are war did or un- anc these In the News Tip Prize Is By Jack Lloyd Story of in Roosevelt (alls Railway Parley WASHINGTON, Nov. IS to.B-- President Roosevelt called a conference conference today among railroad executives, executives, labor leaders and federal officials officials In an attempt to stave off a general railroad strike now set to begin Dec. 7. Those invited were: Solicitor to the General meeting Charles Fahy, Sen. James M. Mead. David J. Lewis of the National Railway Mediation Board, Chairman Joseph B. Eastman of the Interstate Commerce Commerce Commission, President John J. Pelley of the Association of American Railroads; R. V. Fletcher general counsel of the AAR; George Harrison, president of the Brotherhood Brotherhood of Railway Clerks: and Abe Johnston of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Locomotive Engineers. The five operating brotherhoods and 14 non-operating r a i l r o a d unions recently rejected findings by an emergency fact-finding board set up by the President In an effort effort to adjust union demands for substantial pay increases and vacations vacations with pay. The five operating unions have voted to begin a strike on Dec. 5 and If it went into effect it would Jack Lloyd. Union the winner of the $5 first prize In the week's News Tip contest with his tip about the accident near Shamrock In which an Amariilo man was killed and another fatally injured. His by Nazi His tip save vis valuable informs.-!, In tion and an early start on " story. Second prize of $3 goes to Ina Morcau. 903 North Buchanan Street, who called in the tip about the explosion explosion of the heating stove at the Highland Park School. the 'Â° r nis ie tnei-- ilnea f* I S and in Mrs. Lonnie Vaughn. 311 North f a l Taylor street, is the winner of the ans fa third prize with her tip ab Jctlv-ri Â· the burning to death of 200 gull pigs In a bam fire. Several other really food tips were culled in during the week, tips that would have been prize winners In average competition but were not quite good enough to buck the competition of last week. Tipsters included J. O. Cathey 1620-B Ong Street; BUly Joe Dunlap, Dunlap, 600 Parker Street; Sylvia Caldwell, Caldwell, 1310 Jackson Street- Mrs E N Frederick. Pleasant Valley; M. E Roberts, sn Cleveland Street; Mrs: Ridings, 516 Monroe Street- Edgar Adams, 1744 East Eighth Avenue: Mrs. Lankford, 11514 West Ninth Avenue; Mrs. E. B. Campbell, 413 Monroe Street; and Nelleen zls- chang, Orphans Home. Of Â»" ..