The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 26, 1949
Page 7
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_MONPAT, SEPTEMBER 26, 1949 CIO Split Looms Over Red Issue Schism n Expected At Stormy Convention; Now Labor Group WASHINGTON, Sept 36 (AP) — Top CIO leaders here Indicated Saturday they expect the split between anti-Communist and pro- Communist groups within the CIO i IM^ H 1 ™*> v ' ntlon n «Jrt month. A third labor federation may be Cr ~ ed M a result - th «y speculated ./™« * h °**>wn "^y <*»"<: when the CK) meeting Is held In Cleveland the last week of October. TTie pro-Communlat groups, such «* those leading the United Electrical wor!«r«, now are forcing the Issue In the struggle which has raged In CIO ranks lor more than two years. A The U.E. claims more than i half |B«Iilton members. It has laid down certain demands to be made on CIO President Philip Murray, giving Murray little choice but to bring matters to a head. The VX. ha* threatened to cut off payment of eight cents per person levy to the CIO except under certain conditions, The conditions were forwarded to the CIO thU week, following re-election of U.E. officers In convention at Cleveland. Mot Fight or Yield Murray now must lead a fight to Hole them out-or yield to the U.E. demand that CIO officers who have criticized U.E. leadership be ousted and silenced. The CIO convention, at which the light la certain to explode Into noisy, head-on clash, begins October 3! in Cleveland. The issues will be cleared at the executtvj board meeting starting October ». Some CIO leaders are convinced that th« Communist line now Is to consolidate sympathetic forces in a new federation since they have lost ground In the CIO In a two-year ttruggle. In a. dtapatch from Washington, the New York Times said that right- wing forcea are prepared for the pouibl»,break. "If it occurs:" the story «a!d, "they (the Murray leadership) will charter right-wing groups to form the nucleus of new organizations ^supplanting the dissidents." Th« first Iron object m»d« In North America's Initial Ironworks ,w;» a cooking pot. TAH.-awe rr BACK PVtRAU FUSEUCC L£«CTH so FETT VWMCS BACK 35 DCGKES SPAN ss fen . CREW PttOT AND NftVfcATOR- v ftMMOMAN , ONEOFTVMO TURBO JET ENGINES (ARK.) COTJRIFK NEWS Martin XB-51. The XB-51 is the Air •peciftcally designed to give high-speed sunnort point out unusual characteristics o 'the bomber mounted in the rear of the fuselage UUin,a7e spe ™ r i > *° *** idenl *« i °"^ « »» %£* f, £? "'' a " d the Brst P° stwar Plane rf* ''«>»«.!" combat. Type-boxes above ?th"V R ?, '• Ch '",! he third turb °-J<* engine 'Love Triangle' Cause of Bomb Blast on Plane MANILA, Sept. 26. t/P>— A Filipino woman and five men have been accused of a love diangle murder by blowing up nn airliner with a time bomb In Ihe Philippines last May. Authorities called It a crime without parallel. The woman's husband and 12 others aboard—Including two Americans—were killed In Ihe explosion of a Philippines Air Lines plane on a flight from Daet to Manila. Daet U 140 miles east of Manila. Authorities said on June 7 the lovers would be arrested and their Identity revealed "at the proper time." They were listed In the formal murder charges as Mary Roe and John Doe. There has been no announcement since. The other four men named in the murder charges were accused of delivering a box containing the H« Hobby Paid Off In Handsome Fashion MIAMI, pla., Sept. 26—(3>j—A recreation director whose hobby is underwater photography has told hoi- he found a group of solid silver bars in the wreckage of a Spanish galleon in the Florida Keys. Arthur McKee, city recreation director of Homestead, Fla., recovered the bars on Memorial Day (May 30) while photographing old cannon. McKee would not divluge the number of ingots recovered but there were at least three and he admitted "many more than that." It was less than a hundred," he bomb to the airport. Preliminary hearings were set but the four have not gone to trial. The Americans killed aboard the plane were Ludwlg J. Sundeen, 48, Lltchfield. Minn., and Robert Park- 27, Rochester, N. Y. Arkansas Senator Offers Plan for Congress to Choose Between Budgets WASHINGTON, Sept ' 26 (A>) _ Senator McClellan OD-Arki wants Congress to have more say so in working out the government's bud- He Introduced a resululion In (he added. Dr. Alexander Wetmore secretary of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, said the Ingots of silver bore authentic Spanish mark- Ings and were "more than 200 years old." The institution purchased one weighing 70 pounds and offered to buy another for $1,000 but McKee wouldn't sell. McKee displayed one. bar weighing 60 pounds and another of 80 pounds. The wreckage was found off Plantation Key. five miles south of the village of Tavenier. McKee .could not Identify the vessel. Effect of Russian A-Bomb on China Policy Pondered CANTON, Sept. 