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9 Nov 1947

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 09, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday -1 bulletin vol. 18, no. 27.Racine, wis., sunday november 9. 1947. 8 rages blow at bolshevism snags soviet policy by Dewitt Mackenzie a foreign affairs analyst. Small straws show which Way the wind blows and your attention is directed to a trend which would seem to be a tacit admission by Russia that she is encountering really Tough going in her program of communist expansion and furthermore that she is trying to get Tel for even greater obstacles. Moscow has a new theme song that communism and capitalism a a can live Side by Side in peace. In Uke a Uon which is an astonishing reversal of the red Tenet that capitalism must be destroyed. Soviet foreign minister Molotov sounded this note in his speech on the eve of the anniversary of the bolshevism revolution although he surrounded it with the usual communistic the veterans Strong Arm talk. It was presented to the world by none other than Generalissimo Stalin some six months ago. And was plugged in Moscow very recently by the authoritative publication a on e w times a no love for capitalists. Now when an idea originates with the All powerful Stalin and is echoed by his servants it is the launching of a policy. When you Stop to ask Why bolshevism should suddenly want to live in peace w with its Bete noir you Are confronted with the certainty that it Isno to because Moscow loves capitalism the More but that it likes something else the less. That something else strikes me As being the growing resistance to communist aggression both within Moscow to zone of influence in Eastern Europe and among the Western european countries which have been marked Down for the kill but have been Given a mighty fillip in morale by the marshal plan. Opposition to soviet domination has been steadily crystallizing among the Liberty Loving states of Eastern Europe As they have discovered that communism and de i Moc racy cannot live together within the boundaries of the same nation. Czechoslovakia who tried to adapt herself to the situation is the latest country to develop a Sharp political crisis Between left and right. Exiles join fight. Along with this the exiled of a server reported a oif anything. Leaders of the peasant parties of there was a Eastern Europe have joined hands the deputies Fader o re a it i a. Abroad in forming the peasants to Accord Over just what countries in Ternate it a to combat comm a to quit is Hospital Madison up administration will turn the wis Eosin memorial Hospital. Mendota Back to the state of Wisconsin about next june 30. A joint announcement by acting gov. Oscar Rennebohm and officials of the a Branch office at Chicago revealed this morning. The veterans administration has operated the state owned Hospital for la years on so a year lease. The state has been trying for nearly a year to end the lease because it needs the Hospital to take care of state rental patients. The announcement said Washington a officials have notified Charles g. Beck Deputy admin Chicago office that the Hospital will be returned to state control when the fiscal year ends next june 30 or As soon thereafter As alterations on a building at the Wood wis. Veterans Hospital Are finished. The building at Wood w ill care for psychiatric patients. Berk said he believed the a would be Able to vacate the Hospital by the june 30th Date. Veterans now treated there will be transferred to Wood and to the new veterans Hospital at Tomah pact May ease Palestine Row when u. S. Marshals sought to enter the Malden. Mass., Home of Salvatore Rossi to serve a summons he barred them armed with pistol Shotgun and a very truculent look. But. Out Uke a Lamb bickering snarls treaty Progress London a a the big four Deputy foreign ministers bumped into new and old disagreements saturday Over the German peace treaty and an official american dip jul should be Given a voice in the treaty making just As the diplomatic chiefs themselves did seven months ago in Moscow. It was the second Spade work session of the deputies preliminary to the meeting of the foreign ministers of the United states Britain. Russia and France Here nov. 25. Backed by the United states Britain sought inclusion of the new to Ninion of Pakistan among coun-1 net to be represented at the peace table. Rus Nan and French delegates declined to take a stand