Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
3 Aug 1947

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3 Aug 1947

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 03, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal. Time bulletin vol. 18, no. 13.Racine, wis., sunday August 3, 1947. 6 pages fear of third War prevalent in . By George Galli p director american Institute of Public opinion Princeton n. J. Fear of a third world War continued i widespread throughout the United states but it has not increased appreciably since the East West split in Europe. More than half the voters think there will he another major War within ten years. Three out of every four believe in come within 25 years. That Outlook is gloomy enough. But it is no More a corny that last april. Fear of War then was just about As High. Since april there have been fresh disagreements Between Russia and the Western papers but they apparently did not add greatly to the a to i be lets. Like laser Hart. At regular intervals since Early 3 945 the Institute has conducted housemaid is Hei Ress surveys to measure the Public fear of War. The results tot Ming a kind of War fever Chart Are shown below. Two questions were put to separate but comparable Eros sections of voters i. Quot to pm think the i nil cd states will find itself in another War within say the next to years a 2�?�ho Gnu think the a listed a state will find itself Iii another War within say the next 25 years a the results War Ivio years no or no Opin. Mar. 1946 49% 28% 12% apr. 1947 amp a 38 12 today. 53 36 la mar in 25 years no be no pm. Mar., 1915 38% 45% 17% be Veri a Milus ?"oj.w-m is. Madge Conrad 54, a housemaid revealed she will inherit $250,000 sept. I from her Fiance who was killed two years ago. Mrs. Conrad related that the whole thing was a Surprise. Three years ago she was sitting in a movie. The Man next to her commented on the newsreel. She replied. A Ohe introduced him Elf and i introduced myself making it quite proper a mrs. Coni and related. A owe kept company for a year and then the Day before we were to remarried he was killed in an automobile ?� the bridegroom was to have been Paul Mckee 52, realtor. A of had no idea i was in his will until last sunday when i met his lawyer on the Street. In said he to been looking All Over tor me. Or. Me Kerne left $500,000 half to me and half to his son a mrs. Conrad said. The Money is All Cash she said the attorney told her. A of m going to put my eight grandchildren through College. That s what a mrs. Conrad said. By in him irk a Teeter Dunker to beats boy 12, Farmer fined auf., 1945 40 ort., 1945 is feb., 1946 59 mar 1946 69 auf., 1946 65 apr., 1947 73 today 73 a the trend of 48 28 22 19 16 18 18 12 18 19 12 19 9 9 sentiment is of considerable historical interest because it shows that disillusionment set in Verv quickly after the end of world War in the euro Jean conflict ended in in May 1945 and the japanese War in August within two months the Institute was finding a majority believing in the like Lih Ltd a of War in 25 years and within seven months in March 1946, nearly one half of the voters 49 per Centi believed another War j was coming inside to years. The change in attitude was due primarily to a change in our the. about Russia. When the War ended there was widespread feeling that the United states and Russia could get along together and. Between them work out a lasting peace for the world. Maried by Russia. But As the months slipped by the average american began to feel that Russia did not want to co operate with us and that she v a determined to Rule Over Laige hunks of Europe and even perhaps try to dominate the world. J believing this the american voters became More and More convinced that the world has by no Means seen the last major wars. In in 9 one interesting As get it t of the situation today is that fear of War j is greater among Young people than among Olden voters. Opinions by age on the Likely Hood of another War within to years Are As follows no be no Opin. Are 21-29 56 it 39-49 55 50 a Over 49 36% 8% 34 la 39 12 Aid cargo docks in Athens port ?"cps�?"the steamship us s. American Victory docked with the first shipment of military supplies vehicles and flour for the greek army under the program. The vessel a 14-Day crossing from Brooklyn n y. Gator eludes five teen agers fond no . Wit. _ up a fond do i Are to favorite topic of conversation continued to be a Oal j the Alligator. The Alligator first a Oseen a w Eek ago in the fond sin Lac River and now carrying a Price of $100 on its scaly head was reportedly the target of five teen age Hunters. The i Xis said they bounced Siears firn his Back As he floated leisurely Down the River but admitted he a Ogot ?� the youths told authorities there was a Mark on the mud Flats where a Oaly apparently had been resting minding his own business. The elusive reptile has apparently doubled in size since first discovered. The boys said it was a oat least seven feet ?