The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 14, 1948 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 14, 1948
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1948 KIATHKVH.T.E (ARK.) COURIKR NKWS NLRB Hears ol ITU's Defiance Publishers' Aide Is Witness Before Examiner in Chicago CHICAGO. Jan. 14. (UPI A rop- JTOentatlVe of Chicago newspaper ^Publishers yesterday quoted Wood"Uff Randolph, president of the International Typographical Union, 'Af'Ll as saying during negotiations that "no power in the laud -nn make Ihe union agree to something it doesn't want." John O'Keefe, secretary of the Chicago Newspaper Publishers Association, quoted Randolph In lest- iinony at a National Labor Relations Board hearing on charges that the striking printers' union vlolat- M! the Taft-Ilarlley Act. O'Keefe. quoted Ranriolph as saving "we've got what w p iniend \i kfep, courts or no courts and Congress notwithstanding." O'Keefc said Randolph made the slatemi iH during a meeting with Chicago publishers last Nov. 1C and 11 over the union's demands for continuance of the closed shop. The Tuft-Hartley law prohibits closed shops O'Kcefe quoted Randolph as saying in supiwrt of his "no-contract" policy that "we want lo avoid tlie responsibility (lie law mils on people who sign labor contracts." O'Kccfe further quoted Randolph a/! saying that the union wanted lo avoid a contract because "we want (o protect our funds" by avoiding underwriting any such contiact.s. "We me nut, going l o be drawn into a hundred lawsuits over this tiling," O'Keefe quoted Randolph as saying. "The union is fighting for it.s life with hs back against the wall |Mhf] there will be no contracts " ^U'Kcefe said Randolph told the publishers that a contract, proposed by the union was not a.s good an offer as the union's "no contract" proposal under which it would set tilt conditions of employment Itself. The labor board has charged the union with refusal to bargain In good faith, and 1ms introduced evidence designed to show that the union's contract proposal never was intended as a legitimate basis for bargaining. College Opportunities Decreed i Charge of Arson For Negroes Without Any De/ay £ rep °; ed . MAf '? r ...... ' 7 Fayetreville Fir By Ruth (inieinrr (United Press Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON. Jan. 14. (UPI — Here Is what the u. S. Supreme Court means when 11 says Negro and white citizens are entitled to equal opportunity for higher education within a slate: A state can open its schools I" Convict Trvlnntn hot]. Negro and white stndenls. Or | *- onvlct > 1 ">'"'V - ---r It ran maintain separate school i Falls and Breaks Neck systems, segregating while and No- pro student.s. 2. Let her into the law sehool on a segregation basis, giving her » private teacher. 3. Admit her according to plan No. 1 or No. '2. but tmly until u Negro state law school is established. If spcclall/cd training—law or edielne, for instance— is available for white persons. Negroes, loo. must lie afforded equal training. A stale cannot postpone Its obligation by promising to open a school for Negroes tomorrow, next week or next year. If a white student ran get that education now, the Negro must be given a chance for an equal education now. An out-of-stale tuition does not tulfill Ihe stale's obligation to trie Negro student, when a white sin- dent can get the desired schooling within the home state. The Supreme Court outlined commands in 1938 It reltera- Ird them more curtly yesterday in the case of Ada Lois Sipucl who RALEIGH. N. C,. Jan 14 One convict fell from the Central Prison yesterday inn! tiled of a brocken neck and another was caught 50 yards away in an aixirtive. prison break. Warden Hugh Wilson said KlnuT C. Turner. 38, was killed a.s he tried i to scale the red brick wall of tin- prison. Turner was serving three ' sentences including lite imprisonment for murder, kidnapping and highway robbery. Wilson said Hosea Parker, 32 yrir old Negro, successfully climbed ihe wall in a cold rain but was caugiil when he ran into a prison employe, on the other side. His captor wi'.s Muse Marshall, [charge and unarmed farm foreman at, the, pus- , Tin Fayetreville Fire KAYK'ITKVILLK, Ark.. Jan. 14. (Ul'i —A charge of arson was to be filoi! toiiay in Washington Comity against 55 year ,,i,j |,;,| M1 . ^i Curl of Pram- Ciove. in connection ; (or burled willi an attempt yesterday to set i tale, but fire t,, the Washington Hotel at made (he Payotti'vllli-. Deputy Prosecutor yesterday he had charge. The arson attempt was thwarted by tlnivcisliv