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19 Oct 1947

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19 Oct 1947

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 19, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday ss1 bulletin russians hit Back Lake Success n. ?" a Russia attacked former Secretary of state James f. Byrnes in the United nations general Assembly saturday for advocating the forceful ejection of russian troops from Germany if necessary and the production of a bigger and better atomic bombs by the United states. The attack unleashed by foreign minister Dmitri Man Zilski of the Ukraine was the first soviet reaction to Byrnest recipe for breaking the East West stalemate Over the German peace treaty. Thunders denunciation. Manu Ilski delivered an Allut denunciation of uniter1 states foreign policy and told delegates of the 57 United nations that Russia had taken note of the proposals made in Byrnes newly published Mem Rois a speaking ?� he quoted Byrnes As hav ing proposed a separate peace with Germany by the Western Powers to be followed by a request that Russia pull its forces out of Eastern Germany and the removal of those troops a Oby Force to to if the soviets refused. A also a Manu Ilski thundered a Ohe says that All United states efforts should be made to make More and 1 better atomic ?� these Are not the words of some irresponsible journalist or radio commentator they Are the words of a responsible Man who not Long ago was in charge of the foreign policy of the United states. Quot and he did not speak them on the Island of Bermuda or the azores. He spoke them in the United states on the very Doorstep of this ?� angrily Manu Ilski turned to american Delegate John Foster Dulles whom Russia has denounced As a leading american warmonger and Shook a yellow Pencil at him. A Oil Tell come to you later a he remarked. Manuals Kos springboard was the political and Security committee s debate of the american plan for a of Little . Assembly a but he ranged Over the entirety of american foreign policy jumping from Korea to Germany and the mar Steall plan to colonial questions and to almost All of Secretary of state George c. Marshalls program in the current session of the general Assembly. No vote to plan. Hie committee did not vote on the substance of the plan but it see that nearly new car you re waiting for sorry the auction is Only or dealers Europe near collapse Mission warns ?"-<u.e>�?"nine members of a congressional Quot committee returned saturday from a tour of Europe and said they were convinced immediate United states Aid must be provided a Oto prevent a Complete downfall of ?� the House group a joint armed services appropriations committee said in a statement the members saw a of sick and saddened world on their 18,000-mile five week tour. The statement did not say specifically that a special session of Congress would be i necessary to provide Aid for Europe. But it said immediate action on the Long Range Marshall plan to provide euro Here to what All the care id top photo were waiting in line for. Seller renter foreground in leather jacket i thinks Over offers for an almost new ear at the Montpelier. Ohio. Auction. Democrats in comeback 5-Point Survey reveals Anto must Joyneer Ralph Drake raps out a of sold with a rubber Hose instead of a Gavel a another used cars tit 1917 Chance hands from one dealer to another in Ohio. Going gone that s answer Camps As a prisoner of the nazis told a news conference that germans in the Allied zones face a a of terrific need of food this Winter a Rivi Mir Schumacher who is in the rehabilitation was United Statts under ipon90r9hip of the american federation of to talk with lenders. A Bor. Said he did not believe the rep Dewey Short r. To. British and american Chapman of the joint committee. Forces were making the most of , that member would Thror oppor Luille to it Mth cont with top admin ,, of communism narration official and in turn Lorie leaders to determine a whether a special session of Congress is ?� a members of the committee Are convinced that the Marshall pm pheasants scout Hunters in Freeport sport shop Freeport Iii Pic Bob Petters maintains that the pheasants Are scouting the Hunters this season Petters owner of a sporting goods store which carries a line of guns and Bird shot told friends that shortly after he opened the store and while he was in the Back of the establishment in ring neck pheasant cock walked in. While he stared. Petters said the pheasant strolled leisurely about the store eyed the sporting equipment then walked out and flew away. A communism must be fought on the social and economic ?