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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 10, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time sri 77 t it Toj i # Mari # Xiv vol. 18, no. 14.racine, wis., sunday Augustio 1947. 8 pages Taft Law no curb on strikers a poll by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion Princeton n. ?"american voters have mixed feelings about whether the Taft Hartley act should have been passed and they Are not at All sure that it will result in fewer strikes. In far the weight of sentiment among those who have heard or i read about the act is that it will either have no effect on the number la actually Lead to it it crusader socks chief it Apio City. S ?"flu.pj�?"mrs. Str key More. A series it of surveys by the in Lute report cd d using the last two Days has is Lown that Union leaders were Succi ill in their efforts to make the Public think that the Taft Hartle a a a it ii a dangerous. Harmful a id unworkable Law. Manv voter s expressed themselves opposed to the act although an a Ysis Rev Tifaut people who knew most a be jut the provisions were the in i0ft 1 Likely to approve it and vice it ars. C Ilc Truman to View apparently Many a it their opinions on the i labor leaders and prot Man a d of it j in i the As follows the peace for an alleged assault us it a assistant police chief a. M. Liers formed sunding of a hat i the complaint climaxed her ident tru most recent Campaign against the my to e act. Showing in rapid City of a motion themselves picture. Quot mom and sunding who signed the Donjon whether plaint said mrs. Overton entered Cly reduce Hgt a office protesting the showing of the picture As �? a Odo you think ifs filthy if i undress in Here a sunding quoted her As asking. A ouse your own judgment a sunding said he replied. Held in jail. The assistant police chief said she thereupon took off an old duster coat and the Belt of her dress. At that Point sunding said she swung at him with a rolled up newspaper striking him in the face and on the shoulders three or four times. Sunding said she then reached for a one Pound paper weight but was stopped by desk sergeant Ralph Johnson As he entered the office. The complaint charged her w Ith a violent tumultuous offensive and have heard six out of knew it to provide. The Public s vie the act will Effe strikes were sound by the Institute a Oas a result of this Law do you think there will be More strikes during the next three years or fewer Quot the vote of All or read about the to persons polled More strikes Quot ame number. A a fewer strikes no opinion unions in several parts of the country have adopted the strategy a starting strike and taking other fees to test the legality of the new measure. The main criticism of the act among voters with opinions is that it is a Otoo harsh on the ?� however if time shows that Union practices against which the Public indecent conduct 24 x 26 42 32% has Long complained Are not effectively curbed by the new Law. Sentiment could possibly veer around to the position that the Art is not harsh enough on unions. It has been shown in Many surveys that the voters favor reforms Sii a outlawing of jurisdictional strikes the c used shop and Feather bedding and requiring unions to Issue financial statements All of which Are Law. She w As held in jail pending release on a $100 Bond for a court appearance monday. Cio score Zero for gop chiefs Washington a a a the others were John j. Eight Republican senators in Williams Del. James p. Kern chiding John w Bricker of to. Hugh butter neb. Ohio and Owen Brewster of Ralph k f Landers it. Harry Maine scored Zero saturday p. Cain Wash and Joseph r. In a . Analysis of voting Mccarthy was. Records in the last session of two democrats Kenneth Congress. Mckellar of Tennessee and godless Creed thrives among european youth Harry f. Byrd of Virginia also Drew Blanks from the Cio the c to. Rated the senators on the basis of to votes on Domestic issues. These were three votes on the Taft Hartley i it Bor Biti i the to. Opposed it the Bill was enacted Over a veto. Tie ban on Portal Par suits opposed by the c to. The Bill was enacted. I on to a Rice of re Cio opposed the u. S. Apologizes for rat sign Washington a a a the state department said it has taken Steps to bring about the pros ecu j u or #. To Hon of a certain individuals who covered by the Taft Hartley a Al we s1k�?z, is rat info Ted. On the soviet embassy grounds in Brief the present state of i he�5. 31\. _. The department has informed the embassy which protested the Public opinion on the act As shown is As in the Institute a to surveys follows i. Voters Are poorly informed a a _ a a. On Trees told a reporter that they a out the a let f proven of the i incident of these Steps. Two men who pinned the signs act nearly or in every to say they have not heard or read about it at All. 2. Among those who have heard of it the weight of opinion is against the act and in favor of were followers of Rev. Gerald l. K. Smith who addressed an open air meeting Here three Days later. Secretary of state Marshall sent a note to the soviets a a Pressma what the state department called or Many of its individual provi j s on Are separately popular that attempts to Rev it a it them might run 1 into considerable opposition from i the Public. 