The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1955 · Page 6
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1998 Bl.YTHEVI.U.K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEK Southern Governors Get Tough, Demand That Strikes End NASHVILLE, Term. (AP) . — Southern governors demanded yesterday that unions and management take action by Saturday '.o end the 38-day-o'ld railroad and telephone strikes now crippling commerce in 14 states. Six governors and representatives of six others met here and adopted resolutions "insisting upon" arbitration of the Louisville i Nashville railroad dispute, a meeting in the southern Bell Telephone Co. dispute and an Immediate end to both strikes. Plan Accepted Both sides in the telephone dispute promptly accepted the governors' plan for a meeting in Atlanta next Saturday with a committee consisting of Govs. Hugh White of Mississippi, Marvin Griffin of Georgia and Jim Folsom of Alabama. Officials of the L&N and the strikin? non-operating unions did not comment on the governors' resolution immediately. The resolution was announced about two hours after L&N negotiator? left Washington mediation talks, which had deadlocked on terms of arbitration. The railway workers struck over a health and welfare plan recommended last summer by a presidential fact-finding board. U&N would not go along with the plan, claiming It had a better one. Now the railroad .wants to limit arbitration to the health and welfare issue. The union says all of its original demands should be arbitrated. The governors urged that the arbitration dispute "also be submitted to the arbitrators for final disposition." The governors urged the strikers to return to work :'with the definite understanding" that the arbitrators' decision would be final and Would be retroactive at least until the date they returned to work. Hour Set They set "as a definite and final limitation, the hour of 11 a.m. EST April 23 for compliance by the parties to the dispute" and said the answers should be sent to Gov. Lawrence Wetherby of Kentucky, chairman of the Southern Governors Conference. Of the telephone dispute, the governors said ,"we believe the differences are easily soluble because the positions taken by both parties are not far apart." Representative,- of the striking CIO Communications Workers of America and Southern Bell were asked to meet with the committee of governors in the Georgia governor's office in Atlanta at, 11 a.m. Saturday "unless a settlement Is reached prior to that date." Wetherby called yesterday's meeting here, inviting representatives of all states affected by the two strikes. KITTERY, Maine (*—Police today were protecting a newspaper editor who said he was threatened because he was investigating the police. Police Chief William 'H. Nelson assigned a guard to Horace Mitchell of the weekly Kittery Press at the request of selectmen yester-' day. The guard was assigned to Mitchell, although the police chief said he knows, "Mitchell is out to get me." Mitchell said he tried to refuse the protection of Kittery police and planned to hire a York county deputy sheriff for the Job. The editor said (if received two anonymous telephone calls threatening his well-being. The selectmen said they will meet shortly to determine whether rumors about the Kittery Police Department are authentic or gossip. Shampoo your hair after you've been shopping and have tried on hats others have tried on. Police Protect Police-Probing Publisher Dallas Has Salt Water Problem DALLAS, Tex. W—City official? and Army engineers have Workeu out • plan, they said today, to keep as low as possible the salt contenl In Dallas' water supply. The salt, reached undesirable proportions this week when the city turned Red River water Into its supply after agreeing to supply nearby Garland. Tex., with a half million gallons dally. City Manager Elgin Crull said Army engineers had agreed to release -water from two reservoirs into Lake Dallas to dilute the salty water coming from the river. No Deductions From His Pay BATON ROUGE. L». m—Forty- two yeara ago C. J.. Smlth.now a Baton Rouge oil refinery employe, worked for one day a« a fireman on a Kansas City Southern Railway Co. locomotive at Shreveport, La and didn't get paid. Recently he wrote the company about it and soon received a check for 12.90—wtlh "no deductlonj." "I Just wanted to «ee what Would happen," Smith explained before turning the money over to charity Refusal to Sign Petition