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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 28, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 18, no. 34.racine, wis., sunday december 28, 1947. 8 rages vote Cost top news by George Gallup director. American inuit it of Public opinion. Princeton. N. J a the High cont of living american relations Vuth r Ussia and the Taft Hartley labor relations Law were the three most interesting new stories of 194? in the opinion of american voters. The Cost of living led the voting by a big margin. After the top three come the Marshall plan for Aid to Europe. Palestine partition and the investigation of communism in Hollywood by the House committee in in americanism folios running news. A noticeable feature of the list is the prominence Given to a continuing stones rather than spot news events. Admittedly we have not heard the last of either of the first five a nation wide Survey was made by the Institute of representative voters who were handed a list of 24 important news stories of the year and asked a which of the following news events interested you the most1 following Are the fifteen most frequently mentioned in order of votes received High cast of living russian american conflict Marshall plan i aft Hartley labor i jaw Aud nitration Palestine partition plan investigation of Hollywood monism John l Lewis gift leu Hies with government prices Al Ira bet is wedding v Bool teachers strikes Texas c i. Texas disaster hag bes Meyers investigation Truman food sating program Telephone strike Long skirts Battle of Georgia governors agree with press the leading events a letter by Hie Public closely parallels thus or Tharri by the nation newspaper editors fuelled by both the Ava Nate Prest and the United press in All three lift the firs three Are the same. Of the id events aimed by a editors two cd not. Appear can the Institute list India Freedom and the Florida Hurricane up editors in their list of ten mentioned the series of air plane disasters. In Das Freedom and the world series. None of whle to made the Grade with the Public in polling the Public on the most interesting sport event of the year the Institute discovered that approximately us out of ten american follow aporia news. These respondents were handed another list with 20 headline athletic events of the past year and asked to name the one which most interested them. In order of voter preference Here Are the first i of a Ojersey Jar Walcott stand against Joe lash world or Rte Illinois one sided victors Over . In Rose bowl Jackie Robinson first major lessor negro baseball Plater new York giants4 new borne ran record for a season Leo harm her s suspension from baseball. The pm pc v Grottano scandal and ids championship Victory c Colombia defeat of army eleven babe did rib son f mrs Latta Ria a becomes first american to win British women Golf title Jal Pilot wino Kentucky Derby in . Crawls out of Snow drifts cites errors in base Deal Panama. Panama. A by a r i Ordo Alfaro recently argued a foreign minister of Panama has accused the state department i of the United states of committing f new York ?"with the worst snowstorm in new York to history at an end City officials announced that a othe City is in pretty Good shape and there is no cause for ?� thousands upon thousands of City workers and transports-1 Tion employees dug with machines and shovels at the drifts left by 25.8 inches of Snow which fell Friday and saturday. 1 but police commissioner Arthur w. A Lander said Chiang clamps Down on news negotiating for the defame base agreement. The agreement a rejected last monday by the panamanian National Assembly. Alfaro expressing i views in an interview said the state department made the following a errors puppies train a. Blind children by Arthur re Kerby new York a Nea a the children s laughter rang out in the afternoon sunlight Peter Bartlett five laughed merrily As he need across the wide Lawn with a five month old i Collie Puppy nipping playfully at i heels twin titter Barbara and Mary Joe Crane also five echoed hts merriment As they stroked the Silky ears of two Black Corker spaniels but Only the dogs could see the playful picture their playmate were the children of darkness whose Romp with the puppies a part of the near educational plan of a buddies incorporated to get Blind children off to a self reliant a tart. Mere than guides. Quot buddies a formed by the new York Institute of the Blind with the eventual Hope of providing every sightless boy and girl in the u. with a canine companion with which to grow up. It does not parallel the it seeing eve plan. Say the Institute print pal or Merle e it emptor because the puppies Are More than guide dogs the kennels of the Institute were built by the Blind boy and girls themselves with the Aid of some seeing friends. The children feed their pet Groom them and ate being taught How to train them when the children graduate from the school their chg go Home with them seeing the children playing w the the dogs is in itself enough to justify the Experiment a but there Are Many other factors. Say or. Frampton grew up together. A Blind people cannot have companions As other people do and drugs can fulfil flus need of Utlang a Puppy in the hands of a Blind the Leader b a a a a airfare above of sign Lesa Childre a teeing