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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 21, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin
Sunday journal. Time bulletin vol. 18, no. 20.kacine, wis., sunday september 21, 1947. 6 pages blame no group for High prices by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion Princeton n. ?"a Senate committee last week began a series of hearings embracing 12 cities in an attempt to diag. Nose the cause of today s soaring living costs. If the committee visited every City in the nation and asked All citizens to name the group or groups responsible for sky rocketing food and other pric m i is they would not find the of i Etc Fri i Lith Public to ire focussed on any one juvenile crime Washington Ai a to an Affa Hie Middle Aeed negro who serves As a right hand Many to to to Fri director j. Edgar Hoover is waging his own Campaign against juvenile delinquency and racial intolerance. William Samuel Noisette. 47, has been Hoover s personal recep Scapegoat. What this Means is that while there is a lot of talk and great exasperation about prices it is going to be very difficult to make political capital out of the High Cost of living. 50% blame someone. If it were True that a major proportion of the Public blamed any single Factor or group of the population for High prices a politician could no doubt dig pay dirt out of the Issue. But at this stage flying saucers Back again Toronto. A Ivy a those flying saucers Are Back again. Raymond Johnson and Jim Harrison who came Here from England last month id they saw one winging Over Toronto s West end sunday and what s More they took a photograph of it. Johnson said the object a a appeared As a yellow Ball with a Tail streaming out behind it like the vapor behind an air plane on a misty ?� in the picture he presented As proof the a of Saucer showed up As an Oval White spot trailing two Long Milky streaks of Light. Threatens need reveal policy for holy land London Cuta Miami. ?"�?"a new tropica1 storm appeared in the making in the Caribbean sea to the West c f Jamaica and Hurricane Hunter panes were ordered to probe it. Military weather officials said a a circulation or partial circulation has developed in an extensive Squall ?� the extensive Squall area stretches from the Bahamas through the Florida Straits Over i Cuba and to the West of Jamaica v. Here the first evidence of circulation around a Center was detected. Fresh winds were Felt on the1 South Florida coast and Small Craft were warned to exercise caution today and tomorrow while j the Eastern fringe of the Squall wave passed Over Florida. Meantime another Squall wave. I new a week old. Was being ex-1 the govern mined by an army Hurricane for u. Billion. Zones zionist and messenger for 20 years cer Tamja no evidence exists of any ment drafted a new Palestine pol Hunter to the East of Trinidad. A Busy Job in itself. But evenings and week ends he devotes to setting Down his impressions on Canvas with palette knife Aud Brush. Saddened by intolerance. Sam As he is known to his coworkers and the Public officials and private citizens who Call at Hoover s office believes he has accomplished More than merely acclaim by judges of the Corcoran Art gallery. He puts it this Way a of feel that my work is not Only their replies a pleasure to me but is serving As an inspiration to the children of my race. If i can do it so can others. Not Only in painting with oils or sketching with a Pencil but in music writing sports or whatever else interests them. A those who use their spar time in seeking to achieve the Best in a Hobby won t go wrong. There will be no time lying idly on their hands and not being Idle they won t get in ?� As for intolerance. Sam reports sadly that most persons get their of opinion unanimity voters. The Institute has polled a nationwide Cross Section of voters on this question a Odo you blame anyone for present High prices a Yea. 50% no. 36 no opinion.14 the voters who said they did hold someone responsible were then asked whom they blamed. Among 1c.v saturday and observers spec off the South american coast and plated that great Britain might some 3.000 Miles Southeast of demand that the United nations take Over the mandate for that i country within one year. Miami. Federal storm warning forecasters. Just beginning to recover the Cabinet met for two hours from the exertions of the major and shaped up directives to guide tropical Hurricane which swept gosh tenement. 17% business and Indus try. .14 labor. To everyone. 7 republicans. 2 Farmers. I miscellaneous. 