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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 01, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal. Time bulletin vol. 18, no. 4.racine, wis., sunday june i 1947. 8 pages Truman popularity halts in late poll by Giorgi. A Roosevelt in similar Institute polls director american Institute to during the years before the War. Public opinion in the period 1934-1939 the pro or Lton n j. The Phe portion of voters saying they were ? r re e a it of president tru i satisfied will the Way or. Room a Pulai i a which began la t i veil was handling his Job flu Cut c a i the pit Cut halted ated from a Low of 504 per cent b or it � it to a t today 57 to a High of is 4. When War came j ret id vote polled by the it jumped much higher but until i i by they approve of the then it generally averaged around v he a kindling his Job As j 55-58 per cent or not very Dif a. compared to go per front from or. Truman to figure. J similar poll reported Arch. The drop comes in id when the in Titus s pre identical popularity continual Rise from the i r cent Jum print to Ngi a tonal elections. Ems Are of special in connection with the popularity today it uncut figure of 57 ent compares closely polarity of Franklin i. 2. Churchill rates As Monument London. A up a mass observation an Independent sampling of British opinion said that Winston Churchill to popularity among britons had dropped about 70 per cent from its wartime Peak. A Winston Churchill appears to be regarded More As a National Monument than a candidate for leadership of the ?� the May bulletin of the organisation said. The halt in the Rise of presidential popularity comes at a time when or. Truman faces two i important political decisions namely whether to sign or to veto two major Bills sponsored by the Republic ans. One is the tax reduce i lion Bill the other is the labor Union control Hill today to report Hows or tru Many to general popularity on the eve so to speak of those two decisions. A new Survey will be undertaken directly after he acts on the two Bills. Many republicans who say they approve at present of the Way or. Truman is handling his Job w Ould not however desert. Their own party to vote for him it j in 1948. Hence the Truman popularity figure today does not mean that he would poll 57 per cent if an election were being held. It does indicate however that or. Truman will Likely be a i formidable candidate and that the j republicans face a hard fight in 1948�?"As evidence from other polls has shown. The trend of or. Truman to turn to Page 2. Col. 5 3 4 Regent Bills up for state hearings j Madison. Wis .4 four leg pro vement arum c it a p no Plack to go William Reed. 90, May look like he to taking life easy As he relaxes in the lobby of the 73-year-old Hubbard hotel in Chicago. But he to just taking a moment s re t in his search for a place to live. He and 349 other residents of the hotel received their eviction notices when the City recently condemned building As a fire trap. Opa gasps is last survived by Host of mix up memories Fri acts in Lynching of official is involved be jambs Sill Noto is order under i no Fedei of Low ran the Marlow a Lynching state Laws but a1 Law against he Lyn Liberty a Cess Lefoi e is pre tiny air Tri Fri a Federal is to investigate rat Laws invest exp Anai Ion. Constitution says no deprive a a it Erson of or property without Ai in c Nim. An take away take his life must be give Iken into custody or to keel up pending trial it to Hie state to duty to see he is unharmed while he to in custody or jail. Was Ile protected when a Man is lynched the ? first question is did the state do All it could to protect Hun before the Lynch mob got him and did a Jailer or sheriff or policeman representing the state try to protect the prisoner or did they conspire w Ith the Lynch mob if ifs just a Lynching by a mob. With no state officer involved that to just murder under state Law. The . Can to bring changes. It can to bring charges because As noted there to no Federal Law making Lynching of itself a crime by Frederick c. Othman Washington up it a this is a historic dispatch kind of in a Small Way the last i Ever shall write a of Ait the opa which died quietly saturday after a lingering illness. R. I. P. The body won to be buried for another month under a deluxe highs it eed mimeograph machine i for a Monument but rigor mortis has set in. The officers Are loved and the help to been fired rent control and sugar rationing hive been shunted to