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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 09, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin
Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 17, no. 40.racine, wis., sunday february 9, 1947. 8 Page judge dismisses Portal pay suit americans vote electric Light Best invention by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion Princeton. N. Jon the to the am., vet Ary of Thomas a. Be on birth to be celebrated feb. La the american people vote the invention of the electric Light and the harnessing of electric Power generally the greatest ins Ever made. Scientists will be sur act hear that the average in rates inventions Asso Aith electricity far above Venison As the air plane Tel. The steam engine and cling pres All of which oozed human society. Autin nest. Sen cd most important c discovery in the opinion Olic. Is the developing of to get at atomic Energy. Rated third in importance. Are also Many things i me people wish had never v t riled or discovered such the at in bomb Gunpowder rvs. Clocks chewing gum. Dentin los Slot machines and Tele to p alien tip g. 4 a f method radio ii there which s been in surgeon gives boy new face David Rug i above claimed that his ugly face caused classmates to Call him a omon key face Quot and that this led to him writing an extortion letter to his employer in Chicago. David was placed on probation by the court and he received Many offers of help. David is shown at right after an operation by or. Ferris n. Smith at grand rapids mich., had Given him a a new face. Nea telephoto. Story on Page 2. Phone is t tide ers Aik it to f ant kit in on even conduct cd by the i Natl i St of Vot a tasks of life who were Quot meal do you think is use Irraine invention that has is or been made it the questioning brought out the fact that the term invention is one which the average amen Force Reich to pay White Russia insists can Inch Esie log London cur a White Russia demanded of the foreign ministers to deputies that Germany be forced to pay her War reparations in kind of $1,500,000,000 in return. Of crib Many things i f $ i War damage d cover is and proc Fay White re sea ase process o up it demand was placed before a Ort. The deputies by k. V. Kiselev a i nations named White rusj5an foreign minister. Blae is shown below infamy Russia had agreed the frequency of men to a proposal Thal the austrian on of each item. Electric Light Power electrical appliances 29% atom bomb. 17 radio 12 the w Heel. A air plane. A automobile. 4 Telephone. 4 steam engine. 2 radar 2 printing pre. 2 hashing machine. I telex Aion. I others. 9 no opinion 5 it was found that people of All Ducat. N Levels rated the in veins in apr treaty contain a clause providing for the withdrawal of occupation forces within 90 Days after the austrian treaty is signed. The soviets failed in a bid for big four agreement to a proposal Union Leader assails Ball in Washington. A up a Lee in mately the same Pressman. Co. General counsel Jit for people who have declared that senator Ball rep., touche training. They Minn is seeking by legislation to t the wheel As second reduce labor groups to a body of n e to electrical invent i a weak Little Trade unions who t not must always take the employers to a a i a no for an ?� each person who named an before a conference of the a i tit n was asked. A Odo you to tonal lawyers Guild on labor a o know who invented it a i relations. Pressman asserted that in c in it t lion with the air plane each of ballots strike control Meas be or it Brothers. Leonardo a j ures was a a hidden fiendish aim y r. And Lindbergh were the not revealed to the Public i met no t often mentioned. The the minnesotans to pro it Osal to of the Telephone were abolish Industry wide bargaining i a St Alexander Graham Bell Pressman said a goes much farther it r Ai it it n a in cd h e and than that it actually makes illegal s. In a f. Ii. More who invented any kind of a National ?� the v re Telegraph. A proposal to make unions the names of of Kinison and i responsible for All actions of their Benjamin Franklin were Given j officers and agents and liable for j posed by chairman Knutson rep most i ballot recount gives Al Lissaw slim majority Milwaukee up a local 248 u.a.w.