Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
21 May 1950

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21 May 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 21, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal. Time bulletin vol 21, no. 3racine, wis., sunday May 21, 1950 to pages armed forces Parade might Washington a a Ameri forces put on their greatest show can fighting men throughout the of military might since the end world unleashed a Power packed of the War. More than 85,000 demonstration of their once great participated in parades and the wartime strength. Their numbers weren to As great but the punch was potent. From Tokyo to san Francisco from Berlin to new York the fighting men a a teamed for defense a went through their paces in the nation to first Observance of a armed forces ?� Here in the capital their com Mander in chief president tru biggest Force was reserved for Berlin where eight Days from now communist youth forces Are expected to rally. Wherever the army Navy air Force and marines put on their show the theme was the same we must be Strong we must be ready we Are in a cold War with soviet Russia. In Japan Gen. Douglas Mac Man and defense Secretary Louis Arthur ordered his troops to sus Johnson reviewed perhaps the Pend routine duties and observe biggest military Parade in Wash the Day. Parades were scheduled int on to history. Or. Truman an old world War i artillerymen snapped a vigorous Salute As the colors went by tanks guns and men following in a mighty procession. Bombers fill skies from Carswell air base it. In Tokyo to Khoma and other cities. Barrage of speeches warships put in at japanese ports and were opened for general visiting. In american ports citizens swarmed Over hundreds of ships ranging from the 45,000 ton aircraft Carrier Franklin Munitions blast sets off inquiry surf Rob Quot a Hooven at Norfolk va., to took off and flew singly Over More than 250 cities including All state capitals. The a bomb carrying super bombers in event of War would carry the attack to an enemy to Homeland. In Germany american armed fete fliers in Chicago Glenview sgt. Elmer c. Bender of Cincinnati a prisoner of the chinese Small torpedo boats. There were almost As Many speeches fired As salves. Here to a sampling adm. Richard l. Conolly commander of u. S. Naval forces in european Waters in London a those who would impose their Way of life upon All others constitute a threat an extremely serious threat to Freedom Loving people of the ?� it. Gen. Robert l. Eichelberger at Asheville n. A the armed forces now Are a Oon a stronger footing than at any time since the Iii a Ltd Marine demobilization that followed world War ?� Matthews broadcast owl adopts intended dinner a Oscar a Young great homed owl stands protectively Over a lame baby Chick that was to have been its dinner at the univer sity of arizonan to zoology department in Tucson Ariz. Zoologists placed the baby Chick in the menagerie w Here the owl is kept and Are still trying to figure out Why Oscar took the Chick under its Wing instead of eating it. Their Only explanation to Date is that Oscar is just too Young about two months to know better. A wire photo. Show foes u. S. Strength news executive advises los Angeles a a if the a Hugh Baillie rugged exponent United states gets into another of Freedom of the press bom of a War a Oit will be our own fault be newspaper family tempered in Ieti j a in cloves e. Byers cause we have led some aggressor the fires of individualistic compe communists for 18 months held Deputy army assistant chief of to believe we could be licked a tuition he symbolizes the heritage a lipstick smeared reunion Satur staff at Lockbourne air base Hugh Baillie president of the of fearless leadership Independent Day with his pretty Brunette wife. Columbus Ohio the cold War United press said in an address initiative and tireless Energy As Shirley. Struggle a demands preparedness Dedaj Catong founders Hall at the Socia Ted with the world of journal the a off Rar . He Ino there was a mob of Well wish and tha preparedness demands University of Southern California. Ism since the Days of the Zenger Hekt Nde Waterer the Oreair � on Hanh a a i Niana Lanriot sacrifice ,. ,. F. F h h under water in the Stream. We got into the last two wars trial.t1 the second Fisherman still in that the news executive j former student of the uni identified it fled when Ahtl went said. A othe Kaiser thought first verify of Southern California to Saviluoto to assistance that we would not fight and Campus correspondent for the los Saviluoto still in the Hospital secondly that if we did fight we Angeles Herald reporter for the reported in improved Condit renew demand for wardens to carry firearms Marquette Mich. A a3 a while Law officers prepared an assault warrant against one of two fishermen involved in the near drowning of a Michigan conservation officer upper Peninsula sportsmen to clubs renewed demands for passage of a Law that will permit game officers to carry weapons a ofor their own ?