The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 1, 1952 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 1, 1952
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Bargains for Last Value Day- The last BIythcvllle Vnlue Day of the summer will be held Wctlni Murray Says Industry /Can' Work with Labor •lay, and HVD mmhiu.ts Imvc Indicated tlmt they will wind things up • in <* big Wft y wm , sami . O f the belter bargain vnl.ics or the entire pro- wMto' nTT" 1 l ° KU "' UlalC '°" U tradC '" r °" e " lhe Sl ' m '"" ™»U« »l>lle oHcrliv con.™,,*,, ravings, the ,,,o B ™,, wns under sponsorship PHILADELPHIA (/P)—CIO President Philip Murray said today leaders of industry can prove they are willing to work will) labor if they help repeal the Taft-Harlley Act and establish a guaranteed annual wage for America's workers. In a Labor Day speech before the opening session of the annual Ol Workers International Union convention, Murray' said he Is "confi- , FATALITIES (Continued from Page 1) yesterday. Mrs. L. o. Thompson, 53, of Hus- sellvillc was killed when hit by a truck near Dover Ark. Stnte Police said the truck went out of cor-tfnl while she and her husband were picking berries along the side of the road. Mrs. Thompson's husband was injured. Deputy Sheriff Cullcn storey said an 80-year-old Ml. view resident Mrs. Sally Hinkle, was injured fatally when she was hit by an automobile while wnlklne within the city limits, Mrs. Maclean Floyd Gregory about 26." was injured fatally nlui two other persons were hurt when the car in which they were riding overturned near Sheridan on Highway 46. Harold Orowder, 18, of Birdlown Ark., was Injured fntnlly when uri automobile overturned near Morrilton. Two other tecn-nscrs were hurt. ~ • Youth Dies In Fire Nineteen-year-old James Harmon died -In a fire that destroyed his home In Morrllton yesterday. Coroner Robert D. Harris snid Harmon lived alone and that Ihe cause of the fire has not been dclTmined. A tractor accident near FnyettJ Vilic took the life ol n 24-ycar-old farm woman, Mrs. Ze-lma cox Washington County Coroner Fd Watson said Mrs. Cox was drivin- the tractor along a river hmk when the ground caved in raid (ha ma- I chine overturned, pinning her to the earth. i Leslie Doyle. 50, St. Louis Mo Negro, was injured fatally when a car In which he was riclin^ left Highway 61 near Lu.xo.-n nnd"over- turncd in a cotton patch, state p o . ice said several other Kearoes in the car escaped Injury. dent that Congress will eventually catch up with reality—and then the malicious Tuft-Hurt Icy Act will jras-s Into limbo." "Hay Can lie Hastened" "That day will Ije luistened If industry will cast aside Its prejudices and join with labor in risking t h e Congress (o puss a law that Is fair to us. fair to cnltKhtcncd busincKs men and good for the welfare of every American." Murray added After Murray's speech the delegates turned to • union business Arkansas Gets Ready for 'ike' LITTLE ROCK </pj _ Supporters or Gen. Elsenhower from all sec- . tions of Arkansas or expected to which will occupy the greater pnrt of their five-day convention. Turning Ui labor's roln in politics Murray said (bat those who think the votes'of American workers run he "herded liku cattle on the rantte" arc "Jools." "Worker Can't J!c Misled" "Mark you tills: The American worker crumot be bamboozled nor misled." Murray declared. It Is conceivable, Murray sadl, that the working man who seeks advice on political issues Is going to place more reliance on "his own union than his known enemies In the ranks of the Chamber of Commerce or lhc National Association of Manufacturers.' "No, there Is no labor vote," Murray stated, "But there Is a citizens' vote, and In every past election, it has been casi- in great majority for (hrj principles of the Kcoscvclt tiviv Deal and the Truman Fair Deal." (Continued from Page 1) was riding missed a H'»h- which he .. iu way 01 curve near Luxcia anYove"! tuined m a cotton fjcui Saturday morning, state T.