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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 20, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 17, to. 50.racine, wis. Sunday april 20, 1947. S Page Shalt lend lease to Russia Van Denby a Dewey remains gop favorite for presidency Low Market greets smelt Marinette wis a it pm the first big smelt spawning run in six years has started and apparently has caught the fish dealers with their markets Down. Hundreds of dippers lined the Bridges across the Menominee River and other streams the last three nights. Heavy catches were reported but there was a Slacken re George director. American Institute of Public opinion. Princeton. N j a the three gang off saturday night. It popular candidates for 1948 ably was just As Well since there among Republican voters continue was no Market for the fish. To be governor Dewey Harold e. Fish dealers found themselves Stassen and senator Arthur h. Short of boxes ice Railroad cars Vandenberg with governor Dew and orders. In the first place the eve considerably in the Lead. Spawning run was unexpected. Others with substantial popular i Here haunt been a big run since backing from Republican ranks 1941 in the second place there to polled by the Institute include a Telephone strike on and no one senator Robert a. Taft. Senator could phone orders or keep in John w. Bricker general Dwight touch with fluctuating fish prices d Eisenhower governor Earl in the cities. Warren of California. General do a net smelt prices tumbled Douglas Macarthur and senator from to cents to 3 cents a Pound. Leverett Saltonstall of Massachi dealers confined their purchases setts. 13 smelt brought in by commercial most voters decided. Fishermen who operate out in a noteworthy feature of the Green Bay with Gill nets. The Survey is the comparatively Low commercial fishermen were get proportion of Republican voters no no More than 4 or 5 cents who have no Choice of candidate at this time. Only 23 per cent of the rank and file have no definite person in mind now. This is a Low figure in comparison to the non voting that is found w Hen contested open party primaries Are held in various states. In the 1944 Wisconsin primaries for example when Wendell Winkle pitted his strength against 6 major issues face legislature in coming week Madison wis. Our a this week s meeting of the Wisconsin memorial Hospital with a Bullet wound in the jaw. Shoots guest Dies of stroke Owosso ?"<jp>�?"dr. Alfred l. Arnold sr., 89-year-old former mayor of Owosso died of a stroke saturday shortly after i he shot and wounded a guest at a 1 family card party. Herbert Chaplin. 24. Was taken Gressional districts have reached the floor of either House yet. Critics have accused the legislature w hich has been in session three and a half months of Drifting. The Senate judiciary committee will Start work on the housing problem when it will hold hearings on nine housing Bills. The chief measures introduced by senator Robert Tehan dem., Milwaukee would create a state housing authority to co ordinate local and saturday when an Illinois Central Ltd ral Bome build Quot a a and would appropriate $10,000,000 Union asks . To use pressure in phone strike ?" let it Joseph a Beirne called for a government legislature will Mark a turning a a tres re it against strike bound i be elderly Man appeared Sud. Point in the 1947 session. It Ilia in the room said and Clephone to produce a on tuesday the first action on opened fire with the revolver at Wase offer by them paralleling any of the six big issues before Chaplin w to was seated next to pay boosts in other industries. The session will Start in the Senate. His wife. The Leader of the striking phone despite his wound Chaplin and unions told reporters he thinks mrs. A. L. Arnold or. Disarmed the u time for the government to older Man and he returned to his demand a wage offer from the rooij1 Bell system affiliates. When officers arrived they Beirnes National federation of found him unconscious on the bed. Telephone workers earlier had he died shortly afterwards. Submitted a statement to the physicians said death was White House outlining the caused by a stroke which appear ? position in the 14-Day no Bills tackling the remaining Ertly caused the aged doctor to strike. Five big problems the state go berserk. Cites previous action. Budget and taxes veterans Bonus. Pay with so these developments in the phone school aids housing and reap por Alfred Arnold jr., in the latter to strike came after an agreement Tion ment of legislate and con j Home. Chaplin served in the air Force in India three years ago. On that Day the Senate begins debate on the first major labor Bill to outlaw strikes n Public utilities with compulsory arbitration by the state As a last resort in settling Utility troubles. Accused of Drifting. 