Page 1 of 25 May 1947 Issue of Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 25 May 1947 in Racine, Wisconsin and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin.

Browse Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 25 May 1947 Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 25, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday or bulletin vol. 18, no. 3. Racine wis. Sunday May 25, 1947. 8 rage schedule hearings on two hot potatoes to exclusive club helps men Back from skid Row u. S. Bolstering of Turkey under Way segregation Issue Utility strike Bill in state spotlight is Joseph Foster Nea staff it Orr my a Dent a Eveland Ohio. A Nea i mess men White Collar workers and professional men. While a oin training a they repair and make and the furniture run a sales store collect and Bale More than six million tons of paper each year and do their own housekeeping. A othe men who come to us Are Down and out beaten despondent derelicts. They Are hopeless men according to All modern sciences but we have proved that this is not so a said maj. Peter j. Hof action for former Man head of the men s Home have completed which joined with a. A. For the a of sobriety. Project. My teamed up to form club to help men find cd from a skid ?t my club which Start and Ai Philadelphia s units in More than ties is limited to sex membership is autos granted As Firsta keep trying says Public on russian Amity by George p director. American Institute of Public opinion. Princeton n. a american Public thinking about Russia has during the period since the War to end shown a remarkable sensitivity to events involving u. S. And Russia. A summary of general attitudes in this country toward Russia appears today to be about like this there Are a lot of people who think rus a will co operate with us in world affairs. There Are nearly As Many who do not. The majority of people in tins country Are convinced that u. S. Has to be very firm in dealing with Russia. Thus they give their support to the Truman policy in Greece and Turkey. A lot of people believe that Russia is out to dominate the world. A the Amel Iran people Are very Short on patience with communistic activity in the United states. They think it ought to be against the Law to join the communist party in the United states. They think communists ought to be barred from government jobs. But a poll just completed across the nation also finds a Large majority of the Public thinking it is important that we continue to try getting along with Russia. Evidence bearing this out was brought to Light when More than 250 Field reporters for the Institute questioned a Cross Section of the voting Public As follows a should the United states continue to try to get Russia to co j operate with us in setting up a world organization or should we i. 3. Main interest to be entered on Dardanelles by de wit i mar Kenzie a foreign affairs analyst. Even As president Truman signed the historic Greco turkish Aid Bill into Law. There arrived in j i Ankara a United states military Mission to help the turks Reha i militate their poorly equipped ar-1 my for defense against any possible communist aggression. Thus without delay was begun the implementation of american to new foreign policy of helping weak countries which Are threatened by i i the red tide. Meantime the Van i guard of another american military party was in route across eur j to be to Athens there to perform similar duties for the greeks but j i main interest entered in Turkey i and the Dardanelles Strait which for three thousand years has been � i one of the world s most important j military positions. Hinged to policy. The Security of the Dardanelles it i is vital strategically to the Success j of the american policy. Greece is in Hgt rant also but in the sense s j that it is a bastion which guards i i the flank of the Strait. This narrow j i stretch of water Between the Blacksea and the Aegean is the Barrier j i on the Turnpike Between Europe 1 and Asia. Times without number j j it has run Crimson with the blood j j of armies battling for its control j the Dardanelles Strait is As. I nearly Invulnerable when Ade the i passengers off ships awaiting in quake by defended As anything can Little immigrant sat quietly on the try or clarification of status but be in this atomic Ake even during ferry boat Bench watching the handles stowaways people a f the Jast War when Hitler to War new York Skyline draw nearer j rested for illegal entry or subject machine was smashing everything i through the Early afternoon Haze. to expulsion. Deportation pro before it the fuehrer did t at behind him was Ellis Island feedings often require from two f t out Force the Dardanelles. 