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   Manitowoc Herald-Times (Newspaper) - October 24, 1947, Manitowoc, Wisconsin                                Vol. 50-No. 5 Associated UP GOES THE RED FEATHER-~Fire Chief John Gaedke posts the first Community Chest placard on the city bulletin hoard on the postoffice earner at Ninth and Franklin streets, Em'il Weber, president of thfc Manitowoc Community Chest, watches with approval as he reads the sign's reddest "Give now to your community chest." The local fund campaign officially commences tomorrow.   (Herald-Times photo) , Continue Aid to Farmers Is ^1 Broke Faith With Leaders, Failed To Consult Them First Washington, open criticism of President i iTrur man's call for a special session! of congress Nov; 17 came today: from Rcd. Halleck CR-Ind),! who said the chief executive broke faith with congressional leaders by not consulting them before acting.        i � � � � The Indianan, who is housd majority leader,, spoke: out si iMr. Truman worked at the; White House on a report he will broad cast to the Ration tonight: out lining "his compelling (reasons' for* ordering the early session to cope with problems of ; infljation at home and I emergency i aid abroad.   ' .; j The president is scheduled to By The Assncialtd Press i Rains in northern Wisconsin 3rd upper Michigan fast night h? ye greatly impfdved ^he forest fjis situation and, all fires m the jj'a arer'riow undarcoritrol, con-s�e vation officials said. ; ' rhe rainfall in jsix Wisconsin  ).- Preservation and expansion of federal aid to agriculture programs was adw- � cated by   mi-dwestcrn   farmers Republicans who attended a White House meeting yesterday said Mr. Truman "didn't ask us,,; he told us," a1 special session was being called.! �! The Indianan said Mr. Truman: "tossed overboard" the "sensible procedure of. waiting on ! congressional coinmittee meetings to; decide on the session. He added: that "the new signals pallet!., by-Mr. Truman |riay result in dielay-ing action of the congressional comrhittees."       ; � Another Republican, Rep. ber, (chairmah of jthe house [propriatiions. jcomnfittee, tol4 _ , . , . iporters he is!not io sure Fr�.----- and their spokesmen at a hear- the Red Arrow Malting company! and Italy wil| nee(j the $642,000,- speak over all national radio net- , � .,.         , -iM , works at 9 o'clock Manitowoc -'ess dangerous, Neil ILaMak State time tonight.': ;l        Wl*st ranger it Tonjaliiwk, jmid). Halleck said in a statement "We have I no runijin^ fires that during]a meeting; of con-;""^ there have beten Ho reports gressional leaders with Mr. Tru- Jc-fjnew fires today/' sajd LeMay. man last, month it was "recogniz- '' Eleven new fires were reported ed" that 1 developments; hi con- hesterday hut we1 believe 'the sii-gressional committee me< tings {nation although still kxtremely beginning Nov. 10 would be "the ;ha*ar'dous is definitely (better, al-best guide to determining:-vvrieth- 'Chough temporary. What we er it would be necessary; to call a "iced most is a general,: soaking special session." .      ' '       �   l.smfall." i j;-'  \,, Didn't Ask Us'    !,      i Fires Not Large '" At Madison, Ernest Swift, ii:-.te conservation djepartsnent t'.i ector, said 36j fires ;stil! were burning in; Wisconsin,! but that Old Elevator To Be Disposed oi Red Arrow Malting Firm Offer Building Old elevator A, now owned by porters he is not io sure France, -   n__i   a------ ��        :--.---------r Ta-ap- ing before the house agriculture of 1226 South Water street, the committee today. first   large industrial '"tiuiidihg Dirt fanners from Michigan, [constructed ih-^anitdwocj'is for agriculture association loarfers!3ale. A landmark on ithe: north.1 and other?: appeared in a steady jbank of trie Manitowoc ^ivdraincfej stream before the committee to � before; the. turn of the century,1' advocate continuation and ex-jthe massive,,: grey structure is pansion of such' federal services D0W awaiting its sixth :owner. as marketing agreement*, rural! In a Herald-fTimes classified ad-elcctniication, crop insurance vertisement appeared the first an-and soil conservation.    j jnouncement the old building that Curtis Hatch, Dodgevillie, Wis..'stands so stark and domineering president of the Wisfconsih Farm'against the sky is no longer need-Bureau federation, and Kenneth led by its present owners. Hones, Chippewa Falls; Wis.,  "Elevator for Sale," the ad pro-head of the Wisconsin Farmers"claimed, "Storage capacity 520,-imion, were among the leading 000 bushels. Wood construction spokesmen who favqred continu-, with 450 foot dockage on navi-ed government programs. igable river.   Write or dial 6666. Neal Peck.    Peshtigo,    Wis., [Red   Arrow   Malting master of the Wisconsin State fManitowoc Wis." Grange, told the committee that; Space Nol Needed his organization favored many of" The old elevator is being dis-the federal programs but was op- ;poged o� because its storage space posed to "farm acreage and mar-::s not necessary for company ket controls except as a last re--business, a Red Arrow official told sort when other economic means | the Herald-Times. Although it: have failed as a means to protect (has been used,for storage of most farm prices from a collapse. ] varieties* of grain since it was . Parity Plan Outdated jbuilt in 1897,: of recent years it The   committee is conducting has held only barley for local hcarinps throughout the country malting companies, to determine what farmers want    "One of the malting companies the government to do about ag- (in this city'i*.how storing its bar-riculture and present programs 000 mentioned by1 Mr. Truman: as proposed emergency relielf for; those two countries^, The id�resi-j dent is expetea  to.'aisle''-wore tbiRiaj Wfliop^ Hollars hi' ail to 1.6 fires had ;beeri extinguished yesterday. None lof.the remaining fates' is ; large, SWift saidi but a ' g^od ^ind could expand them tp: the'danger .point."  