Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 31, 1955 · Page 9
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Pre- Nikolai Bulgarun and Deputy Premier A. I. Mikoyan— began a two-day tour of northern Yugo slavia today. Tito did not accompany the Rus sians but will meet them Thursday i Belgrade. Borba. Yugoslavia's leading Communist paper, said today some progress clearly had been achieved in talks, wmcn wm oe conciuaea Thursday or Friday. 'The talks have been profitable for Yugoslav-Soviet interstate re lations and for the efforts to re duce international tension," the paper declared. Borba said the loint document to be released after the return of the Russian leaders to Belgrade will contain a review of the present international situation with suggestions for improving it, the agreed foundations for future Yu goslav-Soviet relations and the outline of "essential elements of a policy of coexistence." A joint communique issued Monday said the negotiations were continuing "in an atmosphere of mutual "understanding" but gave no details. The Soviet delegation arrived in Yugoslavia last Thursday to patch up the Soviet bloc's bitter seven-year quarrel with the Yugoslav marshal. Eden Asks Emergency Powers to End Strikes Rail? Dock Tieups Spread in Britain LONDON (J) — Prime Minister Eden moved swiftly today toward emergency powers to safeguard the nation's prosperity boom against the nationwide railway strike and a crippling tieup on the docks. ■ He sent three top Cabinet ministers flying to Scotland to see Queen Elizabeth II and lay the groundwork for a royal proclamation giving the government the widespread powers. The declaration of a state of emergency by the Queen would give Eden a freer hand to deal with the crisis, including the power to requisition stocks of essential materials and to use troops and service facilities to move goods and carry workers to essential jobs. Lord Salisbury, one of Eden's fight-hand men and president of the Privy Council, led the three-man government delegation to Balmoral Castle, where the Queen is vacationing. 350 Laid Off The first industrial plant to feel the effects of the strike wa3 the South Durham Steel Co., which laid off 350 night shift workers with the announcement that mill would not reopen because of lacn or coal. - Two of Britain's biggest steel-producing firms— the United Steel Companies and Colville's - announced : they will be forced to close by the weekend unless the strike is settled. • There also was no sign of a peace move m the stevedores strike crippling four of the country's biggest ports. It is an out- and-out jurisdictional fight between the National Amalgamated Steve- lores and Dockers - Union and the giant General Transport and General Workers Union over bargaining recognition demanded by the Defy Leaders The 18,000 strikers, most of them members of the NASDU have de fied their leaders' orders to go back to work. Some TGWU men have joined the strike in sympa thy. ■ London was threatened with the worst traffic jam of its history. Hundreds of thousands of suburbanites who normally ride to work in trains converged on the city afoot or by automobiles. Long lines of tracks carrying goods ordinarily moved by rail added to the congestion. Special constables were called in to help deal with the expected 700,000 commercial vehicles and nrivate cars —four times the normal daily Meanwhile, thousands of Whit-sun t i d e holidaymakers were stranded overnight at bus' and railroad station awaiting transportation home from seaside resorts. The strike— the first rail walkout since the general strike of 1926— was called Saturday midnight by uie (u.uuu-memoer Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers- and Firemen. The union is demanding a raise of 8 shillings ($1.12) in the F. X. Newcomer & Go. INSURANCE BONDS REAL ESTATE LOANS Phone 4-1621 Dixon, 111. present base weekly pay of 9 pounds 15 shillings (S27.S0) to re store traditional wage differentials between the locomotive crews and less skilled workers. Refuse Increase The government, which operates the nationalized lines, has refused to grant the increase for fear of touching off a new wage-cost spiral in the railroad industry. The National Union of Railway-men, which includes 17,000 engineers and firemen as well as some 360.000 other rail workers, declin ed to join in .the stoppage. Most of them reported for work. But even with them on the job, rail officials had no hope of pro viding more than skeleton freight and passenger service. Officials said it would be only about three days before the coal mines began closing for lack of coal cars. Depleted coal stocks would cut power production, a so affect nearly every industry Milk also Is a critical item. Iron Lung Mother Dies After Birth FORT WORTH, Tex. iJB — An 18- year-old mother who gave birth to a daughter in an iron lung died Mondav night. Mrs. Charles Ray Thomas died in the Iron lung that had kept her alive since she was stricken with polio Aug. 3. The daughter, Landa Kay, delivered Aug. 17, continued in good health. BI8I9I %I Coll Gene Cohill 816 Forest Ave. Phone 3-9961 SUSPENSE IS CONE — A new method of washing windows eliminates safety - belt suspension. William Mueller and James McDermott try it on the University of Illinois College of Pharmacy Building in Chicago. Basket-type car hangs from a unit that runs on a track along edge of root I I RAGA2Z1- 1 | Dj ANCONA | KIDS PAY TRIBUTE — This bronze statue of Pinocchio, loveable wooden character from Carlo Collodi's famous children's tale, was recently dedicated in a schoolyard in the author's home town, Ancona, Ttalv. Tt was Daid for by Ancona's schoolchildren. Inscribed on the statue's base, which represents a book, are the words: "To Pinocchio . . . The Children COOK With SKELGAS PROMPT SERVICE Wayne Wolfe, d.b.a. (ferriage Appliance Store Phone 2-8711 For lowest prices, highest mileage, best deal, get a RAMBLER Yon Get More big-car room, comfort, and performance — for less money — in the new