The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1953 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST w, BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS French Strike Enters Second Crippling Week One Million Workers Still Out; Laniel's Government Tottering PARIS (AP) — France's most serious postwar strike entered its second week today with a million workers still out, railroads and communications still paralyzed and Premier Joseph Laniel's government tottering. Negotiations between the government and non-Communist unions broke down Monday and there was no prospect of a resumption In eight. Socialist party leader Guy Mqllet told Laniel that any savings he might realize through his touted government financial reforms— which touched off the walkouts— already have been surpassed by the huge losses to the French economy from the strike. Nobody contradicted Mollet. Parliament to Convene It was expected Parliament would be called back from its va- ' cation for a special session next week. Laniel may be thrown out of office in the bitter squabble certain to develop. There still were the main strike areas: 1. The railroads—Only a handful of trains operating, industry and trade hard hit, and hundreds of thousands of Frenchmen unable to travel. 2. Post offices and telephone exchanges—Millions of letters piled up, many businesses slowed to a f , standstill, Frenchmen reduced to putting personal notices in newspapers to communicate with their stranded families. 3. Coal rnines, building and textile trades, some metal working factories, the Paris subway and bus system, and street-cleaning services. Garbage continued to pile up in many cities. The walkout began as a protest against government plans to cut public payrolls and up retirement ages. Now the unions are pressing for all kinds of general wags and bonus rises as well. Laniel's financial plans, which he said also would be aimed later at : the tax-evading rich, appeared definitely wrecked. I PACT FTVl Top Prize Winner NEW LONDON, Conn. 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