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5 Feb 1950

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5 Feb 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 05, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol 20, no. 40racine, wie., sunday. February 5. 1950 8 pages 12 top physicists warn 1 a bomb can destroy . By h. W. Blakeslee new ?" a twelve top american physicists nine of them a bomb experts warned solemnly that one Hydrogen bomb can destroy new York or any other Large City. They said using the a bomb would betray morality and urged that the United states Promise not to use it first. The group was headed by or. Hans Bethe Cornell University professor who was a one of the leading american a bomb makers at los Alamos n. M. He said his colleagues met Friday and planned the statement which was made at a news conference. Bethe added that they had no of War but a Means of extermination of whole Quot we shall not have a monopoly. The russians will be Able to make one too. They will probably need a Shorter time. Quot we must remember that we not possess the bomb but Are Only developing it and Russia has received through indiscretion the most valuable hint that our experts believe the development Bethe said the Quot indiscretion Quot was recent widespread publicity about our a bomb plans. The statement said there is As much difference Between our present a bomb and the proposed a bomb As there is Between a Block Buster and an a bomb. The group agreed this country should make the a bomb because further plans for action and that of president Truman to directive they acted As Quot worried ?� stirred by publicity the scientists said Quot we believe that no nation has the right to use such a bomb no matter How righteous its cause. This bomb is no longer a weapon uphold Appeal of i widow ?" a the u. S. Circuit court of appeals upheld the right of a widow to her husband to National service life insurance although the soldiers to parents were named beneficiaries. Mrs. Dorothy j. Moths of South Bend ind., maintained that letters and other records from her husband second it. Russell j. Moths showed he thought he had changed the insurance in her favor. Moths an air Force officer was killed in action aug. 16, 1944. Judge Luther m. Swygert ruled in South Bend in favor of the widow and Raymond j. Moths of Fox Point wis., appealed the ruling. Mrs. Moths said her husband wrote her shortly before his death and enclosed a will and other Legal records. Quot this is your meal ticket in. Case anything happens to me. Take Good care of it and let to Hope you won to have to use it Quot she said the letter read. Judge Otto Kemer of the appeals court said in his decision that Quot writing is the minimum requisite in a change of beneficiary and the form of the writing is did t realize he was alumnus East Lansing Mich. A a Dick Clausen Michigan state College senior tossed his books in a Corner and decided to Call it quits. A he was an alumnus and did no to know it. In the Middle of the cramming for mid term examination Clausen discovered he had 209 credits nine above the minimum required for graduation. Quot what am i doing in school a he said. Quot i have enough credits enough Honor Points and enough requirements to ?� the Lansing student congratulated himself Shook hands with fellow student Council members and walked out to look for a Job. He plans to enter Law school next fall. And that they As scientists should work on it for that reason. But they said Quot the Only circumstance that might Force us to use it would be if we or our allies were attacked by this they insisted that there would be time enough after this country had been attacked. They said a bombs could not win a War in a first attack because they could not destroy enough military objectives. See a bomb As coaster Bethe said it might even be possible to counter an a bomb attack by using Only a bombs. He said that if Russia should explode a really Good a bomb the United states could detect it and know that it was an a bomb. Those who associated them Curley s aide quits packers Green Bay ?" up a George a. Strickler publicity director and assistant general manager of the Green Bay Packer corp., announced his resignation saturday. His withdrawal follows by three Days the resignation of e. L. Curly Lambeau As head coach vice president and general manager of the National american football league club. Strickler disclosed the following letter to Emil Fischer president of the Packer crop Quot i hereby respectfully request the corp orator not to consider renewal of my contract upon its expiration april i. Quot with Best wishes for continued Success of the packers and Packer fans for whom i always will have profound respect i remain sincerely yours signed George ?