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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 05, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 17, no. 35.racine, wis., sunday january 5, 1947. 8 rage criminal suit filed against dairymen Faith growing in in Worth Survey reveals a tora i Gallop in if it us a \ Mer Iran Institute of Public opinion. Princeton n. J a the United cations starts off the new year in hanged atmosphere of it a tie non in this country. First time in eight polling the Institute More people Are Satis he Progress of the . I satisfied. Jint. Last july. A sub Jonty of those express non on the subject Indian faction. Today the opinion is on the other i Hance recent. A p Lac e Only recent weeks for As late As overripe the toll found the entry till taking a dim View of be accomplishments of the . Of e t end of sentiment is to War in the following polls a Oare you satisfied or dissatisfied with the Progress that the United nations has made to Date Atis Elissat no number to pin biggest robber of perfect score Milwaukee of put a having trouble with that number to pin on your spares it May be mime Consolation to know that the to pin robbed More bowlers of perfect games last year than any other pin. The american Bowling Congress released figures showing that la bowlers receiving the Abc. Silver Reward for 299 scores lost that Etra Point to the to pin. Seven lost the Point to the seven pin. Five to the six pin. Three each to the five and four pins and two each to the three and eight Pirn. Incidentally the Standard averages of bowlers scoring perfect games went up a Point last year. The average of men who negotiated the 300 Mark last season was 182 pins Lier game. The previous average was 181. But if your average in t up to that Mark done to think you won to have a c Hance to set up the Beers. The a by. Said that pin howler with a 142 average managed to go All the Way for a 300 Sheet. They re House animal shelter at Kalamazoo. Fled isfried Nair mar. 1946 37 <7 37% 26 % july 26 49 25 vol. 27 43 3� today 39 33 28 if the vote in fined just Seex to in opinion with eliminated the a a vote of those with opinion. Sat Dis Nat fied tied a. In >46 507 50ft> july. 35 65 nov. 39 61 Tody 54 46 to f tinged attitude is in out Fly it reflection of the a r a during the final Man of the v n. Session last we Eft Many problem that and he my fire were settled and fat Al la he i i to delegates show 1 a k rent Ier a pint of agreement a Ltd a nation than had Lieen Cia f of a p j i i Ott it polls have also found i i f a own t attitude in this country a Wiki i i a from that which Rev Iii earlier. A reported Raday the e weight of sentiment la in at Russia Wii co oper in wit h u s in world affairs. I ast i a a Aith majority a led Felt turn i would not co of Erate. To a Al Quot a at extent the country to Sprai. Re How much Progress turn to Page column fit police solve morgue mystery Kansas City. ?"mn�?"one Angle of the brutal Hospital slaying of a handsome male nurse the mysterious Midnight unlocking of a morgue where his battered body Lay was solved with the discovery that it had been police created. City detective chief Stanley Beatty said the door to the morgue where the body of 28-year-old Lewis j. Spencer had been placed Landing investigation was found unlocked three times Friday night by Hospital attendants. Beatty and other officers were puzzled Over the night time a prowling. The Only keys to the room they knew about were earned by the night maintenance Man and the assistant night superintendent at the Hospital. Today Edward Hayes a detective working on the Case cleared up the mystery. He disclosed he had a key to the loom and entered it during the night in his investigation. A boy Fok Mickey Birmingham. ?" up a it to another let of for the Mickey Rooney. Timothy weighing seven ainu Dot and 11 ounces was born saturday in the same Hospital where Mickey jr., arrived 17 months ago. Ruling upholds employers right to speak against Union drive Bilbo deadlock May Block talk by president Washington. A up a with 36 elected but unworn senators looking on helpless a Bob tailed i Senate plunged deeper saturday into a nonstop session that threatened to Block president Truman to state of the Union message on monday. Spearheading a relentless attack against i turn my Theodore g. Bilbo a miss to office. Senator Taft <r., Ohio declared a othe state of Mississippi is not entitled to lie represented by a senator accused of ?� Barkley get notice. Taft served notice on the democratic Leader Barkley by that the republicans Are determined to keep the Senate continuously in session until they break what Taft called a filibuster. Senator Eastland d., miss with whom Bilbo is not on speaking terms replied to Taft to charge with the assertion that his colleague had been a selected without fraud and that his credentials Are i in ?