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January 22, 1948

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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THURSnAV, JANUARY 22, 1948 BUTHEVIU.K (ARK.)' COUKIER NEWS PACK SEVENS Stalin's New Voice Makes Dire Prediction Concerning the Fate Of 'Imperialistic' United States By KO11KIIT MUSKL IJnlifii 1'ri'ss Sl:iff Correspondent LONDON, Jan. 22 <U.P.>—One of the high figures of the Soviet heirarchy warned the Uniiert Slates lust nisht that site WBS comllng kj'ig fate of Germany and japan by trying to "sturt A now imperialist The speech was mntte by Mikhail A. Suslov, one of the secretaries of (lie Communist Party. In a Soviel memorial function nl Moscow's Grand Opera House marking the 24th anniversary of Lenin's death. n:ullo Moscow, In reporting the speech, said that GeiieraUsstmo ,loscf Stalin was amone those present on the speaker's |il:lt- fnrni. This aiiparcntly was a hint tn let the world know that S(a- lin still was atlendinr lni|i(ir- lant Soviet functions. "The davoiiturist policy of Am- 4-H Clubs Plan Campaign for Fund for Camp A Dog's Best Friend Is o Dog About one of In the Unllcd I ni in every live persons 1 Aniline dyes. Ihose made of coal Vitamin C hoifis to hasten the. States lives on « u:. mnv HIT jinxliiiTit In more lluui hrnlinx ol wounds nnd builds resist. ' MOO iiilms. | nneo to nilcctlon. CAIUITHERSVII.^E, Mo, Jun. 22 A. H. Webb, Siecie. was . secretary of Southeast Mjssouri 4-H ( Club Hoard uf Directors tit a meel- j UiR oi t)ie board held in Poplar erica is fraught with great dan- I Bluff. John H. Wolper.s of Poplar ger." Moscow quoted Suslov as'BUiir ivas named president, and saying. ' Frank Paullns of ColdwaU'r was •'It, should have IKCII thought, named vice-president, (he downfall of Hitler would have The Board voted to start con- •nin loss of one ey« dow hot nt. down the field of vlsioo by 'on** liiilf, but by about on»-Jjlth. . RHVdlESOFREBSOn WRITE SOMETHING I Si MV AA-BUM, MA. ELLIS POOLE American imperialism and its younger brother, Great Britain, something. "But British and American imperialists are rushing to -share the 1 lam) localcd at the mouth or Lost same fate as Germany . . . the | Creek, known us Sanclcreon Point. " ' ' for this put pose. A $.'20,000 budget was .set up as a preliminary step to get n road built into the camp and n dining hail starlctE, which wilt be be^im EI.S soon as the weather will nrrmii. j Of this amount. Pcinlscot Coun'.v j he Board voted to start con- i action on a permanent 4-H Cluu When tins German shepherd dog was run over by a truck al Bollin* np'tills jpriiiK on Lake Wappa- field. Washington, D. C., the first to reach him was Nemo, a French poodle. Realizing another e:ir misht run over Hie injured doc. Nemo encouraged him (o get off the road. The poodle is pictured above gtinriting his dying frjcmt, aUowing not even the veterinarian to get close until Nemo's owner called him oft. Cai pello. It was stated that a Ifase had been secured on 200 acres ol rapacious imperialism ot America is striving for world domination, for enslavement ol all countries of "Our great Soviet power is standing in the vanguard of the anli- i inperialfst democratic camp. It stands on guard over the indepen- , Is pledged lo raise $2500. one-half peoples great -uicl .small.'-' ' "'- : " J "~ *—" ' "" J "" Kokoda Forges Ahead With 150-Mile Lead in Race With Diesel Towboot man- dence of defending the interests ol kind throughout the world. "At the head of this movement is the Communist Party, which opens the eyes oi the workers, showing Ihfct the Mavshall plan ^s a noo.se for the necks of the (Peoples of Europe." ^ The choice of Suslov for this significant sptwch was viewed as a. Soviet tribute to his rise In importance. Last year a sensation was caused when he appeared on the Kremlin wall ;ilonRT with members of the pnlitburo and marshals of the Ret! Army during the biff Reil Square para ilns. His charges have been voiced In the past by lesser functionaries, but none of his stature has been so oxUspoken. fc Pine Bluff Launches Negro Housing Project PINE BLUFF. Ark.. Jan. 22. <UP> ! —The City of Pine Bluff and th? Glenwood Development Company of North Little Rock have begun work on a