The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1949 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
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1 1 TgCTt8PAT, OCTOBER 18, IMf THf HA7ION TODAY— Steel Strike Puts Pressure On Murray, President of CIO, From Within His Organization By Harold W. Ward WASHINGTON, Oct. 13. WV-Each day that the sleel ..trilce'con- tinues adds to the pleasures gathering around CIO President Philip Muri ay. Each day brings the CIO convention nearer, with crucial decision* for Murray to make concerning the future of the 14-year-old'Congre« ot industrial organizations, which he helped to build and has led sine* 1940. If the steel strike should still be Mrs. Redman Addresses Kiwanis Club fourth romid postwai wage increase, M IS c G Hedman, executive see- as recommended by the steel fact- Lf J ry 0{ tlle Mississippi County finding board. Tuberculosis Association told mem- In effect when the convention opens Oct. 31, it will make difficult Murray's job 4 of holding his forces in Hue. I/eft wing unions, spearheaded by the leaders of the United Electrical Workers, already are snapping at Mm ray's heels They rebuke him for agreeing to drop His demand for a ' "i romid postwai wage increase, »mmen' ' ' "" ••---• finding board. Discipline in Ranks CIO 1'roblem Keeping discipline In the ranks— of both the steelwoi-kers and the CIO^-wlll be one of Murray's hardest tasks at the convention if the strike is still on. His fight for free pensions and insurance with steel employers is only hiilf his battle, It will become increasingly : hard to keep in line the half million CIO- . __._ _ „„,„ „„„.,. „„,„_ Steelworkers who walked out Oct. 1, today by volunteer associations in and the other half million poised to helping light the dread disease Mrs. Redman pointed out that ...-- T .., 0 uu!lt^> .-Ulllr- ,11 >4»- t, T -H-lI preaching weeks. But a settlement strike would, bring mem- beis of the Blytheville Kiwanis Club that "96 per cent of the tuberculosis patients treated In the United States today cannot afford to pay for their' cere and the burden 'therefore falls on the taxpayer" Mis. Redman addressed 'members of the Kiwanis Club at their weekly dinner-meeting' in Hotel Noble yesterday noon on the work being done statistics show that an average of 140 persons tile every day'in the United states from tuberculosis and slriRe would, bring a Hash o! that the nation's tuberculosis death achievement to Murray. It would be toll last year was more than 46,04. n bte heln if hn could pet it before Tiv r.nnv, nA <i.... ...m. i i^,,_ of the steel a flash of . a big help if he could get it before the convention opens, It would be a still bigger lift if lie could sign up with the steel industry before the OIO vice presidents and .'executive board meet in Cleveland: storting Oct. 24. That's when the real behind-the-scenes fight with the left-wing rebels will take "pi ace. Murray on a Tough Spot The steel companies are. well aware of the spot Murray is in. So is Cyrus 3. Ching, head of the government's conciliation sei vice mens conciiaion sei vice t~i~" I' one big company signs up It ^ tate supie piobsbly mil break the ice That's thrown out why it 15 Important to watch what ollv <* Twi: haopens in talks between Ching and of Venice" Bethlehem Steel Co , Jones and Laughlin Steel Co., and some of the other steel makers w r ho aren't quite as large as VS. Steel. The latter appears determined not to lead the way up ny new pension paths. U.S. Steel and many others have to think of John L. Lewis, too. They have coal holdings which Lewis' ml- 1 ners dig for them. Their mines are shut down in the other big nationwide strike. Lewis is another harrassing influence for Murray. Some government experts think Lewis might reach an agreement ending the coal strike at at time when it would be most embarrassing to Murray — his ono time 4 lieutenant but present-day rival. "That might be during the. CIO convention. Lewis was exhibiting a desire to get down to earnest "negotiations at White Sulphur Springs,' W. Va., this Week .after a summer of dwdling by :both sides. Their contract ran out June 30. DP Chairman Named LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 13—(JP)— Rev. Anthony Lachowksy of Conway has