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19 Jan 1947

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19 Jan 1947

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 19, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal. Time bulletin vol. 17, no. 37.Racine, Wil sunday january 19, 1947. 8 Page Sam a to ask voice in Racine Portal suits or drafts Bill to demand arbitration of crippling strikes 66% in favor of open shops Survey reveals by p director Morkan Institute of Public opinion Princeton n. J. A Union i a re off labor i Ion in the Newnum Tiou a rid i j Public opinion it i la i. Cong Cap con be Khz Poi lab acc clot not Hie most fundamental i beliefs of organized in Vrr Linen generally a a the Public the one of the most seize Ash plants for year of Parley fail Blind attendants ?"gbb�?"robert Riley and Kathleen Margetta were married saturday despite their blindness. They met four months ago while working together on an adding Washington. A a rep. Machine Assembly line. They fell Gerald w. Landis . Said in love and were married in a saturday that be would introduce double ring ceremony at St. Mary to a Bill monday providing rom Pul of the Lake Church. Marine hunted Aslop suspect in girl s death Rill it rates furore senator Hall to Bill to restrict the cd ref shop has met with furious i Ion opposition and difficult Rig has been predicted for it a Congreve. Yet the fact s that Only one voter in 12 throughout the country approves the principle of the closed shop. on tour favor either the eloped or the Union shop. Mil r Ity express in favor of the open shop. ? failure to enlist Public for so fundamental a the it by cd shop has had repercussions. For one it y. Undoubtedly at times the Public to be in Yimpa toward strikes called to end re Union Mcm bar baking policy a Many a of a limit it cause Teeth i a re c trip in. George c. Marshall a a a Marshall to take oath of office monday morning Washington. A a Gen. George c. Marshall will be sworn in As Secretary of state at to a. In. St j monday in president Truman to office the White House announced. Chief Justice Fred m. Vinson will administer the oath to the successor to retiring Secretary James f. Byrnes. The White House said the ceremony will lie w witnessed by member of the Cabinet and of Congress in both parties. Pub in it the sentiment on made by the us of Dill a which coir of the three tips of shop do vow pre Teeth rioted Limp the Union shop the open shop run h Type of hop w As cd Plain j to the people interviewed with the use of a card Ai follows Etc i cd a requiring y worker in a company i a a on i i ire he i. Flowers named Boss of Brewers in he Tim 3. Lur in in unon Quot hop a requiring try worker in a company of Ere a Union to join that aft i k he is hired. # or h p not required by worker by join a i Utle thing each one deride a or or not to join. I nor closed shop i is or i Nion Muir i Ivor open shop no opinion among unit i the Survey prefer in the the of cup Ira my k in .66 i members polled to e majority pre or Union shop if. However the lot marked being 5-to-4. Is among various groups and Union town below no la eyed i Nion open Opin. Reran ire prof a bum new 7rj Elf 73% 6% i armers 3 la 78 8 White c a liar 6 it 69 k Manus workers la 23 56 to ? member 19 33 la 7 Aidian British opinion. It loth Britain and Canada the it v Union Mem a i urn to in tace 2. Til. 6.1 Milwaukee ?" 6 a the apply tent of do Tarcy Raymond Jake Flowers As president and general manager of the Milwaukee Brewers of the aide Iran association was announced today by president lot Perini of the Boston braves. The brew pm Are owned outright by the Boston National league club. Injury hailed career. Flow ers one of the braves coaches last season was a National league player with St. Louis Brooklyn and Cincinnati from 1926-34. His playing career ended when w Hile with the reds he suffered a fractured Arm when hit we tilth a pitched Ball by Paul Dean of the cardinals. He started his professional career in his Home town. Cambridge md., then in the Eastern Shore league and in 1937 returned to that circuit As manager of the Salisbury club. Flowers became a Pittsburgh coach in 1940 and came to the braves last year when Billy Southworth was named manager of the tribesmen. Commenting on Flowers promotion Southworth said a from a selfish standpoint i done to like to lose such a valuable coach and assistant but i would not stand in any Many to Way when he has an Opportunity to step up the ladder. In to sure Jake. Will turn in i an outstanding Effort in his new i capacity. Lives in East. A product of Washington College in Chestertown md., Flowers a Bachelor now make his j Home in Salisbury my i Sory arbitration of strikes Imp riling the National welfare under the proposed measure if either Side refused to accept rum j Pul Sory at by rat ton the government would lie authorized to seize the att