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SECTION III LOCAL NEWS MARKETS THE POST-STANDARD SYRACUSE, N. Y., SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 1952 LOCAL NEWS MARKETS SECTION HI PAGE TWENTY-ONE in aying James Breslin, F Husband, Found Dazed Outdoors q Body Discovered In Blazing Room By Volunteers ; ! Mrs. Marie S. Bros!in was f o u n d dead of s u f f o c a t i o n and hnr husband. James D. Bre?lin. · rscapeel last n i p h t as Liverpool Bn.adway. nne , ' . - . n war d r a m a , f i r e m e n answered a n a l a r m a t AT the POST By Grace Lewis Watch for a rain ol praise and scheduled to open in New York in cnr.graUilations in metropolitan November. publications in a m o n i r or two for a y ounp Syra-; :;ivn, Norman Brooks, who is a b o u t to c h a l k i p what is be- ii;\ert to be an a l l - t i m e record in l h c a t r i cal history. Come fall, 30- y e a r-o!d Norm Norm a n w i K h a v e two plays nn Thn comedy, "Th* Fip Leaf." premiered in t h e Si 71 t h e a t e r in the week ot , / u l y 23, is in now and d u e to open in Chieaen the first week in September. September. Co-author of the comedy, w i t h N o r m a n , is John G e r s t a d . Parties Shaping Early Drives to Insure Victory Debates on Issues % Seen Pattern of Local Campaigns Despite hoi and h u m i d wea- I'mqiic- Fox." Grace Lewis the Mrs. Srilpr ricyc'-iberi Norm's t i n n efforts ai home a?: "He : golf mornings at Onondapa; C o u n t r y C l u b and wrote a f t e r n o o n s ' , , 1 1 · t - j ; and nvcr.irgs. He wo.-kcd scriouslv^er, the voters appear c e s t m e d j en "Fragile Fox," bu 1 . always re-^'-o get no respite .from politics- tarred to "The Fifc Lr-af as " t h a t " t h i s s u m m e r . l comedy I'm writin-r." a p p a r e n t l y ; R c p u b i j c a n s a n c i Democrat!?.' ., _ . ,. . ,, . ,, ~ · . ' a nolcling out l i t t l e hop^s for it." . ,. . , , , ,,-^u Ihp Rr^slin homo, ,13 Oswepo t -omedy. "The Fiq leaf." Both "The Fifi Leaf dre-.v excellent rc: rc: b o t n womccl over loss of high S t . , Liverpool. were w r i t t e n by the vi uns veteran ^-iows from its premiere, and. a c - s l a k e s in ihe N o v . 4 election, _ * t i l _ -- 1-- _ . _ » _ _ .*_ r L_ . ._ . _ . __ l r . ^ 4 . *_ -- _1 . _ _ VA Official Mr. BITS!in is reported tn hr a i f - a n service r e p r c s o n t a t i v e f o r l h e V r t c r n n s A d m i n i s t r a t i o n o f f i c e i n Ihr ('himrs at the home of his p n . c n t s . Mr. and c n r d i n p Lo Mrs. Scilrr. no one wa? a .- c g c t t i n 0 off to nn early M-?. George Scilcr. t ^ l James st. l i r obably norc surprioi-d t h a n Not- , , : . ,1": r a m D H i n n s Norman is tho yo'inp i brother nf : n a n t n a i j t w a s hearieci for the bip * ] h ' ' BTMnK Th V dad^o'r^^ic^ i i g h t s ' Meet Tomorrow Meet Tomorrow Syracuse "Rnpiiblicans notn division of A'.uo J . i i c in Syra- Brooks Mrs. Spile: 1 explained that slaicri tn rrrel lomnrrnw UISP. Their m o t h e r . Daisy ^ A l l r n w hcn P h y l l i s w e n t to Hollywood. n n d C V n n i n 2 * t h e i r he? ' f o r m e r is ecnrra! manager of Ower.-IJ.v- On the last n a m r ; -- Sciirr and rrr afternoon o a d q u a r t e r s the Dor.ison 3v:iidin2 \n map L i v e r p o o l v o l u n t e e r s , w h o wcr r:il!Yi at about 10.-in p m., were s t i l l Sriirr. f n r m n r l y was asi-ocialert w i t h n o : - i a s t n a m e waj changed to p ' M i r i n s w a t r r in:n the t w o - f a m i l y the L i t t l e T h r a l c r rr verr.enl and Brooks because of ti.r p r o n u r . c i a - 1 1 " house at mklnmht, h;it the blaze was a drama critic and lecturer. ,jon O r Seller. K's ptnr.ounced cor- strategy which they hnpe \vill halt v-'.-is u n d e r control at t h a t liir.e. -ectly Cy-ler (as the Cy in C y r u s K ' w h a l t h e y fear may become a Stev,.., Stev,.., , ,,,. ., Y , ,. too o f t e n u s l h e war p l a y , 'Tr.ijMie I-nx, 1 was . sca ] er » r.'