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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 14, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday a bulletin vol 18, no. 19. Racine wis., sunday september 14, 1947. A pages yells for Slayer Taft cites Truman Lewis invites Oakland City ind. A a j state police said that violence i was threatened against Lawrence Johnson 48-year-old night mar Shah after a scuffle in which an i Oakland City Man was shot fatal by the dead Man was Robert Lef \ to Miller 27. Fled to brother. It. Albert r. Stiles commander it of the state police Post at Jasper said Johnson surrendered to state police officers at his brother s House where he fled when a began gathering in the streets Here. It. Stiles said state police have refused the requests of Gibson county authorities to turn Johnson Over to them on the grounds that Pike county where he surrendered is out of their jurisdiction. The state police officer said Johnson told him he arrested Miller for drunkenness and shot him when Miller attempted to overpower him. Miller shot three times in the neck and Chest died almost instantly. Anger High. It Stiles said Johnson is being held at the Jasper state police Post while two state police detectives investigate the shooting. The Gibson county officer demanding custody of Johnson was sheriff James Mcdonald it. Stiles said. Mcdonald was accompanied by Coroner Cooper and Roy Burton Princeton police chief. Mass indignation Over the shooting is still High the state police officer said. A wire photo fiesta Queen Helen Koeberl 23. Is handed a bouquet by artist George Petty after she was elected for Tom a Field of 17 candidates to reign Over the Janesville world Trade fiesta to be held sept. 20. The Queen will receive a trip by Airliner to Jamaica and a wardrobe from the City to merchants. During the fiesta the Parker pen co. Will pay 40 per cent of the salary of 2,000 employees in mexican pesos. Poll pics world Parley to build stronger . Gandhi s visit stirs riot new Delhi a up1 a a police escort beat Back with riot clubs a of thousands of frenzied moslem refugees which cheered Mohandas k. Gandhi on his appearance saturday at their Camp. The moslem we tent wild with enthusiasm when Gandhi paid a Surprise visit to the huge Purana Lila refugee Camp where some 50,000 of the moslem Are housed awaiting transportation to Pakistan. Word of Gandhi to presence spread rapidly through the Camp and the moslem thronged about him cheering and seeking to touch his garments. Police finally had to intervene to protect Gandhi from the crowd s enthusiasm. Returns to find Fortune gone Woonsocket r i. A Pic Nocola Glowak. Missing since 1927 and declared legally dead came Home to find a $1,000 Bank account he left behind was in another to hands. Glow a we tent to a lawyer about the Money and investigation of the records showed this is what happened. Seven years after Glowak left his wife Anastasia petitioned the probate court for appointment As administrator of the missing Man s estate. The court ruled that after seven year to absence. Glowak was legally dead and that the $1,000, deposited by Glowak under the name of a relative in Poland was part of the estate. Mrs. Glowak Long since obtained the Money and closed out the account. Glowak said he went to new Jersey after a 1927 quarrel with his wife remaining there Ever since working at his Trade As a Shoemaker. He told a lawyer to prepare a new petition to the courts asking for the return of his Money and to Legal status As a living Man. Name chairman Madison. Wis. Our a prof. Robert c. Pooley to appointment As chairman of the new department of integrated studies in the University of Wisconsin College of letters and science was announced today by Dean Mark h. Ingraham. By George Gallup director. American Institute of Public opinion Princeton n. J. A United nations week is being launched in an atmosphere of Public Opin i Ion Friendly toward the u. N. And j yet at the same time critical of to. In spite of the u. ? shortcomings and the gloomy annual report issued recently by its Secretary general Trygve lie. An overwhelming majority of american voters continue to favor the two year old world organization. None against group. Practically no one wants it done away with on the contrary a very substantial number think it should be strengthened to make it a world government that is shown in a qualitative. 