The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGB TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1954 HOLY LAND PANORAMA—This picture shows Christ preaching from a boat on the shores of Galilee and is but one of more than a hundred of the outstanding Biblical Incidents represented with moving figures depicting episodes in Christ's life, throughout the Holy Land Panorama which will open at 124-126 West Main Sunday. This exhibit, the largest of its kind built to scale model of Palestine, required some 12 years on the part of the Gauci brother:;. Joseph and Salvatore, to produce. This exhibit will bo open every day from 1 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 11 p.m. Admissions will be 25c lor children under 12, and 50c tor adults. The Courier News Is sponsoring the exhibit with all profits accruing to be turned over to a local charity. Guards Picket Penitentiary as MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. Wl-Off- duty guards picketed the Indiana State Prison early today in a protest »lmed at getting state officials to meet with their union repre- •entatlvei. The miamgnt shltt of guards •went to work In normal strength, but members of the outgoing shift formed picket lines soon after midnight. Merle Griffith, vice president of the International Guards Union, •aid the postmldnight demonstration MRS not ordered by the union, but he added, "The strike Is on." Griffith had said earlier he hnd telegraphed Oov. George M. Cralff statin? that n walkout might come at 7 a.m. today If the governor did not agree by that time to meet with union representatives. Griffith Indicated that a limited number of guards would b« left on duty to feed the 2,300 prisoners and to keep them under surveillance. The prison employs about 180 guards. National Guard units stood by in armories at Gary ready to move in any emergency, and other units at Valparaiso and Whiting were on a four-hour alert. State police also were ready to mass troopers at th. prison quickly If necessary. Gov. Craig said In response to the union's ultimatum : "We won't recognise the union now or at any time In the future, and we won't recognize anyone else who seeks to turn pcoplo against the government." "You can't strike nunlnsl the government, nnd Griffith might Indiana State Strike Begins just as well find out about it now," the governor added, Hugh P. O'Brien, chairman of the State Board of Corrcotlons, handed tho guards on the midnight shift cards stating, "I (Will) (will notl be loyal to the stale of Indiana." The quanta were fiskcd to check one answer and sign the cards. Two guards, John Krlng of Michigan, City and Henry Penrson ol Laporte, Ind., said they were fined on the spot for refusing to sign the cards. Griffith has been seeking n conference with O'Brien or the governor to discufls demands for n 40- hour week, higher pay, improvement of working conditions nnd reinstatement of four Hunvds fired previously. The union said the guiirds were fired for union activity. Latin reached Is height as a iungunKti between 80 B. C. and 17 A. D. WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. Co British Try New Escape System From Submarine GOSPORT. England Wl — The British Nnvy Is working on a new system of escape from crashed submarines—Just hold your breath, open a hatch and Jump out. Nnvy experts demonstratlnR the new system here say the oxygen Soviet Offers to India Stir West By EUGENE LEVIN NEW DELHI Ml — A sudden surge of Russian offers of technl- nil assistance to India to causing concern among American and British Interests here. The Russians have offered India cchnlcal help In building a fiteel )lant and In developing diamond nines. The Soviets also hope to give Indian aurlcuHure a lift with small farm tractors. Indian officials have raised the possibility ol lusslan automobiles being assem- lied or manufactured here, apparently with Soviet help. British business interests fore- C Russian competition. They had icped to build the steel mill. Amer- cun businessmen, especially those :onnected with automobile and ractor firms, also are anxious. It is understood that Moscow >roposed to make a loan to meet .he cost of installing and equipping the steel plant and that this loan would be repayable in Indian ru- )ee.-j at 2'/ 2 per cent Interest over l 10-year period. Western diplomats here sny India will probably accept. Authorities here refuse to disclose details of the offer. But It s generally believed the plant will cost the equivalent of 152 million dollars. This figure compares to .he more than ,180 million dollars n economic and technical assistance the United States has given India during the past three years, with another 80 millions expected In the current year. In a single project, therefore, Russia has effected the Impression It Is offering India more than half as much as the United States has given in four years. The fact American help has been In outright grants ana Kusslan aid is expected to be in interest-bearing masks used in normal escape apparatus hold hidden dangers. Some recent submarine disasters, they say, showed men died, from oxygen poisoning while trying to reach the surface. The new scheme followed a tip- off from the navy's "frogmen' divers. They pointed out that no man with air In his lungs could drown on his way to the surface from medium depths because pressure gradually forces the air out and makes It physically Impossible to breath In. loans has been lost on many In- Idlans. 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