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Troy Record, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1946, Troy, New York The Weather Cloudy and THE TROY RECORD Now Uon to Pram Any Hold In 23. u it Uu I N Undir Act of 3. I N. SATURDAY JANUARY 26, 1946. 1'ubllrhed Dally V Except Sunday FOUR CENTS UNO Agrees To Hear Indonesian Greek Cases London United Nations Security Council yesterday ordered formation of a global agreed to consider on Monday Greek and Indonesian and political issues described U Imperiling Russia which earlier in a note to the council had declared that Ian charges of Soviet Interference In Iran's affairs were reserved the right to oppose anything more than a for- mal hearing of Iran's The note declared that pending tions could best be bottled by two- way and that the council should not In a the scheduled an organization meeting of its military chiefs of before Feb. 2, and set next Monday for tackling the issues raised concerning Greece and The decision to give quick tion to these matters came on a motion by Edward R. American member of the 11-nation who declared country Jn the United Nations with a com- plaint has a right to be at this British Foreign Secretary Ernest drawing attention to the of said he was tired of these charges by the Soviet Union In about British actions in that country that he was glad to have the situation aired Invite The council adopted an Egyptian proposal that the who are not of the bo Invited to attend the Monday Thus those three nations will be given a chance to express views on controversies in which they are directly It was the Soviet Ukraine that filed the Indonesian T h e from whom 'the ore seeking IB a member of the During the discussion on the council's Soviet gate Vishinsky said bad weather between Moscow and don might prevent Soviet members of the staff from arriving in time for the first meeting of the high nnd replied with n on Page UNO Claim Union Differences Narrowed Deli oil Wage negotiations between the C. I. 0. United Auto Workers Union and the Foid Motor Co. were recessed until next with i that the an hour ence had been nan owed Them was no from company or union the session this week wab ad- union which originally de- manded a 30 per cent wage rate increase has to settle with Ford for about 36 per cents an the company has with a of 14.-J per cent 01 17 cents an The union demands on also have been cut pel cent to about 17.1 per cent. What the company has offered has not been disclosed but the ators were also A mun merely that is being The conferees will inert again the eral Motors strike which has kept idle for 65 days was making itself felt elsewhere in Packard Co. began laying off assembly line workers as Us stork of connecting rod obtained The first of ard workers scheduled for lay-off during the ensuing week were scut At the Motot Company's Houge in workers were laid off because of the sterl try Another arc to bo released next rently is employing 110.000 BACK INTO THE Stars nnd Burs of the Con are hauled down to be replaced by the Stars and after residents of N. voted 90 23 to rejoin UK 85 years after the community's Wire Marshall Acted on Short's Resignation One Day After Telling Him to Par Washington Maj. Gen. ter C. Shoit told the Pearl Harbor Committee yesterday that Gen. George C. acceptance of Short's retirement re- quest one day after had told me to stand and to take no action toward leaving active 1941 Army commander at Hawaii and a witness in the investigation of the Dec 7, 1911, previously hus con tended that the War Department singled him out to be the The 05-year-old retired removed from the command ly after Ihc Japanese used documents he said he got from War Department files to round out this 1. He lead in the morning papers of January 25, that the Roberts Commission appointed by President Roosevelt had found him and Adm. Husband E. commander of the Pacific guilty of of He telephone General 1941 Chief of Staff and friend of 39 years immediately and Marshall told him to stand 3. The next Marshall sent a memorandum to of War Stimson saying he had told Short take no action at the present we had not yet had an opportunity to read the proceedings the but that am now of the opinion that we should accept General Short's on Page Fingerprints Found on Ransom Note Chicago Detective Lieut. Timothy O'Connor announced that experts had found fairly classifiable fingerprints on a ransom note left by the kidnapper who hilled and dismembered six year old Suzanne 7. conferred with top law enforcement officials after ing from Washington whore he hart taken various scientific study at tno labo Thereafter State's Atty. William J. Tuohy directed that the ransom note bo away from Neither Tuohy nor other officials hinted whether tho fingerprints had been traced to any Beat Second Term Its stand flf Inat Houan cf Representatives an amendment which would Governor Ellis Arnatt lo run FLAVOR yon buy Club Ale nnd prefer Rail Brotherhoods Defer Signing Wage Arbitration Chicago of an agreement of 18 railroad hoods and the nation's to arbitrate demands has been until spokesmen for the disputants who declined the use of their last A labor spokesman said the con- hit a snag over details Ihus preventing the signing which he earlier