other agencies and the government to Gargantua of gobbledegook is no More. My memories of the same Arentt exactly Happy. The cottage Chee e in the paper cup. In place of butter. I done to particularly mind. The. Butcher who expected a Jug of whisky As a bribe for telling me meat deserves a poke in the nose. Eventually Iti forget him. Jaundiced Eye. But pm never forget or forgive Chester Bowles female in charge i clarifying other orders and then they clarified the clarifications. One of their questionnaires to a manufacturing company unfolded to a length of 20 feet. Every time they to make a Lief noon seemed like the results were unexpected take shirts. Chester to helpers de tiled logically enough that it to of tune and Money to Dye str ies on White cloth. So they St the pile of White shirting a fraction less than coloured. Aii the shirt makers turned out Blue ones Only because they sold for a higher Price and president Truman himself ran out of White Haberdashery. Some of the shortage were incredible. For a while there Wasny to a pipe cleaner to be bought in America. Standard brands of things from Cigar ets to whisky and baby diapers disappeared this situation became worse at the w arts end. Bowles charged and apparently with Good reason that merchandise was being withheld in Hope of Opal to demise no fun while it Lasard. When the a a roofing stopped in Japan the Black markets boomed. There was an understandable letdown in honesty for patriotism s i Sake sonic of the government biggest big wigs for instance began patronizing a speakeasy not tar from Bowles own Sanctum when i wrote an item about this the proprietor of two other illegal Steak restaurants Prole fed bitterly. I did no to even know they existed until they threatened May 1 hem. The opa was no fun while it lasted bul i am not the one to a whether if lasted too Long or j not longer Amigh i m just keeping i air plane stamp no. Is a a sous Enir of what sometime became my Nightmare. Relative measures relating to til University of Wisconsin Board a it i regents will be heard before the. Senate education and Public web fare committee wednesday. Two of the proposals Are conflicting Assembly Bills on which the Senate will be asked to make i a Choice. One sponsored by Republican floor Leader Thomson of Richland i Center would abolish present governing Tio Ards of tile state University teachers to colleges Stout in i Slit Ute and the Wisconsin Institute of technology and Combine Fin in 111iittorts tinder a single boart of higher education. W o ii i ii increase . The Oiler Assembly measure offered by Wiley rep Galesville would create a state Council of higher education to he composed of members of present gov Eryung boards of tile state schools the Council Wiley said would determine Means of coordinating activities of the institutions. Two other Bills would increase the University Board of regents from nine to 12 members and require that appointments to the faculty be made by the University president. Other measure. Other measures scheduled for legislative Licati my next wok would revise Structure of bonuses and i promotions for state employees. Ret pm i the state Highway segregation fund. Increase cig Aret fax from two to three cents per package w Ith revenues earmarked for postwar in i Arante in proc include ability in mend sure at lab in secret Ball it of financial i we Rye St i s Fin Ani i Loi i l ook Brights Madison. ?"<u.p the legislature and the citizens of Wisconsin got a piece of Good news tins we when Thev Learned that state finances Aren t As had As was expected when the legislative session opened in january. Til cheerful news a contained in the Long awaited budget Bill for 1917-19 submitted by the finance Committer arum the budget directory to report that the general fund to surplus when the present fiscal year ends will be $7 000 000 11 if to of a it Kern i it a. I \ it i \ k to higher than the estimate ginning of the session. The finance committee presen re a record breaking $105,420.1. Budget Bill to cover the sex pens a of in ate departments Ami 2 veto headaches confront president by Jamis Washington president Truman his mind about to fit fic ult problem or Nee so far. So t h to f la Marlow. Of a is must make to of the in of i pro ii the n Lff Hilr i mystics baffle each other by la Armon in. Nic hols. Chicago a up a there is go happily mad my a magician to but the . Can act if a state of rationing at his Sunset Boule officer like a Jailer or sheriff Vard office in los Angeles. I had in any