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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 30, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin The 8end/x r a conf Send at by Letvn sunday March 30. 1047 the Washington merry go round trademark i Drew Pearson Washington Senate of the or e Distri it against i Senato a who radio p inc. I w Varico lored de a a new level Daylight saving t of Columbia Daylight saving r John Overton complained cd rams would it uld not know the August a Owhy should the Senate follow a it i states has new York in everything demanded Overton. A Oit seems that everything has to be done in accordance with what new York wants. I think it is time for this August body to assert its own Independence. A Oso tar As i am concerned it he continued a oif Daylight saving time is established for the District of Ivorite Columbia i shall place a sign on my office to the Al feet that room 315 is not subject to Daylight saving time and. Instead of arriving at my office at to Clork. According to Daylight saving time. I shall arrive there at la ?� senators Olin Johnston and Burnet Maybank of South Carolina questioned Overton regarding con-1 fusion Between the District of schedule Are based on k time interrupted Senor. T tall of Massachusetts. Strict of Columbia would advantage of being on time As new York theremins the senator from to hear i favorite profile usual ?� of Are Bur hers _ How available put an now you can co Jot clean healthful automatic Oil heat we have new Mailer Kraft Oil burners in Stock now and Are ready for installation. There to a Burner for your present Furnace or boiler end to Fhuere nerd Leaa tripe up and Down the cellar stairs. Hanieh the Mal by and aah barrels from your cellar. Make new apace for an extra room in your base meat. It Hir Supply to limited a be demand is Greet done to delay. Phone a or rail at our offices today. Master or Qto heal no Down payment a up to i Viars to Pat Ric \ to Euclis Idealer visit our new showroom at 2030 Douglas ave. Douglas Supply co. Prospect Columbia and nearby Maryland and Virginia. A citizens residing beyond the District line a complained Overton a would have to keep two watches one keeping Standard time one Daylight saving time a How would anyone know How to catch a Railroad train a asked Maybank. A of do not know. Overton replied. A Olf one takes a bus to go to Silver Spring. Maryland he will meet himself coming ?� a that is Correct a replied May Hank. Vile would go and come Back before he got ?� a Osup Opse a boy Calls a Young lady up and makes an appointment a said Overton now beside himself with worry. A Othey have a Date for the evening and fix an hour. She has Standard time and he has Daylight saving time and they do not get together at All. It makes for confusion All around. I certainly Hope the Senate will vote it ?� however the Bill passed overwhelmingly. Although this was the first measure of democratic origin to be passed by the Senate this year la of the 17 votes against it were cast by democrats. Newsprint monopolies. Senator Kenneth Wherry Nebr hat finally got his Small business committee out of the Ether and has decided on legislation to meet the newsprint shortage. However. It took some Plain talking behind closed doors by Wendell Berge retiring chief of the Justice department to anti Trust division to work this Miracle. Berge declared that attempts to regulate newsprint allocations by a a of voluntary agreement of publishers and producers advocated by sen. Homer Capehart of Indiana and others would violate the anti Trust Laws and Lead to prosecution. He contended it would be almost impossible to conclude such an agreement without some discrimination chiefly he intimated. Against smaller publishers. A Oit is a Legal restraint of Trade for a group to Combine and limit the Supply of a competitor or in any Way exclude a competitor for a Market. The line shows the percentage of voters in the Gallop poll w to have said they Are satisfied with the Way or. Truman is handling his Job As president. Harriman who followed Berge pointed up the same problem. A Oit is a Basic fact that whenever there is a shortage in raw materials the Small Fellows Are at a disadvantage a Harriman Slid. A that is True not Only in the newspaper business but in the manufacturing business so Capehart and his cohorts have reconsidered and Are now amenable to legislative action. However they will have to move fast to get ahead of democratic senator James Murray of Montana who is already preparing a Bill that will restore badly needed newsprint controls without interfering with new publishing Enterprise. Note if Wherry Hadnutt postponed hearings until recently Over Murray to objections. Congress probably would have pasted a Bill by now allaying the newsprint problems of smaller publishers. Aiding big business. Democratic National committee moguls Are All hot and bothered Over a confidential report that government War plants have been Berge warned at the by business. You can 432 closed meeting. Then he added a of think the reason for much of the totalitarianism in the world is because of Scarcity and we must temporarily accept controls when we Are Short of certain ?