Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin 20 Jul 1947
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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 20, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin
Sunday journal times bulletin vol. 18, no. 11. Racine wis., sunday july 20, 1947. 6 pages feeling Chris Massy in. Of Tiit far erecting card . Nil Over the country arc worry about is ="" eat the heat As works on 1948 Santa Claus cards in Cleveland. Gromyko no thrills tourists Sruc Esssoviet a. J v v a Cd of it in a a ii Tomii c lec. S i riv.-r-j. E ="" is 5="" aal.?. Ofor a ,.r="" cd x.="" �.="" i Ai ii Admire i. Mind. a c a in c . A Lorin in i 1="" a ,.�="" a it. A.i i .="" t i i .1 i i 1 ii i ="" see a pc in ,.-.v.-r-="" of i i of a i Pic a.-i="" i �.��="" cd ="" aim speeches him.="" car s."="" a a a no 5.--="" i i a m a i1=""a of i a of crr is i .k.="" to ii a a pm Ion t re i i in i i Fri in a a. R.="" a in. Sof e i ius of o c m cry a no -. of. V v Kob of h c.-y. 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Of Iliin want Only forget Lui ill Tor emf they have let ii we is grow Over in f Oil d .ikjmi="" valley.="" ="" v.lley.="" about two Miles Lioni the Cipiti a of town was hit 1a-="" i i in on the morning of.="" 1 1.="" a i. The primary tar i that Ali a raid Kokura i boil Miles northward was of suied by weather. Nagasaki v i i i of thickly packed work i Homes in Tjie \ Alley ripped a oui i factories and spent Liny Iii a on envelop Ink Hills Sci e bils still remains among i the Lois is. J Only a few have returned the .aluy. Klim a Homes ii ave been built in spots. A new Church has j Bien erect. A desolate vista.="" the m ="" is a desolate Vista a of Luigi and ="" Arth ending billions of dollars fur Aid with More pro kissed under the Marshall plan american voters have some startling gaps in their knowledge As just which countr is which in Europe. Only one third know where Greece is on the map in spite of our widely discussed Aid Greece program. one half do not know where Spain is. One third cannot locate Rance in Billle Fields America shed blood twice in a generation. Only one in four. Only one in four can correctly pick out Czechoslovakia still fewer can find Hungary Bulgaria Yugoslavia Romania. Even people who have had College training fall Down badly in identifying various Balkan coun d Ectoras optimistic Over income joining it. A san Francisco in . was represented by vice president c. L. Simpson Ricnins the charter Al rave. Dresses for the Presl. Dent William S. Tubman wears the Robes of a chief As enters Headquarters. I How Well do you know the map of Europe try the test printed under the map in the adjoining column. Guide mixes movie stars by Virginia Marri Lerson Hollwo cd. Coast by the Institute. An outline map with the names of the countries removed handed each person by interviewers and the voters were asked identify 12 countries Bulgaria . England. France Greece Hungary Holland Italy. I Poland. Romania. Spain and Youa a Oslavia. The results showing the percentages for Correct identification. Negro Republic of Liberia will be 100 years old july 26. Situated on the West of Africa owes existence a group of american statesmen stars strolling around their Lily urn a who Felt As Early As Iron that Ous Homes we Dideven see Amer inn negroes could find a new Way of in Africa. Founded by one slaves the half the right Homes. Pig tailed Margaret o Brien. For j instance Isibbed As occupying i in ill her girlish innocence " the i a " y a a a a Pride same House where fiery on a hic Eini during the \ Chez committed suicide. Maggie War who n product cd More crude i actually lives the in mar rubber than any outlier country e.\-Cluh. I c ion.="" on a Hilltop Joan font line live with producer Groom Bill do Ier. Our guide hustled her right into a tiny joint with a picket Fence in Beverly his. We got even though. Just As was telling Al out How Well knew the stars we into Klucek . Win the 1947 legislature broke All records for state spending by a big margin. The lawmakers granted a whopping total of $143,000,000 for i the Ordinary expenes of a e departments state and 10% i re .72 9 19 65 18 17 .53 21 26 .41 34 24 .38 34 28 .33 40 27 who d been Riding behind him on the while three hour tour. Of recognized void the minute you got said. Like Heck did. We want Iii Ilion. A Nephew of of Oise Washington was elected president and Kualii is Sutt key author of tie Star spangled Banner vue pre ii int. Other men of a who Sliu " status jollies the Soi lety. One of the society first acts a is sponsor the Miligi action of who had achieved their Freedom. Hunted i permanent site. Next two years. I the other will a paid from the general fund regular revenues and the s26.s00.000surplus left in the fund when the .fiscal year ended june 30. Major accomplishments of Tom session were the for county and a municipal and veterans House of pro Ccu establishment of state rent and eviction controls a $6,-550,000-a-year increase in state aids for Public schools Banning of Public Utility and jurisdictional strikes a $5,000,000 addition the state veterans Trast fund i a a. Repeal of the natural Gas tax and said two Long years have 1 sought Home Here i have found one and Here will i Colony grew slowly. Seven months later in augu.1922, i Hudi Ashmun made the j trip from the states and took Over leadership of the Strug in the first Loii Tingent of 88 Einig Iees left the United states for Siena Leone West a Fra. They found unsuitable col Iii a Tion and sailed South she Bro . Here 22 persons died including All the while men in a party the of whom were Colon Fatiori society Agi . Wiil Iii a ve. another group had Sailor Giri Britain Princess Margaret makes a charming Sailor lass As garbed in uniform of the sea rangers she reviews girl guides from All Over Europe during their London Parade. Four observations ranted i ignorance of the geography of a Europe reflects the Long period of our National history when we remained isolated and essentially aloof from Europe with Little no travel there by average . seems Likely that j during the next generation with world co operation the keynote americans j will come have a much better Conception of Europe an geography. Lack of knowledge about the exact location of some countries does not necessarily mean that americans have no grasp of the Broad problems facing Europe no right express an opinion on those problems. Precise details Are certainly