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Galveston County Daily News, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1949, Galveston, Texas 4 CENT COFFEE SALES BOOM Rebelling at talk of coffee shortages and the 10-cent restaurants are Hyman cut the price from a nickel to 4 cents at his cafe In Fader says be doesn't be- lieve there Is a and says kUU would make money at 5 cents a cup even If coffee sold for a He cut the price and said his coffee business has Fader Is shown as he served Arthur Gordon of who paid 10 cents at a lot of places AFL Demands U.S. Put End To Foreign Worker Imports Dec. 15. The AFL demanded today that the United States stop Importing for- eign farm It the born during the wartime labor is driving down living standards of American workmen and depriving thousands of them of It urged farm workers now in the United States be sent home as soon as their contracts run The federation said United States workers have suffered particularly from the practice In and LODGE COMPLAINT The APL's complaint was lodged with the bureau of employment security at a meeting of the advisory council H. L. Mitchell of the farm labor with the backing of other AFL formally posed United States employment service advise all agencies of that there are sufficient numbers of American citizens able for farm work to meet any an- requirements for power on the nation's farms during the coming and that there Is no longer any need for Im- portation of foreign therefore recommend that I no international agreements b negotiated or any other arrang ments be made during the year for recruitment of foreign workers and that th United States employment withdraw all pending certification of need for foreign agricultura workers and order the return 1 their native homes of all foreign agricultural workers now employe in the United upon com of their present Mitchell charged that imports workers are used by larg farm operators to displace and re- duce the living standards of Amei lean CITE REPORTS The AFL cited United States n ports that 90.459 Mexican national were working in this country IL of Aug. 1 under an agreement be tween the state department an Of the AFL were i legally in this country whose res denca was legalized by the national In the scores of Mexicans were hire by large date and cotton rancher American negroes and those of Mexican de- thrown out of evicted from their homi in labor camps operated by grow Former Home For Miss Dec. 15. A 20-year-old at one time a foundling offered today to take Mies Into her heart and Mrs. Betty Cunningham told police she knew the ins and outs of being a homeless and that she wanted to that pain for the blue-eyed baby girl found in a bus station baggage locker here HANDLE IT know what Little Miss mas has been and I'd know how to handle she pleaded to officers and matrons at the Strickland where the dimpled baby Is being cared Betty was ony five days old when she waa abandoned in a car back In 1929. It was five years later before she was and Strickland home attendants pre- H would be two years before legal barriers could be cleared to adoption of Little Miss IN The happy as any Was found stuffed In the metal She was in a paper ping apparently comfortable in a worn blue and pink At her Bide was a nursing filled with It was still Officers who promptly dubbed the baby Miss believed she had been abandoned by her parents only half an hour before the discovery by a young soldier who recovered quickly from the shock and called Hundreds of adoption in- picas from families of 10 came pouring in. None nnd none the little dresses and haven't been I heard about Little Mis I knew this was th baby Richard and I hava We would give her such a good and although we haven much money we have love to mak up for she is sure that Little Mis Christmas will be her mayb in time for But matron and officers just shake their heads can he for a two-year MONEY Belly married Richard ham In 1B47. They saved bought home and invested In some Fields College Idea Is Voided Dec. 15. A portion of Comedian W. C will directing of a college for white and has been cd for proposing Superior Judge William R. Me Kay ruled that the clauses dealing with creation of the from the bulk of estate are and Judge McKay Fields in his lifetime could have discriminated against all races except the but he can not n death call upon the state to undertake the administration of his affairs and supervise a corporation which overrides the ity of equality of rights common to all The will provided that the due of the estate after the death of three principal beneficiaries who were left weekly incomes should baby in But ho used to establish the school in 1.0s Angeles It religion of any sort IB to be explaining mony Is the purpose of