� j Bilbo listened mutely but avid i by to the swirling debate that has j kept him and 35 other senators j from being sworn in since Congress convened Friday. Taft s Promise to keep the session going until there is a break in Bilbo ranks included notice to Barkley that there will be no setup i even to hear president Truman s message monday unless the opposition yields. Backers stand Pat. Southern democratic friends of Bilbo declared they will stick by their guns to prevent any vote now on the question of denying a seat to the mississippian while he is awaiting hearing on charges brought against him by Senate War contract investigators. These include accusations by a bipartisan majority of the Senate War investigating committee that Bilbo used his office for personal gain in dealings with War contractors and a charge by Republican members of the Campaign investigating committee that he Vio Llu they had a Given a Date a was lated Federal Laws in preventing not Long in Al tearing i pockets negroes from voting in missis bulging with hand grenades. The s Battle began at once when the noise quieted and the Minke blew away the frightened villagers emerged timidly into the Square to find Only the Youthful Luigi still alive. 16 High nazis named in crimes indictment Nurenburg. Germany a pm sixteen former officials of the nazi ministry of Justice Many of i them once connected with Adolf Hitler to ruthless a people court were indicted for War crimes and 2 die in Duel Over slaying Rome Jno a tale of a two year old feud Between two hot blooded neopolitan families that culminated in a formal Duel with pistols and hand grenades in the main Square of the Village of Scisciani a told in dispatches from Naples. When the Duel ended after 20 minutes two men were dead the third and fourth to die in the a cud and the ordinarily peaceful Village was terror stricken. Back in january. 1945, the Story went. A brother of one Amilear Dan Ica slew a son of one Salvatore Nucerino. In March another son of Nucerino exacted vengeance killing another brother of Danzica. The Law punished both crimes but passions were not allayed. After months of muttered threats Nucerino. A Man 56 years old and a third son Luigi. 20. Appeared in the Scisciani Square heavily armed with pistols. The 26-year-old Danzico to whom As the italian phrase has Hunting too a these i weeks old puppies have been living at the humane society to .midi., while they look for a new Home. Left to right sleepy. Dopey. Dor Grumpy Sneezy and Lapp. G of labor program suits exceed stiffer than expected three billion Sippi. Ambition same Bilbo assures tourist visitors ?" a it a a couple of tourists approached senator Bilbo . Iii his office seeking passes for the visitors to gallery. A owe would like to get into the Senate a they explained. A Oso would i a cracked Bilbo 8ainst humanity. They ?" Lerna i labor Belat a held that the Fisher Marshalltown. Iowa ii Ted the Wagner act when its 1 re president spoke in opposition to a Inin nation drive of the company s employees. The spec h Vas Mode by j. W. Fisher company vice president. To cays after the company had disc arged two Active Union member Leroy la. Schwechel and Howard Milburn. The Board foun 2 to i opinion to up the a i National association tis Board Hail its ind. Governor co., j James j. Reynolds new Board had not vie j member said the Case should be decided on the basis of a Ostop the evil but permit the ?� he said the anti Union speech by Fisher was separable from the discriminatory discharges and was constitutionally privileged. A when every Tenet which we cherish in this democracy is Given vigor and life by the Basic right to so a our minds without fear however in a and when a Well informed. Freo to the company it thinking it eople is the very Trade of Machin and went on sorting his mail. Russians accused of stripping Plant ?"�?" dispatches to the Berlin press said All production had ceased at the famed Zeiss Schott optical and Glass works at Jena in the soviet zone of Germany As a result of its Complete dismantling by the russians and removal to the u s s r. For reparations. Likely will fact an american military court next month. One of the highest ranking defendants is Franz Schle Gelberger. Secretary of state in the Justice ministry from 1933 to 1941, and acting minister until 1942, when the Post was taken by Otto Georg Thierback. Thierback committed suicide last october. Nash to resume operations monday me Eim a Asp a of tiered As to of Freedom against the Bouvia voting a i by discharged Maik of our society no forum for a Baz. Bolivia. Opi amid Kin violation of expression should be denied to comparative quiet voters of this i y orderer that any Man by this Board in the andean Republic will elect a con n be reinstated and absence of substantial and com or lost wages. Pelleg evidence that such forum a it Ard members wrote has been misused a for the distil free speech sem nation of threats pleas to i Pate they Dif a violence or utterances inseparable employers degree i from acts contrary to Public in. A ech in talking Forest and statutory restraint a Mon the inter-1 Reynolds said. The ?"gin�?"john Wei land manager