22-question Survey of Public attitudes toward the u. N. Conducted by the Institute. This intensive Survey also brings out the fact that More than 80 per cent of the nations voters approve the idea of calling a world conference to work out plans to strengthen the . The desire of the Public to breathe new life and vigor into the u. N May Stem from the fact that comparatively few people today less than one third express satisfaction with the Progress of the organization during the two years of its life. This feeling is found also among the people of other countries such As France and Canada. A a in a fill and rounded measurement of attitudes toward the u. N. Would obviously not be possible by asking one question or even two or three. The Institute used a Multi question technique. A As it often has in the past on other issues designed to appraise attitudes qualitatively As Well As quantitatively. Some of the 22 questions Are Given below. Others will be re ported in a second article on wednesday. 1. Are you in favor of the United nations organization no. 6 no opinion. 9 yes 852. Why do you feel tills Way principal reasons in favor of. N is Only solution to world problems in the atomic age Man will Slaughter himself unless the nations get together. 3. Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the Progress made to Date by the i. N. Organization satisfied. 33% dissatisfied. 51 no opinion. 16 the above question was also asked in a Survey last april at which time 26 per cent were satisfied. 50 per cent dissatisfied and the rest without opinions 4 do you think there Are weak Points in the it. N. Organization yes. 56% no. A. It no opinion. 32 5. What Are they principal weak Points the veto Power Lack of cooperation understanding and Unity Lack of Power and authority to carry out decisions difficulty with Russia. 6. What do you think has been the main to value of the u. N. Up to now principal answers Effort to get together and talk things Over efforts to maintain peace laying groundwork for future stopping the War. 7. What do you think should hate been achieved by the . To Date Santa Cruz. Calif. A up sen. Robert a. Taft rep. Ohio said he was merely agreeing with president Truman when he suggested less extravagant eating As a weapon against High food prices. He told reporters he was a of Little surprised by the prominence Given his statement that people should Quot eat less meat and eat less extravagantly to help bring prices Down. Reads july report. There was nothing new in his proposal. Taft said and or. Truman made a similar one to Congress last july 21. Taft read this paragraph from the report if real shortages should develop. The need for sharing such relative Scarcity on an As equitable basis As possible both among ourselves and Between Domestic and foreign users of our food resources should be emphasized. A full publicity on the nature of the shortage might properly include a Campaign for strict Economy in the use of certain foods j through personal restraint or Spe Cial organized campaigns. The scope and timing of such educational efforts would of course depend upon w Hether present crop prospects improve or grow worse As the season ?� Taft said a Campaign to promote i voluntary reduction of Ron sump lion was a of undoubtedly one of i the Steps to be taken before returning to Price controls and rationing. More for poor. He said he was not recommend ing a return to a meatless Days but that was one of the things that could be done. He i added that the poor would be Able to buy More meat if a Campaign 1 of voluntary restraint succeeded in reducing prices. Taft said foreign demand also i was a Factor in High prices and that Congress gave the president Export control Powers which should a be used. He said there have been proportionately greater increases in exports to i Atin America and the far East than there had been to Europe. I fallen yanks coming Home St. L a ure it sur Mer ?"4.�?"the journey Home begins today for 3.805 americans i w to fell at Omaha Beach at the outset of the Allied invasion of Normandy. The St. Laurent cemetery the first in world War ii to be estab-1 listed officially in France on june 8. 1944�?"will be closed with a Farewell Benediction ceremony. Exhumation of the bodies will begin monday. St. Laurent will be the second loyalty probe Hal How much does a Dollar buy in 1939. A grocer took your Dollar and handed you soap flakes bread butter milk and eggs in 1945, you could Purchase All but the butter for your Dollar today the soap flakes and eggs alone consume and. In some stores in some cities exceed the Dollar. To Morrow to prices will probably be higher experts predict. Living costs up to stay View of top economists principal answers settlement of a of the 37 temporary u. S. Military Palestine. Balkan. Greece and chinese issues More Harmony among members settlement of atomic bomb control settlement turn to Page 2. Col. 6. Attempts to evict squatters with constant radio blaring