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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 7, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal times mar r i Iii it Ilii in Ahti Jim vol 18, no. 18.racine, wis., sunday september 7,1947. 8 pages few expect wages to Rise with prices by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion Princeton n. the weight of Public opinion leaning toward the belief that prices in general Are going to Rise in the next half year seven out of to americans see no Relief in sight in the form of similar advances in general wage rates. If the situation the Public now foresees actually comes to pass Consumers will face a tighter squeeze on their incomes than they Are now experiencing. 44 stand Pat. In its coast to coast Survey of typical american families the Institute asked a do you think wage rates in general will be higher lower or about the same a year from now a lower27% same.44 higher .18 no breakdowns by occupations show Only slight divergences from the National pattern. Members of labor unions Are a Little More optimistic to the extent that fewer of them than the general Public think that wage reductions Are in the offing. The wage earners May be too pessimistic in foreseeing a reduction in real wages beset As they Arn at the moment by skyrocketing prices. Economic trends show prices break before wages. This is probably truer today than Ever before because so Many wages Are set under labor management contracts. Further analysis reveals however that the Public a ideas about the relation Between prices and wages agree with the general economic theory on the subject. This is shown in the following table expect expect expect higher lower no prices prices change think wages we i go higher 34% a 9% go lower 28 44 24 Bruins same. 37 44 57 no opinion. 9 8 to there is a progressive pattern in the percentage of people who think wages in general Are due to go up according to the size of their Community farm popu under 10,000 Over lotion 10.000 100,000 100,000 higher ish 1�% 18% 21% same 41 44 41 40 lower 33 27 28 24 no of. 13 la 12 0 More people in the Northeast foresee wages moving upward than in any other Section of the country and fewest believe so in the South. When it comes to the immediate future of Dollar wages in the Industry or business for which he works the average american sees things in a somewhat Rosier Hue. Institute interviewers asked do you think wage rates for the business you re your husband is in will be higher lower or about the same a year from now lower15% same of higher.15 no Opin Ionio when the question is posed on this personal level the labor Union member is inclined to be More optimistic than non Union men and women possibly because he has Confidence in the ability of his Union to maintain current wage rates. In any event this is the Way Union members line up on the future of wage rates in their business lower .10% same.65 higher .19 no opinion6 while Consumers trying to make ends meet May be hard put to believe it wages and incomes Are still staying ahead of prices according to government figures. Bureau of labor statistics show that the weekly average wage in manufacturing industries in june 1947, was 105 per cent above the weekly average for the year 1939. Living costs based on the Bureau of labor statistics Price Index increased 59.3 per cent from 1939 to june of this year. Launch drive on alien reds new or a the department of Justice has launched a drive to Deport All alien communists including Many prominent in Union circles the new Yore world Telegram said. The newspaper said the departments a Crew sweeping policy would Start monday with deportation proceedings Here against John Santo National organizer of the j was not injured. Transport workers Union which j president Rad currently threatens a citywide need singly trying seconds when his bus strike. A Phaeton slithered Over the the newspaper said that the cur at he a of a soggy Road Truman car skids Rio de Janeiro. Our a president Truman had a dangerously close Call saturday when his automobile skidded partly off a Steep Muddy Mountain Road. He a few sex newspaper Campaign would be pursued so he was on a sightseeing drive with ambassador William d. Paw strongly that even would Moa Maor i Tiara v raw not be exempt in the government. A and Admire d. Leahy before exempt drive to Clear communists. Government out non citizen be Happy although married try try again expert does san Francisco u r a or. H. Edward Morrison 55 year old author of a How to be Happy though married is looking Forward to his fourth wedding after a court severs the tie that binds him to his third wife. Morrison runs a Domestic relations clinic Here. He told judge George Schon Feld at a divorce hearing that his fear rail strike May continue marriage to his wife. Mary also 55, was anything but Happy. One of the things they agree on was the right advice to give couples who came to them with Domestic difficulties he said. He also charged that she walked at working in the clinic. A Why she even take a letter without an argument a he said. Mrs. Morrison charged in a counter suit that her husband had Gary father put