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24 Aug 1947

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24 Aug 1947

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 24, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal. Time bulletin vol. 18, no. 16.racine, wis., sunday August 24, 1947. 6 pages dutch cry Japan it or Chari or a. Grouch a foreign Newt ancient. The Neth Erlander Are rattling the Skeleton of the late japanese f eld marshal count Juichi the apparent Hope of world opinion that the Indonesia is an inc Epting of Japan s a oco birthday walk ends in death Zion 111 a up eighty one year old Van Buren Shumaker who has celebrated his birthday for Many years by taking a Long hike set out from Zion to Kenosha saturday about to Miles away. He thought he could accomplish Terauchi v i in i Republic a est Hev of vim them at a d find baby in weeds ?"nj.ri�?" police said a 15-month-old sleeping infant was j found lying in weeds alongside on his bist birthday approximate an East Omaha Road and that i by the same distance he walked on kidnapping was suspected. His 80th when he hiked from Zion the baby boy was identified As i to Waukegan 111. The son of r. E. Christiansen he reckoned without the heat. Omaha and had been missing Fiorin motorists on Sheridan Road found his Home for a of few Days a de j him lying beside the Road North Yective inspector Fred Franks i of the Wisconsin state line five said. An offset to the in jes from his goal. Shumaker the Chilli was found by a pass i popular inclination to was dead when Kenosha county Jug Motorist Gayle Hood Omaha j in indonesians Asun sheriffs deputies arrived. Who said he nearly struck the ont the europeans Kenosha county Coroner James child with his car in passing the indies for a. Crossin said death was due to Franks reported. This inclination an attack of heart disease. His feel is placing widow Rose Anil a 12-year-old son David survive. Quot he dutch api a to be reviving i Merit a Ull Rule nes the anlage in a1 Dis indonesian con he flu the i ter a pres pres the i. The or n trouble be Pill in a Elf. Iberia j Van Monk hols acing governor general in a die. Revived the theme that Lichi indoctrinated indonesian Dent Soekarno and vice Dent Mohammed Hatta wih a dependence Bug. Is theme was fit t expounded a dutch spokesmen to a few of reign correspondents who brat Batavia on sept. 15, 1945, nazi crimes amaze judge b Iser Squadron ache dutch flotilla a trying scars of cd Hope of me Duful i Rome h preoccupy were not for a full Ilion. That a night Tater in. And cheers to. He Aid Soekarno and minister died at the Home of his the Church s saturday Sabbath he soviet member of the Allied con daughter mrs. J. B. Rice. I said. Leaner War a an Ope indies we were called a lion ?� there enough troops ready blown Allied occur cd me More than a pc Wren the trouble beg we found peace along the Way to the sumptuous hotel Des irides in Batavia. Then gradually the situation soured As the indonesians accurately figured that behind the British naval entry a Force was building for the return of dutch Rule backed by armed might if necessary. Admits exile. A badly advised dutch government spokesman told us then that his government would offer amnesty to indonesians who would give up ideas of overturning dutch so Verein Hatta were japanese puppets but he acknowledged that both had been exiled from Java by the dutch for their political antics in behalf of Index Tidence Long lie fore japanese influence had been imposed on their Beautiful Isle. The villain now drawn into the piece count Terauchi was nowhere about at hat time he was at i Headquarters in Saigon in j Dochman. Terauchi was quite a character and the British in their wit Matching with him. Departed from the Norm of understatement to concede that he was a combination Cfall the evil they could think of a until they Learned to pacify him with scotch whisky. Terauchi a picturesque figure with a shiny Bald head the color of old in a re was the War minister made Japan abandon the plan to hold the olympic games in Tokyo in 1940 on the ground that and jumping was aimless foolishness not calculated to build any empires. Moreover it might give japanese youths some awkward ideas of friendliness toward other Peoples. Evaded order. Cooperation scotch was a delicate business. Terauchi was oppo j be number to Admiral Dud Louis Mountbatten arid he was a unborn. Also he was a cripple from a stroke some month before and was therefore excused from Singapore surrender ceremony o f sept. 12. 1945. Westover Field mass or a chief Justice Harold Sebring of the Florida supreme court arrived bark in the United states saturday from Derma try where he attendant participated in the trials of War As though he were quite thirsty criminals and said he could Tell the baby was discovered i it hours stories that would Quot amaze the later in the weeds a few blocks american ?