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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 09, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin 1 Adlay 4. Someone forgot who paid Bill u. B. 7,500,000 total iou it 15.610,244 military Genoa a Ltd soc Helen Hoves will the coming marriage of Princess Elizabeth and of. Philip Mountbatten since the role Helen Hayes won such Success on Broadway with concerns the love life of England s famous Queen Victoria. Miss Hayes will be portraying the by Frederick c. Othman i tilted pre staff correspondent. Washington i hate to involve the Beautiful Mother of twins j in this but somebody forgot either Johnny Meyer the ubiquitous press agent who says she did no to give him the Money a or mrs. Bennett e. Meyers wife of the brigadier general who says she1 did. Either Way it to not a pretty re create her or-1 Story but it is As dramatic prob j a amal stage role ably As senatorial investigation j m Victoria re performances Ever get. You could j Goa when it is have heard a Fly tramping on the i Brood Cost to git red carpet of the caucus room a Wrim Arr Quot Hen the Petite mrs. Meyers stood on he theatre top Quot Ith a Ltd Quot ,0 de Guild on the Send herself and her husband the ploy against scandalous implications is being present involving Howard Hughes War j de in Honor of j plane contracts. Refused he offer. The general who was in charge i of plane contracts during the War. Said he and his wife and a colonel and his wife made up a foursome to go to los Angeles where the gentlemen were inspecting the British Commonwealth of nations 452,570 China 1200.000 and of tace Bulli Grimh listed. Morsf Colff report does not include losses of Smoll notions such of Polo of Ond Tao Bolton states Abidi would Odd Bond reds of tto Sonds More to tace total. Japan i United kingdom 305,770 France 200,000 i in 22 i in 25 i in 200 in 44 .00% in Lio 500 200 Bottom figures represent casualties in proportion to 1940 populations War s final toll 15,000.000 lives military losses in manpower in world War ii Are graphically illustrated above according to figures in a recent report by Secretary of state George c. Marshall. The wartime chief of staff lists the statistics on both Allied and Axis casualties in his chapter Quot conclusions Quot for encyclopaedia Britannica to new four volume history of the War decade 1937 through 1946. Role which brought her the greatest Hughes flying machine. They stopped at the town House one of i the smartest hotels on Wilshire blvd. Gen. Meyers now retired said i he was flabbergasted when he acclaim tonight at 8 30 p. In 11 30 am old time religion 12 15 pm news rats destroy enough Grain to feed hungry in Europe by Douglas Larsen experts. It kills dogs and Chick Washington a Nea a pro Lens and other farm animals in 12 30 pm the lutheran hour 1 00 pm scandinavian hour 2 00 pm proudly we Hail 2 15 pm Sam petting ill cashier said he could to because meatless Days would be the cheap i Hughes already had taken care of est and most effective food saving it. His wife was staying Over an program for the u. S., according extra Day the general continued 11 Albert m. Day chief of the earnestly and he told her to make j Burrau of fish and wildlife ser dead certain she paid Hughes or j vice. Tried to pay his Bill. The hotel Motino artless Days instead of less used properly. The safest and to � most effective Poison which Farmers themselves can use is red Squill. It kills rats but in t fatal to other animals on a farm. A nation wide rat exterminating program would include in one of his associates the Money i an effective nation wide rat strutting the Farmers in the Best tor the Bill which amounted to eradication program could be of a poisons and showing around $900 after he to disclaimed launched immediately at a Cost them How to rat proof their bams a parlor for which he was charged approximately $500,000, Day and storage places. It would but did no to use. Save. If it were Only 50 per cent seek the co operation of All Agen As he talked in strode the portly effective it would save approx Ces which handle food in any Johnny publicist for Hughes sign mately 62,000.000 bushels of Grain. Form 4 00 pm adventure of Bill Lance or of expense accounts and War this is based on government crop the department of agriculture witness of preceding hearings estimates and estimates of rat estimates that there Are some 4 30 pm Sammy Koye a sunday wore a Black double breasted damage where near 100.000,000 rats in the suit and a Plain Gray tie which made him look like a High under 2 30 pm Tim week around Tho world 3 00 pm Ara these our children 30 pm Patti Page present serenade off ? a tour r a 5 00 pm Drew Pearson 5 15 pm monday morning headlines 5 30 pm greatest Story Ever told 6 00 pm child s world 6 30 pm exploring Hie unknown Quot v is. M. F mud mrs i Ltd a ?� that offers the Farmer a take 4 Rev tent. Ruly of thumb method of estimate taker on a business Call. Recent Bureau studies revealed eng just How Many rats he has in his pocket that rats eat or Damak it about on his farm. Gen. Meyers added that when four porn Quot Fau t5lns if 8 rat u by of vhf Quot his wife got Back to Washington. 