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   Sheboygan Press, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1949, Sheboygan, Wisconsin                                12 THE SHEBOYGAN WIS PRESS WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 1949 Berlin Rail Strikers Get Back To Work Order Columbus journalism is a house divided against itself Editor Louis R Seltzer declared last night The Cleveland Press chief said the newspaper business needs the warmth and understanding that existed between management and employes years ago Seltzer spoke before the gates to the American Newspaper Guild's annual convention American journalism too long has been a home divided against itself It Is regrettable that the guild and management still look upon each other as Seltzer declared The American Newspaper Guild has fought a gallant fight to improve conditions under which newspaper people work I A group of about 50 Berlin railroad strikers sit on bench in rail yard the morning of June 28 and listen to an official reading a back to work order The rail tie-up came to an end as these and other strikers went back to their jobs and the management resumed control of West Berlin Wirephoto via radio from Baby Is Holding Its Own Against Strange Illness Lake Wales Nola Frances Land was holding her own today against the blue tinge illness which brought death to four other in- fants in the Lake Wales pital nursery State Attorney W W Woolfolk was expected to complete today his investigation of the strange attacks which caused a bluish skin discoloration to come and BO- The discoloration first appeared June 21 a few hours after the hospital used a batch of diapers stamped with marking ink con- an aniline dye They were used only on five Nola Frances and four who died Bascom Lamar ord North Carolina folklorist recently re- corded 700 folklore tunes in seven days for the National Library In Washington D C v CLEANING v DYEING Is Our Specialty Bring your two tone tators or colored shoes to us for that look Enjoy more wear from your shoes Lintner will keep them looking like new for you Los Angeles Police Chief Quits Office Los Angeles UP Police Chief C B Horrall went into re- today climaxing a grand jury investigation into payoffs to vice squad of- by Hollywood call house Madam Brenda Allen The chief sent a retirement plication to the pension board last night It was immediately and unanimously granted Assistant Chief Joseph F Reed was named acting chief Until late yesterday both or Fletcher Bowron and Horral had denied the chief would quit under criticism leveled at him during the vice Investigation It is with deep regret that I accept the chief's retirement be- cause his physicians have warned him that the stress and strain of the job is too much for Bowron said Bowron said neither he nor the police commission had asked rall to retire or resign Horrall said he had wanted to quit for a long time and this seemed to be the time to do It The shapely Miss Allen now serving a jail sentence for pan- dering told the grand jury she made regular weekly payoffs to certain vice squad officers to avoid raids on her luxurious bawdy house A pretty policewoman posed as a prostitute to gather evidence for Miss Allen's arrest last year Police said her customers ed many big-name Hollywood en- Greek Place name applied to an ancient raised platform without roof west of the rostra in the Roman forum It was used as a place of assembly for foreign who there awaited mons to appear before the Ro- man senate SHOE REPAIR AND DYE SHOP 18th Superior Dial LaCrosse Girl Named Winner In Elks Examination Portage Wis Craig of La Crosse Aquinas High school was announced today as the winner in Wisconsin Elks 13th annual examination on the U S constitution Miss Craig was awarded in the tion for state high school seniors Martha Mulvane Milwaukee Rufus King penned the second best test in the final at kee June 18 and received Nancy Koloski Menasha High and Jack Watertown shared the third place prize of R M chairman of the contest committee announced prizes for each of the next five George Ziarnik Manitowoc Daniel R Borg Hudson Susan Barnes Marshfield Beverly ard Wisconsin Rapids and Mary Ann Starks Appleton Twenty-five state Elks clubs participated AUSTRIA HAS PENSION PROBLEM Vienna The Austrian government is paying