� from the filling station. In starving condition. Hood said insects were growling Over the sleeping infant and that i he appeared to be in a a starving condition a Franks said. Hood Hulk the Chili to the Home if a mrs. Peck who lived nearby j and she bathed and fed the baby j the infant then was taken to of-1 fires of juvenile authorities where he was identified by his parents. F an attendant of a filling station near where the child was found said a Man stopped at the station and got a drink for the baby. The said the infant drank he said he had approached his to the m a cynical Frame of mind and thought atrocity stories were Only about to per cent fact. However he said Quot now when i begin to Tell what happened in Germany people think i have taken a Page from Baron ?� Sebring did not elaborate but said he would turn All the information he had Over to the War department. Ile said it was difficult to sell democracy a Oto men with empty stomachs and hatred Germany has for Russia a of does t make her a Fertile Field for communism ?� Sebring was accompanied on adventists Laud labor unions business blasts f h a Bureau ?"<u.p a chairman Walter c. Pm House Small business committee saturday prom new pressure on the Federal Public housing a dispose of government owned housing projects. The Missouri Republican made the statement i committee hearings on alleged monopolistic practice exemption privileges of consumer sen ices Init Tive at Greenbelt md., a government owned comm Washington. A worst run Agenes Plumser charged that Federal Public housing Ai a a one of the most in. T of the i to put on a to my Riband Quot a j. Try near Oritz u id minis thieves dump Safe in canal c hic ago. Up police held two men who admitted stealing a Safe containing More than $33,000 in Cah and War Bonds hut said they had thrown the Safe and the War Bonds in the Chicago drainage Frank and Hercules karst owners of the restaurant Fri which the Safe was stolen May said the War Bonds were Wor $22,000. Police identified the two held fled Niegocki. 30, and cd fun Miller. 27 Thev said Niegocki w a bartender of the Karson Resta rant at the time he and Mill to Rcd Agene of our gov a Opo Llev can foreign to t he said time com i Over Ruthn posing of j joint meeting proper nations currency con carry out the disposal of Ertes is Deb and � the a re my. R rep Rankin the cot up in Oerr la. Ill i i g i Ore a a a Apar and rat go or f yet Edi bad news Lincoln neb. It urn the nation to 300,000 seventh Day adventists on the whole have had a a a unusual co operations from labor in granting them immunity from joining unions. I that was the report of the Rev. J but that the suspicion car mgt be. Washington d. Executive Secretary of the seven year old Elmer Wilken learns the sad a torn of 1947�?t mme a Corn crop from his father a Penfield iii., Farmer. Most of the pollen on this stalk. Or. Wil Ken explains has already fallen and in sited Corn ears have not been Polien ated. Midwest continued heat wave makes this season Corn prospects even Darker. La. S. Protests Petkov decree Washington. A up a the state department has instructed Stork stages Hospital reunion Waukesha win. Work harder English told if1 nurses at Waukesha memorial Hospital still Are amazed hut no More so than the principals in this Story. Just 19 months ago mrs. Karl Ritterbusch went to the maternity. A ref nation it was not work London it a to Deputy Prim minister Herbert Morry on Hen of the British recovery Campaign Church to Council on Industrial re nations Here to attend the annual u. S. Ambassador Walter r. Smith meeting of the adventist to be in Moscow to protest directly to the flight from Germany by his Raska conference. The soviet foreign office against Ai e Alc son. I a with Only two exceptions the the death sentence imposed on a unions have accepted the Church to bulgarian anti communist Leader. Minister 94, Dies stand on organized ?� the previous i Quot. S. Protests Over the re a a with mrs. Charles Butler a owe have still not done enough Beloit ?"<4i Rev. Web Rev. Haynes said. Likewise the trial i f the anti communist Leader who gave birth to a daughter Jan. And we have done it to it slowly a Ster Miller. 94. Retired methodist majority of management respects Nikola Petkov were made to the j3 1946. Ward and gave birth to a son Jan. My hard enough and fast enough 12. 