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Hutchinson News Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1950, Hutchinson, Kansas Weather Pretty Nice THE HUTCHINSON NEWSHERALD KIMVFM Today DoSIDo Time from Prairie Promenade at leatwree Bert singing 78TH YEAR 268 MARCH 1950 SINGLE 5c Your Chances Of Living Are Washington AP Your chanc es of living through an atomic bomb attack could be a lot better than you You might come through it alive and unharmed it there are she ters and if you get a warning in time to diye into The atomic energy commission AEC says this Safety in large depend upon adequate warning of an warning which it must be assumed will come from the radar system the national mili tary Such warning when combined with shelters for those who must stay in threatened will or even elim inate But before you start bubbling with there is this to consider The defense department is work ing on that radar plus a system of volunteer spotters to fill in the But only a start has been no body has done much about shel And there Is no use trying to hide the fact that If you are caught In an unprotected spot anywhere near an atomic explos ion your chances of surviving are just about Vou would be killed by the terrific collapsing or maybe Yet any sort of even is better than The best spot is an airtight shelter cov ered by plenty of steel or You ought to stay out of build unless they have builtin shel The AEC says a building isnt safe within three miles of a likely But the basement of your home would give you reasonable protec tion against a distant provided you had a way to get out If the house caught Maybe you have an idea that th rays from an atomic blast ar what do most of the killing an That seems to be wrong In only 15 out of K deaths apparently were due to ra Blasts and burns were th big That is because the effects o blast and heat reach out muc farther than those of The Hiroshima and Nagasak bombs spread destruction a n serious damage to buildings an death and serious injury to peopl two miles from the points abov which they went The extrem limit of damage was around fou Radiation injuries droppe sharply beyond a mile and a quar That was what happened whei bombs roughly as powerful as 000 tons of TNT were explodec Nobody knows how powerful a atomic bomb an enemy might us on Nobody knows what a hy drogen bomb would FOUND sits forlornly at her home shortly after finding bodies of her mother and younger sister In a small Coroner said deaths of Mattie and were apparently suicide and Pond is in same section where said she drowned two of her seven Square Dance Tonight Boxoffice for Wednesday night Prairie Promenade opens at 7 p at Convention At tractions reports all dance tickets but plenty of spectator seats are available at 10 Prescription Fraeee The Weather Kansas Fair west and cen tral clearing extreme con tinued cold tonight low near 20 west to 25 Thursday fair and warmer high 8055 east to M Only two more days and the March lions roaring should be Hutchinson Weather By CAA At Airport Tuesdays high 53 Wednesdays low 23 at At Barometer falling slowly Wind northnorthwest 16 mph fresh No rain in 24hour period end ing at Municipal Airport By CAA Communications Station Veiterday 7130 Today 511 28 271 weather tor M ouure al Chicago 22 Denver 24 Edmonton 24 Fort Worth 43 30 City 30 Lou Angeles 51 Miami 75 Mlnneapolli 20 New Olltant 49 Oklahoma City 32 Washington 50 3 Officials To Snub Senates Subpoenas Washington officers Wednesday served thefirst of three subpoenas demanding from top government officials the loy alty records which Presdent Truman has declined to turn over to a senate Joseph served his first subpoena on Har ry chairman of the civil service at the Mitchell had come to the capitol on Duke had other supoenas for Secretary of State Acheson and Attorney General The subpoenas demand under penalty that the officials produce loyalty records by next Tuesday and give them to the sen ate foreign relations subcommittee investigating charges of commu nist infiltration of the stale depart The penalty Is possible cita tion for contempt of the senate If the officials fall to heed the All of them are under instruc tions from President Truman that such records are not to be given o congressional The investigating charges by McCarthy RWis of Soviet espionage activities linked to the state demanded the full loyalty files reaching back to for about 90 The files sought are in the state the civil service loyalty board andthe The 5member committee took this action Tuesday after President Truman said in a letter to Chair man Tydings DMd the single most important element in a fair and just loyalty program is the