The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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JUNE 14, Strike Averted Wag« Dispute Ended After Final Session U«tin S 42 Hours i Tenn - j ,i e ' hleat of S A 0p|)a8e at the vital oak 1^"" C Lal *>ralorl« s was dis- * J! Wllh the settlement month, 86 , Sp " te a(ter ne «'y f °«r months of negotiations. trover™'.if'" 1 iu the Ien8lll y co »- *rS I «"*»"»«>* averted * «™ ^ y exerdsi "K 'or the first . ,L. J ,, , Pm "fency powers under 'lTo .till ? arlley Act to ° bta "' » «H ,' '" Junc «°n to protect the national Interest. . ^f ree /" e " t °" (erlm ° f « "ew If? 4 .™ , Wa * '""'""need yesterday .„! * 42 - | ;o"r-tong session of fed*™1 C °" cill ,' alors and union and management representatives Cyriis a. Chlng. director a! the v. h mediation service, announced ' n Washington that the contract provides for a pay raise of approximately 15'i cents per hour "improved vacations and other terms of employment." His announcement was made simultaneous with a statement here r>y Clark E. Center, general supcr- Jntendent of (he Carbon and Carbide and chemical Co., and *nd Kenneth L. Scott, representing the AFL Atomic Trades and Labor Council. Many Concessions Made They revealed agreement on a contract which they hoped would Be the basis for a long term o[ harmonious company-union relations. . ." They said that both sides, "realizing their responsibility to the ration for the continuous opera- 11on of the laboratory, have had to »nake many concessions. . ." The union was asking a 26-cent hourly pay hike; the company, operating the laboratories for the government, had made a "final" offer oj 10 cents. Onion members must ratify the agreement, details of which were not disclosed. Officials said there Vas no doubt the workers would • ccept its terms. The federal mediation service first intervened in the contract dispute on Feb. 24. When no settlement was reached, the workers Toted to strike. On March 19 the government stepped in and obtained an 80-day no-strike Injunction under the Taft-Hartley Law, on the grounds that a walkout at the vital atomic laboratories would be against the national interest. ' Talks resumed, but when the 80- nay Injunction period was up on June 7, the dispute was still unsettled. The injunction was dissolved and the workers put themselves on 24-hour strike call. What Every Big Brother Dreams Of MlVl^Bl^i^BlMMK.<K_ - . ... BTrKKVn,T.g Grammar-Mangling Lucky Luciano Stages Formal Press Conference 'Quake Hits Italian Town FLORENCE, ITALY, June 14.-'UP)—One woman WHS killed, six other persons injured and thousands' made homeless yesterday when «n. earthquake struck Ban Sepolcro, 60 miles Southeast ROME. June 14. (UP)—Lucky Luciano, former New York vice j king, was launched on a new era of better relations with the Press Saturday under the guiding hand of a newly acquired press agent The press agent steered Luciano through his first formal press con! fereuce in the bar o[ a Rome Hotel. Dressed in soft gray tweeds. Luciano lounged in an overstuffed chair and sipped a glass of Vermouth. One of the first things the reporters asked him -was why lie called a press conference. "To straighten you guys out nn some things," Luciano shot back. The press agent nudged him. Luciano remembered then and smiled. i In general. Luciano insisted he • wasn't running any night clubs or : rackets in Italy, as reported He i said he only current business interest in Italy Wa5 a , )aslrv shop in Palermo, Sicily, but that he wns thinking over some propositions "about the movies." He denied also that he was associated in the Rome night club' business with Ralph Liguori, also' deported from the United States for racketeering along with Luciano Opening Guns In Tennessee