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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 25, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal. Time bulletin vol. 21, no. 8 Racine wis., sunday june 25, 1950 8 rages Church decisions in last 2 weeks affect thousands of til associated press significant developments affecting various religious denominations throughout the nation have occurred within the last two weeks at Church conventions and elsewhere. Decisions concerned such questions As non segregation of races merging of churches a released time in Public schools for religious instruction the establishment of a new four year College and the Hydrogen bomb. In Cleveland the general Council of the congregational Christian churches met for its tenth biennial session. The major trend of the meeting was to confirm in Power the forces in favor of a merger with the evangelical and reformed Church. Despite Maneu vers the anti merger faction it was voted to Appeal last february to decision a new York state supreme court sentence pair in Poison plot Albert Lea Minn. A a District judge Martin a. Nelson imposed mandatory life prison sentences on mrs. Viola Cavie and the farmhand Lover who helped her kill the a wrong Many in a plot to do away with her husband. However the court delayed execution of mrs. Gavlek to sentence until sept. 2 and that of 44-year-old Lawrence Nobles until july la. Attorneys for both indicated they May Appeal for a new trial. Nobles appeared Calm when sentenced. Mrs. Gavle standing at the Side of her husband cried a sentence was imposed. Later however she smiled As she left the courtroom. The 34-year-old Mother of four children was convicted june 14 of first degree murder in the death of Oscar Rasmusson 47-year-old Emmons Minn., Farmer. The a Tate said she put strychnine in her husband s whisky but that Rasmusson died instead after Truman Gavle gave him a social drink of the liquor. Nobles Farmland with whom mrs. Gavle admitted being intimate was convicted of second degree murder on june 17 in connection with Rasmusson to girl Saint of Church Vatican City a a girl who died defending her chastity at the age of la and forgave her killer became a Saint of the Catholic Church in an unprecedented outdoor ceremony in St. Peter to Square. Some 100,000 persons gathered in the Torch it Square where Pope Pius proclaimed Maria Goretti a Saint a othe Martyr of purity of the 20th ?� Maria to Mother Assunta Goretti 85, Knelt in the Square the first woman Ever to see her child canonized. Maria s Brothers and Sisters also were there. The girl died in july 1902, victim of Alessandro Serenelli 19-year-old farm youth. plunged a Dagger into her body 14 times. Now 68, Serenelli is a Gardener at the Ascoli Piceno Capuchin monastery Northeast of Rome. Praying at the cloister he still was bitterly repentant of the crime for which he served 27 years of a 30-year prison Racine builder Dies in Marinette Marinette. ?"<j a Max Hanisch 68, architect who designed numerous schools and other buildings in Wisconsin died Early today following a Long illness. A native of Germany he came to Racine in 1923 and built experimental cinder and Concrete Homes there. After coming to Marinette in 1934. helped organize unit structures inc., of Peshtigo and helped introduce glued laminated Arches and beams. Surviving Are his wife one son Max jr., Marinette and two grandchildren. Funeral services will held Here monday. Justice holding that the Council lacked authority for the merger. Free Sta denote in Brooklyn a Justice of the same court upheld new York state to program for a released time under which several Hundred thousand children of the state Are excused from school for one hour a week to attend religious classes of their Choice. The suit was brought two Brooklyn parents to halt religious instruction of new York Public schools children during school hours. In dismissing the petition Justice Anthony Digiovanna said the suing parents failed to appreciate that the principle of separation of Church and state a has never meant Freedom from religion but rather Freedom of ?