1 Gateway of alien entry to the weeks to several years depend j that by a dutch with something Madison wig. A i a two controversial measures one calling for increased Highway fund segregation and the other outlawing Public Utility strikes have been scheduled for hearings before Crump at carnival a e. H. Crump Memphis political Leader and Central figure in several recent Tennessee election campaigns with his wife and granddaughter Louise Crump watches Cotton carnival festivities. Ellis Island May close in new Economy move state legislative committees in Capitol this week the segregation proposal to diced by the Assembly Higi committee would increase fund from $36,000,000 to $38,1 too and add up to Mill i county and town roads to state trunk s system an am Merit outlining Complete a gation of ail Highway revenues Tima Ted at $40,000,000 for the fiscal period was introduced gently by the committee conservation problem i p the Assembly labor comm will hear argument on a or approved Bill outlawing i j Utility strikes. It would pro for compulsory arbitration. A measure proposing to yes certain commercial Fisher i from conservation commission a Hority will be conducted Beta the Assembly conservation con Putter. The hearing w la be or. I amendment setting up statute i restrictions on fishing opera uni j in outlying Waters instead a i leaving Complete regulation to j commission. Woald ban tie in sales. Other Bills to be heard be those which would permit trustees u funds in any Securi Sider to be prudent subject persons pc j bling devices for Sale to j under state gambling Law increase from 14 invest Trust is they Coit a v . A casing Gamma ties new York. Nea o z j maximum tax Levy for vocational i school aids. Outlaw tie in sales of else and offering of one item con Togent upon Purchase of another. Other in operates is shown. Interested men come from jails. A a 60-Vear-old Man workhouses Flop houses and oth a birthday party Quot or Quot sold Row Quot areas 31 doubt .62%. 31 7 things his membership Man. A graduate of the Ity of California and har a school had a Law prac to brought him a palatial id a 10.000-acre ranch. He rank an alcoholic drink ? eight years that follow nce found himself pushing Colic Ward of a for a time he quart of whiskey 20 grains of bar is v i it it Grid i place he j l a paying Job helps smooth the j Road balt a from skid Row. The furniture this Man is repairing will be sold in . Sales store. They Are Given a paying Job in i the Home a bed Good metals medical attention recreation and personal counselling. Each Man is Given a sponsor and takes a three months course in , fundamentals. Each Case is treated Sepa i Ratel on its own Merit. Eventually the a of new men leave the Home return to their families and old jobs. Some homeless men because of their age i i continue to live and work at the Home. No Man is compelled to stay. But major Hofmans to records show j that 75 per cent of those who go out within six weeks fail Thile 90 j per cent or More who stay three months make the Grade. A your turnover is great almost \ 300 a year a the major said. A and j we even have to make Rcserva-1 ?� then when a Man is sober for a full year and still washes to be associated with the Home he is initiated into the yearling club labourers Busi a which currently has 19 members. Out Russia and Friendly to her a the replies leave Little about u. S. Sentiment continue co operate. Leave Russia out. No opinion. One of the noteworthy about the present polls is the fact that Large majorities in All the major population groups want to see us keep on trying to get a world organization set up with Russia included. Democrats a n d republicans alike. World War la veterans people at All educational Levels a turn to Page 2, col. 6. Science strives to change virus into Man s ally United states for 55 years ahead of him was a new life in America. For the Black Clad foreigner this was the beginning for Ellis if Ugo Cummis nations sooner of immigration and Nat a Wuhu Oik it i 111/., i lot i or a Nubia we a _ go ahead with other nations such of e As England and France and leave t Arus United states c ing on Legal Battles and available shipping. Interned four years. Still quartered there Are some 300 German prisoners of War. Some of these internees have a realization has his Way new spent almost four years on Ellis York to port of entry will be a ban 1 Island. Done and the new immigrant the Story of Ellis Island is full will thus become one of the last of of drama and comedy woes and some thirty million aliens pro cd Stacie tears and laughter. Ceased through Ellis Island since 1892. Costly to maintain. Under consideration now of Economy members of the House appropriations committee in Washington is commissioner s Carusio to proposal to do away with Ellis Island As the Center of this country s immigration activities. His recommendations we Tould Transfer All immigration service activities to a huge Block Long building in Midtown Manhattan thus saving the Federal government an estimated $300,000 a year. Ellis Island situated in new York Harbor practically under the statue of Liberty can be reached Only by ferry from the Mainland. In the Days when the original j. Father Knickerbocker was Bowling on the lower Manhattan greens. Dutch lads and lassies like a million turkish bayonets bristling behind it. Was More than he cared to tackle until he had ironed out his difficulties with the allies. So with All these lessons to learn from. America is helping the turks get on their feet militarily. They Are among the world to Best and toughest fighting men but even the finest need training and equipment and that to what America is assisting them to secure. Peace through strength. It is estimated that Turkey can Model Ruth Brown. New York Model chosen a miss photo carnival of 1917.�?