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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 13, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal times bulletin vol. 18, no. 10. Racine wis., sunday july 13, 1947. 8 pages democrats in new Survey by George gain ii Dirr Tor. Amr Iran Institute of Public opinion. Princeton. N. A the democratic party has made impressive Gams in voting strength in recent months. While if m. Landon recently declared that Republicansand a b our than 1 Chance elect the next president a a Survey by the Institute finds a i 1 i i that a sizable majority of asks probe jurors voters say they would cast their ballots for the demean i i cratic party not the Repult. _ Imam my i Liran if a presidential election of Vulors were held right Novi. Vear May Tell. Anguilla g.-, up a Philo the trend of events in the next 12 months May substantially alter the situation. But of this Date the democratic party runs about a strongly it did in the last presidential election. Its comeback irom the Low Point of last novem be. When the party lost control a Cero of Congress the republicans ="" been something of a ="" cd in i .5="" hiiui.s-="" political feat.="" the question now a r i ,.,-="" Urty. whether the gains will last.="" of ="" .1=""  or  a ,1 Iti my a following Tabic showing the-.n.,y k Llin tic Iid of sentiment on the ques ii of Ioir or a a or it a i.="" i id if a presid Rutial Elry uan were Cut being held today which party if a a a a. Would you vote for the demo. A id in erratic or Republican in major tarty Vole i % dem. % rep. 1944 Elellion. 538 46.2 err Tolu cd by u National ii 2 a n i a a i. R, of Icart a r,.w Row Jable rearm effectively for modern War within a Century a Jon Lestore father shaves its ="" of War into one which from material ="" Andpirituil="" dedication now weeks a Tony a servant of peace Cradle of peace."="" this action representing agree Meni of Allied nations which were ="" in the ="" ="" no a drily ii Rie. Evol Vett and Laidely implement but it a a ..-. A a Irr. T. Dean. Geared Snake. Plea. We  Inu coed n. i cf�ln2 a Aii i if aug. 194558 dec. 194647 feb. 1947so March. 51 May. 57 today. 55 42 53 50 49 43 45 another Saiter gag on the of it Tomaso the tarsier All upset. On his recent arrival in new York from the Ali Flippines. His Saucer eyed face cae Rise the ruin for that a living Saucer Pilot from Mars had been captured after Landing i Plauer plaice atop the Pic Tate building. Tomaso indignantly denies the Rumor Aiu wants it distinctly understood thai Henot a Martian but a Lent in Though Remote if the human race. Resu irs. He says Ita mean Wmk inlay on a Little Guy Vjio a Only eight ounces. Hell in Uilah either lir hers in the in Jon zoo. No secrets from sergeants souvenir episode confirms by Hal Boyle 1 did even want know by  Middle of that secret before even new York a look at officers for whom the secret was leaving the building. July i i  Jar. T Becl scan i i a a i Walcis was of snakes a wading m analysing the democrats 7 question i safeguarding jjes.="" like civilians Are prone Day two factors must be taken f become careless or talk out of turn.="" __.="" i hat would like see what we into account 1 the Basic Bee and particularly in rear area a strength of the party and 2 the a " bad quarters  it __.="" raised anew by the congressional neaaquaners.="" furore Over the disappearance and i remember after the Landing i turn of secret atom bomb data.="" taking of these atom files by two sergeants As " Points an Oil army truth there i nothing Tjie know thai the sergeants Don Lind out.="" talk foil kfrorts.="" and there cavalry principle of git Tibig thar Back up 54="" per cent which undo the work of All guards and july.="" he phoned the general " mos test of what the figure today.="" a fences.="" who came Down hurriedly in his ver you think will stun the enemy.="" declines with party.="" i if general Eisenhower should bathrobe.="" -.="" whether you hit him with a Sou the institutes Index of party believe now for example that someone left a paper on the secret atom bomb or a Handy strength on the other hand a Only his key command personnel Bible sir the Young officer said crowbar.="" much More stable indication of knew in Advance that we were tactfully i enduring secret of warfare political sentiment.="" during the going land in Normany in june anyone seen this past 12="" years it has proved highly 1944.