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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 17, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. Is no. 15._ Flash fire hits town Racine wis., sunday August 17, 1947. S pages decks Gandhi with Flowers d a Flash i a the bus int has Tui Ray. Leveling in building and lies homeless to Telephone and Alc Utt a a Pic Mohandas Gandhi toured the moslem sector of Calcutta and 1.000 moslem swarmed around his automobile shouting a Oifong live Mahatma Gandhi Quot the hindu Leader was sprinkled with Rosewater and decked with flow test the Driver of Gandhi s car was la s Suhrawardy. Numier moslem regents of fund Madison wis. A a Oti a the University of Wisconsin budget j for 1947-48. Totalling $25 954.378, j or $7,930,515 Mote than for the j past year was approved by the temp of i North in More the o the went Gam a by it jul i a Kloi wkly Lypa a a big mess it Riffil merits i tomes or in a grocery iced through led buildings. Ine it Section townspeople to watch helplessly. More i implodes its of second floor a part Ere forced from their their night clothes un-a1 Vage any of to Weir be with be said it mime la age pro birr of Bengal who Bard of org Rita saturday urged Tho moslem to thru thoth. Bud t we a based on . Like blood brother. A a time Ted enrolment of 20. Less wheat in Nebraska an 500 students on the Madison Campus 4 850 in Extension centers and 4 too evening class students in Milwaukee Veteran aids $763,000. John j. Sensenbrenner of Neenah president of the Board emphasized that the University a Owa i United Prim a combines rumbled out of. A a. ,.a. I a i i in la Lim it the. A does Orytha. Us Dakotas county agents and Eleva estimated the wheat brigade there v trucks West. Henry Olson where the fir ered. Said that 1 his store Aire Aas apparent tin would be u see As no me to from Bismarck a bucket and that Call fire 30 Miles Dore owner of the first a disco Hen he was called by was i mulching smoke Wien to thro entire Intel into flames a steady fire and it buildings. Buildings it Tau rant the Hail were there a age window in fire of the � the s were Brok bombs the store broke and fanned the spread to adjoining within three hours five two groceries a res ter operator Harvest in breadbasket totalled Only 12.000,-Fhiu bushels 35 per cent less than last year s record crop. Value of the two Dollar a Bushel Grain was placed at upward from $22,000,000. Poor growing tear. County agents and elevator operates blamed the curtailed liar Vest Fin floods and Snow storms and rust. The finality of the wheat generally was i Poi Ted Good weighing Molt than of grounds. Some areas however reported Grain Light in weight and Short in protein. Power to meet the obligation to student veterans to Aid them in Nebraska Western i Van i ohs aids to veterans he said Aggregates $263.0 10 a year. Registrar j. Kenneth Little re kit i Lei to the Board that an enrolment of 20.500 students representing a to or cent increase Over the Peak of last year but approximate a in 2,500 less than originally anticipated. Is expected to Register is tile Spring freeze Ben next month. Early summer Hail i Quot the continued Rise in Cost of living including room and Board costs is causing an unknown amount of change in educational plans a Little said and added 2.800 freshmen. A Veteran with families Are finding it increasingly difficult to j Renews offer to Indonesia Lee bids press to visit him prices Relief top u. S. Washington a the United states saturday gave indonesian Republican leaders a last Chance to accept this nation s offer to mediate in it see Story on Page 7 j the strife Between Indonesia Ronky Ltd pts la Gen. John c. And the Netherlands. Ii. saturday invited All Amer i the state department made Pendents in Italy to Public a note setting Forth this country to stand which it said has been presented to vice Premier a k Gam by Walter a. Of a jote american Consul general at Batavia. The note said that the dutch already have indicated willingness to arrange direct negotiation for a settlement As brings brushes to Barber shops Wasming Tol it Mem a or May lean correspondents ii it it any army installation a Osuch investigations a see fit Quot lits invitation was in a notice accompanying mimeographed topics of articles in Scripps Howard newspaper criticizing his Arnm it rat iou of the Mediterranean theater. The copies were distributed