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Mansfield News Journal (Newspaper) - January 26, 1947, Mansfield, Ohio,11 Mansfield news journal my Fleu Fen. A Pelay looms in congressional action on labor Laws inns firms Low tendency end strife care semen Lack definite s policy on legislation. Of continuing labor fett contributed last night to the Jujj Good that Congress will pass aest nera labor Bill until april or Era Way. Ott truce Between the do and the u. S steel and inn the danger of a strike in Fil say some of the prs re. It gives congressmen Moil Lime to compose differences new labor Laws. He House and Senate differ Onslow the labor Laws should be rented and the task of writing i Lah legislation seems to grow Moi Complex As More Bills Are Illif Druceil 1 congressmen have a Gen feral Tea of what they want to do labor management strife serious strikes or Lessen the press of unions. But most of not decided what a will do the Job. Unsettled. I the steelworkers with u. S. Steel to sex Send Teit working contract might pc pattern for Sunila Exten Fiona other major industries was Reuther president of the Auto workers said at Devil Ancl hts Union would review she Miter at a meeting of its in Jern Limnal policy committee in week. Til agreement Between the Cloma u. S. Steel switches the to John i. Lewis. His 9 _ mine workers c units under Lewis Borden hic i expire March 81. Adj new strike wave would prod ingress but the comparative strike peace now is a pointed Jon int to the situation a year Sago. Ten More than a million worlds were Idle in the steel Siutoa is electrical industries. Plea to Congress against resistive and oppressive anti Labook Slation came from Al pres int William Green. He wrote in Al s american feet Monist " that a u n i o n s fault cannot he remedied by him Iii its functions and maintained Ilia free unions Are just As Esat Nal to free Enterprise As pc Neil Bill probable. Be three week Point of the 80th ingress a few generalizations be War ranted 1. Ii still is True that Congress is almost certain to approve a Generator Bill. But it is not at All certain that this Bill will pre made in Mansfield woman owner and Hazel l. Stewart top left is shown at her desk at the Mansfield paper Box and Novelty company of which she is owner and manager. In the Little factory top right left to right Dorothy Dewey Rita Patterson and Ruth Snook work on the Box wrapper while mrs. Stewart s husband r. C. Stewart Bottom shows How new paper Sheeter operates. City factory makes boxes daily by Al Keyer modesty seems to be the predominating Factor at the Mansfield paper Box and Novelty company 184 Brooker place. Perhaps Thi is because it is owned an operated by a modest woman mrs hat l. Stewart. Great activities take place within the unpretentious building on the Little Side Street in Mansfield. Here approximately boxes of various shapes and sizes to off the Assembly lines each Day. Describing How she got into the business she said it All Date Back to an Early background in the Box business. I received an Early training in the business in Akron. Shortly before the War my husband who assists me Anc i were looking for a business in Mansfield. We happened upon this one which i believe was founded in 1895 by b. O. Conn. The Novelty part of our mrs. Stewart explained is now kept Only for convenience As we do not make Many novelties now. In pre War Days the factory did make such things As duplicate Bridge boards picture frames and a few leather goods As Well As Satin lined boxes Jigsaw puzzles Etc. During the War we Cut All that out and concentrated on the Manu facture of boxes for parts shipped abroad cases and partitions for Shell vent tip nation wide strikes or strikes pubic utilities. 2. Lie House labor committee seems More Likely to approve a stiff Tia a the Senate labor committee. As of now there is no sure i purity in the Senate group for an Bill so tar introduced. 3. Year the Senate labor committe seems to be More mod Erate to the Senate itself. What Ever lil is Ivr Itten by the com Mittek Likely to be made stiffer by annulments on the floor. A 4. Tit Senate and House labor ize in Utility set up mrs. Hear Hiji will he among the most i she Vart explained. These Are non folding though it was Tough going at times we never missed a Day of production throughout the War. Most of our accounts Are with in a 100-mile radius of mans she said but it is wonderful to think that the products packed in our boxes go All Over the at the present time we special Imperial in years in terms of in fluent a congressmen s votes. Great Umbers of them have not made 9 their minds on some of the Issow involved. 