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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 16, 1950
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE CIO-U.S. Steel Begin Talks AsPricesDepend onOutcome PITTSBURGH, Oct. 16. W—Industry leader United States Ste«! Corporation and the CIO United Steelworkers opened negotiations today on the union's demand for i wage increase. Neither side oommenied is sts* lions got' under way. President Philip Murray of both the CIO and the USW headed the union's 37-man bargaining team. Vice President John A. Stephens led •bout the same number of representatives of "big steel's" six steel- producing subsidiaries. They are American Steel and Wire Company, Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation, Columbia Steel Company, Geneva Steel Company, National Tube Company and Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company. Murray and Stephens shook hand's and chatted pleasantly for a few minutes before the bargaining .session started in a downtown hotel' conference room. U. S. Is Bcllwralher U. S. Steel is the traditional bell vether of the industry In wagi talks. If it grants a pay hike, othe; steel firms—both basic producers and the firms thai turn the stec into finished products—probably wil follow suit. The amount of any U. S. Stee wage hike would be reflected in the prices of automobiles, refrigerator: hairpins and everything else made of steel. Some Increase Kxpeeied Little doubt has been expressec that U. S. Steel will make some form of wage increase offer. The amount of that expected oflcr remains to be answered. W. L Taylor Wins Top Spot In Cooter Cotton Picking Even\ W. L. Taylor of Route 1, Csruthersville, Mo., took top honors i the second annual Cotton Picking Contest held Saturday at Cooter Mo. He wai awarded > »50 government bond. Murray himself hasn't said how much he will seek for the steelworkers who now average $1.70, an hour. Some sources have placed the union's demand at about 25 cents an hour. The man Murray will nice across the conference (able is John A. Stephens, vice president of U. S. steel In charge of industrial relations. Wage Boost Discussion In agreeing to meet with Murray head of both the CIO and the steelworkers, Stephens made it plain he would discuss only a possible wage boost for U. S. Steel's production and maintenance employes. He ruled out any dicussion of insurance and pension demands, both of which the union is expected to present. The conference was requested by Murray. The steelworkers'' current two-year contract with 1,400 companies permits reopening of wage discussions Nov. 1. The union would be free to strike Jan. i if no agreement had been reached. Mr. Taylor picked 112 pounds of cotton In the two-hour lime limit. Second place went to Dick Ray of Copter, who received a $25 bond for picking 96 pounds. Lee Mann, also of Cooter, won the »12 cash third pri&e award, and Mrs. II. C. Hill of Cooter took fourth place »nd also received $12. Miss Mary Louise May emerged the winner in the contest between children under is years of age, and received $12 cash. Miss Jean Ann I'oyner of New Madrid was selected to reign as queen of the contest and was crowned by Congressman Paul S. Jones of Keimett at a ceremony in the Cooter hiRh school auditorium Saturday night, Mr. Jones also was the principal speaker of the evening. After the coronation program, a ball was held In the school auditorium. Thirteen floats participated in the twilight parade which went from Cooler to Holland and Slcele and back to Cooter. Included were en tries from New Madrid and Hayti The Cooter High School Senior float was awarded the »io first priz money, the •« c ° n< Junior class J5 fo Freshman das . $2.50 for third, The audience at the coronalio ceremonies participated in grou singing and solos were sung by Ml.< Kathleen Branch, Miss Klizabel Walker and Miss Patricia Evans. Miss Joan Cooper and Johnn Campbell sing a duet, and Jcrr and his trick dog combined to pu on a saxophone act. Judges for the Cotton Pickin Contest were the Veteran Agricul lure instructors and student.'! of til Cooter schools, and queen and floa Judges were Mrs. Charles AfMIck Mrs. liernle Bopp and William t, Bell, nil of Stccle. The contest was sponsored by th Junior Class of Cooter High Schoo who plans to make it an annua affair. Israel's Prime Minister Seeks To Form New Government JERUSALEM, Oct. 18 (/?