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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 14, 1962, Oakland, California 26-x wed., nov. Execution of charged to soviet Soith hand. Ind. Tit an amok in pin Fessor who was once a member of tic polish underground has accused the soviet secret serv ice of slaying i polish soldiers in a mass execution in Katyn Forest Early in world War ii. J. K. Zawodny. Associate professor of political science at the in varsity of Pennsyl Vania charges in a new Book that president Franklin in Roosevelt and prime minister i Winston Churchill suppressed 1 the Story of the massacre to keep the russians As allies. Juno any s Book. Death in the published this week by the University of no i tre Dame press describes the massacre As a step to j wards destroying the Core of opposition the communists knew they would face in Poland after the Star. says 15.ocx polish of jeers and enlisted men Dis appeared after the russians captured 200.000 poles late in when r u s s i a n s joined the allies the profs i Sor says most of the other prisoners were released the massacre in Katyn Forest came to Public Alten Tion in 1 Zawodny writes. The Giti nans were blanked but Zawodny maintains that the mass murder took place in april May 1940, when the Forest was still in soviet control. J lie a s she state depart men knew about the Mas Sacre As Early As the Winter of 1h42, but the american government and Churchill at tempted to suppress inform i Tion concerning it because they believed Victory to be the overriding consider in a special congressional committee held hear Ings on the massacre and unanimously concluded that the Security police of the so Viet Union were responsible for the Zawodny wrote. No action has been taken on the committee s recommendations for action against the soviet Union for the slayings he says. Both leaders Roosevelt and Churchill suppressed the. Truth when winning of the War was at stake. When the War j i was Over in terms of Power i relations it was still More important to secure the co operation of the soviet government in the United a i Tigris organization than to take up the Katyn Zawodny save. Artefacts from Depths p 0 t 0 Santo Stef Ano museum in an old Spanish fortress will House artefacts brought up from the Waters of this Tus Cany resort. Ancient ships Jaden with cargoes and Arm Ament Sank in the area. Any Way you look at it. Second Story lopped off Dahlke in remodelling will give historic Structure modern new appearance landmark bar restaurant to get new modern look Dahlke s open As usual. That s what the sign says. As usual in this Case Means As usual since 1904. That s the i year Gus Dahlke bought thei Saloon Jerry Hanafin opened at seventh and Broadway in 1868. And Gus continued As usual Beers and free lunches. They re doing some drastic surgery now on the old build ing housing by tearing off the entire Sec Ond Story. What s left will be Given a face lifting that make it look More in Harmony with its glamorous neighbor across the Street the new Hall of Justice. The stores fronting 100 feet on Broadway and on seventh will be remodeler too. But the inside of Dahlke a they d better not Lay a hand on that ornate 100-year-old Cherry Wood Back bar. Or that yellowed mural High up on the Walls with a Little sign that offers advice As Good today As it was Back in 1912 when it was eat drink and be there have been quite a j few changes in Dahlke s Over the years. Nickel Beers and free lunches for example. Those Days Are gone for laments James Smith grandson of the late Gus Dahlke and co manager of the bar and restaurant with Johnny Lothian. But there s a steam table with a wide Selec Tion and another room will be opened for diners. A few decades ago the Gas Light fixtures Over tiie Back j bar were converted to electricity. Power too nudged the ancient Vintage Cash registers by of forts Tribune real estate writer a mite closer to the electronic age. I the Spittoon Are gone. So Are the Mustache towels used to wipe away the suds in the Days before Gillette perfected j its merchandising techniques j there s still a big brass j rail along the foot of the but it s not the original. The brass rail got a lot of use in the old still Points out Smith. It Bias to be replaced from time to once when the court House was at fifth and Broadway attorneys offices were be Hind the narrow second floor Bay windows. Later there were commercial offices. Then As the neighbor Hood declined the second floor was converted to cheap living quarters. Smith does t know when the present building was erected. Probably sometime in the late he says vaguely. Before the courthouse moved and the red trains became extinct Dahlke s was a bustling place. Many a notable stopped in for a luncheon or a bit of liquid refreshment. It used to be the heart of town. It looks As though old times May be returning believes Smith. The Hall of Justice and other improvements Are restoring some class to that part of Oakland he notes. And there s talk that the rapid transit system May have a terminal nearby. We see a lot of new faces in Smith says. Busi Ness has picked Dahlke s and the building it s in Are owned by Smith s Mother mrs. Alma Smith Gus Dahlke s daughter. Her husband the late j a m e a Smith bought the property j from Dahlke years ago. Cost of the remodelling project is a Sti mated at a probably More than the Cost of the j Inal building. Architect Harry Bruno Lias drawn up plans Popov Vodka the Quality is priceless the Price is right 59 fifth 80 proof luxury at Economy Prigg i the world s largest for the ecu will no on months. Exterior. M inn Shopf Dis Thuo from own Coll ple Popov distilling co. Ii Enlo Park. And Hartford. 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