cemeteries in Europe to be closed for Dis interment operations. The Henri Chapelle cemetery in Eastern Belgium was closed july 28. The remains will be placed in special steel caskets. None of the soldiers to names will be released until the bodies reach the United states. Many of the men buried Here were from the first. Fourth and 29th infantry divisions. One by s. Burton Heath Nea staff correspondent new York the Cost of living is up to stay. The current crisis in food prices will pass some time and the Cost of steaks and eggs and i toes will Settle Back. But living costs never in our time. Will return to what the american consumer likes to think of As a onor Muley that is the almost unanimous opinion of a variety of experts consulted in an attempt to find out Why tile Cost of living and particularly the Cost of food is skyrocketing so fast that it already has broken through All previous ceilings. Even the Brash est expert admits that he cannot a clearcut explanation of what is happening to prices or put the Finger on any villain who is even principally responsible. But most of those consulted agree that certain actors Are very important. These not necessarily in order of their importance Are the tremendously High level of consumer demand. Der Domestic prices however we probably axe Glt wag to be asked for a lot More in the future. The Marshall plan would give Europe dollars. But europeans can to eat dollars. They must be spent mostly Here. Both government and private interests already Are thinking in terms of the foodstuffs we must be prepared to take out of Domestic stores and Send abroad. The Farmers new Prosperity. For the first time in years the american Farmer is sitting on top of the world. The prices he is getting have risen More by All indices. Than the prices he is paying a and Mure than the prices City Folk Are paying for farm products. To that extent he is to blame for at least part of the High Cost of food. But even City economists agree that the level from which he Tam to Page 5. Col. L it Chicago a a John l. Lewis United mine workers powerful president and vice president of the american federation of labor challenged the National labor relations Board to act against him for refusing to sign an affidavit saying he is not a communist. Lewis Quot said he preferred not to sign although Norb counsel Robert Denham Hast ruled that the Law required i a a j All Union officers to sign affix k6doys a10 davits on penalty of having � a i with robbery Kenosha our a Chagrin Kenosha police renewed search for a Man who robbed the Home of a companion who had befriended him after police had cleared him of suspicion of car theft. Detective it. Arthur Riley said James and Patrick Murphy Kansas City mo., Brothers were recently arrested in Camden n. J. And brought Here to face charges of theft of a car from Fred Stein Hoff Kenosha. Patrick was detained on the theft charge but his brother was released on insufficient evidence. Shortly thereafter. Patrick met James Mcnally Kenosha who had befriended him while in jail Here. Mcnally graciously offered Murphy the hospitality of his Home. Murphy stayed there but saturday morning. Mcnally reported to police that he had disappeared. So had some $325 in personal belongings including a watch. Places detainer against forger Kenosha or a it. Arthur j. Riley of the Kenosha detective Bureau said a detainer had been placed with Milwaukee police against Lafollette a. Thorne 44, held in Milwaukee for passing worthless checks. Riley said Thorne was wanted for cashing fraudulent checks in two clothing stores and a tavern. Thorne was arrested at Little Rock on two charges of forgery. The charge were dismissed when he made Good and he was released to Milwaukee authorities. His preliminary hearing was set for sept. 26. Thome escaped from the Winona minn., jail Early this year while serving a four month sentence. Their unions lose their privileges. A what does or. Denham propose to do about it a Lewis asked. Terms act a negative. Lew is issued a statement on the affidavits As he emerged from the closing session of the Amer Iran federation of labor executive meeting Here. The Board voted not to sign the affidavits and to recommend that All . Union officers refuse to sign them. Lewis reportedly led the opposition to signing. Asked whether he had com i ment on Denham s re assertion of his ruling Lewis said Quot i do not suggest that or. Denham s ruling is wrong As a matter of fact it May be expressly and precisely in Accord with the iniquitous Taft Hartley statute. Quot Denham s ruling and the statute Grant an option to organizations of labor to file affidavits of acquiescence or to withhold such filing. I choose to exercise my option negatively. A what does or. Denham propose to do about it a eager for teat Al. President William Green said he Quot assumed that the Denham ruling will be tested in the courts although he said that the a Al had no immediate plans for such a test. Quot the Denham ruling is not justifiable or even in conformity with the ?