The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1946 · Page 12
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-PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUIAM6. 1046 CIO Boss Faces Leadership Test Murray Must Pick Right Man to Fill Hillman's Place WASHINGTON, July 10. (UPJ — CIO President Philip Murray in- day faced his toughest fight for the survival ot his organization since John L. Lewis took a walk in 1942. Murray returns here to meet the crisis created by till death :osl week of Sidney Hillman. president of th* Amalgamated clothing Workers and chairman of the CIO Political Action Committee. He has one more day to map plans before meeting with CIO vice presidents on Wednesday and the executive board Thursday and Friday. With HHinan dead and Lewis back In the AFL ready to lead raids on the CIO, Murray Is the last of the "Big Three" who masterminded the organization of the Committee for Industrial Organlza. lion in 1935 and its growth Into » permanent trade union federation in 1940. His problems are to maintain the labor union militancy aifd political potency created by Hillman; preserve the unity of the several . CIO factions which Hillman was able to enhs't. and to build resistance against AFL raids. Labor leaders said the way Murray meets these tests will have lar-reaching effects on the ClO's influence In American and woild Inbor affairs and Democratic Parly decisions. The November elections were expected to show the first concrete results of Murray's efforts. - Hillman came to-national IcW.lcr- shlp in American labor and politics almost simultaneously. He was one of the band of 12 to 20 persons who met during National Recovery Administration days In the office of Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins to plan the social legislation which became the Social security. National Labor Relations and Fair Labor Standards acts. > At about the same time, Hillmau gained membership In the American Federation of Labor, fe had split «rth the AFL in 1914, organized a rump movement which became I he Amalgamated clothing workers and for 19 years remained an independent union. The AFL blames him for splitting off 10 big unions to form the CIO in 1935 after the executive council had jjersuaded Lewis to abandon the dual movement. .In Hie end, Lewis yielded'to Ktllman. Hillman threw CIO-PAC support behind Harry S. Truman for the vice presidential nomination In 1914 and then organized the labor vote- getting program which helped elect the Roosevelt-Truman ticket. Hillman's 13 years association .411 the Inner councils of government am Democratic politics made the power behind the CIO, many CIO men say. AFL, leaders doubt that Murray oil at the crucial moment. Unlike the Able Day boml). which exploded upwards of 500 yards from the alining point, the linker Day Win!) can't miss. Suspended by cable Irom a special barge, H will be detonated l/y radio from a ship many miles iiway, The key vessel In this operation will be the U. S. S. Cumberland Bound—known on the two-way voice nulio fl."> "Abraham." At today's critique of yesterday's atr- phu.se rcheni'snl It wns agreed or.« of the innjor tusks will l>e keeping </jl)rri.iBin,'s" car glued 'Ho hi* receiver while his lips arc »t the microphone. As It will on Raker Day, yesterday the Cumberland Sound issued periodic radio voice announcements or the time remaining before the mock detonation. Hut "Abraham" wns not listening, and AQmirix lilnndy's flneshlp found It Impossible lo send messages to the Cumberland Sound. If such n situation should ;'.c- vclop on llakcr Day, the task loivc commander would be unable to lO.stponc Ihc blast, even If tie pnrncii at the lust moment ihal there were sllll some stragglers aboard the turret ships. HONORABLE DISCHARGES Leonard N. Mulling, seammi sco end class, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mulllns, has been discharged from the Navy at, the Scpnrntlon Center in Memphis. A veteran of 19 -nnnths service, he was In the Pucinc Theu- Icr lli months. Lieut, (j.g.) Tom Clint Wheat, .sun of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wheat, has 1 liecn released from active Navy duty at the Separation Center in Mem- \ pills. In the Navy 28 months, he ! served In the Pacific Area 19 months. I Stiiil SeiRl R. E. Cohoon, son of [ Mr. and Mis. G. T. Cohoon of Holland, Mo., lias been discharged from the Army at Port Sam Houston, Texas. Prior to entering service two years ago, he lauyht vocational agriculture In Poplar Blull, Mo., High School. He was graduated irom University of Missouri, •.Jjl He and Mrs. Cohoon have been the guests in Holland for the past week of Ills parents and spent the Tp^.- pnd In Jackson, Mo., en route to Brunswick, Mo., where they will make their home. ' Read Courier N':wi Want Ad*. Urn containing soil of Bastogne, which was covered with American paratroopers' blood during "Battle of the Bulge." arrives in Washington by plane from Belgium to be presented to President Tmman then placed in National Museum. At left is Col. Hani Defraiteur, Belgian Minister of Defense; right, Gen. Gerald Hlg- uins of the 101st Airborne Division. USS Arkansas and Saratoga To Be in Line-Up for New Bomb can carry the load alone and they believe without Hillman their task of coaxing big CIO unions back to the "house of labor" has eased. By JOSEPH I.. MYI.KK Dulled Press Slatf Correspondent ABOARD U. S. S. MT. McKIN- LEY, Off Bikini, July 16.