The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 31, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 31, 1954
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(ARK.) COUBIER N£WB GOP Senate Majority Ready To Ram Through T-H Revision By ROWLAND EVANS JR. WASHINGTON (AP) — The Republican majority on the Senate Labor Committee was ready today to ram through a Taft-Hartley' law revision bill that generally follows the recommendation of President Eisenhower. Chairman H. Alexander Smith (ft-NJ) told newsmen in advance <rf a Labor Committee meeting that the bill probably would incorporate all but one of Eisenhower's 14 recommendations. He aaid he has given up hope of winning approval of the President's proposal for a secret, gov- *ram«nt-sponsored poll of workers •when a labor dispute enters the •trike stage. He said he will try to get this plan written into the bill when it reaches the Senate floor, probably within two weeks. He laid in an interview he ex- pecte the group's six Democrats to vote together against sending the labor bill to the Senate. But 1fce seven Republicans on the com- mittet wert expected to override them. Befor* a rot* on the bill itself, the committee had to pass on a newly drafted proposal to give the states and territories more powers to handle labor-management disputes. Smith said he was confident of its approval. This proposal, reportedly written by Sen. Ives (R-NY), would give the National Labor Relations Board the right to yield jurisdiction to state agencies in labor disputes "involving . . . unfair labor practices or ... controversies concerning representation" elections, even if "such labor disputes may substantially affect commerce." Spell Out State Rifht* It also was understood to spell out state rights to pass laws to protect the health and safety of their citizens during labor dispute emergencies, but these acts must not conflict with the Taft-Hartley emergency strike section. The NLRB now has no legal right to let the states handle dis- putes which come within the scope of th« Taft-Hartley law. However, th« states are given legislative rights in the union security field, which also is covered by Ttft-Hartley. Major provisions in the Senate bill: An easing of the ban on secondary boycotts; the right of construction trade unions and some others to sign pre-hire contracts with employers and to Insist on compulsory union membership of workers after their seventh day on the job; power for presidential boards of inquiry, named to investigate national emergency disputes, to make settlement recommendations; an extension of non-Communist oath requirement to employers; prohibition for at least six months after an economic strike starts of repre Seven Killed In Crash of Flying Boxcar FT. BRAGG, N. C. Force the smoldering remains of a C119 struck employer. control here yesterday and crashed into a mess hall, killing seven and injuring 10. With one engine blazing, the ahip, went out of control shortly after taking off from nearby Pope Air Force Base, hit a bachelor officers quarters, careened crazily across a parade ground and ripped into a mess hall. The plane and the meat hall burst into flames fed by gasoline. Five men aboard tne plane were killed including the pilot, 1st. Lt, Albert W. Parks, 25, of Cannelton, Ind., Two men in the mess hall were j Walden area of northern Colorado and blanketed Cheyenne with 11 in- LUXORA NEWS B? MRS. EARL M. HEWLETT A. C. Hollingv, it working in Kaniu City, Mo. H* also attend* South West High School in Kansas City. Mabel and Judy Bracken visited Helen and Myrle Hollinger this week-end. Clementine Gentry, daughter of Mrs. Joe Gentry, who is taking a short vacation went to New York with Anne Ashley Rozzell. Anne is attending finishing school at Gainesville, Georgia. Mr- and Mrs. Harry Chism and Storm Diminish*! DENVER (#>}— A Storm over Colorado and "Wyoming, which dumped nearly two feet of snow in the killed. The body of A. 1. C. R. V. Shore, 24 son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Short, Blackeye, Ky., was the last removed from the debris. He was the plane's radio operator. Five of the injured were in the mess.hall preparing dinner. The plane had taken off for Louis- viUe, Ky., with five Army passengers and a crew of four. The other two ches, diminished early today. were crewmen and two passengers were among the injured. Another man was injured fighting the fire. The ship's flight engineer, A. 1. C. Eugene R. Snyder of Donelson, Tenn. said after a normal takeoff, one engine failed. llri. Richards from Forest City, visited Mr. and Mr*. Roy Walker last week-end. Mr. and Mrs Charlie W<gton from Rockford, 111., visited their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Chester Lunceford, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Maxwell and Mrs- Majors of Memphis were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood and family. Mr. and Mr. Earl McGregor of Blytheville, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wood and family. Bobby Martin, son of Mrs. Ruby Martin, was a week-end guest of his mother. Mrs. Ruby Martin, and his sister, Mrs- Fermon Rogers. He is a student at Arkansas State College in Jonesboro, Mr, and Mrs. H. P. Burrow of Trumann, formerly of Luxor a, were visitor* of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker, Ralph Looney, who has been ill in his home for about two weeks, is improving and was able to return to school Monday. The Girls Auxiliary met in the home of Mrs. Walter Wood Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson of Luxora were in Jonesboro Sunday attending funeral services for his Uncle, Sen. Leland Cole. Senator Cole died suddenly of a heart attack Thursday night in Shiloh community. • Seaman Samuel W. Hollinger, Jr., who has spent a' 13-day laeve witty his mother Mrs. Sam Hollinger, returned to the Bainbridge, Md-, Naval Training School. Pvt. Freddie Looney, who has been stationed at Camp Chaffee, has been transferred to Fort Bragg, N. C. Pvt. Looney is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Looney. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Johns and family of Bragg City, Mo., visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Arms last Sunday. John Thweatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Thweatt, was home for the week-end with his parents. He is a student at Southwestern, Memphis. Seaman Tommy Long is home on furlough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long, and family- Seaman Pall Carter, who was on furlough, visited his grandmother, Mrs. E. L. Jett. Mrs. Marie Wilcox has just re-i turned from Houston, Texas, where she visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilcox. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Gallop visited Mr. and Mrs- Herman George, in Wardell, Mo., last week. Mrs. Gallop, who has been ill at her home is improving. Harvel Bowen, who has been residing with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Vales, has returned to Stockton, Calif., to live with his daughter, Mrs. Lendel Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Cockrel gave a banquet In honor of tt» Luxort senior boys basketball team Friday night in their home. Coachea Charles Johnson and Jerry Haley also were there. Mr. and Mrs. Charle* Edward* and children, Peggy Jo and Patty Ann have moved to Rolling Fork, Miss., where he has a position. The Luxora Senior Claii wa* honored with a banquet givtn by th* BTU in the basement of The Flrit Baptist Church Tuesday night Th« decorations carried out th« elft« color*, red and white. Stvtnteeo members of the graduating claaa were present. Class iponaori art Mrs. Bowen Thompon and Vlfnon James. WHY MT HUE Who Yo» Con'! Oat Mtf• <•« Genuine, pure and quick diiiolv- Ing St. Joseph Aspirin is "a*piria At its best"... no aspirin purer, no relief surer at any price. Pocket oc purs* tin if "world's largest tellMi at lOc." You get 36 tablet! for 360. Blfl 300 tdblt* kettle, »«hr 7fc St.Joseph ASPIRIN The Gasolene Sensation of1954! 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