� Green said. A owe Hope and believe that if it is tested in court it will be so declared. Dont buy Buffer butchers plea la Crosse. ?" a a Joseph Graig. Proprietor of a meat Market Here is deeply pained when any of his customers order butter at current High prices. Because he feels so strongly on the matter a sign on the door of the refrigerator in Craig s shop reads a butter 92 cants please done to buy it. Craig says a oif the people Wou a go without and not buy at this Price butter would come Down. Rumours and propaganda about butter going out of circulation cause runs on the product and raise the once. Last week butter sold for 81 cents. It does no to pay me to carry it at today s ?� i. By Larry Allen Warsaw it pm he a. S. Ambassador Stanton Griffis is trying to evict squatters with music. He has four powerful radios i crying night and Day blaring in i to the ears of to women one Man one cat and one dog who have occupied an american embassy residence for two years. Perhaps the noise will Force them out. Radios have been placed in rooms next to the squatters. The scene is a four Story building in the heart of Warsaw Origi for the use of the Nally designated american ambassador. The american consulate succeeded in getting control of the first and second floors. The squat 1 ruined Warsaw. Tens hold the third and fourth floors. The embassy needs the additional space. Ambassador Griffis said he had made a fair Money offer to the squatters to leave and promised to assist them in finding other Quad ters but to no Avail. A but there Are signs that the music is doing some Good and that the squatters Are ready to Dicker. It appears that it to a question of How much and i am trying to save the embassy Money a he said. Battalion of the 29th was virtually during and since the War the incomes of workers have been Caa approves master plan to develop 181 state airports wiped out in the first wave to hit Omaha Beach. Order labor strike to Force out Premier built to Levels that to not Long before. Would have been considered fantastic. Even with wartime rationing and shortages workers to families Learned to ase and want regularly food items that used to be rare luxuries. Output of Many food items is at record High level. But it has not risen enough to satisfy the in Rome. A us a italian labor leaders ordered 850.000 Metal workers to strike monday As part of the leftist Campaign to Force Premier a a de de Gaspeny to gov creased demand bred by full pm Ern ment from office. Ploy ment at High wages. This Cre the general strike of Metal Scarcity and Scarcity always workers if it materializes will brings High prices. The polish foreign ministry earlier took the position that while the residence was designated to the embassy it was difficult to evict the squatters because they had no other place to live in nearly paralyse heavy Industry in Milan Turin and Temi. An estimated 1.000.000 farm labourers and 200.000 other workers j already were on strike. Walkouts i of government clerical employees and tobacco workers also were threatened. 2. The foreign situation. As the Only nation with even relative plenty we Are called upon to help feed the distressed Peoples of the old world. We already have shipped quite a lot. But probably not enough to Light such a fire in keep Jour head High. Done to look at your feet. Let to us this oat to dog tired. Al Vneil no tens. Looking Etc cing to gigs. Decided that her 6 word even for a Puppy. She figured that dancing Graceful pomeranian ant of the Pap. Fetching in her checked evening gown month old son. Tony was too Swik would be inst the thing to make a first tens showed Tony a few Steps and then whirled him around the floor a while. Maybe Tony has conquered his awkwardness Bat he sure looks like a pooped Pooch after his terpsichore an trial. The dogs Ore owned by mrs. Curtis Smith of Alexandria to. Washington Island. Wis. A cup a a master plan in effect under the new state Airport development program Calls for a statewide system of 181 Fields and seaplane bases and $500,000 in state aids to 26 projects. The aeronautics commission adopted the plan at a session Here Friday As the first step in the new state Airport system. The commission approved $400.