The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 30, 1950 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 30, 1950
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'ATJCUST M, 1980 Canada Rail Strike Goeson;Parliament Seeks End to Balk BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS OTTAWA, Aug. 30. — Parliament today begins nie«tiu« tlnws t d»y to speed passage biu ordering resumption of n»tlon'« jtrlite-bound rail service. Th« end of the weelt-oW nationwide walkout appeared ill sight. Union leaden said after a meet- ini Ute u*t night that they would order the 114,000 jtrlkers back to work after pauace of the legl&U- tlon. Thi House of Commons scheduled mornlnf, afterooon and evening «Mton« trom today until final pu- itge. o( Uw itrike-eoding legUU- tlon. with , matt customary rules of parliament juspwided, the House gave the bill iu first reading yesterday and last, night took It up on second reading. "AU-N^hl Talki Nwd" A suggestion for an all-night session to conclude second-reading discussion was vetoed by Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent and the major opposition leader, progressive conservative George Drew. Tliey agreed th» members should study the bill overnight. The bill must pass three readings in both commons and senate and then b« approved by the governor- general before It becomes law. The legislation instructs tlic railway and unions to get the trains and telegraph lines operating within 48 hours of passage of tlic bill. Pending a final settlement, the workers will continue to work a 48-hour week (they seek a 40-hour week) and will gel a provisional rase Increase of lour cents an hour. That was the railway's highest offer during the now-collapsed negotiations. Failure of the railways and unions to negotiate a settlement within 15 days would result hi government appointment of an arbitrator, whose decisions would be final. The leg- islation'guarantees Mint no employe will be discharged for having struck. Union leaders were reported disappointed because the measure did not provide the 40-hour week immediately on ending of the strike. But regardless of their disappointment, one lender said, "it It goes through, it's the law. We will instruct our members to comply with VFW Ready to Vote on Measure For Ousting 2 Trumanites #uk Raids Said Part of VVor Id Red Drive MANILA. Aug. SO. (.-P)—President Blpidlo Qutrino said today the Communist-led Hnkbalnhap guerillas raids are part of a world Red tggresslon against democracies. At a special news conference, called alter Huk raiders lerrorlzed many Lmon towns over the weekend. Quirlno said he would appeal for organization of civilian groups In erery community to combat the menace. "Th« Philippines an u much a front now as Korea, 1 * he commented, but added that the new outbreaks would not change plans for pending Mliplno ground forces to fight In Korea. "It h«f becom* crystal clear" that kh€ Hufcx have taken up the Communist program of violent action," Qnlrtno said SAMOA DANCES—SwnU Oamal, J«-year-old expert In the Egyptian fioochy-kootchj, whirls through tho "D«nc« of th€ .Nil*" for King **rouk of ^ypt '«t a party In tho Zlnfj honor «t th« cuino In De»lT«l«, rrmncc. Th« King h»d tho dancer brMk oft her engagement in Monte Carlo to come to Deauyille at his expense. (AP Wlrephoto). CHICAGO. Aug. 30. W—The Veterans of Foreign Wars prepared to vote today on resolutions calling for the ouster of two members of President Truman's cabinet. Delegates to the 51st national encampment are expected to first vote on a measure for the remoral of Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson. Also ticketed for presentation to the convention at the Chicago arena was a resolution asking President Truinan to discharge Secretary of State Acheson. The two proposals were the scheduled highlights of today's business session of some 6,000 delegates here for the five,day convention. In a speecn before the veterans yesterday, Marx Leva, assistant secretary of .defense, said that both Johnson and the late Secretary of Defense James Forrestal "have made great and lasting contributions to our national security." He said the unification of armed forces have proved itself in the "ordeal by fire" of Korea. Leva said much of the criticism against Johnson "springs from a political base." : ' Some 300,000 persons yesterday watched the organization's annual parade down Michigan avenue. There were 20,000 uniformed marchers In the colorful parade of military s uniU and ornately costumed drum corps and bands. Among the marchers were 100 veterans of the Spanish-American war, one in war time uniform, who went the four mile distance without aid of trans portatlon. