Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
9 Mar 1947

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9 Mar 1947

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 09, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 17, no. 44.Racine, wis., sunday March 9. 1947. 8 Page Sall gop senators to Confer monday night Macarthur tops let in help Greece on hit Parade demand to president of la. S. Public a Georgi Galli p direr Lor. American Institute of Public opinion Princeton n. ?"cen. Doughs Macarthur and Gen. Dwight d Eisenhower Are the two men who head the list again this year admired most by u. S _ a is of a kill u he h voters in life were asked person living today in people Public. His is on the the nation in walks of we the world do you Here i. N 3. 4. 5. A. R. 9. To. He part of re most Are the lint to on the Lister it of fit que no y of mention Douglas Macarthur Dwight d. Tison Horr Winston Churchill Harry s. Truman George c. Marshall Eleanor Roosevelt James f. Byrnes Pope Pius Aii yester Kenny Thomas l. Dewey t stands ?" put a representative Clarence Brown rep., Ohio has called on president Truman to turn the critical greek situation Over to the United nations immediately. Brown protested in Strong terms the administration to a of secrecy in making plans for possible direct intervention in the strife i torn Mediterranean country to affairs. I Browne to views were contained in a statement issued shortly after the White House said or. Truman probably will make an announcements but not a policy statement a on the greek crisis monday. The president plans a conference car. The problem that Day with key congressional and government leaders. At the state department the British ambassador and acting Secretary of state Acheson con greeks willing to be sheltered under . Wing feared for 20 minutes on the greek matter. Brown declared in his statement that a othe administration is rendering a grave disservice to the american people by shrouding the greek situation in ?� he asserted that a othe people Are entitled to a change in technique a they do not want these mysterious ?� he expressed a of surprised that president Truman has not made Public a whatever proposal he has in rather than seemingly to cultivate suspense and then permit congressional leaders to see his proposed message to Congress Only an hour or to o before it is sent to the ?� meanwhile Secretary of the Navy Forresta i cancelled plans to american intervention Are the Exalter Fleet Maneu vers in the Caribbean. He and a party of congressmen were scheduled to ii ave Washington monday. Salonika a of a if the United states takes Over the British role in Greece she will be welcomed As a possible Savior by the peaceful Middle Road half of the 7.000. 100 greeks. Some grow inc Rich. The peasants and non communist workers who constitute a majority of the imputation will lie the strongest supporters for the United states if she assumes the complicated political and financial task. They Long have been pro Ameri can. Already vigorously denouncing be a highly re eating reflection of the american . It will provide interesting material of the sociologist and for students of the Public or. This country. Students will find it significant t at the first to includes no great industrialist or businessman no famous educator or scholar or a dentist no Nam Papular in sports or the theater. In fact these people Are All with one exception in some aspect of Public affairs. The Lone exception is Kenny. It is Iso interesting to note that Tare of the top to Are from out i or the United states Churchill Pope Pius and sister Kenny. In in 9 some changes have taken place or. The top to since last year. There Are three newcomers George c Marshall Pope Pius Xii and sister Kenny. The three not included in the top Henry a. Wallace Herbert Hoover and Harold e. Stassens la receive very prominent mention in the poll this year. For purposes of comparison h free scientists doctor pleads f by re last year to top people i. Douglas Macarthur i. Dwight d. Eisenhower 2. Harry s i. Truman 4. Eleanor k mgt so Volt 5 Winston i Harrhill 6. Herbert Hoover a Henry Wallace $. Thomas e. Dewey 9. Harold i l Stassen pc. James f. Byrnes r among the men polled the top be most admired persons Are . Macarthur Churchill and Truman. Is choices Mac Aren Truman. Eleanor and Churchill. Pick Eisenhower Arthur Churchill a renal the i Bur. In Minneapolis a Olp a or. Maurice Visscher president of the american association of scientific workers called on the United states to slate department to fight a of persecution of scientists and educators in Greece Portugal and Ai Gentina. Visscher chairman of the University of Minnesota department of physiology address the Appeal to Secretary of state George Marshall and under Secretary Dean Acheson in a letter charging the governments with a of desecration of Freedom of thought and ?