Way conspired with a mob to tangle with her for official per in to that cot i v in 11 o in. One ilk e the s. A Mer Lear i magics Here. A Mir i stands f Ngenng a thing can Liq it or bottle it would hold a in 2 v be. A have a drink he Filiti $ three s. A m tans � society of going on behind a table called the mexi it looks As if couple of shots it plug the of the the Man asks. It glasses. Three onlookers rest lick Bent on Lynching a prisoner. The . Can act in a Case. And bring certain charges because there Are Federal Laws backing up the Constitution. Entering wedge. Briefly those Laws make it a crime for a state official of any kind to conspire with anyone to deprive a Man of his rights under the Constitution. The penalties under these Federal Law s run from i to to years in jail and fines of $1,000 to $5,000. The ?"As soon As it learns of a Lynching can move right in always on the theory that maybe a state officer u As involved. Of it investigates and finds it Mission to have a worn out tire retreaded she regarded me As a traitor to my country. Then i came to Washington and met Bowles. His Headquarters i covered a City Block every doorway blocked by cops every visitor had to Wear a badge and you to have thought Bowles was manufacturing atom bombs. He was a machine broadcasts Capers of old ticker by Harman in. No hoes Chic ago a u a it a the doctor stopped my heart for a few seconds. But it still Cut up a lot a a fancy Capers. In fact the old ticker recorded harassed Man everybody badgered on u wed speaker sounded like him. He spent so much time under j the rat Ket that out o Cross examination by congressmen that the wonder was he Ever managed to ration anything. He struck me As an honest Man and sincere. I could no to help but Admire the Way he stood up under constant battering. He answered every complaint with a Chart of Wolf ran take no action under Federal Rufi and Blue zigzags which proved their to b ill there is a the Man says. Ping the Jug upside Down to out comes 15 More. In he says in. The Heck with it we might Ell All have i from the same Little Jug 15 More shots count a tem. Lother Guy named Bort Auer head Man of the mystics for outfit says he to glad to know and shakes you by the hand. H i the ceiling As tin White in his oat Lapel leaps Horn left Side to the right Side. P walk Arnold furst and pulls bit named Oscar out of your pocket. There to the great k tone who tomes onto the miking i.4t out of a movie bartenders wooly. Is a Man with a Bow tie keeps lighting up bartenders in the convention Are about to quit and go me other business. A magi ands one a 10-Dollar Bill to it a a round of drinks and the goes up in smoke. � Mystic walks up to a Man ear he in the stranger to in a Ocky to and hauls out a link of is about two Yards Long i. Brought your lunch a he Law because no state officer was involved the f r i. Can do this it can turn Over to state authorities for action under state Laws i whatever information it has been Able to pick up. Recently 31 White men in Greenville s.c., were charged in a state court with Lynching a negro. Cia be information to state. Tile . Found no violation of Federal Law so it turned its information Over to the state. The men were acquitted. This week again in North Caro i Lina the Fri. Provided officials with information on which seven win it men were charged with kidnapping a negro. In this Case the . Moved in As soon As it heard reports a negro had been taken from jail. He escaped the mob. The f b l a w Ork on lynchings has been under Way Only since about 1940. In 1939 a special Section on civil rights was set up in the Justice department. It took the government attorneys about a year after studying the Law to decide How they could move to Stop lynchings. They decided to use the Federal Laws mentioned Here As the wedge for the f bits work. A at least to him a that he was right. Buried under paper. Bowles ran Hie biggest press room in the world. His duplicating machines stretched As far As the Eye could see. While the reporters assigned to the opa spent most of their time clawing out of a sea of paper which threatened constantly and literally to engulf it hem. The underlings issued orders snare drum when he to giving it his Best licks. However the doctor said 111 probably be around for a Long time. Normal. With electrodes tied to the left leg and both forearms i played Guinea pig to the Quot visualization of the and broadcasting of heart sounds. Stopping of the heart was an added starter with the Medico shutting off the blood by pressing on the vessels in the neck. The demonstration was by the doctor of the Chicago heart association currently engaged in a a save a heart ?