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER COMPANY, a corporation, PHf. .vs. No. «C3 OLIN T. HARRISON, MRS. OLIN T. (BESSIE D.) / HARRISON, OTTIS WARREN and THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OT AMERICA, Dfts. WARNING ORDF,R Th« defendant. The Prudential Insurance Company of America, is hereby warned to appear In this Court on the 15th day of January, 1951 and answer the Petition of the Plaintiff, Arkansas-Missouri Power Company, and upon Us failure so to do, said Petition will be taken us confessed and hearing held thereon. WITNESS my hand its Clerk of the Circuit Court for the Chlcka flawba District of Mississippi Coun ty, Arkansas and the Seal of said Court, this the 29th day of August, 1960. Harvey Morris. Circuit Court Clerk Graham Sudbury, atty. for pe titloner. Marcus Evrard, ntty ad litcm. 8;30-S,6-13-2 Nolan in LAST TIMES TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Rita Hayworth Victor Mature In "MY GAL SAL" "House OB 92nd Street" ALWAYS A COLOR CARTOON "LIVING LEGEND"—Air Force Major Dean Hess, right, of Mori- elia, O., seen conferring with Maj.-Gen. William Kcan, commander of the 25th Infantry Division, has already become a legend among the troops fighting in Korea. Originally assigned to teach South Korean pilots how to fly American Mustangs, Hess sooii became known for his daring exploits as he provided fantastically close air support for the 25th's ground operations. He has flown over 80 missions in the first two months of the war. Hoi Springs Asks Phone Rate Squelch LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 30. </D- The city of Hot Springs has ashed the Arkansas Public Service Commission to dismiss the application of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company for a n approximate $4 600.000 annual rate increase In Arkansas. The Hot Springs intervention was the first formal protest by a municipality against the proposed new rate schedule. Others cities have announced they would do so later. LV TifE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OK MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Arnold A. Phillips and Urell Phillips, Pltfs. " vs No. 108S Joe Phillips and Sadie Phillips and all whom it may concern. Dfts. ,H'AR\INO ORDER The defendants, Joe..Phillips and Sadie Phillips, are hereby warned to appear In the Probate Court for the Chickasawbu District of-.Mississippi County, Arkansas within Ihrty days and answer the petition of Arnold -A. Phillips and- Urell Phillips. Witness my hand as Clerk of said Court and seal thereof on this 8 day of August. 1050. ELIZABETH BLYTHE, Clerk By Elizabeth Blylhe Oscar Pcndler, atty. lor plointifls, William S. Eader, atty. ad litem. Aug. 9-16-23-30 Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Ph. 58 Wednesday & Thursday "SAVAGE HORDE" with WILD BILL ELLIOTT GOSPEL MEETING U. R Sharp Aug, 28-Sept,7 Service* 8:00 Nightly Luxora Church of Christ RIT Z THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday "WESTERN PACIFIC AGENT" wi(h Kt-nf Taylor & Sheila Ryan Also News * Short Two Selected For Board of Negro Co/leoe LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 30. (/]>)—J. R. Booker, Little Hock Negro attorney, nnrt louis ' SBV. p'-« Bluff, sre new members of the *AGB MINI board of A. M. and N. College for Negroes at Pino Bluff. Booker succeeds the Rev. Paul Galloway, formerly of u Wa Roc |t who lias moved from the state; Ramsey, nil attorney, siicced the late Hairy I. Holderncss, also of Governor McMath, wlio filled the board vacancies yesterday, also marie several other appointments. He named Warren E. Wood, Llt- t!« Rock, attorney for the Arkansas Public- Service Commission to succeed Pat ;i, Mullis, uumas, resigned, Mullis has announced he'll be a candidate for prosecuting attorney of the eleventh district at the Nov. 7 general election. Democratic nominee Henry Smith of Pine Bluff plans to relinquish the nomination to run for the eleventh district circuit judgeshlp to succeed (he late Judge T r» P-— ham. 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