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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 26, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 18, no. 25.racine, wis., sunday october 26, 1947. 8 rages at halloween the Witch is seen aloft Al flinching hour. Her Broom can zoom beyond the Moon it has the new Jet pourer. She lands All right she looks a fright and poses smugly pert. There s something queer with her this year by gosh that new Long skirt aloft again she pulls up when r a pumpkin head she spies. Is big and fat and what is that it flashes Neon eyes it starts to Rise into the sides. She wonders breath abated. The proper clues Are in the news it e in pumpkins Are inflated i rings stolen Leper/23, in Kenosha to marry Carville la �?"oj.r>�?"a pretty Young Secretary at the u. Marine Lep Rosarium Here said she was a othe happiest girl in the world Quot As she made plans to marry a handsome patient. 23, with an Active Case of leprosy. Doctors at the Lep Rosarium said they would not give official permission for the marriage because a Oit would set a bad but they said the couple would probably go to another state for the ceremony. Former Aimer aide. Officials said the girl was from Iowa and the Man from California. I but they would not disclose the names of the couple. They said the pair would probably go to new York to live since that is the Only state in the Union that does not require segregation of lepers. The healthy Young girl was said to be a former staff worker at the late Aimer Semple Mcpherson s Temple who took a secretarial Job Here recently to give spiritual Aid to Leper. I doctors said the girl told them she and her sweetheart fell in love and became engaged last july. The Lep Rosarium s medical director. Or. Frederick a. Johansen described the Young Many to Case As Active leprosy Quot but added he had had Quot some Quot negative tests recently. May be cured. A total of 12 negative tests Are required by the u. Public health service before a Lupro a patient can be discharged As cured. Johansen said the Case was a not a threat to adults but might be to he said the Young Man was responding Well to treatment and could be discharged a oin about two the Young Man told officials he planned to leave the Hospital without permission and marry the Secretary in another state. She has already handed in her resignation and will return to Iowa nos. 21. The couple to parents have consented to the marriage. Kenosha ?"gjp�?"thieves broke into the Heibert Block jewelry store during the night and stole two cases of Sample rings valued at $14,000. Police reported. Mrs. Victor Johnson who lives near the jewelry store informed police about 8 a. In. That a window at the rear of the store was open. Upon investigating authorities found the bars in the washroom window pried apart wide enough to permit a Small person to crawl through. Police said a two by four. Found nearby apparently had been used to spread the bars. Inside they discovered the ring cases missing. Lift Hunting ban As fires Wane i lord Lytton 71, Dies at Home ?"4sp a lord Lytton. 71, former Viceroy of India and i prominent British Diplomat died i saturday at his Home at knew Worth Hertfordshire. The second Earl of Lytton had been ill Only a Short time. I lord Lytton followed in his father to footsteps As Viceroy of India holding the Post for a few months i a 1925. He became Best know n internationally As the British Delegate to the league of nations. An Early opponent of japanese expansion. He headed the league commission which investigated the Manchuria situation and produced the Lytton report. He was noted also As a writer and Patron of the arts. Quit being a policeman Urania warns America Lake ?"up a soviet ukrainian foreign minister Dmitri Manuil sky warned the United states saturday if she persists a oin the role of a policeman other countries May decide to interfere in u. Affairs. Renewing the soviet bloc s All out attack Fri the United nations Assembly against what it Calls warmongering Quot Manuil sky declared that the United states a ois taking upon itself the role of a policeman which is preaching against the working people of the ?