of the Seaman body division of the Milwaukee Plant of the Nash Kelvin Tor corp., said j today that manufacturing would be resumed at the firm to Milwaukee and Kenosha plants monday. A Lack of steel growing out of the Coal strike forced the Mil president Gualberto Vil Waukee Plant to close a week ago was hanged from a lamp Walland said. And in turn pre j front of the presidential vented the operation of Assembly i lines at the Kenosha Plant. Sectional government today to replace the Junta which has ruled the country since the bloody revolution of july 22, 1946, in which former Garroel kist 111 Palace. By Drew Pearson Ait or several Days of secret discussion. Republican leaders finally have whipped together their All important program for new labor Law. The program is More drastic than Ever expected. It will throttle most of the gains made by labor during the past 14 years. The Republican subcommittee on labor headed by senator Taft of Ohio and including senators Ball of Minnesota and Alexander Smith of new Jersey has evolved three secret documents soon to be made Public As follows i a statement of Fiolich declaring that the Republican Barly has a mandate from the i people to Amend organized labor s Powers. 2 a Bill to be introduced by sen a Ator to it. Slim in to Ute old Case Bill. This will he rushed through in a Blind. 3 a Long term labor Bill by sen a Ator Ball. The new Taft Hill in Many reflects is even sting or than the Case Bill. 60 Days strike notice. Here Are its main provisions a. Unions must give 60 Days notice before striking b. Unions will be prohibited from organizing supervisory help such As foremen. C. Unions will be barred from Catling strikes designed to assist organization drive s. D. All unions will be required to Register with the Secretary of Tai Bor. E. A ban on those provisions of the Norris i ii i Nard to act which might be construed As prohibiting injunctions by the Federal government against unions management Wall be granted authority to file triple damage suits under the anti Trust Laws in the event of organizational strikes or jurisdictional disputes. F. Unions will lie financially i and legally responsible for the acts of their locals and individual members. The Ball Bill. The subcommittee plans a Brief hearings and a prompt action on the Taft Bill. Several Days later. 1 another Bill will in introduced by senator Ball. This one will be aimed at Labory to Long Range gains j under Roosevelt and. Among other things will outlaw the closed shop also the Union shop in collective bargaining agreements also will make it a crime punishable by prison term to insist upon a a Union Security closed shop provision in a collective bargaining agreement. T Here Are the main provisions of the Ball Bill a. Immediate amendment of the Wagner act to Grant employers the right to Campaign openly against Union attempts to organize b. The outlawing of Industry wide collective bargaining ostensibly aimed at preventing Industry wide strikes. C. Elimination of any remaining provisions of the Norris la Glia re i a anti injunction act. D. Special legislation regulating Union finances and the election of Union officers. Under this Meas � lire. The in apartment of Libor would supervise both finances and elections. I e. Compulsory arbitration of i certain types of labor disputes to be defines i later. F. Application of the Sherman anti Trust act to collective bargaining by passage of a new anti monopoly statute governing labor relations. This measure will be designed to split Large unions by declaring them monopolies in i restraint of Trade right. Inc both 1111 Syima Caty Lur it amnesty eases Fate of priests piping. Ltd Nineteen Tao i lit priests of famed White Cloud Temple imprisoned for murdering their Abbot and his Lay assistant on pyres of gasoline soaked kindling Wood will have their sentences drastically reduced. As a result of an amnesty j ordered from banking the newspaper Chih Shi pan said that 12 of the priests sentenced to four year terms would be set free. The three ringleaders who received life sentences and All others involved will have their terms sharply reduced. The three leaders in the Temple revolt testified willingly against themselves. They claimed they were comic led by the tenets of their religion to punish the Abbot end his Lay assistant for a desecrating the White Cloud Temple. They admitted they Ltd the of priests armed with clubs. Into the living quarters of the Abbot and his assistant in Lucre they found a woman. Both men were overpowered and taken into the Temple gardens where they were beaten with clubs. Then the priests tied them 1 to the pyres. The two men birr no a to death while the priests stood by and witnessed the �??