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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 8, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 21, no. 23racine, wis., sunday october 8, 1950 8 pages gangster spills Capone secrets saw vision woman insists Necedah. Wis. A of a Mary Anna Van Hoof collapsed at her farmyard shrine after delivering what she said was her seventh on and final message from the Vir Gin Mary. Just previously a Rod Andrea former Capone gangs other w witnesses before the con Man Catholic priest said he saw Mittee Haave denied Ever hearing the a Kun Ter. Stepped out a i traditional in mafia a loosely knit so de world character and talked Chicago it it a the Chicago he got out in August 1947, daily news reported today Phil parole. The gaunt Mother of seven was c a cd Ety of underworld characters of Raviv taxi Afta Fow minute Anni freely to Senate crime incs to a it Ajjan and a Lillian descent a cd Quot do a a i tors. Dandrea mentioned no names of Quot i Don t have an tiling to Star Spader of the mafia or Lark a a a we Scarf acc Al Capone. Hand Art or often lenten in. He a a a Ual in a first per on former bodyguard in said to Ltd have said Xmas Aceve and syn a it a raw a told the committee. My in members. The news Sud sen. Kefauver. D a Tenn. Chairman of the invest Onorea Peine Ligating group and his staff a sat mafia began in Sicily in the were Given to her by the Mother goggle eyed As they listened to i800�?Ts As a Force against oppression Christ calling upon christians do Andrea Tell of his life with the of landowners and corrupt officials a a i Ron apr in of rus gang of the mat a. Dreaded a Basl 1 Lead Andrea to a of Tan secret society and of winding up nearly broke after romping committee is that its her 25-minute message Pieliv was heard by a rain pelted crowd estimated at 30,000. It followed the general pattern of previous messages she said Sia. At least one other person in the members estimated crowd of 7,500 persons newly Laid mines. Navy harass u. With big spenders of the prohibit Settle their own differences. Awaiting mrs. Van hoofs a a vision when Al Capone had trouble. Said the Sun Brok through Low rain Clouds for about 40 seconds lion Era. Out on parole now Gray haired of Andrea two divisions within sight of red Border broken in health As Well As pocketbook. His heart is bad so Are his kidneys. He gets along on an m he a a yes do Andrea replied he said he first became aware he settled his own difficulties. M. ,. ,.without going to the police did no to and a stated in clock Wue an investigator asked on Joseph burial a gnat anti Tokyo photographer said our a Una two Allied Aivil i took color movie pictures of drove within sight of the come from a Small Chicago Gaso of the mafias activities when he 1 a 1 saw the Sun rotate Korea Border on the West line station. Was associated with an italian c her observers including some saturday. They soon May smash a live paid the penalty for hang language newspaper and an italian across in the by drive to Knock so jams cd a a Fri,ert.1 Organ Muon the Cloud but that d did no a the reeling red. Friend of Al Capone and those Fel mat Ash o do yer Par to rotate. An air Force spokesman said lows seemed smart to me at the to testify the crowd gathered to watch the u. S. First cavalry wheel time new York new York City a mrs. Van Hoof was much smaller horse of the Southern Korea do Andrea a one of the Capone Gam Bun t Probert reached out a in us 100 000 who it armed he Ore Akou mashed into Kag song to tag three High police officials said the Virgin last appeared be three South korean divisions figure fore her. None of the onlookers already were Over the Border in confirmed the vision then. The East. Maas mighty Force gangsters sentenced to to in w a. Quot i shabby farm aug 15, when it he two Miles South of the Border. Prison in 1943 for a $1,000,000 Shakedown of the movie Industry and a prominent Public a a As grand jury witnesses. The a a figure was not identified but was widely believed to be former mayor William o do yer who resigned five weeks ago to become american ambassador to Mexico. He now is vacationing in California. The new moves followed fast on Hampton s. a Ltd a Bank a series of raids ordered by Brook president and a former Bank Rob Lyn District attorney Miles f. Mex thief guest of big banker pet cow saves Farmer s life North Hampton. N. up the South korean third division. Spearheading the drive into red Korea that has torn gaping holes in the communist country stabbed close to won san. This Industrial City reported Eastern Anchor of the red defense line is 90 Miles