Manitowoc Herald Times, May 16, 1946

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Manitowoc Herald Times (Newspaper) - May 16, 1946, Manitowoc, Wisconsin ' * - /    I    -i    ]    ,    j1    j    J    j    .    j    -    -    j    ii    '    i    -MANITOWOC HERALD-TIMES STATE HISTORIC MADISON. UIS. Fort) -eighth Year—No. 178 Associated Press MANITOWOC, WTS, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1S46 Pries five cents HONOR DOCTORS BACK FROM SERVICE—At the Holy Family hospital Wednesday rnx^n, the } -; i: * .-aff hern a four Manitowoc physicians back in private practice Horn service in the medics ; corps wit! a dinner attended by staff doctors Dr. E. C. Cary of Reedsville, chief OI staff, acted as *. Mr aAei Standing, left to right: Dr.. N. C. Erdmann, Di. Cary. Dr. L. W. Gregory. Seated Dr R. W. Hammond, (left) and Dr. R S. Simenson. (Heraid-Times photo) Submit Coal Dispute to Arbitration^ Is Plea Federal Union of &5r"; Deadlock India Announced Suggestion is Made Truman; Deadlo Railroad Parley U. N. Adopts Secrecy Rule Attlee Reveals Six-Point Plan A six-point plan London. .*f For a federal in nr‘..need rn mons today Attlee Published « vhite papei jp bv a th non to Indi 'ess ft ieade; Can Deny Record To Group; Gromyko Back The United My th* Auocultd Prate President Truman asked John L. Lewis and the soft coal operators today to submit their depute to arbitration as the rev ived peace talks seeking to avert a nationwide railroad strike Saturday ended in an apparent deadlock. Lewis and Charles O’Neill, rep-anon of India was resenting the soffcoal operators. Nations security council today the house of com- will give Mr. Truman their deci- unanimously adopted a secrecy iv Prime* Minister Sion on his coal dispute arbrtra- rule w hich would permit the coun-tion proposal at 4:30 p. rn. Mam* s a government to woe time today. plan was drawn The chief executive made his *-man cabinet mis- suggestion at a morning confer* follow mg its unsuc- ence in the White House with the negotiations for Indian two men. themselves to formulate i p an for Indian independence nim they felt, *>• -es ovei night con- said he wanted it agreed that rule tnd an interim government to ferences with their associates, that No 53 of the batch proposed t<> pvifc. l&JtrLC fa caUiLUiLon .the coal negotiations up 4** Mow day.” should be interpreted very Ais being drftftwl ^nd sdoptfd. nsd iornpl6til) broken dov^ n 3nd literally bv the council* The plan set forth these six that further discussion was use-po infix:    lese I, Establishment of a federal Representatives of the Brother* union of India embracing both hoods of Trainmen and Locomo-what is known as British India five Engineers said the railroad and the 600 princely states of In- negotiations had “broken down’’ toe New York. i.$*< cil to deny the lecord of a private meeting to every U. N member not represented in the lunation council. Paul Hasluck, the Australian Conference of Ministers Ends; lo Meet June 15 Discussion of Reich Treaty is Unsettled; Russ Agree To Plan By LOUIS NEVIN Paris iA*1—The four-power foreign ministers council spent three hours in almost fruitless discussion of Germany today and adjourned later in the evening until June 15. when they again will attack the unsettled problems of peace. Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov agreed to an American proposal to end a four-power commission to all four zones of Germany to investigate the state of German disarmament, an American informant said. But this proposal was thrown out by U. S Secretary of State James F. Byrnes se vet a1 days ago to counter a Soviet objection to Byrnes offer of a 25-year foul-power mutual assistance pact to guarantee the continued disarmament of Germany. At that time Molotov had objected that Germany’s present state of disarmament should be studied before such a pact was considered, and Byrnes had proposed the commission. Today Bi itish Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin finally registered London's approval of the pact proposal. Fiance already has accepted the proposal. U S. Secretary of State James F. Byrnes, described by his associates as deeply discouraged by Major Seeks (Washington Man To Spend Last Confesses To 19 Days with Wife ^rme(| Robberies Police, FBI Arrest Hardesty at Foundry; Fled State Prison A 28-vear-okl foundry worker CRIES AFTER CIRCUS EQUIPMENT BURNS — Edvvardo Zac-chim {righti. cries as he is questioned by police after his “Human Cannon, w hich he uses in a circus act to shoot his daughter Victoria into the am. collided with a gasoline