preservation of all files in connec tion therewith in strictest confi Tydings said that if the subpoen as are the committee will have to decide next week what to The decision might take the form of a recommenda tion to the senate for a contempt citation for one or more of he of ficials as a prelude to a court decision on the presidents authority to withhold the Dont mlsi our special ad in Ladles Home page and today page Mayfleld Music Ann Rife Making Fresh Start Toward Filling Her Hope Chest handful of McPherson residents who are inti mates of Jo Ann Rife now have confidence that the attractive young dreamer eventually will get her hope chest Jo Ann tried it by taking fraudulently from the Home itate bank But Tuesday in Federal Judge Delmas Hill virtually wiped that slate clean by parol ng her for two years from two counts of The parole meets full ap roval of most McPhersunites who io familiar with the The cnk which has been repaid ill the missing asked ojtt not to be harsh and the Bonding company also entered a tea fcr mercy for the 33yeurnld Jo Ann got uff on the andshe is moro than repared to start right aid one friend here We know she will settle down ow and support The girl herself stood in scarlet oat and with tears in her eyes her counsel related to the fed ral court in Topeka the blinding ve which led to her embezzle The he went to uy home lishings even a ring to rovlde a home for the man she removed from the bank in a be ginning attempt to restore said District Attorney Lester is one of those things you just dont And Luther related some of the girls how she came from a religious McPherson coun ty attended high school and business held several responsible Jo Ann admitted taking and in separate amounts in and adding to the loot in two days early this She had about left when appre But Judge Hill told is in the Its up to you to stay on the straight Her friends seem fairly certain she Attorney Kills Self Chicago AP A letter read ing I just shot and killed Ma sent police checking on the family of Irvin Moskal By shortly after noon they had found four The victims were Millie the attorneys widowed mother his 35 his and about John Ryan said the in both typing and handwriting on Moskals business de scribed seveal business in volving and handled by Mo as The turned over to po ice by a business associate of sent officers first to the second floor flat of his Hoskal had offices There in a bed they found the widow slain by a single bullet in he Ryan said she appeared have been slain In her A few hours later Moskals body was found in Adalberts ceme ery in suburban He had icen shot to Meanwhile police of suburban Imwood Park went to the Moskal tome and forced their way There they found the bodies of his wife and Another escapee mass On Monday he vas left at the home of Stella mother in Worse Storms Are On Warns KState Soil Expert Farmers Must Move Now To Conserve Soil Sreathes Life Back Into Pal After Shock Pittsburgh AP There was o place else with grass where ve could Thats why the boys said they limbed a 10foot wire fence into Duquesne Light company tation lot In the west Henry more dar ng than his climbed 20 feet p on a steel framework support ng high tension There was a blinding Hen y flung out and down in a hower of Hes dead cried the boys nd scrambled over the fence for Jimmy Ho went back and beat out sparks in lenrys Then he lay cupped his mouth to laymates and breathed These were Just things I re membered from my cub a c o u t he Henry is in Allegheny general ospital with third degree es expected to thanks to McBrideTo Stand Trial Preston has een adjudged legally sane and trill stand trial for the first de ree murder of John Wat rial has been set for the April rra of district County Attorney John Fontron aid he was advised Tuesday aft of the twoman commis ons He said a report eclaring McBride capable of un erstanding his position and mak ig his defense will be filed after is signed by the members of ie Eck and Thorn s examined dcBride for two hours nside Stuff CCNY Bradley 11 to 68 for grand slam in age Pretty Prairie woman of crash Page City and Water Iclals cant agree on franchise Page Two hundred competed In county school spelling Page Feather light for Page Wheat sharply due to soybean page Tracy to lose husband In ew Page Curling Iron Kind les Hair And Causes Painful Burns Her sweetheart was not he Jo Ann has learn d that right and wrong take pre edence over even her burning de re for a All the money as been repaid and all purchases And Jo Ann took a job s a dishwasher when she was Burns to her head and hands were suffered by Alex 128 South Tuesday evening in a freak Sims said her hair caught fire when she touched