deep in North Korea. The South korean capital and sixth divisions drove northward Ber Are swapping yarns this week Donald on the Homes of eight to a Farmer Berwin e. Fuller cred Bro mountainous red korean end at a Savannah River Camp Beemen. Near Here. The raiders turned up four Tele the conversation which must vision sets that Mcdonald said be anything but Dull is being filled were gifts from bookmaker Harry out with Hunting and fishing Gross head of a reported $20,000,-, the yarn swappers Are Ralph too gambling Empire. P. Bowden president of the loan admits pay off and exc Nango Bank of Hampton g now in m assay a Ria and James big Jim Morton of. A Cleveland witness has admitted paying is read Ilia Story 000.000 a a lot of Bowdens life has been Tion. Spent behind the familiar window Grul work of Bank Morton has Geant and one a patrolman. Of Flat spent about 3u years behind the Ai summoned after the raids less fragile window Grill work of the other three two of them prisons item his favorite cow a with saving his life. He told the Story As a a Daisy a terrain Inland from the East coast. Behind these five divisions a he made three in North Korea and two on plans for rebuilding a barn de the Border a the United nations stroked by fire a few Days ago with As massing a mighty Force of loss of 65 head of cattle and two horses. Only a a Daisy survived Farmer Fuller explained she year for police protect Nev a much of a cow for giving milk Seldom met her quota. _ 1 when the fire broke out. Fuller two other policemen one a ser ran to the barn trying to frer this largest Border City is astride Man a a he started to lose the a a a a loth red capital consciousness in the smoke. Ond no. A i Felt a nudge in my Back As i a division the South just recent 1> retired were in the started to fall he called later a i korean eighth was poised on the up t ranks of he pol a did a. W 5border 26 Miles a St of Kay on american British australian and South korean troops for the expected knockout punch. Kaeson seized by the hard rolling first cavalry is Only two Miles South of parallel 38, the artificial Border dividing Korea. Confederate Flag in front of to. Bank on holidays became interest at Mcdonald request. Police Ionia to a Quot to hed in Norton after Reading i commissioner Thomas f. To a do a tory in a National Magazine Sec ordered detective to locate-but1 d draw i me Alon the next the two retired office thing i knew i was outside a eral weeks ago. Not arrest he wrote Morton inviting him als to be his guest for the weekend at the two were Edward c. Moran. His River Camp. 60. Former assistant chief inspector a portion of his letter read in charge of the Brooklyn District. A about the Only experience i who retired the Day Gross was have not had in the banking Bult i arrested sept. 15. And John e. Chiey i la flu Ness has been the privilege of sit Flynn. Former inspector in charge Ting Down in some isolated spot of the confidential police graft with a a Jug of wine and a loaf of squad who retired the Day Mur bread Between us and talking Phy became commissioner. Sept. We Ltd a one time professional egg 26. Man. The third High officer was in a my reason for w rating you is Spoor Frederick a. Hofsaes form purely selfish. Like Saint Paul or com Sander of the Brooklyn 18th Bitting at the feet of Gamaliel. I District have always enjoyed sure enough it we As twelve hours later a a Daisy was found in a nearby pasture just As contented ase or. Answers query associating with a real artist and when i read your articles i immediately thought what a pleasure it would be to me to have the privilege of talking for several Days with such an artist As i know you to will to rite biography Morton until recently a night Tion. With hair hanging almost to clerk in a Cleveland hotel accept him. J it ,.,. His shoulders was found in an de. He says he s already told 1 bowl Den and his son Quot Many tricks coi by Friday. Officers find Escapee in attic cell Milwaukee a a a 22-year-old Escapee from a mental ins Titu of the Morton plans to leave Here for a to it Miami to begin work on his Auto it cars biography. Believe the youth May have been House for nearly three Pope to proclaim bodily ascension Vatican City a a Dogma of the bodily Assumption into heaven of the Virgin Mary will be proclaimed by Pope Pius the police went to the Home after receiving a tip that a youth had been locked in an attic room. They had to use crowbars to reach him the Young Man said he had run away from the Northern Colony. New glarus. Wis. A aha three year old Judy Zweifel was missing from her farm Home about milking time. Her parents