Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
6 Jul 1947

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6 Jul 1947

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 06, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal times bulletin vol. 18, no. 9. Racine wis., sunday july 6. 1947. 6 pages wedding under fire r0 . Jank1h 4. ="" pc Cua ="" Hnin Iii i vparj.="" miiic.="" ="" i.upcmu.="" wlm in inc ii icy to minded 13="" i Iii woman hater Puis on apron London Fred work-nmll.="" Ici idol an Antivoman="" society which Blaim a for a imling men and ruining .Iti i Nojas. Admitted a bit sheepishly that lie a a bridegroom t a o instil a. Itie news May be a fatal blow it, i a tvs by Jil. Wen third Driver. A Timnui a Wii use to a a Giitl tit d ="" he on Tinie briiuly.="" v.="" to asked to a Xiv ="" be per Ort i at her a Ioly died away Der inc the War but recently 3 1 1="" Yoi Itie bachelors Sii Jned up.="" workmuu.="" a 32-Ycar-old="" Musi i cian.="" was found in his London sctt said the ="" ="" irom a Jhent eth an apron around perr.ic.u.-="" anemia.="" Vagner Quinita Izillia Deik us Iho c a Marr Ike ,="" Sai die ="" ="" Pei firmed in the ies tire ote Eil at Carol s in. i Al Arp. . To ii the Joe a to Ortr. 11 Iii is Liliie Jim Levi ii a. Ex.-. I i i he Wick a 1 Nisi a a ret do 1 a a ="" Oei Imori a to a a i Iii ii i a i Iii ribs re ="" Yea altir.e.="" re. ii at i Ila i Ary t Ortii. Site a. Jettice i in . A i Aniny die per to her first meeting with card.="" his waist.="" does to your wife stay in the Kitchen he was akod.="" Violet my wife says housework should be on a .so-.so="" basis he replied.="" he rail his Bride ="" out Sisi tink friends.="" i ="" belter get Baik to those dishes."="" he said.="" Violet should be Home and time now."="" Lewis postpones Coal Parley w Ashing to in ,i,n="" l.="" Lewa ="" until this alter Llo 2="" 30="" a Mik Tim his 200-.ember="" pc Licy coins Iitto a to ="" a Rient . Now a professional. Then the crowd 15.000. In Liuding Queen , prime minister Attlee and u. S. Lewis w. Douglas lingered on to Walsh american triumphs in the doubles. Olympics in Chicago Lincoln. Neb. the 194 1 Olymph Tiyo its were Awan led to Chicago by he olympic track and Field Coni Mitte today.="" the Chicago bid.="" offered by the Chicago daily news was Alecci led Over bids from Milwaukee.="" Pilad Irbia new York and i is Angeles. Tryout july 9-iv. The tryouts will be held july 9-10. 1948 at Dyche stadium Home grounds Northwestern University. Herman . Chicago Secrce tary the olympic track and Field committee said the daily news made a substantial financial guarantee to bring the tryouts to Chicago. All other bidders were Given serious co Sirlei action b.the Eom Mitten said. The facilities at Marquette stadium at Milwaukee were considered inadequate. The Marquette stadium can Siat Only about 1 .000 persons while Dyche st idiom can accommodate just Antler 40. 10 1. Also the committee believed the track and other facilities at Dyche were better than could be had at new Vork Timi Jow. said bids from new York and Philadelphia were too Low and that los Angeles bid was a conditional one. The i s Angeles guarantee was Large although that City offered us an attractive potential on attendance at the tryouts he said. We decided not to take a Chance and accepted the Chicago Garbo heiress Hermit o. in the  .11="" i a Cliytie Laii cd rcd.="" move to c pen the . In Attiat ="" to Home to Dele -niir.e="" Itie attitudes the i As for me Max is the Catholic Faith Wei a has an age old Traci Tion a male Jii Iest Hihl Amiul one thud agreed that females uni id make g a miiiist�ts.