="" he would be entertaining an handed the Panicky Gem Ial the accurate in anticipating voting in a illusion.="" scores Weie Toul who oversight might ="" him a lenlion.="" the two indexes ="" jromolion.="" the Young officer j.lay-="" Shih Iii tie same direction though a my ="" it smait.="" ill Dille Degi-.="" when the k4k#f a "no.="" or he said hut he never presidents ii polarity declines for a a a up i ali.,.,="" Serene breath until we a considerable Erio of Lime the a a at i Sicily h it lip of in Milwaukee on the upswing the other Index ii a ".v. Wac personnel who moves up ill Kkt up the in,.="" secretarial work on both safely commission rep Orveil a a sicilian and Salerno ="" ="" ="" h.="" g.="" ,.- .-.-. I Tin Down r a trusted i of trucks i r.="" a p.="" i called i a a negroes a uhf  of ��.��k="" in ="" a Iii warrant qut for Lisper popularity of president Truman the presidential popularity Index based on the question you approve or ="" of the Way mr.="" Truman handling his Job presidents a widely fluctuating almost mercurial Index reflecting changes of opinion based on Day Day events or statements.="" in a Short period of two a Sicily the dramatic Relief of a Young Headquarters officer who Tor six months had lived in mortal fear that he would spill the knowledge of that operation Learned inadvertently six months before at the Casablanca conference.="" one Midnight he saw a Docu ment Abse it Inin deadly left Bili Siul of course foreign spies Don usually get information a ported i try ret ="" a Battle for hiin.="" few secrets win wars.="" you till win wars by Ibi old Southern maion.="" of Tor Jitt e.="" cer charge Ipa ,="" 25-Ycar- i ="" air a via of a Blind a a ecu filed a Mur Edmond d.="" Tulk Driver it ="" in at a dying had t.="" in ii Adjei Home ii",.="" i a ii Fije it. Viii Ain. Tea Kje i and Irot Ilju it a Church said. Cdror. Ii said tie a a i Oice record Repeated i or apparently waa Otid Kil Ivd her. Crouch the churchyard. Etc throttled wit ii a Cott a. C Ielne and her feet .Iea up by .her tajik. Withdraws Biddle Delegate in Gen. Douglas Mac Arthur said this morning. The transition stage of destroying those evil influences i which misguided Japanpast  has been virtually compleat thus see Here the transformation Macarthur said and a of a state which once proclaimed course has been set upon which Japan now embarked toward a peaceful constructive future. Even were there no external controls Japan could not rearm Lor modern War within a Century. Hailo policy decision. s statement Hailei a Lecent jail decision of the Kar .Stein commission Deang with Lepa nations and pot Sui Render Irea Metil of the japanese one of the great state papers of modern history he added that it Signild far i a merits Tjiong the ashes Agri men can be a ii major issues the ii buy . M. or la Iii Ilo Lared. Not Only ratified a course which thus far has been taken but signifies rumple be Unity i of future Pur Mise among the ii nations and Peoples concerned.="" it at once sweeps aside fears currently Felt that the great nations of the world Are unable reconcile divergent views on such vital issues in the International sphere and ="" with decisive clarity that from an Atmos phere of conflicting interests and opposing predilections May emerge founded upon aped realistic orld conditions Irementa of a ion."="" praises c Hari Uble policy.="" budapest.="" h jr..-v-="" Budapest has a .-,R..Aric="" and world famo.-="" a ja.-."="" Charles Nuriel .-.d="" 3="" �-n.="" gunrfel.="" father of i or dr�r-.="" owed never or a i.,.-.="" Urh a son Kranc re .rr.ft="" or i�="" was captured by .-.c="" r.i--.,ir.5="""" the siege of a a Francis Reti Ireri. I is. If prisoners of War reie., r or. Soviet i Niti. T Verr .r.ute at the same Lime u Norm for the after the Tuo had in eted car.-. Restoration of .. This Accord Panides an entire framework for the treaty of peace a treaty which if it is he faithfully honoured should constitute within itself a Charier of human i Liertz Whitti the j.iiifve Citi in will Limik for guidance and pro tiption rather other eff scely. A Eider . Appeared min Oear and sporting a Neir rr. Mustache. Gwindel known o Bui ape visitors for a vt -.