� he declared. A othe dismantling of 30 additional factories will hinder. Starving India faces worst Era in history by Bert Brandt Calcutta. India a Nea India la drawing very close to a it Ket. The average worker makes about 915 a month. He cannot pay such prices. Ini or a similar plan to lie not help Cut in no economically. Z or Rajendra Prasad. Food y g.1 a ame fear that Germany might famine that May prove one of the minister says that october and by Richard Al Chi Ner Montpelier. Ohio. A it Nea a so. Your name to been on a waiting list for a new car for a year has it and you want to know what to taking them so Long to de files european nations must be considered without ?� the statement said. Quot since communism a a #. Thrives on chaos hardship and Dis effects of the last War order the committee believes that in order to prevent a Complete downfall of Europe United states Aid must be forthcoming at the earliest possible ?� Short said the committee am Motily approved the statement declaring the touring representatives in favor of immediate assistance to starving Europe. Quot some nations already have taken leads along the lines of helping ?� the statement seek another War should be Dis worst in Ber history. Only by out pelted by a careful look at the and can or ppm avid such Aid must come soon if it is weather foils Didy flight Bostons. Plane flew far out to sea saturday to be effective. Already reports of deaths from starvation Are beginning to come in from the Northern Border state of Assam from Sera gang and East Bengal and even from the Chittagong Aren 200 Miles from Here which is a major Center of a coast guard India to Rice production. November Art the critical months by the first of november Many turn to Page 2. Cat 5. Death takes 7 in one crash on by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion. Princeton n. ?"on Ort. 16. 1946, one year ago this week. Democratic party strength was reported by the Institute at the Low lined up for Montpelier to weekly once est Point in 16 years. Three weeks later on nov. 5, that analysis a of used car auction. There Are help Seif Pleat advise. Montrose Mick. A it up a the White death of starvation Sev a persons including four u _ will be no less ghastly than the i _ diaper to Brin bloody rom Muma riots. Members of a Flushing. She. A Didies to the Cutter Bibb for the Grain Gane. Family who were in route to e babies among the survivors of the howrah an Industrial District funeral were killed saturday in along to Montpelier and maybe determination to fight its own wrecked trans Atlantic plane Ber just across the Ganges from Cal a two car collision at a Highway you Tell find a partial answer. Battle. Italy has evidenced its de Muda sky Queen but bad weather Cuha with a population of 1,200.-t intersection three Miles wait of see that Parade of errs they tre sire to go to work for recovery at conditions spoiled the Mission. Too. Has exhausted local Grain sup Hera the plane reported it flew Over plies and now depends upon in. The Bibb making radio Contact adequate supplies brought in. In four oth up sons tw0 a a a liver it do you Well come said. A England is show ing a greater reversals of political sentiment in recent history. The democrats Are proved accurate when the democrats lost control of both houses of More than 150 of them in that a France in spite of tremendous but flight condition were a ceiling late september a thousand Hun a Okiren of the Flushing family. Congress in the congressional elections. Lire notice How shiny most of handicaps is making a valiant Zero visibility Zero and the plane Fry persons marched through the were injured. The situation today a year later show to one of the most dramatic them Are for a of used cars. Struggle to get Back on its feet had to return to Shore. Streets shouting. A howrah is in author, listed the dead a and there Are dozens of similar in Germany Many factors in returning with it was the pack the grip of famine give us Rice George Keller. 43, Flushing his auctions in other cities through eluding the Lack of russian co age of four dozen a Didies a the or we shall die wife Wilma. 