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   Hutchinson News Herald (Newspaper) - October 7, 1945, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Kansas Work Hopes High Washington Kansas gen erally is optimistic about re conversion and employment situ nllon although Wichita and Law rence itiay have some unemploy the Committee for EcO nomlo Development released war workers al ready have found other Jobs or will soon be absorbed by new private Olhcrs will re turn to farms and some house wives will go off the labor mar kfl and remain at manager of the Industrial Development Depart reporting lor Dale said the estimated Unemployment in Wichita was on but was in had completed their cut bicks and that was expected to be the New he would tend to cushion the unemployment problem in Wich It was estimated the total num ber of employed in Wichita now is1 The anticipated total postwar employment would be around it was Full employment would depend on additional Industries locating in Wichita but Lylo said it was believed that conversion of war plants to peace time production would absorb to un employed within three months mild to within six The surplus cannot be accurately determined The picture in other cities In as reported to the CED by Its local chairmen or business men Abilene No unemployment since VJ day and no indication ot future A large percent of returning servicemen will go back to the farms or to One mill working half time for lack of manpower and construction workers are Atchlson No unemployment now and none in Zocal business firms converting from war work have all the peace time business they can handle and from 200 to 300 more workers are One or two additional industries expected to start Belleville There is no unem ployment problem and none ex material and CAMP SILHOUatTTE At Navy rest camp feel w In New Ovlnea Gurdsnan Dennis T of Brooklyn recuperates from itKaaow M kttb peeled Clay labor can be had at lair prices njuch construction work will be done and all men released from the services from this city can be reemployed at fair There is no unemployment now but there is a shortage of help on The major problem is to provide El Dorado War plant termina tions affected 600 workers and tljere will be an additional 200 to 400 within 60 Only about onethird are asking reemploy the remaining being house or others who are leaving the labor New construc tion work should supply jobs for Ilparly Current unemploy ment due tOjiCutbacks in war in ctjistries were 200 but this is bal anced by the work Hays There should be no un employment if material can be rjjade available for construction Hulchtnson There were 300 tftiemployed 100 of them and there were positions Some men in Industry indicated it jfceded Independence About workers released sinvc VJ day But overall employment numbers expected to be down to 300 due to women returning elder ly men retiring and some business ipen returning to prewar occupa There are more than that number of jobs There arc servicemen Irom the area but the community had a postwar program IJawrence No unemployment Lawrence Some 250 workers May be some unemployment as a result of lay at the Sunflower ordnance Many servicemen will re turn to Leavenworth Cutbacks In war plants have released 850 workers but less than 200 now unemploy An estimated are ex pected to return from the armed services making about to be absorbed by About 700 of these will be required by plant expansions and retailers and oth ers will absorb most of the re leaving not more than 200 Three hundred now are unemployed but there are 235 job openings now and an expect ed 250 By January 1 there will be no unemployment for those who want to Parsons Unemployment peak of 800 anticipated by April but it Phone Workers Marking Time Telephone union members a marking time following the fou hour work stoppage dembnstra tion Irene Flyn chairman of traffic local 102 said They are waitin to see wnether the public aware of the seriousness of th decision of the NLRB at Kearn she Members are sending wires an writing letters to senators an representatives asking them t give consideration to the QTIynn said that of 15 ope ators who manned the switch board of the Southwestern Be Telephone here during th not more than three o four were union Ther are 32 positions at the local boar and 24 at the toll all o which aro ordinarily filled durin tho busy hours ol the mornin and she Army Recruit Station Here The army will open re cruiting stations in Hutchinso and six other Kansas cities a soon as men and materials ar Francis Me commanding officer of th Kansas recruiting an nounced Hulchinson had an army re cruiting station before the wa but it was closed soon after th outbreak of The navy maintained one here