their new companions with their bands was recorded by Nia Blaff i be respondent Arthur Bieber to a camera Al the new task i mutate of the Blind la h la parked the whole store of a Obod dle incorporated a new plow to give children of dark nest raw we companions to Lead them Iola a self reliant life and give them the Confidence that mind. Five year old Peter Barnett exhibits below. I i-1 failure to express categorical want to win a shy Bachelor Here Are tips gentle lass is Hal Buu new York p the 94 Breed of Bachelor is Gong to be a difficult target for leap year lassies i be talked with a number of single men who say they Are open to reasonable marriage proposals but Siree 1941 is the veer for the ladies to pop the quest Mott they want it done right. A most girls Are completely ignorant on How to propane properly one Young Man said a Othey Are generally too bold or Carefree about the whole matter a Othey forget marriage is a very serious thing and no fellow in hts right mind is going to say yes it to a Flibbert girl who giggles when a he asks his hand the it Ballerine lad said he thought it would be a Nice add Ita position on expiration of a 1942 defense base agreement h a insistence on introducing a a claim phrases and word w huh fended to assert Powers and privileges of the United states and diminish Panama Tov i Ere Tonty to 3 a tender v to make the agree a ment on the bases intended for defense of the Panama canal a in permanent instrument Alfaro who quit the cab net in protest Aga not the signing of the agreement declared however that i s troop withdraw Al from panamanian bases was a conclusion w hich was a honorable for Panama and honorable for the United so Tete the i 5 withdrawal is now under Way a Faro said that of the to. had derided to maintain troops on the bases despite retort on of the i agreement Panama would have it armed tin illegal and the world would have seen that the action was nothing but an and of Force he described the rejection of the agreement As a reaffirmation of Panama s National and asserted it was a not the work of foreign nations nor communism nor hatred against the United slates nor failure to live up to contractual obligations nor Lack of a terse of self conservation to Alfaro said the Assembly decision a demands Mutual respect Friendship and Confidence which must prevail in relations Between the two most closely linked phones in the world predict record Auto output Detroit a air a the automotive Industry approached 1948 with the Hope of building upwards of car and trucks m the next 12 months a 15 per cent increase Over 194? output and a record High. However the ratio Between passenger cars and trucks May Widen from just under a s to i to something like 4 to i due to a slow but j steady drop in the commercial vehicle backlog. Although demand still was targe at year end. Truck dealers noted a softening and predicted a buyers to Market by in. D-1948 the buyers Market will be slower to develop in passenger cars however the most notable achievement of the Industry during 194? was the production of some too vehicles in i. and Canadian plants desp to constant steel shortages in the last half of the year. Wary an estimate. Auto makers refused to get on record beyond expressing Hopes about production estimates for 1948 because of the possible effects after m emergency two hour meeting of the City to disaster control Board that the Metropolis a will be Well on its Way Back to Normal Quot by Nightfall. The first plane has left Lac car to la Field after air travel had been halted for More than 24 hours. Moat subway lines were operating even to the far reaches of the Bronx and Brooklyn. Commuters to trains of the new York Central. New Haven. Long Island Railroad and other tines serving the City were running again a although Many were on delayed schedules food arriving some bus lines were beginning to resume operations although hundreds of buses still were bogged Down along Snow clogged streets and roads the Westchester county and Long Island parkways were blocked. The famous Merritt Parkway to Connecticut was closed but through Tram service was mostly Hack on schedule and the new York Central proudly announced that its crack twentieth Century limited came in on time from Chicago. And Mailander announced that food fuel and medicines were coming into the City. With Railroad and truck companies indicating with Marshall plan the threat1 Ltd lev by a View would Nank inc in Ralish to Chiang Kai Shek issued in personal order Banning disclosure of military new by government officials As reports from the North indicated the National position in Manchuria was steadily worsening. Chiang s order informants said forbade the disclosure of any military information to the press or Public. It was reported that nigh authorities several times had disclosed highly secret military personnel transfers and other War set kijf1 a Chiang ordered sever punishment for violators. Even pro government source acknowledged that the communists were gaming ground in the West Liaoning area where fighting has been heaviest. The official Central news Agency said the government had regained control of key Points within a 55 mile arc around Mukden but from other sources the associated press Learned that red demolition squads operating within the defense area had blown up a Railroad Bridge