyer could move in. She llicii informed her son, she said, lhat rile could "no longer rely" on "IxViiiilscs and -.issiinuiccs"' nnt proceeded to Uikc leyal action. Her pillion gave her .son's address us Encino, Calif. * PHONE 1 524 I ABC |Cab Company! =J Courteous Service Arkansas' Outstanding ENTERTAINMENT Mississippi Co. Fairgrounds July 13, 2:30 p.m. Sponsored by DUD CASON POST 24 of the American Legion Admission 60c FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12- 48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver f'lione 69 Wrist, pocket, and fob watches are restored to buauty and usefulness with our fine repair service. The finest replacement pa i 1 Is used, and reasonable prices charged for ilepun- able workmansliip. You get the finished product when we promise it—no delays. 7 DAY SERVICE Pot O'Bryant JEWELER Main at Se;-)nd I'hono 32G Wifson Auto Service Second und Ash Streets —Dial 2611 — Dial 2611 — G. E. Vacuum Cleaning For All Cars. Let Us Clean Your Car! Ncoprcnc Tubes, Made by the Makers of Famous PHARIS TIRES. Neoprenc tubes ore better 7 different ways! Expert Washing and Lubricating STANDARD ESSO GAS and OILS Homer V/i/son, Owner & Mgr. iGROCERY 'MARKET 211 So. First St. Free Delivery Plenty of Parking Space LAHGE SWEKT Lb. 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