The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGB -mo •LYTHEVrLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Crippled Canada Groans in Grip Of Rail Strike Negotiations Fail • During Weekend as . Cabinet Plans Meeting OTTAWA. Aug. 28. (APj—l-rai!s- port-crlpp!ed Canada remained today In the grip of t rail strike that threatened to last ct least another three days, following the weekend collapse of .negotiations. The 'government made it clear It plans no further steps until it brings in emergency legislation to end the week-old strike at a special ' session of parliament called for Tuesday. This announcement was marie after Prune Minister Louis St. Laurent received a persona) report from union heads on breakdown of negotiations with (he companies Saturday night. The cabinet planned to meet today to erach final decision on its course of action fn the crisis, in- lormed quarters said. Parliamentary Approval The 'government's plans are understood to call for obtaining quick parliamentary approval of blanket powers to enable It to take whatever action It considers; advisable to end the strike. From all indications, however, the prospects were that Hie trains could not get rolling again .before Thuts day at the earliest. Informed .quarters said the government' exp'ects to introduce Its emergency legislation before the Comfnons~on Wednesday, No General Action Official circles said the government is not- planning to ask for general legislation banning future rail strikes, but will ask only for what it needs to end the present stoppage of rail transportation. The union originally demanded hourly wage Increases averaging about seven cents and reduction of the, work,week Irom 48 to +0 hours. Both the unions and the operators have yielded some ground, but they have been unable to reach a final point of agreement. Chicago Mayor Steps To Irish Tune CHICAGO, Aug. 28. (/P) —. The band played an Irish tune as Chicago's bachelor mayor, Martin ,H. Kennelly, appeared at a ward picnic in Pilsen Park, Friday: Kennelly, 63, seized Mrs. Catherine Connelly, a grandmother, anrt set off in a brisk dance step. "I'll still vote, for him." said Mrs. Connelly later 'He's as good a .*. m«)n>r It i,tune nR-an Irish lass be Alexandre Eiffel, builder of the Eiffel Tower, also designed the locks for the Panama Canal. MONDAY; AUGUST », One-Man 'S. Korean Air Force' Is Grounded to Train Pilots ,Mr A rr ° UP •«"»»»» '" "" »">okl',n Dance Festival of in which morr Ihin 800 playfrounil-laii(ht cliililren radiclnaled. Manila Quiet While Huks Hit Villages MANILA. Aug. 28. <AP>— It was ouiet ii\ this Philippines capital today—in sharp contrast, to the wetk- enrt of terror in nearby communities in which 18 persons were killed in guerrilla raids. • Wirtcly - scattered tumors that Couinrunlst-Jerl HulcbalAhan ziiei 1 - rlllaJ! would attack Manila" proved ground less. • Ouards ringed Manila and other central Luzon cities Sunday, nlghl— alert against a continuation ot r.uds which began Friday night. National defense headquarters reported 78 persons were killed, nine missing and 66 wounded In atiacti on 12 small towns. The figures were revised upward slightly from Sim- day. .'''..': The Huks customarily attack at night and then flee to mountain hideouts. ... The Defense Department reported 35 Huks were among the 18 stain In ral<j on sin^Rafac! 30 mllea and- other Among fh«"ivictims at Sin Rife! were a three year-old girl — killed by a stray bullet — and U. Pilemon Vlllegas, commander ot the town's civilian guard unit. 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That'» a sign tlmt an P-51 fighter, with South Korean .forces marking, will flash dowi] to tree top level to' blast enemy machineguns and troops,' 95 Minions Flown Hess flew 95 missions in less than two months. Sometimes he made six sorties in a day. Infantry units he hac supported have written to his commanders, recommending him for medals ranging up to the Distinguished Service Cross. But for Hess the greatest reward was that infantrymen down In the Jlea-lnfested fox holes thanked him time and again. Once he saved 25 surrounded American soldiers by strafing within 50 feet'of them from an altitude so low the soldiers said the Reds could have hit his plane with rocks Hesi is Hyinj Scholar Hess, a flying scholar who holds a master's degree from Ohio State University in diplomatic history, Is o/ficlally head of the South Korean air force advisory group.; The order for him to stop flying came because higher headquarter wanted him on the ground to trail 66 South Korean cadets now learn Ing basic flying, and another group or flying Koreans who must convert from AT-6 training plans to -51 fighters. ; Wh«i tiie converted filers are ready for action, the air force said, 'Macintosh One" can personally lend them Into combat. LaHimore Speec/t Cancelled by Protest PORTSMOUTH, N.H.. Aug. 38. (AP)—A scheduled speech by Owen Lattimore was cancelled by management of the fashionable Wentworth-by-the Sea Hotel last night became of protests by guests. James B. Smith, owser of the resort hotel, said 210 of 350 guests voted 121 to 89 in a. poll against Lattlmorc's appearance at an Informal "Sunday night entertainment session." The 140 other guests, he said, did not return ballots. Smllh said he decided on taking a poll to determine the ssnMnient of the majority of gueM-s afU?r several protested verbally. Lattimore, who-'e subject was to have been "the situation In Asia,' said he was "extremely sorry" at not being allowed to speak. Auto Workers Pause To Honor K. E. Olds LANSING, Mich., Aug. 28. (API- Busy auto plants here will pa a moment in the production job tomorrow in last respects to auto pioneer Ransom E. Olds. For two minutes starting at 2 p.m. (EST) assembly lines at Oldsmobile division of General Motors and the Reo truck factory will stand idle. Olds—memoralized in the car names "Oldsmobile" and "Reo"— died Saturday at the age of 86. In- EirmiUes of age caused death. 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