Sets Off Controversy at Columbia NSW YORK (m— The Columbia University president 1 ! refusal to sign,a student petition to reaffirm faith in the Bill of Rlghta ha« caused a campu» controversy. Dr. Grayson Kirk declined to ilgn the petition circulated on th« campus as part of observation of Academic Freedom Week, starting today, saying It was an "empty and gratuitous" act. Kirk said "it should be asaumed that any American of intelligence, common sense and devotion to our American way of life believes «in- cerely In the provisions of the Bill of RighU." Commenting editorially on Kirk's action, "The Spectator," campus dally newspaper, laid the presl- dent'i explanation for hot signing the petition was "unconvincing." The Spectator said affirmation ot the Bill of Rights i« no more grat- uitou» than the university's celebration last year of itt bicentennial on the theme "man'a right to knowledge and the free use thereof." Shown aboYi «r« Ihe Kay Price BIdgs. at 114-11! W. Walnut Occnpanti arc Anderson, Clayton A Co., and Ralph Rushing, cotton broker. Do You Remember Last Summer? MR. RAY PRICE DID and he lost no time In preparing for the hot months ahead. His newly installed all-aluminum KOOLVENT AWNINGS will provide cool comfort against the summer heat. Remember, Kool- vcnt aluminum awnings are rust-proof and do not require seasonal take-down, KoaLVlNT ALUMINUM AWNINGS (Also Canvas Awnings) SMITH AWNING CO. Call now for fr« estimate 113 S. First Ph. 3-1293 •wo U. S. ECONOMIC AND MILITARY AID, 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 FOREIGN AID DIPS—Europe's economic comeback is reflected in the steadily dcscchdiiii; line representing our economic aid from its start in April. 11M8. Military aid also shows a sharp falling otT from its peak in 1953. last year for which complete data are available. Moslem Court Nullifies Marriage DAMASCUS. Syria (*h-A Moslem religious court hns nullified the runaway marriage ot an 18-year- old Dutch girl and her Syrian lover but the couple—with a child on the way—say they will appeal the ruling. Nicole Poche and Rlda Yam- llkha. 23. eloped two months ago and hid out for a month wllh a bedouin tribe after their marriage by a Moslem sheik. Recently they Thief Steals Police Car BALTIMORE i.fl - A car thief may not know it, but he has a police car on his Hands. Patrolman Phillip Farace of the vice squad reported his police car stolen last night. The vehicle was not Identifiable as belonging to police. It was a civilian model with regular license tags. petitioned the court to register ths marriage under Syrian law, which permits a girl of 18 to wed without her father's consent. The father, Rodolph Poche. honorary Dutch consul In Aleppo, op- po.wd their petition and contended that under Dutch law » fih'l under 30 may not marry without parental approval. COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That In pursuance ot the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court for the Chicknsawbn District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, made and entered on the -9th day of March, 1955 In a certain cause (No. 13,910) then pending therein between Federal National Mortgage Association and Powell D. Harris, as Succossoi Trustee, and Shirley C. Covtngton and Cora M. Covington. and Pruitt E. Fowler and Thelmn Fowler, defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public venue to the highest bidder ut the Soutli door of the County Court House in the City of Blythe- vllle Arkansas, at 11:00 o'clock A.M.. on the Ilth day of May, 1955, the following described real estate situated In the Chlckasavtba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to wit: Lot Nine (3), Block "E", John B. Walker Second Subdivision to the City of Blythe- vllle, Arkansas, TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and d?cree of said court In said cause, with approved security, bearing Interest at the rate ot 4% per annum For Children's Upset Stomach Oil Mild, Good-lulling ftdltf Wllh PERCY MIDICINI from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. GIVEN under my hand this 18th day ol April, 1955. SEAL OEBALDINE LISTON, Commissioner In Chancery. Reid & Surge, Attys. for Pltf. 4/20-27-5/4 RHEUMATISM— ARTHRITIS SUFFERERS OFFERED AMAZING RELIEF A truly remarkable new medical discovery now oilers wonderfully fast relief from nagging, crippling agony of Arthritis, Rheumatism, Neurltli and Neuralgia. 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