2 killed 20 Hurt in train wreck Champaign 111�?" or a two governor Dewey stirring up of. A v. Men were killed and 20 injured w a spread publicity the number i of people we Tho showed enough in saturday when an Illinois Central j _ _ Crest to participate in this Pri passenger train the streamlined for state act to City and municipal tonal football league halfback drive to Settle the phone tie up Intra by was Only about half of the City of Miami struck a faulty j veterans to housing projects. From the Chicago cardinals. Vol ring 340.000 strikers number who voted for the re pub switch and left the tracks. I action on the Bonus Bills that 1 cuff was traded to the Cardi was reached in new York averting a nation wide walkout of50.000 Western Union Teleg Raphers f which had been set for May 4. A millions of dollars have been granted by other industries within the last few Days in second round wage increases a Beirne told newsmen after an t w. Policy meeting. A Oitt to my belief the government should use pressure to make the Green Bay wis. Our the Telephone companies give similar Green Bay packers today an wage increases it bounced the Purchase of the con As Beirne spoke government tract of Ward cuff Veteran a conciliators embarked on a new packers buy halfback cuff till lean ticket the following novem the dead were Charles Redus have been introduced and on the na�5 i1� summer by the new Ork Ber 70, Centralia 111., the conductor j half dozen various school Aid plans with whom he played for Republican voters naming a and c. N. Woods Chicago a bag is being held up until the state to for year Choice today for the 1948 . Nomination Divide As follows As Gage Man. State police said financial picture becomes cleared. The National 20 persons the joint finance committee and Sconn list compared to a similar poll in were injured. Most of the injured la special four Man sub committee b010� compiled on two touch renew efforts. Order. Beirne was asked if he intended he finished third in to make is re0ue,t or a govern individual ment pressure at a meeting with 55 the conciliators. He replied he did no to know since league last fall Wuth portrait of a princ Ess a Princess Elizabeth heiress presumptive to the British throne will be 21 years old monday. This recent portrait by artist photographer Cecil Beaton shows her in a Rose lace and tulle picture dress embroidered with Blue butterflies. Midnight Vigil ends son comes Home pay up first reversed View of statesman 1 Washington senator a Mac Mich j called Satt halt in shipment o goods to Russia in ret Union a satisfactorily a tied its wartime Send Leas it counts. Reversing a position took earlier in the Senate. Chairman of the Senate for relations committee told a Porter he Doe not favor to i present conditions the shop i Oil refining equipment to r i which was ordered under lend lease arrangement differs with Acheson. J Dean Acheson. Under sep of state had urged fulfil me i an agreement by which the j lets would obtain this Seq i and pay for it under the Tern i a 30-year credit. When this agreement was sailed in the Senate by rep can colleagues. Vandenberges March were taken to Burnham and i of the Republican steering com Downs 28 extra Points and five he hesitated to Tell the conciliators Dewey. 45x> 51% Stassen. Is is Vandenberg. 8 to Taft. 8 7 Bricker. 6 6 Eisenhower. 6 4 Warren. 3 3 Macarthur. 3 2 Saltonstall. A i others .3 a less than i per cent. I some political observers a How the government should Han the Orange and Brown All coach j state finances. The sub committee j former Marquette i diversity die he situation. But he reiterated train left Chicago for Miami at i charged with working out a tax f a or Ltd ton Quot it Fer 1 the time had or 8 a. In. The Accident happened program for the majority Republic Tio nid la ult Hall carrying aver american Telegraph and Tele shortly before to a. In. At the in lean party. A of 53 yard5 and hah scored company subsidiaries to of trance to the Illinois Central Yards More labor hearings 360 Points in league Competition. 