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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 09, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal. Time bulletin vol 20, no. 49racine, wis., sunday. April 9, 1950 6 pages voice disgust Over hospitals Loveland quits As farm aide key West ?"<ue>�?"president Truman accepted the resignation of Albert j. Loveland As undersecretary of agriculture. Loveland quit to seek the demo Washington a a Mem j done about it. They voiced their. Hers of a House appropriations of disgust at hearings in which Tes j critic senatorial nomination in subcommittee said that when it Timony by government witnesses his Home state of Iowa. Comes to running hospitals the brought out that the president said a Olyouis has government does t know its own i the army and Navy Are Clos a distinguished service in mind. � a my hospitals but the veer behalf of the american ?� they said something should Beans administration is building new ones some of them near those being closed. A said most of the old ones Are make shifts it can t use them. A made one exception it will take Over the naval Hospital at Long Beach Calif Mccarthy dares Trio to sue him for libel Send less gifts to Europe As need dwindles he is risen from the dead Washington a tue it cans Are sending fewer gift packages of food and clothing to Europe than they did in 1949 because economic conditions Are better overseas the economic cooperation administration said. 2 the defense department uses a limited $25,000,000 saving in closing 10.000 Hospital Beds has dwindled to nearer $6,000,000. It was mostly a misunderstand ing. The department said. The com Mitteer said maybe so and Ameri coughed up the extra Money 3. The veterans administration already has twice the Beds it needs to fill Legal obligations to veterans yet it is spending $1,000.-ofo.ooo to get More. Up to Congress. That matter is up to Congress. It reported that rising standards a said. Congress never has said of living Are reflected in the fac i Ere it wants to draw the line in that while $10,645,000 was spent Hospital zing veterans. No one on on Ocean freight subsidies in fiscal the subcommittee seemed anxious 1949, the total for fiscal 1950 is to press the Issue estimated at about $9,211,000, a the closed door Hospital Teardrop of about 14 per cent. Mrs took place a week ago. Print now duty free cd records were made Public sat i under the recovery act. Eca i princ pm witnesses include i. De veterans administrator Carl r Bear the Ocean ship pm Cost of Grov assistant defense Secretary supplies sent from the United w j. Mcneil and or. R. L. Meil states by voluntary non profit ing. Defense department dissector of Relief agencies. It subsidizes in medical services part Relief packages sent by com Meiling said the cutback in Mili Mercial shippers and individuals. A tary hospitals will save Money and in addition the Erp nations won to Hurt the services. He said provide duty free entry for these plenty of Beds will be left packages and pay Inland trans i think that it does make por tation costs out of counterpart sense a Meiling said funds or local currency deposits Gray said Congress approved his j Matching u. S. Dollar Aid. Up to building plans and there was lit j feb. I the equivalent of about tie he could do to change them he $5,000,000 in counterpart funds said he will need at the Peak of had been used for Inland trans demand. 51.000 Beds for the care por tation Eca said. Of veterans with service connect on july i Eca said it plans cd ailments. He has now 107,000 to end its Ocean freight subsidies Beds. He plans eventually to have on Relief packages sent by in j131,000. Defends program rep. Albert j. Engel rep.,. Mic wanted Assurance they j would no to stand Idle Gray said they would t. Under the Law he hospitalized As Many non service cop j nested rates As he has Beds for. A Oit is my belief that the number in other reports Eca said that of Beds that Are authorized is a i at the end of lest february matter for other competent au-1 a Eca had financed More than thormities to determine Quot said Gray. He said he merely runs the Agency according to the Laws Congress passes. Divi duals and commercial shippers to the United kingdom the Netherlands France and Germany. The subsidy will be continued however on shipments to those nations by private nonprofit Relief agencies. Get More bread $1,250,000,000 Worth of bread grains for Western Europe. Every fourth loaf of bread consumed in Erp nations during the first two years of the program was made possible by u. S. Aid it said. 2 economic recovery in Western Christoffel out on bail rapid and ?