on the Issue at this time. Rum want the conference a a a a have Ieti a cd a comm i touted to is nations plus the big Mem 9th hav so Quot to us your the fluted state is marked signs of swinging toward i Eden cars near inclusion of All is nations who the right Cesared War on Germany. So betwixt and Between. Mos statehood plea. As pictured above the 62-year-old landlord went along like a Lamb after the marshals threatened to shoot. Nothing like a Good Cigar in Gatie the Gator s life Nisi domination in their respective countries. In this group Are Hungary. Yugoslavia. Bulgaria and Romania and Poland is expected to join a truly formidable representation which might fan the soldering fires at Home into a conflagration. Meantime Western Europe has hardened immeasurably toward communist inroads As the result of the Marshall plan. Italy and France both of which not so Long meal. Ago seemed almost ready to fall Gal in is a five and a half foot into the red Basket have taken creature weighing 95 pounds. He to on new life and have admin armoured with scale and equipped Lake Success n. United states and Russia agreed saturday night to reconsider their conflicting views on Palestine partition and make a last Stab at a Compromise plan Over the weekend. A a there May be something monday Quot said russian Delegate Semyon Tsarapkin at the end of a third secret Compromise huddle by the delegates of the two big Powers Canada and Guatemala. Australian foreign minister Herbert. Evatt chairman of the special Palestine committee of the u n. General Assembly announced he would Call the body into session tuesday whether or not the americans and russians achieve a Compromise. Sessions end. The 57-nation committee has suspended sessions while a nine National subcommittee and the i four nation conciliation group tried to Hammer out an acceptable plan for in. Enforcement of Palestine partition. Evatt said it was a of absolute in essential to the United nations that the Assembly reach a decision on the holy land problem at this session. Implying some doubt that the St u n countries would agree ultimately on a clearcut partition plan. Evatt said the committee could take one of a oses eral courses in its attempt to map the future of Palestine and the end of Britain s mandate. The weekend Compromise talks Between to it Arak a and representatives Herschel Johnson and John Hilldring of the United states were aimed at finding a substitute for conflicting american and russian proposals for carrying out partition. Russia wants the Assembly to order Britain to mandate ended on Jan. I with British withdrawal by May i. Between now and Jan. I. 1sm9. The u n. Security Council would supervise the holy land and guide jews and arabs toward Independence. No interim period. Chicago a Gator his bos like a human being that he enjoys a Good Cigar after the evening cow would seem to have a Gatie the with a Mouthful of Sharp unc in says is so much Teeth an Alligator. Carl e. King. A negro Auto repairman. Got the Gator in 1937. He was Only seven inches i my at the time. One of those souvenirs the Florida hawkers sell for a Quarter. will argue you Down of Jou come up with the old myth about alligators being dumb. A not ?� he says. A Ohe s As Mart As a dog or a cat. A lot Marter than some. Come on Galle cos show ?� Gatie swished a vicious Hoking bar talk by Hughes Washington our Howard Hughes saturday charged chairman Homer Ferguson of the Senate i War investigating sub Mittee with j a throwing every obstacles in the j Way of presenting testimony favor-1 Able to Hollywood millionaire nude the statement to reporters after Ferguson. Michigan Republican denied him permission to appear on the witness stand immediately to answer personally charges that he used a High level pressure to get $40,000 too in War contracts. Committee Calls witnesses. Ferguson also refused him permission to introduce witnesses Hughes has asked the committee to Call in his defense. Hughes told reporters that Ferguson appeared determined to suppress All testimony which a might be contrary to the w wishes of the majority of the ?� Hughes who is scheduled to monday insists he got his government War contracts strictly on the up and up and without a High level ?