-oaper Tom Smalley sain Dwlght Holomon N»sro driver of the car, and «ev»r'al other' occupants, escaped injury. IlV , T "f : J'RonvTi; COURT OF { inCKAs.VWBA DISTRICT, MifcSI.SSJPPI COI7VTV AfiKANSAS In the Matter of George Wayne Yenrer Mary Louise YeaW, Elizabeth Jean Ycascr. Minors NCI. 2,':35 WARXIXG OKin.K TO WHONt IT MAY CONCERN- Take notice that on (he 23th dav i " August. 1952. a petition EISENHOWER (Continued from Page I) Prelude to an Eisenhower speech Tt he rmnual Convention of Ihe Rational Association of Letter Car- Tire ffcneial's Labor Day spenk- B date Wils the fi,- s i of nj . lo for week that marks a mtienl point lhe campaign of the Hcpublican presidential mnlimce The siieei-hes will iip off the di- •cction the campalRi, Kn es from Here whether in the same direction It has been heading all along or off on .some new iurn Some Eisenhower rooters have been camplamlnc that .so fnr lhe general has not put cnousrli wallop ........„,„., „, u cAiJL'c.-n;{[ IQ he on h.ijiij when the GO1> presl- ueufial nominee speaks here Wednesday. Verne Tindail ot St.iHstirt. Eisenhower's stnte campaign chairman, said yesterday Hint some 50 cnrs will, bring "I like Ike" folks I ol he Merchant's Dwislon of the Chamber of Commerce. Picture No. 1 shows table and boudoir lamps which will b e on sale at one-half the .-oeular price Wedne,day. V ac uum cleuners, (Picture «b 2 > w a. b» sold at a M per cent reduction for the final value Day event. Long- TRUMAN (Continued from Page 1) P. in. (EST). Tuesday's'talks, on the way back to Washington, are scheduled for these five West Virginia lov;ns: Parkcrslmi-B. 12:45 p, m. (EST); ClariMlKirij, 2:45 p. m.; Oration 3:5:, p. m.; Keyscr, G p. m., and Mnrl.nsburg, 7:55 p. m. will greet n delegation , .-""IB i IIKU .xt." IOIKS I '•••"in" wm greet n delegation Irom Hot Spring. He said tit least I nt Cincinnati nt 8:30 a m (EST) five cnrs will bring supporters from I '''"esdny, but llic White House said '•-'""•"•-'" - . . . I the physical sc tup at tlle s[ u into the Eisenhower's , nowers stuff rays J,e will start swinging political haymakers any dav nmv In a brif.-f tulle of his own prepared for -livery to the letter earners' eomvnlion, Curlsoii said Anderson hod put (his "very shock- nip statement" into his letter" a federal employee, 'you not b:- m ,] c; | into that you will «,.-,;„ V(1 ,, r position i!, c voters chooso a Repubiican iueMui-nt and a He pulilicnn lycttcvtlln and " n lnr?e number of people" nre coming from Pine Bluff. , Oov. Shci-inan Adnms of New Hampshire, chairman of Eisenhower's political advisory stuff, snid yesterday that the general Intends to (lea) In plain, blunt words that people e:mi believe. Eisenhower is scheduled to arrive In Ltlllc Rock at 3 p.m. He is lo leave for New York nt 5 p.m. after n 30-mimite speech at MncArthur Park. Underwriters Invited To Training Course Members of the Blythcvilc Life Underwriter's Association were invited (o nttenrt a life underwriter's training course to be held in Jon-s- boro beginning Oct. i when two Joncsboro underwriters attended the group's regular luncheon mcct- luit In Hotel Noble here Saturday Biirnus Payne nf Vermont Life Insurance Company's Jonesborn office and D. B. Aycock of Lamar Life fosiirancD Coropnny'.s Jon.;s- horo -o!{!ce"rnddrcsr,cil the association on-plans for the training ,„.,„„, UJ . tt norel>v Dro course and discussed possibilities po t .cd as an amendment to the Con Blythe'm" 8 n l "'° C ° UrS!! "'|? tiU ' tlonor .<^ State o, ArKansS The courses are open to nil underwriters ol this area who qualify, and arc under sponsorship of :hc Nallonnl Association of Life Uiv.lri.