� steel output has doubled Over 1948. And motor. _ vehicle production is up More Washington. Up Harold than 400 per cent. Western Christoffel former Milwaukee Germany to Gross National product labor Leader was released from will be an estimated 92.600,000 Hajj on Bond pending his Deutsche Marks or about equal to the 1936 level. Cutters begin to Clear Channel Sault Ste. Marie. ?" up a the coast guard Cutter Mew quite and tug Kaw will begin breaking a Channel through St. Mary to River ice today. Emerging from the St. Mary to at Detour the Cutter and tug will join the icebreaker Mackinaw in opening the Straits of Mackinac. There were indications although no official announcement that the St. Mary to River probably never had been a communist. Appeal on a perjury conviction. The civil rights Congress of new to York posted $10,000 in Treasury Bonds for Christoff Elk to release. Christoffel told a reporter he had no particular plans other than to go to his Milwaukee Home. Milton Wolff of the civil rights Congress said the former labor official first we Tould accompany him to new to York. They left the Federal District court clerk to office to catch a plane. Christoffel was convicted in february for the second time on charges that he lied when he told a congressional committee he the resurrection Martin so Longauer great German Painter 14501491a a recognized by i contemporaries both in Germany and Italy As a matter also of the Art of engraving but few of his engravings survive this is one of a series of 15 known Schonbauer engravings of biblical scenes most of which represent the passion isl Matthew 28 110. 16-20 relates would be opened for the shipping season this week. Ice averages 20 inches in depth. Island dwellers in the St. Mary to were warned that their ice Bridge to the Mainland would be Cut. The River already is open to six mile Point. Girl quads born to Farmer s wife on March 14 he was sentenced to two to six years in prison and was denied Freedom on bail pending his Appeal. However the u. S court of appeals on thursday. Directed that he be freed in $10. Too bail while it considers his i Case. Christoffel first was convicted of perjury in 1948 but the. Supreme court reversed the verdict on the grounds that the government had not proved a quorum of the congressional committee was present when the former labor Leader testified. Christoffel formerly was president of local 248 of the Cio United Auto workers at the Alli Chalmers Plant in Milwaukee. In the end of the Sabbath is it Begum to Dan in ton sri the first Day of the week tame Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the sepulchre. And. Behold there urns in great earthquake for the Angel of the lord descended from heaven and came and rolled Hack the Stone from the door and sat upon it. His countenance urns like lightning and his raiment u bite As shots and for fear of him the keepers did shake and became As dead men. And the Angel answered and said unto the women. Fear not be for i know that be seek Jesus which was crucified. He is not Here for he is risen As he said. Come see the place where the lord Lay. And go quickly and Tell Bis disciples that he is risen from the dead and behold be Goeb before you into Calilee there shall be see Bim to i have told you and they departed quickly from the sepulchre with fear nod great Joy and did rum to bring Bis disciples word. And As they sent to Tell Bis disciples behold. Jesus met them saying All Hail. And they came and held Bim by the feet and worshipped him. Then said Jesus unto them be not afraid go Tell my Brethren that they go into Callee and there shall they see me. Then the eleven disciples Tient away into Galilee into a Mountain where Jesus had appointed them. And when they saw Bim they worshipped him hut some doubted. And Jesus came and spake unto them saying All Pou or is git in unto me in heaven and in Earth. Co be therefore and teach All nations baptizing them in the name of the father and of the son it and of the holy ghost teaching them to observe All things whatsoever i have commanded you and to i am with you always even unto the end of the world. Amen. Louisville. ?"<�?"quadruplet girls were born to the 33-year-old w Ife of a Barbour county tenant Farmer near Here saturday. The Mother mrs. Mackie o Neal Singleton and four babies were 9 a a reported in Good condition at d/s/7iisses suit Salter to Hospital Eufaula. Ala. Where they we tere taken. The delivery was made at their farm Home about to Miles North of Louisville by a county doctor O. Norton who has been practising Here for More than 30 years. First of the infants was delivered about 5 a. Rn., he said. The others came periodically Over a three hour period. Gets big Bill instead of Check against judge in $50,000 Dane Nashville Tenn. A Ltd a a former i who had been expecting an army insurance Check got the Surprise of his life when he opened a letter from the government the letter said a you United states $5,680 a Arthur Washington a hotel Porter read on. Seems the army had been paying Washington s estranged wife $80 a month family allowance i expect wind Snow to swirl around your easter Bonnet i hurls new attack off Senate floor Passaic n. J a up a senator Mccarthy r., wis shucked off his congressional immunity and made new attacks on Owen Lattimore Phillip c. Jessup and Diplomat John s. Service. He challenged them to sue him for libel. Mccarthy to latest accusations against the Trio were considerably Milder than those he originally levelled in the Senate where he has constitutional Protection from court action. Lattimore has called on the Wisconsin senator to make the same statements without cloaking himself in senatorial immunity. Talks to Marine league. In a speech prepared for the Marine corps league saturday Mccarthy said a of invite the individuals whose names i shall name to Start their libel suits if a single word i say is not ?