The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 20, 1949
Page 9
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1940 High Court Gets Labor Dispuf 50,000 Drugs Stores Serve 5,000,000,000 e Washington State Law Subjected to Thrce-Way Attack WASHINGTON', Dec. 20. (AP) — The U.S. supreme court agreed yesterday to consider a three-way attack on a Washington state law which curb.? union picketing aclivi- Three unions—two of them ordered to pay a total ol $750 damages- appealed to the tribunal in an effort to upset the law's ban against picketing when there Is no immediate dfifiploycr-cmpioye dispute. IF'Tlic unions claim this violates the free speech guarantee.! of the -'cd- eral constitution. In one of the three cases which the court agreed to review for later decision, a Bremerton, Wash., local of the Building Service Employes International Union was ordered to pay W. Ij. Gaam, owner of the Ene- *ai Inn, $500. The state supreme court in upholding the damage award found that none of Gazzam's workers was R member of the picketing union and none had expressed a dc.sire to Join the union. The state court held that the or- ittnizlng drive which prompted the picketing was a coercive effort to compel the hotel owner to ask his men to Join the union. In the second case the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. Chauffeurs, warehousemen and Helpers Union, Local 309, appealed a $250 damage award. It was assessed, when the local was prohibited by a county curt from picketing the Seat tie used car business of A. E. Hanki and his .SOILS. Firm Hires No Help The lirm, doing business a» "Atlas has 50.000 drug stores, and Aineil cnns visit them five billion times each year. The figures are cited by Robert p. Fischclis, secretary of the American Pharmaceutical Co. The frequency of visits makes pharmacies a good place to use In health education programs, lie told the Public Health Cancer Association. NEW YORK - This country operates without Auto Rebuild, 1 hired help. The unton said 115 oilier used car dealers in Seattle were bound by a collective bargaining agreement to close their places at 6 p.m. and to keep them closed Saturdays, Sim- days and holidays. A picket was placed at the Hankes' place to persuade them to observe the same hours. The third case involved Seattle Local No. 862 of the AFL Automobile Drivers and Demonstrators. The union was enjoined by court order from picketing the nscdj^ar business of George E. Cline irt a similar effort to force him to oh- • serve hours set by other dealers. I Cline operates the bu'.incss himself | and has no other salesmen. In other actions today before declaring a two-week holiday rece-ss, the court: Held In effect that automobile clubs are not exempt from federal income and excess profits taxes. The covirt refused to consider an appeal Irom the California State Automobile Association that it review a decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals at San Francisco. Ruled in effect Hint the army was within Its rights ill arresting in this country a former civilian employe of a past exchange in Germany for removal there on a charge involving improper use ^ of cigarette coupons. The court turned down an appeal by James W. Moblcy, who was arrested at Houston, Texas, last March. BT.YTHRVn.T.E (ARK.H COURIER NEWS PRAYERS ACROSS THE SEA-Frcnch school children pray lor Belly Lou Marbury. the 9-year-old Brownsville. Tenn., girl whose tmth in prayer has stirred the nation. Threatened with loss of her hand from a malignant growth, Betty said she is sure prayer will save it. Thousands of people throughout (he U S responded to her appeal. Officers Lend Santa Claus a Hand After Finding Girl Living in Attic GREENVILLE, Tenn., Dec. 20. (A*) — For 18-year-old Joyce Conduff, police have ordered a Christmas present—a happier family life. Police Officer H. C. Burgess snld today that this is how it happened the law is lending Santa Claus :i hand: Neighbors tolri police Saturday that, Joyce was living in an altic, sleeping on the bare fJoor with no blankets, coming down to eat scraps left on the table after supper. She told them she cliose the attic One Little Girl's Love for Santa Glaus Results in Anxious Night for Mother PAGE NINB a girl gets her heart set on n man, there isn't much anybody can do about It. T.ikn the case of Helen Celenza and Santa Claus. Helen Is two and a half years old and has long blonde curls. When she met the Jolly fat man with the soft white whiskers In a department store, It was love at first sight. Her 10-year-old mother, Mrs. Ann Cclcnza, approved: Helen had her picture taken Joyously bouncing on SanUVs knee. But the course of true love never did run smoothly. Helen's mother took her hoiifc. And eventually the Rlrl was lucked Into her crib, with the Santa Claus picture by her Helen's mother wont out /or the evening. An aunt and a cousin baby-sat In the next room. Helen was quiet and pretty soon the aunt couch In the parlor. Conduff said that with his big family, there was not room for a bed. No charges were filed. Sheriff D.ihl Pruitt snld he would continue his Investigation, and Conrluff could have until Christmas to straighten out the situation and make a place for Joyce in the family. two years ago because she didn't like her stepmother. She .said her father. Ernie Conduit, wouldn't do anything about the stepmother. Both Conduff and his wife said they knew nothing about Joyce Jiving in the attic. They both work all day. The stepmother Is Conduff's third wife. He has seven children by his second wife —.Joyce's mother —but none by the stepmother. The officers went back last night and found Joyce sleepin ^^ . • Concrete Culvert Tile Sl/.cs up to 3G In. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sizes up (o 84 In. Automatic Flood Gaits Concrete Septic Tanks Mela] Septic Tanks Sewer Tile Hcst Prices We Deliver A.H.WEBB Highway fil a( SlaJt Ltai I'hoiie 1H ExtraH * * * * NORGE CHRISTMAS Extra!! * * * * BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS » y 1 I y X » I, W a a % | » 1 y v I AT ABSOLUTELY NO EXTRA COST •Sfii: --. So did the cousin. When they awakened, Helen was Police found her walking In the street an hour Inter, wearing a dress, a coat, shoes and nothing else, I go find Santa Claus," Helen explained matter-of-faclly. Charmed officers at Brooklyn's uergen Street Station did their best 'o help. They opened n locker ol Inys collected for distribution to poor kids, and presented Helen with a do]. a shiny new carriage and """y thing else that she fancied Helen was sound asleep with the doll when he frantic mother arrived to claim her at 6 p.m. Santa Claus." she burbled Family Income Tax Exemption Raise Urged WASHINGTON. Dec. 20, Ifl'i ~ Congress was urged yesterday to restore the 52,500 family exemption from federal income taxes ns u means of helping low-Income families Reginald Johnson, a field director of the National Urhan League. awakening. It didn't seem to bother her nt nil Mini he'd shaved nncl changed his red suit for a Wiio uniform will. made the proposal to a Benato- yso Economic Subcommittee studying (he problems ol low In- coive families. At present, a family of two hits only 3. $1.200 tax exemption Johi.- son said an increase to 5-2.500 would provide money for immediate needs and raise the Income level ol tl.e low-income group. Earl Parker, associate director ol Die Knmlly Service Association of America, told the committee that delinquency and crime go hand -n hand with poverty. Senator Flanders (R-vt) asked"'.Ins the poor but honest family disappeared from the American scene?" I'arkei replied: "No, hut It's hav. Ing a hard time of it." 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