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26 Jan 1947

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26 Jan 1947

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 26, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 17, no. 38.racine, wis. Sunday january 26, 1947. 8 rage rival unions vow to carry on Allis fight Public favors sentenced 150 years hate endangers More education during training in kidnapping Case i Dixon up a circuit judge j Ile said he committed the abut George p director. American Institute Public opinion. Auction after an attempt at burglary the Stackhouse Home was i frustrated. Later he said he a got j seared and surrendered at a farmhouse five Miles away. In its indictments the grand la. S. Prosperity women warned new York a John Foster Dulles foreign policy expert the Republican party warns today that american Prosperity is in danger being engulfed a by Waves bitterness and resent George Dixon saturday sentenced Frank Sickles. 27, to 150 years for the kidnapping a doctors wife and to life imprisonment on four 1 counts kidnapping armed Rob Bery and burglary. Under the terms Sickles a Dis j jury held that the binding and Princeton n. J. A army j honorable discharged War Veteran a gagging the two children also and Navy training programs in will not be eligible for parole in i constituted kidnapping. Eluded Daj or Tom work that would 1 is go for Jug years Sickles was sentenced to 150 intent which Are being agitated and col a credit toward High school is imprisonment the judge or. Years for the kidnapping mrs. Organized against or t a a a a a m Tomas there is Evi Dere j that he spend each Friday Stackhouse and to life imprison i Dulles emphasized that by particle \ volunteering would lie in Soj tary confinement. Friday ment for the kidnapping her san co operation on foreign it it Aero la More popular. Was the Day on which he com daughter Linda 8. The two terms fairs is needed now More than i re thing More close rela netted the crimes. Were ordered to run concurrently Ever before but said a honest yes a parents Brothers Sisters after the first to years the he also was sentenced to life agreement would lie the Only a key would then advise judge directed that he spend the j imprisonment for the kidnapping basis for teamwork. Goes of . Club. A we do not intend to be Cail be Young Mei their family to anniversary the crimes dec. 20, Diana. 7, and for burglary and pc Untener in solitary confinement. It was last i armed robbery a1 three sentences Puin idleness. Dec. 20. That he half carried half to run concurrently. Tanker our he on the oth re coming from digged mrs. Delia Stackhouse Sickles stood Botone judge Dix or hand. Republicans will not go v a g Mer in army train across five Miles open Fields. On his hands clasped behind his Wilh democratic foreign that much the work Bindon and aka Quot s her two Back and replied a nothing when la Rio a merely 0 show the. Are does not seem use-1 children. I asked what he had to say. Good be rows Dulles spoke Hood to supplement like meager Coal ration. The Berlin family above mails until dark before Starling Home with its precious bul illegal haul. Youngster right Breaks the ice from the Basin before she ran Wash herself. A c an hey Halo do does not seem use Ful or constructive and in some there Are complaints that they do no have enough to do. To see what the attitude the general Public is toward the present military training program for Young men. The Institute has con coast poll on various aspects the situation. First it asked adults whether the j would advise a Young Man 28, 19 and 20 years age to Volunteer for service in the army or Navy. Warns legion red menace fond do Lac. mph in los Angeles san Diego yen Ger. We Are a Small Island Walter a. Rose. Wisconsin de All Over the land a patient Tura and Santa sirens Prosperity in the midst a sea then he nubile is brine besieged we Ith sounded. Policemen waved Auto or misery. We risk being engulfed. That Public being besieged w1>bmobiles to the curb. Were by wave bitterness and re leg in. Declared that winged villain reveals role in blackout drama by Frank Lovell saturday after it noon at a meeting the women a National Republican club at the hotel Waldorf Astoria. A this is a time when the United states needs foreign policies that will be potent in world he said. A we Are in a position Dan unit a said they we a it had a min or brother 18. 19 or 20 years age would you advise him to Volunteer for service in the army or Navy for a year a the vote yes Mould advise. 53cc no Mould not. 40 no opinion ----7 those mho. In answer to a Sec Ond question mid they have a son or brother that age. Voted As a on the in due recommending volunteering yes. Would advise. 50% no. M Ould not 45 no opinion. 