Ike bound Plant. Penalties written in. I knolls Sec Ond ranking re pub a bean on the House labor com nut i tee said the Bill would also re turn to the states authority to Han a die a of minor strikes. This w Ould be acc amp Lishco. He explained by a a new and restrictive definition of interstate Commerce. I under the Bill the president and i Sec tary of labor would have the duty of examining Industry wide strikes to determine whether they endanger Public he Alth and safety Landis said. Should they decide in the affirmative the Issue would be submitted to an arbitration Board. Refusal to accept arbitration by either Side would empower the president to seize the strike bound Plant or plants and impose drastic penalties to enforce the arbitration. Should the employers be responsible for holding up arbitral i Tion they would lose their profits during the period of government operation. Employees would be punished by loss of All Wagner act rights except the right to Cuti Timie collective bargaining plan five Man Flotard. The arbitration would be handled by a five Man boards two selected by the employers two by the employees and one drawn from a panel set up by the president he said. Menders on the president to panel would serve for two year terms. The Power of the government to citrate a strike bound Plant would be limited to one year. Prices lower incomes higher u. S. Forecast ?"oib a keen Johnson undersecretary of labor said the nation can look Forward to lower prices and higher incomes. A othe consumer resistance has already caused a Sag in speculative prices a he said. A others will ?� Johnson former governor of Kentucky addressed the annual Assembly of the Council of state governments. A owe should avoid thinking of High wages Good profits and Low prices As conflicting claims on our Economy a Johnson said. A oin the past we have seen our great industries built on expanding production at lower Cost and lower prices paying higher wages and handsome profits. Our future Progress lies along the same ?� los Angeles Aap a police i have a detailed description of the no. I suspect in the torture murder of Elizabeth Short the a Oblack Dahlia it mrs Viteri French and her daughter. Dorothy of Pacific Beach a Calif gave detective a Complete description of an sex i Marine known Only a a ored it j police said miss Short disappeared with red on Jan. Ii a week later her nude and tortured j body was found in a vacant lot. � rates father. Detectives also found the slain t girls to father Cleo Short but he Jaid he had not seen her for four years and could Supply no clues to her murder. Dorothy French said that a Oredo drove up to the French Home where miss Short was staying. I about 7 30 p. In. Jan 8 he loaded miss Short and two suitcases in his automobile and they Rode away. Forest Faith the French to next door neighbor noticed that the girl and her companion were a oin a Jolly mood a the French described a Oredo As about 25 years old six feet tall and weighing about 176 pounds. They said he had Blue eyes and a Light complexion. He was dressed in a Blue pin Stripe suit and drove a Tan Coupe with a Huntington Park to sticker on a rear window. The girls to Mother mrs. Phoebe we thar in or int kill. Armill a a it a a. Arrived from Medford. Would mow out of i or Fuhl will la Quot a b Quot Rel it Quot to Herman Over the gov frenc Jeen Lorimier with a n nor Alop . A Quot Quot a of murder girl. In. On the drek of the Georgia re 1 Virginia weal. . My. Mary of a. Amalie Mug j s Quot re ,-�?o1 .�?? nation last saturday it say Hon it Quot a a to pm lha he ,4end a of hereby resign As governor of s in the three bridesmaids wearing Pale Pink taffeta and carrying red carnations were led it two the aisle by altar boys. They and the bridegroom to three attendants All were Blind. One of them win the bridegroom s brother. James j9, a newsboy who also is Blind. James said he thought the couple would a Oget along Fine together?� he said he could so a from experience because two months ago he married Samantha Ingham. 21, w to also is Blind. Thompson takes oath of office Atlanta a 4 a m. E. Thompson said he would ask Herman Talmadge to vacate the governor to office and executive mansion at a othe earliest possible moment. Ati .anta?" a pm. E. Thompson took tile office As lieutenant governor of Georgia saturday hut there was no immediate indication in her baby animal kingdom at the Bronx zoo in new Fork. Or. Helen Martini stirs up supper for baby. While baby. In this Case a ring tailed Lemur looks Over her shoulder. Woman runs zoo Nursery bom of fear Georgia immediately after qualification of the lieutenant Gover i nor in that the executive his Rry i of government May devolve a it on the lieutenant governor and the expressed Wil of the people May be effectuated?