� prosecuting attorney John Voelker said that Eino Wanska Marquette insurance Salesman would be charged with a assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than the crime of murder a a felony which carries a maximum penalty of to years to imprisonment caught spearing Carp Wanska is alleged to have attacked conservation officer Arthur Saviluoto 31, of Ishpeming. When the latter and another officer Alger m. Lahti came upon Wanska and a companion spearing fish in the Carp River two Miles South of Marquette. Wanska is said to have resisted arrest and during a struggle with us a a of. Link Purchase by Pakistan to big explosion Monty Higle age 21 months of Cincinnati is known As a bouncing Monty after taking the Tumble traced in the picture diagram at left. Monty suffered Only scratches and bruises we then he fell from his crib out the third Story window bounced off a porch roof and onto the ground Steps. Era on hand As his plane landed at this naval air base but Bender Navy Secretary Francis p. Grabbed his wife and their Daugh Matthew in a radio broadcast Ter Kathy 4, and ducked Back a othe Navy has always been a inside the plane for a greeting in Tovai and dependable member of private. This defense team upon which we depend for our Morse Winner 2 to i in Oregon Senate vote plane late. Security and for could not transport an army t0 1,08 Angeles record he became As Tion he suffered bruises Shock a an nomination for u. Of Neace a Europe. The japanese thought Socia Ted with the United press in and swallowed a Large amount of by a two 10 on mar 1,1 a j la i it no Lait in Hilt non Nan the preservation then he reappeared on the ramp adm Forrest p Sherman chief we could licked. Hence Pearl 1915, and in 1935 became Prest water. On to his i of naval operations in St. Louis Hgt Arbor Hitler shared that de Dent _. Lusion. Hence his declaration of never one to administer fro the holding Kathy in other hand clasping his wife to i u. S. Military strength will keep and his face smeared with lipstick. A Oil to overwhelmed a Bender said beaming. Mrs. Bender 24, was Over the cold War in Check. Security is National War on the United states. Per an office he has covered the mock Law. Claim reaction of sportsmen to Portland ?" a sen. Wayne Morse won the republish senator margin Over his conservative opponent Farmer Dave Hoover late returns in the Oregon primary showed today. Hoover who campaigned a in All hands lob Quot anally i am in favor of letting world in his search for news. A Quot 1� a a Jason to t0u5h,t1 �?i5 Gross Lovely of Morse and his until the cold War Stree e with the world know How formidable honoured Friend of men in High Eter Tref la or a Liberal Quot republicanism conceded Russia is resolved we must main we Are so a hostile nations or places noted War correspondent. P2�? a eat As ?t?,.in returns rom whelmed too. Her husband to plane Ain a powerful military establish was an hour late on the trip from men i those which might become hostile consultant to the american Dele the sport men to balloting gave Morse an Una sail Burbank Calif., and she was nervous and upset during the wait. She was Given sedatives and Lay Down. But when the Silver two engine r4-d, Navy plane taxied Down the runway it was a different Story. Holding hands with Kathy she ran up the ramp and the three embraced. Bender 27, and William c. Smith 32, of Long Beach Calif., Navy chief electrician to mate were seized by chinese co Rpu lists when their Small observation plane was forced Down oct. 19, 1948. Near Tsin Tao then a base for the u. S. Fleet in the we tested Pacific. They landed just across will be afraid to attack us. Given degree gation at the United nations conference on Freedom of inform Man vanishes in car fight Chicago a Ain a Julius Mersinger. A trucker told police that he was abducted after traffic quarrel with three men knocked unconscious and robbed of $60. He said they took him to Western and Ogden avenues in his own car. Struck him on the head robbed him and left him there in his car. Association a owe deplore the fact that our _. Conservation officers Are expect i Bai lie dedicated the new build Hon builder of a world wide news to Hod aws tha were eng at alumni Day exercises on a Orile. Known wherever he goes aced for the Benefit o a a the Campus of us where he was As Baillie of the United press. A member of the class of 1915. At president Fred a fagg jr., of saturday to ceremonies the univer us then conferred the degree sity awarded him the honorary recalls hangings degree of doctor of Laws. Baillie said that in his judgment Quot uphold Quot the see Law s Tave Dean Tracy e. Strevey of the the chances Are against a pre by in str ppm i 0f Power and the Able Lead. Democratic races for both u. S. Sons and yet Arentt permitted to carry a weapon of some sort for their own Protection. A now that the wardens appoint lawyers vote crime quiz Chicago a up a mrs. Julius he chinese nationalist lines in j Mersinger told police that three red Tern tory. Chicago a up a eight mid College of Leters arts and Sci meditated military attack on the right to Bear arms a mockery is West attorneys general were on fences read he following citation United states As Long As the being made of any attempt at Law record in unanimous support of for the degree turn to Page 2, col. 3. Enforcement a e a the Senate committee investigating into organized crime. The state officials meeting Here also voted endorsement of legislation to ban transportation of gambling information in interstate and foreign Commerce and urged passage of a adequate legislation of this ?