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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 01, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin It a Cine sunday bulletin i sunday june i 1947 j. S. Unchanging state balance in Pyle Book up in May Madison. Wis a it a the state of Wisconsin had a Cash balance of s37.424.055 on hand May i compared to a total of $23,833,186 april i state treasurer John m. Smith reported. In addition $72,100,000 was in pc Ted in government Bonds and was not included in the tabulations Smith said. The general fund the state s King capital totalled $22,604,-033 May i. More than double the april i total of $10,887,982. Inheritance gift and estate tax receipt jumped during the period for in $97,775 to $893,568, account a for a share of the gain Smith explained. Other tax divisions showing encases in receipts included the tor vehicle License and registration department with $1,411,185 May i compared to $1,132,995 a month earlier and gasoline taxes $2.238 697 and $1,673,514 for the two months. Three other divisions reported decreases. Cig Aret receipts declined from $466,749 to $454,009 May i Beer $229,359 to $217,322 and liquor tax returns from $199,-589 to $176,082 during the one month period. Wild life Survey shows 50 species near extinction ?" cup a armed v the gun and traps the United states Huntsman has just about exterminated some 50 species of North american wild animals. Or. Hartley Jackson of the United states fish and wildlife service surveyed the wild animal situation and found the Woods full of Hunters but Low on game. He attributed the game Scarcity to spreading civilization and population. Or. Jackson said the grizzly Bear and the big Wolf May soon be found Only in zoos and bedtime stories. The Florida Black Bear the alaskan Glacier Bear and the Timber Wolf of the northeastern states also Are beaded for extinction. He reported. Among those animals which already have reached the vanishing Are the big Buffalo of the Northeast last seen in 1801 the Maine giant Mink which vanished in 1860 the Arizona Merriam Elk last seen in 1900 and the big Plains Wolf which disappeared in 1930. The Fisher the Marten the Wolverine several types of seals end the Little kit Fox of the Western Plains have gone the Way of j a furs to ladies boulders. But in i n is More concerned Over the future of these animals which a have been reduced to a danger p in everywhere in North Arner has no kick coming it looks for All the world As if the girl at right is giving her Friend a kick Good for a Field goal on any Gridiron but it to just a quirk of camera timing. The girls Are to eds at Meredith College Raleigh n. C., practising comedy dance leaps in a nearby Meadow. More than half the student body participates with gusto in the school to creative and Folk dancing classes. Poachers destroying German forests ?" up a Many German fore once tended with Thrifty and alms Loving care have taken a beating this severe Winter from poachers who chop Down Trees indiscriminately for fire Wood. The famed Grunewald in Berlin s Western suburbs already thinned by last Winter to authorized and planned cuttings has been the victim of night pirates v to poach in the darkness to elude British and american guards and German police. Sometimes when police attempt to rout them the poachers resist with clubs. City fathers of Galena Grant reprieve to historic Market Galena 111., a Ltd a the 102 year old Galena Market House will not be torn Down but is to be deeded to the state to remain a Cymbol of the Days when this Northwest Illinois Community rivalled Chicago As a business and shipping Center. Proposed demolition of the former slave and produce Market built in 1845 brought a storm of protest from architects and historically minded Illinois citizens. After a vain Effort to find funds Auto St fatally crushed when car slips off Jack Everett Barry 29, who lived in a cottage Colony known As a Oshawa to a i x Miles South of Joliet was crushed to death last night when his car slipped off a Jack while he was beneath it. He was found by his wife. Grace when she returned from a shopping trip. Barry was employed As a pipe fitter at the Blockton chemical company. Chon Elihu safely. With a is no More injuries changing tires if you use the Rel Able safety wheel e ack a it the any bumper Jack. Prevents s de Back and Forward movement when changing it res on e ther level or Hillside pavement. Won t ship on w it icy or Snow covered pavement. Eff cent blocking on Hills. Just roil your Cor in weight of car rests on both blocks. Ask your dealer or phone Prospect 472 water hunted in Philadelphia fossils Are found Philadelphia. A up a As a result of a number of queries from Industrial firms thinking of moving their plants to Philadelphia the City government is Hunting water. Thus far according to or. Jack b Graham who is in charge of the project results have been far from satisfactory. A Otheree to always a Chance a says or. Graham a that Well water could be found which might supplement our present drinking Supply. It is unlikely however that ground water Ever would be available in sufficient Quantity to entirely replace surface water ?� the main trouble or. Graham says is that Philadelphia has too firm a foundation. In most of the Northern portions of the City solid Rock is Only 15 to 20 feet below the surface. That makes for Good building ground but not so Good for a water Supply. A you see a or. Graham adds a water is obtained in a Rock Well Only by drilling into crevasses in which there is water. And this is largely a matter of Luck. A Well May go to a depth of 200 or 300 feet and strike several crevasses. Nearby another Well May strike no crevasses and be ?� the most outstanding result of the project or. Graham says is the amount of fossils and geological matter being turned up in drilling surveys. Petrified Wood has been brought to the surface near the Philadelphia naval base indicating that this Region probably was a seacoast Forest at one time. A Oitt to a Field Day for the scientists a says or. Graham. Death trap since the installation of floodlights on the Washington Monument several years ago nearly a thousand Birds have met death by flying into the Shaft. For preservation of the building a mass meeting was called. As a result of the Public response the City Council has agreed to deed the Structure to the state. Only one in mid West. As the Only existing Market House in the Midwest that can be restored the building has great historical significance. Galena Early became a Center for Farmers to bring their produce for Sale and shipment elsewhere. The Market House served As Headquarters for those activities. On Market Days the Square surrounding the House was packed with wagons and buggies full of produce. Traders and trappers from Iowa and Wisconsin As Well As Illinois sold their wares. Occasionally a slave went to the highest bidder. As the years went by Galena s Prosperity dwindled and the Small Village of 1845 Over on the Lake Shore called Chicago had become the Center of Midwest business activity. Galena has Many historic landmarks and memories including the Days when general u. S. Grant famous civil War military hero and president lived Here. Architecture a perfect. Paul m. Angle director of the Chicago historical society said a today Galena is unique. More of the past is visible there than in any other town or City of the state. The Little City is a living museum. Of All the old buildings still standing in Galena the Market House seems to me to be most representative of the City at the height of its ?