5 those who said they would not advice a Young Man to Volunteer gave As their chief reason that their education should come first it is More important. The v change people turn to Page 3. Column i communists direct Many our unions and their lecturers have addressing the legions mid now it can be told stories a the i Jinp Jet Sci tools eloped. And bomb sentient which Are being agitated Little More than halt kind that purport to reveal inside 1 proof shelters started to fill up against id recommend vol j dope on War mysteries. Ignorant tumult. Dulles dwelt at considerable Tranod our any minute some one May i i length upon the importance 1 bulge that a German submarine i ignorant the tumult we were wanting treaties that would turn was snared in a net outside Racine i causing the Cadet and i barged men a minds a from destruction v inner conference Rose asserted Harbor in the autumn 1942 or j blissfully across the coastal Range construction. That communists have a infiltrated that a nazi bomber was shot Dow headed for Home and a Square a any treaty terms which look e Ery phase Community actives it was about to unleash death j Mea from time to time i would to the future should be terms and destruction on the sauerkraut nto the Mirror to catch the which will work and not merely a we in Wisconsin used to know factory at Franksville. J Eye the helmeted gum chewing talk he said. A there is always what democracy was because it therefore i hasten to get in on innocent in the Back seat. He d a tendency to be satisfied with was embodied in the Wisconsin the ground floor and confess All the i i in from ear to ear and prompt treaties which sound Well. That said Rose. A we knew what morbid details responsible for a Jed by an empty stomach pour on is the Way. But treaties Are a progressive was because the blackout that paralysed traffic in a More coat not i great leaders that movement Southern California emptied majestically we sailed across want treaty guarded in this country were bom and had Shell Quot a a hour Ondl Urry to o our thai my a a Quot us sri 1 is. Who n the i Quot but a a in a tec Heller. Tho a jammed with Henrian treaty is written thiphlv1 an inadvertent villain. Mans and a to a but As far As we Rhineland Coal and Industrial area dem cry we Nave Learned unum Anu i s. Oui Asiar As we a a Ai that nine times out to these i was the inadvertent villain could see there was just a vast placed under a european a this Little drama. I a it it id vaguely we wonder it infinite uti�4nm a is a Rmer but the Tolth did no to Dall. In its infinite Wisdom the army i we crossed auxiliary no it j on had ordered flight instructors and which two squadrons normally their air corps cadets out on a operated. Not an air plane in sight Cross country flight first leg ten More Miles and we entered a. A the Down wind leg the Home the triangular course was <5 Quot us pattern generally this pro porous More peace ii an extent to which Educa up a Canyon to an auxiliary Field like a a a or to hedge Rito unified Europe he added a a ii i he service might i where we were Schedu de to Stop. A a / a a. A g in ill it rain k a rat race. But this time we had attitudes can be Andi report to a Squadron com ourselves. Mander. Vie sir 11, Tho or whorl we landed we were sur half Way through the pass our engine became As temperamental d lately by Ca let it i Lue Etell i the i d Eijiu Inilla authority a selected by and respond a pm Are communists fellow sible to. The Peoples Western travellers or dupes c communists. Europe a the legion s executive commit a then its Day by Day use would tee. Domed the w a icons in his not be directed by men who serve to cell society a proposal for the Only Germany but by men whose con to action a the first unit loyalty would be to a More pros a Tate memorial museum at Madi porous. More peaceful and More san a it i part the state s Centennial won t give up both sides say As vote starts Milwaukee no or Jud trial strife appeared cer Tam to continue at the Alii Chalmers farm eau timer Plant despite a bargaining election today in which w inters will choose which two unions shall represent them i spokesmen for the two Riv Jal unions said saturday that i their organizations lost the elections they would carry on i the fight attempting to win j new members so As to eventually gain sole bargaining rights at Wisconsin biggest Industrial works. 1 Walter e. Petersen Pru Dent the Independent workers Union attempting to wrest control from the a Enkiri i Cio. United Auto workers sail i his a would never five up May attack court order. A we lose the election we will still keep our Union intact a he said a in that Case we wcu.1 merely open in by organizational drive to a in enough members j and votes to win an election whee the contract is open again a j spokesmen for the u a w. I which has been on strike against the firm since april 30. 