3. As shown in today to vote the j a sincere regrets. Rennebohm vetoes Union dues Bill Madison. Wis. Up Public has no Lear Imp in Liat j Jov. Rennebohm vetoed i turn to fare 5, col. I acting a Bill that would have made it an unfair i jailor practice to demand unon r � a. Dues from any person without fora closing to lost granting equal Mem hers he rights one Day longer ,1,1 we a or a the measure was aimed Pri de7roit.�?" up Ford motor Manly at eliminating a practice company announced that a shut some legislators claimed existed Down caused by a supplier strike in the trucking Industry. They which forced us pension of opera contended that individual truck tons and Layoff of 51,000 workers owners were required to pay Union u ii Las a Day longer than origin dues without being granted rights ally scheduled but that 32,000 other members enjoyed. Would be recalled monday. J labor opposed the Bill but the final a Emoiy lines were shut controlling Republican majority wednesday. I pushed it through both Housse. At the a i Down was caused by tempts to Amend it to apply Only beats housing shortage a Yankee ingenuity a Pioneer spirit and assistance from a pair of Canadian Lumberjacks Are solving the housing problem for Ralph Spencer a Norwalk Ohio Railroad Engineer and his wife Bessie. Nearly completed their snug four room log cottage above is being built for a total Cost of $3,500, less than half of today to Normal construction Cost. The Norway Pine logs were imported from Canada along with two Lumberjack friends of the spencers Gus Pelletier and Donat Landriault. Who Are in the u. S. On 30-Day visas. Disdaining the use of nails and modern tools the two woodsmen use 10-Inch Drift bolts for securing the timbers at the joints. And All log cutting and fitting is done with an eight and a half Pound Broadax which resembles a medieval Hatchet. Pelletier wields the a left for a final trimming of a jointed log while Spencer and his wife right put a few finishing touches on the porch of their Cabin. The St be . Auto workers in the trucking business failed again11 Murray corporation of the governor to office said that America a major key parts sup the governor treason for vetoing and fir target of the the Bill would be read to the Asu a w s fight against the Taft Sembly w Hen it returns Here sept. Hartley act. 9. Big 3 to hike German output Washington a of Secretary of state notified France that the United states is prepared to agree a without delay to a three Power meeting on raising the level of Industry in the British american sector of Germany. Participants would be England France and the United states. In a note released by die state department Marshall also stated that the United states is a similarly prepared to receive and discuss Quot French views on the management and control of the Ruhr Cord mines. No Date has been set for the level of Industry conference nor was it entirely Clear from the Marshall note whether the meeting would include discussion of management of the Ruhr mines or whether that would be the subject of a separate Exchange among the three governments. British and american delegations Are scheduled to meet in Washington tuesday to discuss methods for increasing Ruhr Coal production the state department released not Only the note which Marshall sent to the French government through ambassador Jefferson Caffrey at Paris but it also released the text of an an earlier note to the French on the level of Industry problem. Blames grudges i for divorces Chicago. A a9 a Superior judge Joseph Sabath who estimates he has listened to the woes of 100,000 divorce seeking couples during his 37 years on the Bench observed his 59th wedding anniversary saturday with his advice for newlyweds a Onever carry a grudge he said in an interview that Young couples could not exp a act to avoid arguments but that they should a have them and forget ?� the divorce problem is really a marriage problem he added asserting that Many Young couples of today Are a not educated to the the real meaning of ?� judge Sabath and his wife Regina who have three children eight grandchildren and eight great grandchildren began their own marriage with an unorthodox Start eloping to Kenosha wit., when the judge was 17 and still a Law student. A but we had known each other for a Long time a the judge expiated hastily. Blasts veto of Ore Aid Washington a m a rep Polcser rep. To chairman of the House Small business committee declared president Truman took the a easy Way out Quot in vetoing legislation to continue subsidies on Copper Lead and Zinc. The president said he vetoed the Bill because that while subsidies helped stimulate production Ion non ferrous metals during the War a Ono adequate reasons Are apparent for continuing Quot them now. Ile said Market prices for i replies and Lead for instance Are High enough so that subsidies Are unnecessary except for a negligible share of the total output. Polcser said or. Truman proved by his action that his adm Nistra i lion has done no constructive planning in the Field of minerals. Rep. Hill rep. Colo expressed disappointment at the president s veto and added in a statement a Oit looks like president Truman is not interested in keeping up the marginal ?