� w Hile earlier reports put him at about four feet or less. \ Racine posts to help get naval medals ?"up a a program to enable Southern Wisconsin Navy veterans to obtain american defence and world War ii medals quickly and easily was announced by Herman c. Runge. Wisconsin department commander of the american legion. Runge said 21 legion posts in nine counties working in co of ration with the Milwaukee Navy recruiting station would collect discharge papiers service records and credentials from sex Navy personnel in the counties secure the medals from the recruiting station and present them to the veterans. The program Runge said included Racine Post 76. And Harv cd ii Harts n Post of Racine. Virtue triumphs Chicago a up a mrs. Rose i Mary Parker wanted to stay Home and do the ironing. Her husband j wanted to go out. She said he got mad and twisted her Arm arid burned her with the Mon. She asked for a divorce which was granted. She is 37. Parker is 72. Fond do Lac ?"<u.p�?" twelve year old Dale births is a Oback in the City convinced a Farmer s life was us it rugged. The youth recently was sent by his father to the farm of George Andrus for a summer of a hardening up in the great outdoors. Andrus was fined $300 in my Nic pal court when he admitted beating his Young farm hand with a rubber Hose a ofor letting the cows get into a neighbors to ?� Dale told the court that he was caring for a Herd of 37 cattle despite the Farmers to Promise that he would do Only a Light work around the farm. When the two cows broke away from the Herd Andrus became enraged Aud took a two Anri one half foot Rubler Hose and beat the boy across the Hack. The youth fled Home and his father railed authorities. Andrus admitted the beating and told the court a Ohe would no to do any work around the farm a judge Hazen Mcessy reminded him of the boy to age and imposed the Fine. Reed assails inc for railway charges Washington i to senator Reed he is ready to a of impeach the interstate Commerce commission if necessary for what he described As a legalized robbery in some Railroad reorganization proceedings. Reed told Rex raters he plans to have a Senate committee investigation of Railroad reorganization in the Light of what he called a of enormous wartime earnings. He said no Date has been set. But he expects to Call the hearing promptly Reed said he always had been Friendly to the inc but a oif it is necessary to impeach them i am ready to impeach them. I done to like to see my fellow citizens robbed through stupidity of a government Agency. Pastor from St. Louis Heads world baptists Copenhagen a duh a or. C. Oscar Johnson. St. Louis pastor a a tvs unanimous in elected to a five year term As president of the Baptist world Alliance. Rev. W. O. of Washington was re elected Secretary. Jap Money lords fallen lured rival to Low estate by purge to death trap Tokyo. A up Zaibatsu. Who with clique dominated japanese life in the pre War Days and More or in. Ran things to suit themselves have fallen to Tow estate. Purge taxes and Allied control of their wealth have blasted these moneyed Barons although they Are expected to survive in the Middle class and perhaps in some cases turn into useful citizens a close up of the to Mon who used to in at the top of Japan s private wealth revealed them As a group of humbled individuals tending to grumble Over current conditions but not irrevocably bitter Over their personal Fate. There seemed a tendency to sub reds Transfer labor Secretary Seattle up a Andrew Remes. Labor Secretary for the Northwest District of the communist party said he would leave for Milwaukee on monday to become he party to Wisconsin Secretary its leading Post there. Remes 37, who said he a the holding company liquidation communist chairman for Indiana commission. Part of its function in 1935-37, was an unsuccessful during the 10-year period will is candidate for the City Council Here to regulate every item of exp a i last year. Dure by the Zaibatsu and to pre a Oit is merely a routine Transfer vent them from again amassing tile mighty ordinate the fall of their financial the military empires to the ruin of the japanese Empire. Under the Allied ban on their a Tiv Dies Thor former millionaire. Now a of Dpi a a designated her sons a will he put under Cloe supervision for at least 111 years and Are # permanently prohibited from appearing again in any Public role or As the Leader of any financial Enterprise. Only two in prison. Only two among the a big ten it of Japan to Zai Havu Multi millionaire family cartels have been imprisoned on w a criminal charges. Punishment of the others nevertheless has been so severe that they have been stripped of All Power and left Iii comparatively shabby circumstances. Til Zaibatsu to Dis Lodgment from pre War and wartime financial Eminence is being accomplished through a threefold process with a full backing of the Allied Powers. The Steps Are i. Blacklisting of the Zaibatsu to groups and 56 families in All and the freezing of All their property for to years or More. The Allied japanese steamroller levelling the Zaibatsu to wealth is in the course of political operations a he said. He served in an army chemical warfare unit in the aleutians during the War. Henry Huff chairman wealth and attempting a comeback. Stork seized. The entire controlling Stock of the to groups in their own family for the party Northwest District enterprises have been seized and it will be diffused and scattered which includes Washington Oregon and Idaho said Remesz to successor Here had not yet been chosen. Lins cancellation of Chennault talk among outside investors. 