="" ="" these Cathe pics however were thinking in terms denominations other than Catholic. The vote by religion adult population the Iii Sti a von Tuie Rondi acted a nation wide poll Church on the question some re Urrbas now permit to be ministers. I o Yon think a woman would make a Cood a minister a Man forty seven Jar Clit ii in cited t ne.would continue men Minyu to the welfare their commit nit Whie 43 Jar cent i will to i i it Iii in the pulpit. Two per Lent see Wro with tie idea Siut they would want to w sure that the applicant s bark Grovind person a .it.and Manta meets the the a -t.. Eighth a cent he no pm a in tap Rusli no Prate prove fied Opin. Members 52% 37% 1% 10% i proles no i i Hurch members 44 48 2 6 1 Catholic Church members 30 58 i 11 Tion. Ill his will written in in a i in Donne said be would leave his to ses skiffs i l " in to Arbo. 1 marry her to Greta Garbo his Only Friend Jeo Buer. A Granil Kapics attorney said Donne once bought a new suit and want to Hollywood but apparently never got near miss Garbo. Buer kind the Hermit trekked All Over the world after he was banished by his family for a Youthful love affair. The estate will be liquidated by Justice Irving Tucker s court. It includes $15,000 in English securities and jewelry on Deposit in a giving Tony. . His periodic feeding is no problem Impje Mcl ="" for Exumn .-.="" a wont to i it tie time the ="" a i Ren-us.="" with Moie students ="" and All a them a by i i minister A  Vic the her in Denom i cultivated.="" statute asked voters this question what is Jour feeling about having More serve As governors senators doctors lawyers and in other professions the replies approval 46%="" qualified approval disapproval 41="" no opinion 6="" More than men Wouri like to see a Denien move out the Kitchen to i Jerome lawyers sewer holp.="" doctors and imiliticians.="" those who police who termed her a gave qualified approval think More the most outstanding we Ever in a silo uni be made feminine enrountered."="" said she rus lied to talents in the professions but that the caving Edge the Pool and Fimeii="" should to . Perform Iii such chores As Liatti Iii. Dpi in Iii feeding Hin with . Tics. Will retire Shangrila buys new hat but loses Way Europe girding to resist reds by in Ewitt a foreign affairs analyst. s refusal to co Prato with the Western demo Crncich in the economic rehabilitation Europe recorded one Tiu Grutt history. It has produced a situation development is fascinating to watch fearsomely so like a struggle to keep an angrily flooded Mississippi from breaking its Banks. Instead that is precisely the position which has been created in Europe where Western democracy now is responding saucers delusion scientists assert by Pavi. F. i Elled press sri rare writer. Reports flying saucers whizzing through the air at rocket . In Many . He a Iii. They see w .-, they want to be. Still a ,.r="" cent College graduates approve the baby toddled to the Edge  ave ="" jimm.%="" l .i.nk="" in compared with Only 38="" cent ,.f="" the sewer Hole while others a b Tok a. J. Goin do not in run. Women to with grammar school Cauca pi.,Ved nearby. And fell into Morei " the churches 1, an Institute poll conducted i Bank caved. A year and a half ago a majority the voters questioned said they would not vote for a woman presidential candidate and did Ere observed came from . New Jersey Georgia. Idaho and other states in the far . One commercial airline Pilot said he had even chased one the and that he unable to catch up with it. Another observer actually snapped a photograph taken from Alx iut 10,000 feet a Long distance from which to photograph any kind a flying Obje. His print showed two tiny dots in the Center. One the dots he admitted was a defect in the negative. The other supposedly the object was Little larger than n head. The airline Pilot. Re a rating fhe Phenomena was capt. E Smith the United airlines. He said he his co Pilot Ralph Stevens flying from Boise Idaho saw an object and it for 4. Minutes. The photographer was coast guardsman Frank Ryman. Seattle. Wash., who said he snapped a Iii litre the flying object Ike Washington. Oregon police said they Hail reports that 20 the objects were observed. They were supposed to be flying in single a new Jersey woman sail she saw one that it was a Golden disc flashing across fhe horizon with stunning no red White. Blue ones. No reports red White and Blue saucers were received on july 4. However. In Philadelphia an Interne at the Hospital for mental . Said he a sri object. That one he said had a Luminous in Augusta a. A physician. . C. R. Battey. Reported he saw a saucers while fishing several weeks ago. He said they were flying at about "22.000 something like four Miles almost a out anti aircraft Range. I and other such reports brought a smile from . John g. Lynn. Valhalla. N. A. An expert on human behaviour. He Aid the reports