� a oif the United states continues this role a he said a Othen other countries May decide to interfere in the affairs of the United his attack the second within two Days against the United states came As the Assembly s 57-nation political committee neared the end of debate on a russian Resolution condemning a warmongering Quot which the russians charge is being carried on particularly in the u. S., Turkey and Greece. It came after Turkey unexpectedly scratched her name from the list of last round speakers. But turkish Delegate Selim Harpar reserves the right to answer late any charges that might come from the soviet bloc headed by Deputy foreign minister Andrei y. Vishinsky. Locker expensive new York cum a Herbert Fitch was fined $5 for cruelty to an animal after he was found guilty of checking a 6-week-old Fox terrier in a to cent subway locker. Plane sabotaged Ace fliers theory Indianapolis a \ p a col. I Roscoe Turner famous Speed flier i and aviation authority said the United air lines transport crash in Bryce Canyon Utah was Quot very Likely a Case of he said he was a certain Quot there could have been nothing a mechanically wrong Quot with the plane. A othere Are Many people in the world today who would like to see this country fall behind in the race for military and commercial air supremacy Quot Turner said. A of feel sure there Are Powers in the world who Are gloating Over this ?� Turner who is a member of the congressional advisory Council for aviation and vice chairman of the american legion s National aviation committee described the dc-6 As a of very Fine piece of forbid boys to Hunt after shooting spree Waupaca wish in b a seven Waupaca High school boys aged 15 and 16. Were deprived of their rifles until sept i 1948. Because they used stolen dynamite Sticks for target practice. County judge a. M. Scheller also ordered them to make restitution for damage caused to a tractor and to Soo line Railroad signal lights and put the youths on probation for one year to Waupaca chief of police Ralph Pond. Tile youths must pay the Soo line $240 for damage caused when they shot at signal lights and $157 for damage to the tractor which they were accused of stealing. Runyon fund to replace burned equipment new York ?"the Damon Runyon memorial fund for cancer research will help to replace research equipment of the Jackson memorial Laboratory that was destroyed in the bar Harbor Maine fire. According to fund officials. Among the Laboratory s losses were a Strain of mice which required 35 years to develop. The Laboratory was considered one of the most important experimental i clinics in Tbs country. I russians fail to Divide . By George Gallup director. American Institute of Public opinion Princeton. N. A. A a signs Point to the fact that Stalin. Molotov and Vishinsky Are making some colossal mistakes in judging the american Public mind today regarding Russia. A favorite soviet tactic has been to make it appear that opposition to Russia in this country is confined largely to a Owall Street ?� a reactionary capitalists Quot and wealthy groups in general. The fact is. However that the working population the Farmers the White Collar class and other a Little Fellows Are almost As critical toward Russia As the Well to do. And sometimes More critical. No Sharp cleavage of opinion along social or economic lines stands out where Russia is concerned there Are. To be sure some differences in attitude among group. But these differences Are comparatively Small. Want tougher policy. Institute surveys have in the past uncovered the rather ironic fact that the wealthier better educated groups in the american population have at timers taken a More Friendly attitude toward Russia than the groups of manual workers office workers and others w Hom marxists Are fond of calling the �? for example the Institute recently sounded opinion on whether the United states is being too soft or too Tough toward Russia people in All walks of life and in All states were questioned on that Issue. The vote showed that All major occupation groups think our policy is too soft and that the manual workers were somewhat More of this opinion than the professional. Business and White Collar groups. A a a another Survey of a Little More than a year ago found that among the manual worker group a higher percentage of voters thought Russia was out to try to he the ruling Power of the world than was the Case among the professional and business class. Although recently there has been a growing suspicion of Russia among the better educated voters an analysis of attitudes by groups still indicates that All classes in the population see essentially eve to Eye on the subject. No very significant distinction Between general opinion and the opinion of so called a capitalist reactionaries Quot can be made today. . Separate peace. The Institute recently polled on the question of whether the United states should make a separate peace with Germany and Japan if Russia refused to participate in a treaty satisfactory to the big five Powers. Here is the vote by occupation Levels separate peace. A Digap no prove prove Opin. Prof it bos. 6f% 25% 15% Farmers. 