this KENTUCKY BOURBON BLEND KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY BRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS 1XJNK STAB DISTRIBUTORS HOUSTON and forced to live under trees in ditch Mitchell said wage rates were cut from 75 to 80 cents an hour o 65 and In some instances o 45 Employment of Mexican citizens n the cotton fields of Arkansas id Mitchell drove wages down from per 00 pounds in IMS to 52.65 in Ar- kansas and In Mississippi n the fall of 1949. The also objected to ation of ahout 6000 persons from he British West Indies to work on American farms and in American ood processing These workers were hired under a con- ract the AFL vided for deductions of 20 per cent rom their earnings to pay for their and other Subversive Activity Is Seen in Military Dec. 15. A presidential committee said day there Is evidence of at lent one well-organized subversive in the armed forces and urged loyalty safeguards In the uniformed Information and education Truman's committee on re- ligion and welfare in the armed forces declared in its report to the chief executive that ing officers should be required to closer over the quality of the program and the personnel administering It. The report is considerable evidence that the the hoys movement after world war II originated in subversive sources and was spread through information and education media such as newspapers and discussion groups by men ed with these MUST TAKE STEPS The committee declared that steps must he taken to prevent subversive agents from infiltrating the program and that it must be made a weapon against persons attempting to promote disloyalty among The report I E provides a good vehicle for then it must be an good vehicle for civic en- and opposition to sub- SPREAD THOUGHTS there were no men whose thoughts were disloyal might still spread their thoughts among their fellows at work and at it Is necessary to have the program to counteract in the open what may be ing The made up of ers in religion and castigated public apathy ward the postwar armed forces and warned that such an attitude constitutes a serious threat to The report committee Is frankly dis- turbed over the alarming ference which the civilian displays to an armed force in Its midst totaling almost 50 per cent of whom are under 22 years of Principal points disclosed In the survey on which the report was based 1. The information and tion program is not operating as efficiently In any of armed forces should be 2. The most serious handicap Is lack of support from 3. There Is a serious of qualified personnel to tar the 4. The controversy about th necessity for a compulsory mation hour should be settled in defects in the operation of such hours should be Runaway Try Of Youths Ends Dec. 15 youths started back to their homu today after their runaway ended la Mo. Police fied them Fred IT. of the i Dec. 1Bf 1M9-PACE 25' 16, both of St. yout money out and their Chile's gasoline placed a telephone call St. Charles D. to his mot seph Blan live was a SCIENTISTS LEAVES are orange leaves here but not the way a fortune telle scans tea University California chemists grind up orang leaves and analyze them to se what the plant needs in the wa of SWISS AMERICAN WATCH REPAIRS The most cate foreign and American ments are repaired ly guaranteed watch repair service at close JEWELER WATCHMAKER 4I8TREMONTSTPEE1 CHAIR The famous Slumber Chair adjusts to three reclining positions for Dad's complete A simple touch locks the seat and back in the desired position an exclusive Streil Slumber Choir See our selection of these expertly upholstered in the colorful all fully spring filled A matching footstool with storage compartment in- Be here early for FROM 5495 INCLUDING FOOTSTOOL S ADJUSTMENT Position No. 1 EASY TERMS NO CARRYING CHARGE Our Christmas th r in St. A St. Louis tbe Blandford home at Mrs. Eh Word kept talking to th. the the who went to atore and found thi youths said they were their trip had cause want to for Christ are making minerals at high In less steel TAKE A TOP FROM ME To Complete Your Living Room In grey A styled channe back occasional with de moss edging an mahogany beautiful gift for th a Real Man's Chair A roomy lounge chair for the man of the With all-steel flexible pension and no-sag Handsomely upholstered fn red fringed Elegant 18th Century Chair This stunning portrait In traditional 18th Century Comfortable spring covered in natural tn lovely floral Mahogany Period Styling In this Lounge Chair Spacious with deep comfort is this Lounge artfully carved of mahogany with Of brocaded wine in Regency A perfect gift for the Other Chairs modern and period in all Price FOR GOOD FURNITURE Our Seventy-Fourth Christmas
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