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13 Apr 1947

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13 Apr 1947

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 13, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal a time bulletin vol. 17, no. 49. Racine wis., sunday april 13, 1947. A pm 8 pages big Public endorses in guidance on greek Issue Rigi p director Terri run Init Tull of Public opinion Princeton n a senator a i Vandenbergh to proposal � Fig the United nation in 2tam to Aid Greece agrees to disarm Reich u the present at american people. The discussion of be began. Institute f und the people be that the United i i Ilion was not in 1 i the Vandenberg yid give the u. N. New our actions in trend f Hance. The first nation wide Survey the t. A Lute found that a ?� Al majority of vote. Wanted e \ it to if aiding Greece cd it. to the of. N. As re red March 28 tin did not an that the country opposed the United states take the hat. E in giving Aid to Greece. Judging by an anal of the Billot it simply meant that people Felt Washington should consult closely with the i. N. And should not take actions which a a Jot it of it. X. Member might disapprove. a t Survey just completed a a a i a even larger proper \ feel tins to in the j Parrot proves mouthpiece for master Bakersfield Calif a j i a a Parrot is perhaps not the Best Legal counsel but one saved a Bakersfield citizen from spending a night in jail. W d. Melton a arrested on a charge of driving while n toxic Ted. Melton arresting officers said. Submitted peacefully to the arrest. But not so the Parrot Rodrigues. He protested vociferously. The Bird finally was quieted and taken to the station with his owner. Once there however Rodrigues again berated everyone within earshot. Harriet police locked up Melton but discovered they had no facilities for Birds. Alter a fruitless search for a Parrot rage. Authorities released Melton on bail to take his Bird Home. Strike feared As steel labor remain silent 7the thing is to make the people Good. U s. Proposal i for peace pad to Start talk Pittsburgh. A a steel and its labor Force which began the year in an Aura of Good feeling find time running out on that pleasant interlude a strike nobody want could be the result. Thi grim Prospect results from a reported Lack of accomplishment in contract negotiation Between the u. S. Steel corporation i and the c. I. United steel a worker. These negotiation in the past set the Pace for the entire Industry. Last year they fixed a National wage pattern both sides repeatedly have sex � pressed their distaste for a strike. The Cost would be staggering to j Industry As Well As to the Union towage earners. Deadline near it conceivably could paralyse the nation to economic Struc Ture by i cutting off the Supply of Basic steel. Officially the Union and a big steel Quot Are silent on the negotiations under a self imposed censorship agreed upon when 1947 Washington a Olin a the negotiations started amiable with. _. _ the Union granting a contract sex labor department announced to Evajon of 75 Days from fat a l5. Telephone talks will continue Mosco Vav a it tvs the court Oil of foreign ministers decided saturday night to take i up monday the american pro i postal for a four Power pact i to insure German disarmament. This Mav offer the last Opportunity for agreement Here on a major Issue the derision to bring up Tho prop., first offered by the former u. S Secretary of state carries of Byrnes came in a meeting of four hours and 20 minute during Whit agreed the ministers land Reform should be effected in Germany by the end of 1947. These Are Little people future grownup a in kindergarten class. Their rapt attention la for a letter from America s to Delegate Warren Austin being read by their Leacher. Alma Haring. 1 la 2 a be destroyed by dec. 31, 194j War. They should t have guns. The formal signature was a Okishin sunday school they say Hergarten playmates it beneath love of the Little children expressed in Many ways. Your letter confirms my Faith in the great purpose upon which 51 nations Are serving. I Hope that you will conjectural and to by Arthur re Kerby _ _ Lake Success. N. Y. A this Tok. That were the names in crude but ,. Thou Shalt not kill. The thing isto was to be an important session. Quot firm Block letters Carol David. Of the United nations Security to make the people Glt Vii by giving Ronny Judith Pat. Helen. Bever Council. Them Good training in this world j by Loraine and 18 others. It was before him at the Horseshoe Quot the thing is to be very kind their letter ideas they had formed j Tiniuc to develop the ideas you barely two weeks of that Liberal shaped Council table United states Why done to they love one another As they talked about the world have so beautifully expressed in Extension remain and Industry i it Elegate Warren Austin had two and help everybody and make with their classroom teacher. Bliss your ?