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   Jefferson City Post-Tribune (Newspaper) - June 21, 1950, Jefferson City, Missouri                             FINAL EDITION son ritame c o VOL 83 NO 244 JEFFERSON CITY MISSOURI WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 21 1950 PRICE FIVE CENTS Ragland Displays Fund Records Covering 1948 State Elections H Refuses to Exhibit Contribution Lists In Gov Forrest Smiths Campaign Until And Unless Chief Executive Tells Him to B E Ragland displayed today what he said was all the records of two Democratic party campaign funds he kept during the 1948 Missouri elections He said he would not show the records of contributions to Gov Forrest Smiths personal campaign fund without the approval Ragland now director of the Division of Mental Diseases kept the records for a three funds during the general elec tion campaign He also kept the records for Smiths primary campaign Ragland Hole Executive in Kansas City Slain By Former Clerk Marshall H Dean is Killed in Office At President KANSAS CITY June XT from labor organizations Nor was H Dean Sayearold the much talked about in assistant general manager of the cash from the St Louis racing as a s s i s t a n t treasurer of the Democratic j State committee refused to show the records a week ago He made them public today he said on orders from State Com mittee Chairman John H Hen dren and State Committee Treasur er Ray Edlund of Kansas City Nearly 560000 Shown The state committee fund show ed total contributions oi nearly S60000 with none of the recently publicized donations included No contributions were listed GOP Political School Mrs Estelle Tanner of Jefferson City GOP national committeewoman from Missouri rings an old fashioned school bell as she calls to order the first Republican school of politics held at Spring field Left to right are Arch Bay Greene county GOP chairman and Albert B Her man executive director of the Republican National committee Washington DC Standing Scott Trayior Springfield member of the Young Republicans Fred Steuck Jefferson City and F Trow Bauer Washington DC Associated Press Photo Say British Plan Activity to Seat Red China in UN Lie Heads Campaign As Common Sense To End Boycott LONDON June British government to day was reported shaping up plans to take an active role in the campaign to oust the Nationalist Chinese and seat Bed China in the United Na tions Church Sends Bible Instead of Smokes To Robert Taylor NEW YORK June Robert Taylor now in Rome will have to get along I without his favorite brand of American cigarettes Herman Revis pilot of a j plane owned by the general council of the Assembly of God church Springfield said today at Idlewild airport wartime navy ask ed him to take the cigarettes to Rome But the church is opposed to smoking Revis said adding there was not one shred of to bacco aboard the plane which is carrying 23 pilgrims to the Holy Land by way of Rome and other European cities In Springtield international headquarters President hotel here was shot j news service operator William and Killed today as he was en tering his office Police were holding a man j The state candidates fund con i tained a total of all receiv ed from labor unions and all spent by the end of the genera election campaign in November identified as Earl G Murrell 37 formerly of Carthage who had been a room clerk at the i 1948 hotel inMarch and April this year The CIO or its affiliated unions Dean was shot four times were reported however to have n ij contributed about 350000 to tnej Democratic campaigns in souri in 1948 The only fund i that Ragland handled into which j Disc Shaped Object Said to Have Been Seen at Air Base Saucer Makes Five Passes at Beacon At Edge of Field j the rest of the CIO money could have gone would be the Smith fund OAKLAND Calif June 21 AP The Oakland Tribune said a disc shaped object j roaring at an estimated speed I of 1000 to 1500 miles an hourj Murrell was arrested after a of several block by Cy Hedlund a sales manager and several bellboys Caught By Police Murrell was captured by of ficers who were cruising the q t 4 jmade five passes near Harnili downtown iistrict in a patrol j conference Iton air force early today car The afraid tcM Springs W Va is ex The newspaper quoted three j close in on ihe taan who sail pected back Slmday Ragland said j air force noncommissioned offi eif the governor ordered him to cers who said the flying sauc public the Smith campaign er shooting blue fiarne and i House Sends Senate New Rent Lid Bill Covering Rest of 50 WASHINGTON June House passed and sent to the Senate today a com promise bill extending federal rent controls until next Dec 31 with an additional six months optional with cities The roll call vote was 174 to 145 with Republicans general ly opposing the bilL The present rent control pro gram expires at the end of this month President Truman had requested a oneyear exten sion without restrictions Recovers Articles Man Claims Were Taken From Him Sheriff Finds Goods At Cafe Following