The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, October 13, 1949, Page 20, Image 20

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    8 Th News-Review, Roieburg, Or. Thuri., Oct. 13, 1949
Diphtheria Claims Lift
Of 2nd Child At Mtdford
MEDFORD, Oct. 12 -..P A
second death In three days was
attributed to diplhena here Tues
Dr. A. Krln Merkel, county
health officer, laid a five-year-
old eirl had succumbed. Previ
ously a 13-year-old boy died over
the weekend.
Merkel said, however, that no
new diphtheria cases had been
reported in the last day and a
Five cases have been reported
In the outbreak, all from the
same grade school. Nearly 300
children were Immunized, ana
additional vaccine was ordered
flown in from Berkeley, Calif.,
and Portland.
Meanwhile school attendance
slumped. It was off one-third at
one school.
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pension and insurance package
without employee contnnutions.
That Is the exact recommen
dation of the presidential fact
finding board which tried unsuc
cessfully to head on the walkout.
The latest firms to give in to
Murray are helsev-Hayes Wheel
company, near Pittsburgh, and
tne Massey-narris company a
Batavia. N. Y. The latter is a
steel fabricating firm with 2,000
employes. Kelsey-Hayes has 630
PROPOSE ANNEXATION The above map shows the Miller's addition and Sleepy Hollow I
districts immediately south of Roieburg, lying east of South Main street. The area has petitioned
for annexation to the city, and vote will be held in the district Nov. I, At the same time West
Roieburg residents will vote upon annexation. If either area, or both, vote favorably, the city
will then hold an election to vote upon acceptance.
Effort To Settle
Strike Is Begun
By Government
The government's conciliation
service has taken on the biggest
Job in Its history trying to settle
the twin steel and coal strikes.
Before the week is out. U. S.
Conciliation Director Cyrus Chlng
will meet separately with leaders
of the atrikfng CIO United Stee
workers and Industry leaders.
At the same time, the concilia
tion director will watch develop
menti In the coal strike, It was
Chlng who pot John L. Lewis,
United Mine Worker'i president,
and coal Industry operators t
agree to go back to the bargain
ing table tomorrow.
Neither the steel Industry nor
Philip Murray, president of the
steel workers, had any comment
after Ching announced yesterday
the government was stepping into
the steel walkout for the fourtn
time. Before the strike started
11 days Lgo the government rnaiic
three futile peace efforts.
Murray went ahead with plans
to delivery pep talks to his 454.-
000 strikers. The first talk is
scheduled today at Youngstown,
Ohio. That mighty Industrial
town has been hit hard by the
steelworkers' walkout to support
demands for free pensions and
Government Shows Concern
Chlng's brief statement In
Washington that he Is setting un
"separate and Informal confer
ences" with leading steel com
panies and union leaders left II'
tie doubt that the government all
along has been gravely concern
ed with the crippling steel strike
which threatens to spread unem
ployment to additional hundreds
of thousands in allied industries
The government will be work
ing against time In its effort to
get the steel strike settled. Con
tracts of a half-million steelwoik
ers In fabricating plants where
steel is the basic product for hun
dreds of articles began expiring
haiurnay. i ney it continue to run
out through mid-December.
And Murray says the union will
rail a strike in each case where
fabricators won't provide free
pensions and Insurance.
A total of 10 small firms has
a "rood to pay workers a 10-cent
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