desirable in the forming of opinions. But the fact that a Man May not have quiz Type information about geography some other subject his fingertips does not necessarily prevent him from reaching common sense judgments conviction still solid. To take a rough analogy Many people in the United states do not know the number of justices on the supreme court but that did not prevent them from expressing perfectly valid in 1937 about whether president plan curb the Power of the court was desirable und Esora ble. While a Low proportion in the Survey were Able identify correctly such countries As Yugoslavia Romania and Bulgaria Many placed them in the right general area indicating a familiarity with the Broad outlines of european geography if not with the specific National boundaries. A the Survey indicates that there is considerable need for More effective teaching of geography in american primary and secondary schools. The results of the May test education level show wide differences. The following table gives turn pfc 3, col. 7. Landlord notified Hini More than Arnic d from the .ilcs, and an four months ago that would expedition left the Tein ovary set have move out july 26.the mint travel South Down the geography Derby can you pass this map test gling Colony. By that the settlers had fought off hostile native groups and established a a Miriall Community on the Mainland. Slowly and tediously the Colony grew. Each year Back in Wash the mgt ii the colonization society met a plan future emigration. the Nii cd Iii in ir24 society members dec Ideal Call the new Colony i a name which was agreed denotes a settlement of persons and since president Monroe hid Given the Enterprise his Blessing the Community " was Given the name of Monrovia. I by ifi38 Liberia had grown sufficiently be chartered by the copies of this outline map of Europe were handed voters in a coast coast Gallup poll and each person was asked identify 12 of the countries shown. How Many of these can you get Here arc the 12 nations . In the space opposite each country write Down the numeral shown on the map which you think correctly identifies that country. For example Russia is no. 16 on the map. Bulgaria. France. Holland. Romania. Czechoslovakia. Greece. Italy. Spain. England. Hii Garv Poland. Yugoslavia the average person with College training was Able get seven out of 12 countries right. People with Only a High Hool education got six out of 12="" right on the aierage.="" those with Grade school Only no school got thru out of 12="" right.="" the average for everybody was five out of 12.="" answers Bulgaria 14="" Czechoslovakia 2="" England if France ii Greece 17="" Hungary 10="" Holland 3,="" Italy 13="" Poland 12="" Romania 5="" Spain 20="" Yugoslavia 8.="" that hampered introduction of natural Gas into Wisconsin and creation of eight new state bureaus.="" abandon Bonus bills.="" the new agencies Are a youth service division Bureau of alcohol indies and Blind division a the welfare department a state audit Bureau state crime Laboratory ="" division of the attorney general a office veterans housi.-.="" authority which will d Bute the housing subsidies and a Hospital construction division of the health board.="" the legislature abandoned half .-1="" dozen different veterans Bonus Bills in favor of letting the voters decide whether the state should pay a Bonus 350="" 000="" world War ii veterans financed by a 3="" per cent retail sales tax.="" a a referendum on the Bonus question will be a the november 1948,="" election.="" As during the ="" three sesiionj.="" the 1947="" legislature ignored the constitutional requirement re colonization society As a common apportion legislative districts re apportionment was requested by both the late gov.="" Walters Good Tum Pate 3,="" cel.="" 3. Flying Parson begins duties wealth.="" the idea behind this move was give the Colony Opportunity gain Chi Prience in representative government.="" and shortly afterwards ="" Gieir in Liberia for Complete Freedom from the society.="" a convention met consider Stevis be taken.="" on july 26,="" 1h47,="" the convention issued a declaration of independence.="" became free republic.="" Liberia became a free Independent republic.="" but not until ikb2="" did the United Stales recognize As such.="" Liberia had Al i ="" been recognized by great Britain and france.="" today some 2.500,000="" people live a a in Liberia.="" the 100th="" Anniverasioux fall5._="" ="" of lemmon.="" s.="" Doc a ="" minister takes Over the most sex ="" a a a nge i i a a i lutheran Church Parish in the ration today one that will cover 165="" Square i Miles.="" rev.="" Norval g.="" hegiand.="" 35.="" i be installed in san ices in a men can lutheran Church by .="" l.="" a.="" sary of Independence will be Cele the South Dakota District of the by Ted by a two year Long Exposi of n,.l" pm Tion in which foreign nations have i " via h.="" been invited participate.="" president of the synods Home mis Sion Board will assist.="" rev.="" Hegland a private pilot.="" Short smiling Man puts out own fire new York a five pieces of fire apparatus and 35="" firemen under an acting battalion chief were sent a fire 50th="" Street and Madison Avenue saturday but they arrived find the Blaze already extinguished.="" a Short smiling Man a fire extinguisher in his hand met the firemen the door of his bed-.-ooni.="" calmly explained had put the fire out with the extinguisher and added that was an honorary member of a Boston fire department Mark the occasion the Short smiling Man handed Oill ten medals about the size of a half Dollar firemen said. When the firemen turned them Over saw on one Side the portrait of their honorary uni league Francis Cardinal Spillman. Who will Fly his five widely scattered parishes also will Servo other unorganized preaching i his organized congregations relocated Firesteel. Isabel. Morris town. Rosebud and Reva. Fears an angry word might Lead War i Morpeth. England. _ foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin warned that a wrong decision in the relations among nations now might the children of the next generation War. There is no Ri..Ger of another War in this generation As far As i ran see the foreign Secretary said in an extemporaneous address a Coal miners Picoc. He added however i feel conscious that a wrong decision a wrong judgment a petulant word now might condemn the children of 30 40 years ."
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