more than annually in pensions to war invalids and near relatives of soldiers who never returned More than roughly eight per cent of the tire Austrian pensions Official figures show there are war invalids war widows parents of killed or missing soldiers and war orphans There are a ther other relatives of missing soldiers on the pension rolls A tournament usually was held in the Middle Ages on the tion of a prince who sent a old through his own dominions and to foreign courts Most of the English tournaments were held in the tiltyard near St James field London Coming Auctions SATURDAY JULY 2 1.00 P M Lawrence Anderson auction on farm known as Kramer farm ml E of Al's Country Club on Hwy 141 or 9 ml S of Manitowoc on 141 then ml E or 15 mi N ot on 141 Harvey Maurer Jr ana Jacob Zych Louis Johannes Sales Mgr PAINT STORE 1203 UNION AVE HOUSE PAINT BARGAINS Newspaper Guild Delegates Hear Cleveland Press Editor think those conditions needed the editor ed By so he added the guild has helped stabilize the business to the point where it is attracting more capable young people I a believer in the guild a believer that it will be tive agency in the long run say it is unreasonable to expect ever that the ANG will lish as much as it did the first 16 I don't Seltzer ed that the guild lessen its fight for the proper due of its bers But I do believe the guild can afford to be reasonable with its demands in accordance with economic conditions Victorious Prime Minister Chilton News Mrs L P Fox Correspondent DUTCH BOY PURE WHITE LEAD READY MIXED PAINT REG 18 Gallons in this Group in HOUSE PAINT UNDERCOATER REGULAR 13 Gallons in this Group Gal ENAMEL UNDERCOATER REG 16 Gallons in this Group DUTCH BOY PURE WHITE LEAD IN KEGS REG Just 700 Lbs in this Group ODD GROUP FLAT PAINT REG AND 11 Gallons in this Group These paints will be reduced per gallon each week until closed out But don't wait too Mary Chaput of Munising Mich is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Leo Parie here Elmer Tennessen was a caller at the home of Mrs Henrietta and Miss Dorothy Bornemann here during last week Atty and Mrs William C Donough and son Michael and Mr and Mrs O W McCarty and daughter Sylvia attended the wedding at St Robert's church at Milwaukee on Saturday June 18th A son was born on June 22 to Mr and Mrs Don at St Elizabeth's hospital Appleton Mr and Mrs H F Augustine and son John of Sherwood spent Wednesday evening with Mrs L P Fox here Mr and Mrs Ollie Schmidt of Oconto were callers here on Tuesday Dr Paul F Fox and son Paul Stephen of Chicago were guests at the home of the mother Mrs L P Fox and his brothers Jerome and Leo here Paul and son and Mrs Fox visited Mrs Sophie Rach Mrs Mary Binder and son Albert at St Anna on Thursday They also spent several hours fishing at Lake Winnebago on Friday and Saturday Applying for marriage licenses in the office of County Clerk Walter A Kurtz last week Roland Schabach and Roselin Scharenbrock both of Hilbert Frank B Schneider New stein and Evelyn Gelser Chilton Reuben Schultz Cecil Shawana County and Ethel Abel Brillion William Van Horn and Lorraine Cordy of the town of bridge A son Stephen Norbert was born on June 13th to Mr and Mrs Norbert The mothers is the former Dorothy Durben Chilton route 3 Mr and Mrs Linns Woelfel New Holstein route 1 announce the birth of a daughter on June 14th at St Agnes hospital Fond du Lac A son was born on June 20th at Bellin Memorial hospital at Green Bay to Mr and Mrs Alvin Ott Forest Junction Calumet county Mrs Clifford Leach and son Richard of San Diego Calif are visiting at the home of the for- mer's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs George J Berger here Mrs Leach Is the former Evangeline Berger of Chilton Her husband will arrive here the latter part of this week Mr and Mrs Judd Baxter and children of this city attended the picnic given by the Green Bay grocers at Green Bay on Sunday Mr and Mrs John P ger son Steven were at Appleton over the week end where they attended the wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs W C Schroeder parents of Mrs Freiburger Mr and Mrs H F Augustine spent Sunday at Clintonville and Gresham A free band concert will be given by the City Band uptown on Friday July 1st and Mrs N N Depies Mr and Mrs N D er attended the Karrels Kreuger wedding at Port