� Lambeau left the club which he founded 31 years ago to become head coach of the Chicago cardinals also of the National american league. Strickler however said he had nothing in mind and no future plans when he concludes his duties april i. Strickler came to the packers april i 1947, after six years As publicity director for the old National football league. He obtained a release from his final three months of his contract with the league to take the Green Bay Post. Tell Fri chief to testify on accused scientist i Ain father of Ingrid s son Roberto states boy bests mad Bull Waukesha ?" or a a 13-year-old boy subdued an enraged Bull saturday after the animal had knocked Down and gored a. Jesse be German 20, a tenant Farmer. The boy Donald Sweetland is selves with Bethe in the statement ithe son of the owner of the farm were i a town of Salesville which s. K. Allison director of the Bei Erman has been working. Institute of nuclear studies at. Bei8ei7�an was stacked by the the University of Chicago k. T. I which he was walking to a Rome a a source at the clinic where Ingrid Bergman gave birth to a son thursday night said that the swedish actress Quot is not feeling very Hospital authorities would not comment on the report. They have issued no formal bulletins on the condition of the Mother and child. By Aldo Forte copyright 1950, by United press Rome a a Roberto Rossellini italian film director said saturday that a of am the father of Ingrid Bergman to baby born three Days ago. The registration of the birth will Bear the notation Quot father unknown to prevent miss Bergman to j i an if 0fa1/bc husband or. Peter Lindstrom j in a Fulcd from making any technical claim j to the child Rossellini said. The interview with the United a 28-year-old los Angeles Man press was the first Rossellini has whose birth records listed him As Given since the son was born to a Btl it to All a big mistake. Miss Bergman thursday night. Mrs. Jenny Kean 51, recalled mercy Slayer on trial a character studies of Carol Ann Paight who is on trial in Bridgeport Conn., on a charges of murder for the Quot mercy slaying of her father reveal emotional tenseness. She collapsed during questioning on the stand in the Early stages of the trial. Her trial has been recessed until tuesday. Nea telephoto. Helen Otagiri Bainbridge Harvard r. B. Brode University of California c. C. Lauritson director of Kellogg radiation Laboratory California Institute of technology f. W. Loomis chairman of the physics department University of Chicago g. B. Pegram Dean of graduate faculties Columbia University b. Rossi Massachusetts Institute of technology f. Seitz University of Illinois. M. A. Tuve director department terrestrial magnetism Carnegie Institute of Washington v. F. Weisskopf Massachusetts Institute of technology and m. G. White Princeton University. All except Loomis tuve and White worked on the atom bomb. Watering trough. Knocked off his feet be German was gored As he attempted to Roll away from the Bull. Hearing the commotion Young Sweetland ran to the spot grasped the nose ring and twisted it until the Bull gave ground. The boy then led the Bull into the Bam and summoned help for be German. The letter to injuries consisted of cuts on his Chest arms and legs. Twins 5 times Denison Texas up a mrs. Henry White of Durant okla. Has run out of names and or. White stopped passing out cigars Long ago. They the just had twins for the fifth time. Select name. He said the baby to name would be Quot Roberto Ingmar a the second name being the swedish masculine of Ingrid. Rossellini said he would marry miss Bergman in a civil ceremony As soon As the swedish actress gets a mexican divorce from Lind Strom. Attorneys for miss Bergman have filed a divorce suit in Mexico. Rossellini will make a formal declaration of the paternity of Quot my Sony immediately thereafter he added. Rossellini said the full registration of the baby to birth would be made in the form of Quot Roberto Ingmar son of Ingrid Bergman father ?