1946. She shared a double to Avert economic collapse. Legionnaires prepare for 1947 convention were no grounds for the Allied by Marc j. Parsons a Richard c. Cadwallader National control commission to act. New York Nea a when vice come Sanders Are from world this i us department made the american legion marches War ii. Several departmental com Public the text of a new protest Down fifth Avenue this year. Manors Are world War ii voter by maj. Gen. Walter Robertson. Oui my their Brief stay at the Hospital the women became friends though they had never met previously. But after their discharge they saw in More of each other. Until a week ago that is. Or. Ritterbusch entered he hoi commission in Bulgaria. Pet Kov was convicted of treason. Up to by in aria answer. The russian authority in Bulgaria la Gen. Alexander Cherepanov had rejected the american and British protests on the grounds that the trial and sentencing of Petkov were purely internal bul. A matters. He said there i hot to i d a Quot in Mai a few hours president of the he declared in a broadcast. A what is Britain s greatest shortage now a Morrison asked. I it dollars is it Coal is it manpower is it food i will Tell you. It is none of these things. A Oit is time. A time is running against Usfo to broke into a Back door there and stole the Safe. La shard Silver. Niegocki said he and Miller had taken the Safe to a laundry where Miller worked hut that they were unable to open it. They then Dinv e out in the country where they used Sledge hammers to break it he said Thev to a it a $6 200 in Cash hmm it which they divided they said Thev were afraid to try to Dis these of the War Bonds so they la threw them and the wreckage of the Safe into the canal. A Cash Bot containing $100 in Silver was the Nam into a Lagoon because they did not want to be weighted Down with the coms. He Sadi they probably Over lived the remainder of the Cash in their hurry. Miller said that he had taken his share of the Money to Chippewa Flowage wis. W Here he rowed out to an Island in a Small Lake and buried it in an air tight Bot. If i Thev fat a. R. For Dative government to disc no jets at Greenbelt. Hills Cincinnati Arim ii Waukee it. Milwaukee \ Terai an its a � s m eat c. Thor the been it to r i tee to testifies. Arg or. Are Enate told Ltd is have 1 Small part might nth tag of i a Tho no on least it Mer. Action la ther is 4 land for Home constr Milwaukee area he is permitted to build it government property. Turning Back to the Greenbelt Coop i Active w. J. A i Huger the committee to economic advisor. Said my a admitted that it Bai a monopoly on existing tensing is facilities in the Community. A l Hospital Early one morning after or even than the diam of dollars the birth of a daughter. She was Morrison who holds the non placed in the same double room departmental Cabinet pod of lord uni i is acting year there Tell he an ambulance every ans. Cadwallader Heads the Only other Block and Walkie talkies in committee on housing made up Between lust in Case. Even the legion convention committee Isno to sure whether or not this year to convention w hich opens aug. 28, will be the biggest in the history of that veterans to organization. They do exp it act a bigger flood of world War la vets to be on u s. Commis Ion member to Cherepanov soviet acting Deputy exclusively of world War la vet commission Chan Man. Erans. 1 Robertson wrote the russian to push housing. A of desire to enter an emphatic later they wheeled in her Roommate mrs. Butler who had just Given birth to a son. Obliging Friend lands in jail prime minister during the vacation absence of Prim minister attle lbs speech capped a week act Isis developments during which Britain in order to Stop the Drain on her met get Dollar reserves suspended tile convertibility clause of the aril ment. American loan Aglee water freezes in pipes. As Kankakee shelters Kankakee. Iii. A i4v-although the temperature was in the 90. Frozen water pipe prevented customer in a downtown restaurant from having water with their meals. The proprietor explained that a repair Man worked on the refrigeration system and apparently got the refrigerant too Strong re suiting in Frozen pims. Saying that i riot a a it atm fac ii t h # co ?" la 8�?t Charles r infer fore f that committee was a it pointed protest against your decision. Wallace 23, a county jail prisoner at the last convention. Since then which is contrary to the majority it claims to per cent of its pro of opinion of the Allied control Gram already has been put into commission and to it tit out to Mann effect. The committee bal ked the you that by your arbitrary refusal Wolcott Bill which abolished the even to review the matter in the was hot and a to trying for a gig of hand. This will be the legion to office of housing expediter commission you have assumed a fut real postwar convention. Only 40.000 showed up at the 1946 convention in san Francisco 150,-000 came to the last new York convention Iii 1937. Older vet Rule. There to Little likelihood of an exclusively world War if vet Lamming National commander