� a oin the Light of our country to Well known advocacy of demo Tacy in All parts of the world and in the Light of its great influence moral and ?� Visscher wrote a owe believe it is imperative that our government take the initiative in protesting the repressions of Freedom by the governments of Greece Portugal and ?t he proposed that the u. S. Call attention of the United nations organization to the charges. Included in the memorandum were charges that Greece had Dis mussed 17 professors most of whom had Lieen Active anti nazis and forbidden appointment a Oto apy Post whatsoever for life a and that Argentina had forced at least 1,200 members of the universities research institutions health technical and educational services from their jobs. Me Ihn n 8 mat by. Tui no met in. A. Be w Var win. Most prominently Menthe present poll after 0. Include elder states Nard b Baruch. Henry e. Premier Joseph Stalin k. Gandhi senator Jenberg of Michigan Lei i columnist. Henry. Ford. Cordell Hull. Herbert Hoover and Albert Einstein id Justice Sake Salem ii a up a curtain in front to the jury Box screened lady jut is limbs. Judge James Mcmack ordered the blackout. 167 or More dead in Punjab rioting new Dei Jil Goiri religious i rioting spreading to the Northern extremes of Punjab province has killed 250 persons in Rawalpindi in the mountainous Northwest Frontier area it was announced of j j finally. The announcement brought the official confirmed death toll in three Punjab cities Multan. Amritsar and Rawalpindi to 167. Officials said it would run much , As Many bodies have not Leen recovered. Fighting in Rawalpindi injured 200 persons an announcement said. Battling among moslem sikhs and hindus eased in Lahore the provincial capital. Liberty ship cracks in two Deal. ?" up a the former american Liberty ship Harry Percy broke in two on the Goodwin Sands saturday with an ear splitting crack causing Many of her frightened Crew to jump overboard without waiting for lifeboats. Within four hours the 7.244-ton vessel was a total we treck. Several of her 34-Man Crew suffered minor injuries. There were no passengers aboard. The ship was bound for Antwerp with 4,000 tons of american Coal. A of never knew a ship to break up so quickly or we tilth such ?� coxswain Fred Upton one of the rescuers said. A owe were about 300 Yards away from her when there a a terrific bang and bits of Metal were Flung into the air some Landing in our Lifeboat. A of never saw such panic in All my life. Lifeboats were lowered from the ship at random and men were jumping into them not even waiting for their comrades. Some drifted away on the ?� to erne left and a of business political men growing Rich in the present confused situation. The communists furiously condemn a othe third occupation a German. British american. The conservative business political warns bitterly. A beware of americans bearing ?� on the greek right arc the rigid monarchists with about 35 it or cent of the political strength. The extreme left or communists have about is it or cent. Between these Are the Broad mass of people who just want peace and Lack leadership. This forces them to vote left or right. Armed opposition against the government is led by the communists. As a direct business investment american participation in Greece would yield almost no return. As a Long term political investment it might halt a further soviet March toward the Mediterranean. Many responsibilities. American responsibility would be 1. Restoring the nation to Economy. 2. Feeding the hungry. 3. Eradicating the main causes of discontent and insecurity w hich nourish revolt 4. Encouraging the people to accept any political Rule which offers Hope. 5. Trying to figure out a Way to oust the increasingly unpopular greek regime without letting in the extreme left. Thumbs Down on thumb8uckjng�?"if 10-year-old Carole Hayes of Emeryville. Calif Trie to suck her thumb As usual she Tell have to Stop to say a of ouch to to to Carole a chronic thumb sucker by show n being fitted with a a of Hayfork with Sharp fangs. The anti sucking device was dreamed up by or. Charles a. Sweet associate professor of operative dentistry at the san Francisco College of physicians and surgeons who says thumb sucking causes a Quarter of All dental deformities in children. Keep rationing j n p a by f by arrests on sugar vote Yodler grandpa state fugitive work of red Cross in Racine centers on local service by t. Faxon Hall j Back to the Job of helping our director of Public rotations own boys and girls now Home Racine chapter. American from War. Back to the Job red Crow. I bringing a smile to the lips of i sincerely believe that the ser he the who cannot me Home from. _. _ i their Hospital Beds. Back to the vices which your red Cross Chap