predicted would be Action on posed rule changes will be deferred until he Participating in the he will be the carriers and three operating and 15 ing railroad Two of of the big live operating he are out of tho agreement being These are tho Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and the of Locomotive These unions are arranging to poll their nationwide memberships on strike The operating brotherhoods usk wage increases of 25 cents an hour nnd Ifl changes in working The ask 30 cents an hour more and 45 rule Tho railroad said these wage de- mands would cost them more a Charge FEPC Blocks Labor Law Washington land told the Senate that the Fair Employment Practice and the minimum wage are being used to prevent passage of legislation to end industrial it is a Eastland said of mow by southern Democrats to keep the FEPC from coming to a is a filibuster wilhm a Eastland said the Committee had reported mil a to raise minimum wages from 40 to B5 cents an hour of re- porting out legislation to stop labor He charged that is the strategy of the C. 1. O. to pre- vent Congress from passing labor to bring back Eastland said that when the minimum comes the Senate floor he will attempt to sub- mit substitute measure to settle the strife between labor nnd Earlier the southern Democrats let Senator Smith speak for more than an horn in of the measure to set up a permanent commission with powers to prevent racial or After a hasty the decided their position would not be and Senator who held the ed day brought no prospects of on end the filibuster which has up the Senate since Jan. 17. Opponents of the belittled the possibility that any acceptable com- promise could be worked Pope Pins Extends Dispensation Vatican tion of the Council announced yesterday that Pope Pius XII hud extended tho dispensation on ing for Catholics until disposed Tho dispensation originally was conceded on Dec. 10, 1941, because of forced the clergy nnd laymen lo forego mal The said and clergy urge Catholics to for Iho apostolic concession with charity and Trillium Names Wyalt Housing Administrator Washington man yesterday appointed his ing Wilson W. of tho National Housing effective 1. former mayor of who was brought in recently to push home thus will have charge of all activities in the housing A housing agency source who not to be quoted by name said Wyatt had found self handicapped to seme extent by lack of John B. the ent housing will go to China shortly to set up a budget system for the Chinese the White House One Person Killed In Argentine Outbreak Buenos Aires One person was killed and six were wounded last night In gun battles between Communists and supporters of Col. Juan candidate for The Peron returning from u where they suw their mnn off on a speaking met Communist sound truck followed by a car of and tho Incident touched a series of A dispute between two political groups supporting was tled then the Labor ty nml the Renovation Patly dissident group of Radical agreed lo jano as vice presidential was the of tho Renovation Party which nominated Peron for Workers Return Fla. L. Lewis returned yesterday to the can Federation of Labor which he split asunder a decade The big man who created the C. I. and then left It In u huff over the 1940 Roosevelt brought his United Mine Workers back to the parent ation and was quickly elevated to a scat on the policy-making tive He would not have come back without that place the 15 all-powerful union heads on the Previously he turned a cold shoulder on out un assured council A. F. L. President William mindful of the stories that return to the federation boded an end to his reign of more limn two emphasized he would re- main as Lewis will be the 13th vice but Green said the line of succession to the presidency is not Green made the announcement of to a of Ho looked almost Speaking he said that action was Emphasis on might be as a move designed to place the house of labor in the 72- year-old A. F. L. is significant in this That the membership of the ers of the country are more and more emphasis upon the need of unity and It will have a profound effect upon a united labor interpret this step taken by the mine workers as evidence on their part of a desire to wipe out division nnd establish There was no mention of C. I. is locked in postwar wage struggles at C. I O. unions are striking in meat General and similarly came to grips over pay in the oil and glass Gieen has mude of the absence of strikes among A. P. L. Lewis has a contract which can be if he prior to April 1, hut he has not on Page Government Seizes 11 Meat Strike Still On Wai erf Fire Destroys 4 Piers On Island New York wind-whipped waterfront fire which destroyed four Stalen Island injured at least four firemen and sent up sheets of flame visible for thirty miles was control it last Acting File Chief Frank who directed the four-hour by of firemen operating more than fifty pieces of land equipment and four parts of the wrecked pieis would continue to burn all All the piers destroyed in the five alai in were owned by tho Baltimore Ohio Railroad and freigh motives hurriedly pulled 350 freight cars to safety from the ered adjoining the Coast Guard vessels and 14 commercial tugboats aided city in extinguishing the lames from the water