The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, December 06, 1949, Page 5, Image 5

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High Court
Rules In Large
Batch Of Cases
Variety Of Issues Are
Involved !n Apps!s "Ujk
For Final Decisions
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 (
The Supreme court yesterday up
held an Arkansas "right to work"
law which makes It a crime to
use force or threats to keep a
worker Irom any lawful job.
In another decision, the tribu
nal ruled 6-2 that the old Wagner
act permitted the firing of work
ers who tried despite a closed
shop contract to have their un
ion replaced by a rival labor or
ganization. The Taft-Hartley act flatly
bans such discharges.
In- other actions the court:
1. Agreed to rule on the power
of American civil courts to over
turn court martial convictions.
The tribunal will review a deci
sion by the U.S. Circuit court at
New Orleans that Eugene Pres
ton Brown, an American soldier
convicted of murder by an army
court in Germany, should be
freed. The lower court held that
Brown's court-martial was so
"replete with highly irejudlcial
errors and irregularities" that he
did not get a fair trial "even un
der military law."
2. Refused to rule until state
courts have considered further
the constitutionality of a Los An
geles antl Communist program
intended to determine the loyal
ty of county employes. A group
why be a
dial jockey?
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cember 10!
11:30-12 Noon
Mon. thru Fri.
Mutual Newsreel
From where it happens .
you hea. it happen. Actual
voices ot the people who
make the news!
6:15-6:30 P. M.
Mon. thru Fri.
Behind the Mayor's
Desk
Mayor Flegel in an informal
titteen-minute discussion ot
local affairs.
7:30-7:45 Tonight
Box Thirteen
Starring Alan Ladd in "the
role ot Dan Holiday tor the
latest "Box Thirteen" ad
venture!
8-8:30 Tonight
Carmen Cavallero
and His Orchestra
Cavallero in person! Play
ing from the elk s Ballroom
in a special "live" presenta
tion!
11-11:30 Tonight
KRNR
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Unpopular ' Police Chie( ;
Rates Entire Force Zero
BELLINGHAM, Wash., Dec. 6.
UP) Every member of Bclllng
ham's 36-man police department
received a zero grade for con
duct on his monthlv civil service
.rating yesterday.
Police Chief Pre Benson post
ed the November report at head
quarters himself. Officers - are
fr&rd ! ": readings: con
duct, industry, general value.
With the exception of the as
sistant chief, who resigned his
office recently, all department
officers had signed a petition to
the mayor and city council ask
ing the chief's removal.
Mayor Don Satterlee has re
fused to remove Benson his ap
pointment but the council
wishes him replaced.
of 26 county employes challeng
ed legality of the program which
requires them to swear to loyal
ty oaths.
3. Refused to consider a gov
ernment complaint that federal
judge Ben H. Rice, Jr., of San
Antonio, Tex., had shown "an
abuse of judicial power" in his
handling of an anti-trust case.
The Justice department object
ed to an order by Judge Rice
requiring separate trials for 81
defendants accused of tnti-trust
act violations in their conduct of
small loan offices.
4. Agreed to review a Kansas
Supreme court decision denying
Itizenship to a conscientious ob
jector, German-born Martin Lud
wig Cohnstaedt, who told a Na
turalization examiner in 1947:
, "I cannot contribute anything
to be used solely and directly in
furtherance of armed conflict."
5. Agreed to hear arguments
in two suits brought by the fed
eral government in an effort to
get possession of oil-bearing tide
lands off the coasts of Texas and
Louisiana. The tribunal refused
a Louisiana plea for a rare jurv
trial before the Supreme court.
Two Negroes Involved
Justice Jackson delivered the
8-0 decision in the Arkansas case,
with Justice Douglas taking no
part.
The validity of the law was at
tacked by attorneys for the CIO,
on behalf of two Negroes sen
tenced to a year's imprisonment
each because of their activities
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Hours 8 to 5 Dally, In
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"Reading the paper is enjoyable . . . but I'd much rather
be reading the menu at the RAINBOW CAFE."
