Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
12 Oct 1947

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12 Oct 1947

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 12, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 18, no. 23.racine, wis., sunday october 12, 1947. 8 rages mid path poll vote by George Gallup director american insulate of Public opinion. Princeton n. ?"in contrast to the political ferment in France England and a Good Many other countries abroad the dominant attitude of american voters today is politically Middle of the Road. There is no important trend of sentiment either to the left or to the right. The majority want the Truman administration to hew to a line somewhere Between the two extremes. Perhaps As much As anything else this attitude explains Why the most popular presidential candidates for 1948 Are predominantly at or near the Middle of the Road in their Point of View. It probably explains Why sen. Robert a. Taft who in the Public to mind symbolizes right Wing conservatism has not gained much political strength. By the same Token. Henry a. Wallace symbolizing the left Wing Point of View in the Public mind has shown no popular gain in recent months. The pull of Public sentiment toward the Middle is shown in the following coast to coast poll by the Institute. Quot which of these three policies would you like to Hae president Truman follow Quot go More to the right by following More of the View to of business and conservative groups a a Ogo More to the left by following More of views of labor and other Liberal groups a follow a policy half Way Between the two a the vote should go More right 91% should go More should keep Middle of Road .50 no opinion .13 the pull toward the Middle forms one reason Why president Truman is the outstanding favorite among democratic voters for 1948. It also helps explain Why general Dwight d. Eisenhower governor Thomas e. Dewey of new York and Harold e. Stassen none of whom is regarded As having an extreme viewpoint also have wide popular strength As possible . Candidates. In attitudes Here Are in contrast to those prevailing today in France. A Survey recently taken by the French Institute of Public opinion affiliate of the american Institute shows evidence of a pull of Public sentiment toward the left. The poll As reported in september found the following poll in France Quot is the government in your opinion too far to the right or too far to the left a too far right.26% too far left.15 Fine As is33 no opinion .26 in England immediately following the War there was a trend away from conservatism and toward socialism. The Victory of the labor government at the election of 1945 was followed by a program of nationalization which had wide popular backing. Lately however there have been some signs of a trend of British Public sentiment away from socialism. Last summer a Survey by the British Institute of Public opinion found that the conservative party which had been badly beaten in 1945, had enjoyed a sufficient comeback in popular support to make it the equal of the labor party in percentage of followers nationally. Poker a with the Chimp wild Johnny the London zoom to 4-year-old Chimpanzee likes to play cards with his keeper Sam Smith. But Johnny to a hard hard loser and when the cards Are running against him the game is liable to bust up in a Fine rhubarb. Johnny plays pm close to his Chest. But when. A t a. Sam produces five aces Johnny picks up the bottle and a a a a. Expresses his doubt that everything s on the up and up. Inquest tuesday on Chicago fire ?" up a a Coroner to jury was sworn in saturday to Bear testimony at an inquest tuesday into the deaths of to negroes who died thursday night in a fire which swept a 22-Flat tenement building on the near Northwest Side. Coroner a. L. Brodie told the jurors that Quot the fire appears to j be of incendiary origin. I w ant you to ferret out the ?