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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 09, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin In Kot spot Tighe e. Wood above a appointed acting housing expediter by president Truman following the resignation of Frank r. Creedon. Who quit the Post to take charge of a construction program for the development of atomic Energy. Woods was formerly Deputy expediter. Students strike against $1 haircut few voters pass Derby on s. A. By George Galle director. American Institute of Public opinion. Princeton. N ?"despite los comparative proximity to this country american voters know less about South american to geography than they do about Europe to. That is one conclusion to be drawn from the second in a series of geographical knowledge tests � conducted throughout the country but the Institute. In a Survey just completed thousands of voters from coast to coast were handed an outline map of South America with no names of countries shown. They were then asked to identify eight i of the thirteen nations a Brazil. Bolivia. Paraguay. Argentina. Chile. Peru Ecuador and Colombia. Would rate very poor. The results reveal that the average american can locate less than three out of the eight countries. In school such a showing would be graded 35 per cent or very Iowa City Iowa up Stu pm a a a go Mai. Nationwide test on communism is to work Uneas dents at Tho University of Iowa Are european countries last july the Ingy at Home and abroad for the going Long hair. But not for a average Grade was slightly better society in which Justice and the Vistic reasons. Some 450 students have signed a pledge not to get haircuts until the new la Price is lowered Here. The action is a protest against not Quot defending Quot time awhile of 25-cent increase which went a a of the que by education lev my the privileges of our Imper to effect urls week now a to How we de differences Lestly democratic society seek to car hop the two bit boost brought a storm of protest from male Stu i dents who live on $65 and $90 monthly subsistence checks. As one student put it Quot i everyone takes this protest seriously and a refrains from paying this Infra in another Resolution adopted tonary Price there is no doubt that on the motion of Bishop William i we can Aner a is clipping. Scarlett of St. Loin i to the Anc one quadrangle it men to Dor a Bishops endorsed the Marshall Mitory resident offered his serv �1 eight Correct the average worn plan and urged i ingress act aces an j scissors to his friends. The in 2.6. A swiftly and affirmatively to put Price 50 cents. By age groups the average Cor it through. Rect scores out of eight countries a # were died before discovery communist Premier 21-29 years. 3.1 or. Percival Lowell astronomer. Shares gift cars j 2"� a a Quot. I died in 1916. 14 years before the no res v3, 0rs and Over 3.5 discovery of the planet Pluto. Prague a it up it a the soviet in the european test 72 per cent which he knew existed and for government gave communist pro american adult correctly Irien which he searched diligently the Mier Klement gunwale three new two countries Italy and last years of his life. Russian automobiles but he de England. But in the South Ameri a a a a a cited immediately to share them. Can the highest percentage of he kept one for himself. He gave Correct identification was Only 60 the second to valium Siroky vice for cent Brazil by far the largest Premier and communist party nall0n on he continent and fourth chairman in Slovakia and the i rest in the world third to Rudolf Sun sky Secretary i 1110 results for All eight coun of the czech communist party. Racine bunday bulletin sunday. November 9. 1947 3 Bishops assail personal probes Winston Salem. S. C a a protestant episcopal Bishops Are criticizing the House in american act Vitie committee for Quot inquisitorial investigation of mens personal ?� in a Resolution adopted on a motion by Bishop Angus Dun of Washington the Bishops declared cite c commandment. Quot the casting of Public suspicion on fellow citizens under the Protection of congressional immunity can readily become an offence against god s commandment. A thou Shalt not Bear false wit Ness against thy neighbor. A the Resolution called upon a othe people of our churches to be on their guard lest an hysterical Lear of communism shall Lead us to fight that danger with weapons destructive of the treasures we seek to ?� the Resolution charged that Quot inquisitorial investigation of men s personal beliefs is a threat to Freedom of conscience it and said Quot the surest Way to fight d Unity of free men Are in truth guaranteed to men of every race and ?� endorse Marshall plan. The House of Bishops said it was undermine its fabric. But we hold it to be the duty of every Christian citizen to guard for others the Freedom of conscience we treasure for ?� the Ivao-1 it Ion said. Watch Moom rin6?