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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 30, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. Is no. 30.Racine, wis. Sunday november 30, 1947. 6 rages poll upholds House in contempt Case by George Gallup director. American Institute of Public opinion Princeton. N. J a the House contempt citation against the Hollywood inquiry witnesses who refused to say whether they Are members of the communist party is in line with the. Tanto a anti mint of the voting Santa Enro Ute to villagers by i r Ank Tremaine Mexico City it us a Santa Claus is off on one of hts earliest inns of just lugging three crates the size of dining room tables to a tiny Village in France where Faith in Santa Claus almost died three years ago. The crates contain package for All the neatly 400 inhabitants of the Village of mail in. Near Tours including its iss children and the a four susceptible of being bom before Christmas. Many of the children had t even heard of Santa Claus Betone lat Christmas and would t have believed in him if they had. Santa Claus and All the other Cut a spirits seemed to have abandoned the Little town one Day in August 1944 that was the Day when a Tom population. Voters who had heard or read about the congressional investigation of Hollywood showed j a pronounced sentiment in favor j of punishment for those now held in contempt of Congress for fail i my to answer questions concern my alleged communist con j Nevi ions. However opinion is closely divided on the question of whether i the investigation of Hollywood was properly handled by the j House committee. To probe Public attitudes the1 Institute used a series of questions designed to cover various aspects of the situation. The Survey was completed before the House took action on the contempt citations. Familiarity hit ii. The first question sought to find How Many people Are familiar with the Hollywood investigation. It was found that approx pans of Gorman troops killed 126 Matelev eight out of every to had of the population slaughtered the livestock and razed the Village As punishment for harbouring a downed British flier. Then in april. 1946. Girard and Kathleen Hale of Santa Barbara Calif stepped into the picture. Population grow. The increase in Mailie s juvenile population from 141 a year and a half ago to the present 156 and a four us Cep Ink of bring bom before Christmas Quot is Only part of the continuing Progress reported to the Hales. The reports started in 1946, shortly after the Hales began playing year round Santa Claus by sending off a shipment of 7,000 item ranging from layettes and workmen clothes to furniture for it lie City halt a oat first our letters from the Village were stiff and said mrs. Hale who is visiting Here. A now we know just How Many pig mme. Dubois got in the last litter i the litters Are getting bigger Progress of the War devastated Village also it indicated in the request lists Maili sent to the Hale. The first list received after j the wealthy couple decided to a a adopt Quot the town consisted largely of the downright essentials of every Day living clothing eating utensils frying pans and household linens. A Girard tractor. Now the Hales Are sending such things As rakes and hoes and other farm implements. They even sent a tractor which the villagers Call a Girard. A owe wondered about that Quot mrs. Hale said a until we got a letter explaining that no family would dare name a child Girard or Kathleen for fear of making All the other families in the Village Jeal j Ous. So they named the tractor which belongs to All of them. After Progress also is indicated by other signs. A Othey have a roof on the school Hale said. Describing his own Marshall plan for helping Europe. A Othey did that and a lot of other j improvements themselves. We ent them blackboards and de is and pencils and Chalk and paper j enough for a year but they fixed up the school themselves. Near s3b.0imi a Othats to one of the things about personal Aid. A handout of Money from the government does t provide much incentive but when people get help from other people in the shape things they can use they re inspired to get out and help themselves heard or read about it. These people were then asked a what is sour opinion of this investigation do you approve or disapprove of the Way la was handled Quot Quot approve disapprove no opinion disability pay due for airing 370 26 a a oho you think the boils Wood writers who refused to a whether they were members of the oui my Nisi Early should be punished or not 7&Quot should be. 47 should not. It no opinion. Ii further analysts of the poll returns shows noticeable differences in attitudes on these questions among educational and occupational groupings. Here is the Way for example. The various class orations vote on whether the witnesses should be punished who refused to say whether or not they Are communist should should be not be Pun Pun no shed shed Opin. By education College 34 so c it High school 44 43 13 Grimmer 53 31 ii by occupation prof. A bus. 41 47 13 White c Ollar 36 is is Farmers i 23 is others49 35 16 knot on head his Reward mrs. Frances Crane of Woods hide. A founder of the Quot share a shawl Quot project measures a shawl bring knitted by mrs. Hopkinton of new Bedford a native of la Var Cheshire. England. Knitting Needles Click again to make shawls for Britain Oakland Calif a it a i a what David Gallagher thought was a kind deed Cost him a knot on the head a broken window and a tire Blowout. Gallagher. 