until las McGoivan said sites for the sta lions already had been selected Other towns to get them will b Manhat Parsons and Kansas City Phone Workers Plan Strike Vote Notice New York of th National Federation of Telephon Workers and its affiliated union said a strike vote notice woult be filed tor telephone worker throughout the nation within 1 days but disagreed whether de mands for wage increases woulc be incorporated in the Announcement of the impending strike notice was made by Henry counsel for the Federatioi of Long Lines Telephone Workers an affiliate of the He said the notice would be for both loni distance and local operators an that demands for a wage increase averaging 30 percent would be The wage issue was denied i few hours later by both Josepl president of the NFTW and Robert chief ne gotiator for the Long Lines Tele phone expected to be absorbed in one Reconversion prob ably would not affect SO It is probable that employment at the Jayhawk ordnance plant will remain stable or increase as peacetime development gets un der are no unem ployed in SaUnu and there is not likely o On 7 800 jobs there Americans Able To Break Jap Code Twice Washington State Intelligence officers were credited by Snbath with wlce breaking the Japanese code during the Snbath told newsmen that the code was broken first prior to the battle of and that later a newlyestablished code was Breaking of the code in the first instance contributed to the sirmsU ing American victory at fabulh Surrender Tientsin Kellw Marine IBS accepted the surrender ol Jupaneto troops In Tient iln for Generalissimo Chiang Kai Postal Carriers Walking Too Far Postal carriers have enough walking to do without trumpinj up lo second and third floors o or going around to the rear of homes to deliver mall declares Postmaster Ray K He has had complaints thai some apartment owners arent abiding by postal regulation con cerning location of receiving According to no box should be placed more than 100 feet from the main entrance of a homo and none on the teconcl Where there are three or more apartments in a boxes should be grouped together and have the names ol residents and apartment numbers on Old High School Debate May Gel Together Assignment of Alvin Murray to llutchinson as pastor of Trinity Methodist church may bring about reunion of members ot tho hot shot high school debat ing team oi 28 years Murray was u member ot tho naughty negative half of Hutchmson 1917 debate along with Lewis andf Leonn Brown now ol The gallant affirmative wing of Ilils 1817 team was composed of Franklin now judge of the Renu county district Wlllard now u member of ho board of and Paul Odds And Ends Of Days News ROBERT navy recruiter from the Wichita will be at the post office building in Hutchinson from 1 to 5 The navy is ac cepting applicants between the ages of 17 and FOUR DELEGATES from the Hutchinson chapter of the Daugh ters of Union Veterans attended the 79th encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic in They were Mlna West and Algeo was elected national inspector of the womens Only 13 of the 162 remaining GAR veterans were able to attend the encamp PERFECT spelkjug grades for Obee pupils for the first month of school were won by Eugene Walter Evelyn VJary Louise Bobbie Jen Anita Vogel and Carolyn THE 15 deadline for mailing Christmas parcels to servicemen overseas is near Postmaster Ray Hockaday points He declares that few mch packages have gone througl Jie Hutchinson post office ant Strike End Plea Rejected Continued From Page One Extra Thrill At Little River Little of the per sons who attended the annual Roundup here Saturday got rtn unscheduled thrill when two racing horses ran Into the side of a car driven by oh n Little River side One ot the ridden by Deaths 1 Dwalne struck the front PMU Paul Maxwell of formerly of died In an hospital Saturday morning follow ing an Born and reared In Williams Was in tne grocery bus ness here with his the late Ed until he entered the depart He in NewsHerald tHvtatorv ment of Uttle fender of the car nnd turned a complete som ersault over the automobiles Arnold received a badly sprained Thelma Little re ceived minor bruises and shaken up1 when her horse htt the side of the Neither 0 the horses was badly bti the fender and one window o the car were smashed and the door The accident occurred when Miss Barta and two other riders racing their horses to the afternoon reached an in tersection at the same time Everts car the Roundup was complete A crowd esti mated at over viewed the lorse Horses from Ster Wichita and Newton were The Chase and Little River bands held a con The 100 horsemen ivestock and were entered n the Evening entertainments includ ed a street carnival and a dance get the workers