� the state representatives were attorneys general Robert l. Larson Iowa Clarence Beck Nebraska j. A. A. Rumquist Minnesota await life s Sunset. Two dozen Little old ladies in Gar Home by Arther Bystrom did not know that she lost both that Are very old but clean and King ?" of a this is then an Accident when she was comfortable. Men forced her husband into an Story of 24 Little old ladies at the 4 years old. She is remarkably i All except three of the widow to Heads Parade. Automobile saturday after a Street grand army Home for veterans. Spot with artificial limbs. Draw Federal pensions of $48 a Bender who was guest of Honor Corner traffic argument and that i it is the Story of a group of a a month. Of this they pay $13 a at an armed forces Day luncheon i she ha8 not seen him sir be Happy we Tell cared for women who with just a year to go to reach to to to the state. In nearby Chicago and Washington up a the state department said it will investigate the South Amboy n. J., blast to determine whether the explosives involved had been properly licensed for Export. The department has charge of licensing or permitting munitions exports. It works with the customs service which is the enforcement Agency for licensing. The licensing or permit system is used to prevent american arms from falling into the hands of unfriendly nations and to regulate the flow of arms to All other countries. Hunt for dead John c. Elliott chief of the department to munitions division said the investigation will be made As quickly As Basic facts concerning the origin and destination of the explosives can be obtained. Several persons were killed and More than 300 injured in the Friday night explosion. Search continued among the wreckage and officials said the death a toll May never be known. One vessel of the Isbrandtsen line was on hand at South Amboy awaiting a cargo of munitions before starting for India Hans j. Isbrandtsen the line to president said in new York. Since this line operates to the far East state department officials reportedly were interested to make certain none of the arms going in that direction might fall eventually into the hands of the chinese communists. The Navy and army said the explosives were not under their control. A military Aid program officer said As far As he knew the explosives were not a part of any scheduled shipment to Europe or any country receiving official military assistance from the u. S. The Fri declined to comment on whether it was investigating. Reveal Purchase time the Republican party should a High official 0f the Pakistan adopt a program of constitution8 embassy said his country had recently purchased anti tank and Senate and governor developed in nip and tuck fashion. Follows Pennsylvania attorney Howard Latourette led Over or. Louis Wood for senator and Lew Wallace Defeated for governor two years ago was close behind the leading gubernatorial candidate state senator Austin Flegel. Morse said he will a continue to vote independently on issues As i see ?� he had frequently sided with Senate democrats. He believed the Oregon returns showed the same trend As in Pennsylvania where gov. Jim Duff won thursday. A Oit shows the people feel it is liberalism a Morse said. Dean scores runaway Homer Angell Dean of Oregon to All Republican congressional delegation scored a runaway Triumph Over Donald c. Walker Portland attorney and Robert j. Jensen 37-year-old real estate Man. Anti personnel mines and other Light munitions in this country. He said they a were due for shipment from South Amboy about this ?� minister m. O. A. Baig told in reporter that a owe Are trying to get some official information on a Many of them manage to save _. her husband is an Independent form the largest single contingent a no Virv a air or trim � go and then truer. Mrs. Mersinger said that of civil War veterans widow to in _ quite a bit of what they have a. Elliott Illinois Harold headed a Parade of 25,000 Down he had not been involved in any any Hopie in the s life Story s a Pano left a commandant Stordock said. Patzert Kansas j. Emmett my Michigan ave., told newsmen he labor or personal troubles. A Ray fax Montier a it a a a Manamon Indiana Wallace e. Had decided definitely to re enlist she said that she and their two a close Check indicates there with her husband a Railroad us thin to. Ann their Farmer i. Warner North Dakota and assist in Tjie marines. Children. Henry. 12, and Richard Are Only 16 living survivors of the construction Foreman for the great Ana the a Wormer wis ant attorney general William a. Asked How she Felt about it 4. Started downtown to attend a Union army. In Wisconsin there Northern Road she moved from Consin Homes Are. Platz it Wisconsin. Mrs. Bender said a Ohey to Home radio broadcast. At 18th and Clark is Only one surviving Union vet one of civilization to an Flora May Bell 81, Marinette Tofy voted unanimously to of now and that to ?