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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 17, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol 91, no. 33racine, wis., sunday december 17, 1950 12 pages Between the lilies by Tex Reynolds Surprise of Ife taken Side of husbands in a a few Quot Between sexes freeze Price of new autos Truman s edit Russia protests rearming of Western Germany in notes to French and British Moscow envoys editors note the rough Rood travelled by husband i and Tothero is Dee curbed it a the guest column. Tho author it not of might to imagined in husband and Tother but a ado and Mother this Mokes the piece very unusual because generally it s a Case at wires criticizing husbands or Nee Reno. The authoress a planing that the will Hare to lire with her neighbors and t r tends prefers to a known Only of a no by Mous Awa it s High time someone wrote an � article about that Downtrodden heavily burdened and misunderstood creature the husband. Poems and stones have been written about lovers sweethearts and fathers but nobody has Ever honoured that wonderful Guy the husband. A husband is a Man who. When he marries a woman. Stays a husband Only until the first baby is born. When he proudly passes out Reitars for his first born bursting with Pride and strutting Bis manhood. Little does he Realise he has chanced from a to Vine husband to a Dutiful father f rom then on he is a father not Only to his child but to his wife and parents. The following incidents Are Only a few of the things that a Good father sex husband it must put up with. You a Are now in that Joyful Ca son of Christmas. Everyone is looking Forward to Gay parties and Christmas Trees loaded with Beautiful presents. But who pays the Bills so everyone can have Nice presents naturally the husband. Now you will say that is a husband to duty and you Are tight. But what does he receive in return a few ties he to ashamed to be seen in socks so w ild he can t keep his shoes on. Initiated cuff links lovingly chosen by his wife who known he does t Over a a Birt that he can Wear them with. Then comes sprint and flatter time. Everyone parades to Church in their new colourful haste Quot finery. You re Way ahead of me you furled it. Hero comes father wearing his Harry Herri Rhone suit frayed of Ruff and shiny of seat. And that altered hat he hat worn for three years. It looks like a refugee from a fishing expedition. Speaking of fishing comes the opening Day of the Crappie season. The storm w indoors have to be taken off the screens need painting and forty thousand other jobs. If he does sneak away to go fishing and comes Home with a few he has to clean the smelly Ole things outside and Bury the remains because Mother can t Bear to touch them. How Quot Many does he get to eat we know one if he is Lucky and Quick with his Fork. It is summer the time to relax and take it easy. After a hard Day to work at the office or Plant he plans to loll in the Shade in an easy chair. That is just what he thinks. The Lawn that he worked so hard to get Green and weedless needs cutting. After it is All Cut and trimmed Mother casually remarks she is having a few ladies Over for lemonade. He would no to mind if they had it out on the Lawn it looks so pretty now. Father retreats to the hot Stuffy House. Every morning rain or Shine. Ninety degrees in the Shade or Twenty degrees below he must go to work. But after withstanding the Shock of seeing his Little women come straggling out of the bedroom every morning with her hair up in curlers Bathrobe or Houseboat clutched around the Middle flopping along in carpet slippers he can stand almost any weather. After a cup of Coffee and a piece of Toast he takes the lunch Mother has put up and roes to work. Have you Ever opened up a lunch bag a couple of stale sandwiches a cookie All crumbled up. An Apple covered with Rookie crumbs and Over everything a slight Flavouring of Dill Pickle Juke. He comes Home after a Long Day of hard work eager to get clean j cd up and sit Down and read the paper and relax. The minute he Steps in the door the fun starts. A Odad. I want you to punish .lr., he to been just impossible today a scolds Mother. A of told him the minute you got Home he was going to get ?