Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 3, 1958 · Page 8
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, November 3, 1958
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* -** |}§M MOM STAR ARKANiAf Monday, Nof«ml,«fi, 1*11 f . LABOR WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO DO TO ARKANSAS! Don'! You Know That You Can't Fool The That Governor Faubus With DAISY BATES The ARKANSAS GAZETTE Mr. Labor Boss, You Soy That Governor Faubus Has Endorsed Your Fight Against Initiated Act No. 1... This Is His Official Public Statement Of Oct. 31, "The ad (of the opponents to Repeal of the Full Crew Law) contains a picture of me signing a petition presented by Mr. S. J. Smith of Fordyce. I signed, the petition circulated by Mr. Smith to place (jn act on the ballot to be voted on at the General Election. Since that time the act was removed from the ballot by action of the Supreme Court, leaving only Iniated Act. No. 1 to be voted on by the people. "I have not made any statement relative to this matter of the full crew law. It is a matter for consideration by the voters of the state, and the proposition should be dedicated on its merits." DAISY BATES' PAPER SAYS ", , -It is our opinion that the Initiated Act No. 1 should not be approved. Therefore, we are going to vote against Initiated A<t No. 1." —fiom editorials, THE STATE PRESS (published by Daisy and L. C. Bates) Issue of Friday, October 31, 1958 THE ARKANSAS GAZETTE the full Crew low ", . .The unions contend that in addition to their safely features the full crew lows are necessary to protect the jobs of railroad men. The railroad •management contend that the laws, require more men than are needed, and run up operating expenses which must be passed on to the public., In our own view this is a technical question on which the public is not qualified to pass, and is typical of the sort of issue that should not be referred to public vote/To leove the matter to settlement where it should be—by the legislature—vote AGAINST Initiated Act No. 1," —Front page editorial, ARKANSAS GAZETTE Issue of November 2, 1953 IN OTHER WORDS, THE GAZETTE DOESN'T THINK THE VOTERS OF ARKANSAS'ARE INTELLIGENT ENOUGH TO PASS ON THIS IMPORTANT QUESTION, IS NOT EYI MR. LABOR BOSS, THE RANK-AND-FILE IffllflN MEMBER YOU IN THIS DESPIRATE ATTEMPT TO GONHjSE THE VOTERS Here's What A Long-Time Union Railroad Engineer Has To Say; "I've been oap.ojed tp thg full crew law ever imsf 1 fgund 9"ut Arkansas had We dpn't need the extra brakeman- H? doesn't ssnfrifeute anything to th? safety ef a train's vpstgtisn, We ssn spsratg just as well-^and cgrtflinly ai igfely^with two. 95 -with *hr§ 9 brskimen. . . .. u . ,_ ., . . ^Th§ SJtra b/flk e man ds§?n't da anything. He just ndei< scmetimf? m thj i?mjtimei in thf ssbsfiie. My run h f <°m l\w$ R?sk ts M°nrwi UMisiana, a the law man sst sff 8i ?»"« «* w s 9^t te the UMisiani bejrdsr' Tnt tram k§§pi iu'it a* Mfistefltly and i«t H' safely* , „ , "1 dsn't Ihink U i »iht fsr 0 man t° ?§f paid tsr dswg, Mtm& isndf §i Jh§ sam* pany ssuld uss that walled rosjw t9 hirf m?n that ars nssasa. pany sm * m mi W »*»v .^ L J9HNSQH QF WTTfcfi PAfiiFlC LINES OR, ASK THE ' Billt t/U|> ©FF Sf THE e , '.- ''• ';•."•"' '• ,t ;,-" ! ->'*i•"_•";\ ' .W'-^.v,", • "- • l 1 '•

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