a curling iron to a solution she had applied on her The young woman poured a bucket of water on her but the hair kept She then pulled her dress over her head and beat out the Most severely burned were the back of her head and her left Three fingers on her right hand were also I wont have a hair on rny head when I leave Grace hospital this Sims said That means it will be some time before I have to worry about setting my she added And it will need curling a long time before Ill ever try doing it myself SKi WAS BROKEN Wednesday for new Stale Fair administration Excavation is to start Thursday morning with completion date set for Pictured are Howard left C of C fair committee chairman Frank assistant state architect William assistant fair and Virgil secretary of State Near Vote On Controversial Gas Measure Washington AP A bitterly contested bill to limit federal regu lation of the natural gas industry vote Wednesday in approached a the Kerr author of the and other backers claimed a 5vote Both sides agreed the actual roll call test would be The issue has brought a wide split in party The Kerr bill would prevent the federal power commission from regulating rates charged by so called independent producers o f A similar bill already bias passed the Kefauver one of a bipartisan group which has been fighting the offered a Compromise The Kefauver amendment would exempt produc ers of letss than two billion cubic feet a or whose revenues are less than annual1 Backers said this would free little fellows among the gas producers f r om federal regulag K which they claim hamper their operations Ketauver said it would exempt all but 37 producing which are the largest producers of natural Douglas who has been leading floor opposition to he Kerr said he would vote for the Kefauver He and other opponents said federal regulation of the largest producers would probably provide an effective price pattern for irotection of the At present the federal power commission FPC regulate athe pipeline companies which carry natural gas in interstate com It has done this since 1938 nit there is a long and angry dispute about whether congress in ended the FPC regulation to ex tend down to the who are not affiliated or owned by pipeline Douglas and other senators from Urge cities and Industrial contend lack of federal regulation of prices for M It into would add millions of to the of contumers and Morse ROre said the Kerr bill would give a few large corporations unrestrained power o increase the prices of natural as to the 40 million consumers of this Schoeppel Plumps vor Removing Washington AP Schoep pel RKas says it is essential that congress pass the Kerr bill which would prohibit the feeera power commission from taking jurlsdic ion over gathering and produc tion of natural gas by Indepen dent operators or fixing of prices paid The price control the Kerr amendment would he is the same type of crip llng pr1e control that repu diated oy congress tn the re peal of From Everywhere Maddida Much Too Bright For Comfort Compiled by The NewsHerald from Associated Press Keep your eye on or it may make people obso And that would be peoples that is a new mechanical brain resembling a pintail machine on a jackpot Its lets call it Floyd says it is capable of operating a complete factory without human Maddida which is Steeles name for it is primarily a computing device with an accur acy of one part in a million and it is able to handle additions of 8place decimal per it also can take Information from another interpret that informa tion and then run that if marvelous Maddida ever runs into another inven tor has perfected a machine whose function is to compute the cause of breakdowns suffered by com puting of our times London advices report new dic tionaries to help Russians read Chinese and viceversa are begin ning to pour from Russian scho And while were on Far East ern five dancing in New Look itrip simultaneously lost their Monday Tuesday night they played to a packed But the didnt lose their brassieres That was because police had warned the show that dont happen twice in the same five And to meander on through the mysterious east In President Ra jendra Prasad has granted the maharaja of Indores request that his daughter succeed him instead his It unprecedented for a Hindu ruler to be succeeded by a daugh ter when a son is But the maharaja is peeved at his Prince whose mother was an Johnny Howard Hughes publicity man is honeymooning with Patri cia Jane former wife of actor Jimmie And every body knows Meyer tried to keep the mar riage secret but he didnt have as much luck as he did when he wed Janet That m a r riage remained secret until Miss Thomas sued for