� by Douglas i Arsen Brussels. Beigi urn Nea a Europe to bigger problem for tomorrow is her youth of today it hits you in the Eye wherever you go on the continent. The generation of european youngsters now in then Early teens has come to regard Black markets occupations hunger to i Lineal strife broken Homes and All of the other troubles of War and i its aftermath As a sort of Normal existence. It is about All they have 1 u even known. While their parents have been making War. They have become a neglected generation. Black Market Stooge. 1 As a result a sort of cynical godless and Lawless Creed has spread among these Young people which is far worse than any juvenile delinquency problem in America the 13-year-old boy who claims he makes More than the average factory worker Selling filthy pictures and Kindred items in front of a Brussels to cafe is the envy of Al his friends. The lad is convinced he to in a strictly legitimate business. About half the Black Market stooges in Prague. Paris Brussels. Amsterdam and other cities Are kids of 15 and 16. The Slick techniques of the 13 and 14-year-old pickpockets and Petty thieves in the cities astonish even the seasoned cops. And the prostitution among the teen age girls All Over Europe now causes nothing More than a shrug. Just As shocking is the cynicism and Lack of Faith you find among the children of the better families. The 14-year-old son of a fairly wealthy French merchant Speaks his mind papa a fool. A papa is a fool. He wants me to go to Church and expects or to believe what they say there. I go sometimes just to please him even j Dren hat e always Bren a very religious people. I know you ran t i tyke boys like this too Semi tidy but this is different arid i see too much of two boys sat on a train leaving Prague. One earned a javelin the � other a sweat suit and track shoes. In a conversation Wuth them with i the Aid of another person who j Senate could also speak English they i weren t a bit backward about sex sing their views. They called communist party stupid and 1 blundering they did t think the j Marshall plan was any Good or would work. They were sure there would be another War within five years. They talked about working j in the Black Market. About the Only thing they showed much in thus asm for was getting to America. I a # was in Fulton Calls Brewster liar Washington a it Ujj it a Hugh Fulton former chief counsel of the Senate War investigating committee. Saturday accused its chairman. Sen. Owen Brewster rep. Maine of a deliberately stating a of rights on All but one Issue. He passed Tiwa tinned without change tax reduction the Cio opposed the Bill Congress Fried but failed to pass it Over a veto against Bilbo. Reed Bulwinkle Bill to re Rte application of anti Trust Law to railroads c l o opposed it the passed it but the House did t act. Seating of sen. Of Mississippi t against him he a confirmation of tent Haas chairman Energy commission voted him be was fun Flam increasing on the Job to pay ceiling for veterans o. A twas in favor of it did not pass. Sen. Robert a Taft r. Ohio. Was listed As voting a right Quot a a Bilbo. Sen. Arthur h Vandenberg a Mic was listed As to tag a of tight on the salient Hal confirmation. Taft and Vandenberg were judged Quot wrong a in the i estimation on the other issues. Sen. William Langer r. N. Made a a perfect Quot record on the Cio. Score card and sen. Wayne Morse it r Ore was scored a Ohe Edere Bubo e Cio. Was not seated. David e. Us of the atomic i the . Facing the the Bill and restating ?� Fulton former associate of president Truman when he was chairman of the committee made the charge at a news conference. He 1 called the conference after he was denied an Opportunity to testify this morning before the Senate to War investigating subcommittee. Brewster charged that Fulton had sought twice to soft pedal the subcommittee inquiry into Howard Hughes $40,000,000 in government War contracts. Brewster Fulton said. Was a utterly unable Quot to take Issue with assertions made on the Senate witness stand by Hughes that the though All my friends laugh at me senator had sought to a Osell Quot the for ?� West coast millionaire on an air a czechoslovakian government line merger offering in this event official laments the attitude of his to Call off the inquiry. 16-Yenr-old boy a once i thought my son was a Good boy. Now i am not in sure. He Calls working a waste of tune. I Ile laughs when i try to talk to 1 him about religion. He leaves Home for Days and i done to know where he has gone. And my friends who have children say the j same thing. It w As not this Way flight is 50 minutes faster thin when i was a ?