or. And mrs. Cloyance Zweifel the new glarus fire department and numerous neighbors began searching the Vicinity about three Miles Northwest of Here. Mrs. Ralph Keppler was walking along a Fence line with another searcher about two hours later when she remarked a i wonder where Judy might be a a a in a right Here a piped a in ill voice in the dark. Judy had caught her dress on the barbed wire Fence. When she could t get Loose she apparently took a Nap. She was unharmed. Planet Pound supplies South of this Force the u. S. First marines liberators of Seoul were regrouping and taking on supplies at Dijon Gnu for their next task. Allied warplanes ranged Over North Korea hitting Supply lines and vehicle convoys converging on Pyongyang. B-29s sowed an isolating Chain of bombs Over the big Northeast red Korea sector. With its military might thus arrayed the United nations general Assembly was expected to approve the korean peace plan saturday in new York the plan York ta5 permits u. N. Troops to Cross to unify Korea. In its sweep to Kaeson the first cavalry division advanced quickly from Suwon 20 Miles South of Seoul to a crossing of the North w Little resistance against Only scattered resist life a ebbing shadows koreans setting Sun illuminates an otherwise dark horizon As a medical corpsman administers blood plasma to a seriously wounded american . Aboard a jeep transporting him to a first Aid station. The Soldier was hit during fierce fighting on the to hang front. Nea Acme staff correspondent Stanley Tretick who took this picture suffered a slight shrapnel wound in the same action. Spot missiles on Korea coast by helicopter Washington a a Navy spokesman said that the communist North koreans Are laying mines in korean Waters a on a larger the spokesman said that during the past 24 hours mines continued to harass naval operations off the korean East coast. He said that during this period two floating mines were destroyed and an estimated 15 others were spotted by helicopter. Adm. Forrest p. Sherman j chief of naval operations has said that the mines Are russian made and apparently a new from the three u. S. Vessels have fallen victim recently to floating mines which Are outlawed by the Hague convention of sea warfare. The wooden hued minesweeper Magpie was sunk and two destroyers damaged. La killed. 24 lost in the three incidents la crewmen we Ere killed 17 injured and 24 Are missing of whom 21 were on the Magpie. During the past 24 hours one mine was destroyed by the destroyer Swenson 31 Miles North of the 38th parallel. This mine the spokesman said was a apparently the second was exploded by the destroyer Maddox to Miles farther North. Those spotted by the helicopter in the same area were closer to Shore and a apparently moored a he said. Yankees sweep world series As a Whiz kids Bow 5 to court to decide Speed rail trial by Jack hand a fourth inning Phillies ily after the catch. Yankee stadium. New Ennis a credited with a single popped to Hamner. We Hite Ford when his topped Ball trickled Down three runs none left. Milwaukee a District court will decide monday whether Jay Maeder former Speed rail interurban line president should stand trial on a fourth degree manslaughter charge As a result of a train crash sept. 2 in which to Persona died. A three Day preliminary hear Coleman my in the Case ended before civil judge Myron l. Gordon sitting two hits no errors in District court. 2 h of Seoul to a crossing of 1 �?~7 Vin c v wide inure River 30 Miles four game sweep before 68.098 rolled to West of the capital. Ans r was tie lowest scor stepped on first. That 38 21-Vear-old Rookie Southpaw the third Baseline and rolled fair �?~1u�?~4c _ Maeder was at the Contois of a one of two special double car w Lac until he third base Dag Sis seventh inning Phillies Etc no trains tha. A guided head world series title of air Ler flied to Bauer. Hamner Billy Johnson replaced Brown at on near Here on a stretch of Day with a 5 to j Victory Over bounced a single through Coleman third and Johnny Hopp went to single track. Both trains were the Philadelphia Phillips for a Ennis went to third on the hit. First in place of Mize. Hamner was taking Model Railroad fans on sex Mize who out on strikes. Seminick sent a Cursione. Then threw to towering Fly to Woodling. Collat defense attorneys said Maeder ing series in history. Berra who tagged out the sliding fouled to Hopp. Was guilty Only of a a inadvertence Ennis at the plate to Complete a no runs no hits no errors none rather than a Gross negligence first inning Phillips a double play. Left. I even if he did go through a red Ance. The