Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
21 Dec 1947

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21 Dec 1947

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 21, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. Is no. 33.Racine, wis., sunday december 21, 1947. 12 rages the Voith at is. Tab Chi near boy Uke up arms for civil War. Believe silence dooms Satira ?" put a the three judge audencia court reached a decision saturday in the manslaughter Case against Patricia Satira Schmidt for the killing of her Lover John Lester Mee and court officers said the judges procedure indicated a conviction. While the Olive skinned Toledo dancer waited apprehensively in a prison cell the judges conferred and gave their decision to a court clerk for typing. Court officers Laid that if the decision had been an acquittal it would have been announced within 24 hours after the end of the trial but that period expired at la a. In. Today. The presiding judge. Cristobal More said the decision would be announced a probably ?� Carmelina Guanche an officer in the women s prison at Guana Cocoa said acquittals Are announced to prisoners by Telegram within the 24-hour period under cuban procedure and none had arrived. 2 killed 4 shot at family party Laurel ?" up a a wedding anniversary party which China arms youths As Jap boys play by Arthur Mckeeby banking China the teen age boys of China which fought on the winning Side of world War ii Are putting on uniforms and lugging rifles today not for military training but for civil War. Across the yellow sea in the Defeated nation of Japan youngsters of the same age have taken off their uniforms and Are playing baseball in the Parks. China s crumbling economic system is Only one part of the Enigma which finds China sick and tired of War but unable to find the Way to peace. Many of the Best informed chinese As Well As americans Here feel that China must be educated to the mechanized age to win its out War and to utilize american financial Aid in ending its economic stress. Today on the airfields of banking. Shanghai and Tsin Tao the sex american p-51 fighters and transport planes of the nationalist forces Are grounded for Lack of repairs. When pilots take off in planes that still can Fly they find operations severely hampered by Lack of qualified control Tower operators. Fear russians. The chinese army to All practical extent has no experienced mechanics no trained men to maintain tanks guns and air planes. American military men Here claim it is not enough to provide i Chiang Kai Shek s forces with i the materials of War guns tanks i and planes unless China can use them. I because the mechanized train my of China to army would require a Long Range program Many of these american military observers think we May also have to Supply men to maintain and serv ice the equipment that China gets. But among the chinese there is1 the fear that if american men did take Over the Job. Russia might actively take the part of the chinese communists. The same need for education j extends to China s Hopes for the future when internal peace is achieved. The modern farming and Industrial methods China needs can come about Only by training the masses. An american Admiral who has closely studied China to troubles told me that to accomplish these things will require a of Long Range program of education that May take 75 years to bring the nation out of its present archaic ?� War is obstacle. When will such a program be yes Blackie there is a Santa ?" up a Back in 1936. Blackie chewed up a cat belonging to a regimental commander. Col. Walter Moorman. The colonel s cat died and Blackie was court Martiale. Blackie was just a Mongrel dog. Hardly More than a Pup then and he got life in the fort Mcpherson guard House. But he stood it like a Man. Then this Christmas season rolled around. The spirit of Santa Claus was everywhere. There seas a new colonel out at the fort also. The colonel g. M. Holloran. Noted Blackie s exemplary conduct and prepared a Christmas order remitting the unexpired part of Blackie to sentence. He placed the 14-year-old dog atop a jeep and read the amnesty decree. A lot of soldiers and other people cheered. . Starts probe of Berlin Racket the wounded in Post War China they mock Victory to peace. Robber killed in gun Duel Rock Island. ?" u. A police sought the accomplice of a Minneapolis Man who was shot and killed in a robbery attempt. Charles Robert Henderson 51. Minneapolis minn., exchanged gunfire with police in attempting to flee with $596 taken from a food store. Mrs. Wilma Drake cashier said Che was Locking up the store when 1 vote in 5 favors Ike by George Gallup director. American Institute it Public opinion. Princeton. N. J a no matter what candidates Are selected the 1948 presidential election is going to be decided by a voting bloc of some 13 h million people who hold j the balance of political Power in America. The outcome depends directly on what party can make the most successful Appeal to this Pivotal and decisive group. The group is the Independent voters. Gen. Dwight d. Eisenhower is the most favored candidate of this it roup today probably because he has remained aloof from partisan politics. One voter in five 22 per cent today classifies himself As Independent a that is. He considers himself As belonging not to the Republican party or to the democratic party but As a Man who is Apt to Swatch from one party i to the other depending on his own personal conviction. 