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

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28 May 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 28, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol 21, no. 4racine, wis., sunday May 28. 1950 8 pages reds in Reich Honor Russia s War dead ?" up a with pomp and j Gen. G. K. Bourne flew Over the u. S., British and French Garri fanfare reminiscent of the Hitler City in an . He copter and sons and scores of police cars a a. It inspected protective troop Dis threaded Back and Forth in the Era. East Germany s communistic positions. I Vicinity of the soviet sector Alert youth brigades paid homage to armoured signal cars from the for possible trouble. Russian to War dead. Western troops lion famine hits Europe ?"�?"Europe is in for a lion famine this summer. Except for zoos there Tell hardly be a lion to be seen. Circuses won to have them. The reason the movie a quo ?� being filmed this summer at Cin Citta outside Rome had to have 50 to 60 Lions for its circus Maximus scenes. That to just about As Many Lions As there Are in postwar spy Hunt peril to Freedom and West German police patrolled the Western sectors on watchful Alert As the Long heralded Whit j Sun tide rallies steamed into High i gear. There were a few minor incidents Here and there but mainly the City was Calm and orderly. Three East German police armed with old German army carbines abducted a German from the american sector and fired on Western police when they attempted Pursuit. That was the second such incident in 24 hours. The first was forestalled when British sector police seized two alleged communist agents As they were pushing a political refugee into an eastbound elevated Tram. 14 flee but All the Eastern police were not Happy. Eight Young conscripts fled to the Western sectors Allied officials reported making a total of 14 such deserters so far. More than 3,000 Blue shirted youngsters of the free German youth a Freie Deutsche jugend adj a stood stiffly while wreathes were placed at the foot of a soviet memorial made largely of Marble wrenched from Hitler to former chancellors. The ceremony was a highlight in the three Day free German youth demonstration which will be climaxed Here today with a monster Parade. Tribute to the War dead of a country which was once Germany to bitterest foe called out Only a portion of the estimated 377.000 youths of East Germany who have already gathered Here. The Wreath placing ceremony which also was used to attack the Western allies was strictly a German affair. Only two soviet officers were on hand. They stayed discreetly in the background. Hear leaders. Erich Honecker president of the free German youth led a proc is j Aion which included communist delegates from Bulgaria Czecho i Slovakia red China Austria j Vietnam Poland and Denmark. A oin the rest of our fatherland j we will openly and courageously fight for peace. We will fight to \ liberate our Brothers and Sisters in the West from Anglo american colonial reign and to save our people from the cruel destruction a the first speaker said. Other j speeches were on the same line. The Blue flags which fluttered before the memorial were dipped As the police band played a Othey have fallen in the fight and the free German youth marched from the Park. Shun reporters. They would have nothing to with Western reporters. Attempts to talk to them were turned a Waif i with a Curt shake of the head or an uneasy glance and Retreat. An order of the Day from communist or. Kurt Fischer chief of f the East zone police called on 20.000 officers in East Berlin to a of fulfil your honorable tasks with utmost preparedness and ?� in West Berlin British maj. Plans stage debut a buxom Marie Wilson a Veteran of the stage revue and the screen studies her lines As she prepares for her legitimate debut in a othe school for ?� she will perform in her first play for the Circle theater of Hollywood playing lady Yeazle in the 18th-Century costume production. A wire photo. Uncover clue to Isle murder new York a a a the new York daily news said in a copyrighted Story the Fri had uncovered a major clue in the Bahamas slaying of Betty Renner attractive Washington C. Lawyer. New evidence linking her death with a prominent figure in the slaying of sir Harry Oakes eccentric British millionaire is being investigated by the Fri and the state department and a break in the Case is near the news said. Sen in Law to freed the 37-year-old miss Renner former department of Justice Law Tyer who served on the War crimes commission in Tokyo was strangled and beaten to death while vacationing last april. Oakes was killed in 1943. The Nobleman to son in Law count Alfred Marigny was acquitted of slaying Oakes after a sensational trial during which Marigny to wife the former Nancy Oakes testified in his defense. The Oakes Marigny marriage was annulled recently. The news said that new to evidence indicated that miss Renner ran across previously undisclosed evidence in the Oakes Case. The paper added a Oshe Wras know to have met a Man who was associated with Oakes and who was a witness in the Marigny trial a few Days before her partly nude body was found wedged in an open Well in a Pine ?� gets phone Calls miss Renner was accompanied on the Nassau trip by a Friend Alice Macdonald of new to York. They stayed at the lost House a Nassau resort. Since miss Macdonald to return the news said it had Learned she had received several Telephone Calls from a hysterical woman we Tho a ois believed to have told miss Macdonald to keep quiet about anything she might know a soviets sail suddenly from Japan ?"