Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
18 May 1947

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18 May 1947

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 18, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal. Time bulletin vol. 18, no. 2.Racine, wis., sunday May 18, 1947. 6 Page lottery Bill tops legislative Speed up to slate poll indicates gop optimism on the Wane 11p rom Tiff Mcra Fri in hut of Puhi or opinion Price Tox n a tire pub a revert it n lifter the Etee Nfn meter a to ugly 948 flip Isufi to the re a � in last i or the Publ cart to Ltd Day Hie of refit a sad to my recent a fid Enre to a in 194 a it a Rifo Ryty the re Jolt i november to now ors t v trailed Tati Bee even re a Ive Are la a they mete r pm a Fie to ref tub or tto on Kwi fixed to in it i i today of per rent titty i a Little def a the of Tiki Dur a find voter ooh Rpu Burati Victory lipped substantially a ill nay it Mill or non to m ill m in to 1948, but that majority r s3 per cent. A con cent teat dec pm Bevin angers american press on big 4 news a croup of the Racine naval Reserve diction Quot stand it unit a Nappy and military in appearance. Inspection a monthly event keep the lit i them to Miftar i Iii be it i ton. Out of every too id the co p. A i Der icy in Mindi at 11 Trail a cd in in to a tie Aal. And indicate in Tutti Demurray a net in the Timber. A in its last it ii the november Elc a tit ult today had in All Parta of the Regardie Lech v Ena the a St Long Cie Ion a Limo gave i he i if Kim Ion for 1444 or cent f them say try in going to win a to own i River the e a tent to fir voter morale months Alme no a k. Fight after i Lions the infield reporter country a a f Nom yet a h party a your do you the e if win the presidential i sepi in inadequate far Little the division a obtained some gear. Eel a practical lecture in Rad a in to time above an electronic group Yogi a think it Mim Lite Hill h in think a a it i Hill urn i ride id cd i 11 Iii i i Mill k think Itron Hamdu Hilt h in think Ltd la i h ill in i net id re a s3 i Al 79 13 operation naval Reserve keeps men ready to unzip the ship Washington of a British foreign minister Ernest Bev in f Savage attack on the United states Prema viewed in Many Quarter a forewarning of a British Campaign to return the big foul a Siou of the Council of foreign minister to secret diploma or. His charge that the United Stales pre set Quot full coverage of the recent my of conference was primarily to blame for the failure fell on unsympathetic ear Here. Rev in asked for the in Rath of the american press and american officialdom and it was forthcoming at once. A Howard president of the americans Trety of newspaper fat Dors said Besin a does t clearly understand the tradition of the Freedom of information if he did. Howard said. Or would not have Gnade to Cly a prof ars 11 loll. Sec retail of state George c. Marshall re my comment immediately. But he can be is inn Ted to repudiate the Rev in thesis As w Ell 1 As his proposal that the Council i revert to the unsuccessful system of telling the world Only what can by agreed in in a formal communique if fee Vii for Opsaal had been followed m Moscow announcing in a communique Only agreements i there would have been in official new of the conference because in a tor agreements w Ere reached. Bevin a statement made during a a our a of commons debate on foreign policy was immediately challenged Here As inconsistent. On the one hand. Ravin professed to be a great believer in Freedom of the press and pm de to Quot secret negotiations. Tin the other hand he denounced the press especially the american pres for covering the Moscow meeting comprehensively and pro Weed to draw a thick veil of secrecy around future meetings. Rev statement was a warning of trouble ahead for the press at the november Tendon meeting of the Emmet a meeting that both i lev i n and French foreign governor signs measure killing Home Rule Law 1>4� Pontiac a dinking character study is this photo of Jim Pontiac great grandson of chief Pontiac might eighteenth Century Ottawa Indian Warrior of the Michigan wilds. Although 95 year old. He still Hunts fishes and does All his own chores at his Mcbain. Mich., Home even to Wood cutting steel bootleggers under fire a a a a Senate caucus to question boiler maker