The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 16, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 16, 1948
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PAGB TWO BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Dixie Publishers Accuse Printers Counsel Says Tafr- HarfUy Act 'Fiction' Unless Union Enjoined . WASHINGTON, r«b. 16. (UP)— Counsel for the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association said Saturday ttie Tuft-Hartley Act "Mil btcome » fiction" for the publishing industry unless the International Typographical Union (AFIJ Is enjoined from alleged unfair labor practices and Illegal •trikes. It urged In * brief sent to U. S. District Court »t Indianapolis that the government's request for » temporary Injunction against the printers' union be granted. At the same time, Hie United Mine Workers and American Federation of Lflbor forwarded briefs— tl*o as "friends of the court"— tiring that the action against th» printers' union be dismissed. First of three publisher associations to file a brief, Ihc Southern Association of more than 200 newspapers said the printers' union con-, tention that the discretionary Injunction provision of the Taft- Harlley law Is unconstitutional "Is in empty one," "That provision merely calls Into p!ay an nacipnt power of the courts of equity to Insure for a lltlcqiiL «n effective remedy In the event the vindication of his right by another tribunal," "Hiurman Arnold, chief SNPA counsel, said. "As shown by their own admissions, the union here has deliberately embarked upon a campaign to defy the labor-management re- I«t!»ns act of 1947.— he said. '"llielr proclaimed objective* are flagrantly Incomnntible with the act." Lists Union Alms Arnold salrt the objectives Include the denial of good faith bargaining to employers; maintenance of clos- trt shops; enforcement of secondary boycotts; exaction, and Invoosl- tlon upon employers of obedience to so-called union laws which govern virtually every asoect of composing room operation. "Unless the rrsnondents are en- Joined from their law-defying campaign, pending the protracted ocr- lod for a dispositive determination by the National Labor Relations Board, the labor management relations act of 1047 will have long since become a fiction with respect to those who must deal with re- iponrtent union," Arnold said. "Publishers," he said. "ar e con- Jronled with the sole alternatives of exposing themselves to drastic »nd perhaps disastrous economic penalties, or of becoming unwilling participants In fin tllegnl consplr- • cv to violate the law of the land." Welly K- Ho»klns, eeneral conn- eel for the Mine Workers, said that if an Injunction should Issue afcalnst the printers, "then indeed the dav has arrive when labor as a whole, Industry and the nation. Itself, .must face the return of 'government bv Injunction. 1 " "It would be a grievlous mistake to restore the injunction as a •weapon 1 In American industrial eosfllotei" -Hopkins snld. "It does not work. It neither mines coal, nor moves trains, nor makes clothing." " The AFL said the Tnft-Hnrlle.v Act makes TJ..S. District Courts a "merg agent" of the National Labor Relations Board. Hello, Big Boy Wallace's 3rd Party Strength To Be Tested NKW YOHK, Feb. 16 (UP) — Strength of Henry A. Wallace's Ililrd party movement will be tested for the first time tomorrow In a ipecla) election for representatives from 24th Congressional District In (fie Bronx. Nationally known figures, Including Wallace, Edward J. Flynn, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Mayor VVIIIUm O'Dwyer have been Involved In the bitterly fought battle, which will be not only a test for Wallace but also for Flynn, former Natlonal Democratic Committee chairman. Flynn must produce on this election— in his own dlstrlct^-because the Democratic high command wants to snow under the third party movement to make a national Impression. Flyim's organization was expected to put over Its candidate, Karl Propper, but the all-Important question was the size of the vote. . Four-year-old Barbara Jean Wcller gazes up In awe at this 14-foot snowman built on her front lawn in Dayton, O., by her father and a neighbor. Heart Operation Brings Health, Hope To 21-Year-Old Girl Invalid she had dreamed of—a Job, mnr- ri.ige .some day und the daily routine of n normal person. Betty Ijce's heart condition had , been produced by rheumatic fever. Smithy said the operation pcrform- ed at Roper Hospital Jan. 20 re- CHARLESTON, 8. C,, Feb. Ifl. :UP)—The young nmn took the girl's hand in his own and said [oodbye. He watched intently ns she walked (o the watting plain. She .urned and .waved and then was gone. The waiting room crowd jostled ' lieved a considerable amount of against the young man, to them a , strain on ths heart rtuc to a