5. Hull Tafee plenty of time to agree u 3. Bill. Chairman Taft Rohi of the Senate labor com Mittee expects to end his hear Ings stat Iff Arch 1. Chairman Hartley in is j of the House group is ainu at March 31. Then it Proball will take several weeks Chambers to hold their Bills and then recon Cile thu tvo versions. Attend meet aft Vernon a tour through the mod est Little Plant revealed that 10 girls Are kept Busy there. Mrs. Stewart is especially proud of two machines. One described As a paper she said was the Only one of its kind in Mansfield. From a continuous Roll of paper this machine cuts sheets at the rate of sheets per hour. The other machine pointed out Xmas called a Box in one operation it placed the smooth paper Over the rough cardboard boxes. This process is about three times As fast As the old method called mrs. Stewart j said. In the Early Days the covers of paper used to be applied by so miso than fielders members hand. It was a Slov and often in of the Tensfield Alfred i har satisfactory eng Vonpost in o. 3494, veterans of of Hijra and pm snafu put. Toil no. 41. Military order of co its and their auxiliaries Are in ii. Vernon this week end 10th District to Attai the Convent i. Led if Squirrel Curtis flood Ali Mansfield Cootie decree our raw materials come mostly from the new England she said. Our boxes Range in size from a maximum at present of is by 13 inches to a minimum of one Feraru guidepost there were no windows by Norah Hoult Didier one of the most pitiful intriguing and charming women i be me in a Long time is presented in this novel about White haired Claire Temple who in her late seventies lives in her Kensington House with her Cook Kathleen her cat Lisa and her failing memory. Mrs. Temple had been a writer a Beauty and an emancipated Vic Torian who went through two love affairs that brought her a certain notoriety. Now she receives an occasional visit from a charitably minded Friend and she can when Norah Hoult author of the novel there were no win is the latest literary importation from Ireland. Miss Hoult born in Dublin in 1901 of parents who died in her Early childhood was educated in eng Lish schools. Her first published volume Short stories under the title of poor appeared in 1928. She was in this coun try for a few years before the War but has been in London since then. Though we Only make practical boxes now that i keep that Little there Are a total ceases involved from the time we Inch Square. Of eight pro name never know what business you May develop nun m we team in charge of conducting receive the raw cardboard until the Sead decree ritual at the we turn out a finished Box the possibilities in the Box Industry Are very mrs. Stew Art said at the conclusion of the Convent to last night. Today Mansfield vow com Mander Harvey Burghard will Lead a of members and their Aiu Liary to it. X Ernon to attend i Loutit meeting of 10th District few posts and their auxiliaries. Hom tals help of 60 patients Massachusetts and Rhode Island pc petals from a mysterious inf Toze Dja Rhea was attributed least to a stage of nurses and attendant itt Banc burning. Irritation of eczema psoriasis athlete s foot Ara Tiro Wanter Crum free trial Irr. Form skin Luff Skiff Rcd ask become Send nto Money no Cost a mess 100% satisfied Coupon too at to. In Ornt a blvd., Chicago is. Iii. Full flit Jar stir cretan for Days trial u a us it faithfully j notify you within after receiving otherwise i we Ajja pm Tor name tour. That s main reason. Go to Zolman s for Home made Bologna corned beef Chicken Ham loaf and liver loaf Addrisi _ state Sears open until 9 . Monday watch monday s news journal Fob monday night Kathleen does t prevent it Scurry Down to the basement for Tea with the Wash woman. Aside from that she is pathetic ally alone. She quarrels bitterly with Kathleen As she will later with a paid companion but she can t get along without them. When the doctor asks what she would do if they left she explains in tears i should die of grief and her intolerable dilemma is that she cannot live without the people she scorns and can not live with them. Perhaps her wretched lot must be blamed As miss Houltz implies on the frivolous individuality of the Era of her youth but it seems to me to be rather the direct consequence of her imme Diate tragedy she is losing her mind. That it was a mind of Admir Able Quality you realize on Almos every Page. The old woman re Peats the same questions and be through her sorry befuddlement there break constantly flashes o the former brilliance it is London and wartime but she can t Tell which War and blames explosions on zeppelins sends her Best wishes to friends Long dead can t remember tha she s had her Coffee and looks up a phone number Only to forget 11 before she can give it to the operator. But she knew Oscar Wilde and Henry James and Strong Anc handsome men and the experience of love so Long past still lies Sweet