it opt tithe disunion g o i ter Esprit do win Cli. A 4 Wilt he perhaps the meal fateful in history Siriani Sass it will be operation a Al re rave get unwary hums Only and take Tram High school and radio program if it world last Chance to Nero to under Way today and does t pull my als on a voluntary ism heir a a re until neat sunday. Starvation ran be taken from either. The ofter at ton differ Fri pm my i although the ll-1 group i paid. Military Maneu vers inasmuch a the a is Rad stressed to it Fain it i aimed at preventing War of men for the division stressed Are suitcase now. A subpoena is beading his Way. The i. S sen. Ate wants to ask him my ques mister George Iti Dault Aglee by i i High k c. In ii a Washington. A it or a. F Kurt the St. I Amis boiler maker does t know it yet unless there is a portentous ringing in hts ears but he d better Start packing hrs urn of $24< a % m Quarles said the Price was Mur Al Adison lbs the r week i legislature begins Quot Creed up be sons. With both House starting their work week monday night instead of tuesday morning to main measure up for hearings the week would repeal the constitutional ban on lotteries school Aid License aircraft and allow the stat to regulate Timber cutting the legislature1 started tackling its labor program Taal wee by giving approval to two Bill controlling labor. The Biti Banning strike in pub lie utilities and providing for compulsory arbitration As a la resort to Settle Tabor disputes in utilities passed its firs legislative test in the Senate. The Senate gave preliminary approval by an 18 to 13 vote a margin the was expected to assure passage next week. 4 Compromise Bill proved the As Sembly Friday pasted a Bill requiring unions to operate under a democratic procedure the measure sets up several worker Quot rights of self or mutation Quot Rne Arling la r re to vol t maintain membership in Good standing in a labor a i a Bor opposed this Section my it was a a Oback door to outlaw my the closed shop other provision require Union meetings to be conducted Accord my to democratic Para Mesdary procedures a tit a Quot reasonable number of financial reports to members and forbid i against workers who want to join a Union. The Utility strike control Bill is a Compromise measure drawn by four professors who Are experts in labor relation and four representatives of both management and labor. Fir vet Xuy twined. Another Compromise on con male Kurt at la. Wal Torf and , we Kwh us a he said he could let me have 50 Merit in Quarles replied Quot steel Sheet was listed at $75 a ton at the Milt if you could get it at All which you could t in i went to week when the stat medical society and co operative agreed ors a new Bill allowing co operative and Hospital i he rub log i it of a. Way nth a St Ion to Lee tuber. May at roots test Wiki Sun i to % Hein think in Miau Hill him is think ii it i Hill h in a eighteen pet tent or rats Are undecided today. Of 11 Hilf inv iez46 i Oday think firm Kuiv Hill win i think to Cut. Hill i Milt a Quot i the dem i t build Fig a tallied Forte of naval the Faits that the men who join it a f Voas Roe of the old Safe Are aiding then rvs entry by by lid a tiaras of Amenta in Estment my up in Strong naval be serve a in Prate a deft use against the threat of Conrd Iii to the Navy Way of War. And other benefits that Arr in. Thinking it made Asie when the such a training in a Trade it i s put its surplus ships in the entitle quo know How. Travel and plastic of site test Quot a Gipper Fleet Quot practical est it i cow e. A Tai Anet whet Rte user rust Tea Dnay i an re re Tomal activities prestige to Ltd Juit them Lull Hie Navy Jaunt to Pride in the Navy and Advance one weak be m the arrangement. Merit and promotions which pot a ship is Only a Good As the naval reservist far ahead of of men win a sail it you ran i put in in Rase War would break out. Blam in Mothballs it is in a a eligible to participate Are vet Slid to Seal off and leave Dot in 3 it ans. Who enrol at their last held arid the Quot know How of millions rate in Servile and civilians i of trained technician and a Erial to 39 and or to acquaint the pub ate a United Pence. Lie w Ith the purpose of the naval he crr and to attract men to the i it Nen i Inch div Ision a n interested in join i London Trig Are timing invited to the