2. Imposition of the japanese government s Post War tax on All substantial private properties a Corr Wner a which has particularly hit the Zai explains cancellation Totsu. Tile land Reform Law will have the effect of breaking up All the extensive agricultural land Shanghai a maj. Gen. Holdings of the Zaibatsu. 3. The purge. While this punitive measure is in effect the former Industrial Barons As Well As their family members will share the Fate of other a of undesirable japanese and will be barred from any important Job whether flan John p. Lucas commander of the american military advisory group in China said he banned the broadcast of an air Force Day address by la. Gen. Claire l. Chennault charging that a open Wise arid Pound foolish conservatism of politicians was a one of the great Cal economic , civic est foreseeable hazards to devel or ,l,><7al. Ozment of our air Power Chennault wartime chief of the flying tigers and now head of air trans Mirt for the China National Relief and rehabilitation administration had recorded the speech for broadcast Over american armed forces radio station mag at banking. Fight ends plane probe Washington. A by the Senate v committee s inquiry into a $40,000,000 Warttig tract awarded Howard Hughes broke up in Over questions about selective service deform Meyer. Hughes publicity Man. The questioning arose after mover had Tegt a t Vestiga my plane can i a t ii re a v or John w. Concern in St Ford Parley continues ext a Ive n taming fat son of thas an air Force c head of a group that r i for p full retribution. The big ten who Are exposed to the full Force of retribution ate the House of Mitsui. Mitsubishi. Sumitomo and Yas Iida Nakajima Nomura Asarin of urn Furukawa and Ayukawa. The above e Penally the first turn to Page 2. Col. A Covington. I rid a up a 20-year-old husband admitted that be lured into a fatal a Olove trap a 67-year-old rival for his wife s attention. Irvin Beckley Cate. Iud., Farmer admitted in a written statement to police that he forced hts wife to invite the old Man Clyde Whittington. Cayuga. Into the Berkley Home on the ruse that Beckley would be a away a he said he met Whittington at the Dir when the aged Man accepted the invitation and beat him w Ltd i fist five hours later he put Whittington into i automobile. The car. Wrecked in a ditch was found later and Whittington died in a Danville. 111., Hospital on july 12. Authorities believed then that Whittington diet As a result of his injuries in the Accident Beckley be arrested on a i Barge of inflicting the injuries we Thich caused Whittington to death. Explain atom senator advises Washington in a a Campaign to explain the peace time Energy program to the american people was advocated by senator Mcmahon dem Conformer chairman of the Senate atomic Energy committee. A othe american people a he said a should he forcefully informed on what is being done in connection with atomic ?� in a statement prepared for broadcast. Mcmahon said now e Are frying to see that atomic Energy becomes an instrument for just peace and not a weapon for ?� he said the atomic Energy commission is a doing a first rate jobs and added a othere should he the widest kind of discussion As to the True meaning of atomic Energy because i am sure it will soon become one of the great boons to Mankind. 3 state men listed for Bikini medals Washington. A Iai a the Navy today announced the award of 140 medals and citations to Milt i tary and civilian personnel for service during the atomic bomb at Bikini. The awards include Aid medal. Lieut. David e. James Madison wis Gregory r Omernick. Stevens Point wis., and. Enlisted men Walter la. Schol Adell wis. Detroit Union negotiate i ors announced after a Brief session with Ford motor co. Officials thai they will recommend a strike tuesday for 157.000 production workers. Richard t. Leonard v a w co. Vice president and National Ford director announced the Union negotiators to delusion anti reported no Progress toward a settlement of a pension plan and Union liability dispute. A owe will recommend that strike be ?� Leonard said. A and that it will not be delayed anger than Nece ?