Only seven Miles North of the City and had tossed grenade into government installations just outside the City limits. The food problem in my Jude Cut off from the South by com a nudist blockades of the piping Mukden railway was reported As becoming increasingly acute. Child show every sign of being a fashioned tip Urh if i girl Knelt 33 workers Hurt As bus Rolls Over Carlinville. Ii a by a a by carrying chiefly Carlinville resident employed at Alton. Ill. Overturned on a Fleer Grade in a country Road six mile South of Here saturday injuring All of Tho a aboard attendant at malt Ounn Hospital Here mid 33 person were Hurt but Only one a at in Jerimi condition lie Era i Ami Wilhite. Boulder. Co to who buffeted a brain concussion. Most of the injured were Carlinville be Der. To returning from their Job at the Western cart another crisis a a Gnu. Ii i rarer nirm in get around naturally and burst my braces Iff i it is Harc a ivae. 7 great snore child and dog can grow up together and share Hap Pine together a romping together with the animal tend to nirm get the mobility of the Blind. It teaches them horn4 to keeping up with the dog give them Confidence in themselves to outside in the Winter Tun Peter Barnett and i Collie were still running races with each other. The shout of boy and girl i mingled with the bark of the i Corker Spaniel and Dachshund Bce the Side seemed to be going Strong on or. Crompton Blea of j Confidence. A she a ked him to plight her his troth. London a a now it s the to of bursting Brace in a year historian Arthur Bryant bought four pair of braces Suspender i made under a government edict limiting the elastic to three inches at the Bak a matter each Bryant wrote the times Quot the braces have broken irretrievably within three month the times editorialized a othe four Freedom Are a hollow mockery if our Brace Are going to be bursting All the time. No Churchill ailing Marrakech. French Morocco a in he Winston Churchill suffer ing from a bad cold a kept in Ridge t in at Alton although set bed by doctor to order member Erat suffered fracture All but two of Chur Hilf s party said tile for nation can be expected to hold up were released from the Hospital Mer British prime minister. 73. J it head if if is also required to Jot n to ago. Car Lim tile the but apparently caught cold on a motor hold up id trousers Driver said the wheel apparently trip to the Mountain where he locked sending the by into a skid sat beside his automobile for eve t and Foft timing in ural hour painting the landscape Low improves Cha to increase mortgages Washington a � p Truman saturday signed a measure increasing by $750,000,000 the Federal housing administration s authority to insure new Home i a Olf they Rome to me til just Tell them to get my father s permission first. A a d another Bachelor. The Ronse Tisu was that they expected to be extremely careful about the whole thing and would t be rushed off their feet by any headlong courtship. Here Are a few ups however. Thai ought to enable any enterprising Girt to land her Man first of Alt. Don t try to Dante him in a marriage by throwing your Money away on him in a a mad four of pleasure pot Mere Gold will not buy an honed boy s love you must remember that Bah skin Are delicate and brooding and they want to be sure you Are dependable girl and sensitive to a heir moods. When you rail of your Bachelor for your first Date. Try to win i Confidence bring along a Good. Book or a Box of cigars a Little present like the a let him know it of want to please him. Get him Kame Early. Intimate gifts Uke underwear or a having lot Ion should be avoided until you know each other better and the family a Rome to understand your intentions toward him Are truly serum where to take him Well. Many Young men Don t like to huddle in dark a Moky night clubs of questionable repute it is better to begin by faking him to a movie or treating him to an evening of Good clean fun in the neighbourhood billiard parlor let him brat you a couple of game just for fun. Hell love you for if. Be sure to get him Home Early. It when you drop him at his door done to try to kiss him it w ill Only alarm him and make him think _ _ you do that with All the other boy too a slight pressure on h Dau in i i j warm Little hand As you part will in Lillico a How your Friendly interest. Ii a q la. Naturally a you get to know ill nil Etc a adults him better he w ill become More. Of materials allocations and labor stoppages the year 194? a marked by cd recurring steel shortages 2> soaring prices for new and used rare and 3 end of factionalism within Auto labor record employment and payroll and labor # decision to abide by the Taft Hartley Law. Arum 4 the Rise of Kaiser Frazer corp. Automotive newcomer to fourth to it Ion in the Industry. Anticipating steadily rising steel deliveries the Auto Industry Pul de out the Stop during the fir to five months of 194? and1 production climbed rapidly. But when schedule turned but to be too High and shortages began to Cut into production last May. Both management and labor bitterly criticized the steel Industry for failing to step up new Sheet steel output. Pana hit by Trike. Anither Factor in the Auto output drop was stoppage in parts be Back to Normal by monday the police commissioner described the a and electric situation a a fairly Good. He said