-rlh h a l f n[ ihe hi.iur occupied by "'^y Pi-blici/cd^l. i h . _ t i m e of the A p d (m p ^. lv ^ sn ., 5 r f l i s j n f i twn Mr and Mrs. R r e s l i n . r o a l n of Ai'tnr - nn '1 Oar-io-m t h b v n l ] n t , s t r , r S i s a n c j 5 rears old. in Ihr S l rrnc im- -"P''"*- . ' nree WO..-KS opforc ^-^ M.icien. near Bnston. and rish'- n n w ! i n g i n g doorbells f o r her h u s b a n d , . o n T o r b n r l Macdonald. who is soekinp h n w f i r S W M P- Th- f i r p a p p a i T n l l y broke cut in a first, f l o o r l i v ni;- r n n m of t h r . F n - r m r n w r r n -n lhe ,rme m- . hree WO,KS or fore r-.ndu.trly n f u - r i h r v i l l a g o siren sudden d e a t h . O a r f i n - n bo;.sht t h e ' s nhvirvjs '- *TM cnmK to r - i o d i i c f i it t h a i the flanics h a d her .f,, sonm t i m e in t h e hrfnrp thnv had hron nserbv Thrfvirnitii-c was reported 1ri(:a: market, with s - v ^ r a , "anptrte ' " . . . _ . . _ . roporlrrily m u c h i n t e r e s t e d . I t w e n t ( C o n t i n t i p d on rape 35, Column 1) to two y o u n c rrnijurers and is irispronounccd C:lson ;;-cnd. The DcT.ocvaLP. nn t'nn " t h r r h n n d . i-c just as n e r v o u s a n d . p.lthn vo- R l ! y f o n f i d o n i . ai'p busy t r y i n g to an Eisen- HER BODY WAS T H E R E -- A n t h o n v De Biasc shows P a t r o l m a n F r a n k R i l o v where hr discovered · * n u d e body of Mrs. Beatrice Grace D a i n early y e s t e r d a y m o r n i n g when he drove a t r u c k to the rrar of .131 James st. The sarase in the background is usftd by L a m a n n a ' s F l o r i s t , w h e r e Vr. OiBiapr is employed. employed. The bruised and battered body was found with the head rc^tinc near the crating. The woman's lothes were f o u n d scattered i 11 l h e plooiny c o u r t . c . _. , ( f , , . ern b u r n i n g B r n a d w a y ana !iko - h e lead,;;;: roln. D e n i o c . r a t i c n o m j r . P t i o n in ,lhr,t Tne ^ f l lo ^, 1 ''anri h v - n c room W ih G a r f i e l d s d - b i n 'r r P C i l c d i s t r i c l lo r u n (or C on S ] ess. very ^11 rwl on inn way noticed hv a *TM was a hot cako in the ihea- _ _ ,, _ riential candioatos. Gen. A l)l) PLAUDITS tn » -. -----(Continued -----(Continued on Next Pas?.} Ike Seen Thru Eyes of Post-Standard' Sent General as Inspirational Material Krpub'.ican Gen. Ikn c a n d i d a t e s can f h e prcsi- D w i a h t D. lad Eisenhower of New York city, and Gnv. Adlai E. Stevenson of Sprinp- jfio'.d, 111., run in the n a t i o n w i d e vot- ' i n g . SKT PATTKRN A speech before the Syracuse Kiwanis Kiwanis C l u b iast week by A r t h u r B. McGuire, thc Democratic candidate candidate for Congress, in which he answered answered an earlier speech by Rep. R. Walter n i e h J m s n , his GOP op- is ^ir^^rr- irf-r--.::r:'V-^:. ' · p r e s i d e n t i a l shr feels thc same ab'-ut the elec- was R ban-ape nf tclnfirams and 1 f t - «,u ,.,,,', tinn foi-s to Republican leaders in w h i c h : local paucrn ni inc _ i s e n h n A p . s ^ ^ ^^ p ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ m a , c r i a l f r o m The Post- :ndications nf ccoaics on th c issues . r n ' h u s i a s t i c s u p p o r t r r s is Mrs. Vnll a f ^, m n n . p n l s o[ u n a l l o y e d Standard c d i t o r i a i s to plead the before v R r:r.Us; o r e a m z a l i o n s by Re- · p j o l i c a n and Deir.oL'rai'ic ' * a \ v r i i t Anihr L i l l i a n S. Leo n( S2fi O;ik st.. who j n y. At least, it w i l l s^rve to show Ei.^enhowe: 1 cause. ^nt into '.he campaign late, but is you thr forces t h a t aro workinj: in Thc effectiveness nf such srass ynii!- b e h a l f in U p p e i New York roots support was impressed upon i n l l lo ·'' S i a t r . It's R r e a t c a m p a i g n ma- Mrs. Leo by responses f r o m such ; S O £- An a r d r m a H r r . m r nf t h e p o n n r a . . ^.