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Bismarck Tribune, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1950, Bismarck, North DakotaA for today the half diff in the beam amok Oak. Cd Tribune volume 77-number 32 North Dakota 1873 Thi wic Tohir fair and mild wednesday afternoon wednesday night thursday Low wednesday night near above High thursday near Bismarck n. Wednesday february Price five cents browsing Allan Bastam question for son think married men should Wear mrs. Beany Graff it would be idea u they did Wear a mrs. Frank rentier St. Anthony. They should de. Smith 519 tenth i mrs. Jack unto be Tea. I they should. Mrs. 7. C. Schneider. Goodrich. They should Wear going Down make of it what you will but state income tax payments for january this year we less by w41.0b43 the amount collected during january of-.1949. In january 1949 North Dakota taxpayers paid in in january 1960 our citizens paid in stems Ftp. Morning in the mail this morning a letter from a faithful Bis Marck. He or she the time you have conducted your column i have been a faithful Reader and your inept ing at to mfg and against All critics. For this i apologize to no one. You have appealed to me As a Kindred gout one trying to get along on a minimum of mental and physical equipment i read with regret your unkind remarks concerning my Good friends Fred Moen and George Moses to even mention tall suave Moen and rugged and virile Moses in com Parison with yourself leaves me cold. Further As a Lover of children your sly poisoning of Little minds As to your looks to comparison with the above mentioned specimens makes me hang my head. Retract you can t be no retraction. And a card from Henry h. Klein Hebron. He would like to have one of the Angora cats listed la your Olej away. Pent., sorry no faces murder charge Mcclusky Braunberger Mcclusky Farmer tuesday was charged with first degree murder in con Section with the Shotgun slaying of his wife Early Sun Day. Sheridan county states attorney Warren Tripp said Braunberger was bound Over to District court without bail following preliminary hear ing at Goodrich n. D. He is being held in the Sheridan county jail. Earlier a Coroner s jury ruled that mrs. Braunberger death by violence at the hands of her husband. Tripp said Braunberger has orally admitted he killed Ute gift Wilile he was intoxicated. Tuesdays hearings which were held behind closed doors were nor de up a Day. The Coroner s inquest originally was set for wednesday. Tripp said Braunberger demanded Tasat the courtrooms be cleared. Map said the defend has the right the Tho demand in a first charge Tripp would not reveal much of the details of the two hearings. He worried i top american physicists meet in a news conference at new York As they warn that one Hydrogen bomb can destroy new York or any other Large City. They said using the a bomb would betray morality and urged the u. S. Promise not to use it first. They said they acted As worried front left to 8. Pegram Columbia u. Samuel k. Allison u. Of Chicago Bruno Rossi mass., Institute of technology Hans Bethe Cornell u. Second Row Kenneth Bainbridge har Vard Charles g. Lauritsen Calif., Institute of technology Victor f. Weisskopf . And f. Wheeler Loomis a of Illinois. Wackrow Robert b. Brode u. Of Calif. Milton g. White Princeton and Frederick u. Of Illinois. A jury acquits girl mercy trial Lewis agrees to Deal Washington president Truman s Coal fact finding Board wednesday won agreement from John l. Lewis and the Coal operators to try again for agreement on a Coal contract through negotiations. The new bargaining ses Sions were set for 1 pan. Cost with Board members sitting in As observers. The Board members were optimistic that the whole Coal dispute might be settled before Nightfall. David Cole chairman of the Board had remarked that he believed an agreement might be reached in two or three Lewis said it was the operators indicated they were less optimistic. The Board s proposal came after a somewhat Stormy hour and a halt of hearings during which Lewis once called Coal Man George h. Love a liar by the Cole asked whether Lewis Ever had presented any specific contract demands to the mine operators. Love said he was informed by Cyrus s Chang Federal mediation chief that it was the Union bar gaining technique to say that you Nen own the mines i have the men n the Palm of my do you bid " Lewis jumped up and levelled off at love across the that s an infamous and de liberate be. I said we represented the men. I say to you George love you re a liar by the it Ain t Legal another he s furrier for the second time in its history North Dakota thursday had a resident of Minnesota As governor. It All happened when state official agreed to