The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1949 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 11, 1949
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40 Priesls Held In Czech Jails Opposition to Red Government. Brings Increased Arrests By Richard Kaslsclike Prague, Czechoslovakia, Oct. 10. W 1 )—More than 40 Roman Catholic priests-have hccn jailed In the past lew days' for opposition to the Communist government's bill to control the church, reliable sources reported yesterday. : These arrests would brliiglto more than 300 the number of "'-fesls and jjuns reported arrested' since the >,neelnning .of the church-state fight I'here. ....... ... , :. . . The informants also reported! police Pressure is being applied to individual -members ... -the church hierarchy who' are - opposing the legislation,-due to become law!Nov. ; The sources added that because oi such pressure, \fsgr. Frantisek pnderek. the apostolic administrator of 'resin (Tcschen) near the Polish border, recently issued a statement backing tlie bill in part. Me had been one of those who had signed a piotcst letter condemning Hie Lontiol bill The mfoiminU sad his statement c?me »'ter horns of ceasUcw questioning The hieraithv, unaei Airhbishopl Jo«ef Bcian piimite of C^echoslo "Ma has been icported bj chine] sources almost unanimous in op. posing the bill uhtch will imke al prests md pastois cm! scnanls paid In the ilite and siibfect to state admlmstialive fniinciil and appointive controls the sjoicin- ment insists only /H handful priests are ag-unst the bill Rciilroad President Gives Tips To Would-Be Rail Executive Cost of Basement Between 6<" n and 9<v of the co-,t of a home is repievented in base ment conduction, includm and excavation. First Woman Krirnj Hutu Bijan Owen (Mrs Rhode) i wh ° «as appo'nted nnmstei to Denmark In 1B33 was the fiist woman emo) to be iccreditetl to i foreign . government by the United States. WINS AIR AWARD-Viigmia L, Sweet, above, 28-year-old WASP of.Port Henry, N. Y., won the" 1049 Amelia Earhart Memorial Scholarship, awarded each year, by the "Ninety-Nines," international women pilots' organization. She will use the scholarship to obtain her commercial instrument rating AYD A HOPLRiL Hi«ne Kiol, .5, t el S th. «o,,i from C II Bufcrd, head of the M,L w , B kee Ra.lroad II}' Ber( Gplilralh NEA Staff Currespomlenf CHICAGO (NEA>—C. K. Buford president, of the Milwaukee Rail- load «as once a u-uefoot lad kick- Ing around the sand burrs".of Ark£o it nas I like to have foi peimanent empioj- inenf, aim Jon thou |<j go af t er lt |n jou went after jom the same Iirat job Eu»one, whose liobhicalaie model lailroadmg and collecl'ng timelibles nostaigia that T,; ^ I S n! ^'TV? ^"'^rTit'h a pe,- ' ' TOmi visit to Buford in Chicago The r-iihoad president repealed the , ills busy Chicago office, from a 15- year-old boy in Blue Earth. Minii. who wrote that he hart "chosen to be a rail road president ' Eugene Knol, a high school freshman, lold Buford that he had cherished tlie ambition for two years. Now he lud to compose a, school paper on what he planned'to do in adult life. With youthful-directness, he. asked the man he thought should know best. The letter found its way 'through channels" and Buford found himself, a.s he said, "on the spot" for a reply. Buford thought a long tiine before answering. Then, for Eugene's guidance he oifeied a nine point program, outlining the formula for success in practically any career Old Argument Laborers, Carpenters End Squabble over Forms for Concrete Mlnn.,.0ct. m, , abo f P" 06 ln the .' ton industry, was assured I rtf lement 0( a loiiR-sla JuHsdlctional dispute betwee ' stn c- today " 1: Railroad men must be strong and phjsicilh fit ....uMiaung i, quor U)to 2 Nojoungman can hope to be a I 15 ''! violation of-federal la« ma inilroid president unless he is Einest N Ahlfeldt ;iir». n ,i scrupulously honest conscientious [-"'?. Pistricc n office here?"«?"» °f >n two ~-• .