of Arkansas Student cl,,'ster Williams, who was working as night clerk in Un- lintel, It is bi-lh-vod that as many • a.s Hill persons were in the hotel al (In- time. Williams said lie was on Hie second lltior of ihe building milking an hourly [ne check when he smelled smoke raining [rojn n corridor. Tin-re he tumid Carl, dressed in overalls, building u M , m ll trash Hit-. | Williams stamped out the lire land licld the man until police arrived. Police said Carl had been [Picked up .Sunday nil a vagrancy later released, id reeal Old California Estate Yields Buried Gold MONTI-IRK . fMI.. Jail, 14. (Ul'i Thiee-lnuidn-d persons scrambled PAGE THREB' . dug up with :t7 via gold He hart to fight Police and the n{ flower . d lo dK| treasure huniers Ihe gold nu'iiv fi treasure on an old cs- a 12-yenr-oM scholoboy l)l KI! esl strike ye.ilerduv cillllsler filled keep II llimign. ralor of a hull- •rse ji crowd of ho 11led lo hike him. The lute Will II. Mnrllii. wealthy property 'owner, hurled the (told coins on his eMuit- halt j, century ago. Heirs lo the eslale recently declared Hie gnmmls "ope,, | 0 irl- lory." and the I reiisure hunt begun II was In Us fltlh day today! n nd I lie M-:UThev.s spent nil last night turning up J| 10 ground In nch of gold it wns estimated thai l)io soniTli has produced a, least :WO coins so fur with n fm-c j seeks a law school education In Oklahoma. The court's commands were drawn from Ihe language ol Habit-Farming Drugs, the 14lh Amendment to the Con- ... . . " _ _ J ' .slitution which a.ssnres equal protection of the laws to all citizens. In Dec . 1038. the court was considering the case of Lloyd Galas who was refused admission to the University ol Missouri law school because he was a Negro. i Chief Justice Charles Evans i Hughes said then that the court on several earlier occasions had recog- nised the right of stales lo maintain segregated school systems. But, he. continued: "The white resident is afforded legal education ivilhin the slate: the Negro resident having the same qualifications is refused it (here and must Valued at $75,000, Seized in New York NEW YORK. Jan. 14. UJi'l. -Police in raids on two uptown nparl- nu-nls Tuesday seiwd slfi.OC worth of pure cocaine am! heroin ;md arrested two men who they s;iid were members of the largest cocaine > m r : un:oM-red in Manhattan in years. A thltd man, who was nol identified, but described by police as the ringleader of the gang, escaped. Police said he. was believed to have lied to South America. Arrested today weie Lope Del Pcico. 36, a seaman, and Nico Garcia. 42 another seaman who h;is an I fires two yi-ars ago which did con! shlMiible damage al l-'iiyeltevlllc. Police Mispectnl Ihe HITS were lio- liix-l'aU'ly set. but made no arrests. Alleged Robber Rolls Dice and Loses Freedom CHATTANOOGA, Tenu., Jan. 11 UM>> —ItnllhiK dice co.'.l lll-year-md Hoy Reynolds not only money hut also his freedmn tnday. Police juested Reynolds when they ruldi'd n dice game Monday nlglii Tliny I'hiiiiti'd him wllh heins one <>( Ihroc (imons 'iillcgnlly Involvetl In Ihe $(!:« luilduii of a diugslme and tin- si:i!i holdup ,,f „ service station. Police Mild Keynold.s stall- eil Ihe dice game with mure, than $^UU but hail iinly $127 when arrested, Clay County Co-Op Gets $460,000 KfA Loan WASHINGTON. .Ian. 14. (UPI — 'I'he Itmal KlecllilU-allon Admln- Isliatliiii loilay announced the [ol- lowlng liiiiii: Clay county xlivtile Cuiijici'a- tlve Corp.. Corning. Ark., SimvilUO Kir Hiii miles of line lo serve Llllli consmnrrs .in,i jui oilier improvements value of {li.Dlin and a possible collector's value of $111.1)00. One Killed, Three Hurt When Train Hits Car Price Control Curb Urged by Schwellenbach WASHINGTON. Jan. U. (UPI — Secretary of Labor Lewis B. Sic- predicted today ihat organized labor win demand "size-' able." wage increases unless the' upward trend ;« price.s is stopped He also said he believed that mast wage questions could be han- 'rtlpd by "purely voluntary methods" jf price controls are enforced. SchweHcnbach appeared before the Senate Banking Committee to support an ariinini-sti-ation bill proposing a return to wage and price controls on a "selective" basis. To the extent that mandatory price, controls are necessary, he .said, controls will be needed over wages affecting the prices of commodities under control Sen. .John J. Sparkman. D.. Ala predicted thai every main point in President Truman's anti-inflation PI-OB ram will be enacted before Congress ends thus session. go outside the slate lo , _ ... .,_ oblaln it. That is a denial