Aileged Theft policemen down They men ov Murrell i Police said employes contributions he would do so at the 52000 Put Into Box Snel told them a man hiding behind a pillar on the mezzanine Imder ivfcssoun law candidates floor fired on Dean as he was not have to show where their morn campaign money comes from butj they must show how much they i spent and what it was for Ragland said the S2000 receiv l in cash from Molasky was not his office this president of Hotel Mens a put in any fund entering ing Dean was Kansas City ciation Stories Conflict Police said Murrell told them he shot the hotel executive be cause Dean had caused him to lose iobs in hotels in various cities Deluding Coffeyville Kas where he last worked I wasnt able to take it any lice as saying sar the shooting I 1 nnn nf iwith a roar like thunder dived near a beacon just north of the field i Hamilton field is 25 miles north of San Francisco Corp Roger G Pryor a con trol tower operator at the field said he saw a blue fiarne shoot ing out as the saucer flashed I by from the southwest and He said he did not know the Beaded northeast money came from Molasky but he Llke FahnS star Knife Fight Case To Be Turned Over Archie L Burns Held Following Affray in Which 3 Injured The alleged knifewielding case of Archie Lee Burns 1700 Madi son street will be turned over to U N Trygve Lie as a common sense means of getting Russia to end the boycott she has clamped on 30 U S organs in anger over the China representation question Lie announced at Lake Success last night that he is returning to i Europe shortly to make a speech j July 3 in London and to visit j the summer session of the EconoI j mic and Social council in Geneva i May See New Policy The decision on Britains new policy may emerge at the Geneva meeting ii Russia or her satellites again challenge the right of the i Nationalists to sit for China In the past Britain has abstained j in votes on the China question although the British recognized the Red regime at Peiping last Janu ary after severing relations with Chiang KaiShek Red China was held off from exchanging diplomats with Britain and prodded the British to help on the Russianled projectto get the Chinese Communist delegates into the U N Action Follows Talks Using a search warrant issued After Lies previous talks with by Magistrate Foster S Wheatly British government leaders on his at the request of Louis Brunner i savetheU N Mission to Wash Sheriff 3en Markway yesterday j ington London Parisjmd Moscow found four articles which Bruni Foreign ner saici had security council The search was made at a cafe location at 100 Lafayette street William Kehman who formerr ly operated z restaurant at Brun ners Bolivar street address is renting the restaurant location at 100 Lafayette street and has to now nounsd ne planstoopep a cafei affirmative vptes are there according to tne buildings needed fo seat Reds in rr i for the Assem The campaign is headed by Wies of God the Rev Bert SecretaryGeneral Webb assistant said Sevis was carrying a Bibe with Taylors name en graved in gold on it as a pres ent for the film actor Webb said church officials didnt forbid Revis to take Tay lor the cigarettes but rather discouraged it Secretary Ernest Bevin Mildebrand to Waif ForEagles Reply To Mayors letter Local Aerie Expels Patrolman Saying He Violated Oath Patrolman Qtio N Hildehrand who received notice yesterday from the Jefferson City Aerie Tydings States File Tampering Claim Unproved Declares McCarthys Charges Unsustained By FBI Investigation WASHINGTON June Senator Tydings D Md said today the FBI has found nothing to sustain charges by Senator McCarthv RWis that State depart ment loyalty files have been tampered with and papers re moved McCarthy charged the files had been raped at the time President Truman agreed recently to let Senateinvestigators look over the data gathered on the loyalty of some 81 department em ployes Tydings told a news conference that McCarthys charge was not sustained by the facts He said his statement was based on a re port from the Justice department and an examination of the files by the FBI Talk With Peurifoy The Maryland lawmaker is chairman of a Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee which is investigating McCarthys charges that the department harbors Communists and feflow travelers Tydings discussed the files jsituation after the committee had spent more thantwo hours behind closed doors with John E Peurifoy deputy undersecre 2693 of the Fraternal Order been taken from a i announced Britain would support ke bis k owns at 414 Bolivar Red China zor membership in the spdiritv council tary of state Tydings declined to discuss Peurifoys testimony Peurifoy went before the com itnittee to make a formal reply of Eagles ct his expulsion irom to McCarthys charge that ha the order said today he weald j made a payoff deal with a key to the club and his former State department p receipt until an an ploys who was a defendant in That council has been idle most iswer is received to Mayor merasia