� so or. Gets punished and spends turn to Page 3, col. A a rallying cry for rearming Washington a Ltd a president Truman to declaration of a National emergency is mainly a r a 11 y i n a cry for mobilization. Actually it will bring into play few Powers he does not already posse a or could not quickly get. Officials said or. Truman to Hope is chiefly to galvanize the country into a United armament Effort and to Brace the Public for greater sacrifices and harsher civilian controls to come. The declaration itself they said will have virtually no effect on the daily life of most americans except the hoped for psychological Spur. Still at War there Are Many Laws on the books w hich could be brought into effect including the sweeping defense production act of 1950. The latter Law gives or. Truman All the Power he needs to impose full Price and wage control invoke priorities requisition goods and materials. It makes materials hoarding a criminal offence it empowers or. Truman to curtail civilian goods and if necessary shut Down entire civilian industries. Further the country still is legally at War. Therefore or. Truman has wide and sometimes vaguely defined authority such As that under Quot which the government now is opera ing All major railroads. And finally Congress is in session and is in a mood to give or. Truman almost any further needed Powers in Short order. The declaration therefore serves mainly to reassert or. Truman s present authority in a variety of Fields. The Laws affected include Grants of Power to Arm merchant ships. Streamline purchasing by the armed forces to eliminate the need for competitive bidding. Control communications facilities such As commercial and Amateur radio stations. Lengthen the 40-hour week in military arsenals. Regulate the movement of foreign ships in u. S. Waters. Suspend the 8-hour-Day Law in plants holding defense contracts. Appoint generals and admirals regardless of seniority. Suspend mandatory retirement of army officers and increase the authorized number of staff officers. Officials noted that a much More drastic piece of legislation has been drafted in a standby Quot form for use if All out mobilization is required. It is in the hands of the National Security resources Board but could be sent to Congress on a Day to notice or less. Could recapture factories. This standby Law provides for censorship lend lease manpower controls seizure of alien holdings consumer rationing and other measures employed during world War ii. There is still another Power to recapture munitions plants sold or leased to private operators under what is known As the National emergency clause. This provides that such plants must be turned Back to the government if it a is for them in 120 Days and in condition to turn out munitions. Jail know n rids. Rynn Ibohm advises Madison ?" up a Wisconsin gov. Oscar Ren neb ohm said that All registered communists should be interned the growth of our Large fifth ?� the Republican governor who to retiring from office Jan. I suggested that the government put communists a Oto work at useful projects for the conservation of our natural ?� Rennebohm also called for taxation of All excess profits and earnings immediate passage of a Universal military training Law and full Price and wage controls. Allied ammunition Burns a twelve hours after last United nations troops left Pyongyang. North korean capital in their Retreat to the South an Allied ammunition train is blasted into a pillar of fire and flame by u. S. B-26 bombers to deny its use by communist forces. A wire photo from life Magazine charge move would violate Potsdam pad London i pm Russia sent notes to France and Britain today protesting that rearming Western Germany w Ould violate the Potsdam agreement and existing treaties. The notes which were believed to be nearly identical were sent from the soviet foreign office to the French and British embassies in Moscow. The texts were not immediately available in London and Paris. A British foreign office spokesman said there was no indication that the russians had sent any such warning to the United states government. Both Britain and France signed treaties of Alliance i with Russia during the w a. The in. S. Did not. The spokesman said first reports of the protest did not indicate whether Russia had threatened to break the treaties. It came just a Short time before a the 12 Atlantic allies plan to finalize plans for rearming about 150.000 West German troops to help defend the we test against communism. She wanted cards three year old Mary Wallace victim of an ailment which doctors say is incurable and May take her life before Christmas sits happily before a pile of greeting cards and toys in Madison. She told her Mother. Mrs. Neolia Wallace she wanted Only Christmas cards especially those with pictures of Santa Claus. Well wishers sent them to her by the hundreds. A wire photo Odd accidents top flying Saucer tales by Paul Joner and in Glendale Calif. Sex City director of Public information manager Charles c. Mccall has Lions below the All out mob Ibiza National safety c Council applied for state compensation Tion level of world War ii. So to l think Fly inc saucers Are with the claim that he swivelled so president Truman set the goal 1 fantastic then just Uke ?tvi6�rousy in his Wivel chair that in an address to the country which look at what the. National Saf to Hurt his Back. You lugs who presaged a declaration of National Council has dug up this scar in �"�1 swivel , off emergency. I its annual search for Odd Arri-1h#t it a 8ld the armed forces Are dents a a a being expanded rapidly and that Mot key that drive cars into to s a kit go it in t even he had directed them to Atlin the nation on Way to War goal Washington. A top a the nation was on the Way today to building up its armed Force to 3,500,000 men a million More and in Glendale. Calif. Sex City fighter than it now Baa but Mil Fusilier describes korean execution new strength a Oas soon As ?