The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1949 · Page 6
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r PAGE srx BLYTIfEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER «, 194s Righf-to-Work Law is Upheld . Arkansas Statute, Opposed by CIO, Gets U.S. Tribunal's Okay . WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. <"AP) — The U-S. Supreme Court yesterday upheld an Arkansas "right to work" Jaw which makes it o crime to use force or threats fo Iteep a worker from any lawful job. In another decision, the tribunal ruled 6-2 that (he old Wagner act permitted the firing of workers who tried—de.spito a cl<xscd Miop contract —to have their union replaced by a rival labor organization. 'Die Tafl-HarUoy Act flatly bans such rilschnrpos. JiLsttce Jackson delivered the 8-0 decision In the AricniiKrus case, with Justice Douglas taking no part. The validity of the law wn,s attacked by attorneys for the CIO. on behalf of two Negroes sentenced to a year's imprisonment each because of their activities in a 194.5 strike fit the Nor Hi little Rock plant of the Southern Cotton Oil Company. The day after Christmas four strikers met five monstrikcrs near the plant. One striker was kil'fd. The two Negroes. Roy Cole and Louis Jones, later were indicted and convicted on a charge of using force and violence to prevent a non- striker from working. Tiie appeal was ba.^ed largely on 'the technicality of which section of the law was Involved in the conviction. But Jackson in the high court's decision took a broader view. He said the Arkans'as act docs not "infringe the rig]it of expression of views in any labor dispute " Rather, Jackson added, it "fairly apprises men of ordinary Intelligence that for two or more to assemble and by force or violence prevent or attempt to prevent another from, engaging in any lawful vocation , . . is unlawful.'' The court agreed to hear argu- ARTIST WITH POLISH—Surrounded by specimens ol her work, sculptress Uoin Got dine polishes the already gteaming floor of her house. Visitors to her South I.ondim, Knshuul, home aie asked lo remove Ihtu shues .so as not to spoil the glass-like sheen of the ilcjors. ! Russian Factories To Increase Output MOSCOW. Dec. G riP)— All Musi cow pnpe:.-, vcstorduy rr-ported fuc- ( lories throughout Hu.sia are hokl- ! incuts in two suits' :n which the ' i federal "(UTrnment is trying lo got ! po.-.se.'vimn of oil-bearing tidchuids off the cua.st.s of TCX:LS and 1/nii- '. .siana. Tile court snirt it will hear argument on Monday, Febrnnry G. In taking this step the court in ft {feet rejected pleas by Ihc two stuic.s that the suils be thrown out immediately. Turkeys Offered By U.S. Agency on Christmas Market WASHINGTON, Dec. G-'.TV- Tile Agriculture neparLinenl today offered to .soil 7: ; 5,0<K) iXHinds ol dressed turkeys to boast chrisuna-s supplies. The turkeys were bought by tiie department during the f^ll niukT a producer-price support program. The turkeys re pre.se] it largely birds of smaller .sl/fs. .supplies of which arc now relatively short and prices somewhat above support levels, The department fitso amended IU price su]>port program to permit producers or ijit'ir agents or cn- ojXM'Muc orgiini/.ntions to sell turkeys which were procc-sjscri between Aiifr. I and Dec. 31 to the Commodity Credit Corporation during July, 1950. This action will permit produce rs to unload any unsold supplies of turkeys on th.fi government alter the end or the 19-V9 marketing intf cotnpetitions lo increase production in honor of Prime Minister Stalin's VOtli out belay, Dec ai. Spocinl ai ficlPs lifted re.soUitLnns by workers Rroyp.s in various iu- duxtrLt-.s |)ro]ni:siny to inciefl.se output before the hlrthday celebra- 1 possible ar.son and that a "complete" Officers Investigating Batcsville Church Fire RATEKVllXK, Ark.. I)(?r. fi. 'AP> —Independence County officei-.s ye-%- tfrriny be;;an an inventi?fition of a fire which destroyed 'lie Hopnwell Methodist Church near here Sunday niirht. The Rev. S. II. Wilford. natc.sviltc. di.slrJct .supmntenclt'nl for the ! NTethodist Church, .said the loss uas estimated at $5000. 'Die sheriff's office here .said i "certain circumstances" point to' Hull. investigation will be made. RECTAL DISEASES DRS. NIES ON EACH PURCHASE FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLYI Buy o 73 piece sef of King Edward Silverplate in your favonle pattern at the regular price of $69.95 and get o large matching 19" plotter willi sculptured hand-applied border. All you poy for this [usurious turkey plotter is Ihe $3.68 federal excise lax. Regular price of platter $25 plus lax. 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Other rooms available also. :E r\r* .,, 98 c GIVE A RUDOLPH FLASHLIGHT Laiablt 1,1 It, ftllowl 98c Beam oE tight Hashes below his lijfle red plastic nose when you press his tail. Clever gift! 1 PLAY IRONING BOARD v priced/ J98 Every little "helper" needs ono. Folding lype boara 1 made ol selected wood, smoothly finished. BASKETBALL, PUMP AND GOAL SET Has lightweight. 4 panel ball of tough pebble grain rubber coated fabric. Hand pump O79 [no needle needed) and \via 16" diomeser O goals wilh nets and brockets. HEAVY-DUTY STEEL STEAM SHOVEL 295 Rolls on endless rubber treaa.. 1 Hand crank scoop raises and J dumps. Revolving house! 8-KEY BABY GRAND PIANO Low price Hours oE fun for liny tolsl Baby grand wi'th 8 tteyj, Is'fered ond Juried in scale. •. DELUXE SCOOTER WITH BRAKE 98 Sleal scooter \vith o Eootbrolce. 10-in., bronze-bearing wheels, l 3 M-in. semi-pneumatic tires. GAY TREE LIGHT SETS PRICED LOWI Sels for every noad . . . indoor and outdoor, and foscinoling bubbl* lights! All will) 7 - £i »*"" < ' oor batelih* lockols. clip-on ond add-on plugs. I * Hits indoor unei .89 7-lila outdoor 1.98 • f SPARKLING MACHINE GUN1 Jusl wind up cloclspring motor and pull trigger . . . shooli harmlesi jporls aid goel "rot-a-lot". Sieel wilh plaslic gun stoct and mania. 2SVi inches long. Flint included. 198 \ SERVICE STAT1ON-EVERYTHING WORKS] Everylhing really worls! Gai pumps, wosS . pits, elevolor, littls cars ond ramp irom A 21tJ second iloor. Display room hoi big "^ plaslic window. Outstanding toy value! ASK ABOUT WARDS CONVENIENT MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN

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