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19 Mar 1950

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19 Mar 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 19, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 20, no. 46 Racine wis., sunday March 19, 1950 r rages Babich seeks Freedom slew wife s sister claims he was held without warrant for 3 Days Milwaukee a up a Mil ton Babich to attorney filed notice saturday of Appeal to the state supreme court from his client to conviction last june of murdering his wife to sister. The Appeal from the first degree murder conviction will be based mainly on two Points. Atty. Arthur w. Richter said. One he said will be that Babich then 19, was held without a warrant or without any Legal charge being made against him for three Days without being Able to talk privately to his family or see an attorney. A second Point will be Richter to claim that municipal judge Herbert j. Stiffes erred in instructing the jury that in first degree murder no appreciable time need elapse Between the conceiving of a plan to murder and the murder act itself. Richter said his first Point involved a violation of the Federal Constitution and opened the door to an Appeal to the u. S. Supreme court if the state High court upholds the municipal court convict \ Hon. Expect Early hearing. The defense attorney said he anticipated that the state supreme court would hear the Appeal before the end of its present term in june. Babich now is serving a life term at Waupun state prison. was found guilty of murdering Patricia Birmingham 16, and throwing her body into the Milwaukee River feb. To 1949. eloped with Patricia to sister Kathleen then 17, the following month and on March 20 the younger sister to body accidentally was found in the water. Kathleen gave birth to a daughter shortly after the trial. A than of god Babich was sent to Waupun june 21, less than three hours after his conviction and for a a a he said it was the a hand of murder would have gone Undis Fate the hand of god that caused covered and Patricia to disappear path to body to be discovered when Ance would have been added to coast guardsmen were dragging the thousands of unsolved mys for the body of an obscure woman serious disappearances listed an suicide. But for that Accident the dually by the police. Watermelon his last meal i Wausau. ?" six year old Jerome Kolokowski seriously ill after a kidney removal told his parents he craved Watermelon. Store owner g. W. Bautsch finally located a South african Melon for the child in St. Louis and Jerome had his Watermelon Friday. It Vas his last meal. The boy is dead. Race with police kills injures a Man gets mad ?" Emanuel Silva wrecked his Cement truck on a Hillside near Martinez calif., and escaped unhurt. That he could take. A couple of Days later he was helping to haul the big truck up an embankment when it suddenly burst into flames. Then Silva saw red he dashed to his Sedan parked at the top of the embankment gunned it and crashed into the burning truck emerging from his wrecked car unhurt. Silva said a of Man gets mad ?� Waits in vain for 1 of 6 wives to put up bail for polygamy Cambridge. Mass. A Ltd strapping a lonely hearts Romeo waited in vain in a Dingy jail cell for one of his six possibly nine a former wives to put up $20,000, that was the sum fixed for release of Clarence w. Buchanan. A i ing he we Tasny to quite sure whether nurse mrs. Veronica Burke Al he had picked up six or nine wives in his Cross country mail Campaign in the past 26 years. The 206 Pound 6-foot Casanova described himself As a St. Louis Don t be afraid of census taker Truman advises key West ?"�?"president Truman assured All Ameri cans they need have a Ono fear of. Disclosure of confidential information As he set machinery going for taking the 1950 census. Taking cognizance of some criticism of questions dealing with incomes of individuals the president declared that heavy penalties Are provided against census Bureau employees who disclose answers to confidential questions. Begins april i in a proclamation calling for the i Start of census taking april i or. Truman asserted a Ono person can be harmed in any Way by furnishing the information required. A individual information collected under. The census will not be used for purposes of taxation investigation or regulation or in connection with military or jury service or with the enforcement i of any National state or local Law i or ?� he added a othere need be no fear that disclosure will be made regarding any individual person or his of 1 ?