� he did no to say when that should be expected but elsewhere there people boats that crash into news More when a dog shoots autos on dry land. Collar but a think thet folks tons that Send Collar but toners to a vat ti11 j a a. The >? fish that Are run Schuttler i do shot him m the we indications it would be by Over by autos while swimming Iran Graham Texas Wasthatinkl-1951. _ fallen Angel that but the r 11 looked 1, the Pooch did it the military strength figure set Bone Suh think flying saucers the no. I goo spot read on deliberately. The trigger Happy Rac hound sidled Over to John to gun. Forth by the president appeared to be somewhat of a Compromise Halfway Between a 4,000,000-Man Force talked of by some leading military experts in Congress and sniffed it glanced contemplative by at his master then raised his you my Haye suspected Paw and pulled the trigger. That some accidents Are caused by less painful but even More pm the 3,000,000 total favored by Monkey business. But it remained harassing was the experience of cautious defense officials. For Alice a trained Chimpanzee to policeman Donald Otto of Detroit. Clinch it. Riding her motor Scooter As the Young patrolman was stroll i before an enthusiastic crowd at ing with his girl Friend on his i dec tel a twi the St. Louis zoo Alice became so night off his service pistol let go #. Giddy with applause that she and shot off the seat of his pants. 4 zipped off the stage in a showy a exit ran Down Trainer William it is no uncommon thing Kenosha wish pm a a tav Rogers and banged h in up. But during a Parade to see a Man Way Ern Brawl saturday ended with Good. My a Flag. But even in these Topsy. Turvy Days it is somewhat startling one in in Quot Rylous condition with it is relatively Seldom that to see a flagpole waving a Man. Knife wounds and three others boats and automobiles run into vet that to what happened during Hurt. Editors note truck Drivers from the crack British Northumberland Fusilier regiment were just sitting Down to breakfast in the Snow covered Hills of Korea near Seoul Friday when a shot rang out. This la what they found when they ran to investigate. J him any Good. They shot him just i the same. One Bloke was just raising himself up for his last breath when the guards came along and gave him another one. Magistrate in charge. There was a sort of magistrate there in a Long Black coat and White gloves with a dust mask on his face. He certified that they by Fusilier William Hilder were dead. Some said the prisoner a execution Hill out ers were deserters and others Side Seoul Korea a ?" the that were North korean Rollback Cost to dec. I level in first order from press dispatches the government froze the Price of new automobiles at the level of dec. 1,1950, in the first Price control order announced at 7 p. In. Saturday. The Price order was signed by economic stabilization administrator Alan Valentine on the recommendation of Price administrator Michael v. Disalle. The action followed president Truman s warning that direct Price controls will Start with a items important to defense production and the Cost of ?� office basses considerable activity was evident at the offices of the economic stabilization administration the new Agency charged with keeping the nation s Economy on an even keel while the county speeds the build up of its defences. Direct Price controls will Start voluntarily on wages and prices president Truman said with a items important to defense production and the Cost of ?