The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1947 · Page 7
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HONDAV, NOVEMBER 24, 1947 Strikers 10 Close Largest Land-Based Airplane All French Ports Built io Carry 400 ' is Tested _BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.^COUniEU NEWS Situation is Tense As Premier Schuman Succeeds Ramadier PARIS, Nov. 24. <up) — The Communist - dominated General Confederation of Labor started closing all French ports today and postofflc« workers in. Paris struck. PllliiK new complications on the seemingly unsurmomUablc difficulties confront the new premier nnd his government. More than ;,OOO.H>r) workers wore striking as Hie new government scheduled an emergency nice-tin^, even before it was confirmed by the National Assembly. PoMoffice workers voted by a narrow margin to strike. The main postofflce was closed and occupied by strikers. Railroad officials estimated that a trainmen's strike had halter! more than 80 per cent of long distance traffic. Traffic was reported normal at the Garc de L'est and Oare St. Lazare stations in Paris, but at big Oare du Nord, police chased pickets off and took over the station. Because the rail strike tied up commuter trains, hundreds of thousands who work in Paris had to hitch rides, bicycle to work or stay at home. Ai Le Harve 5 000 dock workers struck nnd government authorities said Die;- would • ssure the unloading of food and perishable goods. Dock workers at Bordeaux and La Rochelle did not report for work. At Bordeaux, they threw picket lines alons Ihe waterfront. ^ SAN HIEOO. Cut., Nov. 21 lUPi— ,l>;in Amcrlrn.il nil- lilies us "tlir glnitt llie (treat \C-!)!>. l:irsrsl. Intul-biiM-tl airliner of the future." However the airplane in i! u > world, wss pro- i airlines' option for a civilian version noum-fd u surccs* today uftcr its ; of Ihc vrufl was never lakm up nnd One Killed, Many c «"k Knsthr Hurt in Accidents N/ "°- Vc " f priso " Torm On State Roads 1^^^^^"^^ • I'onl.u iilufi, Mn., rc.iKleiil was PAGE 82VEM j wns cancelled. ! The plane look o!f «t 108 miles ; :in hour Inli) a M-inile wind. Rogers .said his top speed was '->M miles., but | he did not push the giant. The plane circled » -15-mllc area at 3.8CO lo -1.100 feet yesterday. The XC-9D Is smaller limn Howard Hushes' 200-ton plywood llyiuu first flight. Designed lo carry -100 soldiers, the stx-motercd. 200.000-pouiul giant I tcok Us maiden flight yesterday before 100,000 spectator;,. It was built lor the Army by Consolidated VultPi Aircrcut. Test pilot Russell Rogers, 41 in a blow approach over the city, land- ert (he (treat plane at Lindbergh , „ ..,,.,„ I-n-:d alter kocpinR it in the air (or \ boat, which left the water at Long im hour. ( Ueacli Nov. i an its first "flight." "It Hew better than I anticipate.! , flushes, in a surprise move, took and I hail no trouble." Rogers salri. 1 "if plane 71) feet off the water riur- "H flies better than n U-3li," said '. '"B ">xl tests. co-pilot Beryl Erleks.m. who le.st- j The whiKspread of Hughes' plane piloted the big sister ship ol Ihe i Is 320 Jcet, while the XC-flD's is I -'-*U feet. The flyinu bout carries It look 10 minules to turn off theiriuhl motors to tiic XC-OSi's six- is sis 3,000-horsepower engines. TlwIaiO feet long, compared with''the plane was publicized recently by I vc-99's 1S2- 1 -; feet. Elizabeth and Philip to Leave Romscy For Scotland Because of Big Crowds ROMSEY. Nov. 24. (UP)—Prln- service u cess Elizabeth and Prince Philip de- ' cushions cidetl to cut fhort their honeymoon at Broadlands cstal? and so to Scotland because of the crowds Unit have besieged this litilp town since ihcir arrival, it was reported today. They plan to leave for Scotland Thursday or Friday. Their original plans were lo stay at Hroacllands two weeks and ;U Birkhall. near