� Thompson originally had planned to take the oath monday at 11 a. In. Before the state Senate but a Aud he had been advised by the attorney general that founder the Law it might in necessary that i take my oath before the expiration of this week?� the oath was administered to Thompson in an almost empty Senate chamber by judge Hugh Macintyre of the state court of Argals. About the Marine. Thompson s statement made no reference to whether he considered himself the Legal governor under Arnalle to resignation. When asked whether he would so consider himself after taking the oath. I he said the Only statement he had was that he planned to take the oath As lieutenant governor. Left Home in 43. Miss Short father was unable to give invite any information which might help them catch the Slayer. I instinctively to a of want nothing to do w Ith this i Short told detectives. A of broke off with the Mother j and the family several years ago my wife wanted it that Way. Five years ago Elizabeth wrote to me a and i sent her some Money to . Com it hire Wrt up House font Hernrd cub. Toto keeping but she would t stay Home. A oin 1943, i told her to go her Way. In to go mine?� detectives turned their major attention to san Diego questioning her friends there for clues explorers return to Byrd s base after six years Daw noted Bowler Dies at 52 held world record for 2 years Milf to at kill i Charles i and lost it two years later to and Daw. La or of the nation to Lead j Carlson of Chicago. Iii i it a Hospital managed alleys. He of a i night lout Days after in 1936 Daw went to Germany t to f a a it Mach ail with the Milwaukee it in products team mild contributed to the club to Victory in the five men and three men events of the olympic tournament. On april 12. 1937 Daw bowled two perfect games in the same series. He o a Ned with a 300 score then shot 201 and finisher with another 300 for u total of Bol for the last five years Daw managed the f m u a. Bowling ii beet in a xxi health of to Are w i let led to Hall of l ame. A a world match Bowling 1 in 1927 to 1929 and to a am can Bow Ling co fit in More than 20 years Imp on lie was a number i a Mitchell team of which won the a by. Rown in 1923 with a 39 paired with finn Milwaukee to shoot i in the a b c. Doubles it line is Busy so House Burns As women talk St. Blairsville. Ohio?"aho a Sherman Lyons saw neighbor Frank s House on file and dashed to the Telephone to fall firemen. But it was a a party line and two to women could not in convinced he had a emergency Call. A owe Are paying for our telephones and we intend to use them As Long As we want to a they told Lorn. When firemen arrived they were Able to save Only one piece of Robinsons to furniture. Man pleads guilty to kidnapping charge Dixon. Iii. A up a Frank i. Sickles 27. Wyoming ii pleaded Arnall Cutts fight Fok governorship Atlanta?" a a Ellis Arnall quit As governor of Georgia and passed the fight with Herman Talmadge for the executive office Over to la gov. M. E. Thompson. Ai Nail s announcement that lie j had ended his Battle with Tal Madge Over the governorship a made to newsmen at a conference shortly after Thompson took the office of lieutenant governor. In Iii statement to newsmen. \ Arnall said a othe procedures clearly enable the lieutenant governor to become acting governor veiled with the full absolute Powers of government until the people of Georgia can elect a governor to fill the unexpired term?� Arnall s statement said he con j Sid cred his resignation effective i the hour that Thompson took the oath of office. Cio serves notice of demands on Chrysler Detroit a up it _ the i to it a i Auto Winkers met in a National wage conference to map strategy in its bid for a second inst War round of wage Dunets by Alton ire Blakeslee aboard the s. Mount Olyun j pus in Bay of whales 4>elaycd a a a tile rediscovery of tattle american Between 20 feet of Snow piled High by six Antarctic Winters was a warm operation. I was with the discovery party when it found Admiral Byrds to old Campi near where a base will in set up for the new expedition. The hike Arrow the three Miles of treacherous ice and Snow from the Bay was like a trek Over desert Sands and the exertion made it almost As hot because the feet sink Down every few Steps. Shortly after we started i removed my Parka although the temperature was 25 degrees. It was comfortable in a sweater. Be 1 fore we reached Little America j however a chill wind blew in j from the South. The old Camp of the 1939-41 j expedition was a rec try preserve eel and will be used As an a Marg a fiery Camp in Case a Rescue party has to remain when the expedit i Lions quits Antarctica next Spring. I the Only damage was to some tunnels which were partly raved it c i o. I in. Snow had seeped in through the Naif in a few snits in the main Barracks. By Bert Brandt new York. Nea lightning stabbed through the night and momentarily lighted the cages in the darkened lion Horn a of the Bronx zoo. The Thunder that