>,_Prime Minister David Ben-Gurlon tried to form a new government today in the liope of solving Israel's first cabinet crisis since tile birth of the slate in May, 1348. Ben-Ourlon resigned Inst nigh ifter three religious bloc member In his outgoing cabinet tolrt hin they were withdrawing from the sovcrnment because they did no :ike a recent cabinet change pro posed In the face or Israel's flnan. cial plight. Later President Clialm Weizmam —after consulting all party leaders —nsked Ben-Gurlon to form a new cabinet for presentation to the Sncsset, Israel's parliament. The Knesset reconvenes here today after n two-month recess. If the Knesset refuses to accept new government under Ben- Ourion new elections may be called The present cabinet continues on a caretaker basis. he task facing the premier Is Veteran Aufos to Become Popular, Says Little Rock Used Car Dealer . LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 16. ,„-,— Take heart, you owners of pre-war cars. A Little Rock dealer says your veteran vehicles will suddenly become popular. The Arkansas Democrat quoted »n unnamed automobile dealer as Mying that because of tighter credit controls, "during the next few weeks people will be buying up 1538, 1939, 1940 and 1941 automobiles." A regulation, effective last midnight requires among other things. down payment and a one-third payment of the balance In 15 months in purchasing cars. The DemociRt said Little Rock firms loci a hopeful view of the new regulations, which apply to a long list of commodities.- But it said one company official m l ,', lU ! ed ' hat little lonfili for « while " and another added that "lhe outlook isn't too good on higher priced used Manila Child't Illness Diagnosed at Diphtheria A Ihree-year-oid white child of Manila was diagnosed „., having diphtheria by doctors this morning according to Mrs. Amiabe! county health nurse. Fill. This is the third case of diphtheria reported in Mississippi County this month, Mrs. Fill said, and the I2th this year. Native of Liberia, West Africa, Talks To Negro School, Church Groups Mary Brent Slaughter, a native of Monrovia, Liberia, was scheduled U> speak to Negro school and church groups here this noon and tonight. At noon today, the West African evangelist spoke to students at Harmon High School. She will address «. meeting at 8 o'clock tonight nt the Bethel A.M.E. Church here Her speaking itinerary here also included talks last night before eore members of the Keero Missionary Workers of Blytheville a t Bethel Church and the church of God in Christ. Her tnitc tonight will be on the 'Dark and Bright Side of African Life." These talks are being sponsored by Carrie B. white. Harrison Hi^h fachool teacher and president ol the A.M.E. Missionary Society. Mary Slaughter, who was born In Liberia, has been in (he United States for the part two years and nine months. Educated in Booker r. Washington Schoo! and Ricks Institute In Monrovia, she plans to become a missionary. She has been speaking before church and school groups since she came to this country. The daughter of a minister, she said today that the cluirchcs of the United stales have been doing a lot of great work" in Liberia. Nearly every d-,,onitnAtion has a school In Liberia, she said, and all these schools are well-attended. Many ol the students have travelled in the u. S., she added. She plans to remain in Blvthe- V, . a , wcck ancl ln the u »*ed States until 1955. 666 IIOUID OR TA0UTS IS YOUR ANSWER TO COLDS MISERIES Formerly Mary urent, she is married to David Slaughter of Springfield, Mass., a soldier whom she met 111 Liberia during world War II. He still is serving in the Army. Rev. Thomas J. Brown, pastor of Bethel Church..also announced today that V.Z.W. Mooncy. the only Negro woman In Arkansas who holds a doctor of divinity degree, will deliver a serins of evangelistic sermons at the church this week. The scries begins tonight and will be open to the public. not an easy one. His Mapai Party controls only one-third of the vote in parliament and he needs th support of other groups to retain power. The religious bloc members wh nuil yesterday represent a coaii tlon of the very devout, oi-thodo; and conservative members of thi parliament. Schoolmasters Plan Dinner Meet The Schoolmasters' organization which includes district superintendents and county school principals, will hold a dinner meeting at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the cKIser school, John Mayes, county school supervisor, announced t morning. Principal speaker of the evening will be Dr. Hoy M. Rc id of Little Hock, director of the division of health education of the state Health Department. The theme of the meeting will he Health Education in the Schools. COURT (Continued fiom Page n der; Elmer Kidd. grand larceny; William E. Mitchell, burglary Lee Brown, burglary; Tommy Brown grand larceny; Eva Mae Bell, blirg- ^>ry and grand larceny; Roosevelt, burglary and grand larceny; -A. L. Hickman, fals« pretense. Cases appealed from Osceola Municipal Court include the following- Cornell Wheeler, dnmken driving: Edwin Weedman, speeding; Eldon Burnett, drunken