divorce last Kermlt California citrus grove wants to change a He sent a wire to his senator suggesting that President T r u man sponsor the rolling of oranges on the White House lawn this Easter instead of Tills would be in line with the governments crop rotation he A birthday party is to be held Thursday for the giant gorilla who is the Chicago biggest drawing The 6foot 850pound Bushman born 22 years was Split Personality AP Frank Skobern is village building in Hes also president of the Endicott boys and the situation can be As head of the boys he endorsed plans to build an ad dition to the As building he re jected the plans on the ground they violated zoning as boys club hes asking the village zoning board to reverse the ruling he made as building Former Flier Weds German Nurse WhoBrought Him Back To Life Berlin AP An American for mer filer disclosed Wednesday he had married a German nurse who brought him back from the He is Alexander intends to lake his bride to Steu She is Margaret Sim who spent 18 hours a day at his side for 12 while he lay unconscious from injuries suffered in a parachute It all began two years ago when nine including Telford chief counsel at the Nuernberg war crimes bailed out of a disabled air force plane over then an air force ser geant and radio operator aboard the suffered critical injuries and was removed to an American army where Miss Sim a nurse on took up her The army newspaper and Stripes Wednesday quoted Nyirati saying The hospital people told me they had to force her to home and She didnt want to leave My subconscious mind felt her presence Its some thing I cant but her will made me Her face was the first thing 1 saw when I regained conscious Following his 12 days of uncon she spent nine more days at his he wan moved from Berlin to Frankfurt on the second leg oi a 10month tour through nine army He received a medical discharge in Nyirati could not forget the first He began writing and a ro mance blossomed by Manhattan AP Hold your hats and topsoil if you can worse winds than those dustrale which whipped Kansa sover the the weekend may be Thats the word of Harold My ers which whipped Kansas over ment at Kansas State who said weather records show aver age wind velocity greater in Kansas in April than in Myers said April dust blows may be worse than the one just ex perienced unless farmers take emergency measures immediate To control the blowing he advised getting clods to the sur face at he from KState experiment at Haya and Garden City and from county agenta indicate western Kansas farmers already are listing soil to stop the blow Many were out in the dust Sunday he Tillage to help the soil should be started before or soon M begin to My ers A lister the belt Im he but the listing be deep enough loo bring up It should be done from eaat to west at right to prevailing April winds or on the he He recommended listing our or five rods pulling the implement slowly enough to pre vent pulverizing the Most of the soil blowing Sunday was from fields haying little or no vegetative Myers Blowing frequently begins in wheat from solUdrifUng in from other or by blowing started along a county agricul tural agent at reported considerable amage to both wheat and oats crops In Dickinson coun ty There was little foil movement in the Hays superintendent of KState experiment but from Russell east were Colby superinten drove from Colby to Brew stcr Sunday afternoon and found dust coming from only one field n that Gar den City reported considerable dammage to wheat with dust off sandy areas and sorghum stubble Hutchinson Bright Spot Hutchinson department set the pace In the Kansas City federal Reserve bank area for the first two of Hutch naon tied with Omaha for great est increase in volume In ruary and topped all points in the Kansas City area for January and with an 8 percent in Sales in the area whole were 1 percent greater for the two Declines were more numerous than although us ually very Joseph had the greatest The following table the percentage department for the two months of 1950 together with inventories on February compared with a year ago f t Itecki Denver 48 Topeka 4 Wichita Joplln 41 41 Kanian 4 J Joeeph Lincoln 0 Omaha 41 4IS Oklahoma City O 4T 4 41 Other sltlei 43 3 Oletrlct 41 9 Not ihown leparately but Included la Never Take The Place Of Oldfashioned Canoe AP Two Indian were saved from the backwaters of Onondaga dam Tuesday as the river reached flood The Indians had climbed a tree when the bath tub in which they had been float ing suddenly The plug came Intercepted Letter TYPINGS Dear Senator Youre not bearing glad tid to government Hutch ;
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