Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 18, 1952 · Page 1
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"*•»>•> f »••*»•- The Weather Fair and cooler Thursday. High yesterday 88, noon today 79. full Weather InforataUoa Fan 6 Mfh Year; No. 216 Combining the Vindicator ft Republican D,:rART;-c: ; DCS MO IN£3 1 A. U R A L, TOTAL CIRCULATION IX K M M F, T C O C N T T Estherville, Emmet County, lown, Wednesday, .lunc t8, 1952 An Independent Newspaper Wetk 90*; C»ff S* THE GREAT W1IITE WAY In Esthcrvlllc is branching out from Central avenue. New mercury vapor lights have been installed (as seen above) on South Sixth street between First and : Second avenue south and First avenue south from Sixth to Seventh street. The bright lights (Daily News photo and engraving) have been Installed also on North Fourth nnd Fifth streets from Central avenue to First avenue north, South Fifth street from Central to First avenue south and south Seventh to First avenue south. Installation was completed yesterday. Suggests Way To Settle • .'*.:•' Texas' Dispute I Washington, June 18 .(£>)—Sen. Robert Taft asserted today the Republican national . committee should settle the squabble over seating Texas delegates at the GOP convention.' He objected to letting tho state committee make the decision, ., . .,;. • • . • .. ,. The Ohio senator and Gen. Dwi- ght-Elsenhower are hooked up in a close race for the Republican nomination for President and the 38- membeii'Tejuas-delegation could figure^ prominently In the final outcome. . » ' I. EH8enhoweiy_and ii .'J the'Eisenhower people • have- called 5for a; decision by the national committee on wlio should be seated at the.'July' 7 convention." i '•-. •'• ' ! * * *••'• ! : TJCEY CONTENDthe state committee is stacked in favor of Taft. One of Eisenhower's chief backers, Rep. Hugh Scott Jr., of Pennsylvania, said in Denver today that his <side "will never•comp'romiscV on 'the Texas contests. Scott said that if the .dispute is carried to the convention floor, the democrats will win the election, Under parliamentary rules, the national 'Committee* would desig- nate'deelgates to be seated at the convention, but the matter would be referred to the credentials committee whose decision possibly could be overturned. Taft' sad "in a statement Issued by his Washington-campaign headquarters: • '. * ' **•.*., "I HAVK examined the rules of the Republican national committee as related to the Texas contests 'and under these rules I believe that tho contests, on district delegates as well - as delegates at. large .should be decided by the national committee and not certified to the state committee, because theae delegates were not /'elected by district conventions.' .;. "I would welcome this treatment Turn to p*re 5, column's Long Island Railroad Resumes' Service Today New York, June 18 /P—The Long Island railroad resumed, normal service today after a two-day engineers' strike forced thousands of commuters into New .York's worst traffic jams in years, The first rush, hour trains to op- crate on the line since the walkout started were arriving at Pennsylvania itatlon wtthput jiny unusual delays, bringing relief to the harassed Long Island- «aldents. , Settlement of ihtf Krjkd came late yesterday just, as suddenly as the start of the f walkout Full agreement was announced between the road and the striking members of the brotherhood of locomotive engineers (|nd). Issues involved working conditions sand rules. Wage* were not a strike Issue. The engineers were seeking modifications in a national railway labor settlement