truck in Gary, Ind.. and burned. Zacchini. w'ho was driving the truck with the cannon mounted on the real enroute from Chicago to Detroit, estimated his loss at $50,000. (AP Photo) 26 Die in Airliner Crash; Army Plane Rams Hillside Sin Francisco, tipi—A tall, ruddy army officer, determined to spend the remaining years of his life by the side of his w'ife in a Garville, La.i leprosarium, was undaunted today by unofficial w'ord from CarviUe that his request prqbably would be denied. This possible set-back came as who escaped from the Washing* friend* of 65-year-old Ma). Hans ,on 3tale peniten t iiir\ at Walla George Hombostel. a veteran of ,x- ,,    ,    , ,n,, two wars. pushed his petition rn " alla Jul> 4' l«44.»lth another Washington. Surgeon General convict, came to the end OI the Thomas Parian was among those trail in Manitowoc late \\ ednes with w'hom the probably unpre- day afternoon, cemented request was taken up. He was picked up bv Manito Mrs. Hornbostel, who is d2. de-    .•    ,    i nj „. veloped skin trouble while she "{K P^f and a1.1 B1 aM>nl al and her husband an army en- bls    here hncl t his noon con- gineer, were prisoners of the Jap^ fessed a S6,OOO* robbery in Detroit anese at Santo Tomas in Manila last August and also 19 armed However, physicians at San Flan- robberies of grocery stores rn cisco hospital where she is in isqe Seattle, Wash. fat ion believe she contracted the He is Harold Ray Hardesty, a disease long before, probably native of Seattle. Wash., who while doing research with her came to Manitowoc two months husband among Polynesian peq»- ago from Minneapolis with his 22-ples. They point out that leprosy year old wife a Michigan fain: usually does not manifest itself girl, who he married only last Oc-until from five to 20 years after tober. and who was ignorant ol exposure. Although she suspect- his life of crime, ed leprosy while at Santo Tomas. Hardesty, who submitted to ar the confirmation was obtained rest at the Wisconsin Aluminum here only a week ago.    Foundry plant shortly after 4 Not A 'Martyr'    o clock yesterday afternoon, saio Major Hornbostel has no *hat ‘n the, netn l>' two >!ears J}* doubts about his decision to join d Deen fiee» a(lertl^cf, his wife at the leper colony. wal1 at n'«ht at the Walia w,alia “I don’t consider myself any Accident Occurs After Take-off Richmond, Va., tipi— Twenty- Pilot and Co-Pilot Telephone For Aid Fairfax, Calif., biPi— An army delegati and only council mein-Mr Truman sam tire twx> told der to speajt on the secrecy rule the failure of the conferees to|*€red reach any basic agreement during three weeks of negotiations. _ , v as said to be convinced there Richmond ^ and piunged ^into was no other course except continued effort to compromise the- martyr by asking to be with her as long as we both shall live,” he said. “I’d be unhappy without her and she’d be unhappy without me, and that's all there is to it.” He envisioned his own future at Carville: “I ve done a lot pf things in ASKS STRIKE CURB Washington. (iP>— Civilian Production Adminis t r a t o r John D Small asserted today John L Lewis has thrown industry into “chaos” and called for legislation outlawing strikes foi at least six months. Small said in a statement that Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers, “pulled the switch on American industry.” Lacking any sign that label will now agree voluntarily to a holiday from strikes xxx. or that management will* agl ee to voluntary arbitration. I am forced, as a private citizen, to the reluctant conclusions that legislation is urgently required Small said. He added, however, that hasty legislation “written ana debated in the heat and rancor of an emergency is alrriost always apt to be bad legislation ’ Andrei A. Gromyko. Soviet delegate who returned to the council session today, voted with his colleagues to pass the rule without further discussion. Gromyko walked into the council chamber alone and vkas seated when the session began at 9:05 a rn. Manitowoc time. The new French delegati Alexandre Paiodi. wras seated in place of Henri Bonnet. French ambassador to the United States Mexico still was represented by Rafael De La Colma, sitting instead of the newly-appointed permanent delegate. Luis Padilla Nervo. The council immediately took up the proposed rules and there was no opportunity for Australian Delegate Paul Hasluck to ask Gromyko how he thought his absence from the council sessions affected his Big Five veto power and what legal effect he believed it had on meetings of a short-handed. 