16-year struggle. Neither the republicans nor the democrats have enough regular or a a thard shelled party members to carry the country they must rely Chi the independents to sup Mother killed in train crash Burlington. We a of a a Mother was killed and her two sons seriously injured saturday when a Soo line train crashed into their car at a crossing about 12 Miles Southeast of Here. Killed was mrs. Minnie Paulson. Silver Lake. The car was driven by her son. Clarence. 20. He and his 10-year-old brother Lawrence were taken to a Hospital Here. Deputy sheriff Harry Schmal j Feldt Kenosha county said the Accident took place about to a. In. Or Highway 50 where there was another fatal Accident three years ago. The family was reported return j ing Home to Stiver Lake from twin lakes when the Accident happened. The re was no imme j Diate explanation for the crash. County Coroner or. James a j Cretin was called to investigate fire in Chicago perils 25,000 i Henderson and a companion a enough votes to win. Gin or. John find political adviser to the american embassy Here and formerly an instructor in chinese and american universities says the government it has a program on paper for reaching started As a quiet family affair at a and educating the masses but is Roadside night club ended saturday with guns blazing and two persons dead and four wounded. One of the dead was mrs. Ernest Bishop in whose Honor the party was Given. Her husband was critically wounded. Dead also was mrs. Bishops to 30-year-old brother George Mcnair. Sheriff Luther Hill said he was still trying to piece together the details. Hill said Mcnair s body was found in the night club Kitchen. He still gripped a pistol in his Racine Soldier s buddies hand. The sheriff said two other unable to carry it out because of the War and the catastrophic economic ?� military men answer that so Long As China continues to stumble through its painful civil War on foot such a program is a Long Way off. Otherwise they declare Young boys will continue to shoulder guns and the War wounded will be on the streets of China s cities for Long years to come. Pistols were found. Receiving minor wounds were Tommy Mcnair 23, Mary Joe Mcnair 20, and an unidentified negro Cook who worked at the night club. Tommy and Mary Joe were brother and sister to the dead Man and woman. A owe Arentt certain who shot first or How it ?� Hill said. A othere Are three conflicting stories in this respect no charges have been ?� come and get it Sandy Point. Texas up a the four Day old hunger strike at the Darrington state prison farm was apparently at an end saturday As the first of 325 prisoners entered the dining room for the noon meal. Warden David h. Coers announced. Still in quarantine Camp Stoneman Calif a Uri a All except 50 of the 1,050 officers and enlisted men under quarantine Here because of a fatal Case of spinal meningitis were being processed for release w Ith prospects Good that the quarantine would be lifted Early this week. The men returned aboard an army transport from the Orient a week ago. Pfc. James Cardan Racine. Wis., died shortly after the men debarked. Originally the quarantine was ordered in effect until late in december j eliminating chances that the men could spend Christmas at Home. Officers reported that the 50 men who lived in the Barracks i with Carolan were being kept in isolation. Preached her and demanded entry. She screamed and ran to a neighbouring store to Telephone police. Henderson s accomplice apparently became frightened by her shrieks and fled. John Thoren store manager who was in the Street near the store turned Back to investigate the commotion in the doorway. Henderson forced him to open the Safe and turn Over the Money. Henderson ran from the store through the late Christmas shopping crowd and into a parking lot. When police arrived. Witnesses j informed the officers he had disappeared among the automobiles in the lot. Gunfire broke out As police began their search. Henderson suddenly broke from concealment and then collapsed on the Street. He fired one More wild shot before he died. After the affray police found 20-year-old youth under one of the parked cars. They discovered however he merely had taken Refuge from the shots. Right now the majority of Independent voters lean Tow Ard the democrats. For 16 years the republicans have battled to win Over the independents and they were successful Only once in the 1948 congressional elections. The rest of the time the Independent vote has proved a Happy Hunting ground for the democrats. The trend follows a oif in presidential election were being held today which party would Yon Vole for Tho democratic or the Republican Independent votes. % % dem. Rep. 1944 election. 