� meanwhile in Collegeville pa., the general Synod of the evangelical and reformed Church met in its eighth triennial session. If not for the february decision the new York judge also sitting in Brooklyn a this denomination probably would have met jointly in Cleveland with the congregational christians. Act on envoy bomb at Collegeville the general Synod went on record against a personal representative of the president or an american ambassador at the Vatican. The Resolution said the Synod Speaks for 728,000 persons and instructed the Church offices to bring the Resolution to the notice of president Truman the state department and the Senate committee on foreign relations. Another Resolution viewed a with i regret the government to decision to manufacture the Hydrogen bomb. The Synod heard an Appeal to Aid churches behind the Iron curtain. The speaker was or. W. A. Visser a Thooft of Geneva Switzerland executive Secretary of the world Council of churches. In Milwaukee the lutheran Church Missouri Synod at its 41st triennial convention voted to establish a four year senior College costing $2,700,000�?"either expanding one of its 14 existing Junior colleges or creating a new institution. Decide on scouts the Synod also voted to permit individual congregations to determine their own attitude toward boy scouting activities affirm ing a policy adopted in 1944. The meeting received a letter from the Rev. John Brenner of Milwaukee president of the evangelical lutheran joint Synod of Wisconsin asking if the convention approved its members belonging to the boy scouts. The Wisconsin Synod has cited doctrinal reasons for forbidding its members to belong to the scouts. The lutheran laymen to league also meeting in Milwaukee approved a televised lutheran hour on a National scale. In new Concord Ohio the United presbyterian general Assembly rejected a proposal a committee that it permit ministers to perform marriage rites for persons who were divorced of grounds of desertion. The Church Law recognizes Only infidelity As grounds for divorce. Hit segregation the Assembly also directed its synods to redefine the boundaries of presbyteries in accordance with the Church to principle of non segregation of races. This Means that negro churches now All in one presbytery would Transfer to presbyteries nearer them. Another step against racial segregation was taken in Montreat n. C., the summer Assembly ground of the Southern presbyterian Church. The Board of directors of the Mountain Retreat association which governs the Church owned Mountain town abolished racial segregation among adults effective next year. The abolition will apply to delegates to various of the Church to conferences there. At Minneapolis the evangelical lutheran Church convention voted overwhelmingly to take Steps toward uniting with the american lutheran Church and the United evangelical lutheran bites Baraboo youth Baraboo wis. A a a Paul Clift 15, of Prairie do Sac bitten a rattle Snake was reported in Good condition in a Baraboo Hospital. Two companions Kahn Peterson and Darrell Hermandson Prairie do Sac applied first Aid after the Rattler struck. The mishap occurred near the Badger ordnance works while the boys were on a hike. Search for lost dc-4 8 Miles from Shore t car crash i list those on fatal ride58 persons aboard As ship vanished in a thunderstorm european ?"lieut.-Gen. Manton Srague Eddy has been named president Truman to commanding general of United states army forces in you know or Don t you London Asp a the London daily Mirror published a picture of a Young scotsman losing his Kilt while dancing a reel. was wearing a pair of Brief dark coloured shorts underneath. The caption said a now you ?� letters pour in. But that answer to the age old question what does a scottish Highlander Wear under his Kilt a was insulting to Many scots. It brought the Mirror a lot of indignant letters including one which said in tones of authority a of scots Soldier would As soon seen wearing a Bowler hat with his Kilt As Wear anything under ?� another wrote a of served in the Cameron highlanders during the War for six years and it was a serious offence for anyone to found wearing anything under the Kilt. We were not allowed to go on the top deck of a bus or ?� another explained that a oin some Barracks men on pass have the Kilt lifted a non commissioned officer. In others they walk Over a ?� lays Down Law. When dancing the correspondents conceded the men May Wear shorts. But d. B. Mcnicoll former master tailor of the famous Black watch regiment Laid Down the Rule a Ono scots Soldier wears anything under his Kilt in Battle while on duty or walking ?�kills five in Illinois Lincoln 111.