� poses for a crowd of Amateur photographers at a Field Day for shutter bugs. Called it a Oyster Island and used maintain perhaps 700.000 men unit As a picnic Grond. I Der arms and could produce More for a while it passed under the in an emergency. Well trained and names of bucking Island Gibbett to. Thoroughly equipped they could in group gets head Start on press showdown Gull Kiosk and government Island but in 1808 it acquired a permanent name when Samuel Ellis a new Jersey Farmer who hold their Dardanelles defences against a vast weight of attack. Because of this it is America s Hope that there won to be any at grim reaper i thins ranks of boys in Blue Washington. A of a the grand army of the Republic to ranks thinned by the one enemy it has found invincible will be Able to Muster Little More than a platoon w Hen the bugles blow May 30. As of May 7, Only 97 civil War veterans remained on the veterans administration pension Rolls. This j is 58 less than last memorial Day i 143 less than the year before. The government keeps no record of the men who fought on the other Side of the War Between the states. It was estimated however he former i Ake Success. N ?"ww�?" that less than 80 men of the i lines fur an East West fight Over in federate army survive., ,.to the Federal government global Freedom of information owned the land ceded it to the tack and that Washington to new Federal government. I foreign policy therefore will have big fire in 1897. Justified itself in this instance by in 1892 it officially became the main lining peace. That of course is Chicago our a Nobel nerve Center of u. S. Immigration. In 1897 a disastrous fire destroyed All the buildings and records. At present there Are 500 assorted immigrants and aliens under j the various groups Are kept i army Check arrives the purpose of the policy to eliminate turkish weakness and thereby remove an invitation to aggression. Were drawn Deary in the United nations though the showdown was Mon to Awny. The pattern of soviet resistance to Western ideas for increasing the flow of information through the we world was set in the in sub july 15. Pays monthly pensions ranging from its to $100 to the veterans who wore Blue but Grants no benefits to the men of the Gray who fought against the Union Flag. Eldest of the group is Albert hard 31 Portsmouth Terrace. Rochester n. who will be los separated in their respective categories but families Are not torn apart. Food Bill in Germany 163 million in 4 months after 48-year wait los Angeles a 71 a forty eight years Frank Fetherolf figures is better than Par in any waiting game. Fetherolf 76. A Spanish american War Veteran received a discharge travel allowance Check for $374.30 covering his homeward passage from the Philippines in 1899. A new arrival inspects his locker. This is the Only alcoholics Anonymous unit in the country where members live together. Who Obol in getting is anon a. Units live to cd men in the Cleve rude College Grad e Only a. Members the huge old fashioned build prize winning chemist belief i in so designed by Stanford White that the deadly virus some Day run up a. Iare monthly main May be changed by science into penance Bill. An ally of Mankind. I in the opposite Side of the or. Wendell m. Stanley of the i 1 edger those who want to keep Rockefeller Institute for medical Al is Island in its present Capaci research Princeton n. J., said j amp que to quietly what is to be that viruses already have been come of the Marine Hospital that changed in test tubes. Such sex occupies a Good half of the Island pediments he said May result in 1 what outdoor facilities will be berlins up a the american one of Medicine to greatest Tri mailable As recreational areas to military government reported that umps. Aliens who frequently must spend the United states and Britain spent Stanley who shared the Nobel at station before being $163,000,000 on food imports to prize in chemistry last year for admitted or deported Western Germany in the first four his work in developing an influx i Ellis Island not Only processes months of this year Enza vaccine spoke in acceptance of the Willard Gibbs medal awarded by the Chicago Section j of the american chemical society. Vaccines to prevent smallpox and yellow fever he said Are the London of a the spright Liest bearing. A democratically a she Ted. Queen Mary held rigidly to result of natural changes in virus old lady in England turns 80 on picked up . Hitchhikers during i a schedule that would have tired Structure. But development of 26. World War ii. But she did it As Many women half her age. In such beneficial strains he said,1 a Princess May they called her n Queen. No one who has met her j one recent month she attended has been a matter of Luck. In the Days of the Empire builders. I can imagine her forgetting the six exhibitions an opera a play science still must conquer Many Queen Mary is her title now a Royal manner. Sand filled eight other Public in other virus diseases including name revered by millions of tragedy struck Early for a Oprin Gage ments. Poliomyelitis measles mumps. Britons canadians australians j Cess ?