40, and daughters out the nation a automotive age operation and absence of local gift of a diaper service company. The poor of India have a pre no and 4 Bernard r. Nicolai lists them for one week. At places German leadership continue to the coast guards had planned to carious hold on life at Best they Robert Van peer and Maurice Pas w idely scattered As Albany hamper efforts toward Progress j drop the package aboard the ship live from meal to meal even a Connell All of Detroit. X. A. And Oklahoma City phils the committee said it told num it the weather cleared enough for Brief break in the Supply of their Jao Jtj it a Vns Donald the Capon _ can a food them Ghoul Nan. In fair donation Iran resources Are not Inex Nauru the Bibb meanwhile ploughed any Reserve. Stassen Calm on state vote a a a enjoying a comeback of phenomenal proportions. Truman soars. Or. Truman s popularity is a Way up a compared to last uric Delphi and ?t Aber. Independent voters who we Tere All Legal sales. Ail no. 1 09t k. A to re at european nations through heavy seas towards bos India has had two successive Ort renters a in in r pc 25?. 1 a want american a d must first ton Ullh the 69 ,Ong re a Cut a year of bad crops. Thia was Fol to r a a or us Ops to. Help hot is pm from the downed Ocean ayin boat. Lowed by Ais month of devas constitute a sidetrack on the Tram my re of the committee were a 1___ji. It , route to a injuries. The others injured Oshkosh ?"ut e. Stassen Only avowed candidate slapped Down Stormy soviet of for the Republican presidential in the ability of the democrats to y .tlli4 to a Quot i ii a bumpers or Ute co nominee were warm Welcome w position and voted 38 to 0 to have nomination told a new Confer hand issues thai face he Conn i det a test Quot a Estt Izolt a sols for the heroic subcommittee whip the idea into i ence he s tee in Seneca he Uvias a lev we it Quot _ c. By la. R. Marne. In. A shh her to a final plan for keeping a full committee in the Assembly in about the Wisconsin in Nix. Democratic party a year after its ,. T o year round session. The soviet Springs preferential presidential disastrous setback at the polls is Calt it i40�?me Dave frown f. Fogarty cd. R. I. Leroy John states refused to take part in the primary election. Vote and four others abstained. Stassen said he was looking for ally. Most of the nations which voted Ward to the Wisconsin Campaign five different aspects of the the Highway Junction. The hides bounced 123 feet spilling for the subcommittee have agreed As an Opportunity to discuss issues political situation must be taken on you 0>dered in appraising the said the relies were pm w funeral when thew car warm Welcome was being hoods in the Chittagong coi1d we Detroit Auto 1 de for the heroic Crew of Rea which wiped out much of a i the Bibb and her rescued a this year to vital crop. At Mont lands Dale g. Sasscer d., a mrs when thee reach Boston the resulting shortage is com Wpm Klier. Just Over the Michigan line Gordon Canfield. Id. N j John today. Placated by the politick situation the victim on the Highway. A. _ go it % go or a i to Bibb reported she was in great masses of people have been again the dominant party nation-1car� a and in it .i,1 chef k countering unfavourable winds but moving from place to place. Some models most of t hem �?t947�??"line t r. 111. And Leon h Gavin <r., Hope a t0 make the Harbor Farmers who might have the tree shaded streets. Maybe a. At noon. Been growing food. The general the tour took in Germany. Avis 91 noon 1 already to a a Little Assembly a but with the people of the state. Re into account in appraising most of them envisaged a weaker minded that the Wisconsin Pri Basic strength of the opposing More limited Organ than that first Mary four years ago knocked parties. On each aspect the trend proposed by Secretary of state Wendell Willkie out of the race of Public sentiment today is Dis George c. Marshall. The weaken for the nomination. Stassen said i Tinct by favourable to the democrats ing and restricting of the mar he had no qualms about the vote Here is what Institute surveys shall proposal we tas to be done in and added show to on these five aspects the subcommittee while the to a Oit is an important election but party Index Lotical committee moves on to rus Only one part of an important _ a in a Ala s Campaign for . Measures Campaign a of Manv it a tears the Institute has in raps to halt alleged warmongering he referred to the Midwest As ept a run in Index of party f thir chiefly by the United states. The a Home founds of his Cam strength in terms of a