� a Union spokesman earlier said that a walkout in some 40 Ford plants across the nation had been tentatively set for some time tuesday. Leonard said the two ides were no closer in their Effort to work out details of a previously announcer pension plan or to erase differences rising out of the Taft Hartley Law. John s Buga. Ford vice president in charge of Industrial relations replied a Ono comments to Alt question after the one hour negotiating session Ford amt the Union scheduled another last ditch negotiating session for to 30 a in today. K in f. H Itaf a Tom Hughes viol a impossible to senator Cam deftly turned the cocktail parses a stocking gifts to Meyers draft status. Audion rattle Mever had or in after explain in. Re than $165j a a Nee to defer a if the i added to it. U. S. On guard since january Washington <u8 a state department spokesman revealed that a general Alert has been in effect since january to prevent v. S. Soil from being used As St Igig grounds for Caribbean revolutions. In this connection the department heard a a Oruro re that seven surplus combat air planes were Leady to take off from a Florida Beld for the Caribbean. It asked the customs Bureau to prevent the departure of the planes no further information has been received Here As to whether the plane actually exist or we thether they have been located the spokesman said. Baby Dies of Poison from biting furniture ?"mh a 23-month old baby to habit of teething on the painted surfaces of furniture in i Home w As blamed for hts death. The child Harry Paul Hejka died in children to memorial Hospital from what a physician diagnosed As Lead poisoning from the paint. His father. H Arry 25, said he and mrs. Hejka had smeared vinegar and other bitter liquids on the base sections of furniture hut that the infant continued the practice when he was unobserved. Mom i Kwh time soldiers Grove. Wis a up mrs. Fred Scoville. 37, of nearby i. Sterling township became a Mother for the eighteenth time today. A 9 i Pound daughter was born to mrs Scoville and her husband. 40, at the farm Home of the couple. Gandhi travels Srinagar. India a a Mohandas k Gandhi hindu spiritual Leader is in this Kashmir capita and members of his entourage quoted him As saying he had come a olo listen to people a not on any political Mission a sure questions As six k and senators Ferguson Ltd Mph Cain and finally Brewster i r me it got into a Wordy dispute about whee Zier the Senate committee Corigl a Low All facts to be presented. Cain at one Point asked Ferguson to refer Meyer i entire draft i record to the Justice department 1 a chairman Ferguson delayed a decision on this saying that Slack had asked that these record 9# presented to the committee a Othi in no place to get the truth a Slack shouted Ferguson rapped for order and then que Xiv announced a re Eta of the inquiry until monday. Held i under m rtt. Ferguson told reporters that Meyer is being held under subpoena for Al of this week. W Filiti both Elliott Roosevelt and Howard Hughes Are scheduled to testify. Roosevelt is due Here tuesday Ferguson said he Hope r est can a Supply some answers to questions to which Meyer May not be Able to reply he indicated also that Mever will be kept in the stand while Hughes testifies. Hughes has said he Wilt not agree to go of toe stand with Meyer. Hughes announced in log Angeles that he Wilt. Going away for a weekend rest and that he plan to be Here to take the stand wednesday. Meyer Ai knowledge to the senators that he spent $106 entertaining Roosevelt in a party of six at new York night clubs the Day Roosevelt drafted a report recommending that the government buy the Hughes planes. Attacks Ferguson. A few menu is after the hearing recessed Stark handed newsmen a statement asking whether Ferguson is a seeking truth Here or is he seeking political objectives it a few or us fill person will have doubt of the answer a he a d Slack said the supreme court years ago by a close decision upheld the right of the Senate to make investigation to Gam information upon which legislation might be based a having thus placed their foot in the door our Senate committees now roam through our houses at will and for Poi heal motive they smear any reputation by the grossest distortion of the fact to suit their own political purposes a Slack said. Wins Tennis i Rohn Kalamazoo Mich. A Gap a Robert Perry los Angeles cauf., won the National boys ten a championship with a 6-3. 6-3 Victory Over Allen Cleveland Santa Monica. Calif Hay fever a How you can get Relief from this plague in is about Here but of avoiding that in lion. Probably the get at the Root of my pull. Hay fever is largely spread by pollen with the chief culprits being ragweed and Goldenrod. Both can be eradicated either by a chemical Weed killer or Iby pulling the Plant out and burning it. Another Way Thor of these methods is practical i of you can to destroy ragweed Ismy Plant includes air filtration. I rate Nasa membranes and in a is your doctor nut advocate certain of insuring that the air you breathe your Best bet i a aerie of de from it or take the desent j pollen free. Dustless air in latter attacks worse. Keeping your win drug % such As benadryl or Parta a t ,. Tiza Tion treatments you can still will give Relief to irritated Mem Dows closed is another Aid. In a u a t will be pollen less is to escape to sensitization injections 3. After have nor Wear a protective cranes. Try to avoid any activity. It Haling Sulphur water combined Hon Arn of if a 1 5 j places that Are completely free of your doctor administers proper my f4which filters the air such As sweeping. 5which raises with Pine Needle extract 6>, is just have to Stork up in fund iwo it such As the Ocean 2j. In Reiskin tests. Or go to a theater w Hose air Cool i dust since dust annoys the Deli i recommended by some physicians. T chiefs and sneeze 7

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