4 54% adds to More than 50% be the British delegation when the South . Assembly considers the report of the special commission on Palestine. Decisions secret. The decisions will remain officially secret until they Are placed before the . But unusually Well informed sources suggested that they included rejection of the commission s Florida and then struck new Orleans Are Back on full time status and watching the new possible threat minutely. I. Cause some gave More than one answer thus the largest single bloc of opinion in the country 367 holds no one responsible. The new Orleans looks like Hiroshima new Orleans a a a it a the Hurricane picked it spots in new Orleans. After the 90-mile wind had majority report recommend subsided to a bracing Breeze there were spots that looked like patches of Hiroshima. There were great areas which appeared no different from last week. Mostly it merely seemed As though the Street cleaners were impression of the negro race next largest group places the through the deeds of the bad. Already Sam has helped children not yet in their a teens get their Start in working with oils. His 11-year-old son occasionally picks up a Brush but is More Inch Ned toward sports. A of done to push him into working on Canvas for if i did that i would kill any artistic inclination he might ?� he says. Sam started painting in his native Fayetteville n. A. While still a child. His first Purchase was a to cent tube of Oil color. Blame on government which could mean either of the major political parties since they share Power in Washington. Those blaming business and Industry Are similarly divided among voters who name �??� �??� �??� �??� Etc., and the answer a of abort is made up of such responses As a labor ?� a labor a a Union labor a a strikers a Etc. Charge in i months. Voter opinion on who is to blame for High prices shows More sub ing the partition of Palestine As Well As the minority report calling for a federalized Arab jewish state. 2 a proposal to inform the As a Sembly that Britain no longer can administer the mandate and wanted to surrender responsibility on strike French Quarter open. The speculation was based on. _ the known conviction of Influent quoth for nah nil Cabinet minister that it would Al a of Quot re a a Nique shop. And be impossible to impose either of or a shop., it looked like and the commission recommendations Holiday a stores and bars without bloodshed and a High Cost in the bar Quot Din a mild his collection was quite sizeable Static Al Chan in the three months since the Institute last polled on the question in june. When the problem is considered from the More constructive approach for High prices voters to opinions Are As varied As they Are As to the cause. A the question was asked a what do you think Asili be done to bring about lower prices a the replies buyers strike Stop in a necessary buying. A return to government regulation is eliminate strikes reduce wages. 12 increase production. 12 business should voluntarily lower prices. 2 Stop exporting so much. 3 Izower business profits. 2 change the administration 2 everybody co operate. I miscellaneous. 7 no Way to bring primers Down. 4 done to know. 24 total.105% by the time he brought it to Washington in 1921 in a battered Box. Boss sees exhibits. Sam s work is Strong but the colors Are subtly handled. His chief exhibit this year is one he titled a Skyline ?� in this he has made Liberal use of his palette knife to achieve the Cloud effects which Are his particular Pride. His annual exhibit is always attended by a othe Bossy who is among a number of persons including supreme court judges who have same to work. His greatest Pride is the Gold key Given him for his 20 Yean service. Hoover in presenting it said that he was a deeply grateful for your invaluable loyalty and devoted service during the past 20 years you can justly claim a substantial share in the accomplishment of the ?� in men and Money to the mandatory Power. Britain s problem. One informant said that if and when the Assembly appeared Likely to adopt either of the recommendations. A othere is an excellent Chance that he will demand that the United nations assume the responsibility that was delegated to us by the league of ?� inasmuch As the . Has no working machinery to take Over the mandate. Britain apparently would have to agree to retain the responsibility until such machinery could be created. Business. Here and there a mass of crumpled Sheet Metal from some rooftop Lay in the Street. Passersby appeared disinterested. There were bits of Glass in places where windows or houses or stores had been smashed. In front of the civil court building in the Middle of the French Quarter a yellowed Branch from a nearby Palm tree leaned disrespectfully against the dignified statue of the late chief Justice % Washington the administration estimated saturday that about $500,000,000 More will be needed to meet United states occupation costs throughout the world in the fiscal year ending next june 30. The estimate was Given to the Senate appropriations committee meeting in special session by Secretary of army Kenneth c. Roy a11. Near. But far nut of reach for London children like the Young a Ter above Are fresh fruits and vegetables. Aaa aaa England faces hardship with wartime courage of the $500,000,000, about $235,000,000 would be Neces i sary if the u. S. Is to shoulder the bulk of the British i costs in the Anglo american zone j in Western Germany. Blames Price Ria. Royall advised that $400,000,000 i of the $600 000.000 already appropriated for occupation costs would be spent by the end of this year. He said. According to committee members that $265,000,000 More would be required because of. Price rises and of that around $235,000,000 for Western Germany. I the United states and Britain j now share equally in the occupy a Tion costs of their zones. But Britain. Sorely pressed foe dollars says she can no longer continue to Bear half the Cost. If the occupation costs through out the world Are increased by $500,000,000, As estimated by Fife administration to the committee the Overall Cost would total $t.