The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1946 · Page 3
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WKDNIOSDAY, DKCK.MHKK -1, 194G BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Scouts Conduct Court of Honor South Missco District Meeting is Conducted At Shawnee School « . Six Troops of UK- South Mississippi District of Ihr Eastern Arkim- Hoy Scout council ini't Monrtny Kight nt Shr.wncc High School Hi 'Joiner In a coin of Honor f';r the? awarding of Scout htmor.s. Approximately 160 Hoy Scouts nt- tciidcd (he Court of Honor, i>t which 35 were presented awards ranging Irom promotions to Sfconcl Class Scout to silver Eas;le Palms. Troops from O.sceoln. Vicioriii, Joiner. Whitton and Luxora were presi'iU. Ward E. Akors. Scout Executive or Jonc.stwo. addressed the Scouts following the presentation of awards. Grant collar of Troop 53, Joiner, \vas H~Af> rdrcl a Silver Ea^le Palm anrt l>av:d Morris, Hilly Curlisle. Walter Hemirix and Eugene Shancyfelt, all of Troop 51. Osccola, received Bronve Ka^le Palms, j Ray woolen and Jimmy .Iruncs of Osccola Troops 51 and '221. rc- fcpcctively, \vcrc made life Scouts. Lionel silvcrficlcl of Troop 221. Osceola. u;is promoted to the rating j of Slar Scout. j Merit Badges \\erc prcsenteci j to Clarence Wilson and Hay Wool- | en, of Troop 51, Osceoln; Lionel 1 Sllverficld. Jimmy James, David ..Gwaltncy and Jack I [endon of Troop 221. Oscoola: Floyd Tippctl and Howard Aired of Troop 201. Whitton; and Tommy Stanford ol Troop 35. Luxora. The following Ijoys were julvanc- cd to the rating of Second Class Scout: Osceola Troop 221—Wnr- rcn Wcinljcrs: Victoria Troop 2« —Paul Brooks, Btice Richards. Floyd Dcnsmorc. Chester Lunsford. Vcrnon cimuingham. Damon Jones. Dnvid Douglas. Trice Cockrill. Herman EUi.s. Earl Hickcrson and Donald Baker; Joiner Troop • r >3—Busier Henry. Larry Hammock, Paul cliildcrs. ami L. 1). Stack; Whitton Troop 201—Floyd TippeU and Howard Aired. Ar.proximalcly 25 boys were taken into the Boy Scout organization in a Tenderfoot Investiture ceremony presented bv Victoria Troop 243. ' Scoutmasters present \\ere James Herndon of Troop r>l, Osccola; Bryant Hcnclon of Troop 221. Osceola; Marshall- Conner of Troop 243. Victoria: Herbert Smith of Troop 53, Joiner; Lowiy Crook of Troop 201, Whitlon; and C. E. I.u- cas of Troop 35. Luxora. At The Hospital* IllvthrvlUe Hospital Admitted: Mis. Utcllc Bmtlli. Rt. 1. city. Mrs. II. li. Mills, Osceola. Mrs. Gus Morris, O.sceula. Helen Crafton. cllv. nisinissed: Nita Joe Jones. Cooler, Mo. Jack Freeman, city. John Stewart. Arinorel. James Troy Woodsoa. city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Cirnce McCrary ,eity. Mrs. Hen Darby, city. Mrs. Maeiiie Willla'mson, S'.cckv Mo. Mrs. Herman Smith, city. Charles Irvin UeWllt. city. Donna Mae \Valdron, Caiuthers- villo. Mo. Oussie liean, eily. Mrs. K. s. Newton, Ciiruthc-i'.i- ville. Mo. Mrs. Phelau Barber, Kolser. Discussed: Mrs. Harold Culp and baby, C; 1 - iiithersville, Mo. Lehman Cantrell, Tyler, Mo. Mrs. G. I!. Castletnan. city. Charles Hester Jr.. city. Jciuiette Reasley, city. Memphis Itaptisl Hospital Admitted: John Chambers. Osccotii. .Memphis Mcl.emnre Clinic Admitted: Mrs. C. B. Richards, Frehchm;>.;i's Bayou. PAGE THREE Smith "CYinn;'.',ly anlj-:;tril:e lav.'. The still delimit I,-:\vis :v::s ordered back nuo court al 10 ii.m. <K3T> '.o leuin hi-; punishment lor itnioriiu: a court order to cull oil Hie iwtioiuil vont strike, now in its Hill (lay. , Meam* liii,.. |i (i .|-(. \vcre strong signs that llu> Kovcrnnienl wouli". K'j lu'fos-o a uraud jury suon lo :i.sU dial l.s-wls, and p-rliaps other officials „( his striking United Mine Woili,-rs (AI-'I.I. he Imllclcd for vii.!;ii!,,n ,,f (| u , S:mlh-t'im- iially arl. The Justice Department declined to comment on Ilio posMui'ily ol further i;rn:ccui!Du, hut aniou'next week \v;ts predicted by son,,'. The i:i:Vcrimieiit round in iT.steiihv cd recommending u fine of nt'ouud $i!Ou.uUU dally on L...WIS nnd Ilio union, to remain effective unlil Lewis oueyed the lesuainliiK outer. Dnlun hiwyrrs |r(l mi iloubt that Uoldsboroiinh's verdict and sentence winiM be appralvtl. 