<# a it. Gen. Kuzma Derevyanko and 48 other key members of the soviet Mission to Japan departed suddenly for Moscow saturday morning authoritative sources disclosed. The russians left aboard a soviet vessel which brought in 35 replacements. The sources said the replacements were Junior military men. There was no immediate explanation for the departure which surprised diplomatic circles. Informants said the soviet Mission was left without any High ranking chief. Wife goes along. Derevyanko was accompanied by his wife. On his several previous trips to Moscow she has remained in Tokyo. Also on those occasions a major general or similar ranked civilian has stayed in charge of the Mission. The chief of the soviet Mission is also a member of the four Power Allied Council for Japan. Derevyanko and All his aides boycotted the Council to regular session last wednesday without explanation although no business was planned. Previously they had boycotted or walked out on the Council w Hen it sought to discuss repatriation of japanese prisoners of War held by Russia. Acheson returns from pact talks new York. A up a Secretary of state Acheson returned saturday from big three and Atlantic Power meetings in Europe to report to president Truman and Congress. He was hurried from the pier by new York police escort to la Guardia Field to Fly to Washington to Confer with state department aides. The Secretary will see or. Truman monday morning and address a joint session of Congress on his european talks wednesday. His report to Congress will be broadcast nationally. At a news conference aboard the Cunard liner Britannic Acheson said he was a encouraged by the Progress made in the North Atlantic treaty organization and by the talks i have had with the foreign ministers in ?� everybody in his party is impressed by recovery vitality in Europe Acheson said. Decatur seeks Home for la Decatur. In. A Decatur City officials Are looking for a Good Home for a Oten gallon lug we Tho is coming Down to off her Pedestal. They warn she Hasnett w worked for years. Lil is a statue that once we tas a Fountain but something went wrong inside to years ago. Water commissioner Homer Chastain says a Olill will not be reconditioned and will be Given away. The statue came to Decatur in 1876 when Lowber Burrow to a Park Board member bought her at the Centennial exposition in Philadelphia for $2,100. She stood in Central Park in Decatur until 1930. Then she Wras moved to the City waterworks. End of a Celebration this is what happened when an automobile with five Young persons skidded on a rain soaked Highway on the outskirts of Warwick okla., and was hit broadside by a gasoline transport truck. The car was sheared in two to As four of the occupants were killed and one seriously injured. Dead in the Accident were John Robertson 24, and Robert Benson 25, both of Davenport okla. Marie Hill 21, Chandler Olka. And Joann Johnson 18, Sparks Olka. They were returning from Oklahoma City where they had celebrated Robertson to graduation from Oklahoma a. 8c m., and miss Johnson to High school graduation. The Driver of the truck received minor injuries. A wire photo. Bourbon pretender will return As Welcome visitor to France Paris up a Henri Orleans great great grandson of King Louis Philippe will come Home soon to the first Welcome France has Given a pretender to her throne since 1886. Pierre delo Graye Moustier the pretenders to representative said the 41-year-old count of Paris probably will wait for his return until the Council of the Republic the upper House of parliament seconds the National Assembly in lift j tog his exile. Then for the first time since a nagging wife takes the rap new ?"�?"a nagging wife took the rap for her husband in Kings county court. Sobbed blonde Sally Wilson a othe wrong person is on trial. I should be. No matter what he did for it we Tasny to enough. I kept after him for More Money. I drove i him ?� her husband Frank. 31, had been arrested As a parole violator after Sally complained that he beat her. But her heart softened when she realized he might be sent Back to prison. Judge Samuel Leibowitz continued Wilson on parole and sent the couple Home after this comment a Onever in career have i seen a woman come into an open court room this Way and shoulder the blame so ?� 1926, the count is expected to come Back to the nation once ruled by his forefathers. His first visit of about a month is expected to be strictly incognito. Chateau awaits. Afterwards the count his wife and their la children Are expected to Settle temporarily near Paris while the historic chateau of Amboise in the Loire River Valley the Cradle of French Kings is prepared for him. It took Only 40 minutes of debate by some 40 deputies in the Assembly to abrogate the Law of exile one of France to most hotly debated issues we then it w As passed in 1886. Then the Young French Republic still lived under the threat that the then count of Paris undisputed heir of the bourbons since the older Branch of the family died out three years before would succeed in mounting the throne of France. The Law of 1886 exiled the Bourbon pretender As Well As the heirs of the Napoleon family whose Empire fell when the prussian armies swy text across France in 1870. Republic unafraid. In a manifesto before leaving France Philippe the count of Paris charged a othe Republic is afraid. In exiling it designated As the Leader of France a the Republic is no longer afraid. Only the communists were against lifting the exile of the Man who entered the foreign legion in 1939 to fight for France against the germans. The exile of the Prince Napoleon Bonaparte who also joined the foreign legion and later the underground was set aside after the War. Army conscripts girl 2d time Reggio Emilia ?" 