The cause of the fire was not Damage was by police and flro officials at a maximum of half n million Resigns Canadian Post London of Mal- colm as high sions in Canada was announced ast night hy tho British onb On completing his year term in of the late Prime Minister J. Ramsay will ho by Sir Alexander assistant In the dominions G.M. Oppose Washington The Senate bor Committee heard R. J. objections to the fact-finding yesterday but halted his leading of a statement when it developed into bitter attack on Senator president of the C. I. O. United Auto had copies of his statement to committeemen and It said that the G. nnd lay a tmp into which President Truman has The Thomas Vandenberg's that the President call a labor management He asserted the tor that the automobile industry wanted the ment conference to The in- he sure that no agreement would be and that theie would be legislation proposed by Mr. Truman if no agreement weie Thomas contended that the posed fact-finding was the re- Thomas had developed only part of this but had other derogatory references when the committee I members stopped him in the mid- dle of his third Senator Morse made the first calling the testimony and Senators Smith and Taft quickly joined in the Chairman Murray finally Thomas to cease his attack a senator who is not here to defend berg is a delegate to the United Nations meeting in not a committee Thomas a liim to questions of Senator as to UNION LEADERS DISCUSS MEAT president of the A. F. of L. Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of and Patrick discuss the meat strike situation in son's Chicago I j W T whether any new labor legislation is Senator Ellender asked Thomas if the could do nothing hut let General Motors and the union it think it's got to be sweated Thomas said think the best thing to do is leave the situation alone if we are going to have n Senator Fullbright asked Thomas whether he thought the present strike situation was a benefit to the right now but in the long run it will Thomas testimony followed that of President Charles B Wilson of Motors who likewise opposed the Wilson argued that ing impedes collective bargaining and makes it difficult to reach ri cement in labor Wilson asserted tint hourly mended wa by the increase Motors fact-finding board has led unions to hold out for a at that Under lie said he would not be willing to submit the Motors strike to unless gress said that was the thing to Wilson denied General Motors had participated in any joint in- action against labor or was party to any or corporations to fight the C. I. 0. wage Morse Code Signals to Moon May Solve Age-Old Question cess In radar contact with Hie moon described night as an solving the question whether human life exists where than on This Is the view of Harold air cations officer of the Air when queried as to further growing out of the Army Signal Corps announcement that ft had achieved several radar contacts with the moon since Jan. 1C. McClelland told a see no reason a form of Morse cods by radai could not be transmitted to some of the celestial bodies about which conjecture has been that human life sufficient power could he genei to got signals out through millions of miles of to reach the intelligence could be simply transmitted by such if intelligent human life beyond tho su h had developed techniques to our H. E. principal omer of the U. S. Naval pointed out that conjectures have been that exists on the planets Mars and He declared that Mars had a thin enough atmospheric envelope to admit passage of radar if sufficient power generated to span the miles between the earth and Mars at their closest point of Flench New York prosecution witness told the Inter- national Military day 47 American and Dutch flyers were and stoned to death at Mauthausen murder and said the Gel man people knew of the misdeeds of their masters in Nazi tion The Maurice once a at also declared the that trian murder camp executed fifty Russian officers and political com- as n special treat for rich Gestapo Gennan were not ignorant ing events in concentration were divided into work most of them were sent into to work side by side whom we told what was I picketing of Western Union's main office yesterday into a series of which resulted in the anest of nine Several according to the police re- were The most serious disturbance after noon when 55 uniformed policemen and tives flourishing nightsticks sought to protect groups ot workers at- to enter and leave the Three mounted policemen edged their horses into the broken forcing many to scamper for One Michael said he was stepped on by a Mra Sadie 50, fell to the street because the said her legs had been one of our I number would be summoned fiom work to lie He testified that the and Dutch at ausen the of Sept. 8, 39H. They were and dressed to enter the d twenty policemen on Lawrence publicity of- for the cations Association I. which in their ha called out members in New York and New Jersey in a wage dispute with Western told the from a sound ti uck The were taken before the that some day next week a picket told they were I line would be established condemned to death for trying to One re- quested the privilege of dying a but he was The group was still to the bottom of a stone man was then