Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
29 Jun 1947

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29 Jun 1947

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 29, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 18, no. 8.racine, wis., sunday june 29, 1947. 8 Pask 10% favor new party by Georgi Gallup director. American Institute of Public opinion Princeton n. J tilt Wallace third party threat is not a or in Cut it Amel lean politics nor does a unique rep Reser lie c w d p such Prest a i tie Over w of id not next est in try form lid Likely get today. Bird party would at draw support from f one tenth of the voters. Bother democrats. In importance As it democratic chances it presidential elections Ould not be under a party were ballot in key big cities it embarrassing Foi the Wal i would draw v converts ranks As if not he the n de i f us a 48-in w i a the in to a late hich True Fol a if Henry Wallace starts a new Liberal political party do you think you would mite for the presidential candidate of that party in the next election v \ is. No no opinion inf of Ocsar that the port a in j j p. F iof 4 h Wallace a v to say and our Hom or w does this the a in ii a i 44 in new party 1 Tun pc Iran l ars before 1 govern per Cen it a of new in before it is Lute out of founded War in a j found 16 p willing to War party l in 1938 a cd pm am and starting dip la folic ounces the a nation party. It w Hoha de to pc me out of it it heard of t a in it. In 19 hem in by Tod \ x i a tit too vote party Sui ballot in Likely. 2�?"a v its Strong members major in Ber t w Ould be in it w Ould Farmers Des lace has a and served j lure As did Only 6 per c t u r n to groundswell of popular protest judging from pub a dings just completed by the Institute past decade there have been several third party h approximately the same political support As a d by a Mills Idle 10,000 Pittsburgh a Ltd pm a the nation s 400.000 soft Coal miners started a 10-Day vacation saturday and u. S. Steel corp. Announced immediate layoffs for 10,000 workers because of reduced operations in fuel starved steel Mills. Dig Steed said 80 of its 130 open Hearth steel furnaces in the Pittsburgh Youngstown area were fore de to close because of depleted Coal supplies. Ten additional Iron making blast furnaces in the District were banked. The corporation previously had banked 4 n because of the Wildcat pre vacation strikes which hit the Coal Fields last week. Coke production at the big Clairton byproducts Plant was Cut to 38 per cent of capacity. Railroads were beginning to feel the Pinch of the Coal shutdown crewmen faced reduced working schedules. The steel cutbacks will Force Early curtailment in operations of fabricating and finishing plants. Lift curtain Trade edict Washington up a the soviet Union must lift her economic a a Iron curtain around East Ern Europe and let these countries return to Normal Trade practices with the West if the , is to in included in the proposed euro a Ean reconstruction program it was Learned Authora ively today. That is the major a Oprice the United states probably will demand for participation in any Aid program that includes the soviet Union and her Eastern satellite. A Othis is no time for Russia to come around with her hand out a one official said. American officials admit that it will lie a big Price maybe too big a for the soviets to pay. They recognize that it will Call for a Basic change in soviet policies and they also Are aware Russia s answer will carry with it probably the answer to the whole peacemaking problem will it or will it not be worthwhile to hold any future Council of foreign ministers meetings on the German peace treaty the answer that is hot de for is unequivocal evidence by soviet foreign minister Viacheslav m. Molotov at Baris of Russia it w willingness to relax her economic grip on Europe and earnestly co operate in a recovery plan for All of Europe. Sewer clog foils mass Jailbreak Kansas City Kan. U p1 Warden Robert Hudspeth disclosed that plans for a a escape of prisoners at the Kansas state Penitentiary Here set for the night of Jill. 4 had Bee thwarted with discovery of a by font Long Tunnel leading from the Power House. Two me were caught in the Tunnel. They were placed in solitary and an investigation la mered in mediately to determine the gof clears deck for adjournment Madison a up the republi-1 the can majority in the Wisconsin Bohm legislature last week began to Clear the decks of the a of must legislation which it feels should be passed before adjournment next month. The legislators aiming for in a Early in july adjournment Date. She played with matches two year old Gloria i arms of Chicago and bet two Brothers played with matches in an empty packing Case. Result cocooned in bandages Gloria lies in pain in county Hospital Lier Brothers were badly burned. Too. Lest i ii the me Art. 13%. Tik 18 la de up of definitely Ould sup Ilus 3 per Proba Bly s policies impart Yemen with is in i cry in p. I que rated re state the arty Liberal 3 per cent the Amer a dilate for k milled to entry into by the in event of the in a keep one w Ere Hen Robert of wisc on mention of progressive Ryll voters dirty w ant Ben Huey height. To honed by sympathy it figure of Osely with ears. Go the Wallace compares cd of recent it 1924. Robert la Fol Der. Polled i it