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11 Jun 1950

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11 Jun 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 11, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol 21, no. 6racine, wis., sunday june la 1950 8 pages reveals Forrestal sought to prevent amerasian arrests ?" or a the late j personal diary in which the then James Forrestal was revealed to Navy Secretary revealed his inter have tried to delay arrests in the j mention in the Case involving theft 1945 amerasian theft Case because of government documents. They might have jeopardized creation of the United nations. Feared �??t the entry in forr Staps diary the Justice department Dis disclosed that maj. Mathias f. Closed that it had a copy of a Correa one of Forrestall to special assistants had informed him on May 28 that arrests were scheduled two Days later in the Case. Correa now a new York attorney reported to Forrestal according to forr Staps diary that the Justice department had received information that naval it. Andrew Roth had been furnishing secret and confidential documents to Philip Jaffe editor of the amerasian Magazine. The diary said that Jaffe a has had intimate relationships with the russian Consul in new ?� Correa reported according to May 28, 1945, entry in forr Staps . Saves Soo locks Sault Ste. Marie ?" a the rattle of machine gun fire awakened this Community saturday As mock a of invaders tried to capture the strategic Soo locks connecting the great lakes. But 5th army forces command the diary that it was proposed de by col. William Purdy announced that the enemy had been repulsed and the locks still were safely in american hands. 30 �??� however umpires ruled that the Soo Central Telephone Exchange was knocked out and the control Tower of Macarthur locks damaged. Defenders estimated 30 attackers were �??� chief defense coordinator col. P. O. Stewart also was declared a casualty. Aggressor forces from it. Riley kans., and fort Sheridan ii trained in sabotage attacked at Dawn. The rattle of Blank cartridges from machine guns announced the attack to townsmen. The locks were defended by coast guardsmen the National guard and civilian guards. The exercise was to train troops for defense of the vital link in the great lakes Chain. More to come. That Roth be taken a into surveillance a apparently custody. A of pointed out the inevitable consequences of such action now a the Forrestal excerpt said a would be to greatly Embarrass the president now in his current conversations with Stalin because of the anti russian Layup the incident would receive out of All proportions to its importance. At the time Russia and the United states and other nations were hammering out the in charter at san Francisco. Appealed to aide. Forrestal noted in the diary that he asked capt. John k. Vardaman then president Truman to naval aide to bring the matter to president Truman to attention and also asked Fri chief j. Edgar Hoover to inform Tom c. Clark then head of the Justice department to criminal division and now a supreme court Justice of the matter. But despite such efforts or. Further attacks were expected. Truman ordered on june 2 that the camera reveals a government alleys to the nation to capital from horizon to horizon is dramatically shown in this air Force picture made with a newly developed camera and infrared film from a b-17 bomber 10,000 feet Over Washington d. C. The horizontal distance covered at this Altitude is estimated at 26 Miles. The coverage area can be increased by corresponding Elevation of the aircraft. The camera specially developed for test purposes to determine its reconnaissance value is the Standard strip Type operating perpendicularly to the line of flight. Exposure of the film at any Point on the ground is approximately i/300th of a second and it requires two seconds for the camera on its revolving mount to Complete the full 180-degree swing. A wire photo from department of defense. President pounces on soviet Russia t saturday to Force numbered about 50 men from it. Riley. The 1437th National guard Engineer unit was the main defense unit. Federal troops Are expected to help. Timing of the mock attack was a closely guarded secret. The exercise is expected to last to Days with More troops aided by air units thrown into the Battle. To fight off expected attacks by bombers the 22nd anti aircraft battalion of the 5th army at fort Custer was heading North. Gorilla revives from Stup or the by Chicago ?"Bushman, 550-Pound Gorilla regarded thousands of chicagoan As their personal pet revived a Little from the near stupor in which he had lain for two Days. He climbed upon a shelf at the Back of his Cage ordinarily his favorite resting spot but one which he had deserted for the first two Days of illness which appeared to paralyse his hindquarters and left him grimacing in pain. To the anxious children and parents who gathered in front of his Cage As rapidly As they could find room the news that he seemed to be improving was cheering. Eddie Robinson his keeper said that the scowling Bushman whose face occasionally twisted in weak attempts to a make faces at his visitors a looked ?