� a both autor tat cd seven retroactive to ital to Portal wage suits asking $92,750,000 were filed against Industry saturday bringing the total of the nation wide flood of claims to More than $3,140,000,000. In addition to suits naming specific amounts there were on file in Federal courts a number of actions asking unspecified Back pay and damages estimated by attorneys to involve additional hundreds of millions in claims. I the largest action filed was that sponsored by District 2. Co. I United steelworkers Union on lie half of employees of the Crucible steel co. Of America. Harrison n. J., asking $50, my Mem. In addition to the Crucible suit. The steelworkers filed other claims of the Ashland. Ky., Plant of the american rolling Mills co and $7,250,000 from two Pennsylvania concerns. A suit filed in Newark Federal court against general motor corp asked $20,000,000 for members of a it Cal 511. Co. United Auto workers employed in the g m j Harrison. N. Plant. The u a ?t members employed by the Eastern malleable Iron co., Wilmington asked $3.500,imm in delawares first Portal pay suit. Snipper shears 2 More victims in Washington Washington up a Jack the Snipper that Gay Young Blade is still at it. Two More Young women numbers to and 11 a reported they apparently had fallen victim to the snippy a whose Hobby seems to be shearing off the locks of Washington to women and girls. The Snipper also known As the awk Snitcher and Harry the hair thief gets around. Victim no. To said she apparently lost her locks on a Street ear no. Ii during a movie. Previous victims have been shorn on Street cars buses and on crowded Street Corners. Mrs. Betty Mae Southwood told police she Felt a tug on her hair while on a Street car and observed a tall Young Man hurriedly leave. Miss Alice Payne discovered after returning from a movie that she had lost some of her Wavy Brown tresses. Butter rigging violated Laws j. S. Contention n e w York of a a mme to league co Opett elation. Inc. Its presides of Rath Bun and three of the executive rom Felt i of i a f � a Quot a � � # Fri a on the new York Mercia change was filed in Tate j saturday. U. S attorn f x Mcgohey Anontine live Daw cited the criminal informal Dar to an indictment. From the drop of la cents it the wholesale butter dec 19 the information Shari , during fur ii month. The government allege lion of a Section of the states code known As to modify Exchange act. It that any person who Uruu or attempts to Mam Puj Price of any commodity i Date Commerce shall be j a Misdemeanour. A Fine of $10,000 or a jail or both Are Prest maximum penalties. Mcgohey said his inv had been conducted in c i Tion with the department i Roku sure Mcgohey said the inv i disclosed that in the period from dec. 18 t Ive. The dairymen s into operation a pro Ousby arranged under 060 pounds of Grac were purchased at a of 84 cents per Poun said the alleged of $561,757. Hearing Jan. In the District attorney said Ray the Bun admitted under questioning that he had undertaken a Oto sup butter Market at not less than 84 cents per Pound it order to maintain the average Price for butter for the month of december milk prices Are hinged to butter prices. Rathbun. Mcgohey said stated that he supported the butter Price because if it had dropped Bel w 84 cents it would have caused i loss of 22 cents on each Ich pounds in the Price of milk produced by members of the league in january. Individuals named with rave of Bun were Leon la Chap in. Hadley Benson and Herbert Seeley. The four were called to plead to the charges Jan. 13. Japs to pay More to a 24. A butter Ted Price Mcgohey hem Cost Toky i Tob in Kirsty a so a re a the japanese. In in i tee pie my n Earth. Met t he govern g to but at the and s a it 9. Kyodo lid the if Sead it Dit. A i Irig the a ice of a groaned at ment is Pitann prices of cig Aret news Agency ment plans to r com by inc Fri package of to Cigar ets As High As 25 yen 67 and adding to yen 67 cents to the current 30 yen $2 per bottle for Ordinary Sake. Olaf brainier Dies at Home in Ithaca Ithaca. N a a a � a Ola f m brainier 77. Professor emeritus of the school of architecture at Cornell University and a widely known Painter is dead. Brunei painted portraits of Many prominent persons in America and foreign countries and his works especially portraits and seascapes have been exhibited in the nations leading galleries. He was born in for the new Congress Labory Thi May be the major headache for the new . F in nates Congress. Lawmakers May try to curb strikes like e be in Philadelphia last year w hich produced this violence. Heated debate on labor seems certain taxes citizens like the harried one above May get some Relief but views differ on extent of the cuts. Relief Congress must study further Aid to areas where millions. Like the gaunt girl above still remain hungry. Housing this Veteran out on the Street wih his family is one acute Sample of the housing difficulties that scions will be asked to help solve. Large scale Federal Aid for housing and easing of rent controls probably will be sought. Inflation a Steps to ease military budget size f Boom or bust and keep Trade on army and Navy appropriations an even keel will receive con for weapons like rockets above Side Rabie attention. Will be studied

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