-000 to match half the local governing units to share of approved project costs with a $10,000 ceiling on initial Grants to any one project. A later allocation will be made to projects where $10,000 is less than half the sponsor to share. To match Federal Grants. Total project costs will be met by the state and local governments Matching Federal aids available. Of the total state allocation $20,000 will be used for air marking and $80,000 will be held in Reserve for new projects exceeding Cost estimates. The total $500,000 fund was granted by the 1947 legislature for the next two years. Additional funds after 1949 must be appropriated by the next legislature. Twenty six existing projects will Benefit the next two years under the plan. They already Are scheduled for consideration by the civil aeronautics administration which allots Federal aids. The projects with class v rated the biggest and class i the smallest and their estimated total costs Are class a Milwaukee Mitchell $220,000 Madison. Truax $60,000. Class 4�?"winnebago county Oshkosh $60,000. Clam 3�?"Milwaukee, Curtis Wright. $903,000 Brown county $1,045,000 Wausau. $380,000 Manitowoc. $250,000 Rhinelander $180,000 Clintonville $104,000 Superior $62,000 eau Claire. $40,-000 Marshfield. $28,000 Stevens Point $26,000 Sturgeon Bay $20,-000. Class 2�?"osceola. $46,000 a Crivitz $17,000 Prairie Duchien $13,000 Neillsville $6,000. Class in Coloma. $19,000 Spooner. $19,000 Cumberland $16,000 Ephraim. $8,000. Milwaukee Maitland seaplane base $200,000. The master plan Calls for at least one port in each county and a total of 160 airports of which 124 now Are in existence and 21 seaplane bases. Hold woman As embezzler Detroit. A a a 42-year-old stenographer was held by Detec said she embezzled boys return in Model t picture on Page 8 Salem. ?" a the Emmett Brothers and their a Flag ship a a 1914 Model t Ford were Back Home after a 25,200 mile journey during which they visited every state Capitol and Washington. D. C. The pm Mertsi John and Virgil a started their trip Jan 23. They averaged 27 Miles per gallon of gasoline spent $11.49 for their ancient vehicle and suffered seven Flat tires. The last Flat occurred on the eight mile stretch Between Falls City and Salem. In March the car went off the Road near Mapleton ore., and fractured the Skull of Thorval Emmert a third brother who started with John and Virgil Thorval recovered and abandoned the trip. A none of the state capitols we visited can compare with Nebraska to a John said a although the Louisiana Capitol runs us a close ?� the boys brought Back a Rock from each state which will go into the fireplace of a new House to be constructed by a Friend Louis Nofsger of Dawson. The trip Cost approximately $5,000. � a Tives who said she embezzled critic of Gen. Acc $107,000 in nine months and gave i Sac bark toll it to her a Oboy Friend to Start him w in business. She was booked at police Headquarters As Lillian Myers a employee for 29 years of the american express Ca where she earned $190 a month. No charge was placed against her but police quoted Walter fevers District manager of the company As saying she admitted to him in a signed statement taking the Money. However miss Myers refused to sign a statement at the prosecutors office after the matter was turned Over to police. Det. William Stearla quoted a evicts As saying miss Myers admitted taking $5,6710 by cashing checks sent to Detroit from the new York office. Another $101.-440 was obtained by presenting false claims for lost checks. Givers was quoted by the officer. Back meat probe Omaha ?" or a the investigation of a Federal grand jury at Chicago into High meat prices has the full concurrence of the United packing House workers of America Coo. J. Johnson Field representative of the up a for Iowa. Nebraska and Colorado Goma $40,000 Waupaca $22,000 said. New York our a Robert c. Ruark Scripps Howard newspaper columnist arrived at la Guardia Field saturday from Italy where he had written a series of columns which led to a War department investigation of conditions in the occupation army there. Ruark said he had noticed a change in conditions in leghorn �?o20 minutes after i filed my first Story at press relations ?� he said he had brought Back with him Complete documentation of his charges against the command of it. Gen. John c. H. Lee. He said he had received More complaints from officers than from men. A oof course i understand general Lee is retiring a Ruark said. A oin the meantime he is driving Hie own jeep and picking up hitch hikers. The Lush summer Colony in now open limits to ?� mat direct Oak Eidos Oak Ridge. ?" or a the University of Chicago would take Over supervision of atomic research laboratories Here if negotiations now underway terminate

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