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Racine Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 2, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin SUNDAY BULLETIN VOL. 18, NO. 26. NOVEMBER 2, 1947. 8 PAGES Not Europe Tells U.S. leaders were reported to have told the State Department that proposed recovery aid should largely be made available to European nations in dollars which they could spend either inside or outside the United The request differs with Truman administration plans which would have most if not all the aid delivered to Europe in the form goods with the actual dollars being spent mainly under the di Still No Clue To Lost Girl FT. - The disappearance of 8-year-old Georgia Jean Weckler from her Jefferson county farm home remained as mystifying today as it was when the blond youngster vanished six months Francis Jefferson county district admitted that no clues had been discovered in the past several The little girl disappeared May 1 only a short way from her farm The first few weeks after her disappearance were filled with clues and Police Lose All and not a trace of the little her clothes or her apparent abductor were Authorities tracked down hundreds of questioned scores of suspects and halted all vehicles answering the description of the reportedly seen in the vicinity of the lane leading to the Weckler where the little girl was last As the months wore clues became more Garity and Sheriff George who went almost sleepless the first week after the girl's admitted they were doubtful whether the case would ever be but they said every possible tip still was being Unable to share authorities pessimism was George well-to-do farmer father of the missing Father Garity said Weckler dropped in to see him almost daily to inquire hopefully about any The community of a little over 6,000 also had had little chance to forget In an upper corner of the Jefferson County Daily Union is a tiny picture of the little Next to the photograph is the we Georgia Jean Weckler disappeared 183 days Sentence Woman For Betrayal - - Helene 45-year-old clerk and was sentenced by a German court to six years in prison at hard labor for betraying Dr. Karl former mayor of who was a ringleader in the attempt on Hitler's life in 1944. This was her second trial on a charge of having committed a crime against In 1946, a court of appeals ordered a new trial after setting aside a conviction and a 15-year The court held with the defense that political aspects of the case had not been considered in the In summing up at the new the prosecution said Miss Schwaerzel by her act had the hopes which many had placed in Dr. Goerdeler for the time when national socialism was Goerdeler was hanged by the Miss Schwaerzel received a reward of a million marks at the exchange from Hitler for tipping the authorities on the whereabouts of who was in hiding from the Miss Schwaerzel testified she felt it her duty under German law to report a plotter against the head of the rect control of the American Part of Final Diplomatic authorities said the European suggestion was presented here to Undersecretary of State Robert Lovett about 10 days ago by Sir Oliver the British chairman of a committee of European economic leaders who are working with the American government on recovery The European viewpoint is understood to be part of the final planning discussions underway among agriculture and other high administration This work is expected to determine the administration and other major aspects of the Marshall plan recommendations which President Truman will urge upon the special session of Congress this Franks is understood to have urged upon Lovett a need for the United States to determine quickly the form and scope of its proposals for The Europeans want to go ahead with their own One of their problems is to determine the kind of long-range administrative agency they want to set up to handle international recovery problems on the The argument was advanced that providing most of the aid in dollars would ease the problem of buying supplies for Europe in western hemisphere markets outside the United Canada and Quake Panics Central Peru - Inhabitants cf central Peru were thrown into a panic Saturday by a strong and long-lasting At least one person was known to have been killed and several were believed Hundreds of persons attending religious services in Lima's many churches rushed into the when the quake They sought safety in plazas and other open The center of the quake appeared to have been located near the towns of Tarma and The one known fatality occurred in Tarma where falling walls crushed a baby in its The United Cerro De Pasco copper mines were near the center of the disturbance and hundreds of men laboring there rushed from the works in a state of It was feared that some persons might have been trapped when the parish church at Telephone reports from Tarma said minor tremblors continued at increasing fears of the Steal 