-^ W(1 h o p n y o u may use i t . " men as Gov. Fine of P e n n s y l v a n i a , Mr?, i.re also is u n s t i n t i n g in her M] . s I i f n oxp ; a i ncc i s h c became: who wrote that if it had rot been · r«rMi.r of ih? r d i ! n n ; t l s and a r ' i c l n s a c . j v r in in !n o E i s e n h o w e r campaign for such letters as hers he would rn in h i s behalf by R i c h a r d H. snn| .|| y before thc R e p u b l i c ; i n c o n - . n o t h a v e supported the general. erg. publisher oJ The Post- V c n ! i n r i got l ] n c j c r w n y j n Chicago. Convinced t h a t Ike w i l l " ' d ' . ,, r *· , ^ t Allho moving to a n e w homo a n d ' a l l those who are for him _..-, DeniocraLic c , r , didn tes to discuss the Last wrek Mrs. T.re dispatched a her job as a d r a f t s m a n occupied h a r e between now a n d Nov. 4. Mr? = ; al ^c^jncs 0 ( these variou^ sn-apbnok. " I k e As Seen Thru the most of her time, she felt she must Lee p l a n s to stay in the cam P a 'i [:1 i,! l ' 0 ' U n S " ' Kyrs of The Syracuse Post-Stand- do s o m e t h i n g to help. Thc r e s u l t and do her part. '" urd." to Gon. Eisenhower "to show vou t h e forces t h a t are workic.g in win i f : f r o m local c i v - c Si'oups. luncheon ' _ , . i . . c l u b s and other groups requesting \o-jr bchaH in Upper New York Prepared by Mrs. Shenard S. Kopp. a former Democratic com- i n i t l c e w o m a n , and c h a i r m a n nf volunteers a* the Citizens for Kisenhowcr headquarters before his n o m i n a t i o n , lhe book covers t h c period f r o m Nnv. 4, 1P5I. to lR.-t -Inly 12. w h c n The Post-Sland- nrd editorial asserted: "The n o m i n a t i o n of Gen. Eisenhower Eisenhower and his election in November November will he a symbol o! hnpe for America -hone for clean and hor.- ^st government, hope for f i n a n c i a l s t a b i l i t y and responsibility, hope fnr nn enduring peacn with honor f n r thr U. S. and all the nations nf the world." In a covering letter, Mrs. Lee wrote thc General; "[t ip my belief t h a t thr h a n d of Providence is in your contest for thr presidency of thc U. S. It is also my belief (hat one Power Be- bir.d the Throne lies in our Mr. R i c h a r d H. Amber*:, publisher of The Syracuse Post-Standard. "We arc sending you a scrapbook of his editorials in the hope that you w i l l read t h r u them when you have time and that you may catch the ?inc a p p r e c i a t i o n of yourself which hp has expressed in them. "The book has been made by Mrs. Shepard S. Kopp, a former Demo-; era tic commit tec woman, c h a i r m a n of v o l u n t e e r ? a', headquarters for Citi/.ens for Eisenhower committee, before your n o m i n a t i o n . "Hrr gay. e n t h u s i a s t i c and convincing convincing response from headquarters headquarters was, at all times, most refreshing refreshing nnd reassuring. She was sure you would win the nomination and ASK NOTICE ·» Mr. Kogan said IVlr. McGuire and u t h p r candidates are available for such appearances, bat that the caa- (Continued on Next Papc) Couple Wed In December- Boy Nil by Car May Romance In Front of Home Culminating a "Dec ember-May romance romance Philctus L, Miller, president Wesley Case. Jr.. 3, Bridgeport, of the Empire Wallpaper Paint a p p a r e n t l y escaped serious i n j u r y Co. and Miss Veronica Brzezinski by a car i n f r o n t of n j s home. ;of 539 R i c h m o n d 3 v P exchanged Tro F r a n k L u r o c k i w n o i n _ wedding vows yesterday morning ^ in St. Patrick's Churrn. Oneida. vestigated, said the youngster wns i Thc m a r r i a g e was performed by struck by a car d r i v e n by Bobcrt \he Rev. Thomas H. Q u i n n . f r i e n d C u m m i n f f s . 