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Albert Lea Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune Albert Lea Minnesota volume la number 171 full let de wire Newt report of Hie associated press daily and sunday Albert Lea Minnesota. Friday. June 23. 1950 ten Page s cents i Bart lest theatre wins a Bank night test Case state supreme court reverses a a judge Nelson St. Paul. Up in a 4 to 2 decision the Minnesota supreme court today approved a Bank night drawings in an Albert Lea motion picture theater which awarded Cash prizes to Lucky per sons. The High court reversed judge Martin a. Nelson of Freeborn county District court and ruled that the Albert Lea amusement corporation operators of the new Broadway theater in Albert Lea was sponsoring a a a valid and a die Gale plan. Associate justices Leroy e. Matson and Oscar Knutson both dissented contending that today a decision was a a repudiation of a previous ruling by the High court. In 1937 the Minnesota supreme court in a 4 to 3 decision ruled that a so called a ten owing scheme at the lyceum theater in St. Paul was illegal. Notified by authorities some time prior to the present action. County attorney Rudolph Hanson and sheriff c. G. Lindahl notified the amusement company that criminal proceedings would be instituted if it did cease to operate its a gift because of this threat the theater operators discontinued the drawings and started court action. A $50 Cash prize was Given away on a stated night each week. If the Lucky person was present the prizes accumulated until they reached a total of $400. A person would Register in the theater lobby without purchasing an admission ticket. If a participant wished to be present at the time of the drawing he Wai required to Purchase an admission ticket associate Justice Thomas f. Gallagher who wrote the majority decision pointed out that courts of a number of states have held there is no statutory violation of lottery Laws where no consideration is paid by anyone for the right to participate in a Chance to win a rift a a consideration involved Justice Gallaghur emphasized that in the plan at the lyceum theater then owned by the Schubert theater players co., the supreme court ruled it illegal because participants paid a a a consideration for the right to win a gift. A registration in the lobby is the sole requirement for eligibility a Justice Gallagher said a Only one registration is permitted each person. Presence within the theater gives no greater or additional Opportunity for Success no coupons issued a tickets to the theater performance May be purchased but no coupons of participation Are at co minued on Page 2� a can you hear me a Edwin t. Murphy 44, Tucson Salesman Calls softly to his daughter Patricia 12, who is in the 38th Day of coma following injury in an automobile Accident the father goes to her Hospital bedside at Tucson Ariz twice daily in an Effort to arouse her. Weather Minnesota partly Cloudy. Cooler North and West portions this afternoon entire state tonight and in Southeast portion saturday. Local thundershowers Southeast portion this afternoon or Early tonight j Low tonight 50 Northwest to 60 Southeast. High saturday 70 Northwest to 80 Southeast. Iowa partly Cloudy warm and humid becoming cooler and less humid extreme North this afternoon and in North and West portions tonight and saturday. La it Cal thundershowers Central portion this afternoon in Southeast half of the state tonight and in Southeast portion saturday. Low tonight 55 60 Northwest 70 a 75 Southeast. High saturday 80 Northwest 90 Southeast. Local temperatures maximum thursday 84. Minimum thursday morning 65. Minimum this morning 66. Yesterdays weather a Phenix 103 71 1.03 Wash. 87 St Edmon. 87 45 of .13 Regina 76 is .04 .43 the a 56 48 1.48 la win Peg b7 St look to future Britain Hopes to have atomic Power in 5 years Harwell eng., apr sir John cock loft director of the gaint new Harwell atom research Laboratory says Britain May have a practical atomic Power Plant in Quot four or five Cockroft revealed yesterday that researchers at Harwell with this goal in View Are trying to figure out new ways to produce plutonium atom bomb ingredients faster and Blore efficiently. He said his scientists already have worked out a new Way of getting uranium out of uranium Ore More economically. Thrown open to press the vast Harwell Laboratory was thrown open to the press for the first time yesterday. Top atom scientists showed american and european newsmen a no russians or East europeans were invited their 110-Inch underground Cyclotron their House High atomic pile and Many of their formerly secret processes. Few key facts or figures were disclosed however. A major product of the atomic pile consists of radioactive isotopes which give off rays used in the fight against disease. A spokesman said they can be produced so cheaply that they Are rapidly displacing High Cost Radium As a disease fighter. Cockroft told the visitors that Britain May have atom powered ships and submarines within the next to years. He showed them drawings of an atomic submarine and said Harwell scientists Are conducting an intensive search for materials to use in building atomic