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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 16, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 18, no. 28.Racine, wis., sunday november 16, 1947. 6 rages favor split income in figuring taxes of George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion Princeton. N. ?"if american voters had their Way All married couples in the country would be allowed to split their income in order to reduce their tax Bills. As things stand now Only residents in 13 states and the territory of Hawaii have this privilege. Thus Federal income tax a Haws discriminate against Cit � � a la Zens of 35 states having no in to move ? prop by l j observers in a Ash ton j now believe that a Federal i q Europe i Community property Law is almost1 6 j certain to be included in any j new York opt the United legislation passed by Congress to ,. Grant tax Relief. Recent Institute nations general ask ably voted he step Wou a 32 to it saturday to hold its Meel with overwhelming approval j 1948 session in Europe but it frown voters throughout the coun still must appropriate the Money try. Last March when Only eight for such a session. Need Small majority. Only a simple majority required to approve the French swedish proposal to hold the meeting next year across the Atlantic but a two thirds vote will be required to appropriate extra funds required. Thus opponents of the move will have a final Opportunity to raise the Issue before this session ends. The Resolution provides that the 1948 session shall be held in a european City to be selected by in. Secretary general Trygve lie and a committee of nine nations to be named by the Assembly president. Oswaldo Aranha five nations abstained in the 1 states had Community property 1 provisions in their tax Laws and u As j today w Hen five additional states have passed similar regulations the Institute asked this question a open purposes of income taxes in 13 eight states a Man and wife Randi Ide their income equally Between themselves to reduce their income tax. Should married couples in the other states be allowed to do the same the replies no yes no Opin. March. 1947 74 id i6<7c today. 77 6 17 As would be expected the Sec Hughes hearing halts abruptly of voting and Throe were absent. The i a Ltd a o Ltd population presume United states was among those ably better off financially Lavor a voting to go to Europe. Nationally uniform ruling More the Assembly rejected a cuban strongly than those with smaller amendment requiring the Host incomes. This is shown by the j nation in Europe to reimburse the following Tabic in. For any expenses above the Cost of holding meetings at the new York Headquarters. To Cost million. The extra expense of meeting in Europe has been estimated at $1,000,000 or More. Paris. Geneva and Brussels have been mentioned As the most Likely candidates for the 1948 meeting providing the necessary funds to make today to decision effective Are approved. For Federal Lorn no Munith of Opin Law pose Ion professional and business 847 7r White Collar is 7 12 Farmers 76 6 is manual workers 74 5 21 because the Issue involves in poles expel7 Mikolajczyk Warsaw a a the polish Par Mother a stranger child la protests comes of married couples it is Stamslaw Mikolajczyk calling him interesting to note that men arc evidently More eager to have a Federal Law than women. Eighty a traitor and urged the government to strip him of citizenship. The action was taken after a per cent of males favor the pro spec Jan parliamentary commission postal and .5 per cent of women sported that the opposition Leader per los Angeles up a a of done to kiss ?t 11-year-old bar Bara Jean Ludlow protested when which Little or no political capital embassies in Warsaw her Mother sought to embrace her can made because the fact that after obtaining the child s custody. The commission said Mikolajczyk fled the country with the assistance the Issue is one of those from of High officials of a one of the and was adding Glamor to a pair of fur mittens above is Model june Kirby also shown in a bathing snit and Rascal outfit. Lower photos Are or Anita George Rover girl. In a Dressy snit left and Bow knot Scarf brightening a sports jacket. A Model life chime models by Virginia Wood Ever since the Day eve tucked together some Fig leaves and staged the first fashion Parade for her one Man audience. Adam women have been modelling. The Only difference today is that modelling As eve and her Many daughters have done through the years As amateurs is now a High let lucrative profession. But so much has been written about models and modelling a debunking the profession that a Survey has been made to determine the facts. Easy to