of last May 23, which neither the brotherhood nor the Long Island bad agreed to. Water System Survey To Be Delayed Word has bcon'rocelvcd from tho Stanley Engineering company of Muscattnc which has been making a study and preliminary report on the city water system; that the report will be delayed about SO days due to "unexpected- difficulty." ' The -report was scheduled to be completed on or about June 15. •The-company wrote Mayor •Dan Howard, "as you may know, we encountered unexpected difficulty in determining total pumpage upon -which to -base our recommendations as to plant capacity. It was nec- . essary to run tests on the va'rl- >; ous *'ell pumps to determine their*present rate .of discharge at operating pressures In order to 'be Batisficd that our .tot&l pumpage, estimates were reasonable correct. This has set us back about 30 days in our prosecution of the work. , "We now have all necessary data at hand to complete our ' studies and expect to-have the report ready for presentation soon after the first of July." Robber Shot In Basement Of Bank Omaha, June 18, CflP)—A youny Omaha man, crowbar In hand, was shot and injured today when cornered by deputy Douglas county sheriffs In the basement of the farmers bank at Elkhorn. Neb. Chief Deputy Gordon Falkenborg identified the injured man as Dale Glark, 23, of 3124 Dodge St., Omaha, ,an employe of the Standard Chemical Co. Brought to the Douglas county hospital here, Clark initially was given a less than 50 percent chance to survive the bullet wound in his abdomen. He was to undergo surgery this forenoon. • * • FALKKNKBG SAID Clark hud admitted four or five other burglaries in Omaha In recent weeks. His car, bearing Nevada license plates, held a complete set of burglar tools, road maps from all dver the country, and a Luger automatic pistol, Falkenberg added, Participating in the capture- were deputies Earl Frakes, Omaha; Kandall Callaway, Ralston, and Joseph Opoccnsky, Omaha. The deputies arrived at the bank at 3:02 a. m,, in response to a call that someone was inside it. They spotted a man running to the rear of the bank,' entered by breaking the lock and kicking in the front door and finally located their man in the basement. * * » DEPUTV, CALCAWAY said he found Clark behind an old iron door and, fired ope shot at Clark when Clark attempted to hit Cull- away with a two-foot crowbar. Falkenberg said $304.46 of the bank's money was found on Clark's person. The money was re- tu.rned to the bank. Food is in the News {90<| ; .J» In the news today with scores of suggestions for cooling meals to beat si^mme^s his^t Head the food advertisements in tpnight's Paily News for ideas for tasty treats — from salads to meats. You will save money and buy the best Angry Swedes Say Russians Are Liars BULLETIN Copenhagen, Denmark, Jimp, 18 (.!')—The, Danish air force was alerted today against possible Soviet attack and ordered to join .battle "uiiliesltat- Injrly" if fired upon by Hod planes. The action was taken In the wake of the nhooting clown of a Swedish military plane by Soviet "jet .fighters over the Baltic on Moniluy and reflected Danlxh feeling 1 over the Incident. ' ..Stockholm, Sweden, June 18 fP— Angry Swedes called,.th.e.Russians 'liars' today' and- : the" Danes alerted If at- their airmen to shoot back tacked by Soviets. The Swedish cabinet met In an urgent special session 'to discuss the shooting down Monday by Soviet jets of an unarmed Swedish Catilina rescue 'piano which was searching for another lost plane. Tho cabinet had before it the translation note stating that the