� and rom Nav officials in an Effort i your pcs frankly Are worried that sheaves of paper. One was the some buildings for families to have Alma Haring at Public school 90. In to 4 the deadline will pass without an speech he was going to make to some More cows and horses and Richmond Hill. N y Oer to to break the deadlock in the the Union served its explain u. S. Aid to Greece. The lambs and Apple tree and Pear to Carol David Runny and All a voice Telephone strike and find a Settle 130-Day strike notice last Jan. 15 other was a letter from 26 Kinder Trees and peach Trees. And train the others. Delegate Austin wrote 3. Day Quot exploratory discussions were under Way with the Union War factories in the principal category be liquidated by june 30. 1948. The Council was unable to decide whether main governmental Powers in Germany Are to be held by a Central government by the individual states. In b ,1"it v7 i tent formula for the seven Day in compliance with the Smith Garten school children., a a the of walkout. Connally act. So that nectar both had to do with peace for w do formal negotiations broken up proceeding a strike Call is the world. It in no run 01 Down Federal conciliators were accomplished. Quot dear senator Austin Quot the let faced with the task of starting Philip Murray president of the ter from the children began. A oho iou think the problem of a gtd pict recce and Turkey should be turned Over to the i Nike nations organization Quot mar. 28 today in. 56% 63% no. 25 23 no opinion 19 14 i. to o Vandenberg plan the people to make things to be a this answer Barber and things like that. A Little people make the villages Quot please ask god kindly to make the nation and the whole world the people across the Ocean and Quot your part in this great plan of the americans too every Little our heavenly father is important. From scratch. A War is fighting. People hate boy and girl in every country. Union As Well As the c. I. O., has negotiators for the american Cai de meetings of the steel work and take people s clothes away. To make them better. I Telephone a Telegraph co. J erg executive Board and policy they should think to not make a a owe love you Quot j checked out of their Washington committee for april 19-21. He hotel and have returned to shunned comment on the purpose new Ork City. But Industry believes the to the announcement that the mentors decision to strike sex new discussions Are in Progress be contract further will be came from assistant secreting of me in the policy committee Security Council Cham Gucci rapped sharply in mired Quot the one Hundred and Twenty eighth session of the United nations Security Council is now in ?� senator Austin carefully folded Hyde the letter from Carol David. Hon president by and All the others and put it saturday t Ruman lauds life of . Park. N. ?"rth�?" Truman paid tribute to Franklin Delano j ?1�?t1 Jhn w saw a cd monday a a Milf line Nili Ulwin Fri � Pahi ref Quot trip Ahdar t. Giving the right to rail a prs so decided. Filiation service director Edgar l. Fluted a i Warren. Halt if thi Gula a Salty of the a pie to the United h a been demonic disc Moo of recent i uprising in the recent past. It having an Intima ration to handle 1 twee n nation was Quot exploratory discussions with both sides Are going on Quot a joint statement said. A owe Are exploring mime angles in an Effort to work out a the Union has 800,000 members in All segment of the steel Industry. About 170,000 in u. S. Steel to largest Basic steel producing subsidiaries. Demands secret. The difficulties in the u. S. Vote approves curb on unions although the Union rejected steel negotiations probably Are what a t a t had described As More frustration rather than in its a final offer that did not Rule Washington let it a senile Republican voted Zilo 7 to Lump All labor legislation proposals in a single measure and risk the possibility of a presidential veto which would kill All such legislation in this Congress. Wallace talk shocking thing Lewis softens Vandenberg tells reporters m a did a passe. The Union has not made out the possibility that the comets wage demands specific Public l any proposal not be used by the negotiators agreed to pass Iii a Wii -1 the basis of further Negolia a Guch co8t�?� items for discussion a i Cartier i no k of Uch non Cost details As the House labor comm it tee saturday Washington. Up the far bark As the the ground that it applied uses demand a Union shop Republican drafted government. I suggest that the in he says. Of world a my Noyes and a not applicable it Urx t Certa n Knodt by clamping tight restrictions on a Rte it question not what . Robertson he though in every poll taken. I Onn Noo a Mil nver of the. 1 after a certain period Wallace will do in 1948 but what Ator Pepper be. Overwhelming p y the i seniority and other proposals. A labor unions. l5 doing in 1947 Quot opponent. Of the greek to ties backed the idea of a i nation organization. A the in had begun to the american people by no Means satisfied with Rogrs i a making. As a Tiv Jar Jary. 1947 poll i 39 per it satisfied w Ith Quot res of the u. N up to time 33 Dif satisfied and 28 Faith in it. X steady. Only to some 20.000 Long distance 17�"� inn a a in Quot Ion a he approve Al a ,. 