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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1949, Winona, Minnesota CLOUDY, WINDY, COOL VOLUME 49, NO. 184 FM-THE VELVET VOICE OF RADIO WINONA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1949 FIVE CENTS PER COPY TWENTY-FOUR PAGES Steel Strike Delay Assure TODAY- No Subsidies For American Housewives By Hal Boyle New York Government's most forgotten waif is the American housewife. The hand that rocks the cradle may rule the it isn't get- __ ting any hand- outs from Wash- I ington. And it ap- I pears to be the I only one that I isn't. There is a De- I partment of Com- merce to help the I tired businessman I solve his commer- fcial woes. There is, (a Department of Labor for the poor j i working man. And Boyle there are so many agencies set up to assist nature's nobleman, the farmer, that he can plant his seeds upside down in a hur- ricane and still make money. But there is no Marshall plan for the matrons, no subsidies for house- wives. This is certainly undemo- cratic, as there are more housewives than businessmen, more housewives than working men, more housewives than dirt farmers. And it is the housewives who keep; the nation going. They control most; of the wealth, buy most of the goods. I pay most of the bills. If it weren't; for the financial genius of the wom- an of the house, half the homes in! America would be bankrupt in year. Rewards Slim What recognition do housewives gt Paui_w_The public examiner has no authority to investigate I get for keeping the conduct of members the legislature. I even keel? A few Und words on Governor Luther w. Youngdahl today so informed Mrs. Douglas P. I Mothers day, a half dozen batterea Qf Montevideo_ Deroocratic Farmer-Labor state chairwoman who -ked to such an investigation after charging that "a big waiter usually hands her the check, since she is the only solvent member of the family. But it isn't enough to be a bargain! basement Cinderella one evening of; the year, and a grease monkey to a! vacuum cleaner the other 364 days. So mama hopes and feels frustrated and inferior. All she is doing, she feels, is chas- ing dust and wiping dishes. I The answer, girls, is to organize.] A political league of housewives; bring the politicians running to reward you for your votes. What do you want, ladies? Free seeds for your flowerbeds? A sab- batical leave every four-years? Gov- ernment-paid maid service on Sun- Tropical Storm Bearing Down On Texas Coast Second Disturbance Off Southwest Tip of Puerto Rico NOT A FLYING DISC Cosmic Ray Research Balloon Over Winona By Adolph Bremer The flight of a Navy cosmic ray research balloon over Winona today provided an explanation, at least in part, for the flying disc rumors that have swept over the Northwest periodically during the postwar years. An official of the project admitted, on questioning, that at least some" of the reports about flying discs may have been motivated when observers saw the cosmic balloon floating through the strato-j sphere. The project, being conducted by A.F.L Leaders storm bore down on the Texas coast disc reports were] A C If I ft nBtl today. !rampant about two years ago I V VUll The storm, not yet of hurricane' volume, was reported more than 100 ect officials sat quietly behind the scenes with an explanation for at; i least some of the reports. One Passenger Died and five were injured early totfay when this New York to Boston bus sideswiped a parked truck on the Taunton-Providence highway near Rehoboth, Mass. Leo J. Moniga, 35, of New Bern, N. C., died in Taunton shortly before noon today. (A.P. Wirephoto to The j miles east southeast of Corpus flight of the balloon over i Christi, Texas, on the Gulf of Mex- j winona early this morning pro-j Jico ivoked reactions reminiscent of the I Three hundred Air Force per-if lying disc days providing addition- isonnel were evacuated from Ma-jal evidence of the relationship be- tagorda island and some island jtween the project and the I residents and tourists moved inland, discs. Hurricane warnings were put up Hiring of Reds Law Cited Banning KingGustav Check on Legislators Carried From Railway Coach from Corpus Christi to Freeport, Call Airport Vern Armstrong, assistant airport I Texas, and storm warnings other-' manager, said he received calls jwise on the Texas coast from fr0m a number of individuals re- I Brownsville to Lake Charles, La. porting objects low over the field. Scattered squalls extended oven one observer called The Repub- la large section of the western