� architecturally the late Dorado Taft renowned sculptor and Dean Rexford Newcomb of the University of Illinois have pronounced it �??� thrill Slayer says he got real thrill As Guinea pig Joliet 111.�?"al��?"nathan Leopold who has spent 23 years in prison for one of the nation to most sensational murders says he is grateful for a Chance to help science prolong human lives. Leopold and Richard Loeb were sentenced to the state Penitentiary in 1924 for the a of thrill slaying of Bobby Franks. Loeb was killed in a prison fight but Leopold has lived peacefully in the Penitentiary working in the Hospital and Library. During the War Leopold volunteered with More than 400 other inmates to submit to malarial infection for medical experiments. He has written about the Experiment in the Joliet states vice times a monthly Magazine published in the vocational school of the Illinois state a in tertiary. Cal Coolidge realism recalled by anecdote Bostons or a while the late president Calvin Coolidge was governor of Massachusetts a certain judge died. Reporters who visited the governor to office for the usual expression of sympathy were surprised to get not Only that but also the name of the dead judge to successor. It is customary for governors to wait until after the funeral before naming a successor so the reporters asked Coolidge if it were All right to publish the name of the appointee immediately. A Ogo ahead and print it a commented Coolidge. A of have As much sympathy for the dead As anybody. But he Tsas dead now As he will be after the ?� by Hal Boyle Kansas City. ?" pfc the Man who has written some of the Best books of our time never deliberately wrote a Book in his life. And he proved something that a Man does no to have to haul off in an Ivory Tower to create literature. He can do it under the Day to Day stress of turning out a daily piece for the newspapers newspapers which tomorrow a housewife May use to line a pantry shelf. I mean Ernie Pyle. As his Fame As War reporter Rose in the Early Days of the african War. Ernie was subjected to Many profitable offers from publishers who wanted him to write a Book. His answer was always the same a Oit takes everything i be got to go on doing what i ?� what he was doing was simply writing the greatest study of Soldier life in the War time in history eventually this became apparent and this daily material was gathered into a series of books that will stand As the classic Eye witness account of the second War. Symbolized american. These books made the Little Man with the half pint body and the giant heart a National hero because he somehow symbolized the american fear and hatred of War and yet also the american character to go on and finish the task. The books also made him famous Embarrass i and Rich wealth he never cared for nor lived to spend. But before Ernie became the spokesman of the american Soldier at War he was the quiet chronicler of America at peace. For five years before the War he travelled about the states writing about the oddities and virtue s of the country and people he loved building an Ever widening Loyal audience. This material has been collected into a new books a Home country to to and it holds the heart of the real Ernie Pyle a Happy traveler looking Forward each morning to a new adventure. It is Ernie before War and personal \ sorrow had taken the zest from him. A of Hope some Day you people will publish the Book of mine with All the stuff i wrote before the War the Book about my own country about ?� it is his Best writing a or As Good As anything he Ever did later. It is writing with the homely strength that endures. Writing in the simple artless vernacular of the common Man is the hardest of literary arts. It is much More difficult than turning a chromium phrase or the toy gymnastics involved in coining a radio Wisecrack. No bitterness. Ring Lardner could capture the feel and flavor of american talk hut he Bent it sometimes into satire. Ernie has the same gift without bitterness. He we Leo i no Al said the a human Guinea hard. There was much labor by pigs were moved by unselfish Hind each of his seemingly Effort motives when they volunteered for Jess War columns. I watched him the Experiment despite reports Many times rewrite them twice that executive clemency was be Over. Weeding out the blanking considered for them. Sounding words putting in the a what prompted the inmates to words that were the echoes of his support this program so whole own heart. Heatedly a he asked. A malaria is one Sample of his gift of simple no sunday school picnic. Imagery writing of his Mother to a Omen get very sick sicker than deep interest in her own in Romany have Ever been before. They Unity and the welfare of old have chills that make the whole neighbors he said a of believe hit bed shake tem it Era turns of 106 or and Japan meant no More to and 107 degree Are common. Her than the noise of a passing a nausea and vomiting occur fre ?� Quentlyn the headaches charac publication of a Home country Teristi of Chesson Strain malaria makes permanently available now arc unlike any others in the world the choicest writing of his pre and some of the drugs cause be War years. It is in itself a kind notice patrons and friends we Are moving from 1509 Washington ave. To 1350 Washington ave. E and will be open for business in our new location on e = monday june 2 5 Martin Hansen r tailor shop = vere stomach cramps. Just Why did these fellow to let themselves in for this a press gag boomerangs with rumours unbridled Rangoon ?" 4i a police commissioner f. F. Wemyss recently issued an order that no information concerning police activity should be released to the press except through his police publicity officer who would be available for one hour every Day from noon to i p. In. The order Boom ranged. The following Day Rangoon newspapers published stories that Wemyss who was and is very much alive and Well had committed suicide. Beneath the Rex it it the papers carried a note explaining that Wemyss own order prevented them from checking the accuracy of the report. Red scientists find new fish supplies ?" a a added food supplies for Russia Are being found by soviet scientists in 16 ships who track fish according to the Tass news Agency. 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