joint $500.000 Negro housim; project near the A.M. and N. College for Negicies at Pine Bhtff. City Altorncy Jay Dickey said yesterday the project would contain 97 homes which will sell for less than SS.OM) each. The entire project will cover 18 acres. i of which is due April 1. and the remainder July 1. The ciimp will be for (tic use of 4-H club boi-s and girls of 13 Southeast. Missouri counties, as a summer encampment nnd vacation site, T.ud the County Extension Agents and other interested citizens of the nrca have perfected a corporation and are ready to proceed with the plans. Board members for Pemi.scoi Comity arc A. H. Webb and Mrs. Oma L. Smith. Arkansas War Hero Faces Morals Charge MOUNT HOLLY, N. J. (UPt—Ar- kansas Congressional Medal of Honor win tier James Hendrix of I.e- patito was being held in jail today al Burlington County. New Jersey on a statutory morals charge, He was being held without brut. awaiting action of a grand jury. The young Arkansas Master Rei geant won the nation's highest military awnrd for heroism in the bat- By William .1. ' >x ILfiiiteil Tress Staff Correspondent) MEMPHIS. Term., Jan. 'I'l. tUl'l —The Towboiit Kokoda steamed { .steadily up the Mississippi lodny porlimtly (o haul np on (he Kokorin which was forced to tic up 15 miles South of here to wall lor a heavy [og to lift, Late reports last nlRht placed and looked like a sure winner In I the KokocU some SO miles upstream her 1,051-mllc river race with the! tronble-besel rilcscl-uowcred Hel-- ena which labored along more than " 150 miles lo the rear. The Kokoda's lead was .so Rroal Dint it wits almost "m» nonlf /" by now In the race that was hai ^l as a modern .sequel lo the fa- ! from this old river port while the Helena was still 100 miles to the South. Officials of the Federal Bnrpe Lines, owner of both boats, agreed Unit the rnce wn.s pretty one-sided by now but pointed out (hat Ice between here nnd at. tcmis mous 1870 llirlllcr between ttie^ make rough going [or the Kokoda. Robt. E. Lec and the Natchez , Cnpt. Seaman ftsrced. "If the when lhc • *' cillie tie of the bulge—in connection \vitu nn incident 011 tlie day after Christinas 1914, when Honririx capLurcci Uvo enemy 88mm. gons and rescnni a fallen comrade under enemy fire. His 'wife and small child live at Lcpanto. He has been stationed at Port Dix, N. J., since June 19-37. he .said, two hOBu"ihoved"orf"on t'ii7 gruel- ! Mlwlssipp] will gorge, nnd that'll ins run from New Orleans last ^ ivc «« " clcnft fl ct)n " CR lo cul Thursday, the Kokotln surprised tlow » the letiti - rivcmiRii by keeping up a steady g churning pace to far outdistance University OT Arkansas the more modern Hrlena. dipt. Jim Scamnu of the Knkoda said he expected to reach St, Louis and end the race by Saturday nljjht or Sunday. Cairo, III., Is the insl contact point for the boats be- j twee n here and St. Louis. ; The race was coiiskici'cd a test ; of .steam power versus Diesel power as each or the t QwbnaUs pushed four barges loaded with 10,000 tons There arc nearly 100.000 garages, service stations, an dautomolive repair shops in the United Stales. of carpo. The KoKoria could thnnk her steady, untroubled pace for the wide lead. Twice the Helena was forced to stop for entwine repairs. and yesterday she got a dose of 1 another kind of trouble when one [ of her barges ran nroumt on ix is only i sandbar 128 miles south of Mcm- Atumn'i Plan New Chapter LITTLE ROCK, Ark,. Jan. 22. (UPl—A group of Little Rock University ol Arkansas alumni Is pUn- nln? to hold an organization dinner in mio>February, in an effort 10 establish the first capital dtj 1 alumni association chapter. Little Rock P.B.I, chief Dean R. Morley has been named to map plans for the organiznlton drive, SOME. G-OOO ADVICE —VOU A\_SO, PA WHAT IS IT \ THEV HAVE U WRVTTEM? AH.. DEAL AT POOLE MOTOR CO. POOLE MOTOR COMPANY OFFERS THE FINEST USED CARS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES*! • Late Models • Al! Makes VISIT OUR LOT IF YOU NEED A CLEAN USED CAR! POOLE MOTOR COMPANY ELLIS POOLE, Owner & Opera tor w South Highway 61 at Steele. MO. Phone Steele 49 Although night traffic one-fifth of that of daylicht. morn ' phi jr. than one-half of the fatal accidents i It took 10 hours to free the occur between dusk and rfnwn, 1 and the Helena lost a golden There Is None Better Than the Best Better CLEANING the Hudson Finish In 8 Hours For the Asking Better Alterations Better Dye Work Better Tailoring Better Hat Cleaning Who's jammin HUDSON CLEANER Blyfheville, Ark. TAILOR CLOTHIER Steele, Mo, 3 Unions Block Labor Peace—Refuse Wage Boost Already Accepted by 19 Other Railroad Unions! Tim Brother hood of Lncomolm; Kn?