loaded with and had to go to the top of the all 186 Lampe said first trip each man earned 25 to 30 to of They were beaten all the They to i un back down the second the loads were heavier The blows on them and stones The Army reported that pulsed nt speed of miles a tile roundtrip in two and ft half Astronomer Burton snld he be- it would bo virtually sible to contact Venus by be- cause of that planet's extremely dense that while It is generally accepted that human Mfo does not exist on tho it may bo that lower forms of exist he be- cause the moon has little that there Is no there nnd hence no forms of Rut a topographical mapping of the moon by radar might reveal Hint signals be Wr them Is moisture In the might And that planets of tho lunar weie at The same process was repeated the whole evening the party in which I was working came from the and climbed the steps which were covered with I almost stepped on the jaw of a bodies weie lying there and the died the following Of tiie executions of Lampe said he watched the Russians kiss one another well they were marched singly down the to the tion Prosecutor Charles Dubost de- clared that the similarity of of torture in all pied countries of Western Europe proved that orders to employ brutality came from a higher nei haps even from Goering himself as war Swiss Feel Tremors Switzerland tremors toppled scores of neys and In Sittou Police snld there was no lews of Tremors Listing four lo felt in a number of Swiss at p.m. local Somo of Hern lied to the when thoir houses hut many tilans did not the which a would not Eight of the persons arrested weie on 4100 bail for ings Jan. 30, of the was scheduled later Meanwhile the company sought a order to restrain the union from mass picketing using sound trucks nnd violating the company union con- company has asked for this injunction in order to protect its employees from acts of violence and intimidation to which the union is now T. B. i company vice i The order is in state i respondents and and of the Fabricators Seek Wage Parleys tug steel now five days was no nearer settlement last night hut a group representing 50 steel cating and processing firms moved Workers Remain Out government seized at 12-01 a.m. today 11 meat packing including the nation's five all of which have been tied up by striking A. P. of and Union workers since Jan 16 Gayle G. government representative for President man and the Secretary of took over possession of the plants without formal ceremony through each company's whom he had designated as his The head of each company had been earlier to display the United Stato flag and post the official notice of said lie would I deliver subsequent orders to the company heads who would in turn delegate authority to plant of- the as Union of United Packing House Workers yesterday refused to order their to return to hut officers of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher men on Thursday ordered their members to return to work for Uncle Sam in a A. F. L. Consents to The A F. group consented to work for at existing wage awaiting out- come of hearings by a federal finding but U. p. W. de- clared its membership would not return to work assurance from fhe union's wafre demands would be put Into during federal occupation of the The government seizure was at a.m. in the Eastern Time Zone then ward at hourly intervals in the various time Eight other companies listed in the original seizure order Thursday will be signed up this Armstrong when their officials reach Possession of the plants included all real and all supplies and articles of and processing of meat and meat products on rage GOVERNMENT Only U. S. Loan Can Save Declares Socialist deputies de- clared yesterday President Felix Gouin had told them that only a loan of from the United States could save France from financial The Socialist seeking to win complete port of a drastic financial aimed at halting pleaded with his members to the plans of Piene Mendes an Independent Socialist and finance mini- ster and minister of economy under Gen. Charles de- The Socialists said ed financial and food situation and de- an ultimatum that he would supreme court next General of the program was announced by all three major the Socialists and Popular Republican Movement but for quick of a new cabinet ened hist night when Gouin an- had declined to become finance minister in his Gouin saKI France declared because tho Radical Socialist Party hud decided not to participate in tho to their own differences with the C. I. Steel The of directors of the Industrial whose member companies in the employ around 000 recommend wage ations he resumed Individually whenever tha union inn km n C. 1. O. President Philip In fi earlier regarding the situation confronting the snld the union has been nfid Is now prepared to engage in col- lei The was j last night in Iho auto Held with the layoff of at Church Directory Clarified Comic Crossword Enough Markets Obituary Political Slage to remained Of the People On Inside Pages at coal mines and on fuel carrying railroads and reports from scattered areas showed the age was rooking Itself felt lu other Kadio Sodal Sports Page 6 16, 17 15 13 8 12 8, 13 18 8 8, 1.) 5 4 14, 15 13
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