relinquish their posts for one hour to a croup of boys scouts As a part of the National boy scout week Obser Vance. Three boys each representing one of the councils shared thru governor s chair. But the red River Valley Council at Fargo includes part of Minnesota and their representative was Carl Lucky of Gary Minn. The Only other time this happened was in 1935 when Thomas Moodie was elected governor in the fall of 1934, and then re moved from office after it was discovered he was a Minnesota resident in that ear North Dakota had four governors in a period of a few weeks. William Langer was removed from office and succeeded by Ole Olson until the term expired then after Moo die s removal Walter Wilford took Over As governor. 14 6 cars i and cities face financial Atkinson tells pcs there is a crisis facing local government in North Dakota a d a question As to whether tracks fourteen persons were in ured when a Soo line pass Enger coach and several Box cars were derailed five Miles West of Braddock wednesday morning. Eight of the injured were brought to hospitals in Bis Marck for examination. First reports indicated that none was seriously injured. All passengers on the mixed Reight and passenger train which Eft Bismarck at 8 . Wednesday were rushed Back to Bismarck by automobile. The coach and three boxcars were reported to have hurtled Complete y off the roadbed. Two other boxcars left the rails but stayed on the embankment witnesses said. The derailed coach was a combination passenger and baggage car. Passengers said in Bismarck wednesday afternoon that Only a deep Snowbank which padded the Impact prevented More serious injuries. A broken rail was believed to have been the Causa although do definite information was As yet available. Soo line officials Here refused to comment or answer questions. The conductor on the train was b w. Blanchard. Hospital authorities said Condi cats. The woman Tio Nad foot to give away said we had 50 Calls and Only four cats. They Are All How about a dog see below. Give away deft. A five year old dog. Part poodle and part terrier. White and a Little bit of Grey and Brown. Excellent pet at either hearing and that the Only ones present were the sheriff nil deputies some members of the fam ily court officials and a few others. He did not say what testimony was Given. Tripp said the preliminary hearing was held at Goodrich lattice Bernard Walsh quits by request in stamp dealings in caller Only. Telephone 1279 or go or write to West ave a new hotel it s a pretty Safe bet that Dickin son we have a new hotel to re place the St. Charles which burned last week. A Western North Dakota rancher it Bismarck this week says the entire area is interested in seeing that a new hotel is built he said he had sent a Check for several thousand dollars to be used for such a building. Others he said had done the same and All this without any formal building drive As yet. On the records now available on Pyramid records is the Sermon on the a Long play 12 Inch disc the musical score is by Elmo rues and commentary by Stewart Robb. And e note from Karen Ford pert blonde songster featured at the state conservation show Here last fall to Tell she has two new re wordings for Rondo records which will be released this month. Mobile freezers a local service station attendant is convinced there is something new in the Frozen food storage Field now. Be reports that of 10 cars he serv iced recently the Back deck or Braunberger has Given no reason for the shooting. His attorney it j. Austin of Bismarck. Mrs. Braunberger was kilted while in bed with two daughters. Tripp said the regular District court term is scheduled for May but that an Effort probably would be made to get a special term Oakes Man Heads and school officials e. A. Quam Oakes was ele Teot president of the North Dakota association of school administrators As the group wound up a 2-Day meeting Here tuesday. A. O. Totdahl Beulah was named vice president and Wil Liam Ussner Jamestown Secre tory treasurer. The group s legislative commit tee urged that ways be found to secure More Money for school building construction better tax equalization a better school health program and sick leaves for teachers. Trunk of loaded Down with Frozen meats. The car owners he said told him there was no need to rent a locker or buy a deep Freezer when nature provided sub Eero temperatures. China reds charge War a Tigh Post office official has by in connection with dealings in special stamp issues which reportedly Cost investors hundreds of thousands of dollars. Postmaster general Donaldson confirmed tuesday night that har old f. Ambrose his special assistant in charge of Public relations had been asked to resign and had done so Jan. 