teaching our own children ter has Given your own Community swimming and life saving that have passed unnoticed and in j they they May lie protected from Kung. Unnecessary hazards. Back to during the last few years the the Job of instructing responsible pressure of War focused our eyes people in our own Industrial on horizons far beyond the limits j plants the essentials of first Aid of our own City. As we watches that our workers May be Given the changing kaleidoscopic move doctor asserts ?" up a a one j i new York. Fri agent year Extension of sugar rationing i Chi ago Oil a nip of us is an Ted Wilfred gon Euti 35, of ,. _ by is just what the doctor ordered a a. _ _. And Price controls was recon. ,. Poplar win. Saturday on a Fugi a ii pm 1 for grandpa and grandma too j mended to the Senate saturday Tyr Edward l. Bortz associate live warrant charging that he fled by its banking committee by a to professor of Medicine at the urn prosecution by Wisconsin Antholine 3 vote verify of Pennsylvania told 1.500 tics at the a me Lime the a of a a Quot a a a � it of a a medical society s annual clinical Goncus who was worm _ recommended that administration i it of error it. Pm boy in a Brooklyn Bool sugar controls be shifted from i probably the most useful Ait Alley at the time of his arrest the opa to the agriculture de in treating the elderly patient is is wanted in n pertinent us soon As the Extension whisky. It is a splendid tonic and Glary Jailbreak becomes Law. Tor a number of burglaries Ommy turd there in t942. Who was working As a in f. I Iso or Quick and expert care in Case of would tie a Oless rigid than for Accident. Back to the Job of Merly although the so called his a siding the nurses in our own Tori Al base Quot would be retained. Hospitals that our sick May have a More adequate attention. Back a a t j sex i a l. To the Job of rendering our own v0l0 Cloys udut t \ my assault. Soothing to the jangled nerves it was believed he will he held whisky is certainly one of the Best for prosecution Here As a four scan tor Flanders rep., to sedatives when used in adequate time offender with a mandatory who told reporters about the ?� Hie sentence if convicted decision after a lengthy closed Bortz said geriatrics treatment Gorhau escaped from a Monti door said that the Agricula i of a Derl it a a of Quot a a a cd a a Quot Quot a Al j 11�"� ?5�?, or major specially. A 20-year-old to year. While awaiting Trail for Bat Ture department had assured St n Day can look Forward to As Many Diar izing a Ferndale to. Yum actors that every housewife we Tould years of life As a new born baby Mer Camp of $3,500. In effecting receive 35 pounds of sugar this could in 1900. He said. He said a Bis escape he allegedly assaulted year. Or about to pounds More Tigue and obesity were two of the prison guard Simon Glaser than allowed under rationing last greatest life Short Eners tor old a year. J folks. Flanders said that there also a would in More sugar available for � a Cen Den cd milk a Oto avoid dumping Lola of so roof la jul old a str St Quot Rifi Ess Rike no inc the senator said that Industrial f Mil wat Kee p a Ray dryer allocation it sugar to Bakers i Secretary of the tet Ephon Randy makers bottlers and others of Wisconsin announced 30 jailed in raid on Milwaukee club crisis abroad stirs meeting of republicans Washington to the Senate Republic pc. Committee saturday decided to submit to a conference it f Alt senators m a tia night a report on International affairs up to r turn of continuing rent c it a troll chairman Taft it r o a. Said senator Vander Brg r Mic chairman o eign relations i would report on in development in the the president Truman conference with legislative in afters m Ida a the monday Hight is Iofi also will attempt to a it Udif y rep by ran opinion Ort what f a do a Wuy rent controls and the opa. Taft told wants quirk of % Ariton. It thu personal a Pinion the Ohio senator said. The. It tics pm ii should act soon to Ira is i � or t n to sugar and Rice Contr is so if a i o i it fitter i Prehl a to Mil til hairs Nan Cai net Binm be i Ais by ung mint of Battle we forgot that we too were part of that same intricate pattern. Racine red Cross is not a National or International organization. It is fundamentally and i health department trained and Al Kane nor ear air ocal service opera invaluable assistance in our own urge ii in Mil irrevocably a local Bon. It was Only the demands of \ Public health program. Back i War that made it temporarily oth to the Job of extending a helping i Serwise. I hand far above and beyond the now the War has ended and red Call of duty to our own people. Cross has turned its attention yes Racine red Cross is Back Back to the people with whom it from War ,.and doing a Good is basically an integral part. Job. Washington a the Whit House announced that