of the legion this year although two candidates s. Perry Brown of fought to have rent controls raised in certain cases and wanted the Fua liberalized. It also asked the Fua to prepare a Basic building code which has been done. The committee will recommend very heavy responsibility. Asked for review. Robetson five Days ago sent a note to the russian commission ban nut branding petkovits conviction a a Gross miscarriage of Texas and Joseph j. Malloy of the housing for veterans although the District of Columbia Are Veter committee agree with the Long ans of both world wars. J run objectives of the Hill. At the other candidates All i r o m i moment the committee has no Al own Royal Navy physician in Saigon with instructions to rally the aged and feeble japanese if possible. To a Point where he would be Able to stand Una issued and hand Over his heirloom Samurai swords at some future time. Terauchi w As von ornery convalescent and this had great military importance in the immediate postwar mop up. He still commanded a great unbeaten Southeast Asia army which outnumbered the Alii de occupation forces. He was of Cut dose. Under the command of Mountbatten after the surrender r t t a ter or. Many orders and for a while complicated the Allied occupation no end. Then the British discovered his 1 addiction to Good scotch. They devised a military Medico formula i give the old Rascal enough for purposes of amiability but not j enough to kill him off before he could surrender. I totter to c ceremony. Finally Terauchi was carried in a common into the Garden of a government Palace at Saigon in mid autumn. 1945, and tottered the last few Steps to give up his centuries old swords. He said he would do All in his Power to effect the orders of Mountbatten and k put his Promise thereafter. The count died of cerebral Merrhage at Johore More than a year ago As Mountbatten was rising to a Viscounty and headed for the Viceroy Job a India and an earldom. Mour. A in has just to handed British India bark to the indians and remains a governor general i of h Nous an with an obvious Hope of Selling liberated India on per j mar Erst Union a a Dominion in the British Commonwealth j v. Coffey of Ohio James f. Of Neil of new Hampshire Robert Hilliard of Colorado Frank e. Low e of Maine and Bascom f. Jones of Tennessee. Only a few world War ii vets his Friend George Vanhoff 47, set about getting him one. He visited i jail bound Friend and they talked through a wire screen in the prescribed manner. A few minutes later jailers spied Wallace sucking thirs tily on one or lid of a 15-foot rubber tube. They found the other end of the tulle in the neck of a bottle of Sherry wine hidden in Vanhoff inside pocket. Vanhoff is in jail now too. Signs Bill for portraits of Goodland Loomis Madison wis. A Cut a Bill the convention is expected to tical experts were killed saturday appropriating $10,000 to the state take a Strong stand in favor of in the test flight crash of a Tudor emergency Board for the Purchase Universal military training. It a ii Airliner. Of painted portraits of the late tonal commander Paul Griffith the crash occurred shortly after governors Orland s. Loomis and has called one Bill introduced at the take off of the four Engineri Walter s. Goodland and of former the last session a virtually amen air plane designed to carry 36 j governor Philip f. La Follette was fewer sales to British Empire May Lessen food costs Here w o e Federal to the convention that it go on Justice and asking for review of record As opposing the Taft i the sentence Lender Wagner housing Bill on the grounds that the Hill to primary purpose is slum clearance not famed plane designer killed in test flight Woodford ia1 a Roy Chadwick designer of Brit world War i Are Lawrence f. J tentative legislation program but Ain s famed wartime i Ancaster however Mountbatten had his Quigley of Massachusetts Martin the members Are working on one. Bomber and three other aeronaut i. Have reached top legion Levels so can legion legislation with Amend passengers and equipped with such signed by acting gov. Oscar Hen a a i a a �?��?"