� More and More orders will be imposed during the next 60 to 90 Days As the new stabilization agencies get going. Wherever Price controls Are imposed wage controls must follow Quot. For All of business not under direct control the government will set a Ofair standards for wages and prices. Business and labor will be asked voluntarily to forego increase beyond those limits. Steel Copper Nickel aluminium Lead Zinc and automobiles and rubber tire Are High up on the control lift. Easy in control the metals Are scare in proportion to the Job to be done and vital to every phase of the defense program and civilian life. Automobiles Are almost an essential to a motor minded America and relatively easy to control since practically All our cars Are made by to companies. That is the key Factor in control decisions right now because government to enforcement still is weak. The Arm women and the children were screaming. The men were wailing. But the South korean guards shot them All. Spies. Afterwards they piled Earth on top of the bodies and went away. I went Over later in the afternoon. A foot was still sticking out of Fri seizes Trio in Bank robbery Washington the Fri one of the guards went around 0f the craves with a machine gun after Rwy tardy -1 firing bursts into those who did no to die immediately. Brig. Gen. Lee to vice chief of martial Law Quot Headquarters in Seoul said All executions by South Korea firing squads have been carried out in accordance i announced the arrest of three with due process of Law. Crimes men and said it had solved a carrying the death penalty in Washington Bank robbery that Der korean Law include robbery j took place last feb. 17. Murder rape sabotage and High part of the $28,351 loot taken level collaboration with comm from the Shepherd Park Branch lists of the Hamilton National Bank roped in pairs. There was recovered. The Fri said one of the three Sih &Quot.tlji�?t re Ruth of july Par de to Spring j polio said the Rara grew out Tho Havrun Oit t jumped i men was arrested yesterday in Maysville ind., when an a inhibit Fie Dot Mast. Henry Lefeave watch. An Avann emf Shota Vuk 1 jump Cut n. Hollywood Calif the other de motor boat leaped out of the ire the Parade from a third store an Rumen her whether the from my truck and saw some it a Orth Hollywood Calli Ine Otner while River and crashed into a window leaned out too far we tougher in Europe South koreans in uniforms Lead-1 two were in and near car parked 20 feet in on dry land. His balance plummeted toward or the Pacific durin the last War my prisoners from a vehicle Washington this morning. Result one dented Hull one Dent the ground a tabbed the top of a stocks reflect Call to arms new York a in a War baby Stock swept ahead in saturday to Market in the Wake of president Truman to National Call to arms broadcast. The Rush to buy stocks of companies that presumably would Benefit from a stepped up rearmament program carried Price ahead $1 to around $4 a share. Buying orders flooded into the Exchange in such volume that twice during the two hour session the ticker tape dropped behind in reporting transactions from the trading floor. Grains Cotton and livestock also. Investors and speculators were Albert Buress 26, underwent i parked Only a Stone s throw from the men were identified As a Idica a Way Ste which Christopher tassos 34, picked up a a Yacai railway sin a a Man a Oto prevent already too de fender and one red face the Fia Irr it of iut Mir from the window three hours of sure try and was out Camp latter on or. Emmett Holsapple. Old glory died in deference to rpm red in rav condition today they made the prisoners Kneeler Taii forma in in a a it who explained that he had neglect he Ana cd at a Loral Hospital Down adn truck with thir to Caingin 22. Cd to close the throttle As his boat Hoid on he a Ellued Thoma Lenfesty 23. Was bos backs to some trenches dug some neared Shore. Through a a secondary window vitalized with bashes und a the distance away they were roped aluminium firm of autos can be struck by boats Roa arts William Buress to 24, together in pairs. A. R0 on land Why can t fish be ran caused a traffic Serin in t ?t8 brother suffered minor i saw two women and two hikes wages 5,0 Over by autos w Hile swimming but Sci Dol <0 literally As in Coal 01,15 to the Eft hand and Facc-1-voun# kiddies. A de about 8 and Manitowoc wis. Up a they can and were in 1950. J Valley la where it horse Ridden and Lavard Dennis 33. Received 13. Among them. Five per cent wage boost for All its v. Short was driving along the by Karen Dahm tripped Over a pig bruises and a 0,1 lip from a punch l the beards led them in batches3.400 employees was announced by flooded Street in front of his Home wadding complacently Down the in Toledo Ohio when he struck Center 0f the Road. The horse fell and killed two fish that had i on Karen who suffered from Dennis is a negro. Lot to into the trenches and then the aluminium goods manufacture no formal charges were filed shot them in the Back and in the ing co. This followed by one Day an announcement of a record but police held two men As sus head. Warns teamsters against strike Indiana polish president Daniel j. Tobin warned his Al teamster unions against Wildcat strikes because of War threats facing the nation. The chief of the teamsters biggest Union in the Al said about half a million of his workers Are involved in two year contracts expiring at the end of this month. A of am ordering my Union members to remain at work until their requests for stoppages Are granted by the International Union a Tobin said. Grated from a Pond in his Yard Bali Tai id ?ni71 and two others As material the Little lad about 13 kept $500,000 Bonus to All employees of when High w Ater caused it to Quot Evv year to to Lea one Field with cart j shouting a of. ?