� their goal is to raise a research fund for the study of rheumatic fever hypertension and cardio vascular diseases. While undergoing the lest three delicate instrument Are wired Quot to the b#xl7. The idea is to record the electric Al currents of the heart. I the und of the heart beat and to display the Best by television out of one machine come a wide strip of ticker tape which records die beat of the heart in writing lines up and Down. The machinery has been in live for some time but this was the first Public demonstration. The advantage of the Advance in science of course is that lives can be saved. And it is it foible to add to the backlog of research in the study of heart ailments. For example a Man is taken to a Hospital w Ith a heart attack. The doctors quickly attach the machines and give him a test. Perhaps a weakness which ran be arrested immediately will be detected. Watching the heart beat televised and hearing it at the same time is somewhat of a Shock though. A Man does no to realize what a full time Job his ticker has. La answer Hihun i Bai is. A Bill a Isi a Tell m a Lii ail not Imp be. Or nothing first entrants in the miss Chattanooga of 1947 contest Are talented identical twin. Jane and Jean Cunningham. Contest directors gave them permission to enter As a team and win or lose the contest together. If they like first prize the twins will represent the City in the miss America contest this fall As misses Chattanooga by it pre Gress flu Reb Taw c or. Cd new ?" Nea a John q. I everybody knew anyway in Only is not paying his Bills As Well As is getting scarcer Well As lie did during the War. Credit agencies Are watching him. They say he started getting slow last fall. He does t consider his Bank balance quite so closely before he writes checks. Men unpaid the same to lie True again Buckeridge Ami Gleason expect another big Boom in credit to come when automobiles refrigerators ranges and other a hard goods become More plentiful and i May be a bit Cheater. They Cost i Case of expensive durable items manager tor the famous sporting too much for Many to pay Cash i. A. A. In. To in a in to. I. A Jimmu jul. In Lett i i i a a a i i f us tit t1 Ltd situation Normal again credit say checks Bounce Bills go Weatherman kicks May around the t. Miru to collections were 7 per cent poorer tilts March than last March. The those were the Days. I Range was from four tenths of i when folks have Money As they per cent up to 30 per cent. No did during the War they prefer j store in the group showed in to pay Cash. If they do buy on pro vement. Time for convenience or in the said Philip Gleason credit so time payments will be Iii demand. A but a they agree a othere is absolutely no reason to suppose Navy club auxiliary slates yearly reunion Milwaukee. A of pm some of members of the auxiliary of Lions club to meet at Sturgeon Bay Sturgeon Bay. Wis. A a the Wisconsin Lions club will i Price no la re the United states a Here at the club to an Inion june 5 through 7, Iii sail held Here in the past la years. Harr let to Groff of Rockford ii /. L e auxiliary to rational command United in death Art. Will be in charge of the Eon Ference. And the guest speaker will be Eleanor g. Rigby Washington he needs More reminding about they meet their obligations � goods House of Abercrombie amp the charge account he a Oover promptly. They were so Good for Fitch and Public relations chair looked a and he is milking More a while that credit men had few Man for the credit group a of Hope Woik for collections agencies. Worries and collection men almost you will make it Clear that this also John or his wife or both had no jobs. Is not a serious situation. Credit a Are ii eng up a lot of new now things Are getting Back to men Arentt worried or surprised charge accounts and reviving Normal. A owe knew that War time con Many that weren t Active during a folks Are paying slower we it tons would no to last forever the War. Are getting More checks stamped overtime is out. For the Moat this last pictures is a bit con a not sufficient funds. The collection part. Wive have quit work to go fused by Nylon stockings. During department is busier there arc Bock to housekeeping and child meet Here june 7-10 for its annual the Nylon shortage stores began More suits for collection in the raising. Both it these wean i credit would have i climb ail