The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1948 · Page 8
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Maritime Strik loom June 15 Drafts to H*ed Off Walkout Bjr ChuM U. Hemld w«y M. .-,, — began drafting • to^hwd off a tlrent- «• shipping strike iwould cut wpply lines to the *»H Pl»« countrle. of Europe 1 to American forcej abroad. Official MM President ' m«y be asked In a day or -- J J* kh * injunction provision! ol Ott Tmtt-Hartley L» w fe, p^. pwie the walkout. More thaa 10000« KunMi and longshoremen are scheduled to strike June 15 to back up their contract demands. Fsderal Mediation Director Cyrus «. Chlng ha* been advised that •nlpowneri, waterfront employers and untoni on all coasts are still "a long way" from settling their dlspul*. H« has been told Hint a 'walkout would shut off supplies to OUT armed forces abroad and coim- tri«« receiving aid under the European Recovery Program. Would CIoM Fort* Th« strike. It was said, would would close down the ports on all coaaU and tie up more than 1 000 shipi in International trade. Mr. Truman could Invoke the new labor law by creating a board of Inquiry to Investigate the dispute. After receiving a report—pre- »umably by June 15—lie could then direct Attorney General Tom C. Clark to seek a court Injunction restraining the unions and companies from making any change In current conditions for 80 days. The five CIO unions and or* independent are asking a substantial wane incrMse, a shorter work week »nd continuation of the union hiring Hall. Employer* have rejected th« demands. They contend that I the hiring hall would • violate the ' Tart-Hartley Law. Chfng reportedly Is considering asking a Juitlc* Department ruling on whether the new Inbor itatute outlaws the hiring hall. Giving the SergegnMhe Bare Facts MlSSCO Births Recorded by State Bureau BLYTMEriUJi (JUUL) OOVUBX MUM BlythevilU Pastor G«ts Key Post ot Baptist Conclave ApproximaUly io birth, have been recorded from Mississippi County in the Slate Health lie- department's Bureau ot Vital Statistics, it was announced today by Harry Le«^villiain», director. The blrilis which h«v* been ri- coi'ded Include: J. H. and Daisy Poloy, Joiner girl Ruth; B. E. aand Mary Easter' Leachville, K i r i, Elizabeth- p M and Josie Holt, West Ridge girl Mamie; D. N. and Mary Rooch' Dyess, girl, Norma; D. H. and Dorohy Gillett, Dyess, girl, Patricia- J. j. and Mnry eBnnett, Bassctt, girl, ,t a final ««- This committee, composed of » representative from eachTate ,1ct" "g in an advisory capacity, offer* recommendations to the m^mhe»n %£££*%•% a " lns "^'orT.n d igencies of the Southern Baptist convention. The committee will least one time during the >re making IU report to the year. ™ Oklll hc.rna city next Livestock Stassen and Taft Push Drives for GOP Nomination WASHINGTON, May je. mp>— OOP presidential aspirant Harold X. SUsMn was ready today for a return bout with Sen. Robert A T«ft, R, O., in their rlvarlry for delegates to the Republican National Convention. It will be fought In Hie Southern and border states where the Ohioan already claims two-thirds of the delegates. The outcome of their first political slugfest in th« Ohio primary early this month was indecisive Stassen fought for 23 dele»ntes goi nine. Talt won the rest of the slates 53-meinber delegation but some observer. h»d expected mi ey«m better showing from him in his own bailwick. Slassen leaves here today on a cross-country tour that will take ST. LOUIS N«U Ssockynrds, III., May 26. (UP)—Livestock: Hogs 9,00; salable 8000 compared with 14,000 ycserclny Uneven. weights' 240 Ibs down, steady to 25c lower than Tuesday's avcr- Hge; 250-300 Ibs 50-1 lower- heavier weights $1 to $2 lower. Sows 25- 50o lower. Bulk goocj an( i C h 0 | ce 170-240 Ibs 24.50-25; to), 25. Most' 250-270 Ibs 23.25-24;25; lew 2425' 270-300 Ibs 21.75-2S.50; few 2375 : 300-45(1 Ibs. 20-22; 1OT-150 Ibs 21- M-23.75; 100-120 Ibs 18.50-20.75; sows 450 Ibs clown, mostly 18.75150-15. """ ' s "K s Cattle 2.900; salable 1.100- cnlf receipts. 