driving- I, D. Buckley, drunken driving; Oscar Samp, driving; j. w. Speight, assault and battery; Frank fittman, drunken driving; Isaac Kimble. reckle.w driving; nnr ] Elis Howry, a-ssnult with a deadly weapon. Selected to serve on the Jury panel were the following: D.s. Laney. Harry p. j on cs, pabcr A. White. Clay Ayer.s, Lloyd Godley. R. L. Maxwell, Steve Bowkcr, R C Bryan, William Ellas, n r u ce Colbert W. M. Johnson and C. N. Lannum. all of Osceola; H. P. Worsley nn' . . H. E. Stanford, both of Luxora- Charles Ciillom and Robert H Nc!;on. both of Wilson; and Harold lowerton of joiner, H. H. Crawford of Dyess, Uce Wesson of Victoria, ". P. Jacobs. Sr.. of Gridcr. Arthur Mooring of Whitton, o. w. S|ieck of Frcnclini?iVs Bayou. Kd Brown of Etott-nh. Bentley Rhodes of Wilson and Charles Robinson of Kciscr. A Message to OLDER PEOPLE BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW» Your Carri« Carrier Charles Hinson Is Model Plane Builder Charles Htnson, son o( Mr. and Mrs. R. H. llinson, 2l6 Dougan. htm delivered the Courier News for the past year. His route starts at Rail™:»1 Street am! covers Ash to franklin. He delivers Lake a ,id L m y Streets to (he end of the pavement and the 400 blocks oil Sycamore and Vine Streets. Charles plays the trombone in the high school band. He is j n the ninth grade and hi.s hobby Is building model airplanes. WRECK (Continued from rage 1) the pickup was said to have been owned by Essco Parnell However. Trooper Irwln quoted Vega as snying that he did no know who was driving his truck at the time as his truck was stojei earlier Saturday night Trooper Irwin also staled tha when he arrived at the scene hi. received the report that Parnell a Mexican and a Negro hart been taken to a Dlythcville hospital DILI when he checked at the hnsnltn only Mr. Womach had been checke ( ill there. Hospital attendants knew nothing of Parllel, the Negro or the Mexican. Both trucks were heavily dam- iged, Trooper Irwln said, and the motor of the pickup was driven completely under the floorboard nf .he cab by the impact of the col- ision. An Investigation of the accident was continued today. Blylhevillc Woman Hurt Miss May Dixon of Blytheville suffered bruises to her arms and face in a three-ear pile-up at Wilson yesterday morning which was •^aid by officers to have l>ccn caused ly stnoke from burning grass. Trooper Irwln also investigated hi.s accident. The accident involved cars driven i.v Mrs.'Howard Bowon of Blythe- •ille. w. O. Pate of Caruthersville and C. M. Gray of Blythevilte. Miss Dlxon was a passenger in the Gray ar. According to Trooper Irwin, the >ile-up occurred when the in 18 notiel Chevrolet driven bv Mrs. Bowen slowed down upon entering smoke from burning grass along he shoulder. The Pate, car. a 1948 Studebaker. also slowed down but apperi the Bowen car lightly. Then he Gray car. a 1D50 Plymouth rnshect into the rear of trie Pate nr shoving it into the rear of Mrs Bowcn's car. No arrests were made. Irwin said. Driver Is Fined $50 Willie Gray of Blylheville was ined $50 and costs in Municipal -ourt in Osceola this morning on charge or driving while under lie influence of liquor. Martinez Lemon of Tvronza was incd $50 a ,,d costs on a charge I carrying a concealed weapon. UN to Tackle New Peace Plan DutU* to Off.r Revised Draft for Group Discussion LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 16. M>>— The u. N. Assembly'political committee tackles the second stage of its get-strong peace program today a point by point discussion O f an American - backed seven - nation plan. John Foster Dulles, u. S. delegate who guided the plan through the general debate last week offers the 60-natlon committee a revised draft including suggestions from nine other countries for discussion. The plan still has ns its main points emergency sessions of the veto-free General Assembly peace observer partols, u. N. troop units In each member's army,' and committee to study how to use member aid for collective security. The revised draft promises equipment for designated u. N. units but shies away from giving any region priority. It also agrees that the Assembly can be called only by a vote of seven Security Council members or a majority of the assembly and only when a breach of peace actually has occurred. British Air Game Ends as 14 Die In Plane Crashes LONDON, Oct.. 16. (API-Airmen of six western nations yesterday concluded Britain's biggest, postwar air games—a test of the Island's defense against atom attack and the efficiency of new bombing methods. Fourteen Britishers were killed In plane collisions during the weekend. In addition, two Belgian pilous are missing and believed dead. U.S. B-50 bomber squadrons and F-81 Jet fighters participated In the games, as did Jet fighter squadrons Iron: the Netherlands, Belgium Norway and Denmark. The exercises, said Air Minister Arthur .Henderson at their conclusion, were a demonstration of machine-like integration -, of Western air power. v__ The game.'; Included simulated atom bomb attacks on British tar- Scts and exercise in interception of the attackers. 