The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1948 · Page 11
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THtJUSDAY, MARCH 88, 1941 BLITHE V1LLH (ARK.)' COURIER IfBWI PACT KLJOTK Coal Strike May Force Power Cut Renewal of Wartime 'Brownout' Seen if Walkout Not Stilled »y Chirl« H. Herrold Unit** Frew SUIf Corrnpandnt WASHINGTON, M&rch 25, <UP> -A prolonged co«l strike m»y force Lhe nation to adopt • modified mslon of the »'arlim» electricity •brownout," the Federal Power Commission said today. A spokesman said the commb- i!ac IB "studying available data" o'.^oal .stocks held by electric power companies 'to determine when tmergency st«ps may be necessary. ' "If the strike continues," he said. "we will have to do like we dirt last time." The Federal Power Commission luthoriied state public utility commissions to order "brownouts" during the 5»-day coal strike in 1946. The new "brownout." if it comes, would Involve limiting the number of hours power may be used for commercial purposes, and perhaps tutting out, some street lights. Tlie National Association of Electric Companies said some small concerns may be forced to curtail their output very soon because of a shortage of coal. The association said, however, that' most companies probably will be able to hold out for another two weeks. ' To Use Taft-Hariley Act The government's chief weapon In the ll-day-o!d soft coal walkout is a Tail-Hartley law injunction. President Truman's three - man board of inquiry will begin studying the issues in the pension dispute lomorrow and will report to the White House by April 5. If the strike has not ended that time, the government can seefc. an immediate injunction to force John L. Lewis' 400.000 miners back to work. However. Lewis may seek to fight the injunction in court.. Thin could stretch the strike well beyond April 5, In an attempt to offset the effects of the strike, the government already has ordered 25 per cent cl^^cles in railroad passenger and [tflffhL service using coal-burning engines. And it has banned coal exports to Europe. The freight reduction was announced by the Interstate Commerce commission last night. It becomes effective next Tuesday mid- riight and will continue for Dining Lodge for Methodist Church Sen. Bridges Hits Diplomacy Toward Russia WASHINGTON, Mar. 25. (UP) — A Senit« Republican leader yesterday nharply crltlclwd both R*mih- llcans and Democrat* for "soap bubble diplomacy" to»»rd Russia. Sen. styles Brkiges of N<v Hampshire said the united Stales' pwt- war foreign policy has been "Indecisive and VAccilallng" and now threatens the nation's military se- First of the buildings proposed for construction at the newly acquired iM-acre tile for « Methodist Youth Camp at Wayland Springs, near Imboden, is shown above. It is a dining hall lo be erected of stone and concrete at a cost of approximately tJ.OOO. The camp will be under the con* trol of a board of trustees and will serve tile Jonesboro, Paragould and Batesville districts of the Methodist Church, A financial drive ii under way to obtain $20.000 to complete the camp and plans for. three encampments by district youth roups have been made. The first camp will open .July 5 nd continue through the 16th and will be for young people of the church in the Bate.sville District. The second session for youth In Ins Paragotild District will be July 1930, »nrt the third, for the Jonesboro district, August 4-H. The campers for the first periods will be housed In tents, but electric and water facilities are expected to be ready by that time and an access ro?jd constructed from the highway to the camp site. Forty acres were donated by Sloan Rainwater of Imboden for the camp site and an additional 100 acres was purchased to permit planning for a larger project. curtly. In a full dress foreign policy speech delivered on the Senate floor the New called for 17-polnt program of military »nd economic mobilization to meet what he described as a Soviet world "conspiracy." Few Alternatives In Aid to Europe Dakoton Say« U.S. Must Approve ERP Or Fight Russians WASHINGTON, March «. (UP) —Rep. Karl E. Mundt. R., S. D., «ald yesterday the nlicriifttivri lo the European recovery program are to declare war on Uuuln or withdraw •upport«r«," ffi. J«m«i r, Richard*, D,, ft. O., ••let Spuln could iet BRP benefit* if the agreed lo accept th« prtn- cjplm ei lh« program. w would fly te<l»jr v> hli hom», B Jorado, Ark,, to remain through Sunday. Congressman to Fly Home for Brief Visit WASHINGTON, M«r, Rep. den Harrin, D., M, (UP) — Ark., Ml<t tnllrply from F.mope. Both couisrs, he said, are futile. Mundt S(wke