The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1948 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 2, 1948
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1948 Strike Threats Fizzle in France Reds Bock Down At Schumon Continues War Against Inflation Editor's Note: Following is » dispatch by & vcievnn Unlled Press correspondent on [lie French labor- Inflation situation. ,t ,. * By Jra " "csaiHlt UnIt«J Press S(;lff ('nrrejjHjurtml PARIS, June a. I UP)— Communist, threats o! a general strike to nave started yesterday have fizzled completely, it generally «a s agreed today. ' Largest Airplane Hangar in the World Planned For South Dakota Field; Work Gets Under Way m,YTHKVIU,K (ARK.) COUKIKR NKWS U.S. Seeks Soviet Action On Proposal for Trieste WASHINGTON. Julie 2. I UP) — The UnlU'd Slulcs yrstmluy prod- riert Russia Hunln lo say wliat procedure- lh« Soviets will accept, ror considering the return of Triest* to Unly. A nole outlining Die flow Ainorl- e«n appeal for Soviet Hctlou »•»« delivered to I lip Soviet, It was signed by Secretary of stale PAGE NINC Geoi-Rt C, Mar.sliull and addrnucd I" aovlel Ambusandor Alexander S. Piinyuslikiii. Dr. W. F. BREWER DENTIST OFFICE limit W. MAIN ST. PHONE ana Blythevllle, Ark. (H V| The six-month! unofficial truce j By Dan Valentine NEA Special Correspondent WEAVER AIR FORCE BASE, S. D. (NBA)— The United States is octween Hie Communist-led French i building the "largest airplane hang- ^-^^^^n^oH"'.' ";<« """ " al " s - living by 20 „«•,•« H he fa led Air faree base " car Iia P ld Cll >'' 01H! s UJ- ^u jju Leiii. ii ne lauect. I , ..._ ,,„„ Korap ,„ ,,,. „,„ „,„„.,. was an immediate need for larger hungar.s lo liousc tlie B-Ms stationed here. Army engineers finally decided It would be more practical lo build •« liuse new hangar than attempt to 21 inches thick to support U« B- convert and expand tlie old haiiB- '23s. steam pipes will be laid lino are on the base. the floor for radiant healing, structure, which than .six stories feet wide atid 114 feet long. It will require more than 15.000 cubic yarrti of concrete—enough to build a four- lane highway IS miles lonn. Tha concrete on the hangar floor will be they announced, they would put forward immediate demands for an overall 20-|icr com wage increase for French workers and enforce their claims, i; necessary, with a general strike. If tlie imerviming half year. Schuman aryl Finance Minister Rene Mayer have -succeeded in halting inflation :iud stabilizing prices but not in driving them down the promised 20 per ceiu. But today it is evident tiiat the Commiuiisi-led i unions have backed down. I To Give Schum»n More Time It is indicated they will giv* of tlie key in the air force's strategic air command. When Weaver air base re-activai- ed on a full-time basis early In 1947 after a past-war lull, there Tlie new tower more will be large enoiiRh for six Super- Fortresses. It is beinR constructed on the deslRn o[ a monolithic arc", entirely of concrete and steel. The hangar will tower 95 (eel in the air at (lie center, will be 36« Director Calls B °y' 16 < Q"d Girl, TVA a 'Solid' 13 ' Die in Murder Peace Factor BRISTOL, Vn.. June 2. I UP) — .{ Pope told the Abingdon District : d " e . d: ." 1wl S' dld } l ^PI*"?' 1 : ! oi the Rural Lite Institute here that \ • Fhc ^ej 1 "* ° rice »sUd th. the development of natural resources in any country is a unifying influence among the peoples of the world. He pointed to the large number Schuman indefinite additional time I James P. Pope, director of the Ten- to continue hacking away at prices j iiessee Valley Authority, -said J'es- without calling a general strike. | tcrday that TVA's Influetice toward Only recently Mayer btutilly told 1 development of national resources representatives of the Communist- i'" foreign countries is a "solid fnc- controlled General Confederation of I tor" for peace in the world. Labor that a general 20 per cent wage increase \vajs impossible. He laid the government's policy was directed primarily to a. fuvther driving down of prices, particularly on foodstuffs and other essentials. The CGT replied with charge* that the Schuman government favors big capitalists, and the political Bureau of the Communist Party last Thursduy pledged to support, the unioiu in their fight for higher wages. The Communisus, however, have made no new threat of immediate strike action. Their position already had been •weakened earlier in the week when the Christian Federation of Labor Unions and tlie New Roekrs Force Movement, which between them control about 2,000,000 workers, announced they would Join forces and fight for lower prices rather than And Suicide Case LIVINGSTON, T«mi., June 2.