to till correspondent Rome office of the information. The copies of the articles did not identify the author As Robert it r Lark the notice specified thai distribution of the articles did not constitute release for publication. Through the proposed theater Public Ber the of kept their the Corner Wall it tans May h own hair i their hair sanitary on the tax Lawing hat brushes in now Violat if the. It a the to of the Mug Mer at in i that my the Light Harvest resulted in less Post office and a Ixion wheat piled on the ground than stay Iii school particularly since burned to the ground last year despite a continuing rail the Bill providing an increase in s no estimate of dam car shortage. Bloc King of elevators subsistence allowances for mar was caused mostly by the fat Cut Ned veterans was not passed being. And some of the Grain storage fore Congress adjourned. Units have completed their ship be expect 12.000 continuing Ping for the season. J undergraduates 600 re entering j a a serious Quot shortage of rail cars students 2.800 new to freshmen 900 was still reported in Cherry and transfers from other colleges Kimball counties however. 1.100 transfers from Extension Grain pile up. Centers 2,250 graduate students w. At Valentine in Cherry county. And 850 medical and Law ?� Milwaukee 4 a detective elevator operators said they need Captain John Sweeney of suburb to cars for every one they re get. Ban West Albs police department to my in Kimball county where boots a id of flow a a a a wee Utah wheat is tile principal crop less than to per cent of the total bar a Vir i if n t n woman warn a critical condition vegt has gone out by rail. At least 17 to of Lute j Apo result of a Hammer attack j too bushels of wheat still were attacks wife with Hammer by George Gallup director american Institute of Public do in Ion Princeton n. ?"the High Cost of living foreign policy problems and possibility of another War Are the three chief issues facing the country today in the opinion of american voters. From time to time Institute surveys Are conducted to determine what is worrying the people what they have on Creen Bay. two Uler minds 50 far As pubic aboard a i jewels vanish on plane flight Fri seizes burglars 16 _ problems Are concerned. 16-year-Olds from Dayton. Ohio Are ase new York Ftp a customs my pan american airways offi a als were baffled by the reported disappearance of $1,000 in jewelry is Atlantic Clipper in Lawrenceville. ?"curk a 9-year-old boy and his parents were held on delinquency charges were arraigned before u. S. Commissioner John d. Kehoe on a charge of interstate transportation of a stolen automobile after they admitted to the Fri they had used the vehicle in burglaries from Michigan to Texas. The two were unable to furnish As a which her husband had admitted j pied on the ground near Dix and Sweeney said the victim mrs. Elevator men said there a still is a Martha Stone w to was 30 years very real need for rail oars Quot old today suffered compound Skull a fracture. He added that the bus Dave in band. Elmer w. Stone. 35, a be suggests Kevivki held for mental observation at of German industries the same Hospital where his wife is. Confined i ?" Perrin. In la a tentative Kersten rep � huh in w in. Suggested that revival of German Lin Quency of a minor against his. Sweeney related that Stone came industries along non military lines Mother and Stepfather. Or. And Tralor became suspicious of cloth to the West Allis police station would be a a Overy valuable Prece mrs. Ernest Emmerson. Jujj and bringing a Collie dog with him and Dent for enduring ?� the boy told police that he shot Thev told a stealing the in a statement for the Cong res Walter Byerly. To with a .22 cab j&Quot"1 a 752 of Hor signal record Kersten questioned Ber Rifle when a Ohe would t go a an isl i it a it a t in it whether the German or any other 1 Home when i told him ?� Walter a Quot wort b and . And took him into the Sta people could blamed for acts died in a Hospital at Vincennes i him nah # Stone told police according 17/ ,. U a inn Michigamme Mich Active capt. Sweeney a of May of Dormer leaders Bent on Conquest. the 1 x l held Here awaiting claimants Johnson said. After the boy told authorities he Bond of $1,000 each and were held shot a playmate a because he for s. Marshals for removal would t go to court Milwaukee. State s attorney Maurice cos a a. A a a a. Nell filed a delinquency charge special Ain a jpp5� j 1 a repro against the boy. James Webb an Quot a. Ill wis charges of contributing to the de j1 the Barman in in Nan Gnu of a minor Taffi inc hit Helix us when b filling station operator became suspicious of clothing and Auto accessories piled in the car. Asked an officer to shoot the dog. The officer noticed Stone seemed seize girl walking on Street clutching live hand grenade lion to detect As Well Tell you i killed my wife with a ?