10-nation council. The Russian deli gate boycotted the session last week in protest against renewed discussion of the now quiescent Russian-Iranian issue. Wine Incident' Brings 556 Fines dia The union government to hay e control of foreign affairs, defense and communications and the pow er to raise money for those purposes. 2, A central executive branch and an all-India legislature. Any major question before the legislature would have to have a majority of the whole legislature for passage and also a majority of each of the tyvo major parties in the legislature—the predominately Hindu Congress party and the Moslem league 3 Ail other subjects of government — t he residuary pou er — to be vested in the provinces. 4 The princely states also lo retain all powers not ceded to the union 5 Permission for the provinces to form regional groups which likewise would have executive branches arid legislatures. Each regional government would determine the subjects of its common administration 6 Inclusion in both the union and regional constitutions provisions under which any provincial legislature could, by majority vote, call for reconsideration of after they offered a modified the constitution after the first IO wage increase proposal and the years and at intervals of IO years carriers rejected it. afterward.    Shrike    Se!    For    Saturday In the railroad development, A F. Whitney, president of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. said the nationwide m work stoppage of 250.000 trainmen and ‘locomotive engineers was    still    Stanuls    Bar, Two Rivers, ana set for 3 pm.    Manitowoc time    her bartender. Raymond Suid- Saturday.    zinski, were each fined $50 and Whitney and    Alvanlev John-    costs by Judge Beet Larkin in ston. head of    the Engineers    police court al Two Rivers this union, told reporters they offered    morning. a modified wage increase    pro-    Tne pair pleaded guilty to Washington, AA — The army'posai for a minimum increase of charges growing out of the sale has asked President Truman to ll 44 a cay as compared w ith of a quart of wine* to a juvenile direct i*.t drafting of men aged their original demand of $2.50 a member of the Elkhart Lake 25 through 29 The request was daw    high school band, during the made because of a ‘prospective They said both sides W'oulri re* music festival at Two Rivers last replacement shortage resulting port lo President Truman that Saturday. from the stop-gap revision of the they were unable to agree.    Siudzinski    was    charged with selective service act a war de-i Also attending the morning the actual sale of intoxicating li-partment official said today. White House coal conference quor to the minor, while Mi's. He said the president might were Secretary of Labor Schwel- Stanuls charge was permitting act today Officials have estimat- lenbadh and Edward * F. Mc a minor to loiter and remain on ed that th* existing pool of men Grady, special government con- the premises. Both defendants rn the 25-29 age group totals only dilator.    indicated their intention to pay. about 15 000.    None would disclose immedi* The appearance of the pair lit The army will continue    after    ateU what w*as    discussed at the    court today was brought about June 30    to discha ge    men    with'Conference.    after an 18-year-old member of two >eai> af service or a point Whitney said the operators’ the Elkhart Lake high school sc it of 40. “can make no prom- offered notning beyond the SI.28 band had purcha.>ea a bottle of ises ato led icing the release a day recommended by a prest- wine from Siudzmski at the requirements to 18 months the dential fact-finding board. The Washington street tavern and officio said. He added that the anion rejected tins earlier.    then, after leaving, shftea the demobilization program will be    May Saixa Lines    contents with two other visiting continued as    promised    in Janu-    j There still was speculation,    band    members, ary by Gen    Dw ight    D. Eisen-    j however, that government seiz-    The    three boys    became    sick hower, pending further    action oniure of the lines might avert the    and their condition    and    th*    fact the draft    by    congress.    