Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
22 Jan 1950

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22 Jan 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 22, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol 20, no. 38racine, Wil. Sunday january 22. 1950 6 pages pickets Stone miners who bolted big Union americans go for marriage Madison was. A a marriage License bureaus had it so Good. Marriage in the United states is More popular than it Ever was before a and Young americans make their grandfathers look like bikers when it comes to pairing off. That the opinion of or. Sven it Riemer of the University of Wisconsin who s made a study of such things. He teaches a popular a marriage and the family course at Wisconsin wrote More than 50 articles and books on the subject and studied it at the University of Berlin and the London school of economics and Heidelberg University. Remarriage mount a othe present american population obviously considers marriage the Only tolerable Way of life Quot Riemer said. A owe Are a More married people today than at any previous time. Marriage has been put on the map As a goal Worth striving ?� what the marrying american wants is companionship Riemer says not babies. That s Why remarriage have increased More rapidly than first marriages since 1939. A owe Shim the a blessed state of single adulthood and our eager search for a successful married life has resulted in a leap in the divorce rate although not necessarily an increase in unsuccessful marriages. Our demands on companionship have grown to such an extent that those failing to reach the goal break away earlier than before not because they give up More easily but because they want to try ?� 58-year Rise he Points to the figures in 1890, 55.4 Par cent of the population Over 14 years old was married. # now it to 66.7. And most of the jump took place in the 1940 s. But the War did t account for it alone Riemer says. The marriage rate has been rising for the past 58 years and the age of marrying especially among men a has been going Down. He finds that the difference in age Between Man and wife has dropped from four to three years. The marriage a Boom is concentrated among those in their Early 20 s and persons 45-years-old or Over. The difference Between us and our elders is our attitude towards children Riemer says. They used to think children were a othe supreme purpose of wedded ?� now Quot it is marriage that we have Learned to appreciate As an end in ?� defies depressions a perhaps the Joy in child raising will grow As the crowning glory to the present marriage Boom. If it will not come in this manner it will not come at All. Neither promotion or subsidy will turn the ?� but come depression children or climbing divorce rates prof. Riemer sees no reason Why americans won t want to get married More and More. Vocal drummer a two year old Claire Breen Enro Ute to Highland ind., adds a vocal accompaniment to her drum Solo As she arrives in new York by plane from London. Diggers voting on Lewis edict Breaks record at swim meet do and Polly a Vera Chreptowsky 30 months old carries her doll in her Knapsack As she arrives at a new York pier with her parents displaced persons from the Ukraine. Give building Back to reds Canon City Colo. A p a fighting broke out Between a reinforced United mine workers picket line and members of a Small new Union which bolted the John l. Lewis organization. After an hour the approximately 35 independents involved gave up trying to crash the picket line. A few others who had gone into the mine area earlier left the pits to avoid trouble. When they came Back out the Coal Field Road they said the ump group had dispersed. Dragged from cars. Members of the Independent group their faces bloody and swollen told this Story when they came Back from the mine area for medical treatment four of them in the Florence Hospital they set out to the Small South Fremont county mines this morning by trucks cars and busses. They were met six and a half Miles South of Florence by a reinforced ump picket line. As each vehicle Drew up to it the pickets began hurling stones shattering windows and forcing them to Stop. The pickets then dragged them from their vehicles beat them and warned them they j would do no work at the Independent mines. In the Florence Hospital were Thomas Shelnutt 42, of Canon City and l. J. Clark 54, Eugene Mattice 41, and John Morcott 28, All of Florence. Officials listed Moscotti to condition As serious. Working 5 Days. Shelnutt is Secretary treasurer of the new group incorporated As the Coal miners of the Rocky Mountain Empire. He said More than 40 men nearly All former ump members had joined the splinter Union because they were a dissatisfied with the Way things were run in the ?