get work. Actually modelling is easier to i Bleak into. And brings better financial return sooner than do most jobs open to girls. Lud Llola of Racine who operates a commercial photography business Points out that Racine is not the a Mecca for models that new York i is. A sometimes we have two or i three Model jobs in a week and then again there May not be one in a month. Hobe handles More Calls of photogenic hands than anything else. Two Racine women i have been posing for the pictures with local merchandise. Most of his studio pictures Are made for advertising. Estimates show that co in Para j j timely few american girls make i any serious attempt to enter modelling. The top estimate of the largest and most successful Agency in new York City is that 60 to 75 girls a week inquire about entering modelling. This is a Small number compared to the More 1 than 8 million girls Between 18 and 25 years old. Who. The United Washington a up a the Oft Stormy hearings into Howard Hughes big aircraft dealings with the government ended suddenly saturday afternoon. The inquiry closed with Hughes accusing a Senate War investigating committee of a keeping the Public in the dark to on information now in its files that would prove Hughes said that he is general fears for Freedom Milwaukee a May renew Price curbs Washington a a president Truman was understood to by considering asking Congress contracts has been offered. Monday to give him authority to Ferguson did however confirm a ,. _. I an assertion by Hughes that the reimpose wartime Price or it trois. Committee has definite evidence of and consumer rationing on key j dealings Between Bennett e. Mey commodities if and when other ers retired wartime air Force pro i about How he got his $40,000,-000 Worth of War contracts to build two types of planes. Sen. Ferguson a Mich denied there has been any attempt to withhold evidence in the Hughes Case and declared All data the committee has on Hughes regents push building plan Madison a of p a the University of Wisconsin Hoard of regents saturday took Steps towards completing plans for $11,690,000 it Orth of new University buildings. The Board directed business and finance director a. Vav. Peterson to ask acting gov. Oscar Renne Bohm to release $322,000 from the University postwar construction fund for completing plans for a new engineering building Library building and Dairy Industry building. In other actions the regents increased fees for the eight week summer session next year from $45 to 50. Measures fail to halt rising prices. No Resit. It was pointed out that under the plan or. Truman would not invoke he authority immediately a assuming it was Given to him but would hold it in Reserve for use if other proposed anti inflation measures fail. And the control would be used Only on a few foods and other commodities that met directly affect the Cost of living. The other proposed measures pretty Well agreed on. Would include allocation of scarce Mali in. Telling the truth Douglas Macarthur in a letter made Public saturday indicated a fear of an american dictatorship and contended the american people must regain Power intended by constitutional mandates. Macarthur to letter was rend to delegates from la states at a conference called to set up a National Macarthur for president c a a pain. They met in the Plankinton hotel Wisconsin state Macarthur Headquarters and Legal residence listed by Macarthur. Expect acceptance. Macarthur saw the need for More leadership and less direction in America. He believed the re than shaping of civilization to better serve America and the world depended on restoration of a othe people to voice to the orbit of political and economic discussion and ?� he still gave no indication he will run for the Republican presidential nomination but his supporters had a Ono doubt about his availability. A owe have reason to believe Douglas Macarthur will accept the presidential nomination when it is offered to him. Otherwise we would Crement officer with several aircraft contractors other Hughes. The probe Meyers. Ferguson promised a sequel to the Hughes hearings by saying the committee will go further next week into Meyers financial situation. The final Days of the Hughes hearings brought these developments i Ira c. Eaker retired Deputy a commander of the air forces. A voter is a Republican or demo rounded in i band of seven fori Quot no inc after a seven year search. Rat makes my be differ Cnoc a 1 hours i states census Bureau reports Are understood to favor the hold in Reserve Price and rationing author Ity idea. Some it was said favor voted to discontinue i a of one a As no Congress to impose such of the buildings run by the urn mine Flat in. Verify at Truax Field