-="" f Thiemt in civ7 his eldest skin ch. Toa r.ip-iin of unit res at i tic Shin with re Ulmon Anil shame Cailton hotel. Adventurers ready for world cruise Crew will last off next tuesday the supreme commander said i on the first Lap of a tour expected that in formulating the policy two insidious concepts had been resisted. Sturgeon Bay. Wisd/.p. To get away from it a for a nine adventurers including a pair Short time. Honeymooners checked their Coats 11.500 each gear saturday before sailing for a each of the Crew Mcebenh nine month world aboard contribute $1,500 for the a Are the foot Schooner Utopia. Expense tour Peterson said. He led by skipper Fred Peterson sought three More crewmen pref head of a boat works Here the i Erakly Amateur sailors rotund out the utopiacontingent the a he said were i tie one which would seek harsh and unjust treatment of our fallen the other which would seek a i partially preserve and iwo in late the institutions and leadership which Bear the Resini Sibil Ity of guilt a 1 a harsh policy a said would live produced a mendicant Cour 1 try a ii debit a Charity la i the vessel designed and Ijt by include a treasure Hunt and. Peterson has an 13-foot beam trips far off lands. And draws 15feet of water. Her Peterson said his Crew was re Hull below the water me was made cruised from All Over the country of 5/16 Inch steel plate and was composed of naut Cally water tanks aboard the Etc Pat minded adventurers with a desire. Hold 2,500 Gallons of fresh water and her fuel tanks will Handlo 1,200 Gallons Peterson Laid. Her generators will operate refrigerators electric lights hot water heat radio and machinery a tar cry from ships that Miu Shl adventure in Early Sainio Days. Police Nab assailant in have what it Laks in the right lace when you need it. No other secret brints \ Victory. Bakers deny bread increase Kkt of the i lakers asocial i a Genie real Middle Way of the Oid Mary Meta inti live bullets Man it is Is. He said upon said Kaiser admit ird a ,ving i Imless but a i a or 1 flustered but unhurt told the skipper said a ="" an auxiliary engine would t.="" the Utopia first Chicago f the Mackinac race then .ii the North Channel of . In but Luricker through a the newsmen that his assailant Lwrence River had talke.1 him twice. And then out into the thought the shots pursuits and commission recommended Safe a. Hundredweight hike in flour prices Jpnremaining War potentials ago. Torn Pace 2, col. 7. Four lakes scouts soil for France Madison. Wiseen fully a com i this not a big Story Luricker Macarthur . Said. He missed me and i m this primary objective has led a ii Aims in the occupation of Bricker said that his assailant pan japanese military forces have j had brought an imaginary grudge through the a Anam Cajl. To him on two occasions Friday j Utopia will p01.1t her Bow and about two or three months Ward Colombia and . And then the Galapagos for a Anorea in Separ brr. By Early pet Mph a tie r, xxi Wool be ii Riler j hit a Sun err. i head for Gibraltar car.ay islands and on top Jerta . Martinique and inn. after Petely neutrilized. Flour the f a presi an of the Post said the boy i creasing accident.="" which Are in Iway the information they want or Bably would be absorbed by either have been destroyed or Corn hide by trying be Overly sub bakeries ic.="" before the North african land a he claimed the Ings for example the officers attempted Plant the idea in correspondents Heads that we would Rike into norway.="" they needlessly emphasized the severe climate we were going iiiln.="" and on his first visit the senator said the gunman asked Bricker economic when he a going return the treasure him Peterson said the Utopia then would head Tiack los Angeles in wheat prices.="" come Back through the Panama canal.="" other Crew members signed in g.="" e.="" eck.="" .vashi.\ n.-="" be tn-.="" a Sij quiday .vithdiew="" corps had been assured the Urey out of promo Ilioiu Iii arc made a great gabble Over the cold te="" of a iritis Biddle si7.500="" necessary make the traffic How weat Lier clothing we would need.="" of =""of be tiie United " up Mont Lis and then we marched out.="" publican parly of Wisconin="" has visual a xxi Sitison of dignity and site .-cptert.\e="" on the United up sail from new there were a 47="" accidents in Mil we looked up and saw by a corridor pent and received con Hope with provision made for new a ="" economic and social a a 2- Antwerp Belgi Imi Wau Kcf a county compared with 1, Man that we were in the Section tribute on of a .310 since its last leadership untainted by War acc . And visit in that country and hoi 488 during the same Iier Iod last of the War department dealing financial report nov. 25. 