'X. (*)—Unofficial circles speculated today on how Hussian possession of the atom bomb might affect Western policy towards Nationalist China. There was no comment from Nationalist leaders but the unofficial speculation ran in these two lines: 1. The Western powers might go lor all-out appeasement of the Soviets, It so, Nationalist china would be sacrificed if necessary. 2. The democracies might decide to contain Communism everywhere. In this case, some aid for Natlon- Elist China might still be forthcoming. Chiang Kai-shek heard the news of Russia's new weapon at his home In Canton's Plum Blossom Village. It wns believed he discussed It with callers. There were strong indications the Nationalist government will make new efforts to seek foreign aid, discourage recognition of the Chinese Reds and create nn effective Par Eastern anti-Communist 'union. Son of tmigrant How Governor in Mexico ROME-wv-The city of Blella in Northern Italy has learned with great pride that one of Us sons has become governor of the stale of Chihuahua In Mexico which has an area greater than the whole of Italy. ASTRA, an Italian news agency said that the Chihuahua governor Fernando Fogllo. is the son of a laborer who emigrated to Mexico fro.-n Blella about a half century ago. The news agency dispatch said that Fogllo, an engineer, has had a brilliant career, and is credited with leading his slate to great advancement. PAGE SEVEN Senate yesterday which would require the President to submit, two budgets (o Congress each year. One would be the budget the President would like io see passed, The other would jo an alternative budget thai would be within the government's estimated income. By comparing the two budgets Congress could make such changes as members think nscessary, McClellan said. Color Films of Nile Being Made by Teacher KHARTOUM. Anglo-Egyptian Sudan—f/pj—A former University of California Instructor slnclc-liand- edly is making a color motion picture of the NUc, the mightiest river In the world. For J. Michael Hago- ptnn, of 'lollywood's Academy Films, Ltd.. It Isn't a new assignment. Before coming lo Africa he made a movie of the Mississippi. His next assignment, is Ihe Ganges, In India. The educational documentary will show every aspect of the Nile's 4.000-mlle length, from Lake Victoria to the Mediterranean Delta. Hngoplnn will use Anything that can move at'd carry him during his work, Including chartered airplanes, bicycles and river steamers. Christmas is not a legal holiday in Kansas. slt - Marsh How Would You Say It? For Stuffiness, Coughs of Colds You know—like millions of others —how wonderfully effective Vicks VapoRub is when you rub it on.'s amazing, ipecial relief when there s much coughing or stuffiness, that "choked-up" feeling. It's VapoRub in Steam ... and it brines relief almost instantly! Put 1 or 2 spoonfuls of VapoRub la a vaporizer or bowl of boiling water. Then breathe in the soothing, medicated vapors Ever*i breath, eases coughing; spasms, makes breathing easier. And to prolong relief—rub VapoRub on throat, chest ana back. Use ft in steam... Rub ft on, tool Curlcy I.«wson's cousin from back East and a few of ui gat talking when he wai here visiting, and I couldn't help noticing how different he said things. For instance, he Baid, "Lifting that 200-pound bag of cement almost killed me." "You mean each of cement?" asks Curley. (That's Hie way we'd say it.) "No," interrupts young Elliott who'd spent a lot of time down South, "He means « 'poke of see-meut.'" It was good for * chuckle, anyway. Bag, lack or poke—wu knew what he was trying to My, » just depends on where yon arc In the U. S., which way soundi rif ht. From where I ill, wh«n«r*r w* erilit ize someone for ion riding fanny lo us, we eucht to think mow w* sound to them. If, the »•• M choosing your liquid refreshment. I'm accustomed lo a moderate claw of b«er—you may like finger »!»_ hut who's to eay the oth«r'a wrong J I'd eajr we're both right! r r I ARKANSAS WYISJON, UMTH) STATtt MEWR$ Kf nriAMin MX*., iirru woe, MC SHEET METAL WORK- Custom OF ALL KINDS work lor gins, alfalfa mills, oil milhx Custom Sl1 " "P to 1/4 inch thickness Frorslc Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway IF YOU LIKE THE BEST TRY NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS SOYBEAN SACKS 2iBu. Size TOP MARKET PRICES PAID FOR ' YOUR BEANS AT ALL TIMES Doyle Henderson Soybean Co. 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