� two veterinarians who kept watch Over him could Only observe from a distance. Even when he is ill Bushman to strength is so great that a sudden flip of his powerful Arm might kill a Man. Case be pressed vigorously and on june 6 six persons were arrested including Roth and Jaffe. The Justice department said it had received the copy of the Forrestal diary notes from Correa recently in new York. Apparently the notes have been or will be turned Over to the Federal grand jury at new York which is investigating the amerasian Case and communists. The diary notes also have been Given to Edward Morgan counsel for the Senate foreign relations subcommittee which is investigating the amerasian Case. Several republicans have charged that the administration is trying to a of Whitewash it. Vardaman in denial. Vardaman disputed the Forrestal diary notes. Wednesday he said Forrestal never had approached him on the amerasian subject. Today he said he still stands by that statement and had made it at the time with full knowledge that Forrestal had made such a diary notation. Vardaman who appeared before the subcommittee thus Day May be called Back next week for More questioning. He is now a member of the Federal Reserve Board. The Justice department confirmation of Forrestall to role in the amerasian Case was made after the Washington Star published the notes from the diary. France May vote China out to save u. N., speech indicates Lake Success n. ?" a the chief French Delegate to the United nations said the West must decide in the a next few weeks whether to keep resisting the a of blatant pressure of russian to Boycott on the China Issue or Back Down in order to save the in. In a speech delivered in Paris and released Here French Delegate Jean Chauvel said Public opinion thousands cheer marching Truman St. Louis a up a president Truman marched under a hot Sun to the cheers of thousands in the annual Parade at the 35th division reunion. Confetti showered Down As a solid line of spectators jammed downtown press honors a executive Atlantic City n. ?" a a Kent Cooper executive director of the associated press suggested that press photographers seek permission to photograph the u. S. Supreme court in session. Lesser courts might be influenced by the granting of permission Cooper said he told the National press photographers association a of caution you that the picture itself might not be newsy but the streets to watch the Mere silent taking of it in the a Parade go by. The crowd was room permission would be estimated by police chief Jere widely acclaimed As ?� Miah of Connell at 250,000. I most courts in the nation bar after a 24-Block March the photographers. President and other High officials j. Cooper was awarded the Asso mounted a stand on the old court elation s Joseph a. Sprague me House Steps overlooking the mis Corial award for a non photog a Sis Sippi River to review the Par Pher. The citation commended mayor sues police chief Cleveland Ohio. Our a mayor Clemens j. Bud j. Ley of suburban Highland Heights charged that his police chief a 55-year-old Grandfather had helped break up his Home in announcing the suspension of the officer. Ley 40, said he will press dismissal charges against chief Faye Dalrymple before the Village Council next week. Caused gossip charge. In his suspension affidavit mayor Ley charged the officer had a ofor the last 12 months been visiting my Home. For reasons not connected with official business leaving the Village police car in the driveway for Long periods varying from 30 minutes to three ?� a you have been consorting with my wife in a manner to give Rise to talk among the citizenry that there is an affair Between the two of you. A your conduct has been partially instrumental in the separation Between my wife and myself. A while so visiting my Home you have been unavailable to the citizens for emergency Calls and have not been patrolling the Village streets As you Are ?� denies affair. Chief Dalrymple denied the charges and said a Othey Are Only rumours with no basis. I think Bud and i can straighten everything out if we have a ?� the Leys have been married for 20 years. They have two teenage children. Mrs. Ley was reported out of town. In Many countries a presents soviet methods and objects to appeasement but attaches a Foremost importance to the unas a world organization. Need 7 vote majority. The speech was interpreted by Many in observers As indicating France might soon vote to oust the chinese nationalists from the Security Council. C h a u v e lots carefully phrased comments were viewed As a trial balloon to see How French Public opinion would react. It is generally believed Here that Egypt would follow a French shift and make the seven vote majority needed to oust Chiang Kai Sheku to delegation and end the soviet in Boycott. The French Diplomat who is due Back Here monday roundly condemned soviet walkout tactics. But he agreed with the View of in Secretary general