1948. Sail that the striking local loses today it a will carry on the fight be a warns which have been set up in Berlin provide the Only heat Man the City a residents will find this Winter. Deaths mounting daily in Coal starved Berlin Berlin in 1948. Gang seized in robberies Munich Ament an it or error broke ame and 1 be All Foi private three in Rabbenea the v a military gov unwed a wave in it in Munich was by the arrest an odier and two germans Ling Tang. As a Prima Donna. And when we and officers armed with combat landed at the auxiliary it coughed a Juipi no a Quot do a masks who spitefully and gave up the ghost. Shoved our air plane behind a Sand a Carburettor adjustment ended the j538 ,te1?. And 1 ordered trouble but the squads a rom it a Quot part the Ower there the shipping potatoes too expensive Urra says Only 11 novels on Best list by Library attempting to invalidate the election in Federal the new bargaining election at the Plant was ordered by the Wisconsin employment relations Board dec. 28. After the i depend i ent Union claimed a majority i the production workers members. The Board issued its order despite the fact that the v a w. Has been certified As sole bar agent in 1918 by the National labor relations Board and the i edification was still in fee u a w. Attorneys said they 1 would probably Appeal the Board a order to the n or b the Tai own loses. They Lim pointed out that with several cases Are now before the j u. S. Supreme court for a ruling been on whether state labor boards can Washington. A i ship Chicago Al Mander ruled a you can to leave in �?o0jd Man a a a 27-year-old major ments surplus american Pota were included in the american per House regardless the num til an army Mechanic arrives and 1?.f.,v, my u r Cody abroad Library associations list the 50 officially approves the so would impractical or outstanding a ticks 1946 the Cadet and i settled Down in we Tad a a in Ato u a other Choice included a number the Shade a Wing for a a up. I a newly i explained he Eta these officials said r r a on ocl and five hours later the worried com a had noted the availability problems biography and Auto fort or so a it Tai i or fore returning by Reginald Kenny the Wyid. Berlins Nea a the coldest the few shops have Winter since 1929 has settled Over Able to remain in business despite supersede orders the Norb. Coal starved Berlin reports so the cold offer temporary Refuge. Bit a ote expected. Cere frostbite and death from these always can quickly rec about 9.000 the 11.500 work freezing increase daily. Many cognized by their smoking stove ers who originally struck a unit the victims have died in the heat pop a that protrude from the a front the Plant Are expected to vote Teles Home they have tried to re the stores rather than the top Day. Build in the rubble left from the because 90 per cent such shop about 4.500 them have re wars bombing raids. Have been tunnelled out the turned to work at the Plant the happiest Day the month rubble. Most these stores keep cording to company records the for millions Berlin residents is live on Black Market sales to new Union was organized after the the Day they draw their monthly Allied troops and hence Are the Back to work movement Star cd Only la novels j fuel ration a scant too pounds Only ones where Allied troops look and claims most the Noc or k a a for souvenir fourth Mem Mander decided a the Mechanic a a a were coming Home from a 20.000.000 bushels ainu there yet and your flight plan pop vhf charmers were told to dump ferrous aspects the con m the preyed on is due to expire soon. We gotta 1 understand this blackout. Pop a5 surplus. But they added temporary world scene within the past get out Here As fast As we Canyo a blankets Blank Blank go to out u a. Has concluded after nth committing their ill take the Hehere a grabbed the phone examining the problem that a i Point and in the bounded into his by and streaked j and issued orders for an All Clear j potatoes shipped in unrest troops. I for Home. J signal. Frig rated vessels will spoil before Ber families living in a single equally popular Are the a warm residence. Pm my ple line up in the Halls a set up though Berlin to cold for hours to receive their help those without any heat at meager Coal ration. Home. Once that ration is used there As a last resort Many berliners is Little defense against the Pone simply put on All the clothes they rating cold. Some families risk can collect and climb into bed arrest by cutting Wood from near under whatever blankets they to Salvage and by Spring. Am in 4 the novels chosen were singing by Nib do n by ,"�?Tap have brn Abl Waters bulwark the american Tow. They usually wait until dark Pray for an Earl we Arne raids b Sun ne-1, a i in agents Ler Roeie Sti police. The i to were made in three r military government per German police and Onmi but it req red another 15 min. Far As the army was con u, Rac their destination. Ute for the a a adet and me to get j corned the a enemy Quot aircraft was. Back into our Parachute harness Down and its Crew in custody at Happy few the sudden to pm David the King Britannia guest spoon Matidle the Fields ,.11 news Portal lawyer the pm lunch counter. It ligation department Crank the Spearman and get a or German Allons Fel handful Altitude. By the time r. Who tried to get away we were on course the flight plan West Point toughens a. K lied by German had expired. And him out n Volunteer civilian Tate identified As Leader prospector shacks the gang private John Abernathy houses unable to account for our 20. A military police battalion. He presence in their territory were accused providing the Ger reporting to the interceptor Comida the the uniforms and am Mand a just sighted unidentified i. N for carbines. Aircraft headed Homes for veterans in 1947 termed unattainable luxury and Down below observer a Entrance