The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 18, 1947
Page 8
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PAGB EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1947 Tinman Names NLRB Attorney -"•"Ttiew Position One 'Of Importance Under ^Toft-Hartley' Law . . £vi>ACliINGTON, Jul >' I8 ' < up) — ' President Truman announced the •ppoirrtmcnt of 'Robert : N. Dcn- t&ni, Marjland Republican, to the rirjpcrtant new ' post of gciiei^l counsel of the National Labor Rotations Board. -. 'tHe named .two new.': members to the NLRB—J. Copland Gray, a Republican frcm 'Buffalo, N. Y., ahd Aba Murdock, former Dcmo- CJl^tl: senator from Utah. The President also rcappoinl- ed the three present members of the baard, Paul WerzoK. John Houston and James (Reynolds. He designated Hcrzog lo continue as of ithe board. 'The : Taft-Hartley S?bor lav;, possed at tills session of Ccnnrrss over Mr. Truman's veto, makes the rest of general counsel of the NLRB on extremely powerful one Under the new law, the general counsel cerates virtuaVy inde- r*ndent:y from ihe bcrr-l itself He will 'have the responsibility (01 ifiitiatinB proceedings under the act. • The Tad-Hartley hivv also re quired the President to enlarge the NLttB from three to five m— b'ers. -"Mr, Trumr.n also announced in four nr.pointmenls to the commission which will inve.ilid;te ways to simplify the organization of the executive branrh of the Boyern- mm't." "-•He r-omcd scwelnry of Navy Forrestal: Arthur S. Ptem- ming, chairman of the Civil Ser- rice Commission; Dean Acncson, former nndcr-secrc'liry of stiCt*, and George H. Mead, Dayton,-O. industrialist. -' r..; Hambletonian Favorite three Enlist in Army, Report to Texas Camp hSTO of the • T-Sst. O'lle 'U. Blytheville Army Recruiting Sta- Spnrus]i-Amenc;m war veU'nm drivLT Hion Shivcly admires Hod- ncy, H»c coll lo bout in the $5r>,OUU JI;iinl>U'luniaii St;il;c ;it Goshon, N.Y., Aug. G, K. Horace Jolmslon's buy trotter, winner of all threu ol his starts tbis year, In mined favored lloul Mon uiul otlieis. Conservation Projects Win Commendation CROSSETT, Ark., July 18. (UP) — A group of 115 Louisiana farmers ' Fulbricjht Backs Measure To Further Aid Veterans New Rent Low Explained by Area Director Landlord? who want to arrange lease with their tenants whereby rents may be increa-sed a. inax- linnm of 15 |«r cent in ncco.rd.ance with the new Housing and Rent! Act, should-note five points carefully. Chester A, Cunningham, rent director for Blythcvllle said today. (1) The lease must be made on a voluntary basis. "• (2) The lease may Increase the rent lip to. but not more than, 16 per cent. . '•_•:' •• • (3) The lease must' give ten- «r>;s the flsht to Jive in the rented quartern, at the 1 agreed ireivlijil, at least through December 31 iB*e. ...•'•.. -. (41 The lease must, not lessen the csscnlfcil sci-vioos, furniture and equipment which were ]>•;"- vlrled when the leftsc was signed. •(5) Tile law requires that '.hi' i landlord file a copy of the lease | with 'his nrca rent office within 15 clays after It 'is signed. Three copies of a simple rcglstiution o .'7,-isc form (D-82) must Also be hied with the i«re«v office. "The firs', point means llvu Inndlorcls make nnd tenants slur siicli leases of Ilicir OUTI free will,' Mr. Cunningham <rlcl ,"and ten iinb; rnnnot he evicted for rcfin: ins to r,icn." The rent directo: explained the second point by say ing that [rent increases by sue! leases might fee 2 per cent or . p?r cent or 10 per cent. BuC tlie; ca.hnot be greater than 15 pc ceint. Sucl\ leascti.' he emphasize" tniist run I-" 1 , least until the en of n?xt year. Though they run Jongcr, they ci.nnot run >!css tln-c. They .must be made during the current calendar year. Irate Husband Outboard' Motor Tip CHICAGO, (UP) — An outboard motor which floods Jn .starting may be clca'rcd by turning off the fuel Boating Club bi' Amertci' 1 ' Vay*' A few pulls clears the mid the motor often carburetor' start and run for a few seconds, after which i i| at the gas tank, Die Outboard i the fuel valve may be opened. Russell Franken, 25, a jealous Milwaukee husband, shot and seriously wounded Ills supposed rival, Warren