Washington Saturday Mr and Mrs Joe Tackes and family of Powers Mont visited the John Tackes family Sunday Mr and Mrs Clarence Egerer and daughter of Monroe spent the week end with the Jac Watey Jr family Mr and Mrs Leo Schueller and family of Milwaukee visited the Mike and Jac Gasper families Sunday Mr and Mrs Al Weiland and family were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Weiland Mil waukee Mrs F F Jacoby spent Friday with Mrs Ed Goedde at donia Miss Mary Hubing is spending the week with Mr and Mrs Fred Augustine at Port Washington Mr and Mrs Joe Schommer and Clarence Last spent Sunduy at Sheboygan Mr and Mrs Joe Schommer at- tended the wedding of Mr and Mrs Frank at Port Washington Sat Krier Mr and Mrs David Hacke of Milwaukee visited at the home Sunday THERE IS A TIME TO CUT HAY Davis Calif The best time for cutting vetch and oats for hay has been determined by Professor B A Madson and L G Jones on the Davis campus of the University of California Vetch is best for hay when cul in full bloom Oats makes good hay if cut when the grain is in the stage ITCH No matter how long yen have how many remedies you hare tried for the Itching at psoriasis Infections athlete's footer other caused aktn yon can get wonderful tram the me of WONDER a wir Developed foe the ton to for brae efts No Kids no alcohol no painful cation SALVE is white pain and No ugly appearance Get tt Is wonderful Sold In Sheboygan by Thomas Bock and Ford Hopkins Drug or your own Adv News Mrs Nich Correspondent i Belgium News Mrs Lucille Arendt Correspondent infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Decker was baptized at St Mary's church by Rev Rayner Hausmann day She received the name Bar bara Ann and her sponsors were Dominic Decker and Delores Mueller Sister Mary Xavier of Little Chute Wis spent several day of last week with her niece Miss Frances Wester and other tives Members of St Therese's of St Mary's Lake Church enjoyed an outing at Mauthe Lake Sunday Members of the Ladies Catho lie Order of Forester Court 1095 enjoyed a banquet at the Wilson Hotel Port Washington Tuesday evening which was held in honor of their tenth anniversary oJ their organization Mrs Henry Bichler and chil dren of spent Thurs day at the Al Blick home She was accompanied home by Betty Blick who spent several days at the Bichler home Mr and Mrs John Reiter re word of the birth of daughter Judith Lee to their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs LaMarr Reiter at Milwaukee Tuesday June 21st Mr and Mrs Al Blick and chil dren attended the wedding Kenneth Depies to Ruth Borkow ski at St Cecilia's church Thiens ville Saturday morning Mrs J B Watry Mr and Mrs Norman Krier Mr and Mrs Vic tor Anzia daughters Kathryn and Barbara Mr and Mrs Emil Watry son James Mr and Mrs Al Blick Al Wellenstein and Har vey Tholl attended the wedding of Henry Watry formerly of here to Miss Elizabeth Blameuser at Skokie 111 Saturday Mr and Mrs Norman Krier and Barbara Anzia were members of the bridal party Louis St Laurent who was given a smashing victory in Canada's national election June 27 smiles as he makes his way through a crowd at Quebec City Election results showed a landslide victory ot for the Liberal Clover Valley News tMrs Eleanora Hecker Correspondent Clover and Mrs Wallace Hartmann were guests at the home of Mr and Mrs ence Hartmann of Little Kohler Triday evening in honor of Mr Hartmann's birthday Random Lake News Mrs Nich Feider Correspondent Random and Mrs Jim Neumann of Milwaukee visited the Henry Franzen family Sunday Miss Dolores Feiten spent Mr and Mrs Maurice Hecker d at on business and family and Miss Carol Schmahl of Sheboygan were Mrs Joe Wetor entertained her day supper guests at the home of contract dub members Friday Pi izes were won by Mis Al Altenhofen Mrs E A stedt and Msr Joe Russell Mr and Mrs Arthur Ternes and Mrs Catherine Streff of Little Kohler Mrs Streff was ill the past week William Jourden Chicago and Emil Theil Random Lake were Saturday dinner guests at the Edwin residence Mr and Mrs Henry Dhein Jr and family and Mr and Mrs Henry Dhein Sr of West Bend and daughter Dorothy who is a nurse at Wood hospital were Sunday evening guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Koop Mrs Albert Dettmann Mr and Mrs Wesley on Business to Sheboygan Friday Mr and Mrs Maurice