Rambler. "Tht Economy Champion of the Mobilgas Economy Run. your Rambler goes up to 30 miles on a gallon. Great for salesmen. The Deal your Hudson dealer will give you, with or without a trade-in, will surprise you. Extra Features like Double Strength Single Unit car construction and Deep Coil Springs cost nothing extra. HUDSON DEALER ABOUT A RAMBLER $1585 KCM.tN MOTOR SA»*$ 732 N. GALENA AVE. PHONE 2-9701 Onetime Bodyguard of Al Capone Dies-Naturally MIAMI, Fla. m— Louis (Little New York) Campagna, a sidekick of the late Al Capone, died Monday of a heart attack. He was stricken while battling to land a large fish. He was removed from the boat by Coast Guard helicopter but died shortly after reaching a hospital. Campagna, 57, was one of the no torious Capone gang during the 1930s. In 19*3 he drew 10 years in prison on conviction of conspiracy to extort a million dollars from movie executives. He served one- third of the sentence in the federal penitentiary at Atlanta and was paroled. original Bodyguard was one of Capone's original bodyguards and received the nickname "Little New York" from the stubby kingpin mobster. Police sources at Chicago said Campagna joined Capone from New York, here he had been known as "Lefty Louis." Campagna told the Senate Crime Committee headed by Sen. Kefauv- (D-Tenn> that bookmaking Cicero, a Chicago suburb, netted him about $80,000 to $90,000 a year before he was convicted in the At last report, he had bought ai 800-acre farm near Fowler. Ind. and lived there. east of Miami. Campagna brought a 30-pound fish aboard, then sank into a deck chair while others in the party radioed for medical assistance. The Coast Guard dispatched a helicopter that removed him from the cruiser Nellie, out of Miami, and brought him to Mercy Hospital, where he died. Xo Local Record Miami police, who said he had ) local record, attributed the death to "natural causes.' The Dade County sheriff's office made an autopsv later and con firmed that the heart attack had brought on the death. Campagna's first major conviction was in 1919, when he was sent to Pontiac, 111., reformatory for bank robbery. He was paroled in April, 1924, returned for parole violation in October and paroled again in November of the same year. In 1940, he was indicted with Frank (The Enforcer) Nitti, successor to Capon*, as head of an alleged syndicate for vice and gambling, and five others on charges of conspiracy to force gang rule on a bartenders' union. These charges were dismissed in June, 1P41, for lack of evidence. Tne body will be shipped to Chi cago, where funeral arrangements On a boat about 10 miles south- | are pending. New Floor Care Ends Waxing One of the most difficult lobs of housekeeping is to keep .linoleum and asphalt tile floors waxed and gleaming. Now, thanks to Glaxo, it is no longer necessary to wax and scrub. All you do is apply Glaxo about twice a year. It maintains a high lustre, non slip coating that seals out dirt. Glaxo dries in one hour and is water clear. It's cheaper than wax in the long run, besides saving a terrific amount of work, plus truly a beautiful floor. Glaxo is available at Eichler Bros., Inc. Here at la?t is a modern coffee that gives you full flavor AND the quick, casy-to-make convenience of an Instant Coffee. Made by a special, new process, Instant Folgers captures and brings through to you all the goodness... all the true flavor of nature's choicest Mountain*Grown coffee. Copyright, J. A. I. k Cs., IKS Pastor Who Coined rRock Island Labor War U Slogan to ' Retire and Write PLUCKEMIN, N. J. tT) — The P.ev. Howell M. Forgy, whose phrase "Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition" became a famous World War H battle slogan, plans to resume a writing career now that he has resigned as an active preacher. Memorial Day marked the formal end of the preaching career of the Presbyterian minister who coined the inspiring words during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. In resigning as pastor of the | where he has served since March lSD-i, me nev. i>ir. r urgy gave m heaith as his reason. The congregation at the church accepted the 47-year-old pastor's resignation Sunday, and his suc- mittee. wvil be picked by a com Now, he says, his full attention in the coming years will go to writing, where "I can set my own pace." "I d like to help fill the tremendous need for drama and pictures which have something to say . . ." His writing career began with a play, sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation and T. S. Eliot. Leader Convicted WASHINGTON W -<-Jotaa T. Watkins, a Rock Island, 111., labor union organizer, has been convict* ed of contempt of CongreM for re fusing to answer queattoM about persons he said had left the Own* munist movement. Judge Joseph C. McGarrachy at U. S. District "Court said he would meet with attorneys next. Thursday to discuss" Watkins* •enteoce. Watkins was an organizer for th« CIO United Auto. Workers. He was convicted Friday on a seven-count indictment for refusing to answer some questions the House Un-American Activities C ommitte* asked in its 1953-54 hearing* on Communism. Watkins testified he never waa a card-carrying Communist but admitted associating with party members from 1942 to 1947. At the time of the Pearl Harbor attack, the Rev. Mr. Forgy waa a Navy chaplain aboard the cruiser New Orleans. HOOVER SALES and SERVICE First St- HALL'S NOTICE We Will Be Closed for Vacations JUNE 6 thru JUNE 18 PHILLIPS BAKE SHOP Folgers brings FULL FLAVOR to instant coffee Now a great new coffee for young moderns.. .Instant Folger's, with a FULL, RICH FLAVOR never before achieved in an Instant Coffee! Yes. Instant Folgers is the first Instant Coffee to bring you full flavor. And what a flavor it is. Full, rich and satisfying, with a distinctive tang)- taste all its own. For deep -down coffee enjoyment every time, get Instant Folger's. It's definitely the modern, easy way to better coffee! 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