Swedish plane was over Soviet territory and hnd opened fire first. The Russians claim their territorial waters extend 12 miles into the Baltic. The three miles. recognized limit is TOMORROW TIIK government's foreign policy council—tho premier, foreign minister and • representatives of both houses of parliament —meets to discuss the incident. In Copenhagen, Adm. E. J. C. Qulstgoard, chairman of Denmark's joint chiefs of staff, alerted Danish airmen to shoot back unhesitatingly if fired on by Soviet planes either inside or outside Danish territory. Ho revealed that Danish military 'Units have had standing orders since March to shoot back to kill, without awaiting further orders, If Soviet ships or planes fire on any Danish unit. Both Danes and Swedes were outraged by the Soviet contention that the Swedes were at fault in the Baltic incident of last Monday. * * * TIIK SOVIET claims were contained in a note handed the Swedish ambassador in Moscow by Foreign Minister Andrei Y. VIshinsky. The note, as broadcast by Radio Moscow, said that the Swedish piano flew over the Russian-held Turn tt page S, column 5 Ike Shows He's Full Of Fight "Lcl's Down Hair" In Conference Denver, June 17, UP) — Gen. Dwlght D. Elsenhower's bnckataprc remarks have revealed a prealdcn- tial candidate today with more "give 'em hell" determination than his public speeches have reflected. This became Increasingly clear after the general talked to western OOP convention delegates an 1 to a small group of newsmen In an almost-secret meeting yesterday. . In these talks, Eisenhower let down hii hair on what ho thinks of Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, his chief opponent for the Republican presidential nomination; government spending In depressions; his; .Chances tor victory in tho convention In Chicago next month, and other topics. * * * REPORTS WHICH leaked out of those sessions showed that Eis- enhbwer believes: 1. That Senator Taft is among tho "isolationists" in the United States who want to pull back into a shell In this country, arm to the teeth, and then sit tight against communism. 2. That he (Elsenhower) Is going to win the GOP presidential nomination. 3. That he doesn't believe John Foster Dulles, Republican foreign policy leader, can draft a foreign policy plank that would be acceptable both to himself (Eisenhower) and Taft. * # * 4 THAT HE DOESN'T favor giving generals a five-star rank In peacetime because It 'could load to a rank-heavy army that might start putting seven stars on gen- orals. 0 That the federal government. states and local communities must pitch in with pump priming and work projects to help tho people in times of depression. This afternoon tho general was slated to discuss his viewH with COP delegates from Oregon and Arizona. Yesterday he talked 'with. the, delegates from Colorado, Utah and ^Wyoming, •' ' " Spokesmen for those delegations said tho general had made a strong impression on tho visitors. Their reports indicated Elsenhower might have picked up some delegates strength but no polls wore made to verify the btatcmcnia. * * * MARVIN L. BISHOP, Taft *up- porter and chairman of Wyoming's delegation, told reporters ho believed there was a good chance the delegation might decide ' in caucus at Chicago to cast six votes each for Taft and Elsenhower as a matter of policy. Bishop made this statement after nine of Wyoming's 12 delegates visited the general. An Associated Press poll of tho dclega* tlon has ahown nix for Taft, two for Elsenhower and four not committed. H. Prutt KcHBlor of Salt Uik«; City, Utah, state GOP