o; Ihe I apartment in the same building. equality or the privilege which the ', state has set up. ami the provision of the payment of tuition fees in another state does not remove the i diycrimlnation. I The circumstances of the Slpuel j were identical with those of the Gaine.s case, and the court referred Oklahoma to the 1938 ouin- j . --- ion. But it went one step further. [Monies. Iowa, will deliver the com- It said the state is obliged to pro- •'ncnccment address al Ihe Univet- vide Negroes with law training "as 'sit.v of Arkansas' first mid-Winter soon" as it does lor any while ap- ; commencement on Sunday evenini-. plicant. ' ; Feb. 1. it was announced today. lowan to Deliver U. of A. Commencement Address FAYETTEVILLl 1 :. Aak.. Jan. II (UP) Dr. Henry G. Harmon, president of Drake University Oklahoma University Law School begins it.s winter lerm on Thursday. While the case was being argued before the high bench last week, Justice Felix Frankfurter suggested these ways in which Oklahoma could handle the matter: 1. Let the girl attend law school classes with while .student.* . . Approximately 250 .students will I recieve bachelor degrees and approximately 50 others will recieve inastu:- degrees following the commence: mcnt address. ! Dr. Harmon asumcd his duties .is , the seventh president of Hiakc University on Sept. 1. 1911—just three months before America's entrance into World War II. Pays Premium for Parking Space MKMPIIIH. Tenil.. Jan. 11. (UP> — Frank L. Monlesi. 20-yenr-old wholesale Rrorer was hailed Into court yesterday [or shoving a parked automobile into a restricted zone MI that he could park his automobile. "My emotions uni ihe besl ol mr." Monies! (ohl the court explaining why he had humped Ihe . oilier car out of ihe parking me' ter space, : "1 had bri-n driving around tor some tion- trying to find space," Monlesi said. "A car was preparing to drive olf, I shipped and watted ! until tile car pulled away and then stalled lo back Into the meter. "ilelore I could gel In Ihe parking space a Negro c:imr- along and drove into tile space. 1 told him 1 had Ix-en waking [in- some minutes tor Unit space, lint he refused to move, so I backed up my car ami slioved his car away " trom tlu- meter," • Patrolman W. H. Conry had ar- icMcd Monlesi on charge's ol malicious miscliief and overtime parking. The court however dismissed the malicious mischief charge bill lined Monies! $:?G for overtime ' parking. I Read Courier News Want Ads . Intl., Jan. 14.-(UP) -A Incoinodve. mid nil six cars of a Wi-slljound Pennsylvania Railroad ma!] express train were inailed ye.Merdav when It struck "u iiulomobili- ; ,t 1( dossing here, killing one i>f Hi,, occupants and sei liuiMy Injuring the other. Rosi-iji- Leveridue. Newcastle, Hid., driver »f iti,. automobile, was In- jmcd seriously inn! his companion, Madulm Kiinpktus, :m, nlso of Newcastle, wn.v killed In.-.tiintly In Hie. ttiei'k, wild b occuned at 1:15 u.lll, Only two of ill,, is passengers iilicuiid tin- train wen- hurl and they sill lei,-d only lllhur Injuries, according to liidinna ,'ilate Police. 30 Killed in Plane Crash ('lUllAD THU.HLLO, DoiHlnlcan lieimbllc. Jan. 11. iui'i — Thirty persons, Including many Domini, can Republic baseball stars, W era killed when a Dominican Alrlhiu l>nsscn;cr . plane crashed !n th« country, report! reaching here said today. Press reports said the plan* crashed between Barahonn and .Santiago at a point about 10 mlle« from Cludari Trujllto and wai complelcly demolished. THAT HORSE SHOE OVER OUR DOOR Means Good Luck To Our Customers! Tliis is the place where you litnl n-nl [ as million-mi by (.lie I'oiilijii' Division of (ItMinnil Motors. Otn- mechanics measure up lo the standards required by I'onlinc, 1.1ms K^'HIC I'oiiliat' owners exactly what they're looking for! Smith Pontiac Co. ine, service 126 South Lilly St. Phono 4371 \ RECTAL DISEASES (All T)'|lf» K\cc DRS. NIES DAVID B. ANDERSON MASON CONTRACTOR Brick Work of Quality I toiler \YinU "nil llemodeliiinr H Specialty 110'/i E. Davis St. Phone 4641 A NAI'llKAI, All) t'Oll nl i* Khumatism Kidney, Bladder 'tins Natural allnnal Walrr linni Hot Springs, Aika lisas, llel|is tu^ 1. .Stimulate kidney function. .f, Hoothe bliulder Irritation. 1. Nculrall/,c nrlc-ucldlly. I. Discluiige systemic \sasles. W h y not give Mountain Valley n trial? It lias helped many thousands, lielightlul lo drink. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP itlaln anil Division Hl.vlhovilk, Ark. Crippled Plane Lands MINNKAPOLTS. 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