followed sent three tiny Tiger cubs scurrying into a Corner for Mutual protect j Tion from the awesome sounds they Tell never heard before fear shone in their eyes As they began Hiss then whimper. Whimpering ends. A key turned in the barrel door and a woman to figure cloaked against the storm slipped quietly into Hie rage nod gathered the her arms the stopped and to a few minutes they were purring like Kittens. Mrs. Helen Martini took off her coat made herself As comfortable As the floor of a Tiger Cage would permit and Rode out the storm with her three tiny charges cuddled to her Lap. This was the dramatic begin j neg a few years ago. Of the wild animal Nursery at new York to Bronx zoo Only Nursery of its kind in the country. When a Royal Bengal tigress gave birth to three cubs in 1914, mrs. Martini. Who had successfully raised a lion cub two years before got the Nursery Job and put it on a permanent Mixis. No newcomer to the animal business. Mrs. Martini is the wife of one of the zoo keepers and is herself a a Ejier of the Birds. She finds her baby animal kingdom a round the clock Job. Enrolment grows. Tile Tiger cubs Ber first charges had to lie fed every three hours and in order to get any sleep herself she took them Home with turn to faze 3. Col. 4. This Youngo riot a member of mrs. Martini to Nursery class. Chews thoughtfully on a toy Abacus while figuring How Long it is until suppertime. Grain pours into markets alleys Here. He is survived by his a a qty by kidnapping mrs. Stirling entered on the goal of a 234 it w Ife one son and one daughter. Stackhouse Aud her two children hourly pay hike for its 800. B j. And teamed w ethic. Also of Mil smash 1.358 Umbles title. In 22 con j and fatalities which Rose steadily a merits Daw during the War. Have passed a Peak and Are on a downward trend. In pin i Rankko 1932 to a b c Dot 195,138 Tou Mal the ill events in r of 2, 114, and was to Vida compete Ali Vic with a Quot ii out by u margin of i elected to the Congress Hall Umi he Defeated lit. It of Chicago for ult. 11 Quot want 1927 fatalities Lessen Washington aus the interstate Commerce commission reported that Railroad accidents 1931 ree Tes say c Harge a Nix it a up a the foreign office i ejected allegations that Victor Cavendish Bentinck. British ambassador to Roland had served As an information Channel to the by last Dee. 20. Sickles also pleaded guilty in circuit court to one charge of burglary and one charge of aimed i robbery. He admitted that he broke into the Stackhouse Home bound and gagged the two children and then i dragged mrs. Stackhouse through f i it then he said he a Ogot seared arum took Lier to a farmhouse a grand jury ruled that a person who enters a Home with the intention of committing a felony and binds and gags children should be indicted for kidnapping. Khz member. The Union to 1947 contract demands were served formally on Chrysler corporation coupled with a demand for ii Union shop and lilies checkoff. Ford is the Only major Auto company which has granted the Union shop and dues checkoff. The Union previously had announced it we Tould seek 23 % cents More for its i members at Ford and disclosed it would seek pay increases from general motors for the 200,000 u a w. Mem Ruvere. More sugar asked for american users Wash Inch it no of a senator Brooks Secretary of agriculture Anderson to in crease sugar allotments for j $4,000,000,000, Pressman declared a housewives and others?� in a let that to disclose any names would threats to outlaw Portal claims blamed for refusal to Parley Washington. A it it a let a a we have no need Lo? pros Pressman co. General counsel Man quoted Industry spoke men testified saturday that Industry a replying Job eau we have spokesmen had Spur runt Portal discussed this with Rcpt Erit Ahvis pay bargaining because they had j of Congress arum we feel certain word from some congressmen such i there w ill be legislation amending claims we Tould be outlawed. Pressman told a Senate judiciary committee that the alleged??� were Marie in talks Industry representatives had had with congressmen but he refused to name any names. Won to name names. Appearing before the subcommittee in opposition to two Bills which would erase suits for Bock mortal pay totalling More than seeks to save Small business manager says intervention a Oas a Friend of the court in put it retail it Porta. Pay suits filed against Racine firms will a requested the Wisconsin manufacture association announced m to i Waukee late saturday the request to by made to Federal court in Milwaukee. Is in regard to suits totalling $3,500,000 against Idle City malleable Iron co. And Racine steel casting co. And $4.5 9 too against the j. I Case co. The suits were filed thursday. Robert a ewans manager of the Milwaukee office of the w i Leo n s i n manufacturer it association said the a nation planned to appear As a t Friend of the court