and to move 200 men students quartered in the building to other sections of the Truax project. Accepted $13,300 Worth of gifts and Grants to the University. Said that testimony by the balding. Loud speaking Meyers about buy not be engaged in this great ?t my aircraft company Stock for Lansing Hoyt. Wisconsin club pres trials at the source revival of Eaker during the War was a either ident. Said in opening the noncredit tin trois Export controls untrue or ?t Ference. And the like. Meyers a retired major general. Joseph Choate. To Angeles Law consideration of the he old in had told the senators wednesday yer and California chairman of the Reserve Price and rationing. That he bought about $1,000 Worth Macarthur for president club authority was disclosed by an i of Republic aviation Stock in Mey read the letter from the general authoritative source. He Emp a Erst name for Eaker in 1940. Sized that or Truman a. No. Yet n>1, Mccarthy it attorney and Quot ply to Choate to wrote is finally decided on the proposal. Z. Huh Romany office Dor Arthur. Advisers favor Reserve. This source said a majority of convinced Meyers tried to a shake the president to key advisers Are Down Hughes for a loan while the general was handling plane contracts for the air forces. Hughes had testified that Meyers sought a $200,000 loan to finance a $10,000,000 Bond Deal in dated sept. To. The letter was a Macao Ai Choice in the matter but by con ing the War years testified he is 9cr, and acclamation you will be the Choice of the Republican party As candidate for the White House Mac Arthurs to reply outlined his political philosophy which the delegates interpreted to be hts stand As a potential presidential which Meyers would have bought and Date government Bonds on margin and a it. Hughes would have guaranteed distribute battens. Them against a drop in the Market. The general saw a need for a re Meyers gave an opposite version orientation a Oto the course which mrs. Margaret Ludlow Vess. 28 thu a inn Hout Mem unit in fwd us in living in the country year old trapeze performer told bout a Quot Mun it Ort 20 a a tar High 0�?, of one a court commissioner she gave o�"�1? us a i a Khz of to rmba55�? pfrsuade<1 he an Odd quirk is revealed by leave the country. Their daughter into the temporary. Custody of Bradley r. Ludlow comparing the opinion of citizens the report did not name the when Thev were divorced in 1938. Who enjoy tax Vingi from split embassy. It denied that the gov for seven years she added she a Quot come returns with those who do eminent had intended to arrest a unable to icam the child to not residents of the 13 com Mikolajczyk. Who told newsmen whereabouts and her letters and Unity property states give a upon his arrival in London that he presents were returned unopened slightly higher vote to spreading lied in order to escape a being she is now the wife of William the lax savings to the rest of the killed like a sheep a Mikolajczyk Vess. Manager of an acrobatic nation than those who do not said he had Learned he was slated troupe have the privilege. Ludlow to present wife. Whom official estimates based on Barbara called a omy real ?� Plit income tax returns place the wept with the child when the a proximately annual Revenue loss commissioner awarded Barbara to to the Federal government at mrs. Vess. $600,000,000 were the Community a but i done to even know her a property Law to become applicable Barbara remonstrated. To All 48 states. Only married a a couples with More than $3,300 in a i a come would Benefit. Rind prisoner is in i eight states whose Laws in Loo Blinker derive from Early Spanish and Waupun. Wit i Warden French Laws have Long had com John c. Burke announced this noon nullity property provisions those that convict Max Wojtycski. 42. States for trial and death sentence from a military tribunal. The report said Mikolajczyk to departure was motivated by the realization he had signed his own political death warrant by his opposition St tactics and that he faced a rising revolt within his own polish peasant party. Law officers sign affidavits Atlantic City. N ?"