/<0q<lhng storm big sing it i stay Fah Utt be ring a now 0 Moow Mjos reveal the amount of Vatter vapor a Loh. By Peop. S. Maxwell when there is a big Halo about the Moon you May be sure that the weather in your locality will remain fair for a Day or so. But when you see a Small Halo about the Moon the chances Are Good that there will soon be a change in the weather with rain or Snow not far off. The reason for this interesting. The Moon shines by reflected sunlight. It has no Light of its own so All the radiance it Sheds is borrowed from the Sun. Now it sunlight is made of Waves Light Waves Are very tiny. And we do rot Ordinary see them individually at All. We Only see great masses of Waves which we Call quo Light. When Light Waves fall on any object they glance off. In part at least and we say that Light is reflected. When the object is big in proportion to the size of the Light Waves the Light i reflected in masses and we see the object As a whole by this reflected Light. Effect of Sam la objects. But when the objects Are very Small the Case is different. When an object is about the size of a Light wave it no longer reflects the Light As a mass. A part of 1 the wave is reflected in one cd reckon. Another part in another still a third part in a third direction. And so on. When sunlight Falls on water drops in the air it is reflected in every direction and in so scattered that All the Iky in in up with Blue Light and then we say the sky la Blue. If the water drops Are Large there is pm scattering of Light Waves and then we see the sky As Milky White and finally if the vapor j drops in the sky Are almost Large enough to fall a rain the sky looks Leaden and Gray when the Sun shines in the daytime it shines Alt Over the sky. And so we see a by colors fairly uniformly distributed Over the whole heavens and we Call them "daylight.�?� but at night when we Are in the Earth to Shadow there is not much Light in the sky. The heavens look Black the Start and planets appear. All of these lesser lights Are so far away that their radiance does not greatly affect the color of the sky. But when the Moon appears it is big enough and Bright enough to Send us an appreciable Quantity of reflected Sunshine a and most important of Roll. Moonlight a concentrated on one Small Bright spot in the sky. J i the Moon itself. There a not enough Moonlight scattered in the whole sky to drown out the Pri nary diffraction pattern that the Light rays from the Moon make hollyhocks May remain grata in As they pass through the Earth to the Snow ail Winter Long. A ii. Q. I want to make a big tale mama Hgt beavers Waves. Scope not a toy but a Glass big when Moonlight tells on tiny enough to see things with. Where water drops in the air its Waves can i go to find people who Snake. Telescopes c. J., n. Y. Widely mattered and a we a co Tabut a m see a urge Halo about the Moon. York tit 0r to the one in when water drops in the air Are Philadelphia or to the one in tiny it necessarily follows that Chicago and ask to meet some there is Little possibility of ram. Of the Astro nominally minded folks but when Moonlight Falls on big we come there Ger drops of water in the air its q. Were the recent flood Rains Waves Are scattered less widely Over the Corn Belt Good or bad the Halo is smaller and so. Of1 tor the present High prices or aural the possibility that ram Rood mrs a. Cc., to. Will fall soon is much greater. J a j would the rams were you will find that Moon halos Good for crop they stopped the Are accurate Westby predictors crying of Corn which was not they Are the chief fibs used by needed and they helped the Plant Siose elderly gentlemen who get ing of Winter wheat which is so much pleasure from telling greatly needed tucs wh.1 the. Next weather move weather fee in in. 15. Is going to be. L. what urn far q can newer to no Quot a a by. Frost be bred to be frat Reseau not 0.�� it our forecast of the year mrs. K. V. F., Illinois. Ahead with the compliments of a. This should be possible this newspaper. To obtain this within limits. In general plants valuable weather forecast just that have thin sap and weak cells address your request to prof. Are easily killed by front but Selby Maxwell in care of this plants with Tough Woody cells and newspaper. Enclose a jumped thick sap Are More front resistant self addressed return envelope. Some Broad leafed plants such As a copy Rte to. I. By Sana r Pill cd a although still not pacing. Asked to identify 12 of the 20 european nations the average american was Correct on five for a score of 42 per cent. As with the european too re the averse Collete trained american Vias in to identify four out of the eight countries. Those with Only High school training got in than three out of the eight right. Those with Grade school Only or no formal education cot less than two Correct. The average Man scored 2 9 out licenses guaranteed learn to drive Wise oust Art Rife Duen school Chon for appoint Merit a pro til Ca pert i ear brr a car f urn hed Bairn Lin. To a p m Apple tree acts i p Gerry. N. Y. A it Jub a