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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 26, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin % farm measure goes to Truman Washington a Jud a Congress sent president Truman a a catch ail farm Bill saturday aimed at solving the Multi million Dollar potato surplus problem and easing hardship cases of Cotton and Peanut growers. The Compromise measure worked out by a joint Senate House conference committee cleared its last congressional hurdle late Friday when the Senate voted 38 to 31, not to reconsider its earlier approval. The House had already passed the Bill 196 to 156. Hits potato supports the measure would bar potato growers from Federal Price supports this year unless they agree to marketing agreements which Are an extremely mild form of production control. But next year growers would have to agree to marketing quotas to qualify for the supports. The Bill also would 1. Allow Cotton Farmers to Plant an additional 1,200.000 acres this year to liberalize allotments to growers whose original acreage was Cut Back too severely. 2. Permit Peanut growers to Plant an extra 100,000 acres mostly in Texas and Alabama. 3. Let the agriculture department pay freight charges on potatoes donated to charities. This provision is designed to help the government give away this year surplus. Elsewhere in Congress communists sen. Walter f. George d., ga., said the administration should release its loyalty files if it Hopes to disprove charges that the state department is harbouring communists. Point four a House administration leaders said in private that the Economy bloc May have enough support to kill president Truman s Point four program to Aid underdeveloped areas of the world. In amerio an a the House in american activities committee turned on its investigative spotlight again this time on itself. Staff investigators were ordered by committee chairman John s. Wood d., ga., to find out what happened to a committee file which is said to name congressmen who contributed to an alleged communist front organisation the american slav Congress. Former Fri undercover agent Matthew Cvetic told the committee the list is missing. Hospitals a members of a House investigating subcommittee accused defense Secretary Louis Johnson of ordering a cutback in military hospitals w without considering All factors involved. Unfit a rep. Clare e. Hoffman. A. Mich., demanded that a special House committee look into charges that a morally unfit persons Are working for the state department. Power promised courage needed to fight r j a Jujj Kyj a prejudice conference told Racine sunday bulletin sunday. March if 1956 a elopement schemes. The Missouri Basin inter jnu_djiic7fmina Tion work Agency committee made this of state facial policy at the Clos of its one Day meeting Here. The committee adopted a Resolution expanding water use guar m i i la i 1. J a opposite saxes this is the big and the Little of the sax Section of the 100-piece Sun Devil band of Arizona state College at Tempe Betty Blythe uses All of her 90 pounds to blow a note through the big Bass sax. While 300-Pound George raves has plenty to spare in breezing through a score on the Little Soprano saxophone. Green Murray sit Down to Chat and it s just like old times ?"cue a human rights Unity More we Tork with children groups must show courage and to keep them from developing Sioux Falls s 0jj i in their fight against Preuc ices and Aid from civic Moua Fallo a. U. In discrimination the Rev. T. Parry from now on Eastern Missouri Jones Sheboygan. A Friday m fighting discrimination. Basin communities will have the Njg jts to Jones we ass the headline speaker Assurance that their municipal Jones a methodist pastor and at a dinner for some 300 delegates Domestic water needs will get full member of the governor to com to the first statewide workshop on m and ban Mission on human rights outlined human relations sponsored by the a three Point program to expand governor s commission. The he urged the delegates to join groups fighting racial and Eligi his program Calls for a human Ous discrimination rights commission in every com a above All a he said a have courage and be persistent until remedies Are ?� a news to sections of the Valley not state taxes exceed gov. Oscar Rennebohm called already protected by Federal Law. Pal la i cil a per Ltd conference Quot pert of the proceed the Resolution guarantees these billion Tor on tear of Chie inf Tawi areas that the committee will Madison lip a Federal state ?