secret 01 the I walked II council nations recognize Red i time since Russia first out Jan 10 Five of the rence Ltitkewittes letter to the Grand Aerie in Kansas City A letter received by Hildebranc for vio the security council Lie has been Also located at 100 Lafayette working behind the scenes to swing street is the Capital City Venetian other votes including those ot Blind company is not France and Egypt with the hope volved in the case j of settling the question by the A date for a hearing regarding end of July the finding of the allegedly stolen j The United States has announc items has not been set Prosecutj ed it will not support Red China ing Attorney James T Riley rei but will not try to veto a majority irents case Denies Charge Peurifoy has denied it in a public statement Re told re porters before his session with the senators that he would re peat his derokirto Jh6m The f coming teg TJsbee decision and credited it to no fund In Washington air force head1 wifes parents on Hough Park Later he said SI700 of those quarters said it had received no road shortly after 7 pm yester information about the incident i day and wounded Mr and Mrs i two members of the Jasper Coun 1 purely Don Adamson of Webb Citv spokesman said if the base hospital for a gashed thumb i Burns and Baldwin received ireat ment for face and head lacera ions and planned noaction because j John Baldwin and himself Mrs it is nurelv a local matter ABaldwin was treated at St Snp ea Dean va abou 10 counij eommittee and the rest eluded after a study of strange i Dean A as about 10 used fQJ miscellaneous ex sightings air analyses indicated He died several i Pcnses rell sh ed the office feet irside his office when the blast hit him minutes later i Saw Son Fall 1 The father of the hotel tive Frank J Dean Sr said he was in his office next to that ofi his son and was just leaving the hotel to go to a meeting As he j out of his office be said i he heard four shots and saw his son fall almost at his feet I think he died immediately the father said At police headquarters Murrell nervously smoked cigarettes as de tectives and uniformed police iopage statement that he had searching for its base over 31700 to the Jasper Last year the air force Police arrested Burns and Judge trfic some bingo boards but became necessary because he had vio lated his obligations as a mem ber This violation Rolfes said made the expulsion compulsory When informed that Lutkewitte last night announced he intended to send a nrotest to the Grand I Aerie of FOE at Kansas City ST LOUIS June Rolfes said I dont see its really fhe articles are in Wheatlys i Bill DeWitt president of the St any of the mayors business We to the raid on club vu TVV I June 9 which was led by Hildewhjch jnvoived alleged theft of brand hundreds of confidential govern Vince Rolfes who was papers as part of its gen dent of the local aerie at the erai investigation of McCarthys time of the raid said last night accusations of Communism in at Loose Creek that state department brands expulsion was not a rej jn April President Truman suit of the raid in which officers gave tne Senate Inquiry corn seized four slot machines and mttee access to State deoart for covering light bulbs had taken from the Bolivar street property He identified an exi haust fan and three globes found at the property rented by Hehi man as his Says Browns May Leave St Louis possession was held in the Cole county jail I rent 1 today Lou Brunner recently won a have r judgment in magistrate court less it against Hehman his wife Ade fr0m fans here I nas nothing to do with the city 12rKejlineand Charles Reed for back He added that during thepast or city officials As far as the ment loyalty files on 81 persons accused by McCarthy of being proCommunists risks on other Communists or security grounds To End Study Sunday The committee has been ex amining those files at the White House for the last two months Tydings said comolete its the group will examination by 1 TT it tUillUICVC 1LA jis Browns says the clubmay are a fraternal organization with night e to move to another city unour own constitution and obhgai Mr reieased the files receives better support j tions This member s expulsion 11 th cornmittee after McCar nntViCMir iIm TinTh thy had statea repeatedly that jthe saucer NearRecord Pork Supplies Predicted WASHINGTON June Fighting in Yard i Arrnrriinf tn tho nnlice the vestigation before deciding reports were based I Accoramg to tne pouce me charges knifeattack occurred alter a OI chase by poUce from Burns home where he allegedly had beaten his wife and fled their nine days i old and the other about two j three were ordered to several months responsible inter its in six different cities have iquired about the possibility of vacate the property June 15 ests j Riley said he plans further ini inqui ma don proof of his charges could be T oruui Vi iu uudigeij uuuiu ue yors protest is concerned Ijound in the state t think hell get very far n in the socalled record and in the socalled on misinterpretation