The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1953 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 3, 1953
Page 12
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P40R TWELVE BLTTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Get Rid of Rackets, AFL Orders Longshoremen Ky ROWLAND EVAXS JR. MIAMI BEACH, Flfl. W—The APIj Executive Council is determined to order Its orime-mfesled longshoremen's union to puige Itself of waterfront rackets — or g<* ou< of the AFL. TM« edict was not quito ready FLAMINGO DIP-H'J not a midget atomic bomb exploding. Just a long-legged flamingo with rfcs head under water searching for food at the London zoo. 'Kiss of Death' Stayer Sought In California OAKLAND, Calif, (j?) — Poljr.c •Widened the search today for the "Kis«-of-Death Slayer." The body of. Thomas PoHon. 2G, an airline mechanic, \vas found by poHoe yesterday with a lipstick kfes on hte forehead—ftixt seven bullet holes in his face, neck and head. Police safd he npjmrcnUy was kbecd after he was killed. The body was loft In hts car on a lonely, fog- shrouded road. Officers are searching for" ,\li«. Hiktcgnrde Garni Pclton, 32, his German war bride whom he divorced Jan, 6. Neighbors said the Pel- tons quarreled violently just before they drove from Pclton's apartment together Sundn<y evening. for public announcement but there wns little doubt that angered council members meant business, Some top AFL officials expressed doubt privately whether Joseph P. Ryan, longshoremen's president, (votild be able to cleanse the New York and Jersey wnter- front of scnndnls and gangs ter lacdcs attributed lo some officials of his 60,000-man union before the ^L convention next full. And in New York, an Insurgent group of long-shore leaders made it plnln they would riot be satisfied with any "phony reform program" by present bosses of the Inter- ionnl Lony^horcincn's Association. The insurgents said in a telegram yesterday to George Menny, fj president, thai *'the present discredited UjA leadership" could not be relied on to clean up waterfront corruption. At the same time ihey offered Lo turn over additional Information on the dock situation to New York Investigators. The I LA .secretary - treasurer, Jlarry Ha.ssclgren, has been here several day.* seeking to convince the council that Ryan can • be ended on to mnfcc his own waterfront cleanup. Officials of about a dozen longshoremen's local unions nJons the world's biggest waterfront have been linked by the New York stale Crime Commission to extortion nnd other docksldc rackets which bleed the port of an estimated 350 million dollars a year. Meanwhile, Ryan WHS sub- poeimed to appear today before the New York County grnnct jury now in the midst of Investigating w at c r f r o n t crime and racketeering. Action to suspend the Union's charter could only be taken by the full AFL convention. If It were taken, it would be the first time in the history of the eight-million- member federation; in the memory of long-time labor observers here, ;lmt any union had been suspended of crime and corruption within Its ranks. Mcnny, leading the midwinter session of the ift-mnn council ut ;he Hotel Monte Carlo, yesterday announced appolnlmcnl of a Lbrce- mnn'committee io make a rcuoK on the waterfront situation to the whole council. This report Is due in (he next day or t\vo. After study by the council, the recommendation lo derm up — or ntso — Is expected to be made. Fog Blankets Son Francisco SAN FRANCISCO (;P) — For the third, successive day San Francisco was blanketed under zero-zero foff. Most bay area airports were closed. Ship sailings were canceled. Commuter trains wore off schedule and the clashing of aulo bumpere echoed through the murky streets. TUESDAY, FEB. 8, 195« Chinese Plan Early Raid On Mainland SINGAPORE </F) - jubilant at President Eisenhower's new policy toward Formosa, pro-Chiang Kai- shek Chinese leaders in this British colony announced today they would seek government permission to send Malayan volunteer groups (or any Invasion of the China mainland. These leaders, members of one of the largest colonies of overseas Chinese, said' they planned malaya- TIME OUT FOR FUN—Backgrounded by Hie mujcstlc foothills of the North Tyrolean Alps Cen Matthew D. Illdfiway, supreme commander of NATO forces In Europe, plays "horse" for his son' Matlv. Jr., al Garmisch, Germany. The liidsways are spending a vacation al the tamed winter resort' Yoshida Thinks Korean War Will End Soon TOKYO (!?> — Prime Minister Shlccru Yoshltla told the Japanese Diet today that lie believed the Korean War would "come to an end since the United States Is making every effort, to write off as soon as possible." The statement was an answer to [loor questions n r to his reaction to President, Eisenhower's State of the Union message to the u. S. Conis ress. Yoshida said ho believed Japan could steer clear of the Korean War but pledged that his government would continue lo try to get back from Russia "the Kurilcs and other islands." ' Nankin to Get Chinese Pest TAIPEH (/!')—U. S. Minister Karl . Rankln appears certain to he amed U. S. ambassador to Nation- list China when the necessary for- alities are cleared. Rnokln came to Talpeh as U. S. linlster and charge d'affaires in he summer of 1950. Rend Courier News Classified Ads st Prices Paid for Scrap Iron, Tin and Wire. Hester's Coal Yard S. IMwnv Fl I'lione ,-ilSG For that original Bourbon taste... enjoy the one and only the original c? Kentucky .Bourbon Now . . . also avail able years old Rolllccl-in-Bnml $/24 4/5qt. Pint $/ fj4 Bora ni'r/i rte Republic . . . first Hoitrbon in Kentucky (17BO). More years than any Krnlucky lioiirbon ... more friends eiery year. r.[H!UCKY STBAJOKI &OUS6ON WHISKEY, Si FSOOF. 3 I9JJ JAMES f. PEFfES 1 CO., INC., lEXiNGTON. KENTUCKY Rhec Pleased By Ike's Speech SEOUL (/!>y—South Korean Presi- •dent Syng'mnn Rhec today expressed "great satisfaction" over President Eisenhower's announced plaris to strengthen Ihe Republic of Korea Army and to order Lhe U. S. Seventh Fleet to stop protecting Red China. Coal Mine Blast Kills Six Men KJDSOROVE, Eng. (If)— Six men were killed and one Injured In an explosion here last night in Bur- challs colliery .one of Britain's few privately-owned coal mines. All privately-owned collieries are small \Ms operating under national coal board license. No details of the accident were Immediately available. wide celebrations keynoted to the slogan, "A return to Shanghai In three months." A cord of sound white wood will yield 9,000,000 picks. birch tooth- TV REPAIR Neil Ross, Trained Radio 4 TV Technician Graduate has opened' a shop In Blyihevllle. For TV or Radio Hepalr . . . Call 3816 for Prompt Service. piEASE! because G.B. meuns GUESEDIECK BROS. ««IWI»T CO., ST. 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No other with seats so wide, both front and rear. No other with Airliner Re- y clining Scats, Twin Beds, or Weather Eye Conditioned Air System. In your next car get the best, the newest in motoring. Sec your Nash dealer and drive the world's most beautiful, most modern cars—(he new 1953 Airflytcs. There's none so new! There's None So New As THE AMBASSADOR THE STATESMAN i. DiViVe.i Hdil-.-KrfvtrtiW Cwp«rn*.'t,n, Delrorl, NOW ON DISPLAY AT YOUR NEARBY^O^A- DEALER'S! \ SHELTON MOTOR CO. 117 East Main Street, Biytheviile x

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