train during the War my renter at Rio Washington ave churn he in England and Wile Ane Day of the week and monday the in or fair ated Church building and wednesday night. Society said today. Married Folk pay less tax in Community property states and old better Start at the beginning in Case he a forgotten his part in my amazing tale on last March x the machinery of the Stan Gard Dickerson corp. Of Newark. N. J. A grinding out a pm it Bra of a a re that was Worth $3,750 destroyed twi a he Niobe steel sheets. The management was frantic it had Fumi Worth of orders but not a steel Mill ill America could deliver any More raw material. Marked for i in or decoys but he was desperate he sent i Man wading two Miles m operate medic through i be Snow in Hoboken a or of to it fore or spotted the right freight car at a pier. Each Sheet was wrapped for Export in paper Bear co oper alive scored another Victory when acting gov Oscar Rennebohm signed the Bill they my the Trade Mark of the Inland shored of give a Monty Bourd steel corp Quarles paid the St of Fth state p sri Louis boiler maker $l?.w>0 for the a Orr miss Ion the de. Cor on then whether Power dam should a he told the Railroad to end it Over to Newark the Railroad said. Nothing doing built in Slemc Benne Bohm s sustained by the areas veto Assembly a last there a f 1.000 in freight and work for Senate had Over demurrage Bill Quarles said. Emden it. His Veo killed a by Quot Looker it cried the purchasing but i got him on the phone and agent shot my a new York news or said he d pay half it Kurtz had gone Hack to St Louis of ing a 72-Hnur-a-week us. R firemen to working hour in second and third crass cities to a or Uii Orr the no of John v Quarte the Man wet this and Sheet steel Carload lots Immy Price Lmh a St Quadric Penl the senators ordered to a subpoena other develop menu. Other chief leg Dative develop Quarte got in touch with the advertiser who represented some that almost quadrupled in Price ids a know How which Cost billions to obtain. In hide in Ilian. In Racine. Of Comdr. Snow emphasizes Alt Are Welcome to apply for membership but the stress is h in p Fly a a cd m a cd the re they Weir at present the naval revery on it our to by id the Noe Ciocu on the question today. Pastor Hurt in car crash lbs is primarily of the Veteran who manned the ships and fired the guns in world War la it Aims at the training of both veterans pole persons satyr in co Iii dec attend said no to be is v Ere b a today listed seven i Bority be a a re noon i a by and an Auto Salle and Wolff St. Is. Luke Hospital is appeared the Auto was driven by Rev. O \. Magnus Seft. 2130 Mound ave who a potable Chest injury. He a taking Lour confirms on Ria students to the my Wauke a cum when the Accident of cur owls the students who a Uff tid cuts Arti Brit is it Are Jeanne Kouski 15, 940 Marquette St. Betty Jensen. 23. 2525 Arlington ave. Glenn Jensen. 13, 426 West blvd., and James Woodward. 13, 1021 Arthur ave police two women were injured on the bus. Which was driven by i Olney 424 Para View. The women who were not listed for treatment at either St Lune or St. Mary s Hospital Are mrs Maria bog land 1302 Isabelle ave., and mrs. Dorothy Popiacki 1303 Wolff St. Germans to testify in u. S. Treason trial Frankfurt Germany it Dvo f if tee i t Rii and a Titan left Here by plane tar the United Sta a Friday to a fear As wit a it a a a of in the treason trial of doughs Chandler an american accused the future Many of them who otherwise would have no Opportunity for foreign travel will be urged to Ai d younger men who As the years Nul a Rrue a Ltd on to it Navy s ,.j Roll by will have acquired the Bat flew agony flattops mixers. A necessary Quot know How Quot and will do Royers and amphibious units tic trained in the latest develop foreign shores on a pay basis ment u it if it Ever ierome a Stipe to it ship. Be Essary to unzip the ships they i Quot a ration to the. Training pro inc me to v h Vidi a the Ranee division a set up it their income thai. In e since is Oji ration up ,4l, a a of by Etic programs. Naval Reserve including basketball and fast pitch i Laving a Art in the program 1,1 Al leagues. It is hoped is the Racine naval Reserve Din to broaden that program after an Siori which was founded under the a us it built Titre. Guidance of a number of