� i that achieved by the first a bomb ridiculing the Church has be Shell it Crew in april come a favorite pastime of Many comparisons were available Only youngsters who try to make a i for the six legs Between Gander show of being intellectuals. Four Newfoundland and Tokyo be Pink checked. Blond Belgium cause Odem began his flight in Odom betters april record Chicago mfg a Globe gird Ling William Odom to time for six legs of hts current round the world o k. I new dealer. Eight democrats All new dealers were scored a right Quot on Thio issues and five others on All but one Issue. In the whole Senate 26 members voted the . Tine one half or More of the time. In the House. 92 members voted As the . Thought they should on 50 per cent of the issues and 340 had less than an even break record. House members wet judged on 12 issues three of them votes on the Taft Hartley labor la v. There were 29 House Democrat who made a a perfect Quot . Acor and is republicans who wer rated �??� o. President Philip Murray and Jack Broil director of the . Political action committal appealed for defeat of those congressmen who voted for the Taft Hartley Law their appeals wer published with the voting list in a special supplement to the weekly . New s. The action in publishing the j material again raised the question i of whether the . Violated the Rouhib. N on res in in auction Cam ready Cecal non the institutional Taft Hartley Law s or labor Union expend Iti Keetion with an he Paton. Murray has a1 longed this proviso grounds that it is Uno finds human hands Chicago apr police searched suburban communities South of Chicago for a possible dismembered victim after a pair of human hands were found in Phoenix Iii. C rash kills 6 London a <u49 a a London Leeds train collided with a South bound train at baby near Don a Caster saturday and the London and Northeast Railroad said six i were killed and about 50 were a injured. Youths in shorts sat in a Roadside j Chicago. In april the cafe near Bastogne drinking Beer i Shell took off from new York their bicycles and packs rested j in actual flight time Between nearby. One of the boys loudly i Gander and Tokyo Odom was one declared he we tas an atheist. Two a hour and 50 minutes behind the other boys in a different group s time set fur the distance by him hard this statement and marched i self. Milton Reynolds and a Tex Quot Over to the Shaker Shook his j Sallee in april however by Cut hand and drank a Toast to atheism Ting times Between arrival and and then they All laughed. The departure at and Calcutta props Retro Shook his head in Dis j and by passing Over Shanghai gust. Withe a Othis i done to understand Quot he to pie abridgement of the right a a bomb speech and press. The gov is still studying this prov the Law and has not yet any cases under it. If a int at it setting Down he w As Able k up two hours and 40 min Arlt hers to met ?"4jf a the Nual championship meet o. Wisconsin state Archery a lion will be held aug 16 a at Greenfield Park with r Harrman of Appleton seek retain his state title the to Acy to lips said. A owe belgians and our Chil it it in time spent on the ground. \ consecutive Yea Why bankruptcy to Shadow darkens Britain great Britain facing one of the greatest crises in its history is taking drastic Steps to fight what prime minister Clement Attlee Calls a othe second Battle of ?� what brought the once Rich nation into the Shadow of bankruptcy she spent All her Money and mortgaged much of her future wealth to fight the War. It thought that Hie $3,750,000,000 loan from the u. S. Inset shows lord Halifax and Secretary Byrnes signing it would tide her Over until postwar production put her on her feet. But production lagged. And Britain had to spend the loan faster than expected. There is Little left and its outgo is seeded by the inflated Cost estimated at 20 per cent of everything Britain buys. Great Britain is a merchant nation to make Money she must sell her commodities abroad. Her natural resources however Are so meager that she must import Many necessities. To remain financially stable. Britain must sell More than she buys. Today the situation is reversed she is spending $6,800,000,000 a year for imports but receiving Only $4,400,000,000 a year for her Export. A Chur above shows ahem to Over is billion in Lei. There Are three main reasons Why Britain is a Orn the red Quot with an unfavourable Trade balance. First her Basic Export has always been Coal but 1947 finds her barely meeting emergency quotas and falling about a million tons a week below prewar production. She is actually importing Coal from the United states. The new a super austerity Quot program Calls for the miners who enjoy a five Day week to work a half hour More each week secondly Britain s greatest need is dollars. Nations from whom she buys food and other essentials demand payment m dollars. Much of the Cost of her occupation forces in Germany must be paid in Collin. In admitum lacking or Fidfl in la stability of the Pound Many people Are converting thei thirdly production is hampered by a critic age. Almost half a million British troops. Workers Are still abroad. Many women a factory work. To ease the work shortage troops from overseas it is embodied in a withdraw 200.000 austerity program which Winston Churchill denounced As a Blar tartan ?� but the House of comr legislation which extends wartime Powers of g Imbor into a essential Quot industries

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