por-mcan-Herald to report that some- jtions of the gulf. One ship off the one had parachuted over the air- I coast south of Lake Charles report- p0rt. led encountering winds of 35 miles what these observers saw thi? i an hour. Winds up to 40 miles an what "at least some1' Ihour hit Galveston. the flying disc reporters have -i lobby controls the legislature. I In replying to Mrs. Hunt's letter, jthe chief executive called attention to his past statements decrying "self- lish pressure groups standing in the way of constructive legislation." i Mrs. Hunt also was reminded by Ithe governor that he has favored a lobby registration law requiring lob- jbyists to identify themselves and all legislative dealings out iinto the open where they could be 'subjected to the closest public scru- itiny." Arcadia, Youngdahl suggested that if Mrs. services for the Right Rev. JosephjHunt has any evidence as to impro- Hauck, for 42 years priest at O Lady of Perpetual Help church _ Arcadia, will be conducted Father Hauck, Arcadia, Dies; Rites Monday Hurricane winds are 75 miles per Ihour and gale winds from 38 to 75. The state disaster council, which Stockholm, Sweden co-ordinate all evacuation and weak from illness, Sweden's agingl relief services, was alerted. Red King Gustaf had to be carried Cross personnel moved to strate- from his railway coach when he arrived in Stockholm today. Returning from his summer resi- dence on the island of Oeland in the Baltic, the 91-year-old mon- arch was helped from his coach seen in the past is a shiny plas- tic balloon, about 75 feet in dia- meter, floating over feet in by his 66-year-old son, the air. That's about 18 miles up. Nevertheless from that altitude It is clearly visible and its pear shape gic points. The Weather bureau estimated! tTcoS? shiny disc float-] Corpus Christi and Freeport Unions Join Companies On Truce Plan Coal Wage Plan Progress Lags; Ford Hopes Raise time today. Prince Gustaf Adolf. A huge crowd at Residents of the southern Crown j eastern sides of Hispaniola Dominican republic and Ha: i and Pounds of instruments suspended j Fe'deTation of" Labor _thej beneath it, was first reported cit county and state govern- to to taown com- JJOminicaii repuDiic ana JIH.IU i r TT t -._ the southwest tip of Puerto release from the University of ilJ, "i-il Vy I Monday at 10 a. m. "Dearies, don't think you can't getj Father Hauck, 72. died Wednes- aD more. And you morning at St. Joseph's hospital! have to fork over any cash to Arcadia where he had been re- flve-percenters. Win Any Demand he should present it jto the county attorney of the proper for grand jury consideration. "We are happy to hear of your tbrough the Govern0r Young- Hunt ferreting ft. O.U j itilU. C11C Vi A UU I central station watched in silence I Rico watched anxiously as a larger j Minnesota airport, while the once agile king, weak land stronger disturbance from illness and 14 hours' of tra- a west northwestward along about 35 miles east of San Pedro. moved a path A" a few minutes in special chair on the platform. j The Caribbean storm, about a Sitting in the chair the king was j thousand miles southeast of Flori- to his motorcar. He raised Ida, showed evidences of hour later two men from the General Mills Aero- nautical Research Laboratories. One of them j of the flight section for the camea to ins m; bnuwcu his hat in a feeble salute and Weather bureau at San Juanjtones on his o crowd hesitantly responded at 5 a. m, following the flight of the balloon from taking pictures. Nationalists ceivlng treatment for a month after iout dishonesty m business transac- suffering a relapse from the effects iti in the local of govern- All you'd have to do to win a serious abdominal operation mcnt demand would be to threaten underwent in April. i Honesty Sought country-wide strike. No nation cani may caii at the parsonage! "Honesty and integrity is the ba-11 live by the can opener alone. And n Tnursday to Sunday and at oi aU good government, and un-l you qule wiping Juniors nose, wasn- cnurch until the time of service. we are vigilant and aggressive: i n ing the dishes, doing the' or, He was bom Marcn u_ I877i Qut dlshonest A I I M :ooking the millions Cresco_ Iowa He attended structures will be'UVK U ll of hungry husbands would march for nis impaired. E yOUieducation and Dubuque university: shoula constantly seek But don't sell yourselves too cheap. Make 'em dig up some of that filthy old gold in Fort Knox and circulate it. How about bonuses? 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