Navy a Ore a,5w or obtaining a ship on w hich members of the Reserve will be trained in Navega y1 lion seamanship and actual ship these Are the to Community Board operations. Property state Arizona Idaho from a financial standpoint the fall Fola a c v a d a. Louisiana Reserve program brings $6.chk to new Mexico. W Ashington Texas. Racine in its quarterly payrolls. Oklahoma Oregon. To participate in operation the first eight have had of naval Reserve the Racine Divi Mii nity property Laws for year. A a a Sion a made arrangements for Oklahoma adopted the system Leal Supply and indoctrination a Muae Jurrun germ Lur. _. Billboard and newspaper adm several year ago. Oregon just this Tising. Talk at the three senior or. This i How couple in 38 state a. Of Khz stuck for higher taxes than Stassen explains couple in the other in Jones married with two Chil r red but a rays veterans sept. I 1946. With la then. T Comdr. Randall Snow As com manding officer. Since then without Ballyhoo the. Program set up has drawn 185 men to the Organ Ted division for a a to am. Elei Trie arid diesel engineering. Radio radar and sonar deck gunnery navigation med thais because couples in those to a called Community property states can Divide their income to get a lower tax rate. Here How Pami make $10,000 a year mama makes nothing. At income tax time mama claims half the $10,000 As her income. So each pays tax on Only $5,000. Papa paying tax on $10,000. This make the total tax on the family smaller. This i unfair to couple in the other 38 states where they can to in those state each mud claim what he makes As his own. On Ere talk of change. Congress talks now of giving couples in them 38 states the same break those in the to get. Done to expect it this year. Maybe next body. Who represented somebody while in route to new York. Nothing unusual about it said Quarles. Quot steel bootleggers con Ite i Miri he i the supreme court upheld the dude Deli Virv in Nev York Quot ?"de a married Law. Quarles got in touch with Nimpie in to state pay lower to fms no the uw9 want w9f Federal incomes taxes than couples thah xxx bark to French and sgt am h Day else in this country and had not been Quot and t finally of a Ted this fellow cooked up to get cheaper taxes. M a room of the Waldorf Astoria Fiou Ousler offered us $75 sheets at in Short they had been in exist hotel he testified. $210 once before there were any income Quot what fellow demanded sen agreed his Boss aug us taxes. Edward Martin of who was Tus c. Studer. Or. Receiver for the Laming nut with the court the conducting an investigation into ice Box company we never knew Revenue Bureau asked Congress by charges that steel bootlegging was who d offer us a Load of steel or Law to Force Community property forcing Many a Manu f what Price one of these Bro state couples to Lump their income facture into bankruptcy. Hers turned out to be a dentist in in one return. I thu Man. Kurtz the president the Bronx to for the Hoiler maker to appear orients of the week were the gov Here with his Story of the steel Fornor sgt and 27 Bills including on that cuts out legislators twee icy mileage payments unless they actually make the trip the Senate passed a Bill to raise the maximum vocational school tax Levy for in i it to 2 Mills the Assembly killed a compulsory milk pasteurization Bill and the Senate passed two Hospital Bills to enable the a a a to receive Federal Aid for Hospital construction. Reene Rohm approve Congress would no to do it. Of the St. Louis boiler and equip the senators would have sub Quot Home rile it repeal training. An aviation group also has been formed. The Racine division has shared the old Klinkert building at 830 Washington ave. With the youth a a i d la it in. Ii but now fed that the Bocking Center although it has served Well St Paul of Pic Harold Stas Lor organizational purposes i in financial Barking in his adequate negotiations arc under re mpa in for the sop for a for a Butler Type a nomination was explained by armory he by 120 feet to a Tel a rid Date. Dren. Live in Texas a Community property state. His net 1946 income. After expense was $10,000. His wife claimed $5,000 As her. Jones and his wife filed separate commodare the to airline needs. Returns each paying tax on $5,000, my own a personal finance for total tax $1,178 