back on the job ClOOil Workers had orders from their president to go back to work in the refin eries seized by the The navy was optimistic that work would be resumed by the strikers by By The Associated Press Altogether an estimated 000 workers still were idle in walkouts and layoffs across the with this number expect ed to drop swiftly to less than early next week with prospects of settlements in some Whether all of oil work ers who struck in 15 states for a 30 percent wage increase would return to their jobs in govern ment seized refineries remained to be aily Transcript Martlait Elmtr Jamei and Jean Hutchtnvon John U an Kathertne Claude Uutchlnion and Ellen Edward and LaVeta Kathryn Hutchrn San and Harriet Baa iltttve AMM 9o and SOJ But a Grace hol and Emeraon 220 Welt a Orace and Enoe RFD Orace Flight Officer and Phillip South St Ellia bettra fi tc and Rudolph Weit a Orace hoa t Dlrorare Aikti Marvin Coyle Virginia Ooyle President Knight of the ground ol neglect ot he believes lot haven1 jeen Unless relatives and friends of local men still over seas have definite assurance the theyll be or on their way jetore parcels should be prepared for maflihg as soon as Hockaday 1005 East reported to police Sat urday that his sons hac ieen stolen from 706 East Sher EVERETT GARDI 126 South reported o police Saturday that her yel ow gold wristwatch had beer tolen from the window sill p ler She said she laic he watch on the sill about and that it was gone at 4 Hitler May Still Be Alive London Eisenhower vas reported by the Dutch radio o have told Dutch newspaper men there was reason to believe hat Hitler was still The broadcast said one of the orrespondents accompanying Ei enhower on a visit to The Hague sked the general if he thought Iltler was I thought so at Eisen ower was said to have but there is reason to believe hat he is still But that n itself does not constitute a tuenos Aires Police Ireak Up Funeral Buenos Aires po trying to halt the wave of emonstratlons against the gov charged into a crowd nd broke up a funeral proces ian for a young student killed y gunfire during a street dis urbmice A crowd of gathered In ront of the dead youths home scattered as the police larged Another crowd of 00 at the cemetery also was dte ersed by mounted Reports said striking students till held four of the countrys ix universities which they seized arjier in the week a protest gainst the government International Oil Workers union predicted most of the 51 seized refineries would gasoline and oil be but locals declined to say what action they would take pending mem bership meetings scheduled over the In the Ford Motor company recalled some Velma AIK MCCully from Robert Wai lace on grounds of groee many Oil Custody one child to plaintiff and de delivering fendant ordered to pay 130 monthly iup port Virginia Ryan from Roy on groundfl of fraudulent 1lalnt Ufa maiawi name ot U Bowunger laidoff workers on the basis of a CIO announcement that the strike at the KelseyHayes Wheel com which supplies parts to the Ford had been termin Ford spokesmen said pro duction would be resumed this labor troubles confronted the Ford company as the UAW announced a notice of intent to call a strike of Ford workers would be filed Monday with the National Labor Relations Board to enforce demands for 30 percent wage in New York the week long strike ot involving some was believed near its end as the major AFL local voted to return to work Granted Anna Gertrude to Ron En Look For Defense For German Killer Germany chief defendant in the 3elsen war crimes listened ashenfaced as the prosecution read a signed statement in which Cramer told of sending women o their death by gas at the Natz weiier concentration The purported ob tained by Commandant Jardin of French was presented y Prosecutor Backhouse close the prosecutions case against the beast of Belsen and his staff of The document contained an ad mission by Kramer that he knew of the mass murders at the camp ie commanded at al he declared the gas cham er there was outside his juris Immediately after Kramers Thomas Claude and Kramers wife set out for miles away across Lueneburg n an attempt to find former Bel en inmates willing to testify next wiMi week as to Kramer s behavior ROW to aeorga aim niainor Traffic Court Joe south forfeited II overtime Ployd 513 East flfied running atop NEWCOMERS Jamee 30 South rom to Columbu from 827 Eatt 10th Jamee We to New Orleani 211 VWeit 8th U Oarrlion from 7S7 SUtth Billy Comb from IS21 North Hendrlclrt Jlaiue from MS North Fordi Chaplain HI berry from 201 13th Hold redge from 910U But Flrlt Stron from 105 Eaat NEW ADDRESSES Built Richard 110 East South from Eaet Carpenter Jamee 10 Weet from 314 Weet E Charlee Ken RfD Irota lilt Eatt 30th W 3110 