� the Blaze killed five women and five children and injured a dozen other persons. An arson investigation is being conducted by Earl Downes assistant City corporation counsel. He reported to lat the janitor of the burned building. William Cor fitml1�n ?.fair xvii 1 put my Carrins a Crew of army fused to divulge any i a kit Iritano i o men and Vincent j Schaefer j the Experiment be wheat Over $3 Chicago pit Nab four for theft Indianapolis. A a three men and a woman i wanted for questioning in a s $250,000 Cleveland night club Holdup and for armed robber ies in Indiana and Minnesota have been arrested Indiana i state police revealed. Capt. John j. Barton chief of detectives said that Fred Seno. 40. Chicago was seized at new to Orleans. La., Friday night and three alleged accomplices in a three state crime wave were caught at Louisville. Ky., and Jef i Fer Sonville. Ind. Shortly afterwards. Sought for two months. Barton said the four were suspected in the Holdup of the Mounds club in suburban Cleveland a few weeks ago an $8,000 Jeffersonville jewel robbery aug. 22. And a Minneapolis cafe robbery sept. 7 in j which loot of $10,000 to $15,000 was reported taken. Barton said Seno was arrested by the Fri. While its agents and City and state police in the Louisville area were watching Frank Nichols. 42, Chicago James Earl Webb a Jeffersonville taxi Driver i and Dorothy Johnson. 30 when word of Senor to arrest reached Louisville the authorities arrested Webb and then waited for Nichols and the woman to show up at a Louisville hotel where i they were staying. The arrests were made after a search of More than two months. Barton said. He said police believed All the robberies were conducted by the same gang because of the similarity of methods and r the description of the bandits. Barton said Nichols and Seno have Quot Long criminal records it he said two guns and a Quan Tity of jewelry and clothing believed to be part of the loot were found in Nichols room i Nichols and Johnson were to be Given a hearing in Louisville Federal court and Webb at Jefferson Federal court. Barton said. The state police detective chief said that he we Tould try to bring the four to Indiana for questioning about a series of armed robberies and shootings. Traced to Louisville. Barton said he had a warrant for the arrest of Nichols and Seno in connection with the aug. 15 j robbery of the Pulliam jewelry store. Vincennes w Here $150 Cash j and jew Elry were taken. He said the four also would be questioned about the Holdup of the proprietor of an open air theat i ?"gt1 a unless they Jeffersonville is jewelry Quot Quot Roth tier or hiding in Cave or camouflaged Henby Bridge on the main Jeru voluntarily. Aug. 22. A Jeffersonville liquor a camels there Are not i too troops Tab Legionnaire. ,1,1�?t her a Quot to i. Store Holdup and the Hoo tag of within 20 mile of the Palestine Quot a a Arabi on Natre. Nol sections of the Putric tee. Which will study state Joba and two policemen at Jeffersonville Border from the Mediterranean to ,0- Al lne circa Quot a plan were complying with the food Sav he said that the four were the dead sea 9th&Quot by do a Jordan ing program As yet. Some restau a Quot set a of Quot View work known to have been in new or a 300-Mie flight ranging along and la cd male Border pm a rant groups turned Down pleas to of state agencies . Sen. Osier before Ort. 2. And that All each Side of the syrian. Lebanese �? x eliminate meat and eggs from their car Neal rep. Stevens Point and except Seno left and were traced and trans Jordan frontiers show it traffic moved through the menus. Assemblymen Earl Hanson rep. Traced four two Arab legion �"�5toms a hed on he Amman Aires guarding the Winter Home Moscu Highway. Seis continuation of King Abdullah of trans Jordan. �"�.,cel a and two at the Allenby Bridge e i military ?" a belief Arr Orr the Iordan River movement or the massing of troops that Congress will pass some Type the Small plane winged Back pastoral Tranquility of Border of farm Price support program to Rel a budget problems submit a and Forth across unguarded inter towns and stages appeared a continue after present guarantees proposal for a single appropriation National Borders across Bare Gray As � sunday in Carolina end dec. 31, 1948. Was expressed Bill and study revolving funds Brown Hills of Syria and Over the l he e m Jers Salema spokesman saturday by senator Thye rep. Sens. Edward Hilker rep. Racine a a Ohi desert lands across the Jordan at or fla6an 5ai< a 1s\ a of Quot Winn and Arthur Lenroot rep. Superlative organization is convinced the thy a asserting that today or t and assemblyman Frederick Start tragic voyage three seamen wearing life jackets prepare to leave the tug Edward m Grimm. 160 Miles Northwest of Palmyra atoll. 