presidential Hose he favors instead of the tra pain. I asked to comment on two other. _ � gather round. Boys. At noon. Actin mayor John amp Hynes displacement has made it difficult before you Start bidding. Ina. Italy. So Itie Rund England. W in add or Atlon of Eity o. To distribute Short supplies prop � m la a a Iha a a a in i Stos i la fire i i i i k a i a Nohna Iran _ l tidal Down the Harbor in police it and the gov Enmen Hue and fire boats to Welcome the res been so Busy with problems Aris a Ruers and rescued. Ireland. Turkey. Greece Iran Egypt and saudi Arabia Long dream ends for attorney you should know the audion is for dealers Only. It to held in a Long garage like building that tuns through the Block. The car wok to gators sail Roll Down the Center one at a time. The bidders line one Wall. Every monday at noon aug Home to report Southampton. England a it pm chairman Taber a. N. Y i. Of Detroit a a Uno s a. Heggblom. A prominent Detroit attorney Tore up a four year Oil Honker Ralph Drake mounts a lit House appropriations com no of Muttee and three other members r shh a Bee. Dirksen a. In. Wiggles Worth r. Mass and Cannon a. A length couple of King of hoboes critically sick defies legion to oust him Omaha qui a a Arret election asking what party people Dit ional Gavel and Calls out in a ii no Lar saturday. Styled would favor if they were voting hoarse but penetrating voice. Have been in try vols Rem it lined to a nth Cal persons who have been mentioned for the nomination Stassen said Only that Joseph Marain r. Mass a has done a splendid Job As speak batterer of the House a and that general of Nebraska Iowa Reury for the army Dwight Eisen the communist party said he will Power it Ltd great american and Al it attempts of Omaha Poat ?� i american legion to oust him Stassen reaffirmed he would from membership. Not be a candidate for vice presi the Post notified Batterson by Dent. The former Minnesota gov registered letter earlier in the we Teek error was Here to address the to appear before its executive mid year conference of the wis committee oct. 21 to show cause Consin Junior chamber of com we thy he should not be expelled Merce. From membership of the Post and. Legion. A of shall uphold the Constitution and bylaws of the american legion department of Nebraska and Omaha Post no. I a Batterson said. A of intend to fight for the democratic right of All veterans to be Hurricane turns toward open sea Miami ?" up a a full grown Long to the american legion re Hurricane with winds of 95 to too Gar less of religion race or to Miles an hour began to curve Lotical affiliation. North we Westward in the Atlantic a of consider fighting this Case of. Great importance to expose the saturday toward up Nwa or a Ost falsehoods being spread about the a Bahamas. Communist party of the United chief forecaster Grady Norton states. The storm offered a Ono threat Patterson said he would attend to Florida or to the Gulf coast at the hearing set by the Post sex this time and added that a Oit la be ecu Tive committee. Several Days before we know a or n j where it is going but there is cer air traffic resumed mainly no danger now. A paint a Fri Palm Norton said hurricanes had a Tow Vadi l 5 habit of a twisting and turning new York a the first i which could alter their course at american overseas airline plane to any time but present indications Fly since the line pilots struck 19 were that the Atlantic storm ago took off rom Laguardia would continue its northwestward Field for Frankfurt Germany at move. For president. This Index has proved highly accurate As a measure of voting intentions. The trend follow to a Olf a presidential election were being held today which party would Yon vote for the democratic or Republican a major party vote. % dem 1944 election. 54ft oct. 194647 today. 