St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri on June 1, 1938 · Page 4
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri · Page 4

St. Louis, Missouri
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Wednesday, June 1, 1938
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SttOUIS'POST-D!SPATCH "WEDKBSDX5T, TUNE .1,71933, 70 UNION MEN INDICTED BY U: S. FOR TRUCK RACKET Accused With Six Others of Extorting $1,000,000 Yearly From Merchandise Haulers in New York. CARRIERS IN SEVEN STATES COMPLAINED Flying Squadrons Accused of Meeting Shippers and Forcing Payment for a Local Driver. By tha Associated Press. - . NEW YORK, June 1. Com plaints from seven Eastern states that union truckmen here wese using gangster methods "to gouge mil lions out of the merchandise-haul ing industry resulted in the indict ment of 76 men on Federal charges of racketeering yesterday. , Two indictments returned' by special Federal grand jury named eight officers and delegates and 62 members of Local No. 807 of the International Brotherhood of Team sters, Chauffeurs, Stablemen and Helpers of America and. six other individuals. ' - Each of, the defendants, 'it con victed, faces a possible sentence of 41 years' imprisonment and. fines totaling $50,000 each. They are charged with violating the Federal Anti-Racketeering Act of 1934, en forced for the first' time in New Tork State, and the Sherman Anti- Trust Act. The indictments alleged the defendants, usingforce and threats of violence, extorted $1,000,000 or more .annually from the $100,000,000-a- year business in the trucking of general merchandise and perishable foodstuffs. Flying ' squadrons of union men the grand jury charged, met the trucks of ,ou-of-town shippers and truckers at the city limtis and com pelled them to pay $9.42 apiece for a Local 807 driver, whether or not . the driver was used or needed. In addition, the - indictments alleged, "shakedowns' of from $1000 to $100,000" were demanded from shippers and truck-owners for the privilege of being allowed to op erate without interference. The complaints came from ship ping and trucking companies Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, North Carolina and Virginia. REMINGTON R AN3 RULING i CAUSES 6000 TO QUIT WORK They, Resume Tasks After Assur ance From Company; N L B B Order to Reinstate 4000 Stands. By th Associated Press. ILION, N. Y.. June 1. A "stand- up strike" by 6000, Remington Rand employes in protest against refusal of the United, States Supreme Court to review a Nation al Labor Relations Board order reinstating strikers ended quickly to day in plants at Middletown, Conn, and Hion, Syracuse and Elmira, N. y. Employes returned to their Jobs after being told that the company wouid do "everything possible" to meet demands . of the - Remington Rand Employ es" Association that the group be recognized as the sole bargaining agent for workers. Yesterday the Supreme Court re fused to review a decision uphold ing a N X R B order directing the Remington Rand Co., to reinstate nearly 4000 workers, who as members of an A. F. of L. union, went on strike in 1936. The Remington Rand Employes Association, members of which quit work today, was formed by work ers hired after the 1936 strike. Actress Lois Wilde to Be Wed. LOS ANGELES, June 1. Lois Wilde, 30 years old, movie actress, former Ne'er York artists model beauty contest winner and stage dancer, applied yesterday for license to marry William Henry Snow, 34, head of a radio recording equipment concern. , WGQDR1NS, SENATOR CLARK , TO FLY HERE FOR OPERA Secretary of War Also to Address Chamber of Commerce Lunch-end in St. Louis. ; Br the Associated Press. WASHINGTON, June 1. Secre tary of War Harry H. Woodring and Senator Bennett C. Clark will leave tomorrow morning in an army plane, for St. Louis to attend the Municipal Opera . opening Friday night.. Woodring also will address th6 Chamber of Commerce at luncheon- Friday. He said he would re turn either Saturday or Sunday making the entire .trip by plane. Clark is scheduled to receive an honorary degree at the University of Missouri next. Tuesday. He said he would return to Washington im- meditaely by plane. 1PSI OilLY TO THURSDAY'S Double-Value SENSATION! Did we.say ONE 1, Jfl.Q 1 We :s a idJXMP I v s. w s s av w w 2 bm"S0BBDJ: ':2 SMp! six A WHOLE Summer Ward- i , ,jb. , ri I - . '-'-'J M nan true 5v?i'vJ YMunjmf the Dret, ALONE. piWifS' The Dresses: J'faA rolk Dot Boleros! "tsA Dotted Nets! Redingot. . i tfteefsl Jacket D.? Polka Dfr la . ! r.i Sheer.! Velve- K "3 rtm1 Rayon Sstio Z Triw.! French Ravon 9 r so, isv. t . n , t . . . i J 20 The CoatsS Beautifully tailored of fins quality crepe! Unlined! Ideal for now and later wear! Cat Siui 38 t S3 t . it i v-h r X It A y A i mi Super-Values! 