� he said that would leave Lindstrom no technical grounds to claim the baby. Under italian Law Lindstrom would be registered automatically As the baby to father unless the turn to Page 4, col. I Bridgeport Conn. A i Jet a Carol Ann Paight to mercy murder Chicago up a the Mother of trial was in weekend recess while both sides readied their final arguments. The Case first of its kind in Connecticut history May reach an All Parent jury of nine women and three men before next tuesday night. The recess ends tuesday morning when the prosecution opens its summation highlighting for the jury the Points brought out Young gop picks Boston More witnesses Tobe quizzed in spy inquiry Washington a Ltd it a the congressional atomic commit Itee decided saturday to Call Fri director j. Edgar Hoover for detailed testimony monday about the British scientist accused of relaying top atomic secrets to Russia. Senator Mcmahon d., con the committee chairman announced this decision after it. Gen. Leslie r. Groves wartime head of the atomic project told senators the scientist a Ohad Access to a wide area of the most vital weapons information.9 members of a Senate appropriations subcommittee already have quoted Hoover As Tell girl embezzler refuses to reveal what she did with Bank s Money Wolcott ind. A a a tall,1 Fri and the Indiana state Bank Fri agent Harvey g. Foster at however that nurses at St. Luke to Hospital in Duluth presented her with a Quot baby girl Anderson aug. 14, 1921. She was then married to Hans Anderson. She has since married. Search for the lost Mother of Leonard Anderson began tuesday in evidence. The defense follows when Anderson went to duluth1 with its final arguments. To seek a copy of his birth certify Carol 21-year-old blonde col Cate. He needed the record to lege girl shot her father to death make Legal claim to checks acorns sept. 23 after she Learned he was ing to the estate of his father j incurably ill of cancer. The father Hans Anderson at Fargo n. Carl Paight was a sergeant of the his father was a retired Railroad Stamford Conn., police Force. Worker who died april 8, 1947. J reared in orphanage Anderson told District court officers he had not seen his parents since they separated 22 years ago after moving to Chicago from Duluth. He said he had spent his youth in Chicago orphanages an was a Ward of the Illinois Wel-1 fare department until he became 121. Anderson thought he might i solve his problem by locating or. A. L. Mcdonald who officiated at the birth. But he said or. My ing them the scientist or. Klaus Washington. A a the Fuchs halt confessed passing along a to Moscow information about the atomic bomb and the projected new Hydrogen super bomb. Groves now retired had told reporters before his two hours of secret testimony that data regarding the Hydrogen super bomb was involved. Young Republican National federation decided to hold its 1951 biennial convention in Boston june 19. The federation to executive committee chose Boston Over two other bidders Columbus Ohio and Atlantic City n. J. After the closed meeting the Young republicans heard National gop chairman Guy Gabrielson in seized in London Fuchs 38-year-old German born scientist was arrested in London Friday As a suspected spy Bear mystifies Chicago police a luncheon speech assert that the for the russians. Republican party is counting. Senator Tydings Dida heavily on the millions of Young member of the Senate House voters to join in the fight to atomic committee had emerged recapture control of Congress this from the meeting earlier to say year from the democrats. More witnesses would be called Quot the year 1950 is the year of before the group in an Effort to decision for the american people Quot j a prevent a recurrence of the inside disclosure of atomic secrets. Mcmahon stressed these Points in Groves testimony i Fuchs was among a group of a 2ft crime its Ivan hah an it a a police had a mystery on their Chicago Bear sized hands. Answering an Accident Call saturday they found a panel truck wrecked on a West Side safety Island. The Driver was missing but inside the truck was a 400 Gabrielson said. Quot if the republicans should lose any additional seats in uhe House and in the Senate the w Hole program of state socialism will be a legislation reality. Quot this is the Challenge which faces the Republican party. I am _ confident that the Young people i 2. Of America w ill accept this Challenge and w ill meet it ?