24, was studying in his Cabin. Somebody pounded on the door. Gallagher opened up and a girl dashed in crying a save me a Man is chasing meet Quot Gallagher locked the door. A Man bashed in the window and climbed through. He hit Gallagher on the head with a chunk of lumber. Grabbed the girl and drove off. Gallagher pursued in his own car. In downtown Oakland the Stran the Hales estimate they be spent re stopped his car. Leaped out and about $25,000 or $30,000 on their came Over to Gallagher a omy wife and i had an argument Quot he a id. A lets forget the whole Gallagher was t satisfied he started to write Down the stranger s License plate but the Man ripped off the plate and drove off. Again Gallagher gave Chase but gave up when a tire blew out. Adopted Village so far. The villagers wrote to a save on Christmas decorations this year because we saved most of those from last the Christmas boxes contain three gilts for each in the Village and the four on the Way a one Sweet one useful gift a and one just for happiness by Minna Littmann Kew Bedford. Muss Nea a knitting Needles Are clicking busily again for Britain but this time the bundles will contain Only 1 shawls. a new program to help the British weather i the cold fuel less Winter ahead is the idea of mrs. Charles r Crane. Of Woods Hole. Daughter of a j former american Diplomat. Mrs. Crane believes and the marchioness of Reading head of Britain s women s voluntary services. Agrees that shawls would by especially Welcome this Winter. They present no sire problem and Are easy to knit. Doty free. Mrs. Crane wrote friends in Boston. St. Louis and new York about her project and helped organize knitting units on Cap cod. Several Hundred Shaw is already have been shipped. The w is. A major British Relief Agency arranged for All shawl shipments addressed to their Headquarters at 41 Tothill St. London. . I England be admitted duty free. Lady Reading cabled a Ocan assure you my deepest appreciation your generosity and thoughtfulness. During this coming Winter when we Here must face every kind of shortage and difficulty your shawls will be More than Ever the new Bedford Standard times. Impressed by the practical nature of the project volunteered to serve As Headquarters for a National a share a Shaw i Quot Campaign. The Church world service Cen i Ter has offered to ship shawls to England for individuals or groups. Mrs. Crane pictures the situation in this Way a shawls Are easily made. Many persons Are glad to knit them who would not attempt garments which must be made to size. Because shawls Are not made to size. They can be passed around among All members of a household. Supplementing scarce warm garments. A there in the United states Are groups which co operated with War Relief organizations so recently disbanded that they easily can be brought together again to organize a share a shawl project in each Community Quot Here is the Way mrs. Crane outlines the plan afghans favored. Make a shawl either i Dividu to Pun base Wool wholesale and to raise funds to pay for it. Any color or combination of colors except White will do and any size. Wright or style you prefer. Small afghans from 30 by 60 to 36 by 72 inches Are Likely to be most useful four ply Yam is a Good Choice and works up quickly on Needles not smaller than size la. Attach a tag or pint of cloth carrying your name and address. To add a personal touch. Ship a quickly As possible parcel Post shawls singly or in batches not exceeding total parcel weight of 22 pounds to women to voluntary services. 