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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 22, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 18, to. 7.racine, wis., sunday june 22, 1947. 6 paces Job loss fear plagues 1 in 5 by Grok go Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion Princeton. N. A one person in every five in the nonfarm population of the United states thinks then is a Chance that he or the breadwinner on whom the family depends will Oil Trade a Normal to Thomas in unemployed within the next year. That is shown in a coast to coast Survey conducted by the Institute As an a Index of Job optimism in the United states i today. The most optimistic Are the business and professional classes and the White Collar workers. Manual workers Are the least optimistic. Of i cd a Nti � to r Ren i to f Bla Laden a Hou i in Pittee of tile Corn tile Survey shows. Or. Tech ver the of a i Here. Merit s office of in Rade told Congress listed states Oil ship Sia Are a Normal. Is called to testify be armed service sub or chairman Shafer said he was con-1 shipments in nod Petroleum unusual about item half a pet re ileum pro from West coast Norm i seasonal Ohmic concerned a Stu Bute cited a is Oil a a othere but Send to Japan we a k h. Mayes. Commerce it Petroleum expert said Ilion barrels of Petroleum ported during May hut Cit know How much of it Russia. Mayes said the revived 72.000 barrels from cd states the first three f this year. Testified that exp arts to the Job optimism Index was arrived at by questioning a National Cross Section not including farm j cts on the following during the next year do you think there is any enhance that you your husband will he unemployed it the vote or there is. 21% no there ?tt63 no opinion. 16 the 21 per cent indicating a fear of becoming unemployed were asked a How great a chalice is there very great fairly great or Only a slight Chance a to to their vote is very great Chance. 6% f fairly great Chance 6 slight Chance. 8 no opinion. I 21% it will be observed that of the 21 per cent about half 12 per cent think there is either a great or a fairly Good Chance of unemployment. In to put it another Way 12 per cent of the total Sample of employed people polled by the Institute think there is a better than slight Chance of losing their jobs within die next year. How Many millions of workers Republican caucus to map 7must Bills i pin Madison. Wis. A a the dominant Republican majority in Tho Wisconsin Titre averaging i per cent in both houses w til caucus next tuesday right to begin r plans for a must legislation it feels should be passed before adjournment. There was some disagreement among the legislative leaders As to the actual adjournment Date. Both majority floor leaders. Assemblyman Vernon Thomson. Richland Center and a f sen. Warren Knowles new taxes labor vetoes confuse Quot Little Guy a com isl fur of can t Hilt i 2 00.ikk Barre to t would this be if the percentages 000.000 barrels in 1945 done to blow top spin it by Claire Cox Chicago. A cur a ought to to instead of b Are translated into people the most recent report on the labor Force was issued by the census Bureau covering the week of May 4-10. At that time there w Ere 49,370.000 persons 14 years of age or Over gainfully employed outside of agricultural industries and the number of unemployed was approximately 2,000,000. Of the worst fears of the 12 per it ent mentioned above Are realized. Then the null it or of unemployed pin Rig t iou Ops would approximately trebled Jig them James t. Assuming that none got other jobs. A Day. Varies with Job. Industrial Urvey found wide differ Champion Enre a the degree of Job opt a cups him a Lorn among various occupational groups. Of the professional and business people w hich includes proprietors Only about one in to people do 1 today 50-year the to he said my col Lin t de. A ears Man and boy tops among top he was 13, or it Ansi a lot of experts study crash prevention a three major commercial airline disasters in 15 Days and numerous other plane crashes have left president Truman to a it Point this five Man air safety Board. James Tumdis upper right chairman of the civil aeronautics Board hearts this group of air experts and or. Jerome c. Llu Saker up it or left of the National advisory committee for aeronautics is vice chairman. Other members left to right Are Brig Gen Milton Vav. Arnold of the air transport association Theodore p. Wright civil aeronautics administrator and h b. Cox. Veteran airline Pilot. They will study and recommend Means of preventing crashes like that of the Airliner w Hose torn Tail Section stands As a grim Marker on the Virginia Mountainside where 50 died. Playground of wealthy graveyard for Redskin by Hal Boyle and californian to first music critic. I been Content to live on acorns Santa Barbara. Calif. The missionaries at once set Small game and fish. They had this is the play ground of the about converting the Happy Heath no alcohol or prostitution prac Walt he. La also i by James Marlow Washington i a the week made the Little Guy an Little Guy Irving a make up his mind on what to what feel