The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1946 · Page 3
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MONDAY. DKCRMBBR-16,-'1940• New Mediation Technique Urged Labor-Management- Group is Opposed to Forcing Arbitration WASHINGTON. Dec'. 10. (UP) — Labor and management representatives joined today in warning tlia new Congress to steer clear of I , compulsory'a:nitration as u cure-all for strikes. An eiaht-nieinrjer labor-manat<c- n.icnt iiclvisory committee for the Lihor Department said compulsory aibitration or proposals for labor court"super-machinery" may "frus- trute rattier than foster industrial peace." It urged the department to perfect four mediation techniques for handling difficult disputes. W. Willnrd Wirtz, chairman ot the wage Stabilization Board, disagreed with the committee over the merit of compulsory arbitration proposals. "I'm all for collective bargflinins," he said in Chicago," "but if it really breaks down in n situation where a million people arc directly affected, then I think the company and the union involved have lost aiij' rijiht In ask the publl: to lei them fight it out." The labor-management committee was named to advise the labor department's conciliation service. It included representatives of the do ami AFL mid industry delegates from the National Sand and Gravel Association. Servcl, Inc., and Automotive and Aviation Parts Man- Mifacturcrs. Inc., an:( the Bridgeport Brass Co. Declaring that free collective bargaining must remain the basis lor settling labor disputes, the committee said the government must confine Itself to mediation through an improved conciliation service. -It recommended appointment of "national! known" men as special conciliators for major disputes; establishment or industry and labar panels, where necessary, to advise tlie conciliators; voluntary arbitration if mediation fails; and emergency boards, appointed from outside the government, to hear issues and publish findings. Meanwhile, CIO President Philip Murray called on President Truman's Council of. Economic Advisers to support substantial pay increases without pi-ice raises and heivy taxes "on the loot of postwar'profit- eers' and speculators." The coun:il. headed by Dr. Edwin G. Noursc, will mafce its first report to Mr. Yruman Wednesday. It was appointed under provisions of the so-called full employment act of 1940 to make recommendations to ward off depression. BLYTOBOTLLB- (ARK.) COURIER IfKWS Bits of News They Look to Uncle Sam Capt. Cecil n. liranson ahlvecl Saturday afternoon from Son Francisco, Calif., by plane to spe:i<1 the Christmas holiday here will) cuts, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Qrinsnii. and her parents,' Mr, and Mrs.. C. F. Tucker. Dill Godwin spent the weekend in Little Hock where he att-<ii<iu<l .a meeting or high school rootiuili coaches_ Mr. and Mrs. w. R. Hnrtigan and son. Bill, O f N O \ V York. N. y.. ) arrived Friday night to spe.id Uie Christmas holidays here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Al- flick. and family. Handel's Oratorio i Presented by 'Church Singers Greenery banked allnr of Fiisi, Mothofjlst Church yesterday alUi- noon providing a peaceful Chri:,!;- infis setting for the. presentation o! j'"I he Messiah 1 ' by a choir L p oiir,;cs- 'ed of voices from First Me'.hodht, ! First Christmashrdlt rdletuo—TJVVi. j First Christian and First 13apusi Church ciioirs. Telling tne story of the hiitn of Christ in song the choir presented the program featuring soloists o. E. Knudson, Dalt.on C Fowlston, Mrs. George Lee, Mis. Ralph Berryman and Mrs. Worth D. Holder. The programs were opened with "Pastoral Symphony" p)ay?d ry Mrs. John Caudill, organist. Tlic Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor. ;;a\e the benediction. Mrs. Wilson Henry was director of the group. Two Armorel Negroes Injured in Accident William Taylor and Jamss By.