� then he proceeded to charge that i Lattimore a of Man commonly � a known As the architect of our far Eastern policy a is a Selling our state department a program a identical to the planks in the platform of the communist Par those paid fines and the third cd was dropped. All deny charges. Under immunity Mccarthy has told the Senate he can prove Lattimore is a russian agent and a present or former member of the communist party that Jessup has an a unusual Affinity for communist causes and that a othe communist affiliations of service Are Well ?� Mccarthy repeated none of those charges today. All three men have flatly and vigorously denied Mccarthy to accusations in full. The state department has denied the charges against Jessup a top official who holds the rank of ambassador at Large and service who recently was called Home from a consular assignment in India. It said service was cleared in the secret documents Case Mccarthy mentioned. Of Lattimore the department has said he was associated with it Only briefly about five years ago. Bells ring in easter Day Jerusalem. The first ?� he said this platform a will deliver vast areas of the world easter Bells pealed out their Joy to communist ?� Ous message of a risen Christ Here o the Institute of Pacific Reia As several thousand Eastern Ortho to ions an organization which Jessup once headed cashed $3,500 in checks a representing communist Money a and a must be credited by the american people Asha Vin. Originated the myth of the a democratic chinese ?� Dox christians prayed at the holy sepulchre. In the Arab held old City of Jerusalem the great Bells rang out at i p. In. For the colourful holy tire ceremony of the Eastern Church held in the Basilica on the site where traditionally the body of 3 service was a picked up by the Esus a tas entombed afr the a Fri in connection with the Crucifix on theft of secret government Docu Light sacred fire ments but instead of being in easter this year comes on the dieted a later placed in charge same weekend for both the Castor personnel in the state depart Ern and we Plern Christian ment s far Eastern division. Churches. In a separate service in Mccarthy referred to a ims the Basilica the roman Catholic Case in which service was among a group accused of slipping War Bishop of the holy land the Rev. Alberto Gori blessed the holy secrets to the editors of amerasian fire it struck a Flint for the Magazine a publication specializing in articles on the far East. Lighting of the Paschal Candle. Later greek orthodox priests Mccarthy has said an Fri invest handed their sacred easter fire ligation showed the Magazine now out of publication to be a othe Center of a group of Active and enthusiastic communists or fellow to ?� service was one of six persons into the darkened Church symbolizing the resurrection when Christ issued from the Tomb. Rites at Dawn. Worshippers most of them in arrested on espionage conspiracy a Church continuously since the charges but a grand jury refused previous night quickly set the to indict him and he was Exloner Church ablaze with Light passing ated. Three of the group w Ere in the flame from Candle to Candle dieted on lesser charges. Two of amid loud and joyous Oriental cries. Catholic and Western protestant ceremonies marking the resurrection started at Dawn in All of the 35 separate sanctuaries assigned to the various Christian sects inside the Church. Princess weds at secret rites sets record Sault Ste. Marie. Mich a Pic this upper Michigan shipping Center was the nation to coldest spot saturday and a Low of i above Zero made it the Mot frigid april 8 Here since 1888 it May never have been colder on april 8, but weather Bureau rec had filed an affidavit of prejudice Anis Only go Back to 1888. I against him. Madison. A a damage suit brought county circuit court against judge Alvin c. Reis and former sheriff e. A. Fischer was dismissed by judge Otto Breiden Bach of Milwaukee. The suit was started by mrs. Bessie Winter on ground that Reis from the Day of his discharge in had sent her to jail for 12 Days in october. 1943. To sept 30. 1949. January 1948. For contempt of the letter from the army court after she refused to obey finance Center at St. Louis added the circuit judge to order directing that the situation had a created an her to r store utilities for tenants indebtedness of $5.6s0.�?