North Walnut L 3QB from the department 31 Surviving are his widow a Patricia by a former marriage and two Jessie Williams of and Miry lUtph Unt Wayne Maxlne wife of Ralph Hutchinson naval air station died at Grace hospital Saturday She gave birth to Sept 22 ifld was to have been taken home Lang was born in Seattle She is survived fcy Her widower and the Warren ant of the home 204 Eas Fourth her and Mrs Robert Seattle and The body will be taken to Webster Sunday for Truman Betrdiler Nickcrson Truman M died at his home here Thursday of angina pectorls from which he had suffered sev eral He was born March in Jo He had worked 41 years as an operator and agent the Santa Fe when he retired in Surviving are his widow four Goldie Guttery of Meta Coggschall of San Arlene Porter of and Rosa Lee Harrington o Wichita a Beardsley and eight grandchildren The funeral will be at tfonday at the Christian church became big enough to a play mate for the oldef Later on a little joined the happy Skeezlx was a regular boy back in the He got into fights just like any other He too hard school and investigated tha fascinating mysteries of a farm during his summer But even comic strip charac ters sometimes grow and did tn high school he suddenly developed a liking for the In particular a neat looXlng blonde named Nina Sherman Shupe Wichita VP Sherman R an early day rcsiden of the Ashland died His five daughters and two sons funerals North Chemical South from 1021 Lincoln Frank Sh Gael from 1310 M Kinley 101 fro 108 Park Jonei to Klngi Garden Ills North Mam I 10B West from 3H Fifth Harlla 400 Eaat from 109 Weet 22nd L Morton to OOt North Ford Rathbtm to 730 Bait Fifth MllUcent to Eait Kim Jim Davle to HI Weet Bout Hutchlnaon Goldle Halnu to 23 Wot Ftril UyrtU 101 Gut from 407 Cut Sherman Rodman 407 Eait from 897 Stages Annual onteeoming Party Only one thing hsp sned to mar Satantas enjoyment its big community homecoming ollc Saturday SslaiHas foot all team lout to A crowd tunated at over attended o frolic which included a mile nt barbocuo iried sporU free plc ro show and a pioneer Over 300 sandwiches and 24 oljxitfee were dispensed the The coffee ran t More all cuftoman were five steers were barbe od or the free Bands Ttlclpaling in tliu clays actlvi u from and Reed Battles For Work Plan To States Washington Reed BKas polled tho unemploy ment compensation commission ers the 48 states on legislation to turn the United States employ ment service back to the Although his bill runs counter to President Trumans expressed tha Kansan hopes to re cruit virtually solid backing from the state Many of them have expressed dissatisfaction that the job placement work was divorced during Xhe war trom the local agencies which make the payments to men and women out of Beed argues that reuniting the two tasks under state direction of two lota on aoutb aide o Fifth between Maple and Wide and Edith Hopklne to 0 Darwin and Vernle one lot oc outhelde of 10th between poplar an Bait City and Loan Auoclatlo to and Row tract In halt of H of In eai and Cora Smith to Uattle A half of an 18 acre tract 1 north part of Myrtle Ralliback to Adanu one lot and part of another on fouUi of A between Plum and and Edith Adanu to Cole one lot and part o alao tract on But A between Plum and and Edna Coleman to anc Edith one lot and part of another atao tract on Bart A between Plum an Joint Winnie and Rodman to Myrll one lot on aouth aide of llth be tween Walnut and and Eitillt Rippey to K ami Clep one lot at northeu corner of 14th and Charm and Either Pence Ralph and Loll two loti and part of a third on aouth elde of llth between Jackion Van Beulah Uolrnae Roie and wrtloni of two lole on aouth of jiyd ark Drive of Edgar Swatnon to Charlu two ota on north aide ot Second between Plum and Anna Ethel and Hoy Button and Walter iiaekard and Joyce Mer cedea Knightly Hainan to tracta aouth of B and welt of Levl and Mary Nlely to tract nortbtMl wraer of 14 ot at Alfred Uram to Hilton Htnlhorn aeven and emuhell lota In tract on north or First between Van Buren and drainage Coupon Calendar Br Wat Aaaaelatfd Fwaa Four would improve eliminate any efficiency possibility and that idlers might draw benefits on the ground they were not offered suitable Al through El good jt 31 Fl tlw iugh 30 LI good Ql food through 31 Rl Uirouih VI good through Book Four stamp 98 ood for five pounds through WiofilU Salessaan Suicide Wichita Thomas Oliver city salesman for a local oil was found banging rom a joist in the basement ot his homo Lang Bow said he apparently stepped ott saw horse after placing a wound Wi g Shoes Book Three airplane stamps 4 good OPA no plant to cancel la Joe Zimmerman funeral for Joe Zimmeanan will be at Tuesday at the Methodist church lere with burial