1 a a a a 1_____ i ii requiring Empi Oves 10 join be will it nor tart question is not what . I Robertson said he thought scoot i. We a turkish Mutual desire for clarification of the vote was 18 to 4. With in a speech at Manchester Wal Aid plan had a Quot perfect right Quot to the current Porta pay soils three democrats supporting like 15 ,.r Dei Laird the a United states express opposition views in this a a a. Country. But he questioned the propriety of a former vice Percsi in fact the plan could not w Ork away in his pocket without you. I have been greatly then he began his speech about it eve a j Rea humanitarian helped in my Public service by the Greece. J a a a we brought Hope and courage it it despairing hearts when fear a i destroying the Faith of the people a the Symbol of fortitude Justice and at the same time on the second anniversary of the death of . Roosevelt the Franklin d. Roosevelt memorial foundation through Henry Morgenthau . Announced a Quot living memorial Quot in the form of International Pittsburgh u a pres Lent Rhola ships it John l. Lewis of the United mine it it a National Hoeker. Saturday authorized Dis . Truman. Morgenthau and i it a lenders to permit the Fleanor Roosevelt spoke on a of soft Coal mines which National radio program co Mem it in Vlf j rating the death of . Roosevelt ,. A a 1 to e Observance of which w is Cen h ugh is a is tact 3. The Ollowa Ting a to Lewis in order to avoid undue los. Washington �?"5�enator had embarked on a program of Vandinburg Mic saturday a ruthless Ile deterred Henry Wallace to appeals j scribed proposed Loans to Greece in England a of Shin King j and Turkey of Quot the first Down the Republican chairman of the payment in a plan without shape Senate foreign relations commit end Quot tee offered this comment to re Wallace speeches during hts porters on speeches by the former present tour abroad also Drew democratic vice president against Sharp criticism from senator re president Truman to greek Turk yertson.-wyo.who told in Ash Aid program porters Quot i think it is a shocking thing a of done to think that the Brill h when an american citizen give people Are going to by foolish abroad to speak against his own enough to be influenced by what Fri worked strict u of mini they Deer Frank u m w. R Seipt of Cie prompted the agreement to steer Republican members in approving Clear of wage items. A the drastic measure. Guesses on what the Union voting against the Bill were four wants in the Way of wage boosts democrats representatives John Range All the Way from in cents est it i Mic Augustine b an hours similar to the raise Kelley Aray j. Madden to strik granted c. I. O rubber workers ind and John f. Kennedy to 20-cent-plus figure w Hatch the mass. My Wisconsin Telephone Guild la j m Ettje Cathan report Quot is reported Early passage forecast. Guild pickets pay stations Milwaukee Odd giving Milwaukee s 12.348 pay Sisto have fixed As the amount steel walks ashore on ice floes Marinette. ?"4u��?"three the measure scheduled for members of a fishing Crew Are not that the non �? ?t treat ran afford to pay without heavy Noor Ronolde ration thl3 week. B 5afc after Parkin lha Way Over belie Ira to see the ment. The surveys president Arthur b. Lefevre of the Guild said that since pay Sta Robert Nathan for the Union Lions were property of the struck Wisconsin Telephone firm they Wert considered subject to Guild picket line. He added however that since the Guild planned not to spread it ranks Tex thin the St a Strong at peace for in Rooper Lon. Rather be i vocation to the 1920 inroads on profit. Aimed at preventing nation wide two mlis a 0# treacherous ice cake the Nathan report was pre Iii mind two Miles 01 Irea Cuerou ice Caes a a of Hari Cainin. Outlaw the room a i a err hair i Hin us in sheep and require 75-Day Quot Cooling done in the ice Flat is of Green off Quot periods enforced by court Hay. E of that fiefs ski anxious the u n in Gram. Playmate sets fire t0�hamed a a a chairman Kreda Fahmy rep i i Lynx mass. A up a hauled x j predated House a. Age of Ltd of when a Varni caught in injunction a in dispute in .dustries. Vital thi Crew of the "seabird.�?� Mike i Bari Insko Floyd Jarman and nazi torturers show no emotion at film record picketing of the Nickel Booths a pm a a a up a Metal barrel. 