Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
19 Feb 1950

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19 Feb 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 19, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 20, no. 42racine, wie., sunday february 19, 1950 6 faces reveals Wilkie was worried about russians Indianapolis a a the late Wendell Winkle feared in 1042 that Stalin and other soviet Leaden would show the a brutality and imperialism of former russian governments but his advice on dealing with them went unheeded a newspaper and Magazine publisher said. Gardner Cowles president of the Des Moines Register and Tribune accompanied Willkie on a round the world trip in 1942. Find girl in Coop Iron Mountain ?"<ff a twelve year old Gwendolyn Marsh was found hiding in a Chicken Coop Only two blocks from her Home after she had been missing for 17 hours. She was unhurt. Officers said the child appeared frightened. They were unable to obtain an explanation from her As to Why she had disappeared late Friday. Hundreds off volunteers had joined state police City and county officials in a methodical search of the twin cities of Kingsford and Iron Mountain. Gwendolyn was found by state police sgt. Edgar Welsch of the Iron Mountain Post and Dickinson county sheriff Amedeo Pesa Vento. She had spent the night in a Chicken Coop behind the residence of mrs. Inga Kopp. She was hungry and cold but otherwise appeared to have suffered no ill effects. The girl was returned to her parents or. And mrs. Sidney Marsh in adjacent Kingsford. The parents were unable to explain the girls action. They said there had been no trouble at Home or at school. The girl last had been seen at 5 30 p. In. Friday As she left the Home of a playmate. Follow new clue to missing cs4 Whitehorse y. ?" Fly the Royal Canadian mounted police Are striking into the Brush to follow up a new Lead on the c-54 transport plane missing in the Yukon wilderness since Jan. 26. An Indian came in from the Snow filled forests at Burwash Landing about 176 Miles Northwest of Here on the Alaska Highway. He told the mounties that of Jan. 26 he had heard a loud crash on a Mountain near where he was camping on Gladstone Creek North of Kluane Lake. Since then the Indian said he has seen indications of landslides on the Mountain. And he has seen Large flocks of whiskey jacks a scavenger Bird typical of this area. The mounted police have notified american army officers in the Section and it is expected that they will give assistance. The missing c-54 was carrying 44 persons out of Anchorage All service personnel except a woman and a child. Cowles said Willkie 1040 Republican presidential candidate was a Wise before his ?t Cowles spoke saturday As he presented a Bronze plaque honouring Willkie to the state of Indiana for a permanent place in the Capitol Rotunda. A Willkie with uncanny insight foresaw our present troubles with Russia said Cowles. A Ohe urged time and again that we Settle on the terms of the peace during the War when our bargaining Power was at its height. Plaque bears Creed a Ohe recalled that through All history allies always quarrel after a War to end unless the peace terms have been firmly spelled out before the enemy collapses the plaque showed Willkie in profile and bore a Creed which Willkie included in a 1939 speech before the 44th Congress of american Industry. The Creed said a of believe in America because in it we Are free free to choose our government speak our minds observe our different religions because we hate no Peoples and covet no Peoples lands because we have great dreams and because we have the Opportunity to make those dreams come True Cowles said Willkie realized after he visited Russia in 1942 that a othe soviet government would attempt to overrun her neighbors after Germany was destroyed it suspected them All a Ohe kept worrying about the russian leaders Quot said Cowles. A when he was talking with Stalin Molotov Vishinsky and other members of the politburo he detected in them a rebirth of the brutality and imperialism of the old czarist governments. A Ohe kept exploring in his mind during the Long flight from Moscow to chunking How Russia could be bound during the War to participate after the War in a real league of nations Strong enough to preserve peace promote More Equality Between have and have not nations and break Down Trade barriers so All people might have a Chace at a rising Standard of living. A Ohe never feared that men Given a Choice would turn voluntarily to Cowles said the world was better because of what Willkie said and did. A history will recall that he lost an election but it will also say he won a Oit is to his eternal credit that he was not the candidate in the 1940 Campaign who promised the american Public that american boys would never be sent into War in a foreign land. A of few cynics and critics like to Call Willkie naive because he talked of a one world i say he was Wise before his the plaque was unveiled on the 58th anniversary of Willkie to birth at Elwood ind. Aly Breaks leg while Sling a stand Switzerland a up a Prince Aly Khan husband of movie actress Rita Hayworth broke his leg in three places saturday in a skiing Accident Rita was visiting friends at the time in Lausanne 50 Miles away. She rushed to the Prince s bedside at a Hospital. Miners vote to defy writ and Lewis Only 2 in 800 indicate desire to dig monday Marshall Field to wed socialite from Joliet Joliet ?" if a the engage ment of Marshall Field jr., 33, assistant publisher and associate editor of the Chicago Sun times to miss Katherine Woodruff 22, of Joliet has been announced. Field is the son of mrs. Diego Suarez of new York City and Marshall Field Chicago businessman and philanthropist and president and publisher of the Sun times. Field jr., has two children by a previous marriage to Joanne Bass. Miss Woodruff is the daughter of or. And mrs. Frederick w. Woodruff of Joliet. She was graduated from Westover school Middlebury conn., and Smith College. She is a provisional member of the Junior league of Chicago. Televise Kitty in Wash machine Paris 111.