All scrambled in his head. That tax Bill. That labor Bdl. Now you see them now you Don t. Congress worked for months on a Bdl to Cut his taxes and wham this wreck the president vetoed it. Congress could no to re pass it Over the veto and there it was. Dead. No tax Cut for him in 1947. He told himself he Wasny to griping so much about no tax rut. But w hat got his head Alt twisted on the inside was this who right Congress said this is a Good time to Cut taxes. The president said it Isno to. Who to right the president or Congress to the Little Guy timing a Little Guy would no to know. If those big men in Congress and the White h o ii s a could no to agree How could a Little Guy Tell Quot he Shook his head he Shook it twice because wham right behind the tax Bdl the president vetoed the labor Bill. Congress has worked for months on the labor Bill then d been More arguments about it inside and outside Congress than on Ivy thing in years. The republicans pushed it through. The Bdl was intended to put curbs on labor unions. When the president vetoed it the House re passed it right Over the veto. Then it was up to Senate to do the same if it was to become Law. Right away Brand new arguments broke out in the Senate. All this time the republicans led by senator Taft of Ohio Hail Tion or been saying the Bill was Good. Of was fair badly needed and we Tould make labor lie Nee. Head i wobbling. In Short the republicans said d he president and Congress agree on whether a labor mid or Bart How can a lit a like me Tell Richmond believe to Lafure will be Able to w work and go Home by j sen Gordon Bubolz. Cd the powerful gof Ste Mittee. Thinks the i might not be Able to f the 17th. Most of the legislate however Felt that the1 t plete their work by july my joint caucuses to portent measures for skipping the rest of the hit Job completed the lawmakers completed a on two of the most Impo measures of the session this when the Assembly gave final passage to a by Banning strikes in pub he utilities and the Serape passed the record 400.000 i budget for the 14 -4 it f s Ca Vea the Utility str in Bill. Most drastic labor action to of the session provides compulsory a bit Ratic it a by the Star a a Laid re � Art it a son in settling Tai it or management trouble s in Public Utility in mind irs. It last in the these half or Jonty it. I h k til we a or America it and a miss Quick otherwise known As or. And mrs. Alan Stephan kiss just after getting their marriage License in m Minneapolis. Minn. Stephan got hts title in a mate body Beautiful contest in Chicago while his Bride won hers at a Frozen food convention. Plan clinic on air Law previous our the fact i Titre Chee of the reef de gov a ill is Appun More than $39 500 too text Equa Boa a Jim i a be 1 Eye Bude an has been prs. When re Many to nitration to letting a top Down in 10,000 times and catching i iring another Al ski times e been in hundreds of Connie then and nobody to Ever led it Quot he said. A Oit was i fill Igan said there was nothing it a twisting 1<r exercising the the hand and the brain. It up sensibility of the hand a and teaches a person what i do if he really tries. Relaxing and cheap. Thinks there to any Chance of Beme it. "j11 out of work within a year. 1 15 a j�"�-"1, Quot a h Oice to Southern California s firs real among manual workers on the other hand More than one in four expressed in the coming year. The results of the Survey by of citation Al groups any Chance of unemployment Date and climate promoter fear of unemployment a Friendly Indian tribe that greeted the White Man with cheers and blowing flutes and was rewarded with extinction. They Are the Canalini or Chu Mash indians and they never managed to last Long enough to rate Bourbon and limousines from Oil leases by the great White father in Washington. They lost their lands and lives in the in general there is less optimism paleface booms in cities of Over 500.000 imputation their passing is. Police Hunt stolen House no yes no Opin. Prof. A Hun. 11% 83% 6% bite Ollar .17 70 13 Manti ii workers. 28 51 21 a e to t relaxing sport i than in smaller cities. Twenty six if the a b i it gives you la r rent of employed people polled inf Don 1 exploit it a somebody with in cities of half a million or More mor it muscle will come along and Send your lid there was a Chance of Ungern Lake it from you my it top Ami Knott ploy Merit within the next year As a hat a top end string show thin i Cost More than i Nickel. It do a est t take much a Ergy and the � time spent in do ing it would or ily be wasted other Wise Ilehr Fivi Jyh \ Only about 5,000 men in the or i item states Are inveterate top spinners. They were k is in the a of the top a 1909-1910 a a and never quite lost the Knack. A but most if them go behind closed doors f or their spinning he said. A othe pity of it is a full grown Man hates to be seen manipulating a i top. A of guess hot i pie should no to be so grown up the a d relax a lot More compared to 20 per cent in cities and towns under that size. Greater Job Security is Felt by the follow allege High school tirade or no school no yes no Opin. I 82% 3% 18 68 14 25 54 21 