walkout. President Truman    said    that they    had been able to pur-1 President    Truman halted the previously he would take    that    chase the    wine at a Two Rivers drafting of men over 25 follow- step if necessary to keep trams tavern, was reported to police mg surrender of Japan, and offi- running    by Two Rivers high school offi cials >aid anotner order from the John L. Lewis president of rials Police then took the boy White House to selectee service the .APL United Mine Workers to identify the person who had is necessary to Mi tnt ban. 1 (Continued en Page 4, Cpi 2j ‘told him tnt wine. six persons were killed today in    four-engme B-17    with eight    per- the crash of a southbound char-    sons aboard ran    out of gas    and airliner    which ran    into    crashed into a hillside    three trouble a few minutes after its miles west of here early today, ... T,    .    - takeoff from Bvrd airport near    critically injuring the pilot    and I    e    wr    en    stones:    Ive a co-pilot    been    a mine superintendent;, I ve rain-drenched    stand of    pine Fate of the others was    not im-    ^een    ^ explorer and    a depart- woods in a vain attempt to re-    mediately learned.    ^en    nea°» f11** *ve    served in difference*'which^havtrsDlit lh, ,uin <° ‘he field.    The    pilot    and    co-pilot ctawled '.he VTV an? th® •'"ari“« roTP«, t western Dowers a id Russia    The    twin-engined    Viking air- out of the control cabin and tele- 1 been a forestei and a chief ■ '    ,    *    * liner came to arief in the heavv Dhoned at 3*05 a rn .Manitowoc    police——and    I see no reason The ministers approved last;nn . ul * to in    F*U? ?    u    u mu    »5‘whv    I shouldn't be damned aood night Bvines suggestion that the overcast about    12:10 a m.    Man-    time to nearby Hamilton field    ^y l gouldn t lae damnen gocM council adjourn until June 15 andthrough the    that six persons    some of whom    pollce    or    even    a    mis the conferees were    readv to re-    trees and burned on the *°88>'    wer* allve at tbat t^me* were    i! T,    .    co    . . Ms ac soon us discussion of the    ban^ of a creek only a few    trapped in the big bomber.    The blue-e>ed    52->eai    old    wife fprman one * inn *    ic finisher!    thousand yards from the airport.    Fourth air force headquarters    be married    33    years    ago    feels the DiobabW today    “msnea,    The airiiner ieft Newark, N. J.,    reported the plane, bound from    | same way. In recession the    foreign min-    earl-v last n^ht for Atlanta. It    Los Angeles to Hamilton field, biters wUMeave iinsettfed the P>*‘ mU'    “nd    oK    °uf' ,°hf    gas ,and, PLaced same problems which .mpelled aga'n aboatK    rn heavy time of the crash at about 2:50 thru- current session-the ques- weather. The ceiling at the air- a.m Manitowoc lime.    .........------------------- ------------------------------ tion of Austria, which the KUI- po‘ “f,,!    , ”j    “f*n    .- tk,' j    J”* »eo‘ch pat-    roses brought by her husband without an alias In that span o and 200 feet and visibility ties hunted for the ii recked    says he’s had his fling in was at Denver, Detroit, Seat Harold Ray Hardesty zen Wife Wants Him “Hans is ready now to be retired from the service.” she said in her hospital room, filled with prison, he had used his own name h« says ties had his fling in was at Denver, Detroit, Seattle, sians flatly refused even to dis-    ,    ,    ,    .    ,    ....    ,    ...    .    ,    ,    ...0    -....... cuss Trieste, which Britain and wSfk.on5.fA1C wbe^ she toolt off- P]a£e-    ‘    ,d    no    burn* ai^d life and that he wants to be with and Minneapolis United Ctatoc .newt    ani    Tb«    CAA    said    the    plane    car-    at    6.15    am.    Manitowoc    time call- (Continued on    IO    Col    .ti    Confuses    I to *1 tah'1 lwhI Ie *the R^sians^nsfst ned 24 Pa^en«ers and a    crew    ed for torches to cut thi'ough    the it must eo ui YucosUna free- of twa A farmer* Willaim    Wa'J,P|anes hul1 to ,he tr«PP«d men- dom of navigation on the Dan-, ‘on who liv“ near 'be 3cene *5 Ham,l'on f.‘fld , eported >' “ aa ube. which the Russians refuse to.»e£*J°    all persons aboard 26 bodies—20 men, three women, were army men. and three children.    The    pilot    and co-pilot were County Police Sergeant H. W. takeif to the Hamilton field hos-Henshau went into the crash pital. and a public relations offi-area and counted 24 bodies, 20 cer said they were tpo severely in the wreckage and four more injured to give a coherent aeon the ground near the charred count of the crash. He said one airliner. Moat of the bodies were had a fractured skull and the badly burned, he said, and there other a broken jaw among other Establishment! was a possibility only one could injuries. of a union-controlled health and be readily identified. whlch^ar^mted^negolS^    *A?”