� meanwhile presidential acre tary Charles g. Ross also disclosed that chief Justice Vinson and Clark 1 Clifford former special counsel to the president flew in for a Brief visit with or. Truman at the Winter White House. Clif pigs in the Parlord a wire photo mrs. William a. Lawrence is raising pigs in the parlor of her Kalamazoo mich., Home. A neighbors to sow frightened by blizzard winds began killing her Brood so mrs. Lawrence came to the Rescue. The pigs she said Are cleaner to raise than pups. A wire photo. I cd � a m. A or. When arraigned on charges of Rooming House operator. time worked in the prison Laun polygamy and fraudulently of w re Iran dry. Although sentenced for life taming a signature could recall marrying two women Babich is eligible for parole after police quoted Buchanan As say in at City and our elsewhere serving la years and three months including Good behaviour time. His wife Kathleen said after the trial that she w Ould a wait forever if necessary for him to finish the sentence. A nothing can change my mind about ?� after the trial she went to live with his parents. Doomed dog gets reprieve they All wanted to use me for a sucker a he said As he talked freely to police and reporters. A of did no to entice them into marriage. They ran to me. And besides they tried to fleece ?� he made one exception. The exception was Ina j. Cihula 55, South Portland. Maine of White Sulphur Springs. ?t a Liott that brought about his arrest in St. Louis a week ago. Police said the couple met through a lonely hearts correspondence a the medium being Ford was Friday As washing Buchana Nown mimeographed j ton f0unse, for trans Wor d air lines. O president Truman telephoned Secretary of state Acheson at Washington to congratulate him on his two foreign policy speeches in California. Ross said the president was in Hearty Accord with the addresses and was consulted in the drafting of both of them. Walter l. Donnelly ambassador to Venezuela has been a find lab worker dead after fraternity party letters. Hundreds of these were found in his suitcase after his arrest. Fear 11 lost on Schooner Halifax n. S. A a the fishing Schooner Gertrude do tacos at the time of his conviction Lur the Law t0 a on the he said he married her in August rammed and sunk by the pm in de a an alternate Delegate of Wuu us a. J _ Ciu. Vs.10la in ti7 a la nun Vul Ana Sunn a inc. _ a a _ Babich told the court he Wras not guilty of murder a oin the first degree a seeks injunction against Church Fairfield. ?" or a City solicitor Ralph h. Munro asked a court injunction to prevent construction of a Church next door to his House. said Church goers would annoy and inconvenience his family. Munro contended that when he a old a lot to e. A. Martin in 1946 they agreed that the a a property would be used Only for residence purposes. But he said Martin sold the property to the free methodist Church and the Church plans to erect a $75,000 building on it. Traffic to and from the Church would cause a annoyance and inconvenience to himself and his family Munro said. Arguments in the Case w ill Start next month. Withdraw troops Hamburg Germany a a British troops were withdrawn a of provisionally from the former Hermann Goering steel works where germans have staged demonstrations against the Plant to dismantling. Side of a siberian husky dog i 1949, in Charleston w. A. Whose life has been demanded a Oshe was swell a he said. A she for killing a child. Ran a profitable grocery and allowed me to work in the store and the year old dog patches was handle Money. But i did no to want sent to a veterinarian for a j to get her in trouble so i left checkup instead of being gassed she was the Only one of the whole works i really ?� it was Buchanan to latest mar 5,000-ton Canadian freighter Island connector in pre Dawn darkness saturday. Six crewmen were the u. S. Delegation to the session of the inter american economic and social Council at Washington saved but it was feared the other Arch 20 la men aboard the Small vessel signed to death. Men were dead. Four bodies had been recovered. A commission making chairman William Webster of the resources and development two were picked up by the Board a member of the National agent James w. Craig of the Ridge to a 40-year-old Cambridge frei8hter soon after the collision advisory committee for aeronaut state society for the Protection one w asked ashore and a fourth tics. Of animals said the Law author Niff was found in the fishing vessel to. Wreckage. Nicais Sam me Law Armor a a 10-Day observation period. I u la flip f\0u Ink if the dog is shown to be Rabid f ii a n ii vicious it then May be de w in Bath hints accepted Oshkosh. Neb. A the the weekly publication wine she uses nightly for a Public so Meon suggested that something assignment upon her return to Bath before night club customers Longton for consult aliens said. Rows that Perch on the big sign he never heard of such a report. Somebody dumped red Ink or Over the newspapers front ?t he said chief Justice Vinson and Dye into the Bath this week and the news announced editorially Clifford we Tould be with the pres Tirza also known As Leona Daval that it had bought five pounds of Dent a ofor a few Days and that it emerged a Brilliant red. Poisoned Oats. Or vicious it men May strayed Craig