The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 24, 1947
Page 10
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lal Pay Suits May Be Blocked famous Pottery Case rijAjain Before Picard; U. S. Enters Litigation i WASHINGTON, Jan. 24.—(UP) —TJis government demanded today that , the Mount Clemens pottery k cas«, key portal-(o-portal pay i thrown out of court unless can be produced of more Htfking time than Is now .^was made In a brief ' 3en. Tom c. Clark ?. •.• i aa"jj/& U ft !C Fl '» nk A ' Picard orltalry*;--.^ Picard ^S^mpt-Ahe Mount Clepiens cwwf<MM!iri£t- Supreme Court mandated lffi<&&lflt)c lion 1 much ol the unjSa'd; Sortie* time , > claimed by 289 |x>tteryW<i : fkers is substantial enough to require payment .'-„'< ..',.',. The government Virlervjwfiij filed *s_. Pteard vi'as brought* under fire Jotv a second time before a 'Senate Judiciary subcommittee. '-Theodore R, Iserman, Chrysler Corp. attorney, gave the subcommittee documentary evidence to support *h« oral charge he made »st w eek that Picard once described himself as "pro-labor." The previous charge had brought from one senator a suggestion that Picard be investigated "with ti view to\ Impeachment." To Require More Testimony -Clark said Plcara should "take Info account not only the percent- life relationship that a particular period of preliminary activity bears to the work week . . . but also the effects of the decision In view of.the 'realities of the Industrial world.'" ;He said present evidence In the case may be inadequate and suggested the taking of additional testimony. ~"If the findings of this court do not disclose periods of preliminary activity of longer duration than those appearing in the present record the 'de minimus' rule would lie applicable and the suit should be | dismissed.". Clark said. L The supreme court ruling In the f Mount Clemens case upheld the right of workers la partal-to-iiorlnl pay. Tills decision touched off the current w ave of purtal suits' by unions. The total now hns reached otaiost $5000,000,000. t The court sent the Mount Clc-, mens case back to Picard and directed him to determine the amounts to be paid, taking into account the "de minimus" rule, which holds that legal relief may not be jSffiJBlli for trivia! matters. - Clark'-, brief was filed as a "friend of the court." The govern- rnent ,1s concerned In the portal- pay controversy because It may (have to cany Indirectly n large " share of the financial burden, 'The colored people"bf* the south tonsldei alligator tall a food del- KMTHKVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Free Gas—While It Lasts Aufolsls in Arlington, Vs., recently e°t free «;is for their c'ir- , thanks to a mysterious seepage of thousands of uallons of l,'i,.h octane fuel that filled basements and wells. Above, NFA-Ann" jplioioirraplier Milt Freier lakes advantage of iho situation to «U ki "P llis cai '> aid( >d by D. F. Rice, a local homeowner Army Recruiters Here Sign Up 9; Two Men Re-enlisl Seven enlistments and two re- cnllslincnts were announced yos- lerday by Staff Scrgt. Don Seal ol the BIythcvlllc Army Hccrulllnu Service. Blylheviile men enlisting were Eugene W. Vaucely. son of Mrs. Emma L. vnuccly 0 ( Rt. i; Eugene Roaton, sou of James D. Wclr; Boyil ' Overman, son of V. G. Overman of RL. i; jnmcs L. Beavers, .son of Mrs. Ellii Lou Lcasiire. All enlisted In the Army Air Forces for tlircc-ycar periods. Other enlistees were George F, Woods, son of Ella Myrlck of Tomato, In the Regular Army, unas- slgnecl; w. L. Jamison, son of Mr. "lid Mrs. j.. A. Jamison of Riplcy, Miss., in the Air Forces for three years; «nd Edwniil E. MetliL'tiy son