</p>�?" of course the greatest demand for models is in new York the nerve Center of the advertising a orid. The Hub of the graphic and photographic Art of which modelling is a derivative profession. In addition All the major fashion magazines have their editorial and illustrative facilities there. Ninety per cent of the 8.000 fashion models employed in the United states work in new York. From fit to $500. Fees of $100 a week Are not unusual. Of a photographic Model has the necessary attributes and is willing to work intelligently and hard she can earn. $200. $400, even $500 a week. Chicago models Are those most generally used by Holt who says the models to Are unionized and classified As a. B. Or c models according to their experience wardrobe and education along dramatic lines. A Job Model most May visit i. S. In done a it a Princess Elizabeth and it. Philip Mountbatten a car it to he cd Hughes tried to get him a the past brought us to a nation a a agreed pro i Iona ii to i it it a a etr�n0th , Quot granted a leave of absence Canada and probably the United jul ice with pay to prof. Asher Hobson states next Spring a source dose but for 250,000. Agricultural economist who will to Buckingham Palace said Satur go to Europe to do research work Day night world honors famed hymn written Hundred years ago awl Mth to tit font Tho too i helpfulness of the hymn i. Xvi it Kwh lairs Quot a clears to Roosevelt. Hughes also disclosed in a signed statement that the trans we world airlines in which he is majority stockholder had employed not for $200,000 strength and political greatness it and for a policy a permitting a othe maximum of personal Liberty. He declared it is a undeniable that leadership which fails to meet the vital test of Domestic issues cannot Hope to command a following in its assault upon the broader Gen. H. H. Arnold wartime head world ?� Tho Dorko Ott jeepers lord. Milk to outdo w Horn off off if pot $ Tod and cot Quot it Torii lot. Help i Tho hot pita. 0 of do milk were overwhelming. A one Clear fact emerges he says. A Obdale in the ultimate values of christianity is far deeper and More widespread among the of the air Force for a Brief time at $250 a month in an a advisory ?� the Hughes statement also a othe need of ?� he wrote a ois not in the concentration of greater Power in the controls of state but in the reservation off testimony that Elliott Roosevelt son of the late president and wartime air Force officer had not seen the Hughes Model of a photo reconnaissance plane until after a heart of men than the leaders of directive had been issued to buy the Church have dared to Hope. These planes made a correction in his earlier much More Power m the Rev. Lyle took his theme from St. Luke. 24, 29 a abide with us Are California. Nevada the four top officers of the Cio Otto used in Racine is paid eight who had Bren unaccounted for at Texas. Louisiana. New Mexico. A in i. Auf work a announced do Lars hour Rwm la a no a the Wisconsin state prison since Arizona. Idaho and Washington. Boards a train in Chicago Unrast thursday had been found hid five other states have passed saturday they had signee non til she returns. My in Coal bunkers at the ins Titu Laws to give their citizens the communist affidavits As required naturally a girl must have finn saturday. The prisoner w assume Benefit they Are Oklahoma by the Taft Hartley act. Certain attributes to succeed in the action was taken at a Spe Fash on or photographic modelling. J14 a Rirl must have the Neces Cial Law executive Board meet taken immediately to the prison Oregon Nebraska Pennsylvania Hospital for examination. And Michigan. Brith am. England Nea a half a mile from Here on a Little Rise in the ground Between the sea and the windswept Moor stand Berry Hill House. There. Too years ago. Almost on the eve of his death. Rev. Henry Francis Lyle wrote in less than a hour a hymn which has lived on in the hearts and lives of men verses Are used and women throughout the eng versions usually Lush speaking world Ever since a a abide with ?� London unveils Tablet. Intended by the constitutional mandates for More leadership and less ?� Choate and Hoyt agreed Macarthur s views might constitute a major Plank in the 1948 Republican platform. The first Macarthur for presi Clay is far ?t two changes made. The eight verses he wrote filled both sides of a single Sheet of Hughes agreed to a close Quot paper in the original manuscript series of charges and no piracy Rule governs club in exclusive Hollywood area by Virginia Macpherson Low if your tip was big enough. Hollywood a shades of and escort you to a table a a a the Good old Days we found a in Back if it w Asni to night club smack in the Middle j if you tre a two bit tourist and today Churche throughout the ins in line with a much do Cut de Saryu or non 5ur, a an word a to Librale the Centenary 1 Tarn to Page 3. Col. A Resolution adopted at the Union s convention this week. A Telegram notifying the a Al Lineal labor relations Board of of it 5 a of # the step was sent by Law pres t r t a Dent Walter Reuther. Secretary \70#s i fee i fio rip a in in it Vox St Butusov by Oxel if of that hymn with special commemorative services. In London a memorial Tablet will be unveiled in Westminster Abbey beneath the memorial to John and Charles Wesley. Treasurer Erin Maze and vice f Here at