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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 26, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol 20. No. 47 Racine wis., sunday March 26. 1950 6 rages cold War spikes Hope of scientists it by in Ted press i in the months after Hiroshima scientists pleaded for International control of the atom. A owe must elect world peace or world destruction a warned Many. Today Many scientists acknowledge that control Hopes have been smashed against the fact of the cold War. J. Robert Oppenheimer a a co author of the Acheson Lilienthal report from which stemmed the Baruch plan recently called the plan �??� what then do we perish we May say these scientists but we still Are not helpless. We still a must keep trying a declares this month to Issue of the bulletin of the atomic scientists a journal of men who helped make the a bomb. Seek solution. The bulletin to editors Are urgently seeking new answers today. For two recent facts the soviet a bomb and the likelihood of both u. S. And soviet Hydrogen bombs a before Long a have set Many men pondering. Sen. Brien Mcmahon for instance has said a othe Prospect of an atomic Hydrogen Blitz spells horror in letters so Large that even the bloody attacks of Hitler and Tojo seem almost Petty. Yet in this our greatest emergency we have adopted no measures remotely equal in scope and daring to those used for the lesser emergency of the last ?� the bulletin of the atomic scientists offers no single solution but stresses one Point even those scientists who demand immediate attention to arms lest we become overwhelmed in the arms race consider Superior weapon development Only a of Means to gain time and put Force behind a new imaginative political action for world Unity and peace. Part of Broad plan. Gradually most of the West has come to agree that atomic agreement can come Only As a part of broader political settlement. Forty six of the United nations voted in 1948 to accept what was essentially the United states plan for atomic control an International authority in effect a big. Worldwide Coop a to run All the world to atomic installations. A Rascal proof a veto proof inspection by the authority to prevent violations. Inspections could be made in any country at any time in any place believed housing atomic materials. Stage by stage establishment of the plan with nations handing bombs and plants to the authority Only when each could be sure All others were co operating. But tax nations the soviet bloc voted a Ono to International management and continuous inspection. Atomic control talks Are today at a standstill. Other views cited. This month As usual the bulletin of the atomic scientists opens its pages to several views. The federation of american scientists asks president Truman to appoint a of new commission with the Broad perspectives of the Acheson Lilienthal commission. To examine the whole Issue and make a fresh ?� prof. Hans j. Morgenthau University of Chicago political scientist Calls War or a overwhelming Power the Only alternatives to negotiation with Russia on All issues. He believes overwhelming u. S. Power impossible now and Calls negotiation a othe sole Hope for ?� or. Harold c. Prev University of Chicago chemist and vice chairman of the bulletin to sponsors is a of unhappy to conclude that we should build the la bomb. Yet he opposes a of intentionally forfeiting the arms race. For to do so Woi ild lose us a your ?� a othere is no constructive solution except eventually a world government capable of establishing Law Over the entire Earth a asserts Urey. Ile supports any step a oin the desired ?� including strengthening the u. N., or establishing an Atlantic Union of democracies and extending it to As Many countries As possible As quickly As possible. Atlantic Union. He believes would give the democracies a overwhelming political commercial military and ideological strength a and a Oan enormous unbalance of Power in which the weaker Side would not dare Start a War. And the Safe stronger Side would not need to. Robbery in Kenosha nets Cash jewelry Kenosha a Pic Throe Hun dred dollars in Cash and More than $1,000 Worth of jewelry firearms and photographic equipment were stolen late Friday from the apartment of or. And mrs. Eugene l. Mench. The loot included two Diamond rings a Many to Diamond stud pin. A .38 Caliper revolver two shotguns. A Many to wrist watch two cameras and other photographic equipment. An Iron bar was used to pry open the door police said. A be ignoring apartment was ran a deed Bot nothing wet them. Truman adds support foreign Aid Battle Earth viewed from a rocket 2.000 Miles away. 3 czech pilots made landings Quot at gunpoint Quot Moon in a Valley with Earth shining in distance. Jupiter from its innermost satellite. Jupiter v. I Erding Germany our a spokesmen for 85 persons who j landed Here unexpectedly Friday said saturday that their three i czech airliners were Comman j deemed aloft at gunpoint for a mass i exodus from communist dominated Czechoslovakia. Leopold Thurner president of j i the czech airways was aboard one of