� but it did t do the firm. Overflow. Mouse leaves the Field to get in an no Man who a Ever struggled automobile and cause an Accident into a dres shirt will be too sur this it car Rove a rodent hitch prised at what happened to John a rid it in a Rar Donven by Francis h. Bradford of Richmond a jetty of St. Louis. It was Dis As director of the state budget covered by mrs. Jetty who just or. Bradford has pulled out of do Fame naturally. Her some mighty tight squeezes but startled husband drove off the none As tight As the Collar he tried Road changed into a hydrant to Button one night in dolling or. Jetty went to the doctor. The himself up for an important party Rar veer to a Tho garage. The Field director Bradford fought so fierce m0usp went Back to the fieldly that he had to go to the hos judge rejects klan Leader to plea to prevent extradition to Indiana for emergency treatment of every Mother doctor to severe Finger Bruise inflicted Byll a Quot ran a of Al Quot in know a a the Collar Button. He witched to an a he of Quot snort shirt urge to Stylc 15 and places Gary Wilmer. Or. Of Atlanta does Quot t by Zell no cases in Point a Hope. For the. Best in the m,cka7 Holloway of . Of course but he also Bam Ala 85 p18 88 �?o7 Hopes that he makes out better Asar old b?w0,uld at a real Angel than he did on his a coating ability to make faces 1 at his older sister. The faces were Pilot run. Playing an Angel in an Amateur theatrical or Wilmer came Down to Earth with a bang when the Cable supporting him above the amp tage snapped As he floated in m a air. Even More satisfactory Mickey discovered when they were framed Between the bars of the Bannister Fin his Home. You guessed it. His turn in Page it col. A Minneapolis or a former i in which time Stephenson will tan attempt on my life he said Indiana Kun flux klan Leader have a Chance to Appeal Reed to he left Carbondale sept. 3 or 4 David c. Stephenson lost an in ruling. A and assumed a different name portent round in his fight to keep Stephenson is trying to prevent. Seized month a from being extradited to Indiana his extradition on grounds he in t1 and returned to prison for parole a parole violator. Reed made no comment in turning Down Stephenson to plea. Violation. District judge Frank e. Reed after a two Day court hearing rejected Stphenson to plea for a court when he left Indiana authorities revoked his parole and started looking for him. He was arrest order stopping Indiana authorities vision in Illinois in Early septem from extraditing him. Ber because he feared a physical time for Appeal. Reprisals from the Kun flux ?� Reed however refused to let Stephenson said he decided to his decision came after Stephen de Here nov. 15. Indiana now is son testified he fled parole super trying to extradite him and Send had severely disrupted transportation. The most popular groups of stocks were aircraft textiles steels motors and rails. Higher prices were the Rule in other major groups although demand was less urgent. Trading volume ballooned to around 1,500,000 shares one of the largest figures for any saturday this year. U. S. Seeks Parley of 21 republics Washington a it us a the United states announced plans to seek a meeting of the foreign ministers of Tho 21 american republics to discuss joint action in the Western hemisphere during Tho present emergency. 17 cattle perish in flaming barn Wisconsin rapids wis. A Indiana officials Lead Stephenson Back to Indiana for a a Orest of his life stay in jail. He ruled that an extradition warrant signed by gov. Luther w. Youngdahl could t be carried out for to Day leave Carbondale 111., late in August after a National Magazine article appeared about him and the klan. He said he feared a Indiana klan underworld politicians would make him Back to Michigan City ind., off a a Large Dairy Bam on the prison to finish serving a life sen farm of Wilmer ter Maat in the tence for second degree murder Lown of Sigel burned to the ground he was paroled Early this year saturday. The loss included 17 after serving 25 years. Head of cattle 70 tons of Hay and Stephenson testified in the extradition hearing in District court seeking to support his lawyer Frank j. Warner to claim that he did no to violate his parole. Some farm machinery. Ter Maat discovered the fire when he was awakened by the Barking of his dog. He was unable to estimate the loss

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