Trygve lie that if East and West Are to Lessen current tension a othe first necessary step is a solution of the chinese Puzzle. Chauvel said it would be a lot easier to solve the problem if Russia had not walked out. Showdown nears. A but a he added a othe Issue is the continued existence of a unas a world organization. Public opinion in Many countries resents soviet methods and objects to condoning and appeasing. Public opinion in these same countries attaches Foremost importance to the unas a world organization and to what the in stands for. A othe decision to be taken by individual governments in the course of the next Tew weeks implies a Choice Between constant and Active resistance to blatant soviet pressure and maintenance of a unas a world organization. comment i think could emphasize More than this simple statement the importance of these next few ?� gop proposes 4-year terms for politicians Milwaukee. A a Wisconsin republicans called saturday for longer terms for state and county officers and assemblymen. The 2,500 delegates to the state gop convention made the proposal one of the major planks in a platform that dealt with such subjects As veterans housing nomination of candidates and sales taxes. The convention voted in favor of making the terms of state officers assemblymen and county officials four years instead of two. State senators already Are elected for four years. Back Veteran housing. Governor Rennebohm made a similar proposal during the 1949 legislature. But the lawmakers buried it. The state Constitution would have to be changed if it were to be put into effect. The platform also urged the liberalization of the 1949 housing Law so that veterans would not have to make any Down payment of their own to qualify for a state loan. Under the proposal veterans applying for Loans would get $2,000 instead of Loans amounting to 20 i per cent of the value of the Homes they plan to buy or build. The ceiling on the value of Home for which Loans could be granted also would be boosted from $10,000 i to $15,000. The convention urged the state department of veterans affairs to relax its rules to give veterans More Liberal general benefits. The primary election Plank proposes that party caucuses in conventions be allowed to nominate candidates directly without requiring them to file their own nomination papers. However it said individual candidates should be allowed to file independently if i they wish. Oppose sales tax. In another major Plank the convention announced its opposition to the passage of a sales tax a Oon the necessities of ?� other planks called for establishment of four year courses in state colleges nowhere economically ?� support for the water pollution control program created by the 1949 legislature. Return of labor management regulations to the state. Prompt settlement of indians to claims against the Federal government. Pass Resolution i on Mccarthy Milwaukee a sen. Joseph r. Mccarthy rep., wis was a heartily commended by his Home state republicans for his Campaign to a Root out treasonable communistic and disloyal persons in government. Delegates to the state . Convention gave thundering approval to a Resolution supporting Wisconsin to Junior senator. Reading of the Resolution was interrupted twice by applause and cheers followed the approval by a voice vote. Only one delegates Perry j. Stearns Milwaukee candidate for sen. Alexander Wiley to seat spoke against the Resolution saying a of Mccarthy to program is divisive and intends to Divide the Republican ?� the other 2,-500 delegates booed his remarks. Jailed for love tryst mrs. Jean Steffey 23, wipes lipstick off her husband James 27, after they embraced outside a courtroom in los Angeles where she was arraigned on charges of trying to help him escape from a county jail Road Camp. Officers said the couple met for a love tryst while Steffey was serving a year to term for Auto theft. Mrs. Steffey denying she tried to help her husband escape said they arranged the tryst because a of was so ?� a wire photo. Mother claims Mystic rules lives of her j win sons Amarillo ?" a a worried Mother notified that a a of Cowboy identified As her son had been arrested while staring moodily into new York City to East River said the youth and his twin brother had been founder the influence of a California Mystic for months. The brightly bedecked Cowboy Church Pat on dance ban Washington up a a liberalized Resolution on dancing was turned Down by the augustan lutheran Synod Here. By a vote of 127 to 113, the delegates to the 91st annual convention of the Church rejected a Resolution offered by or. Robert Holmen of St. Paul As a substitute for that proposed by the commission on morals and social problems. The substitute would have declared that the question of participation in dancing should be a left to the Christian conscience of the individual and that the position of our College boards of administration shall be determined by their judgment and collective Christian ?