62. 36% oct. 1946 38 62 oct. 194757 43 today. 57 43 Chicago up a fire broke out in a state Street department store crowded with an estimated 25,000 Christmas shoppers saturday hut customers and employees filed out of the store calmly. No one was Hurt. A that All those people got out of there without a Stampede was miraculous a said fire commissioner Michael j. Corrigan. The fire broke out about i p. In. Cost in an escalator leading from the first floor. Smoke spread quickly through the 10-Story Structure. It broke out at a time when crowds estimated by police at \ 1.500.000 to 2.000,000 persons were crowded into the Loop area. Corrigan said that fire began in the escalator at the store Gold Batty to at Van Buren and state. When the mechanism became Christmas in Christmas Santa. A Little warm in All his North pole trappings pauses while Reading his Christmas mail in sunny Christmas. Fla. To Ponder gifts for two shoeless admirers. Stanley and Lewis Yates. He seems to favor shoes but the to is would undoubtedly prefer something More practical Uke a football. Auto Row re discovers customer is somebody by s. Burton Heath Detroit Nea a do you feel an uncontrollable urge to Plant a toe vigorously in the seat of that automobile Salesman to pants or overheated by the Quot heavy Load of a you harbouring a Homicidal in shoppers. Pulse toward that garage Mechan at the time he said the store la ,. Crowded that Palace 00,1 a run a Purchi Arnst i to done Tugi Adamitis has destroyed millions of dollars Worth of Good ?� says the Booklet. A oin a few Short sentences by a careless wave of the hand or an be Bury pm Page a Berlin a up a the i. S. Military government announced arrival Here of a special investigator named by i the army department to a of a Sist in investigation of certain i charges of Black Market ?t the announcement said the investigation would concern charges made by a former employee of the military government and the european command whose contract recently was terminated for the convenience of the ?� it did not name the employee. The investigator is e. Earl Rives a county judge of Greensboro. N. C. He has oxen loaned for the investigation to Gen. Lucius d. Clay the u. S. Military governor. The two conferred saturday. Neither was available for comment. Terms situation terrible. It was reported unofficially the the charge named some High ranking officers and that the investigation would Center in the u. S. Occupation zone rather than in Berlin which is under four Power control. The charges were believed to be similar to allegations of irregularity which have prompted numerous anti Black Market regulations during the past year including an embargo on the private importation of american Cigar ets. Numerous attempts to smuggle Cigar ets have been reported by postal authorities. Meanwhile St Washington representative Winstead dem. Miss disclosed that he recently asked Secretary of the army Kenneth d. Royal in a letter to investigate reports of a racketeering and looting activities in the american occupied zone. Winstead included no specific allegations but said he regarded his information As reliable and indicating a a of terrible situation. Royal wrote in reply that a these May be reports which came to us some Days ago and which Are now under investigation in the ?� a Oit has been brought to my attention a w instead wrote the Secretary. A that a certain segment of insulting tone of voice hundreds our military government person was so through the aisles was difficult. Automobile Row know what ails awk and special guard aided to Quot a 10 in getting customers safely to sex j clan of Don he �"�11 its. Police and firemen rushed to the scene in extra numbers in fear of a catastrophe but there was no panic. They said crowds As for candidates for 1948. The filing out were orderly. Independents today show pref the last to leave were splashing. Through pools of water which Terence for three leading Nien spread throughout the Gen. Dwight d. Eisenhower. Pres j1 t of for f while immediate loss was Esti a disease stimulated by wartime scarcities until it swept the country. You la Burn up for a while. Then you Tell forget what made you dumb and bund. A but in the Back of Quot of valuable customers have been lost. Otherwise healthy folks have become the victims. They have developed Sou pusses and Are Given to a most annoying habit of breaking out into gales of laughter when you ask for a common article in the store ignoring you by conveniently being struck state couple wed 7 7 years ago have no advice for happiness Columbus wis a up a mrs. Eva Richard and her husband will celebrate their 71st w edding anniversary today with a Ojust a quiet Day nothing ?