ship Power units. Rare metals like beryllium and titanium Are getting close attention he said. Newsman gives views although no Eastern european newsmen were in the party a correspondent for the communist London daily worker was present. The worker correspondent Peter Fyer summed up the visit saying a there was nothing on View Here already known to any sixth Grade science my we id surveys shorn tresses mrs. Jean Conrad above37, surveys shorn tresses in her Waukegan Iii., Home june 21. Police said Ber estranged husband Michael c. Conrad 41, abducted her brought her to his Rockford Iii. Home and Cut off her Long red hair later forcing her to snip his own hair. Police returned Conrad an sex convict to Waukegan on a disorderly conduct warrant which his wife had issued several months ago. A wire photo Road orders an embargo on freight Rock Bland Here refuses to take goods after noon the Rock Island Railroad Here created a freight embargo at noon today in anticipation of the american federation of labors switch men a Union strike called for 6 . Sunday against five Western and Midwest railroads. A Rock Island official Here said that his office will accept freight for shipment after noon today. The strike will affect nine men in the area the official said. Eight switchman and one Coal Shute operator will be called off the Job by the strike. Called a test strike the official called the walkout a a test strike where the Union is striking against a few railroads in the nation rather than All of them. Business men in Albert Lea were asked by the Railroad to wire their congressmen in Hopes that the strike could be averted. A i done to know if the business men sent the telegrams or a the official said. Solid Block or through trains will be Able to go through Albert Lea but where switching is required freight service will be stopped cold. Officials May work the Railroad May Call on its executive personnel to switch the trains. A this was tried in the past a the official said a but without the official said that he did no to know whether the clerical help will be called off the Job or not. In the meantime it was announced that four of five big railroads have announced they will Stop running sunday if an expected switch men a strike begins. Strike hour set the Al switch men a Union of North America has set 6 . Local time sunday As the strike hour against these midwestern and Western roads the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific the Chicago great Western the Western Pacific the great Northern and the Denver and Rio Grande Western. Only in to run All but the great Northern have announced shut Down plans. President f. J. Gavin of that line said the Road a will do the Best it can to keep running. The switchman seek a 40 hour week with 48 hours pay. A presidential fact finding Board did recommend granting the request. All peace making moves have been taken under Federal Law. Conference fails the National i railway mediation Board worked at heading off the strike but no Progress was i reported. No Progress was reported either in the threatened july 15 walkout of the brotherhood of Railroad trainmen and the order of railway conductors. They also disagree with a presidential boards findings on wages and hours. The Board did in Albert Lea youths for Europe service to face red data grilling biking through Europe a left Holland Nelson 21, son of mrs. George Nelson 705 North Shore drive and Bob Rasmusson 21, son of or. And mrs. Martin Rasmusson 930 Jefferson Avenue will sail for Europe monday. They Are seen above packing prior to leaving for Quebec Canada. They left last tuesday. The adventurous pair will sail for London on the . Vol Landam. In England they will pick up their bikes end Start a hosteling or which will cover six countries. Nelson and Are students it the University of Minnesota. They Are. Touring Europe under the auspices of the student Exchange program. Nations they will visit Are England West Germany Denmark France Austria Switzerland and Holland. Their boat clocks at Rotterdam and they will return to new York sept 16. Tribune photo. Gop Leader backs Aims of Mccarthy Atlantic City n.j., up a Republican National chairman Guy Gabrielson launched the party a 19-50 vote getting Campaign today with the assertion that americans a wholeheartedly agree with the objectives of senator Joseph Mccarthy of Wisconsin. Gabrielson opened a two Day meeting of Republican leaders from Maine to Florida. The gathering a most of it behind closed move for final action Senate votes Stop Gap draft Extension Bill Washington apr the peacetime draft is sure to last i 5 More Days and is just about set to run on for two or three More years. It was due to expire at Midnight tonight but Congress moved fast and approved a Stopgap Bill providing a 15-Day Extension. The Stopgap Bill was sped to president Truman for his signature by voice vote in the Senate and by unanimous consent of the House. In the meantime the Senate shouted its approval of a three oors a is the first of three a shirt year Raff Law Extension Altor com sleeve organization in e e t tags promising one difference and beat aimed at getting out the republi-1 in Down for. A second time a a