The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1947 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, JULY 17, ]9'7. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.l COURIER NEWS PAGE THRfeJfi He Was Thinking of Russia Bring Dismissals Ford Motor Company Fires 32 Foremen As Result of Strike DETROIT. July 17. <UP>—T'le Ford Motor Company today discharged 32 foremen accused of! "acts of vio'ciice 'and 'terrorism"! diirin(t the recent 47-day strike of' the Foremen's Asso<?hition of The stoppage .involving 3.800 FAA nu-'.beis jv 'lureo lai'ije Dn- troit tireM Ford p'ant.s, ended July l> after failing in its objective of ollalning a. new. >lil:ei'ali/.'.'il contrail between Hie cor.:patiy and I he union. •As a result or the strike. Ford broke off a'l relations \\il\\ thu foremen's association. John S. Lhtyj's, For<l vice |:re.>i- dent and director of industrial relations, said the 32 foremen vet a dismissed "followinu a hearing and after cereful investigation of veri- fifd reports by ircn'.bers of company supervision who were attacked when (hey refused to ioive Ihpir jobs." He .said .it WP.S "all the disciplinary action that is contemplated" J:iid reiterated that "no discrimination of ar.y kind will be shown asMinst anyone for \Rf,y. participation in the foremen's strike." 'Bu^as cited "flagrant, incidents of violence" which he; said involved alacks en iFAA "goon squads" against non-striking .supervisory employes. He said one foreman was <t- lacked by a firoup of .strikers, beaten bjdly and one of his arms jiul'ed from its shr,uldei- socket. Annlher was pulled from his machine. kC'ilcn severely and thrown down 11 flight of .steps, he said. 'In stili ancther 'instance. "Hildas reported, three foremen \vere ambushed or. their way to work, pulled frcm their car and bciton with clu';s. Keren stitches were recmired lo close -\ face wound suffered by one of them. Governors' Conference In Utah Ends £AL,T LAKE OITY. July 11. (OP)—Most of America's governors IjewJme tonvlsts loilay afler oihl- Int! Iheir 39lh nnntml conference by adopting major resolutions that: 1 — Culled for si iioii-partKin American foreign policy that presents .Hie United Slates to Hie world "as M couulry tlml yi'CKS peace" and "us the bulwark' of Human freedom." 2—Kxprcssed their "faith inul xvnficienre" In Secretary of Stale George C. Mur.sha'l. 3—'Afked for eniiotmenl of w |)lnn of universal tasic mililary .mining. 4—Sup)X)iled statehood recnicsts uy li-Awidi mid Alaska. 5—Requested -more apiircprli- ticns lor self-Uqiiidnlini; r«:lnmn- lion funds. G -Advocated confji'fl'tiiimnl nc- tiun "ucknowlcdi;ln(; and confiim- inu" slates' 'title -to oll-rir.h su'o- merged ticlelands—lit'e Hie Supreme Court now says resls with the federal government. G'ov. ilaiucc Hiklroth of Maine. Little Rock Firemen Test Maximum Hour Act — UT.in.E liOCK. Ark., July 17. (UP)—A test snli, of u 1947 law llmllnn; t| w work hems of Arkansas llivineu Is pending; in I'u- InsKI Ohamory Oaurt today, niter lioinu file.1 by three CiipiUU City firemen yesterday. The sun. .seekliiBlo restrain Chief Garni L. NLii: ( > y from torclng fire men to wink more limn la hours weekly, w<, ; , nu-il by V. C. Tlirock- morlon. ,H. E. .Adiiius and C. M. Griffin. Tlic suit attacks ihe depurt- nitnt's 8-l-liour . WO rk week, .whloii Is composed of an nUomute schedule of 24 hours on duly mid 24 hours Chief Nalley has not The Andciin condor ranges from 20,ODO-fool altitudes lo sen level. Read Courier News Waul Ads. THE C'lllC.'KASAWllA DISTIUOT OF MlSSISSII'n CODNTV, Alt- KANSAS. Ill the Matter of Hie Kstalc of Nrll Sin;irl, Deceased NOTICK TO CltliDITQIlS Nctl::e {•.: hereby yivosi Hint llio undt!ii>lnned was on (Ills day «|j- polnlcd admlnistraloi' of the Esln'c of Nell Smart, iDeceMsr-d. All