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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 2, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 17, . 43._�?�_racine, w1s., sunday March 2, 1947.__ 8 rages poll tax on non voters proposed in state conscience works half Century late for schoo marm Lexander Graham Bell. Born March 3, 1847 a a youth made in Dot talk or or Miff Ila vocal chords. Teaching the deaf talk became Beira Mutton after his Mother lost her heart be. Taugh i schools for Tho deaf. First Telephone of 1878 at top. And its predecessor Tho har meat Telegraph of 1871. A emr. Walton Corno hero a want Ron was a emr word it talks. Exclaimed Horn Pedro the first test. And Watson rash in shooting emperor of Brasil when Bell Ca Hibi Ted his True 117. Boll i Hoard ovary Mew Phons 1878. I Fredonia Bas a i in a we a i up who had a guilty Cor, for More than half a Century Ever cheating on an examination ,.o paid off her debt Wilson county school superintendent Carl e. Streaker said he j received a $75 Check from Tho woman who wrote that she had a cribbed i used poles in a teach i Era examination she lock n a she asked that the Money he paid i a Rural District where she had taught for three months esp Liming that the Felt the District should 1 be reimbursed for her salary. Dewey Stassen Lead list of gop favourites by George Gallup director. American Institute of Public opinion Princeton. N. March a Tair Thomas e. Dewey of York continues head the Republican presidential i<4-1 among the i 0.1 Aik ii rid file. A nation wide poll 3ffi it Titi Deer Vandenberg a sup it Ort i t about the same As in Ike still mentioned. I it though he has definitely unwed himself out of the ruling Genera Dwight d. Eisen War a a substantial null it or votes n e present poll. He. A senator John w. Fir irk Goi vice presidential can Idale in 1944. Have the same pro it. R. Of support among the.p rank and file. Ret ugh can voters naming a e today for the 1948 g up. Imma on Divide As follows As imps red december today dec. 48 Dewey. 45� 52% Stassen. Is 17 Taft. 8 2 Vandenberg. 8 9 Bricker. 6 8 Eisenhower. 6 2 Macarthur. 3 2 Warren. 3 s others. I 3 of or possibilities mentioned the rest is history exhibit shows chairs through the Ages Mea while former Minnesota a Emor Harold e. Stassen the in a in my tile let who has an be d he candidacy holds his an. End pm tile i t of popular p referent is u. S a a tor a share third pin they Are senator Arthur h Vandenberg of Michigan and senator Robert a. Taft of Ohio. Both in the running. B the of these men Are conceded by political exerts be very much i the running for 1948. Vandenberg has of course won u. Be acclaim in recent months for int pert he has played in internal i 3 affair.4 senator Taft has enhanced his reputation As one of top Republican figures in the u s. Senate. Ber Dor Taft makes a Good la owing in today s poll. He has picked up a substantial amount ? be w following since the poll in de it Ember at that Tim Only two per cent the republicans polled men cd him the Man they would pre ident in 194h. a. A a a a ii tire Hinds id eight rent a jump of a i Lien it Richmond. A. A Ca a Al though people have Otjen sitting for a Long time now it remained for the Virginia my Henrt of Fine arts produce a slightly relaxed exhibit Here in a the Art of seating a the development of the chair Down through the Ages. After viewing the wooden subject matter museum officials decided that what was needed was a Little life they threw open their is and it period costume cases jo4 colognes head of the photo department of Richmond newspapers inc. Or. Colognes took i role with relish As the accompanying photos show. The my urn s sit Down Saga begins with the grandeur that was Muftic enter that Noble senator Octavius Colognori. Poles phone Home Warsaw up a Poland established telephonic communications with the United states for the first Lime since the War. Several Hundred americana flooded the Exchange with Calls Home. Thingies Are hard All Over thinks he. This chair was Good for front but it sure was Tough on the rear. Family horse share House Freeport a a a Freeport woman who with her husband and then two children live in a Small Shack which also houses a horse has written president Truman telling him of her family a living conditions a Federal House expediter disclosed. Homer t. Satoris Rockford 111., Federal housing expediter said that the ie1 tor written by mrs. Leroy Schlegel or. Truman was Clit him and he was ordered investigate tile conditions. Sow said or. And mrs. Schlegel and their two children a 16-year-old girl and a 15-year-Obi boy lived in a �?