41, Tothill i Street London i. England Mark packages a share a shawl All parcels addressed to was Are admitted duty free individuals or groups who prefer May mall or deliver Haw is to Church world service Center 2121 44th drive. Long Island City i. N. A for forwarding address Parrel to Church world service Center and Mark package. Share a Shaw i parcel for was warns italians of civil War French reds exploit want by Dewitt Mackenzie Ltd foreign affairs anal is Hench communists Are re a reviving the support of a powerful but evil ally in their attempt to bring about the downfall of the hard pressed government and this ally is harsh privation due to a serious shortage of Many Neces it lilies of life of course there Are oases in where if you have the Money you can buy most anything you want and the Farmer in general Are better off foe food than Are their town cousins there also Are Black markets in which Loose Rouse Temes ran find necessities and Ren luxuries but for the Man in the Street these Are harsh Day. Ermine and a t Aal. The rank and file in Paris and other cities Are suffering a Scarcity of bread butter milk meat flour a and most other things. Parisians Are trying to Rook on Gas stoves which Are virtually without pressure because of the Gas workers to strike equally bad. There is a terrible shortage of coat due to the miners strike and already temperatures below freezing Are warming of approaching Winter. Not Only is much of the country shivering but Industry s gravely affected. Min Phi Ladelthia in president Truman s top military aide said saturday the chief executive has asked the armed services to investigate the promotion records of 28,000 wartime officers who have been retired on tax free disability pay. A. Gen. Harry la. Vaughn the military aide told a reporter aboard the president to special train in route from Washington to the army a a a Public see communism soars rapidly Navy football game Here that or. Truman is determined to a wipe out any possible Racket it in tax free disability pay. Or. Truman called on or Creary of defense for rest i a few Days ago for records of Alt officers of world War to receiving tax free disability retirement pay since the end of world War ii. Presidential Secretary Charles g. Rows said or. Truman wanted the lists Quot for his information Quot rims added then he did not know what might Rome of the matter eventually. Lean Hawse order. Quot the president is calling upon the army Navy and air Force to make a thorough and Complete inquiry. Quot we the had reports of officers who passed Grid physical examinations for commissions and promotions and then pleaded disabilities at Tho close of the War in order to receive fax free disability retirement pay. A othe president thinks it is a Job for the army. A y and air departments to clean Vaughan said the president to new order grow my out of the Senate investigation of Bennett e Meyers retired air Force major army skeletons by Hal Boyle new York a if the army has any skeletons in its closet tile Public now can View them. Gen. Dwight Eisenhower says so. His recent order unveils All army historical records except those containing secrets essential to National Security regardless of whether the records May Embarrass the top brass. Noise in Hen House results in feast Coulterville Iii. A aha roused from sleep by a disturbance in the Hen House James Patton investigated with a Shotgun. He aimed the gun a the Hen House open Dot kor demanding a come out. Eve got you covered Quot Patton said his dog to cold nose touched his unc lad leg startling him so that he fired both gun barrels. The thief Man or beast fled but. Patton had killed la chickens. Which were readied for the table. Gallagher went to a Hospital to get. Ally or As a member of a group. His head bandaged. Buy the Wool yourself or obtain the couple was not heard from it through an organized com again. Trinity group which can arrange Butcher s novel meat plan launches booming business Rome 4 a former Premier Francesco Saverio Notti warned the constituent Assembly saturday that Quot the Specter of civil w a Quot hovers Over Italy. A owe Are witnessing a continuous and always More dangerous process of division among the parties and among declared the 79-year-old elder statesman. Nitti. Leader of the Small National democratic unum party addressed his words log fall who As spare to the reconstruction of a Italy because of fascism and its Braggadocio has to Many enemies and on True and real friends in the world except America Quot he said. Nittis to warning came As Interior minister Mario Scriba target of leftist blasts defended the government to handling of the Milan demonstrations against the removal of the provincial prefect during which leftist organizations almost vaulted to Power. The leftists wrung a Promise from the Christian do Morawic government that the prefect would remain. Thousands of demonstrators Laid siege to the prefecture during the protests. Slate Grants increase in Racine Gas rates ister of production Robert Lacoste general is being sent to Forrestal says if the Coal strike continues Many electric plants in Paris will be forced to rinse. Speaking in general of the several Coal strikes France has experienced this year. Lacoste declares Quot this is progressive paralysis of French Economy it w ill be very difficult to repair the wrong already there you have the picture As the bolshevism press their attack. This brings