in jail Gary or a a 52-year-old father whose two children Are pupils at Emerson school where students Are striking against admission of negroes was arrested saturday under a new state Law against Quot racketeering in Joe Eddy who lives in the Emerson neighbourhood was arrested by Lake county authorities in Crown Point and was held in lieu of $10,000 Bond. The complaint against him was signed by school authorities in Gary. Eddy was taken to Headquarters last tuesday after he had addressed a mass meeting of students but he later was released without a charge being brought against him. Sammons parents. Meanwhile juvenile judge Charles Gannon said he had ordered the parents of five of the _ Cir evening gowns Diamond tiaras and court monday morning. A Ballet company from the Munici going to lunch at the Mountaintop estate of Ernesto g. Pontes a leading brazilian banker. Climbing gave Soquena the Mountain where the luncheon was to be held the presidential party encountered virtually impassable Road conditions. Goos Over Wall. The open presidential car was forced to a virtual halt when its motorcycle escort encountered a particular Slick spot. When the presidents Driver attempted to Speed up again the car jolted Over a six Inch retaining Wall. Secret service men and brazilian police had to heave several minutes before they could get the car Back on the Road. Or. Truman remained in his seat laughingly urging other members of the party to push harder. President Truman emerged at five minutes after Midnight saturday from a Panorama As sumptuous As anything Ever dreamed up in Hollywood Replete with Orchid Laden tables a Candle lighted swimming Pool and Ballet dancers. The occasion was a great state dinner at Itamar aty Palace Given by president and mrs. Eurico Caspar Dutra for or. And mrs. Truman. Champagne pheasant Low Cut news blackout veils Landing Dren in Gannon would not reveal the purpose of his action nor did he name the students. Civic Church and labor groups were marshalling forces in an Effort to end the student strike and several Church leaders said the matter would be brought before congregations in the City tomorrow. Students at the school for three Days have refused to return to classes until 38 negro pupils were sent Back to Gary a Only All negro school Hamburg authorities clamped Down rigid Security and press restrictions As three British transports bearing 4,300 refugee jews dropped Anchor off Cuxhaven Harbor. The authorities announced the Landing operation would be carried out in Complete secrecy and newsmen will be barred from the docks until two hours after the Landing operation is carried out. British troops armed with truncheons stood by to carry out the debarkation forcibly while firehouses and tear Gas grenades were held in readiness if additional a a persuasion became necessary to remove the jews from the transports. F Navy turns Back press. The Iron curtain on press coverage of the debarkation was clamped Down after a highly secret conference at British military government Carol Magda Tober ewed Rio de a mme. Headquarters at which High Ernest or Daianu said that for-1 military and civil government Mer King Carol of Romania and a a a a meeting they ordered the Royal his Long time companion mme. J Navy at Cuxhaven not to permit Magda Lupescu plan to marry i five american and British Cor finish school advice to youth Madison. up a if you Are wavering Between a diploma of a degree and a Well paying Job finish your education. That a the advice Given youth by Harry Lippart. Director of the Wisconsin state employment service. A a done to Trade an Opportunity for pal opera Weie ail there for or. Truman a first venture into the High society of the brazilian capital. May visit islands. Exchanging toasts with Dutra without lifting his Glass or. Truman invited the brazilian president and his wife to visit Washington. But he shrugged his shoulders and regretted that the United states could not match the treatment he had received Here. Or. Truman a visit to Brazil will come to a Climax today when the presidents observe brazilian National Independence Day at a gala Parade. Or. Truman will depart for Home then aboard the battleship people realize. I Quot five years ii the wets dont priest. Missouri. The return trip now on thousands of separate fronts get smart Aid Correct current was expected unofficially to be throughout the country the Drys abuses says Dee in Pickett of the made without a atop. A definite Are batting the wet. On the is decision had not been made. A a it prohibition and in the a Jonty of cases the Drys Are winning. In 20.000 local option elec prodigies must practice Quot a Scesco Burro Rome a 8 year Ola boy conductor May be a Prodigy but that does no to Cut any ice with his parents. They still make him practice his piano lessons regularly every Day. Anybody else Wanna be a Prodigy one i Fuis Tsy As prohibitionists gain by Ham bar ref i National prohibition. Predictions the United states is doing up of How soon this can be a comp again. Must faster than most j listed vary from five to 20 years. Sided Over by a greek orthodox five years if the wets done to soon. Mme. Urd Ariauna a husband has