The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 19, 1951 · Page 9
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Corpui Christ! CALLER-TIMES, Sun., Aug. 19, 1951 9f 12 Crewmen Found Dead CIO Denies RowfSSXSJ JAt Navy Plane Wreck Scene - i WASHINGTON' A 11 o- 1S '· · With AFL Due To Its Officers \VASHiNGTQN, Aug. IS, ( A P ) -- | b e e n mentioned at any ULPCJ A CJP spokesman denied today i meeting. that his organization had created! The -News said preferred posi- disharmony in the United Labor I lions in the mobilization setup had Policy Committee. He added that;gone to AFU rather than C30 it would be "a severe-blow" to thej leaders, and tlierefore that criti- natioji if the AFL tarried out itsiciwn was baseless, threat to scuttle the ULPC. iSays Tr'ed for Harmony The IAVO big: union groups formed{ "In the ULPC, the CIO has! the committee last December to 1 'leaned over backward' to assure provide a measure, of unity amongjharmonious relationships; and Ue organized workers during the na-1 A FL representatives had never in- tional defense emergency. They stood together through a fight with government mobilization agencies labor representatives for service last spring, when union leaders in the government d e f e n s e walked out temporarily in a bid agencies or with the CIO recommendations for these posts," the WASHINGTON, A u g. 1?. (AP)--P re » i d e n t Tnuna.ii boarded the yacht Williamsburg today for a short cruise on Use Potomac River. He is expected to return Umipriow afternoon. Miss Margaret Truman and two of her friends went along. White House officials, asked about published reports that Margaret was using a luxurious gift car in her travels about New York City, said the car is one of tlie regular L i n c o l n Cosmopolitan limousines leased by the government for use of the President aiid his family. I ANCHORAGE. Alaska. Aug. 15.'rougli terrain. It was VolieveO '.he NV^lion! an A!aka railroad tele- I t AP)--All 12 crew members of a ; bodies even'.uaUy would be b'V'Uxht .,,..;., pj ier Hl B.^UI p^s, dmrlrroU 'crashed Navy PB4-Y-2 Privateer to Kodiak hefo:e shipment to tlu-;.^ ]Hj)p {i , rr ,,, ot . t ,,ii n m" prop- i bombing- plane on Amak Island : S'ates for buna!. * .;.',,,,,. nf iii-T i ., i-«, : " , ' · _* j . , i f'l w \ 111 '. ut \ 1 v 1 1 1 1 L \ \}i *·! *v * " " t ;were found dead. Last pt.smoji report Horn tin- j Ground parties reached t h e.rour-eugined bomber Sundty has^vhich beais his ivame. 'wreckage of the plar.« yesterday 'near Port Heiden also on th« north The p l a n e tixk o!f from |on the island off the "Northern!side of the Alaska peninsula, and.TalkeeUia Wednesday ! Alaska peninsula coast. (about 300 miles northeast of Amak. last radio resort mdiciiicd it was seared ai * 1 *TM ~ } I " UC! thc 12 The plane vanished Sunday on as The big plane apparently routine mission from Kodiak to-j**. l t crashed. Khune* s ward Adak Island in the mid-Al«u- ; a^« ^ about 100 feet. .Uwi. tiaiis. ! Meanwhile l o w clouds today i Meanwhile. at \\a.shmg'lon. A landing party from the Navy -hampered search for bush plot; N a v y released the names of Tug Tillamook toiled up to " "' 300-foot level on tlie plaiie 'oad All 12 bodies were identified. By ( northeast of here. | u .., s ^ lan E,,i owe son of Mr. and radio to Kodiak the party mes-: The passengers \verp E 1 m e rUjj 1 .' " R USse jj Fnlowc Houston, saged it would be Oifficuuil . t o . "Red" Wolford and his two tw- bring them clown because ot the age sons, Larry Lee and Steven. Chapman Asks 3Iiuers ! Spted Mew 31eb*ls Huuti WASHINGTON, Aug! 18. (UP)--i Secretary of Interior Oscar L,i Chapman called on the. mining in-' iiUistry today to step up efforts to' \tiscover new uunoral supplies for the iiulK'H's expanding needs. j He urt;ed the intensified efforts; as the Kuit'-au of Minos published! M. slucly showiiiff thai the United; Stales is relying move and more on foreign suiirces for some of Us; cvenins. Its'" 11 " 11 essential minerals. The.-bu-, ,,'reau said the survey showed "an; alarming decline in this, nation's; '.eve! o! seli-.