-1 100.000.000 this would cover All areas in the world occupied by u. S troops. Following a three hour session of the committee. Chairman styles Bridges rep n h i a d that the 5??e and Treasury departments have been requested to Send representatives before the committee for a further review of the Over. All economic situation in Europe particularly As the British shortage of dollars affected it. Must will for Congress. Sen. Homer Ferguson m cd said the French refuse to Back u. S. United nations Hall. Flushing. N. ?" up French foreign minister George Bidault refused to endorse the american plans for revamping the United nations saturday but denounced As a lie soviet charges that the a Marshall plan was a move to Divide the world. Bidault flatly rejected any proposal to give up the great Power veto on Secretary of state George c. Marshall to plan to increase the Powers of the Assembly he avoided a commitment limiting himself Only to the statement that it was very important and a proposal of great �??� defends Mamba la plan. He expressed doubt that the proposed permanent Assembly Security committee could be made legally compatible with the Security Council. Bidault reminded the deletes that his country sits in the Riddle Between the diplomatic warriors of the East and West and warned that it was a futile and dangerous to conceal the magnitude and seriousness of the present crisis in which a othe very life of . Is at ?� but he vigorously defended the Marshall plan of which France it rep. one of the principal Bene information of 1 Fici Aries against the violent attack feed at the meeting did not in j made on it earlier last week by Ducate any special session and that soviet Delegate Andrei y. A isms the administration officials gave by. He served notice on Russia no indication of wanting one. J that soviet threats would not de the committee cannot take any Ter France from her course. Action on the administration s estimate of additional occupation a owe have chosen this path and we shall not turn Back on by Bert Brandt Nea staff correspondent this costs until Congress meets. How j path which we deliberately forever Royal it review of the of j ?� he said. A othe chief Delegate curation crisis Laid the ground of the sovet Union h is alleged that chiefs re elect Muhlke president Superior. ?" a a Arthur j. Muhlke of Racine was reelected look after a storm. A sign on the Structure said a demolishing by the Carrollton lumber ?� Broad canal Street the City to main thoroughfare was littered with Glass and Metal and Wood president of the i Row a six to police rom Shar a windows and signs. Chiefs association at the final sea traffic Al standstill Sion of the organization to annual j no automobile traffic was Al convention saturday. It will be Lowed on fhe is reef. Chief Muhlker to third term. At first glance the downtown Muhlke and All other incumbent streets seemed filled with people officers were re elected by Raecia considering the fact that business nation. They included vice presi had been shut Down All Day. A Dent. F. J. By Leesmeister. South second glance showed Street cars Milwaukee treasurer g. H. Hage. Were standing Idle without Power. Whitefish Bay Secretary. Walter everyone who had no automobile pick Surveyor to succeed Pope h. Wagner Sheboygan. Milwaukee was chosen As site for the 1948 convention. Edward Douglas White. On one Corner of Royal Street. London peacetime London today is Grimmer than the London i work for a request for a deficiency the French government together tourists trained their cameras on saw during the last German Blitz of a i and v-2 tombs. The threat appropriation to replace funds with the British had Only in mind the Skeleton of a building which of sudden death is gone. But in its place there is less food less pleas that May be spent within the next to connive with the american gov looked just like a building should ure. Less Energy. A a a few months. I Ern ment. The Poplo of London have had seven years of austerity rations. The emergency meeting of the and they show it. A of done to take As Many snaps As i used ??t a Side appropriations committee was Call j walk photographer in Fleet Street told me. A Oso Many austerity faces de by Bridges after he had Bee you ?