11. Donaldson would not discuss the Case in detail saying that it was still under investigation by the Post office he did say he had requested the resignation after getting reports that Ambrose had offered to act As agent for buyers of Large blocks of commemorative stamp issues. Ambrose married to a Nutce of senator o Mahoney was said to have entered the Post office department s information Section in 1933, when the senator was first assistant postmaster. The special assistant s Job Ambrose held until recently pays a year. There had been reports that a postal official had promised a so per cent profit in 90 Days to investors in Eastern cities who went in on a scheme to buy and sell special stamp issues. Officials said close to was invested on the basis of that prom Bridgeport Ann Paight a up from the ordeal of her trial. The 21-year-old blonde who pleaded temporary in sanity was freed tuesday night by a jury of 12 parents. She spent her first night at Home in nearby Stamford since she shot her father police sergeant Carl Paight last sept. 23 As he slept in Stamford Hospital. Cole tried to interrupt. Love pro tested i Don t want to go into personalities or. Why Lewis shouted. Why Cole restored Calm and the hear went on. The chairman announced just be fore the a owls outburst that the big smile replaces forecaster s frown after frowning for most of Janu Ary the Weatherman smiled on Bis Marck again wednesday. Predictions called for continued. Mild weather with a High tempera Ture thursday above the freezing Mark. The Low wednesday night is expected to be about five above the same As wednesday. A similar weather future is fore cast for the rest of the state with Little change in temperature extejt de. Wednesday the coldest spot in the state was Buckman with five below. Oakes had a High of 40, Bis Marck reporting a top of 36. Transportation out of Bismarck was operating near schedule thurs Day morning with Only a West bound Northwest airlines plane a half hour late and the North bound Soo line train an hour behind its . Schedule. Hong chinese communists have accused Portu Guese Macao of intervening in their civil War with the nationalists pro red newspapers said tuesday. They quoted the reds As warning such ise. While Early investors reportedly got their promised others were left with tosses of Over when the scheme blew up. Mrs. Oma Hokejr said Ambrose did t make a to her knowl Edge out of the dealings there is no better time than now to plan your Garden or select the i13.0m toot Bur rows vice president of Monogram pictures wednesday reported theft of in jewels and furs from his Trees or shrubs you a Fol Plant in your Yard come Spring. And Here is a tip that May save you Money. Go to your local everyman and Tell him what you have in mind. He May veto some of your ideas and for Good reasons. A tree you May want in your Yard might not do Well there because of Shade conditions drainage Etc. He give you a substitute that will do better. And now is the time to talk if Over before the Spring Rush comes. Shibboleths end promulgation Barkley assails dem critics than you Wally Wahl six year old son Elmr. And mrs. Wilbert Wahl sir nineteenth St., came into the of fice tuesday to ask if we would print a Little item thanking every one who had been so kind and thoughtful during the Tine he spent in the University of Minnesota hos Pital recovering from an operation to remove a steel bearing he Swal Lowed last aug. 9. Wally is Hale and Hearty now and anxious for Spring to come so that and his brother Gilbert can More time out of doors play ing games. But he says one game lie won t play is marbles. He loess t want to take any Chance of Swal lowing one. 1950 congressional Campaign warmed up wednesday. The Truman administration countered the Republican Campaign slogan of Liberty against social ism with a demand top leaders ten the voters specifically what democratic sponsored Laws they want repealed. Vice president Alben w. Barkley sounded the keynote for the administration s strategy in a fighting Jefferson Jackson Day speech tues Day night before 1400 Massachusetts democrats who paid f50-a-plate to hear get a glimpse of his pretty Bride. The 73-year-old vice president charged Republican policy makers with creating a false and phoney Issue in an attempt to frighten the american and he hurled this Challenge let them be honest and say whether they Are for or against these Laws. Waste not afraid of their shibboleths or their promulgation legislation for extending social Security coverage and increasing benefits is now before the Senate. I would like to ask the Republican platform makers to say whether they Call that whether they Are for or against going As far Back As the Wilson administration Barkley