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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 30, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin
Sunday Quot St bulletin vol. 17, no. 47. Racine wis. Sunday March 30, 1947. Quot 8 pages John Lewis orders week of mourning Truman swing almost doubles in five months by Georgi Gallup director. American Institute Public opinion Princeton As presided today 6 polled by i go the my they apr it i of est in in to and a Centa when reached its Low in the Fie m Beans won col or. Truman s the people has political in a Rood Deal to possible reas the Rise. At i seem outstand the pre John wide approve in president the november a january after it that or. Trumar or. Lewis woul the admin i show Over the Issue Turkey is apr vote of the pub developments. That was my turns of an reported the late popularity noun Cemer attempting expansion. Officer trips shot kills boy Milwaukee Ltd a a 16-year-old Milwaukee youth fleeing police who sought to question him about a stolen car was shot and killed saturday when one of the Pur. Using officers stumbled and fell causing his revolver to discharge i accidentally. Of the dead youth was Allan j Borel cart a High school student. The fatal shot w As from the gun of patrolman Frank Korcan. Korcan and several other officers w Ere searching for a car reported stolen. When an automobile which answered the description of the stolen vehicle was sighted police halted it. Korcan opened the door and the youth slipped out of the other Side of the car and fled Down an Alley with several officers in Pursuit. Korcan reported to his superiors n Ltd of 28 per i Liat he tripped Over Street car october tracks and fell his gun discharge a1 curve eng accidentally. The shot struck the youth in the Back of the head. Met re pub Joe Jed several hours later. Of Congress la Rita with t doubled w lil indulge speculation As few per a had such clarity voters do Tut or through in in every to say j if the Way he is i president. October. I 12-Point jump Early february a account for two reasons 2.1 nth to firm handling Lewis won him the first big Rise popularity since Section was during became apparent /s.4howdown Writh i yield results. Stratton proposal own with Russia of Greece and wed by a 2-to-l in at this stage of rated in the rein Institute Survey Lier this week. Jump in or. Truman to coins Des with an of the new policy of a it a of contains russian the to Emi of or. Truman s popularity is measured at intervals by the Institute on the following poll question a Odo you approve or disapprove of the Way or. Truman is handling his Job a president a the a Digap no prove prove Opin. July ims 87% 3% 16% feb., 1946 63 a 15 july. 1946 43 45 12 Ort. 1946. 32 53 15 Jan. 1947. 35 47 in feb. 1947 48 39 13 Toda 60 23 17 while the poll i i a Good Index it general in Eling about the Way he pre Idem. Is handling h is Job. Lid nut revert he less its re Cults shot curb on reds termed certain Washington it a drastic new controls Over communist activities in this country Are certain to be recommended by the House committee on in american activities a member said but the group May deride against outlawing the communist party. The member who declined to be quoted by name said the committee Likely will split 4-3 against a Bill to outlaw the party but probably will be unanimous on anti communist legislation. The legislation May include these Steps making it illegal to urge or conspire to overthrow the government by unconstitutional methods or by Force tightening up of registration my fingerprinting of aliens requiring the communist party to publish membership lists and sources of income strengthening of the Fri. Chairman Thomas rep. N. A made Public a report which the committee said gave proof that the party in this country is a othe agent of Russia. Be taken to mean that to per cent of the nation to voters would necessarily vote for or. Truman if an election were held today. In fact. Republicans have contributed More to Truman to comeback As ? How n in today poll than democrats have. Many Here satisfied with him his handling of or. Use of his new tougher keep draft card for identification registrants urged Washington. Our a after Midnight monday when the draft Law expires you can do anything you want with your draft cards. Throw them away bum them or Frame them. But government officials say it would be silly to get rid of your draft card. It to about the Best identification you can have. U. S. May unlock i Wio a City prepares to fold up Roosevelt files comes to Fisherville for Oil probe Washington a the Senate War investigating committee saturday retained former sen. Burton k. Wheeler who gained National prominence in investigating the Teapot dome Oil scandal to assist its study of u. S. Purchases of Middle East Oil. Wheeler Montana Democrat was Defeated for re election last year. Enlistment of Wheeler to Aid was announced shortly after disclosure that president Truman supported the committee to demand that it be Given Access to the late president Roosevelt to files on arabian Oil deals. Price charged excessive. Chairman Owen Brewster the