in the Sterling Fnnk KaWtr The funeral for Frank ahler will be at 9 Monday t Teresas church with burial in Teresas Reidy will A rosary service will be held at 8 Sun the Johnson and Sons day at Kay Stephetoon The funeral for Ray Stephen son will be at 4 Monday at the Johnson and Sons chapel with burial in Eastside Pfautz will Ray Redburn The funeral for Ray Red burn will be at Mitchell church at Monday with in the Mitchell The funer al party will leave the Johnson and Sons chapel at 2 American War Dads Chartered In Kansas Topeka Kansas state association of the American War of Wichita was grant ed a state charter as a nonprofit association to aid Listed as resident agent was Bert Hedges of Other incorporators are Victor Majors and Herold of Murray and Tred both of of Quinn of Arkansas Lancaster of Roy Morgan of Kansas Faulkner and Harold both of and Tins ley of Became SkMttx 0lrl who lived on a farm near Skeettx home nev er laid any claims to being glamour but the young man took to her like a bee takes to Everybody knew she was his girl by the time they were and no one wag surprised when Skeezlx artfully persuaded her to attend busi ness school in the town where he was working as a salesman for Wumple Early in like other reallife boys ot his enlisted in the He went overseas and saw quite a lot of action with an ordnance unit before returning in to marry Now the young Wallets have a little one of their and Skeezix is about to get out of the Trad ers will find him faced with all the problems that confront any young returning veteran these Takes Much Research Frank the artist who dreamed up Skeezix and his is the only comic atrip writer to create a ot characters and picture their de velopment over a period of just as if they lived in real It has taken a lot of research on the part of King to keep his Gasoline Alley always true to For he when I showed Skeezlx ana his pals working on a 105mil limeter all the details had to be exactly So did everything Ger man weapons and uniforms of ail the con versation of the terri tory If I didnt get those things I would lose the confidence of my Id be letting the boys There were no originals for Rachel and the other characters of Gaso line They were just a composite ot some people I knew at one time or King But his own Robert four years older than undoubtedly furnished much of the inspiration for the comic UN Halinlnum October Japs Fail In Death Ray Try Tokyo scientist tied for five and a half yean to develop a ray but by wari end the they could to to kill a rabbit at thirty meters in ten Their long work oh the death ray was diicloled by General MacArthurs research officers who reported that the Japanese enoutVi tl Vht terth W appropriate yen Is development in The Japanese experimented with the ray for stopping engines by prelgnitlon directed against but succeeded only against unshielded engines at hort The American scientific group with MacArthur concluded A remendous advance in techniques would have to be made before he death ray could become of my value as a military ground hogs and mon teys were used in the expert effects included hemorrhage of the lungs and de tructton ot brain Asked if humans ever had been used in the the neie told the Americans one erimenter had subjected himself o it after a few eported dizziness and fatigue asttng from 12 to 24 SJf IRWEBSDRKCtt Monuments i Express Monuments have always linked themselves with Christian intelligence and all that is We carry many different You may write tor designs and MEMORIAL Art Company 1508 Nickelson Telephone 3348 Hut Ribbon Automobile Insurance Medical Parmenta Popufcr Priced Medcla Goodpcufor Agency liBtlnmrt MAi rhoM 114 fleard About Town Vernon Reed of the former Dot is a jatient at Grace hospital follow ng an operation She s former secretarytreasurer for he National Farm Loan associa lon and is a daughter of and UP IN THE AIR Just in case you own or pilot an Our Insurance Department u equipped to furniih you with any type of airplane Call on us at any time for your ROSS COMPANY SOS Woloott Phone 1774 Moiern Benrfce tor MotJera Valley Center Resident Killed Wichita Doug as resident of the Center community since was killed when struck by car as he was crossing US 81 iory of Occupants of he which Sheriff Keith ilooje said did not are The HatduaMw Tkt etaMtMMi WajMI KneU and antared qiritt ti tkt AMMIaAM la untuauraft uad u for m antennae credited the Mat newe pub Uhid All rlghta NfUkUotUoB aaaelal aUpatchu Mnta a ar WNMMITION JrtafcaMM tYMb tWfMMVOsilir undajri aurtet MCI b one UN 1 IM t Bondu wMdMipioaii u k PrtvtnM coKly if pair flit lo rivitM ing modem btmury thai will lot for n you pajnl WlllMHf U Cut Ml IM MWMMWUMHII Ufa I   

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