The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1953 · Page 2
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December 22, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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*AGE TWO BI.YTHBVTI.I.E fARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1998 NLRB Reverses Ruling On Union Soiiciatation By NORMAN WALKER WASHINGTO N(AP) — The government, has stopped compelling employers to give unions equal time during plant working hours to solicit members. The rule in effect for two years was reversed late yesterday by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in a 3-1 decision saying that company premises arc the natural forum for employer views and the union hall is the union's. ppointees of President Elsen- RodRers, two Eisenhower appoint• anl) '"ember Iviir Peterson, n "We reject the Idea that the union has a statutory risht to assemble and . make campaign speeches to employes on the employer's premises and at the employer's expense." the NLRB majority said in its policy reversal. At the same time the NLRB established a new rule. It said that Murdock's dissent said the purpose of the Taft-Hartley and pro- Truman appointee. - - Arthur Goldberg CIO Kfncral vloiis federal labor laws was to'counsel, said in an interview the encourage, collective harRalniiiK NI.RB policy reversal "seems to rather than achieve employer-, be a very bad decision and a very union "neutrality." |antiunlon decision." "Practically every employer | "We amrce." the majority de- speech on company time and jclfilon said, "that both parties Lo ion w indTvldi.l collective bar R »lnln K | to dominate their point of view. ' , | nm i lo d 1 s c o u r a ir e • collective n ,,, t our drsaifrccmenl stems from LUIIIJ"-".* I . ..... __,_,.._., .,....,!„ „!,.,. ,__, ,,_, _____ .,- leSs dTrmTworknV STtor i ni.ron, b.nr.lnln*." M u rdo ck ; , he fact that we do not think that premises cmrinK "o™ 1 ;^"^,__,,„_, , 00|H tnn( , nnrtv mllst h( , so slr; ,,i R oly ^Se b f^t^r^"j S ^ sa,d umo,, »,„ bC a, J^^^^^ U* oiRanlzinp (IlandvantnKe collective bargaining representfltlve. Member Abe Murdock. (orme outside contacts and union meet- :h- hecnuse • campaign Makine of Us* nli.r employ^ £ive To Fill an Emptiness-A New Dog for Jamesy 1945 1W* 1^47 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 PERSONAL EXPENDITURES HIT PEAK-Above Ncwschart shows rise of personal expenditures in the U. S., with itemized breakdown from 1945 to the present. Huge demand for goods and services contributed to the increase in consumer expenditures in th« years following the Korean war. Hems in all major groups participated in the rise. Purchase of food and nondurable goods and services continue to expand with the rise in income, and have reached new highs during the past two years. Data from U. S. Department of Agriculture. Just 25 the Wise Men of old were guided on their holy journey by the wondrous brightness of i shining star, so may our good wishes guide our many friends to » happy rime to come — blessed with lie spiritunl gladness of the ho!id«f tnd its happy memories. FIRESTONE O. O. HARDAWAY 207 W. MAIN DESOTO, Mo. (/Pi—Little -Jamesy Ross and his hrothers nnd sisters are ROinR to (ret another dog tn- morrou/—one to lake (lie plnce of Butchie, who ns Jnmosy says wns 'the best doff In Ihfi u-holc world." Butchie, just about ns old as 5- year-old Jnmcsy, was killed by a Missouri Pacific Railroad trnin rtcre last month. Jtimcsy and Butchie had set out u'ith Jamcsy'.s two older brothers nnd two older si.stnis to RfUhnr hickory nuU Ifist Nov. 21. On the way buck, Butchie—fi dnchshtind —was on the railroad tracks and wns struck by a train when his >ihort. legs lulled to carry him to vafety. That night, Mrs, FYrd A. Ross, hoping to "fill this emptiness" nnd make the hearts of these children inppy again wrote a letter to P. J. Ncff, chief executive oU'iccr of the Mo-Pac lines. The note began; "Dear sir; "I'm not. much civcn to wrltlnsr letters and doubt if this one will xo any further than your secretary but I 1 hope so. 'I know when an animal of ;alue is killed on your railroad you are usually sued for money jut thin Is not the case in this ncldent." Tomorrow. Jampsy n n ri his jrothers and sisters are coinc to ncet, Mo-Pnc Train No. 3 at the Desoto station. They'll receive a cift from the •allroad—a pedigreed dachshund imp to take the place? "of the best log In the whole world." Smith Asks Quashing of Summons LITTLE nOC'K I/PI — Chancellor W. Lron Smith yesterday asked thej Arkansas Ktiiirfmp Court, to Ml' aside a summons which had been served on him in « dispute ovrr whether out-of-state aUorncyn must, hire Aikansns Associate.s before i hnncinR suits in Crlttenden County j courts. S 'Illc rontroversy grew out of a damaje suit filed by Maurice. 