79c "LADY GLORIA" Wrap-Around SLIPS Built-up Shouldsr! Handmad Lac Trim I , Rip-Proofed Seams! High-Count Broadcloth washabl ions wearing! Open panel for freedom and comfort! Full sweeping, deeply hemmed skirt! White. Tearosa or Flesh Sixes 38 to 561 Mall and Phone Orders on 3 or More. CHestnut 6769 3 for $1.75 8r Our Other Announcement on the Opposite Page 4 J$j r-iiiiiiii1..,-. as WatcH for our "Money-Savers" each day thruout the month of June. It is our supreme effort to demonstrate the exceedingly low prices for outstanding: quality merchandise . to give you more for your money. Look for. the "money-saver" pocketbook "insignia"- it is your assurance that the merchandise offered for the one day only is a demonstration of greater value-giving that will put extra dollars in your pocketbook. "Money-Savers" are your sales. Don't miss a one. v -T" : - SPECIAL 'PURCHASE BETTER ; GRAPE LOOK 3 m A HT D E C O O L EAR THES ED RESS ESQ F A FABRIC OF tiiici: a thin DU PONT RATON i. i Colorful prints on white and natural color grounds ..All are WASHABLE! Sports and tailored styles with high or low neck-, lines, jeweled buttons, colored belts and hankies. Sizes 14 . to 20. ' Also a wide array of rayon - Bemberg sheers, spun rayons and . rayon Shantungs,, dressy or tailored types sizes 14 to 1 Jft 7S-.. jrs 52 BISELOO-SAOFORO -if Pri n n ap n n a a PtlADE TO SELL FOR 8.45 BIGELOW :ui RUG if,. If: BIGELOW l 'sUIRUG CJJ - p " ;, , 'V -r i i" '' Perfect Heaviest Quality Seldom is it possible to pur- 'chase these famed. Rugs . at such startling- savings. ': :,A , . Every Rug- bears the "Bige-low" label, standing for Al quality and durability. All sizes in matching patterns. HOOKED DESIGNS! PERSIAN PATTERNS ! TEXTURED EFFECTS! SEMIMODERN and COLORFUL TILES! 9xf0.6-FT. SIZE, Mad- ta $A ff Sill for $7.45 OmWW 9x9-FT. SIZE, Madi to $0 S7 Sell for $6.45 . . daHtl 7.6x9-FT, SIZE, Mads to $Q 0"7 Sell for $4.95 Lmi 6x9-FT. SIZE, Mad to Soil for $3.95 9xl5-FT. SIZE, Mads to Soil for $10.45 BIQEL0WS HEAVT-WEIGHT Folt-Basa Flavoring, s. yd. 01ic Mado to $n AA a-aUtJ 5.69 Here Is Thursday's Money-Saver 3 FAVORITE BRANDS NAT I ON ALL Y KNOWN FOR TH E I R STYLING, WEAR AD I LITY AND COLOR FASTNESS :.woi A. D. C. PRINTS INVADER FIELDCREST TUXEDO PRINTS 25c PRIWTEf 0 - SQ. PEEtGaALES Our "Money Savers offering for Thursday are these outstanding brands of 80-square Prints. The savings are so phenomenal, surely you won't miss it. Dtp pattern. . Stuart Patterns Florals, monotones, stripes, plaids, conventionals, multicolor patterns, geometries and dots as well as children's patterns. Grand for fashioning dresses, culottes, sports wear, sunsuits, children's frocks, etc. All guaranteed colorfast; 36 inches wide cut from the bolt. Minimum cut, 1 yard. All are guaranteed colorfast. B 1 El -i Yd. ' ; Cosy On! Easy Off! RO LEY POLE Y CUSTO r.l ETTES For Chairs 2) Forlafas Cayly Colored Cretonnes With Contrasting Cord Welt Trim Here are the secrets of Customettes good looks. Made in three sections (plus cushion covers). Arms are made separately from the body giving a freedom of adjustment ordinary one-piece "sack-type" covers never have. Pat-tented, self-conforming , Hug Flex shoulder fits thick and thin with perfect smoothness. No creep no twist-no slide they stay "put" 1 OF HORSES' DIM!! 437 Prs. Mad ;to Sell for 7C3 Prs. r.Tacfo to 327 2J8 sail for M.miV Prs. Ren;. 51.00 Grade u IN BLACK or WHITE 1CID Don't confute these - with tho nursss' Oxfords you ordinarily find around thia priest ... thesa are tho batter (rada; their stylins;, quality atnd fit will tell you that. Specially designed ' for those desiring neat, tailored regulation footwear ... but adaptable to the needs of all active feet. . p SIZES 4 TO 0 WIDTHS AATO C flOTE FEATUE5S 2 Made with built- up arch! 2 Combination last provides snug fit and prevents heel slipping. Soft, quiet rubber y heels! Flexible quality soles! FIRST SHOWING IN ST. LOUIS ! ? The Dress With 3 Fashions In 1 'TO IPS mP'e I fashioii if "-1 Fashion No. 1 With GIRNDL for corseted silhouettes! Fashion No. 2 With SASH and GIRNDL . . . worn as slip-on hat! Fashion No. 3 With GIRNDL folded in half, creating a. girndl effect that retains a slim hipline I This Is tho GIRNDL A saparat one-pieca band of akirrad Ball fabric mad with LASTEX. FASHION NO, 2 P ,u Mm (3 Traaa-Mart W D Ise. Made of Sheir Cotton Muslin dsSuavi Pre-shrunk with a new, soft suave finish that drapes soft in flattering feminine lines. "Tops" is a complete dress hitting every high fashion spot with its SQUARE , NECK, FITTED WAISTLINE and SPINNING FULL - GORED SKIRT, Floral Print on Navy, Croon, Copon Ground. 5 was 14 to 20, Esttntgn UAEtl a FVLLEU STAIRS STORED DOWN

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