—The venerable Carrier Saratoga, spared in Hie July 1 air-drop test of the atomic bomb, will be one 01 the principal targets in the snalio'.v underwater blast on Baker Day. set for July 25. Vice Admiral w. H. P. Blandy confirmed todiiy. Hiding near the Sura, and close to the barge from which the bomb will be suspended, will be the old Battleship Arknnsns. the Japanese battlewagon Nagato and several smaller warships. The submarine Pllotflsh also will be "on the spot," ne of two of- that type craft be surfaced during the test. Six others wll be submerged. With the second atomic lest onl> Une days off, most of Ihe surviving arget vessels ' today >\verc in their appointed six>Li near the bins point. The array has not yet beei made public, but Admiral Blandy, I commander of Operation Cross-1 roads, said a diagram would be released as soon as the Joint chiefs or si«rf npnrovc n plan for rearranging the ships. Also undisclosed, and .scheduled to remain secret, are the dcpi'".i and location Of the bomb and the lime State Police Report 7,476 Arrests in June LITTLE IIOCK, Ark,, July 16. (UP)—A report released by the slate: police tore today showed that 1.416 arrests were made In June with convictions In all except 213 cases. In Addition to Ihc arrests, Di- Mnj.-Gen. Edward M. Almond, above, has been appointed chief of sliin" lo Gen. Douglas MacArthur. He is tovmcT commander of 92d Infantry Division. rector Jack R. Porter said thin patrolmen checked more than 18,000 lUtomoblles for defective lights, and hat corrections Vi'ei'omiwlc In nearly ialf that nuAibcr. Stolen property recovered was valued at $46,870- and Included n .peed boat a motorcycle and 4'J automohiles. of explosion. Blandy snirt In » communique. i-) 0 tared vessel can be squarely 'over the blast pottiv. Other mujor target ships already revealed are the Cruiser Pensfirola. the Destroyer Mayrant, the Transport Fallow and an LST. All liiboratory ships and scl^n- Iflc.personnel required for ttic t"sk inve arrived in Bikini L:igoon to IK and assemble the bomb, whether he bomb's components arc here or en route may not be .staled lor security reasons, liut everything else is, and directors of Opi'viu'.oii Crossroads tire confident the bomb wll be in place and ready lo t!° HOW'S YOUR RADIO We Give 1 to 2 Days Service on any Make. ' We'll Make It Work! Fred Callihan Phone 2642 We Call For and Deliver Authorized Motorola Radio Sales and Service IOC South First St. County Home Demonstration Club PLAY TOURNAMENT DELL HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Wednesday. July 17 10:30 A. M. ADMISSION 25c F. L WICKER MACHINE SHOP Has Just Installed LARGE METAL LATHE METAL SHAPER AND EMPLOYED W'M Known Local Machinist With Years of Experience WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED TO DO ANY SST JOB ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING Is Our SPECIALTY ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED Phone 2192 215 N. Second Educator Dies . MALVERN, Ark., July 16. fUP) —John Lafayette Pratt, 56-year- old superintendent of schools here, died early yesterday after an illness of several weeks. He had been head of the Malvern school system, for (he past 29 years since he came here from Louisiana In 1912. He was a gradoatc of Louisiana Stale University. ,'i Monsters NEURITIS, ARTHRITIS, RHEUMATISM These three monsters have causer, more pain mid suf- during the past M years Movir.tain Valley has fought icrlng than all other human ailments combined. And them (lay In mid day out; and has to its credit many notable victories. Probably G to B glasses of this natural alkaline water may Ire the greatest blessing you have ever known. Try it for DO days. Phone for Interesting litcnUuve. Call 37-3GM. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY Main and Division Blytheville Ark. Buying Life Insurance decs not add to your financial problems—it solves them. It Will Pay You to Call Jack W. Powel Insurance Counsellor Mississippi County Representative • ATiONAL LIFE •-"• '-VERMONT Residence Phone 3804 or Write Box 604 Blytheville, Ark. We're CLOSED for Modernization ol Our Entire Store! We're going to completely remodel and thoroughly modernize our store. This will take about 30 days and when it is finished we will have one of the most modern stores in this part of the country. Temporary Office & Showroom During modernization operations we will occupy temporary rooms above Ihe store where we will have on display a small selection of Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry. You'll Like Our 8-Hour Cleaning Service It's Geared to Meet Your Emergencies Are YOUR VACATION CLOTHES Clean and Rea'dy? Its vacation season and regardless of whether you plan to spend yours close-to-home or at some distant retreat you'll want your out-of- doors clothes clean and ready for duty—without delay! 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