of ora Metheny of Huffmtin, for 18 months. Re-enlisting were Walter L Bush C f Blylhcvllle, former Air Force corporal w ilh .11 months previous service In American and Pacific theaters, and Floyd B Jones or Rt. 2, Bl.vlhcvllle, former Tank Destroyer battalion corporal with 32 months previous service in the European theater. Phone 2882 for a Taxi O. K. CAB Jack Marsh, Owner CHAMBLIN SALES CO STUDEBAKER Soles — Service We Uuy and Sell GOOD USED CARS BUI' Clumbliu _ Lei Cbamblln Railroad & Ash Sts. Phone 2195 Come To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY , With Those Dirry Clothes Open 8 a. m. Close 5:30 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday Nights Open Till 9 o'Clock 323 North 2nd St. Trucks get expert-attention at Delta Implement Co., Inc. Train- .ed mechanics and genuine International Parts available! : We've always (ricd (o give our customers the best in everything. .Our repair department consists of only 'the best mechanics . . . handling the genuine International parts who take pride in their work as a job ^ W«H done! You'll save by getting the best work done ' »t the right place—Delia Implements, Inc. { 0ELTA IMPLEMENTS ft INCORPORATED ^ , .:...<... General Geiger Dies BETHESDA, Md., Jan. 2-1—(UP) -U. Gen. Jio y s. Oel B cr, /OIVIKT- ly comniniidlng general of the- Heel Marine Forces of the pacific died yesterday j,t Dclhosda Naval llos- Pilnl. He was B2. WASHER SERVICE I'hllllp Frel |u OlMDeri, rani, Irani tii Bl ADAMS APPLIANCE . Fboai 1071 CO., inc. W AOAM8. Mfi. aU"£JQ"FOR everything in "INSURANCE" UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY Ov»r duard Jewtlry Store A. F. DIETRICH, Mgr. Why Gamble with Old Man Winter JUST CALL 949 nncl have your Coal delivered. Gimrantccil lo Satlsty We also buy poultry nt nil times. Lewis Poultry 419 E. Main FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. 61 at State Line Phone Blylheville 714 Self-Discipline Termed Cure For Labor Ills ATLANTA, G;i.. Jan, 24—(UP)— uncs j. Reynolds, jr., recently appointed to the National Labor leolntlons Board by president Truman, .said today that a "free and self-disciplined" labor movement Ls essential lo our form of government but warned Hint unions themselves must also be "democratically minded". licynolds «i!d that since passage Of Ihe NLRU act 11 years ago, trade union membcr.shlj) has grown from 3,000,01)0 to 14,000,000. He spoke at a luncheon after, telling newsmen earlier tha't the NLRjj i, ns about 10,000 cases on the ducket affecting labor and management. He cxiircssed the belief that Congress will not pass crippling labor legislation. Reynolds told a Jaycec gathering that the current labor organizational drive In the south Is "a new frontier" that can "leave its nark in n constructive way upon Southern Industry for years to come or It cim moan discord and industrial strife." He un-cd southern employers to give "full recognition to Ihc law of the land under which employee! ;, lotls ,,,„„ . , rights are protected and which ill- by "|,, ,. "1 reels it.s effort., to , n!l(;l; OI Ulc i y *'""• Jt «•"> new force In the industrial community a poner for good and stability." FRIDAY, JANUAUY 2-1, 19-17 Flame You Can't Sec Offered Campers WILMINGTON, Del. <UP> When you go camping next, summer you'll be able to cook your hamburgers and coffee over un "Invisible Jlninelc.w" flume*. At least, thaf.s ho'*.' Uupont describes Us new lublci fuel maiic from trloxanc, a form O f Jormal- dclij'de. The fuel, being produced for the first time on a commercial scare, '• i " Ues instantly W | U , a non-] um « Radio Service ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J. W. Adams. Mir. Phono 