8p a Leonella Marazzi is having a hard time trying to stay out of Italy to All male army. She was called up for conscription by her regional military Board for the second time in a few weeks. The Board explained that her name looks like Leonella on the birth records and that s a boy to name. 4th meningitis Case i strikes in Oshkosh Oshkosh ?"up a the fourth Case of meningitis in Oshkosh this year was reported by mercy Hospital. The condition of mrs. Arthur h. Gruenwald 51, wife of the president of the Oshkosh giants of the Wisconsin state i baseball league was diagnosed Friday As meningitis. The three previous cases in the City have recovered. Arrest selves police told Decatur. 111.�?" of it a some Decatur policemen have placed themselves in a position we there the Law says they should arrest themselves. Here to How it came about. Complaints reached police wed i Neslav night that own tvs were attacking children. So As a routine solution the officers went out and shot an owl. Thursday night they i bagged four More and Felt the problem had been solved. Then state to attorney Perley t. Luton called attention to Section 36 of the fish and game code. It says it is a unlawful for any person at any time to kill any owl in Illinois except the great horned owl. The own tvs the police killed were not great horned owls they we Tere Small and mean. Thumbing Back to Section four of the fish and game code. Prosecutor Luton found a fall sheriffs Deputy sheriffs constables and other police officers shall arrest any person detected in violation of any of the provisions of this ?� a High tension wire knocks boy from pole Galesburg 111. A eight year old Jess Cooley climbed a 25 foot pole to reach a Birds to nest and touched a 4,400 Volt High tension wire the Shock knocked him to the London s underground Silver Market is a Gold mine ground and burned his face and it kill cab Driver at air base Washington u p a Gordon i c. Brown jr., 24, Post office department worker and part time taxicab Driver was beaten fatally at Bolling air Force base. Authorities said the dying youth was found about 40 feet from his cab by sgt. Neil f. Wegner of fort Atkinson wis. Wegner said that Brown gave his name but no details of the attack. Brown died at the base Hospital about two hours later from head injuries. Police sought to determine who occupied Browne to cab when it was logged through the sentry Gate. Delay hearing on Switzer ?"0j.p a a Senate hearing on the nomination of Carroll o. Switzer to be a Federal District judge for Southern Iowa was postponed indefinitely. Switzer was named to the Post by president Truman in a move which Drew Sharp objections from sen. Guy Gillette d., Iowa. Judiciary committee chairman Pat Mccarran d., nev., told a reporter that a hearing scheduled originally for june 2, was postponed at the request of Peyton Ford assistant to the attorney general. Oust bulgar Frankfurt Germany a 0j.r a Vladimir pop Tomov bulgarian vice Premier and foreign minister was relieved of his foreign affairs portfolio in a major Cabinet shakeup. Chest but he escaped fractures doctors said he May recover and they will know to definitely in a few Days. He is conscious and Able to talk to his parents or. And mrs. Chesty Cooley. No one would suspect that a Fortune in Silver lies a few to feet under this mass of rubble in London. It to a bombed out Safe Deposit building and in its subterranean Strong rooms a Lively Market in antique silverware does a Rushing business. It has become a top attraction for american visitors because devaluation of the Pound makes British antique Silver a a Good buy a and no duty is asked on items made before 1830. At right one of the dealers checks his display. The Market sprang up when one dealer whose shop was destroyed by bombs began using the vault As a show room. He found the Experiment a Success and others followed. Attorney general jeers at senator Mccarthy for immunity speeches Omaha a up a attorney general j. Howard Mcgrath denounced sen. Joseph r. Mccarthy to Hunt for communists in government As a a Onazip tactic that could destroy the liberties of All americans. Addressing Jefferson Jackson Day democratic dinner Here Mcgrath Cut Loose with the most blistering answer to Mccarthy yet undertaken by an administration spokesman. He defended the loyalty of government workers and asserted that unfounded attacks on them menace All citizens. Called a twitch Hunts to Mcgrath did not mention Mccarthy by name but he left no doubt As to his target. He ticked off the disloyalty charges made by the Wisconsin Republican on and off the Senate floor and labelled them angrily As a switch Hunts and frantic ?� he jeered at Mccarthy for making his most serious charges under the cloak of congressional immunity and then toning them Down when speaking without that Protection. Mcgrath said such attacks could surrender the nation to total tar ism a without a ?� president Truman and some leaders of both political parties share this View he added. A oif our democracy is not to die by its own hand it must not adopt the secret police tactics of the nazis to combat the secret police of the communists a Mcgrath said. A Oyet right now a he said a othere Are individuals who for one reason or another would have us embrace the methods of the secret police and wrong innocent men and women in the name of National Security. Innocent Hurt. Charge a othere Are those who Are being goaded by an hysterical fear of possible War who Are being frightened by the implications of the Possession of an atomic weapons by our enemies people who Are willing to allow Witch Hunts and frantic name calling to endanger our National ?