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Rep. Case Pushes
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9 (AT)—Rep. Francis Case (R., S.
D.), Thursday introduced legislation authorizing the govern
ment to enjoin labor unions from strikes that endanger the
public welfare and making workers as well as employers liable
to unfair labor charges.
Case, author of a labor bill that passed Congress last yeai
only to meet a presidential veto, said his new measure is in
tended to let labor and manage
ment “live together” in peace.
In a statement he said he does
not consider his measure “the bill”
but “a bill” which he hopes will af
ford “an opportunity to meet our
responsibilities in a comprehensive
Senate and House leaders have
set January 20 as the “outside”
date to start hearings on n^w
Case's new bill expands in some
respects on the one which failed
last year. In other aspects it goes
beyond the top Senate bill intro
duced by Senators Ball (R., Minn.),
Taft (R., Ohio), and H. Alexander
Smith (R., N. J.).
Food Lack Predicted
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9 (AP) —
The agriculture department re
ported Thursday that failure of
world exports to reach goals dur
ing the past six months may cause
critical food shortages in some
overseas areas before this year's
Oregon: Cloudy with occasion
al light rain in west and light
snow in east portions Friday,
clearing Saturday. Colder Fri
day night, moderate to fresh
southerly winds off coast shift
ing to northwest.
Cy Laurie—night editor
Knowledge is the antidote for
U. S. Wants Collection
Of War Reparations
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9—(AP) —
State and war department officials
said Thursday night the United
States is determined to start collec
tion of reparations from Japan im
mediately, even without full agree
ment on terms with Russia and oth
er war-time allies.
Assistant Secretary Howard C.
Petersen'of the war department ad
vised that General MacArthur and
the Japanese should be told as soon
as possible what levels of industry
Japan will be permitted to keep
“so that the Japanese can work out
their economic recovery on a realis
tic basis and cease to be a charge on
the American budget.”
Koo Demands Darien
CLEVELAND, Jan. 9 (AP)—
China’s ambassador to the United
States, Dr. Wellington Koo, called
Thursday night for a “prompt re
turn” of the Manchurian port of
Dairen to Chinese control.
Franco Exiles General
MADRID, Jan. 9 (AP)—Gen.
Antonio Aranda Mata, Spanish
monarchist leader who reputedly
had sought to unset Generalissimo
Francisco Franco, has been or
dered info exile for two months by
the Franco government, his associ
ates said Thursday.
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same Monday when the pro and con
of the question, “Do the public
needs of Oregon (educational and
social, state and community) re
quire a new method of taxation?”
will be discussed.
Dedo Misley, junior in business,
David Kooken, sophomore in liberal
arts, and Ann Brady, sophomore in
journalism, will join Miss Peterson
and Cramer Sunday evening when
they speak on the same subject at
Still Top — U. S.
LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y., Jan. 9
(AP)—In the face of Russian
charges that the United States
was stalling on the whole ques
tion of arms reduction, the Ameri
can delegation to the United Na
tions stood firm Thursday night
on a demand that control of atomic
energy must come first.
“Effective international control
of atomic energy is the key to the
whole program and must come
first,” Herschel V. Johnson, U. S.
delegate, told the security council
emphatically at the outset of full
scale debate on the basic arms pro
posal laid' down in December by
the general assembly.
Johnson took the floor after So
viet Delegate Andrei A. Gromyko,
recently named Deputy Foreign
Minister, blandly accused the
United States of seeking to delay
measures for general regulation
and cutting of arms and armed
forces. Gromyko said the American
delegation had adopted a take-it
Soviet Glad Byrnes Out
SHANGHAI, Jan. 9 (AP)—The
Soviet-owned Russian Daily News
Thursday welcomed the resignation
of U. S. Secretary of State Byrnes.
His “foreign policy possessed a
clearly imperialistic character and
in many ways proved an obstacle
to solving a whole series of im
portant questions before the U.
N.,” the paper said editorially.
Three Trainmen Killed
ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan. 9 (AP)—
Three trainmen were killed and
four cars of the 11-car west-bound
“Empire Builder’s” pullman sec
tion were derailed Thursday night
when the locomotive blew up near
Crary, N. D„ 398 miles west of
St. Paul, Great Northern railway
La Verne Gunderson
Ph. — Springfield 326
Give the Best
to Your Best
Oregon W Emerald
WORLD NEWS SECTION
Gloria Smith, Wire Editor
Hotel Price Jump
SALEM, Jan. 9 (AP)-A pre
diction that most Oregon hotels
will retain rates close to present
minimum rates but probably will
raise rates for higher priced ac
commodations to reflect cost-of
operation increases was made here
Thursday night by W. W. Chad
wick, proprietor of Chadwick ho
tels and president of the Oregon
State Hotel association.
Chadwick’s statement followed
executive action in the nation’s
capitol to remove rent ceilings on
transient rooms, effective Febru
People remember a lie ten years
where they forget the truth in ten
minutes.—W. D. Nesbit.
BOISE, Idaho, Jan. 9.—(AP)—
The Bureau of Reclamation award
ed major contracts totaling $50,
000,000 in the Pacific Northwest
during 1946, one of the largest work
programs ever undertaken by the
organization in a single year, the
acting regional director, J. Lyle
Cunningham said Thursday.
Major activities included the start
of construction of irrigation facili
ties on the million-acre Columbia
The value of some construction
contracts awarded by the bureau in
cluded: Columbia Basin, $42,897,
141; Roza division of the Yakima
project, $1,191,505; Hungry Horse
project, $1,453,098; Boise project,
$4,125,476; and Deschutes project,
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