The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1947 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 13, 1947
Page 6
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***** BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1947 faultier Insists On Fund Controls Boss of CIO Auto Worker* to Comply With Taft-Harthy Act BV CHARLES H. HEUOUJ (United frttf SUIt CorrMfvadeflt) ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.; Nov. IS. iUP)—President Walter P. Reiillicr cf the United Auto Workers (CIO) asked the llth convention today to establish strict controls over finances and union responsibility. He called for a constitutional amendment to require the.- union's executive board to keep verbatim minutes of its meetings for examination by members, and asked for creation of an impartial board of trustees to be ejected by the convention as n watchdog over union funds. A spokesman said the proposals appeared more strict -than similar provisions In the Taft-Hartley labor Uw, but he predicted approval of both. No other union requires verbatim minutes of executive board meetings and few, if any, Rive boards of trustee. 1 ; the authority to decide .whether funds have been Improperly spent by officers, the spokesman laid. The Taft-H»rtl«y law, in fixing responsibility: of union officials for the funds they handle, requires only that an annual financial statement be filed with the Labor Department and copies furnished individual union members, subject to penalty for false statements. The lav, 1 does' not require the.keeping of minutes. The convention voted .Monday lo comply with the Taft-Hartlcy law but to work, for Its repenl. Keulher Wins Control of Union Reulher said that although he made the- proposals when he was In the minority on the executive board he would Insist that the convention enact the reforms. He said his • foes would probably Insist on their approval also, now that, his forces are In control of the union. The. union was set lo complete election of its executive board late today with the selection of 18 regional directors. Reuther had sev- .en of them and he figured to win 10 of the 11 now held by his foes headed by George F. Addes, former secretary-treasurer, H. J. Thomas and Richard T. Leonard, former vice presidents. He may wind up with a 21-1 majority in place of the 14-B Couple Stranded On Mountain in >ub-Zero Weather EVANSTON, Wyo., Nov. 13. (UP) —A,search party set out In below, zero weather today, climbing the snow-covered dopes, of Gilbert Peak where a California couple hu been ttranded since their small plane clashed last Saturday. The seven-man search parly, icd by Ranger A. K. Woscnson, stopped at the bitterly cold "hole In tin rock" ranger station South of Mountain View, Wyo., last nlglit. They hoped to rcacli the couple, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Dyke of Tafl, Cal., today. The couple was sighted yesterday by Lawrence ModulR, Evanslon pilot, who said they appeared to he "In good shape" despite Ihe fact lhat they had spent four days and nights in near-zero wentlwr on the frozen peak. ' Call Kclbcrt!, veteran Utah pilol who flew over the wreck later- yesterday, said he "just couldn't figure out" how the couple had survived. Helberff, malinger of a Salt LaKe City 'lying service. Hew low over the wrecked airplane twice, drop^ ping blankets, bedrolls and food, and making a map lo aid the rescue party. Don't B«f/«ve Everything, Housemothers Warned ALFRED, N. Y. (UP)—At Alfred Unlvernlty even the housemothers let textbook*. The book, wrillen by Dr. Elizabeth Geen, dean of women, In entitled "Manual for Housemothers" and »ays that "a housemother must listen to complaints about food, service, faculty and student*. "If she believes all she hears," the book continues dryly, "»he will find herself turning with each report like a weathercock." Not So Kunnjr ST. JOSEPH, Mo.