� the Synod tentatively adopted a limitation on the term of its president. A Resolution to permit women to become members of the Board of trustees was referred by a voice vote to the committee on the Constitution. The conference authorized the Board of foreign missions to reopen the japanese Mission. It is intended a spokesman said to locate it at Hiroshima where the original Mission was destroyed by the atomic bomb. Arrested in new York was identified by papers As Glenn Burgess 21, Amarillo. Appealed to a. Mrs. Bob Burgess said her identical twin sons Glenn and Gwen had been working with a mind Reader in los Angeles for several months. She said the boys had a been scared stiff of the Mystic but had refused to confide in anyone. Mrs. Burgess said she and her husband had tried unsuccessfully through the District attorney to office in los Angeles to have her sons a of freed from the Mystic. The tearful Mother said she had heard that a former assistant of the mind Reader had committed suicide by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge in san Francisco. Mrs. Burgess said Gwen who has a wife living in Dallas was in Amarillo two weeks ago to visit his family and buy a resplendent Cowboy outfit. However she said a Man who identified himself As the Mystic to manager appeared in a of big Cadillac and drove Gwen away immediately without even a Chance to take his new Cowboy togs with him. The woman said she had tried to get Gwen to confide in her but to no Avail. Lived in n. Y. A Mother i can to talk a she quoted him As saying. A of you the got to remember you have another twin mixed up in this ?� mrs. Burgess said she understood the boys had been living in the great Northern hotel in new York City but had checked out about a week ago. A of Hope they keep Glenn in that Hospital until we have a Chance to get things straightened out and find out where Gwen is a she said. Ade. California Crew wins Over Wisconsin Madison ?" Piniaz to mighty Crew subdued a stubborn Wisconsin Boatload saturday to win by a one third length in a 2,000-meter race on Lake Monona. The favored bears were clocked in six minutes 39.5 seconds Over the Choppy Waters. The badgers trailed by Only a second and one half. Because of rough water the race Cooper for his part in the development of wire photo and his thus promoting the recognition and advancement of press photography. Wire photo is a coast to coast leased wire network Over which Calif or photographs Are transmitted to associated press member newspapers. The Sprague award is in memory of Joseph a. Sprague a Gra flex inc., executive who died two years ago. Killed in crash Lake Geneva had been transferred from Lake Gold 27, of Powers Lake was killed in a three car collision seven Miles South of Here. A Mendota. Californian to veterans who won last year to intercollegiate rowing Sou in or nere. A passenger association regatta at Poughkeeps in Gold to car. Leo Despie burling Sie trailed Wisconsin until the ton suffered a broken leg. Four Halfway Mark. Then the visitors to methodical style began to pay off. Other persons were Hurt in the Accident convict Rich rancher for slaying wife san Jose ?" a jury of six men and six women convicted Thomas p. Talle wealthy new Mexico cattleman of first degree murder of his blonde wife Marge but recommended leniency. The verdict carries an automatic life sentence for the 39-year-old Talle. He will be eligible for possible parole in 15 years. Talle claimed throughout the trial that he a blocked out on a diet of alcohol and cold pills on the night of dec. 23 when his wife was shot to death. The state claimed Talle shot his second wife a former Denver waitress because he wanted to a Oget rid of Here so he could return to his first spouse. Death take wife of Vandenberg Washington up a Hazel Whitaker Vandenberg wife of senator Arthur h. Vandenberg of Michigan died saturday morning. Mrs. Vandenberg 67, had had spells of serious illness since she underwent two major operations in 1947. Despite this and her Many duties As a senator to wife she continued Active until recently in a varied career of her own. She served for a time As National chairman of the University of Michigan alumnae association and led in a drive for a $1,000,000 woman s league building at the University. In world War ii she held a full time Job in the red Cross As director of Camps and Hospital services. She had served six years As National vice president of Delta Gamma sorority was Active in the Owca and was a member of the National campfire girls to Board. One word life-2 words death. A father Waits for a phone to ring by Howard w. Blakeslee associated press science editor. New York he a i have just had a harrowing experience. It happens to thousands of people and is something that doctors face nearly every Day. Over the weekend i drove to another state to see a daughter ill in a Hospital. Doctors were not sure what was wrong. Consult-1 ants had disagreed. It it a about one thing they were certain. The trouble was one of two diseases. One possibility was mononucleosis or glandular fever. The other was Hodgkins disease also a glandular trouble. But Between the two is All the difference in this world. Mononucleosis is not dangerous. Hodgkins disease is too per cent fatal. The verdict would depend on tests which would not be ready until the Middle of the weak. Sol drove Home to wait. I would hear the verdict by phone at night at Home that was the arrangement. The Call was t due until wednesday night but on tuesday evening after dinner every time the phone rang the Bell seemed to be inside me. At the first ring i jumped involuntarily. A Hodgkins disease a i thought a two words death. Mononucleosis one word life and ?