2 Mail Bags From Janesville Depot authorities offered a reward for the apprehension of the person or persons who two mail pouches from the Milwaukee Road The pouches were found ripped open in a cornfield just west of the city limits Postmaster Leo Forest said it was impossible to estimate the SCAN RUSSIAN POLICY - Senator Wiley said Saturday the State Department is reviewing its policy on issuing permits for Russian officials to enter this Newlyweds May Have Date If Her Parents Don't Object ST. 19-year-old husband can date his 16-year-old her parents don't The ruling was handed down in District Court by Judge Gustave who advised the girl's parents that it might not be a bad idea to accept the youth as their The action came after a preliminary hearing on a respective restraining order and counter action brought by the girl's father and the Wed in It all started Sept. 15 in nearby Stillwater when handsome bespectacled Don Atchison and blonde Carol Jean Hying lied about their ages and got They lived together until Oct. 18 Atchison the girl's Raymond whisked her To back up his the elder got a restraining Hying sought annulment on grounds the newlyweds had lied about their thus obtaining the license under false The affair came into the open before Judge who cleared his throat and softly he assumed responsibilities of a wife and married life when you made this serious I'm sure you are very but the relationship of parent and child cannot be divorced as a relationship between a husband and The bride said she understood all but wouldn't have got married if I wasn't going to stay Lectures Then the judge turned to know that adolescents do things that to older people seem so irrational you can't understand how they do he it's wrong they hurt only suggest to you as a parent that I think you will be happier and you will be doing yourself and your family more good by treating as an unforgivable sin as something your daughter to associate with her husband will do more harm than I think it would be better for you to allow them a reasonable amount of The newlyweds then agreed to suggestion that they be allowed to see each other only with her consent pending outcome of annulment Woman Celebrates 103d Birthday - Mrs. Margrette who lives with on a farm near will be 103 years old Mrs. Instenes will celebrate her birthday with more 100 relatives and guests invited to the farm this Born in Mrs. memory is exceptionally sharp and she likes most to talk of her days in her She came to the United States with her husband and family when she was 39. Her living besides are Mrs. William Davenport of of and Mrs. A. V. Logan of San She has 13 grandchildren and 15 great Man Dies Suddenly Ky. - - Man O' America's best known died at the Faraway Farm of Samuel R. Riddle Saturday Patrick manager of the said a heart attack caused the The famed beaten only once in his completed careers as a runner and as a siring the winners of more money than any other The famed horse was 30 years The best known and perhaps the greatest of American Man caught the fancy of the racing public as have few horses in turf His name was synonymous wth like Babe Ruth and Joe Louis and He was 30 years old last March 29. Big Red completed three careers -on the in the stud and as an to thousands of horse lovers and the Starting as a two-year-old in 1919, he lost only one of his 21 established five world records and won to become the first thoroughbred to earn or more on the He was retired at the close of his three-year-old Man sired the winners of more money than other American living or His offspring won in the of and five of them each won or These were War Admiral Crusader Mars Clyde Van Dusen and Bateau He sired foals by 386 His last stakes winner was Fairy out of Star foaled in 1940. Many bets have been won and lost over arguments as to whether Man ever won the Kentucky He did He was never Hundreds of thousands of tourists visited Faraway pay homage to Samuel D. Riddle's Greeks Battle With Guerrillas dispatches said Greek troops used artillery and frontal bayonet charges Saturday against guerrilla forces entrenched in German-built pillboxes in the area of and that a swirling battle apparently was drawing to a These reports said from 200 to 300 of a force of some 4,000 to 5,000 guerrillas had been losses were not The dispatches quoted prisoners as saying the guerrillas were directed by the mysterious Gen. Markos Communist guerrilla Guerrilla remnants were said to be fleeing in the direction of Albania under strafing of fighter planes and Orders U. S. Embassy To Check on Girl WASHINGTON - - The state department has instructed the American Embassy in Moscow to ask the Soviet government for information regarding the and of the 31-year-old woman who claims American The woman is Eva The state department was not certain whether she was in the Soviet Representations were being a spokesman on the basis of an appeal for assistance made some time ago by her Henrich to