the planes. But he was named As one of the 58 unwitting j and unwilling passengers who w ant to go Back to Czechoslovakia. Other than Thurner the group included no prominent or important persons the u. S. Air Force said in announcing the makeup of s the party. It contained 67 men 16 women one child and one infant. Seven anti communist crewmen i put guns on the pilots and forced i the three c-47�? to turn away from their routes to Prague coming in i Stead to the american zone of Germany. Twenty other persons j aboard the planes asked Asylum. Question passengers. Newsmen were permitted to interview those who asked to return to Czechoslovakia. The 20 passengers and seven crewmen who wanted to stay Here were being questioned. J Josef a Mesnil Pilot for the czech airlines said he flew his plane almost the whole Way from Brno Czechoslovakia to this u. S. Air base near Munich with a gun at his head. Down 8.3 per cent manslaughter i rape Down 9.5 per cent up u per cent robbery up 7.5 per cent assault tip 7.0 per cent up m per cent crime is on the up and up a larceny up 4.8 per cent Down 3.8 per cent Cost of living 1 Down 1.5% i Washington a or a living costs inched downward a bit again in february to about 1.5 per cent less than a year ago. New to decreases in food and apparel prices brought the government living Cost Index Down to 166 5 per cent of fhe 1935-39 average. This was a decline of two tenths j of one per cent Between january and february. The february Index is 25 per cent higher than the june 1946 Price level when wartime Price controls were lifted and 69 per cent above the prewar August 1939 level. Foods declined is tenths of one per cent in february to a level 2.5 per cent lower than a year ago but 34 per cent above june 1946.1 egg prices declined 7.4 per cent to their Low est february level since 1942. Prices of fruits and vegetables fats and oils Dairy products and sugar also declined. Among the food Price increases were slight boosts in meats and poultry with of fee showing a j ninth straight monthly increase j to a new to High retail level of about 76.5 cents a Pound. Lower prices for men to suits and top costs brought a one tenth of one per cent decline in apparel prices. Clothing now to has declined More than eight per cent below its 1948 record High. The Bureau of labor statistics which prepared the Index said rents continued their slight Rise increasing two tenths of one per cent from january to february. The wages of general motors workers we thief Rise and fall with the Index every three months. Were not affected by the latest figures. British teacher favors swimming in the nude Nottingham. Eng a a boys and girls should be allowed to swim and Sun Bathe together in the nude for the Good of their sex education a county official said. Alfred h marrow to. Nottinghamshire health education officer. Wrote in the county to quarterly j a of parents to ?� founder to Hosp conditions of Freedom there will be adequate stimulation for further questioning so that the child s Normal curiosity can be satisfied As Well a its sex \ ?� he said sex education was easier w Here there was to education and Best if it came from parents instead of teachers. Teachers he said sometimes go in for a anti sexual ?� and this is Likely to give a child neurosis. The a parents bulletin is the Magazine of Nottinghamshire s 46 Parent teacher associations. It has a Divot to 8,000. Willie the actor joins top ten the Fri has named William f. A Willie the actor Sutton left above As one of its a Oten most wanted ?� Sutton a native of Brooklyn n. Y., is five feet eight inches tall weighs 155 pounds and is of medium build. He has Blue eyes a medium dark complexion and dark Brown hair. The Fri believes he May have dyed his hair and be wearing a Mustache and glasses. An artist to additions to Sutton to picture at right shows How he might look in this disguise. Sutton suspected Leader of a $63,000 new York Bank robbery joined top ten list after William Nesbit was smoked out of a Cave and captured near St. Paul minn., by seven youths. Saturn with rings seen from its satellite Titan. Pretty Waal strangled near California Barracks Mars As seen from de Imos. Its further Moon. Inside outer space a a preview of conditions in outer space and on other planets in the solar system is being Given to visitors at new York to Hayden planetarium these Days. A special show features paintings by Chesley Bonstell from the Book a Conquest of space a Viking. Here Are a few of the scenes which look ahead to the time when rocket flights to Distant planets May be a matter of course. Triplets born in flood now three weeks old Jonesville. ?" a rocked in the Cradle of a flooded River the one a Day triplets Are in their third week of life. The boy Jodie born March 7, now weighs six pounds. Julia Fae. Born March 8, weighs seven pounds and the other girl Judia Mae born March 9, weighs eight pounds at birth they weighed five six and seven pounds respectively. The 36-year-old, 107-Pound Mother. Mrs. Lester Bardie admits she has her a hands full with the triplets and seven other children. But the two eldest. Edna 15 and Cloteal. 