� the Independent group has been working a five Day week. It was offering a contract based on $14.17 a Day plus time and a half for All hours Over 40, with a 20 cent per ton welfare fund Royalty. A Olet stomachs decided advice to strikers Pittsburgh. A it pm John l. Lewis chief lieutenant in South it Western Pennsylvania Core of the 90,000 Man a Ono contract no work strike a ordered local ump officials to poll their diggers today on the Union chiefs Back to work suggestion. More than 200 local officers in ump District four were told by District president William Hynes a Oit is your duty to Tell your men to go Back to ?t sentence stabber of Mother in Law Appleton ?"<uj a Robert Tracy 28, who admitted he stabbed his Mother in Law was sentenced saturday to a two to four year term at Waupun state prison. Municipal judge Oscar Schmiege handed Down the sentence for third degree manslaughter and out Agamie District attorney Allen r. Solie immediately asked the court s permission to Appeal the verdict. Tracy has been charged with first degree murder but last night the jury returned the manslaughter verdict. Solie said the verdict was a Adverse to the ?� judge Schmiege said the prosecutor s request was a of unusual and that he would have to file a Brief to Start Appeal proceedings. Tracy was charged with the murder of mrs. Rose Hermsen last november. The 28-year-old Neenah Man testified that he had been Friendly with his Mother in Law but that they had an argument Over his wife to divorce suit the night of the killing. Jury convicts Hiss on perjury counts fumes kill Allis girl 20 was Milwaukee a a a a year old West Allis girl found dead and her Fiance unconscious in an automobile parked in a garage at his Home saturday. Raymond Gutowski an assistant medical examiner said the couple suffered accidental monoxide poisoning. The dead girl was Gloria Ann Balzer 20, daughter of or. And mrs. Arthur Balzer. Balzer served three terms in the state Assembly. Her Fiance Adolph Bozich 23, also of West Allis was in poor condition in the county general Hospital. Gutowski theorized that the Young couple engaged at Christmas time had driven into the garage and closed the tight overhead doors. The motor of the car was left running and the exhaust fumes penetrated the automobile. Bozich apparently had tried to get to the garage doors but fell near them at the rear of i tured the car., he fell face Down. Indict cashier for embezzling Lafayette ind. A it up it a the Tippecanoe county grand jury indicted w. W. Hollensbe 39, former Purdue University cashier on embezzlement charges. Two separate indictments charge Hollensbe with embezzling $5,000. The state Board of accounts reported dec. 31 that audits the officials meeting in Union showed Hollensbe to accounts Short fear attempt by purple gang to free Leader Miami ?" up a preparations to return Harry Fleischer to Detroit were carefully shrouded in secrecy. Fri agents and the u. S. Marshall to office were guarding against any possible attempt by mobster friends to free the notorious prohibition Era purple gang Leader. The Fri which described Fleischer As a one of the most dangerous and most wanted men in the United states a has made no secret that it fears Tome of the former Detroit purple gang gunmen might attempt to snatch him from the Law. Seized in Beach. Since his capture wednesday As he sprawled on the Sand at Pompano Beach a Small army of Fri agents has accompanied his every move. Albert Sammy Wright 34, the Man who unwittingly led Fri agents to Fleischer s hideaway and Berniece Jackson 31. The gangster to girl Friend were placed in $25,000 Bond by u. S. Commissioner Roger e. Davis. Wright of Cincinnati declared he was a completely ignorant of the purple gang Leader s identity. He said it Wasny to until agents Cap Fleischer that he really Iowa City Iowa a Dave Anderson University of Mineso j to freshman swimmer broke the a National Junior 1,500 meter record in the Iowa aau swimming meet Here. Anderson swam the distance in berlins up a maj. Gen. Maxwell d. Taylor u s. Commander in Berlin ordered West Berlin police to vacate the soviet Reichs Bahn railway building rather than give the russians an excuse to threaten a new blockade. A Oit was the american intention to put this splice to use for the Benefit of Berlin a Gen. Taylor said in a statement explaining Why the u. S. Property control