chairman and GOP delegation chairman, said Utah's 14 votes would be solid for Taft on tho first ballot- but he believed Elsenhower would get six of them after tho first ballot. #. * « EISENHOWER touched off an uproar among newsmen covering his campaign when he attended a small private luncheon yesterday to which only a handful of reporters were invited. Apparently the general was entirely unaware of the furore he was creating. The. luncheon was arranged by Charles Lucey of tho ScrippH-How- ard newspapers which had announced Monday they had decided to back Eisenhower in tho presidential campaign. Nino newsmen out of a prcs;i Turn to page S, column 4 j Steel Industry To Get Friendly Consideration Wants To Buy Chunk of 1879 Meteor Money foil from the »ky nr- ound Ksthorvllle in Iho your I870. At lonst what did full from tho sky then can be turned Into money now. A letter received nt tho Chamber of Commerce office «tatos that n largo fire hall exploded over ERthervllle nnd ninny meteorites fell to tho ground. "Quito n few people around Esther- vlllo must hnvo pieces of this meteorite," the writer ndcl.s, "and 1 would like tn buy i» specimen." The leller naked anyone having n specimen or knowing where one IH to write Clnudi! II. Smith. Box 201, Geneva, .N. Y. Officers Take Burned Girl From Church Springfield. Mo., June 18 A' -Officers entered nn OziirkB mountain church lust night and, dcapllu protests by tho congregation, carried put n seriously burned girl who had been held without medical attention for 21 bourn. Tho church member!) hnd Bought to heal her by prayer. Tho off Icora took Ruth Carder from the. Free I'enteeoHt MlMHlon Church at Mountain Grove, Mo., and sent her lo a Springfield hospital In un ambulance. >'p V f ' 'J GIIU. wan burned about thn Jacc t . choat u/id^hpuldcrs by un oil sloW explosion at "her homo In Mountain Grove Monday night. Her widowed mother, Mra. Corn Carder, look the injured girl to the church. About. 100 members of tho congregation Blurted n non-stop effort to hear her by prayer nH Mho lay on a cot behind Ihe pulpit, Sheriff Jim Bnker reported. A physlcUn entered the church yesterday morning but mild he wan not allowed to trout her. * * • COUNTY PROSKCUTOH Garner Moody, City Miimhall Duve Hopkins, Patrol Sgt. E. E. Barclay nnd Sheriff Baker entered tho church last night and gol Ihc girl. Hospital allendunls reported tho girl was renting comfortably today, but probably would hnvo to nlny In tho hospital several weeks. Will Fly 198 High .Grade Hogs to Korea Den' Molnen, June 18, </V> A specially equipped plane will taki off from Den Molnen airport Friday with a load of 108 hl^'h Kin hogs which will be placed nn experimental furm.i In Kouth Koiei The hogs will be crossed with native swlno. The vtiluo of the animals IH $25,000. It will cont about three tlmea that much to transport them to PuHiin, Korea but UK airlift will reduce the rl«k of \utx from disease since the flight will require only about SO hours. The project In being handled through the Christian ruial over- Heaa program (CHOP) and the Hv- ungclicul and Ueformed church. Taft in Pledge To Cut Taxes Favors Straight 15 I't-r Cent Slic« \VnHhli\t,'ton, June 18 1,1V Hi-n- utor Tnfl of Ohio f«ld todny "I nm willlnK to plndirp a ntrnl|jht 15 por ci'nt cut In luxos" If IIP bc- coun'H I'rc»lilent. Tin- m-nntor, n lop cont^ndor for thn Hopuhllcnn nomlnntlon. Kitld lio conHldrrH t«snn ill prcnont lovolx to bi> Inflntlonnry. Tuft told ii bronkfiiHl ironforrnci- of hUHlncHH pa por nlltorn thiil h«' brllrVKM ho could bring itovrrn- inrnl npcndlnK down to nround 70 billion tlollnrs In tho flrnt yrnr. U IH now runnliiK iibout 8ft billion In thi> ni'oond yrnr, ho nnltl, tho biulRnt "ought to bv out to 80 till- lion" '10 billion for tlur nrini<il fort-cK and nlil In Kuropo nnd It) billion for ilornoHlIc purpotion * » » "I THINK THAT run bo done," Tufl mild. "If no. wo < - nn havi' 11 1!