Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 14, 1948 · Page 4
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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, October 14, 1948 Communists inj Italy Set to Call Strike $ —. Rome. Oct. 14 —</Pi-- Communist Labor Boss - Crhis^ppe Di Vittorio thieaftnccl today to cull a nationwide ^oneraL,- strike- if the Jtiilian governmcnt'Tails to satisfy ck>- mancls of government employes. About l.Oi'0,000 jcovornmcnt workers struck for most .of the working day to baek wage hike and other demands. Vittorio addressed 'a mass meeting of government workers. i "If Die fiovernmonl fines not I accept .state employees' requests iall 7.000,000 General" Confederation : Workers \vill .strike to support thier idemands." he declared. The General Confederation of Labor (CCT> is Comninnisl- led. lienrra) strike aelini'i by ilio CXT would cover every labor category • •nid c.imlct paraiyxc tli2 ."ation. The strike was designed as a show ol si.ren.'4th, but. ihe slriKe/s \vt re ean:inl not lo -angi.T me pim- lie. Hailv.ay workers halted only Uvo hours—bcii-vecn JO a.m. anri noon—and customs workers also stayed out only for a two-hour period. Both groups left skeleton stalls on the job. Telegraph service was not interrupted but international cable .service was crippled during the night by the. then of a section ol cable South of Bologna. Although it had been announced previously that telephone service would be maintained, a Rome operator replied "we are on strike" when asked to take a cnJI for Milan. Strong police forces appeared on the streets of Home a hour after the strike began. The Communist-dominated General Confederation of Labor (CGT) encouraged and guided the strikers, although government workers normally arc considered in the center or right of center white collar class. The Christian Democratic union movement has given reserved support to the strike. Holts Proposed Division of Huge Wilson Estate Little Rock, Oct. 14 — iff') — U. S. j District Judge Thomas C. Trimble I today halted temporarily proposed ! division of the huge Lee Wilson es- jlatc in Mississippi county. I He granted a temporary injunc- jtion, pending trial here Dec. 13 on ; application of Joe Wilson Nelson ; for a permanent order forbidding ilnc split. ! Nelson, grandson of R. E. Lee i Wilson, Sr., asserted assets of the j estate would be dissipated if the i agreement for division is carried i Out. ! An assertion that Ihc courl is iwiihoul jurisdiction was made in •;an r.nswcr to Nelson's suit filed by • estate trustee Jim Grain and K. a'.. 'Lee Wilson, Jr. i Under the agreement Mrs. V;e- lona .Wilson Wesson and Mrs. Marie Wilson • Howells of the K;it- Ill. E. Lee Wilson, Sr., and Frank Lee Wesson, a grandson, would re- j coive a cash settlement and other 'properties. ! Top Radio Programs I ANow York, Oct. 14 — i/Vi— Topics i lonight (Thursday i: NBC-- 7 Henry Aldrich; il Al Jolson and E/o Pin/.a: 11:30 Bob Hope with Dot I,amour: 9 Bin;; .Crosby in "Welcome Stranger." CBS—•0:1:1 Jack .Smith song 1 7:.')0 Mr. Keen Starts 12lh year; !! | Lucille Ball in .Suspense- !)-. r j() l-'irst •Nighter "A Matter of Three ! Outs." AF.5C—7 Abbott and Costello: 8 Child's World; (1:30 Personal Autograph concert. MBS—7 Talent. Jackpot; 1: 30 Better Half ijuiz: 9 George Murphy in Family Theater. Friday programs: NBC—11:30 a. m. Words and Music: 1 p. m. Double or Nothing. CBS—1:15 p. ABC—10::-;0 MBS—10:45 Minute quix; This Day. rn. Perry Mason, a. m. Ted Malone. a. m. Finale for 1 p. in. Queen for BROADCAST! M& SYSTEM Compares Red Leaders With eCzor "We have ceased to be an imperialist race. We dominate nobody. We accept equality BETTER .WHEN YOU SERVE Bil/F K/BBON BREAD AT YOUR f* i -|- \f D A I/ C! GROCERS and V i I I D A l\ t West New York, N. J.. Oct. M — (UP)—Police said today that blonde Mildred Schmidt, 1H. a J baby-sitter, reached into a jar for | a cookie, and drew out §2,100 in | cash, the time of her life, and a trip to jail. Miss Schmidt, who admitted she took the money from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Banff while she was mincline their baby on Sept.. 18, was held without bail on a ^charge of grand larceny. The money was gone. She soent it having a high time in New York. Boston and Buffalo with a sailor nrmod Bill. Miss Schnvdt couldn't remember Bill's last. name. He had gone back *o sea. She sat in her' jail cell today with nothing but her burn- n" mrmories. A [to- she walked nonchalantly into rr>' : "" headuuartors y-stcrday to .-,->r, " W ) r ,t vo ,, W ;m( with itv , '•• Mir.s Schmidt told Cap*. Chris G'fl- ! ---r-m ,-url Detudive Max Socller •'".. thai, she hirf-d out. to Mr. and M"«. Banff so they could have a n."ht out. She said he w-is b'-owsim 1 ; n round f h-^ kitchen when she !.'ot liunKi-y -ii.-l- nut her hand into 1h" cookie i.