-I virtually ruled out a speech. Truman was nccompnnled by his physician. Maj. Gen. Wallace 1! Onilmin, wearing civilian clothes but Iho President left Army' Navy and Air Force aides behind on this first frankly political trip since the Democratic convention The White House said the Demo- crntic National Committee was Pickiur- up the check for the trip and the 30-minufe national radio hookup (CBS). Principal expense tor transportntlon will be 10 first class tickets for the private car minus any charge for berths since the cm- is owned by the government. Secret Service ngcnts went along us they are retiuirecl (o do when the President travels, with the I'reasuiy paying their expenses. I'ROI'OSKD CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ,NO 43 BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives or the Stnte o( Arkansas and by tiie Senate of the State of Arknnsas, a Majority of All me Members Elected to Each House Agreeing Thereto: That the following is norei>y pro- writ,, T! ansa aim upon being submitted to tr electors ot the state for approval or rejection at the next general election lor Representatives and f I'ftOi'Oset) CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. -11 BI-: IT RESOLVED },y the House at Representatives of the State ot Arkansas and by the Senate, a majority of All the Members Elected to Each House Agreeing Thereto: That the following Is hereby proposed as nn amendment to^thc Con- same shall become a pnrt of' the Constitution of the State of Ar knns.-is. to-wit: Amendment No. us | 0 the Con- stlt.mon of the State of Arknnsas adopted by the electors of this state nl the General Election held and conducted on the oth nay of No- vemlwr. 1028, is hereby amended to "•ad-as follows: SECTION 1. ft being most oppar- cut that privately operated factories 1S '"M and transportation fncih- and upon being submitted to the ' arc necessary for the develop- >! • --- ...~-t**.. uj >,,xiL)[j njp e.— lornte boundaries thereof may u , levied by cities of the first and se< curt class for the purpose ol pro v.Ciii.g fluids to be u»cd for the ar I That tne Constltii. i ouls " lr>1 ' ol alles within or wlthou of the state ol be! suc " cltlcs " ntl f °r <!>e construe •ulnpt Midi amendment. I he srnm: slinll lrronu> n pan uf tlir Constitution of (he Slate of Arkansas \nrte , °" " r tho Slnt<- "' b»! suc " cltlcs " nt > f °' »\e construe m 'urrV; ''A '"I . il ' ( '' !vi <™, >»•<* •;>«md«t modifying Sw-lioii I!) of!".™ <" sl »* sites or buildings a.ifl Dcinccrilic I a nnmwr c < >> Al '" de ' "»" s "<!°» 3 ol Amend- I ° Iiler '"'»'"«, for lease or sale fo, sioJinm'ni, .--'.'•' : '" C! |irnfl ' s - mcnt No 24 of saltl Constituilon ) lhc a'»r«nl(l purposes. or for thr n- "ov - , - ,"'/'!;' "' " ln po " :i1 so ns '" " r " vi ' !l1 '<"• "u- Hrvium of nmariizAimn of bonds bearing In- fiiii'^s wi!' N-'trri i '"' s '"" lnr lv - ;1 County Clork In nil of-tin- said torm M no! "«>re than four pei counties'of Ilio Slate, us follows: "Hie provifions for the election /olloi'-ert "hV'i'i"" 'ri' '", t ' w "' ann ls "' n Count - v Clerk upon n pomu.i- «""' Andr n, "V,,-'' 1 , 1 ; ;< ? K 'I"" taS ' S " rc h " cby »t»»»l'crt «'ui tu, A.j_rtn,oii f ,,,d. nlthouah Mr. | there may l,e elected a County Clerk employes in lhc *;; Bnl and is Darhv Harrv nation:,! r » will get a 1 ;, i lcl ° C' C ° Urt "' such on the n-oV:-i.l employe's salary" " " 5 " Circuit C1 " k ' rent prr niuiiiK .jsitcd for such putpnses SECTION 2 When petitioned Oj not less than ten per cent oi the qualified electors residing therein _ ,. ! >' Council or other govern: County Clerk j ln S oo<l>' -it any sucn city shall call rfc of the Pro-1 /or nn elfctlon to be held not more county uiilili' hnn "iucty days thereafter lor the i- the General ' Purpose ol having she qualified -•----• I electors vote In the nroposition This Amendment shall be In tull ' SECTION 3 Tlic General \ssem fore,, niid eiTecl. upon nsid ntu-r its i hl v *all enact such enablini- lecis anun1i{iii il^K.^K _- ^i.-n . " "-*-'.> , inn. APPHOVED. March 20. 1351. Secretary of stat O. 0. HALL - »^.. fuL-mik, it^iii- lalion as shall be required to effec- .ite tiic purposes tiereor APPROVED: March 20. 