---1--- a to -11 1�?" Ines Nam. Far. James Green Joe Foss and Mentis. Innovations As a cocktail bar. By Sigrid Arne a staff i Orres polent. Washington washing ton economists Are not Tom it Dis sorbed Over the possibility that the British canadians and australians May have to Cut their buying of american go it is Heie Are the figures which Are important together the United kingdom Canada and Australia bought $ 1.767, my too Worth of american go mods the first half of this year. 2 in the same period we a a ported ail told goods Worth $7,552,000,000 our National income is now the rate of $193 billions the department of Commerce estimates it is unlikely the this a parts of the British Commonwealth a it re 3 on a at National air races the planes. And their pilots Here Are some of the Many types of planes that will show their Speed in the National air races at Cleveland aug. 30 to sept. I Many like the p 51 Mustang the p-39 air cobra and the p-38 lightning Are souped up trimmed Down versions of famous u. S. Warplanes. The at-6 training plane is a favorite with women pilots in the All feminine fliers race. A new event this year will feature fast midget racers like Tony Levier s a cosmic wind a above. Tony lever Cook cd film Dor Marland Margret Mcgrath these Are some of the pilots favored to take top Home a in the big races Globe Cierler Odom in a p-47miss Page p-38 i Cyril a-26 and last year to Bendix Winner. Mantz p-51 Are among entries in the Lins Angeles Cleveland dash aug 30 Levier last year to runner up in the Thompson is hark again with his red p-38 to enter three events of a Leland flying an f2g is a top Thompson contender and misses Mcgrath and Marland in at-6 Ere favourites in the Hall women Pilot it race. Would Cut their buying by than half they sell enough Here to cover half of what they Are buying. That might mean the u s could lose about a billion in sex xxi its Hie next half year but that would be Only a seventh of our exerts in terms of the last six months and a Mere drop in the bucket when stacked up against our $193 billion National income the flurry Over a Cut in Commonwealth buying Here stems from the fact that the British and canadians particularly Are Short of american dollars both have been buying Here twice As much As they sell. There is no certainty where the possible drop in exports will hit Here. But Britain has Given an indication that it will be in the luxury Field they have already Cut imports of tobacco and films. Canada and Australia have made no announcements yet. But government economists guess the Cut will come in autos refrigerators washing machines radios cosmetics vacuum cleaner and perhaps some Oil Britain is also Likely to Cut in purchases of meat canned fruits powdered milk. And dried eggs economists say that could mean two things Here More american products would have to be sold at Home and the prices on those might drop a Little which would be a Boon to the american consumer. Some factories might Cut production. And Lay off hands but it would scarcely mean unemployment. Since there Are still plenty of jobs for a Man who does no to mind a shift certain american product seem to face no particular worry Canada s Industry can t operate Well without american Iron and Coal. Britain need our Gram raw Cotton and some machinery Australia will probably maintain some buying of american textile-., processed steel autos and Oil one Washington economist associated with big Amer Nan interests said there is a major Long time worry. The rest of the world through necessity could set up a trading a Stevi w hich would leave us out for two reasons we Don t buy enough foreign goods. And our prices Are too High. Niger quoted the co operative Wro it monopoly on new 1 Dies. In reply to a que Man Ballinger said no investigation of by privately of red veto ments a Owhy just go aft and not hit the Bis that Are doing the Only worse Atit. A Owen tre not Gem co Ops a plot i have said in this Case ii ment a a that is i a sight a Pat Man a jets Are in Iriqui a other a not Ploeser said a other re going said. A Congress is Date them Greenbelt a oven Bauer attacked co Ope re five As monopoly the co Alt 1$ business in suburb Bauer Tai Best interest of be better served among private Fin Popcorn bag gets hush hush pit Tad Maie Rac 1 �? mus de. Pats t or the a Oas la to fit a or re red or he san Fra Long list of p edit of Mank Irv my m be co fit i but Corn b in. Levin de it scr to Plai said the a thu. Specially p cellophane the urn if in cd Jno the is ror be _ neater manager r added Hiem noise Lese dip As it hire 1 eater goers i is made of laminated so i r r when i a Cherie � me. Tate Barie Palm Boyer 1 rut Hugi in i. 2. Wry at in save Navy Pilot in Lake plunge Waukegan his id a Pilot was rescued by a it j i i 1 is f h a f j Ehi a Quot i y n a see ter his Fri hellcat fuer p i a plunged into i Uke 13 Miles nor he. It of he Navy off it ers d the p Oll Fig Henry m Yoe of nearby Glenview naval air ?Tio participating in Tono z get Over the Lake when the said pilots circling overhead 1 him clamber out of e Coe before the clone a Quot it r d himself with his Quot Ila we jacket. Fellow pilots then notified air station arum a Call from i View to the god neat sent the Rescue boat speeding its Way. New swim record Chicago , Van it Holland set a new american z meter breaststroke so r Ord of 3 03 4 in the n a Oral a women outdoor swimming i

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