cited a dozen Laws sponsored by Wilson Roose velt and Truman listing among them the Clayton anti Trust Law the Federal Trade commission farm credits reciprocal Trade treaties no dal Security unemployment compensation flood control and Rural electrification. Which of these Laws do the re publicans propose to cried Berkley. Striking directly at the gop declaration on policy Barkley said outside of a Tew criticisms of the present administration their policy statement is a recital of what the democratic party has done is doing and will continue to do for the american people. Its Hlub sounding phrases May be an attraction to the unthinking As a program but no where in it is there a definition of what social Ishi is. They Are using Sofia him to try and frighten the american peo Republican demands for a Cut in taxes and government expenditures brought this reply from Barkley we All want reduced expenses and reduced taxes but the american people would never forgive the con Gress if it allowed the nation to be come so weak that another nation might attack and destroy russian and the cold he said had forced heavy expenditures in keeping this country militarily prepared. And he cited debt services on world War a help Given veterans and Aid to Freedom Loving coun tries reasons Why the Federal budget would not be reduced Peter Simmett Gilby. Romance up Bridgeport of a possible Romance Between Carol Ann Paight and a fellow College senior Robert Anderson 23, of the Bronx n. T., cropped up during Carol Jinn s trial. Her Mother said the girl and Anderson were not officially engaged but that she Hopes they eventually will principals in Public hearings to de Termine the facts. In this Way Cole said the Board could Speed up its report to the president if one is he did not elaborate on that statement president Truman asked for a report by Mon Day. The Board had some informal ses Sions with Lewis and the Coal operators tuesday. No one who attended the preliminary meetings would say what went on. But while Lewis told reporters he was disinclined to discuss any aspect of the situation it was reliably reported that both he and the opera prs had agreed to Cooper ate with the Board in its efforts to get to the Bottom of the months continued on Page 3 i nut it will survive local Jaycees were told Here tues Day night. The warning was issued by Myron c. Atkinson Bismarck City auditor and Secretary of the North Dakota league of municipalities who addressed a meeting of the Bis Marck Junior chamber of com Werck til the Patterson hotel. Atkinson said the crisis con fronting the cities was flan Cal rather than political and boiled Down to centralization versus local he said that under the present tax Structure the cities in North Dakota were not getting enough of the tax Money to continue present operations. The he said is not More taxes but a different distribution of existing Atkinson told the Jaycees that of the approximately total taxes collected in Bismarck during 1949. The local governments received Only including special assessments. Of the attractive six foot girl sobbed As she broke Down at the verdict. She was near Complete col lapse. Her attorney David Golsteyn termed the verdict just and fair but added this is no precedent for a mercy killing i my he said the Case was tried solely on the Issue of whether Carol was insane at the time of the shooting. State s attorney Lorin w. Wil Lis declined to see newsmen. He out word that a had Commett lie jury deliberated four hours and 51 minutes before Foreman Judith Memhard 52, announced the verdict the trial lasted two weeks Carol was charged with second degree murder in Connecticut s first mercy slaying trial. She would have gone to prison for life u convicted. The jury Abo evicted her of Witk a maximum penalty up to 15 Yean in prison. Light applause swept the court room at the verdict despite super Lor judge John a. Cornell s Stern warning against any demonstration. Spectators thronged the corridors of the Fairfield county courthouse for More than 30 minutes to shout Good Luck Carol As the girl left for Home. Judge Cornell set her free within crr need on Page 3 most county roads now Clear Gillen the Burleigh county Highway system has very nearly recovered from the record Snow fall of the past month. County Engineer Wil Liam Oulen reported wednesday. Gillen said that he has nine plows working almost steadily and that now All of the almost Miles of main county roads Are open that is about All we Ever plan on keeping Lollen said. We feel if we keep these Clear we Are doing our jobs. It would be impossible to keep All of the Side roads with the main roads now 01 the Crews Are concentrating on Side roads where in he said that the cities share of the