The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1954 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 86, 1964 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS NYC Dock Workers Settle Rival Union Fight in Vote Today NEW YORK (AP) — The bitter union fight for the right to represent 25,000 dock workers reached a pprtwide vote today in a National Labor Relations Board election. Heavy police details patrolled the waterfront to prevent repetition of the intimidation and which caused pre-Christmas strong-arm tactics the results of a election to be scrapped. Last-minute claims of victory were made by spokesmen for both the International Longshoremen's Assn. (ILA) and the rival AFL-ILA. The count will start at an armory here at 8:30 p.m. and the result may be in by midnight. The NLRB assembled a staff of 191 officials from as far away as Denver to supervise the election. With feelings running high between adherents of the rival unions. Police Commissioner Francis W. H. Adams put 2,500 New York policemen on waterfront patrol. On the New Jersey side of the vast port hundreds of police were detailed on the waterfront. New Blow • The ILA, which ruled waterfront labor for decades before it was ousted from the AFL for harboring- racketeers, took another body blow on the eve of the election. Federal David N. Edelstein placed it in receivership yesterday. Edelstein appointed Raymond J. IBcully, an official of the New York State Bar Assn.. as receiver. Scully's responsibilities will end if and when the ILA raises the $50,000 needed to pay a contempt of cpurt fine imposed for iis recent strike In defiance of a federal injunction. ILA Executive Vice President Patrick J. Connolly said last night that individual members of the un- IN ERROR — For two hours this T3". S. flag flew upside down over a courthouse in Atlanta, Ga. It was just a mistake made by the maintenance man who got the stars mixed with fee stripes while hooking fee flag; to the lanyard. The American, flag flying in this position is a< distress signal. HERE NOW! MVACO Ventilated Awnings AND SOLID-TOP DOORHOODS Easy to install yourself. Light, sturdy, graceful NAVACO awnings and doorhoods are made of finest aluminum, with tough, baked-on enamel finish. Awnings have famous, original ventilated-rib feature. Allows circulation, yet protects against sun and rain! Navacos add beauty and comfort to any home! See them today! VENfUTEO overage size SOUD-TOf Mb \U\(0 ion had volunteered to mortgage their homes to pay the fine. Connolly said the union hoped to get the money together before the receivers actually took control today. The ILA's cash has shrunk to a $12,000 bank account, and even that has been attached by the government in a move to assure payment of the fine. The bitter waterfront campaign for members has been waged at everi-ncreasing tempo since the AFL established the AFL-ILA after ousting the ILA last fall for failure to clean out racketeering elements. The first test of strength came in an NLRB election last Dec. 22 and 23. The ILA was credited with 9,060 votes and the AFL-ILA with 7,568, and 4,399 ballots were challenged. Coercion Claimed After lengthy hearings, the election results were invalidated by the NLRB on the ground that ILA members and supporters exerted intimidation, coercion and strong- arm tactics and thus prevented a free expression of the workers' will at the polls. The NLRB then ordered today's new election. Since the ILA's decades-old contract expired last fall, neither union has been able to negotiate a contract with the New York Shipping Assn., which represents 170 shipping and stevedoring companies. U.S. Atty. Leonard P. Moore of Brooklyn asked the FBI yesterday to investigate the possibility of hookups b e t v- e e n Communist forces on the Pacific coast and some followers of Anthony (Tough Tony) Anastasia, ILA boss in Brooklyn. Moore made his request after studying a 140-page report submitted to him by the New York-New Jersey Waterfront Commission. The report dealt with contributions of $3,675 made to two aides of Anastasia by locals of Harry Bridges' left-wing International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union on the West Coast. PAGE TURK! STEELE TEACHERS HONORED—Five teachers of the Steele school system were honored at a luncheon held last week in the Steele Methodist Church for having completed more than 30 years of service. Each received a service pin from president of the school board, Frank Huffman. The honored teachers pictured above and of years service are (left to right) Miss Rose Kunkle. 36 years; Mrs. Pearl Walker, 33; James Ctissidy, 33; Mrs. Hazel James, 33; and O. T. Coil, 47. Mr. Cassidy formerly taught in Blytheville. A series of pictures of each teacher was shown accompanied by an account of their lives. All stone is rock, but not all rock is stone to a geologist. He seldom uses the word stone, except along with another qualifying word, such as sandstone or limestone. 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The theory is that children can learn a foreign language more easily before their minds become "analytical" even before they learn to read or write. Busman's Holiday HAGERSTOWN, Md. (#>)—Workers of the Western Maryland Railway will have a holiday June 26. About 500 of them are going to use it to take a train ride. The railway employes will make a one-day, round-trip execursion from Hagerstown to Elkins, W- Va. through some of the most beautiful scenery on the railway's lines. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF R. D. Hughes, deceased NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AS EXECUTOR Last known address of decedent: Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of death: May 15. 1954. An instrument dated April 15, 1943, was on the 25th day of May, 1954, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent and the undersigned has been appointed Executor thereun- der. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within Baptists Blast Tactics Of 'Red Hunters' MINNEAPOLIS WP)-The American Btxptist Convention today was acting on a "statement concerning freedom." calling for a fight against "a tyranny that seems to respect neither rights of individuals nor the democratic processes of ou nation." "There are individuals «nd group in American life so intent upor combatting the menace of com munlsm that they adopt the ver principles and methods which mnk communism frightening," the state ment read. While no names were mentionec delegates accepted the paper a* a thinly veiled reference to Sen Joseph McCarthy R-Wis and' hi Senate investigating group. It wa prepared by a church committee. The statement went on to say the truth was being slanted fo ulterior purposes or submerged ii suspicion and fear as these indiv iduals and groups: "Attack nonconformity as sub verslve, make no distinction be tween dissent and disloyalty, con fuse disagreement and disaffection and eqimte accusation with guilt. "Adherents of these un-American doctrines openly consider other, guilty until proved innocent and have imperiously reinstated tb discredited theory that- the end jus tifies the means. '•Thus there is danger lest ii attempting to prevent evil, greate evils arise." In conclusion, the statement, expected to gain quick approval fron the delegates, called for reaffirm ing "our loyalty and devotion to truth fnirly arrived at by free inquiry and debate without restric tion or coercion." six (6) months from the date o the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred anc precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published the 26th day of May. 1954. 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