3 4 Miles North of Champaign. Aft. Quot of a he has played in four world Cham which i Iso mile South of Chi i after some heckling the reap a p,�?zn5hip playoffs cag0 i portion ment committee named cuff was signed by head coach lives. There were 220 passengers nearly three months ago held its j f curly Ambeau of the Beirne aboard the seven car City of i first hearing last week and sched Mittee Are both wrestling with flt a Soal. Fer a pay increase. There was no immediate com Oak Park. 111.�?" Uris it was past Midnight and Robert and Mary Dunn decided not to wait up any longer for their 18-Yenr-old son to come Home from his Date. So the dunnes went to bed. But Ami we Thich is the fastest train used another for this week. Are running Between Chicago and the hearings have been held on or lined to eel that any Man who Florida City. It we tas due at Miami most of the other two dozen labor server As his party s candidate at at 3 55 p. M. Today. Bills. Three More Are up for Hearse election has an advantage j All available ambulances in my this week. The main one out in subsequent popularity polls Champaign and the entire medi j growth of the Allis Chalmers simply because his name is better j a staff of a Champaign clinic strike prohibits the state employ went to the scene within a few j ment relations Hoard from 11am-True. J minutes after the wreck. Recent studies have shown that despite the years of publicity associated with their names such cars were jolted from the tracks j Union. Or. And some came to a halt sideways packers in Hollywood. Calif., where instructed its affiliates which cuff is vacationing with his Tam have Bern negotiating with a. T. Ment from company represents they remained half awake listening for Paul to key in the front Laid the t w. Had 1 door. At 1 30 a in. They heard a crash. Known than others in the party this is unquestionably j ing a collective bargaining repro the engine hurtled from the so native when the National labor tracks and fell on its Side. The relations Board has certified a ily. He resides in Milwaukee. Court of appeals reverses decision in cooker Case St t companies Over the nation to. A renew and intensify a their talks i in a Hopes that the a. T. So t. May loosen the Springs and come up with pay increase proposals. Rushing out Dunne saw a wrecked car on the Street. Another car had crashed into his front porch. There were four Young people in it not seriously Hurt. But on the sidewalk in front of the House was the body of a Young Man. Dunne carried him into the House. By the Light of a living room lamp the father confirmed his fears. Paul had come Home dead of a broken neck. Men As or. Stassen and Yana Eneberg remain comparative across the rails. Red River drives scores from Farmland Valley grand Forks n d a urn a that Many acres will not be seed Waters of the red River fed by cd this year because water will the Legislatures action last a lower court decision and ruled Jewell Whatley head of the Tele Wolf a tributaries continued to dram off slowly after the flood repair reus filled prom Texas itty Texas City. Texas it it pm a. Chicago. Our a the u. S. C. Kennedy manager of the hous circuit court of appeals reversed ton Telephone Exchange said mrs. Week covered Many subjects that a Patent on a pressure cooker phone Union in this area. Saturday unknowns to More than half the it was the nation s eighth rail the legislature ratified a pro held by the National pressure had pulled the entire Crew of 27 f5 beyond the 40-foot stage Otai voting population whereas r0ad Accident in 16 Days. The last posed Federal constitutional cooker co., eau Claire. Wis., a is workmen off Salvage installation swirling Muddy water of the ? Kwh Cas. Husfel 9r\ i i of Iti cd i Alf v m of jes i Jim a _ 9 9 i. And repair work Here. Telephone sluggish Stream had driven scores were told to handle a oat their discrete overwhelming majority Are previous Accident occurred april j amendment limiting presidents to invalid familiar with the name and rep 9 when the Santa be Railroad to two terms in office to lion of or. Dewey the fact remains however that Haring been the party to Standard bearer at a previous election does not necessarily make for continued popularity afterwards. At a comparable time before the 1944 election or. Willkie we Tho had been the party s candidate in 1940. Was not leading the Field in popularity the Way governor super chief was derailed at Raton n. M. Teeth of Law put $25 bite on offender the eau Claire company had operators a proposed amendment to the charged before judge Elwyn r. Telephone Calls state Constitution to lower the Shaw in District court that the Tion a voting