requirements and ranch 1 _ Washington. A a a the army is toughening up its physical requirements for Entrance to West Point. In a letter to members Congress the War department said that henceforth a each candidate regardless the Type appoint a i so refrigerated vessels Snake pit. And Delta wedding. # would be too expensive even elected which Deal with Jenes i ies they were available when com and political problems were pared to the Cost shipping other four Cornerstones peace tour jul pm Junicic More nutritional foods. i Uty co or Blind a negroes Pye tiny Matol not so wild. Sun Valley. -.4n-,. shipment tue a dry in. And while time be Matak. Elt Lward Lamb Toledo. Ohio state american gum convention expend it i a. Books were chosen by vote form a Whorat. the 16.000 members the pay us offered i not a a held Here next summer no Slot machines no convention legion asserts Faribault. other woman named in Roberts divorce suit Waukesha. Wis. A ibo or. David Roberts 81-year-old wealthy manufacturer veterinary american Library association and were described As a being most to testify before a any committee nov Luther a. Hmm Dahl s Congress to support his claim i anti gambling stand is obeyed worthy attention the present americanism surpasses j local legion officials said. Comes to producing Washington a a maj Gen. When it Philip b. Fleming administrator hoes _ f. Fleming said the 650.000 Perm the office temporary con i anew t new Duhling units started a. Aid Home ownership is ast year under the veterans hous Lik it to a it main an a unattainable Long program were a a Mere drop Lux rvs l r in to War veterans in in the bucket compared to the nations need a at least 1,000,000 b t veterans May be Able to rent houses a year for 20 in re h a roes the High income ment. Must qualify in physical remedies was charged in a counter aptitude in addition to meeting the divorce suit with entertaining nearing mental and physical re it her woman Ulde a Quot suspicious i circumstances. The new regulations Are Citee i be action was filed in c ire it tic july i. The next regular court by Roberts third Wile. Day Reader though not necessarily permanent High court reverses decision on will Madison. Wis a i a a the estate Frank m. Britt Janesville Coal operator who died aug. Academy admission Date. Fitness a Theresa 56. Who accused him or 1943. Must be shared equally a ill be determined by a one hour us no portions his $2.50.000 among five children the state examination after All other in bankroll to set up housekeeping a supreme court ruled in a decision m a. A i # is to. It fix it at it Iii Tel air in to i ii Thor trance tests Are complied. Closse i too a move into the estimated dwellings to be built a year the general said address to the women conference on National Gen. Fleming proposed i reduction construct Ion costs by the use Modem mass production methods. 2 Rev Ion building codes. 3 government construction Btu. Is Tor Low income groups. Dangers to babies cited in report Washington a a Catherine e. F. Lenroot chief the labor department children a Byroad said it is More dangerous to be a baby in America than it was to be in combat during the second world War. A Between Pearl Harbor and a a Day 430.000 babies died for Lack Good medical and Hospital care nearly twice the Numier men killed in miss Len on great Earth Reti Bousi Glt dec our. that boasts the Root told the conference reductive capacity on National defense n. I Leming said a the More than 1,000 women repro edition much our setting 29 patriotic organizations paradoxical. Are attending the conference r has no particular miss Lenroot reported consider a r Ming out each year Able Progress has been made in in h mobiles or re Frig the last generation asserting Ltd hit g machines that a less than 40 children in 1.000 n. Do income can died before their first birthday re it buy. But we have never As compared with too in every a a anything like that faculty 11,000 30 years wife. Miss Lusk was pardoned after four years. Plane loaded with Gold crashed into Mountain Hong Pic All four Crew members were believed to have died when a philippine air j lines plane reported to 1/e carry it my $15,000,000 in Gold crashed Pic into a Mountain Peak across the dining Lof explodes Harbor from Hon Kong. The crash i stirred almost within sight it Colliner the Hong Kong Airport the planets destination. The plane left Manila saturday morning. The plane smashed into the Side devils Peak on Kowloon Peninsula. Rescue parties set out at once but rough terrain and the Al looms with an unidentified a other announced. Woman. Reversed a decision Roberts who suit for county judge Harry s. Fox divorce last month figured in the which had interpreted the will to sensational 1918 trial Grace the bulk the $100,000 estate Lusk. Waukesha school teacher i to Britt s two sons. Ender the who was sentenced to 19 years in supreme court ruling asked by prison for fatally shooting his first j mrs vim Fred Coon Madison. That any member Congress j pm St adj kit a Mentz said the Lamb made his offer in a Tele i f. A a. would Tusk Money and would a Gram to representative j. Parnell j Thomas rep., n. A who said in not be