�?" up a a Headon collision of two passenger cars saturday killed five persons including four from Mahnomen Minn., and seriously injured three others. The crash occurred on state route 121 four Miles Northwest of Here. State police and Deputy Coroner John Barry identified four of the dead As mrs. John harms 50 miss Mary harms 55 Sylvan harms 16 mrs. Leland harms 26, All of Mahnomen. Three in Hospital. Their relationship was not immediately fixed although Sylvan York City Barton L. Cardie Minneapolis or a Northwest airlines released the following list of persons aboard the dc-4 passenger plane lost in a flight Here from new York Crew members Robert c. Lind 35, Rural Rte. I Hopkins Minn., Pilot. Born Minneapolis joined Nwa May 1941, made Captain september 1942. Married. Verne Wolfe 35, 3012 e. 50th St Minneapolis co Pilot. Bom Chicago joined Nwa May 1943, made Reserve Captain november 1949. Married one child. Bonnie Ann Feldman 25, 316 Stonebridge blvd St. Paul stewardess. Bom a i Wing Minn., joined Nwa november 1946. Graduate Stephens College Columbia to. Single. Passengers Anderson or. Leslie p., Yakima Wash. Ajemian or. And mrs. Leon m., 550 Riverside dr., new apparently was a son and mrs. Leland harms a daughter in Law of mrs. John harms. The fifth dead person was a Young woman 18 or 19 years old. Authorities were trying to establish her identity. The injured were listed As Leland harms 26, of Mahnomen and Gordon Jones 21, of 600 Hempstead ave Peoria both in deaconess Hospital and John harms 50, of Mahnomen in St. Clara to Hospital. Or. A. E., 4802 Golf Terrace min proud of Joe he tells gop ?" or a a Wisconsin Young Republican Leader said that the people of his state a Oare proud they sent senator Joseph Mccarthy rep., wis to the u. State police reported that the s. Senate and a oin 1952 they will six Minnesota persons were in a return him to ?� 1950 Model car travelling North i chairman John f Mills of the and Jones apparently was driving a the southbound vehicle. Midwest Council of Young pavement wet. The pavement was from rain where the collision of i of their Junior senator and Are curved. The Minnesota vehicle to j too per cent behind him in his chairman John Midwest Council of publicans said Here that a othe Slippery publicans of Wisconsin Are proud engine was driven Force of the Impact Back into the front passenger compartment. The other car apparently hit broadside was Bent like a Green Twig officers delay Long canal trip fort Francis ?"of a two men on a 4,000 mile Canoe trip to the Northwest territories were trying to make up their minds whether to Load their equipment aboard a train for Winnipeg and continue their northward water trip from there. W. Emerson Scott of Caro mich., and Raymond Driessen St. Charles 111., Are three weeks behind schedule because of storms on the great lakes. Their destination is Aklavik. They Hope to get there the Middle of August so they can Hunt whale and join a Reindeer 80 in alien ring Detroit Asp a with 80 arrests United states immigration agents claimed they had cracked activities of an italian gang reported to smuggling aliens into the Detroit area. Fifty arrests in Detroit were announced and 30 More in new York. The Roundup began four months ago. Among those bagged said immigration service District director James Butterfield was 29-year-old Gaetano Badalmente once know As a Bandit a Robin Hood in Southern Italy. Badalmente described As a former lieutenant of sicilian gang chief Salvatore Guiliano was arrested last month in downriver suburban Wyandotte Butterfield disclosed. The italian is w anted italian police on charges of robbery kidnapping and murder the immigration official said. Fight to Clear the government of communists and their fellow ?� a Mills spoke before Nebraska Young republicans Here at a convention luncheon. Mills said that Mccarthy to main accomplishment is that he a has made communism and the new Deal pro communist policies the i outstanding Campaign Issue of the ?� Mills cited the a of ringing endorsement Given Mccarthy Wisconsin republicans last week at their state convention. A oif this entire Issue should end today if Joe would say a in to tired and i want to rest i quit even then i would say that the Junior senator has done his country a great service a Mills said. A Ojoe won to quit a he said. A you can bet your life on ?� Neapolis past president of the Minnesota state medical association Eastman mrs. Whitney Minneapolis civic Leader. Frankel Miriam believed to of Minneapolis Freng mrs. W. H., and her two children Frost mrs. William 27 Northwest Trinity place Portland Ore. Albert George late 50�?, of 5330 29th ave., Portland Ore., train master of the Spokane Portland Seattle Railroad Goldburg r., Gor ski mrs. William Seattle Heenan mrs. W. Heuston or. And mrs. Ben b., 3811 n. 36th St., Tacoma Wash., realtor returning to Tacoma from a vacation visit to their son or. Paul Heuston new York City Hill t. L. 4644 West Lake Harriet blvd., Minneapolis an employee of the advertising firm of Benton and Bowles Hoban miss h. Hokanson or. And mrs. John of Dumont n. J. And their two children Tommy and