Balmoral Castle. In Scotland, for (wo weeks more. Hut get ji they knelt on royal blue — beside their hl^h-backcd chairs. Souvenir hunters took away half of the Brondlanrts prayer books. Canon Corvan took his text from St. Paul's Kpisile to the Corinthmns: "All things which arc seen arc temporal. Things which are unseen are eternal." He did not refer «> the presence of Kli?abcth and Philip, imt after Marseille^ Pranc^ niaVp^' h£ \ ^'^^^r^va'cy''"'' ^'^^^S^ £,£ been tied up by a strike for nearly : Birkhall is more isolated. Romscy, , the royal couple to (heir automobile two weeks. , near Broadh nds, k only 73 miles | Last nisht. Laboritc Mayo , Rcfi =tiihu " J If | -°™ crt ! from London, a short train ride. | Byrne-, nt Romscy and his wife with Subway and bus fares in Paris Thousands of Britons took ndvan- (wo aldermen and their wIvpV Vk f'?'' C tod ff ° m IC ' n ' '° f ' Ve ' taRe ° f " ycsu ' rd3 - v to vlslt Romscy itcd Elizabeth and Philip SymeV c'ar" c a» d b,is ££" ";r & Bs r;: i SM,,TU^ ^Xe™^?. , s«; '"„• ™s 'rirt ;± rte j comiiiurmis claimed started lae' liasrc Thursday. I ., h ,rrv thev <Z, C d IIn because hi Marseille riots week before lust, i Canon \v. H. B. Corvan. vicar of is a teetotaler he the 300-year-old Roman built Rom-1 The Daily Mirror of London scy Abbey, put chairs in the aisles' - • •- winon to hold iui overflow audience of 2,000. Others were waiting outside and youngsters climbed upon tombstones to see Elizabeth and Philip. She wore i blue-green costume and he wore a gray lounge suit, Hymnbooks nnd prayer books stamped "Broadlands" were brought (By United Press) A series ol automobile accidents killed at mist one person and injured more than n dozen in Arkansas over the weekend. At Texarkana, police today are attempting to establish the Identity ol a while man, nbout 33 years uld. who died in « hospital yesterday ai- ler being hit by a car on Highway (57. Northeast of Texarhana. Miller County Sherlll \V. V. Duvis said the itnin suffered fnu-tures 01 boih legs, nrins. skull iinrt inti-niai injuries, no was believed ID hnvr been hUrli-hlklnc. Davis said Morn.; WhlUortli, Texiiikuna youth, was arrested at lliu scene anrt releas»rt under tl.OOO bond. Whltworth said the accident was unavoidable. At Newpoil William llvmni'lls 01 Eire, Pa., and Cecil O. Dixon ; Houston. Texas, remained in a ci'ii- ical condition today' following a head-on collision of thoir nutnino- bilcs on Highway 61 yesterday, ii.,,,- inond RuniH'lls, also of liru: and a cousin of William, suffered a dislocated shoulder. E'.-sle \V. Standildce .45, of Noiih Litile Hock, and his wile, remain in a Morrilton hospital today following an aci-liirm on Highway \t.' near Plumervllle. Ark. At Pine Dlult Jack I'eilcn an,I Pete Sweeney received lh;,t-ald after a (ruck driven by Pcdcn collided with an automobile driven t>v George S. Duncan, also of Pin.,- niuff. Two Harrison residents were injured, one seriously, when their car cverturiu'd tliroe limes on the WH pavement of llifftr.vity t!5, one-hall mile north of the Missouri-Arkansas state line. The injured included Mi-;s Edith Downs. 20, and Kirby Hudson, 24. And at KorrcsL City live Negroes were Injured when a car driven by Ranzy McPen of llelh ran into the rear of an v Arkansas Motor Coach bus on Highway 7 yesterday afternoon. t"d:iy alter KiM.