the American legation in The state department said Ochs had informed the American legation that his daughter had been from Hungary for forced labor in apparently in a coal Petition of Boxer Under Advisement petition of Phil 42, Kaukauna for a court order setting aside a state athletic commission decision denying him a license to box in Wisconsin was taken under advisement by Circuit Court Judge Alvin C Reis Zwick claimed that the commission affecting persons over 38 years of capricious and Fear War For India By DEWITT MACKENZIE AP Foreign Affairs CVER since the mighty Indian was divided into two sovereign dominions - India and Pakistan have been danger signals warning of the possibility of civil between these old politico-religious enemies who have engaged in sanguinary conflict through the There have been terrible communal clashes in various parts of the Unnumbered thousands of people have been and there have been looting and Much of this has grown out of the unhappy circumstance that many Moslems had been living in territory which was awarded to the Hindu dominion of and many Hindus were caught within Moslem Moslems Invade The latest untoward however - the invasion of the great princely state of Kashmir by Moslem tribesmen from the neighboring northwest frontier within the with its 400,000,- 000 people nearer to civil war than anything which has transpired The danger lies in these tangled When the dominions were the fabulously rich maharajah of Sir Hari declared his independence of Moslem Pakistan felt that the Moslem population of Kashmir belonged within And when the Moslem tribesmen invaded Kashmir the government of the state charged that the invasion had been instigated by an allegation denied by the Pakistan The invasion went badly for the maharajah and he joined the Hindu dominion of asking for The Dominion of India sent troops into Kashmir to aid the prince's forces in A reliable source states that Pakistan also started a brigade for Kashmir out withdrew it when warned by Field Marshal Sir Claude the Briton who commands the armies of both that an accidental clash between Pakistan and Indian troops would mean between the Officials of Pakistan and India are scheduled to meet this weekend to try to iron out the problems threatening civil Almost Meantime the troops of Kashmir and the dominion of India haven't fared well at the hands of the invading You have to know your tribesmen to understand the seeming anomaly of their success against trained 1 spent some time on the northwest frontier and rode with several thousand British troops when they rounded up and interned 600 tribesmen in the neighborhood of Khyber These tribesmen are not far removed from the barbarians who swept through the Khyber into India 2,000 years ago and they are crafty having cut their teeth on rifle barrels in a manner of they are tough fighters and are not without crude military The men spend their lives pillaging and murdering in neighboring and always have been a thorn in the side of the To illustrate the type of craftiness they they will steal a blanket from under a sleeping man without awakening You don't believe it's like the tribesmen crawls into the sleepers tent and tickles one side of the victim's body with a feather or piece of The sleeper rolls over onto the side being Then the tribesman folds the released half of the blanket tickles the sleeper on that with the result that the latter again rolls towards his and so rolls off the Then the tribesman vamooses with his apart from this crude the tribesmen are fierce fighters who are unafraid of They also have great skill in the use of firearms and are deadly with a sword at close That's what the Kashmir and Indian troops are up Two New Officials Take Oath of Office new state official was sworn in Saturday and Ernest Swift took his oath of office as state conservation Swift has been assistant director of the Conservation He replaces E. J. Vanderwall as The new official is Leonard assistant attorney general in charge of the new antitrust Hits Oil Firms For Buhler Bedford Name 2 Racine Angels On Catholic 11 Two St. Catherine's were nominated for the second year to the Milwaukee Catholic Conference All-Star The two Dave left and Bob left were among the 36 outstanding players from the eight school conference named this morning for the second Cities All-Star Nov. 16, at Marquette Both Buhler and Redford earned berths on the All-Star team last season and were the only juniors from the Angels on the The game is the second in the series that began last year at St. Paul when the Milwaukee stars took the measure of the Twin Cities club in a 14-7 Four other members of last year's victorious team were included on the Ralph and Greg Hillig of St. | Hank an end who caught one of the two touchdown passes last and Francis Fox of Pius XI are the holdovers on the squad that Head Coach Eddie St. Francis regards as even more formidable than that of last Selections were made by Race and