�?" if a Larry Tisdale to children wanted to play television. So Gregory 2, and Barry 9, put the family cat into their Home laundering machine and pretended they were watching a to animal act through the Glass door of the machine. They soon tired of the show and left. Along came mrs. Tisdale with a Load of clothes. She dumped them into the machine and turned the switch. A dizzy and wet cat was rescued some moments and bowls later. Governor sick Madison wis. A up a illness will prevent gov. Rennebohm from filling two weekend speaking engagements his office said. The governor was confined to his Home with an attack of flu. The executive was scheduled to talk today in Madison. Train death toll mounts Rockville Centre n. ?" or the death toll in Friday night its collision of two Long Island Railroad commuter trains Rose to 29 and five other persons were injured so critically authorities feared the final death toll might be 34. Fifty nine of the 115 injured were confined to three hospitals. It was one of the worst disasters in new York commuting history. Hold Motorman. The trains travelling in opposite directions collided on a Section of a Ogan let track that by passed a construction project. A Gauntlet track is a Section where the two lines Are crowded together so that the rail of one is inside the rails of the other. Both Motorman survived the crash and second degree manslaughter charges were lodged against Jacob Kiefer 55, Baldwin Long Island. He was ordered held for the Nassau county grand jury. Officials said Kiefer ran a red Light onto the Gauntlet track crashing into the other train which had just pulled out of the Rockville Centre station. Shears coaches. The overlapping sections of the two Forward coaches of the two trains were sheared straight Down the Middle and it was in these that most of the victims were killed. The two Motorman escaped because their cabs were on the right hand Side and both got Clear. Both were suffering from Shock. J. W. Markin Motorman of the eastbound train at first was believed killed 9but he was found at his Home after the crash. Biggest show since before War put on by Auto manufacturers Chicago top a the nation s Auto Industry puts its newest Model vehicles on display at the biggest Auto show since pre War Days. Some 300 Model passenger cars built by 19 manufacturers Are expected to draw nearly a half million visitors to the 42nd annual Chicago automobile show. Opening at two o clock saturday in Chicago to International Amphitheater the show will run through feb. 26. Besides passenger cars there Are trucks trailers Auto bodies cutaway engines and accessories ranging from cig Aret lighters to automatic transmissions. The show is sponsored by the Chicago automobile Trade association but it is getting More than usual support from the various manufacturers. Most of the manufacturers have factory representatives on hand to extol the merits of their various makes. Although the Industry established new sales records last year in the Sale of More than 5,800,000 vehicles most factory representatives Are talking about More records this year. Typical is the statement of h. C. Doss sales vice president of Nash. A your sales during 1950 Promise to be the highest in the 48-year history of Nash and its predecessor company he said. Get out of Public life Church advises Ingrid los ?" up a get out of Public life is the los Angeles Church federation to advice to Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini. Directors of the federation including Hollywood churches spoke out sharply in a Resolution a Oit would seem that a becoming sense of human decency and Christian ethics insists that the Central figures in the recent adulterous interlude and other persons involved in comparable situations should retire from Public they also appealed to a persons dedicated to human decency to refuse to patronize the Bergman Rossellini film �??� trains crash head on in new York Washington a up a striking Coal miners renewed their Defiance of a court order and a new plea from John l. Lewis saturday in the face of Strong expressions of official Hope that they will dig monday. Peace negotiations meanwhile were called off for the weekend with no signs of any new Progress toward a contract. The White House declared president Truman will make no week end moves such As con tempt action Over violation of a Federal Stop strike injunction. Almost simultaneously with the recess in the bargaining Here the United mine workers biggest local the 1500-member Robena unit at Masontown pa., voted a defiant a Ono Quot to the latest Back to work plea from Lewis. With some 800 members present the Lewis message directing the men to return to the pits a forthwith Quot was read. A othe men that want to go Back to work stand up Quot they were told. Only two stood. At least two other locals already had shown similar Defiance. Heretofore the Union rank and file has followed Lewis slightest whim without question. Recess until monday his Back to work instructions of a week ago were regarded generally As a Mere formal compliance with a court order. Instructions to end the strike a of forthwith was emphatic. Contract negotiations were called off until monday at i p. In. Cost on the suggestion of David l. Cole chairman of the Board president Truman assigned to look into the dispute that has spread Coal strangulation Over the nation s Economy. A Othey were not making the Progress we hoped for this morning a Cole told reporters. A owe thought a recess would be helpful. They needed a ?