-c.i.o., on strike at the main Plant of the Allis Chalmers manufacturing co., gained to votes in a recount saturday of ballots cast in a bargaining election held Jan. 26 by the Wisconsin employment relations Board while the insurgent Independent workers of Allis Chalmers lost five. 8.259 votes valid. Board Secretary j. E. Fitzgibbon said that the recount showed 4,132 votes for local 248 4.010 for the Independent Union and 117 for neither Union. Although the recount results gave local 248 a majority of the 8.259 valid ballots cast Ftizgibbon said any certification of a bargaining Agency would have to follow disposal by the Board of 50 challenged Bel lots. Immediately following the election the results had been announced As 4.122 for local 248 4.015 for the Independent and 116 for neither. In announcing the results of saturday s recounts. Fitzgibbon a Aid a total of 8.324 ballots had i on cast in the january election. Of these he said. 50 were challenged 12 were voided and three were Blank leaving a total of 8,259 valid ballots. New order coming. Following the recount which was observed and certified by. Representatives of the company. Applying to Quot War criminals in union5 and the Board. Board Quot via. A so i clan Quot Pance of a president l. E. Gooding said the Board would Issue an amender order to the one issued by the group following the original count the Board earlier had held that employees in the bargaining unit a chose no organization to represent them for the purpose of collective ?� issues in the strike which was called by local 248 last april 29, include a Union demand for a Union shop control of grievance procedure and a minimum of 25 cents an hour wage increase. Dahlia killer in custody fort Dix n. ?" up a capt. William Florence head of the army to criminal investigation department Here announced saturday that he was certain corp. Joseph Dumanis had murdered Elizabeth Short the Black Dahlia in i a its Angeles. Capt. Florence said Dumais had signed a lengthy statement in connection with the mutilation Mur Der of the attractive Brunette and had admitted under questioning that he had committed the crime. Moscow makes a comeback Moscow where the big four s foreign ministers will meet in March to draft the German peace treaty seems to be making some Progress toward a return to pre War conditions. These photos from soviet sources show peacetime highlights there. For the forcible repatriation of displaced persons from Austria. Feodor Gusev of Russia tried to get an agreement on a Stem clause proposal to pull out the occupation forces three months after the austrian treaty is signed. The British French and american deputies proposed the soviet bargaining stand and Gusev finally agreed to the withdrawal clause. It is a duplicate of the withdrawal clauses in the Axis satellite peace treaties. Gusev insisted that the Council of foreign ministers had agreed to follow the provisions of the satellite treaties in the austrian settlement wherever applicable. charged that the other three Powers failed to do so in refusing to endorse wholesale forced repatriation. The russians had refused to differentiate Between War criminals and displaced persons. They insisted that Austria to 500.000 displaced persons constitute a fascist menace. Guseva to proposal would have forced the repatriation of thousands of political refugees from nations of the soviet sphere in Eastern Europe. Amp Taft favors july tax Cut Fafe of Britain hinges on Coal London up a a Octal riots broke out in England coincident with official warning of threatening disaster in a furl crisis and a possibility that the i i Bor government might fall. Garth buried in Shanghai Madison. ?"tu.��?"Wisconsin methodist Bishop Schuyler e. Garth and his wife were buried in the International cemetery in i Truman pro it a a Shanghai feb. 4. It was revealed u a Onfer by Wisconsin Headquarters of the methodist Church. Information that the Garth had been buried at Shanghai m a service attended by american chinese and British methodists of huge hotel Moscow is a Blaze of lights at night. Far beyond Means of average russian palatial hostelry will probably House Many notables of big four foreign ministers to entourage. Center in russian version of swing band drummer is evidently a top ?� this Moscow night club outfit is Complete even to crooner in foreground. Left autos Are a scarce luxury for the Ordinary Comrade i Van but russians who do own them have to rope with traffic cops even As you anti you. This one flagged Down Motorist to examine his papers. Truman asks safety review walk to benches trifling Issue opinion holds Detroit if judge Frank a Picaro saturday Clemens Potter. Co p to Porta i pay Case the court further Heil if Small amounts of time Are to be considered pen Sable. That Industry $ not be held liable for ment before last Jun when the supreme Cour outlined the to rial to theory. In his 29-Page opinion it Picard concluded a Olet u be understood As h that All Portal top it Stu. I should be dismissed. May be. And perhaps Are. Instances where walking preliminary a Iva a Lime i sued is of such an aah i to Call for compese to r. Or. I workers Are not now receive i this la not ?