The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 3, 1947
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, SKITKJIHKH 15, l'J'17 BI,YTIIKVI1,1,K (AUK.) COimiKK NKWS Laborers Urged To Elect 'Friends' Union Bosses Seek Toff-Hartley Law's Repeal by Congress BY LAUItANCE (Untied Press Stalf CorrrspondrJit) WASHINGTON, Sept. 3. CUP) — Organized labor, embittered l>y what it called the "infamous" Taft- \ Hartley Labor Law, today .set in motion plans for a concentrated fiBht for repeal of tbe net and the cleclloii of labor's "friends" in 1943. 'From outside labor's ranks. Labor Day .produced appeals for labor unity and a renewed third party tin-cat from Henry Wallace, stormy petrel of the Democratic party. VVallaec told a huKe CIO parade in Detroit that the American r.cople "will not. stand for two parlies in control of the reactionaries." Would Wage llallot War Calling on labcr to unite and build a "prcciuct-bj-prcchKl" organization so .strong that "reactionary leaders clllier will heed yout sentimciH.s or be required lo accept re.six>nsib:lity for Lhe defeat ol a reactionary Democratic Party,' 1 he declared : "If you have Uiii nece.s.sary machinery and are not heeded, you will still be in a position to put n tanner-labor .party on the ballo'. that will assure al\ progressive voters a clear-cut choice in 1948." ''If \ve don't jtmkc the Democra- ^ tic Parly into a pany of peace and | prosperity, we Miall build a new parly," Wallace added.,, 'Sens. Wayne Mor-st-fR.. Ore., and William Linger, K , N. D., two -strong GOP foc.s of the 'raft-Hartley law. backed up Wallace-.! pica for a unified labor movement in speeches in San Francisco and Detroit. More urged labor to confine its battle against the law u> the courts and voting booths. Battle I'lans Take Form Top labor leaders outlined their battle plans at a .series of rallies across the nation. In general, they called for: 1. Quick court tests of almost every major provision of the new labor law. 2. A concentrated drive to repeal Die law. 3. A large-scale political action program to defeat' labor's "enemies" ami elect labor's "friends" in next year's presidential and congressional elections. 4. 'Increased and immediate pressure on Congress designed to speed passage ol broad social legislation including increased social security and health benefits, effective rciu controls, full employment, increased minimum wage 1 * and an "adequate" housing program. The battle cries were sounded by Tall Corn Feed Mixed With Arsenic •Russian Culiists in Jail fata) to Seven Cows \ Attcr Demonstrations PAGE NiNK SKM1NOLK. Okla. (Ul'l —IMU-V. ! man Uoy J. KUlridee is j:onu • •, prepare his own mineral imx'mi-; Hie next lime lie feeds his c:i'ili--- when he i;els some mure caiiie. j Kldrldije let several yonlii, w ho I were visiting his farm watrh him '. mi:< the preparation. 'I'licn (he : yomuvsters decided they knew 'he PITOTSS per.'erlly. ; ,o 'ilicy mixed the next batch. They dec.,led Hie ! preparation would be a mile bc'.U-r : with some arsenic added. i The result: Kldrulee luul .seven ' dead cov.'s, ( Motcr vehicle accidents killed WJ \ limn people in 10H. j Nr.LSCN. )) C. .Scpl. :'.. <UI>) — A total ill L'j mule, lldllklu'.lj?!-:; WCI'fl behind 'LHI: ye.-.lerday :(ll,r :i wllil l/.lcr Uuy ttceV.cnd of demonstru- luu's atui hot'Me bmnUH'.s. 'I !xv.o jaiiui wrji- t'.ar,;, 1 -: with ;:i.'.:>n ;'iut dt .-irm I ion ol pv'bjie properly. They wi iv arrested rs leaders <>l a mob of ; (r.) radical members of ih-: 1 liu:..;an i.nmiv.ranl religions culi (';il!in;; themseh es 'lions ol I'Yee- i!i::i>,' Hie radical ncukhcbcr.s ualh- creil :u C:e;:vnl \allo;,- 4) miles Soiiilmi-st «: here .Vicnday and prepared In march en jna.syc on Nelson in support of their religious \vnr anaiKst the orlliodiX Uoutthobors, Heavily reinforced provinelnl police broke up the Ci'i'avcut Vivllcy de- jnoiiMiatlon, lu^peeloi' Kl'chiud llarvcj said he expcclcd more outbreaks. Police today pluecd the number of homes burned In the controversy behvcen nithodcx imd rudlea! l>nik- liobot'.i at 35, inrludhin two l.irp.e community hulls, G/o6c-Gird<ing Cub Pilot Stops to Visit Dutch Family Adopted by Him 11101DKI,. Holland, Sept. 3. (UP) - Oooi-ue Kviins took time olf from |)llotln« 11 i>ij )ar Cub around the world ycsterdny lo visit the Dutch family he "adopted • slRlil uiwecn a tew mtintlis a«o. Ks'cry \'illin:er luineu oul to vvnich the meethij; Ijetwern the lormrr Army pilot and (he stolid Uiitch farmer Vim Uen lionacit mid hl'i family. i->uns and the Van Den lijcaerls i'X.'han>;cd gifts. 