Janice Enro Ute to visit relatives in Minneapolis Hughes mrs. Nora 511 171st St., new York City Jackson or. And mrs. A. R. Johnson miss Ruth Spokane Kaufman mrs Winfield 2442 35th St. West Seattle Keating miss Mary 24, 30 Continental ave., Forest Hills n. Y. Kelty Larson mrs. Carl 62, Winchester mass. Long Leo f., 47 Purchase St. Worcester mass. Longfield miss j., manager of a women to dress shop Billings Mont. Main mrs. W. D., Spokane Mal mrs. W. Malby miss d. My Nickle miss Francis 45, Redfield s. D., returning from pilgrimage to Rome Meyer miss h. Nielson k., Anchorage Alaska Olson Reid a Rorabaugh mrs. N. C., 66, Philadelphia Ross. Schaffer mrs. P. Schaffer Schlachter Schlachter Schwartz G. Of new Jersey Sirbu Joseph Skoug k., employee of Remington Rand co., new York City Spohn miss Leona. Thomson Richard w., 36, a member of the citizens budget commission an Independent City advisory group in new York was in route to Butte Mont., to visit his father Walsh the Rev. Augustin a franciscan Frair of the atonement Garrison n. Y. Ohlef Leo 301 Park ave., Billings Mont. Wooley. Mrs. Ezz 62, 2309 Irving ave., South dissolve benevolent society Barber regrets 1mohawk�?t Cut Dayton Ohio a up a Wilma Gaffe 19, is $75 Richer several locks of hair trimmer and a few degrees cooler. But the victim of Dayton to first female a of mohawks haircut would just As soon return the Money. Tom Nugent Dayton business Man first offered the attractive waitress $25 to shed her Long Black tresses. But she refused until the offer reached $75. The result was a a shaped tuft arrest two As ringleaders of gun fight at textile Plant Morristown Tenn. A d a it a two men named As ringleaders in the bloody gun Battle around the american Enka Rayon Plant Here thursday were arrested state safety commissioner san Neal said. Neal said that charges of assault with intent to murder will filed against John Paul Gregory and Jasper Jones who he said were thought to instigators of the Battle. Similar charges have been made against three others. Gregory and Jones were taken from a Nashville bound bus. Sheriff Robert Medoln announced that a of several men had been indicted the Hamblen county grand jury on charges of a of conspiracy and a malicious ?� he would not reveal their names. Patrol capt. J. T. Davis said the widening investigation of the violence had Lead to the arrest for questioning of to or 12 other men in Hamblen and Green counties. identified them As members of the United textile workers Cio which has been on strike for 13 weeks. A the Union demanded that the Mill closed Down until the labor dispute ii starts fire in five buildings Cynthiana Tkv. A Lisp it a fire apparently started an explosion roared through five buildings in this Small town to business District before being brought under control. Damaged were disabled american veterans club rooms a liquor dispensary restaurant hardware company warehouse and the three Story Carr furniture co. The Volunteer fire department was aided All Able bodied men in the town and equipment from Paris and Lexington. At one time an entire Block of business buildings was threatened. Police chief Leslie Miller said he estimated damage at approximately $250,000.elect Racine woman senior commander la Crosse ?" spa Edna Peters Kenosha was elected Wisconsin department commander in chief of the National daughters of the grand army of the Republic. Vernon Gladys Racine and Ruth Langhof it. Atkinson were named senior and Junior vice commander respectively at the group to Tai a Patton. Ottawa ?" a one of Illinois to oldest social organizations the German benevolent society of Ottawa has gone out of existence. Such funds As the society had m ,. On hand have been distributed to the in it she exp a end among the members in proportion a a Little Dot a 1 she would do it a Nugent watchman patrolling mine Madisonville .�?" >�?" Arlin Gammon mine watchman at the non Union fies mine near Here was killed a shot fired from a speeding car As he and another watchman patrolled a Road leading to the mine. Gammon was hit in the Back of the head a nine millimetre German Luger Bullet As he and Carlos Mitchell patrolled Highway 70. Mitchell said someone in a passing Auto a opened up at their jeep one Bullet striking Gammon and another grazing Mitchell to leg. Four Bullet holes were found in the jeep. Gammon died before reaching a Hospital. The two watchmen were guarding a Section where a a shoot and run gunman recently had fired of hair Down the Center of the head and a peach fuzz like Crew a a Bouse being built fies Cut around the edges. Miners and now occupied five a Oit Wasny to the 89-degree heat �4 them. To the length of membership in the society. The society was formed in Ottawa in 1954. In its Early Days it helped scores of German immigrants. In latter years it was primarily a social 1-10 year term for beating women Milwaukee. A Mph a Thomas Bagnall. 