� goes Bac k a year. Judge Picard wont a j to the original ruin a i master in chancery to a u the pottery Etna i it c in t i titled to any overtime p a i in vhf the court held that at be pottery workers might a. I crude time in walking it a jobs. held that Tho Tim i trifling. added a owe go one step further a hold that should we be in or determining what the us court meant should t be that the supreme court in the walking time to be it in i both ways morning. Not a n i bight and that this Pyramid i my time being a pc 12 in was not or minim., we ire Lieve that in All i i defendant such a holding � be of a nature not mend a this the f or t Star Art or Congress and that it amount loom unfair Aud i prided penalty again t that or i ant unless we took a lie or and applied the doctrine of activity a d Allee it a or Iet on wage Art. A oin this particular Ca Washington a senator the Slater Nunt from Florence. Taft rep. Ohio said he favors Dumais a 29y�? military making tax cuts effective july i policeman from Claremont. N. H., instead of retroactive to Jan. I. \ had identified Marks on the slain t. Girls to body which were co Rob the retroactive feature is pro Ora cd by and Els police. Earlier Story on Page 4. London our a the government warned saturday that Brit Post Public relations officer j Ain faces a Complete disaster to if j if. La. Bere pm an. Methodist Cornelius t. Morris who released the Public fails to co operate in Church treasurer in Shanghai. Cutting electricity use. A govern Bishop Ralph Cushman acting j has been dont ?" the president i another Highway conference brr next june to appraise Progress from last May to meeting. The president said in a statement that by june most of the 44 state Legislatures meeting this year to elec i.-1 a Quentlyn in connection damage suits in Federal courts is Minn of the House ways and to As for the inventor unnecessary Pressman said be Means committee which will beet-1. Those who attempted cause All but one or two of the it Kines Farad amen one a Good tis fir hearings f be. 19. At All said mostly a Osome j Industrial states already provide 1 Taft told a reporter that by de i for breach of control suits in state toying the tax Cut until the Start f Ord got More credit. Courts. Lose else for the Auto i the real intent the cd o. Law a i in the invention of yer asserted is to open the Way to Marconi for employers to place a spies and a radio corporation of j agents provocateurs to to in Trade lid Many others. I unions who could instigate strikes Man interviewed said thereupon the employer could la greatest inventor and wreck the Union Treasury by suing it Venison was ?� i for heavy damages. Of the fiscal year july i Congress could avoid increasing the prospective deficit for the current year. Byrd expedition in Antarctic is school of Polar experience i Iii to is note the significant of the top and the Bottom of the a world to Amer Ica defense in the atomic age a Long been emphasized by senior military leaders. In the following article. One of the nation to Foremost Polar ail Bori ties at present the operational commander of the i. S. Naval Antarctic expedition. Analyses the vital lessons Learned at the Bottom of the world in the most Remote of All american bases abroad As i. S activities there near their close # by rim Admiral Richard of. It Al zen. Urn. A told to i be Van Atta. Representing the combined american press wit Byrd expedition in Itic a of a i it is a school of Polar experience and classes Are held under the most difficult the most demanding i and the most unpredictable con i editions in the world. Their lessons have been Learned Well their effect on future Amer a Iran operations in either the North or South pole or both cannot be Over exaggerated or under pm i pleasured. In the Battle of military men Over elements the hard school of knowledge pays the greatest div a i ends in the Long run. It is too Early to evaluate the full scope of All we have Learned. A operations themselves As a matter of fact Are not at an end for air 1 activities still must be launched from Little America. But disregarding both scientific and geographical aspects of what has been