� Donald to records show Only that Black chained to the a a Nav burls Annn Rynn urae Kern British ship grounded off South China coast i 23-year-old Brunette was free on i Bond while authorities sought to j learn what she did with $13,722 i she embezzled from the Bank where she worked As a bookkeeper. Norma Genevieve Benner refused to say what she did with the Money she admitted taking from the Bank of Wolcott. Friends and relatives said her modest living habits were in keeping with the $125 a month salary she earned at the Bank. She worked there three years j at her preliminary hearing be i fore . Commissioner Wilbur j. Glendenning in Hammond ind., i assistant . Attorney Walter i Kekich asked what she had done with the funds. He said she replied simply Quot i did no to make a statement on ?� an audit wednesday of the Bank to books by the Federal Deposit insurance corporation first examiners. Miss Benner was dressed fashionably but not expensively when j she appeared at the hearing. The lines in her attractive Young face j showed the Strain the disclosure had brought her. Kekich said she told him she Indianapolis who investigated the shortage said miss Benner attempted to conceal her theft by making a duplicate Ledger Sheet for checking accounts and failing to make entries in a saving Ledger account. Bank officials said miss Benner took the Money All at one time. A a life Long resident of Wolcott she was released on a $17,000 had an excellent reputation. She real estate Bond pending action lived with her Stepfather Theo by the grand jury. I Dore Clark 35. Judge Breaks up punch in nose loves Young dream swells dime fund Milwaukee. A a District judge Harvey Neelen broke up a Romance Between George Govas 26, taxicab Driver and a 15-Vear-old girl he drove to and from school in his taxi. Govas was charged with con san ?" a the British ship . Prince Salvor Quot. A i re Cau intercept dec Here i 1 tribute my to the delinquency of a minor. The girl was turned Over to juvenile authorities. She admitted missing 66 school last semester to be with Govas and asked Quot what to wrong with that a Govas said he had been driving the girl to and from school for four months at his own expense and did no to know she was Only 15 until three weeks ago. By then he said it was Quot too late a i was in ?� Quot now is a Good time to break it up Quot judge Neelen said. Quot if you Ever talk to her again you la be subject to a year to term in ?� by Globe wireless reported that officials thought miss Benner had it had run aground off the South erred in her bookkeeping. They China coast in bad weather. Asked her to Check Over her a the message said counts. Quot Prince Salvor aground Pratas 1 instead she went to the Home ashore North reef. Head to sew 1 of her father Paul a. Benner Ard. Flooding tanks to hold Posi at Brookston ind., and told him Tion. Strong Northeast win. Heavy what she had done. He notified ?� Bank officials who called in the May retaliate for Road blockade by refusing steel to Russia Berlin a a authoritative sources said in Frankfurt that the Western big three and the West German government were drawing up plans for an embargo on All steel shipments to soviet occupied Germany. Blocking the shipment of steel to East Germany would in effect be a first Long stride toward re imposition of the economic counter blockade with which the westerners answered the russian blockade of Berlin last year. Now the soviets were imposing a slowdown on traffic to Berlin which added up to a partial blockade. Their mouthpieces hinted at the re imposition of a full dress blockade such As that which the Anglo americans Defeated once with Tho historic Airlift saturday the russians let up on the traffic through the main zonal Border checkpoint at Helm Stedt. They let Down the bars Long enough for 130 of 250 trucks piled up there to pass through toward Berlin. Then they went Back to the slowdown tactics. Delaying methods also were started at a checkpoint near Lue Beck in Northern Germany. Allied officials in Frankfurt reported on the plans for the embargo on steel to Eastern Germany. They said it was a Quot satisfying coincidence that the scheme came out amidst the Berlin slowdown. The steel shipments should be stopped in any Case they said because of unfavourable trends developing under a Trade agreement Between the two parts of Germany Ladysmith wis. A Ltd it a a the March of dimes has an additional $1,400 for its fight against polio because the mayor of Ladysmith landed a punch in the nose. Mayor George Luell 5�?t5�?� planted the blow wednesday night on the nose of referee Jack Blair 6�?t 4�?