57 19 24 manual workers 56 23 21 a Lite Collar 52 31 17 stars to Send actress to Washington probe Hollywood a a group of actors announced that funds have been raised to Send actress Karen Morley to Washington where she will attempt to appear before the in american activities j committee and answer testimony Given by actor Robert Taylor. Taylor a featured witness at the hearing said miss Morley was a a disrupting influence Quot at meetings of the screen actors Guild. The handsome actor also testified that actor Howard a Silva always a seems to have something to say at the wrong time to at Guild meetings. On another Hollywood front the newly organized committee for the first amendment planned a double barrelled program to protest the congressional probe. The committee taking its name from the constitutional free speech guarantee said its first reprisal shot will be a coast to coast broadcast a Hollywood fights Back Over the american broadcasting company from 3 30 to 4 p. In. Today. Picture in Page 5. ?"fu.r a the emergency ban on All Hunting and trapping in Northern and Central Wisconsin Forest Protection districts was lifted saturday by the state conservation department because Rains have lessened the fire Hazard in the Woods. Starting immediately sportsmen again will be permitted to Hunt in the Forest Protection districts which cover about 13.000,000 acres of land. The ban was imposed oct. 22, when there was an a extreme it danger of More Forest fires in the dry Woods. Rains reduced i the Hazard and the situation be a Owell in hand Quot now. State con Pirec at a Cli a Al of Ner vation director e j. Vander air Tori a Lanvy Wail said. A Light Sprinkle of rain fell on a the a a Oei tothe Northern part of the state. The firebug hunted As nation counts heaviest rainfall was a Quarter of 8 and damage in new a no an Inch. Land alone of $27,000,000 in Forest emergency regulations Prohic fires from Atlantic Oast to Michi iting smoking in the Woods and outdoor fires will remain in effect it Vanderwall said. Only six new Forest fires were reported to the conservation de i i pertinent. A were Small and the i total area burned was Only four a month before Ber wedding Bride to be and Queen to be Flor a Beth rides in the Royal Roach to parliament to sit beside Ber father and View the traditional formality with which she herself someday will have to Deal. And a half acres thirteen old fires still were burning. Maine disaster area. At Washington president Truman declared the fire wracked state of Maine to be a disaster area and directed the Federal works area to take emergency Relief measures to Aid the state. A. Gen. Philip b. Fleming. Federal we works administrator said surplus blankets clothing Medicine. Housing and cots win be made available immediately to fire victims. Later food May by supplied where needed. Lumber and building materials fan. Flames still spreading in Maine add to toll of hundreds of farmhouses summer Homes and Village buildings destroyed. Maine with la dead and 7 communities devastated fires swing eastward in coastal county of Washington engulfing 15 farm Homes As they move toward Shore town of Machias. State arson division chief says Well grounded suspicions some fires set As police Hunt culprits. Authorities list 2.500 homeless equal number displaced nearly 1.000 Homes and summer cottages destroyed and loss exceeding $25,-000,000 new Hampshire fires reported generally controlled after approximately Iso summer cottages Homes farm buildings destroyed in Rochester Effingham Falls Freedom. Hampstead Lake Ossipee Region and required to reconstruct razed _ _. Towns also May be supplied later. Salem 3on 1j1 Houa ands of path Clear for Elizabeth to take British throne London As Long As there is a possibility princes Elizabeth May have a brother she is known As the heir presumptive and not a heir apparent. Under prevailing hereditary Laws. Elizabeth to claim goes unchallenged. But in the earlier Days of English history the monarchy was elective. Not even the changes after the Norman Conquest entirely eliminated this idea although actual Choice was restricted to descendants of William i. William la Henry i and Stephen for instance were All chosen when others had Superior claims. Eventually hereditary right superseded the elective system got its first constitutional recon a it its nit Ion w Hen Edward i w As proclaimed King. Although he was absent on a crusade when