achieved so far we have ant in impressive collection of vital four thous facts which had to be Learned and of s. Of whom a Large which have been amassed. La ultimately lie As j of a first and Foremost we bartender faces jury hearing for manslaughter Waukegan ?" up a Herman Manske 59-Ycar-old bartender will appear before a grand jury next tuesday at a preliminary hearing on a charge of manslaughter in the death of mrs. Emma Jeska 51, with whom he lived in a farmhouse near Here. A Coroner to jury recommended that he be held to the grand jury and the Date of the tentative hearing was set by judge Ralph Dady of the Lake county circuit court. Manske who works in Benton township told authorities that he found the body of mrs. Jeska or. The floor of the farmhouse Tost saturday night. Police said that under questioning he admitted sinking her on the head with a Board three Days previously. Held without Bond. Manske was confined to the Lake county jail. Edison s desk yields research on rubber West Orange. N. J Richard opens door himself keepers disclose will have completed their work. Was Quot contained to a no Lam by . Woul l Aach Tate an Opportunity to report what toward enacting Driver licensing safety matters. Or. Truman said he i written their new Orleans Cpin Richard has opened the door and let himself in. to been doing it for years Tong before the nation a ran i become effective a Midnight ment member warned that the Bishop of the Wisconsin methodist uniform Laws on labor Cabinet would fall unless it area has urged Parish churches and other quickly Coj cd with the Coal crisis j throughout the state to hold fuel minister Emmanuel Shin memorial services for the Garth Well told a press conference that. Today. Services have been ached Al governors requesting Public failure to co operate in the it used in All Madison methodist continued co operation. T ordered reduction of electrical a churches and the first methodist pro i Lent Truman expressing usage would mean a Complete Dis Church in Milwaukee. A Paramount concern Over the Aster within to Days. The Garth were killed in an 1 at the same time sir Hartley i air plane crash in China Jan. 23. Health of american citizens appealed for co operation in a fight j my the present Day National peril labor government would All un-1 High winds cloy j j1. Fuel �? �1v d it Quot a a of balloon ascension problem Arian out of the Uthe cuts in electrical usage of ?" uf5�?"weather i creased temp., of am bean he. Feet More than halt of Britain and j forecasts indicating that terrific most of her major industries. They j a Nijs might tear the balloon Shawcross attorney general said in a Lancashire speech that the 1 company re hour act As i and interpreted by the Aci nuni d the courts. A represent � that depart nerd Checke method of c imputing t i overtime at this Plant in placed its Sta Tai there on. If the o j i letters Regul a Lions and of our court s were Folio would Warr int and Fin usury. In eluding Thi s it defendant. In ant com ruling less t i Nunu Tea a Day Walker in time and pre ii nun Ary activities a othe Doc to t be that a i k � i f i of sync and prel Imir Lary a Tivin is under some Circum. Stances Are i trompe a Able is not re a but a clo use Ana. V Sis of rates t the question indicate the a t they be not apply to the Genera. Manufacture except whee r the e he ploy admit cd by had to report at a certain hoi in where the i walking and prelims was a con Aldei Rable or a Ltd or u has anyone attempt re to bring a talking and prelim is Ary activities i Tif % a a such a narrow a Picayune so l. Meager sphere. F a the More w believe that the sup Fen in court shout a open the door Richard. Richard the largest Kodiak Bear in Captivity is removed from his Audubon Park zoo Cage and placed in a smaller compartment when attendants put food in his Cage. Then they yell a open the door. ?� placing a Gargantuan Paw against the 200-Pound sliding door Richard opens it with much More ease than could the attendants. Once through the door he dines on three pounds of fish to loaves of bread two pounds of potatoes and several Bunches of carrots. Dis Lilienthal sought atomic Post charge ?" pm a a charged tva lawyer opposing confirmation of David e. Alien Thal As chairman of the atomic Energy commission declared that Lilienthal a campaigned very actively for the atomic Post for nearly a year prior to his appointment. The lawyer. L. B. Bolt. Or. Told the Senate atomic Energy com might tear a a. � forced Don Piccard son of famed reports from. The North Shinwell said a Oare very bad indeed j stratosphere Jean Piccard to with both the production of Coal j postpone for one week a test and its transportation being of a ascension he was to m Ike today ?