the harassed Cabinet up against the truism that the Peoples of All countries generally blame the government when things affecting their Way of life go wrong and of course the reds i Are using the hardships As propaganda to try to stir the citizens to anger. The question naturally arises whether this situation is due to communist strategy. I think the answer is that the War left France with a Bali dislocated Economy i and the reds have exploited this for their own advantage. Certainly Many if not All. Of the innumerable strikes Are due to communist influence. Hope la new Premier. It Isno to surprising therefore that the strike situation in franc is reported As in a confused state. Unions in some localities have been voting to strike while Stryk the officers eligible for this compensation which amounts in most cases to three fourths of their Active duty pay. Range in rank from ?"367 of them Down through the grades to second lieutenant. Speculation that there might be a move afoot to Challenge some of the disability ratings went unanswered by an official White House announcement which said Only that or. Truman wants the material a ofor his rated in percentage. One of those on the list i Meyers subject of a Senate investigation into air Force wartime contract dealings whose financial affairs while he was an air Lorce major general Are now under study by a Federal grand jury. Retirement pay for officers tax free for those with a disability rating is provided by three acts or Congress the disability pay of enlisted men also is tax free but differs in that it is based on a percentage of disability. Regardless of rank the enlisted Man receives $1.38 per month for each percentage Point. Thus a former enlisted Man rated Asio per cent disabled gets $13 80 a month. Ers in other areas have voted to a a # of i get a k on the Job the comm in lift Ducj St lo00 50 Isis claim 4000000 Are striking. _ a ii j to be deodorized while government sources assert that Only half that number Are out. France to new Premier. Robert Soh unum seems to have taken the Bull by the horns. Not Only has he recalled thousands of troop to the army and initiated other military preparations to meet any eventualities but he has created a sensation by ousting 66 police commissioners. There was no official explanation of this action which the communists described As a purge. However it is reported that Schu Champaign. Iii. A tip a they tre going to take the smell out of Limburger cheese. Stewart l. Tuckey. University of Illinois professor of Dairy manufacturing. Announced a new scientific process to make Limburger cheese taste like it smells without smelling that Way. Quot the outcast of cheeses does no to need to be spurned any said. A Oit can be de Man feared communists might get Luckey control of the police Force of the oried a a country in a happened in Jorge or fwd that the new non Balkan states. Madison ?"nim a the Wisconsin Gas a electric co., Racine. Was granted permission by the state Public service commis Phi la Delphia a a Phi la customers will get a Ofree meat one Tion saturday to increase the rates Delphta Butcher who initiated a week out of every charged its larger customers plan to charge customers a $1.25 George explained the average the new rates will boost the weekly fee and then sell them Butcher markup for profit is 35 company to revenues by $210,633 a meats wholesale has had so much per cent which Means a omy plan year. Only 125 of the company to business he disconnected his phone assures at least a saving of 25 per 57.780 customers will he their and put out a a help wanted sign. Cent monthly for each rates increased and 98 per cent of thirty two year old George i the Butcher plans to Cut the the boost will be borne by 66 Rookstool set a modest goal of 300 $1.25 weekly fee to 75 cents now signed customers when he a noun that he has gone Over the 500 cd his plan. Customer Mark. Judge jails bigamist As bad example Philadelphia a a a to broken a ugh. 59. Who and but the total now is 560 customers and they re still coming in. Too Busy to talk. Rookstool let his Uncle Butcher William h. Rookstool relate his Success Story. Quot when people heard about netted being married four times George to plan his phone started w without obtaining a single divorce. Renzo was sentenced to nine to 18 months in prison after judge Raymond Macneille commented a Titi Send you to prison where women can to reach you you re setting a bad example Fen those of us who have Only erne j Quot he expects to be doing a $4,000 weekly business if people keep on buying meat like they William said. Customers of Rookstool to neighbourhood store can buy Grade a Tbone Steak at 50 cents a Pound under the wholesale offer. According to his Uncle however. Most of the sales Are for bigger Industrial customers. The increased rates apply to firms