blocked stranger who had come to bid fare- i valve. well to a friend. j n c performed the DO minutes of Dr. Horace G. Smithy, 34. does nnl : delicate surgery with a special In- see all ol his patients or! alter he ) jtrument for Inking scar tissue has discharged them. But he felt j from the valve openings a closer attachment for 21-ycar-olil j "The groundwork has been laid, Betty Lee Woolrldgc, of Canton, O. | and it has been demonstrated be- Only two weeks ago Betty Lee was j yond doubt that the procedure bed-rultlen with heart trouble that " ' New Jeep Displayed Poole Motor Company, Jeep deal- •r at Steele, Mo., announced a new model Je«p today. The nev; Jeep, a * cylinder station wagon with passenger car Interior, Is the first of a new line to be delivered In this section. seemingly would keep licr Indefinitely helpless, perhaps lor life. Even for the small exertions of moving about in bed and breathing, she had to tnke 20 pills of heart stimulant daily. Alter successfully performing for the first time oii H human a daring operation whereby valvular openings in the heart are unblocked, Dr. Smithy sent his patient home with new hope. It was not hope alone tor brave Betty Lee, who asked him to use her for nn experiment instead of the animals he had used for two years, but for thousands of persons In her same condition. 'She's a grand person and I had become very fond of her," Smithy said, explaining that he had comu to the airport a.s a good friend to wish her luck and not as her doctor. Buf Smithy got back Into character before she left, warning her that she U still "a heart patient" and must take It easy for awhile. But except for strenuous exertion, Betty Lee was free to do the things applicable—and not only applicable but can be done In the case of seriously 111 persons," Smithy said of the operation. Smithy said he will continue his experiments by watching the long- term results • of his operations which, he pointed out, would not show up definitely for perhaps five years or more. He pltins slmilnr operations on other patients )n the near future.' If long term rcsiilt-s Indicate the heart Improvement Is permanent, Smithy said, It Is his hope that the point where It can be made a routine procedure." He emphasized that (he new technique may only be used In cases of narrowing of the heart. He stressed thai it is "by no means" n cure for rheumatic fever. The operation appears lo work best on young people, he said. Hear Evangelist C.R.NICHOL .of Clifton, Texai Missouri Boy Rides to California MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1«, 1941 Airport News With the arrival—after a lengthy absence—of warmer weather, fly- Ing activity picked up over the weekend at the Municipal Airport. Interest In the newly-formed Ely- thevllle Private Flyer* Association Is on the Increase and the 25 who attended Ihe initial meeting last Thursday night are contacting the Approximately 100 flying enthusiasts In this area who are eligible to Join. Tf> become a member, a filer must hold at least a student pilot's permit and have made s. solo flight. The club has drawn up a list of qb- Jective.s, both social and relating fy the welfare of local aviation, whicS i~—— *"" -«.v", *uiu LUUI, me will be undertaken after accom- I commission's idea about advertising >rsh!|> effort now | Wl>s not '" agreement with the After 1665 miles and nearly «i x months of travel, l«-yow Clyde Elliott «nd hi. 7-year-old Palomino horse, Pal, reached their destination, Alhambra, Calif. The youth, from jopllii, Mo., plans to rest and the.i return "the modern way," but Pal's going out to pasture, Klliot; is visiting relatives In Alhambra.— (NBA Telephoto.) Victory Mtdal Award* ToB»Mad»by Legion Army, Navy and Marine Corps veteran* of Pemlscot County and surrounding artas will be awarded American Defense and Victory Medals' at a meeting of veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 78S9 at 8 o'clock tomorrow night In the Odd-F*llovis Hall at Steele, Mo Pent Commander Edward Denham said today that veterans re- ceiv ng these medals must bring original copies of their discharges to the meeting. Eggs, butter, milk, and salmon, »r« the best meant of providing vitamin D through food. Relief At Last For Your Cough Publisher Takes Issue With Utility Regulators EASTMAN, Oil., Feb. 1«. (UP)— Edwin T. Methvin, president of the Georgia Press Association, today took exception to the report of the State Public Service Commission which said that the Southern Bell Telephone company did not need to advertise in order to render efficient service. Mclhvln. in a tetter to Chairman Walter McDonald or the public Service Commission, said that the Ismail hole at C.imp Holablrd, Md., | they tied ttie wire to a pet mouse I and Id liiin run through the hole. Draughon's College of Mechanics j Post