a cemetery of in and put them to work tending tired monogamy and even put to it was just what the doctor or the Fields learning handicrafts and death squaws who went for an dered. But that s not what cattle. Evening walk twice in a Row with president Truman said then the Canalini had any strange Buck a penalty wives he to a a the Bill apart limb a a no Onger have to worry about in from limb. He said it was awful Southern California. Bad. Unfair and would cause la adopt Ltd bad habit. Bor trouble for year to come. The. Canalini. Took lowly tol1h, the it a a feel gloomier than Ever and the strange new girl the Mission Hadnutt Congress argued Janes praised but quickly adopted or months should no to it know i a he bad habits of the Spanish sol what it we doing Quot Kast Peoria ?"<��?"police Diers and their diseases. Yes. But the president had the Here Are looking for a stolen House the infection of their clean bar a vice of a lot of Tabor exerts Earl a. Allen a Railroad Brake Bari in by an alien i Ili action t should no to he and Thev know Man told a police that when he quickly began to rut Down the they were doing to an i the moral returned from his run a two Story tribe to 15,000 population. Well then who really knew prefabricated Home he was build the secularization of the mis a at he was doing Quot who to right you have Quot something Good in had disappeared. Sions under mexican Rule left them ?5ld? or Congress the lit a i Allen said neighbors told him homeless and helpless. They fled hts head begin to they saw a Man piling parts of to the Hills a remnant of a peo wobble. He asked himself the House into a truck but they pie from a Golden Day that had j. Lielie Ved that Allen had decided set and the Yankee ranchers and to change the location of Tho settlers coining on a fresh tide House. Of Conquest shot them Down As the House was completely built rattle thieves which by then. Many except for a roof. Were. They had no arts to live by in the new world. There was no Hollywood yet to give them pm Norman i Nomas Eccl pcs ploy ment in Cowboy and Indian horse operas. Royal Welcome. When the portuguese explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrilla sailed through Santa Barbara Channel in 1542, a number of local Grover results by educational level j whales from the Canalini tribe raced out in Asphalt lined canoes to give Hun the keys to Southern California. Two centuries later when settlement by the spaniards began Thomas in Earnest the Cana Linos a still lung As glad to find someone new to brag or president because about the California climate to insisted on spreading food before fur take tops two millions Green Ray. Wis a clinic on aviation Taw will be one of the highlights of the annual Conven a state bar association in to be held Here june 26. 27 and 28. Speakers at this clinic will be Edward c. Sweeney editor of the journal of air Law and Commerce at Northwestern University and suet o. Arnold Milwaukee. A member of the aeronautical Law committee of the american bar association. Another discussion will be devoted to a othe lawyer of tomorrow his education his admission and his John s sprowls Superior president of the state bar. Will be in charge of the general sessions. There also will be sectional meetings on real estate insurance and taxation. Carl b Rix. President of the american bar association will he guest of Honor at the convention banquet Friday night. The principal speaker will be Hatton w. Summers. Dallas. Texas for Many years chairman of the judiciary committee of the House of repro my g of a in g at is he s through running president elect Marcus a. Jac son Waukesha will assume office As president. Since there was no opposition to the nominating committee to Choice for new officers. John p. Mcgalloway fond do Lac. Will Lee unanimously chosen president elect to take of sex go. To wed sister of . Reached desk in skyscrapers. Of his 25 top in Young and twirl a 3 ??t a tall heavy Man j the drawer of his Milwaukee Anthony Bild Mason s apprentice was Busy making plans for his wedding to the sister of a former German prisoner of War he met while in the u. S. Madison wis a the state conservation in part men is in 1937 the last full blooded timotes dial Hunters and trappers Tamiment ?"ol1�?"-Norman i Canalini Indian r2-year-old Juan reported a take of $2,160,000 Worth flee in 1948. And Gilson g. Glacier. Lays he to through run Justo was found living in a Chick of fur in Wisconsin last season Madison will he re elected secrete socialist candidate in House by the City dump i lit included in reports were i >,280 tary treasurer. Members of the advisory committee on rules of pleading practice and procedure will be Arthur w Kopp Platteville. William e. Fisher. Stevens Point and Frank t. Boesel Milwaukee. About 300 attorneys Are expected to attend. Oritz party which would have added another $ the Bill broke All previous budget records despite the fact hat the finance Corr about $7,000,000 emendations of the s Goodland it mate a $15,00 Ooi previous record o the 1945-47 biennium eve appropriation Bun. The republicans sex Quot tamed a Thev rejected the it Amend Mei