-r ivhci-f Hie Ranffq harl been s'ieking $5, S!0 and S?n bills against •' rninev day. Suddenly 'Miss Sdiillicit was rich. She tm-loed past the baby so she wouldn't, wire it. up. and left the door open behind her so the neighbors u-ould hear- it if it cried. | Sh" caughi a bus to New York and I called up Bill who happened to be in norl and who had told her only | a fow nights before: | "Baby, I could show yo'i the iwovlcl. if vou had some money." I They played around in some of | New York's fanciest spots,... then ! Bill said the admiral had a date | in Boston and couldn't get there j unless Bill went along to steer the iship. j Miss Schmidt said she caught a j train to Boston. They stayed in [first class hotels there and in Buffalo, registered as Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt. They bought a SI.000 automobile, wrecked it and sold it for S200. i Then Bill had lo go back and i help the admiral. Miss Schmidt re-I turned to New York and telephoned; her rno'her, Mrs. Herman Doucher in North Bergen, to see if she 'l-id any calls for baby-sitting jobs. | Mrs. Doucher said no, but the I police wanted to talk to her, i Miss Schmidt promised to go right to headquarters Monday ! night, but it was Tuesday morning I before she got around to it. j She \vill be arraigned tomorrow | on the giaiul larceny charge. | Although Australia has ;i million I snuare miles of land— an area ' about that of the United Stales— ' it has only 7 million inhabitants. 1 Thursday p.m., Oct. 14 I 5:00 Adventure Parade—M n:lo Superman—M !5:a() Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M (i:00 Unsung Victory 0:15 News, Five 3tar Final 0:25 Today in Sports (i:30 News Comment—M 0:-!5 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 7:00 Talent Jackpot 7::jO The Better Halt—M 7:55 Hy Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Heattcr—M 8:15 Mutual NcwBrccl—M 8:30 Revere All Star Revue—M 8:55 Hill Henry, News—M 9:00 Family Theatre—M 9:30 Bill McCune's Orch.—M 9:45 Arnold Helop's Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Tex Bcnoke's Orch.—M 10:30 Noro Morales' Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off Friday a.m., Oct. 15 5:57 Sign On 6:00 SOURS by Sinclair 6:15 Morning Musicalc 0:25 Bargain Roundup (1:30 News. First Edition 6:40 Arkansas Plowboys 6:55 Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Boys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Scr-.nr.de 8:30 Slogan Parade 8:55 According to the Record !l:00 Cecil Brown—M 9:15 Faith in Our Time—M !):3() Morning iVIclor.ik-s Passing Parade—M Victor II. l,ip.cll;:lu---M Gabriel Ileatler's Mailbui —M Minute Quiz—M 11:00 Kale Smith Sneaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Luncheon at Sardi's—IV Friday p.m.. Oct. 15 12:00 News. Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 John Daniel Quarlet 12:30 Polka Interlude 12:3.1 Farm Fair > 12:45 Eddy Arnold Show—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M 2:00 Movie Matinee—M 2:30 Heart's Desire—M 3:00 Vocal Varieties 3:15 The Johnson Family—M 3:30 Meet the Band 3:45 Torn Farley's Do^ Tale; 4:00 Swing Time 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M G:00 Bobcat. Pe-i Rally 0:15 News, Five Star Eclit'iu 6:25 Today in Sports 6:30 Henry J. Taylor—M 6:45 Fulton l^ewis, Jr. 7:00 Great Scenes from Great Plays—M 7:30 ..Bobcat Preview 7:45 Football game: Hope vs. Texarkana 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Joe Reichman's Oruh.--M 10:30 Henry Jerome's Orch.—M 10::>5 Mutual New:;—M 11:00 Sien-Otf on. Oct. 14 —- i/i'i — Foreign !!.v Kevin to.lay called the ii expansionists— "as im;l as the c/.ar over was." seel; no power," he told the ;d Union of Manul'acturers. avc no desire to upset their , but \ve must resist any •;npi on their part to destroy liberties." iJrituin herself. Bevin said: years is in the great problem of the Indian ocean — The Middle _ East, Pakistan, India and Ceylon' ligion. in color, in status. And in Bevin spoke against the back I the areas which we still control i ground of a current conference i we arc directing our energies to-[here of leaders of the British corn- wards independence and self gov- i monweallh of nations — among eminent." (them those of the three Easlun "If we cannot fix agreement' countries he named. Only two days ago, just back from (he United Nations General the conference hall, iwith our neighbors." lie said, "at !least let them keep over their side ',of the garden wall. "1 will not advocate any inter- Assembly in Paris, he emphasi/ed to that conference the dangei o Communist pressure in the Orient iferenee. but equally, if they seek to disturb us then 'they must noti Kevin's remarks were reported I be annoyed if we arc upset at lij y th o Press Association and the their intervention, and we defend ourselves." Bevin told Ihc manufacturers' annual meeting "the key to whether we shall have peace for 100 Exchange Telegraph, both British news agencies. American and other foreign newsmen were denied entry to the meeting. 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