committee was deeply concerned about charges i made by James a. Moffett a former Oil Man that the Navy had paid excessive prices for arabian Oil. Brewster said that the committee had retained Wheeler to make an exhaustive study of Moffett to charges and to report to the committee on what future Steps if any he thought should be taken. Brewster said the committee had been assured that president Truman a Overy promptly w Ould request the executor of president Roosevelt to estate to unlock his files for the committee. The files were expected to contain correspondence concerning a Cut rate offer made by Moffett in 1941 to furnish arabian Oil. After completion of Moffett to testimony Brewster recessed the j hearing until Wheeler reports his j findings. The chairman said the investigation was of a Otoo great a magnitude to be done ?� i Moffett testified that the Navy i rejected his offer and paid sub i Sidi Aries of Standard Oil of Cali fornia and the Texaco company a pictures and text. By Stanford Calderwood Fisherville n. ?" Nea a this strictly wintertime City on the ice of Lake Winni Nesaukee is getting ready to fold up like an Arab tent Village and disappear. It Isno to bankruptcy. It to the Spring thaw we Thich does no to threaten Fisherville until april. But the City of 250 Bob houses will be Back again next Winter and the Winter after that As Long As there Are fish under the ice. Once it was a concentrated collection of Bob houses huddled so close to the Shoreline that the burghers of Wolfeboro a no seasonal Shore bound Community could smell the Shad frying. This year Fisherville Scatterer itself up and Down the Bay into a dozen suburbs of to or 12 shacks each. Even be whiskered Harry Perkins 70-year-old undisputed mayor of the chartered City has struck out for the wide open spaces. Right now a governmental discussion Means risking a trip Over the thinning ice All the w a out to bar door Island. Inmates of the Fisherville jail complain that the lockup keeps moving away from them. The Oil delivery Man has gone on a strictly Cash basis because his customers change their addresses so often. Moving is simple. You Back your car jeep or truck up to your Bob House throw a half hitch around it and head for a Likely looking spot. Fisherville citizens say the fish Are making them move. The fish it appears got Wise to the lines and Hooks hanging Down from the concentrated City and the residents had to scatter to get a full pail. The Bob houses make it possible for the citizens to sit around in shirt sleeves while they catch Shad and Perch through a trap door in the living room. You can buy your own House for $20 to $300 one that Cost $18 before the War is now $60or you can rent one for $1.50 a Day which includes a pre chop Ped Hole in the ice. Mayor Perkins to executive mansion which he has occupied for seven years has pin up girls on the Wall. And when the Shad run next year Perkins will be running too for mayor. Ile always manages to catch More votes than there Are voters. The mayor Annc his main Street Harry Perkins. 7u. Relaxes above in Hie pin up decorated executive mansion in Fisherville n. H. Main Street of the wintertime City of Bob houses he to ruled for the last seven years is shown below. His a Vole often plea last year brought him 11,000 votes from about 2.500 voters. Arms to Greece faces hostility ?" or a Senate foreign policy leaders moved sat much higher Price than he offered urday to Block demands for a ban u. 5 radio to Russia sabotaged report 111 dead Stoll of mine blast Washington. As Benton said that he had taken a fall when he was head of these subsidiaries. Navy defends purchases. The committee compiled a comparative table from Moffett to figures and a Navy report. It. -. 0 showed that the Navy in the past group which favored 1,m,t, u s on the shipment of arms to Greece and Turkey under president Truman to Aid program. Senator Edwin c. Johnson dem., Colo was Leader of a seven years paid $59,879,000 for Middle East Oil compared to a Cost of $33,460,000 under Moffett to offer. The Navy maintained it had not been extravagant in the Oil purchases. Moffett charged that the u. S. Oil interests making the acceptable offer for arabian Oil Hod conspired to defraud the Navy. Publican because Lewis. I policy to they fee is i and because e indecision and Many saw in the Early Days arc pulling Wool for profit Midwest senator charges mean that ans would i he it a. Washington ?"sen. Milton r. Young rep. N. A named a Boston Wool company As one my they w Ould vote 49 per cent Republic Attiat marked a Sui for the democratic i november. When a i Tut nto Page 2 demo a of the Wool dealers that he said Are a seeking to Force lower prices on Domestic Wool in order to a continue High speculative ?� Young has asked for an investigation of a of exorbitant profits. He told the Senate agriculture committee it was absurd that Milton Green of draw it Eric co., Boston a hould represent the Wool Industry a having been Hurt by the government to four year old Price support program for Wool raisers. He presented data for the fiscal i r cont say j year 1943-44 showing that the internal Revenue Bureau had held i that combined salaries of the top j four officers of Draper so co. Were a excessive compensation for ser to parable vices actually ?