� it was dec. 21, 1876. That e. W. Richards took Eva goodspeed As his Bride. They were married on her parents farm Northwest of Here and Farmed for 38 years before moving into town. A How do i feel Why i feel just Fine a mrs. Richards said in a firm voice. A but i can to give any recipe for a successful marriage. We just got along nicely and lived to a Good old ?� Richards now 94. Has been confined to his bed since 1944, but his 91-year-old wife still gets around. A of Haven to been out much this Winter a she said. A Oil to not As Spry As i used to be. My daughter is with me now to and she keeps House but until she moved Here from Chicago a Short time ago i managed pretty ?� the daughter mrs. G. H. Jones and or. William c. Richards a Morrisonville veterinarian Are with their parents tomorrow to celebrate the wedding anniversary. A owe Arentt Able to do much celebrating after All these years a mrs. Richards said. A but my i never expected to ident Truman and gov. Thomas f. Dewey of new York. Although general Eisenhower does not run ahead in polls among regular Republican party members. The secret of his popularity when matched against president Truman in a trial heat races lies largely in his Appeal to the Independent vote. To probe candidate preferences among the independents a list of 12 men who Are being most prominently discussed in connection. With the 1948 race was handed to cent. Representing each voter classifying himself As an veterans received Independent. He was asked the question a suppose you had a Chance to vote for your favorite candidate for president in 1948. If such an election were being held today which one of these men would Yon vote for a the vote Dwight d. Eisenhower .18% Harry s. Truman 17 Thomas e. Dewey13 Harold e. Sis men ii George c. Marshall of Henry a. Wallace of Douglas Macarthur 8 Arthur h. Vandenberg 4 Earl Warren .4 Robert a. Taft 8 Leverett Saltonstall i Joseph e. Martin. I others. I of veterans draw unemployment pay Madison. Wis. Our map proximately i per cent of Wisconsin to War veterans were drawing Federal unemployment checks at the close of november the unemployment compensation department of the state Industrial commission reported. The i per some 3.000 s171.700 in Federal payments during november compared to $143,-200 during october. The state to Benefit payments to both unemployed civilians and veterans continued at a Low level mated by Corrigan at about $25,-000. The loss in sales was expected to run into thousands of dollars. During november with payments totalling $384,000 Coral a red to $372,000 in october. Surgeon removes tooth from injured thumb Durango. Colo a to a mrs. W. J. Wellman to sore thumb is expected to heal better now that its tooth has been draw to. In an Auto Accident. Mrs. Wellman lost several Teeth w Hile receiving other injuries. This week she noticed that a lacerated thumb seemed to be Healing very slowly. An a Ray showed one of her lost Teeth imbedded deep in the flesh. Gets Job Back ?" up a Lazarus m. Kaganovich 54. A member of the powerful politburo and one of Russia s top economic men. Was restored to his old Post As a vice has no reason to be living grand rapids. ?"jud�?" Eugene zen Teiner 24. Is alive today. But doctors can to inure out Why. Zen Teiner consumed bottles of cough syrup sleeping pills peroxide. Sulfa tablets and a after meals to Medicine. His condition baffled phys cans say it s Good. Sore but in the Dack or your mind you Tell keep a grouch against so and so inc., to your dying Day. Sou pusses now. That is what Chrysler is afraid of. Likewise Ford and general motors. They know How bad things got during the War and they realize that the service departments of their dealers caught bad cases of a Odon ?� one of the big jobs they Are tackling now to is a Campaign to kill off that costly disease. The Plymouth division of Chrysler has put out one of the most effective attacks in a Booklet entitled a Odon Tugi Adamitis a distributed to its dealers. With cartoon and entertaining text it drives Home some truths that the i sped across the interstate Bridge if your arteries Are filled with blood instead of cold Tea and thin soup you probably have an insane desire to curl your fingers around the Throat of people like than then with constantly increasing pressure choke them into insensibility a explains Vav. B. Rice Plymouth director of service under whose direction a series of booklets on the subject is being prepared a what we Are trying to Tell our service men is that if they will just remember How they have turn to Page 6. Col. Woe at both ends Menominee. Mich aha roman Holmberg of Marinette got into trouble at both ends when he chairman of the soviet Union to celebrate our 71st wedding Anni i Council of ministers a Job ?