Section authorized the City government on Jan. 17 to move into the virtually empty railway head Quad j ters. A bending Over backwards. A unfortunately the unreasonable j provocative attitude of the soviets and of the Reichs Bahn makes it appear probable that the hardships which they intend to town at Hyness to Call agreed to Call their diggers together and urge them to return to the pits on the Lewis ordered three Day week. A Olet your stomachs decide a Hynes counselled the group. The 90,000 diggers mostly in Northern West Virginia and this part of Pennsylvania struck two weeks ago because of the nine months delay in obtaining a contract. Lewis suggested the men return to the pits but to no Avail. Lewis to suggestion was wired to District officers. This Drew objections at the meeting local officials protesting that it should have been sent to them. Knew who he was. The order to return Fleischer to Detroit where he is wanted for jumping Ball Ane conviction on a charge of armed robbery took just 30 seconds. Handcuffed chained. Handcuffed and chained Fleischer was taken before Federal judge Alfred d. Barksdale. Fleischer acknowledged his identity. When judge Barksdale asked if he wanted to go Back to Detroit he murmured a Oyes ?� a Oit is so ordered a replied the judge. Fleischer was hurried from the court room. Commissioner Davis had set $100,000 Bond thursday. Convicts help youngsters Jimmy Wallace above la of upper Sandusky Ohio is Happy because seven Ohio Penitentiary inmates gave him 448 Square inches of their skin to help save his life. Jimmy is shown in a Columbus Hospital where he underwent a two hour skin graft operation. An Oil stove explosion at his Home burned much of his body. Skin donors Are serving terms ranging from to years to life. A wire photo. Opens Way to Aid China by loan Extension plan Washington a in a senator \ traction fund would lapse feb. 15. Connally a Texas opened the the same deadline applies to Way for Congress to link economic a Conom a a a for Korea. The Aid to the chinese nationalists korean government. Connally who Heads the Senate foreign relations committee said it is the consensus of that group that the chinese nationalists who have fled to Formosa should have $106,000,000 economic Aid Between now and june 30. Under the present Law this amount left from a $125,000,000 economic cooperation adminis by a net amount of $20,103.75 _ Hollensbe appeared in court As the grand jurors reported and he maj finn re Bret immediately nerve Teri the $7,500 Quot vhf l a Chi w of of judge w. Jury a of immediately posted the $7,500 Bond set by circuit Lynn Parkinson. Hollensbe was arrested near Petoskey mich., last August on a child desertion charge and had been free on a $2,000 Bond. One of the indictments charges Hollensbe with embezzling $2,700 circuit court Between Jan. 30, 1940 and nov. 6, attorney Charles f. Raulston 1943 it was issued in 37 counts jumped to his feet demanding a the other indictment charges j mistrial a oin View of or. Coopers to Hollensbe with embezzling $2,700 i improper ?� judge Joe n. Between Jan. 30, 1940 and nov. 6,1 Hunter overruled the motion after Chattanooga. ?"iav-�?Ojust a moment there to a rat in the jury Box a said attorney James Cooper addressing the 1943 it was issued in 37 counts. The other indictment charges Hollensbe with embezzling $2,300 from the payroll accounts of the memorial Union and the Cary residence Halls for men last aug. To. To i impose outweigh the benefits Aris ing from the american plan. An officially timed 19 50.7 a i a i a having regretfully reached this Man 40 seconds. The previous a ,. or sufi Quot Roger Watts Iowa state col a Fiji of the building lege finished second to Anderson Taylor was asked if his position in the finals and his unofficial was that the is Bosworth ,rw.� est Abl shed the threat of a new blockade. He National Mark. Watts was caught replied � 19-51.8. A Othats to exactly it. We Are Bend ing Over backwards to the soviet claim that this building has some connection however Remote with the operation of the ?� he said the Reichs Bahn would be permitted to restore its guard jurors fail to see mouse Miami a a circuit judge William a. Herin took no j i la when he saw a mouse run into my Mother killed 3 Hurt court while two women were in me jury Box. The judge whispered to the one juror slapped his leg and jumped straight up. The rat was t even a rat. One juror had brushed the leg of Anomer causing the latter to Mink a rat had run up his trouser leg. In Milwaukee collision Milwaukee our a bees cause Bun in Post office Richmond a. A urn the Post office Here was buzzing with Congress to receive tax message monday Washington a ?" presi Dent Truman will Send his special a 4. Tax message to Congress monday building. 