The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Tuesday, March 25, 1947
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Jl'UKSDAY, MARCH 25, 19-17 Strategy Studied To Curb Strikers House Legal Experts Consider Drafting All-inclusive Measure Ily CEOKGK K. HKEDV Jr. ' WASHINGTON, March 25 (UPJ —Legal advisers to the House Labor Committee put finishing touches todry on a "(air Uu effective" slnkr-coiitrol bill w.hici. will ac •presented to the m':inu?i3 in executive session this «v/!i. .Ciniiiiiun Fiv.l A. Hartley Jr., 'T> V f; sr.in bile measure would ihc;iide practically every propai.nl that has foun.l fav.v. 1 with a -suo- stsiK.nl group" within (lie committee. He expressed hope that action could be concluded within n week. Most of the features will provoke little conli-OTOj-sy ivilliln the committee. Hartley said. But, he indicated 1 that he expect™ major differences over provisions to restrict closed shop union contracts ami industrywide bar;»<nliij. "I am going to try and make a last minute check of ihu committee and determine which approach to lliose two issues s'jein s to have the greatest support.." in; said. "It there is any clear majoiUv on any one proposal, it will ba drafted in legislative loi'm." 'A tentative target date of April 14 has been set for getlitr> the bill to (he floor. But a strategy dispute over the best method ol pushing the bill past an anticipated ^residential veto mav force a postponement. Most Republican leaders favor wrapping up nil proposals into one bill and sending it to the white House. But a group headed by Rep. Gerald w. Laiujis of Indiana, second ranking Republican on the committee, advocates several bills Tiiey claim that Presilent Truman would not veto all of them whereas any .single omnibus measure "is sure to encounter a vcto.' : .Hartley said there- was a passi- fcjility that lie and Chairman Robert A. Taft. R.. O. r of the Senate L-traor Committee, might "all on President Truman to find out just, how far he would DC wlllin- to "o in signing a labor bill. 'A check of House committee members indicated that the most substantial support wa s behind a proposal Ural would permit voluntary closed shop agreements but. would make it very difficult lor a union to sc'ourc such a. contr.ict by a strike. This proposal would declare the closed shop an "Improper" labor objective. Unions which went on strike for such a contract would lose their Wagner Act privileges and employers would be free to fight them by all legal means. New divorce laws of Siam pcT- .JNI.S..infidelity of husbands,'but not Wjvivcs, as grounds for divorce. Killed In Boat Explosion \ _BLY1'HKVILLE (ARK.)' COUU1EU NEWS Walter K Overell. left, ft.mndcr ami forn.rr ,ur,,m,r c con,n,my Rnd h,s wife. BeulRh Ove,,ll, ,i,ht. were Ulted by a Watt'that tcred ,-uul .sank , hpil . 50 foot milsn . examining tlie hull wlien it vvn.s in. ami a quantity of unexpUxled tlyiu Bculali Ovcrcll, 17. ana her buy , . or murder in Suiilii Aim, Ciillt.. lion . t n?acli. Calif, police cd found traces of a liming device nitc. Police ill-rested the d-.n:gl tcr, end. Ocoi-fp oolluin. OJ1 suspicion e of the Ovcrplls. (NBA TclephotoJ jrees To Let Draft Law Expire WASHINGTON, March 25 (UP) —The Senate .today agreed without debate to let the druft expire next Monday, but to keep draft records m local boards until June 30 The measure, which now goes to tile House would create an olfre of selective service records. ..The action was in accordance with a request by President Truman But instead of transferring all draft records to central depots >" each state at once ,th c Senate voted to leave them in local boards until June 30 when tliei' would automatically go to state depots. Th= Senate "Armed Sen-ires (.omnutCee had recommended that oraft boards grounds that ..... ,„„„„,, situation demands caution. Former Judge Exonerated \ 'HAimiSIJURG, p.i M-ll-h -K tUPI -lielJml V. a'District JutlKo Aloert w. Johnson, of Ecwisuurg, 1 -i. prm-ipul defendant in Uic nation's third trial for irregultu-i-' retain records on the present world ATTENTION VETERANS! H you served overseas, you should join the V.F.W. now! Meetings every Wednesday nisht nr 3 r at » tllC W « lcnl[ an>Ii Cotton Office. Brine a veteran with you. VETERANS OF .FOREIGN WARS Farris McCalU, Commander Ohioan, Piloting P-80, Killed in Western Arkansas Ak , Ark., Mur. •>;,. — (Jni)niln Jiimc.s I.IIIU' of Akron. O , WLIS killed Instantly Sunday when si j,u iiroprllocl I'-Btl WhootiDK Slur exploded in mld-iilv und crusli- t'd near hero. 