� accorded. 5. My to the data presented by of the the parties Carat Index the. In this Are asked Lection were which party a the demo lean � oved highly years. To reported it or cent say democratic Tantal gain try since last Young internal Revenue disallowed nearly $271,218 of these salaries about half the combined total As legitimate corporate expense of the company for tax purposes. The Wool country senator is a Aid to Relief goods. Johnson advocated giving Turkey no Aid whatsoever. Meanwhile there was Praise on Capitol Hill for Warren r. Austins to explanation to the United nations Security Council of this country to stand on the Greco turkish situation. Austin u. S. Delegate to the ., said or. Truman to program was a Stop Gap measure intended to serve Only until the world peace organization could assume such tasks on its own. Senator h. Alexander rep., n. A who has warned repeatedly against by passing ., hailed austins to statement As a a Clear indication that International organs would be asked to co operate in the Aid program. Chairman Arthur h. Vandenberg of the Senate foreign rela Distant Secretary of state William Benton said that a a voice of american relay station in Munich a Ohad let Een sabotaged with the result that u. S. Broadcasts designed for Russia were beamed for a while to South America instead. Benton said the sabotage was reported to him on thursday by e. J. Kerrigan special state department consultant at Munich. Kerrigan assured the department. Proposed slash for reclamation disturbs senator Washington. A a the office of sen. Joseph c. Of Tea Honey dem., , said he was j reliably informed that a House i appropriations subcommittee plan Smith Ned to deny the reclamation Bureau any Money from the general i fund for the coming fiscal year. A that Means no funds for the j fort Beck project for the Missouri i River project for the Central Val i Ley project the Columbia Basin project or for other essential capital expenditures necessary to develop the water and Power re sources of tile Western states a a statement by o Mahoney said. In notifying a newspaper editor in great Falls mont., of Omahoney said the proposed action of the appropriations subcommittee on the Interior would mean a of to cons committee indicated that a member of the committee working \ barrage of amendments to curtail Over the continuation of Wool Price or. Truman s Aid program would support under the commodity receive Short shrift. He drove for credit corp. Committee approval of the plan Pouf Boston Wool dealers have a this week. But Johnson served pea red before the committee to notice he would carry his fight to a or pc. Blow will be dealt support a Bill by Massachusetts a finish on the Senate Fluor. Reclamation in the Republican sen. Leverett Salton representative Karl e. Mundt _ stall and Henry Cabot Lodge which rep., s. A expressed a thorough would lower the present level of accords with most of austins to Price support. Stand but urged that Austin Tell at the same time. Unde Secre the House foreign affairs com tary of agriculture Norris e. Dodd Mitten if a othe United states will expressed his approval of a Bill put in the Money and And by sen. Edward v. Robertson minister it because this sounds rep. Wyo which would raise suspiciously like r.r.a. Techie level of support. ?� Truman signs Rill Washington it a president Truman saturday signed a $243,-255.607 deficiency appropriation Bill to provide funds for a num possible precautions against this and other such acts in the future the sabotage was committed on one of the Munich transmitters sending the state department to russian language broadcasts to the Moscow Leningrad area. The broadcasts originate in new York and Are relayed at Munich. One Antenna beamed to the soviet Union failed entirely during the week of March 17-25, Benton said a apparently because of the ?� it was put Back in order last tuesday. Benton said press reports from Moscow on wednesday said the programs finally were being heard clearly in the russian capital. He did not say How clearly they had previously been heard in South America. Pioneer trailer Blazer is dead at 61 Macon. To. A Ltd a Woody his unday 61, who erected the nation to first Highway Road markers and invented the gasoline station. Died Friday. Few of Tiki Aye to motorists had Ever heard of him. In addition to the Road markers and the first service stations he of gins Ted the a Blue books which was considered a of must Reading for every Motorist planning a trip of any distance. It Cost 50 cents and told at which Corner a Driver should make a turn if he hoped to arrive at his destination. Girl killed in crash on Sheridan curve Waukegan. ?" a miss Dorothy Cuske. 22, Oshkosh wis. Was killed saturday and three Mer Centralia. Hll cup tip Grimy rescuers retried that the bodies of All missing miners in Centralia Coal mine no. 5 had been found and that the final total of dead in the disaster was 111. The report of the Rescue squad i was announced by company officials saturday after a dishearten it ing three Day search in the Gas choked corridors 540 feet under ground. Of the 142 men in the mine when an explosion occurred late tuesday. 