Manitowoc Herald Times, October 24, 1947

Manitowoc Herald Times

October 24, 1947

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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 meetrpit!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 LeaRS ,RO PS_ DUT (he ri\^er ajiprpximatel^ 15 years|NO PjOSSengerS Injured Northern Clrairi conipiiy', whilch tetained it for only a Few yeajrs. The Weste-tv Eleva^ori company oi Chicago then purchased the property ar)d held it fob about |10 !rtan.i Thejy:sold it to1 the Bart-' Jett-Frazier company ioif Chicago. ... � , ,. ... fin about 1;939 the old building ana the ,two leading cars of the ���houfrt by the Norrris CSrain following tram were splintered.a!so of Chicago, smashed and telescoped. There is The Red Amjw Malting com. no locomotive on these commuter , acquired ^ property in trams. _ ^ .May of 1845. This firm also ovms Nearby residents sind there was |A large. ,Rrain storagq structure complete, sdOTW for a few mo- ^ si.Je of thelriver near ments after the crash anc, then J0th ^ g: rf d they beganJo hear screams and B ^ buMing is ]arser ^ ^ cries for^elp; coming through the.^ bei|jg so!dshaving a ^ swirling ifog.^ ,of i 300 000. bushels. CUmbihg high, spiked railings '_4____ the fresidfents pushed to the scene ! i and saw passengers fighting their j ; 13 LOST IN BLAST wa\j frbm the Wrecked carriages,! : Pils^n, *. CzvchcsloviUda, yF) kicking out broken windows and Thirteen persons weire reported calling for help for the injured. '� missing today fp'lowirjg an explo-AmbuIjanc0s! and fire engines sion injthe Tryle chemical factory, rushed *ha scene but the latter .Workers are hunting in, the btjrn-wcre turned back unneeded. led ruiiis for bodies. : " ago. according to oldtithers with , , ..... Uie.coinparjyr.-: ! \ ma*, Mool.,;(/^The Mil|wau-!'ie pile dsffenng economic Elevator ; A was bujlt by thejlkee. railroad Olympian Hiawatha"-s ao-ount pfferedi n take bver irsy artists," he declared. j ..________ t A'slied if they succeeded, jiis- of lack of proper cloud jney replied; " "They did take them over.": by of . Distiey testified at hearings the hpuse cbrhmit.tee on un-Amler-ican activities on Communist jac-tivitifsjin the movie industry, jThrealened 'Smear' Sorjrell, he said, threatened! to "sme^rf' him if he did not agree to the' unions' demands and to mak a i a dust bowl" out of f:he Disnsy studios at Burbank, Calif As Soon as Sorreil called the strikt, � JJisney said. Communists and Cornmiitust groups started-a "sn ear'' canipaign.. Among the group s that attacked him, he. said, vras he League of" Women Voters. . � | 'There was just no way you could fight it back," j he added. Before calling Disnjey, the cqm-mitte; heard from' Mrs. Lela Rogers of Hollywood and Oliver Carlson of Los Angeles as it rounded out. t le first of - three weeks i of hearings:on Co|mrnunism and fhe movies.! i Mr:. [Rogers, mother of actrjess Ginger Rogers, told the congriess rhemliers- she and her daughter have rejected many movie scripts becausei they detected taints Comrpunist propaganda, R�ds in Schools Carlson, who acknowledges for mer Communist party member sajip, said the Reds have been worknjf for years to win influence: n ithe movie world and have also iojught control jof the Los Ange: es .public schools. Nejtiweek the committee is! to hear ivhat it has terrned "hostile witness," These include some writes; who have been labeled Comriukiists or followers of The party line by witnesses before ^he comrr itjee. v \ ' '\ '� , Tht llos Angele3 local chapter idf th: American Federation , of Teacl ens "has been dominated by Comriunists,"xCarls6n said. Ma:iy teachers, .he added, refusrd to join the uiilon because of it; Communist leaning and hav^ complained to the parent union Car Isbn related that a recent schob board election in the city hrjoiight out 24,543 votes for Ian unsiii cessful dpmmunist candidate; Wtiile bult a small oerceht-agej | df the to^al vote, he siiq. it iiioicatfes the. strength party; ' r' ..... Chief of Police Jamas J. Kup-lice said ati noon today that the motidn picturej'.; "Th^ Outlaw," starring; JaAe Russell,:'whiclt has been runnujg at the 'Strand theater here the padt-two nights; will definitely: riot be shown tonight or hereafter.  ;;. j:! y/: \y }.-XlV ^Rr^l-WeWeaWpllilir^ ''obfeftfonaMc "ar^itrriaentel to pubfit morals,"!|i to !bef batuMJa, Chief; Kuplk isiated,. teithjer through: the enforcement of a city ordinance':preventing| the sho!wi!ng of I such: Jfilms or, by the voluntary withdrawal qf the picture hy Nicholas Johnson, theater manager, i i |, i 'Objectionable' Picture* : The picture, described by a committee of citizens who viewed it Wednesday night at being "objectionable and detrimental to pubhe morals," is1; bfcing Ibahhed, ChiefiKuphc statejdi through the enforcement of a) !cipy ordinance preventing the j shbvjdng of : such fllms.i :: '!'!:,; : |. . I] At a meetingj this morning, tended by Mayor Herbert J. Schipper, City Attorney Edward Meye^, District jAJttorneyl Fred G. Dicke and Chief JfCuplic, the Jnay-or usreven j tonight's third scheduled shb vin'g. ; . | j . [ 'The Oufla w," i which opjened at the; Strahd Wednesday n,i^ht; has dniwn cjpacjty crowds .for all shavings 'sinjeej then.;The ijnk-jority1 cf people who 'have s^en the filnr report that in th^ir opinion "jth::re is nothing, really bad about! ^feifceritj' perhaps; that it ig strictly ,a| fourth-rate: pictire."i Thursdsy e.veiing lbng lints ofi movie-goers formed outside of the theiiter! onj.Eightb and Chicago streets: for poth of tne Qvenj iag perfortijances. �'."!' i | .) ; : j However. ;.thf citizens commit-arison sam. i. ,1ee. of IjaKKufc Jfejpersons, iiaclddind . he added, have -,AiMeilPr. ; While the raging flames Iwere: : checked. iuli Bar Harbor,: [fears were : 'expressed Desert : island, jnerlacing; other communities; Shifting or stronger yfinds: might. Vreak-havoq at Bar Harbor. Foilr known deaths attributable So the flames were [reported; b y "^authorities. Uncbnfiitmed repbrts said three more [lives were jiost in ai boat collision dur-|big the .evacuation. ' l: Poijce Chief George C. AJbbott reported; tak assessed valtie; ofj  (Coktinued or Page 4, |Coi..6) HI NABOR AIM mum Heavep's! ihe only place mow you | can lay up treasures wh'ero. ihey'll be;safe from both in-II at ion and taxes. < ;