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SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 1, 1942. PART II. flog Anocleg gimeg City Facing Milk Famine Producers and Union Agree on 24-Hour Truce as Strike Looms Los Angeles at midnight last night stood just 24 hours away from a possible milk famine as representatives of the Milkers Union, an A.F.L. affiliate of Dave Beck's Team- i sters' Brotherhood, agreed to a 24-hour armistice before calling a Southern California strike for milkers pay of more than $200 a month. Delay of the proposed strike was agreed upon after representatives of the Milk Producers Labor Council and representatives of the union had spent the entire day in futile negotiations at the Los Angeles Labor Temple. OFFER REJECTED The milk producers announced that they have offered the milkers a pay increase of 12 per cent as compared to the government estimate of a 7 pen cent increase in the cost of living, but this offer has been rejected. The Milkers Union is asking for a fiat increase of $25 a month per man plus a bonus for extra poundage of milk produced which would raise monthly salaries from $140 a month to more than $200 for the average milker, according to the producers' estimates. As the negotiations proceeded, it was announced that the price of milk in the Los Angeles area would be raised one-half , cent a quart today. The new scale price, approved by W. J. Cecil, director of the State Department of Agriculture, will be 12 V4 cents a quart at stores and 13V4 cents a quart delivered. Half gallon bottles will sell for 24 cents at stores and be delivered for 26 cents. The price increase was authorized upon a showing that increased production costs already make it necessary for farmers to receive more money for their product. BECK DENOUNCED From Sacramento, John Watson, former president of the Associated Farmers of California, scathingly denounced the strike plan and Beck. "The granting of the union demands under the circumstances revealed in Los Angeles would be one of the most shameful chapters in the history of organized labor," he said. "What it means is that Dave Beck can now move his office from Seattle to Los Angeles and enjoy the same success in Lo Angeles that he has enjoyed in Seattle. The only ones to suffer are the consuming public and the farmers." Producer spokesmen said that Governor Olscn spent most of the day in conference with Cecil dis cussing the milk problem. 7T W it J 1 Iw I III I : : 'm:- ' it nil m :i - 1 jI ' 1 1.'. - i ,1 ill. i'i 11, , '3 el W J $1 p ; i m HALF CENTURY Eastern-Columbia's height-limit store at Ninth St. and Broadway, which along with eight branch stores will celebrate "50 Years of Progress" with sales. Downtown Store Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Founding Establishment Begun as Little Clock Shop - at 556 S. Spring St. Develops Into Modern Concern Fifty years ago, today Adolph Sieroty, a pioneer merchant, opened a little clock shop at 556 S. Spring St. From this modest beginning sprang the Eastern-Columbia Department Store, one of the city's 1 - " ' ' sands of dollars had been expended on improvements during the past few years and that efforts had been made to place outstanding values in stock, even to such scarce merchandise as radios and home appliances, for the 50th anniversary sales. "Eastern-Columbia is in a position to start its second half-century with some of the finest facilities and merchandise displays in this city," he said. Sieroty pointed out that because of the scarcity of some merchandise the store's buyers considered these anniversary sales as golden opportunities which may not knock twice. The sales, he said, will reflect the store's policy of low cash prices. The store will continue to offer liberal payment plan and charge account privileges. the milk problem. They added that the Governor would ask the War Labor Board to intervene if the strike deadlock remains unbroken. Leon Henderson, National Price Administrator, has been keeping in close touch with the situation through Harry Camp, regional director for the coastal area, who has had an observer present at recent meeting-?. NKGOTIATOKS LISTED Those representing the milki producers at the meeting yesterday were Clifford Kenworthy, chairman of the Milk Producers Labor Council, of the Supreme Dairy Farms; J. M. Rosenbcrger of Adohr Farm. Ted rtouma, a dairym.m, and Fred Carter of Ardcn Farms. Adolph Sieroty leading mercantile establishments which tomorrow begins its 30th anniversary sale. ''During these 50 years while Los Angeles multiplied its population some ."50 times. Eastern-Columbia has kept pace," said Julian Sieroty, son of the founder. "New departments and more employees have been added until today our company not only operates the big store at Ninth St. and Broadway, but eight branches as well." Sieroty commented that thou- Razor in Bed, Wife's Plaint Pleidaes O. Lumpkin yesterday was sued for divorce by Johnnie May Lumpkin on grounds of extreme cruelty. The wife's complaint: Pleidaes. who threatened to kill her if she left him, slept with a razor under his pillow every night. City Council Rejects Local Option Plea A recommendation that the State Legislature be asked to pass legislation giving cities the exclusive right to issue permits for the sale of intoxicating liquor, or to revoke or suspend the same, has been turned down by the City Council. Boys' Week to Be Launched in City's Churches April 26 Boys' Week, the one period in the year when boys rule, will be celebrated this year from Sunday, April 26, to the following Saturday, May 2, it was an- iwjimvniiiiK mi- union "''Cinoun(.(j vpcfpninv James Ballou and George Leon- no". , cstmiaJ-ar(j , Simultaneous with the an Federal conciliators present nouncement of the date, new of were John Daley and Lyman ficers for the Council for Promo Siseley. The negotiations fumed today. will be re- Kiwanis Clubs Unite for Talk on Indies Special busses will transport members of West wood Kiwa-nlans to the Piiltmore Wednesday, when the combined Westwood and Los Angeles Kiwanis clubs will hear Dr. Arthur W. Steiner, world traveler and instructor in the political science department at the University of California, Los Angeles campus, (-peak on The Dutch East Indies." tion of Boys' Welfare were named. Arthur Read Hewitt, one of the founders of Boys Week in Los Angeles and . treasurer for many years, was elected president, replacing Dr. James Stein-berg, who was selected as chairman of the board of directors. Joseph Scott was re-elected vice-president and also renamed to the position as general chairman of Boys' Week. James G. Warren and D. W. Tontius were elected vice-presidents; G. E. McPeck, treasurer, and G. M. Hoyt, secretary. Special emphasis will be placed this year on Boys' Day in the Community, which will embrace boys' part in defense. The annual week will open with Boys' Day in Churches, under Co-chairmen A. L. Miller and Clifford W. Huling. Monday will be Boys' Day in Schools and Safety. Edwin C. Franklin is chairman of the schools portion of the program, while Chief of Tolice C. B. Hor-rail will be assisted by E. B. Lefferts. Judge Charles B. Mac-Coy and Jack C. Dcderick. the following day is Boys' Day in Libraries, In charge of Hubert B. 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Fischer enumerated a number of efforts his concern had made to engage in war production but without success. DETAILS LISTED Among other things contract applicants were informed, he said, that they must have a minimum of 63,000 square feet of floor space in order to get certain contracts, their storage rooms must have at least 10-foot ceilings, floor load ratings must be 250 pounds per square foot, a railroad spur must go into the assembly area and all buildings must be of modern and serviceable construction. Fischer said he could not understand reasons for all these requirements and asked the Senator: "How about eliminating 90 per cent of the red tape and getting the job done?" Ground Course Announced to Train Women Pilots Registrations Set for Tomorrow at City College With Class Limited to 50 and Flight to Follow YOUR TODAY KMTR Kfl iFSD Kfl KECA W KTVO T kmpc T kifvTkfw? 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