� Ferguson first ruled that the Only witnesses who would be heard were the nine requested by Hughes. Ferguson later overrode a recommendation of sen. Claude proper. In Fla that Hughes be permitted to Cross examine the w witnesses instead of having to submit his questions in writing tor the committee to ask. May write question. Pepper a member of the full committee. Contended Hughes really was in the position of being an accused on trial before the com the american plan provided for Mittee and the bar of Public a pin no interim period. It would confine stated that it could do nothing about the Case but asked the University to a clarify its ?� a of have looked into the Case of miss Alexander a president Fred said. A and find that she was living in a private Home. Responsibility foes in Vaw fight pictured above in a Friendly pose. Roland j. Thomas left and Walter Reuther bitterly oppose Tach other As the Cion to United automobile workers gather for their annual convention in Atlantic City n. J. A hot Battle is expected when vice president Thomas who is not regarded As much of a Radical but has left Wing support tries to unseat president Reuther and his right Wing following. University explains policy on racial charge eviction Madison. ?"bpv�?"pres. E. B. Fred of the University of Wisconsin. Said he had notified the student Board that the University Long had forbidden discrimination on the basis of race color or Creed and had done All in its Power in the Case of a new York coed who was evicted from a private Rooming House because she dated a negro student. The president made Public a letter to Royal Voegeli Monticello wis., president of the student �t�-1�?"Board in which he outlined the University to policy on discrimination. Parents responsible. The coed. Iris Alexander of new York appealed to the Board after her eviction. The student body cold greeting for eskimos urn a Ono one is on trial ?� Ferguson declared. A owe Are Only trying to get the ?� Rived at a time when it mud a Wisconsin Racine sends group pause to try to consolidate its All teachers heard appeals for alaskan Tail and went through his paces. T d a a p in important zone of domination in statehood and clean radio enter on command he climbed a i o Koo men a drily Eastern Europe. That would attainment at the close of the wis Der. He crawled into a car. He Winona ?"ujp> a More count for the sudden Blarney Cornein education association con old still while the bots brushed than 1.200 members of the in about communism and capitalism vent Ion saturday. Is Teeth. He held a pipe in his proved order of red men from being Able to sleep in tile same the alaskan problem was Preo a uth and then a Cigar. Minnesota. Wisconsin and Iowa bed. Russia naturally does t tented by that area to governor. King a lucked a couple of times convened saturday for a Tri state want outside opposition while it j Ernest Gruening. Who said the and patted his shoulders. Up jump Centennial Celebration. Deals with its recalcitrant Satel government must remove of True we the two danced Henry Aune Winona general Lites. Titow to the for Grater Settle chairman. And Bernard Habeck. However we should no to let this ment of Alaska now earnestly Winona great Sachem of the state Lull us into any false notion that sought by tens of thousands of of Minnesota were to preside. J world revolution for the spread of . S an j Sujet develop alaskan to delegates came from min Neap communism is finished or that Vattol neural resources ohs red Wing. St. Peter. Hibbing. Western Europe is to be left alone f in a1, k t he Moorhead and Duluth in Minn it if quite to smote that dded thu development will my Spenor. Fond do Lac May pull in punchy a asst the not rom with met a Zai Pho it he. The . And Racine a. And wot for a time. it co Fol Arr of de Movil Enewton. Amen. Day Date in Eastern Europe., but that that ,.v of hat m a a Export. Clinton and Council Bluff wont mean world revolution a the amen ran la a a Terr Linoria in Iowa. I been scrapped. University professor lists Dongs for Church Ushers 5 done to slight jibe �??� 6. Done to Paw the women. 7. Done to separate husband and by Arl Thearin Omaha a it lib a the Church usher who wears loud sports c Lothes slaps the worshippers on the Back and gives an elaborate we of lick to his thumb before handing \ 8. Done to Duck out from Church out a program is defeating Hie when the minister begins the ser work of the lord. Mon. You need the Sermon. Prof. Everett h. Hosman of the the adequate Church usher said University of Omaha referring to Hosman. Considers himself a door to air cd Indian state these most obvious a Osins of com keeper in the House of the lord ?