1,200, nil salable. Hardly 10 loiids of stcw-s offeietl with tnilclicr yearlings in relatively light supply. Aroiinil SO per cent of crop comprised of cows. Queuing t.rndc generally steady, but somewhat slow. A lev snmll lots nnd loads O f medium to good steers 2B.25-J3; a few choice ycnrlliigs, .H.50, heifers nmi mixed ycorliiiBs in SOCK! flesh, 29.50-33; odd head choice 10 a-1.25. Guu<l cows 2450-2li- coinmon und nieiilum beef cows' 20-24; tanners and • cutlers 16-20! Research Indicates that hlKh- /requency sound waves—ullra- sonics—wlli soon process foods drugs ntitl chemicals, remove dirt from clothing, and protect mine nnd Industrial -workers Scientists have found that oysters open their shells and begin to feed at the exact moment the moon passes over the meridian on which they lie and whcll lt the corresponding Incrldlnn on the other side of the earth. *"** n«»J»l n R "1, ' IU!tltu " on °' »>* Sourn Baptist Convention. C. B. and Sweetie Collums, Lepan^' i£ ripT B01>b5 ' ; °' G - »'"» Wi ' lie Smith, Lepanto, girl, Linda- C N and Geneva Woolsey, Dyess. 'boy' ferry; c. C. and Agnes Collins Dyess tw n boy and girl, Judith and eirl, Judith and J on; j. w . all(t Rosie Mooring, Osceola, girl Kiiu- C A. and Helen Garner, Osceola', girl. Carolyn; Louis and Ella Bishop, Dyess, girl. Melba- O B and essie Powell,.Reiser, boy, C«cil.' tor " gli '" "*" ^ the West and eventually to the d «P *>»">• He will niake at least one major speech In the South probably at Birmingham, Ala. ' We hftv * de(inlte strength In Vli-glnln. Norlh Carolina, South Ciirollim. Alnbumn, Kcnluuky and | Arkansas," stasscn .said "The Tex |«s convention Is on now. We urn waiting to hear Irom that one." ., , —_„. ^ ^»jjjiiv".w, iaooiun, B*'* rf*-"'. «sry; A. R. and Rebecca Bowie, The R«v. Mr Brown i. ,i m ' Wilson girl lu-ghw; A. L. and Ludie member of th^e board of * Greenhill. Manila, boy, Ronald- S I tor the Baptist Ho,r,l.i , M L. and Vivian Bianscuin, Huffman' n--'--". -- ----'• ^P"* 1 in New boy, Robert; Troy and Ed'na Barnes' .cachville, boy, Tommy; j. R and vVfnpile Gilmore, kclser, Iwy 'wUly; Willis and Ella Williams, jtcele, Mo., boy, Ralph; c. E and laxlnc Downing, Manila, boy, rfnrvlu; D. R. and Manor Edmister siythevllle, twin boys, Charles and "•rank; G. W. and Jearldean Street, Joblcv, Mo., boy, Durrel; Ervin and Vcra Hall, Tyi-onza, girl, Linda' G >. and Julia Welch. Basset! boy David; D. D. and Loda Ammotn, ussctt, girl, Gwenda; Tommv anil Calhryn Kitchens, Roland, boy, Stanley L. C. and Thelma Peebles •runmim, girl, Wills. Elsie and Metliel Hatley, Bell u-1, Dorothy; Clifton and aK-.ie Bryan. Lc-panto, boy, Jackie; G. D. lid Ella Gray, Wilson, girl, Ella- F B. and Ruby Lanler, Joiner girl •"reddle; C. W. and Frances McCul- on, Eiowah, boy, Ronnie; J. w and telma England, Joiner, boy, Jame-v oe and Luciil Scott, Joiner girl unnamed; J. H. and Ruby Blagz Bassett, girl, Alma; H. E. and Mary Thompson, Osceola, girl, Brenda; A. J. and Lula Brumley, Osceola boy Harold; w. O. and Ober Jene •Barnes, Joiner, girl, Janctt- W N and Betty Maylield, Tyronia boy! Carl; Joe and Jnnie Collins byess girl, Catherine; E. E. and Avis Mitcliell, Searcy, girl, Doris- J O and Laura Miller, West Ridge, boy, Micky; Grady nnd Betty Smith Wilson, boy, Grady; C. V. and Luhi Franks, Joiner, boy, Billy; J. R. and Ida Walley, Lejianto, girl, Carolyn. M H. and Rosle Whit«cotton, Os- ceoia .boy, Murray; Sej'wood anil Helen Jones, Lcpanto, boy, Thomas- end of r ' accord " 1 i5 »» Economic Councli, wa s *10430000 compared with $13,0*4,000 at the end of th« Kte fiscal year .However, th« council reported, m« ttate* unencumbered cash bal- »nc« m su general fund—»l,2-ttoao -at the «id of l«7 was the smallest of any ilat*. Get the New Look ut William i'eazel, millionaire oil man from Monro* and Shreveport, La., was appointed by Gov tarl K. Long to th» U. S. Serial* to fill trie vacancy caused by the death ot the lat* S«o. John H, Overton. ' ^^ State'* Cash Balance Declines 20 Per Cent LITTLE ROCK. Ark., May 260™,;,'; T", e Arka " M * Kconomlc Council of the state Chamber of Commerce reported today that Ar- . 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