7�?t earlier me american Comman the White House announced. Congressional sources said or. Truman plans to ask for a Cut of about $750,000,000, but a boost in corporation taxes mat will More than make up for me loss in Revenue. Or. Truman put me final touches on his message saturday at a conference with Secretary of Treasury John w. Snyder and members of me president s staff. Find shoplifting club operates in school Oklahoma City it a police broke up a girls High school club which they said was dedicated to shoplifting. Two teenage girls were arrested police reported and to More were being sought. The club is estimated to have stolen hundreds of dollars Worth of merchandise from Oklahoma City stores. Dant had said he did not regard me dispute with me russians Over me Reichs Bahn building in the Western zone of me City As a serious incident. Termed spiteful move. He charged mat me Eastern authorities had used the occupation of the building As a Oan excuse to vent their spite against a est ?� East German communists have implied that inter zonal train service might be affected because West German police had occupied vacant offices in me russian controlled building located in me american Center. Informed of published reports Quot that the City was threatened with a new blockade Ai d that the air lift might be revived Taylor asserted a of am very Happy to Spike mat. It is simply not ?� mrs. Deputy clerk. The clerk Concha Audrey j. Czarnecki 35, Milkau lastly opened a door and dropped Kee was injured fatally saturday i activity when seven Queen bees a pad of paper close to the mouse to morning in a two car collision at escaped from a shipping Box. Four Tail. A City intersection. Mrs. Czar i were recaptured and placed in a Neckin to husband Thomas 38, and mail Pouch labelled a Queen bees their two sons Thomas jr., 6, and a Loose in Pouch Box broken Richard 7, were injured. Look ?� the women jurors did no to notice a thing As the rodent scampered out. In � v m it in siamese family Simmy Iii and Sabra siamese cats owned by or. And mrs. Charles wallets of Rome n. Y., preside Over ceremony As their nine weeks old Kittens pose tor first portrait \ czech clergy bows to reds Prague ?"<u.r a the official news Agency reported mat czech clergymen including Catholic priests had taken oaths of loyalty to the communist government. Catholic sources competent to comment on the Agency report were not available immediately. A protestant source said yesterday mat lutheran pastors had received orders to go to their regional National committees and take me loyalty oath. The source said the pastors were reluctant to obey. The loyalty oath was one of me main Points of dispute in me months Long struggle Between the communist government and the roman Catholic Church in Czechoslovakia. Czech Bishops finally agreed mat me priests could take me oath if they added the reservation a provided it does not conflict with the Laws of god the Church or me natural rights of Man decide he lied about Chambers at red inquiry new York a a Federal court jury found Alger Hiss guilty of perjury. The jury of eight women and four men reported saturday at 2 48 p. M. That it had found the 45-year-old former state department officials guilty of both counts of the indictment. Hiss was charged with lying when he denied under oath that he had stolen state department secrets in 1938, for delivery to Whittaker Chambers an admitted courier for a communist spy ring. That was the first count. The second count said he lied in denying mat he had seen Chambers after Jan. I 1937. The verdict was reported by me jury Foreman mrs. Ada con Dell a Bronx housewife. Verdict unanimous. After me jury returned to its Box court clerk Joseph Toner j called out me name of each one j and each juror responded �??� after asking whether they had j arrived at a verdict and getting an affirmative answer me clerk asked i a How say you a mrs. Condell standing said i a owe find the defendant guilty on the first count and guilty pm me second ?