-rn Arkulivi-; .111. I'.UM-lllc;: IllDVl'll to Ilillt cuttli. lust»!!;: in Iliat an-.i. Houston v.as sriiti'iiiTtl bv Juihie '/.:tl llnirison of tllylhevlll'e on a chaw nf .slcahm; » n.w and calf fi-Din Ci. K McCraiishcv of n,-ar I'rre. lloiiMon pleaded isullty. I'm- M-cutor Jamos i: Half said lie was al«o chaisc'd with slenhne ciutlc in all bin two ol Ihe counties In Ihe district. Protest Rote Increase EUHEKA Sl>HlN(.iS, Ark.. Nov. 24, i UP) — Jiesoluilons protesting HiL' iJioiiosed .Soiuhweaterii Bell 'ivli'iiliimc rule hike have ocrn passi-d by the city Hoard of Com. missions and tile Liirckn SpriiiKs C/hninber of Commerce The ICM- lulloiis protested the rule Increiuo and charged |xx>r service. Thf city iuis a dlnl teleplione I svsinn Mhlch conui'cts with itogcrs : lor most loiij! dlstiince service. On Trial in Lake City JONKSBORO, Ark,, NOV. 24 (DPI Hill clnncnl*. formci 1 Lake City constulile, went on trial at l.ako Robert Schuman. a Popular Republican who became premier on Saturday, completed his cabinet just before midnight. It hn.s not received a vote of confidence from the assembly, but Schuman was confident that it will when the vote Is taken tomorrow H s ordered » meeting today to consider the Fourth Republic's greatest- crisis. printcd n picture of Philip's left hand, showing what apuearcd to be a gold wedding rine on the little finger of his left hand, almost hidden by a signet ring. The Mirror reported that he glanced at the ring once or twice yesterdny while he and his wife were In church. Four principal causes of death among pneumonia patients are respiratory failure, congestive heart failure, shock, nnd coma. iraaiMc^ "'I'll' \\ from .stiliilcly Ihnsc HlyllicKillc ho\s Imnillc thiit foolhall I1UHHAUI) HA»!)\VAKK COMPANY is all- the last itof) . . . ttill f hitting! 7W£ SHM£ THAT STAYS because it hasp hard-wax finish! GRIFFIN ll.ml wjx means caiy ilioc oirc ... mnre llwe thint with Ini slioc jliiniiig. dull TIN AHC WAX SHOE POLISH lu.i the hif-hcr limit wax co!it*nl thin givei you ttjier, hrlsluer, lonKcr-lnuing ihincs. So use (iktrriN AIK: WAX SHOE I-OIISH for ilic HACK, BROWN, 1AH, OmoOD in rln •ciy.op C And for quick and toiy »hln*» u$* ' GRIFFIN LIQUID WAX , . use the regular printed forms battle kits guarded strategic po In Paris. Authorities were ready I with i carefully prepared securi- \ up the strikes. In this, he appar- ty plan, if the Communists start- ] ently had strong assemblv sun- uprising. They indignantly port. - " that- they planned one. of Uic Retired Professor/ In Campus Hold-Up, Dies ed an uprising. They indignantly port, in the vote of confidence denied that- they planned one. taken Saturday on Schuman. he fachuman's new cabinet contained received the support of all depu- ns Communists and he was expected , tics except the communists and to take strong measures to break I their sympathizers. VETERANS It is our purpose to U'nin men to become good mechanics or to prepare them for a business "of their own. We honestly believe that our facilities are the best in the South, for training men in-the following professions: BODY AND FENDER WORKER AUTOMOBILE PAINTER AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY SPECIALIZED AUTO MECHANICS Phone 36-7146, or write for free information about classes starting soon. Draughon's College of Mechanics, Inc. 2!44 Madison Avenue Mem phis, Tcnn. WEST POINT. Miss.. Nov '4 — <UP»—H. Mayo McKay. 52-year-old retired professor succumbed Sunday to wounds inflicted by a Negro youth who robued the campus cafe at Mississippi state College lajt week. -McKay was shot at clo«c raime when he entered the cafe unaware of the robbery. The Ncnro assailant, identified as 18-year-old Roosevcit McGec was known around the campus. He wore a nask on which were printed the words "The Ape." The cafe man! ager Wilbur Thompson recomizcd his voice. \ i Sheriff J. A. McKee of Oktibbcha County took immediate steps to bring a formal murder charge against the Negro. j Church Lays Cornerstone SEARCY, Ark., Nov. 24. (UP) — Construction was continuing today on an 580,000 Methodist educational i building here, following the laying of a cornerstone by Bishop Paul E. Martin of Little Rock yesterday. The building was started last Sum- j incr. Gets to the Job... and Gefs It Done! 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