� she she said their car stalled and some Crane Lansing a. Wilcox of Ca other As transportation pushed mrs Amelia Bonnin 99, Tigerton Fer their co operation and As added the waned to take a Ronen in a car behind them began Dott who formerly lived Here. Back the wilderness. He died in Anna Black 84, Beloit Minnie Istance a extent of their of. To in. Loon or a x to. I _ i a a i Al. I it i Uia Quot a a up. It a. A vacation now a Obj ?� too loud radio traps players shouting at them to a pull ?� the 24 Wisconsin women whose and mrs. Delaplain has been Brabazon 96. Milwaukee Emma Cess a sen. Estes Kefauver d., Mersinger started the car and men fought in the Union army Bee -2 yeas. Bradshaw 82, Augusta Nancy Tenn chairman of the special got it around a Corner she said Are spending their remaining years husbands of most of these i Jane Carter 96, Greenw Ood Mary Ena a committee investigating and she and the children remained in spotless quarters in the state Dows served in the Wisconsin in Chase 97, Sturgeon Bay mrs. Or8amzed crime there w Hile Mersinger returned to Home bordering picturesque Bain Fantav. Nearly All were privates. \ Delaplain. 99, Burlington Jennie ail but one voted to endorse and the Comer. Bow Lake. They knit sew sing. One was an officer. His widow is j s. Ferrers. 79, Black River Falls urge pm of a of bil1 a Oto Aud the she said she waited about five play cards attend a omens to Relief Jennie s. Ferrers 79, who came Selma Field 75, Milwaukee Katie states in curbing organized gambles Angelest a radio minutes and then went to the Cor corps meeting or a Ojust visit As Here from Riv a Falls wis., four Foat 86. Oxford Ella Hager 84 Ling and racketeering a Mcmana officers m g Hutcherson and d Ner and saw her husband strut the it wait contentedly for reunion it ear a of. Prairie farm Ora Hollands 75. Mon declined to vote. A a a it gling first with one Man. Then we Tith with their heroes. The Home was established As a Oshkosh Ada Hudson 90, Stevens due san were ordered to in two More. She said she grabbed Many have made All arrange private venture in 1887 to provide Point Margaret Kemp. 87, Wau Vest Gate a loud radio. A come her younger child and ran to 18th ments for funerals and burial Quot shelter for indigent civil War Paca mrs. Lamphier 87. Wauna in a said a voice after Thev Knock and Wabash from where she Tele even to picking out the lots in Union army veterans their wives Ca Mary Luther 77 Milwaukee phoned a brother. John Kina. 30. King cemetery where they will and widows. Emma Mcnamara 87, Milwaukee when they returned to where lie with their loved ones. In state took it Over. Bertha m. Park 84, Kenosha mrs i she had left the car it was gone j a of grandma Theodora Lamphier 11 has expanded from eight Peterson 73, Luck Lottie Potter Westover Field mass a who celebrated her 87th birthday buildings in 188? to 111 at present. 53 Milwaukee Nellie Stew tart 85, a mrs. Yvette Madsen attractive two games against Ohio state at on the democratic ticket in an whether our materials were in Gelli to District Carl c. Donaugh ?� former u. S. Attorney held a de 1 one report which reached the Cirive Lead Over Young Phil Dreyer. Pakistan embassy said the initial explosion occurred in 45 ton of dynamite which had no connection at All with the Pakistan order. Pakistan recently obtained a munitions Export License from the United states government to cover shipments of goods it was buying. Conferred on sales it was recalled that during his a 1recent visit Here prime minister la,l�.rj.ha.1adersh�?p 0f loquat a Khan of Pakistan tie for Lead in big ten Madison wis. A up a Wisconsin to baseball team scored two runs in its half of the loth inning to defeat Michigan 7-6, and the big to conference. The Victory followed a 4-3 Conquest of the wolverines Friday. It was the first time since 1900 that Wisconsin swy text its annual two game series with Michigan. Coach Ray Fishers wolverines i a of said his country was buying military supplies in the open Market. He conferred with u. S. Defense officials about the possibility of obtaining surplus War materials de on the specified door. Inside they reported they found and arrested five men engaged in a game of draw poker. As the officers herded the men Yvette arrives to enter prison had broken a 5-5 deadlock with a run registered on Bob Wolffs double and Bob Fancetta to single in the top half of the 10th inning. Then singles by Bob Shea and Paul Furseth two fielders choices and an Outfield Fly brought Home the winning mins. Both teams now have won seven of to conference games. Michigan winds up its season with conversations have been announced. Liaquat Ali said Pakistan needed armaments because it had not received an equal share with India in the War time equipment accumulated there when the Indian sub continent was divided into two separate states. Bird Heads eagles grand rapids. ?" or april 25. Is one of those Juho have Many of Appleton Mary e. Weld. 87, Black Brooklyn. N. Y. Widow arrived better that wat Detroit a Harry shul out the door in route to the jail. Ralph Bird has been elected pres. I u p oth Ali and uni Hwy organizations61"11 Waukesha 1 Quot eur to United states from Frankfurt Ley, Turne let 0ff the i Dent of Khachigan a Tate besides my Mother too loud radio. Fraternal order of eagles. Allege russians have trick to keep prisoners enslaved a othe ?