conven tional objects resulting from masshysteria or were due to hoaxes ThunderLike Roar Two months ago the defense department reported none of the working on any de years old Police said when they arrived if not record peace act V iUCa CO w rviiig CLLIJ T J t vice which might fit the firing the Hough Park road home Burns already had slashea his saucer caegor hand and was 1 Traffic Accident Brings Fine Lawrence McPike 32 East McCarty street was fined j 7 buying the Browns franchise No move is afoot at this time i to sell the club DeWitt said We dont St Louis vertising Club meeting But we as may have to some day unless we ness if he was expelled for some i receive better support at the other reason thats anotner mat i gate j The Browns president 404 i today the feelers raw files of the FBI The declined to re Rolfes said he did not know Hildebrand lease the basic FBI records He In answer to Rolfes iutkewitte that to do SQ crippl c wuu i saia mat to ao so wouia cripnie nt want to move out of said tnis mormng if Hjldebrana FBJ smear people DeWitt told aa Adi was expelled for doing his autj wrecv the federal lovaltT hlnb meeting But we I as a police officer it is my busi tne Ieaeral 10aky j ees of the fromon charges in Baltimoredevices Following the raid lour trust program Calls it Phony Offering McCarthy then charged that the State department files had Tribune said the airmen supplies of pork next fall j The big volume should be acjlars in following companied by a down turn in pork j The men said the disc was ac crowded about him He was quotj prices from the seasonal summeri companied by a roar like thun ed by police as saying he had time peak jder and the blue flame looked as saying been working at the Dale hotel in j Thg report Of increased pig proI like an acetylene torchThey de Cofteyville and was afraid of jduction comes on top of an earlier scribed its approach altitude at losing his job there because of department forecast of larger between 2000 and 5000 feet He aid not elaborate as to of beef next winj now Dean coula cause mm to lose ter than ast Together they add Navy Man Promoted up to considerably larger meat WASHINGTON June i supplies for consumers his jobs Farther of Three Murrell was quoted as saying he had been forced to quit at thei950 spring pjg crop at 60 079 000 i the Hotel President because of stomj nead an increase Of three per cent year s Burns landing on top on McCarty street about 1 14 aoubleheaders a m today and ran into an i Park tnis f ason4 and denuded said they were inadequate i Police noted j to provide a basis for getting at gress on the the truth He called it a phony raid began j offering of phony files slot machines j Tydings said today that when room i McCarthy made those charges Lutkewitte said in his letter to I he Tydings asked the Justice at bportsman s j thg Grand Aerie that in the at frowns naie department to examine f President Truman today nomi1 ach trouble and had worked various hotels since At each 153436000 head place he worked he said Dean was responsible for the loss of his job Dean was married and left three I children two of them twins Murrell was quoted by police as saying Yesterday I went to my home I in Carthage and got my gun Then this morning I came to Kansas i City on the train arriving here j about I took a cab up town to see Dean I asked Dean several times Todays report estimated the nated Arieigh A Burke one of armed services and again had to be subdued beto make the turn south into La fore they could take him to the layette Notations on the arrest hospital I stated McPike said he was The infant was found on the I going too fast to make the cor seat of the Burns automobile ner In an accident last night Joe 111 13SL n i row formate the pocketkmfe allegedly over jast years spring crop promotion to the temporary grade i used b Burns the I of rear admiral I lice said Cloren 605 Marshall street 73 Attending from Capital City Boys State Teaching Youths Intricacies of Government was arrested on a charge of running a stop sign and causing Burns was placed in the Cole I an accident Police said Cioren county jail More Warm Weather Predicted for Area drove north on Dunklin street and failed to stop at Dunklin and Highway 50 west about p m yesterday Clorens car and one driven i by Roy j Ward 50 of 306 Clay A little more in the warmingj street collided Damage of Safe Cracked in Lamar LAMAR June safe at the Medlin brothers au tomobile agency was robbed of in currency last night The summary 400pound safe had been moved 100 feet from the front office to each Missouri Of the 81 files to ascertain whe Senator McCarthys char ges were true Pevton Ford an assistant to bandits slot the aUOrney general replied to I am writing this in a plea d Tydings said that a study for justice for the ousted officer FBI shows the and also because I believe the ciic Grand Aene oisapproves ot the summary ouster of the policeman I are they have skeletonized I feel as mayor of this city the least the Grand Aerie can not or tampered with the rear door of