8ro n a a Jinn arc occa5, evidences of the he asked her if she d paid the 5gitbhtls of press e o rats. Money. He said she told she few the of m re be Voe Quot one and 100 Raun put it in an envelope and tried All kinds of a cd Quot the Vicinity. If a Fanner sees one to hand it to Johnny. When he am Eric a the. A of occasion a pm ther t would t accept it. He said she hat Ras la a Oelo Quot 55n1sn Between 100 and 5<k? ral 11 he dinner it in his Norket appearance of about 124,4.0,000 sees rats every night there Are a Quot stand hark Quot Al chairman bushels far More than enough to Between 500 and 1000. And if he Homer Ferguson of Michigan a of make up Europe s shortage. Sees rats regularly Day and night have another witness Quot it Penty of surplus army rat thre Are upwards of 2000 on his he called Johnny who blinked equipment available farm. Experts say this has prov in the flashes of the photographers. I for -5. Of Quot a to a pretty reliable measure. Swore to Tell the truth said Hod enough effective rat Sonon the heard the testimony and added mar act a of swore under oath the first Quot s a Zinc Rte a a a t enough rat exterminating experts Day i was Here in the . That i received no Money from any 5�? o or aim in. To source for and Bill and that same marshalled immediately for Chicago Ojo the Gruver testimony stands ,n4ve. Johnny said no More. He got his aug Halls acc it los Hartsuch the largest in the world this year hat and walked out. Ignoring the f Campaign is the Money either recorded More than 1.500,000 1 general. The Iatter s attorney held from Congress by from a special Pazej of printed matter most of a whispered conversation with dimm Strauven author atom As them from newspapers the senator who announced that Parl of �?,j�"�i�"�2. Cabot to Stan had of he mrs. Mevers was in the room and Overn mint Rood Sav in8 program filming Laboratory said new spa wanted to testify Day says from All Over the United. A a at present there Are Only two states have had their Back and was pocket Money. Bureau men one in Illinois and i must report with no disrespect one a South Dakota working on � intended that she was a dream rat cxtcrminati0n for the whole walking in a Green skirt with the c s in arca. I new Long look. She was blonde a a i Blue eved and nervous. She said scratching surface. Her husband told her to pay Back Day sat she cd Quot a try a it to the Money and she did. Though mom in Teven Csur she had to put up a fight to do face on Quot has a a should do to Quot Ards american mules Needle greeks ?" Nea a greek officers and men stationed at an army remount Camp Here will Long remember a recent wednesday. That was a Day for 500 u. Army mules. The mules had the situation pretty Well in hand shortly after Landing on grecian soil. Part of America s $350,000,000 greek Aid program these mules Are packing artillery equipment and other supplies Over greek mountains helping the greek army put Down the guerrilla rebellion. But there were moments on the evening they arrived when it appeared doubtful whose Side the mules were on. Ready far action. Fresh from their ship the mules were in Fine fettle and ready for action any action. Corralled at the remount station they reared bucked kicked and in general made life miserable for the greek soldiers who were trying to stable them. The soldiers had had plenty of experience with Small mules and donkeys but none with these american bred giants. Some of the mules were purchased in the american Midwest others were obtained from u. Army stocks. All were Given special training in the mountains of Colorado and in Oklahoma. At new Orleans 400 of the 500 mules already had been loaded aboard ship when the Hurricane of sept. 19 struck. When that passed the loading was finished. At sea the ship ran into the fringe of a second Hurricane. Mare to come. The mules proved better sailors than the 54 Cis who were serving As their nurse maids. But despite difficulties the Cis brought their charges into Piraeus without loss of a single animal. Now the u. Army group which is part of the american Mission Here is lining up More mules. A second shipment will come from the u. And other j cargoes from Palestine and Burma. Short Story reputed to be the smallest Man in the world Henri Renard 24-Inch, 30-Pound midget stands beside an average sized Frenchman in Paris. Renard. Whose parents were of Normal size is a wine set their clocks by faithful pedestrian Camden to. A Oil a Dora Duncan is a Man people depend on. He lives a mile out of Camden and every Day he walks to town at exactly the same time. Neither rain nor Sun nor sleet nor Snow stops him. So h is neighbors set their clocks by the appearance of Duncan who is Quot in his ??t blames Public for High costs Ames ?" of or. K. Bliss of the Iowa state College Extension service thinks he has nailed Down the a culprit Quot responsible for the High food prices. He blames the consumer. Consumers bidding against each other in the open food Market raised the prices. Open Market prices work that Way he said. The extra Competition in the food Market comes from the previously Low income group. They now Are working for Good wages and can buy the food they want. He termed that encouraging. He estimated that