r.er- .sons havliiK claims .miiiusl s.ild es- liile are liereb/ notified lo exhibit them to the undersigned administrator, properly authenticated, with. It) six months from the dale oi the first publlc.itlon of this notice or they will lie forever barred mid couched wil-h the m ., v sliile law j precluded from any benefit In said Uoi<.ui«> of [,nrji ,,f . mo ,,_ ' nlc. Tlifl tuUlvess of the urulcr- Hl«iU'd administrator is BIyWievllIe, ftrl"ins:is, Tills Uic 9 duy of July, J847. J, Mell Brooks Jr. Administrator of the 'Estate pi- Nell Striart, Deceased ' Holland & Taylor, Attorneys, fpr r Special Friday 75c Fried Tenderloin of Trout Tartar Sauce — Cole Slaw Hot Rolls — Butter HOTEL NOBLE COFFEE SHOP SSfJi Mayor R:>-,i Wa-^ell said Ihnl lo cciurj'y with the new Matule Die city wiiiild IIHVC to employ 12 ad- (.illona! men at « cast of Jill i;«:li nmnthlv. About lwo-lh:rds of Ihc wori'l'« oil was discovered bv Americans. a IiO]itil>lit-an, was named confer-, tnce chairman lo succeed Gov. Millurd R ftitdwell of Plorlilft, u nrmiK-ial. -nil' cl)n,lniwiiHhip >:il- ternute.s b.'tween iralUlcul iiartle.s. Java docs not touch the equator, but lies south of il. No direct descendants of George Washington are^ living. Sadist's VicMm This vvomun employe in the Grevin Museum, Paris, doesn't scorn perturbed by Secretary of Stale George Mnrshnll's stern, not to say ;mgry, mien. It's not iho Geneinl himself, of course. Ju.st ;i •very lifelike model in the museum's \vnxworks collection. Pholu by NEA correspondent Hene Henry. Fireman's Enthusiasm Puzzles Colleagues, But Not for Long LOS ANGELES. July 17. (UP) — County Fireman Hiehard It. Ross. 24. wiio is "just crazy about fire fighting," today admitted starting nine fires. After lie started the fires, Ross helped put them out. "I wanted to build myself up with the chief." he explained. ROES, who lives in Lomila. set his ninth fire in three months Monday, police said He was hooked on suspicion of arson. Tlie ambitious fireman said, according to police, that he thought a few more fires -would add to the fire department's prestige. City anji county firemen, fighting the biggest wave of brush fires in recent years, have sometimes this month answered a call eve: 20 minutes. "I wanted to build up the reputation of the fire righting equipment." he said. He added that he was «Iad o£:n chance to build up his own reputation as a lire fighter. Sometimes, as the only man on. duty at the Rolling Hills fire station, he lias culled siiiBlc-lianded U) put out fires lie set himself. All the fires wore in the Palos Verdcs hills. Ross told police he picked that place because he had grudge against the real estate corporation which owns it. "f wanted to slow up their sales." he said. Ross had been putting out fires for tile county for two years Police said he received a bad conduct discharge from the Marine Corps ir 1045 Other fire fighters got suspicious of Hoss when he turned out at fires too enthusiastically on his day off. Burned flares found at several of the fires were similar to ones carried in Ross' fire fighting jeep. "I like to start fires." he explained. "And I just love to put them out." I-Iippopctaimises can stay under w:iter only about five minutes. BAKERY ^ «A, \M DREIFUS Finer AMBROSIA CAKE - - 69c CHOCOLATE CREAM PIE 60c COCOANIIT CREAM PIE - 60c On Sole Saturday Only! Telephone Your Order — Dial 2073 TERMS No InU-rosl N<> <'rtrrylilK Charge DIAMONDS . Finer VALUES'! Wlion you liuy lilomonJi you noluiolV wonl iKe v»iy beil (or your money . . . nol only m brlllianri. and boouly bul In uoquiillon*d value. Clioow Inc n°'U«f>«l illomornl (or your lummfr bildc from our lat n « llo<U. tind you'll b« v;rc o( 111 Hn«r quollly . . . qiealtt volu». 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