reminded him the t to actor Orson Welles frightened new Jersey .Iti ens half to death Ith a about men from Mars invading . Blame atom scare. . Lynn blame i the current wave Saucer hysteria on re Lent predictions that an Ati Mic ear would break he it be hold one can Only that. We be a \ epic Sti Iscle i p t m m a. A Peak no fiem Jeffery a.nrr.at c . . Har Arter Zed cd Ivy the ..Zirr Pean n to take part in a w open tto. E i to. Fir Ern Ion he True. He Niit s to -dw n the Are going to . A a m Lihty deter re to Mili ..trtes Ivj a in morn. Sphere . Summons 23 lands. Sti.  up to great pm res .irojv. R n ..d fr�r.c�. us Ted no time in .rjv.ng imrlerr..t Serr tiry Sta Mara p a m Ecsr-. re Rori. T cd a i i 22 state p Ortii pet ii 5 is to a nge Errnd to Al o so a  the .Nripa . Nore let b a .cere="" a Rinere="" tvs eur g .="" e.="" t ,1 Kra a .i a to fore ror-,p.a Par. a a re Czer to Rorrer Sis Vii Rev a c, to . I. Hsi Al us 11. Erf a g pm a. T a Tia s try a w i he the Tro in is .="" re a ="" Matvi we i w a i Joe Par it in i in i a anon and get tre beef t�.="" it pm ="" to Mke ners -.="" the bo5j="" ele for sex at e.="" Pra ."="" . To Eiliv hid. be a.s..s. Mong is.c a such Limitt Loiis Are Dis Ipie cd mss Northern Bart Cotter Ion. Co igi.��ti Psi Chri-Tii-.r.="" chuiclies.="" Kvan cart to a nreth.="" .ch.="" african methodist -.xope="" Zion approve in the Church so lety a. A a " president s Cabinet. However a Day Haiti The he a. .Urin Vanacia Al has approve a a i ofpol.. i s i Nib . d rot Lyrl. I .-.o. Kru Bego added the regular ear note Perth d to in in . -. Kif a a d a a d d it Ftp t epidemic ..parable to last year which brr ight 129 rates and eight deaths  to Milwaukee. Frustrated thieves find Smoll things pay off cmcaf0-Tilgic occasion will Mark the in. Thi ship at Hunter s Point naval \ Ard Here and the skittering it Rcv to Distant sea and Liore Mijn-ments. J tier ii s Niitme Ori coated in i president Roose a it s reply when Inge was asked the p  i Iii which they Only tracked Theof Diw Little s . H Bini a handle the Safe they gave up. I Tokyo in um2 Iughiiig-on the Way out. The burglars spied i by said the planes took off Frem rep . I p ="" Macci is a -year-Oid="" mexican Iborer,="" Admi Teil that he needed a Compass to go with his pa--port.="" ="" ="" safely in the hands officials the Green ="" f ski corp.="" ready to Start work hut Only after a Long trip through Wisconsin in which the Spanish speaking Maccias became Hope sly lost.="" ="" started from Here to go Al to the american naval hero to pe.="" for a hat.="" when he tried the revolutionary war.="" John Paul to return he was Gen a ride in Jones be made in the name the wrong direct on.="" and ended the president the United 10 1="" Miles a the Here states."="" he Kike Only spanish.="" the i a letter to Efey to from .="" town Leopie knew no spanish.="" he Truman to Secretary fhe vay ="" no idea where he came from.="" Forrestal was made Public Satur Noii Lier did the ="" he met.="" a Day by the navy.="" me finally Anne a in medford.="" the presentation is to be made and county Ai Thorit is tried to find by Fleet Admiral finest j.="" king.="" asks Gold medal for John Poul Jones ="" ii i president Truman Ehause the Large Safe was not opened. The unopened Safe int inert Only paper the stolen Small Safe $2,500. g French lick. Indor support peacetime Mili Sarangi -1. The .shangri-i.i. Lai inclined in 1941. Neer a. Iii he enemy action. Her pm be Row Ned .�fi.\ japanese air Ratt Iii took Pait in the destruction air enemy warships at kure in july.="" Lim i.="" she was the flagship adm.="" John s.="" a Mccain in the Okinawa Cima Raigns a she launched drone planes for the atom bomb test at Bikini and out where he was rated. An interpreter hurriedly called disc no Eirtle i Tetly Fht th.viool lid old till Lent conto Jill i Odin t i Tiki d.i.ltoi who a a i Iii not the to ssi ii Wolfi end il.i.ou inciel.shrug Timeir w ked to .iict an .iti-. I list they be still i i g to put july ii the Kwh at the a . Hep Ihli. An h at the 4 1 per cent on Hith iin. Id dial and corporation income the the a Seni Sily adopted to tiie $22,000.11110 a year school Aid Bill. They Al is Siri ered the kids too his. Is a re lilt. The i o Iniu. 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