� at her apartment House. Washington who said he and mrs. Winter claimed Reis Hij wife had separated six years lacked jurisdiction because she j ago. Took the letter in stride a of Haven to got 80 cents. Of unlit prfii1 a old winds will swirl Snow around new easter bonnets in Wisconsin the Weatherman said. The easter forecast a Osnow Windy and continued cold with be the blowing and Drifting in Northern w Wisconsin. High temperatures of 28 in the North to 38 in the ?� san Francisco. A a Scalp cuts. And Walter pro Efko. J7. J Rance a Quot Alkah it so or of Kin suffered Shock. Of and Fuad. A a. Sadek. A member of the egyptian High Waves pounded the Shore Consu , were honeymooner Lake Michigan Walling Over it a a a Koala the. i airline in the six foot breakwater in Mil Waukee s Harbor and shooting Spray nearly As High As the 60-foot Lighthouse. A cold air mass from Canada de it i in wintry weather trains moved quickly southward across bus lines and air lines reported the state. Coldest temperatures heavy easter weekend travel. J besides the Reading of 7 at land roads we tere in Good travelling out lakes included to at Park condition with Only a few scat Falls. 12 at Superior. 14 at Green tired wet spots in Northern wis Bay 15 at Wausau 16 at Clinton Consin the state per tent said. Two men were Hurt at Milwaukee when a get of wind ripped of get a heavy piece of plywood Highway de Ville 17 at Dalton and Plymouth. 18 at eau Claire. 20 at Madison and Watertown 22 at Lancaster. 23 at Lacrosse and in gone Rock 25 at Janesville and Lake Geneva from a scaffolding and dropped it Milwaukee and Prairie Duchien. On top of them. Stanley Constan the cold front ended a Brief he Tine 29, Milwaukee theater Man spell of mild weather that warmed i lilies of the Valley member of Ager suffered Concu aeon and Southern and Central Wisconsin the family said. Ing aboard the liner Lurline in route to Hawaii following a secret marriage ceremony Here. The wedding unannounced until now took place wednesday night in the Home of or. Arthur Charles godward. Personal physician to Egypt to dowager Queen Nazli Mother of the Bride. Only members of the family and Royal entourage and or. And mrs. William Schweitzer parents of mrs. Godward. Were present for the simple ceremony. The Princess an attractive Brunette in her Early 20�?, wore a Christian dior gown to with a Ballerina length skirt and carried a bouquet of White orchids and London Gay weather Fine ?" or a Fine weather ushered in Western Europe to j gayest easter in to years. There was plenty of food for the first time since before the War. Clothes were brighter. Prac \ j tidally everything was a rationed. Shop windows offered Western a europeans everything they wanted. More. In fact than their Money could buy. Skyrocketing prices still cramped Europe to style. That and the cold War marred the Holiday spirit somewhat. But compared with last easter there was plenty to sing about. The a fifth avenues of Europe a London to Rotten Row Vienna to Graben. Berlins to Kufner Stedamn the Paris steeplechase race track and others were expected to lure several million parades and onlookers. Storm lashes a City of Angels to los ?" u p a a wind storm hit the Eastern Section of los Angeles tearing off roofs and uprooting Power poles. No injuries were reported. Damage had not been estimated. The Brief storm entered in a two Square mile area Between Eastern and Brannick aves. The District contains Many Small Homes As Well As Industrial plants. The roof of a Union Pacific Roundhouse was ripped off and the Large Structure was damaged. Flying tin roofs crashed into live wires handling from uprooted poles creating hazards. Electric Power in the District was off for 15 minutes. Emergency service was restored by Southern California Edison co. Crews. Rejoice in Rome As Lent ends Vatican City. A the Bronze Bells of St. Peter to Basilica rang out to Mark the end of Lent and commemorate the resurrection of Christ. From All quarters of Rome the Bells of nearly 500 other churches joined in the glad ringing holy Yea pilgrims now estimated at Well Over 100,000�?" poured in from Many countries and italian cities. More than i 80,000 pilgrims and romans visited St. Peter to. Ancient holy saturday rites of Blessing fire and j water and mass were celebrated. The Basilica was filled with More than 30.000 pilgrims assembled to be received by Pope Pius Xii in another of his great holy year general audiences. Kiss has kick in Australia Sydney Australia. A or a Ronald Wade Farrell to girl Friend a tingled allo a term As he kissed her goodnight at her front door. So Ronald kissed her again. This time the girl yelled and jumped 6 inches. Ronald found he was leaning against a faulty Light switch. He could no to feel anything with his rubber Soled shoes but the girl wore leather shoes and the path w As wet. Fowler to Rin Milwaukee or a Delbert e. Fowler Milwaukee attorney has announced he will be a Republican candidate for state senator in the fall elections

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