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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 30, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin
Law hits Back at red charge Detroit i a to t or triers of the c i o. United Auto workers took so a of Issue with Michigan governor k m Sigler to testimony that the communist party has a Ned absolute control of certain a in of or i i o i is Sigler to remarks Friday before the House committee on activities were described by president Walter p. Up ther As part of the current a drive which organized reaction has launched against arvo and Liberal forces in this country. Vice pre Dent r. J. Thomas arb be teary treasurer George f abbr two of the three . High officials who Sigler testified were captives of the communist party in t o United states a had Quick denials to the charge. Andes v to said he spoke for both ailed the Republican gov error to statement a a falsehood Quot v. H re apparently was obtained from a poisoned ?� there was in personal comment from Richard c i Otard . Vice pres Dent Ann the third member of the Trio attacked by Sigler. Reuther. Known in the , a opposer of communist influence i Quot a Ess Union criticized the go Emor s remarks and said he a at. D fight a Republican party in our internal of pocket Pic ked for twins Mother Koala and twins she reared in a Pouch intended for one. Found on Phillip Island off the Mainland of Victoria Australia these were reported by experts to be the first know instance of twins among koalas. Rearing of twins had been considered impossible. Bradley anxious to quit Post As director of a by James Marlow that Bradley resented the idea of ?"�?"running any cuts in the a. Lute of ret fair?.�?� Delp drilling goer ahead Houston. Tax a u p a a Survey among a Mon can Oil opera to revealed the More than f too 000.000 has been spent in exp i or if g Quot in Earth crust below the 12 Kio foot level. The Survey showed that 326 Wells in this deepen no it ass have Cost from $89.-000 to More than $1,000,000 a Welt the a rage Cost was $250,000. The veterans administration is a big Job and a Tough one. Because it to Tough and getting bigger. President Truman More than a year a borrowed con. Central said Omar Bradley from the army to run a. How does he like the job0 apparent in not much. He wants to do so and i am trying to to the got Back to the army As soon Best i can until i can by replaced. Election cuts in 1 on legislation Madison win?"uh�?"wiscon i sin to legislators will curtail their activities this week because of the j Spring election tuesday and Good Friday but on wednesday and thursday they will try to make up for lost time. Hearings have been scheduled wednesday for 85 Bills. Full calendars also Are planned for that Day As they Are for tuesday night when both houses will Convene and on thursday. The Only hearings scheduled tuesday Are those of the joint committee on finance. A limited number of hearings Are on the books for thursday. Gambling Law up. Several controversial issues Are scheduled for airing among them a Resolution which the attorney general has held would discourage enforcement of gambling Laws. The Resolution sponsored by assemblyman Harper rep. Lancaster would put the legislature on record As of the opinion that Dingo sponsored by non profit groups violates no moral Law and that anti gambling Laws should no he enforced in those instances a hearing on the Resolution will be before the Assembly state affairs committee thursday. The joint finance committee i will wind up major hearings on. I executive budget measures wed Quot i am not trying to build ult need a when a a Ron ter he prot up. I did not ask for this Job. In of adv took it because i was asked posed appropriation of $17,000,000 for the University of Wisconsin. A hearing will he held wednesday on a Hill by senator Hedin rep. Ogema to abolish the three member ranking commission and in its place substitute a single banking commissioner. Strike views to be aired. A Bill by senator Reuther dem Milwaukee outlawing the Sale of Cigar ets by vending machine will he heard by the Senate judiciary committee wednesday. The Assembly labor committee meeting wednesday will hear arguments on a proposal by assemblyman Runden rep Union Grove to prohibit strikes unless they Are approved by a vote of the workers five Davs before the 1 strike is to be held. A proposal to restrict drastically the Powers of the conservation 1 commission will be heard wednesday by the a pm blvd user \ a?i�o committee it is a Bill by a mean Keyman in Clair rep two Rivers that would take away i from the commission jurisdiction Over the great Laike Waters Mother. Son Long lived Farmington. Maine?"<u Al a on her 30th birthday mrs. Viola ? gave birth to a son she and the son have just observed t simultaneously their 102nd and?o2nd birthday respectively. Canary teams up with the Stork Norman of a Mattick. Clr a Rte ii Englee cent at the University of a startled fellow Studen he announced the ufos r Atine m nut a Lett St rids March ii i a a Bradley told him that was his attitude and then he Cut Loose with both barrels on Taber. The to As he can. Which i Hope will lie As soon As by be foil listening to what he possible because it is a thankless some of Job no Matt i How done and i am just trying to make the Best of it and doing the Best i can to carry out what i think the Congress intended?