1951. Secretary of state C. G. HALL In World War ir the British eliminated the race course and cricket' at O/braltcr lo make way tori" 1 s wftne.«5, fiber and color, rang. a modern alrileld. '™" ""* Ulrmigl1 pillk The meat of watermelons varies = vc dependent and delinquent children ,,A mv ' UR1 «« you within 20 days aflcr the date of this notice and show cause asalnst such application, the petition f,h a ij be taken as confcs'i'ri and p. decree urantcd Dated this 25th day ol August »„„, . He offered p. behalf niul on behalf of' Jbe "ne" publican parly ib;it: "No classified federal employe in (lie 1'ostofflcc service will ije dischai-Kcd as a remit of the dor- lion cf .1 nrpiiMican administration in November." the "Century Club" Kor Your Convenience WE FINANCE AUTO AND TRUCK REPAIRS Blyfheville Motor Co. 17:^^.1 o. iTi-_ i t Kirst & Wnlnul Phone .1.122 STEVENSON (Continued from Page 1) said that wing seems stronger He said! Dwljht D. Eisenhower, his Republican opponent, already has disagreed with sane Republicans on foreign policy issues, and btcvcnson continued: "I don't envy the general's impossible dilemma as a result of the conflict within the party lie now hears Carrying out an effective, positive forward looking foreign policy in a democracy requires support not only in the executive, but also in (lie legislative branch of government. "How Is Tt Possible?" "How is n possible when a Inrge proportion of the party's members In the Semite, and more than half of hem in <he House, have consistently onposcd W | m t he approves?" The five points lie said'shmild'he fw, ln a law f I -Hartley are: to 1. "The law must accept labor union . . a.s (he responsible reora- sentatives of their members' Inter- 2. "Labor unions must conform to the standards of fair conduct and tqiial protection in the exercise of their stewardship." He called this the reverse side of his first point 3. A new federal law must outlaw unfair bargaining practices by ompanies or union t think it . . . n Is only common sense that we must forbid swell practices as rurisdic- ttonril strikes, and strikes or boycotts attempting to force an employer to deal with one union when sleeved gabardine sports shirts, (Picture No. 3) usually sold for SI95 will be priced at $2.05. Top quality nylon hose. (Picture No. 4) w m OT li for 50 cents per pair Wednesday, for the final BVD day of the season. (Courier Hews Phofos) another has been certified as the representative of his employees." 4. The labor Injunction must oe rejected . . . -mat tyrannical power to have men and women ordered back to work In silence has no place in today's labor law." 5. "New methods must be found for settling national emergency disputes." . • He listed government seizure us msi inur ?.?,^ °^ ! Cvera ! alt «™a"ves for set- counting. Red Negotiator Protests POW incidents When 12 Were Hurt MUNSAN, Korea (/[>>—The chief Cnmmvmist armistice negotiator today protested the wounding of 12 Red prisoners in a u. N. POW camp last Thursday and asked for an ac- na tonal "''" '" ' ° f I H .™ M he ha " read Of »» i He listed government seizure as one of several alternatives lor settling labor disputes in a time 01 national emergency. "The Congress should give lo the President a choice of procedures when voluntary agreement becomes impossible," Stevenson said. 'Seizure provisions geared to the circumstances; or arbitration- or a detailed hearing and recommendation of settlement terms- or a return cf the dispute to the par- (IciH in news reports. Presumably he referred to an announcement by thp. U. N. Prisoners of War ComninnH „„„ „„,,.„„ „. „ ^."W ^U^K;™^ ™ oTwar M «S£lS seriously, last Thursday when guards stopped them from singing LABORlAY (Continued from Page 1) holiday," said CIO President Philip Murray, "recognizes both the ^£1^^ - ??a.?.7™srw? i s^ not cleared with the White House. There has been no contact with the President." Truman ,-ilso was speaking- today, but V.'yatt said no effort had been made to co-ordinate the two speeches. other point was that the President, by contrast to Stevenson, has referred to SeTbVr'«&?