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THURSDAY, MAA'
18, 1950
127 N. Main Street
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This ridiculous strike is an affront to every
citizen of f|he nation. It’s not for more money.
It’s not because of hours. It’s only for soft
demands of the union leaders'
firemen’s
e throats
The reckless leaders of
union want to force down
of the railroads and the public a ridic
ulous "make-work” proposal which has
been twice ruled out by Presidential
Fact Finding Boards duly appointed
under the provisions of the Railway
Labor Act.
This demand of union leaders for
additional and unnecessary firemen to
ride in diesel locomotives was rejected
—after months of hearings—by a Board
appointed by President Roosevelt in
1943.
It was again rejected in 1949 by a
Board appointed by President Truman.
Recent meetings with the National
Mediation Board have brought no
change in the attitude of the union
dictators.
Union Leaders Defy Intent of Law
The union leaders helped write the
Railway Labor Act. Yet in an attempt
.o jam through this scheme of pure
President Rbosev^lfsjtoard said-NO.
President Truman’s Board sa’d-|k|fl| 1
Still the leaders of the Railroad 11
spots for additional unneces-
sary firemen to go along in diesel locomotives just
for the ride. A'Jeading liberal newspaper calls the
Altho garnering only one first
place, Bluffton college tracksters
turned in a stellar performance so
far as second and third placements
were concerned to capture second
honors in the Mid-Ohio conference’s
first annual track and field meet held
in Findlay last Friday night.
Ashland won the league meet with
a score of 62 points, but Bluffton
college thinclads came
cluster of 5612 points
honors.
GLA MODELS
Steinman
Body Shop
234 North Lawn Ave.
Phone 259-Y
7
&
t,
horse-feathers!
"feather-bedding” by leading the mem
bers of their union out on strike and
threatening paralysis to large areas of
the nation, they are defying the spirit
and intent of the very law which they
helped to create.
This strike is not for higher wages.
It is a strike to force the railroads to
employ many more thousands of fire
men who are not needed! It would be
indefensible waste. The railroads have
refused to place this additional and
unnecessary burden on the public.
But more important than any other
consideration, is the action of these
few irresponsible union leaders in seek
ing to force a crippling strike upon the
WESTfiM*”*
Bluffton College Track Team
Is Second In Conference Meet
up with a
for second
Findlay, 49
University,
In third place was
points Ohio Northern
40 *-2 points, ranked fourth, and
Cedarville took fifth honors with 13
points. Defiance did not compete
in the meet.
Bluffton’s only first place was in
the pole vault, captured by Casey
Jones with a leap of 10 feet and six
inches.
Second honors won by Bluffton
competitors was as follows: 120
yard high hurdles, Suter mile-run,
Stempley 880-yard relay, Bluffton
quartet shot put, A. Bauman 880
yard run, Stempley 220-yard dash,
Frost mile relay, Bluffton quartet.
Complete results of the meet are
Let Us Replace
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON/ OHIO
as follows:
120-yard high hurdles: Won by
Davis (A) 2-Suter (B) 3-Miller
ONU) 4-Leach (ONU) 5-Kelley
(F). Time 16.2.
100-yard dash: Won by Hicks (F)
2-Drebus (A) 3-Fife (C) 4-Mayres
(ONU) 5-Metzler (B). Time 10:7.
Mile run: Won by Poorman (A)
2- Stempley (B) 3-Boehr (B) 4
Drews (F) 5-SalIee
4:59.8.
880-yard relay: Won
(Bill Feth, Jim Laut,
Lafferty, Walter Hicks) 2-Bluffton
3- Ashland 4-Cedarville. Time 1:40.2.
homemakers
to scour.
This strike is one of the
silliest strikes in history!
What are these reckless union leaders
trying to do? They seek to cause thou
sands of their members to strike, and
throw hundreds of thousands of other
employes on and off the railroads out of
employment, with loss of pay to them
and their families, plus a severe blow to
industry and the citizens of the nation.
What’s the strike all about? If the
union has its way—what happens? The
present members of the union won’t
get one cent more pay. They will merely
have been assessed for a costly and in
defensible drive in an attempt to provide
more ues- paying members for the union
by creating "feather-bedding” jobs for
additional and unnecessary firemen.
This is certainly one of the silliest
strikes in history!
nation for their own selfish purposes.
There is no other possible answer to
such a demand but "No!”
The railroads in making such a reply
believe they have the whole-hearted
support of the people in whose interest
they are willing to fight this out, de
spite the loss and inconvenience that
all will suffer.
It is time to put an end to such urn
American demands.
Railroads
We are publishing this and other advertisements to talk to you
at first hand about matters which are important to everybody
(C). Time
by Findlay
Bernie Mc-
Shot Put: Won by Drebus (A)
2-A. Bauman (B) 3-Beck (ONU)
4- Ives (F) 5-Kling (ONU). Dist
ance 37 ft, 8 inches.