the garage I do is to thoroughly sift all of the where it was pried open garage tools with I circumstances i proceeding surrounding this Continued on Page 2 Col 2 up process for Jefferson City is j was donc to Clorens right front in store tomorrow the weatherj fender and Wards left door man predicted today Was damaged by police es He said the high should be tirmp Thirteen Jefferson City youths j ard Heisinger a Clark City coup1 near g0 degrees with the low e learning the intricacies ofjcilman Lonnie Schreiber Persh night m the upper gos c and local governj ing City councilman Spencer i The mercury had reached 82 MO in bmall Change WEATHER Jefferson City and Central Mis souri Partly cloudy and warm tonight and tomorrow Low to night in the upper 60s high to morrow near 90 Temperature Midnight65 8 am74 2 am62 10 am77 4 Noon80 6 am61 2 pm8J In hours ending at 7 am Missouri Klrer Kansas City H5 Rise 11 Boonvillc151 Rise 05 Jrfforjon City 155 Rise 08 Hermann 151 Rise 20 River lakr of tht OzarRs 573 no chg St ThomM I J nc jitcicuiv ijdu merit tnis week as they run mock Thomas Lewis City councilman degrecs at 2 p m todav the first i governments at the Missouri Boysj Sam Leubbert state senator and j d f summer after dVopping to1 i State in Boonville Crowder City treasurer John j Seven of them according to Rcnkin state senator from Boone releases from Boonville have been City James Holzhauser Barton elected to various offices and one county probate judge Paul Meyer Gene Boucher councilman in Byron Wolverton Jack Zimmer mythical Clark City is a candi date on the Federalist slate for supreme court judge The pri maries were held yesterday and the general election is set for to morrow Nine Capital City organizations man Bill Tweedie Jr Arlie Robb Dick Groner and Boucher Three of the boys are sponsored by the Legion two each by the Eagles and Elks clubs and one each by the Legion auxiliary Ca tholic club Karim Khan Grotto are sponsoring the trips of the i Knights of Columbus Scottish youths from here at the Amerij Rite club and Lions club can Legions functional citizen Boys State got under way last ship training course j Satufdav and will end next Sat Attending from here are Rich urday 61 degrees this morning Baseball Scores BROOKLYN June 21 Lowreys dou ble with the bases loaded in the top of the ninth scored three runners and gave the Cincinna ti Reds a 65 victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers today Wil lard Ramsdell third of five Redleg hurlcrs was credited with the triumph over his for mer mates From Lewis Landrum reported to Held in Trust Spanish American War Vets File Petition to Claim Funds Six persons including one en tire family drowned this morn ing in the Gasconade river near Cooper Hill in Osage county ac cording to the State Highway Pa trol Details of the accident were Funds which have been gather Vest Stephens for recruitment not available by midafternoon at inc interest for nearly 40 yearscosts and to reimburse officers Troop F headquarters The call were sought today by Missouris and enlisted men who paid their to check the accident was recerv Snanish War veterans in a peti own recruitment expenses ed at Troop F at and the filpH in circuit court Successive governors were dej drownings are thought to have AH in One Family Die as Six Drown tion filed in circuit court halfhour earl UIJJIltLtJlti itJJUJ ifiJll IJICtl 111 WWMA 1 police this morning the theft ofj The Department of Missouri signaled as tnistees of the iunds j occurred about a in small change from hisunited Spanish War An act of May 11 1908 provid ler tr i u desk drawer at Landrums according to five ofits officers ed all claims must be in prior to Dead are Frank Hassler 40 his dairy 418 Bolivar street some is the only logical group to whom Jan 1 1910 Since that time the wife Laverne 35 and their chxl time between 6 p m yesterday can be paid approximately have lam in the banks dren Mary 8 and Theresa 6 aU and 8 a m today i 000 being held in trust by Govvault of Bland and Walter Kviatkow CQiri imith The petition points out neither ski and Josephine Sak of fet Landrum said the drawer was Forrest Smith forced open He added entry evi1 The governor is dently was gained by breaking j fendant in the petition ner of thebuilding Central Missouri Trust company found fingerprints on j were turned over to the state aft Sak Sak the broken pane this morning er the 189899 war to be disburs The petition points out listed as de the federal nor state government Louis Andrew has a claim on the money and de Surviving are Andrew clares the Spanish War vets an husband of one of he the only valid claimants and Sophja and Edvvard It asks periodic payments be kwsra niece and brother of an and turned the pane over to the cd by Missouris governors Iney State Highway Patrol for study were to pay wartime Gov Lon made out of the to theother of the victims state organization for War veterans Spanish I The nine were all in the same I boat the patrol reported   

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