using in excess of 100.000 cubic feet of Gas per month. The commission said that these Large users had not paid their equitable Hare of the Gas rates since they beep is signal for phone records Washington a Ltd a a new Wund has taken its place alongside the Busy signal dial tone squeal and other noises you sometimes hear Over the Telephone. The latest addition goes Quot beep to Quot arid it Means your conversation is being recorded at the other end of the line. Such recordings which have Long been frowned on by Telephone companies have been legally okayed by the Federal communications commission for interstate and foreign toll Calls. The acc said recorded Calls Quot should be free from any listening in by others that is not done with the knowledge and authorization of the parties to the the commission tested All sorts of warning sounds from musical chords to startled shrieks before smelling Limburger cheese would become an accepted dish in society for the first time since it was made in Limburg. Belgium several centuries ago. Control of bacteria will do the Job. Tuckey said. Quot under the old system we just put All kinds of bacteria in the cheese and some stunk up the place now we just put in the in smelly he said. There probably a to i be no tidal was of ? descending upon the Pentagon to dig out the dirty if any but historians in time probably will uncover much that will interest the men that fought the Battles of the second world War. Africa a puss in. It is axiomatic in War that the closer you get to the front the Les you know about the whole picture. A newspaper Reader in Omaha knew More about what was going on than an infantryman fighting House by House through Aachen. The a Odo faces Quot Back in civilian life. Still would like to have a lot of answers to questions that bothered them then and which the army records ought to be Able to Clear up now. Those who fought in Tunisia for example Are still puzzled Over the mysterious disappearance of the african climate. They waded ashore carrying in their Back pockets a Little Blue Book in which the War department assured them that Africa had a hot dry climate. For six months it rained snowed froze thawed snowed and rained. If i there was a dry place Between Casablanca and Tunis it was the War to Best held military secret. Then when the Victory was won and the last German sealed up in prisoner Camps or swimming toward Italy the Sun suddenly came out and there was the promised hot dry african climate. But where had it been hibernating for half a year a second mystery the dough foots would like is what happened to the warm sunshiny climate which another army handbook said positively no fooling this time they would find in Italy. Be answer for Seale. All they found from Salerno to Anzio and beyond were bitter winds chilling Frost and mountains even Wetter colder and rockier than those of North Tunisia. By then the foot soldiers were so used to sloping Forward from trudging Uphill that they practically fell on their faces Ahen they hit an occasional Patch of level ground. A third weather mystery is How did the French mud through which american troops fought in 1918 manage to get so much deeper in Only 26 years. The army historical records which explain the weather mysteries perhaps also will give a really satisfactory answer As to Why the army ran out of gasoline and shells m 1944 As it reached the Siegfried line. Thus delaying the War s end through another Winter. The men who most deserve that explanation Are under crosses. Moscow Foj Jhu the Magazine party life reported that the communist parties in Italy and China Are the largest outside the soviet Union. The membership is placed at More than 2.000 Ooi for each of those countries. The strength of the French communists was placed at 1,000.-000. Compared with 340.000 before the War. The most rapid growth reported for any country was romanian from 1,000 to 700,000 m 1947. A million la Russia. The figures were contained in a report on party membership in Europe and Asia exclusive of the soviet Union. No new figures were Given for Russia but a recent official estimate placed the party membership at 8 000.000. In addition there Are 3,000 too youths in the Koens mols which Are very close to the communist party organization. The Magazine said the communist party in Italy has risen from 38.000 before Mussolini seized control to a present strength of More than 2.200.000. In China the growth was Given As from 600.000 in 1942 to More than 2,000.000 now. In Japan the figures Given were from 1.000 in 1945 to 100,000 at present. The publication said the czech and slovak parties form the most numerous group in Eastern Europe outside Russia. The increase reported was from 85.000 in 1935 to 1.250.000 in 1947. Spread general. Other figures included. Poland from 20,000 during tie German occupation to 800,000 now Hungary from 30,000 late in 1943 to 800,000 Bulgaria from 17.000 in 1944 to 500,000. Yugoslavia from 12,000 in 1940 to 400.000 England from 13,000 in 1938 to 43,000 Sweden 11,000 in 1940 to 48,000 India from 9.000 to 70.000 Belgium from 10,000 to 100.000 the Netherlands from 8,000 to 50 -000 no dates for the last named countries. Milton Howard associate editor of the communist daily worker in new York said last april the communist party had 60.000 Mem Bers in the United states. 