Rasmussen, 23. I'rankcn appeared at the plant where his wife and Kasniussen worked, called out his wife, Ester, 22, left, and as she watched shot Rasmusscn. Mrs, Frankcn was accompanied by Belly Hooker, right, when questioned by police. (NBA Tele photo.) i^l Host *o 4-H Clubs BAKERY SPECIALS AMBROSIA CAKE - - 690 CHOCOLATE CREAM PIE 60c CdCOANUT CREAM PIE • 60c On Sale tion has announced the enlistments of three i'ocav men. • James L. Keeling and -Hayes A feeling brothers, "of Roseland both en'isted for three, yc-irs in iihe Army [Ccrps of Engineers. Som of Bertie li. Kcclin", they attended Lost Omc High S:hool. ! :' William R. Singlet cary, Blytlie- Vlllo, en'istod in the Ai my Ail- Forces fqr a psriod of three years. iirV.'S'iigioleary formerly < lived a.t Grpwville, Tenn., where Vto attend- <BMpgi>' school. " VThis three mm arc now en TOUte to^ijcrt Sam Houston Tc\as ( for rjrbcessjng and assignment Urges Tour and bankers were In Crossett t'j- ilay to inspect conservation projects. This is part of a week-Ion;-. tour which tins taken the group through 1 four Southwestern states While in crossclt the group '.viU sit Ihc Southern Forest Expcri- .ental Station.'xtlic CrasscU Com- tiny's sawmill, the paper mill, the hcmlcal plant, anrt the chase b'Ai; lant. From there the group will reliirn ^ shrev'pporl, La. nepreseiitatives of lh- ; 'group sal-', n Little Rock yesterday .that they lave conclude:! froiii their lour liat conservation Is essential to agrarian states. No where is It mare clearly cle- nonstrated .than in the state of Arkansas," said V. V. \Vh!Ulni;lr:\ vice. -.president of ths.' LoiilshiU Bonkers Association which sponstir- d the trip, "that, by enabling them o make, .n decent llvuv;, soil p»r.- ervatlon has brought the yeoi>'".' ijck to the land and made t'.ie'n better. citizen's." . WASHINGTON, July 18. — Sen. - t J. \'f. Fitlbrlght has joined with 14 other s:-na>lors in sponsoring-a : "Veterans Economic! 'TJevclopmony Corpcnvlion Aot." Miiip'cmcnUnK Hie O. I. IEU1 of Rights. The measure was introduced in the Semtc Ihls week by Senator Biltigcs of New Hampshire, chnir- ir.-?.n of the Senate Appropriations Coir.aiittec. T'nc pvirpcscs of the act arc t<i cicveloi' unused natural resources mid unused productive capacity r.iid '.o provide incic'sed employ- ii:~nl opportunities, with pnrticki- lar emphasis upon jobs for vctcr- invs. The act will create a self- liquidating government coiporalion with • lending |x>wcrs similar 16 the ! I?FC. One condition of the loans would be .that preference l>^ Biven la ve'.ciuns in new employ^ | ir.cnt- opportunities. . i Senator ; r ulbrigliL. slated .-jthal lie b2lievccl "the adoption! of^ tli.e bill 'vri'l contribute in n. siwcifit and constructive way lo. the ^.solution of veterans' economic prob- einK." Kead Courier News Want Ails. STUTTGART. Ark., July 18.(UP).. —The Rice Branch Experiment Station of the University of Arkan- rns i'4 Stuttyirt will be hcsl to- clay to members of Arkarvsas 4-H Clubs: ' Saturday Only! Telephone Your Order — Dial 2073 BAKERY Kead Courier News Want; Ads. !| Indonesian Ciyil War Remains Unsettled BATAVIA. July 18. (UP)—Itliln- ;ieslan'officials said yesterday that iKilitical settlement must come be- 'ore a ;cease lire orrter is issued in tihcir • undeclared "civil war" with the Dutch. A. K. Gani. vice premier of the Indonesian Republic, said on his return from a conference at Jogja- karta that Indonesia had rejected the Dutch proposal for a joint gendarmerie. He said a cease fire order would be issued by both governments, when the gendarmerie riucs- tlon was settled, but that the Jog- jakarta conference hail made very little progress towards a solution. A Dutch comimmiquR, distributed as Gani returned lo Batavia, said Indonesian Premier Amir Amir SJarifocdln had agreed lo .issue a cease fire order before midnight July .16, .but that the Indonesians Inter requested another 24 hours. Read Courier News Want Ads. ere li o bis Hem C-tninoi und for Iro.nsd ir,«hon. o SI33 P<" »«•*• Spuelnl- aulomobllB molori. body vo«V welding, anj oulamorlva etcerncity. Applied loi G.I. l,oinln». 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