� during a basketball game Between Ladysmith to american legion team and a quintet from Chetek. Luell thought Blair had half Days of caused a raw one. The two Good friends were alienated. It Wasny to Long before an enterprising citizen called the local radio station with an offer of $5 for the March of dimes if Luell and Blair would make up and croon Quot i love you truly Over the airwaves. Quicker than you could land a punch in. The nose the town took up the idea. The radio station was deluged with similar offers for four hours. Finally at Midnight the mayor and the referee buried the Hatchet solemnly Shook hands i and rendered Quot i love you truly Quot for the radio audience. It was touching especially to March of dimes officials who counted up a Little Over $1,400 because of the mayor to sock. Baby girls Anderson was born that Day. Court attaches told Anderson that to right his status he must produce documentary evidence to show he was born a boy. Mrs. Kean who was found living in a two room Flat in a ramshackle building on the fringe of ? Loop said she has not seen her son in 22 years. Her husband James is a factory worker. She gave this account of the birth Quot shortly after Leonard was born a premature seven month baby a Mother in the next bed said Quot you know what you the got mrs. Anderson you have a ?� writes news to Finland mrs. Kean said she was so sure at first it was a girl she w Rote her Mother in Finland telling her the news. She recalled that when she got up several Days later she discovered the baby was not a girl but a boy. Quot i did no to think to have the Hospital change its records a she said. Quot Leonard resembled his father and there did no to seem to be any question about ?� mrs. Kean said when she asked nurses about the sex of her baby she was told that Quot her baby was the Only premature born aug. 14.�?� she said she is willing to go to Duluth and testify that her son we tas born a boy a daughter nor my. Was born to mrs. Kean at Fargo n. D., in 1923. Wall. They towed the truck to the dog Pound and tried to Snag the animal with a noose on the end of a four foot pole. After 20 minutes the Bear had the pole. The policemen then gave up and Louis Tauber Pound attendant locked up the truck and its contents in an empty garage. Police said witnesses told them the Driver fled after the Accident. The truck was traced by its License plates but the owner had moved recently. Pals celebrate 90th birthdays old watch firm pays last checks Waltham ?" a some 1,200 employees received what May be their last checks from the Waltham watch co. Saturday after the Century old firm was forced to close because of the reconstruction finance corporation to refusal to Advance $2,000,000 for operating capital. The nation to oldest w atch Mak ing firm shut Down and president John j. Hagerty former new England rec director left for Boston to file a voluntary bankruptcy petition in Federal court. Federal judge George c. Sweeney set 4 . Monday for a hearing on the petition. Meanwhile president Walter w. Cenerazzo of the Independent american watch workers Union and the Massachusetts congressional delegation in Washington promised to wage a Quot Strong fight to to to put the firm Back in business. 3. 5. Tuscola 111.�?" amp it a John j. Hackett and Daniel n. Featherolf both former Wood cutters and tim Bermen celebrated their 90th birthdays in their Tuscola Homes saturday. Hackett w As born along the Shore of Lake Superior. His father. Ii q Phi John was killed in the Battle of i1lt"kun in vat Spott Shylania court House when Hackett was a baby. A Timber worker in his youth he came to Tuscola in 1885 and prospected for Coal and drilled for water As an occupation. He has one child. Featherolf w As born in Ohio and came to Tuscola in 1895. He had been a Farmer and Timberman All his life. He has five children 19 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. Kills woodsman 20 scientists who had Access to original work and Success upon the first atomic bombs. Clearance of Fuchs by the British for this top secret w Ork was not questioned by . Officials charged with responsibility for Security of information. Fuchs and other British scientists a played an integral part Quot in the wartime development of atomic weapons. 4 in this work Fuchs had Quot every Opportunity of knowing vital information. Groves May be recalled for Public testimony before the congressional committee. Tydings sat in on the session for an hour and a half and then came out and told waiting reporters Quot this is very serious but it is no More serious today than it wa3 ?� Groves he said has a supplied us w ith new details and additional ?