the a a acuity a ambulance service had been o n66 Ludvis army refuses Illinois honors gov. Altgeld Chicago a a the memory of an immigrant Boe who later became the first democratic governor of Illinois was honoured supplier plants after labor con but most did not attempt to make 1 Home Quot in Claremont. Cavil hard hit with a number of ambulance nut of service but the u s Navy loaned ambulance to the City to meet id needs. More than 4.000 motorised Sno plow and other Snow Clearing device were being operated bus it me to too regular and special employee of the sanitation department. And the principal North South avenues of Manhattan Island were open. Many Cross streets were blocked however by drifts and by abandoned cars trucks and buses most of which were literally mounded Over by Snow. Wallander warned motorists against seeking to use their cars and said that those abandoned by their Drivers would be removed by police and City workers. Turn s jammed. Food stores generally were open. A the to a Washington a in army refused saturday prove Glenn Daviay to request that he be allowed to resign from the service to play professional football. Secretary of the army Royal made Public a reply to the former West Point football Star a turndown answer which had the approval also of the army s personnel Board and Gen. Dwight it Eisenhower chief of staff. Davis was told that the army could not at this time. Accept the resignation of any officer except for extreme hardship or other humanitarian reasons. Davix w to was graduated from the military Academy last j to and commissioned a second lieutenant. New is on Ieuv at i saturday in a Public ceremony Atter cled by officials of the government and the judiciary. The tribute was for John Peter Altgeld. On the 100th anniversary of his birth judge Robert j Dunne of circuit court who called Altgeld. A of forgotten hero a Altgeld was probably the most maligned misrepresented and vilified Man Ever to occupy the governor s chair. Dunn added tracts were negotiated by general motor corp. Chrysler corp and the Ford motor co. prices played one of the biggest roles of the year repeatedly getting the Industry into hot water with the Public berth on new and used cars. Federal and Home deliveries milkmen out on their rounds but hours behind schedule went a. -.-.�?" my almost blast in Wautoma everywhere and could not reach Ai # did a some customers in streets which Vii ears Vivus Kcf Toni had not been slowed out. Wautoma. exp a a sn5�s,?5 a Pio on we cow us re Couo Quot veterans organizations was presented to or Faye f retake. Evanston who is a Mere of the former governor s wife Altgeld. A Volunteer in tile civil War. Was w funded in action during i service As a Soldier. A w Reath was placed on the Altgeld statue by Paul Conn of the Temple Beth Al while a drum and Bugle corp played taps. Local investigations were launched a it a pfc per. But at Jersey atty. Samuel h by tithe said City. If j., dairies were ordered to he believed was caused by Dyna Stop sales of milk temporarily to mite. Wrecked the Speed Queen insure adequate supplies for to washing machine Plant Here sat petals urday. Stations and hotels jammed Bluthe said the blast blew the throughout the night with strand converted double quonset hut faced thousands were Clearing and tory off it foundation and Demol it it it Many persons had stayed at shed a a substantial portion of tra re Rose the Plant Wall at a place he their num believed dynamite was set. the to Cornej Jaid the _ Interior of the Plant was not Hubby sues Arline severely damaged and that no Bridgeport. ?" other buildings were affected a into dealer profit tax evasions and unethical practices. Outside of High prices the biggest Point of criticism was the distribution of new cars to buyers and the Sale of 1948 and 194? cars. With Little or no mileage or them. A ofor pardoning the anarchist in the Haymarket not and for pro at used car lots testing the presence of Federal troop in Illinois during the fam a a of Railroad strike. Or lev amp a posthumous honorary Mem if ii j i Esber a p in the disabled a Mer Nan rff6ci by v70s Wey Mouth. ?" up the ii actress Arline judge Satur the Plant is located in a Parsely bodies of a family of five Mother. A sued for divorce by her settled Section of the town. He father and their three daughters i the husband. Henry j a Boob Quot said police were searching the were found in a Home Here Topping or. Of Greenwich on wreckage for clues and Finger saturday the victims of ilium charges of intolerable cruelty. Print. Girls react quicker to stress than boys Institute reveals Chicago a studies with response that girls exhibit a High German War Bride hates u. S., i charges in divorce plea c Leveland Uwi an Amer clothing and hid them in the at i an army Veteran sought a divorce from i German War Bride on charge that the denounced the United state and used his Money to Hoard food and clothing to Send to her relatives Back Home. . Joseph Mate. 40. In tic. A everything a mortgage. W rapped. Ongna $4.200 000 author re a a % a hoped to the old j was exhausted about country. He said. Thanksgiving. Home builders ask mate a Veteran of Gen George re an emergency appropriation of Patton third army drive into $1,000.000 000 to continue sur Germany met hut future wife Anre operation through March 31. A in a petition