� Secretary of Commerce a Verdi r in save that water Stop that work autos tic benw1l,, in mme. Auy itw111 Tatja. A Quot a bet that the report written by senator Jim Murray of Montana As chairman of the Senate Small business committee will never be issued As a Public document. Murray will probably Bow to democratic friends and keep his dynamite Laden document under wraps. But if the War assets administration and the Justice department Don t change their policy of handing War plants to big business Murray May make some very embarrassing speeches. Both waa head Robert Littlejohn and atty. Gen. Tom Clark Are charged in the Murray report with consistently disregarding the safeguards of the surplus property act which opposes the use of government built facilities to spread monopoly. General motors. United states steel general electric and other giant combines Are cited As the most successful bidders for government facilities despite All the pious talk about aiding Small business. This has been possible according to Murray Only because Clark Wiio is required to pass on All sales of facilities Worth More than Tine million dollars has refused to exercise his authority to Stop it ales which hinder free compaction. In the Case of the Sale of the Geneva steel Plant to u. S. Steel Murray reports Clark overruled anti Trust head Wendell beige who had prepared a lengthy recommendation that Sale of the Plant to u. S. Steel would be harm no to the competitive system. A Oit is Clear a Murray wrote that waa has not lived up to the objectives or the spirit of the surplus property act to the programs set Forth in some of the reports to Congress by the surplus property Board or to its own regulations dealing with the Safe Truman swing almost doubles continued f rom Page i poll showed 45 per cent democratic 55 per cent Republican. Aaa when or. Truman took office suddenly and unexpectedly in april 1945, he had the overwhelming sympathy and support of his fellow countrymen. His popularity in the Early months of his term overshadowed even that of his predecessor Franklin d. Roosevelt. In july 1945, a total of 87 per cent of the nation s voters polled said they approved of the Way the new president was handling his jobs which was higher than the highest Point in or. Roosevelt to popularity in the Tam Type of poll. Then As reconversion problems multiplied. Or. Truman popularity began to coast downward. At first gently then rapidly the downswing culminating in an Institute poll figure of 32 per cent in october 1946. There was a meat shortage the future of opa was in confusion the administration to foreign policy was also subject to confusion owing to Henry a. Wallace to speech which seemingly contradicted the policies of Secretary of state Byrnes. Republicans were campaigning effectively on the a Ohad enough slogan. The president popularity did not begin to turn noticeably upward until january. 1947. Then it jumped from 35 per cent to 48 per cent. Than the strengthening of a free Enterprise Economy. It has adopted this Standard of highest Cash return in express contradiction to All standards established for its operation. A any disposal made to Small and Independent business has been the result of fortuitous circumstances. Small business was the Only or the highest bidder. Nevertheless the frequent citation of phrases indicating concern for Small business evidences Waal to superficial knowledge of the objectives of the surplus property Art. On the Hast of the analysis of individual cases it is Clear that despite Waal to proud reports on i the lessening of concentration they Are largely empty phrases which Annot disguise War assets to essential failure to give maximum Aid in the re establishment of a peacetime Economy of free Independent private ?� copy re Flat. It by la Brit the Lulu off. Lur Pamy plants in of Quot to Imp ill say Ltd of him lob util Lucid Utt 111 la who hic j � it a a it task it fat to for or a it w a by amp of guarding of Small and Independent As cat. Up in Quot rom. In a a Iii int to Mem. Too to flt of a spa Cpl. . Or 19 to business. A oin the majority of disposals j War assets has considered High i 11.00. It �r4rft pm4 it my c. O. D pfc a re mrs or. I a wry of rur i or in wars Al a 93.50 of Rry a. I mkt a i her c of Cir rom. 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