� less than a month after j she goes to any and All sorts of virus pneumonia and the common South africans new sealanders he became engaged to her eng a affairs Hospital benefits Indus cold. I and colonials in an Era when the j land s Prince Edward Duke of i trial fairs Book exhibitions pot Stanley said that a notable Prog Empire of her girlhood shrinks Clarence died of influenza in 1891. Tery shows. Scotland Yard Delight Ressy has been made in Laboratory 1 Day by Day. Two years later she married Prince de her by taking her fingerprints attempts to produce beneficial she has been a Dow Ager Queen j George later to be King. and solemnly keeping the in virus strains through chemical a Queen in name Only since the everyone in court circles thought press ions for future reference reactions in experiments with the death of George a her husband j the marriage suitable. A owe Are j visit waxworks virus we Thich causes the tobacco la years ago but the cheer that much Token with dts a May a said Plant disease known As tobacco goes up when her ancient red j the old Queen Victoria mosaic. Committee on Freedom of information which was preparing the Agenda for the Long planned world conference on news Freedom. The Parley will not be held until Spring in Europe but the struggle began Friday when the commission. Overriding soviet objections at almost every turn recommended abolition of peacetime censorship prohibition of arbitrary expulsion of news correspondents and elimination of financial re Dan Al Tibet the payment was made under striations and combines which in a new Law enacted in 1945. 1 Pede the free flow of information. Close behind Are wedge 544 Penn ave iii., who was born oct. And Albert Ray. Hint born dec. 18. 1842 f veterans on the pension born in 1943, and eight in 1844. Wisconsin pc nah e. Cass. 99 305 South Barstow St. Eau Claire Ancel Goolsbey. 98, Chetek Lansing a. Wilcox iou Cadott. In addition. Charles l. Hooker 98, now is listed As a resident cd Virginia minn., and Albert wove Soh too of Duluth. Britons Toast dowager Queen As she turns eighty Marl no. 5 on Jinx list takes fatal plunge she loves plays anti movies. Limousine appears gives evidence never met Wally. I he sound track of one film a othe that the British people to regard for but the reign of George and wicked lady a was censored for her does not go by the Calendar. Mary was not a comfortable one fear it might offend her. But rhe laugh at her hats. For England. In four years came turned up later at an uncensored they laugh at her hats when the first world War from which performance of the u. S. Play Washington our a before starting out on a swimming party David Nicholson 17, told friends a of expect Iti be no. 5 on the Jinx ?� his grandmother had died in a Opick up girls and. By her patronage helped make it a hit. One Day recently went with the Duchess of Kent and her Chil a drunkard if hooked hut not at the police station. Maj. Peter j Dolman head of the salvation army to men s Home in Cleveland make the re ration. After one year of saying a Ono and making it stick this Man w ill be eligible for the yearling club. They remember them. They May Europe including England never a and her More racial subjects do i recovered. Then came economic a question whether the monarchy depression. Is needed in the modern world. I King George died in 1936 and but they smile affectionately when their eldest son. Queen Mary to j Dren to mme. Tussaud to Wax the old Queen to name is mentioned favorite succeeded him As Edward works for the first time in 40 and they never fail to cheer her Chi. Everyone knows of the crisis years. Attendants said she had a january. A month later his step when she passes. That preceded Edward to abdication j wonderful time Mother succumbed to Shock in a one reason May be that Princess no one outside her tight Circle j for a1 that most londoners dentists to chair. A first Cousin died Victoria Mary Augusta let Ouise Olga of friends knows the agony it Cost have seen her repeatedly they Early this month and his half Pauline Claudine Agnes of Teck Queen Mary. form crowds and applaud when brother was killed in an Automo has acted every Inch a Queen since whatever her own feelings the Ever the regal old Queen Mary she first ascended the throne old Queen has abide by the de j appears. But they leave her in alongside diffident George v incision of history. She has never strict seclusion at stately Marl-1910. Met the american woman who i Borough House overlooking St. Through personal and National became the Duchess of Windsor j James Park where she has lived tragedy she has retained the regal As her 80th birthday approach since her husband s death. May trial reaches Climax this week ?"oi5 it fraud and bribery trial of congressman Andrew j reaches its Climax this wreck when the kentuckian undergoes Cross examination by a government prosecutor on his wartime dealings with the Caroon munitions Combine. Legal observers pc Fate depends More come of his bout Wii William a. Paisley than c the testimony that has g r. The record in the five wee the trill. Aware of the Imperial. The Cross examination Mal he would rest preparatory to tinting jus testimony the will resume in Fedenis court monday after a weekend recess 47 gifts to governors bring varied dividends Mary of England bile Accident two weeks ago. A few minutes after he dived into the water Friday David suffered an attack of cramps and was drowned. To some. Queen Mary is the t embodiment of a greater happier i Era to others she is entitled to a respect As a dignified woman of j 80, Royal antecedents apart. But offer a birthday Toast to a othe old j Queen and you will look far for 1 Watermelon i the Brit who w ill not smile and i and Vernier \ i Clink glaces. Nors but look at nor Charles m. I in return for and buckets of n caries fellow ext in return Colorado cant. Cherries Arkan Wisconsin that s Light. Cd

Search All Newspapers in Racine, Wisconsin

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection