The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1953 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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/AGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE 4ARK.) COURTE* MBWS New Negotiations Scheduled In New York Paper Strike NEW YORK (AP) — Federal mediators came out of surprise talks with union representatives early today and then scheduled new negotiations in the 10-day-okl striike against six major daily newspapers. Waller'A. Maggiolo, general counsel of the Federal Meditation and Counciliation Ser, called the talks after meeting last night with representatives of the Al''L Allied Print- MONDAY, DECEMBER T. 1958 vice, ing Trades Council, whose members have been refusing to cross picket lines set up by the AFL International Pholocngravers Union. The photocngravcrs struck the newspapers In a dispute over wages and other contract issues. About 400 photoengvavcrs arc involved, and their picket lines Have Idled 20.000 employes belonging to the CIO American Newspaper Ouild and the pressmen's, stereo- typers', printers' and mailers' affiliates of the printing trades council, and other unionists. Yesterday brought two Key developments in the strike: 1. Resumption of publication by the New York Herald Tribune, the only one of the city's major newspapers not involved in the engravers' dispute. Tlie Herald Tribune, which stopped publication a week ago in sympathy with the other papers, put out adless Sunday and Monday edition of eight pages each. Meeting Secretly 2. Spirited ac^vny a mom* representatives of the two sides as Mother, Three Children Die EDMONTON', Alia. W--A mother and three of Her four children riieil Correspondent Gets Drafted 25, New York City, who covered Die Korean W;if from slurl to lin- being yesterday in an explosion mid lire: ish ns n correspondent, is be that destroyed their home in south- drafted into the Army. west Edmonton. Kaplan came to the Par East mediators twice scheduled joint negotiations which did not materialize. In both cases it developed that officials of various unions involved Were meeting secretly and unexpectedly with Maggiolo and other mediators. The disputants first had been scheduled to meet at 10 a.m. yesterday. Publisher representatives waited for more than three | hours before learning that union officials had been meeting privately, nl least for part of the time with federal conciliators. Denis M. Burke, head of the striking engravers 1 local, was asked the purpose of the meeting. fie gave only this cryptic remark: "For coot! and welfare." Ti'e mediators then met separately The vicunas %veve Blair. 33; 5-year-old twins. Davii and Donna; and .Marlene, 14. The father. Robert, escaped an rescued another son, Donald, 11. An explosion in an oil stov caused the fire. subcommittees of the two Hides, and in early evening for Mngglolo said the full committees Mrs Robert 1 International N™' K Scrv cc but vvou]d resume t alk sat 10 p.m. Mis. 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