The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1949 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 1, 1949
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ^TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1*49 Pension Issue Holds Spotlight Fact-Finding Board DI'KUMM Major Point* in Dispute WASHINGTON, Nov. 1—</P)— The head of President Truman's f»ct-*indln» board ip the steel dispute Mid yeslerdny "adequacy" of pension* Is the big issue—not how they are financed. Prol Carroll R. Daughterly proposed In an interview published tn the weekly magazine, u. S. News <fc World Report, that « study be made to determine whether the Industry ilone oc both workers and companies should be required to pay a. pension fund. Daujherty declared "there Is nothing sacrosanct" In the board's use of the words "contributory" ind '.'non-contributory." He. said • > settlement of the 31-day-old steel strike might lie arranged on the basis of an agreement to put. a social Insurance program Into effect st once, with the hotly disputed pension issue'to be left to further study. The strike stemmed from the CIO -steelwork Insistence and the industry's refusal to put Into effect the. 10-cent-an-hqiir, company paid Insurance-pension system as recommended by the fact-finding pan- Of-the 10-cent package, six cents would go toward financing a pension system and tour cents to pay for a social 'insurance program to cover such things as sickness and rjspitalization benefits. ' The Industry has agreed to make the payments but Insists that the workers also should make some contribution. 1 D»ugherty proposed In the mag- «lne Interview "that both sides agret now 'to a joint study of pensions, with ho advance commitment by either side. Search for Ike's Negro Handyman Ends In Chicago OHICAGO. Nor. 1. (API — Gen. Dwight D. -Eisenhower's search for hill- wtrtlme personal table -waiter »nd handyman Is at ah end. The fonner ^soldier who General Eisenhower called hij "right hand" .during the European military cam- Ptign* If Henry Clay Williams, 41- Te fff-°W Negro, now employed us a clerk at the Chicago post office. ; Th« March for Williams begun »ever»l, weeks «go, shortly after General Eisenhower mailed out au- to«r»plied copie* of his book, !'Crusade,in Europe." The mailing list included. Williams and other members 'of the .General's personal staff. •• William* 1 " _copy of the book was mailed to Dallas/Tex.; where he en- Iist*l'-.But''Williams had left Dallas and the book was returned. Oenert! Eisenhower, now president^ Columbia. University, then •*ked } his aide, Maj. Robert L. Bchulti,- to .t«ie up the search. Major 'Schulli wrote "the National Association of Combat UnlU In Washington. News of the request narrowed the •eafch to Chicago through a friend of,Williams In Dallas, and Williams WM found Saturday night at work in the port office. S*id Williams: "General Eisenhower U about the most perfect man I'T» «ver known-r«ven tempered and eonnderite." . COZY KITTENS—Snug »s can be in their home in a hollow tree are these three little kittens at EfTmgham, III. The kittens have another home in a boiler room at the county jail, and their Mom makes regular trips carrying them back and forth. They spend the night in the jqil, then Mom carries them out, climbs the tree with a. kitten in her mculh and one by one deposits them in their - • tree "sun room. 1 ' Glides About on Skates 15-Month-Old Baby SYRACUSE, N.Y., Nov.. I, (/T)— Mrs. Michael Gnluccl, Sr., put roller skates on her 15-month-old son a few days ago "for a gag." The "gag" backfired. Mike calmly balanced himself and look off. Now, says Mrs. Galucci, her kitchen has become a dangerous place "with Make zooming in and out at an age when ninny babies are Just creeping or toddling," . Mike, who bcfnn walking at 10 months, skates a round the house with his sister, Michelle, who Is four and a half. He also tap dances with her. Four ,Ybung Airmen Killed In Collision SAN ANTONIO. Texas, .Oct. 31— (/P>— Four flyers from Randolph Air Force Base were killed in a spcc^ tacular midair collision yesterday. Their charred bodies, burned beyond recognition, were taken.from the hulls of two training planes. The planes crashed to the AEA Changes Meeting From November to March LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 1. M')—The Arkansas Education Association has changed the date, of its nnnunl meeting from November to March. Hoyt pyle.iAEA executive secretary, said ysterday the annual meeting will be held here next March 29-31. The organization with a membership of approximately 10.000 teachers traditionally has held Us annual nicelings In November, but the spring date was approved by a mall ballot, Pyle said. "In place of the November meeting, we will have 18 district sessions," he added. "Nearly all our members can attend them where usually only 3,000 to 4,000 attend the annual meeting." ground on the J. H. Harper farm, seven miles southeast of Bayers. The scene Is near the Atklns- Elmendorr road and Is about 10 trillrrs southeast of Randolph Field nnd to the east of Brooks A.F.B Names of the four victims were not immediately available. The Bahama Islands have a pop- tjlaUon of about 80,000. SOUNDS OFF-Ma].-Gen. Ell»rd A. Walsh, above, president ft th« National Guard Association, charge* that the Air Fore* --«lrt«dy deep in a row with th« PUry over unification—Is trying to ibtorb th« Air National Guard and reduce it to » "purely l»««rv« force." He named the tecretary of the Air Force and tap-r»nWnf o!Hc«r« as among mot*, trying to tamp«t with the Air Guard. You Con T«ll th« Difftrtnct in Good Shoe Repair SWEEP CLEAN WITH... 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Lyons, Itineran Crnysvillc, Ala., minister; riichar Lollar, identified by state officials ns Cyclops of AdnmsvUlc, Ala, Ku Klu.v Klan, anct A. B. Cnrradlnc Conviction of flogging while mnskcd carriers a penalty of one to 10 years imprisonment. Coleman A. (Brownie) Lollar, brother of "Uchnrcl Lollar, was acquitted of flogging while masked charges last week. He still faces similar charges In four other cases. Vovy to Take 31 Warships Out of fiction WASHINGTON, Nov. I. Wj—The Wavy Is folng to lay up 31 war- hips and 42 other vessels, to keep within the reduced sums ft will n»v«. to spend. The "mothballing" program, «n- lounced Sunday nieht, Is part of he effort to hold the total spend- rig on the armed services to $13,300,000.000 In the fiscal year which >eglns next July I. That sum ccm- >ares with IIS,585,883,498 voted by Congress. By next July the Navy expects to have 237 combat vessels In operation as compared with 2« ™ September 1. 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