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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 23, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal. Time bulletin vol. 17, no. 46. Racine wis., sunday March 23, 1947. Be f . Agrees on budget slash voters oppose slash in budget for army Navy by i i director. American Institute of Public opinion. Of Rinc ton. No among ers who say they have followed the argument in Congress Over sitting Down the budget for the army and Navy the sentiment of the majority is opened to any president Truman s budget Calle for about eleven and one half dollars for National defense by far the largest item in the budget Ary substantial reduction on this amount military chieftains . Would seriously hamper our my tary Power and prestige Broad watched with interest. Or is of the budget How Tver Hae maintained that there is alway some water that can be que ered out of any budget and that in this Case appropriations could be Cut without too much damage. In testing Public sentiment on the matter tile Institute first asked voters whether they had Fol Iowen arguments in Congress for and against reducing the army Navy budget. Slightly More than four in every to 43 per cent said they had been following the Issue while the rest said they had not been following the arguments of fire damages Kenosha Block Kenosha. Wis. Top a four business establishments occupying adjoining quarters in a building covering three fourths of a City Block were damaged heavily by fire saturday. Virtually All of the City to fire fighting equipment was called into service to control the Blaze. The fire entered in the quarters of Yule truck lines inc., destroying seven tractors and three trailer loaded with merchandise. The Blaze spread in both directions decrying two trucks and 1,500 cases of Beer owned by the i May beverage company causing $1,000 damage to the office of the Standard Coal co. And burning a i Hole in the roof of the Landon cartage co. The Yule co. Made no estimate i of its loss but Arthur f. May of the beverage firm said the dam i age to his property was Between$10,000 and $15,000. The Standard i ? loss was about $1,000. A a a no Law on loan at Moscow before deadline Barkley predicts camera snaps serious Marshall Gay Bevin. Children skiing outside big four meeting place. Killer of Duce is identified ?"hi.1�?"the italian communist party saturday identified the Slayer of Benito Mussolini As Walter Audisio 37, a bookkeeper and member of the anti fascist underground and recommended that Italy award him the highest military honors. The announcement said that Audisio known to the underground As a Ocol. Valerio had killed Mussolini founder orders of his superiors. It said Audisio had been a member of the communist party since 1931. Audisio will describe the a to in of View of the largest Elution which occurred in Dongo a that so lot As no Gen april 28_ most to the Public in a � a Ai Volt an pea e settlement Rome theater today the statement has been made and Russia Contin e her c t foreign policy Audisio carried out his Mission e should maintain our military with a decision certainty and a unchanged. Lacity the announcement con typical of this attitude is the those who said they had Fol wed the arguments were asked a Odo you think Congress should reduce the amount of Money which the army and Navy have asked for it should reduce. 34�0 should not. 60 no opinion 6 opinion expressed by a business executive interviewed in Boston a owe will never be Able to bargain effectively with the russians by tying one Arm behind our Back. This is no time to deliberately weaken ourselves it will make the rest of the world think we tre soft and ?� the main argument in favor of cutting the military and naval budget As seen by voters is Type turn to Page 2. Column 3 Janesville boy Dies from Wagon injury Janesville. ?" lha Donald Arnold 8. Son of or. And mrs. Tinted. It praised him for having kept his identity a secret up to now a oat the advice of his party a and said that All italian democrats and anti fascists would Back the recommendation for an award. Talmadge plans racial crusade through South Pineville ?"0j.b�?"herman Talmadge ousted governor of Georgia has agreed to join Gerald i k. Smith Christian National crusade Leader on a stumping tour of the South pm an anti common so Lam Arnold Ricer Heights was j i my White supremacy platform. Ured a in saturday w Hen he i i. George Long a Smith organic beneath the wheels of a