The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1949 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 20, 1949
Page 14
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BLYTHEVILLE. (AKK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY/20, 1949 Ouster Pressed byCIO Uadm of Minority ••ing Pvdtwd Toward Outright Br*ak WiflHWOTON, May JO. •(#» — Tha OK) haw Jtaoved the leaders of Me left-wing minority toward an outright bw* with the parent or' and mort shoves are Solons Object to 'Duel in the Clouds' Between Army B-36, Navy Fighters •Xhk k th* meaning of the three- tUy BwetiRf of the S2-man CIO (••euttTC board which ended last ' nia*t with th« board's demand for th* r«t*nation of all-its members , who wont abide by official OIO policies. Nobody redgned. OIO President Philip Murray publicly announced that the CIO U faring up to "a Communistic situation" which must be dealt with a th« CIO convention starting Oct. 11 to Cleveland. Harry Bridges, head of the CIO longshoremen's Union, who was by far the mort talkative of ihe left- wing ' group at the board ">«»"*; told a reporter the board action had "nothing to do with Communism. He said it was strictly a question of whether CIO unions are to run their own affairs or whether they must take orders from the OIO. »rld«< also said he wouldnt «2^'"om Ihe board or lead his union out of the CIO. Murray and the board, by three-day stream of stern warnings and resolution., told the left-wingers—and especially Brtdges-that It they dont end their defiance of CIO decisions such a* supporting the Marshall Plan, they will be dealt with by ttie convention. Murray pointed out to newsmen that the convention has power to rtwoke union charters and kno=x member, off the 52-man CIO ex tcutive board. ^^ West Germany Ratifies Its New .Constitution MUNICH, Germany, May 20. W") —Western Germany tonight ratified a constitution uniting 11 states outside the Soviet Zone into a fen •ral republio. , Ratification was completec by the parliamentary action of eight, or two thirds, of the states of the Western occupation tones. The eight states voted "yes" by overwhelming margins, with virtually all the opposition coming from the communist*. B-vvaria, the big state in the American occupation *>ne, voted "no," but reversed the right to enter the new government upon ratification by th« others. WASHINGTON, May »-(*•>—• Two Congressmen objected yesterday to a high altitude cops-and- robbers duel between the Navy's ianshee fighter and the Air Force's B-3S bomber. They don't like the Idea, they said, because it could let loos* «ome information that neither the Navy nor Air Force would like to se* disclosed. Reps. Johnson and Hinshaw, California Republicans, suggested dropping the whole Idea. The argument between Navy and Air Force over the vulnerability of the giant B-38 was pushed to the fight-it-out stage by the House Armed Services Committee. It suggested that now would be a good time to settle the dispute, eight miles up In the air. The question Is whether the J-3«, operating ordinarily at 40,000 feet and above could be Intercepted by any fighter plane now In existence. The Air Force says no. The Navy says sure, and we are the ones who can do It. This argument started a long time ago. It reached the boiling point over a Navy proposal to build a super aircraft carrier capable o carrying large bombers. The Air Force position was tha the muHi-mlllion-dollar carrle Infringe on its own long rang bombing assignment, .and that th money might better be .spent in building more B-36S. 275 Langc School Pupils Have Picnic In Walker Park Approximately 215 Lange School students were at Walker Park today for their annual picnic. The group left from the school at mld-mornlng and parents were o pick up their children at 3:30 us afternoon. • GimM. Including Softball and baseball, were to be supervised by he Uachers. The teachers directing the picnic activities Including Miss Elizabeth lalstead. Mrs. Rex. Warren, Mrs. Jolton Featherston, Mrs. Frances Gammlll, Mrs. E. E. Hurdln and Mrs. Katherlne Wood. Mothers from several of the class- it were also scheduled to help with ervlng the picnic lunches. Nicholsons Plan Tea for faculty Members Trash fire Spreads; firemen Are Called Blytheville Fire Department an swered an alarm to the city dump I ing grounds on West Chlckasawb yesterday afternoon to c\tlng«lsh trash fire which was threatenln houses nearby. The