been carols Chamberlain for years. She said the marriage will take place in carols hotel apartment Quot probably this mme. Lupescu. For whom Carol abandoned his throne sought to legalize her 23-year-old association with him in a Quot death bed ceremony in the luxurious hotel suite on july 3. She was near death from anaemia when she designated Carol her husband under terms of brazils a in sex be miss marriage Law. She has recovered from her illness and attorneys for the former Monarch have cleared up Legal obstacles barring Way to completion of a civil marriage ceremony. Under the a in extremist Law a dying person May cite another As a Legal husband for the purpose of transferring Legal rights of the dying person recovers and both still wish to marry a Normal civil ceremony must be performed. Mme. Or Daianu said the civil rites will be supplemented with a religious ceremony to be pre possibility was seen that the Missouri would put in at san Juan. P. R., and the Virgin islands. Called her Nasty names and beaten training or an education which her with a Broom. Morrison countered he Hadnot either beaten her a a Only swished her out of the Way and anyway it was a new Broom very soft and Morrison charged that his latest urday that a Railroad strike which marriage had ruined his health and j pm a has slashed production at four wrecked his business. But he still pittsburgh.�?0jj� a a u. S. Steel corp. Official warned sat major Mills of the company a May not end quickly and that resulting unemployment was spreading to steel consuming industries. With 15,000 steel workers in the affected plants already Idle president c. Cox of u. S. Steels operating subsidiary came Gie Uli Nois declared employees of customer companies a likewise must suffer through no fault of their the four Mills served by the struck Union Railroad s u. S. Steel subsidiary were shutting Down rapidly and continuation of the walkout was expected to swell the number of Idle u. S. Steel workers to nearly 33,000. Wisconsin wins out As Asa Headquarters Madison or a the University of Wisconsin was chosen As Headquarters of the new United states National student association. Wisconsin won out Over the University of Chicago where the new organization was conceived december. Some 700 delegates to the a say a constitutional convention Here formerly adopted the groups Constitution. Is ready to give Matrimony another Chance. A i shall of course get married again a he said. A marriage is Many a Normal state. Unmarried he a like the off half of a pair of girl pleads innocent in sheep pen murder Laconia n. up a Barbara Roberts 20-year-old Mill worker pleaded innocent in municipal court to a charge of murder in the yuletide season shooting of her father whose body Lay buried for More than eight months under boards of a sheep pen on the family farm. She was held without bail by judge Harry e. Trapp for the oct 28 session of Belkamp county Superior court on the charge brought yesterday after county solicitor William w. Keller said she confessed she shot her father Sylvester 52. She showed Little emotion while Keller read the confession to the court will prepare adequately for future employment for a Blind Alley Job new a he counselled Young persons undecided about returning to school this month. Lippart said a High school i is becoming a minimum As a Job requirement with placements much easier when per Senel is trained and ready. A it is Seldom possible to Back up and take training or com a ? an education after spending y at work and after accumulating family and other obligations. Quot time to get your schooling is now while Young and while living at Lippart said youth placements Rose from 1,730 in june to 2.999 in july with a slump beginning in August when 1,744 were employed through state offices. Nail removal hailed Success fort Logan Colo. Our a Virgil Gomez temperature dropped Back to Normal and physicians said that was one of the most favourable signs since a two Inch Nail was removed from his brain three Days ago. A ten Quot not grab it now methodist Church. In Congress. Arthur capper i j4arn i in of Kansas Heads the dry forces i a literally tons since repeal the Drys have it a the Senate. Mid Joseph r. Bry j Davenport. Iowa a up a South Ca Roll a. Dry in .<scwci>1 bargain. now a read the sign on an automobile in a used car lot at nearby Betten formation under the profane Ai Dorf encouraging press Freedom. 