in them i terns of ail Wisconsin Indus tries but particularly in behalf it # Small firms in the state who comprise 95 per cent of the Assoc to turn to membership. A hysteria growing. A othe deluge of Portal to Portal pay suits by ing filed by unions against Industry has created a i condition that is fast Getty of band. Reason la Eivin m a of Sal % to by William Ferris Chicago by it a farm be Relief Grain for Europe and Asia is pouring out of producing areas in sharply increased volume continuing a trend which started shortly after the beginning of the new year. Aside from the High Price which the government is willing to pay to get the Grain dealers ascribed the outpouring to two factors first producers Are More w ill ing to sell now that a new income j tax year Hies started second the government is telling producers that it Wilt see that Railroad Isare a a Jii Tabt it country stations j to move the Gram. I a wave of hysterical i ewans of a Iii the mad Ai h to pm. The Leader?� he witted a ii filing suits they know i sums which in Many j sustained could Bank run i in other word it in an i let organizational drive the j threaten the very Exi Are. I firms that provide the j workers with the inca re o a living. A Oit is a matter of re corporation profits in the to Gate have not been a seethe last decade Ron Euci rotation reserves Are n and have already been a by reconversion exper. Disturbed economic comb j to the Post Wir j ewans said that the intr i of Portal to Portal was a a threat thereof Combine a disturbing situation t Only prevents corp orator fives from planning the operations but has a oui effect that is undermine Fidel Tco generally. A collective bargaining a situation becomes Imp ewans said. Hill i i Urther. The association repro asserted. A othe interest in is Rev if unions e of the Over urge lie Ted and j Cine nit i cities in. It re the limit i which id a As. J prep 11 Idi i to g a it i n the e Portal to Portill i Ige suits. N sat d the it i it go att on tits file it i Active Ste p in the nor suit d ands by urn on ten Ray it and s it my Rthur St court set for the natio. A a1 Tai Assi to a lion of Mam if aet users. A is authored to peal Foi r the w Seoi Hon mar in far til irs to aaa when i m App or cd thurs Day to v be a Tore a Sci Nate i i j i Lier Ary Sui utter he. In my c Hith c port a a a real suit sri re 11&Quot i Hurd to id the group la Iii t Porta j us a m it Lve Abc int $5.000.1 Mio too a of a of Whie up Rea to bar i. Up Sci r and u if ter to Anderson he said a owe must use our every Effort to secure for our people their just and fair sitar of the world sugar Supply As Well a other american food products?� would i Imp Aid n Washington. A 41 the Republican High command in the House took St in to limit the employment of committee aides at salaries up to $6,000 annually. Bar be a violation d collective Gamut confidences. After the supreme court had ruled that All time control in i by the employer constituted work in figuring overtime Ami one Large suit had to it Evn settled recognizing Portal claims Hie Cio. A approached counsel for Many big a great assurances of corporations a pics Mon testified. I amendment to the Law la said the Cio. Asked if col i the withe. Aul he to the fair labor Standard act an i depriving the Ettha Olyra of any rights to which they May be entitled under tis court decision it senator Eastland i miss subcommittee member requested the names of those involved. Spoke to Lite. Claim. Pressman replied he could neither give the names of the co. Representatives or of the corporations. A Odid you meet with any representatives of Industry a Eastman asked. �?Oyes?� a Ami they told you this a to to?Oyes?� a Ocano to you give the names of congressmen or senators a Pressman replied he could not i but that a owe were told there a. Getting i elective bargaining negotiations could be started on the basis. Had spoken Only w Ith one Industry i repro tentative. J employment a if permitted to intervene t Racine cases ewans said i Wisconsin association exp j contribute to an untangling i eat conflicts on which suits Are based. 2,106 involved Lorre. An estimated Bou employees claims for Portal to Portal against the Belle City mail and Racine steel Ca Tings panics and atty. Ben sri said the claims would total. $3,500,900 dates Birk to pcs he said workers Are Jerkin dating Back to 1938 for time preparing for the Job. Chai clothes by fore and after work lost travel Tim within the i another 2.000 employees o j i. I e co. Filed Cia in mated to total $4,500.000 a the strike bound Plant the a Are the first to be file by r workers. The Union attorney la i a not think a that Many More would be filed r firms?� Eire Kolts i i its Milwaukee Tor mrs 175 guests of a we ? and Waukee hotel were driven u Street Ain Ait 2 a in. Satin a a fire which started in the the

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