� suggested corrective hot. Left tray rat skillful artistic and around in three four time with a he Man doing a Waltz. Gatie followed along dragging his Tail behind him. Alligator being southerners does no to care much for the cold and King almost lost this one a from freezing when he was just a Little scamp. A that taught me a ?� he raid. That very Day i bought him % regular human to bed and some stepchild have not produced re covers. He has slept there Ever ?� ?� Paul Harvey Chicago radio Fatie misses King when he to news analyst called upon Edu out fixing somebody to Auto and Valois to assist in a keeping radio listens under the window. He can clean in a postwar Era in which Tell the minute the bos it car pulls entertainment is ?� up and then starts thrashing that Harvey a keel the teacher to Tail around. He does no to like Strang help students realize that a pro err but Hasnett bitten one in All Gram Choice in radio today is de of his 11 years yet. Ermine by the people who Send in Penny postcards of the Public wants to have a voice in radio it must make its wishes ?� seek 10,000 hindus new Dei Iii Vethe burnt., tomcats first Church next Camden. N. J a a opt a couple of tomcat a fifty and Budgie have a life interest in a $32. Legion to sponsor food exhibition what to new in foods and what to new and of interest about old foods will be demonstrated to Racine nov. 13 through now 16. A food show to be held on those Day at memorial Hall will be sponsored by the american legion 40 it 8 of Post 76 and the retail grocers association of Racine. The first a rot of this Type since the War will attract 60 food exhibits on the main floor of the Hall. In the basement appliances used in food preparation will be exhibited and demonstrated. Nightly entertainment. According to the general chairman. George Rybacek. Entertainment is planned for those visiting the show at 8 30 two matinee acts will be presented on saturday and sunday afternoons. Professional vaudeville performers have been obtained for j the performances on sunday afternoon local Talent will be added with an appearance by the legion drum corps and a quartet representing the Racine chapter of the Barber shop quartet society. Included among the vaudeville arts will be toe Malone Sisters. Billed As a Queens of ?� their musical offerings on sunday evening will be accompanied by piano violin and accordion. On thursday and Friday evenings the Thorton kids Tex Arky and Okey. Will appear. Stars of was. They Are now playing in Chicago s first television shows she Security Council to role to intervention in Case of a of International trouble growing out of partition. A three Man commission of the u n. Would help jews and arabs assume automatic Independence on a certain Date probably july i. The British would remain in Palestine and be responsible for Law and order until that Date. India branded Portugal a a fascist dictatorship it today and opposed admitting the country to the United nations until it makes a change in government. Mrs. Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit of India accused the portuguese of trampling on human rights and the Independence of the inhabitants of portuguese India the province of Gao. Venezuela to Carlos Stolk urged the in. To adopt the principle of universality of membership Clos no the door to no countries except those definitely proved to be non for undergraduate women to live in such units is assumed by the parents of the students. A of have Learned that when miss Alexander was asked to leave her former residence that our housing Bureau went out of its Way to find other accommodations for her although she did not report her needs to the housing Bureau. It is my conclusion that our housing Bureau officials provided More than customary help to miss Alexander and amply discharged any obligation they May have been presumed to have m this instance. Natives. Veterans first. A a insofar As it is within its power.1 the University has Long forbidden discrimination of. The basis of race. Peace Loving and unable to fulfil color or Creed in keeping with the obligations of the u n. Charter. Spirit of the Basic Laws of our state and nation. A fall new room assignments to University residence Halls Are made strictly in accordance with the Date of the original application and the preference to Wisconsin residents and veterans. No consideration is Given to race and color or ?