~20 by 20 foot and a Horst was sheltered under the same roof. Only a partition a with crack in it you could put your thumb through a separate the family from the animal a sow is said. A tile Federal official a Aid the Schlegel told him they paid $5 weekly for their quarters. He disclosed that mrs. Schlegel in her letter or. Truman said a my husband works hard and we can afford make a Down payment tin a Home of our own. We Are proud full blooded americans and i think this ought come your sows said new Home has been found for the Soh it gels. Butter suit etc., Given Truman by Reedsburg Washington up a president Truman received Many gifts but it remained for the citizens of Reedsburg wit., saturday outdo previous donors for a variety. Through senator Wiley Ltd was they gave the president ten pounds of butter one shirt one Black suit with six blouses and material for a suit for Margaret Truman one Case each of Corn and fleas and one Rase of Beer. Senator Wiley a accompanied the while House by Eugene , of Reedsburg one of the 40 High school winners in the annual science Talent search and the senators 6-year-old grandson Alexander Wiley Wilde of Milwaukee. A. Young Wilde came out of the prom Dent a office smiling he had a toy Auto which the president had Given him and the autograph of general Dwight d. E Benhower army chief of staff who had just called on or. Truman. Well curved Job was this italian medieval period piece a Savonarola chair. Lady has Mona Elsa garb. Signal system in brain traced it 4 Leveret Saltonstall u. I urn Page 3. C of. 3. ship for Luciano May be sent by air Havana a i. Ion Luciano May remain in i e Tim it a immigration station f me t me unless the cuban i err ment ran find a ship on vhf t Deport him or decides Send him by air. The governments plan Dis Lucia ii Italy March 4 t a fell through when it was Ive red that the ship in ques v i not returning Genoa it. Port of departure. The Board of health issued a v g he condemnation of the i lied a Tea cancellation of a rial narcotics shipments i a w i in Luciano remains on land the u pre in court a fed it of an attempt win Luciano a Freedom Iii Cuba. parking Augu t huf of Milwaukee and Frances his Bride of six months live apart because of the hooking shortage. Recently they were rotting in his car before saying Good night when up popped policemen ordering them cease and desist. Huf tric d explain but the police were sceptical. Huf got in a Huff said if he had a gun head shoot them. Result cast continued for six months with Promise Dron charges if huts would Stop letting in marked cars. By Howard w. Blakeslee new Pic discovery of an extensive nerve signal Exchange in the human brain working like a great Telephone Exchange is described in an article by Karl u. Smith University of Wisconsin psychologist. This Exchange connects the two halves of the brain. The evidence came from some unusual surgical a rations by or. William p. Van Wangene of the Tim verify and some studies by or. Andrew air Laitis Wiio of Ieru cd with Smith. Thought routed. The surgery Cut Many of the nerve connections Between the right and left halves of the brain. The cuts were made for medical reason4-. Six persons who had these operations vere tested both before and after for sight touch and ability think. I there was Only one difference i afterwards. The my were a fraction of a second slower in their mental processes. It was As if a toe nerve connections that Hadj been severed were replaced by i detours that took a Little More i time. The explanation is probably not As simple As that. Apparently the brain As a whole. Or one Large j i Section of it takes Over when its in. A a a spacial nerve circuits Are lost. Pm testimony in Smith hat appear Toviy the the Black Market sugar stamp ring new routing of brain messages investigation before a Federal after the direct connections were grand jury has increased the a 1 Cut Between the two halves took place through the sub cortical j centers that is those below the great cortex which forms the top of the human brain and where sight touch and thought and other abilities Are primarily controlled. World association used. Each half of the human brain is presumed be Able a Complete Job by itself if the other i half is gone. Hut Iii the Wisconsin experiments the Well known Cross i ing action by w hich the left Side i of the brain moves the right hand. And the left Eye sees with the right Side of Gray matter was used find out what happened with the scope widens in sugar Case Parent scope of the Racket most of the Eastern half of the nation a government prosecutor said. Nathan m. Cohen assistant u. S. District attorney said the probe a is still turning up new information and predicted the grand jury would vote additional indictments this w Eek. Fourty four indictments have already been returned. Cohen said that estimates of the amount of sugar diverted into illegal channels based upon the number of stolen and bogus sugar Stamps sold have been revised 7,000.000 pounds a figure he called Federal attorneys said there hat been information uncovered As Yew made it this thrown that a right i it hair. Lew or Oak was used widely in Rasas chairs of elizabethan times. Why senator hrs turned courtier in the Law a per Tod. Standing by a Graceful gilded chair. shoes six Hoo a in Finland shoe priorities men who must work in the forests and Many children ire absent from school because they Lack foot covering. Typical is 8-year-old Anja Paakkari of Torma. Using old yarn salvaged from a much worn sweater Given her by the american red Cross More than a year ago and wielding Needles that Are Mere pieces of w ire she knits a pair of socks for herself. Shell Wear them without shoes. Main Cross nerve lines severed. Be ii a the. Thought test was Given by waa Hopes Sale won t a open Hospital word association where hearing or seeing one word suggests another. Fairful Little Fairful be moustached j. Coon i a Ltd it Nori joyfully Settle into Gay nineties . Tables turned by lobbyist Madison Witt a p a the tables were turned saturday in the controversy that has raged in the last two weeks Over lobbyists. Roger s. Hoar