'Hie Iwdy was Ulcutlllnl liy Deinity Sheriff John llhu-k of licntunvllk', iind the (y|ie of plune wus itlcnll- Ded by N-niloniil cniard nftkers who were assl t ;iicd lu miard duty. l.ltlle was cnruuie fsoin" Tluk-r 1'ipld in OklnliDiiiii Cltv ty WrlKlic Field In Daytnn. c). ' : Karmer Srott Kvuns who sniv Die crush told oflltiM's the plain; ex- plodod as the pilot clri-leil the pcld i" »» apiMient HIoil to land. ties on the federal Ijonch, was Uc- rtmtted today of conspiiacv to o»- sti'iict JusiL-e !,„<( (lef™,,! the Untied Slates. PIN-WORMS NOWCANBEBEATEl In n «i'<Tl/il ; •lon't BUITi' KEROSENE & FUEL OIL "The Old Reliable" * iic vnu neiiaoie G. O. POETZ Toer Source of Oepcndable Serrlce PETROLEUM PRODUCTS RR at Cherfj or SPARKIWG swmis to* A 0/A)f PAGE NINE s k ,:r CERTIFIED Grade 'A' D. & P. L. No. 14 Cloitiifil Trculod -- New Sacks Purity 99.5 Germination 85% LIMITED $ SUWLY PER TON ROSELAND GIN CO. Rosotand, Ark, Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1SOO W. Main OUR 1947 RURAL PROGRAM 54,000 There's lots doing these days in Southwestern Bell's rural territory. We plan to connect 5-1,000 telephones ' in rural areas this year, and construction work is moving ahead. The job of bringing good telephone service to thousands of farms in our 700 exchanges is a big undertaking. It begins with a survey of each exchange to determine the kind and amount of construction required. Then farmers are interviewed, detailed plans drawn up, materials ordered, and when they arrive, the lines built and telephones installed. The purpose of this planning, organizing, and building is dependable, up-to-date rural telephone service. It's the kind of telephone service American farmers need, and it's the kind of telephone service we plan to make available, sooner or later, to every farmer in our territory who wants it. SOUTHWESTERN BEU TELEPHONE CO.! r l£ your husband paid you ft}*- by the hour—at . ~ ™~ ,' < today' s wages—-' for the time you spend in"the kitchen, J)l we think it wouldn't be long until he would gladly make your kitchen (ll) all-electric. HE COULDN'T AFFORD NOT TO. WMOPOWERCO. "l's Olo-Btisiness to Serre P.S. Your dealer may soon have in stock that new electric range, water heater or refrigerator.you've been waiting for. Why not stop by and check with him IODAY! "t''or Work Done Ilif CALL 474-475 Cold Storage for Furs and Woo/ens NU-WA LAUNDRY-CliANERS m\ WHITE & SONS GENERAL. CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE——NORTH TENTH Phono 3151 Dr. CHAS. L CRAIG Dentist WisltC,". to (tllllMIIUW l!>(> OfHHlillfJ of his office lynch Building . Blythcvillo, Ark. Phono 2540 CONCRETE BUILDING Also CULVERTS ;„' We ore Dealers for • AQUELLA THE FAMOUS WATERPKOOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phono 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. You Get /y&ZZP Than Truck Lubrication Here First you get a top lubrication job-lubrication tliat reaches every nook and cranny. But you get a truck inspection, too. \Vc use International- Approvcc! methods and equipment, and International precision-engineered parts. When we do a lubrication job we just can't help make at least a partial scrVicc inspection. That let's us ferret out little troubles and point out ho«- you can get them fixed before they become big ones. So get your trucks lubricated here. Complete truck service, all the way from lubrication to regular programs for preventive maintenance. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. 312 S °' 2^ Phone 863 ™»TE R N ATIO NA C Truc/cs

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