> per conl cut In IIIXOH." In hi" «|X'ocb, Tnft hit iiKnln til "limit gi'iioniU" ho fluid riro dom- Pontngon tliinkliiK. mul tl hlx ilomnnd for a MI- iilr power to wlop Uunnlan prcnin AH for keeping American Iroopn on the conllnontN of Kurope and A»la, the senator told the edltorn: "I don't think we nhould do It nn any permanent policy." Tuft (lino mild he doubled thn ndvlmiblllty of uny permanent law dcMlKned to meet HUCh Ihlngn nn the pii'Hetit Hteel ntrlko. * * * "I DON'T UKK ii , iwrmnnent Iftw that jtlve« the jjowrnment tho power lo fix wiiKnn, or ordor compulsory arbitration or Holsure," he Hald. "If you del Up a pi-rniMient law bimcd on rompulHory nrhllratlon. you Invade u larife field of economic freedom and brlnir, an end to collective bargaining, x x x I think there arn wome thliiKi than Htriken, and one of them In tho deHiructlon of fri'pilorn." If conKrcnH does decide to li'Kl"- lale In thin field, T«ft mild, It might have to coiiHlder n Imii or llmltallon on nntlonwl<li> barKiiln- lri|{. HP mild It's difficult to draw up a law dealing with that. And, he Maid, he In nol hlmnelf HiilWNllnn any mirh law, At the moment, the Monnlor mild, he believe* I'rc»ld«nt Trunuin should Invoke tin- Tuft-Hartley law In Ihe ntei-1 ntrlke. * • » TIIK HAHIC QI'KHTIO.N tin country and ,'OMKienH have to fm-e today. Tuft (ol<I the buiilniim editor:!, IH the flucal »ltuallon. "We have a Iremendoiin budget thai ImpoHCH trentendoun bnrilen/"," he mild. "I think It la IncoiiMxt- ent with the continued exlntenre of a free economy If It n"' H on." There IM no pnycholoirv of wiir, no pwychology of xucrlflre In evidence now, the senator »ald, yet (In- country U miked lo r| year nd Idlllou dollaib In th nliiK July 1. In 1U18, Taft. went on, the federal government co«t nix per rent of Die Income of the people where,,* Ihe H. r > billion pioKnun that I'reKldiMit Trliiiiiin wantw for the year nheud would rout 2U per cent. Hlatc and loc'il nover(inient». he iialfl, would conl another 7 or H per cent. * * * IN rO.VritAKT. Taft «.,id. In h»« Been annlyKi'H by ei orioiiilxtn that iiirlve at the fl(fiire of 2"i per cent of Incotin.' an "about tin- limit you c«n t^iku from people for government." (il'-iit lirlttiln In titklnu ii)>ou' 40 p«T cent, the senator mild, and the n null "In a bo(.-KlriK down of the pruitr.iin and • ven Mr f'hiir c'hiil KI errix uimbl» lo pull thi m bark from u i>o< lolint glute," On artuiil |iropo«ul.i| for triin- Kovermnont npi-u'llni,'- Taf itaw hlin»«'lf «n<! fji n. Dwi^-ht f) Eisenhower, hl» liu<lln^ rlvnl for thu repul/llcun nomliifition, u» not too f'ir apart. While Kitcnhowi r uan <|iioh(l once in talking about u 10 hilliun dollar cut In tiix.d 'J'afl * il •ft-niii he meant n 40 billion nl.uh In epi titling in*te&(j. * * * TIIK |l»l»rK IN cuttuiK «p«/i'l- InK, Ti»ft »nliJ. lif« in "ibl< Ir. u» deffnvv pro^ruin - I'\i f, it it u to<j large." Of the *.", hil prci«<«i-f| for the t-uoilny thi.