� Lor Muse visiting publisher leaves 5,, dollars Aurora. Ill 4rf a Ira c. Copley. Illinois and California newspaper publisher who died nov. 2. Left a Gross estate estimated at $5,000,000, according to his will which was filed in probate court at Geneva in. Saturday. Copley who waa 83. Lett $1,330.-c00 to the Copley Hospital in Aurora. Where he was a patient when he died. In addition to the bequest to the Hospital. The will made provision for other charitable bequests of $50,000 to the juvenile protective association of Aurora and $25,000 methodist Church gains 96,325 members in year Chicago a a methodist Church enrolment in the United states and possessions in the fast year increased a net of 96,335 Over the preceding year the denomination reported. The Rev or Albert c. Hoover Church statistician reported membership now totals 3.806,296. During the year 144.217 members were received on profession of Faith and Quot a . It. Louis. To a up a family of five eskimos Are suffering from the St. Louis cold and chill. Cold shoulder and Chilly reception that is. The eskimos were brought Here from Wales. Alaska As part of the famous Barr store to Christmas exhibit of toys. The store gave them a Home trailer to use As a Home while demonstrating How they work near the North pole As Santa helpers. The trailer was parked in the stores downtown parking lot. Happy for a while. Everything was going Fine the kids enjoyed the Arctic exhibit at the store and their parents seemed to like it even More. The eskimos were Happy basking in the warmth of St. Louis hospitality. Until yesterday. Then City Counselor George l Stegmier announced that he had received complaints about the eskimos to trailer. He said he had looked through the Law books and could no to find anything pertaining to eskimos but he did find one that said no one could sleep in a trailer in St. Louis unless it was parked in a regularly licensed trailer Camp. That he said included eskimos who the it mentioned them specifically or not. He said the Law did no to say anything abut the siberian huskies and Antarctic pc quins which have appeared with the eskimos in the store to Winterland scene. No Snow for Igloo. The dogs and Birds Are housed on the roof of the railway Exchange building where the store is located Toby the head of the Eskimo family began to look around for material with which to build an Igloo for his wife Martha their two year old son. Of Koyukuk. Their 11-months-old daughter Gogoluk Tow � Iii., ill a 11% i Sii it mat a Hui a itis i 1% fill Iii if a Quot a of into Al i in l measures because a Good cant be devoted he is quiet unobtrusive # to l said an Arm it goo e late Saturn with Khodav work to w Quiel Nooi Rusine of 000ft hindus a being re _ � "s22l2.hi, a a Zublic and Alert. T for action next the 1 a Modem business has highly train co greeters. Floor walkers usher ettes Contact men. Public relations people and vice presidents to put the firm to Best foot Forward so Why should no to the Church be entitled to effective ?� Leo Stan said. Started school in 35. Retired school a a a to 3 in � 11 p i % seats doctors la rear Pew. Month in an Effort to bring the teacher Sarah y. Furber. Made the perfect usher said Hosman. Rich princely state of Hyderabad them principal beneficiaries in a even thinks of seating a doctor in Quot he p�?1,&Quot on of Ndia to. Will before her death last year at 1 Hyderabad the most populous Toa sunny Mere inc., a Home for George Bink is booked for All four the aged. In Aurora nights As a comedy Juggler. A after miscellaneous bequests to Man of mystery and magic. Jack relatives and employees the balance put be will demonstrate i sleight of the estate was left to the fist of Hind on thursday. Friday and National Bonk of Chian and 132.471 by Transfer of membership. Or. Hoover also reported an upward swing in enrolment and attendance at Church schools. Rescue Jupiter Muskegon Mich a 01.p saturday. A tar of it my and James s. Copley in Trust for the coast guard Cutter tossed a line to in a rear Pew for ease of exit when answering an emergency Call. Sine Herman introduced it four Ushers in reality Are a Oconee years ago. More than 1.000 petition Al ?� according to won a both m the classroom and the Omaha educator who started by correspondence have taken the nation to first school for Church the Church ushering course. D to � a Ushers in 1943. Their Job. He said. Hosman had Many a oco Grega Pototo rationing i tonal engineers called to his at r a q attention. But a certain prominent a a Orts in do ram Eastern businessman has a Spe ?"lp��?"food Cia place in the educator s life. John Strachey announced that a Oas soon As services ?