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   Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - February 25, 1954, Madison, Wisconsin                                DIAL 63111 WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25 1954 SECTION 1 PAGE 3 State in Tschudy Ruling Filed An appeal of a lower court decision giving Mra Dorothy Tschudy Monroe permission to adopt the baby Jeffrey was filoil with the State Supreme Court late Wednesday afternoon Asst Ally Gen William Plata representing the State De partment of Public Welfare fileM the necessary papers with Supreme Court Cleric Arthur McLeod to get the case before the hish court during the French Capture Reds Fortress Take Bastion 11 Miles from Hanoi HANOI If French Union forces fighting savagely with Bayonets and knives captured a Communist fortress 11 miles out side Hanoi Wednesday and forged ahead on other farflung fronts in TndoChina Gen Rene Cocny threw pow erful units of his northern forces Into x tankled and artillery backed drive against some 70000 Red guerrillas Infesting the rire rich Red River delta He scored his first victory at But Thap just outside this Ton klnesc capital His assault forces found it honey combed with fox h o 1 es under ground passages and camouflaged machine sun nests At twi light smoke from it birninK bamboo houses darkened he Hanoi horizon Other French units gained ground against withdrawing Rfd units in northern Laos above Luang Prabnng in the moun tains of central annam and COGNY the South Annamese along coast Cognys forces first moved In on But Thap plastering it with artillery and tank fire After all resistance seemed quelled the Trench commanders decided to camp amid theruins Suddenly two companies of rebels emerccd from under irround hideouts and attacked wltli knives and bayonets The FranroVlet Nam soldiers seized Iheir own bayoneti ind rifles to rlub and slash the rurrrillas until all were killed or captured in northern Laos French planes pounded the Communist 308th Division regrouping north ofLuang Prabang and showing signs of pulling out of the king dom French patrols ranged farther north nf the capital city in the wake of the withdrawing units that had reached its gates Registration Slated for UW Play Hour Additional registrations for court during the present term Morrison Rulinr The state is appealing a de cision by County Judge Elton J Morrison Portage giving the 29 yearold widow permission to adopt the boy His decision overruled a welfare de partment order requiring Mrs Tschudy to give up Baby Jeffrey McLcod said the list of cases lo be argued before the court had already been drawn and the states cases probably would not be argued until May plau filed only the required papers lo gel the matter before Ihc courl The remainder of the voluminous court record prob ably will not be ready for an other three weeks or more StUl in Foster Home Jeffrey is still in a foster home supervised by the state and attorneys for Mrs Tachudy Oscar Toebaas Madison and Jo seph Vlncy Monroe have not in dicated whether they will at tempt to have the boy returned to her before the high court makes a final ruling JeEfrey laken from Mrs Tschudy by the welfare depart ment after her husband Vernon died early last year and before the adopiiqn could be complet ed The Tschudys had been fos ter parents lo the youngster in their home at Albany and haa t from ftcr plotcs lied an application for adoption rom w T Evjuc publisher t before Mr Tschudys death h Capiui TimcSi and CCrtai Teen Gestapo Gang Revealed in Milwaukee Theft MILWAUKEE IP The past existence of a brownshirted Gestapolike gang has been of wealthy revealed in Iraternlly refuse the resignation Hopp also announced Wednes fl J a hearing for two youths In the d lnat telegraphed wltt Iheft of from a suburban McCarthy Theres No Reason to Be Sod Dog of Week 9 Funny how all the dogs se lected by a State Journal pho tographer as the Dog of the Week always looks so sad Take the doj here for in looks like a candi date for the dog in the old say ing till the lut dog li hunj But chances are she wont look that way vepy long be cause State Journal DOBS of the Week are turning out to be just about the most popular canines in the Madison area Last weeks dogs picture had hardly hit the paper when the calls started coming In In three days mare than 100 were received at the city dor pound 702 Wlnjri dr Calls came from as far away ai Wisconsin Dells Mineral Point and Mazomanle Last weeks lucky mutt went to John Slack Waunakee for All Dogs of the Week can be had for a small fee to If they are not adopted they are turned over to the University of Wisconsin This weeks dog is a collie mix a female and about 8 months old She was picked up by Max Coons county humane officer Saturday on Route 3 Madison All dots whoie pictures hfcve appeared In The State Journal as the of the WeeV have rone to good homes The sad faced black and white above hopes shell be as lucky lOQ tflC against bootUg car Ford MotorCo quickly Joined Both GM President Barlow H Curtice and Ford Prosidenl Henry Ford II issued veiled ultimatums that any found bootlegging cars would face possible loss of their chlses Bootleg automobiles fte toryfregh cars sold by a new car dealer to a used car lot at near cost and then retailed prices far helow standard The customer gets a low price but he is less likely to receive full benefit of the warranty and other services which purchase from fran Sad Eyes Hope for New Home Journ al Staff Photo by Duvld N Fraternity Heads Resignation