«i- nncrs, Ilrnthorliofiti of I.ocoruol i\'e l-'irr- men ntiii lOnjiinfinicn n rid l.hc Switchmen'? UtiiiMi of Nor ill Anicricsi, rnprt-sont \\v$, l^o.OOO niilroaiJ eniployn.s, IKIVC rrTiiMCfl to nccepl. the uflW of llnr HnJIrojuls nf n \vn»R iiurreti^e of l- r "Ji ci;nls FID hour. Tfiis is I \\v. sfinic increase: a\v;trdc<l 1,000,000 non-opernt,in(j employes Ity nn arhilralcun hoard in Heplembt-r, 19-17. This is tlic s;irnr: incrc.-i.so /icn-pled hy 17.1,000 conductors, Irrmimrn unit swilch- rticn hy npreomcnl on Nnvdinlicr II, 1S117. A^rccmonl-s have hcnn nuitte wit h T,175,000 employes, rcprc-srniod hy nine- Iccn uninn.i. HnL Mu-su Ilireo unions, representing only. 125,000 mc-n. nre Iryinf* tr> KCl more. They nro deniiindin^ K!SO IIKUIV new working rnlc.i not orni>rni:cd in 1 ho settlement with (lie conductors nnd I rain- men. Tneident.nHi', the SwitrhnuMi's Union of North America represents only nhont 7 per cent- of nj]^ niilrnrHl s\\ II rfnnrn. I he otlierOJi per cc-Tit hrinp represented hy the Hrolherhr>orl of Itnilroiu! Tr;iinmrn nnd covered hy the seUlonioiit wit h that union. Strike Threat Thft leaders of tho-^e three unions unread n nLrikc liallol while negotiations wore .still in progre-ia. This is nut n set-rot vote hut is taken t>y union Ion dors nnd voles Are signed hy the employes in the prtwnce of union reprc.sonlHt.ivr-.s. When direct nr^olin lions faili-d. I he Icndchs of these three unions nTuM-d in join tlio rnilro.iits in asking the National Mcdintion Honrd to .itlenipl to settle the dispute, hut tlie Hoard took .jurisdiction at. the request of the carrier* nnd li;ia heon earnestly iiLLcmptinK since November '.M, 1£M7, to bring nhout n .sot.Hemenl. The, Ronrcl on January tf>, I!»H, finnn\inrcd iU inability lo reach a medi.ilion settlement. The leaders of the unions rejrc-trd the roffuesl of the Mcdintion finard to Arbitrate. The rnilrondfl n<:cepto<i. What AW? The Unions having refused to Arbitrate, (he Itailwiiy l.;ib..r Art provider for the ;iiifHjin1 Micnl nf ft faeL-friifiinj- hruird hy HIM IVi'Hident. Thf rjiil rniiils feel it- is rl lit- shippers. p;[Ssriij;f-r::. einnlfiyes. .stock holders, mid Hie ^cncTiil public If) know I kit throu^li- out lln-si' ni-i;nt J;il LOJIM anri in nu'dirtlioii, they hnv»r MM! only oxrrtcrf every eltort l-» ri'Jic'lt r < f.'iir ;i ml ren.-nnahfr 1 -st-Lt lenii-nl, fnit I hey h;ive nl^o mc-f everv reiguirrmoyl of Ifio (tiiilw;iy Ljilmr Act rc.«pi'ctinj; the TH-^oJiirMoti. rnediiition, mid arbitration of tabor diHpu fe.s. ]|><'L-iiiM]ntliinkidiEelli;i41 FH-M- Iliree unions, fcivrcsrnlinn Ir.ss lUnn 10 pvr rent ot nilin.ul rin[>lri)cs, anil llinsr iirnon^ [ho hi^lie^l paid, tjin siu-i'iLSsfnlls iiKiititJun (he threat of a par- nl>/in^ sirJke n^atnsl the JLllorc.sl uf (lio en- lire rminlry—nnd n^iiinst 'JU per renl of (heir Mtow cm ploy t.s. Tliir UirentDfji slriko rantiol juslify grant- iiiH inure fiiniralile roiuliitons In 12"»,IWM1 em- ployes than liavr already lieen put in efTerl Tor I .I7">,[K![). nor »i]| it nher the opposition (iT lhc raifroatLs to iiiiv-nrranird wage in- rrvjisus or ir> rfi;in«es in unrkiiijj rules which ;tre not justified. \ nl.inro at tfic i>o\ shows ulial employes ri'|irojsciilt'il li> lhc I'lin-inoiT-s and Kircmcn make. They are nniun^ The highest |>nifl in lhc rlinks »>f V.iltor in (hi* United Slntos, if not Hrro is;. <ni, I'M j/'', If ?"£ sh, «»"i ] i,.'. r n"i'r'"ii,o' prr frrr fi n« Mill in II,.. linur .1 hy rcj » \n loa rffi'r ..nlir. I irli. '''"" > in >]>!• rtr lcr» ti yc .1.1 rnr Compare these wages with what you make! HIM. in, IIIT>TI[I:I r!>' ^'n"ci ENGINEERS 117, Al^'j 1:1! l!).17 lll<{ ll'l\'C ir.'.i .THIS rr.iw. '.f- .1 hv Ilia . linn twcn roiiRlin.iL ir 1017. K-.CI^ i-.i»i|) 1017 rslini: ll.iir.l] 11. Mil I'.i- U.j:ul [V, Y;lr.l . 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