per cent to vote for president. As far below the Perl Theodore Roosevelt to i kit t which polled St of the total vote in jobs plentiful for graduates Madison. ?" or University graduates Are in great demand a Survey of University of Wisconsin placement directors showed today. Unlike the graduate of to years ago today to grads often Are Able 11� choose from several Job offers the directors said. The biggest demand for College trained men and women appeared to be in journalism and teaching. Graduates in these Fields had As Many As five offers each. The University reported that it had More than 40 Job listings Iii some commercial Fields w Ith Little Hope of filling them until another i up of Commerce majors is i graduated at the end of the current summer semester. The demand for accountants is particularly heavy. Businessmen already Are requesting interviews with the 50 accountants who will graduate in september. Prof. Grant Hyde head of the school of journalism said about 115 students were graduated this year and every one who wanted a Job got one. Of the 162 teaching graduates this Spring about too took jobs and the others Are Laking around j before committing themselves. Only one of the 175 engineers who graduated in May is still unemployed. Lack of Coal May curb travel i Washington to pm a Federal transportation official pre i dieted that Railroad passenger traffic will be curtailed if the Coal miners do not go Back to work july 8. An order to that effect May come sooner if it becomes apparent that in. Agreement with Coal mine operators can be reached before their vacation period ends the official said. He noted that Nego cations w Ith John l. I it new tsp to i j United mine workers Are not even Iii Progress. It should become evident by thursday or Friday of this week whether the miners w ill return and a restrictive order is necessary the official said. He declined use of his name. The Cut with a 25 per cent reduction mentioned As the figure would be effective on passenger carriers using Coal. Meanwhile an official of the association of american railroads said a Survey of Coal stocks of Eastern carriers showed them about Normal. The picture could i change from week to week he t said a Survey has not been made a on w Estern lines. I floods recede in Missouri Kansas City of a flood Waters of the Missouri River in Gan to Drain off the Western half of the state and gathered for a Junction with the raging Mississippi above St. Louis posing the threat of additional heavy damage along the Gulf Bot ind Stream. The red Cross announced 33.657 persons had by in made homeless a the four state area of Iowa. Nebraska. Missouri and Illinois by the raging tide. Tributaries of the big Muddy were falling slowly in the Western half of Missouri although the danger from additional rainfall still was present the weather Bureau Here reported. West and North of Kansas City River water w hich had inundated Lush cropland and highways was receding evenly. Editor upholds Freedom of press Stock Yard strike in Omaha ends Omaha. Neb it up it of Stock handlers at Stock Yards against Stock Yard is co. End returned to we Tork the Alia Der use of i re of t i me led 22 Roselle Supai 5,000,-if the new idling Fin the Chich is in party would draw e from labor Union from any other Snong Mem per cent say they such a party have least Apical to the the fact that Walla Ming background Secretary of Agricula father before him. It it of Farmers in 4. Column 3 Molotov insists . Direct Marshall plan Baris. A in Pic soviet foreign minister v. M. Molotov was understood to have demanded that the United nations be Given the task if carrying out any plan for european economic recovery agreed upon by the big three. This was in line w Ith earlier forecasts and the comment of the soviet was understood to have outlined his views at a meeting of the big three which like the first meeting was held under a veil of secrecy. And the men immediately. The strike was settled the company and in real up w a. Cio with the my of a contract granting increases of from 7 to 17 cents hour or an average increase to cents Harry b. Off a pre Dent of the company said. Bar Board spanks Milwaukee lawyer i Green Bay. ?"up a a re. Port of the Board of state bar commissioners a of condemned the conduct of atty. August c. Backus jr., of Milwaukee in accepting Money from the Crucible steel casting co for a trip he did not take but asserted the action a does not warrant the commencement cd disbarment proceedings against him Quot Tho Hoard s Reky it was based on study of a complaint by the Betws then Milwaukee bar association growling out of a recent Federal court trial in which several former officers of the company were convicted of income tax evasion Larkin was counsel for some of the officers involved. A the strike the Omaha the Union d saturday 155. Sign wage an of Side flying pastor picked by prohibitionists Winona Lake id a up Claude a. Watson the a flying pastor Quot cd los Angeles calif., was nominated for president cd the United states by the National prohibition party Watson won Over a Surprise candidate. Or. Enoch a. Holtwick Greenville. Iii., College professor after three other prospective nominees withdrew from the Rac e. Watson is minister of a free methodist Church. Extends marriage Hil l. Wash i not no it up it a president Truman saturday signed a Bill extending until Jan. I the present Law under which aliens engaged to marry members cd the u. S armed forces May enter the United states. Heads lither leagues ?" a the Rev. Oscar a. Anderson. 