� she was asked to repeat the verdict. She did and the clerk repeated it too. Then me july was polled at me request of defense attorney Claude b. Cross. Each juror stated mat he shared in me guilty finding. Neither Hiss nor his wife moved a muscle or changed their facial expression. Hiss sat with his arms folded. His wife held her hands crossed limply in her Lap. She stared into space. Hiss turned his head toward me jury. Paia wife s hand. The courtroom became tense when me jury began returning to me courtroom at 2 46 p. In. Bom Hiss and his wife turned to look at me eight women and four men. Hiss swallowed hard several times. After me verdict was pronounced and the jury was dismissed Hiss still without changing expression reached Over with his right hand clasped his wife to left hand and patted it. She just stared into space. The judge turned to me jury and instructed its members not to talk about me Case after leaving ing it in with a Bill now before j the courtroom a Oto save yourself j the Senate foreign relations i possible embarrassment. House rejected by a one vote margin last week a Bill to make with similar help to me South., $60jkh too available to South Korea. Connally said me korean Aid proposal might be revived by to Connally committee to extend the time for China Aid. He said he did not regard me j0 30 a. In. For sentencing. House vote rejecting the Korea it it sentence wednesday. Judge Goddard set wednesday measure As an indication of the House to attitude toward other foreign policies. Ramer he said it apparently represented a dissatisfaction with the Way things have been going in China a divorces Hubby who did cooking he men ruled Over me protest of me government mat Hiss could remain free under his present bail of $5,000 until men. As me court adjourned Hiss with his wife in Tow shouldered through me crowd to me door. He waved off newsmen with a Ono comment. No comment. Chambers gets news praises prosecutor Westminster my. A a Miami ?"mrs. Sophia a Whittaker Chambers Star govern a High source said me priests Barbara staup sued her husband t ment witness in the Alger Hiss could make the reservation be for divorce because he refused to j perjury trial said the jury re Bretly to themselves a Oso they will let her buy groceries and insisted j turned a othe Only possible verdict be Able to keep out of ?� j on doing the cooking and House a finding Hiss guilty. Work. Quakes in Chile Santiago ?" in a earthquakes Shook various Southern provinces in Chile saturday but the government reported they caused no damage or loss of life. I done to see How they could have returned any other verdict a Chambers said at his farm near Here. A of Hope me american people realize what they owe to this jury to or. Murphy government prosecutor and to the splendid work of the Fri a he said. The source added mat a your Job now is to keep our priests free to enable Mem to continue their religious ?� quiz deaf mute on woman s slaying Minneapolis urn a deaf mute was questioned As a suspect in me slaying of Mary Pabiska 28, St. Paul after police said he gave an a of unreliable statement mat he killed her. Inspector William Joyce said me Man about 30 years old was Santa Monica ?"olp a i nothing Ever came of me engage arrested on a charge of molesting the Mother of Tennis Star Gert Mente. A Minneapolis woman. owe had a letter from Gertrude rude Moran said reports of her i just that Othot Day it a Harry Chad daughter to engagement in Calcut i Moran her lamer said. A Oshe to. India to a British businessman mentioned Davenport once in me betrothal of gorgeous Gussy floors her mom in California by police he wrote a Oyes when asked if he killed miss Pabiska detective Frank Schaaf said. Miss Pabiska a tiny comp Ometer operator was knifed to death As she returned Home from a show. Theft suspects seized Paris up a police questioned a former lieutenant colonel in the French army today in connection with last summer to robbery of $500,000 to $800,000 Worth of jewels from the Aga Khan and letter but in no Way hinted at an engagement. This has upset my wife and me very ?� the Tennis Queen to Mother said a fall we want is Gertrude to be Happy. But it was awful to hear of her engagement by Reading a newspaper. This Ming has floored us particularly me part about social columns in Calcutta her reportedly wanting to make papers announced the engagement her Home in ?� had a of floored her. A Oitt to so unlike Gertrude to do something like mat and not let us know a mrs. Emma Moran said. A Oshe s always told us her every move but we Haven to heard a word from her about me engagement. In of a gorgeous Gussye to Anthony his wife. Five Omer men have i Davenport of Berkshire England been arrested As suspects in the mrs. Moran said her daughter Bas been engaged before but Moran said me last letter a and his wife received from Gertrude was dated Jan. 14 and was written from new Delhi

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