said. San Antonio Garden Quot county news asked a Iii county attorney Daniel c. My Tirza the strip tease artist said readers for suggestions for in Donald joined parents of Donald a. Boucher fatally bitten 5-year-old boy in asking that a of patches be put away. Patches won his reprieve Only a few minutes before he was to be placed in a Gas chamber with consent of his owner Emil j. Morin. Craig said if the husky is Given a clean Bill of health he May be sent to Chinook kennels Wonalancet n. H., where mrs. I Milton Seeley has volunteered to keep him. The kennels Breed dogs for Navy sled work. The Boucher boy died thursday � of bites suffered about the head that afternoon. Police said the i dog had been snowballed by Chil j Dren several hours before Donald was attacked. C signed a proclamation calling Tor Observance of april As a a a cancer control ?� just a social Call Ross questioned about one published report that mrs. Perle Mes to. Ambassador to Luxembourg might be Given another diplomatic would be a Ono More than a social ?� Ross said the published report chief Justice Vinson was under consideration to succeed Secretary of state Acheson Wasny to even worthy of an answer. As for Clifford Ross said he likes key West and or. Truman simply invited him Down to enjoy a Brief vacation. Chicago or a John Wilber Goodard 30, a Laboratory assistant at the University of Chicago to Institute for nuclear studies was found dead on a fraternity House Couch saturday. Son defends robbing dad Cleveland a a Arthur Dunlap jr., 19, we Tho robbed his own father at gunpoint wednesday night sat in a jail cell and snapped a Oil to not sorry i robbed him. I never liked ?� the husky youth surrendered late Friday after spending the $55 he stole by pointing a gun in his father to face. A omy father begrudge me every cent he Ever gave me a the youth said. A of done to mind beating him out of the Money but maybe the Way i did it was ?� Young Dunlap who lived with his father and Stepmother said he rented a room near his Home after the robbery and turned Over $25 of the loot to a who gave him the gun. A othe other $30 went ?� he said. A of had to for the room two nights. I gave some to a girl Friend i bought some drinks. It was gone before i knew ?� he said he gave up because a of did no to want to be hiding my face from every police car that drove ?� police said a a Beaker of chemicals we tas on the floor nearby. Goddard son of mrs. Jessie Goddard of Chicago had gone on a Bachelor party with fellow members of Sigma Chi fraternity police said. The group returned to the fraternity House around 4 to 5 a. In. Another Sigma Chi Fred Hemphill jr., of Elgin entered the House and found Goddard dead on a Davenport. An inquest will be held monday. Goddard was graduated from Arsenal tech High school in Indianapolis in 1937, and was awarded a bachelors to degree from Harvard in 1941. During the War he served As a staff sergeant in the Pacific theater. In 1946, he enrolled As a graduate student at the University of Chicago and remained there through the autumn Quarter of 1949, which ended last december. At that time he failed a qualifying examination for a master to degree but was so close to qualifying he was advised to retake the exam University officials said. Goddard did not enrol for the Wanter Quarter but was employed As a Laboratory assistant to drs. John Simpson and Marcel Schein who Are engaged in cosmic Ray research in the Institute for nuclear studies. King ailing London a up a King George View As confined to his room at Buckingham Palace with a slight cold. Who told Mccarthy of recall loyalty Board wants to know Washington av-1the fed eral loyalty review Board ordered a full investigation As to How senator Mccarthy a wis Learned the Board had recommended the recall of Diplomat John s. Service for a hearing. Mccarthy in his charges before a Senate committee that communists have infiltrated the state department accused service of being pro communist. Further Mccarthy told the committee last tuesday that service Case was not so important who was in route to a diplomatic it might be in ?� Post in India had been recalled Mccarthy said Friday that the for a hearing before the state department has issued a mandate Oro it Mentz to loyalty Board. For a a com delete and thorough chairman Seth w. Richardson Whitewash Quot of service. Of the civil service loyalty re u. S. Ambassador Philip c. Jes View Board said Mccarthy to state sup was reported drafting a fight ment was made five hours before i ing reply to Mccarthy to charges his boards to recommendations for a my Bim. Services to recall reached the state department. Richardson said the Board wants to know How to this a of leak occurred. added that a owe Are going to do All we can to find out who is ?