Brixham. The Lyte presidents Richard Gosser and Elpaso. Texas Ltd it a people Chimes at the Parish Church John Livingston. Let All sorts of rewards these Day ulcer preached for 23 years they repeated Reuther to former for answering questions. William play i hymn at a special o glittery Hollywood where you headwaters have an uncanny Tai statement that signing of the affix h. Wilson is getting a free trip to a re a at Nice Whir he a cd done to have to slip a snooty Captain Cut for spotting same he turns davits would in no Way prejudice Bolton because he asked one after waiting the hymn. A five spot to get a table. You Over to a Captain who also the Union s right to Challenge the the question a Owhy is it so easy Kra 15 restored. In there Arentt any captains. The expects a tip. Constitutionality of the Law or its to buy a pistol in Texas to South Africa the hymn has been Hughes to final appearance also. A4. #. Brought the name of senator Dent buttons were distributed at for it is toward evening and the Brewster rep. Me chairman of the meeting. The red. White and the full War investigating commit Blue Motif bears the inscription tee. Into the hearing briefly. Last summer Brewster and a bitter counter in most hymnal Only the first charges that disrupted the main second fifth sixth and seventh Industry into the aircraft con the published tracts contain two then after a committee attorney changes in text from the original bad read Hughes to signed state in the second line of the first ment correcting his testimony housing project in Milwaukee has verse. Rev. Lyte wrote a othe dark about Arnold and Elliott Roose been approved by president tru Ness thickens a not a of deepens As veil. Ferguson announced a re Man and the United states Public it is generally Sung today. In the Cess until monday housing administration the first line of the seventh verse he a Othis ends the Hughes hearing a Agency to Chicago regional office wrote. A hold then thy Cross a not Ferguson told a reporter. 1 announced. A hold thou thy ?� music for the hymn was written by or. W. Ii. Monk. That keynote the conference a Macarthur for ?"1948.�?� Milwaukee to build 232-unit Homes Chicago in a contract for a 232-unit Low Cost Public owner does no to believe in pm. A now that snorts Gaynes. A ois fight for repeal. And that is practically unheard a miserable situation. People have a a of in this tip Happy town where to do a lot of scraping these Days is a be in Well heeled stars done to dare just to afford food. They done to Jii Tihy a Days a Fucks step out of an evening without have Money to throw away on to remain ill chair a pocketful of Loose greenbacks some supercilious so and so with w no tip for tables. A dark suit and handful of ?� they better have big numbers meets own guest. On the Comers too. Or else the he kind of suspects the other headwaters and the maitres de and night club owners around town the captains in the Swanky bistros agree with him. Hie customer a give out with that a How did you and that includes the movie stars crawl in Here sneer. He asked it of two Texas peace translated into afrikaans for the officers last week. That and his occasion. In India stories of the interest in a pistol display at a influence of a abide with me on Law enforcement conventions to off but of various individuals have a Chain of inquiries on the officers been published in tamil Lan Washington. Up it a three year old Jimmy Lee was told not or move from his room and obeyed. Part the inquiries developed that Wilson was wanted in Vermont As a parole violator and in Boston on a car theft charge. Guage fear foggy weather on Royal wedding Doy London i amp in there to a pus is bitty. Although no weather fore College poll picks Durante As Best guest for party Collegeville. Ind. A cof a four Hundred College student Dent ballots cast at 131 colleges. Directions asked the critics during the first week of listening to a base your scoring of each personality on this simple premise would a stranger be Welcome in your Home by All members of your Caster is saying so out loud just would rather take gravel voiced yet. That London May be blanketed Jimmy Durante Home to meet by one of those pea soup fogs on their folks than invite Bob Hope Princess Elizabeth to wedding Day to Tell them the kind of jokes he nov. 20. Uses on his radio show. The Weatherman noted that nov. 20 was foggy in six of the last first of 30 weekly radio acceptance 16 years and Rainy in seven of polls conducted by St. Joseph to of remaining to. But a Burking Indiana said they would like Tola. Organizer and honorary Sec re Ham Palace spokesman declared have Edgar Bergen step into their of by of the Lyte International a fog or no fog the wedding goes Parlours