Hecker and daughter Cinderella and son Arthur and Miss Carol Schmahl Sheboygan attended the wedding reception of Miss Dorothy Elizabeth and Wilbert Steinert of Grafton evening held at hall at Horn's Corners Mr and Mrs Edwin Kelling and family attended the picnic at Beachwood Sunday Mr and Mrs Albert Dettmann spent Sunday afternoon at the Mr and Mrs Carl Becker dence of Mr and Mrs Leroy Gessner and sons Dean and Wayne of West Bend visited at the Maurice Hecker residence Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs Wallace mann spent Wednesday evening at the Edward Engelmann dence Mr and Mrs Albert Dettmann attended the silver wedding in honor of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Saueressig of kee held at the men hall Saturday evening Mr and Mrs William Trott and daughter Theresa Random Lake j called on the Maurice Hecker family Friday Mr and Mrs Clarence mann and son Lyie Little ler Mr and Mrs Arthur Mueller and Miss Bernice Krause Random Lake were day dinner guests at the Mr and Mrs Wallace Hartmann dence Mr and Mrs Wesley Rosenthal and family Mr and Mrs Arthur Koop attended the farm and home bureau picnic Sunday held at the park Mr and Mrs John Jungbauer of spent Thursday evening at the Mr and Mrs bert Dettmann home Mr and Mrs Spencer Guenther spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Erich Guenther of Batavia Mr and Mrs Henry Paulin visited Port Washington relatives Sunday Mr and Mrs Louie Krielkamp Mr and Mrs Gil Jandegian and daughter visited local relatives on Saturday The Jandegian ily remained to spend a few days at the Wally Bohlmann family Mr and Mrs A J Mueller Mr and Mrs W E Holtz attended the Bankers convention at the Schroeder Hotel Tuesday Mr and Mrs Wiganowske at- tended a wedding at Hartford Saturday Mr and Mrs Donald Hubing were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Norbert at Port Washington Mr and Mrs A Winkler of Elm Grove Mrs Ida Ziegfried Mrs Sylvina Winkler of kee accompanied by Mrs Ida Strauss of here were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs at Plymouth Mr and Mrs Larry Mevis and family of Darlington spent the week end with her parents Mr and Mrs Art Woog and family Mr and Mrs John Arendt en- on Sunday Mr and Mrs John Arendt and family of West Bend Mr and Mrs Joe Ernster and family of Belgium Henry Arendt Mrs Josephine Donlinger and son Art of Port Washington Mr and Mrs Don Heinen of Mrs Mary of LaCrosse Mrs Vernon Brabender and daughters spent Wednesday with Mrs Kenneth at boygan Mr and Mrs Vei non Brabender and family attended a bratwurst I roast at the Michael Feldmann j home Plymouth Sunday j Mrs Bertha Woog Dr and Mrs J H Klug Mr and Mrs Wally Bohlmann Mr and Mrs Elmer Toepfer assisted relatives and friends in celebrating the wedding anniversary of Mr I and Mrs Lorrin Saueressig at the hall day evening Mr and Mrs Felix Wiermann and son of Chicago are enjoying a week's vacation with her ents Mr and Mrs Henry Paulin Mrs Bertha Woog Mr and Mrs Art Woog and family Dr and Mrs J H Klug Mr and Mrs Elmer Toepfer and family Mr and Mrs Walter Bohlmann and family attended the Woog family reunion at Sunday Dr and Mrs J H Klug at- tended a wedding at Sheboygan Saturday Mr and Mrs Clarence men and family of Silver Creek visited tho Art Hereau family Sunday Mr and Mrs John Feiten en- Sunday at a bratwurst roast Mr and Mrs Rokardt and family Mr and Mrs Ewald Rokardt and daughter Ruth Mr and Mrs Alex Schrotter and family of ver Creek and Miss Marie Each The sunflower is a native of tropical America where it times attains a height of 20 feet AMAZING PAZO ACTS TO RELIEVE PAIN OF SIMPLE PILES INSTANTLY Speed from misery of with soothing Acts to relieve pain itching instantly Lubricates dry hardened parts prevent cracking reduce swelling Don't Gunet needless torture of simple piles Get for comforting relief Ask your doctor about it Suppository form or tubes with perforated Paa fni DR WILES Eye Ear Nose Throat Eyes Tested Glosses Fitted 618 N 8th St Sheboygan Opp Citizens State Bank Our Own Fresh Hickory Smoked Chubs Ib Walleyed Pike Ib Imported Anchovy Olives I To Frank Miller 628 Roosevelt Rd Kohler B 2 Lbs Delicious Fried Fish STEIMLE FISH Wholesale and Retail Open Thursday All Day Sundays 1 Block North 1 Block East of 8th St Bridge 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