440-yard dash: Won by Ticknor
(F) 2-Houston (A) 3-Miller (B)
4-Suter (B) 5-Kibler (A). Time
220-yard low hurdles: Won by
Drebus (A) 2-G. Davis (A) 3-Leach
(ONU) 4-miller (ONU) 5-Kelley
(F). Time 26.6.
Pole Vault: Wonby Jones (B) tied
for 2nd, Lersch (A) and
(ONU) 4-Davault (ONU).
10 feet, 6 inches.
880-yard run:
2-Stempley (B)
4-DeWitt (F)
Time 2:14.8.
220-yard dash:
2-Frost (B)
Lafferty (F)
High jump: Won by
2-Drebus (A) Tied for
(B) and Suter (B)
Height 5 feet, 6XL inches.
Conrad
Height
(ONU)
(ONU)
i (A).
Poinci
3-Decksc
5-Poori
•ks (F)
4-Mc
Time
Won by II
3-Garber (A
5-Burton (C
5-Reed (ONU).
Ashland
Mile relay: won by
(Kibler, Algeo, Cocheiser, G. Davis)
2-BIuffton 3-Findlay 4-Ohio North
ern. Time 3:56.5.
Discus: Won by B. Bauman (C)
2-S. Davis (A) 3-Stanley (B) 4
Kling (ONU) 5-Janendo (A). Dis
tance 124 ft. 8 inches.
Broad jump: Won by Hicks (F)
2-Mayers (ONU) 3-Metzler (B)
4- Stanley (B) 5-Conrad (ONU).
Distance 20 feet, 8 inches.
and tin are two metals
should remember never
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NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF OHIO I
Allen County, ss.
Estate of David Nusbaum Deceased
Oilbet Nusbaum of R. D. No. 3. Lima,
Ohio, has been appointed and qualified as
Executor of the estate of David Nusbaum
late of Allen County, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this Sth dav of May 1950.
JOSEPH B. QUATMAN,
Probate Judge
Rockport
The Farm and Home Advisory
Council will meet in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Campbell, Wed
nesday evening of next week.
Beaverdam Commencement will be
an event of this week and Columbus
Grove will have theirs Monday
evening the 22nd. Several graduates
in this vicinity are members of the
classes.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Whisler of
Ocean Side, Calif., arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Marshall
last week for a visit with friends and
relatives in this vicinity. They had
previously attended Mr. Whisler’s
fortieth alumni reunion at Purdue
University in Lafayette, Indiana.
Mr. Dale Harter and sister, Mrs.
Florence Brown both of Cleveland,
spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
Orlo Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Baker of Lima were evening guests.
Mrs. Brown returned home with the
Bakers to spend several days and
Mr. Harter continued his journey to
Chicago for an insurance convention.
Mrs. Oliver Basinger is seriously
ill at this writing and a patient in
Lima Memorial Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall of
this place and Mr. and Mi's. Charles
Lemley of Findlay spent Sunday with
their mother, Mrs. Regina Lemley
and a sister Mrs. Leo Shank in Port
land, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mayberry of
Columbus Grove and Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Mayberry and daughter Bever
ly were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Mayberry and daugh
ter Rose Leigh.
5. W. E. Marshall and
Alvin Whisler motored
Sunday, where they
with Mr. and Mrs.
and children David
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
to Wooster,
spent the day
Robert Barnett
and Jayne.
Darr (F)
rd, Simcox
Del met Reagan and
Mr. and Mrs.
son Randy spent the week end in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Camp
bell.
Mrs. F. C. Marshall and Mrs. Orlo
Marshall and her guest, Mrs.
Florence Brown attended a meeting
of the Advance Club held in the home
of Mrs. Clement Basinger in Pandora,
Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Dalton of
Lima was the guest speaker.
Plans are being formulated for the
annual observance of Memorial Day
in this community, which this year
falls on Tuesday, May 30. Earl
Reams is the president.
The May meeting of the Friendly
Neighbor’s Club will be held in the
home of Mrs. Ernest Freet Thursday
evening of next week at 8 o’clock.
The program follows: Song Roll
Call Topic, “Mother”, Mrs. Osa
Reams Poem, Mrs. Mary Dunlap
“Composers of Great Music”, Mrs.
Gladys Beemer Song Contests, Mrs.
Florence Freet.
Robert Marshall who has attended
college and been employed in Colum
bus the past year has returned home
for the summer and plans to enter
Medical College in Columbus at the
beginning of the school year.
Mr. Frank Holliday and several
members of his family from Detroit
were Sunday dinner guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Begg.
Mrs. Charles Cook and daughter
Betty spent Sunday with Mr. and i
Mrs. Earl Reams.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our relatives,
friends and neighbors for their kind
ness and sympathy shown us during
the illness and death of our husband
and father, William
also wish to thank
his consoling w
Funeral Home and
helped in any way,
ing flowers.
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