� Richardson a Republican lawyer pointed out that the review Board under presidential directive is forbidden to disclose any information from loyalty files and records. said the leak in the service a but Breaks after of the verdict Edward Lester Gibbs cries bitterly As he is led from the courtroom at Lancaster pa., after a jury returned a death verdict in the a of impulse slaying of Marian Louise Baker stenographer at Franklin and Marshall College where Gibbs was a student. Gibbs is being restrained by Deputy sheriffs after he swung at photographers As he was being honed too age the Martha Matte. A wow prom. Charge conspiracy on casket prices Madison ??" apr eleven funeral directors in the Superior area must stand trial on charges of conspiring to fix prices on caskets sold for burial of indigent persons. Judge Carl h. Daley of circuit court in Douglas county has ruled. A copy of judge Daley to decision w As received by the attorney general to office Leonard Bess Man head of the anti Trust division said. The decision denied motions of defendants to attorneys for a summary judgment and held a trial must be conducted to determine the Issue. In their plea for dismissal of the state action the defendants contended funeral directors sold personal services and that caskets were incidental to that service. They claimed the anti Trust Law did not apply to them because it forbids combinations to set prices for commodities Only. Bessman argued that Sale of a commodity caskets was in car hits pole in wild Chase in Milwaukee # Milwaukee a one person was killed and two seriously Hurt saturday when a 25-year-old Driver raced at 80 Miles an hour through streets in the Western part of the City to escape from a police patrolman. The Driver l. C. Buford Milwaukee halted a squad car and asked to be taken to a Hospital after he had smashed his own automobile into a Utility pole the last of three accidents he had during the race. Eddie Mitchell 32, Milwaukee a passenger in Bufords to car was killed and miss Rosalia Carter 36, Milwaukee also a passenger was seriously Hurt. Buford suffered concussion cuts and bruises. Lott in traffic the Chase started after patrolman Myron Westphal stopped Buford for speeding and told him to fellow the squad car to a police station. Buford turned off on a Side Street police said. Westphal chased him but gave it up because of heavy traffic. Bufords to car ran off the Road and struck a Snow Bank throwing Mitchell and miss Carter out of the car. Buford drove on leaving the two in the Road. j later crashed into another car and finally ran up an embankment and hit the Utility pole. State line crash puzzles officer Albert Lea Minn. Our a Highway patrolman Sollie wandered whether he should have investigated the whole Accident or just half of it. Sollie rushed to the scene when advised that two cars collided at an intersection at Emmons Minn on the Minnesota now a Border South of Here. found one car driven by Roy Paulson Emmons facing West straddle the state line with Paulson on the Minnesota Side and his passenger in Iowa. The car of Freeland Stecker an instructor at Iowa state College Ames was headed North with the front end in Minnesota and the rear in now a. No one was Hurt seriously. Driver 39. Hurt in Traun collision Sheboygan wis. A a it a Peter Schmidt 39, of Cleveland wis., was injured seriously in a train truck crash at a Grade crossing one mile North of Haven. Schmidt was driving a milk truck which collided with the northbound North Western Road to Ashland limited. The truck was hurled against a Bridge abutment struck again and dragged 200 feet up the tracks officers said. Schmidt was taken to a Sheboygan Hospital. Baby Dies of rat bites comforts wife Windol Whitt left puts his Arm around his weeping wife. Helen it who holds the couple to 18-month-old daughter. Mary Elizabeth in Kosciusko miss., just after Whitt was found guilty As charged in the slaying of three negro children last january. Whitt first of three White men to be tried for the crime Drew a life sentence when the jury failed to reach an agreement of the a map. Of Milwaukee. A a 2 months old child apparently chewed and maimed by a rat after rolling out of bed died saturday. The county medical examiner to office said the infant had open wounds on the Bottom of the left foot with the three toes gnawed off completely. The blood had dried when the baby was discovered. There also was dry blood around the child to nose. The infant to Mother Mary Roberts 15, told police she had fed her baby Delores at Midnight and went to bed with her about a half hour later. Mrs. Kattie Bratchet 22, sister of the child to Mother told authorities she awakened about 6 a. M. And found Delores on the floor. The medical examiner to office said that apparently a rat had bitten the baby. An investigation was in Progress and the office Slid an autopsy might be held. Nash Auto plants to work saturdays Kenosha wis. A it it a Nash Auto plants Here and in Milwaukee will operate saturdays to keep up with new car orders company of

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