— (UPI—Simple fimcrnl service* were held at tlie- little Bethel church near here today for 13-ycar-olcl Prances Reece, nnd just, as simple ones are planned for tomorrow at Cedar Grove Community lor Edward Burgess., 15, Meanwhile, tlie whole area von- ie case a murder and a suicide. Young Burgess, the official report read, killed his sweetheart Monday afternoon with a 12-guage shotgun and then turned the weapon on himself. Why it happened except The doors of Hie hangar will be 40 feel high, and special cranes will be Installed lo permit Ihe shift- Ing of the big planer once (hey are I in the building. Base oiMclRla iRy thftt the hang- nr will be able lo handle easily the larger B-36.S us well sis the H-29fi. Senate Okays Bid Giving Three U.S. Agencies Power To Fire Disloyal Workers WASHINGTON, June I. (UP) — The Senate yesterday nass.ert and sent to the House a bill to permit the mined services. Stole De- pnrtmenl and Atomic energy Commission to fire'"disloyal or indiscreet" civilian employes. The head of those agencies could suspend nncl employe wlien It was "deemed necessary In the Interest of iiRilonal security." After a review of the case, the employe could be fiied. The Atomic Commission ahcndy had broad firinB powers, but the other agencies have only temporary authority. o; foreign visitors to TVA installa- that "they might have had a ciiiar- The JSaz-loot tions annually, to get ideas from ! rcU" . i Gila river between Buckeye and wider use of their own resources. There was no note, nothing to span across the n B Oila Bend l> the longest bddgt In "This movement toward the de- give the slightest clue to the "why" I Arizona, velopmcnt of their own natural i°f the cose. Deputy Sheriff Claude • :— !NOW!~ higher wages. They said a general wage strike could only hurt the workers by driving the cost of living still higher. , Truman Foe to Speak In Two Arkansas Counties resources by the nations is a solid factor for peace in the world," Pope said. "H weizhs heavily for peace in the precarious international balance." The TVA director said that TVA's biggest contribution to the Tennessee Valley Li its approach to the region's development. LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 1. (UP)—A prominent leader of the Southern Democrats opposing resident, Truman's civil rights legislation will fill two speaking engagements In Arkansas this week He is Dr. Lycurgus Spinks of Jackson, Mtss., His Arkansas ap- pearencea ar* being sponsored by the Arkansas Free Enterprise Association, 'Dr. Spinks will address groups in Malvern today and in Hot Spr- Inps tomorrow night. Traveling Light Hartiman to Set Up EC A Headquarters in Paris NEW YORK, June 2. (UP)— W. Averell Harriman, ambassador- at-large left on a (light 19 Paris today where he will establish head- quartefs. for the Economic Cooperation Administration. Harriman said that alter a short stny in Paris he will make a tour of the remaining 15 nations included in (he Marshal) Plan. He said the first part or tlie tour will take him to Italy, the Western zone of Germany and Greece. "We contemplate a four-year program In Europe." Harriman said. "Over a four year period. Europe should be on a self-sustaining basts." Roberts said. Young Burgess and Miss Recce met about a year and a half ago j when the Reece family moved to •• the isolated Cedar Grove Community from the nearby Timothy Community shortly afler Mrs Reece died. •"> Galewood Grocery *>..•> ' _ . ™ Store Line Phone 975 GAS GAS Reg., Gal. Ethyl, Gal. 20k 22k Whiskies 1-2 Pt. Pt. 5th Segram"7" 1.35 2.65 4.15 Calvert 1.35 2.65 4.15 Bonds ..2.25 4.35 6.90 Cagarcrs Ctn.—1.55 STUDEBAKER ... j Originated th* "New Look" i* Mo«of. Can! * => V • First In Style! • First In Vision? • First by far with a Post War Car! Guaranteed Used Car* and Trucks See Chamblin Sales Co. tot Compf*** Strvk*/ CHAMBLIN SALES CO. "Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer" R.R. & Ash Sts. Phone 2195 Tolerance Exemplified LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 1. (UP)—A. V. Alexander said yesterday the secret of his 71 years of happy married life is the ability to "tolerate and even compliment" women's hats. He Is 93 years old. : at FOUNTAINS i Everywhere! i. V,. 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