The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 13, 1950
Page 5
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TUESDAY, JTJNE 13, 1950 (ARK.V COtTKTWl WBW» FARE Hartley Group to Move for Rival to CIO - AFL Politicos WASHINGTON, .lime 13. W'J— Fred A, Hartley, Jr., today quit as head of the Tool Owners' Union and started a movement for a. right- wing political organization to rival the CIO's PAC and the AFL's •fcbor League. Hartley, former Republican member of congress from New Jersey, was chairman of the House Labor Committee and co-author of the TaU-Harlley Labor Act, In WI. lie has been president of the manfiEe- mont-mlnded Tool owners' Union since February 16, 1949. This union is not a labor organization, but an organisation which claims to represent people like investors, farmers, small businessmen and those who live on savings or Income i rom property. Hartley Confident Hartley said at a news con- 'erence that he was confident there was a groundswfill throughout the U. S. to organize a riglit-of-cenler. political group. He said the big labor groups like the CIO with Its Political 'Action Committee and the Political Education, were seizing the AFL with its Labor's league for Initiative and those he termed the right-wingers had better start "ringing doorbells". Hartley said he had been addressing various audicncics many times weekly since he left Congress and found most people were in favor of the Tuft-Hartley act. Thousands of !,is(<-»"« "Thousands upon thousands" of nis listeners, he said, have indicated they would have gone even farter than the Tart-Hartley Act in curb- ng activities of labor unions. Hartley said he had no idea how many followers he would have in the new right-wing assault on the CIO-PAC and the AFL-Politica League, but he said he was willing to give up his $20.000 annual salarj as president of the 'fool Owners Union to launch the campaign. This union Is a corporation, he pointed out. and under trie Taft- Hartley act cannot lake direct part in a political campaign. Arkansas Democrats Meet on Negro Question LITTLE ROCK, Juno 13. (AP) — The Arkansas Democratic Statt Committee will meet hero today to consider the question of allowing Negroes to file as Democratic candidates. Chairman Willis K. Smith ol Texarkana called the session specifically to consider the request of the Rev. J. H. Giitlin, Little Kock Negro preacher, that he be allowed to file as a candidate for Little Rock alderman. Present Democratic Parly rules lestrict membership to white electors and temure all Democratic primary candidates be party members in good standing. U.S.-Canada Make Tex Exemptions OTTAWA. June 13. ff) — A new taxation agreement, sisned here yesterday by Canadian and U.S. officials, cocs now to the. Canadian parliament and the U.S. Senate for ratification The convention exempts from double taxation salaries ot government employes, men in (lie armfA formes and ciUzons working in de- Srnse establishments. Canada will not lax 'such salaries paid to U.S. citizens in Canada. The U.S. reciprocates for Canadians. tijlTrie convention also iilvvps in- e?irne tax loopholes. S5.000 i" U.S. GanadU is ma.v earn $5.000 in Ihe U.S. without having to pay U.S. in- come tax if they don't spend more than 133 days in the. U.S. But earnings of artists, actors, musicians and professional athletes are excluded. Canada reciprocates , (or U.S. earn- c.-s in Canada on the same kirns. of one country, working nr> longer than two years in the other, will bp exempt from the income lax of the country where they aie teaching. Outstanding Stock Corporations organized under Canadian laws In which more than 50 per cent of the oiilstaiirtinfc voting stock is owned by individual residents of Canada, other than U.S citizens, will he exempt from ; i taxes imposed by the U.S. on cumulated or undistributed Mini- ngs, profits, income or surplus. Canada grants a similar exemption to U.S. corporations. Dividends and Interest paid by a Canadian corporation to someone other than a U.S. resident citizen or corporation will be exempt from income, taxes imposed by the U.S Canada reciprocates for U.S. corporations. Directors Fees Directors fees for sen-ires al meetings held En one country shal be exempt from tax by the other. Pensions and insurance anmiitie 1 Koing fronr one of the countries to residents o! the other shall not b taxed by the country where Ihej originate. . Tnosriay oi Wednesday —nouiiu; M~,ATI!itic— Wait Disney's Special Feature in Color "SALUTOS AM1GOS" PHIS Cary (Irani A- Victor ,Mcl.:ii;lrn "GUNGA DIN" NOTIC-K O Notice is hereby given Urn', as Administrator of the estale of Anna Cates, necc.T.-rcc:, I will on the 2Sid day ot June, 1950 at ihc Souti- door of the Court House of the Chickasawba Dislricl of Mississippi County. Arkansas between the hours oi 10.00 A.m.. and 2'-OU P.M., offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder the following property belonging to the estate o( Anna Weiscl Cates, deceased: One promissory note dated November 11. 1947 executed by Troy Myrlck upon which there is now a balance of approximately $2751.00 due; All household goods, furniture, dishes and silverware of the estate of Anna \Vctse! Catt-s, deceased. Said household goods, lurnilure, dishes and silverware may be vifw- rd at 500 West Walnut Street, Bly- theville, Arkansas. VV. C. Cates. Adminl-trator 6-12-50 BLYTHEVILLE'S ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Tuesday & Wednesday —DOUB1.K KF.ATURK— "JOHNNY BELINDA" with. Jane Wvman * Lew Ayres ALSO "ISN'T IT ROMANTIC" with Veronica Lake. X- Roland Giilvrr NEW Kn\ (>|im» Vl'erk !):ITS 7:1)0 p.m Matinee Saturdays A Sumlnys Mat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cfint. Showing' Manila, Ark. Tuesday 'DOWN MEMORY LANE' W. C. 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