� our clean de luxe truces will move your furnishing safely to a new Home or to our dry and Light storage building. Phone Jackson 4061 Sorensen notes 111 Lockwood ave. Says about it. Bere Are the a problems. Billions of details. The a operates the veterans and trains them gives them Loans to buy Homes and handles their insurance. There Are billions of details in Ireci up in that. Ai this time there Are 13.300.000 it Lorans of world War ii and other wars eligible for veterans benefits of one kind or another. A is paying for the schooling leased by the Illinois natural rfcs it 1,700,000 veterans now to in 10,000 tory Survey showy milk wild ducks absorb Shotgun pellets Chicago Ltd 0>�?"ll takes More than a couple of Shotgun pellets to get a Good Duck Down figures re our obligation it in of my com ply with every desire of the family. Fidure to do so would be o breach of obligation. Separate schools and colleges. Another 720.000 Are training in 358,000 Job training places. In january alone a received i 927.522 Snow irate pieces of mail it 4 too Contact representatives held 2,394,786 personal conferences with veterans in a offices they answered 955,840 Telephone Calls for information they prepared Survey technicians by fluoroscopic examination of trapped Birds at Spring Lake National wildlife Refuge near Savanna 111., found that two of every five ducks were carrying Lead shot in their i bodies. One Pellet was found in 58 per cent of the Birds and two in about 443.733 pieces of correspondence _ and they aisle Veteran in fill � or cent. In other Calm a Man Ine out #28,727 application forms a Shn were found. Avoid the Woeich Ltd Ruth visit us the first port of the week 7e a a Elf groomed Mon it the one who Riff j one of our Thompt regularly tor o haircut a Thoro or a Motoye look to these shops for better service West Racine Barber and Beauty shop St w Athing ton ate. Hazlett Barber shop 414 Ittah St. Jerk. Sam h0tei Racine Barber shop hot a Marine Alif. Faar As Barber shop la s Slat St. I it pays to Loos. Will for benefits general Bradley went up to Congress to ask the House appropriations committee for More Money to keep the a going. The chairman. Representative Taber new York Republican is very it Onomy a slide and has been very eager to Cut Down the number of government employees. Mindful of this general Bradley had sent out a Telegram to Allva branches to keep Down expense and not hire any More people. He read Tabor a letter from one of the doctors running a veterans Hospital saying his people were in a of panic because of his order. Making a Best of it. The general read the letter. Tabor did no to like it. He told Bradley he was to i nost of the opinion the Survey Isno to sure yet what its investigation proves except that a lot of Duck Hunters Are poor shots. Greenwood funeral Home 1003 14th St. Phone Jackson 6531 paid Anvren Biumi it authority i m Pat re pay to j Quot try her a in Jiin in Mercer Cummin. William Artic chairman or s my a Auk a. My Lorack a to _ hear Over Wren sunday 12 30 p. M. To 12 45 p. M. Frank r Ranney prominent a. F. Of l labor Leader speak in behalf of Justice James Ward Rector of the Wisconsin supreme court election tuesday. April i paid it n r a a i h Law gift 32? 31� Leopold emf Alderman it Fri 13th Ward your Taxe y and efficient Oty government work together flit t a. Harry Chapman i a Oman Ava. A a he Pai Ala it m. A Wuu vote for a a Harry Chapman non partisan candidate Alderman now is the time. A to have your Spring clothes put into shape. Repairing and alterations on men s and ladies to garments. A suite refined a trouser and jacket zippers replaced a new trouser pockets a Best workmanship a Best service if in nip v i i pii9 in d i Hank a Khlil Ian tailor 703 fourteenth St. Jackson 2390 paid and remelt iat a fkr fled Bai in a 1 a Sac a journal Timo by on Baar for Mam Hub. I tar. Kona a. Till Villa 8 Hart we Racine needs a change elect John e. Gothner mayor tuesday april i ran and Tate r�ts>4 a a a 1 ii Sari i her it a elect. Earle Christensen nor Sparf tor jote Alder Aaan of the 15th Ward i syk Ward rtt it fax a far la fun paid m r1 i it by John to Campos. Acc a tits a it has suet vote for and retain Johh h. Campbell is your City assessor rain aug the a and in s3 paid a tit to it Urr trn of Cornu?�# tar pm Jude Goodland Harmon c. Wond chairman hot a file Nav Rann it retain. Paid and f Artar of a a Hor nod and i a Pant a tit Marina Jan in a1 Tomas it David raft re main of. Harm to some poets about David Richter Roto Roohr sewer cleaning pliant Pras pact 02 i r port Muscatel a Sherry Blackberry by volume a 40 proof ?t2.75 gallon i .45 i Gal 75c fifth popular brands Case Bock Beer a $2.59 Case 85 up 10o proof Bourbon or Rye whiskey 2 35 fifth limit ?"2 for $4.55 Reeves li9uor store 1240 n. Mom 4pm Ort fill�4 m Sci 9 r. M. Delivery service Prospect 1552 % i h >1 Elmer d. Goodland a Good judge for municipal court election tuesday april 1st candidate for Alder Aaan first Ward a a of a a a it air tat rid Llu re rerun it ir4 Alrh a at a Mitt a it re i a a. »�4 in Hill the inn a Ltd fax air or 14 4m�m#4 a a Quot pm to Tab a termer pm a Man to it Villa Ufa. Not Lim i aerate Tath. It flee Fth Rev at#rf#4 in Rovt affair a4 in in a Allyl a Alln no a Arv far la Offir. Support in the election tuesday april i will be tin Cerly appreciated paid 0vt�tmrul i a. Skrut a a 13 altar 8a. And�4 v a i a to by time for a change vote for Christ flatten for Alderman of the 9th Ward paid and t mtg of \ f a part i by Lon St Agata in coat a 8. I elect Leo Stepnowski Alderman 3rd �4 of it Rij i stir. Of paid Adaa it f Tan r Haw d a a it Parvia re elect Harold Gade Alderman Lith Ward keep Progress on the March
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