troopers rolled ten Miles Waitkus walked. Ashburn flied to no runs two hits no errors one seventh inning Yankees Light we Hen his train entered the farther into the key Border City. Woodling. Jones doubled and left. A Ford struck out. Woodling sin track Section where the crash of the reds main invasion thrust a thus stopped at third. Brown fourth inning Yankees led to Center. Woodling was out curved. Came through Kaeson june 25. Fielded Ennis High Bounder just Dimaggio struck out. Mize singled trying to steal Seminick to Collat Maeder has said he had a Whie Kaeson is 92 Miles Southeast of inside the turd bag Cline and threw jnt0 right for the first hit off who made the tag. Rizzuto flied to a go ahead Light when his train Pyongyang. Beira who tagged Waitkus. Sis Konstanty. Brow a skied to Ash Ashburn. W ent onto the Section of single Ler St uck out. Burn in Center. Bauer grounded no runs one hit no errors none track. The conductor of his train shuttle displaced Frankfurt. Germany a Chippewa Falls because he a did no to u. S. High commissioner John j. Like the mice a he continued that Mccloy says some 25,000 Dis a u. S. Fifth air Force spokesman reported Kaeson s capture to a correspondent Hal Boyle. But details of the Swift Advance were not Given. A runs one hit no errors two t0 Jones who threw to Goliat fore left. Ing Mize. First inning i an Keesy runs no errors one eighth also said the Light we As White. Woodling was Safe on Goliath sinning Phillies Caballero a right handed Batter. The cavalrymen were nearly error. Jones threw out Rizzuto. Went in to hit for Konstanty and 2ob Miles Northwest of their Berra hit scoring Woodling Miller fifth inning Phillies struck out. Waitkus bounced to _ his Mother who is 58 permitted placed persons will be moved jumping off place near Taegu in uncorked a wild pitch and Bena Collat struck out. Konstanty sin Hopp. Ashburn flied to Dimaggio. Xii oct. 31 in St. Peter s Square. He the run of the House. He said from 36 former German army the big mid september offensive raced All the Way to third before died to right. Woodling came in no runs no hits no errors none the pontifical mass celebrate by rot out m he air about once Camps to make room for Ameri which crushed the red army in Seminick could retrieve the Ball. For Waitkus Fly to left Center left. Ing the event Wall be held the a month. Can troop reinforcements. The South. Dimaggio doubled to right Field Coleman ran out into Short right eighth inning Yankees following morning in St. Peter s Basilica. Originally it had been planned to hold both ceremonies on nov. I but the split service was deemed necessary because of the vast throng of pilgrims expected to come Here at that time. Pilgrimages arriving today include one from new Jersey headed by msgr. James a. Mcnulty auxiliary Bishop of Newark Issue new demand upon koreans to free military civilian prisoners scoring Berra. Miller was replaced under Ash bump a High pop. Robin Roberts went in to pitch. By Konstanty. Mize grounded out. No runs one hit no errors one Berra lined to Ennis. Dimaggio a Dimaggio moving to third. Goliat grounder bounced off Goliath a threw out Brown. Fifth inning Yankees Chest. Hopp grounded to Hamner to o runs two hits one error Colemar grinder out Jones to who threw to Goliat forcing i one left Waitkus. Ford was out Konstanty Maggio a second. Johnson forced to Waitkus. Woodling singled. Hopp Hamner to Goliat. Rizzuto bunted Down to Waitkus no runs. One hit no errors one left. Second inning Phillies Rizzuto threw out Hamner. Semi. Flushing. N. Y. A the a it is time a limb said in a state ship comprises Australia. Chile. Jct bounced out to Rizzuto. Coli who a ged Bim on Baseline. The United nations general Assembly ment a that the red rulers of what the Netherlands. Pakistan. The at flied to Woodling. A Luns on by no errors one i a 1 left. Sergeant cancels Christmas Date Buffalo. N. Man who marked his selective service questionnaire a do not open until Christmas has changed his mind. Sgt. Richard Hermann 21 sent selective service Headquarters a letter saying a last saturday i received my orders for recall to Active duty with the air Force. You now have my permission to open the pilgrims were greeted by Naples saturday overwhelmingly author is left of North Korea realize that Philippines Thailand and Turkey. No runs no hits no errors. A a Quot Quot a a Ltd a Sprx to a i a a a a it a a a a a Korea issued a new Call upon the the cello ship a nations if their Leader and therefore a highly de Bauer went out on a High pop to a ti�?1_ a hands Are not further bloodied sired member of the commission Hamner. Coleman