Move May Be Hocked The University of Wisconsin journalism fraternity started an effort Wednesday to refuse td ac cept presidents ion at a meeting tonight Conrad Fink 21 Lindslrorn Minn a parttime WIBA em ploye submitted his resignation Monday as president of Sigma Delta Chi He said he was re signing to absolve the fraterni from guilt after protests certain Journalism School faculty mem bers over an invitation he sent to Sen Joseph McCarthy R Wisi to be guest of honor at he Sigma Delta Chi Gridiron banquet on Apr 7 Duane Hopp Sheboygan chair nan of he banquet and Mann ng Bookstaff Milwaukee sec retary of the fraternity said hey would recommend that the Suit for 600 Puts Brotherhood to the Test Here The spirit of Brotherhood Week was not evident in Circuit Court Wednesday afternoon RS testi mony began in a assault and battery civil case filed by two brothers against each other Leonard Auchtuiip Rio farmer started the suit aKaiiixt his broth er Bernard Auchtunc Marshall farmer asking damages for a skull fracture and other injuries he received July 7 1952 when he claimed Bernard struck him without provocation Bernard fited 1 counterclaim asking damages from his Alvih C Reis is presiding Attys Lowell T and Betty Lou Thron son Madison represent Bernard Auchlung and the brother is rep resented by Attys Vaughn S and Kenneth H Conway Barahoo brother whom he claimed ob Captured MIGl 5 Jet Demonstrated in Ohio DAYTON O A captured Russianbuilt Mig15 jet fighter was examined and photographed on the ground and in the air Wednesday by 30 newsmen plus movie cameramen The press demonstration part of the jet fighters first public flight in the United States lasted about three minutes and some moviemen complained the stubby JJlULllLl Hi v i at i inu vv Hliritiit tained the tid of a son and soncraft moved too fast to follow inlaw Herman AuclHung and Glen Losey to strike him with out cause The light occurred at Bernards Capt H E Tom Collins crack tester for the Wright Air Development Center at WriglH Auto Industry Wars Against Bootleg1 Dealers chised dealer him Curtice termed the practice t cancerous growth malig nancy which It it is aot stopped will eat away the very viUlx of your bunlriMs and ours Whether bootlegging be the cause or the effect it not un i GiJii IDSQG Blueprint your savings too Saving ihould bt part of plan for every family When you open saving account you put savinjii Into your il nanclnl blue prints The lor 1 Hurt now 3 however nnial and 3 regular watch your pnnU come s reality I THE bank of MADISON practice may not be fulfilling his contractual obMgstlong to the corporation Curtice said Bootlegging in cars started growing towards the nd of 1953 at time when the industry ap peared to have overproduced it self unable to sell carg at retail got rid of them by sell ing to used car dealers n other sections of the country for frac tion of profit BeUt MW rfrfinf it t hmeddown leader MI ftfectire leatbr run FIDWIM dbit tporo Mtd new collar Attign Uolined to oedc tok mod fttxibfe YOUNG IOCAS IN SHOES South Carroll Madison Saturday afternoon play hours at Lathrop hall may be made Sat urday the University of Wiscon sin womens physical education department announced The program is tiom 2 0 1 n m and open to all Madison children in grades three through six Fee for the fourweek series POTATOES AND RADIATION LARAMIE Wyo UP Unl verslty of Wyoming extension service partiologists are testing the effects of radiation on ring rot bacteria that affects potatoes home MacWilliam Weldon II 17 suburban Fox Point pleaded guilty through his attorneys to delinquency in childrens court Tuesday George Michael Nauert 17 suburban Whitefish Bay pleaded innocent to the charge He was accused of abetting the theft from the home of attorney Syd ney C Charney two days after Christmas It was brotfght out in the hear ing late Tuesday that a group of North Shore boys had belonged to the gang called the Royalist Nazi Regime which patterned Itjiclf after the Nazi Gestapo The gang met in the Fox Point home of a 19yearold leader it was revealed It later changed itsmame to the Cavaliers and in cluded in number several students who attended wealthy private schools North Shore police officials said the gang now has disbanded Veldon admitted taking a safe containing money from Char ncys home Judge John J Ken ney made an immediate finding of delinquency because Weldon will be 18 on Feb 28 and out of the jurisdiction of childrens court Kenncy continued Naiievts case until Mar 5 and said he might act on Weldotis case that time Nauert accused of furnish ing the floor plan of the Char ney home but said he did not know it was to be used in a theft I Hopp said he received tele gram from the senator saying he could not give an acceptance tii McCarthy that could not hold open because of a printers dead line for the invitations and pro Discover the cheerful taste of tiw Worlds Largest Selling Kentucky Whiskey More man enjoy OM Sunny Brook Blend Straight thtai tny other Kentucky whiskey in world TryityouwiUtool Brook BRAND as its BOTH 36 PROOF KENTUCKY BLENDED WHISKEY CONTAINS 60 CRAlN NEUTRAL SPIRITS BOTH de SONSi MADISON DISTRIBUTORS the Mig tor the sixth of town of York farm where Leon takeoff and two ards son Herman also lived Sen the fralernit its commitment lo the inviation because he has no knowledge before the Senate Thunday Shoppers Lunehcqn Hoait Yourvil Turkey Whipped Potatoes Gihlet Gravy Raisin Drewinx Cranberry Orinfie Snlao nn Lettuce Hot BuUeir 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