8 .e Bill by nay he a know up Wom is off red Arrow would be a oin name year old Robert Ranalli was edged that the Senate probably Park t, lid they were fre. He appealed to owners of pro doused in kerosene and set ablaze will adopt a Milder Bill but a cd men a up to their shoulders in erty on which pay phones were and his Mother named a 10-year his committee s measure will by lev Waers they floundered to located to halt Telephone company old playmate As the cd . Vigorously defended on the part s t Ely a rectors in their at tempt to pm the youth was discovered by of the House when w e get to the tug had been thought lost Dent and presiding officer of the Senate doing what Wallace done. A of think ifs a hell of a situation when a Man who has held High office in this country goes to another country and tries to persuade them against the policy of his of n country Quot Robertson said. U. Tired Here in the Hudson Valley firt Iun it it it re thousands paid their tribute 1 a the Roosevelt family Home broadcasting from Kansas City a 1 c i a where he flew after a visit with f Coal production the pre,.Dent h j to her a grand Lew m f each distr it a authorized to Riiman runt permission tor hmm i run ,0 -.j. The resumption of pro a Utu it a at natural human a poom of in now closed where there i by where a character and personality of Franklin a Ofranklin Roosevelt rests. The president continued a oin the a pot he held Dearest his Home. He i is reasonable ground to believe from the information available to him that the mines have been placed in a Safe condition Hughes said the message did not Adolv to the 518 pits listed Asun #. Julius of thin tor what loved definition of democracy stumps soviet minister Moscow. A a a trim Garter asked Deputy foreign mint b a y Vishinsky to define democracy the russian ply Al it would take time to answer that question but he could say that Quot first we believe that democracy demands a struggle against fascism and not the encouragement of fascism it did the society Deputy agree Safe by Interior Secretary a. Krug. They will be kept closed until passed by Federal inspectors. Previously Lew is had asked the Coil mint s administration to certify the safety of All but to o of the nation s soft Coal pits. Effect of the continued Bein against uncertified mines listed the Krug a unsafe Quot order was not existed to be great. More than half the 153 mines closed in Pennsylvania already have been federally inspected Anil approved. Badges stolen Baltimore. A a two most his country its Homes its institutions its people sharing their stubborn belief in Freedom under a just god in whose almighty Beneficence rests the Hope of the world this the Midi visit grave. Morgenthau. President of the Roosevelt memorial foundation said that before the scholarships can he instituted the foundation would concentrate on comp Ling a full and accurate record of Roosevelt to Public life ceremonies Here were held on the Flagstone portico of the Roose pay Hie phone Coin boxes. He said neighbor and his condition a conference with the Senate Quot b t w a a a gated by a Cua to guard with u s sir Alary of St Lar Var. A Lekse a 1.na Shalls definition of Democrat athe auxiliary collectors were at said to be not serious. I House committee action came As tempting to carry on in the a police questioned his playmate Senate republicans went Senee of striking workers. The Coin boxes automatically the idea of Quot burning Robert at the legislation a Cutter Quot sundew Quot which had been no seeking to Rescue a second fishing velt Home where the president Emu told their Superior that u9rd to Sun himself on warm sprig Day and where he received his neighbors on election nights to prone had a Cir uniform a ten the badges off Coats. They sex Vishinsky parried by asking the who allegedly told them he got Ccu inference to discuss Union control beet t he Quot Quot a Safe a Quot on which three ?�?Ond,�?.nt. He a red �?1. The Senate labor i Mon had rapped for a Uhm Kyd definition. That ended to is ?"<>4�?" if in charged with for the operation j concentration Camps thou any outward on at moving pie ? the plight of the hot eject All additional coins after they stake Quot from a movie he had seen committee has been meeting in Hollis Are full he explained. A recently. Executive session the past few when the a Sarah Quot was brought j Days to draft its Bill. Safely to Shore four fishing tugs Hartley predicted that his com out to find the abandoned ves Mittee s Bill would not be toned be blk were unable to locate her. Own when it reaches the House the a seabirds Quot owner Tom cof i floor tuesday if any changes Are Rcv. Jaid the was parted made by the House he said. They a the a Keg it harder to distil be in the direction of even Linguish on the background of the stronger restrictions on unions. Lee a oif there is a change it will be a the Exchange. Plumed the Shields were taken celebrate hts victories. Right in the station too. It Hap. Thousands of persons their Pend when they left their Coats respects at the Roosevelt grave in behind to go on Wagon duty they the nearby Garden. Said. Shells fall on rail Center As chinese reds Advance Hitler s fear of super fort disclosed in charred record ? n in a is Gem Oswald ?" a a shells were re j went into action in attempt to j ? Xhu prob to no Cir Ike a a rus Jan it at til y vat parted failing within shirk each Check a communist drive in Cen unum shop. Haiti y said. In tue Jolt Ulfig Burden i Tiev of 0>wie eng As communists intensified trial and Southern Shansi province. Committee id. Corpses