trash fire, fan ned by » strong southwest breeze Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson will entertain the 96 members of lie teaching staff In the Blytheville School System with an open house ea Sundav afternoon. Mr. Nicholson Is superintendent of schools. The tea will he st the home economics cottage with Mrs. filbert Johns assisting In serving and entertaining the guests. The husbands of wives of the teachers have also been Invited. The tea Is to be from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Battle Expected Over '50 Baptist Convention Site OKLAHOMA CITY, May 20. (*) —A spirited fight by Chicago to wrest the 1850 Southern Baptist Convention from Houston was anticipated today on the strength ol reports that the Texas city had won the committee's nod by a slim 1-3 vote. The committee on "time, place and preacher" will make Its recommendation to the convention numbering more than 9,000 messengers (delegates), today. Atlanta, Ga., was reported to have been designated tor the 1951 session San Francisco also is seeking the convention. May 10-14 was set as the dates for next year's session, the 93rd. The convention preacher, annually chosen to bring the opening day's Inspirational message, will be the Rev. R. c. Campbell, Little Kock, Ark., the Rev. K. O. White Washington, D. C., was chosen al terante. The convention president, Dr Robert G. Lee, Memphis. Tcnn unanimously won re-election to second term ytsterday. Dr. J. D. Grey, New Orleans, wa elected first vice president, U. 5 Sen. Robert 8. K.err (D-Okln) sec ond vice president. Other nominee were Dr. Homer G. Ltndsey, Jack sonville, Pla,, and Dr. E. Hernia Westmoreland, Houston. The Baptists ignored the repo of one committee yesterday, choo ing Glorletn. N. M., Instead of Ha rlson. Ark., as the site of ft pe mancnt summer assembly for t! denomination west of the Mlssi slppl River. ary flying Boat Carries •cord Load of 308 M»n SAN DIEGO, Calif., May 30. (*)— n aircraft carried more than 300 tenons for the first time In history esterday when the Navy's huge Marshall Mara flying boat flew ere from Alameda, Calif, with 08 men. This broke the old record of 269 >ersons, set by a sister-ship, the arollne Mars, on a San Diego to lameda flight March 4. The Marshal Mars carried 301 assengers, all personnel of Air Iroup B, Alameda Naval Air Sta- on, who were transferred to the Naval Air Station here. A crew of even also was aboard the plane. ifa/in Is favorite lubject in Red Art MOSCOW If) — Generalissimo Stalin was a favorite subject for many of the winners of the Stalin prizes In art.this year. "Among trie new works awarded Stalin prizes," wrote P. Sysoev dts cussing the question In Culture an< Life, "we see a whole series of can vases and drawings embodying th great image of the leader of the Soviet people. "In the image of Comrade Stalin the Soviet people see the embodiment of Its best trails, Its Ideals, victories and achievements." lotorians Receive leport on Convention Five Mississippi County Rotarlans yesterday m»de brief reports to the Blytheville club on the Rotary District meeting in Little Rock last week. Alvin Huffman, Jr.. R. A. Porter. J. W. Adams and Noble Gill, all from Blytheville attended the meet- Ing and reported back to the members here, and the fifth report was presented by Lloyd Godley of Osceola. Guests yesterday included Mr Godley, L, C. B. Young of Osceoln, Dale Briggs of Blytheville and Junior Rotnrlan Jack Elliott, Those attending from Blytheville other than the four making the reports included Mrs. Huffman, Mr.s Huffman, Mrs. Porter, and Mrs Adams and U.S. Branson, club secretary. The Joiner Club received the attendance trophy for having the largest representation at the convention, which had the largest reg- strat ton on a percentage of membership basis of any on record for .he 135th district. Bead Courier News Want Ads. For the ninth year, Paul Orcen'i': 'Lost Colony," a symphonic drama, : will be presented at Waterside • Theater, Roanoke Island, N. C. Over 55,000 persons saw the play last year. < |COOD RULE! •TO FOLLOW* ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM KlU, IT IN ONR HOUR. YOUR 40c BACK II not pleased. The irerm itrows DEEPLY. To kilt It, you must REACH It. Get T-Y-L at any drm store. A STRONG Funilcide, made with 90% alcohol, It PENKTRATKS. Reaches More G«H Today at Ktrby Bros. Drug ' o. 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