� Stone asserted there had been no quarrel. A police squad found mrs. Stone on the Kitchen floor of her Home. On the Kitchen table were birthday cards and a pair of red Stone earrings apparently a present for mrs. Stone. Hitler Label judged libellous Montgomery Ala a up a Adolf Hitler s name applied to an taken into custody by motorcycle american citizen is intrinsically patrolman Carson Ertmer a for Belous. The Alabama court of a Mer Soldier. Peals ruled 3-Block Chase. The opinion written by judge r e.,. O _ ,. A Ertmer said he noticed the to b. Carr and issued at the conclusion of a special summer term Man and thought the object she upheld a $900 damage judgment carried looked familiar. He said he awarded by the Hale county Cir looked again and saw it was a hand cult court. Grenade. A what do you think is the Mot important problem facing this country today a higher Price fir. The results Are As follows High prices High Cost of living inflation 24% foreign policy getting along with other nation. Helping Europe 32 preventing War. Working out a peace .21 strikes and labor problems. 8 housing. 6 controlling atom bomb military preparedness 3 communism. I future of the c. taxes. I miscellaneous .14 \ Oters route from Lisbon to new to York i the first Case of its kind. Mrs. Elsie Shomer 33. Of new York reported that a jewelled pin and earrings vanished from her jewel Case shortly after the plane left the azores. Search futile. Capt. Peter Votan Brussel radioed ahead and customs and airlines officials met the plane when it arrived at Boston. The plane and passengers were searched but the missing jewelry was not found. For a settlement by the untied states. The note added a Olf the indonesian authorities Are willing to accept As the Netherlands government has done the Gix i offices of the United states about direct negotiation the United states will he glad to pursue the matter ?� it said however that if the indonesians Quot insist on specifying a particular method of settlement As they have heretofore done without taking into account whether it would tie acceptable to the other party our offer of Good offices necessarily lapses Quot wants world panel. The note informed the indonesians that the United states then would have no alternative a other on trial aug than to inform the Netherlands m a vol urn i government and the United nation Security Council that the louche v tidied i regulates for j Rne k local b Imp re been Petkov to die for War plot Sofia. Prutkov a the Agra fenced to c Ting again a Ted bul Petkov. Cd ii the the top i to the govt 5. He of my conspiring to overt therland front gov dunes an authorities have not a pleaded innocent Cep Ted our offer a when he was Arre this country s offer to use its the United states in influence in ending the dispute statement denounce a was first broadcast to Indonesia on and declaring that bulgar aug. 6 and 7. V Ould be on to on aug. 7, the indonesian Ait of world . Bori ties replied by radio that they would accept but at the same time dbl d in june i a formal left in a. Request this government to use its neither was it found by searchers influence with to dutch and the Security Council in favor of its own proposal that an International arbitration commission be dispatched without delay to Indonesia. The state department said that it appeared the indonesians had misunderstood the nature of the i in new York. Mrs. Shomer who was miss new York City of 1933, said she had the jewels with her when the flight left the azores. Airline officials thought however that the Singer retracts slur on musicians Chicago boy killed in Baraboo crash Baraboo ?" a Donald jewels might have been taken some voters named More than when the passengers debarked to one Janie a hence the table totals i stretch their leg at the Island Stop. I offer and Foote then was More than too per cent the jewelry was a wed no an it ported on aug 8 to repeat the today s