30, pastor cd the Lake Harriet lutheran Church. Minneapolis was elected president id the International Young people s league and choral Union. ?"basil l. Wal ters executive editor cd the Knight Chain of newspapers asserted a any Man or a Jinan should have the j right to publish As he pleases just As he has the right to speak As he ?� Walters executive of the Chicago daily new s and three other dailies. Addressed the closing session of t in american society of journalism school administrators. Walters said he did not believe it would by Good for America or the world. To permit a system to grow Upa whereby a writer would have to i have a License on hts Wall stating that he is a professional journal a ?� the newspaper executive said j no prescribed schooling should be required of journalists nor should All schools cd journalism be standardized. Newspapers he averred should by individualistic in order to serve their communities ind. Fri nabs robber hiding in Green Bay Milwaukee. A a ii. K Johnson special agent in charge of the Milwaukee i office announced that Edward Saxton 40. I formerly cd Elmhurst. Ill had Lieen captured at Green Bay. Wis., on a Federal charge of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution. Johnson said Saxton was wanted in connection with filling station holdups in Illinois and Idaho the theft cd a car in Illinois and the passing of several worthless checks. Completed one of their by weeks. The republicans h nightly caucuses to Speed up program and decided to v Hack monday for an Early s next week. At the beginning cd the week. Both houses listened to acting gov. Oscar Rennebohm first declaration cd legislative policy. The governor told the legislators that they would have to increase taxes. Pashes school Aid in line with the governor to suggestions t in Assembly which contributed most of the week s major action passed the Compromise $22,000.000-a-year school Aid Bill. The Hill which now goes to the Senate requires $13,575,000 More than the $8.500,finn provided for school aids in the budget Hill. 2 More firms restrict Oil Chicago Opp two More of companies announced that they would restrict sales cd gasoline in the middleweight because of the fuel shot Tage. Socony vacuum Oil co. And Shell Oil co. Amounted they would limit sales during Luly and August to the amount sold during the same months last year. Earlier last week similar announcements were made by Standard Oil co. Cd Indiana and Chilli a Petroleum. States included in the area w Here sales will be limited Are Illinois Indiana. Michigan and Wisconsin. Bugs s romances bared to police los Angeles up a Benjamin bugs siegels to romances with the childhood sweetheart he married and a red haired Divorcee who gave him a Gold key to her Home were described to police investigating his Gangland slaying mrs. Esther siege said she and siege i a Oboth Felt As though our divorce had never taken bocce said she gave them information that May help solve siegels to murder. Chark Hill said the Dapper gang Leader was violently in love with his sister red haired mysterious Virginia Hilt. Hill was present when Siegel was assassinated a week ago in the palatial Beverly Hills Home his sister rented. He said miss Hill always had plenty of Money but he did no to know where she got it. Once he said she saw a 1917 Cadillac she liked and pulled out $6,400 Cash to buy it. A Ojust a few weeks ago she gave a Champagne party in Hollywood for 20 guests and i done to know where she got the dough to pay for it a he said. Siegel reportedly picked up a $6,000 Check for one of miss Hill s parties. Giving an audion to in next Assembly ignored on reapportionment of the legislative districts and his wishes on the Highway question. The governor said it a would be unwise to add 1,000 ?� to the state trunk Highway system. However this feature was incorporated in a Bdl passed Friday and sent to the Senate which would lift the $36,000,000 ceiling on Highway expenditures the Bill allows an estimated $4,000,000 More to tas it ent on the highways Grants i cd to i. 3 a Senate Page de Biti the University of wisc on tiler $1,000,000 and $171 tile National guard for t two years the Assembly killed measures outlawing jurisdictional strikes and requiring Wisconsin employ ment relations Board so per vision a St All strike votes. In other important actions last week. The Senate passed a Bdl to increase the University Board of regents from nine to 12 members and gave final approval to creation i it an anti Trust div l Ion in die attorney general s office both houses passed a state workers pay increase Bdl. The most important Bdl signed into Law by the governor was one touting tag for the next two years die emergency taxes on Cigar ets dividends inheritance and gifts the four taxes Are expected to i yield $ 16,000 too in the next to o years. Governor Renne Bohm saturday signed All of the legislature s ret Oid breaking $105,420,152 budget Hill except two sections that would take Moory for r err rational and Vrr using and the entire Cost of county payments from the conservation fund. Senator demands full Oil probe Washington in a senator