people Are eating 15 per cent More meat milk and eggs than before the War and said those were the High priced foods. Bliss pointed out that even when rationing was enforced meat consumption increased about 151 pounds per person in this country. Government farm Price supports for certain commodities have had nothing to do with present farm prices he said. It Wasny to the Farmer who boosted prices Bliss contended although he did his Best to produce. Any slacking off of farm production is due to drought he suggested. While admitting food shipments abroad had something to do with High prices Bliss said it was just a subordinate cause. He cited meat which is not exported in Large quantities. A othe consumer is the Only answer to High meat prices Quot he concluded. Racine sunday bulletin sunday november by 1941 Long distance mahi ing we go there just Tell us where to go and when to Stop by when you have goods for in Long distance haul our country to map is the territory that we serve. We haul anything anywhere practically. And we haul safely punctually. Our rates Are attractive As our Superior service. Phone Prospect 27. Racine storage i Transfer co. 1010 stat St. Microfilming aids newspaper filing Chicago a us the sity of Chicago microfilm Library. Current files microfilmed. He said the savings in newspaper file costs to publishers were Quot enormous Quot although publishers usually pay for the negatives and give positive prints to libraries. Citing the microfilming of soil Cement proposed for Smoll airfields new York Uby the trans formation of american to Small airports from the present Muddy. I rutted Quot horse and buggy Quot Era to one of Modem paved runways soon May take place with the development of a Low Cost method of mixing Cement with the soil. The mixture according to Joseph w. Frazer president of Graham Paige motors corp., is composed of approximately 90 per cent on the spot soil and Only to per cent Cement eliminating the Cost of said gravel and cinders. Quot soil Cement a Frazer said Quot is made by churning dry Cement into the ground sprinkling it with water and then a exhuming and rolling it into a smooth ??t United states supreme court it she Siri Ihen Orin Aliyy Oputa the protecting citizens on the farm briefs and cases As an example. And in the cities from the growing j a 4�?"-------- a rat menace. It is now More serious than it Ever has been in the u. Before the War rats were destroying about $400,000,000 Worth 9 30 pm news envelope with the Cash in Johnny to coat pocket. Then she caught her train. Sen. Herber r. Of Tco Noro of Maryland wondered How come 9 45 pm Beryl by can4eligkt 10 00 pm of fashioned revival aaa monday daytime shows 6 15 am shining hour she had $900 in Cash Why did no to a a of foods is a she pay by Check mrs. Meyers a s and that Macc her flushed a Little deeper said the fat Fure has almost doubled be birth of her twins had made it cau5e higher prices. I impossible to buy clothes in Wash the enormous quantities of i in ton and that she took the Cash train which Are being held on i to get dresses in the West. She arms by Farmers in Hopes of get i looked Over the stocks but did no to Ting higher prices will make the like a tem. Bought nothing. Still had rat damage figure even higher had the Money. Gave it to Johnny than Normal. Day says. I pro Stein said the transactions of the court which require 20 to 30 feet of shelf space for the printed originals every year need Only one cubic foot for microfilm storage. 0,&Quot the senator said. 7 35 am Wisconsin we Tycer 7 40 am fhe red Book 7 45 am new 8 00 am the break Lotf club 9 00 am ladies air journal 9 25 am Betty Cracker Magazine of tace air 9.45 am listening past Vised storage places being used encourage More rats. Even after the Grain leaves the farms the rats continue their relentless destruction in the Elc a gators and storage places after it build it yourself says Cabinet maker Chicago a Albert to is processed and during trans Chanski figures the Pioneer plan por tation. Day added that great for solving the housing problem quantities of Grain Are destroyed still has two excellent Points. It by rats in storage places in Europe works and it to cheap. While it in awaiting distribution Kochanski. 23, a Cabinet maker to the needy. He says the gov and an sex Serviceman is building emment should look into this a 30 by 20 foot House near sub Angle of the problem too. Urban Barrington. The lumber is kills pets. Too. To of a Lam khat in Hollywood Sec Quot and hand material picked up the most effective rat Poon Fin Large part from the attics and known today is called "1080. But basements of friends. It is so dangerous that the wild to expects his outlay to total no life Bureau which developed it More than $250. Permits its use Only by trained 10 30 am Galen Drake 10 45 ?"te4 Malone 11 00 am Welcome travellers 11 45 am Story time 12 15 pm news 12 30 pm moments in Melody 12 45 pm Grabow White 1 00 pm welter Kiernon 1 15 pm Ethel a Albert Roto rooter sewer cleaning 82 fan prised surprised 2 00 pm ladies be 2 30 pm Paul Whiteman club affiliated with american broadcasting co. Ond Wisconsin network. Inc w Ruji n. 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