31, was taken to the j state prison at Waupun to serve a i-to-10-year sentence on a charge i of assault with intent to rape. Bagnall was sentenced on the charge municipal judge her j Bert Steffes. Deputy sheriffs testified Friday that Bagnall a severely assaulted a Young married woman feb. To and that he admitted beating another Young woman in March 1945. Judge Steffes to specified in his sentence that no parole granted Bagnall until psychiatrists Rule that he is a of fit to returned to society. Begin summer school at University monday undergoes surgery Madison ?" spa enrol Bostons Opit president James i "j8"4 ref the summer session at the University of Wisconsin May exceed 6,100 students. Friday to Reg stration totalled 4,124 and another 2,000 were expected to enrol to . Classes will begin monday and end aug. 18. B. Conant of Harvard University was reported in Good condition after an emergency operation for acute inflammation of the intestines. Free on Bond after conviction for Sale of Healing devices Chicago. A up a William I ?� his wife sobbed a of old Doc Estep and his wife never done a wrong thing in my Dora were free on Bond after j ?� their conviction on charges of prosecutors claimed the Steps medical quackery. Are quacks who swindled sick a criminal court jury recon j a of patients of thousands of Dol f1re on chinese Hong Kong a it it a a British frigate fired on three chinese nationalist fighter planes off the communist port of Swaton. No Canaut a War reported. Mended a l-to-5 year prison term and a $2,000 Fine for each. The Steps were convicted after a three week trial of medical malpractice conspiring to operate a Confidence game and obtaining Money under false pretences. The a Steps to counsel immediately sections moved for a new trial and a groups hear up on the motion was set for june 28. After the verdict was announced Estep told newsmen a Oiwa framed. To Cern Usu a Lars Selling them such Healing devices As a atom water a the Poroto Ray a the a Skanse visor and the �??� Estep claimed to pastor of the a Central Baptist Church a but prosecutors said he has no con with recognized Baptist prom Prest dispatches searchers believed that grappling Hooks from the u. S. S. Destroyer Daniel Joy caught on the wreckage of a dc-4 Northwest Airliner believed to have plunged into Lake Michigan East of South Milwaukee Early saturday morning. Divers were rushed to the scene. While ships and coast guard cutters combed the area about 30 planes from Milwaukee Madison Beloit. Lake Geneva Racine and Kenosha searched a strip More than 60 Miles wide Between Milwaukee and Lacrosse for a possible ground crash. Worst in history to discovery of a Oan object eight to nine Miles off Milwaukee sent scores of rescuers to the scene. The civil aeronautics authority said that the Captain of the Joy reported gasoline bubbles were rising to the surface amidst an Oil Slick covering 1,000 Square feet. Earlier bubbles had been reported sighted in an Oil Slick a mile off Shore. Officials said they feared there would non survivors making the Accident the nation to worst air disaster. Fog which reduced visibility to 600 feet during the Early morning had lifted afternoon but there was a Cloudy overcast As Small boats converged in the Oil Slick area marked buoys which the Joy had dropped. Ran into storm the plane Enro Ute from new York to Minneapolis disappeared on a 100-mile overwater hop Between South Haven mich., and Milwaukee before Midnight. Twelve hours after the ship vanished the airline and searchers had abandoned Hope. The bubbles were sighted in an Oil Slick a mile off Shore from Milwaukee. Another unconfirmed report said the destroyed escort Daniel Joy had sighted debris rising to the surface eight and one half Miles offshore from the South Shore yacht club. The Lake is 66 feet deep at the spot. Fire chief Edward Wischer who relayed the report said the spot had been marked with buoys. As the hours passed without definite word of the ship lost in the nation to worst air disaster the airlines began notifying relatives of passengers and Crew members. The coast guard Navy air Force and National guard participated in the search the biggest air and water search in the history of the great lakes. Three coast guard life boats converged on the spot eight and one half Miles off Shore where the debris was reported. The bubbles nearer Shore were sighted commander Leonard Brill of the coast guard. Guardsmen began dragging the area and the coast guard prepared to Send Down a diver. The Lake at this Point is 40 feet deep. The heavy fog blanketing the Lake began to lift and planes circled overhead As the grim surface and underwater search proceeded. A coast guard auxiliary picket boat reported that it had found two flare shells a mile due East of the Lakeside Power Plant in Milwaukee. The boat reported that the shells had a of Gray Metal Type Shell 18 inches Long and showed that they had been ?