31 came out alive. The disaster was one of the j worst in Illinois history j until the last there had been i faint but dwindling Hope that i some miners might be found As the rescuers picked their Way through the debris strewn j mine Hope was extinguished. I the bodies of the victims were mangled by the Force of the blast and even before the last by lies were found it seemed inevitable that All w Ere dead. Rescuers said the body of one Man Cliff Copple had not been recovered but they a Iii they knew where it was. They were unable to reach it. They said because of j Black Damp. Copple diet after turning Back to try to save a younger brother. Soldier pleads guilty to assault murder Champaign. Maurice t. Garrett army combat Veteran pleaded guilty to the Dei f slay. of Helen Marie i and was sentenced to ii aliment in the Illinois s i pfc. 21-year-old saturday. 29. Rape Cler. 20, i to unsafe Nerini it ins London. Our a the Bridge Crew won a 10-Lengt e Cam Lgth v Iglus the Ber of government agencies for collision of two automobiles on 96th annual renewal of Britain to the remainder of the fiscal year the Sheridan a Oso curve just North rowing classic Between the us Var ending june 30. Of Waukegan City limits. Sites. Were seriously injured in the tory Over Oxford mines to close in memory of Centralia dead Wash i ,?"4 t a John i Law is saturday called on Khz imm soft Coal miners to quit work from tuesday april i to sunday april 6 in mentors of the 111 victims of the Centralia. Ii disaster. Ile said his government con tract authorized such a period of mourning. Lewis noted that this is holy week in Christian churches i and he told his bituminous Centi i miners that the memorial period j is appropriate. Heir is on monday he fixed the mourning time i from Midnight monday March 31 until easter sunday. In a communication to the off jeers and members of his in. R., mailed out of Washington a fur i Day Lewis Aid a during this period coat production will cease and memo rial i ceremonies Church services it other exercises should be it. De to Honor our dead and to Pray to god in his infinite mercy to provide Consolation for the be a reared families. He said it is a of sacred coincidence that the greater part of designated period of mourning be during a holy ?� Lewis repeated that run. Cai i negligence on the part of Secretary of Interior j. A. Krug who Heads the Coal mines in charge of the Bitumen us i pits under Federal operation �? j responsible for the death of the men and the future ?� Lent of their families. Bodied like animals. The mine chieftain told a set i a committee Friday that the miners j killed in the Centralia tis alter j were a murdered because of the i criminal negligence of j. A Krug. He further testified that Krug Bai failed to a enforce the Law the safety code of the Industry which he negotiated with this ?� Krug declined comment when advised of Lewis testimony. A forced to work by yellow Dot j injunction secured by Krug Ani his co conspirators the safety of i these men was neglected to a Point where they died like trapped animals a Lewis said in a statement issued at a news conference. Lewis designated the mourning period because he said a owe know j from harsh experience that it is 1 Only a momentary feeling of pity on the part of the Public and to � sacrifice like others before w soon be ?� a othe american people must be aroused to the Stark re ? of the situation and the casualties of the Coal Industry the statement j continued. Lewis told a news conference i to is his opinion and of the Coal miners a should be a coast 1 office he holds. It Lewis. Imp p i Krug has disc it an i added a Ohe has by mine ?� Brav Erish Palestine Case to wait for russian approval Lake Success n. ?"ufv great Britain said saturday the. It would hold up filing the Pale Tine cases with the United n Itoi pending approval from hum France and China of a special be Sion of the general Assembly. The United states already h. Support etl the plan. A British spokesman a i h government had asked a re tar general Trygve Lue s office to g approval from the other Powers a a Courtesy step a France was understood to Lur ripped already that it could or no definite answer before m Ida a foreign office spokesman a earlier in London that or ale Cadogan. British Delegate the Security Council h id bes authorized to file the Case. Noisy be Sec a Village near Paris w As almost totally destroyed in a 1944 bombing raid. Today a i # i a to i the state allotted new Homes to families with three or More children whine h is it Model town i it building Over the ruins. These prefabricated bungalows came from America. The town i of l�6ihll6fl�?"a Obi i Quot 16uco than 85 per cent destroyed. Andre rat Beaud and family Are shown examining the remains also Bas prefabs made in several european countries. � a vilify � a Saevii Ivym Mold Home and enjoying the Comfort cd their new one. Note pictures of dec agile and rot be
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