� potatoes will be rationed in Brit Aid Hosman. A Othis usher would Ain beginning today under a prowl around the Church with his scheme restricting adults to three is to set conditions which make for the most satisfactory worship experience possible. Ile listed among others the following taboos i. Done to be Gushy with worshippers. 2 Don t Wear cigars a Fountain pen. Pencil or red handkerchief in wet Finger in your breast pocket. J find a ?� of the Indian states and the largest a it i a it in territory next to Kashmir a an accounting disclosed miss not a receded to India a has Furber provided that Pitt sing. Kashmir. Indian troops Are Bat now 12 sear old and of unknown fling moslem tribesmen from Pax lineage and Budgie five year old i stand to North Wert Frontier province maltese Are to be cared tor by who have invaded Kashmir. Veterinarian Frank a Wright who is to be paid $1 daily for each upon death of the cats remainder of the estate goes to the i first presbyterian Church at minister Merchantville. N. J. A Queen of Hill Billy to Delersa Benefit of the widow. Chloe d. Rocky Mountain Mary will com Copley and two sons James and plete the Billing. William n. Copley. Los a Tam Mihee. On the governing Board in and cd a a Iai curve Var Ditmon to Rybacek As chairman is few his co chairman. Walter Draeger Woi Kesho to iwo la 94 i r crier irk Helm treasurer Herb Wai is Siviia a to it Felgenhauer. Secretary Arthur Wal Kesha. ?"mrs Naleid and Henry Larson. Mary c. Alexander. 94-year-old president of the retail grocers to sister of mrs. Lucy Grubb whom association la Sam Wilkie. Al at ,0 u Vernon county to oldest the stricken ramp freighter Jupiter late saturday and began towing the vessel into open Lake Michigan water away from dangerous rocks of Little Sable Point. He could no to find any. No Snow today however the Story came to their Rescue. The store said it would provide other quarters for the family. Homes for veterans Madison a of. A the Madison housing authority to plan to build a $1,584,000 housing pro Lect for world War ii veterans has won the approval of the City Council. Mittens include prizes. Oliver Anderson Frank Bronnenkant tickets. Frank Buckley. Elmer Home of a daughter mrs. R. E. Lambert. Mrs. Alexander who also was would ratify fact Washington. A senator the air trying to Pound weekly and children under Vandenberg . Said five to half that. Candy rations saturday he May ask the Senate 3. Don t Wear perfume it spoils a Oreally a said Hosman. A one will be Cut 25 per cent from four to ratify during the special session the perfume of others. Would have made a much better ounces weekly to three ounces of Congress the inter american 4. Don t Overlook a Friend in Engineer of air conditioning for bin eng Jan. 4. Strachey told a Security treaty signed at Rio de greeting to the visitor. All the a in a i run Rah in in a i i Mammeli Hillburg Booths. Charles Arnold a native of Vernon county and Dick Buckley entertainment. Arthur Naleid. William Wadewitz bar. Einer Peterson. Fred Slot advertising Henry t. Larson. G. F. Hentsch police. Wilbur Hanson lived Here until moving to Waukesha 13 years ago. Was the Mother of five other daughters and three sons descendants include 40 grand buses plunge into five cars piled on Road in collision ail the help be gave Bxs ?� news conference. Janeiro last summer. Wesley Palmdale Check room children. 70 great grandchildren Jesse Bowman and Charles Luck and four great great Grande Hii Field. Den. % Stockton. Calif. A a by two persons died saturday in a seven vehicle motor Accident in which two buses crashed into a burning pile up of five automobiles on a Highway to Miles South of Here. Some others were injured. Highway patrolmen said two automobiles collided and caught fire. Smoke spread across the Highway obscuring the vision of Drivers of three southbound autos which into the wreckage. The two buses were following closely and in turn crashed into the wrecked cars. One of the buses was destroyed by fire. The rear Section of tha other was damaged by the flames. Highway patrolmen reported that a Man and a woman Ndang in one of the cars were killed. The officers said that apparently All those Riding in the buses escaped with relatively minor injuries

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