� again the Bell. It was Only a Call about a girl scouting meeting. A Hodgkins a my thoughts continued a called gland cancer though it really Isno to cancer. Cause unknown. Not painful thank god for that. But death in a few weeks or two or three years Seldom ?� the phone again. The Call was from Boston about an Auto. A saved Fey the Bell a my random thoughts say. A mononucleosis. That Means glands infected. By what of by virus x. Some Low fever a Long rest and you Are ?� another ring. Wrong number i go to the Kitchen for a drink. Again the Bell. This time the Long insistent Call that signifies Long distance. My wife whispers a ofor you from ?� this is it. What word is coming one for life or two for death i walked 15 feet to the phone. Ill never forget that walk because it seemed to take so Long. Then came my daughter to voice a a hello pop How Are you a a ooh Fine and How Are you a was Ever a phone Call started with any other words i wondered they my daughter spoke again a one word. Talk peace but plot third War he tells nation St. Louis president Truman denounced leaders of the soviet Union for threatening the world with another War. In his most detailed indictment of russian leaders to Date or. Truman accused the user of Booby trapping the Road to world peace with increasingly heavy armaments. A infiltration subversion propaganda and a ominous tactics in general. He said that however grim the picture of russian obstruction and War like preparations the a ominous activities of the soviets were being a offset by the growing strength of the free ?� he attributed this in Large measure to american economic and defense and to nations outside the Iron curtain. Taking the soviet leadership to task for a fomenting aggression and preparing for War a he renewed his plea for a a genuine peace in a speech dictating the Jefferson National memorial Here on the Banks of the Mississippi River. Attends reunion. The memory of two world wars was fresh in the president to mind As he spoke Over the four major radio networks. He devoted most of his time to the annual reunion of his world War i outfit Tho 35th division reliving France of 1918 with the artillerymen who served under him in the now famous Battery d. This was or. Truman s second lengthy exposition of foreign policy in two Days. Speaking at the University of Missouri at Columbia he warned the nation to expect continued heavy expenditures for defense and foreign economic Aid. His Bill of complaint against Russia was longer and More detailed than any of his speeches since entering the White House in 1945. After accusing Russia of preparing for War he criticized the soviet Union and its communist subdivisions of 1 attempting to a extend the Quot a boundaries of their totalitarian ?� 2 establishing a of dictatorships by proclaiming National Independence but actually imposing a National ?� a not contributing to peace and a refusing to participate in the work of the United ?� a a turning the school children of Eastern Germany into the same kind of pitiful robots that marched into hopeless Battle for ?� c a maintaining the largest peacetime armed Force in history far greater than it needs for the defense of its own ?� / trying to take Over Southeast Asia. Carefully distinguishing leaders from the russian people or. Truman struck at top officials for using natural resources to build military strength instead of the welfare of their population. A owe have tried to dissuade the soviet leaders from this militaristic course so unnecessary so costly to their people and to ours so antagonistic to the Pursuit of peace a he said. Cites bomb offer. He pointed out that this country has demobilized the bulk of its armed forces and in addition offered through the in to prevent use of the atom bomb and share the development of atomic Energy with All nations. A but despite All those peaceful efforts soviet armament has continued to increase a he added. To counter russian expansion and militarism the president advocated two approaches maintenance of Strong democracies and a othe creation of a just International order applicable to All ?� in addition to the Marshall plan and Che North Atlantic defense program the president said a measures of even closer cooperation Are now being planned and set up. He did not go into detail on this Point. But he added that a owe have made Good Progress so ?� a because of this Progress we Are confident that we can establish the conditions necessary to a

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