^nsp “ Debate Legality of    a new SSSd 7or“pe“%a^U food «e obfrtin^ $4 542 12 in cash and in the shit coal industry—emerg- Glendale. Calif , operated    non-    MrCnrfhv CnndiHnrv    consumption,    despite    shortages    in    \    . ed toda'j as a leading issue in the scheduled air carriers    from    mCUarrny V^QnaiaaCy    grains    and    fats    at    home,    and    a , Hardesty is being held as a anthracite contract talks.    Grand Centra] air terminal, Milwaukee  The lesalitv bun£**y world abroad.    ugitive from justice and will The AFL United Mine Work- Glendale, Calif., to Phoenix'.    candiS’acv    of C^cuit Judee* That 18 the «ist of a reP°i1 pm t    t    "    ^    £ els made the demand upon hard Houston and New Orleans and    Appleton    (™m thp    ^ultural    ™ b{v^Manitowoc pol,ge or re- coal opeiators in a five-page “om Los Angeles to Kan^s,^    Republica!    nomination    ^conoipics* which bases its fore- xurn 10    waua piuon to senator was write into the Balkan peace treaties; and international freedom of commerce with Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary. Welfare Fund is Chief Issue in Coal Parley New York, rP)- (Continued on Page 19. Col. 3) U. 5. Eating Way To New Record Post Mark Despite Fats, Grain Shortage Confesses Detroit 'Job' Questioned after his arrest yes-Iterday by Police Chief J. J. Kup-lic, Detectives Frank Tomehek (and Elmer Scherer and Elmer Madson, FBI agent at Green Bay, Hardesty admitted his escape from the Washington state prison I after serving two years of a 20-year term, but was “mum” on i the Detroit job. This noon, how-ever, under more grilling, he confessed the robbery of the safe in the Mills Bakery company office Washington, (Ab - The United |n Detr,01t' where he was former-States today is eating itself into a new record for per capita food consumption, despite shortages in grains and fats at home, and a of Men 25 To 29 Prospective Shortage Results in Request Operator, Bartender In Court Appearance Mrs Emily Stanul, operator of statement made public yesterday City, St. Louis. Chicago, bV Thomas J. Kennedy, UMW Pb»*- New Orleans and Los An secretary-treasurer, after four ge^es-previous negotiating sessions had failed to touch upon the issue. No specific terms for setting up the welfare hind were out-, lined. Authorities Probe Death of Woman, 55 Sun Prairie. (/Pl—Dane county authorities were investigating today th* death of Mrs. Barbara Mautz, 55. who was killed 2 Youths Die in Auto Accident Two are Seriously Injured Early Today Cedarburg, f/P:—Two Milwau for U. S. senator was debated cast of record-breaking domestic complete rs term. ifoi J. Stearns and Harlan Kelly, Mil progpects for comjng months. 2008 Marshall street, and is em- informalTv vestmdav~'bv^Pcrrv food consumPtlon in 1946 on thei Hls Wlf® who was livjn« Wlth mi or mail} > ester aa v ^ciry year»s statistlcs to date and the hirn ,n a two-room apartment at w’aukee attorneys. Stearns, who also seeks the The bureau, a branch of the ployed in a west side laundry, is not being detained. She was mpmhpr^nf tt^Tvrnn°Huh that 'bumper quantities of most foods brought to the station this morn-Sr the • meQu>iXaf worts ' a“ expected to be available to for qtiestioning and ins,sled of section ten of article seven of nieet the nation's unprecedented she knew nothing of her hus-Ihe^ state coLtitution the votesI«PP^ite. But it predicted never* band’s robbeiy activities. Har-cast for a circuit judge running theless ,hat consumer demands desty toldI the officers thai he did f“ anvthing except a TuS *iu outlun supplies.    no, confide to hts wvfe that he Office shal be trnd    11 estimated the per    capita vol-    was an escaped convict. Kelly, who. is supporting Mc- umt °t ,food consumed    will be 14    Fashioned Keys earthy, declared that the United P61' c,ent fea,cr than    the aver:    Hardesty was commiHeed to    the ■ States constitution, not the state a«e for the Pre-war    period of    Walla Walla penitentiary    follow- fall from a moving tn Killea in a kee youtts were killed and two constltution governs the clee- 193d-38. tick dnven others injured seriously early to- “ns,,‘u,lon- .*ov®,ns tbe ,e!ec; s,.n»n o> her husband, Joseph. 56, neat day'when’their car crashed into**100 c" a senator He insisted that ing a series of robberies he com-. Supplies during the next sev- mitten, most of    them alone, of here yesterday    IJT'    a......IPk. *;7 r^Pw    it“h«d beendeiidrt    ihat    fal    n’onl,hs are expected. how-,Cashway stores    in Seattle. He Coroner E A    Fischer    who °    t*aVy    l'8htPolea af,er lea'’    the U. S. constitution    prevails    evcr' lo drop below the yearly made his escape    from the prison coroner n. ripener, w no ,ng the road on a curve.    