� in statement. Northwest airlines issued the following second statement saturday afternoon on its Messing dc-4 Airliner a owe have been advised that the coast guard picked something up while dragging nine Milf off Milwaukee in 66 feet of water which they think is the plane. A of diver will sent ?� earlier the airline had reported the ship overdue and missing in the following statement a Northwest airlines Douglas dc-4 plane operating As a coach flight Between new York and Seattle Washington and due to land in twin Citie at 1 15 a. In. s.t., saturday is still unreported. This flight left Laguardia Field in new York City at 8 35 In. s t. Friday and the flight co Pilot is Verne Wolfe and the stewardess is Bonnie Feldman. A othe last report North we to airlines to ground station was made at 11 13 In. s.t., approximately 21 minutes after the plane passed Over Battle Creek mich., flying at an Altitude of 3,500 feet. This report was of a routine nature and no difficulties were reported. This plane which is operating As flight no. 2501 left new York with 55 passengers and a Gas Load of 2,500 Gallons sufficient fuel to operate for 12 hours. Alert entire area. A of search is being made of the Lake Michigan area East of Milwaukee and All Caa radio stations throughout the entire area have been alerted. This search was instituted after the plane failed to make its next routine report. The search and Rescue operations Are being carried out jointly Northwest airlines the caa., the u. S. Coast guard the Navy and the air Force through base in the Midwest. A Oas the search continue Northwest airline is notifying the relatives of passengers and Crew ?� last april Estep lost a $1,000,-000 libel suit he brought against the Chicago Tribune. The Tribune i plan called for a non Stop flight in a Send of articles attacked to the twin Citie. The Captain map and his atom ?� i of the Plana la Robert c. Lind Bandit beats robs horseman Chicago a a Alfred Sabath 57, prominent horseman and owner of the Al Sab racing stables was beaten one of four masked robbers who took $450 and a Diamond ring valued at $3,-000 from him at gunpoint in a Roadside Holdup near suburban Homewood. Sabath according to Homewood sheriffs police was taken to a Hospital with wounds on his head and face. The wounds were reported not serious but he was scheduled to remain overnight under observation. According to sgt. Arthur Schaller Sabath was being driven from his Home near suburban Flossmoor to Arlington race track when the robbery Chicago pastor Moderator of baptists Worcester ?"<p a the Rev. Robert Klingberg of Chicago is the new Moderator of the Baptist general conference of America. was elected at the group to 71st annual meeting to succeed the Rev. Lester e. Thompson of Muskegon ? the Rev. Ellis e. Eklof of Moline ii was elected vice Moderator. Erection of a $150,000 conference Headquarters in Chicago was approved. Ground breaking ceremonies were set for july 9.settle truck dispute at Oshkosh motors Oshkosh ?"a labor Dis Pute at Oshkosh motor truck inc., has been settled after a work stoppage weeks local 578 of the Cio United Auto workers announced. Plant operations will urns monday the announcement said. Settlement terms were not disclosed but the Union said its members had ratified the agreement. The Plant had been Idle since May 2 when about 55 workers walked off their jobs. The old contract had expired May auxiliary picks new officers Oshkosh wis. A up a mrs. Rose Schell Milwaukee was elected president of the Wisconsin veterans of foreign wars auxiliary. _ others elected at the state vow Encampment included mrs. Mabel Carr Beloit senior vice president mrs. Esther hanish Oshkosh Junior vice president and mrs. Dorothy Kiggens Portage treasurer. Typhoon in Japan Tokyo up a a typhoon moving 250 Milf Northwest of Okinawa sent winds of 35 Milf an hour whistling across that big u. S. Air base South of Japan. Weather officials said the typhoon was headed toward the Southern japanese islands of Kyushu but no damage was expected either there or at Okinawa. I _ 4

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