- fK'ftutar «4i'j. 6^1 blil)orij« art fur th f>:n«i- ur.'J 2H billion dol- luri* tuf domi'ntic protfrurri* Ihi*! h«- trlriioi''il ftut>»ti»iiti£iiiy Bo, h, ool'l, ri JucliOM muni b« ,- in th- dvferiin: <n<J uf it. Ami on that, the m.tutor ttxik lhl» TWO AUNUJ.US PAKK BOYI, (left) and Dick'Buck, display a, Btrlr,^ of 10 ba*». und saiatoiouth, caugtu. off Hlsbmy (Viatoo AmoJ4 pboio, PuiJy New* Ii is one of ttw b«jt »»rbf btw c*tcbe» reported to date In the low* Great Lftke* regioo- "We tittVt: been bulldiiii,* up with- any clc<tr ccncvpt ol what wi buiUiirti; up the urruy uiuJ navy for. We havi- no ckar (dta of what we would do 1 1 1 u viur trigun Tbln concept U dominated by Ihe lunt U* (*»ie I. (l)nly News etm' MAKII.VN III TTKHriKl.t). daughter of Mr. nml Mr» l-'n-d nullorflolil. left Munitiiy for HI. Pnul. Minn, where nhe will nt- tend niirneH* triilnlliK cchool nt Hnmlln unlver.illv .Ml»« Hut- lorflold unuluntetl thu Vfiir from Molllvor hlith neluml. She wan viiledlctoi Inn of her l'hic.1. Kindergarten Entrance Age Is Discussed Mont itchool ndmlnUlrrttor« agree that the entrance HC" of children Into kindergarten nhouUI he advanced but agree that public premium, tradition and belief that the Nov. 15 nln In law I* mandatory hlnilcr Much ULfllon. TbU la the conckmlon drawn by Harlnn hl«h nohool ofriclnlu following n rotnpllttllon of entrance ngr <|uentloniilrc» to 10(1 Iowa nchool Huporlntondi'ntu In town* ranging In i»l».« from 2,000 to 10,0*XI population. Knpt. N. K Peinoncy witu one of the 115 nuperlntonilrntH who returned thn ritienllonnlrcK. Tho compiled ronuttif. recently ro- loaned, nhow Hint over Iliilf of the Mlporlnlendcntn favored netlliu: nn enlianco ngo at five yearn of ngo on Hop!. I. However, ni-nrly half of their nchoolx continue to line Nov. 15 an the dividing line. ft * * THU LAW NOW rrnilit that "no child nhall lie admitted to -iclinol work for tho year Immodlntrly pro. ceding tho flrnt grnilo tinlrnn he In flv« your* of ago on or before the 16th of November of the current nchool year " Al ii regular meeting of ilio board nf education here thin month the <jijontlon wan diiu-iinn*'d and the hoard iigrei'd that the program now In UNO here lit Hatltf at I 'try and no action WHH tiikon. November 15 In Ihn (lull! used here. However, noine nchooln arr moving thin date buck lo Kept. I or 18 Haihin high m-hnul'* <|uontl<iiinlr» when compiled nhmved lluil K nf thu W, anuwcfa from miperlnl* nit- enl/i favored Hitting the d.iln nt Hopt. I. * * * TH'KI.VK U'OI.'l.ll *.-t Ihe nil" for entrance Into klndi-r^'Hrleri it! five year* on July I nnd I'.' would ml II lit five vnirM on Nov. 13 Klf- lien other Hiipormloiiili ntit wtml'l net thi' age ul five yi-nri on virlou-i ilntvn riingirvg from hi |.t. ID to Ui'i: 3 1. fli-nnonii given by lh>- >i2 nu|'<-rln- ti'lideiitji fuvorlnn Hej;l, 1 n» Uii 1 dividing line of .if < Iniludid "\V« find a (Hilly d> finite n.r lelntion lit t),i» pirind of life I,. Iween clll onolui.'i'',il Jltfc. deyr 1 *' of jih)Mli/il development uriij rin ntnl '<(,'•' " "All »|'i-ri,ili»t,i In child cdijiati'/n that I kno'A' of, Ini' hiding r;ur IirAit di |,. ut in. i,l fif |nil.||. limtrui'ilon a4vi^f uif.ii;is*. -in i-titranii,' .iX> L of le>u thiin five VI.IIH "ThM '.vould iiiuK* 1 liw-sn -i|\ f(jr flritt grade | «ti|| f...| thii a, lot of our < ye IrotiMc with children i* C'iUietl by eatly eittrutnci' 1*^:0 in uur "Chllilun will t." when utiirtlni; flr^r tin y vvill not only (j in Uie Kruiitu hut *<'liuol by hj\!rl h ' tl.i: «i* or O X"K><' I (" rt ulnng hvll ul^u In high » UK'' " HI 'KUI.N TKMIJ.NTS 15 n H th> drvitlin^ "I hive futil;.] it l,.tt«r til l,*v> ei* iiionlh.H diff'i'is*.^ irt a^;^ t-vth ww>» l/uci to i.iK' >t f..-* »tml.-ni» iiii.mrd wun th': otjivrt why arc a h a pu|>il not "Th.' la uM*j to do I also um lit the u;-imon Ih^t »•• h»v« A nututii i-r <;f t/ujiiU llt»t nr>- rxtdy t/y Nui IS -mU »i/u!