(UP)—Clarence Janie.s Murnwski thought It was worlha grin when Magistrate A. J. Bellljy fined him $1 for driving without a license, What the magls- irate had to »ay In conclusion wiped Ihc smile till his face. The Judge said: "Plus cost* of }».60." Livestock Gasoline consumption in the U. S. during the first five months of 1946 totaled 1,046,548,000 nations. count against him for the past IB months, his supporters said. Reuther completed a clean sweep of the four top Jobs last iiiBht and now heads a quartet of the youngest officers ever to lead a union as big as Ihc 920,000 member auto workers' outfit. Reuther Is'40. Secretary-Treasurer Kinil Mazey is 34; vice-presidents Richard Gosscr 46, and John W. Livingston 39. Mazey defeated Addes and Gosscr and Livingston beat Thomas and Leonard'yesterday to complete the Reuther sweep. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Nov. 13 (UP)—Livestock: HOBS (1,500. silable 9,000; active, steady lo 25c higher than average Wednesday. Bulk good and choice 180 to 300 Ibs. 25.M-2S.50; more at 25.50; top 25.50; 160 lo 180 Ibs. 24.5025.25: 130 to 150 Ibs, 22-24.25; 100 to 120 ll)s. 19-21.25; pood sows 450 Ibs. down M.1S-2S; few »J»; over 440 bv 22.60-21.76, 8tag< 17.W-31. Callti! 4,000, salable 3,500; culver, 1,800, all salable. Supply light with, hardly 10 loadi of iteerj offered. Inquiry moderately active and market fully iteady on all classet. Two load* top food yearling steer* 38.15; odd lota common light weight iteeri 1«.M-1I; medium helferi and mixed yearling! 18.50-23; a few good from 24-2«; good cowi quoatable at 11.5011 JO; common and medium beef cowi 13-16; canners and cutter* 9.SO-1JJW. FOREIGN AID (Continued from Page 1) and Austria until March 31. Jonkmin cited delivery figure* under the post-UNRRA program, designed to aid five war-devaatat«d European countries and china, and added: "If you don't ship any more rapidly than In the last five months, you will have enough money from that program to lul until March 31." Hanlnian said it takes time to purchase and assemble supplies and Ihem to seaport* for; over Iramportallon. He Mid he •hip M«S . _ did not believe there had been any Jag in the pwt-UNRRA relief pro- train. He Mid he understood the government had "over-allocated" thoM fund: by $16,000,000 in the belief It could use fund* act aside for the International children's fund. Some Overlapping Fear*4 Jonkman, conceded hu figures were based'on actual ihlpmenti and not on export commitment!. But he said I IIP re was some chance the two programs would overlap. Before Ihe House committee Har- rltnan testified that: 1. Although this country's Immediate grain export goal U 510,000,000 bushels, this (inure"can be met only If President Truman's food conservation drive goes over the top. 2. The emergency aid should have little price effect at home. He said it merely Is designed to help needy nations to buy food and fuel al- rtadjr earmarked for export. 3. H« cortilctered the governments egg and poultry purchase progj-am an effective way of tevel- Inj out lupplle* over surplus and lean production seasons Vamlenb*r» announced lhat-John Patter Dullea. Republican foreign policy epokeaoian and U. S. delegate to Uie United Nations, and R*P ChrWlan Herter, R., Miss., chairman of the 'Special Home Foreign Aid Committee, win tcsti- I fy tomorrow. The Senat« committee (lien will end its public hearings, at least temporarily, .and meet in closed Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a plcasa'.t alkalliu • tnon-acld) powder, holoj falso teeth ' more firmly. To cat and talk In more comfort, JLI:!, sprinkle- )i',tle FAS- i TEETH on 3'our plates. No gummy, | gooey, pasty taste c feeling. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug store. NOTICE David T. Cooiy Biiildcr & Contractor Hos Opened a Cabinet Shop With Russell Musick In Charge DIAL 4357 for FREE ESTIMATES on Work 213 So. Franklin Blythevillc, Ark. Farmers Auction Date Changed Hereafter, Auctions Will Be Held on Mondays Instead of Thursdays. Next Auction Will Be Held " Monday, Nov. 17th FARMERS AUCTION CO. So. Highway 61 Phone 724 session next week, Vandenberg said. The question of how the long- range European recovery program, and perhaps the emergency program, too,.ihould be administered »•«» threatening to develop Into a aerioua argument. —without "doting V.-VJSJS* PIN-WORMS NOWCANKKATEN TH# ttiMrfc* of Pla-Wonu fttvt bw» ku« !•€ cMturU*. u4 nUliow of vi». tiiu k*i* mif bt • ww i» 4wl with Ul* MM uut!!»« laaU* tk* h •-*- ^^ t uxlvpwt. 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