can vote this fall. Mccarthy who has charged Slen enters race for state Senate St. Paul. Dpi a Theodor s. Slen of Madison former democratic National committeeman filed today As a candidate for the state Senate from the 24th legislative District. Senator Edward Hagen of Milan who has represented the District for two terms has announced be will seek re election. He gave ill health As the reason. Before being elected to the Senate eight years ago Hagen served ten years in the House. Slen is a one time Leader Ai the Liberal group in the House. Notice to Carrier St Csc rib Fri it in Triton to a a to 4�tivrc� of 5 30 . Monday Ife rough Friday Callb for a so p. In. By 4 p. In. Saturday eau before 4 31 p in. By to sunday eau a for a a a. In. Telephone 3968 and Ash for cry Latte a eight in super fort rescued after crash Tokyo 4p a eight men of the la Man Crew of a Superior Down 140 Miles off Guam were readied today by a crash boat. Three others one of whom was seen from planes As he tried to climb into a Lifeboat Are missing. The crash boat reached the survivors of a b-29 crash before dusk far East air Force Headquarters announced. The super fort was returning from a routine practice bomb no on Okinawa yesterday when it went Down at sea. Siren fire alarm Box i installed another Public service was completed by the Albert Lea fire department yesterday when a Siren alarm Box was installed in front of the fire station. Fire chief Joe spark said the alarm was installed to provide speedier service for people who go to the station at night to report a fire. A Small Metal Hammer is located near the Box so residents can break the Glass which automatically sets off an alarm in the Bremen a living quarters on the Sec mid floor. The state department is communist infiltrated has a received great support in the country generally a Gabrielson told newsmen before the meeting convened. It was the first time Gabrielson had voiced his opinion on the a. Tiona a r e a c Tion to Mccarthy a elude the two groups when it Sug j charges tested a pay raise for some other rail workers. New strike Call another strike Call was issued yesterday a this one by the Pullman conductors division of the order of railway conductors. They set their walkout time for july la. But provisions of the National railway labor act May delay this threatened strike. Hie Pullman conductors must submit to an investigation of their demands by a presidential fac finding Board. This would automatically delay the strike 60 Days. They want their Basic work month reduced from 225 to 210 hours without a pay loss and certain working rules changes. Cial segregation plan for the armed forces. There remain some differences Between the Senate and House Bills that must be ironed out later. For one tiling the House Bill would extend the draft two years three. In any event the president seemed certain to wind up with something less than his present i East Gentian reds plan giant rally Berlin 41 a East German communists announced today that la giant anti West peace rally will be held in the Industrial Ruhr Val Ley of Allied occupied West Germany sept 30-ocl l they called upon All West German youth to plan to attend the demonstration in a masses of hundreds of thousands of Young peace fighters Quot the rally is expected to be held in Essen. Burglar alarms stolen from car butt Alo n.t., of paid Feinman a Salesman bought two burglar alarms for his Home. Before he had time to install them they were stolen from his parked automobile. A i done to think a the gop chair Broad authority to order the actual Man added a that the average per it drafting of men. Son is close enough to know or under the 1948 selective service care about the methods employed act and the 15-Day Extension he by Mccarthy. Certainly his of has authority to order inductions Jec Tives have received great sup of youths from 19 through 25 years port in the country if this is necessary to keep the Gabrielson made no comment on armed s e r v ices at authorized views expressed wednesday by strength. Gov. Alfred e. Driscoll of new Jersey who wired him to say a i cannot condone methods that in the e name of patriotism May contribute to the destruction of our form of record budget voted by lutheran group Minneapolis. Up a the evangelical lutheran Church in biennial convention Here will operate on an All time record budget of $4,200,000 for the next two years. The amount $880,000 greater than the 194940 allotment was approved by delegates. Funds were voted into the Steward ship of the Board of trustees for distribution. The Power has been used in recent months because the services depend upon voluntary enlistments. The Senate armed services committee recommended a three year Extension of this authority although the House had voted to give Congress atone the Power to order actual drafting. A group of Republican senators including Taft of Rito and Wherry of Nebraska sought to write a similar restriction into the Senate Bill. Senator George a a it suggest problem Pooch a keeping this Little dog Teddy is against apartment rules but Joan Schlin Kert has Only a few months left to pet him. The child is ill with leukaemia. Because they never would take Teddy