The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 11, 1952 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO B1.YTHEVILI.E (ARK.) COURIER NKWd Army to Court Today Seeking Rail Operation Government' Asks Injunction to Get Trams Moving Again CLEVELAND (,T, — The Army goes to court today In I ho hoiip cf gelt in? strike - Manor! Mow York Central (rains rolling a pa in. Having failed in a demand tha'. thi? strikers return to work or face "appropriate action," Army and government officials now wain an injunction. Tho Annv hu.s controller! thp nation's railroads since- AUJ:. 27. 1050. An injunction, crdc'i-inp thire rail brotherhoods' 6.000 strikers to «et back on the Job, u-iil tip rcfiufsfeci In federal con it here, the government announced. The order would Jit 1 - against strikes called against the NY'.v York Control .system \vpst of Buffalo and the St. Louis irrmiiifU. The .strike, slowing clrnvn froiylit .shipments, causing KO:I>C UtyoJf:-. and forcing abom 20.000 di'ily NYC pas^cnser to find other rides, now Is in its ihli-rt cby. , Identity is Declined Arriving in Cleveland from Washington today for the court action were three Ju.siirc Dep.'iHiucni officials header! by Kciward A- Hit-key, special a^slMnnt to the attorney general, and an Army officer. Hickcy declined to identify the officer. Chiefs of the striking brotherhoods said approximately 2CiO,GOO members, despairing of what they call lengthy, fruitless negotiations, \vant better working conditions and a pay ratse. On raises, however, the two sides are fairly clo.se. Wage Cuts Seen More important is their fight against attempts to chnnfrc four working rules, which they say \vmild amount to sulxstinitial wage cuts. In spite of differences with the roaris and fJio government,, the leaders of the striking brotherhoods announced at their headquarters here last night that they still are ready to negotiate. The statement was signed by the three chiefs: R. O. Hughes of the Order of Railway Conductor. 1 ;; D. B. Robertson of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engtne- Ncv.Tch.ir) above shows breakdown of total aircraft losses the U S and other allied nations have suffered fighting the Orn- munists in Korea from June, 1950 up to March I. The U. S hp.5 borne most of the lond. losing 303 airplanes of the total B18 And This ts Nevs? U.S. Toxes Are High As People Can Pay WASHINGTON <tTi~ Lron Koy- scrllnp, chairman nf the Pre--id'~i}l'£ CwiitcH til Economic- Ad- ^rrs. foiircilps that the UnUM ^Uitrs l.t ncnrltiR a "saturation point" on taxes, lairing ,irvirlfK;s on (hp inde- -nl o f f i c e 5 appropriation published today by the Hotirn ApijroprintioM.i Committee, Kr'vsc-iliiip said hp "very definitely" IwHevrs Miere Is such a .saturation [mint, acldinn. "We are t-crtnfnly H])])roiichmt: the r ,olnt where one has to be very careful fthout the IcvylnR of more taxes." 'Bookie' Wire Ends Tomorrow 'Poor Business' To Halt Operation Of Race Semce CLEVELAND In; ... Conlinentfl! F'rcss, hnrassod by frderal crime huntfrs as n miilll-milHon dollar horrc rncp rpRiilt sorvlir for the nntxm's hnokle.s, says tomorrow Is its final day. The nrss. reason, Jt .Mid: poor bust- "'it R public olfictol apueared tliiljious «xlny tlint the syndication of liorsp IJM payoff* |, ,),art. OrantliiK ,|, at book IP nnd "scrntch sheet" buslnc.'.'i Is "way tloivn" because of tlie. 10 per cen't fctlpi.nl K nmbliiiK tax. Pi.llee l.t Mn i (in p Cooncy of Hie Clcvclanrt rat-Vet squ^d salt! Condnental sub- serlbers liavo millions Itu-estcd In ra^f nnv.-s etitilpmmt. "K may iint pny diem <Cf)nli- iiental's oprrntors) to keep on |>ay- nii! lhal Wr.stcrn union bill," said Ciiomy. "HM (here's millions lied up It: that wire and it would be too rosily to tear It nil out." Continental subscribers, (lie Kr- f.iiivor Senate Crime Committee snici, inn cut horse race results lo bo-iklra all over the nation. Continental Insisted Hint oil Its subscribers hud legal operations. bi]!. fiend Courier Ni-ws Clns.slficrt Ads men; and J. p. Shields, srtinit t-h'.et ! engineer of (lie Brotlicrhootl of Locomotive EnKincers. They snld "We have held ourselves In rcndlnetj; and continue lo be prepared to nrgoiiaie Die Issue.s with Hie railroad coinpanie.s or any- cne in authority to settle the dispute." Tlie president of (lie Association of American Rnilroiul.s, William T. Parley, snld in i\ radio broadcast! in Washington last night: ''The r.MIroatls Inive limclc satisfactory settlement* with approximately 00 per cent ol their em- ployes. The railroads are ready find willing ... to extend to these three unions . . . the stitne settlement. . ." White House ^omb Shelter Cost Goes Up WASHINGTON I/Pi — The Prrs-l Irlenfs bomb shelter at Hie White! House Is coin? to cost $868,000 In-i stead or $813.000. Congress learned ' Indiiy. Hearings on 'he furiept-ndent of- ; I Ices appropriation bill, released by; the House Appropriations Commlt- Ice. disclosed that the Army eri- irineeis re-examined specifications Itir the shelter nnti reconimentied changes costing $55.000. . 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