� yet londoners retain their wartime courage and their informed of the British plea for i Europe to Divide it. up traditional England will muddle the United states to assume a big on Independence and the see through philosophy. There Are complaints of course. There is some disappointment that we have not sent them More food. But the Cus the matter Here next month. Criticism goes against the Trutor it mood of the Man in the Street is not one of bitterness. Die most forthright criticism i have heard came from g. J. O Connell rehousing official of the London county Council. A Ono ?� a oin the ?� he said. A owe had the common objective of getting Measle test to be probed the a some people gave several an James Larsen who served As a Swers so the total adds to More planning Engineer Here during life than too per cent. Of the spa program we tas named of course if prices continue to by the county Board Friday to fill Rise substantial support for any vacancy caused by recent death one of these remedies might de Yuzoh thank you Verv much Quot a of county Surveyor Louis Pope Zelop such As heightened Public j wan faced Middle aged spinner members of the Board in asking demand for return to some kind a free spinster in mercy Case Reading. A ?"tty�?"a charge by the Vienna director of the american joint distribution committee that a doctor Here had performed a of shocking experiments on jewish children was turned Over to the austrian prosecutor for study. A municipal commission in taking this action described the of Heary of c Hart sex. A Oas for the Endeavor to enslave Ger share of the occupation costs or eighty of states changes made of Western Germany. Adm Nistra Vish sky. I am sorry to say to n and British officials will Dis or the 0h time at least that this Bridges said before the meeting although France one of the big that if the u. S. Were allowed to five. Oppose relaxing the veto a on the show to in Western Ger i Povur Bidault admitted that toe Many he would favor this country taking Over most of the Cost. Security Council had been a disappointment because of the iterations by or. Joseph Zikowski i tvs to outskirts some Flimsy houses As a absolutely Legal and Normal <0 _ a thank and could t find a taxicab had to walk. Many were attempting to thumb rides. Most of the damage was far from the business District. On the i Lay in splinters. On the shores of ?� it said he was doing i be Pontchartrain. Sheets of no More than following Well water drained Back into the Lake known methods in Medicine we thence they had been blown. Harold Browb. Of the joint Dis a to Button committee a jewish re Jorr a a is i i i a organization charged that at and legion picks Milwaukee least 20 of 60 children admitted for 1948 convention quent use of that big Power privilege. France has used the Eto twice compared with Russia 20 vetoes. Czechoslovakian foreign minister Jan Masaryk preceded Bidault. Sobbed to a jury of seven men that the position be filled As soon of government control. Five women in acquitting her of As possible said considerable work. Murder in the ring no on the various drainage ditches is Levels Plant j her invalid. 71-year-old Mother. Fort Atkinson ?"w being held up of a Darren Ohio i i a series friends and neighbors who had Milwaukee was named As the 1948 Surveyor. John Koran 239 w is of explosion Anci fire decoded the mood we he la m hang in the convention site of the Wisconsin Consin ave was named to sue a ii reduction sales co. Plant courtroom As she waited through chapter of the american legion. T � drum it ers As member of new mile outside of Warren sat a the two and a half hours the jury j the announcement was made by eight children to determine their the Kenosha Rura Urdaz afternoon but there a deliberated rushed to congrats the legion executive committee types of measles and had ordered i it to St Bool at i Mon Cho e. J peered to be no death or in late the weeping woman and Sev meeting in its fall session Here Lumbar tap punctures of 12 others Edwin old i eral invited her to their Homes to saturday. The 1948 Parley will to determine whether they had in i run from july 31-aug. 2. Santive paralysis. To the Vienna municipal Hospital for in Fel t Lous diseases had undergone experiments while confined for mild cases of measles. He said or. Zikowski. The chief surgeon had removed the skin from at least find body Menasha. Wis. _ _ the the War Over with coupled with body of George Kellnhauser. 81, robust leadership. Now we have who disappeared aug. 22 while on no objective and a dither Lead one of hts regular strolls near with a fervent Appeal to . Dele Reship. The new austerity plan Lake Winnebago was found sat Gates to a Ostop talking about the is shocking. It is due to Lack of urday on the Shore by two hikers. Next world ?� planning on the part of the ?".�?" Ern ment. This Winter will probably be the hardest England has Ever known. A Olife for the average housewife is becoming ?