1.000 Miles South of Pearl Harbor. Sept. 24> to Board the minesweepers in background we Thich the tug was towing from Norfolk. A to Manila. P. I., when it ran out of fuel. The minesweepers and men aboard them have vanished and now Are the object of widening air and sea search. The Man in Small boat at left is identified As radioman William Hopkins of Washington. D. C. Those wanting to Board the Small boat Are tentatively identified As Horace Crosby and Leonard Metts of Charleston. S. C. These three were put aboard the minesweepers while the remainder of the Crew staved on the tug. Which was later refuelled and made port. A a United erns three Dollar a Bushel wheat returned to the nation s Grain marts for the first time in 27 years As the government pressed its program to save food for Europe. A Carload of no. I hard wheat sold saturday for cents a Bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade Cash Market the highest Price for Cash Grain since 1920. Second time in 99 years. The highest Price Ever paid in Chicago for Cash wheat was in december 1919, and january 1920, when Cash wheat sold i for $3.50 a Bushel. This marked the second period in the boards 99-year history when Cash wheat prices soared Over $3 a Bushel. Cash wheat sales which Are for immediate delivery Are separate from the trading in futures Grain for future delivery a on the Chicago Board of Trade. But prices on the futures Market have been climbing steadily despite new increases in margin require ments imposed at government j demand. The steady upward climb of i the wheat prices has been j overshadowed by the nation to pre occupation with arranging menus Council saturday to study state i to suit a new voluntary program agencies and state workers . Of meals without meat on tue Tayz i Hutc Bud let t Grecul and without poultry and eggs on Are court veteran5 affair con f i 4sedation and labor and Industry other developments in the food m Wisconsin. Price picture Philadelphia a retail butchers prepared to reduce future Council picks. Committees Madison wis. A 0j.��?"eight sub committees were appointed by the new Wisconsin legislative the committees will report their findings to the Council which in wholesale orders after reports thatt urn , rcom Quot Quot and the 1940 legislature any change it feels Are compliance with the meatless and poultry less Days Cut sales nearly 20 pet cent. The future drop off was not expected to be so Sharp. Needed in state Laws. May add More. Sen. Gordon rep. A Chicago Heads of the Amer Piston Council Secretary said the lean Hospital association called. Upon member Hospital to support Fly a a of a a a Mitt would Eov a the food conservation program a a major work that Tho Council wherever it was possible to do so is planning. Other sub May without endangering patients. Be appointed later to handle Othor plane spots no troops along Palestine Border Boston a president Philip. Murray of the Congress of Indus i <5? added. Aii members a , rom Offeh a the 12-Man Council Are re pub Orp Nua charge Beans but the sub committees i food prices had gone so High through speculators actions that Quot both the health of american families and the fight against european hunger were endangered. Washington sen. Ralph e Flanders it was it. Up to Congress to Stop the upward. Man and , Secretary. The View was similar Over the to and of food j it not be 1 sub committees and legislator i. J a appointed to serve on them Are signs reclassification commit. At its initial meeting the powerful new Council named sen. Warren Knowles new Richmond chairman assemblyman Alfred Ludvigsen Hartland vice chair to the Louisville area. Expos form own society Tenn. Sprig Valley Edward Grassman rep. Edgerton and Edward Graf rep. Milwaukee. State budget which will on the Borders Are part of a the i or zing cat was Scarcity reports of Arab troop movements High food Price will make passage Kenning rep. Karate i fatty. To a reporter. Mond Peabody rep. Milltown and Robert Lynch dem. Green Bay. Taxation which will study All Memphis i ?� this was a popular and Friendly greeting As some 200 men from looked up. Flocks of sheep sections of the country Gath tired. Shepherd boys waved their Neres cred Here to set up a National staffs angrily. Occupants of Black i organization of former in toners bedouin tents and sprawling Viler War. Lages went stolidly about their i the plan for the National . Slow motion chores. A single div organization has been pushed by than automobile on a Side Road opt. Hap w. Goodall of Ana kicked up a Cloud of dust visible Costia naval station. Washington for 20 Miles. D. A who had his heels blown if while commanding a heavily armed motor launch in Pursuit of attacking japanese on Bataan. The Man in charge of arrange Mentse that