� Lent to Deputy Premier. Slavs to try monks on espionage charges Belgrade. Yugoslavia. An official announcement said five franciscan monks will be tried on charges of organizing an esp Niage service operating an illicit radio and furnishing secret information on military political and economic matters to a of foreign ?� Doris Duke to retain american citizenship new York a a Doris Duke Rubirosa said she planned to retain her american citizenship As she left by plane for Buenos Aires to join her husband. The heiress to the Duke tobacco millions was wed recently in Paris to Porfirio Rubirosa. Newly appointed dominican Republic ambassador to Argentina. She said she did not know How Long she would be absent from the country. Customer a of meats and shirts shoes and automobiles and repairs a has waited a Long time to see expressed strongly. He was fined Sio and costs in Marinette for speeding and across the River Here he was fined $25 and costs for reckless driving. Yea. Blogger ?" of a British mine officials claimed that 27-year-old William a of logger Williams established a new world record by digging iss Long tons <421.120 pounds of Coal by hand in five shifts of 7h hours each. Colliery officials estimated that Williams earned about seven pounds $28 in shift who did least for America butchers and Joe club votes grand rapids Mich it of a inscribed crockery pots were the Crackpot club local fun or awarded to a animation named the american maj. Gen. Bennett Meyers for meat Industry and Joseph Stalin a taking it like a lot of brass ?� As those who did the least for plus a Cluster for a blaming it on american in 1947. A ?� club vice president Floyd Mayo Humphrey Bogart movie actor. All members Are vice presidents t for a othe worst performance of the our task of Selling the ideals of Nel in Germany is engaged in racketeering and looting activities which if reports i have received Are True and i have Good reason to believe they Are True Are a disgrace to the army and the great nation it represents. Semis second protest a doubtless you have already had some complaints on this matter. I feel sure there Are probably Only a Small number of persons responsible for this condition and j that the great body of the army of occupation Are patriotic american soldiers who too would like to see this situation ?� in his reply. Secretary Royal said a Oas you know. Similar reports have Arisen in the Twat and in Many instances Are found to be without justification and in a few instances to be supported by the facts. I believe that the present reports will prove to be largely without basis but i can assure i you that i am making every Effort to sift the data thoroughly Winstead told Royal in a dec Ond letter that a oif reports i have received Are As reliable As i believe them to be. The situation is ?� wants be whitewashing. The mississippian offered his assistance a Oas a member of the armed services committee and As a representative in Congress in bringing to Justice any military personnel regardless of rank or civilians who Are found to have brought disgrace upon their great ?� a oat a time when this government has made such a great Effort to establish Good will and permanent ?� Winstead wrote a none of us should permit this Small group to tear Down and destroy the efforts made by the majority of the people. A of am sure you will agree that said it was the first time in the nine year history of the crackpots that duplicate awards were made. John l. Lewis a whose Chin and miners frequently Are out a took the honors in 1943-44-45, Mayo said. The club honoured the meat Industry for its a one or two pork chops for a Bucko and Stalin for the possibility that he May a Loose a of guided missile at Truman old Homestead instead of just doing it verbally. Year to in the communist Holly Wood hearings. Jane Russell for proving a that a woman does t have to know How to act to get along in Hollywood if she has other ?� Mayo said honorable mention went to Serai. Owen Brewster and Homer Ferguson for a bringing vaudeville Back to life in the Hughes War contracts hearing. The club also tossed a nod to musicians Boss James Caesar Penilo a Ojust for the hell of it representative democracy to the world As Well As our program of military defense will be greatly hampered if the situation ?� Back again new York Ufir mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt is Home after attending sessions of the United nations commission on human rights at Geneva. Switzerland. She arrived by plane

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