> nuici-ican reneratlon of Labor An 'agreement climaxing several jears of negotiations has been iearnef 1 ' 11 ^ 1 ^ 1 ' 1 ^' t ''° "• The agreement contains a no- strike pledge between the -AFL carpenters and the APL laborers union on handling of concrete forms. rim argument may be unkown ip a great many' people but has neci up millions of dollars of Important construction work for months at a lime. with, strikes occurring frequently over the years Tlie agreement became known as the APL convention began to wind «P business. Election of officers late irrlav MS- to climax the session of considering resolutions and a major address from Secretary of Defense Loiij Johnson. - » William -Green, APL president and other officers of the bi? labor organization we're expected to be re- electccl wlthout;pnix>slfloh. Important to "Peace" Tlie apre'i'rhent between tlie car- nentcrs and laborers, unions is an important one-in;maintaining building industry peace and preventing serious labor trouble hi'msny cities [no- v, ~ , " ~~*—"*•-" "jv . The two unions have aereed tn I^Paiagmph of Ins ktter spill up the/work connected with removing • wooden forms used for Pouring concrete. Under the agreemeiit, members of the carpenters . union will remove the forms after the. concrete hardens. The laborers union will have Jurisdiction to;"move, the lumber once it is taken down by the carpenters. • The laborers also are rri'veri jm-is- (ilction to clean, oil and carry the lumber to the next place It is to be re-used as forms. On forms which are too worn to °? «-«sotl. the carpenters agreed that laborers can tear them down But forms destined to be used over are to be taken down only h,i, hope bition mav be achiexed iud that some daj *l,en i am not around, hose of join geneiation mil read the annual repoit of a large railroad signed bj Eugene Knol, presi dent Warned Against Shipments of Liquor Into 'Dry' Oklahoma four states that hn'portaUon o? ant! considerate. 3 You must be lulling to woik hird and hne u without watching the clo<.k s ,4 Learn the lalue of a dollai Dont waste joir oui or jour em ployer's money Culfuate a fnendh and pleas mg persomlif j Don t b? a grouch. 6 Finish college and pel hips n technical school. 'Decide wlieth'er you want to achieve a railroad presidency through engineering, ac- Munting, business administration, law or some oilier actvity. It is most iporlant to choose the line you will ike. :'TO' to .work for some railroad during summer vacations. A railroad president must know a great deal about al! types of railroad work. 8 To get jour first job, go with letter of introduction, if possible, o the man in charge wherever you ind theie is an opening' otherwise ;o on j-our.owii, and use the personality . you will have developed by nat time. 9: By the time your preparation is Inished, you will undoubtedly have decided the kind of Job jou would was mailed Satnrdav 'Vo 'aU Wh0lesale ""I the la " d "' elfcct The act of 1936 makes it an dryTtate 0 transpolt 'Wr '"to a • ,\ft ' <, ' '''*•&/:; CUTTING A WIDE SWATH IN DDT-Roarlng overhead at the U, S. Agriculture' Research Center, Beltsvilte, Md., this Ilal'on lane sra , . r, esve, ., plane sprays DDT solution over a 150-toot-wide strip. The in- seclifirle. is carried, in two newly-designed, externally-mounted ; spray bombs. Their quirk removal permits immediate conversion ••"•'.-. o' "i* Plane to others of its many uses. Eliminate Wall Border A small room will - appear larger and ceiling higher if there Is no division between ccilin?s and walls by Holding or similar horizontal lines or border. - : ' • Four Members of Family Shot to Death in Home FORT WORTH, Texas, Oct 11— W;—Four persons were found shot (o death yesterday at their home tn suburban Oak Knoll. Tiie were Identified by neighbors maternal grandmother. A next door neighbor, Mrs. T o Hnklll, discovered the bodies when' she went to Inquire about the children whom she usually drove to school with her own-child. ,. M «- Huklll said she last sna- the family Saturday. Neighbors said Hie grandmotncr nau come here recently from Florida. K'^^^r^^ The CIFI that makes a Lasting impression Brilliant DIAMONDS ''»»• DREIFUS students. ' Walker, by the carpenters. The two unions- have been disputing over this situation for years. Teacher Wins $1,000 Award in Name Contest i HELENA, Ark.. Oct. II. wV_ A Helena kindergarten supervisor yesterday was handed a SI 000 check /or .winning second place in a Nation-wide, contest. .':.',' Mis. J. M Henderson,, about 60 won second place in a name contest - sponsored by Proctor and Oamble Co Mrs Hendelson, wife of a veteran former Helena police officer who has been an invalid for ten years said she would give ten per cent of >the 11000 to the'Helena First \ Shoes Look Stain makes the difference! DIAMOND TWOSOME $4995 CHAISE IT -10% DOWN DELIVERS B«outlM diamond adorn* th« Solilair*. Both' mountingi arc of rich 14k gold. ' black,-red shoes red. And gives a brilliant, lasting .shine. Thrifty, .too. In all popular colora, at food, variety and drug stores, acd shoe repair shops. IARTON MFG. CO. 1 i. M*. DIAMOND ENSEMBLE I V7COO 75' Economy ratio: 19 to 1! Live-Woler Washing is a new, exclusive Frigidaire feature. Rolling currents of hot, sudsy water wash clothes through and through. 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