3 Young burglars sentenced again Waupaca. ?" or a tire members of a gang which has admitted responsibility for a Long string of burglaries in North and Central Wisconsin communities received additional sentences saturday. Clifford Anderson. 25. Of Oshkosh. Was sentenced to one to to years at Waupun state prison on each of seven counts of burglary in Waupun county and five count of burglary in Washara county All sentence to run concurrently. Thomas Fuhrer 21, and i brother. Jerome 16, of Appleton were Given concurrent one to five year sentences in the Green Bay reformatory on the same 12 counts. The sentences were passed by circuit judge Herman Severson. The men previously received sentences at Appleton and Chilton. Japan to recruit 36,000 More policemen Tokyo a a Japan to Home ministry will recruit 36,000 additional policemen in the next five months local newspapers said. The country now has 94,000. Recruits will receive six months a scientific Quot training. At Oshkosh Edwin Lorn son. 3t, of Des Moines was sentenced to one to two years at Waupun state prison on each of four counts brought against him by dist. Atty. John a. Moore. Lornson pleaded guilty before acting municipal judge d. E. Mcdonald to two counts of non support of his former wife and minor child in Oshkosh a charge of obtaining Money under false pretences and forgery of his former wife name. Men will have new look too in Long rompers and t of Virginia Macpherson i Apple and you tre still dude up in ringing the doors started swinging and George started signing them up. A Oit go so bad he had to Discon orders next his phone and now he to look a Ogeorge buys a whole Hind my for another Butcher to help Quarter of beef at 50 cents a Pound him and his two and Sells the entire Quarter at that under the plan Rookstool says originally Wert charged Low rate it hit on beep Quot which is Lornor in order to promote the use like a Busy signal but excess Gas capacity which the in pitch and Porter. Company once had. Starting Jan. Is. It will by repeated at is second intervals on All Dies at Ripon Ripon. ?"�?"funeral services will be held monday for Herman Thiel 84. Retired Bitt iness Man and former mayor of Ripon who died thursday. Is recorded Calls. State Public Utility commissions will have to decide whether to permit recorded phone conversations within their state boundaries. ?"u.�?"its Here men. The a new look a for gentlemen. Hollywood Home of purple vests and yellow Slacks came up today with the a Semi suite a a Cross Between a zoot suit and mechanics to overalls. Ifs a one piece Job that looks Uke a streamlined flight suit and it to the brain child of a lady designer who says sheets tired of looking at men with Bulky suits and bulging pockets. If she has her Way. You boys will be slinking around in nothing but her Long legged rompers and a to shirt. That to for lounging around Home. If you want to step out Sling a to around your Adam s longer. High style. It Tell hit the show windows sometime in 1948. A othe a Semi suit is Light and ifs creator Mary Grant insists. A Ono buttons to worry about no shirt tails to keep tucked in. And no heavy layers of material around the pockets you bet. They tre slipped in sideways like the old Navy pea jacket. No flaps though. That cuts Down on the streamlining. You crawl into it like you do overalls zip up the 36-Inch Zipper in front and you tre dressed. It has All the new gimmicks the ladies Are going for a sloping shoulders nipped in Waistline and yes. Even the trouser cuffs Valo distribute new artificial arms Washington i to a a artificial Arm which is unusually Light and flexible will be distributed to 5.000 armless or one armed War veterans the veterans administration said. Each Veteran who lost an Arm while in service is entitled to two artificial arms one to be used As a spare. A Veteran who already has his artificial arms will receive one of the new arms without a hand or Hook and can Transfer an old Hook or artificial hand to the new Arm. A Tchop bounces Hong Kong a up a the Kiangtung provincial Bank lost 100.000 Hong Kong dollars 925.250 to a stranger who walked in with a forged chop Signatur sail of t. V. Soong. Kiangtung governor. Soong is visiting Here. The stranger had gone directly to Are i the Bank to manager to collect the cask

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