min Hillery and other equipment army for my apr rotary but Here to. Smith married with. In the naval Reserve Neseem a by program. Kew rvs is divided in its drive to get men to come aboard the naval Reserve prone derived from Lei titres and two children living in new York writing. He said. Quot the entire trip which is not a Community prop abroad of course was paid for erty state. By the toadies Home ?t Uke Jones Smith net income Campaign contributions were was $10,000 his wife could no to Jam two organization Are set timing accepted in Large and Small claim any of it. He had to pay up. The organized Reserve of amounts but All with the under tax on his $10,000 income such in the Bai Nie division and standing that there were a Ono Smith to tax was $1,862. Or $684 the Volunteer Reserve v-6. Strings attached. Stassen told the More than Jones tax. The o-1 differs from v-6 in Republican state Central com upheld by hich court that attendance at weekly Drill Mittee. Right after world War i these vim is compulsory but the Quot nor Are we Strep King any government to internal Revenue men get pay ranging from $2.50 contributions so Large that there Bureau which collects taxes Chal a a Imera in Broad to $10 a a a a of Ion men who enrol might be some suspicion that there legged the Community property Caca for the nazis from be Many. In v-6 attend sessions on a vol were strings he added. Law s. Penned him. Too but Studer could no to remember the name of the tooth Yanker with the steel business s id e 11 n e. Everybody Madison. ?"w�>�?"wisconsin s a Home rules Law on natural Gas was repealed saturday when acting gov. Oscar Rennebohm have trl for air. Stu i Errol Bill cancel Der added except the Mills which a Munith rights to made it. Service commission boder maker Kurtz in any event will appear in the Senate t caucus room next wednesday morning at to or else he Wal veto Public permits of Natur metro Ducton or Extension a1 Gas pipelines with repeal of the a Home Rulea a. A a. Law the commission will hav the Ted How he to a dding Ina work on Naura Gas pert tuts. From Tho Waldorf a tal that a As Abo t, a Hill made for shipment to i rope. Grand my the University of this should Mike an interesting Story it May even help explain the High Cost of refrigerators. Be seeing you. Or. K. Cousin $431.hl of this. is a special appropriation for textbooks and supplies for University Extension centers the remaining $361,141 will be taken from the University Post War building appropriation to pay for incidental expense and equipment in temporary budding being erected by the Federal government on the Madison Campus. Spends half is life preparing eur death Martin a sub now ski. 72-year-old Cleveland. Ohio car it Criter. Stands proudly beside the coffin which he started to build seven years ago. After saving pieces of Fine Wood for 35 years Quot who ?� he says. Thoughtfully Quot if i had not kept Busy budding my Collin i might be dead today. Hearing june 4 on Bill to lower immigration bars Washington chair Hanover arca tested Man Fellows f rep Maine said his a a House judiciary subcommittee will for undiscovered Oil open Heartng-5 june 4 on legislation Berlin a it v a Bra and to lower United states to Migra american Oil experts Are trying i Hon harriers for an emergency be to solve the problem which give Rind this would permit entry of Adolf Hitler so Mir headache a a Ofair share of Europe Home a getting More Oil from the countess refugees. Try s own resources Fellows told newsmen that the equipment from the committee has been receiving states has been ordered to make i Quot armful of telegrams letters and geological frit in the Hanover postcards in support of the Meas area at the British lore in a. Of Are. Many of them were identical fort to uncover reserves of crude he said indicating a Well Organ of there 1 izod Campaign. American officials said that the the measure introduced by rep. Geological Structure in the h in Stratton rep ii would permit Over area gives every indication entry of refugee from Germany there May be undiscovered a ii Austria and Italy a Orn a number resources there a to to they declined ret equivalent to a part of the total make any estimate of the possible i quota unused during the War. Extent of such deposits

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