The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 13, 1952
Page 7
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THURSDAY, NOV. 13, 1952 Labor Leaders Pay Last Respect To Phil Murray CIO Chief Buried Today Near Coal Fieldi He Worked In By WILLIAM O. SMOCK PITTSBURGH (* _ The Into Philip Murray, who won the title at labor's statesman while bringing the CIO fo Its greatest strength, goes to his final resting place today near th» soft coal lields where he began his life's work. The funeral ot the CIO president brought labor lenders from every •ectlon of the country Into this industrial stronghold lo pay their final respects to the one-time 1m- - migrant bb'y who became the friend of U. s. presidents. . Murray's death Sunday in a San Tranclsco hotel caused a delay in the CIO's plans to open Its 14th constitutional convention in Los Angeles next Monday. Funeral services for Murray are being conducted by a boyhood friend; The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry A. 'Carlin, vicar-general of the Pittsburgh Roman Catholic diocese. Thousands planned to attend the solemn requiem Mass in St. Pauls Cathedral. . ': Long files of saddened friends, admirers and followers trailed slowly past Murray's bier yesterday at a suburban funeral home. CIO vice, presidents who conferred with Allan S. Haywood, CIO executive vice president, here,yesterday decided to delay the start of the convention until Monday, Dec. 1. and move H froni Los Angeles to Atlantic City. Their decision will .come before ' the CIO Executive Board here Friday for approval. Ratification is considered a mere formality. •' A union spokesman said the convention site was changed to Atlantic City because most'of the organization's key personnel arc now in the East attending Murray's funeral. Since Murray also was'president of the ClO-Unitcd Steelwbrkers, that union also must name a new president. The USW has called its 36-member Executive Board to a Pittsburgh session Saturday to outline procedure. USW Secretary- Treasurer David J. McDonald is regarded as a likely choice for president. The parent CIO is expected to leave the-selection of a new president to convention-delegates but the sfeelivorkers'aren't due for another convention until 1954. Their last session .was held in Philadelphia last summer. Haywoori and ^VaHcr P. Reuther, a CIO vice president, .and. head of the United Auto Workers,'are considered most probable cindidates for the .CIO ; presidency. Neither will 1 discuss his desires or intentions, . however. Texarkana Man Gets Red Cross Merit Award LITTLE ROCK Wi—The American Red Cross' Certificate of Merit was awarded today to " Mitchell Young of Little Rock for the rescue of two persons from drowning at Texarkana last July 19. Young, who formerly lived .at (515 Laurel -St.) Texarkana, received the award at ceremonies In Texarkana's ARC chapter house. The 23-ycar-oM swimming Instructor was cited for his heroism In rescuing Robert Ewell, 69, of Waco,, Tex,, ' and his 9-year-old grandson, Martin Robert Swell of Dallai. : .-•...-•.••• ;'. • -' : Key Personnel Studying Atom NEW YORK (#)'—Ten young men representing British/ industrial ^ firms recently bcgnn a course in ^- nuclear engineering at London University, the British Information Service reported here. - They a-111 conduct research Into atomic energy and its use In medicine and chemistry. Ttis practical course work will be done In a laboratory 40 feet underground. The students will work under the direction of the staff of Britain's atomic energy staff at Harwell. The course was sjarted 1 at the luege.stion of industrial firms having contracts connected with atomic energy who prefer that key per- aonnel have a knowledge of nuclear physlcn. • SEE PAGE UPSET STOMACH You'll feel heller quick when yo« take BIZ-PEP rink Ml*- t«re. 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Masters raid, "it has always been my belief that the normal, well-integrated individual who drinks socially will not become ari alcoholic unless through disease, injury or conditioning there is some personality change for which he is not entirely responsible;' But. he told the Southern Medical Association there's a possibility that regular drinking every night before dinner can build up such a "conditioning" in a "normal social drinker." . . Such an individual, he added, might establish a "conditioned reflex demand" for alcohol so that "when an environmental situation becomes intolerable and lie is physically or psychologically unable to meet the situation he may become an incipient alcoholic and potentially a sick man." The doctor read a prepared address at the closing session of the SMA's 40th annual meeting. 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