The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 6, 1950
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6; 1950 GE Peace Talks Slated to Begin Amidst Confusion Half of Members Picket 11 Plant* While Others Work _JjjfcW YORK, Sept. «. CAP) - F< ^P 'alks begin tomorrow in the CIO - General Electric Company ttrike—now more confused than ever. • About half the 50,000 GE mem- o«rs oj the CIO International Union of electrical Worker* <IUK> are Picketing eleven GE plants, while th€ othy*nialf are still worlng at •bout- X others. federal mediators in Washington, who called for a truce Monday, »lll try to get both sides into a bargaining mood when negotiations topen there tomorrow. No Indication of End But there Is nothing to indicate any quick end to the walkouts that hav« cut Into some of the big cooi- P«ny« war production. Relations between the company »nd union ranged from an uneasy Pe&c« in some cille* to bone-crushing picket line violence at Syracuse, T..Y., scene of GE's 9.600 man television plant where 4.000 IUE members are striking. A near-riot yesterday injured four picket* and ten deputy sheriffs, and led to hit-run charges against one non-striker. He was accused of driving his auto into one of the officers and continuing on into the plant. The company closed Ihe plant after the fighting, saying It would not endanger its non-striking «np^jyes. . *Zt- • U.S. Truce Appeal Tne government's appeal for a truce Monday, made In the interests of war production, slopped the TUE high command's call for a full strike against the company. It came just as a rank and file revolt flared against the awlkout, in several of the bigest union locals— but it failed to halt several smaller units determined to strike in any James B. Carey, administrative chairman of the iUE, said theje were not "wildcat" strikes since the locals had the right to strike under the union constitution. He said that while he concurred In the federal truce request, he had forwarded it HEADED FOR "KOitEA—Marine Pvt. 1st class Billie D. Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Allen of Rt. 3, Dlythevllle, is shown aboard a troop transport en route to Korea, where he will be assigned as u rifleman. Pvt. Harrison unlisted in the Marine Corps in Blylhe- ville Aug. 28. (Marine Corps I'hoto). Man Holding $6,800 Fined for Petty Theft LOS ANGELES. Sept. 6. (.IV-For petty theft ol a can of condensed milk and 20 cents worth of soup meat-, Emanuel Maschnto, 03, a laborer, was fined S100 ycstcrd?y. and ordered to bank Ills savings of SG.800. When arrested outside a market July 8, he had Sfl.800 In bills tied up an a rag. He claimed he hadn't paid for the groceries because he fell 111 and had to get 'out in the air. to the locals with the understanding it was not binding. Ex-Pine Bluff Man's Death Investigated CHICAGO. Sept. 6. (/Tj— Police are investigating the death of Jewel Long, 25, formerly of pine Bluff. Ark., whose battered body, was found in an alley here Sunday. Investigators said they weren't certain whether Long was a victim of foul play or was struck by an automobile. The body wasn't'identified until yesterday, when Long's uncle, Donald Lintisey, viewed it, police said. No fragrance is possessed by four- firths of the known varieties of flowers. gLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEW* Safety Seen in Studying Own Plants for Sabotage Methods WASHINGTON. Sept, «, (*) — Learn the best ways to sabottge your own plant.' Then you'll know where lo Mock any sneak punch foreign agcnls might throw. That. In effect, was R sugRestlon made lo Industry today by the Defense Department. It was Included In a' booklet Issued by the department's munition board to sp c i| o ,,t means of protecting war plants against Internal sabotage and outside atomic- »t- tacks. The booklet, "Principles of Plant Protection," charged' management with the primary responsibility for defeating any enemy. attempts to cripple production and "destroy our ability and will to fight," It suggested that the best way for management to undertake its security job Is to set ah official "with a lively Imagination" lo figuring out the best means of sabotaging Ins nlant to slow down or hall production, "Great Ingenuity" Espionage agcnls may be expected to use "great Ingenuity" In ob'" f "ins Information ' AnA rorrying out sabot.nge, the munitions board stated, adding: "It would be'realistic to assume that efforts are being made at present to collect all available Information on our industrial plants vital to war." The board suggested that the most, likely forms of sabotage will be the damaging of buildings and equipment by explosives or fire, tampering with gauges and precision tools, and the fomenting of labor unrest. Plant managers were urged to tighten security checks on all personnel, including loyalty tests for those employed In Jobs having to do with secret or vital production. They tlio »er« tdvlsvd to Mt up disaster control ind relief programs, to nvolrt punlc. "Atomic attack must be »ntlclp«ted," th« booklet warned. Dutch Extend Defense Plans THE HAGUE, Netherlands, Sept 6. (/P)—The Dutch today joined their Atlantic Alliance partners In increased defense preparations; Military service is to be raised from 12 to 18 months, with six draft calls a 3'ear. Reopening 'of a number of former Ne*i 'airfields In Holland Is planned. A government, statement added: . "The Dutch Industry which Is working for military' purposes will carry out important, orders for other orders for other North At- 1 lantic countries." EDSON (Continued from p»g« r> all the more difficult. Economic ally-FrlM4 Ka4l<x T« Go AkreaJ Another appropriation approved by Congress Is for th» purch*»e of some 200.000 radio receiver.. A new ««t lias been designed by U. s radio manufacturers. It will be built to receive both *hort *ave and standard band tr«rumlsslons at extreme range. The sets will sell for about $15. The Idea Is to sell these sets In farm and Industrial communities of countries In which it Is particularly desirable to get the American slory across. As for evidence "of the success of American campaign of truth against Russian nronawnda, Assistant Secretary Barrett points to these developments: Fifty-three nations are supporting the U. S. program. Only nine arc supporting the Russians. The niiMlmj propaganda line thai the United Slates started the war in Korea has not been put across. China has been lost, but Yugoslavia. Greece, Turkey, Prince and Italy have been won away from Russian domination. The Soviet's greatly heralded peace petition has been repudiated by many of its signers. 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