ire. Announced Here. Tra it be drawn Wagon loaded with Donald was Riding on the r of the Wagon along with Der. The former a of governor of Georgia indicated however he would make his first exhaustive Fri Ert la. And an expose of the a Georgia situation1 whee him. Robert Wyss 7, when and fell to the ground. I of the Wagon passed when he appears with Smith at a re ally to be held april 19 at Winnfield la., Birthplace of the late senator Huey p. Long. Thief offers Eye to girl 14, to atone for past misdeeds new Vorko up to 14 Are Gloria Gar Blind. Silt in her me irs Astoria today and won red if he would see again rough thiefs eyes. A t s. Long Island in a dim la in Brooklyn to Raymond Street i sat Joseph r is. 26. A scrawny Rivous automobile thief. Roofing f the court would let to Gloria Garrity one of a Eye a my eyes Haven to done me much said Ross who has a Long a Nile delinquency Juv my court in another part of the building. As she entered Leibowitz to courtroom. Ross who has two Small daughters was standing be for the bar for sentencing As a two time Felon and convicted Leader of a gang of car thieves Leibowitz read the letter aloud. A oif a doctor can transplant an Eye from one person to another i would like very much to be that other person the letter said. A of want nothing for myself. I assure you except the happiness i surely feel. I will Pray god will recognize my willingness to do ?� a Odid you write this letter Ross a asked Leibowitz. A to lot More for a Little a Oyes a said Ross. 14 to see than for a a Owhy a mar. In. De the Wall of a prison a a of wanted to do something really arg a Ross. Honorable for once in my life. I Mother s search ends. Thought she deserved the Eye a. F More than i ?� a nether. Mrs. Lucy Emu it of monday. It 1 a week of try a othere is a question of Law by a y l a ated Ross in Lei involved a said Leibowitz. A Oit is by. To court two weeks ago she one thing for a Man about to be received a letter from Ross which electrocuted or who is to die to it Ait he hot to i read of Gloria to fight will his Eye. It is altogether Dif a. world of darkness Ferent for a living person to Mak Evee he i t her right in an this offer. That is a question of his Home. Judge Samuel Witz pondered whether the a to Ula permit a person to be re deliberately in one Eye. Lere u when she was five. He read that she was a talented pears and had won a scholarship to a Catholic girls to High school despite her blindness. He wanted to help her. Mrs Garenty was in the county maiming. Leibowitz said he would make a decision monday. Ross stopped As he was led handcuffed from the court Back to the sunless jail. He drank in a Long moment of the Blue sky department seeking above Brooklyn. A to Tuik to Ross in jail i a Oitt to Beautiful a he said. A of think Wren she was told he was in she we Tould like to see ?� inns Washington our a Senate minority Leader Al Ben w. Barkley predicted saturday that legislation to provide $400,000,000 in Aid for Greece and Turkey will not be passed by the March 31 deadline when Britain intends to end its economic help to Greece. Crisis March 31. The Kentucky Democrat told a reporter it was a of obvious the legislation w Ould not reach president Truman to desk until after that time. Barkley said it a might not even reach the Senate floor by ?� the president and the state department have warned that Greece faces a critical situation if help is not provided by March 31. Barkley said an emergency loan a probably will have to be issued through the reconstruction finance ?� if Aid was to be afforded the two nations before March 31. Barkley said if legislation were needed to get the Reg loan a of joint Resolution could be brought up and passed fairly ?� the Senate foreign relations committee is scheduled to open hearings monday on the $400,000-000 administration program to halt the spread of communism in the Middle East. Plans visit there. Barkley disclosed he is planning a trip to Greece Turkey and Palestine Early in april a Oto get a Bird s Eye View of the ?