the entire staff of conference who will assist the maroon mentor in tuning the stars for the Six Messmer undisputed conference placed six men on the along with St. Francis Prep and Pius who gave the Bishops their most serious competition for loop while Marquette High with Cathedral and Notre Dame with Don Bosco with and St. Catherine with two representatives complete the Ends Jerry Bittl and Tackle Dan and Ed Ed Rommel and Gene brilliant Bishop combine to form the Messmer contingent on the Ralph six inch Greg Millig and Jerry a pair of rocking and Backs John Jim Kosmatka and Jim Lussier will be on hand from the St. Francis aggregation that gave Messmer the battle of its life in the title battle last Six Pius Players Make Tom a six foot Don Molgaard and Francis a pair of giant tackles and Backs Maynard one of the top scoring Bob Sebastian and Dan give Pius XI a powerful representation on the All-Star Off Marquette High's hefty squad come End Bob Guard Center Harry and Backs Ken McKenna and Michael From Notre the coaches have picked End Stan Tackle Ted a six inch 220 and Backs Vic Fransczak and Ray A pair of aggressive Paul Braun and Phil and backfield stars Len Czerwinski and Jim ace passer and have been chosen to represent Rounding out the squad are Glen a speedy Reggie stocky 231 pound and Pivotman Don from Don Marshall Plan Gains Support As Voters Read of Project Ex-Convict Admits Assaulting 55 held a 40-year-old ex-convict after he confessed an assault on a 55-year-old woman Thursday Bernard W. Czaplewski told authorities he attacked Mrs. Eleanor Selke Thursday night and tried to drag her into an She fought the man and and he She was injured in the and was still in serious condition at a hospital with a fractured left arm and By GEORGE GALLUP American Institute of Public Opinion N. Marshall Plan is gaining increasing public acceptance and A new survey of public opinion just completed by the Institute finds that during the past month there has been a substantial increase in the number of voters who have heard or read about the plan for European aid which Secretary of State George C. Marshall Among those with knowledge of opinions on the plan there is a 3-to-l vote of Reason for That is the situation on the public opinion front as Congress prepares as assemble in special session Nov. 17 to consider legislation for aid to western Senator Robert A. Taft has predicted that the whole Marshall Plan will be examined in full during the session although it was called ostensibly to consider aid to Italy and other In a survey early this month the Institute reported that the more understanding that people have of the Marshall Plan the more they tend to favor it. This is borne out by the latest survey which shows increasing acceptance along with wider public knowledge of the you heard or read about the Marshall This question was asked in two previous The trend have No have heard not July 50% Oct. 8 51 TODAY 39 Among people with a college 91 per cent had heard the as compared to 71 per cent among high school graduates and only 47 per cent among those with only grade school training or no All who gave an affirmative answer to the above question were then is your understanding of the purpose of the Answers to this showed varying degrees of of the Some gave precise one voter in seven called it a plan for European recovery which supplements self-help on the part of European countries which need assistance from the United States Others had a less complete varying from those with a general notion of the plan down to those with only a vague idea of what the plan All who had heard or read about the plan were then is your opinion of the The showing a 3-to-l ratio in favor among those expressing an opinion Favorable opinions Unfavorable No opinion That attitudes toward the Marshall proposal depend largely on how much knowledge people have about it is shown again in the following tabulation of opinions according to degree of No Favor Opposed Those test informed about Marshall Plan 15% 10% Those less well-informed 30 15 Those with only ideas a boat M It Owen Saturday angrily accused American oil companies of trying to get the State Department to bring pressure on the Senate War Investigating Committee to suppress company records dealing with Arabian Brewster engaged in a heated exchange with Charles Evans son of the former chief justice of the United States and counsel forf the oil companies Brewster accused Hughes and oil company officials of going behind the committee's back to the State Department Thursday He said they sought to get the department to seek suppression of company cables relating to their dealings with King Ibn Saud of Saudi Resents you returned handed from your effort to get | them to protect Brewster told He accused the oil companies of with of the middle-aged and insisted he told the committee counsel in advance that he was going to see the State about the question of the cables being made situation