gel it Tate convention officials of the offering nylons to credit custom courts says Arthur b. Huck Smellie incomes. Regulation in cent above pro Wir Lewis before group announced Val Bird chair ers women began opening Ridge manager of the associated by which the government hit amp i i to actually became As great As it Man of Tho lion s Hov Ising commit Accove a Vevy where they thought retail credit men of new York open credit to 40 Days is Oft. I was in iou tee said that More than 400 res there might be nylons. This Ere City. That reduces the pressure Lur a a rations had been received for ated a temporary flurry in credit his organization has More than prompt payment. A m the second state convention to be cirt los hut the stores discovered a thousand Meliers and inter-1 a so credit conditions Are just Btu cats ii lift that women who thought they changes information with 1.350 going Bac k to Wealthey were he-1 i p. 11and fore abnormal War time conditions in Manton uprising improved them. J Shanghai a a score of pre Var to negligible. Student were reported injured. Ones. Said it is so in Hawaii too. J a before the War losses from bad five possibly fatally at Canton As except for that usual situation. Buckeridge ran through report credit ran about 4 cents on Sio. 2,000 youth prematurely Besan an the demand for new credit Hasnett from department stores and Spe j we done to expect it to be worse anti civil xxx a demonstration shed tiled for june 3 dispatches badly Hurt Chicago a it a it merry month of May i neat Herman. Just name it the Weatherman Hail it. Somewhere in the nation. There were drought conditions in some areas with serious Forest fire dangers in other area it rained almost every Day. There were record High temperatures and record lows some regions Hail both in the same month. There Ware tornadoes Cloud floods fogs frosts and Mon mar b Bill Effe what ii this bursts Snow. Snow ranging up to 12 inches fell in Midwest state this week that even this new do in. My will i in some areas crop were Tam bring the use of credit above aged by Lack of rainfall. In other sound Safe Levels. One thing that � they were delayed by tin much is Ottun forgotten by those who a rain. In some regions they were measure credit in dollars is that hit by cold dollars change value. At present Levels the Dollar volume of w Ere Only looking for nylons Actu f similar groups in this country j ally bought other things and Many Canada. Alvin a. Smith manager Philadelphia a up a an accounts turned into Good of the Honolulu credit Bureau aged couple wed 65 years died filipinos nominate j collaborationist i Manila a Mph or to p i. \ re president of the Japan i sponsored puppet Fhi Upple Public was nominated tor son i by a coalition of four minor parties opposing president Box. I to avoid a revolt of adonist the four party Convell Don made nominations subject t Truman and hid a Crai arum take it to on them la the 1948 elections labor unions already Are Iii against the republicans for Cook i ing up the labor Bill which put More restrictions on tru t any measure in history. I so even if or. Tram it a s Gas into Law he in t Apt to Kas t support of unions w turn a supported the democrats i years. But he can win their Gra Titu by vetoing if even though cd Gress then passe it into Law of the veto. Sud do e Kress big Ethi Iff tuts pus it in t in a pm Law and trouble be tween now Ann Tiu w ill til rum a Ato titular by the w on Union blame an out on the democrats if a Reau out Cen l4tt elections. N pad Kra w rented it rom Ake Surprise Fok i ire i Biff Newport n j to d c. Commander of the Navy to Here within 30 hours of each oth Axil relations div Ision. Or. Mrs. Cella Weiss 81, died at been so great in years As if was Clatty shops. He gave comparative now. Before the War. The in from mrs. Oro if said the club also Midnight on a saturday and her last Winter and this Spring. Collection figure so this year j bad Check was negligible lot it of Laid the five f lans to assist in the recruiting if husband. Harry 90, shortly after credit experts % say All this i against last for the first to in file i them bounced but Alm get every were Holt a. U s a it san naval reservists. Wards. Merely confirms what almost on the average they showed that one was made Good. Expect University. Final approval of a directors part leaders. Making up the ution Are the nmn tons it Aas Serva Tive the democratic Alii left Wing the popular front the philippine youth party a

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