issues differ sharply Niv Ersary present from mrs. Shorn a a from those of a year ago in a ers husband who met her at the similar poll. Last August the Airport Here. She was returning i Nam sol authority number of voters expressing con from a six week visit to her Moth a swing a Day Whoso got her a a it Oast recently Grace of Tho r Foote also was directed to sex Cern Over world affairs totalled or mrs. Alfred Klein in Casa plam that United states a did halt m is o Day s so. A pm. W m a 1 Mant we we Ai Walt to a Ica i i a a % l to s. I t it. 4 a i a Milwaukee a songstress Amla a marijuana a activities trouble on the West i was Back in the Good Milwaukee musician l after publicly Dot legend statement the j generally use the ?� the Union through president vol Merda his Ira and. Threatened tags and her of. G an a a a i i a Freeport 111.�?"0j p7�?"a 20-year-old girl was held while police checked her Story that a a strange Man Quot shoved a hand grenade into her hand and told her a Odon to throw it it will go ?� Audrey Wyman was picked up As she we talked Down to a Street with the grenade in her hand. She was Only 16 per cent whereas today Blanca. 47 per cent name some item re lated to International affairs. As j _ t for purely National or Domestic dec orcs Al Grico chased her. I hollered to her not to Duncan 18, Chicago was killed problems they were named by 91 drop it a he said. Ertmer said he caught the girl after a three Block Chase. A Oas i grabbed her i saw the firing pin was Loose Quot he said. A of caught her with one Arm and held and three Young companions were injured saturday when the car in which they were Riding overturned North of Here. Injured All of Chicago Are org per cent a year ago and by Only 54 per cent today. A a on nearly a dozen occasions during the past 12 years the Institute has polled the nation s j not contemplate participation by other states in the exercise of our Good the statement added that on aug. La the indonesian authorities informed Foote a that they a Perth ?"eman i Cepter the United states offer of Tirl Shinwell my Mer of a Quot a a a a a a a m introduced a condition again by fuel and Power declared the must rebuild Europe the firing pin with the other. Then Duncan in critical condition Opl nylons a5 0 what were the most i John Paterala. Facial and neck1 k Roll an rink lacerations and Peter h. Berry booked on drunk charge. Injuries and Shock a soon Bdl Woistman our desk be i of vip kill wirl Lulu Cou flt to Tell ii of i ivits pc sergeant came along and he helped a of arh. Road me by to Ding in git i. D Over turned after striking a Geistman drove Ertmer to the. Pecatonica River where he got rid stating that they desired arbitral United states must help finance by the Security Council. European and world recovery or i a vital issues facing us. The results face a economic mediation give a profile of recent history in in a speech to the Perth labor of paraguayan War terms of what interested or Wor j party. Shinwell said the United Quintan Dunha. Brazils to a of the grenade. He said it failed to explode. A of got a lot of training on grenades in the army and i used them. Ned us As a nation. States a must make up their minds in 1935, when the first poll was that Europe must be re obstructed taken the most vital Issue named through the full development of by the people was one which does european resources aided by the not turn up at All in the list to i provision of american credits. The 20-nat�on inter american conference unanimously approved a proposal for mediation of the five months old paraguayan civil War. Gets Manville fever i Day a unemployment. This re i a while the War seriously im-1 the conference called to Frame Darien ?" u.8 a Green Maine in first place until the War paired the Economy of Europe a he � a treaty on hemispheric defense with Justice of the peace John Clouds gathered in Europe in 1938 added a Oit increased America s we the the framework of the unit the ease was brought after the a when i yelled to the woman to j but what i knew never was so Joseph of Brien 52, who officiated and 1939. Then keeping out of capacity for production and. In the nations adopted a uruguayan defendant allegedly posted a sign Slop she kept right on half walk j valuable before Quot Ertmer said. At three of Tommy Manville thu War became the Topmost Issue in Short run. Europe must depend proposal calling for 20-nation