1'^'uns alr.o wa.s representing the eoni;rcnaliou ot the Chevy Chus'J Mel.. I're.shyterlan (Munch widen adopted Ihe en:)iv village shortly after Us hUerutlou. <1cori'c Trtimun. who is clrelim; the Rlobe with Ki'ini.s, did not 11',- leml the purty, lie had business «t the American Hinljiissy In the HHKI^'. The Dutch family jjavc Krans » pair of wouden shoes for hlmsjlf and another for Truman. ISvans BIIVP Mis. Van Den llo- i;.ierl a pin-eel contttiiihix ckilhes, ciindy. Ijaliy nhoe:,, nail polish mid lliutlck.s. She did not know wlmt, to do with iliu cosmetics. NEW CSTATDS ON %Vl)IOI! ADMI N I S T It A T I O N HAS BK«5\ Notlee is hereby tlvoii t'.iat the following I:; a ilsl ol dilates of deceased pers:ms upon which letters leslamentary or of admlnhtntlon I were Krunted diirini! tins mon'.li ot AiiKiist l!H7 with the dale of Ihe I ItriiiithiK ol such loiters an,-, the ! name and address of the cxcculor or ndmlnliilrator: I No. 1013. Estolc of Dan M. Dun| kin. deceased. I/Htern of Adinluls- trallon issued to Murctis Evrard of 'Jilythevlile, Arkansas on Atigusl 18. IE47. Witness my linntl as such Cleric nnd'tiic soal ol salfl Court tM« Hie 2nd day or Se))tcmbcr, 1C47. . Elizabeth'Blj'th* County ai\a PrObatt Cleri Farm Loons At Ix>west Rate of Interest Quick Service A. F. Dietrich United Insurance Agency Hit) 8. 1st, St. Ingram Bldg This is not Pegasus, but a wcalhcrvane in the form of a bron/.c horse and jockey in life- 1 size being hoisted -.vtor ilie eUih- hotisc lov.'cr at Ciarden State. Park, hard by Camdcn, N. .(., The colors will be changed to r those of each succeeding year's' winner of Hie S50.000 Trenton llaiKUe;-ip. '* *™ F 3§ / ! ™H*wJ< i^/S^Mfesklwl^! Read -Courier News Want, Ads. Hardware Mutual ! Insurance Company ! of Minnesota ! Large Dividend Savings i Ixjw Net Cost Protection ^ For Service • W. L. TAMKE ! IDS E. Davis St., P. O. Box «1 j Phone 2487 BbthcvHle, Ark. i • This isn't Iowa—it's a Chicago ( backyard where this tall corn is growing. Despite s c <> r c h i n g j weather. Alntionsu. nurso, \\, raised 12-(oot stalks, believed lo be city's highest. We've just what you've waited for Simirl, sttniniiiif li<>moi'ni'i)i.sliiiif,';i, of iiost-wJir iii-t! now nL U'ADK'S in iilnindnncc. Indiuicd nutity fonnorly liitrd-lo-Rol itonin. Come- in now. Sc-c Ihu very lut<«a from t'ho ifi-cul. nuiiur f'acttii't'i'.'i. U;ic yinir credit! «5: .f'.'-j Hii ELBERTA PEACHES $2.50 and $3.00 Per Bushel \Vu Sell: • By (lit; POIIIK! « By the Bushel • r j'rtit:lil!iad BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 1150 K. Main. .Phone !>?:! Jusf Received from the Manufacturer! 2 Pieces ilP^r,,. -v.?-^? A great ninny beautiful slylcK In cocktail lablcs.. Iliiucl.soii)c light, finished wnlnul and mahogany. Modern, .semi-mudcrn utul period .styles. Every one a real valuo. We have ,iir:i rr-icivcd a limited number .>f i he ,r ijeiiiitidil suites. Onra-inis selection nf tapestry cov- crin::s . . ;i|| sprjnu cnnstriic- ti"ii. .Sprim; cushioned back and ; ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ... In a Vi'rictjr ol cliiiriniiig AT THE EBC CLUB ... JOHNNY L & his ORCHESTRA SEPT. 4 Make Your Reservations At the Club Phone 948 :...^ A brand new design in a line sofa bed. .Sprim: filled for liistinu comfort. Mpa- eifurs bedding compartment, l-'i'lds into n lar^c eomloilahlc bed. Durable t.'ilte.s'j y coverings in all color.. up Chaise Lounge There is extra Fni.nrtiiess in (his beautifully dosiRned walnut venen- Knee Hole Dosh. Drawers are .s]ia- eious. Highly polishcti finish add new beauty to Ur.U vacant curlier. J A<ld nrw lifauly t» lied- i room with one of these n.iti»n- | ally famous Chaises. All .sprimj i filled, beautifully upholstered • arms in n wide and colortul J choice of designs. Furniture Company "More for Your Money All the Tim«" A sparkling, new f>-picce porcelain top dinette, con- si.slini,' of large extension labln Riul four matching leatherette covered chairs. Finished ill gleaming white. Another lypicul Wade value! 39 95 up A Small Down Payment Opens An Account With Us 112 WEST, MAIN ST.

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