away from Jean her parents Are House Hunting at Cleveland o. The Landlady has Given them until july i. A wire photo de that the president have the an Bority Only when Congress was my Pun t0 build meeting but senator Taft proposed a requirement that the president must find 4 National emergency exists Quot before doing this. In a v super plane Carrier denies he knowingly aided Jaffe Washington up a senators investigating the 1945 amerasian Case summoned Diplomat John s. Service for further questioning today about purported Fri testimony that he passed secret military data to a defendant in the Case. Service slate department far Eastern official was called to a closed meeting of a Senate foreign relations subcommittee. He got the bid after testifying under oath that he never knowingly disclosed such military information to Philip Jaffe who was editor of the now defunct amerasian Magazine. Innocently involved service made that assertion after stating that he was unwittingly and innocently involved in the amerasian episode which brought discovery by Federal agents of hundreds of confidential government papers in the new York office of the Magazine. Senator Mccarthy a wis has accused service of collaborating with communists a charge which service flatly denied. Mccarthy told reporters that Fri agents testimony taken by the Senate inquiry committee at closed sessions last month will show the Fri had a concealed microphone in Jaffess room in the hotel Statler in Washington when service and Jaffe met there in May of 1945. Will prove charges a will the Fri testimony show a Mccarthy was asked a whether service supplied secret military information to Jaffe a Mccarthy replied a yes it will. It also will show that service was aware that the military information was questioning by the committee s Republican counsel Robert Morris brought service s denial that he Ever knowingly handed secret military data to Jaffe. Service said he undoubtedly had discussed she wartime military situation in China with Jaffe but he actually had no military secrets to impart to the editor. Ask data be released at that Point Morris turned to senator Tydings did the committee chairman and requested that secret testimony in the committees Possession be made Public immediately. It was Tydings who in refusing to Grant Morris request identified the testimony As that received from Fri agents. Tydings insisted that he was going to have secret testimony on the amerasian Case come out in piecemeal fashion. He said the Public would get the full Story when the committees inquiry has been completed. After a Wrangle Between Tydings and Morris it was decided that service would be confronted with the Fri testimony at a closed meeting. Service freed by jury service Jaffe and four others were arrested Iii the amerasian Case five years ago. The original charge of conspiracy to commit espionage was reduced later to conspiracy to obtain illegal Possession of government documents. A grand jury refused to indict service and he went Back to Bis state department Job. Jaffe pleaded guilty and was fined $2,500. Trip to store interrupted a kidnapped Faribault girl Home Okay Faribault minn., up an 11-year-old Faribault girl. Kidnapped while returning borne from an errand last night several hours later was found uninjured of a Highway four Miles from Northfield. I sheriff John Simon said the girl had been molested and subjected to indecency is but had been i raped. J he said the victim described her j Abductor As g red beaded youth j about 17 years old. From the girls description the sheriff said the youth was believed to be driving a Chrysler car bearing a Iowa License. Hie sheriff said the Gytri told this Story she had been sent to a grocery store Ami had Toft Home pm Ber bicycle about 6 45 . She Toft the store at 7 15 p in. To return Home. About four blocks from the store. A car passed Ber several times and then stopped. The Youthful looking Driver seized Ber and pulled her into the car and sped away leaving the City on the my Northfield Road. When they got into the country the youth began to molest her. He then drove pm Ami a Little later abandoned bet on the Highway four Miles North of Northfield where the girl was found crying by two i Farmers. Floyd Nelson and Wayne Tripp. They took her to the police station at Northfield where sheriff Simon was called Washington a3 a the Navy plans to Start building a flush deck aircraft Carrier in 1951 Only a Little smaller than the huge vessel which became a Center Ai Centro Versy last year after construction on it was halted a High Navy official confirmed that the Joist chiefs of staff and Secretary of defense Johnson had gives a go ahead on the new ves set. It win have a runaway about 25 feet longer than the 986-foot deck on the largest us. Carriers now in service. The projected a a super Carrier Quot which Johnson junked last year after the keel had been Laid would have been 1.090 Foet Tong and would have Cert an estimated $15,000,000. The new Carrier is expected to i coat somewhat toss i a Quot Al Josp it y Wpm we a amp jew. -17< a Fumm a we 9 in in a i i Phr \ it i Woff my is in John w. Service

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