because separate appropriate Bills Are being introduced whore similar to the major Lbw. Ments. These separate a Bdl probably mull a is time in the to caucus As the re pub which Bills to push for the largest Amend diced to the budget measure appropriate for the biennium from fund to the veterans to t proposed by Goodland however Rubio said the cd be a veterans to legislation and a my committee already have approved a 5i in i or a w pro Nelv w ill be pushed through Fri final passage Huntz also Sai a committee favored ans measure a a question of a Veter to the voters in to election. The Bonus would toe financed by a three per Cen retail sales tax which would raise an estimated $150,000 too to f ?5 too too needed to pay the state s 350 a too world War veterans a Bonus of up to $500 apiece. School Compromise another important ques a to be considered tuesday nigh will be the Quot Compromise Quot $22 Dor too. A year school Aid Bill which received a favourable recommendation from the finance Emmitte Tate yesterday. The Btl raise both individual and corporation income tax rates one per cent except in the lowest brackets and Cut individual exemptions the Bill is expected $18,100,000 a Yea the $8 500,000 Aire it for state Suppo and secondary Sci to a it Isno to Good crate deaf slowly going Blind beavers with a fur value in excess for a Man to run so Many ?� land near death from a gangrenous of $750,000 and 44,732 Mink Worth two or three times is All right leg injury them and serenading them with but after that it gets to be a Juan Justo died in the county flutes and horns. 51.000.000, the department said. The state to policy of paying gesture Quot he told the 13th annual Hospital on May 5, 1941. The last bounties for killing of coyotes a othe infernal noise was suffice Tamiment economic and social of his race to hit the Trail to the foxes wolves and wildcats Iri ent to tear our ears to ?� Institute last night. Thomas was Happy Hunting grounds where no vol cd a Cost of $139,832 during Poss the might tonal Gam a it the Lere the Lack aes. Ted to a Eddita a $ maj. Wiki 0dti i o Sterne nut in to id. also a a a re pub cans on a r Addi Olaid t it to � he a husky j wrote father c resp missionary j the socialist candidate five times White Man has put a Fence. A 23-year-old the last fiscal Vear. C of Chicago Quot tallest army. He brought out one Bild was stationed at fort a Gold plated one. Robinson neb., several years ago no matter How you figure peace is up to u take practice. The Only Gold top in Exi he said. A Oitt to training War dogs. While there. He met . Hana Schleiss who it Ltd mentioned that he came from a Beauty Lurk. Austria. Irater. Bild was re my feat it transferred to Germany and his with a fat it Gar clenched be he As an interpreter with the Teeth. Mangan ent the War crimes Branch of the 7th i no up and Down the a took him on frequent trips i or once letting it touch Austria. R or desk one these trips he passed j Lone by to Jig the Jerk through Lurk. He looked up 23-j e a d a of invented it year old Kina Schleiss and spent s a Quot of it took a lot of Par it Aye skiing with the Young austrian girl. A you know How these things Are a Bild said. A Oit w As one of these love at first sight ?� after Bild returned Home he started the task of getting Krna i Hinh Rug r Scotland Back to the states. She arrived p up cd n Impre Ive round of Here by plane this week and a u or ?t of. 2.140 midship immediately went on a tour of a a it f the United states naval the City to shopping renters. A a i the j St Linen from to tile Young Milwaukee an said he a it of a Treut Ted states Fleet was planning to a end his pros a e n a items due Monda Octive Bride to night school to Ort a i cd of attire d take almost As become a violin m Oti and Host a aay visit. Pick up English. Maw people. Believe tue key to the would s Tate is Pelo in the United nations some say peace May be endangered by tue u. . Some americans Ascue that War can be averted in the country pm Ains Strong through pome front Unity a Universal militant training and closer ties atm the United kingdom in be others see the dancer in Truman s doctrine foe the . A a or others so have a tool no types can be kept peaceful through Aio of the soot re Noe red by . 4 Vomer Vien is that Woss will not Raj wars if the people make f Plain to at they want peace no Metter pow you Fiol be it the future is or to music Muscles foil Holdup Indianapolis a a mrs. Barbara Kassenbrock. 43, who said 15 years of piano playing has Ien eloped her Muscles roed a Young Holdup Man with one Well. Aimed punch. Mrs. Kassenbrock. Manager cd a bicycle and toy shop said tit youth pushed a gun against her Side and ordered her into a Back she said she had a toy Plato and the a Ohe v she told in screamed although ired the gun was a then she landed a punch fled out an Amateur. Bequeaths $40,000 for cancer research Bayport i on u p a a bequest of $40,000 to carry on cancer research work is contained in the will of miss Mary Anderson a died june 2. The is Tell w is filed at Madia % wis miss Andersen s Bona i t the past 30 years

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