tax Dollar has been get Ting progressively smaller fall lag from about 24 cents in 1940 to 5.7 cents last year. He said that in last 10 years the state tax Revenue increased about four times while the Money received by the cities less than doubled All states except North Dakota and one other share their tax Money continued on Page 3 Acheson stymies atom overtures Washington Sec Acheson wed thou of All list Lii Ted persons of whom were said to be suffering from Glass cuts was Only Bismarck resident reported injured was John Schwiegert brakeman on the train others injured and the extent of injuries reported were at the Bismarck Altai tars Tri. 61, raises. Mrs. Ted just 33, we Shyk Cut leg. Harry Nilssen 33, Kintyre Cut forehead at the St. Alexius Hospital Henry Larson 57, Wishek who was unconscious when brought in. Larson is the Soo Tine agent at mrs. Henry Larson 52. Josephine Euln son 205 fifth ave., Southwest Valley City. Mrs. Conrad Fink Napoleon injured neck and shoulder. John Schwiegert Bismarck the Brake Matt on the train. Hospital authorities said that mrs. Fink would be released from the Hospital sometime wednesday aft witnesses said some of the derailed cars slowed As far As 20 feet through dirt and Snow before com ing to a Stop. Need of fuel and groceries. Mesday ruled out any new Over Tores to Russia on International control of atomic weapons including the Hydrogen super two my Acheson also said the states should avoid what he called self reproach in connect flon with atomic said this might paralyse Amert Strong american policy. Bandits Rob Bank of Cash Phoenix Ariz men. At least one of them armed Early wednesday robbed the Bank of Douglas in downtown Phoenix of Cash. Aien caught the janitor outside the Bank about 6am, forced him to let them into the building and waited until Jim Wise a Bank employee arrived about an Wise was forced to open the Safe the robbers then locked the employees in a room Ati theft and High school league meeting lacks quorum Lack of a quorum prevented the North Dakota state High schol league from transacting much offi Cial business Here tuesday. The league met after the close of the Korth Dakota association of school administrators conference however the league s Board of control appointed an advisory com Mittee to help work out a Basket Ball program for girls in class c High schools. The committee includes k. L. Dooley. Reeder Danes linger Marion l l. Kensal Kenneth Bach Nann Wolcott and 16 scouts Toke Over City county state posts Here in l Ken boy scouts were the democratic equivalent of Kings for an hour in Bismarck wednesday. W As part of the local Observance of National boy scout week these boys occupied key civic posts Here from 11 an. Until_l2 noon. The governor s chair was deemed too Large for one scout to on Brink s theft men and a Young woman carrying in Cash in a paper sack were arrested by Detroit police wednesday detectives immediately began questioning them about the 000 Holdup of brinks inc in bos fill so the office was occupied jointly by three scouts representing three of the state s four councils. The governors for an hour included Boniface Frank Dickinson representing the Missouri Valley Council Carl Lucky Minn the red River Council and Roger Schlaefer grand Forks the Lake Agassiz Council. The other state county and Muni Cipal posts were All occupied by Bis Marck scouts with one being selected from each troop the one hour officials and their posts included Dick Olson 1010 w. Thayer Are Secretary of state Eugene Thunderhawk 215 s. Third St., superintendent schools Howard thekle jr., Park Addi Tion City auditor. Paul Johns 804 seventh St state health officer Alan Van Heuvelman 814 seventeenth St. Fire chief David bred a 923 seventh St mayor Allin Cornell. 205 Anderson St. County auditor Tommy Paulson 1508 ave e chief of police Douglas Barker Fraine Barracks chief Justice Robert Webb 618 fifth St state patrol superintendent Robert Hunter 611 ave. B states attorney Lee Hassa 611 tenth St attorney general and Edward Hagen 1118 fourth is. Sheriff the five were arrested at 3 15 an for what police had intended to be routine questioning. They refused to talk except to say they got the Money from gambling Justice a. G. Burr suffers heart attack judge a. G. Burr retired Justice of the state supreme court was described in Fine condition wednes Day morning at a local Hospital where he has been a patient since monday following a heart attack. The Veteran Jurist who will be 79 this month was Able to leave his bed tuesday according to Hospital authorities. Special selections arriving every Day for your Valentine in s store of Clothier a gift from shark s is always in Good taste

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