194g. A possibility and both mentally Truman a the time before arriving at Moisson j year fatalities totalled 14 this the Mediterranean and North Harvey Higley chairman report a and spiritually equip fur year compared with 17 last year Africa we were right in the the Secretary of stale. Ther democratic growth. We j -. i. Jii or aug i act. Lit. o. A i .nt Scorelry. Wait .bmitted of Soate . In Ivicin Lasta i y. The on of Lial dle. Former i i a unifier the e .  a a Evelt. I icon erd i my Nirom he a hid n Tim ers of the Senate. Good morning Leteat Ihram have been effected through Lumbia building and loan of an Alliance Long citation m Columbus. Ohio exis Linc Between the government Bricker said the Man torn my far include or. Re pub icons report or the re Temprise Atid raising of the and been or. Ohio attorney general. Berky a Magazine writer in route from Europe Board the u up a 1 in the East Edward Paul is. South i port. Conn., former Navy aircraft j Stdio technician and Cirl Dreu Zer. Chicago and Irke a Bay explorer who plans i="" stay with the Schooner until she reaches halifax.="" and drink now lets Fly president signs Petroleum poet ="" -.1jmin="" .stiir.,v="" 11 1.1="" Etc .s.,.l="" a Cine it president Legisla-i.="" an i ���-r.="" Ofa till i act has ��heels.="" Jax Altott Vedl Pekk i in a i Harry K. Hut Falo. N. A. Itn.". T. A Steamer suit re be .s.itiirdayien lie . K of the which .va.= ch cd at the Philadelphia and Coal Dock. R.\ proves i Spotsie comes ont for a meal of baby food Wausau. A Vav i Clarence or. A. Itar old township in four weeks year-old Judy Kanoor of Dayton. Ohio taught a Sparrow or. I.fri n Load of Hay on eat baby food Fly Home a tissue lined Strawberry Box. And drinkarm.="" i water from a spoon.="" she found the Sparrow a Day after it broke out of and a drink from a spoon then contemplates flying.="" physicist denies red affiliation nisswa.="" minn.="" uf9="" or Frank Oppenheimer.="" 34.="" atomic physicist denied the charges of a washington.="" d.="" c.="" newspaper that he a communist.="" i never was and never have Bihn a member of the communist party he said.="" the Story completely crazy."="" the times Herald of Washington d.="" a charged that Oppon Postor nips excuses for skipping Church champaign.="" ill ac,.="" fishing or picnic ites="" i be no excuse for missing services a the Grace lutheran Church tfxjay.="" in a newspaper advertisement Heimer under an assumed n.. A. Lrsen pastor. Ie5 held communist party member sportsmen a thecial 7 a . Shop from 1937 through 1939. The and Saiddrss for Oppenheimer a brother of or. A sports and cd me Church. J Robert Oppenheimer who head le.hat Necktie and coat at the atomic bomb labor quiries Home at a Alamos. New Mexico now j an professor of physics at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. Musicians gather for state clinic Madison. Wislupj-approx-iinately 225 Young musicians from City jobbing co. H re . Throughout the state arrived Here Union officials said f ,-.vr. He tilday join the two week All end of he strike . A ir. state band Section scheduled ing at Wausau. Part of the University of wisc on Hub Webber fim manager said sin school of musici8th annual the increases granted a. Line teamsters strike ent a Marshfield acpt-Ance of company terms excl a 38-Day strike m f or .v.s-. R in i cities officials of the vol National Lar other. 1 ofrrsters. Chauffeurs an 1 Irh be men of America Ann Iii workers will a. K the Hub its Shell took it Home. The Bird thrived grew Learned Fly around the Yard and return its Box when it wanted a snack of baby food. Judy i and her pet Spottie Are shown going through part of their daily routine concert Here july 26. Music clinic. Mark Hindsly. Assistant director of the University of Illinois bands will conduct the band by Section instructors from schools and colleges throughout the country. The All state band will give a with the National the strike affected " seme 40 workers Here with m re ar.="" Loo returning work .-j.-.Day="" in rhinelander.="" antig".="" ="" .v,iusau.="" end of the striker or a Daylong Wausau meeting ="" the Union and wholesalers of Marshfield and Saumil

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