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NATIONAL DISTILLERS MODUCTS CORF., NEW YORK 16 PROOF
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THE OLD AND THE NEW in
Implement company. At left
Harvester in 1905. Parked next
ered by a two-cylinder, air-cooled opposed type engine, using gasoline as fuel. It is chain
driven and has two speeds forward and one reverse. The two head and tail lamps are kerosene
burners. Owner P. W. "Dave" Davis said he bought the car three years ago from a Day's Creek
farmer who had not run the vehicle since 1918. Reconditioned in his spare time, the vehicle is
termed by Davis' as 'the oldest vehicle in Oregon, (Picture by Master Photo studio)
in a 1945 strike at the tiorth Ut
tie Rock plant of thar Southern
Cotton Oil company. The day aft
er Christmas four strikers met
five non-strikers near the plant.
In the case Involving the Wag
ner act, the court ruled that the
Colgate-Palmollve-Peet company
need not reinstate 37 employes
who were fired in 1945 on demand
of a CIO union.
The 37 worked at, the Colgate
Glycerine plant at Berkeley,
Calif., during the war. The Na
tional Labor Relations ooaru
found the CIO union demanded
their discharge because they
were active in favor of a rival
AFL union. .
Justice Minton ' delivered the
decision to which justices Reed
and Burton noted dissents. Jus
tice Douglas took no part.
Actions In Other .Cases 1
The.court agreed to hear argu
ments in two suits in which the
federal government is trying to
get possession of oil-bearing tide-
lands off the coasts of Texas and
Louisiana.
The court said It will hear argu
ments on Monday, February 6.
In taking this step the court
In effect rejected pleas by the
two states that the suits be
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light trucks are displayed in the above picture taken at Sig Fett's
is a liqht motor truck experimental -model built by International
to it is a late model International
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' Saturday, December -10 will be
the "Queen of America" honor.
club-member women listeners to Mutual-Don Lee's "Queen for a
Day" program can submit the name of one of their local leaders
for this coveted award-an honor which will provide national recog
nition and acclaim to a woman
activities In her own community.
awarded the lucky 'Queen of America" winner, includes a trip
to Paris and London, an M. G. Car, furs, a diamond bracelet and
wrist-watch, a complete wardrobe and a complete set of luggage.
One of the "Queen's" prizes, however, will not be hers alone. The
program has arranged for the donation of a pipe organ, valued at
approximately $4,000, to the club to which the "Queen of America"
belongs. Selection of this "Queen" will be made during a broadcast
early next month.
A reminder that Fulton Lewis Jr. la the newt-making
comentator this week .... and KRNR's got him , . . dally,
4 to 4:15. p. m and 9:45 to 10 p m He's presenting a tpeolal
series of behlnd-tbe-lron-ourtaln stories on Russia and the
activities of Its agents during the last war on hit week-day
newscasts. Mr. Lewis and hit ttaff of reporter! In Washing
ton, D. C, have been gathering Information for the terlet ,
for the past several months. In addition to .hit newt style -y
reports, Mr. Lewis will present In person eye-witness ac
counts by American authorities who actually taw the de
toribed eventt and aotlont at - they ocourred Inside the
Soviet Union. Hit first broadcast In thla terlet' wat made
last Friday, Dec. 2. .
Mayor Albert Flegel takes you "Behind the Mayor's Desk" to
night at 7:30 . . . followed by "Box Thirteen" starring Alan Ladd
at 8 . . . "Jovln Jamboree" and its citizen-of -the-week feature at
8:30 . . . and a real "Live" broadcast of the maestro Carmen
Cavallero and his orchestra direct
. . . 11 to 11:30.
KRNR
1490 on Your Dial
Mutual Broadcasting Svstem
REMAINING HOURS TODAY
4:00 Fulton Lewli. Jr. MBS.
4:15 Hemingway. MBS.
thrown out immediately.
The tribunal also in effect de
nied a government request that
it decide the suit against Louisi
ana at once, on the basis of evi
dence and pleadings now avail
able to the justices.