is to see that All i the former prisoners get soft Beds and plenty of grub is la Bert c. Fuller of san Diego. Calif., now located at the naval air station Here. Fuller spent two years As a u. S. To ignore Chile dispute of More difficult a told a however a othe present support program known As the Seagal i amendment has nothing whatever to do with of state taxes with a View current High food costs. A a prices of practically All farm commodities that Are protected Are maintaining the far above the 90 per cent of recommend dial express reported that a Jap prisoner on Corregidor later four months old infant was found to adopting the most equitable Means of allocating the Cost of state services to and Washington Gap the far too to up a cent of recommend whether Wisconsin on the coast Road Between Haifa. United states probably will main it a to bad a a or of Quot a of m the pro a a cram two prop Hai Doren cars and Buu Ted Ain a hands 0,?� policy in the Quot there is widespread and or Oakfield Jess Miller rep. Rich dispute Between Chile and Yugo Roleous impression that the gov land cent Erand Clement zab Slavia Over Chile to expulsion of Emmentt to support program is at Locki dem. Milwaukee and As two yugoslav diplomats officials least part of Tho reason for today assemblyman Grover Broadfoot Tao yugoslav diplomats on Ciais to Arinel food balls this is not so. Rep. Mondovi Alfred Van do said a beef As an example does not Zande rep. Campbellsport Rou Tine official remarked that a fall come under the support program Dolph Ruiu frn it rep. Union Grove of our sympathies Are with ?� just the same As everyone knows and Alex Nicol rep. Sparta. I trip in ,4 the. In. But he 5aid Hedd not he of turn for a in c15s o agriculture which will Madras. India a i but a the in a Nulud states to take an official parity prices. Study farm problems soil conserve position in the Case. Thye is a member of the Senate a Lon and food standards Sens. At a Frontier customs shed. Find infant in jackal s Den this official pointed to the agriculture committee and a a blackened Coffee can we Tith a Strong kerosene odor was found near the foot of the stairs he added. Scientists Fly to Florida to 1bust-up1 Hurricane Schenectady n. ?" a i into precipitation and thus Dissia specially equipped b-17 bomber Pate the storm took off saturday for an unan the plane was piloted by capt. Bounced rendezvous with two oth c. M. Chamberlain of Asbury Parker planes in the secrecy shrouded n. A. Aboard were naval Lieut a Hurricane busting Experiment. Comdr. H. F. Rex of Wichita. Kans. The four motor plane left and a Crew of army and Navy men. Schenectady Airport shortly Aper the general electric co. Re details about beyond saying e caped to Lead 1.300 filipinos in Ain in a jackal to Den in the Jun steamed relations Between the u. Member of a special seven men guerrilla warfare. Gie near the West coast port of s and Yugoslavia and said that committee considering a Long Gen. Jonathan to Wainwright and Calicut. The report said the in a relations with Chile Are Rige farm program. He metro Cen. Edward p. King jr., who was in Jer medical Examina ?� deed the Resolution authorizing surrendered Bataan and Correri t villagers heard the infant to another official said he was not the study. Melvin Olson kept South Wayne Chester Dempsey rep Hart lanus and Earl lever Ich assemblymen Ora Rice Charles Ebert Selmer Gan of Wake Island and now commanding officer of the Memphis night club must naval air technical training �?39 # Center is presiding Over this first of Boll Tinq pot rofl reunion. Minneapolis. A it us a Paul the exp . S plan to make Flasher 1>0, Angeles held a it an annual affair. I. 4 the state to circuit municipal and Issue except to lend its unofficial High level Over the next several county Cwa sy5tem 5 gust support to Chile. Years. Gets jail sentence for football riot famous a Osnow maker of general that the plane had taken off. I. Electric co. Officials said it was a joint army the plane it was Learned will Navy venture in which the Eom take aboard a Load of dry ice to Pany was participating. A of seed the storm approaching the army and Navy scientists will Florida Mainland. Conduct the actual Experiment w Ith somewhere in route the plane Schaefer and other scientists act Wili meet another b-17 and a b ing As observers. 