13, lend a hand in the chores which mrs. Hardie said includes washing 200 diaper a Day Cook 24, to wed a great grandmother Warwick. R ?" ply a #3 year old twice married great grandmother and a 24-year-old Cook in her restaurant plan to be married probably today. Mrs. Alfretta Jencks said she and William a. Baker Are a dead in love we Tith each ?� they took out a marriage License Friday and expected to be married a oat some preacher to ?� mrs. Jencks has four sons and two daughters 22 grandchildren and one great grandchild. A Oil to free while and 21,�?� said Baker. A owe ought to know our mind by ?� he is a world news Chart above based on the new to annual report of the Fri shows upward trend of crime in the United states in 1949. As compared with 1948. Total increase in crime for the whole country was 4.5 per cent. This represents a 4.2 increase in City crime and an 8.5 increase in crime in Rural areas. Tips Aid Fri it to Nab no. 2 Washington a up a the of big to All out search for the nation to a Oil most wanted criminals is paying off. Since the Agency released the list of its top fugitives on feb. 6 two of the thugs William rav i mond Nesbit and Orba Elmer Jackson a have been captured. Both were picked up on tips from persons who had seen their pictures in newspapers. In the Nesbit Case the tip came from two St. Paul minn., boys James Lewis 14. And James a deck. 13 both Are now making a triumphant tour of Washington. Fri director j. Edgar Hoover personally has congratulated them for their a magnificent ?� he i said the whole nation should be proud of them. Name replacements Jackson was captured Friday after an unidentified tipster told police that he was living under. An assumed name at a farm near Aloha Ore. The 43-year-old criminal had been free since sept. 18. 1947, we then he escaped from a Federal Honor farm in Platte county to. The Fri immediately named Stephen William Davenport who once served 16 years for murdering a policeman to replace Jackson on the a top Ion list. He broke out of a Quincy iu., jail last summer after he admitted transporting a stolen car across state lines. William the actor Sutton of Brooklyn. Y., Leader of the gang that staged a sensational $63,000 Bank robbery in new York earlier this month already has been named to replace Nesbit on the list. Davenport born 42 years ago in Keokuk Iowa began his criminal career in 1920 when he was sent to an Iowa state training school As incorrigible. In 1927, he was sentenced to two years in the u. S. Disciplinary Barracks at i eave Nwe North for desertion and assault. He killed a Hammond. Ind., policeman during a robbery in 1929. Davenport is six feet one Inch Tau and weighs 170 pounds. He has Hazel eyes brow Nish Gray hair and a dark complexion. He has we worked As a shoe repairman Carpenter Blacksmith and farmhand. Carrie a pistol the Fri warned that he must be considered armed and a extremely ?� when last taken into custody it said he was carrying an automatic pistol. It said that anyone with knowledge of his whereabouts should Contact the nearest Fri office. The eight members of the original feb. 6 list at Large Are Thomas James Holden. 54. Wanted for murder Leroy Emory Downs 43, sought for a san Jose. Calif., Holdup Omar August Pinson 31, a murderer who escaped from an Oregon prison Glen Roy Wright 30, another escaped convict and Henry Harland Shelton 40, we Tho is wanted in a kidnapping in Indiana. Also Morley Vernon King. 48. A suspected wife Slayer Morris Guralnick 34, who broke out of the Kingston n. Y., jail in 1948 and Henry Randolph Mitcheu 54, wanted in connection with a Wal Raaon Tel Dens rookery in Ieese. Hamilton Field air base. Calif. �?"<u.r a an attractive air Force Waal was strangled Early saturday near the women to Barracks Here and authorities said she May have been the victim of a sex attack. The slain girl was identified As staff sgt. Fair e. Decker of York pa., who taught a sunday school at the base. She was described by acquaintances As an a extremely Nice girls in her late twenties men questioned her clothing was Dis arranged and partly torn off. Federal Bureau of investigation angry actress swallows to sleeping tablets Hollywood a Aiby actress Lynn Merrick 27, took to sleeping tables saturday in a fit of anger at her husband. Robert Goelet heir to one of american to greatest fortunes police reported. After her stomach was pumped out at Santa Monica receiving Hospital the pretty actress was sent to her West los Angeles Home. Goelet reported his wife to attempt to take her life but gave no details of a quarrel poli let said. Miss Merrick told Hospital attendants she had taken to tablets. The actress former wife of actor Conrad Nagel gave her name at the Hospital As mrs. Barbara Goelet. Goelet and miss Merrick were married in Paris last fall. His Mother the Duchess of Villarosa reportedly frowned on the Romance. And it was reported at the time of the marriage that he would be disinherited. His father is a Rhode Island real estate magnate. Agents said they Are holding three or four men for questioning but indicated that they had no definite clues. Chief Deputy Frank j. Keaton of the Marin county Coroner to office said preliminary investigation show Ted the woman died be tween 3 a. In. And 5 30 a. In. Post of a strangulation through ?