Politics Silent NASHVIIAE, Tenn,, June U(VP>~ The tumult and the shout- ug of "formal" campaign openings s over and gone with one exception In Tennessee's political campaigns (oifay, and most of the candidates settled down In earnest lo the stonily grind of "speaking 1 n every county in the state." f The two men »t whom the other top Democratic Candidates »re pot- shoaing, u. S. Sen. Tom Stewart and Oov. Jim McCord, bognii (heir roniinl, official quests ror votes Saturday. The one exception is James N. Hnrdin. Hnrdtri won't oixn Ills campaign lor Democratic noniina- Right now I rtoni Intend to sny nothing nboul it ever." Askcrt ho\v he sjmit time In Italy he snlcl: "I go to the movies, r RO to (he restaurants. I go to a night, club- about once hi three months." Luciano was sent to prison a decade ago by the then Special Prosecutor Thomas E. Dewey. lie wns sentenced to 30 years but In 19(6 nfter servhjg nine ami n hulf .wars' Dcwcy, ns'governor of Now York pardoned him and lie was deported.' Gets Army Post 1 lesideut Truman has nominated leacy S Voorhees of Brooklyn, «• i., to b« assistant secretary of -he Army. Voorheej, a 57-year- year-old attorney, served „ , colonel in (lie judgt .dvocale general departm enldurinj World War tl. nn a .?. BO « rnm ' "»l» he spenk* ''town * Greeneville, his home Kitsl Tennessee was to be the _«"»^«—.a^^^^^^B, Supersonic Flight Of Soviet Fighter Plane Is Reported WASHINCriXH*. .hinell. (UP) -_ Aviation Week Hid s.lurd«y th»t • Russian DPS 94< fet fighter, bw- •do.1 0*rm»n d«.ign,, |,»d flown n ""« ground. for "*o«l Democratic c«ndld»te« tod.y. u. S H- D S* *• Kefauver, a «n«tori.l canrtU daU;, *a« to tour Hamilton Countr *!th his sound truck during the wrVrl Ul ™ ) fr lt ° V " " dl ° s(atl °" WOOD, Chattanooga, tonight. Jurlife John A. Mitchell,, another Senatorial candidate, was to lour Carter and Unlcol Counlles with speech*, scheduled for Roane Mountain, Kevin. ;ma th« rayon plant »t Bllzabelhton I., H ,, o. which orl«. x« i y d ' sc , los « d 'hat the American xs-l h»d exce«d«d sonle >p»ed, quoted report* from Ruulk to Ex,lion ** *>"«:« of lt« tnform*- It said n •*«ched a spe«| of T4* mo' "* ^ of lound '•» SS The nia((azi:i« published with IU •lory on this and other Soviet jet development. wlml it attcra ^ * authentic Illustration, of four " "^ntrr «i «>• toU* awtot M. .trcrmft nuU* it clear Rmd «* Uwu,, behind »f the V. 8. miroutt l*^t In the enxrlBMQ On* of the plctum w« of th« DfVMe. n »*C]L wine, . tmvtl neptbMk tUl surfuM Boood (• top of the fth^rtiher th«nto» bot torn u 1< cust^iMiy. ^T Another showed a four- Jet banker. It somewhat r«embl*d» Boeln* B-47 but doe« not h«vt Ow AJMT- !c«n bomber's sweptba<k win*. Refined Woman Sales minded. 35 to 50, K<M K character referenced, far permanent work. Hours convenient for women selected. «ri<o, Rive phone to Suite 225, Kallimore Hid*., Memphis, Terin. BREAKFAST at the PIG STAND! W« Now S«rv« Br.okfatr Daily From 7 to 11 The Rustic Inn T never knew the guy until wei were tried together" Luciano said I Asked if LlRuuri was his lieutenant' i as reported. Luciano said- "he ain't ' even a buck private of mine" I He denied he' was planning to I return to the United States "I'm staging right here," he said I I ain't returning to the states now' ! or no time." He denied he had been Jailed for three days of questioning about connections witii the "Siilian Mafia, the notorious "Black Hand" He Insisted, despite his deportation from Cuba, that he was there legally. "I had a passport and visa " he . , -," 1 wasn ' 1 '" no rackets." Askct the reason for his release during the war from the Penitentiary in New York, he said: "I got nothing' to sny about it. HE-IN VENTORY of here. 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