000.000 can to buy Legal Beer All cent of the present House is for er5s la mar 8d t0� photographers said they 77 a a i i i Way i would Quot prefer a definite ban on won 12.000. Already a third of the nation eternally. Externally and eternally has been dried up. Today More does the same Job in the House. I than 25.000,000 amen cans can to Champlain in Howe. I legally buy a drink of liquor to. Bryson estimates that to per respondents previously chosen by lot to go aboard the ships. Security precautions similar to wartime were imposed. Uniformed British civil police diverted All motor traffic away from the building in which the conference took place. Military government officials declined to discuss the imposition of the news blackout which was in contradiction to previous arrangements to insure press coverage of the debarkation. All that a spokesman would say was that it was designed Quot to avoid any newsmen were told that they would not be allowed aboard the ships because they Quot would hamper discharging herded bite Fen the British action Drew protests from newsmen including a complaint by 16 British and american news photographers to air marshal sir Sholto Douglas British commander in chief that arrangements were a completely incongruous and inadequate i photographers were barred from j a Central press enclosure on the i docks and ordered to remain in in second pen near the Stern of the ships. They were also forbidden j to use flashbulbs. The cameramen charged that the rules were designed a effectively to prevent us from taking pictures and movies. This can Only be construed As a deliberate Effort to prevent Access to press in this according to Frederick g. Prohibition As a matter of principle while most of the Southern representatives except those from metropolitan centers would vote dry As a matter of expediency. On the National front the latest drive of the Drys was an Hunsuc Brownell. Who assayed the growing prohibition movement. 3 states never wet. Three states a Kansas. Mississippi and Oklahoma a never re c. W. Boughan owner of the lot photography rather than the i appealed to police to find the �?T34 ent evasion of responsibility to the Plymouth Sedan. World had arranged feel. Previously it had been arranged that one representative tech of sentence killer Beaumont. a John 1their constitutional bans on ce5tsfu attempt to secure pass or. J. Shirley Sweeney said drinking. Even in traditions y age of capper a Bill to ban inter i or arrested last month in Sullivan agencies and one representative Francis tammany carnival work american and British news that Gomez had a Good nights rest wet cities like Chicago. 128 pre state quor advertising. Capper ii after a 4-year-old girl recon each of British and american i Cicta have voted themselves dry a r and was very cheerful. Another encouraging sign was Gomez voluntary movement of his right Arm indicating that paralysis was leaving the Arm. Sweeney said a it will be a few Days yet before Young Gomez will be out of the w Gomez kicked up the sheets on his Hospital bed and wriggled his believes that sentiment for pro j sized his picture in a detective newspapers and a correspondent the biggest Battle Between wets Hibi Tion is growing about As fast and Drys at the moment is being ought in Kentucky Brownell found. Kentucky which produces 43 per cent of the nations whiskey already is 82 per cent dry. Wet Kentucky Brownell says is drier than dry Kansas. There Are now 92 wholly dry As it did at the turn of the Century before the passage of the 18th amendment. Magazine pleaded guilty to Mur of the British broadcasting Cor Der without malice Friday and was sentenced to five years in prison. Fingers in an Effort to show Doc counties in the state and 15 More which French to ask loan of a an informant said tonight that France intends to ask the Export import Bank of Washington for a $500,000,000 loan to ease the French food crisis. Seize three youths in series of thefts Waupaca. put a sheriff Arthur Hewitt said that two youths had been arrested in a series of thefts during which $200 in jewelry and $52 in Cash were Tatken from a Fremont Home Over a three month period. Robert Russell. 24, Appleton guilty Donald Haertl also 24. Of Neenah girl by a tors that the removal of the Nail pounded into his head by one of territory his Jap captors after the fall of the Philippines had been successful. Contain considerable dry the Drys Are seeking India leans heavily on Gandhi to guide newly won Freedom police officers guilty of assaulting girl local option elections in seven of the remaining wet counties this fall and have an even Chance of winning them. Brownell found. One argument Drys have been unable to overcome so far is Quot who a going to pay the Bills of prohibition returns to Kentucky Quot above a a a a a hers As a steady no in by Dewitt Mackenzie of foreign affairs analyst. A midst the tragic developments continent but while he has tin India Progress towards the greatest of the generals in implementing her newly won Freedom one personality towers to ration would Board the ships sharing their dispatches under a pooling arrangement Wsul to formulate Politico program Milwaukee definite program for putting the state federation of labor into politics i Mem Gandhi is by far the most pow been greatest of the generals in the Campaign for Puma Swaraj absolute Independence his main Wsul Secretary announced. Nagorsne said he. State president George Haberman and is other top federation officials Oakland. Calif our a two liquor taxes of $11,000,000 last fluence. Just As it has during the past generation of struggle for in strength is and has been. Spin i cited at a meeting Friday to Call Oakland police officers were found year paid almost a third of the j Jet a i Ponce embers were Louna a. Y dependence a Mohandas of raping a 17-year-old states general expenses. A have been charged with breaking and entering. The two. Who were arrested in Rochester