Margaret Truman to radio debut has been postponed until March 16 because of a severe attack of laryngitis. The Guild Hail filed a 30-Day strike notice and in charge of unfair labor practices against the Lacrosse Telephone corp. Dryer said the Guild won bargaining rights from the International brother he a gtd of electrical workers Al amt was certified As the bargaining agent Jan. \6 by the Wisconsin employment tat ions Board. Milwaukee on special pneumatic ram police detectives broke through three steel Guild jacketed doors in a predawn i of Friday i Oft the Ogden social club thirty persons were taken into custody. Detective sets Oscar Sahury and Vance Chamberlain who led the Rani. Said that 16 persons in the establishment fled to the roof and were arrested there while others were pulled out of closets washrooms and other cubbyhole. The sergeants said that nearly a re truck Load a gambling equipment was confiscated including card he declared the company main to Hies baseball and basketball taint d employees still were covered Pool tickets and a crap table. By the Al contract anti refused police said it was the eighth raid to bargain with the Guild. On the club since 1943. Opa can be close i As possible. Taft s. Sui Tattoo. Between Kressi it trial lenders a the Republican Natl tee Are being Carr the time. He made i in commenting on senator Baldwin i i a letter to p c Roll Reece urging j tween committee i senators to Iron but the party legislative program. He said this will be the first in a series of meetings of the majority expected to be he i frequently in View of a request fit in the 16 rep Blu in fire"1 men members for a greater voice in i shaping policy. Outlining the be to be discussed. Taft said that As sacs 1 a the Senate lab r committee completes its hearings he will ask. For a conference in labor Putes legislation later there will be a be n. Fere be i Oil the reciprocal Trade agree i merits program. Senator Vandenberg of Michigan the Senate to pre Dir g crier and chairman of its foreign Stela i Bons committee announced that. I he will Lay information a a the j foreign situation before the . Membership soon favors some rent hikes. Taft told a reporter he Donma to know whether there will be Ary fixer Republican pm dry on rent controls. The Senate banking committee has returned to a a by headed by bloat to i i Dela measure which Ivak continue controls until dec Emmet i 1947, but Transfer them it am the opa to the court increase rents to per cent an free Tow housing from controls. Taft said his own a Pinion a that any rent inc tvs Guigni be based on the Merit of m Liv. In us i cases. A othere Are or me Caes where the la Vilord undoubtedly has had increased costs and deserves an increase a he said. A theft Are others who have had no West increases and where a boost us rents is not justified a to newsprint shortage hits crisis the weather boxcars and wars aftermath complicate an already Tough problem for american newspapers the paper you Are looking at comes from Trees like the a. There Are plenty of Trees but very Little paper in the hands of u. S. Newspaper publishers. The reasons Are Many and complicated. Almost Allt s newsprint comes from Canada the i s. To my Kho per cent of Canada to production in 1946. To get it from Canada to ii. S. Pressroom that is the problem. These Are one ton Rolls of newsprint one big City press will use up one of the Rolls in just 45 minutes. With advertisers crying for space Many papers have had to ration ads. With newsprint Mills unable to store their product in Canada. U. 8. Papers pay Premium prices for whatever paper they can get the immediate crisis traces to transportation difficulties. Long Range cause of the shortage is consumption a. Production Down. With world to production Down the . Needs More newsprint because of Many new outlets demands of advertisers. No new newsprint Mills Are being built. Relief from present gency depends largely on boxcars. U. 8. Is Short nearly cars today. Postwar freighting is heavier than expected. When More boxcars Are to be had. Perhaps by fall then what newsprint is available ran move. Immediate Caum of the present worsening of the shortage Are economic conditions in England terrible weather Ami the Boxcar Supply in Canada. Canadians have been sending unusually urge shipments of Grain in the Long wintertime rail haul to Atlantic ports for England and Europe. This ties up thousands of boxcars which normally would move through the Buffalo Gateway bringing newsprint to hungry u. 8. Presses. Bad weather has tied up Many newsprint is scarce and costly. But or. Reader still gets his news. His pictures his comics. If the paper is a Little thinner. If the ads Are a Little smaller there Are Good hunger boxcars Many oth Cri. Reason a in a. Weather and

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