� make no decisions on a lev pro and local taxes Cost Wisconsin a your conference we till go a Long meets without considering needs residents $1,180,668,008 in 1949. Was to make Wisconsin a better of communities for sufficient the Wisconsin taxpayers to Alliance place in which to live a he told water for Domestic municipal and reported. The group sanitation purposes for the sixth consecutive year. The delegates presenting 25 it said that a Oit is the View of use in Wisconsin exceeded a cities attended workshops Satur the Missouri Basin inter Agency billion dollars. The total was $21, Day on a avs to curb Dis criminal committee that in the interest of 000.000 above 1948 collections. Tion. Public health and welfare a use of Federal assessments accounted a. for Community Pur for $788.235,lie. While mate and Many left term addressed to euro il0.1 lev is re a Ted 392,432, Pean towns by pre War names a to rain adveet1su8xnt�?" for Racine taxpayers assn., p. O. Box 133 Racine. We. Written and authorised toy h. J. Voelker. P. O. Box 133 Racine to vote a of pc to to i l9 to oppose Public housing and higher taxes when the government spends everybody pays this advertisement i sponsored by Tho Racine taxpayers association. Incas a Public service to promote cd Olsen interest in Public expenditure. Mondays budget lunch served 11 to 2 diced Horn end Limo boons Solod Breed. Butter or a Coffee 49c feet filet lunch Tucket Uptown Grill lilt Wash est ave. Open u hours 4-u hand � soap � i works like a Charm or a Grimy hand a White tire Side Wall and other and the a teen items your grocer hos it order your table pads no i fit perfectly pre Levi seat table top sad tee a it laotian a we have a ran Pine Ila of Lavern aaa Erat Deal a other material sad raters available Al hither we Call far mean area rats a where a Aas time a tree or Rake Nubia Rad it a of a Miles Universal table pad co. 720 Lake Avenue dial 4-3363 for reference and information by Drew Pearson Washington merry go round ?"not since the War have the nation s two top labor leaders. Bill Green of the a. F. Of l. And Phil Murray of the c lo., sat Down together a until the other Day. Green and Murray grew up alongside each other in the labor movement. Born in Coshocton Ohio t7 years ago Green became head of the United mine workers in Ohio. Meanwhile Murray an immigrant from Scotland became a United mine Leader in Pennsylvania. Then they split. Murray went off we Tith John. L. Lewis to form the . Green stayed with the a. F. Of l. But the other Day Green dropped in at Murray to room at the Carlton hotel. They exchanged a few pleasantries and it was pretty much like old times. Phil wanted to know How the . Executive Board meeting went at Miami and Bill wanted to know about things in the . Then they went Over to the White House to see the president. Bill Green is a Baptist and Phil Murray a devout Catholic. But they were brought together by a jew a Henry Morgenthau jr., former secret Ary of the Treasury. Henry asked them if they would talk to president Truman about the British policy of arming the arabs against the jews in Palestine. They did so. And they found president Truman quite sympathetic. He had not known that the British were Selling destroyers tanks and even Jet planes to Egypt. Bevin reverses policy. Later Phil Murray had lunch with Secretary of state Acheson Green being out of town Tny and discussed the same subject. Acheson said he had taken the matter up with foreign minister Bevin who told him the British would continue shipping arms for two reasons i. To fulfil their commitments and 2. Because Britain wants a bulwark against Russia in the near East in Case of russian attack. Therefore she wanted to Arm Egypt. A ohm a snorted Murray a oif you we Tant a bulwark in the near East you should t pick Egypt. You should pick Israel. They beat Egypt and six other Arab countries a Short time ?� Acheson made no comment. Later however he took the matter up again with Bevin and now has obtained a commitment that the arms shipments will Stop. Great Britain is about to reverse its entire policy toward the arabs and give its support to Israel. This is the most important inside news to come out of London for some time. Atomic instructions for citizens. Alert mayor Bowron of Angeles dropped in at the Senate atomic hearings the other Day and gave the solons a piece of his mind on failure to keep the mayors of America informed regarding civilian defense against atomic warfare. But it seems subordinates in the National Security resources Board have worked out a painstaking program of instructions to civilians in Case of atomic attack. These instructions will soon be sent to the mayors of All cities As the result of mayor Bowton to request. They Are not cheerful instructions but since the american Public has to know them eventually Here is a Brief summary first civilians Are advised to get a blood test. You should know your blood Type because transfusions Are essential for treating radioactivity. Later the red Cross will give courses in