-« -" ~"M! 1 - rfflS I Ourselves to build ". . . In 1952, as free Americans, we shall fj 0 to .the polls to determine ihe future course of our government policies. "We shall not, I am sure, turn our backs on two decades of progress. We shall retain our faith in the forward - looking programs of the New Deal mid the Pair Deal —programs that have brought im the Republicans. and the entire world." WHAT FUTURE L! FOR YOI AHEAD CHILD? •- n -3& \ \ Communist songs against orders His protest was in a letter delivered by Red staff officers at the Panmunjoin truce talks site It was forwarded to the U. N. commander Gen. Mark Clark in Tokyo. The talks are in their fifth strairlil weeklong recess, until Thursday Col. Charles V. Cadwell, Seattle, tC'Jly took charge of the U, N. Prisoner of War Command, succeeding Maj. Gen. Haydon L. Boatner, who quelled prisoner riots on Koie in June. Boatner is en route to the 0. s. to become deputy commanding general of the Fourth Army with headquarters at San Antonio, Tex. by Felix Carney We need Jook no farther than the recent political conventions for a basic argument that television is one of out- greatest factors in promoting As you send your children off (o •school again, you're very conscious dial Uiey're growing up. And you think of what you should be Irach- insr them — for not all lhe lessons are taught in school. We'd like lo recommend (hat you start a savings account for each child. Of course <he money itself will come in handy for your children later — when they go lo college or get married. But more Ihan that, Ihe child is taught thrift. The value of money. The reward for work. If you can tor. ch your child to save money you will have accomplished a very worth while thing- And a savings account — in his own name — is one of (he best ways to do it. THE FARMERS D A Ml/& TRUST DM IX l\ COMPANY The Oldest Bonk In Mississippi County "TIME TRIED ~ PANIC TESTED" F.n.I.c.—510,000 Each Deposit Member federal Reserve Sjslcm education- The small fry around o u r neighborhood know more about politicians and a political convention than we did in our high school days .... They're kicking" 1 around (and understanding) such terms as "the chair," delegate-at-large," "rostrum," "nomination," "roll call" and such. U'e must admit that "delegate - at - large" threw them at first till it was explained that the guy wasn 't really on the loose but was i a kind of representative of the voters in his state!. . • Speaking of the Democratic *, convention, we got quite a bang out of John Daly's remark. Daly, who quarter- oacked the ABC commentator team from a sky-fhmg glass aerie overlooking the floor said as he climbed down the lolly stairs after it was all over: "Anyone who fj, u | s me alter this convention will •iced radar and three blood- lounds." Wonder if you realize with what thoroughness your television set is tested before models go on sale? For ev- ' ample, manufacturers h'ave what they ca i) "torture" -•liambers to test the qualify ol their products before the line is , SSU cd. In these chambers sets are operated under every conceivable condition of heat, humiditv and overbad to assure against { tiouble even under the most adverse conditions. Receivers are steamed" at 1007r hu- I nudity and 105-degrce temp- |oratures for 2-1 hours then expected to operate satisfactorily at above normal power socket voltages. - . . An( , these tesls are made periodical y to assure continued quality. , . . N T o matter how expensive your tastes . . . how mo(lest your nicome. ... \ Vc }, a v c the tDley 1S io)> set (o su ;t your needs. It's the famous 6- K- set starting at only §170.95. t>o .no matter wh"at you're .ooking for, come in. See.if we can t "fill the bill" at ELY- mr r-r,» ,.-_ _ "111 rtl, JJJJj- h Alain St. Phone: 361(5. 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