age in Wisconsin to 18 aluminium goods manufacturing Kennedy said mrs. Whatley j years w As buried in the Assembly. Co., Manitowoc wis., had infringe told me that she was pulling rising tide the late governor Goodlands used on its Wittenburg Patent for a Crew s out because we had been Sal j Cit Engineer a i plan to have the state Lay aside pressure cooker. Aging equipment fret a of of j $10,000,000 a year for a Long Range Shaw ruled that the Patent was chemical corp. Plant state building fund won prelim valid and that nary approval in the Assembly. Goods co. Had infringed killed Bine. Bui. J Patent to do a the ii t1 j0 lefty to in the Valley history. The court of appeals reversed work of an emergency nature. Khz of families from their Homes in greater grand Forks and an untold number of Farmers in the Valley had been forced to flee from f Hulteng. Aging equipment from Monsanto who Predl Ted a maximum Rry a me Patent a a chemical corp. Plant this equip f 4, f t a Rea,.hed by ate the Alum rum ment is badly needed m to area s d d,s,.rlbcd As the worst m Jim longed on the for work but mrs. Whatley r of Pron a it Etc 1 it Najr 1 Milwaukee. A a Wilhelm the Senate killed a Bill that Sion. Dewey seems to be doing today. In Brovold of Milwaukee discovered tried to make Bingo games exempt a cd May 943 governor Dewey the that the Law to Teeth were More of from the state constitutions to ban a a a to Man who was to win the Nomina festive than the ones he claimed on lotteries. Taon the next year. Led with 38 per be lost. Both houses passed a Bill sex rent in an Institute Survey while Brovold told District judge har it tending two $10-a-month Cost of Willkie polled Only 28 per cent. By Neelen that he was forced to living bonuses for state workers similarly polls taken a year and hold traffic Here for 12 minutes from april 30 to june 30. A half before to 1940 election while he searched for a set of j a Bill sponsored by the juvenile found Alfred m Landen the 1936 Teeth he had dropped after a Sej delinquency committee to create candidate. Trailing behind others coughing spell. An 11-Man state youth Commissi popularly police who arrested him for j Sion won the Senate to approval. In rec ent month mrs. Whatley according to Ken invalid and that there had been no Ned also told operators that although the River reached a Crest of 50 feet in 1897. He said infringement. Attorneys said there Manv of the phone Calls they were Arta then was parcel it popu Al. 7a j. A a lated and property loss was Eom would be no Appeal from the Deci handling including newspaper Sto i Ries were not of an emergency nature and said they could quit work at their own discretion. Korean sets record in Boston Marathon Boston. A up a the korean. Yun Boksu. Running a front race blocking traffic were sceptical of i the Senate approved construe i for the last 17 Miles set a new i children proposed last Winter by j Eastern North Dakota and North govenor his Story. So was the judge. He Tion of a a silent Cross memorial record in winning the Boston a. A. Herbert Hoover will Start in the Western Minnesota acres which Parat ively Low. I meanwhile the red Cross cont tinned to Rescue Farmers and their _ belongings from adjacent lowlands and provide shelter for the meals for children Hom Teu. Wiesbaden Germany a it backwaters spread Over thous Noonday meals for German school ands of acres of Rich farm land in has spent itself. Paradoxically the driest Point in East grand Forks was the municipal swimming Pool located on a High Point in the City Park. An Aerial Survey of the flood area revealed tributary streams although falling at their source Are still pouring into the main Stream at full flood stage. On the Minnesota Side of the Ere Beltrami. Meanwhile gov. Luther Young dal of Minnesota who flew Over the flood stricken area planned to Call a meeting to consider plans for rehabilitating the water swept Valley and prevent a recurrence of flood damage. He believed the unit must fulfil its a Greer in a position of being unable to demand that Russia meet its agreements. A of would make no further ments under this supplemental lend lease agreement unless and until the soviet Union satisfactorily cures its Long defaults a negotiating a general lend lease ?