«ulticiencv in many' and critical minerals ANTS A N T S ANTS One Year Service ciurante* DYSART PEST CONTROL 908 S. Staples Ph. 2-8801 It toiled up to the i Glen Hudson and his three pas- j , limen a ij O . ux i the Privateer bom- on the island where'sengers. overdue since Wednesday j be[ , , ha( , cras i ied A niak Island. crHsbeU. night to Wolford Lake 170 imles! 0 ,. e of the eli ii, s ieii men aboard fl* 0 P T O M P- Corner Mesquite Peoples T 0 I dicated dissatisfaction either with tlie manner of nominations of topi loHnv v«r»i*oc»nia t i Vf*t* frtl- SOFVICt* News said. A third reason offered by AFL for a stronger v o i c e in . t h e agencies. In an editorial In the weekly "CIO News," editor H e n r y C. spokesmen, that activities of CIO Fleisher, official spokesman for | delegates at the recent M i l a n , the organization, said today the!Italy, conference of the Interna- death of the ULPC "will bring · tional Confederation of Free Trade iieep regrets in stales and cities'Unions (IOFTU). had broken the throughout the country". :'sarmony was also challenged by First CIO Comment the News. The AFL ami CIO sup- It was the ClO's first official P o r i e d different candidates for comment on the situation since president of the ICFTU. The CIO- the AFL executive council, meet- · backed candidate won. He was ing in Montreal hist week, decided Vincent Tewson of the B r i t i s h to end tlie era of cooperation be- Trades Union Congress, tween the two federations. The; The News denied that the CIO action ot the council, made up of jwas promoting "socialism" in its activities in Europe and argued it has sought to encourage all non- president William Green, secretary-treasurer George Meany, and 1" vice presidents, will be submitted to the AFL convention in San Francisco next month, but there wasn't much doubt that whatever the council recommended would be pushed through 'the convention. The CIO News said that it would be difficult "to assess the reported decision to scuttle the joint action program of American labor" until the AFL's convention acted. The editorial continued: "Ln scores of localities, local' labor groups have followed the lead of the ULPC in forging n workable degree of unity on home- state and home-town issues. The spirit of united' action has benefited every union and e v e r y j worker. i 'A Severn Blow' i "The absence of national leader-] ship of a kind which the ULPCJ has been able to give during the; past nine months, could V.« a se-1 rere blow, not only to the welfare I of American labor, but to the en- j tire country as it moves through j the present difficult period of na-; tional emergency and internation- j a.l crisis." j ALF complaints against the CIO, i as' reported by. the daily news-! paper, the News said, "seemed t o j have little foundation in fact." | The News denied that it had re-i · i 3 t e d the AFL's overtures to. merge the organizations outright, j saying that the subject had not | Gunman Takes ! Cash,lSriglitly i Colored Snirts BALTIMORE, Aug. 18. (AP)--A red-haired gunman with e. flare for color? held up a haberdashery yesterday and escaped with nine pastel shirts and about $30 in cash. The shopkeeper, Harry Farbman, tolij police the man entered the store to look at the shirts and some slacks. He wore a_.pink shirt, yellow belt and gray pants. After behaving very politely, the gunman suddenly drew a gun, locked Farbirian in a back room, and made off with the contents of the cash register a$d the brightly- colored shirts. Communist European trade union groups. · · i "Far from seeking to 'freeze out'' the Non-socialiF»ts from the ICFTU. i the CIO has worked consistently since 1949 to find a formula for bringing the strong Catholic union.-; of Europe into the ICFTU ranks," said the News. CORPUS CHRISTI'S BIGGEST XCURSION SPECIAL! A GLORIOUS TRIP TO MOONLIGHT BAY! It's the Pleasure- Playland of them all!... Dreamy lagoons for two in n canoe..Jnoon-, light dancing... beautiful girls... love music floating «cros» the bay...everything under the sun and moon you could want for a ·wonderful time! 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