Swift;said, also therfe was "no cniance"'of the ban on hunting in this forest areas beijig lifted ber fkv;e. next week.   . i, 'The liftiftg of the ban on hsinting and trapping |s not yet justified . in view of She great danger still existing,"! he said. "There is no chance of the ban being lifted before qext week arid then only if i soaking rains eiitmnate the I last chaice- of the fiffs spreading.11       I tide needy foreign nation, ^ver i . � � ^Uer to be extra cau t&TE i'lSTORSCilJ1 the. municipal airport'.this jric)i|rn3ng bpf ore: Left to right are Gordon, wh i is. ferrying t Flyfcg Service, Mrs jaimes Mvonkai1 Mr PiV etrpit!tD iEl Monie, Calif.:, for tihe Philipps and Mrs. N.iJ. James, a daughter whose home is the 31. winter until March '--No Emcxs�ncf  ! Taber,   whose committee write any appropriations bill for: such relief, returned heme from Europe: only yesterday. He | said will on In Red Inquiry |uiiion;-ckid^u^'. I told fl&nipr^pojmpMrtfjHteag *-':?&] .   ,   ,  ,,,.    , ,.    ..   ... | Hollywood union leader once: said t� rs instead of gambling'in thisihe KjuId use the national labor Film of 'The Outlaw' Will Be Spiiei!, Gih^f of \Police Says ^arrant l^sfied T;o!4. Ban Sriowiiic||Wpvie m tter. Hunters: are apt to jurnp at conclusions when jthe first ra ndrop falls, letting i their optimism  overcorrje t tih^ir   g^od juigment: - -id--^. ���{..   �su n :Michigan, the conservation members of the French cabinet v artment described the sitha-and^se jit ^e^S. ^erobassyij^ n &s ,much brighier� but. �id in Paris did not mention need for emergency aid whqn he n fires �   4he areaJ taTb-ciH tifitH Thorn TTirr, ti7�*ilrc nan   ' a?y!r se watch will be kqpt oh the talked with them two weeks ago Saying "it is high timej the company,! country be given all the facts," Halleck echoed Taber's views on foreign relief neetis. He said that "jess than four weeks ago we were told that $580,000,000 would be, needed" for: Europe. Since then, he said, the administration has "managed to rake lip" about $200,000,000. "Now we are told that $642,-000,000 will be needed," he went on. kies were overcast km Wisconsin today wrs forecast. in north-and rain many of which expire at the end oi next year. Peck declared that the present parity forrhula fbr farm prices is "badly out of: date and congress should take steps as soon as possible to provide a formula which will constantly be kept modern and show an equitable relationship in price between the (Continued on Page 2, Col. 6) fbimations, no attemDtl was made ti produce rain: artifidially over tiie 4,800 acre fire nearj Iron Belt fn Iron county yesterday. A-conservation department plane loaded with dry ice to be dfopped into'clouds was waiting aKthe Si niowish airport reft&y to try Blast Injures London Trains Collide; 31 Die Accident Occurs in Dense Morning Fog London, lip) - Two commuter-packed suburban' electric trains collided in a. dense fog this morning, 'filling at; least, 31 persons arid irjjuriing mire than 63 others. Railway officials said one of the trains was probing its way slowly through the fog toward south Croydoic when there suddenly was a blinding flash and a grinding explosion as a following train rarome$ into the rear of the first, i        i ! ' � The last two coaches of th^ first train were:thrown off the rails' ley in elevators in Minneapolis near the sourcevof supply," ihe company spokesman said}   "This makes ^levator A unnecessary in!to the nation: tonight, our plans." ;. . ' For the past five to eigiit years j the building has stood 1 largely empty,  he  explained.   Small .amounts  of barley  have   been.j f"^Q   f% stored  there  during  this  tur,e, / Q  /'c/"SO/IS however, with the last grain  removed from its bins last July, puring its early years, when it was the only elevator in the city, it was filled with all kind^ :of grains.  Later as the rjialting industry   developed,   only  barley was handled. i _ ., .  ,    ith 1 experiment todiavi if condi^ Tomorrow or the next day jj ns   ^oved favorabl^. ' it may be more. j : -i I The background against which Mr. Truman: will recommend a three-prograrp of action to con-( gress next rrjonth is expected to -be set forth' in1 detail in his report lovikov, Russian Envoy, Replaced j       i       ' �   - t j     . " Panyushkin TojTake i Over Office in ill. S. ondon PhiladelpWa, (JP)-^A chemical kevf regdrded^^arf aivb'ca'te of explosion ripped outittjree floors, Sgoviet-America^ friei|aship and Barge Loading? At the height of iis activity the old elevator did rrjuch of }rts business by barge. Marine loading and unloading equipmentivas installed and, ^used a igood part of the time although ithe build- co peration, has bee
                            

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