<l r« lull In a prooleju if not ucrmitttil lo tlilif B< l;O«l " "A Itappy mviliutu btl*»«ii St I aii-1 Jan 1 Those fnvurin^ July I gavu fuiiowing iiiw.', r.-o . "Kr*c<ircb shun t th»t tii-*t tulta in Uu May Be Permitted Price Hike Strike Settlement Miial Come Firat Id, CT» — \V»*hln*ton. J John L. l*w» Inc CIO »(#«lwt»rfcMa hU mlnr wnrhrrn »r» *t* rtiht with you" a union In ffvttlnr tip linn ilnlUr fund to win thrlr »trlh*s Iff U Pot- Wiuihlnjrlan, Jun« I*, onomlc *tftt>IIU«r Ilofftr nntn »nUt today the «<*«! IIAJI been niuurcd of "friendly «) inpi»thr>l|r" conniairntlon of • ntrrl prlco boost If » strlM MtU«* merit |j» achieved. Putnam told a n«rw» confvr«A<« Hint hi! nml John It. t)t*«lmaji. ml Ine dflfrnin? mobi)U«r dUcu»»«4 (i $4,80 a ton Inrreiwwi during th* nefrotlnllons which broke down 14 liny* ng" Hut I'utnnm «nld th« mentioned "among 1 oth»r nml nothing wtui Mil ltd," 1'utnam'n nUtomcnl — p«th*p* ilritlitnrd to priwS for s ntUlem«nl— came Agnlnnt thi* b*«*ffroua<i et other dcvttlopmcnU: * * • I TIIK U-IIAY «Ulk«l of 100,040 CIO »ti-«twork«r( WM beginning to pinch munition* production §*r« lounly. A plant «t Ct«jv*UMnl h|Jt. ••d making of rooftir »1>«U4 and two flrtnii iti Detroit «*M Uwy would »uon h*ve to *top nuUttng rwki-U. In Addition to th« ttrlk- ITH, more (hnn 100.000 wochtr* la nllled Induntrlri wer« Idle b*e«U4J eif Iny ottt. I 1 , While Hou«fl tftlk* w«m gi>- Inj- on nlmird at making arrmngu- iufni.i for reopening *om* plcntj unrlrr a «|>i:cl«l unlotvm»OAg»- iii'-nt «grR«m>mt to produce tt««l fur llio moflt vitally n*«de4 muni* lluria. Uovnrnnicnl offlclaU Mid miulr nnd iomn definite *nnouac«- iiu-nl might camti lat*r In lb« tUjr. * » * 3. TIIKUK \VKKIC cign* Uwi mli;ht KU along with tb« u mi vud; to r«|u«it that I*r*«)4«tvt Truman ti»r cmergcnry pruvUlon of this Tnfl-lUrtlry law In »n «f- fort to f t the mill* r<rO5>«n«<l, Th« law ji.TMiUji thn guvnrnmvnt to «<><-k u court ordnr, good (ur 10 diiyi. iiKnlrut » strike whlx-h cr»- dtifl a rmtlonnl emergency. No h»un" vote WILS «»|>«<:t*4 txlutt toniorruw. 4. Tlif hou/io Ub«r coounUtii« \i>(,-(l (tint (he w«g« •t»t>UUo4l«a Ixmrd (WHH) nhuuld tx «t>«4Uh«U. 'I'll'- l/-j«r<t lim been un<Mf <:oo- p;ri nntonal flrn fur Ito r»«o»m«o- 'IiUoni In (lie *t«ul cuir. pft/lRviV- urly Ita pr<)[iu«l fur « union *hop ./IK. rri|ulrlng alt l«i j«.|c» the unlun. • • • I'l T.NAM MAID thai wh*l |iri> ••• im rnuo d tie 'inii thing lh»l i»nnul bo •«tt- until rn«nag«mcat r«*ch«j • tru' ( ngrcrnirat with U>« Urt- nii'l lirlngx to «'.*tj|IU*Uon of- U lu rct>4orui (or r«*- I i-.ti '"I'tir/ may bo compelling M^ri>, ' J'uUiam added. "I ilun't knuw wh«th*r I wouH !••' inipi«-M«d 13 worth. $4 wort* 01 15 wurth. Ji dr|icntl4 un what Knowing U in<tU< Hut we h»v« Ul th* •(*«( |.,i,j,i.. kfinw we'll give then * fru i.'ll;, AIIIJ dynip^th^Uc hrdrlng Ihry'vt: .aiwlc « >nltUm«nt,* Li>cal Boys Mtiy Tackle Channel Next i Toru hi i, cwluiu I Jtooert | A -e t'rarn«r, U, »fl4 J*y H<trkl«-y Jultojtaa, 9. tw»m fiuin Kurt (>odjj« (Mint OA W«*t t>k»!-ujl (o the Roof G*rJ«n at ArrujUU t'»rk In about 30 mln- ui.d ;hu morning. DUt*nc« U ubuiit two mlltu- T^»-tih.,r with Bob Uat»d«l- tmum. (heir jwimmlnji ln«truct- or. who ruweU r«tw»eo lh«m in th'-y ««*m. the lw» boya still h.i.l ccu-rify |«ft ov«r Mt«r th« trip *crtt«j. tn«de without tau- i.hiny bu*l or 5 round tn rou*-<- The t"J>» «fr e<4U*lly Ku«4 oa vmtiir oklU, U U rcpvrUd. i(4<U-rt U llic *on ol Mr. »n4 II r» Wuyue Criuuvr «,ad J»i U the aon o| Dr. And Mr*. O. B- Johtulou, butA a| whom ara U villa it Ihv tUU

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