and fresh in the part of of her mind unaffected by her years. Miss Hoult sets Claire Temple so securely among friends and get those old Bills on to your savings and live out of your income with a convenient Cash loan that can be paid out of income. No embarrassment no unnecessary delay or in quiries. To phone 2714-6 30 s. Park or. Emmet a. Miller National acquaintances True to life Pic Tures the bombed City so Natur ally balances Between gentle laughter and gentle tears with such unusual sensitivity that her Book is a distinguished creation and i recommend it. African violets urge size Ever booming and ouch inc boy tank beat a or White -50 c 2 for Jojo or 3 for s3.7s. Cash we pay return at once if not pleased 8ivin with orders of at More 6 giant Pansy plan. Gunmen be Flowers 6" across swim nut siry li.7r 180v deliciously fresh and refreshing. Page s ice Cream always makes a hit at our Fountain or hand packed to take out Frankie Mitsch s Corner store Central Orange dial 4584-6 automatic feed duplicator will reproduce thing from Poi card to Legal hot can typed drawn traced or photographed in a Stencil. Brenu size Speed of print duplicators again available to help you save valuable time a Stock size paper from up to turns out 2500 copies per hour j. F. Orr typewriter co. 28 w. Fourth St. Phone 2310-6 drastic land reforms in making for Britain labor regime preparing to take control of All future real estate development in the United kingdom got set saturday to push the revolutionary land Bill through the House of commons. Government sources reported that sentiment was hardening among the loudly protesting opposition promising to make the debate beginning wednesday the hardest Battle the government will have to fight this year. Tactics of the conservatives will be first to attempt to defeat the measure when it comes up for a vote thursday night and failing that to Load it Down with Amend ments. _ leading the government forces will be 57-year-old Lewis Silkin minister of town and country planning and author of the scheme which would deny Many Century old rights including profits from develop land owners. March of dimes receipts lag contributions Are trickling into the county March of dimes Campaign office Marshall c. Moore Secretary for the Rich land chapter foundation for infantile paralysis said yesterday. We Are beginning to get a response to the letters sent out soliciting Moore said but As yet we have not tabulated the donations Are still Moore said but As yet we have and Ritz Heaters taking collections this year our theater participation in the drive is Cut in half. It is therefore imperative that persons who received our letters donate generously if our goal of is to be reached. The collection boxes we have placed throughout the City will not bring in that contributions should be addressed to the Richland chapter foundation for infantile paralysis Marshall c. Moore Secretary 703 Richland Trust building. The Bill if passed would pre vent a land owner from construct ing any building without govern ment permission. When develop ment is permitted any resulting increase in land value would be collected in whole or in part by the state in the form of a develop ment charge which must be paid or secured before improvements Are made. Britain s communist party which has two members in the House issued a statement today endorsing the Many progressive provisions of the Bill. The communists added however that the full solution of this problem imperatively requires nationalization of to cover possible owner claims for compensation resulting from application of the Law the Meas ure establishes a fund for payments of negotiable government Stock to landowners who lose development the land Bill would replace half a dozen piece meal planning acts dating Back to 1927, but would leave unchanged the new towns Bill under which the government Hopes to relieve congestion by building a series of Small with from to Popula few Miles outside such major metropolitan areas As Lon Don Manchester and Birmingham. Paints Martin hardware 19 n. Main Myers furniture Bellville Ohio open daily til 9 . See our new furniture Home with so Complete Model Boom settings convenient terms Dollar Wise buyers buy at Myers folks find us Friendly the provident organization has been serving the people of Mansfield for 31 years. We consider ourselves your neighbor and Friend. This feeling is reflected in the Quick helpful and considerate service we Render those who need Money. If you Lack ready Cash for any worthy purpose come in and talk Over your problems with us. We Promise the prompt action and Satis faction that makes Money worries Van ish just like that 31 n. Walnut St. Phone 2387-6 or sonic r Kos paper

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