atomic first Aid. Second if you Are building a new Home include a basement. It will be the safest place in an atomic blast. In Case of an atomic Alert close All doors shut All windows draw All blinds make your House As airtight As possible. It takes surprisingly Little shelter to protect you from an atomic blast. Wear Light sleeve length clothes. Dark clothes absorb atomic heat. Lie Flat on your stomach against a Wall. Shield your head in your arms. Stay away from windows which splinter and Fly inward in an atomic explosion. After an atomic attack stay inside As Long As possible while the radioactive atmosphere clears away. Throw out your silverware and prescription drugs which Are most Likely to get contaminated with radioactive particles. For the same reason done to pick up souvenirs a particularly Silver and Gold. Wear hat and rubbers outside. Avoid water holes and rubble. The Best treatment for radioactivity is plenty of soap and water especially in your hair and under your fingernails. Bandage All cuts and test food with a Geiger counter. It takes a heavy dose of radioactivity to harm you from the outside but Only a Small dose on the inside. Note insiders say that one reason for Truman s delay in appointing a chairman of the National Security resources Board is that amiable John Steelman White House assistant has an Affinity for being temporary chairman himself. Copyright. I so. By Bell Syndicate. Inc a 13-hour a working Day is considered the maximum for laying i hens. Tested in any integrated development ?� Ingrid doctor hit Snag in custody negotiations Hollywood i eve attorneys for Ingrid Bergman and or. Peter Lindstrom Are still stalemated in efforts to reach a peaceful settlement of the couple to child custody and financial difficulties. Some Progress was reported from conferences thursday but Friday there was Little to indicate any immediate settlement. Both 92 have been returned marked of the total 57.2 per cent or such ?� $675,759,570, was collected As in a a. � a come taxes 16.5 per cent real and personal property taxes 11.4 per cent taxes on Consumers 5.8 per cent motor vehicle taxes 2.7 per cent special Utility taxes and the balance As death gift and business taxes. Price Cut How a Yon feet today nerves the human Telephone system covering All parts of the body. Have you forgotten you have nerves in your feet when Arches a Ogo Down nerve Are cramped by the Bones of the feet. Because of the Structure of the nervous system you get reflex actions to Distant parts of the body. Done to make a it or whole body suffer by neglecting your feet. Come in for free consultation. Helsen s health spot shoes 409 sixth Strait milk co operative files papers in Madison Madison he a articles of in lid he indic Ted i jew donation for the Wolf River Quality improvement co opera avoid an open Battle in court. After the lawyer to huddle Gregson Bautzer attorney for miss Bergman said a owe have not re Tive were filed with the Secretary of state. Incorporator Marvin Strey e revived efficient and satisfactory arow a Quot j accounting of funds from or. Lind has Quot a and e w. Meinhardt All ?� both miss Bergman now in Rome and or. Lindstrom Holly Wood brain surgeon apparently wish to avoid a courtroom trial in deference to their 12-year-old daughter Pia. Or. Lindstrom is demanding custody of the daughter but with the Mother to have rights of visitation if she comes to this country. The actress already has obtained a mexican divorce from or. Lindstrom. Of Waupaca said they planned to conduct a constant milk Quality improvement educational program. They listed no capital Stock. Regular Tan Kar station Southwest Corner 14th a Ville fat Man target of Texas acid sprayer , Texas in a a mysterious acid sprayer has picked a new to target the seat of a fat Many to pants. Police believe the elusive Vandal is armed with an acid filled squirt gun. Until yesterday he had concentrated on burning girls to legs and shredding their Hose and on marring shiny new cars. Yesterday a hefty cafe owner decided to walk in the warm Sunshine was just what he needed. But by the time he got Back it was getting very warm Down South. Then he sat Down. And hopped up. The seat of his pants w As gone and the cafe Man was plenty burned. Detective m. M. Bullock said there s no doubt about it the acid sprayer is a sadist. Or. S. T. Gettelman physician and surgeon % announces t he opening of his offices for general practice Klinkert building a 1419 Washington ave. Office hours daily 2-5 . Except wednesday evenings 7-8 30 p. In. Except wednesday and saturday phone ?"3-5873 Home 3-6151 How at last Quot awning a remarkably in Cost. A fingertip control of Light Ana visibility. A folds Back neatly against House when not in use. 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