Brewster rep. Maine called for a full inquiry into Why the Navy must import millions of barrels of of from Arabia White russian tankers Are carrying u. S. Petroleum away from West coast ports meanwhile chairman Weichel rep. Ohio of the House merchant Marine committee introduced a Bdl which would make curbs on Oil exports mandatory in time of shortage. Under existing legislation the controls Are at the a res Identa to discretion. Brewster said he would follow up a Resolution to authorize an investigation of the whole Oil shortage question by the Senate Commerce committee. Pilot loses shirt in air plane crash Marshfield wis �?"4aa�?"l w Whitmer re Columbus Ohio lost his shirt in a crash an air plane i rash that is. Whitmer a Pilot was taking two Marshfield residents Bob Davis and his son. Jack 5. For an air plane ride when engine trouble Over the City caused Whitmer to attempt a forced Landing in a farm Yard inside the City limits. The plane undershot slightly j striking a High Board Fence. None of the occupants were injured but one of the Fence boards ripped through the Side of the aircraft and Tore off Whitmer to shirt. Identity of other prisoners we Tho had worked on the Tunnel described by the Warden As an a engineered Job a the Tunnel diggers had tapped a sewer line to dispose of the ear and Rock removed from the Bors it was that which led to their apprehension. Lob nearly done Hudspeth said a thursday night a sewer dog developed at the Power House and in sending a plumber out to open it. It was discovered fruit Inu 7 rocks Clay and dirt had clogged it a Oon further Warden s state found the Tunnel was it feet of going under the a plan was underway ? r through do tuned a the fourth of july the night of i depth had been set for the m fro the Power House b Tunnel diggers figured Tiik considerable Firewo arid excitement in the of Lansing adjoining i propel to. Invest i tent ? i. The t 19 a few a and enc Day so escape Ca Vise the pre would is noise it in town in prison pastor granted stay to Appeal Milwaukee f a or Johr Lewis 73-year-Oiq Clergyman a sentenced saturday to a term of one to five years at hard labor in state prison a a result of his conviction on a charge of ars in. The court granted a St avel execution to sept 15 to permit the preparation of an Appeal and vet bored at $5.ooo in passing Venter judge Herbert j six of regret the nees to remove Tempo in important work in one of his own Weir served Church i 5 ear a jury found the scholarly minister i fashionable Calvary of Church on Jan. 25, re a from it hit to Vine 11 $ ears. Ill j a in i f 11 a t $150,000 Blaze or lev served the congregation years. Before sentencing the Man. Judge Stet irs Den tense motions to set aside dict and order a new in St i in i i bad w 19 a Otho can w. Ii i 1 disturb the verdict of die j said judge strikes. A the d Dant had the right to a trial by and that right was exercised pc ?� atty Harry v. Measler had indicated prior to the hearing dial of his my it tons were denied he would ask for a stay of execution lending an Appeal to the supreme court. Lenies i motion. Meissner submitted 12 motion to the court ail of which judge Steffes denied. Tho included that the court set aside the verdict on the grounds that it we contrary to the evidence presented in the trial second that if the first motion were denied the verdict be set aside third that if the first two motions were denied there w is a reasonable doubt1 that the judgment should stand and fourth that if All three were denied a new trial should be granted. The state announced earlier it we Tould make no n for leniency in the pastor sentencing a names new Dean Madison uhf the Board of trustees of Stout Institute Menomonie. Announced saturday appointment of or. Alice Kirk of Denver As Dean of its Home economics division.$2. Corn Aii time Price record reached ravage thousands of farm acres i tied of flood and abnormal sprint rain that delayed Plant Lur in Corn Belt stairs will he frit throughout the world. Corn i hair it s. Crop and Ila rest affect All our National Larder. Fine of the first results of anticipated Scarcity was to Send Price of july delivery Corn skyrocketing to Over $2 a Bushel in the Chicago Board of Trade. It was highest Price Ever recorded in 99-year history of the Exchange. Highest previous futures Price was is 99 1-8 per Bushel. In july 1919. Spot Corn prices also soared but fell abort of Tho 12.49 Mark reached Taal september. Planting deadline was june 15. After which planting is risky. Manv Farmers slowed and planted All night to make up for lost time. Big risk now la Early fall Frog. On Marrh i. Dept of agriculture estimated 87.599.000 acres in Corn. With crop of Over 31 billion bushels. By june i weather forced experts to reduce this 20 to 25 per cent. Corn is important Factor in livestock and Dairy product Lon. National livestock producers to association forecasts continued Rise in prices of Rorn fed meat. Price of Range and pasture cattle beef will remain Static or drop. Pork shortage also expected Doe to delayed Harvest. Europe to hungry millions May suffer because of had weather in America. Sharp reduction in Corn production May Force curtailment of government program for feeding needy abroad. Heavy Export demand was Factor in sending prices to record Levels

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