� meanwhile the Senate to Bihar Tim team of Vandenberg and Connally sought to link president Truman s program to the United nations without giving the in. A direct hand in it Aid to Greece favored Gallup poll reveals by George Gallop. New York special a first Concrete evidence of the attitude of the american people toward momentous Issue of helping Greece and Turkey is that Public opinion supports president Truman to policy by very sizeable margin. Returns coming in now in National Survey by the Gallup poll show vote of 2-to-l in approving proposed $250,000,000 program of Aid to Greece. Slightly fewer Are found in favor of Aid to Turkey. The 2-to-l ratio applies to voters who have heard or read about Issue and have formed an opinion. A surprisingly Large number nearly nine in every to polled so far say they Are following developments on this Issue. It appears that the Truman administration has clearly won the first round in Battle for Public support of the policy of showdown with Russia Over Greece and Turkey. $5,250,000 too Truman s budget for above four limousines Are parked outside Moscow to Avia ton Industry building As big four foreign ministers debate world problems inside. Also on the outside two russian youngsters ski by concerned Only by the problem of staying vertical. Left Secretary mar shall walks alone through a Moscow Snow storm wearing a coat that is a thing of Beauty. Gravity of the issues confronting american to representative is clearly reflected in Marshall to serious face. Right in contrasting mood Britain to Bevin has a drink with u. Rear and in Ira i Schuurmann. A Vilh russians maintain grim front at formal meetings they Are famous for their parties. All pictures by aka photographer Reginald Kenny Purger slain in Stuttgart Stuttgart. Germany a Ltd Rheinhold Hub communist Mem Hitler s plan for Reich advocated by Molotov Rise foreseen for newsprint pair charged with murder Santa Ana. Calif. A up heiress Beulah Louise overfill 17, and her Fiance George e. Bud Gollum 21, we Tere charged saturday with first degree murder in the time bomb deaths of her parents aboard their yacht. District attorney James l. Davis said the complaints charging murder with a malice Afore ?" pm Canadian ?"<u.p a foreign min democratic Trade unions and other paper quarters hinted Anil i. Ber of the de Nazif cation Board in Lister v. M. Molotov proposed sat democratic institutions. Sources flatly predicted that the nearby town of Oeh Ringen was Urt Jav gig four accept a constitutions would paper companies both Here and in shot to death in his bed saturday germans Painter Weimar he to son by two masked gunmen believed Constitution As a basis for framing and association. Of the Lead of a Canadian to be members of the nazi under a new Reich government but met local self government bodies dealer who boosted the Price of ground. Immediate opposition from Britain do would be elected on the same newsprint $6 a ton to the highest German police said the slayers and France. Democratic principles As state leg level since 1920 were seen fleeing in the direction Secretary of state George c. Matures. Company officials said that of Bretzfeld where a search was Marshall did not indicate his Posi j a Canadian International paper und a Way Tion in the russian proposal but beat Uncle Sam sales co. And its Parent. Canadian the motive for the shooting was to. Believed that the United Quot in. International paper co., would believed to be Hub to Anu nazi a states would not favor the plan on Coin match reveals put their newsprint Price up april Ivity. Prior to the Rise of Hitler grounds that it would centralize Springfield. ?"�?"alfred i to $86 a ton in Montreal Ami Hub was a member of the social the new German government in Johnson hotel Steward who found Toronto and. Adding the custom democratic party. The de nazi duly. A 50-rent piece with two tails Ary $4 if tonal differential a a fiction Board of which he was a Hula ult balks. Member had the reputation of be in the toughest in Wuerttemberg of Quot re in my Ster Dault immediately objected a to cent piece with two tails Ary i discovered that Uncle Sam could $90 a ton in new York. By match him and not lose. Elsewhere in Canada and the that i a und oddity in his pock u. S., prices would differ int. It change recently and sent it to accordance with freight charges Molotov s program would not find Treasury department for sex and contractual obligations. The much favor with the French put it a j Arnin Tion. The Treasury after 1920 average Canadian a. Price province. Hub 41, had received two threatening letters in the last few months because of his bitter anti pit a and foreign Secretary Ernest i rigid inspection reported the nazi attitude. Bevin de cured that among the i headless Coin was really two half if the slaying was the result of dangerous features of the Weimar coms expertly glued together. They thought were signed by Newport Iii?8 ant a Azie a