The government said Texas
may have certain special de
fenses growing out of the circum
stances of its admission to the
union. It suggested the court hear
the defenses before giving judg
ment in the case against Texas.
By its action today, the court
in effect turned down a Louisiana
request that the suit against it,
if not dismissed, be decided by
a jury trial a rare occurrence
In Supreme court history.
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pickup. The 1905 model is pow
the last day for nominations for
That is the final date on which
leader for her civic, social or church
The fabulous list of prizes to be
from the Elk's ballroom tonight
4:30 Sou ot th Pionscn.
4:49 Music.
8:00 Straight Arrow. MBS.
5:30 Capt Midnight. MBS.
6:00 Music at Six.
6:19 Mutual Newsreel MBS.
3:30 Sports Page.
:35 Musical Interlude.
6:40 Local Newe.
6:49 A Song for You.
6:95 Bill Henry MBS.
7:00 Sporti Cast.
7:19 Muiic You Remember.
7:30 Behind the Mayor' Desk,
7:49 Music.
8:0O Box 13. ' V
8:30 Jovln Jamboree.
9:00 News MBS.
9:19 Songi of Our Times.
9:30 Guest Star.
9:49 Fulton Lewis Jr.. UBSL
10:00 Musio You Want
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1703 Brown Ave.
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10:301 Love A Mystery.
10:45 Dance Orch.
11:00 Carmen Cavallaro.
11:30 Sign Off. ,
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6:00 Musical Clock.
6:30 News.
6:39 Farm Fare.
6:49 Rise & Shine MBS. .
7:00 Hmetngway. MBS.
7:13 Sweetwood Serenade.
7:30 Music. . 1
8:00 Favorite Hymns.
8:19 Music for Wednesday,
8:30 Bible Institute. MBS.
9:00 Modern Home.
9:15 Boole of Bargains.
9:30 Man About Town.
9:45 Gabriel Hea tiers Mailbag. MBS.
10:00 News. MBS.
10:19 Gospel Singers. MBS.
10:30 Say It With Music.
10:49 Art Baker.
11:00 Ladles First, MBS,
11:30 Queen for a Day. MBS.
12:00 Music at Noon.
13:19 Sport page of the Air.
12:25 Music at Noon. .
13:40 Local News.
12:45 National New.
12:99 Market Report.
1:00 Man on the Street
1:19 Keyboard Korner. ;
1:30 Linger A While.
2:00 Phone Fun.
2:30 It's Requested.
3:00 Hoedown Party.--MBS.
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Now you can get your fill of these unique dishes
prepared in the traditional style. Drop in this week
and try them . . . prices are reasonable.
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Tonight: "Easy Living"
News - Review, Roteburg, Ore. S
3:18 School Show.
3:30 Treasure Cheat. '
3:45 Babe Ruth Story.
4:00 Fulton Lewis, Jr. MBS. "
4:15 Hemingway. MBS.
4:30 Son of the pioneers, ' J
4:49 New. MBS. . .
8:00 Tip & Tunes.
8:15 Music.
8:30 Tom Mix. MBS.
5:35 Erik ine Johnson. MB 9.
8:00 Music at Six.
6:15 Mutual Newsreel. MBS.
6:30 Sport Page. , - ; '
8:40 Local New.
8.45 A Song For You. -
8:55 Bill Henry. MBS.
7:00 Dick Hayme. t '
7:15 Sammy Kay. ' ,
7:30 Cisco Kid. MBS.
8:00 Name of that Song MBS.
8:30 Music. ''
8:45 Tex Bemeke.''': -
9:00 New. MBS. ' .
9:19 HI Neighbor.
9:30 Scandinavian Melody Time,
9:45 Fulton LevvU. Jr. MBS. ,
10:00 Music You Want
10:301 Love A Mystery. MBS.
10:45 Dance Orch. MBS. .
11:00 McPherson in Person.
11:30 Sign Off. , .'.
A "bridge" in a radio program
la a device, musical or other
wise, to cover a gap between two
sections of a broadcast.
Like You Find
South of the Borden'
m, till 2 a. m.
on Saturday!
Jaokson P, Rich
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