� the most hopeful thing Cole and Cyrus s. Ching u. S. Mediation chief could report was that both parties a Oare making a real Effort at collective ?� Cole said Lewis had assured him and Ching that his new Back to work order was set out a oin Good ?� Mission is waiting to see if the miners go Back to work monday before taking any action on a Brownout order. Fisher said the commission might act monday afternoon on rationing electricity after it receives reports from Utility companies on the status of their Coal stockpiles. By that time it should be known if the miners will work or not he said. Pistol stirs Hunt Here police detectives ire investigating the discovery of blood stains and a .38 revolver which were found on the sidewalk at Charles St. And Walton ave. The revolver an old Model Harrington and Richardson was found by Richard Knapp 23, of 1231 Romayne ave. He spotted the pistol while walking to a movie Friday night. He said he took it Home and unloaded four shells from the five Shell Magazine. Detectives Charles Alexander and Eugene Nielsen made a House to House canvass of the neighbourhood but were unable to learn of any unusual disturbance or locate anyone who had heard shots. Examination of the gun disclosed it had not been fired but a Small spot believed to be blood or rust was found on the revolver. The detectives said blood stains were found in the Snow but no signs of a struggle were apparent. A Check of City hospitals failed to reveal anyone who had been admitted with wounds which might have been inflicted by the pistol. Murder suspect gives self up Milwaukee uj6�?"John Mosley 26, Milwaukee negro surrendered to police and confessed fatally shooting a Man in a tavern fight late Friday night detectives said. Mosley admitted slaying Charles Williams 25-year-old negro with it was on that basis that Cole i a .32 Caliper revolver officers re expressed belief output would be ported. Five witnesses told Detec resumed monday. Hearing at 9 a. M. Cole and Ching told reporters of that feeling after they had reported to president Truman saturday morning. Fixing of the i p. In. Hour for resumed contract talks Cole said had nothing to do with the fact that a hearing will come up in Federal court at 9 a. In. On the question of extending the present 10-Day no strike order into a regular 80-Day Taft Hartley injun Tives that Mosley fired six shots at Williams about 11 20 p. In. Five bullets entered his body and one struck a Wall. Attlee ends drive for British vote London our a prime my ister Clement Attlee said Britain was a ready and eager to discuss with the russians or anybody else ways of controlling Hydrogen and _ atom bombs but Only within the 10 any framework of the United nations connection with whether the men go Back to the pits monday. A of done to think these meetings Are contingent on whether the miners go Back or not a he said. Chicago Brownout awaits decision Chicago it a the possibility Attlee did not mention in the last political radio speech of the election Campaign the proposal by Winston Churchill for a three Power conference to end the atomic race and cold War. Fastest on skis ref a a to tar nil i Aspen Colo. Up Zeno cold of. Brownout for chitto and of Italy slashed Down Moum Aspen at a 53-mile Pace to capture the men s downhill title saturday crossing the line in 2 minutes 34.4 seconds. The state As a whole was voiced by the chairman of the Illinois Commerce commission. Walter t. Fisher said the com cite sheriff for removing prisoner to other county jail fire rams coach los Angeles our a Clark Shaughnessy the t formation specialist was fired saturday As coach of the los Angeles rams and replaced by line coach Joe Stydahar. These pictures Tell the Story or death and suffering As two Long Island Railroad com Hunter trains crashed head on at Rockville Centre n. Y. In the top picture firemen and Rescue workers Are seen milling about the trains removing the dead and injured from a Jumble of steel. A inside shot of a partly tipped car Middle photo shows the passengers lying in the aisle. One car sliced in two by the Impact is photographed in the third picture with rescuers probing the shattered wreckage. The disaster was one of the biggest train tragedies in this country in the last four years. A wire photos. Sturgeon Bay ?" a a door county judge Grover Stapleton cited sheriff John Pivonka for contempt of court by removing a prisoner to jail in another county. A hearing on the contempt order will be held monday morning. Pivonka who is feuding with the county Board Over employment of 24-hour guards closed the county jail earlier this week. He said the jail was insecure. Judge Stapleton to contempt citation alleged that the sheriff took a prisoner Frank Snyder to the Brown county jail at Green Bay Friday in violation of a court order. Snyder was charged with intoxication. The judge said Pivonka had not notified him that the jail Here was unsecured. Pivonka wants the county Board to provide him with full time deputies to guard the jail. The Board wants the sheriff to deputized City and county traffic officers for that work. These officers work in the same building

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