as Ihe liousn debal- Hampshlre Republican | rd the K,205,000,000 "single pack- Immediate adoption of ag«" foreign iiid bill. The measure Include* t5.300.000,000 for the European recovery program. "As [ se« li, the recovery program is one aspect of what can bf> U. S. Air Force Again Seeking Unmarried Men WASHINGTON, March 35. (UP) —The Air Force announced today has resumed unlimited recruiting of unmarried men. The Air Force stopped enliKtmenta at the end of February when its enlisted strength approached the 3)2,(00-man ' ceiling recommended in President Truman's fiscal 19*J9 budget (o Congress. i The fiscal 1948 budiet provided for a 337,000-man celling. The Air Force said it now plans to use this authorisation to build up iU ranks againsi anticipated separations. Other sources said the Air Force WRS acting in anticipation of 'expansion from a M to a 70-group Air Force under a proposed major ex 7 panslon In the defense budget. This expansion, if approved by Congress, would raise the strength of the Ail- Force to .101.000 men. The air force said married tnen will b« accepted if.they quality for assignment in the upper three grades or If they are Air Force veterans re-enlisting within 90 days of discharge. The Air Force still is demanding an Intelligence test score of W and high physical qualifications. Tennessee Bank Robbers Get Long Prison Terms month unle-ss otherwise ordered oy the commission. The cutback will save an estimated 35.000 tons of coal a day. according to the Asso- one i ciation of American Railroads, NASHVILLK. Te,m., Mar. 25.— (UP)— Two hank robbers .and their woman companion knew loclay that justice could move swiftly. Trie three pleaded guilty yesterday and were sentenced only eight days alter the Bank of Goodlettsville, U miles north of here, was held up and robber of more than $7.000. 'Hie two men. Andrew Motes and Charles Craig, both of Flint, Mich., each received prison and workhouse sentences totalling 71 years, plus a $50 fine, on charges BrldRos Is chairman of Senate Appropriations Committee. His program included Immediate, registration of all conimunisU In the United States; ousting on orders of the FBI of federal officials wlio »re bad security risks: fortification of American overseas bases; mobilization of manpower to the full authorized military strength, and an Increase in ground, sea and air forces. Bridges dcclnred that former Secretaries of Slate Cordell Hull, Edward Sletllnlus and James P. Byrnes "fnlled dismally" In meeting (he challenge of Russian political aggression. Bridges delivered Ills criticism amid Indications of new changes In American foreign policy. Many dramatic revisions, In some cases reversal and abandonment of previous American stands, have been made. Secretary of stale George O. Marshall was called before a closed session of Hie Senate Foreign Relations to explain the recent changes nnd the present slate of the; world. , ' Bridges urged that U. S. x recov-' ery am be confined to those nations who "Publicly align themselves with the United Stales," and that thai aid Include weapons for those opposing aggression. . rome « coherent and comprehensive lorclRii policy," Mundt snld. Muiull said, however. Hint only If it is accompanied by "collateral action" can the program succeed Jn stemming Communism and keeping Ihe pence. Mundl demanded that the government halt .shipments ot war material to Russia and restrict visas lor iliis-slan citizens to tlie number allowed by Russia lo Americans. "The President nnd Ihe secretary of .slate have been talking toiipli lo Congress," Mundt said, "but, they persist. In a pansy-like altitude in their Internationa', dealings." Rep. Alvin E. O'Konski. n., WIs . said he would offer an amendment to make Spiiin eligible for assistance under ERP. Rep. E. E, Cox, D., Oa., said !ie would support O'Konski's proposal, He said Spain had not been Included "as a concession by the ndmln- islrntion to Henry. Wallace and his PILES TROUBLE? or Quick Relief noN-r nr.i.AY ANT T.o>,r.Emi N... . tlortciri roJtmilft you TAM \i\* at hem* Im r.ll.v. ,UM,,,.1,1, rtl.romforl ,<£"„_ llch— Irtlutlot, rtu. !„ p[|.,, T>n V, fV.",. n .nil .htlliK •••Ulni. IJu ll,u .mv» nelnr. lormllU. Tnu'll >• ImiiM it II. <1y «rHor\ rellil. Aik your Aruitl»t or Thornton A Minn,'. n»e,.| "r!" r Burpoiltorlex. Follow lih»l | n . a., I'M M!> n .n Aru, MMM. "A«y fo of bank robbery and car theft and two charges of assault. The woman, Geraldlne Moriselli. Detroit, was sentenced to one-to- ive years In prison as an accessory. She admitted "casing" the >ank for the robbery. 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