Constitution was a proviso allowing matched him even by returning a police chief r. R. Hodgkinson. Lie su1 killing in the United he president to suspend the con genuine 50 cent piece for the my action against miss Overall Ulav occupation zen it Stit ution. Tilted Coin. University of Southern California v 7i under round has bombed Molotov to suggestion that the Johnson to Luck flipped All one new York newsprint quarters. De Nazif cation offices in the zone Weimar Constitution be used As a Way he to turned Down an offer going further forecast a like to basis for drafting the new German i 0f $500 for half interest in the crease soon by other u. And government was made extempore i Coin. A Canadian paper firms. 2 billion tagged to reduce debt rest for taxes Washington a a Republican members of a Senate House conference Corr Mittee have agreed to cat from president $37,500,000.0000 fiscal 104ft. A Gap. Senator revealed he said the republicans also have agreed to earmark $2,000.1 00.000 of the projected saving far reducing the pub c debt and a a substantial amount for trimming income taxes the pending House Bill to Cut taxes would Cost $3.836.0ohto�o reaches com Promise. A meeting of the full conference committee was scheduled and republicans predicted the $3,230-000.000 budget Cut would be approved. This represents a Compromise Between the $6,000,000,000 Cut voted by the House and the $4,500,000,000 approved by the Senate. They stood by the $6,000,000 too Cut voted by the House. The Senate had voted a $4,300,000 too Cut. After failing to reach agreement on the amount the joint Senate Houte conference committee recessed subject to Call of chairman rep. John Taber a. N. A Taber said the full conference committee did not vote on the amount to be set aside for debt reduction. He said however that Senate conferees a Odin a to warm up to a feeler of $1,300,000,000 offered by some House conferees. Lilienthal sidetracked. The Senate had voted to set aside $2,000,000 000 for debt reduction before any of the saving was applied to tax reduction. The House measure did not contain such a provision. The Senate conference today sidetracked possibly until next midweek. Senate consideration of David e. Lilic thai s appointment. As atomic commission chairman. No agreement reached on rents. Sugar Washington a a a Senate republicans decided saturday to support Extension of rubber controls but failed to reach agreement on rent and sugar regulations. Senator Young n. A Secretary of the Republican conference said sugar and rents were discussed but no action was taken. Young said efforts will be Maie to Settle differences regarding sugar Between a group headed of senator Mccarthy Wishwa wants All controls lifted and another led by senator Flanders i who wants them retained. Senator Haw Kes n. J 1 urged his colleagues to keep an open mind on his proposals to continue rent controls with a to per cent increase in ceilings but no agreement on rents was reached. The banking committee reported favourably a House approved Bill extending rubber regu tattoos one Yar to March 31. 1946. Chairman Wiley wis of the judiciary committee urged the conference to support a three month Extension of the second War Powers act while a further study is made of various controls. Young said there was no mme Date support for this proposal. Was $112. In the Montreal area officials of other big companies admittedly surprised at International to move said their own companies would reconsider their positions at once. Coed and her Fiance a Pra medical student at los Angeles City College was taken after a week to investigation of the deaths sunday of Walter e. Overall 62. And his socialite wife Beulah 57, aboard their motor Cruiser. On several occasions. If to Jack the Snipper changes pasture to Milwaukee Milwaukee or a Milwaukee police Are convinced that Washington to a Ojack the Snippert was a Democrat. They think he was on a democratic congressman to payroll and woman 53, admits helping husband in marriage game Denver a a Neoushy after he had submitted a blueprint of soviet ideas on Reich j government. He proposed a bicameral a in trial legislate lire which would j elect a German president. The it i parliament Anil state Legislatures would be elected by Universal i j mrs. Barbara no suffer arc Wilh a Buot Thomas 53, told authorities that Anuj employing the principle of i she helped her suave balding proportional representation. Husband talk a Denver woman Molotov into marrying him