Gas pressure against that important heavy engagements were reported i a to Wou id Perm i a Union shop it voc a Hope province rail Center 165 in Progress West of the yellow a Cash 04,1 a closed River. Shop reds retreating from Shansi would halt Coal strike. Province. Farther West have Hartley said in reply to a ques Al a my a a a a strengthened forces All Cady in Don that the Bill Quot absolutely Quot to wed corpses Miles South of piping. E neck tons i government planes evacuated destined for the officials and nationalist command and piles of Gold moved reinforcements to the scene. Government accounts said the reds already had occupied the Nee k shots railway station at Chengting. A few Miles to the North. Shih Kiachiang is located at the intersection of two vital railways a the North South piping Han in from inmates of 18.400 Peri led by k Camp in one Day. 1 that when soviet an Oswie Eim Ausch of lurid 120 children who had been left alive experiments. I Frankfurt. Germany Zug i Adolf Hitler had a terrible fear of the american b-29 super fort of minors cd orc bomber in the last month of ?" of a repro the War and an amazing Lack of tentative Vursell rep., Iii said Faith in his own a weapons j which . Joseph Goebbels prom Europe during the War. But Hitler to repeated references to them showed he feared them perhaps even More than the approaching armies of the allies. As for the Al and v-2 weapons. Yanks to be returned in permanent caskets Chicago i a a caskets to be used in repatriating the remain of soldiers now interred overseas were designed tor final burial in this country the army announced. That Secretary of Interior Krug is Shansi province. Would bar a strike by John l Truman picks la As Mother s Day to nazis shot Helen Belgium Washington a a pre i Kew line and the eat West line Dent Truman has designated Sun twin Geo and Day. May la As Mother s Day. . Ai it tunning Between Taiyuan yanku.,1w a a a a a acres reports said the sound of j j�"�"130 Cal de on a a Hemment of of 5u5pend Lac bar artillery vees clearly audible with a vials and the people generally gaming rights for one year. Hart Dodge his own responsibility Quot for safety in the i transcripts of his wartime con Lewis soft Coal Miner july i ration to Coal mines and place it Ferencek. Captured by the u. S when the mines Are returned to upon the mine worker safety army and released Here. Disclosed a private owners by the government. T committee Hitler told Herman Goering and Quot that would be an unlawful Vursell said in a statement that members of the army general staff concerted Hartley said f a Okrueg knows none of these Jan. To. 1945 he said the miners could be a Emmittee Are equipped with a things Are such that the enjoined the operators could sue proper technical and scientific american b-29 now is in action the United mine workers Al instrument. Necessary to deter the japanese see them already. Col. J. N. Gage officer of the Chicago quartermaster depot said the announcements intended to Spike reports that next of pm would be required to secure in additional casket for final interment. _. A. _. The army casket. Gage said. To the partly burned Menn graphic Hitler had different Blea when a a Landard Tut hermetically charred records of his secret staff ised the German people would conference showed. Turn the tide at the War for them. Ertly to i generals ame Day he was so Wor for damage and it would be pos Minc whether not a mine is Safe Quot Vursell represent. The 23rd i feel a great danger and one cannot weigh this danger too lightly. The b-29 bomber ran be Germany destruction. These in the City. A piping newspaper to display the Flag that Day to icy said he knew of no plan to Illinois congressional District in it g Quad executed to estimated communist strength at show the a reverent esteem in discuss the legislation with Prest which a recent mine explosion at deadly machine will make their a he nazi Bree Donck 100.000 men. J which we hold the mothers of our j Dent Truman before it goes to the Centralia claimed the lives of 111 appearance Here 5 a own 1 to the West. Government planes floor. Members. The b-29 never appeared in he spoke on the tied b-29 a of am sorry to say that a weapons cannot decide the the fuehrer was incredulous when Gen. Alfred Jodi told him a v-2 in had hit the Rex movie House in Antwerp dec. 17, 1944. Killing 1,100 persons. His comment was Quot that must have been the first successful hit with a v-2 cd. Conservative steel coffin. It to i lacquered gloss enamelled Tai about the appearance of the antique statuary Bronze equipped he said. With conventional handles and lined with Interior upholstering of White Rayon he added. Sunday school week Dison wis. .4�?" acting gov. Rennebohm asked the reside of Wisconsin to observe april 14 to 20 As sunday school week i it is i reefing their attention to the prob so miraculous. I am sceptical and lems of juvenile delinquency Ted cannot believe Quot How Best to meet

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