Able to finance the Parley a House speech that limb brought which annually brings together at the original action in that. Least 3.500 delegates. Clemens pottery co. Case and Mentz said it would co t $18,000 replied that a any interfere added that the attorney a followed to stage a state convention and the communist party j that the local Post expected Slot Lamb denied he belonged to j machine to a get quite a bit it a a communist front organization a a he said the club did not and said a nor do i care to be red want to solicit Money from Busi Nesses to finance the convention. Ers As members. Tile workers cast their bal Between 7 a in and 9 p m a the unofficial count is expect by to p. In. Polic e on Giard As alus votes Milwaukee a the bitter dispute Between rival a mems at Allis Chalmers reaches its Climax today when production and maintenance employees the comr Ary will decide they wish to to be represented by the striking u a i o. Local 248. By ire Independent workers Allis Chalmers or neither. Police chief John Polcyn declaring he had been informed that a certain groups planned mass picketing the election Hall in the Milwaukee auditorium a i a proper arrangements will be made to handle whatever a spokesman local 248 a i the local planned no demonstrations. Polcyn asked City attorney Walter Matteson for a Legal a pin Ion on picketing the election and asst. City atty Clyde sheets a Quot Erenee it Ith any voter at this election would violate the state employment peace act. Daughter Britt mrs. A cow two Sisters and the two Brothers will share equally. Under the will each the sons angry georgians demand probe bribe offers to legislators it a a tin aroused acting governor told a press Noncitizen Georgia a state wide femur he would Welcome an Ingroup formed to protest the elec vesti gation and said that grand Brief protests i a polic e at Allis Plant Madison. Wis. A a Mil Waukee county sheriff George Hanley so a appropriations my t Waukee City police officers to assist him in maintaining order at the strike bound alus Chalmers Plant prevented the City Milwaukee from performing its duty to its residents according to a Brief on file with the supreme juries Are authorized to make such court stunt a. Was to receive $2,500 at the end j lion Herman Talmadge As gov m addition to legislative the Brief was filed by m toot to years and each the three Jer nor by the legislature saturday committees. Hee City atty. Wal or Matt n chicago.�?0j.8>_an explosion daughters $250 a year for to years asked for a grand jury i Vestiga Talmadge had no comment on and his assistant. Leo b he or in the dining car the Illinois a us the Coal business then going Jon charges that legislators the investigation. Central railroads City Miami i but a sons and the rest the were offered bribes in connection Kennedy said a the people Streamliner saturday noon injured estate i it eing divided among the with the election. Georgia Are further a i anti five employees two them Seri children equally. The demand was Macle in a humiliated Over the charges Mode Kusiv. Justice Edward t. Fairchild statement by mayor Harvey Ken j by members the general As _ the Accident happened As the ruled that the will meant to have most Complete Lack visibility in j train was being backed into the be children share equally in the area hampered the search. J Yards in preparation for departure be estate at the end to years. For Miami. Fla. No passengers i husband freed were aboard at the time. Railroad j state Man killed Nedy Barnesville an originator i Semety that bribes were offered the which has been pro by both sides at tin time the leg moving mass meetings throughout the state. It followed a statement by House Slature elected a governor. A the aroused citizens Georgia now Call upon the grand jury speaker Fred hand that he intends Fulton county Atlanta and its Des Moi nest a Jesse Dix officials said the explosion Harvard. Iii.�?0�? Frank p. On. The 59-year-old husband curved when one the dining car Pietrzak. 39 Withee. Wis. Was to ask a a thorough investigation solicitor general to thoroughly in mrs. Opal Dixon 35, charged with attendants belatedly turned on the killed and Loraine mate i 17, the allegations by a legislative be Ligate these cd. Rues and to Bank robbery has been released water in a Coal stove after the fire Stanley. Wis. Was critically in committee. Bring to an immediate trial any from jail Here where he had been reached its Normal height. J Jared saturday in a two car Colli i Lieut. Governor m. E. Thomp j person guilty such conduct held for questioning. I a Galley Well woe blown out. A Aion on route ii year Harvard Eon who claim he a the states regardless whom it May in support the City suit supreme court judgment to ter mine whether sheriff h has authority to order m i policemen to duty at the Chalmers company a West Plant. The City a Brief a int.7. Red it has a duty to furnish adet police Protection for its c it questioned the Validity Law enabling a sheriff to Cal i citizens for Aid a construed supporting absolute Power sheriff to requisition any or the Milwaukee police Force. Am t to

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