56, _ t _ r. M nearly a month accumulating his partner. A Woodruff Barf ground data for use in con islands below the . A car consideration of funds Rolls in from the rear. To carry out the Marshall plan. A heres a 4. Buick headmaster be state department a voice of Sedan boys it Woodruff sings out american radio broadcasts and Over the Loudspeaker. A oils got a turn to Page 2. Col. I occupation costs. % rep. 46<c 33 44 execute Jap Admiral who beheaded natives Ponti an a Borneo Ester n. A. After addressing labor meeting and was rushed to di8m mantling an error i Bis Home by plane says German Leader Davis was expected to enter Chicago � a Ltd a or Kurt Hospital for treatment of a spinal Schumacher chairman of the so injury suffered last year in Loup ing out of partition of the country and migrations of refugees _ that it a not been Able to act application for his daughter Tad vigorously about the food prob Mission to a Missouri girls to school. He filled it out when Lovely. Black markets thrive. Blonde Helen Constance Hegg under these conditions vast his 21-year-old daughter. Cincinnati a hive the self ,1&Quot r cd a a Quot. To Quot i so cx>17 in uak Naa it Mitt have slipped but from control of 2.nooi in i�4.r King of the hoboes. Jeff ratio neg program and her ambition at that time wee gotten into the hands of profiteers to enter Stephens College at co and Black marketeers. Lumbia mo., to study for a career first class Rice which before an Aerial photographer. War could be bought in Cal but an increasing pain that the 65-year-old Cutta at under maund should have warned the Young know president of hoboes of 82 sounds now brings a Little Beauty made her delay her de Amanca. Inc collapsed Troch mgr9 than $40 on la Black mar. Parture from Day to Day until physicians broke the nears that she suffered from a fatal stomach disorder. Through 30 months of gradually Europe or a Tum a Home Here As the result of injuries received a year ago in Kentucky. Deepening Shadow and 161 blood balance of Power Cia democratic party in Westem i pm a Germany said that a recently an japanese vice Admiral Kanada noun red Allied plan to dismantle Michiaki was executed saturday 30 Industrial plants in the u. S. By a dutch firing squad. He was and British zones was a of step to . By. Which has had recurring effects. He said he received the balance of political Power convicted of ordering the Decani defeat the Marshall plan. Admiral Stone to Lead Navy Day ceremonies Madison. ??" if he rear transfusions. Attorney Heggblom Admiral Earl e. Stone. Washing carried the College application in ton. Former commander of the his briefcase. Word of his Faith in the injury when three men beat uss Wisconsin and now director the future seeped through Detroit him. Of naval communications will Lead courts and Legal circles. The hoboes of America Organ the Madison area in paying tribute blonde Helen died saturday at led in 1906 by the Tail Bald to its Navy dead in a ceremony Henry Ford Hospital and actor in this country is held by the so tation in 1944 of 1.500 West Borneo the gaunt one armed German a emperor of the be sure class oct. 26. Admiral Stone is a native Rey Heggblom abandoned at last called Independent voters who native for alleged plotting against political Leader who spent More now boasts More than 1.000.000 of Milwaukee and former univer a father to futile four year Oil turn to Page 4. Col. 5. Japanese Rule. Than to years in concentration. Members. Sity of Wisconsin student. Dream. 10 37 a. In. Saturday with 7,827 pounds of mail and cargo but no passengers. Norton said the storm was 800 Miles from Miami and a should it a a beeline path for the a r Winter resort City it would not reach Here before sometime monday. From London today the airline said. Meanwhile Union and company representatives met with members of the National mediation Board i snows Money in an attempt to Settle the dispute. New York. A 0im a it costs the airlines pilots association new York City taxpayers $8,987.27 Al emphasized that they had to remove an Inch of Snow from suspended rather than called off the City streets. Sanitation com the strike pending negotiations. Missioner William j. Powell re officials of the airline said it ported. Last Winter a total of had solid bookings for All flights from London to new York with 1000 Pwu i awaiting Pew be. 33.2 inches of Snow fell in the City and it c06t $2,887,977.35 to haul it a Little people suffer in Greece driven from their Homes by fighting Between guerrilla and government forces these greek a gees make their Way mar in fled in Tafai terrain As they Cross the Border into Bulgaria at Rhodope pass. They carry their household poem amp Imen their bib and a mfr Dolny heft King Paul of Greece right inspects greek army troops at Yannina. Near the albanian Frontier to Flat Tang a army Saeta Ilarione la the Field. In the Bech ground la the albanian Mountain Range from which guerrilla Bande re pasted or descend to fight government forces vol. 18, no. 24.racine, wis., sunday october 19, 1947. T Pacis y

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