The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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PAGB TEN BLYTKEVILLB • (ARK.) COUIUER NEWS miDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1947 Dairy Employes May Arbitrate : Walkout Cuts Off ' Half of Milk Supply To Birmingham, Ala. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Dec 5. (UP) '—Somt 100' striking employes of (Foremost Dairies .balloted today whether they would submit, their »»ge dispute to arbitration «nd help restore the supply of n-Jlk cut off Irorr. one-half of HiUs area's JWO.OOO people. '•. It the employes vote for arbitration, they will decide then whether to re'turn to work during'the negotiations. '• Meanwhile, no progress wns ie- "ported In the strike of 110 Southern Dairies employes. .' Dr. George A. Demson, clly- 'county health officer, said these 4wo large dairies supplied more 'than one-half ol Ihc city's milk and 'nearly 80 per cent of the milk bought by the TO schools in the city snd county. An estimated 35.000 'school children went without milk for the third day. : An Injunction granted in Mont- Romcry limited the number «f pickets on any line at White Dairy to six and ordered the local AFL Teamsters Union to prevent any violence, threat of botlily harm and coercion. | White Dairy officials charged yesterday that carloads of men followed their delivery trucks and that f'thrcc or lour" of their drivers were beaten. At this' plant, the teamsters nought union recognition by callin,; R strike of only a Jew of the plant's yjrkers who were organized, The r.on-union members remained on jhc job. ••Employes at Foremost; who walked off their jobs Wednesday, wero members of District 50, United Mine Workers (AFL). Those nt Southern, who struck, yesterday, were organize td by the teamsters union. River Basin Association Director to Be Selected PINE BLUFF. Ark., Dec. 5. (UP) —Jefferson County residents were expected to name a representative to serve on tl)e State Board of Directors of the Arkansas River uasln Association today. Selecting the representative was one of the items on the agenda of an organization meeting for a permanent unit of the association In • Jefferson County. Temporary Chairman Hillery Rudder said the group will also outline organisational functions. Cancer Cases Increase LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Dec. 5 (UP) • —The Arkansas Health Department has revealed that the number ot cases of cancer reported in the state continues to soar, but the polio has', apparently been battled to n ' standstill. The weekly morbidity report shows 11 new cancer cases discovered last week,'to bring the 48 total to 56] cases. The 1946 figure for the firs* .-4* weeks'was 220 cases. First In 48 Years Scientists, Hired by Radio Network, Find Soap Operas of Value to Society CHICAGO, Dec. 5 (UP)—An tin-1 woman's security threatened chlef- thiopologlst and a phychologlst I ly by the loss of the husband to tuned In on n radio daytime .serial oilier women, and milte secondarily Pirst girl to win the grand championship for the best barrow In 48 years history of the International Livestock Show, 10-year-old Moriam Meyer, descent 111., high school senior, hangs coveted blue ribbon on "Pal" afler 'the judging in Chicago. Miss Meyer earlier won the junior feeding contest. (NBA Tclephoto.) over a long period and came up yesterday with a ponderous report that soap operas are "of considerable value to our society." J'rof. W. Lloyd Warner, the an- j «' beliefs, thropologisl. and Dr. William K. (OT _ s .™y n) Henry, psychologist, based their report on a detailed study of the serialized drama, "Big Sister." The scholars arc consultants for Social Research, Inc., who described, the study on behalf of Columbia Broadcasting System which carries the play over its network. Since women arc the chief listeners, they receive the most benefit Irom sonp operas by having their ego built up and their spirits strengthened by hearing .stories of fictional women going through problems and experiences which parallel their own. "The basic and primary theme is Hint good and noble women \vho arc wives and mothers are invincible within their own arena of life, the American family," the report snlti. "Men, who arc superordinale elsewhere, arc subordinate and depend* put (in the slory) on the wisdom of the wife. This primary theme always triumphs over the second theme which runs counter to it that —family lies can be broken and a ami obliquely, by death." The social scientists sa;ci that the program, among other tilings, provides Its women listeners with "mor- values and techniques emotional and Inter personal problems... and makes them feel they ore learning while they listen." The soap opera, they said, "directs the private reveries and fantasies of the listeners Into socially approved channels of action... Increases the women's sense of security... and demonstrates that those who behave properly and stay away from wrongdoing exercise moral control over those who do not." One of their main points was that soap operas play up "the importance of the role of Ihe wife and therefore obliquely depreciates the role of career woman the ordinary listener has avoided or not been able to lake. Mrs. Thomas C. McRae, Widow of Governor, Dies PHESCOTT, Ark., Dec. S (UPI — Funeral services were held today for Mr». Amelia McRae, the 92-year old widow of former Governor Thomas C. McRae. Mrs. McRae died at her home In Prescolt yesterday. She had been a resident of Prescott lo 10 years. The former governor died In 1929. Surviving are one son, Thomas C.-McRae, Jr., one daughter, Mm Mary Montgomery, ami several grand, and great grand children. Mllwce ot LIltlc'Rock was expected to attend. The meeting was called when vigorous piotcsts were voiced over J local relit advisory board rcconi mentation that controls be contin- I'ed. To supply tlie pulp In a 24-pngc| Inches high, three Inches wide, an: newspaper, a block ot wood two] four Inches long Is required. DISTRIBUTED BY L. D. FLEMING Blytheville, Ark. Traffic Safety Steps Taken in Caruthersville Pine Bluffians Oppose Rent Control Extension PINE BLUFF, Ark., Dec. 5. (UP) --Pine Biuff landlords and tenants will ROL a chance to air their views. 0:1 continuation of rent controls .it n public meeting at, the Jefferson County court house on Dec. 9. Ai:::;nMis Rent Director R. P. CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Dec, 5 —As R safety measure, for grade school children, a policeman has teen assigned to duty on Ward Avenue near the school each morning, noon and afternoon when school lets out to supervise children crossing the street and to take traf- I flc violators inlo custody, Mayor W. D. Byrd stated yesterday. In addition to the policeman, slop stuns have been placed at the Intersections ot llth and 12th sfevocls with Ward Avctnic. requiring motorists to stop at these Intersections when children are going to school In tile morning, during the loon hour, and when school Is Ict- ing out. Those signs are movable, and will be in position In the street intersections only during the hours •when chlldicn will be crossing the street to or from school. Parking is also prohibited around the school, on the sides of West llth and 12th streets and Carlcton and Ward avenues. These designated places arc next to the school. As a further precaution-to' reduce traifiA hazards to youngsters, the city is preparing an ordinance to require bicyclists to have light, 1 ; on their vehicles at night. A slop'llBh't will be Installed at Ihc intersection of 7th street and HOT SPRINGS. Ark., Dec. 5. (UP) —- Metropolitan Opera Star' Marjoric Lawrence will sing In Chi- !• cago next week standing (or the f first time since she was stricken with infantile paralysis in 1941. Miss Lawrence came to Hot Springs lor treatment soon after her attack. She continued her con- I cert tows seated on the stage ami sang lo servicemen during the war in practically every theater of operations. Wiu-ri Avenue, as n safety measure lor students going to and from the ! Catholic School. \ These safety measures were token by the City Council after a group of representatives Irom various civic and social clubs appeared before the aldermen offering these recommendations and asking that they lie carried out. 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