d    .    th    nothing    in    that    «vera8^    ievel    because    of    season-    in    company    with    Edward Yager, announced    he would hold an in-    The dead were William T.    a.^u1 *bat law of^ the fand” to all>’ smal> Quantities of some    a -lifer." The pair scaled a high quest, said    Mautz stated his wile    Simmuns, 20. driver of the car,    prevent the McCarthy candidacv cereal Products, potatoes, sweet    wail hut Yagei in the jump frac- 1 i {eil    .or J,iumped    lhe    and George W. Rumsey, 20. The    McCarthy has the endorsement |Potato«s- meats, fats, sugar, can-    (Continued on Page 19. Col. 5) injured were Milo G. Ffaten Jr.,    publican    o™a    ned    and    canned    flsh cab of the truck. 21. and Lennox Birckhead. 21, platen suffered internal injuries. Birckhead face and leg cuts and possible internal injuries. They were confined to St. Alphonsus tion. The Weather Against relatively short spring Cflvs W..U.. FnHHpH and summer supplies in these I.    orders    CRTinea items, the bureau said, will be To Guaranteed Wage record or near record per capita    5 quantities of vegetables, poultry.    Atlantic City, N, J., (/P>—    CIO eggs, flesh and frozen fish, can- President Philip Murray says with even cooler weather predict- wa,wce no urn a ow cwmivui k  w.. c    _______ ned fruit juices, cheese, fluid milk Americans are entitled to a mimeo for tonight bv the weather,.    ..    .    ,    .    ^*n.r«uy    r«r    nmigm    .na    r    n-    milk products.    and that his United Steelworkers speed of the vehicle at more than    5A19“11Y cooiar aouin and    bureau said 1946 produc-union would consider a demand ported temperatures as low as 32 *2 J™1** hour. Hoffman said t x *    Lak^    tl0n °f f°°dtcr.°Ps ll^sltock 14 lhat kllJd of pa>’ m 1947 contract A cold law wind blew off the took up the pursuit when the    ■>*“    now estimated to be about one- negotiations, lake most of todav as citizens Simmons ca, roared through an ™cmg«m    I    third above the average for 1935- It is the opinion of your offi- eontinupd to nilp ,-n^i min thpir arterial at a speed he estimated Hourly temperatures from I p. 39. If this estimate proves cor-:cers that the steel industry can furnaces    °    "    at 65 miles per hour.    rn. yesterday until noon touay, reek 1946 food production would pioneer in the field of minimum Hoffman said he chased the by the Herald-Times recording about equal that of 1943 and bef guaranteed wages,” Murray told other car south out of Cedarburg i thermometer: Temperatures Drop; Cold Spell To Last Temperatures dropped to 43 de- ,    ..    .    ^    . gl ees rn Manitowoc last nigh, h“pdal at Pof7 W“h”gtfm1;. r. 5 even cooler w eather predict- !T a *ce nonman# e i d g FurniJihed b the r s weather Bureau.    'Z2ZZ' for tnnieht hv th^ u'Mih»r policeman, who was following    and    cream,    ice    cream,    and    skim    mum    guaranteed    annual    wage bu,eau. At noon it was 50 d?- lhe Simmon, car est,mated the G««ally i«» iomght and Fn- „i,u    ..a    rn.    .......... glees. Northern Minnesota re-  _______ ______ ___________ scattered frost except near Lake POSTPONE TRIAL Bad Nauheim, Germany, (AA— The trial of Col. James A. Kiiian miles he slowed for a curve of Highland Park, 111., former which the other machine failed commander of the Lichfield re- to negotiate. All four youths were inforcement depot where Airier- thrown from the car. Simmons lean prisoners declared t h e y * was killed outright and Rumsey were treated brutally, was post- died in the hospital several hours pm. 51 a p.m 44 pm. 50 IO p.m. 44 pm. 50 ii p.m. 44 pm. 47 Midnight 44 pm. 46 i a.m. 44 p.m. 45 2 a. rn. 45 P rn. 45 3 am 44 pm. a 4 ft.rn. 44 The -high mark a exceeded only slightly by the the Steelworkers’ third biennial I am* ^(record production in 1944 and convention yesterday. 7 5 m. 47 l945-    The CIO leader said he favor- s ft m. 49 Government I i rn i t a lions on ed an annual wage determined 9 ain 53 ^ supplies of flour and other con-i by collective bargaining over one IO poned until June 17. later. j day was $4, the k>w 36. ii a m. 54 sumer w'heat products will have fixed by legislation. He was re-Noon so no significant effect, the bureaus ferring to a presidential commit-ago to- said. upon per capita nutritive tee currently studying th# feast* (supplies for the year as a whole. biiity at such issr* ;

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