sup Over nine Bales of Cotton in Dis my and half running Quot Ertmer the girl was booked on charges serous marriages is honeymoon the opinion of the people. For its reconstruction to some 0f the mediation efforts Alpiste. Likening the plaintiff to the said. J of disorderly conduct and drunk ing As the third husband of bar during the Early War Days be extent on assistance from the ready begun by Brazil and argon former German dictator. A of got off my motorcycle and 1 Eon Ness. Bara s. G Root hot of 37. I Tarn to Page 4, col. I i United state army starts bringing . War dead Home from Europe a oif there were a tank in a filling i where today it Wou Over the country i commented a you of anyone not being the Gas he Thompson crude Oil Price Sentive for Ope new Fields a of guar in lid the Cou Bort of w normally been or had been Avail Ubl the it. S. Army has begun the task of bringing thousands of american to War dead buried in military cemeteries abroad Home for re interment in this country. One of the first european cemeteries from which bodies of americans will be transferred is that at Henri Chapelle. Belgium recently closed to visitors with a special Benediction ceremony. One of the last Gold Star mothers to visit her Sony to resting place was mrs. Henry m. Phinney of Melrose mass., pictured at left above placing Flowers upon the grave of Wimburne n. Phinney. At the time photo was made she had not requested that her son s remains he returned to the u. S. At Center above its. Raymond g. Johnson left of Caldwell Ohio and Frank Connaughton of Springfield mass., make a final Check before Disi terring one of the bodies. At right belgian workers directed by army personnel Start opening one of the Graves which is shielded by Canvas screen. Authorities estimate that the first shipload of approximately 5,600 bodies will leave Antwerp Early in october. Tina. Messages will be sent to both sides asking prompt cessation of Thompson hostilities. The Veteran it Juan a. Ramuglia Argentine re at the idea it foreign minister in an address Call line shortage in ii for an end to a capitalist sex j nation tremes and totalitarianism. Man above system. Argentina to president. Juan d. Peron last july Laid Down in a speech a foreign policy he described As Midway Between communist and capitalist extremes. In doing that Ramuglia said Peron attested that a Oman is above systems and Brazil s foreign minister said that if the conference failed to is he b erect machinery for preservation Supply. Of Continental peace others a Oless he s. Fitted to accomplish it will take Wells our ?� wants fire guards at All airports Washington a we president Truman to air safety Board proposed that communities lacking adequate fire fighting equipment at their airports be deprived of air service. It said there was a Otoo Many of these. In a report released by the White House the five Man Agency Abo an a intensive study of the possible safety advantages of installing seats so that passengers will Fly backwards in air transports. The report fifth issued since the Board was created after a series of air crashes late last Spring outlined a series of proved actions by which government Industry could improve air band accompaniment at a club Here unless she denied the statement attributed to her is a local newspaper. Dahlstrand had threatened to take the band off the stand and keep Anita from singing. He said her alleged statement was a slur on Milwaukee musician a who do not use the drug known As ?� miss of Day almost mind her Milwaukee engagement because of arrest and conviction for possessing marijuana. She was released under $5,000 Bond provided by to Milwaukee night club owners. No Gas Lack says mailman Austin. Texas item it re Popw and a better Price will cure nest of the major ills in the Oil producing Industry says Railroad commission chairman Ernest o. In empty re that j the t s to in r4 my ired toured try is at a it Klips title Manila Ltd Rio pm Tuppi Champion fetal he stopped c Cabane la in the referee it. C halted the Boti suffered a bad Tirso de r a i his title when Enger speedy it the round the Andrew or in � a then Ca Bare la at right Eye. Heads a thunderbolts ?"ot a George a Fin Nev presided division delusion a famed i Rind traffic cent Rel. Lont up la col Didino Migton a ship sinks f amt Ruther a in fog shroud it. 2, too ton

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