Minn. Thursday will be arraigned monday. District attorney j. Kyle Anderson said Russell had admitted the thefts but that Haertl denied participation and Russell corroborated his Story. Raping jury which years stipulated they should be sentenced to san Quentin prison for terms of one to 50 years on each of two counts. The two men. Robert g. Bell 27, and Edward e. Bauer 31, were found guilty of rape and of aiding each other to commit rape on a High school girl they found a a petting with a boy Friend near a local lovers Lane. Aged and frail the Little crusader remains ninety Odd pounds of dynamic leadership which his Eye National drive. The problem of state Revenue killed a proposed state wide pro. A a a. Oera. A bit on referendum in Alabama i 2225 in fire to Satlof Ujj talc Furcel test of Del Uhm of even .y0? a not. Thoroughly have dramatic illustration of started because no one could suggest How to replace the nearly $12,000,000 Revenue that would be lost if liquor sales were banned. Nevertheless the Drys Are pushing their Campaign for return at hearts and chowder a camera drama proving All s fur in love this in his latest a Well How about that a says Perky the Pup. A a Here a soup in the Saucer and in a not getting in on it. This Calls for a bit of canine cunning to lure that ugly cat away from the thus begins our Little camera drama in a Sacramento Kitchen. Against moslem hindu strife in Calcutta. Begged in break fast Gandhi had said that he would continue his fast until Tranquility returned to the great Metropolis. He was Able to terminate it thursday night after three Days because peace again had settled Over the City. However indications Are that he would have maintained it longer to reinforce his position had he not been begged by political leaders to Stop. Their reason for this request gives us a graphic picture of Gandhi a position in the life of indians four Hundred millions. It is this even three Days of fasting had greatly weakened the 78 year old ascetic and there was danger of death if he continued. His advisers were fearful that his demise under such circumstances might precipitate an outburst of hindu moslem strife which would make the recent Savage Politico racial religious butchery in the Punjab look Tual. Untold members of the country a 300,000,000 hindus literally worship him some of them even prostrating themselves before him despite his strenuous efforts to halt such manifestations. Citee Sermon in meant. It is because of Gandhi a far hunger strike Flung influence that the British government always has been need singly anxious when he staging one of his hunger strikes against the authorities which he did on Many occasions. None could Tell How far the flames of passion would run among his followers if he died. Had Gandhi seen it to do so he could have precipitated a terrible rebellion. However he steadfastly taught Hij doctrine of non violence and advocated the use of passive civil disobedience and Boycotts of British goods instead of Force. While Gandhi practices hinduism he does no to desire that the world be converted to that Faith and he opposes Prosel Yting among the religions. He has told me that the greatest influence in his life has been Christ a Sermon on the mount his teaching of the people is based on this Broad philosophical View. That his teachings Appeal to More than the hindus has a larger group together to outline the program. Although the Wsul is not officially engaging in politics it voted at its state convention in Green Bay to assess members one cent a month for 12 months for a political education purposes. The estimated $20,000 fund will be used to get the voters out to defeat anti labor candidates. A nah you Lovely creature How exotic you look tonight a he whispers into her Shell like ear. Fluffy the cat Falls for the line. But what does Perky do As soon As he gets Fluffy up in the Clouds he dives doom into the soup. A see what happened to me girls a wails Fluffy a and Don t be a dope. You just can to Trust a Maul Tho curtain Falls Ai the fur begins to Fly. Mild. Gandhi is of course the been demonstrated recently when Rennebohm names 5 to credit review Board a acting Gar. Rennebohm a to pm Ted five members of the consumer credit review Board which was created under a 1947 act reorganizing the state banking commission. Subject to Senate confirmation the appointments were j. H. Bendee Milwaukee five year term Francis Conway Thorp four years Frank Luick. Milwaukee three years Norman Critter Madison two years and Frank Cartier Green Bay one year. The chief executive also appointed Arthur Schumacher Green Bay Veteran of the Spanish american War As a member of the state Board of veterans affairs. Suspend Rook Philadelphia or a Ferris Fain Rookie first baseman of the holy Man of hinduism and his hundreds of thousands of moslem Philadelphia athletics was sus worshipful followers might vent and hindus made what they called Pended indefinitely today for i their grief and anger at his loss1 a a holy pilgrimage to Gandhi a j swinging a couple of punches at in on the moslem. A peace Mission in Calcutta. Boston red sox player

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