'they Iield that tin- restraining urilrr was Illegal under the Nurrli-Ui- Oiiardhi act. (Government attorneys \vvr« v iini'ertilln as 1o whether the ^entente could bo sl»)'«'' IH'inliiiK appeal becaiisi- legal jirc- ceilvnts were cunfUelhic. Should tho union '^,o lo the U. S. Court o'f Appeal, however, the gov- erjimful could ask the Supreme Court, to hear it immediately on grounds IhiU a serious question ol i public welfare was Involved. If I,owis Con t i nu*'il f i SETTLEMENT lo :s le s :;il battle with 1,-vir. • wlTe Jailed, the union mlnlil when r.olds'joiuutili held j [„ r ricn.se him on a.wilt of 1m- Ir,:, union in «mlem|>l j i,.,- as corini.s which would require another liparlng in District ColUt lic'fc— n different jiulne. Hen. liurton K. Wheeler. 11.. Mont.. iiiTclicIrd tlie OoldsUor- oiiKhs verdict would be overturned in lh« higher courts. Lewis iicu'iilcd Ihe verdlcl wllli it derinnl challenge, which w'us almost iv i\ll io arms lo Hie labor luosement. His belligerent allnck on the decision ccrlslidy offered no hope [or an early .surrender which would semi the 4CO.OOO .Milking soil coal miners back lo work in the' BOVcrmuenl-openUcd mines. . As K tn response lo the lineal of n pioHmncd strike cumc a flurry of urdm b:\nnini: nil but essentiul livlnht Irom the nutlon's railroads, .slas!\ln« iiassenner st'ivlee on irulns to halt of normal and drastically resliiftmi; the si/.c of packages thul run be nmlleil durtha Hie Chrlsl- mas rush. GoUHx>iounh's verdict iinatnsl tjewis \e.sterdi\y came at the cnn of lorn ami i\ "hall days ol a trmi at which Ijevvis was charncd wnn contempt lor rclnslm: (o oUcy a rc^ t .uilm to the Icnnlnulloii rlnnt. anil ilialnlnn or.ler 1'isueU Nov. ID. Tlicj OoltlsborotiBlra decision upheld "(tic 1 woi'k' ilo'l^v"""" order refilled l.-'wls to witlidruw Kovernmcia awiment Hint the con- l/>wlj inrde IL l,,..|,iLi., I <..,. M,« IIMH; i *_. .. ... .. . . »^,r>l« uluot. H, hmdw the union's iio-wntract, no-. his noltme Ivrjiilniitliiu the U&1W itKi'reinenl with ihe Bovern- io\- i«: off the wa'.ljoiil. Cl.ild: bri.inch ruled thai L"\vis anil ilir uMW were s;i;ilty of boui civil aiu! criminal contempt oil conn. Then- i;; no limit on penal- tier; ioi' livil contempt excc])t the! discretion ,it ilir court. The max-] liiiimi i:ei;aUy for i-riminal contempt is six inonttis miprisonment and a si.(ico line. I Although the rjnwriinieiit repori-: edly lead considered reoummendmu ; l)Jth a j;ul st'iuence and heavy tlne.i il was iiuh.alcd thai a llnal decision wnulit r.ot be made until tliej last miimic. in some informed I (luartor.s. a jnil sentence \vas ex- peeled. In lart, some federal circles ! prcdicliTt i,v\vis would lie in jail | by nii;ht. j The JuMicc Deijavlnicnt con.si{(cr-' WHAT CAUSES A booklet containing fh« opinion) «f f*^ moui doclon on thil irtUf«flinfj Aubj«<l will b« tent FREE, whiU )Kty loil, to «ny reader w/Hlno to Ihi Erfuealionol DivlllQi/ 5J5 Fitlti Aye P/ N«wYoik, N.Y., D«pl./ . , t - - -- i —..- .....^.v. *v clear that he Mas tract inn lor the duration of BOV- [, lo i icatly to accept OoldsBorou'th's ,..„.., Nnv ,,,, crmncnt control of tho mines. 'I'lie decision. He reiterated the union mm Nov. 20. | judye ulso ssild the termination no. nruumcnt that Ihu rcstralnine order The Bovernmeul disputed u-wls'| tlec was, "In fuel, a call lo slvlXe-llviw invalid <r choote HuMKo THE (Dainty COOKING FAT Sis Wondtrful! Too Late to Ctastify the coal crisis, would make a radio address to the nation. Some persons have urged him to make ai appeal directly to (he miners to re- lurn lo work. 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