but he could leave Charlie u a i the student questioned in the mall a he Quot a he to do me m things As the radio artist is saying a the Durante show was the Only tary commemoration is the Rev. Henry James Garland. For a year with officer Harold King of now he has been collecting stories firemen carried him from the Boston. Wilson is in route by plane about the hymn and the people to a Are getting a Little bored with room where he was found sitting for the new England City. But Mike Gaynes is against this shelling out to or 15 Burk before High class piracy. When he opened they even get a Napkin on their up the dells practically next door laps. To Tail out the cock. Somerset Gaynes make sure his anti House. Cirou to and Moc Ambo and piracy policy holds. He meets the their dignified captains he slap people at the door himself Ped Dow n a a Ono lipping for a a and they be tried to slip me table order. A fiver dozens of ?� he Grin i of tire a oils Okay to leave something Ned. A of just Tell pm who i am for the ?� Gaynes concedes and explain about our Rule. Some a Othats for service rendered. But times they insist. So i give it to the Price of the table is included the waiters or the hat Check girl in the Bill you should no to have or the bartender. To pay that ?� other night mostly though the customers club owners please take note quietly in his chair while smoke from a basement fire filled the House. They said a baby Sitter hired by his Mother. Mrs. Dora May Lee. Told him not to move w Hile she made a trip to a neighbourhood vessel in distress Manila. A up a the Manila steamship company said its inter All the maitre de does anyway suckers Are to used to being cup he went on is toss you a fishy Ped they feel a Little frustrated Smirk when you come in Bow when left clutching their Cash. Island vessel fsi59 has sent an just look flabbergasted the poor sos saying she was adrift in a Disney erases smear on league of voters Washington i a testimony linking the league of women voters to a a of smear Campaign against Walt Disney was stricken from the House in amen ran activities committee to records at Disney to request. Disney wrote the committee that he was a confused by a similarity of names to when on oct. 24. He whom it has Given Comfort when most needed. From re Luke. On la panne Beach during the evacuation of Dunkirk a Soldier began playing it on an accordion in. The midst of an especially bitter air attack. Every Man on the Beach began singing it. Nurse Avell died before a firing squad in world War i while repeating the hymn. When the rms Stella was sinking with 105 victims an unidentified woman climbed to the Bridge on. Parlours Mccarthy at Home. They said Jack Benny was one dignitary in the lord chamberlains to office choked at the very �?.bought of fog on a Day. Remarking with a shudder a Oitt to too horrible to ?� could t resist impulse Motorist tells judge Baltimore Upit it Cost Peter pro rms Cortin to the poll conducted to determine a othe de Diane and their shows were termed Quot acceptable a while the i Hope show received a a barely aether fifth favorite performer on ram. I a the Rikke be Piarie Rauno. His own show. On the Fibber Mcgee and Molly program. Mollie ranked fourth and Fibber eighth among the performers. Hepe last Choice. The Durante show received top rating among the nation to comedy j. Tringali $15 to give Way to an impulse familiar to Many motorists. Tringali testified in a Baltimore traffic court he had been crowded by a heavy truck As he drove alongside. He was convicted of punching the truck Driver in the Eye when typhoon Ono half mile off Bataan testified that the league of worn no the song. Island in Albay Gulf of South in voters had sought to a of smear Rev. Garland says response to both vehicles stopped at a traffic Eastern Pluton. I him during a studio strike. A Bull for such stones about the sign. None offensive. No comedy program Auxin Tell during the opening week of oct. 12 was found to be offensive. The students rated the programs according to a total of Ive classifications a highly ?� a acceptable a a barely ?� a of unacceptable or �??� in glee of Good taste shown by tile addition each personality on the ?� show was Given a Point rating in Hope was at the Bottom of the Der a system of Points ranging list. From too through Zero to a minus students at 40 colleges and uni too. Vanities participated in the sur thus individual stars in some vey. As machinery is set up in oth cases received a a highly accepter localities the weekly ratings of Abler rating although the show a radio entertainers is expected to a whole was considered Only a Mac be based on More than 1,000 Stu Cebu Biais

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