� colonel Ann Arbor while the badgers Man overcomes his allergy to travel to Minnesota for a final strawberries by sprinkling them pair this weekend. Lightly with Pepper. Study possums in Captivity to learn secrets of Early life. To. A Berkeley Calif. A a9 a a creature has to climb into the nor to ,. A. Police Headquarters and remanded to Fly her to Washington. She was to. E a Berlin. A a a German s a oat first the change of food year old mrs Emma Peterson of commandant Fordock expects the the release of his 15-year-old son escorted by two air Force police Quot it Avromia scientist Mother to Pouch where he nurses she tells you. Admission was limited to civil _ promised it Iong a veterans and their families in the Early years but veterans of cd h can Rotor m m All wars and their wives or i on the Hill Are some 1.800 other a Dows now Are Eli ble Graves. A othe colonel is col. Gil a a a Man Stordock. Popular command present rapacity is 500 but there i Detroit Odd John ant of the Home. Are plans to double this to 1.000 of Wilmette. 111., called Detroit walked to another plane waiting the youngest of the group is 73 in the next to years. By then John is sore Germany saturday afternoon to began a 15-year prison sentence for murdering her air Force husband it. Andrew Madsen former i by of Racine. A manacled mrs. Madsen Abeles stepped from a transport and socialists allege that the russians theft held first place in this oper Omro wis. Peak in world War i Veteran res and two other teen agers. And a was Captain have adoptee a new trick to keep action a a us the sociaj4t com she married a civil War vet dents to be reached. Admission a oif you done to let them go a he from Washington mrs. Madsen tens of thousands of German Pris it w eran Many years her senior and is on a priority basis with civil thundered a Oil to going right to will be taken to the Federal owners of War in prolonged forced p Ami or Kaaea in. Ult ha5 been at for 17 years. War veterans to widows first. The mayor about ?� women to reformatory at Alderson labor in the soviet Union five i my ?t sabotage at because she had not been married j the civil War widows an years after the War. The socialists assert the soviet process is to convict the prisoners As a of criminals on trumped up charges and sentence them to labor Camps for As Long As 25 and other inspector Charles Searle made f w. Va., to begin her in Tench. Tempted escape and refusal to the required to years when her residents both men and women a Quick Check and found no boys work. When these grounds did not husband died she receives no fed get Complete maintenance include from Wilmette being held for any instalment plan prove fruitful enough espionage Era ?n,1. Clothing ear and food reason Austin Texas top a Coupe do a Little sewing for others. About 40 elderly couples live in a Odon t know what you re talk a _ _ _. Tor America was added and. She explains. A that Rives me Small cottage which they keep ing ?� he told the indignant jud8 Thurman is letting life in one of its earliest forms de however that after several who has succeeded in raising opossums in Captivity believe they May become useful As Laboratory animals. Because the embryonic opossum goes through a period of development in his Mother to Pouch where he can be observed easily he May be a Good subject for studying mammalian for about 60 Days before becoming a fully developed baby. This is an Ideal setup for the Laboratory experimenter except for one major drawback. All attempts to raise opossums in Captivity heretofore have failed Reynolds said. The California scientist report finally the charge of a trespassing _ enough for the extra Little ?� up themselves but they eat in Parent it Eais instead of sending them on soviet territory. On the last she added Mam dining Halls. Abeles paused a minute and their fines on the instalment Home. Often they Are said to be j charge it would be possible to a of have had a Good life and no some of the civil War widows then sheepishly inquired plan. The judge lets those who taken off repatriation transports sentence every pm to forced real ?� live in the Hospital building. Oth a Oise a to this Milwaukee police a plead guilty pay out their fines ?� i you might Bailer that if Yon Arax in two Largo headquarter Quot it at it a Day. Ltd a k r to Faco court. First offenders in his court pay says Harold c. Reynolds museum years of trial and error he had tet Hician. Learned How to raise opossums in the opossum emerges from the cages. He now has some third Mother after 13 Days of pre Natal j generation animals which were then the Mille barn in Captivity

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