so that or american plans for a of a in valued Germany which he charged was an woman of indirect attempt to destroy and 1 dismember the German state. He Laid Down these principles for the new German government tax Cut faces Many hurdles before it becomes reality by James Marlow the marrying could swindle $2,500. A of did it because i loved him authorities quoted her As saying. Her husband. Charles 44. Was i. ,. Washington a Ltd it a done to attacked the Anglo excited yet so far Congress Hasnett rut your 1947 income tax. Maybe you Tell wind up without a Cut. This Isno to meant to gloom anyone who thinks his taxes Are a cinch to go Down this year. Just German and the drafting of Constitution which would be. A no Polnow 7 f t talk. The real action lies ahead. Got himself lopped Oft when the l l republicans won last november. I by Federal Bureau of incs else Why would he now be of ligation a a ent. They charged that j by a he Man Parlia a d ?z be More talk crating in the Midwest he had left a Trail a broken hearts r to t a Mihr ate. _ Laverne Smith Meier. 20. And defrauded women from lib inc Wou d employed in As Nois to Utah. Federal agent Russell p. Kramer said Thomas to Romeo techniques had netted him More than $12,000. Because they have a majority the republicans should be Able to shove through both houses a Bill to Cut taxes. Then in order to become Law that Bill will have to go to presi act Truman for his signature. Since he to Leader of the democrats and the democrats Are against a tax Cut. Or. Truman May try to kill such a Bill by vetoing it. A veto would kill it unless the told police that while she Riding on a Milwaukee Street car this week somebody snipped off three Inch lock of her Long Brunet hair. She said Only a few passengers were on the car at the time. At one Point a Man about 25 years old alighted from the rear end of the car. Shortly afterwards she discovered that her hair had been Cut with either a Sharp knife or a pair of scissors. Drafting and approving state constitutions. 2. The i and All German Constitution House and Senate by a two thirds neither House nor Senate has 1 vote were Able to pass it Over the voted any tax Cut yet. Before veto. They do. There Tell be a sturdy fight a Bunch of democrats then Between democrats and Republic would have to join the republicans. Cans who have Only a majority the reason for the fight will be to make up the two thirds vote. Nash Union gives executive Board Power to strike Kenosha. Wish a Membra of the u a w a i o. Local 72 voted saturday to empower the Union to executive Board to Call a strike a oif necessary to at the automobile Plant of Nash Kelv Nator corp., Here Richard Lindgren executive Secretary of the Union said the membership voted 8 to i in favor of strike action if necessary he said the Union has 5,000 members Arr that the turnout today was a of heavy but declined to reveal the actual vote. Lindgren said that the Union is asking for a of substantial Down payment on its pending request for a 23 cent per hour wage ?� the old contract expired March 7, and the Union has rejected one company proposal in wages. Similar votes Are to be taken by u a w a i o. Local 75 at Milwaukee and the grand rapids mich., local. The state constitutions explained later. The democrats that seems unlikely. So. A tax Kramer said Thomas had signed must a drafted upon democratic and republicans Are standing Cut Bill passed by Congress May a statement admitting that he had principles in order to consolidate pretty solidly one against the wind up in the Ash can. A until now the Only positive action in Congress has been taken by the House ways and Means committee. It to the Emmittee s Job to get turn to pages column 4 obtained $850 from a Salt Lake City woman he promised to marry. He said Thomas also had obtained $7,500 from a Lincoln. Neb., girl and $1,400 from a Waukegan iu., woman. Germany to position As cratic state. A demo other. Up to Truman. In both houses the republicans 3 both National and state const j have a majority of the votes. But a Tut ions we Tould insure Freedom. Keep in mind a majority not Tvvo-1 by guaranteeing the rights of All a thirds of the votes. Grandma a of benched Somerset. Win a a ?9-year old great grandmother who has 120 living descendants has mused her first mass since Lent began. The reason mrs. Frank let re injured a knee when she fell after kicking a football in a game with a 12-year old grandson

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