The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1950 · Page 6
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PAGE SIT BLTTHEVrLLE, (ARK.)' COTJRIEH NEWS Police Patrol 7 Counties in Dairy Strike PITTSBURGH, June 13. W5 State police, acting on orders from governor James H. Duff, put reinforced patrols on the road today to protect milk truck movements in a seven-county dairy strike area. - The governor acted quickly yesterday after reports of dumping of truckloads of milk by armed picket bands In the five-day-old walkout. The violence occurred between Vanderbilt and Flat Woods. Fayctte County, and near Cannonsburgh. Washington County. Truck driver O. W. Rlttenhouse reported he was halted by armed pickets at Vandei'bilt. Hlttenhotise said the men forced his truck onto a side road and dumped its load of milk. Burlap bags covered license plates of the pickets' autos, he said. Oov. Duff declared in a statement: Acts of Criminals . "These were acts of criminals. They were as criminal as the acts of bandits and will be treated as such." At Greensbupg, Pa., 30 miles from Pittsburgh, Sheriff Howard Bud Thomas had court authority to organize a posse to prevent any violence. The court granted a preliminary Injunction to prevent striking milk workers from adjoining counties from interfering with non-strikers in Westmoreland County. Witnesses at the hearing on the Injunction testified bands of 30 to 40 pickets roved through the county, dumping milk, threatening workers and even strewing tacks on a private highway leading to a dairy. Violence Denied Union spokesmen have contended there hns been no violence. For a little while yesterday, a break in the strike appeared in the making. The AFL Dairy Workers Union indicated a willingness to settle if the dealers would agree to a 40- hour neck for inside workers and daily guarantee for salesmen drivers. But the proposal was rejected bluntly by the dealers who insisted on arbitrating all the issues. The union which opposes arbitration said they would forget some of their issues for the shorter work week and the guarantee. Workers Walk Out The 3,250 ciairy workers walked out Friday In demand for a wage TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1950 Special Events Planned by CME Rev. A. Logwood, new pnslor of Carter Temple CME Ciiurch here, was selected yesterday by the Negro Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance 10 deliver a special fellowship sermon at the Interdenominational Fellowship Meeting to be held at 3 p.m. Sunday nt Bethel AME Church. Plans for's "Father's Day Anniversary" also were announced following a regular meeting,of (he alliance at Carter Temple yesterday afternoon. It will be held in connection with the fellowship meet- Ing, which is convened at one ol the Negro churches here on the third Sunday of each month. Rev. T. H. Haywood, pastor of the First Church at Cleveland and First Streets here and a former pastor at Osceola, will preach a Father's Day sermon. Others to take part on the program include Rev. L. D. Davenport. IKUlor of True Light MB Church and moderator or the Mississippi County Baptist Singing Congress; Rev. J. W. Knowles, pastor of the BurcieUe Chapel MB Church; Rev increase. In addition to the 40-liour week they want the dally Rtinrnntce raised from S10 to $13.60. The dealers have offered Sll. They cliiim drivers now earn $300 or more a month. The walkout has shut down the 68-incmbcr [Inns of the greater Pittsburgh Milk Dealers Association. Only a handful of independent dealers continue operations. Milk Is available only to emergency users like hospitals and fam- ilyies with formula-fed babies. Judge Slaps $5 Fin* On Shoemaker Claiming To Predetermine Sex CHICAGO, June 13. UPi~ A shoemaker who claimed an "unbelievable" method of predetermining the sex of children was told by a Judge yesterday to stick to his last. Anaslas Calendar, 64, was before Municipal Judge Kugcne J. Holland on a charge of distributing commercial advertising in Lincoln Park. The cards he passed out read: "Do you want a girl? My unbc- Jieveable method will, guarantee your wish. No money accepted until proof. Consult me personally." The Russian born shoemaker said the "method" was a secret Greek potion given him by a Russian midwife who had predetermined the sex of a son for Czar Nicholas n of Russia. Judge Holland cut short Calendar's explanation of his method ami lined him S5 and costs and ordered his 200 cards destroyed. Calendar, out of court, told newsmen that if the wife drinks the brcw r before conception, she will have a daughter; if the husband drinks it, the baby will be <i boy. He appeared hurt when a reporter L. W. White, pastor of Clear Lake Mli Church; and A. Walker of Blylheville. JACK WEBB, M.D. Noiv rclrjculcel in ihc Lynch liuitcl.ng, Blyllinvillc Prat-lite Limited to Kye. K;ir, Nose & Throal CIO-ANG Strikes on New York Sun NEW YORK, June 13. M>>—The CIO American Newspuper Guild struck today against the New York World-Telegram and Sun, one of the largest evening newspapers In the country. Pickets ap|>earcd Immediately. The paper's management said It would continue to publish "If we can put out as good a paper as we do every day." The guild, however, said it hoped the AFL printers and other mechanical unions would honor lUs picket lines and force the paper to suspend publication. Nearly 400 editorial and business employes, all members of the guild's New York local, launched the strike at 1:30 a.m. (JEST) to back up their demands for a 10 per cent general wage increase and other benefits. The walkout came alter both sides deadlocked yesterday at the end of three months of negotiations. asked what happened If both wife and husband drank the potion. "You're rmiking fun of me," he said and didn't answer. How Long Does CHANGE OF LIFE For £otn* n-ornen mid-life's crucial "chansff" may Le a reasonably iliort time; for otliera, unfortunately, much lodger. In *Ilhrr raie [he tejmbFe Uilnsr U BO make IMa very IryiniJ perirld aa fxsy aa pnaiibl*. That's why today thousands of women bleu Car.lul. lla modern-type all! to often gives just the comforting help nevled to Aoolile janttlfij. eiizy icstleasntu and relieve IE:at depressing weak, tired feeling. Wonderfully relaxing In nervous Irritability. Cardui'a grand atonoachie tonic action helps Nature increase resistance. loillly vitality, and live you • brighter *uUoo!c on life. Do try [tl G«t Cirdul tod;* Morning work for th« first edition continued up to the last moment before Ihe strike deadline. Broken Milk Bottle Fatal to Four-Year-Old BEVERLY. Mass.. June 13. (A 1 )— A four-year-old girl bled to death yesterday when she tripped and (ell on > quart bottle of milk clutched in her arms. Police said a fragment of shattered glass pierced little Eileen Louise Hcnnessy's Juglar vein. She died on the way to Beverly Hospital where she was rushed lii a police car. The Volla River system drains the West African Gold Coast. Smugglers Attack Chinese Communists HONG KONG, June 13. (/!•)—Chinese newspapers said today 30 smugglers attacked a Chinese Communist custom station near Houg Kong early Sunday, killing five and wounding seven Reds. Customs officials here could not confirm the attack. It reportedly town of Siimchun and Red-held occurred along the motor highway Eye Cautions iirlKlil. KianitK ngfu ures tjyis Avom reading In A shadow OLIfuscd. Indirect ligni is resuul no loothe nrnl relai overworked, sore, tired, burning. Itching eyes uso comtorimg ntea^nnt La- rojiuk M yeurs success I'lulhtd by uionsunds CJet Uavopilk today (Eyecup Liirludedt He delighted or money Back All druggists between the British colony's border Tamsliul, about 20 miles northeast. 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