Racine Journal Times, June 15, 1951, Page 4

Racine Journal Times

June 15, 1951

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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - June 15, 1951, Racine, Wisconsin China Aims to Conquer World, European From Canton Reports HONG KONG—(J*)—A prominent European, just arrived after years in Canton, said Chinese Communists told him: “We’re not afraid of the atom bomb. We’re going to lick tile American Army and then, with Russia, we’re going to conquer the world in two years.” That, said the European, was last fall and he was puzzled. Three weeks later the Chinese Reds intervened in the Korean war. The European asked not to be named because his agency still operates in Red China. His official duties gave him almost daily contact with the highest Red officials. He continued: “All evidence in Canton is that the Reds really are preparing for war. Since February the number of troops has been growing daily, and they train daily within the city. “Planes fly over the city all day long. * They used to appear in twos and threes, but now they fly in groups of eight or IO. “At least several hundred Russians are in Canton. “Most of them are Air Force officers, they don’t wear uniforms, but they are no longer quiet about what they are doing.” The informant said the people think the Chinese are winning in Korea, since officials release good news or none at all. The European declared the west’s only hope of preventing world war is to “find a way of smashing Communism before China’s youth is completely sold, “Two more years and it will be too late,” he asserted. Seek to Extradite Waukegan Woman WAUKEGAN, 111. — UP) — A hearing on extradition proceedings will be held Tuesday for Mrs. Irma Sari ch, 48, Waukegan, charg ed with third degree murder after an alleged abortion resulted in the death of a baby. Mrs. Sarich is accused of performing an illegal operation on a 32-year-old Cottage Grove, Wis woman June I in a Kenosha hotel. She has denied the charge and refused to waive extradition. .    14    x 20 GARAGE $545 WOBK KUSA lim AnUtUi RACINE JOURNAL - TMM MHr, Im ll HOK GARDENERS ATTENTION I For tho Finest in Geraniums - Petunias - Annuals Vegetable Plants « Tuber Begonias AT MOUCH) PRICK! Stop of— TAYLOR AVE. GREENHOUSE rOrOtOfr/ wDifTlfl f 1040 TAYLOR AVENUE JACK DI CHRISTOPHER Legion 40 et 8 Elects Officers At a promenade of Voiture Locale 497, 40 et 8 of the American Legion Thursday night, Jack DI Christopher was elected chef de gare. He is a past commander of the Harvey R. Hansen Legion Post 310 and during World War II served in the Army in the European theater. Other officers elected are Frank Volz, chef de train; Hector Paton, oonducteur; Elmer Hillberg, com-missaire intendant; William Berros, aumonier; Robert Kubli, commis voyageur; James Sweetman, garde de la porte; Thomas Yentz, lam-piste; Matt Weber, Charles Jan-ecky and Elwood Creuziger, chemi-nots. Voiture 497 will assist in conducting a wreck at Lake Geneva on June 23 at which time ll PG’s from Racine County will be wrecked. The affair is being conducted in connection with the American Legion First District conference which will be held at the resort city on Saturday and Sunday. Hides in Tavern, Escapes With $87 A thief got away with $87 from the Kelly’s Korner Tavern, 1632 Prospect St., early this morning. He apparently hid in the basement until the tavern closed, then emptied a register of its cash. Policeman George Erickson discovered the theft while pa tilling his beat. A side door was open and all the drawers behind the back bar were flung open. Coproprietor Mike Zioarelli said he closed all doors and windows when he left. His partner, Mike Ben-criscutto, had left the premises earlier in the evening. Zicarelli said he left $351 in checks and cash in the register. Police found the checks, totaling $264, intact. Sgt. Ernest Scholz reported there were footprints in the basement around the coal bin. He said indications were the thief went into the basement while the tavern was still open and raided the register after closing time. NO GREATER LOVE WASHINGTON—(ZP)— First Lt. Samuel S. Coursen of Madison, N. J., gave his life to save one of his wounded men in a savage battle in Korea. He has been awarded the Medal of Honor. Gen. Omar Bradley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will present the medal to Coursen’s 14-month-old •on at a Pentagon ceremony June 21. 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