lobbyist for the Bucyrus Erie ., South Milwaukee. Reported the Secretary of state that he did not buy any meals or drinks for legislator during february. A on the contrary he a a Assembly v Man my Par i. In s my Par i and ism. Tonight in a St 35 lunch >5�t it a natural Gas lobby Battle enliven week first state hav we. Radio Bdl a mate labor and act tying purported members of a a the old gang of the late Al Capone its. Jill j cd Down avonts make know All about it the in Tenor department received this letter from a mrs. Sandelbaum of Brooklyn not otherwise identified dear sirs will you Send me some information. My class is studying about the sugar ring. Jap c cannibals seized Manila aha thirty four cannibalistic japanese have been captured in the isolated Jungles of North Central my Dinar. The philippine department of Interior was advised. Over with a bang Washington a a a Wauna a big noise the War As sets administration today offered 27,,Coo pounds of . For it ale. Tile explosive which Cost the government $3.. will be peddled Iti lots of at least 1,500 pounds. It come in crystals flakes and one Pound anti half Pound blocks. At Tomah next week Tomah. Veter ans administration announced i that the new veterans hos a Pital Here would open tuesday with the arrival of 67 patients from the Mendota Hospital. Or. George Rice. Hospital Man i Ager said that or. L. F. A it a Al had been appointed clinical a Rector. A Mil Fri served As assistant clinical Delector of the a Hospital at Downey Iii . Ding tin association Hoe Bel reported spending $78 55 on meals refreshments and entertainment tor 44 Parson. He said his personal expenses during february were $138 55, making i his total expenditures fur the i month $217. I foe be i said legislation was discussed when he i entertained the la Arma leers. Eyes plan can food surpluses Send abroad Washington a up a rep Reid f. Murray r., wis. Has announced that he is studying a plan can All food surpluses for shipment food shortage areas abroad. Murray said he had in mind surplus potatoes and skim milk. A soup made of these two surplus commodities would far toward feeding Europe a hungry and w out prevent waste Here. He said. Murray said millions of bushels of potatoes and millions of pounds of milk both valuable food could be u. Cd in food shortage areas. He also predicted that the present surplus potato situation would not have occurred in pre War years. More people eat More potatoes when economic conditions Are bad Murray said but in times such As these people shun potatoes and seek a a More expensive and fancy he claimed that the recent 10-rent floor Price of skim milk would eventually cause a shortage Ainee it will tend discourage production. Would classify new adm stations As Cor they would come nod monopoly Law the p not its newspapers or radio stations that using space As comm under the monopoly person who enters into an agreement restrain Supply or the Price of and commodity is la Hie a Tine of from Sido $3,000. Another Bill affecting newspapers will be heard thursday by the Senate judiciary c . Arguments will be on a Bill sponsored by sen. Schlabach Ken Lacrosse which would make per sons who give false or malicious advertisements guilty of a mss me a nor it is sponsored by tee i Wisconsin daily newspaper league More rude Al hearings a Bill requiring Date of als land legislators file annual income statements for Public Inscoe Hock will be heard thursday by the amenable judiciary it Maut toe. A measure setting of a 46-hour five Days ctr week for Sta a employees will be heard thursday by the Assembly St a affairs committee. Rills for licensing of auctioneers and produce buyers Are scheduled for bearings wednesday by the Assembly agriculture committee hearings on the governor s budget Bills will continue tuesday wednesday and thursday before the joint finance committee lorry i ight feverish pit h Madison wis a ibo charge of illegal lobbying on the natural Gas tax repeal Bill Rose a feverish pitch in the legislature last week. It was the second straight week that the National Gas Bill grabbed the legislative spotlight. Dane county dish Ary. Edam Wilkie stepped in last weekend investigate the charges that lobbyists both for and against the by. Were spending big Money in an attempt win legislators their Side of the Tome. There were rumours that one senator had been offered a bribe change Feu vote Wilkie would not comment about them. But. He did say some of me tem Pace 5. Col. La Gandhi Toi Calcutta aha Mohandas k Gandhi plans leave East Ben-1 Gal in an american jeep on the first Lap of a journey the hindu province of Bihar continue his Campaign for Ahimsa non Viogt Lence. 100th birthday of inventor who dreamed of telegraphing7 voices male population of Waynesboro in Goatee Derby Waynesboro. A �?o�?T�?1th.s Small Southern Rynn Sylvania Geranium is Well on the Way a Ward becoming the most be whiskered town in the nation. The male population a i erupt a Many has started a Beard growing Marathon vowing not w eld a razor until the Community begins its Mesqui Centennia Celebration july 8 Burgess Harry c. Funk has posted an official in my Unity award for the blackest reddest and longest beards come a shaving while the Junior chamber of Commerce has organized a a a Mesqui whiskers club open Tola who started from a a scratch Tost month

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