1f- tnw of Memphis for »2,125 against, Dovne Dotld of West Memphis. i A. L. nobr-rts and Meivln Brooks | Norfleer, of Memphis, attorneys for, Letav.-, contended that, the rule: pholiibitinf non-resident lawyers from fillnK suits In all courts of '• Criltemlen County In Invalid. j When ah appeal wns taken. Snil!li was named as » defendant. Yestnnlay's pleading, filed on his brhnif by several Critt^ndftn County lawyers, said the chancellor was not a prnpei- nftrty to the Mitt; that.} there had been no order of Juda-1 mnit, that could be apealed; and 1 that, the riuesi.lon Is no longer of j importance in the present easel .••'"••!> Korfleet has re-established rrsHeiir.e at. his former home In i Forrest City. Ark. j In suppoit of the latter cont.en-J tion, the attorneys submitted a ropy of a divorce suit filed at Forrest City in November on behalf Santo C/ous Found a Dollar MEMPHIS, Tcnn. i* — The little girl held the pretty doll close. "Can we have these?" she asked hopefully, spenklntf lor herself and two very yotini? sisters. The mother st xl perplexed, clutching a $5 bill. The doll cost $1.98, three would come to $5.94. Young Mother Is Two-Time Widow WACO. Tex. W—A young mother of three lay seriously 111 In a hospital here today, widowed by accident the second time in 18 months. Mrs. Pay Little's husband, Truman, 25. was fatally Injured Sunday in a traffic accident after visiting his wife at the hospital. She had become 111 last week. Her first husband was killed In a tractor accident. Her three children by that marriage are being cared for by her father. She gently pulled the girls away from iho departr ent store doll counter. A man standing nearby moved forward and bent down. When h« raised up he held a dollar ijiu. "Did you lose this?" he asked. "No," replied the mother In « soft, earnest voice, ' Well, you must have lost It, because I found It right here," the man replied, pushing the dollar bill Into her hand. The mother brushed away a tear as the clerk wrapped three 11.98 dolls. WARNING ORDER Th« defendant, John Thomas, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty (30) days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Falrle Mae Thomas. Dated tnn nth day of December, The vnnllla bean originally was discovered in Central America and nlrodilced into Europe by the Spaniards. WARNING ORDER Robert E. Walton and Shirley Ann Walton are warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the • Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, within thirty j days after the date hereof, to answer a complaint filed against them by Blythevllle Federal Savings and Loan Association. Dated this November 30, 1953. SEAL QERALDINE LISTON, Clerk, By OPAL DOYLE, Deputy. Marcus Evrard, I Blythevllle. Arkansas, Attorney for Plaintiff. 12/1-8-15-22 of Nnrfleet against Pearl Hiter Norflcet. Judfje Smith has relaxed the rule in ihe case of Roberts and Nnr- fleet, but It still applies to all other non-resident lawyers. I IN T'lR CHANCERY COURT FOR TI'" f'IC'CASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Pairie Mae Thomas, Pltf. vs. No. 12,569 iryp : John Thomas, Dft. You don't have to from drink lo know yon shouldn't drive. Play it safe — if you've been drinking, elny away from the wheel — and he iiltva for next New Year's '•><-. DRIVE CAREFULLY THE LIFE YOU SAVE MAY BE YOUR OWNI rulilitlirif tit n public service in roop- rrntiim milh rhfAitarrimngCimnr.il. Protect Your Room Air Conditioner with » KOHIV8 Air Conditioner Cover—Seals out ruin, snow, soot A cnlil air— Avoid! expense of seasonal tllsmountini and reinstalling. only $ 5 $e.25 Installed FORD AWNING CO." 113 S. First St. Blylhevllle Phone 21)72—Nijhl 4616 May w* convey our tinctrtit hopti that yen, our fritndi, will tnjoy • moit floppy, chttrful Holidayl i l/l/ejfhrook 't •• FAMILY SHOE STORE Phono 2342 1312 W. Main! Til c gnycst thing on Christmas morning ill through the, season — and all through KCA VICTOR 'CHRISTMAS ALBUMS' On "45 EP" H.47 and »1.58 See the new RCA Victor Hi-Fi Record Players • Tape Recorders • Television • Radio "VMrota" 45 Auto- malic Phonograph. Hoi^omed "Golden Thfoat" lone . . . richly ploitic. Model -I5EY2. $36.95 Adams Appliance Co., Inc. • SALES J. W. Adams, Mgr. • SERVICE 206-208 \V. Main Phone 2071 1953. SEAL OERALDINE LISTON. Clerk. BY OPAL DOYLE. D. C. Keck & Piutlow, AUys for Pit!. 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