flied deep to with additional atrocities and mis refused to participate in the group. Sisler. Ford was out on strikes treatment of cites hardship. Suffering. No runs no hits no errors. The City feed wih 7 attentions an eight Power Sposi to Quot to the Quot Estem Reso limb. In a statement generally none if. St re Resolution which Eves Mae a he or ution on came univ from Drc Ustad Atter the vote declared wive Man in Itu mis Ann her com inform Dart that a Tho imn1nmrn?i i ii Iki f Nimmi i sixth inning Phillies ninth Jones singled. Ennis we As hit on his right q y a Al if Phillies Ankie Jones went to second. Sis tout los Momir Bookie Tokes bet while probes meet korean reds to release thousands of military and civilian prisoners. The Assembly approved. 47 to 5 Chicago p a c Iga Iet licenses of a Cigar store Resolution which gives Macarthur across the Street from the u. S. Authorization to pursue the com courthouse was revoked by mayor Monist armies into North Korea Kennel in after a police report that and which Calls for a unified inde the shop was operating As a race pendent handbook. Under a the Chicago Tribune had report Frew tinny de a reporter placed a horse race bet in the store thursday As the u. S. Senate crime investigation committee was meeting in the of be world took this Federal building. Action. Col. Fen c. Limb Jones struck out. Ennis smash1&Quot of a red Ennis Coleman to Riz damaging schools Down the third Baseline bounced Roto Jones to third. Johnson ran Milwaukee a up a nine off Browmi a Glove for an Erro Sisler. Hamner struck from 8 to 13 years old Sisler rapped to Coleman who i be. Johnson scored when admitted to police they have Brok threw to Rizzuto forcing Ennis at doodling dropped Seronick s line in mtg or seven Milwaukee second and the shortstop relayed drive of an Cero it Al ,1 school buildings in the past two the Ball to first to double up Sisler. Seminick. Callas singled. Of a As weeks and damaged property a for Ann her con form part that a the immediate implement. Run Carpri by Alii Reynolds Stan ----------7. A a ners. In a vote identical with that Tion of this Resolution will effect Coleman tossed Konstanty out. No runs no hits one error none p hat the for Robert i Nna a the fun of Ltd which the political committee timely put the ruthless rifled a line single Over left. J. Down Swine info they and fitted dumpin8 Ink in. Sixth inning to Effs Down swinging. Desks and floors tearing up paper sixth lax Ekls two runs two hits one error Jand scattering equipment through the buildings. The youngsters warn of future. As the 60-nation a Tow n meeting Ukraine cast the Only ballots. Abstentions came a Berra hammered a Home run into two Jet the lower right Field stands about negative and rehabilitation of the frightful no runs one hit no errors one 365 feet away. Dimaggio was hit devastation wrought by War will left by a pitched Ball. Mize a grounder 50toil c to ii crush is from Egypt be carried out at third inning Yankees bounced off Waitkus Glove but were turned Over to juvenile authorities. Hammond youth 19 Job for the girls Timmins ont. A mayor historic India. Indonesia. Lebanon Ayria in a separate statement the Woodling flied to Ashburn. Jones Goliat recovered the Ball and threw fore Ltd Saud Arabia and Yugoslavia. Korean foreign minister appealed took Rizzuto s grounder and threw to Waitkus for the out. Dimaggio Hammond ind a a Roger Kenney said the revocation Fol minister of South Korea called the Resolution establishes a for the release of thousands of to Waitkus for the out. Goliat went to second. Brown smashed a o. Leknick. 19, Burnham. Ii was Phil Fay suggested that girls and Lowed an earlier police report. The upon the korean communists a to seven nation in commission a for prisoners a who already have in fielded Berra s grounder threw to triple Over Ash bump a head scoring crushed to death by a falling 50 old men be recruited to hand out store was closed when a police hand Over forthwith All the thou the unification and rehabilitation squad arrived to pick up the ii Sands of South korean and other of Korea we hich will begin fun tenses. I in prisoners they arc holding. I tinning immediately. Its Mem her Der gone such privation and suffer Waitkus for the out. Dimaggio. Sisler made a running Inge at the hands of the North no runs no hits no errors none one handed catch of Bauers Long Koruna left. A liner to left but Brown scored Cas ten locomotive Crane at the Youngstown steel door co. Plant Here. Parking tickets so regular policemen could spend More time curbing major crimes

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