The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 29, 1947
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2i), 1047 Ohioan Answers Schwellenbach GOP Senator Soys Unions Must Show Signs of Democracy WASHINGTON, Jan. 29. (UP) — Cliairman Uoberl A. Tafl, R., O., of the Senate Labor Committee i said yesterday congress faces ihc I choice of outlawing the closed shop or insuring democracy in labor unions. ^ Taft made Ihe observation dur- ^Rig testimony of Secretary of La" bor Lewis B. Schwellenbach. who recorded his opposition lo a pending bill lo outlaw Ihc closed shop. Schwellenbach said major sirike control bills bucked by Republicans would impcric labor peace and throw tile nation into ii period ol "induslrial chaos." Taft. cited complaints lluil tlic closed shop gave union leaders "tremendous power" over their membership because expelled members would lose their jobs, Scliwcllcnbach conceded that (here were sonic abuses in local . unions and in inleinulionnl unions. "If we're going lo admit the closed shop." Tart rejoined, "we're fioiny lo have to Ret democracy unions, I Ihiuk we U\ce that allcr.- niuive." Schwellcr.'bach's attack on GOP labor legislation, particularly on Ihc BnH-TaU-Smilh Bill, iiulicaletl clearly that the administration and Ihc Republican congress still are far apart on new labor laws. He found little to praise and much Lo criticize in the BTS BUI, which Senate Republican leaders have endorsed tentatively. BLYTHEVILLE {ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE . Faithful to 'His' Cop Sandra Lee; Carl and Unby Townson. Uassett, girl. Mnry Ji>nc. Albert and unirlno SliiiiiiUti'r. Tomato, boy, Tomato Slick; Gerald and Wllma Mnvlhi. Dyess, boy, Gerald Hn.v; William and Deltlui Hauls, Lepnnlo. tslrl. Shirley Ann; Charles and Rose Ilallc. Lcpnnlo, boy. Danny Lynn; w. 0. niul Nina Wiillcy, Dycss. Eirl, nea Lorclln: George an<i Mildred Diirkley, Os- ceolu, boy, Andy Dale; Minns t t id Maryland Lucas, i.eachville, Rli'l. Mary paye; Paul anil I/iulse Ble- Pliens. Le|)aiHo. i>irl. Prances Keen: Hoy and viola Wuodall, Manila, Blrl. Jo"drives and Ine/. Grimes, Kelscr, boy. ijiiwrciico Worth; Harmon nnrt Cliarlene Wlinbet-ly, ColIK'rsvlMc. Tenn,, girl, nnuaincil; J. n. und Helen Hire, Mnuila, tjlrl, Cliarlolt La Joyce; David and Julia Palmer. Keiser. buy. David Lurry; Hoy and licrthle Lee,, ulrl, Addle Va^e; Jninrs anil llellen Duncan, Oxcoohi. girl, Barbara Ann; Wtl- llnm and Francis Onrrclt, Manila boy, Donald Wayne; J. R. and DPR- sie Kddtemun, HlytheviUe. iili'l Stella May; Elmer and Ine/. Bates iil. unnamed; Lonnlc Btarns, WllsoM, boy, iinil Myrilc Dellns. Thomas and Minnie IW'Vcs, Joiner, Ijoy, joe I'evry, Sidney and ilnlnh nlldy, Manlln, boy, 'Larry Lynn; Charles and Gladys Tlllman, WllsMii, boy, Terry FranKlhi; Eulon and Lou \Ylille, Ai'iuoi'cl, boy, Killon l-:dwiud; Hllarn and Violet Nelson, i.epiinlo. ijlrl, nonn« Joan; Onille and «yble Klmberlln. Joiner. boy, Uonalcl ISuKonc. *» "J'epsy," mongrel do;;, origin unknown, one niKht followed Pol ice- man'Henry Brcilenltam ;is he walked his midniijht lour in Orange. N. J. For months after thiit. he would wail for his uniformed friend outside police licadc]lMi let s each nir>lil and remain willi him until he went off duty. Then Brcitcnlcam fell ill, failed (o report lor duly. Pepsy, disconsolate, crawled under his friend's lochcr :intl refused lo cal. Aliovc, Lt. .1. McDerrnolt offers food, but Pcpsy just stares dully. When Brcilcnkam relurncd, (our d^ys 1 later, Pcpsy pepped up. broke his last and seemed happy. . I HunKo THE \Dainiy COOKING FAT 9ts Wonderful! U.S. Steel to Pay Dividend "NEW YORK. Jan. 28. <UP> — United States Steel Corporation directors today declared a dividend of SI a share on common sloe!:, a rale maintained since 1941. Births In County Nathan and Dora- Jones, Manila, boy, Elvis Lee; Y. A. and Gladys Faust. Lepanto, girl, unnamed; H. E. and Mary Thompson. Osccola. boy. Gr.idy Lynn; Guy and Opal Sandefur. Manila, boy, Donnie Loyd; Johnnie and Nellie Coleman, Blytheville. girl, unnamed; Walter and Margarctt Henson, Manila, hoy, Jerry Dale; Bobby and Maxine Hopkins. Paragould, sirl, Brenda Joyce; Ollie and Lucy Clement, Joiner, girl. Carolyn Elaine; Floyd and Gertrude Austin, Blytheville, girl. Melba Gray. Eugene and Juanita Crabtree, Lcachville, boy. Donny Jean; John and Aden Scott. Leachvillc, girl. Peggy Ann; •Benjamin mid'Pearl