� Vandenberg said. A indeed a he continued a of would have stopped All supt a mental shipments when the soviet Union ignored the first a i our general settlements. A but in the event of such s settlement i would be ready to a rup Ulm it ugly keep our word a he concluded. Nee dilation a begun. Vandenberg said he in Ted or it Kuss ii recently agreed to beg a negotiations for a settlement of the approximately $11.000 00� of in lend in ase goods it obtained during the War. But he he would not make any further shipments until a satisfactory settlement is reached in these negotiations. Dispute shuts Armour Plant South St. Paul mind. �?"4. A Armour Wjk ? Plant w As cloned saturday by a walkout of several Hundred who Wert joined by men in the sheep and hog kills Over a dispute Between the management and the co packing House workers. The dispute flared up Over a Cash on the working hours according to the officers of the local Union. Approximate employees were off the Only maintenance person or hand to keep Lefi Gerat my to prot t i. B arum i were rooms elect various controlled utilities. Plant manager c e sheeny the firm posted notice thursday that a nine hour Day would be worked because no work was done monday. He said that the then called the men off the Job dead Pilot found the nine hour Day a was Calcutta �?"445�?"the Roma ins of de red by the company for Frt a by of a Charles Wingate famed Ami the Man stayed away a och Indita Leader who w As killed Sheehy said. Iii the crash of a b-25 on March Dewey has increased his following fined the 51-year-old Milwaukee the Rise has come mostly since he an $25 and costs for Drunken drive win re elected governor of new eng. York by a Large majority last year. Senator Vandenberg has also increased in popularity presumably at a result of his activities As the j top ranking Republican in the Field of foreign affairs. Or. Stassen has dropped some j v hat in popularity during recent weeks he has been out of the country and therefore silent on do j Mystic Public affairs. The standings today As com pared to a Little Over a year ago. Show the trend feb. 1946 today Deney 3% site Lassen 27 15 Vandenberg. 4 to Taft 4 7 Bricker. 8 6 Eisenhower. 3 4 Warren. I 3 Macarthur. 6 2 others .9 2 Highway with North South and East West branches crossing the state. Marathon saturday by covering american zone May i when 320, Farmers Are usually seeding at the the 26-mile 385-Yard course from Oil students of Hesse begin re time of year. Hopkinton to Boston in 2 25 39. I reviving 350 calories a Day. 24, 1944, were found near Thil la in. So Miles Northwest of Imphal an Eastern command press Liaison Farmers said it is now apparent officer Saith Stock Exchange strike postponed for Day new York i Pic the United f Mancial employees Union . J announced the Wall Street strike scheduled for monday had been postponed at the request of acting mayor John j. Bennett the Union stated the postponement for the time being a cancelled tor monday Only. Butch bums again and. His Many friends in Glen Cove n. Y., Are Happy. Butch is a 240-Pound St. Bernard who has been living a Oon the town for several years. Nicknamed a othe Squire a he is from eight to 12 years old and recently showed signs of infirmity. His appetite slackened his Steps faltered and he refused to allow children to ride on his Back. Friends were worried. So Egon and Einer Larsen at whose restaurant Butch generally made his Headquarters passed the hat. With the Money the dog was sent to a veterinarian. Now after Vitamin shots for rheumatism he to his old self a beloved bum. Newspaper Guild May create veto to curb strikes Washington i Murray preside american news j bounced that the j tonal executive eng Stabb Xhindi any strikes Calic units. The changes Titi g a Batch was so beaten Down that even a fresh Kitten could give him the Bronx cheer. Young friends like John Dan Olnee. Above enjoyed daily rides on Butch Aud were sad when he would t play with them anymore. Two by two. Butch gulps econ Larsen to hamburgers. They helped restore his Pep. Sti Tutmon. Murray t i 1 lean society of newspaper editors Are still in the a consideration it stage but recommendations a along those lines definitely will be made to the Guild convention in june in Sioux City Iowa. Murray said the proposal grew from the suspension of publication of the Philadelphia record. Ii to a owing a Guild strike there lift Winter and out of other a strike experience. Mccarthy gets Post to probe War pact Washington sen. Pc earthy a wis a. Named to a subcommittee headed by sen. Ferguson <r., Mich a that will inquire into wartime government contracts with Howard Hughes. Movie producer and Avia n executive for construction Al a a pen menu aircraft

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