his father died. This accession. Incidentally. Also established for the first time the theory that the throne is never vacant. No enter of strife. Although the throne was seized on a number of occasions Between the reigns of Edward and Henry Vii. The hereditary principle was never entirely ignored and each Monarch attempted to prove that the Crown was his by right of inheritance. Fortunately for Elizabeth the throne today is not the Center of strife. For never has a Crown been More plentifully supplied with heirs than Britain is right now. There Are More than 120 direct descendants of Queen Victoria. Without resorting to the descendant of her uncles the Dukes of Cumberland and Cambridge. The line of succession goes into most of the Royal families of Europe. The system of descent is simple and logical King to children first Brothers taking precedence of Sisters. Then King to Brothers and Sisters the children of the elder brother having first rights. Then King George to sister s children. Then Queen Victoria to second Sony to descendants. Then her third Sony to descendants. Then the eldest sister to descendants that is where the Hohen Zollers come in and so on. Out of All these. Princess Elizabeth has prior claim. Jacobites revived. It is doubtful whether the a tentative views on the mar co bite cause might again become shall plan inside. A political aspiration of the de the unionists took station of James ii. Who Abdi Aorist the expressed wish of noted in 1688. Clo. Regional director Sam about the time King Edward Sponseller. And the menus Pur Vii came to the throne. English ported to show a Long list of sex jacobites were rather Active pensive food the avowed candidate sues labor Union under Taft Law Baltimore a the seeking redress under provisions of the Taft Hartley labor Law a Baltimore Man has sued a Union for $50 000 and alleged a Union member a fluted him in a picket line fracas. Federal court attaches said they believe it is the first such Case since Congress passed the Taft Hartley act Over president Truman to veto. Attorneys expressed the opinion a Union could rot be sued under such circumstances before the act became Law. Harry ii. Wilhelm. 64-year-old time clerk for Bethlehem steel co., filed the suit in Federal court against local 24 of the ? Industrial Union of Marine and shipbuilding workers of America. He alleged Charles Warfel 37-year-old member of the Union a maliciously and wantonly assaulted and beat him Quot sept. 15 at a Gate of Bethlehem to key Highway shipyard where i u m s a w. Has been on strike since june 26. Acres of Woodland in those communities and elsewhere. Mayor of Rochester estimates $1,000 too loss As flames halted Short of business District m his City. Vermont fire checked la uninhabited Granby Forest water shortage acute in Barre area. Massachusetts three dead 30,000 acres burned Over but fires generally checked after windless night Georgetown Groveland fire adds three to list of scattered Homes and cottages destroyed throughout state but controlled after burning 1,000 acres. One jailed for setting Quot on a dare to fire which endangered tuberculosis Hospital. Archbishop Cushing urges Church goers to Pray today for rain. Connecticut one dead fires controlled Rhode Island fires extinguished. New York thousands of acres Laid waste in 438 fires in fortnight and situation workers to help residents from the continues menacing As Only Light area. Weekend showers in Prospect the Blaze blocked route 3, the More volunteers called for fire principal artery connecting i fighting As 93 new blazes reported. Desert Island of which bar har Ulster county resort of Walker Bor is the principal Community Valley threatened and 2,.no-acre and the Mainland. For in Westchester new York City the fire was reported about two watershed area. Miles North of the Center of bar Harbor. A wind shift had eased a threat to Northeast Harbor. The supplies will come from stocks of the War assets administration. Fleming disclosed that representatives both of fwd and a a already Are on the scene. J Rushing first Ami. Fleming said he had anticipated the president to action and that first emergency supplies of blankets and clothing already Are in disaster areas ready for Dis Tribu a lion. Other supplies Are being rushed to the fire ravaged areas from War assets warehouses. Or. Truman took the action after a conference with Fleming that lasted More than an hour. Evacuate 58 families in bar Harbor area bar Harbor Maine a sixty families were evacuated hurriedly saturday from the Ireton Hill and Salisbury Cove sections of bar Harbor As a Forest fire which ruined much of the residential Section of the famed summer resort moved Back toward the town. An emergency Call was sounded for trucks ambulances and Rescue vase is Truman gift to Princess Elizabeth ?"