-d, Negroes of near Ai morel, were'in- jured slightly Saturday night when the car in which they were rldin; collided with a truck'driven ny A. J. Smith, a truck driver for the Cleatus Bail?y Grocery Store near the state line. Both Negroes were removed to Blytheville where they were treated for lacerations about the head and face. Their car. driven by T>.iyl3r, was heading east on Highway IS near Armorel. Smith drove his truck on the highway from the Aueii'in Barn near Armorel when the colii- 'sion occurred. The Negroes' car struck the front end of the truck throwing both vehicles into a ditch' : Princess Tisza de Istvan Becscy, o£ Hungary, and her husband .want their 18-month-old son, Larry, to be brought up as an American. Born Ar.ia Suli/of South Bend, Ind., Princess Tisza married, in Hungary after the Germans occupier! the country, and appeared in Hungarian Operatic TheaTre, films and night clubs. She's pictured with princeling on recent arrival in New York. FLOOR LAMPS Beautiful C - way flnor lamp. IVitti metal base anil silk simile, specially priced at only 19.95 Table Lamps China base la We lamp with parchment shatle, a special value, nt 8.95 HUBBARD FURNITURE CO: Phone 409 401 West, Main Street Poris Frocks Arrive In U.S. >' ; >• /? i< ^ PAGE •\VAKMNG OK1IKK In the Cliithrtry Court, Chlvka- | sawUa IHsirM, Mississippi County, , smwbm IMitrirt, MlMtalppI Cimiil'y, ' Arkansas, ' , Albert I'hilllps ........... Plal'itlir, ' vs. No. 9881 Mill-It- Phillips ......... Defendant. The defendant Marie Phillips is hereby warned to nppenr within tliliiy ilayii In tliv court named In the caption hereof and answer the TOinpliiinl of tliu philnUII Alb.'vt Phillips. Dated (his 22 day of November, HAHVEY MOHKIS, Clcr't . Cooper. Ally, for Hf. ! K. Hi-iulley, Ally. iul Ulem, 13J9-1U-S3-UO Too to Clattity For Sol* Hint Niuh. I ,l,,.>r ,,o,hn. I'lioni- 417 12ijil (ik'-I n.Mrn,l..| ... nil'.! flu. iw.«-iiV.7"n.(li 01 I'.y Kl'SIH K1NAK!) NEA Staff' Writer NEW YORK—(NEA)—Copies Paris fashions'' bearing haughty contuiier labels nre back just like old times—remember?—when many colthes In the U. s. stores spnli'o 'ilh a French accent. Among the earliest of the suave migrees to arrive—iiir-tlown now from Paris to New York for rcpro* dnctton by American.manufactur- ers— arc six launch costumes, designed foi around-the-clock weal- by Pierre Balmain. brilliant yomm French couturier. This exponent of the new Parisian look of elegant simplicity creates a blue-black woolen suit for morning wear. The cutaway jacket is padded at the hiplin,- to give it the new round look n nn the collar and pocket flaps nre edged with gilt metal rings on n dressier suit of fine black woolen Ins designer places a liip-drnpou la e balancing packet The conki-iii !.',„ deen I,WL , coT.e ] ction Ck Speaks ' i)rono,,nced Fnench a ,," , m ,° m U-shaiwd nccklinn i rm ', A lott ' black Jace a, d ,, i d ,, 1 " wll " and p mk sate, there are deep cuffs ( n mnt:n. I n , • . Designed for after-dark glamor IjQnOitS nrc three costumes: dinner suit of! , black satin topped by n black vvl-i J PWP I TV/' vot Jacket; n r obe tic- style parly| „ Jj / di'ess, combining white tulle anel "~ black _velvet; and a haro-slio.d- dercd sheathe of ale blue crepe, his last, designed for entr>nice- niaklng, is> a feiiunc fntale cut in one fluid line from to hem and draped with n scarf of paillelted midnight gown chiffon. Another returning sign that old times are Is (he haiuU-ncros.s;h«- sen colliiimration hctwcen the Parisian designer of these olothos and an American beautician— Helen RiibPiisteln. H was liur new fall make-up which Inspired these fashions. WAKNIN'd OKDIilt , cont " ross orl "" "' thl - • ?" ta ? torlcl ' "'""" Arkansas. Thelma Lear Jackson. vs - No. Q90!l . CI.IcK,,- ...Pluhitlfr. , T ", B (lerc » tll>u( - v ; llerel> y warned to . »* Jackson 'Is appear within ." llrt V a "^ '" the lourt nam,,l in lhc cnpl .| on lwrco! ( ,. , , - ~ ., •*_, 11 j , ^ vj u u \^. v_i By Football Star MEMPHIS, Term., pec. 10. — (Ul'i— William K. Ciilliihnn, 2'J. of Kansiis City. Mo., and W|lll.un h. lieller, 24, chk-ng(>. ivcre held here totlny nfter ilielr robberv of a owntotvn jnwelry store ended In a linse throuxh crowds or Christins choppers iinti capture. Tile pair snatched diamonds ilued at $'2!,:i7l) from a Jewelry tore showcase anil fled down Mnln street, which \vn.s jammed with Saturday Cliristmnti shoppers. Callnhiiii was uvcrlnkcn and captured by fjllif Norvcll, lormei' pro- frssloiml footl>al| star. Hullcr wns fi>un<l hiding beneath n parked car nnd .surrendered to police. complaint of the plaintiff, Tiielma Lear Jackson. l)nled this D dny of December, l!)4(i. HARVKV MOHU1S. Cleiii. 0, F. Cooper, Ally.'for I'tf. Gene is. Hnidh'y. Alty.|iitl I,tt:!nt. l2'fl-t(i.L'.'i-:ii -J. ,.i,,. i»ii. ,.«i,r. j| 0 ,,, r ,„ |...i-/..ri jlini;... riinliif f.'.n, J,,,, „,. i.l.i.-..il_. S.K.-,,!. R,.,. M f . ()„».,.„. s ,. 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