Helton. Joiner, boy. George David; Aubrey and Ramona Geater. Dyess. boy. Aubrey Allen, jr.; joe and Sarah Mofield, Joiner, girl. Martha Ann: Wallace and Opal Hudson. Blytheville. boy, unnamed; Henry aim Iline Brown, Burdettc, girl, unnamed; James and Dorothy Duck, Bassctt, boy, James Richard; Richard and Elva House, Dycss, girl, Gloria Jean; John and Opal Cole, Manila, girl, Freda Louise: Rhulin and Martha Black',vood, Manila, boy, Rhulin Lee J.. Jr.; George and Annie Ellis. Tyionza, boy. Robert Jerry; William and Betty Laire. West Ridge, boy, Johnnie Dunne. Harold and Ruby Smith. Tyronza, girl. Patricia Ann; Robert and Jessie Martin. Leachvillc, girl, Mona Sue: Thomas and Joyce Mclvin. Luxora, girl, Janice paulettc; Eugene and Dorothy Carter.'Manila. Kill. Olora Gay: George and Ncomia wheeler. Delt, girl, Linda Snc; Lester nad Lenora nay, Wilson, boy, Ernie carl; James and Lois Puckett. Manila, girl. Wanda Sue; Freddie and Thclma Butler. Dyess, boy, Jerry Lynn; Cecil and Juanita Hicks, Manila, girl. Bobby . Jean; Henry and Jc'.vcl Hicks, Manila, boy, William Russell; Clyde and Lois Eaton, Lcpanto, airl, unnamed. John and Frankle Price, Manila, boy, Dennis Marvin; William artd Tenny Morton, Manila, girl, Shirley Ann; Robert and Ella Turn-i bough. Etowah, girl. Bulah Montain; Efhvard and Phoebe Wray, Etowah, girl, Diana Kay; Orvillc and Lucy Bozarth, Manila, girl. Carolyn sue; J. T. aiul MHO Tippy, Dycss, boy, Charles Dean; A. J. and Loda Warren, Osccola. boy, Ilichard Lee; Teddy and Elsie Dixon, Lepanto. girl, Sarah pearl. Homer and Marjoric GllpatricH, Leachville, t'irl, Sarah Jean; Albert and Myrl Davis, Lcachvillc. boy, Morris Lynn; James and Mildred Lee, Wilson, boy, Craft; George and Vera Hcnslcy, Wilson, boy, George Kenith; Eugene and Lonzie seals, Osceola. boy. Larry Eugene; Woodrow and Dixie Morris, Caraway, boy, James Lee; Bud and Mabel McBride, Joiner, girl, Carolyn sue. Steve and Cathyrcn Davi-s. Lc- panto, boy. Steve Willie; Russell an<i lola Yanccy, Bassett. girl, Judith Gayle; Morlie and Ruth Tilly, Armorel. boy. Evert Arnold; Hershell..and Olivia .Brazeal, .Blytheville, gii;\, 'Patricia' A'rili; Hoy -nd Gertrude Bidwell, BlyHievllle,''gill, Linda Sue; -Robert and 'Daiscy Mndcwcll, Bassett. girl, wihna Lee; I.cpanto, hoy. jimmy Dwaync. Thomas and Edna Gatlin, Manila, boy. TlioniHS Jefferson; Gene and 1'aullne IxHon, Annorcl. bov. Jerry wlnford; Wed and Myrtle Braiiicum. Manila, boy. Fred. Jr.; John and Gipsy McClendon. Tv- I'on/.a, boy, John Augustus, Jr.; Wilburn and Alice woolen. Dycss, boy. Ronald Elwln; John nnd Iva 'Ihcinipson, sciiath, Missouri, yirl Peggy Mae; Thnma.s and Ilnlllf Russell. Manila, girl, Zcllic Ann; James iintl Ruby Biockcn. Blythc- villo, girl. Ethel Joan; Adrcn and Joda Strickland, Lcpnnlo, 8 PER ALABAMA RED ASH SAHARA COAL S9.75 per ton. Phone 551 E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. BRIGHT COLORS ... NEW DETAILS ... MAKE YOU LOOK YOUR SPRSNGTIME BEST Lyman and Jeanette Wethpring- ton, Marion, girl, Aiartha Jean; John and Ruby Petlit. Lcpanto. girl, Nancy Joyce; Hobson and Helen Elrod, Bassett, boy, Hobson Allen, III. Joe and Genevic Rollins, Manila, girl, Alice Lorraine; I,. C- and Dorothy Pruitt. Manila, boy. L. C., Jr.; William and Lilly Wiilkins, Uur- dettc, girl, Nornia Jean; Vergil and Opa\ Warren, Joinev, gi 1 ' 1 . I'atrl cia Ann; Tracy and Ruth Harris /ilson, girl. Myrtle Anette: Lloyc Rebecca Adams, Manila, gir Inda Joyce; Otis and Lorlnc Lay cpanto, boy, unnamed; Gastoi nd Audic James, Joiner, boj Cenith Ray; Louis and Margaret mith. Luxora, boy, Charles Cliford Ralph and Louise Carmack, W. J. Pollard INSURANCE G/enca* Hotel Bldg. Phone 3545 IF YOU NEED Walk In Boxes Dry Coolers Ice Cream Boxes Home Freezers or Any Heavy Refrigerator for Immediate Delivery CALL Steele 17F22 DIXIELAND SERVICE ELMS rOOl.E, Owner & Slgr, Highway 61 Norlh at HOLLAND, MO. IS HOW THE TIME! • There's no excuse any Innper for bc£Kir(; to Rcl work done on your car, or being satisfied with any«hing'lcss: r than a top'flight ^trvJcc, ioh. You will find 3 real difference in the work we do, ami you will find il will cost you less in die long run. We have ihc latest post-war equipment — but we still render service with the old-fashioned smile. Give us a trial die ncxr-time youc car needs service. MAKK A MKMO NOTK TODAY! LET OUR EXPERTS SERVICE YOUR CAR! 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