2071 zos.,,! w . Ma y blown —J during the war experimentally m t i, c sl , al . c |, I "or a fur] to heat field rations without disclosing positions of I rout line truops to the cncinv Iwo-thlrds ol Australia's mammals arc marsupials, creative;* iliat' carry their young about in pouch. FARM PITIES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS AN . s , y ra sicnt coneestion. Makes breathing easier. Invites restful sleep. Works ' ' ' •. <ranc l f or relieving sn -. VICKSVATRONOE, Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Size T. L. MABRY <23 MISSOURI ST. PH. 36i7 TRY MANHATTAN FINER COFFEE FIRST LADY CANNED FOODS Found at PICKARD'S Phone 2043 1041 Chickasawba Be Sure! INSURE With Th» FIRST [NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. BITTNER Today-Bring Us Your Poultry Old Cocks 14c; Colored Hens 20c Leghorn Hens 15c At Our Resilience, 1711 W. Vine, IJlylhcville W. T. DAVIS J_[ u ' st> l' ri ««s Subject lo Market Changes No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDREW J. FLORIDA, Vice-President PHONE 210 Mississippi County Bank Building Osceola, Arkansas BABY BEAR AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS 3J/2 Gal. - 5 Gal. - 7Gal ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE 113 East Main 1'hone 2302 Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your S s ,°, nt ' " Ot jusfc °*«, but Glencoc Bldg, 1'hone 2011 -TIRE HEADQUARTERS WHY WE CHOSE THE THREE BEST TIRES Dayton Thorobreds are dated (ires and guaranteed lor lite of tire itself boodyear—More people ride on Good- y-osu- tires and tubes than any other kind. Hood Tires are good tires, ask us about the new Hood Custom-Built 400. We Mount FREE—Every Tire We Sell * Iwtlcrics and Riiltcry Service. * Washing ami lubricating. " Standard Esso Gas and Oils. AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sts. MARK'S FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and* Appliances 320 E. Main St. Phone 240 7 CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS We are Dealers for 12 Indies up to 48 ladies 111 ' -^••^•r P THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING S 0sceoia Tile & Culvert Co, OSCEOLA, ARK. Phone 691 Yes, We Have New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! We Imvc WIU, TieAIJK FOR I,ATK M()i)K[,S display fo, Immciliatc clclirei-y-lt,, t ,,,i uc 1 — I'oulinc Slrcamliner i — Chevrolet Kleetline Tuilor 1 — Chevrolet Fleetmaslcr Tudor 1— Chevrolet Slylemaster Tuilor 1— Chevrolet Stylcniaster 4 Door 1 — Mercury •! Door Come in or rail, we win try lo trade wilh you. GUI) WILSON AUTO SALES Phone 2037 Cor. Franklin and Main St. Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wm. R. Overton -- county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years Phone Evenings — Boat House, Big Lake K (>sc!and Ark WASH TUBES BY LESLIE TURNE1 HER AS WEtL AS COME TO THINK OF ITi THEY WAOE NO POSITIVE SfATEMENTS *8<Jljr |fs VM.UE. V*N SiHCKI S5 SAID HE "DOUBTED (F SHE PWO A CENT 0««R * FOR IT VOU W_. .. TO 5A.V THM 6V ONLS IMPLYING IT WAS VMJABLE TKEV P6« SHADED 10J TO MAKE THIS N/MV H ERPI . A C E ;O^V/ WW ^ STARS', i SECW.L NOW SHE SMB MAV8E I'D TWNX IT was ONW ... A MATTER OF FACT, I-ER-FIS SUGGESTED THE AIRTIGHf P»EVOUM GOT, JF" BY FRED HARMAN TriATS UNCLE JOB. XHE HERi-MT o'COFFIN c-\^ib,^' OUST A CRMT OLD BY V. T. HAML1N BV GOING BACK x THE YEAR IB03 AND SHIPPING ABOARD THIS TREASURE .^VESSEL! ASSUMING THE GOLD PAID BV THF TO IN a03 ™ -. LOUISIANA PURCHASE UNDERTAKING HOW DO VOL1 PROPOSE TO GO ABOUT IT? VOU GENTLEMEN GOING TO A MASOLIKRADE BALL ORSUMPIN^

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