1) DRAFTEES (Continued fro n page ferred from clarksdale. Miss. The following three persons all Negroes, who failed to report previously w erc transferred: Joe L Orr of Blytlicville -to Cleveland O. : Meldred pitcliford of Tyronza o Chicago. [11., and Robert Lee of Joiner to Detroit. Mich. Three other transferees from his call included: Elmer E. Kemper (white) to Hattiesburj!. Miss.; Holier u Mattox (Ne?ro) to pine Bluff and Curtis Wright (Negro) to Chicago, ill. 11 Delinquents The list of 11 delinquents included the following five whites and tx Negroes: White—Samuel o. Smith. Ma- i lila; Vernon L. Richardson-. Bly- I Iieville; Cruz Snlinos. Victoria- Clinton Young. Jr.. Huffman, and John R. Reynolds, Osceola. Negroes—Claud Brown. Osceola; •3am C. Cuardficld. Osceola- Docor Mack-, Blytheville: Robbie b Oliver, Frenchman's Bayou; A. V. .yte. Caruthersville, Mo., and Oscar D. Hughes. Osceola. Elgn Strother of was called o report through an error. He later was found to have been married. Forty more men are to be in- lurtcd in the next call which will be next Thursday, Miss Saliba said. You often do not get IRON.* B VITAMINS in yc»"- diet! ^cs, older pc.iplc often eat • ilicl wliicli is sliclitly deficient in B-viia- mills anil in Iron. Result may tie Wrakncs!, Umlmvc-iphl, Feeling lie- low par, "iVrirs," Fatigue. New ttncl Sprrinl Formula may be just isliat you nerd, licxe] is > scientific product \\liirli r.omliine.i Ilie important R-tiiantins wiili htm. Everybody knows Ilic importance of Iron in your <l!ritn help y,,, 1r body maintain' rich. ,<•<! Mo«,l. .lust onr capsule of liexrl Special hunmila a day (In*'' 1 voir takrt contains .5 llmrt llic nmi.m,, m ,I J il M c.,, 1 ircn,onl „(!,„„. Al»o .> tiinr« tlic minimum ihilv re- quirrmcnl of Viiamin li, ! Money Hack- Gmii-Hnlre Wk' In >frrr " ! '" '"" "" " n """ ! - a"^^"^,'"' 3 '° ''"''• ""•™'' 1 '""''' y«nro,vnl,;i f! l 1 ,. l .ve 1 | 5f rf a p', i "yoi, r money »,|[ |, c , t ( un<ici( ; n (M WOODS DRUG BLYTHEVILLE SEND YOUR CLEANING WITH YOUR LAUNDRY Whcllicr you semi us your woolens for re-frcsliin K . .. ( ,r. your linens'and col- lons for new whiteness and brightness, I hey all conic clean here! Our modern cleaning ; ln ri laundry equipment... experienced workers...(op efficiency in handling, enables us In give you quick, quality lhe lowest possible prices! Phone MIS for pick-up today! Blytheville Laundry-Cleaners FAST DEPENDABLE SERVICE MONDAY, OCTOBER 1«, Truman to fly Home For 'Policy' Address »y ERNEST B. VACCARO HONOLULU, Oct. 16. (/I>,_ P resl- dent Truman will fly back to the mainland today to report on his meeting with General MacArthur. World capitals still puzzled over ,.*, I" ificance of the rendezvous on Wake Island. Aides said the President Is • devoting extraordinary time and care to the major foreign policy address ™ ""^ = Sa " Francisco «t :30 p.m. pST, tomorrow While he will preface' his talk wi h a reference to his conference with General MacArthur on (ho ? arr . e " I"" Pacific- island as a move o help the Far East, f imi peacei h n , °" no in(ii «>"on that the President will elaborate greatly on the wake island statement. The statement, signed bv the President and initialed by the'unit- ed Nations supreme commander, followed their less than three hours talk. One-Hour Personal Talk Actually, the most Important phase of it was the hour Mr. Truman and General MacArthur spent alone In the living room of a quonsct hut before they went into conference with military and diplomatic advisers, . The statement gave no hint o( any far reaching new decisions such as many had speculated might grow out of the spectacular 14,000 mile round trip flight. Motorist Forfeits Bond Charles R. Maxwell forfeited a S-S5.25 cash bond In Municipal court here this morning on a charge ol driving while under the influence ol liquor. ,1. W. Rambo, Tommie Bawer, Roosevelt Bennett, and Willie Pates each forfeited $10 bonds o: charges of speeding. Wfi«n On* Nasty Cold aft»r Anorfwr UOVM Yo« - IIRB.WEAK.nlJIOilrfil S.S.S. Tonit Goes Directly to Work on the Usual Cause of "After-Cold Weakness" BUILDS UP RED BLOOD CELLS FOR NEW STRENGTH If your system is weakened by low blood count put S.S.S. to work right away and look for prompt improvement in the way you feel. Not only does S.S.S. relieve the miseries nnd distress that follow mills but also helps to build up resistance against further colds. 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