� everyone Here talks about food. Or the Lack of it. As they used to talk about the weather. A the housewives i be spoken to in the last few Days agree that there size of uss Wisconsin amazes cruising reservists by Verne Hoffman aboard the uss Wisconsin the size of this battleship is is less variety in their peacetime something that continues to amaze diet and that the task of queue the naval reservists aboard. My up Long hours for food and most of us served during world trying to plan meals is becoming War ii in destroyers destroyer is attorney Myers to resignation accepted in july. Was juries. Fire chief a acres reported. Increasingly burdensome. A Cook in a rest Center put it a owe depend on fish so much turn to Page col. 4. Eort and even smaller amphibious one half million gallon of fuel Oil. She could carry three million. The Wisconsin draws 36 feet of water As much As the Queen Mary. Unlike the Queen Mary however she is built for business of a different nature fighting the Queen uses her super boy Cornelist. In w is Craft. We served with such ships Structure deck for luxury Pur As the Wisconsin but never aboard. Poses swimming Pool cocktail it is impossible to Tell either by lounges deck Tennis Sun decks words or pictures her hugeness. I and relaxation. The Wisconsin in height from under the water 1 uses her superstructure decks Pri to the top of her superstructure i Manly for holding guns and Amitie is As tall As a 10-Story building munition and for navigational and Foag by Drys. Dynamic speaker. Rode subways. Packed into the five feet two to Inch figure of Fiorello Henrico r Laguardia was enough personality and Charm to make him one of the most colourful figures Ever to walk on America s political scene. Born of immigrant parents or new to York to lows Ter East Side in 1882. The Man who became new York s beloved a Little Flowers was never one of the crowd. He Learned to talk yiddish and italian and later made political speeches in these tongues. He Learned to Fly and during world War i was a major in the air corps. He attended Law to school at night working As an interpreter in the Day. He served in Congress for to years attracting attention is gushed upon his i i with his Trade Mark Horn rimmed Eye glasses forehead and his fighting earthy speeches if had the Gall to run against the Debonair Jimmy Walker and lost a Good fight. He swept tammany Hall into still existent obscurity when he became mayor in 1934. He Wath first mayor of new York Ever to serve three consecutive terms. He endeared himself to the rank and file new to yorker by his showmanship a chasing fire engine kissing Beauty Queens posing with anything and anybody by his honesty by his campaigns against a tinhorn gamblers and burlesque shows by i accomplishments tunnels schools loved fires. Playgrounds and the Airfield which bears his name. When he retired from Public office he had been director general of Umbra and Federal director of the office of civilian defense besides congressman and mayor he became a radio personality and newspaper columnist. During new to York to newspaper delivery strike millions throughout the country laughed at newsreels showing him acting out the sunday comics Over the air for the City s children. The people called him the a Little ?� they called him a othe ?� and his enemies called him other things but nobody Ever called Fiorello Laguardia Dull. In length she is 887 s inches nearly the length of three football Fields. Her Width is 106 feet. Imagine setting her Down in the Middle of main St. In Racine. She we Tould obliterate the Best of two blocks overshadow the buildings and overlap the Street from curb ing to curbing along her amidships Section. Entire City inside. The Wisconsin can Swallow to up 3.000 persons a nearly three fourths the population of a City such As Burlington a and you would no to known that they were aboard. I within her confines floats an entire City. She has her own res i Tau rants messes the Navy Calls them. Her own barbershops shoe repair shops tailor shop laundry stores ice Cream bar. Post office photographer to shop and repair facilities. Everything except a bar. Her dial telephones number nearly i 3,000. Navy regulations strictly forbid not Only drinking aboard but the presence of liquor. Without touching a single port the Wisconsin could travel around a the world. She carried two and fire control purposes. Little red tape. In getting the reservists on Board into the Groove the Wisconsin has regimented its program so that a minimum of red tape is necessary. It Learned that faculty Well at separations centers. It prevails now. All bunk assignments we a made for officers chiefs and enlisted a personnel As soon As they boarded ship. Assignments to duty aboard followed shortly. Every morning men fall into quarters by divisions and Are told the program for the Day. The Wisconsin from its skipper capt. J. M Higgins and executive officer c. K. Duncan Down to the enlisted men. Have made the reservists feel at Home. At a special meeting of officers the exec declared a owe want to give the men every Opportunity to learn things aboard ship. We have done a lot of plan neg. We ask you officers to keep in close Contact we Tith your men. If they feel anything is lacking they will Tell you. You let us know and we will do our Best to make program changes to accommodate ?�
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