29 carrying observers. It was re caretaker quits Job after arson trial police arrest Caddy master in death of Detroit youth Detroit of a police invest Federal court award of $3,000 for personal injuries suffered in a night club Here. Fisher charged Victor Levin owner and Rudolph Paripovich bouncer with Knock him Down. He originally ligation into the death of 13-Yeor old Gene Paul Kennedy led to the arrest saturday of the Caddy master at a Detroit Golf club where of w0>000 Damar a. New weeks ago was sentenced saturday to six months in jail for a mutilating and defacing a store la Crosse. ?" Jpio Robert ported the other b-17 would leave Era re 1# a Harvey 22, who was arrested in from Middletown pa., while the sunday school faithful connection with a student riot b-29 already is in the South. To Puna Qia following a football game two scientists and observers aboard 10 mine in i pcs the three planes were expected to Elkhorn. Wis. A Cut a or. Make a Check on the storm at Robert Anderson superintendent Miami and then decide where to of St. John to lutheran Church window. Harvey admitted throw establish Headquarters for the sex school has a new idea for rewarding a Stone through a plate Glass pediment. Ing perfect sunday school attend display window. A 16-year-old Schaefer who made the first Ance. Youngsters maintaining a youth who also participated in the Quot Man made snowstorm by sed perfect record until Ort. I. 1948. No was fined $25 recently after ing Clouds with dry ice Over new will be Given an air plane ride he admitted setting off a tear Gas England last year hoped that the instead of the customary stickers bomb. Pellets would condense moisture or seals. The boy worked the Day he disappeared six weeks ago. Inspector George Branton said George Izak. 25. Was being held on a charge of investigation of murder. A search for Young Gene which told officers she saw the boy get into Izaks to car at an intersection the evening of aug. 23. William Brown professional at the Western Golf club where Gene had caddies reported at the time ave Buchen rep Sheboygan Tcharles Madsen rep Luck and Anthony Gawronski dem. Milwaukee assemblymen Milton Burmaster rep. Milwaukee Walter Fisher Vernon Thomson land cent Erand Arthur Mockrud . Veterans affairs which will study veterans to housing and other problems Sens. Bernhard Gettelman Everett la fond Rivers Assembly men Carl carte ten . Ted Jones 01 the youngsters to disappearance that he had driven him from the j. _. Club to the crossing where the Mills and Fred Frank boy planned to Board a bus to rep Appleton. Go Home. The intersection is about 12 Miles from the spot where the Milwaukee Roy Johnson of the Calvary presbyterian Church a key witness in the arson trial of or. John Nash Union ratifies Lewis resigned his Church jobs. A saturday. J new work contract Johnson testimony that he Kenosha. ?"wpl-a smelled a Peculiar odor Quot very workm4 contract with Nash Kel much like kerosene in the Cal Vin it tor Curp. A Ratlif de Satur l ?r? ,sh0rtji a or the Day by the membership of local 150 000 fire Jan. 25 was one of o. Representing the feature of the sensational 185 000 employ of the Nash motors Day trial. Lewis was found guilty i Niam june 27 of burning his Church a set Mil Plant Here. And started a one to five year sentence at Waupun state prison Juliana oath tuesday on sept. 30. The Hague a Queen we Detroit City limits. _ the caretaker and the 73-year Helmina will resume her Royal Branton reported. Izak had Given an autopsy performed on the and Conrad Shearer rep Keno of minister reportedly had sex functions after a six weeks to rest. Three conflicting accounts of his body yielded no clue As to the Sha assemblymen Ludvigsen Perien ced differences of opinion. Crown Princess Juliana will take activities the Day Gene disappear cause of death police reported. David dancer rep Waukesha according to testimony brought out the oath As Regent before Parlia de. He was arrested Tho officer j but investigators were having the and William Kaw Roc Al 1 during Tho trial. I Amit to Kodaj. A added. Mar a 50-Yeur-Oid Somoa Bonos Analysed. Waukee. Began after he vanished aug. 23 child to body was nosed out by a following a Day of cad dying ended a Hunting dog As it Lay face up in thursday with discovery of his the weeds. Body in the High grown rough j Branton said Izak dented any weeds near a Creek close to the implication in the boy to death but withheld a formal statement. Conservation Sens. Taylor Brown Robert Tehan assemblymen John Youngs rep Oconto and Alex Meunier Bay. Labor. Industry Small business and Commerce Sens. 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