� he said an autopsy will be held to determine the positive cause of death. The Waal Barracks adjoin the married enlisted men to quarters at the base. Officers said the Gates of the Post Are guarded 24-hours a Day but there is no guard in the Barracks area. Fri takes Over several Hundred waifs and soldiers were asleep within a few Hundred Yards of the crime scene. Forty five truckloads of men left the base this morning for shipment overseas. There was a possibility they would be questioned by authorities although the Provost marshal said the men were restricted to their quarters Friday night. The Fri took Over the Case because a crime on a military reservation constitutes a Federal offence. On arriving on the base agents immediately invoked se-1 purity measures. Wealthy cuban Dies Havana. Cuba a pm senator Jose Manuel Aleman 45. A multimillionaire and one of the most fabulous figures in cuban politic. Died Here saturday of can boat blast hurls skipper onto Dock Waukegan. Iii. A it us a an explosion destroyed a seven ton fishing boat saturday but hurled the skipper onto a Dock unhurt. Skipper Hannes Thomson 35, said he was standing on top of the Cabin while the 40-foot Nautilus was being fuelled. He said the fuel tank overflowed Ancet that fumes were touched off by a stove in the Cabin. The blast rocked neighbouring houses but Thomson landed unhurt on the Dock. The boat a valued at it too. Urges Congress to strike blow t for peace key West ?" a president Truman called upon Congress to vote the a full amount of administration foreign Aid requests and strike a a major blow for peace. He pitched into the House Battle Over How much should be spent the next fiscal year for european and other Aid with a letter to chairman Kee d., w. A of the House foreign affairs committee asserting a passage of this act will strengthen All nations threatened with intimidation subversion or ?� he said it would be an attack on the poverty misery and insecurity a Oon which communism ?� House debate began Friday on the single package foreign Aid authorization. Support Road Bill. Meanwhile the president disclosed his support of a multimillion Dollar Highway program for his Home state of Missouri. He sent for an Absentee ballot permitting him to vote in the april 4 referendum on a major program to take Missouri a out of the ?� approval of the referendum would authorize spending $37,-500,000 during the first 12 months to get the expanded Road program under Way. The administration is seeking $3,375,000,000 for the fiscal year starting july i for Extension of Eca Extension of Aid to Korea authorization for participation in the units Palestine refugee program and for technical assistance to underdeveloped areas. Or. Truman continued discussions with his staff with a View of finding suitable men for vital administrative Post. Budenz says c. S. In gravest danger Corning. �?"�?"louis f. Budenz says the United states is in a othe gravest danger in its ?� the former editor of the communist publication. Daily worker made the statement Friday night in a Public lecture sponsored by the Aquinas club a Catholic discussion group. Budenz who renounced communism and now a member of the Fordham University faculty said the United states a Ocan save itself Only if its government awakens to the True ?� a Orussia has been waging War against the United states since 1945,�?� he said. A hundreds of men and women Are being killed in this War and 15 to 20 million no communists Are being held in slave labor Camps of soviet Russia ?� Budenz described the communist Conquest of China As a of staggering disaster to the United states and added founder the soviet system the 450.000,000 chinese can be trained in an incredibly Short time to be used As paratroopers against our american ?� he said the United states government permitted this Conquest of China because soviet agents in the state department used their influence to bring it about. Ike to appear again before Senate committee Washington. But a Gen. Dwight Isenhower will Tell a Senate committee More next week about his statement that the United states has disarmed too drastically. An army spokesman to whom the general referred All military questions about his speech said Eisenhower will appear before the Senate armed services committee about the Middle of the week. Eisenhower now president of Columbia University gave his View on disarmament in a new York speech thursday without detail. Defense Secretary Johnson has repeatedly praised Eisenhower for the Job he did last year in reconciling and trimming Money requests by the armed services to bring them within the $13,000.-000,000 defense budget for the year starting july i. Every Penny counts Monroe. Mich. A a the Check the government sent Capri f. Meier hardly seemed Worth the trouble or the postage. It was a refund on i income tax Siwl tar in cent

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