� the ascension was scheduled to Shinwell. Who is under Sharp test several theories of the Pic attack for the crisis deified that j cards. would quit the government. j the forecasts indicated that the v Cher Airport said he would never a contemplate bag would be jeopardized if at i made two Fligl tempts were made to Flat the High winds. And said it is alarming to contemplate that 406,000 americans will die of heart disease this year. Manna from skies ?"bp a the Earl Weber family snowbound for two weeks had a restocked Larder thanks to a flying relative. Harvey skirting a duty and said that the situation could not be overcome a Oby oratory and ?� Shinwell said that a number of Coal pits Are unable to Woik because of the cold weather that canals where Coal is normally transported by Barge Are Frozen and that the whole rail system has been disrupted by the unprecedented snows and cold. Orator hot has to his brother s it in j farm to drop groceries newspapers a and other supplies. Fund started to help couple who abandoned infant son Racine Man elected to contractors Board Janesville. Wish a a Milwaukee business Man whose name was not disclosed has contributed $100 to Aid in the re up Mitten that Lilienthal. Then chairman of the tva Board Cam Small Roll of rum like substance. I Frajt Ned in a a tva plane on tva believed to be a Sample of Golden time. At tva ?� have Rod rubber was found in Thomas i with Lilienthal seated a few feet a Fie defense of this proven that water borne supplies a. Idison s desk when it was away. Bolt told the committee that Ltd v years to come in Polar regions and under the opened saturday for the first time a of vicious personal political a Quot ing to a unique most stringent Polar conditions since the great inventor s death clique ran tva with Lilienthal turn to Page 2, column 6. In 1931. I the no. I Man. The donation a municipal judge Ernest p. Agnew As he Setfa teb. 17 As the Dull habilitation of a Rockford iii., Madison. ?"up a the wis i couple awaiting sentence on charge Consin chapter of associated genes of abandoning their Newborn Keean who sent Tho Etal contractors of America has j son on the Doorstep of a Janes appointed a committee to meet Home in sub Zero weather with representatives of building trades unions in an Effort to agree on a uniform contract covering working conditions on construction sentencing or. And mrs. John jobs in the state. The chapter Wolfram who pleaded guilty to chief of police a per Webb elected Edmund g. Hoeppner of j abandonment charges. The Wolf said that an Aurora. Iu., resident. Eau Claire president l. E. Cun rams who Are in jail pending sen not Ogham Beloit vice president fencing have retained an attorney Green Secretary treasurer and to represent them. Their baby is j baby until they ung couple rout i manager Russell Nelson Madi i in Good health at mercy Hospital j Stabli h a Home for the child. Son. And George Nelson. Racine i at the arraignment the Wolf Webb did not disclose the name directors. Rams told judge Agnew that they of the Aurora person. Abandoned the child in desperation because of their limited income and crowded living quarters. They said they wanted the child born Jan. 2b, to have a Good Home and proper education. Judge Agnew said the Milf a Heek for $100 Ville expressed the Hope that other per i sons would follow his example revealed by the contributor suggested that veterans organizations help in As for much As Wolfram is an sex service Man. Ever intended ?� judge retard ruled on Clemens pottery co Ca v direction of the us teens which had Unhjem his decision awarding $2,400 289 employee St of the pot puny from Eta a fit d but the huh Ben h or i to determine whet the and make ready time in ?� after the ruling it a in of Toledo ohm attorney pottery workers a Amine he would Appeal e cd company had filed the fun and the supreme cd Art in june. Picard. 57-ye.ir-s id Jar his decision i. Try and he appear it Wen v a than a week of Hardin end deliberations. Termed a unusual Ca a owe conclude t # a a Cousin of Wolfram had telephoned him. Offering to take the inserting an i Picard said. This an anus a oin this it not con Aden singly belies to Man is entity often been from the equally con a is abhor int would be Terr cd Tati court tart in thu c Widen the Gulf by and labor a he said. 0 i
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