for divorce said Elizabeth Oil. At a German dance contending that the exhaustion of that his German Bride of last alter a Day continued to write authorized fund would dipole september a Orav de that Amel Ira her after he returned Home and the current Boom in dwelling a no Good that the people of sent her Money to Fly Here last construction Germany were a lot better off August. In the closing Day of the special Tinner Hitler and that America in her original divorce petition session. Congre Cut the amount had robbed Germany of every or. Mate charged that her by 25 per cent and directed that thing a Fie had to Mother in Law nagged her. Scat $500,000,000 of the authorization to help alleviate those Condo ered on the floor the gift she be made available Only upon a Tion in her own Little Way he had bought to Send her relative Proval of the president. Said the used i Motley to buy and mocked her until she a the measure i an amendment boxes of soap fats foods and forced to flee to a Friend s Horn to the National housing ack responsive and in time the consideration you have shown will stir him to show hts affection in i own Boyish Way. It d now Lime to talk to him about your prospects let him know to much Money you Are making and convince him you both ran live on it. If you own an electric Washer mention that. He will be interested in All the details. The big Geol the Best place to propose to him is on the sofa some night when his parents Are away. Look deep into hts eyes hold his hand j a and then just pour your heart Peter to Home As Ute two boys and wat Kesha. W,?"gjld�?" Peter Pellegrini. Jr., 15. Was fatally shot saturday by a companion when a .12 gauge Shotgun accidentally discharged while they they were going to shoot Rabbit. Coroner Alvin h. Johnson said William Hagenau. 13. Was Bolding the Shotgun when it went off. The charge struck Peter in the Chest he was dead on arrival at a Hospital Johnson said the shooting was accidental and the Hagenau boy was not being held. The shooting took place near rating a police listed the dead As Carl Voight. About 4b. His wife. And their daughters. Ethyl. I Lorraine. 20. And Civ a. 22. Voight warn Painter. The bodies of All four were found in their bed. That of Elva was discovered downstairs where she apparently had crawled in an attempt to summon help police said discovered by of Weymouth a Friend of Lor recover More quickly it was Dis More reactive to this stress than Raina had called at the cot chewed. Are boys but they also relax More take foe Home on Squanto Road the report came from or l. W. Readily and recover More quickly neighbors said the Voigh family Sontag in a paper read at the from the stress had been living in this South annual meeting of the american he theorized that sex differ Shore Community for about four association for the advancement fences in stress response patterns months firemen aided police in i science. He said that the inst May have some relation to such the investigation. Children at the fells search inst or blood Ute. Yellow Springs. Ohio. Have but that the tragedy was Hown that girls Are More reactive quickly. David Mcfarland to physical stress than boys but a girls a pressure than do the girls recover boys. More he said. A Oare not Only Cut to him in simple term Xvi two other companions started to him life is meaningless to you Waukesha Quarry on a Hunting without him. Trip. To Clinch of. Show him the two authorities said William was boat ticket for Bermuda you a carrying an a old rattle trap shot bought a or the honeymoon. Then gun which had been borrowed tor fold the big trembling goof in your the Hunting trip. Thy did t know arms utter be s yours forever what caused the gun to go out tute i conducting a tudy of the disorders As peptic ulcer and by growth and function of children. Pretension. A Oas part of this study. He said. A of second interesting speculate Are attempting to measure a Tion a he said. A a tis whether within number of physiological variables each of the exes the masculinity and their changes in response to or femininity of the physiological ?t response pattern tends to be Asso Cie explained he mean a physical elated with the masculinity or Fem stress. Such As immersing a hand minty of the or foot in cold water for a minute a oin other words do passive or Tilting an individual with his effeminate boys have a physio Bead Down at a 45 degree Angle for logical response pattern More be i fridge Field. Mich. A new a period of two and a half minutes nearly that characteristic of girl station Wagon Aniced in time for a although they Are physical and do aggressive Tomboyish. Mas Christmas from general motors stresses they produce physiology cutin girls have response pattern corp. And Lockheed aircraft corp Leal response patterns and changes More nearly approaching those of major Bong crashed to his death in such patterns. He said. The average boy. In August. 1945, while testing a he said the test show there is or. Sontag Saki in had not or Lockheed pm. A a sex difference Quot in physiological determined the answer. Bong s parents get new Cir for Christmas Poplar. Win a us a the Par ants of the Ute maj Richard Ira Bong have finally received the new car they were promised last August when they attended memorial services for their son it

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