Frank Lyon looked twice and blinked when he saw an Apple tree loaded with nearly Ripe fall fruit sprout-1 ing blossoms. The tree to strange behaviour was believed to be the result of a grafting Job done years ago by a former tenant. Tries in the South american test showing percentages of Correct identification. Incorrect and done to Only week plus enrolment eee taunt discovery program enrol now and Siva learn before you out Talent discovery Quot course of instruction for beginners now open to just o limited number of students regularly $39, now Complete course Only $29.50. Here a a hot ism Heil o use of instrument in your own Home ill private lotions a Talent tact o lesson Musk Man morn 316 main Street know follow in Don t Corr it Correct know Brazil. 60% 15% 25% Argentina. 49 23 28 Chile. 44 25 31 Peru. 21 43 36 Bolivia. 17 44 39 Paraguay. Id 45 39 Ecuador. 16 41 40 Colombia. 16 44 40 by education groups Here Are the percentages which correctly identified individual countries High Grade College school or no training Only school Brazil 88% 75% 43% Argentina 79 62 33 Chile. 75 56 28 Peru. 47 26 la Bolivia. 41 19 to Paraguay. 36 19 to Ecuador 33 18 la Colombia. 32 19 la i can hold your rupture and give you Comfort and Relief thay makes lire really Worth living it me prove it now m Reeb ii in crippled another oat f my me rave to of another truss Ofner Tou use Sykes service m. M. Sykes. I Alvr Man or part farm Llu la o few manias i Ocar Antee that after six months trial Yoc will is entirely satisfied or i will Keh no half my charge no straps no belts no buckles no Reo rets free consultation no obligation see or. C n. Schweitzer at Noto. Racine Racine tuesday nov. Ii hours to a. No to 9 p. No ask Tho desk Dork foe me. Ski Eithur of Sykes rupture appliance service m s state by com Ico s. Ill. It re Imi m b Bruet whittle. Says Parson heading. Pay up a relax and try your hand at whittling said the Rev. Howard b. Bare to a Lions club group. It a Good Way to prevent a nervous breakdown according to the minister who to been whittling since he was Quot that ?� sincere Effort Ond faithful service Mokes it possible for us to Supply a Complete funeral service As Low As 135 i a no pm Rbert my my Isrl Sard. The family at All times determines the amount they wish to spend. Dahl funeral Home 141s lock. 27ss your grocer Sells it res Mew Khz for Grimy Nanos in at 60 exhibitors two Complete floors of exhibits Borden s ice Croom by milk co. Johnston cookies poppies Bockry Worthington foods Marigold Dairy j fir o distributors drum by Bugle c corps Booth fruit Coho wis. Gas 6 electric a. W. Huss Frozen foods minor High life Whitt Feorl Macaroni butter nut Coffee Holbo Stodt distributing co. Bon gee foods progressive Dairy Dixie donuts Moto Grono by sons better foods products Schulte 6 Burch biscuit co. Wis. Frito inc. Mehlmen to inc. Lwiws fir North refrigeration fir appliances Domonik wholesale Perth pie company s. C Johnson South ousts Wisconsin salesmen s Booth Kenosha refrigeration co. Litho now Market Rod Dot Ponds Mohr Jones How. Morgue it Oshkosh wis. Massey Harris mrs. Bartlett Milwaukee choose welter m. Smith fir son Semi co to pot co. Globe appliance co. I. Cute company Jehu Oater mfg. Be. And Many others show cosponsored american logos 40 it s end Racine retail grocers association memorial Hau thursday Friday saturday sunday a. 13-14-15-16 every Effort has been Mode by the co sponsors to make this the first Post War Racine food show the biggest and Best show Ever see the grandest most colourful orrery of exhibits Ever assembled under one roof Reserve these Days ,. Make a Date. Bring the entire family plenty of free samples entertainment nightly. J Dumfee Urjil to Juluis Wil Frow by of of ot055loikii w ii Vii 9my%m9 making a to crud visit will f every night of 0 30 traction for their enjoyment. Among Tho Start of stage Sadia showing will in the Lovely Malone Sisters two charming ladies. Queen of Harmony and music piano. Violin and accordion the Malone appear sunday evening. Nov. I6th. The Thorton kids Tex. Ark and obey. Oars of was and now play my Chicago i tint television shows. Dont miss this big treat. Thursday and Friday evening. Nov. I3th and 14th. Or. George Bink comedy Juggler. Juggles everything and Abo shows you How to balance your budget done to miss this big laugh comedian. Nov. 13-14-is of. Or. Jack Pyle Man of mystery and legerdemain. The quickness of the hand deceives the Eye. Or Pyle comes to us direct from new York and to considered one of Ute Cleverest in the magic Field the mysterious Pyle appears nov. 13, 14, 15. Rocky Mountain Mary Star of it my and Queen of Hill Billy Yod Elers. Quaint comedy in a quaint Way. You Tell love Rocky Mountain Mary. Drum cords and quartet the drum corps and quartet will be on hand to entertain you sunday afternoon. Doors open at 6 30 every evening closing time 11 p. M. Special matinee at i p. M. Saturday and sunday admission including tax

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