been appointed chairman of » displaced persons committee to supervise placement of families from war torn Europe who are in Arkansas. His appointment was announced yesterday by Governor McMath. Only two legs of lamb are tained from each animal. TOMAKI COOD COFFEE! In connection with her talk, a tuberculosis film "You Too Can Help" was shown. Guests - at yesterday's meeting were Harry Minton of Osceol a - and Bill Walpole. George Clark was Inducted as a new member. Judge Declares He'll Not Suppress Literature fAKg.r COOTIEB King Brothers Circus Booked £^' s £^ m *£ r ni j» •!! ** • f * ~ On MoPac Strike End For Blytheville on October 26 King Brother* Combined Sho»s will be In Blytheville October 2« for afternoon and night performances, it wu; disclosed to- The circus Is being moved by convoy. Seating capacity for 5,000 spectators Is provided under the big '"" tages and 1 d?y by advance agents for the cir- ,cus after preliminary arrangements had been made for the showing!, here Performances will be given at 2 P m and again at 8 p m The circus ullh its 150 performers is moving westward after a tour of Eastern cities during the spring and summer. Traveling with the combined shows this season are 600 persons, an elephant herd, and 12 menagerie NEW YORK, Oct 13— </T)— A state supiemc comt justice has suit seeking to have ist" and the "Merchant banned from New yorlc City public schools. The suit, brought by a taxpajer, Murray B Rosenberg, of Brooklyn, charged that the Chailes Dickens book and the Shakespeare play engendered "hatred of the Jews" and were "anti-religious." Justice J. Di Glovanna, In dismissing the suit, said. "Public education and instruction. in the home will remove religious arid racial intolerance more effective than censorship and suppression of literary works " i Every Bite Means Taste Delight SLICED BACON asl for rt at your dealers MIMMHS PACKIMC CO: DANCE Friday Night, Sept. 30 Music by TED FJSHER and His Orchestra at the TWIN GABLES CLUB 905 No. 6th St. For Reservations Phone 3984 . with DEUCIOUS BUY A BIG BAGFUL TODAY I -inimals and hbrsesV The circus re- turned'this year from' ( five-year tour of countries In South America top. • -t-. w*n * *tiB-> ^iiu avngcs Hlin ItlC hippodrome track will be used by the ISO performers In (heir icts of daring and skill. Joe Mix, hero of more than one hundred movies with a congress of rough riders, cowboys and cowgirls Indians and Cossacks, promises to mnke the old,West live again. The famous cinema star will be seen on Rowdy his prize mount. TwoiChildren Crushed To Death Under Piano CORTLAND, RY, Oct 13-</IV- Doug Slebblns, 4, and his brolhw «oy, 3, were crushed to death jps- terday <u,en an upright piano their mother was moung toppled otcr The children had been playing n (he living room floor in inch drev mile v ors to..i»lp~iier"r1ght' he boss were pronounced ' dead 11 arrival at a hospital. tebbins, ran a quarter of a before she v found two neigh- PAGE THREE WASHINGTON, Oct. 13. (AP)'— Goy. Sidney McMath of 'Arkansas told President Truman yesterday he liopes for sctlement of the Missouri Pacific Railroad strike "withlrr'the next few days." . „,.-.. . McMath Informed reporters afterwards., thai the negotiators.- are "making progress." " :.„"''".'.. He *aid the strike h»s hit Ark- sax harder than any-other state and that governors of the arias are doing everything they can to get a settlement. <. \ ...'; ' He said he did not 'ask any new move by .the President. . ••-. • ••. for Quick Tasty Lunch OIANQI-C1UIH *MO HAM1U1GIU Here's a quick hearty lunch that m.iKea a iwell combination anj lime, anywhere. Hot, juicy liam- "nrKcrs a nd cool, re fresh ing Orange LKUSH «re wonderful for whether at school, at home, or at your favorite lunch counter. Serve Ornnge'-CIlUSH too, ae an in-)>elwe«n refresher. Orange- CKUSH goes good with pojicorn, poanuU, potato chip*, or any snack food. Alwaya & favorite with the tconslers, Oraiigu-CUUSH hits tho npot when the Saturday gang gathers before tho game or nflcr. You'll find that Orangc-CRIJSH is alwayn a wolcomo treat—it* Dntnral -"fresh fruit" flavor erW- " live™ your finest dinner or mooM casual refreshment snack. Look! for the flavor-guarding "krinkly'*! brown bottle. 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