Office Box 835, Memphis, Tenn. Will (five you specialized training OB motors, motor tune-up, painting, auto electricity, body and fender work, clutch, brake, transmission and deferential repair. A complete training, approved for VETERANS. Call or write for free information. pllshing the members))!): being concentrated on. The group has set as Us meeting night the first Thursday of each month. Unlil further noijo? (.he Association will meet at 1:30 at the Ply-Inn airport restaurant. W. O. Reeves and W. I. (Sonny) Osborne Jr. Hew to Newport last week in Mr. Reeves' Cessna 140. Harold Siulbury last week Hew to Qulncy, 111., in his Bellnnca. C. V. Scbaugii and Ernest H.ilsel! Hew the latter's parents, Mr. and Mis. J. s. Halsell, to Little Rock last week In Mr. Scbaugh's Navlon. Mr. and Mrs. Halsell are believed to tx about the only couple in this area .who have passed their 56th wedding anniversary and stUI do their traveling by air. opinion 01 most successful busl- Methvin said the type of advertising carrier) by Southern Bell has been direct!) lesponslble In many cases for belter services at lower prices. Mouse ''Electrician 1 * When electricians needed to gef. in electric Ukht wire through t It Is estimated that there are between two and three million .farmers In the United States who do not own automobiles. Transient pilots who landed here during last week include the following: o. C, Metzger, H. A. Phepps and Don Rinehart, all'of Perry la Bonanza; \v. H. Cunningham of Kavanaugh, of Memphis, PT-19; L O. Cole of Memphis, .Luscombe; Jim- Thompson and Bud. Rose o! Joncsboro, Cessna 140; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Fowler of Manakto, Minn., Bonanza; W. J. McKay and Bob McRath of St. Louis, BT-13; George Georgeson, Emerson, Nebr.; J. M. Barnhart of Farmington. Mo.; Lowell Allison of Pocahontas, Luscombe; Elton Patterson and Godfrey Pugh of Jonesboro. Cessna HO; a. M. Keeley of Marked Tree. Piper Cub. -HOT FLASHES? Are you gotnp thru the flmctlonnl mldcUe-nge' period peculiar to women (36-52 jrO? Dcen this moke you suffer from hot flashes, feel so nervous, Mull-it rung, tired! Then Do try Lrdl» E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Com- gmind to relieve sucll symptoms! Plnklmm 3 Compound also hae what Doctors call a stomachic tonic effect! LYBIft THIS WEEK AT KIRBY'S Don't Neglect a Cold! Take C.-L. Cold Capsules. Quickest relief from the symptoms of common colds. Guaranteed. 49* Jergen's Lotion Sl.OO size and Dryad Deiidrant 29c size. both 87c. Stop That Cough! Take C.-L. Cough Syrup. Quickest relief for coughs. Pleasant to take. Guaranteed. 35< & OLD SPICE After Shave T,ofion Tweed Cologne Rev Ion Lip Sticks $100" $1.25 and $2.25 65 C and $1 00 We fill prescriptions from all doctors at guaranteed best prices with guaran- Pharmacists, VANILLA ICE CREAM Pint 25* A MILLION MILES of telephone wire at The Church of Christ 1210 W. Main St. Blytheville Feb. 15-22 7:30 p.m. KLCN Doily, 12:15 Th* Public is Cordially fnvrta/.. FARMERS! GARAGEMEN! AVOID LAST MINUTE MOTOR WORRIES If you hare motors to b« rebuilt—don't put It off, bring them to us now before the spring rush begins- Last year we were 15 days behind, du« to an unusual Influx of motors to b« rebuilt. Save yourself time, save us from worry by letting us get your motors ready now. PROGRESS REPORT ON TELEPHONE SIRV1CI This year \vo will install a million miles of wire in telephorn cables in th« Southwest. These cablei will connect telephonei to (witching equipment in the telephone office. Inside the lead cable sheath are hundred! of tiny wirej, and it take» one pair of those wire* for «ach telephone line. Most telephone cables art full today. All wires are in use serving as many people as possible. New applications keep coming in almost *i fast as w* can install new cables to connect telephones. That's why we need more cables in practically every telephone exchange. Even • million miles of wir» in cablei won't b« enough. W» need to continue asking people to take party-line service —srTthat one pair of wires may serve as many as four families. If you're one of those waiting, you may be sure that we're working hard to get and place cables to connect your telephone as soon as we can. Wa don't like to keep anyone waiting for telephone lervtce. •OUTHWISTiXN I ILL I1LIPHONI COMPANY MOTORS REBUILT With Factory-Like Precision Any Make «Tractor, Truck or Auto Motor Turned Out Like New. All of These Motors Carry a New Motor Guarantee. GET YOUR MOTORS IN OUR SHOP AT ONCE Cracked Heads or Blocks Repaired Here (All Work Guaranteed) Valve Ports Repaired. Don't Throw Them Away -— See Us JOHN MILES MILLER I i t AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY 123 West, Ash Street Blytheville, Arkansas Phone 2007

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