in Saudi Arabia is delicate at all Hughes assume the United States wants to keep good relations Hughes said Brewster made and uncalled for against his clients and and remarks against The committee is investigating why the Navy paid a barrel for oil it once could have had for 40 cents a Hughes objected to a Brewster statement that the oil companies picked Hughes to represent them because he was responsible who lend some respectability to these Hughes among others the Oil Co. which made the deal with the This company is owned by Standard Oil of the Texas Standard of California and At the time of the Navy Standard of California and the Texas Co. were the sole owners of The cables over which Brewster and Hughes clashed have not been made Brewster has copies of the Hughes replied that he had placed the cables in Brewster's hands with the they would be discussed in secret I told you it was your responsibility if you wanted to go into them in public Hughes also urged you to let the committee decide it by committee and not by the chairman Hughes said he had Brewster to see the State Department people to whom he had talked and get their views Brewster retorted it was for Hughes to the committee how to proceed and who to call Thomas Denies Pact To Sign Disavowals J. vice president of the United Auto denied Saturday top officers of the big auto union have agreed to sign affidavits under the Thomas refuted an announcement by President Walter P. Reuther that the union's 22-man executive board had voted to comply with the law Reuther's announcement was made seven hours before a midnight deadline set by the In telegrams to Paul and Robert counsel of the Thomas declared that stories the effect the will sign affidavits are completely without basis in fact and without Admit Pope Suggests VATICAN Pius XII has suggested to visiting United States senators that they consider revision of American immigration laws to admit war The Vatican released the text of the Pope made to Senators Forrest C. Donnell and Harry C. Cain in which the Pope declared that immigration entirely new always the welfare of the must be considered as well as the interests of the individual seeking to enter in the nature of things circumstances will at times dictate a law of he by the same at times will almost ciy out for an easing of the application of that Wise legislation will ever be conscious of humanity and the and woes to which it is Donnell and now in are members cf a Senate committee investigating the problem of displaced The Pope told them the word peace rings today over the fields of famine and devastation and Dr. Walter Leaves For AAA Parley Dr. George W. left this morning for D. C. with Glenn W. Stephens of Madison to attend the annual meeting of the American Automobile Association which begins Dr. a director of the Wisconsin division has been nominated to serve on the national advisory board as director from Stephens is chairman of the Wisconsin Division AAA advisory board and a national vice-president of the Highlighting the annual meeting will be a discussion of highway problems connected with building an American highway system geared to the needs of modern Foremost among these problems is the matter of financing tomorrow's highway motor vehicle Dr. Walter be concentrated on major traffic routes where they will accomplish for the instead of being dissipated on short feeder If we can promote this concentration of highway our meeting will be a he Approves New Seal For U. S. Air Force WASHINGTON - - President Truman has approved an official seal for the new Department of the Air featuring an American its wings on a background of ultramarine The eagle sits atop a twisted blue and white which surmounts a shield of light blue and Centered in the shield are golden Thirteen white stars encircle the blue The whole is encircled by a border of white and in which appear the Department of the Air United States of State Orders Bristol Exchange To Give Better Phone Service Wis. - - The state public service commission announced that it will hold a hearing Nov. 21 at Madison on the Railway Express Agency application to raise its rates to conform with rate hikes granted it on The new rates go into effect Dec. 1. The rate boost asked on express shipments would be graduated with the boost on the shortest The commission granted the Langlade Telephone Co. request to raise its rates to about 2,870 customers of its Antigo The new rate will be 75 cents per month higher for urban and rural business phones and 50 to 75 cents per month higher ior urban residential In another decision the commission held that the Bristol Telephone which operates in the towns of Salem and Kenosha was not providing adequate service to its In view of management changes in the the commission it can be expected reasonably adequate service will be it ordered the company to file monthly reports showing progress of its work in
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