� he added that a number of additional witnesses will be called but he did not identify them. No additional suspects have emerged from Groves to Bac grounding thus far the Maryland senator said. Groves indicated to reporters beforehand that Fuchs May have had Access to data about the Hydrogen super bomb. Senators quoted. Fri director j. Edgar Hoover As saying Fuchs had confessed to relaying atomic and Hydrogen bomb information to the russians. Iron River. Wis a a Henry Jurvelin 66, was struck and killed qau/mi11 a Lime by a hit run Driver on the out Jam Muu ii skirts of Iron River saturday. Jurvelin a Bachelor woodsman lived in the town of Oulu Bayfield county. His body a found on a Bridge by truck Driver Jack Saari Stevens Point. Link weak expect to separate siamese twin babies Tofield ?" a Canada to Only living siamese twins will be separated by surgery in May Hospital officials announced. Or. W. H. Freebury said the j a a missing plane twins entered the Hospital thurs j Seattle Wash. A a the Day for tests preparatory to the coast guard weather ship Escana operation which will sever the san Francisco intercepted a tissue connecting their Abdomens weak on a distress frequent Freebury said their internal or today and radio direction find Gans were separate units. Ers placed the source of the Sig the twins were bom to or. And Nal As mrs. Bud Townsend last novem Navy Pilot killed in Indiana crash Lowell ?" Uay a Navy training plane from the Glenview airbase crashed on a farm near Here saturday killing the Pilot. Lake county authorities said. Authorities said it appeared that the plane might have been trying to land at the Bailey Airport in Lowell. It crashed on the farm of Harold l. Strickland a Lake county Superior court judge. Navy officers declined to reveal the name of the Pilot until his family is notified. Predict miners will refuse to return to jobs on monday Ber. Freebury said they healthy Normal babies. Were somewhere in the Interior of British Columbia Quot where Bra planes Are searching for a missing u. S. Air Force transport discipline Miner who defied Lewis Library a. A Dpi a the United mine workers suspended for six months a Miner who called for a rebellion against John l. Lewis. Ump local 73 voted 151 to 0 to discipline insurgent Miner Joeeph Dickmon. The action came at e closed sew Ioa of the Talon. Pittsburgh our a local leaders of the United mine workers predicted a general walkout monday will follow John l. Lewis rejection of president Truman to Coal peace proposals. The ump officials denied that a general strike Call had been issued by Union Headquarters. They said the men to anger Over the Coal operators Quot walkout Quot on negotiations in Washington probably Means the end of the three Day week. William blizzard president of United mine workers District 17, said he doubted very much that Southern West Virginia to miners will return to work monday. Quot they just poured in Here like anything yesterday and today a � Man a Hall Shoat the Way the operators walked out on us at Washington a blizzard said. A of doubt very much if they will return to the three Day week. They tre just As mean As can be and this looks like the ?� Lee Burkey president of the Maxwell pa., local of the h. C. Frick Coal co., predicted Lewis to reply would touch off a general strike monday. Quot in View of Lewis to letter Quot he said Quot i done to think the miners will accept the three Day work week any ?� Quot they want a contract and they want it now. This is going to turn into a dog eat dog Battle. I think the miners now will rally into one striking Force with Only one objective in mind get a contract and gel h at White Lake White Lake ?"up the Sawmill of the Yankee Bissell corporation burned to the ground in a fire of undetermined origin. It was a three Story Frame building 200 by 80 feet but had not been in operation since last april. W. W. Gamble jr., principal owner declined to estimate the loss out said replacement would Cost $500,000. Also destroyed was a Quantity of lumber piled along the Transfer platform. Within five minutes after the fire was discovered about 10 30 a. Rn., the Interior of the Sawmill was completely in flames. The White Lake fire department and a Rural truck from Antigo prevented the fire from spreading to the company to flooring and planing Mills in adjacent buildings. Takes own life ?"i/p a a Young Man who left two notes stating he was a of liar to myself committed suicide while temporarily insane a Coroner to jury decided. Arthur m. Hiatt 28, died from loss of blood. His wrists and arms had been slashed with a razor Blade

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