� Mcgrath said that government employee had been a pilloried by headlines and that innocent persons had been the target of a guilt by association attacks from which they had no Protection. A of moral Issue of major importance is before us a he said. A othe time to stand up and be counted is while the Issue is before us not after it is ?� countering demands by Mccarthy and others that the of big to unprocessed investigative files be opened to congressional investigators Mcgrath said this would More to endanger rights of citizens a Othan anything done thus ?� he said it would mean that a unevaluated reports gossip and malice based falsehoods would be opened to the Public prints through the Channel and use of congressional ?� investigating 700 Mcgrath said a reasonable grounds for suspecting disloyalty had been found against Only one tenth of one per cent of the government employees checked. He said that not one person a finally adjudicated As disloyal is employed by the government now to. Mcgrath revealed that the Justice department is investigating the cases of 700 naturalized citizens to determine whether their citizenship should be revoked on grounds of subversive activities. Mcgrath reminded the democratic dinner that the loyalty review program covering All government employees is headed by a of Republican of highest personal integrity and reputation Seth w. Richardson. A Oyet the implication of the charges which have created the present noise and confusion is that this loyalty program i3 not functioning and that the supreme loyalty Board is itself disloyal or inefficient or both a he said. Live six years in wrong Home Hutchinson kans. A up a Chester Goettche and w. V. Swan next door neighbors for six years discovered they have been living in the wrong Homes. Swan owned the House Goettche lived in and Goettche owned the House swy Tan called Home. For some time they have been wondering if something Wasny to a miss. First there were the property taxes. Swan lived in the smallest House 724 East sixth but paid the biggest tax. Mortgage too. Then there was the paving tax. Swan who lived the greatest distance from newly paved Cleveland Street got a tax assessment. Goettche at 722 East sixth did no to. Three years ago Goettche took out a mortgage on Swan to House thinking of course it was his. Last wednesday Swan High tax Small House asked the county commissioners to Check up. They discovered the abstracts had been fouled up in the Van emans estate which sold the two houses. Swan wanted 724 East sixth but was sold lots la and 12 which contained the House numbered 722. He moved into 724. The following year Goettche bought lots 13 and 14, which contained the House numbered 724 East sixth thinking he was getting 722. He moved into 722. Swap even. Through the years each has paid taxes on the House he owned but not the one he lived in. Confronted with the facts the neighbors had a Council. A Oletz to Swap houses a suggested Swan. Goettche agreed. It will be an even Trade except that Goettche will Transfer the mortgage to his House. And they Tell still be Able to compare radish diameters or tax assessments Over the Back Fence. Discover new Comet of eighth magnitude Cambridge mass. A a discovery of a new Comet sighted from California was announced by the Harvard College Observatory. The Observatory said the Comet first of 1950, was discovered by or. Rudolph Minkowski of californian to Palomar Observatory during a Curvey intended to produce a new sky Atlas. Of the eighth magnitude the Comet was said to be relatively Bright and visible through a Small Telescope operated by an experienced observer. Arrest four in bomb Case Evanston in. A a four Northwestern University students who police said admitted touching off a Sulphur fumigating bomb to a Wake up members of a rival fraternity were booked on state charges of disorderly conduct. Fumes from the bomb which the four said they placed in the lobby of the Sigma Chi fraternity House Friday sent 36 person to the Evanston Hospital. Twenty six students remained in the Hospital for what attendants called a routine ?� charge crime ring perils Oak Ridge Washington a a a four Tennessee attorneys said that a of Nati Nauy controlled crime Syndicate has infiltrated the guard Force at the atomic Energy Plant at Oak Ridge. The lawyers asked sen. Estes Kefauver d., tenn., chairman of a special Senate committee studying National crime for permission to testify before his group. They said a othe very foundation of the Security program at Oak Ridge is being undermined by the forces of organized ?� Check perjury charges against 2 gamblers ?" up a senators investigating big time gamblers and bookmakers formally asked prosecutors Here to Check on possible perjury charges against Frank Erickson and Frank costello. Senator Mcfarland told reporters he had written George Morris Fay u. Attorney for the District of Columbia to determine whether Erickson or costello a Omay have committed perjury in testimony before a Senate committee. Mcfarland is chairman of an interstate Commerce subcommittee which has drafted a Bill that would ban transmission of some horse and dog racing information commonly used by newspapers and radio stations

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