<u.b�?"princss Eliza Beth received her wedding gift from president and mrs. Truman saturday. Pickets stalk club As senator Taft dines Cleveland a 4�??"si pick cts distributed mimeographed menus of Fine foods outside the City club saturday while senator Robert a. Taft rep. Ohio pre Thev published a list of All those Perrons who could claim the throne but for the act of succession. That document made for the Republican presidential nomination consumed on his recent Western tour. At the top of the handbills were out that Rome 508 persons might he words Quot eat less to Taft the pickets said they were members of the electrical workers. Sponseller. A member of the City club to entertainment com nut Montenegro and to tee which invited Taft to speak list also included Here previously termed the picketing a dastardly Quot and an a abridgement of free record languages London up a radio Moscow reported that Russia had started mass production of phonograph recordings to teach foreign languages j to a too claim a better right to the throne than Queen Victoria to son including the then infant Prince Carol of Romania and All the ruling princes of Europe except those of Albania Naco. The Patrick Hennessey the Brandy King. Chief of those claimants was the German Prince who traced his descent from Charles in Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria. The first world War rather dampened the jacobites to Ardour for this claimant and for a time it seemed that the jacobites would go out of business. But when the War ended the jacobites revived the Marshall plan will be discussed this did not mean that the most Between government officials and to to pig 3� cat l 90 or Mort leaders of business. White House coils Relief Pion Parley Washington us a John r Stedman assistant to president Truman has called a private White House conference monday at which new Jersey thousands of acres charred in Northern new Jersey Woodlands As boy scouts augment fire fighters. Pennsylvania As fire watchers keep 24-hour Lookout state police begin full scale probe of incendiary blazes among 60 Forest fires now burning in state. With 10.000 acres ravaged from the White House to Buck in last three weeks Forest Man Ingham Palace came a pure Crystal gement chief terms menace of vase of Steuben Glass with a fire in parched Woodlands a othe merry go round at a country fair worst Ever Quot in the Centrepiece of its Fine Michigan a eth via a shaped Lite a thru do cask. Its engraving was designed by Stephen Waugh american fireman Dies. 18 Hurt sculptor. _ a in Texas train crash rubies for wedding. Jefferson. ?"iu.w�?"the burmese government to wedding a reman r f a abound Texas it present to Princess Elizabeth will Pacific pinger train was killed be a necklace a Omade from the Fin and 18 persons were injured none est rubies obtainable from the Ruby i of them critically. Saturday when mines at Kogok Quot in upper Burma the engine and four cars of the Thamnu burmese Premier an train derailed a half mile East of flounced. 1 the Jefferson station. State spurns architect s plea for pretty Bridges near Home Madison a up a architect i he designed. They Are Flat or Quot deck Frank Lloyd Wright has lost hts fight to have the state build near his Home at Spring Green two Bridges he designed instead of the Standard Type Bridge he thinks is an acting gov. Oscar Rennebohm signed the contract for the Standard Type Bridge approved by the state Highway commission to be built Over the Wisconsin River near Spring Green. The Bridge a conventional steel Type with trusses above the Roadway will carry traffic on Highway 14 Wright who called Wisconsin to Bridges an Quot outrage to the wanted the state to build Type Quot Bridges with no superstructure. He claimed they were More Quot restful Quot looking and blended with the landscape. The famous architect called a meeting in Spring Green to Days ago to protest against the Highway commission s Bridge. The protests failed to Budge Sauk and Iowa county Highway commissioners who today urged Rennebohm to sign the contract for the conventional Type Bridge. The Highway commission said construction on the $1,000,000 Bridge project would Start in 20 or 30 Days. The contract for it Baa been awarded to the two Concrete a Butterfly Quot Bridges contracting co., Minneapolis

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