The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1952 · Page 9
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TTTB8DAT, WOT. M, 1981 CAMCJ [10 Faces Major Crisis Picking New Leader n By NORMAN WALKEK WASHINGTON (* — The CIO I a major crl»U today In try- ig to -settle oir,a successor to hlllp Murray as lt« head man; Murray'* death Sunday touched f latent rivalries among a rmm- of ihe cio'a top men. It re- atns :; io be seen whether they in select a new leader without •lilting; ranks and'-breaking up merlca's junior labor federation. Murray had been a steadying in- Cnce on a score of ambitious Iders trying to forge ahead in ie_CIO's 40 or so unions. He pacl- ed many potential breaks within * . i 3IO ruikc before they, could aplath nio public attention. v The Ubor organization's eitec- iiyeness in the coming years de- jends a good deacon whom CIO leaders choose among themselves as their, next president. The decision may be made at meetings this week In Pittsburgh following Murray's funeral, or at the CIO convention scheduled to begin Monday in Los Angeles. • Mrrge Ii Sunettnl A published suggestion that the time was ripe for the CIO. to merge with the AFL ^was received: with litile enthusiasm in both AFL and CIO quarters. John Ii. \ Lewis," head of the United, Mine Workers, -may spur renewal of the merger Idea now that CIO leadership Is up lor de- cision'and AFL President William Green Is expected to step down before long. But/every sign pointed to continued competition between the APL and CIO, The coming CIO decision on Murray's successor will probably have a lot to do with the degree of militancy of organized labor in OIL next few years; Weak CIO leadership could result in the AFL gob- blingvup the CIO. SUMMER'S .OVER - Lucy, avorite attraction for children visit New York's" Central Zoo, sadly searches for >eanut». among autumn leaves utside her cage Despite the eneroua amounts pt food supplied to her bj the zoo, she al- ways'has room in her trunk to pack away a few' more pieces of her favorite delicacy. 40 Are Killed fn Tibetan Revolt CALCUTTA. India Wj—Morning newspapers said today that at least 30 Tibetans and 10 Chinese Communist soldiers were killed recently in a revolt against Chinese rule by the martial Khambas tribe, In Tibet's Southeastern Kham Province. The report*, from the Tibetan capital, Lhasa, said the outbreak stemmed from Khambas unrest at Chinese domination and was touched .oil by the "extreme rudeness" a Chinese military officer to Khambas. The Chinese reportedly hart to bring additional forces from Lhasa. .and.Tsing Hal .in Northeastern Tibet, to quell the disturbances. Affair of the Goats' a Bioligical Flop, 'hey Couldn't Tell a Nan from a Bill JUNEAU, Alaska (fP)— The affair the goats has .become A one of the ason's major biological disao- >intmentS of this Northern terri- f y- It was d^appolntlng to the U S sh_and Wildlife Service, .and, had ey kno'wn'what wai ; in. the wind, would ha\e been a crushing blow the mountain goats of KodiakJs- nd. The goat-s of Kodiak, you see, are wedeif's'King- 70 Today TOCKHOLM, .Sweden lip, — jredcn's King Gustav Adolf VI llebrated his 70th .birthday today Ith royal, splendor and festivities It seen In' this capital for many •arc. IA procession through part of the Ipital gave many thousands, of Vedes a chance to view and cheer eir King. Jto Won't Talk kbour Love Plans MADRID W)_HHa Htyworth-has fused to comment on reports of ends who say she plans to marry lanish Count Jose Maria Villa- dierna. after divorcing Aly Khan. IB count is a wealthy race horse eeder.i . all bi!]i«^-and bachelors. ' The project was to get two captured nannies to Kodiak if onlv some way could be found to ge them across the swollen Kmk River northeast of Anchorage. Now comes the setback. Ervin Nelson, FWS federal aid in Alaska reports the . goats'. were, finall; brought across the river —.but hi doesn't know how. And somebod: made a mistake he doesn't .know how. They, aren't nannies at all They are jUst another lonely-pair o: billies " ' ' r - -^ The trapper, Glen Williams, wil get only J1SO a piece for'the billies The pricejfor bring-em-back-allve nannies is;»450. But nobody figures Williams is the goat He presumablj knew all the' time that-he had 6hV the *150 kind. -' DROUGHT, PARCHES KANSAS FIELDS AND WATER HOLES—Ground parched until it breaks up into thoutanda of eraeka, • cattle water hole with only a fraction of its normal content—and .a sky 'with no sign of a rain cloud tell the story of the worti drought la Kansas history. This photo was taken between Ynies Center 'and Eureka, but it is typical. .Worst tilt are »lx eouaUeV in th* southeastern part of the state. Farmers have to haul water to livestock, for household uses and'for drinking. Trucks containing every type of water-holdmj device fill the roads. Thousands of beef cattle have been sold off prematurely because ther« isn't enough feed and water. Fear of flre is a continuous nightmare in small towns without water syatema. Britain's Tea Break Termed A'Crazy Idea' LONDON I* — It's "completely ereiy" to take lime out from work for t cup of tea, a Conservative member told a shocked House of Common* '.yesterday. Bruj. Ralph Rayner said (he British-ought* to. give up/the time- honored custom because "we can't afford tea breaks." Rep. Short Urges , Huge Slice Off Military Budget JOPLIN, Mo. (jp> — Rep. Dewey Short (R-Mo), who Is In line for the chairmanship of the House Armed Services Committee in'the new Congress, jaya he thinks eight to 10 billion dollars can be cut from the military budbet without hurting national defense. It's Official Now- Ike Got Tennessee NASHVILLE, Ten'n.W — Republican Dwighi D. Eisenhower captured Tennessee's n electoral voles with » majority of less than 3,000 votes, official tabulations from ill but five of the state 96 counties showed today. Official canvass totals L from 90 counties plus the unofficial count from the five other* gave hower 4«,o«, Adlal Stevaaaoa 443,489. FUNCTION faoctio* wet W- p«io fort and ed J> moil obttrvtd cud a/tec drwk- Ing Maoattia Yel. ley Wawr. — deli*. right M j><». RICHARDSON'S Super Market wi w. Mai. n «M tm Nixon and Family Are in Florida MIAMI BEACH. Fla. (^ _ vice President-elect Richard M. Nixon and his family vacationed at a beach cottage here today, and planned to stay "a »eek, perhapa longer." Nixon said it was probable he would be in .touch with President- elect - Eisenhower but added he Is taking no part Jn selection of the new Republican cabinet. Texans Turned Out to Vote ARLINGTON, Tex. <JP) .._ This booming'-town' between. Dallas and Ft. )Vorth claims one of the highest, if not the highest, percentages of votes cast in the nation for last week's general election. i ' With 4,617 eligible voters, 4,449— or 96.35 per cent — iliirned out to vote, the Arlington Weekly Citizen said yesterday. Maryland to Have 1st Negro Official WASHINGTON (*)'—• Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin of Maryland nays that-next week he will appoint the first Negro assistant attorney general in the history .of the state. He said'.he..-has "not yet determined what-Negro" he would name. ITS ASPIRIN /IT ITS BEST FIRST WORLDS LARGEST SUUft AT lOt ^.. STORt ADDKiSJ FHONE NUMSE1 MISSES' SUITS AT REDUCED PRICES . . 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