29, K i r k v i l l c . RD 1. of thc couple, bcfoi-a members nf His i n v c s L igalion indicated t h e ; MiPsBrzczinskfs f a m i l y and several boy w e n t across t n c road w i t n n i s - f r i e n d s of Mr. Miller a widower. m o t h e r to Ret t h e m a i l f r o m the The couple wns a't-rdcd by Miss m a ;j box ^ they rcache d the m a i l fT; Gertrude Bergctt, =Jster nt lhe box _ Mrs Case lct go of ner sons bride, and Eoward S Rosivach, an h a n d anri lne c h i l d ran back acro , · f f i c i a l of the Empire concern. _ t h e roadi and was s t r u c k by the Acquaintances of Miss Brzezinski Cummings car ·aid that her friendship with Mr. Exam i ned by a Minoa doctor lhe tfiJler began at Schrbflts where she boy a p p a r e n ti y suffered only body was employee as a hostess. bruises. Following their 'rr-arriage, the ' : couple left Hancock ffiold by plane RETURN ON CARRIER ENTRANCE TO DEATH SITE.--A passer-by marks the drivWay which leads to a small court at Ihe rear of Block's Cut Rate store, 131 James si, where Airs. Beatrice Grace Dain was slain in a savage attack early yesterday. Liverpool Bus Plea Rejected Mrs. Dain, 54, Brutally Beaten; Clues Meager Police Attempt To Trace Bottle Found at Scene Police searched yesterday for I two mm who may be responsible responsible for the brutal killing of Mrs. Beatrice Grace Dain. 54, of 1711 E Fayctto si... whose battered battered body was found in a brick-paved court about 7 a. m. at trjc rear of 131 James st. Investigators a s s e r t e worna;- was .seen between 10 and 10.30 p. m. Friday s i t t i Ion .steps a block away with the two ir.cn. Found by Employe But detoclivrs had nnly meager clues t n work w i i h : A half pir.t h n r t l r of w.nr. a broken hairpin. a brick and c l o t h i n s \vorn ihp \voir.nn before ."he was stripped. .Mrs. Dain'? bony was found by A n l h n n v DiBiasc. 622 J a m p nvr., when hr drnvp i n t o a driveway driveway hot wren Block's Cut Rate Slnrr?. '31 .lames =[.. and the New York State Employment Service, 141 .lamps sC and went to the rear cnurl. Mr. DiBiHsr, employed by Lamarr.a's FloriM. one door a way from the employment agency, was reporting to work. He p.'id he saw the form on the Around near a p r a t i n g and at though! it was a man. Dcte-'livcs saiii the woman appeared appeared brutally beaten. Some of her cloLhcs wcr** 'ound near cellar winrinv. s below ihe grading. A sweat f i was snolied in a ramshackle ramshackle bin at one end of the court. Her false tccUi wore lyins in Ihe drivewny, severs! feel awsy. Mrs. Rain's pockctbook was at the corner corner of 'he building where the driveway driveway li.rns to become the court. Coi-oner Harry ] Jw Gilmore issued a verdict of homicide. His o f f i c reported the woman died of a crushed chest, concussion and probable probable suffocation. A heavy instrument. instrument. possibly one of the broken bricks found at the scene, may have been used to beat her. There was 'evidence of knoc pressure on her Behest ;-.nd indications that she had been clicked. Tho woman was also ;said tn have been raood. ; Acting Del. Florin Marsello was attempting to trace the purchaser of a half emptied wine bottle found at the se"ne. A broken h a i r p i n was found the entrance of the long driveway I but K was the only clue found that I indicated a struggle before the rear was reached. District Attorney Jesse Cantor set the time of the woman's death about 'hree hours before her body was discovered at 6.5.5 a. m. in the i d a n k court d u r i n g a drizzling , - , cordm;; to some investigators at the for New York city. On their return. Radarman 3/c Donald G. Wohige- they will make their home at the muih, sen of Mr. and Mrs, Albert Skyline Apartments. L. Wohigemuth of 736 Livingston! W r e searching for two men COURSES HAVE DAUGHTER ave., and William J. Paeton, fireman' apprentice, sen of Mr. and Mrs. 1 The Public Service Commission The eerie setting in the early morn- ·yesterday rejected z proposal sub- ir * Darkness appeared like a Holly. milled by a R roup of Liverpool rcsi- :wood vcrsion ° f a m u r d c r sitc ac dents that the Syracuse Transit Corp. extend its rail!.: by about 1-1- A check of Mrs. Dain's pur^e miles in the village of Liverpool. turned up only a claim check with ; Submitted to the commission by'jj m . R "" s " ame R n d address writirn j M n l v i n and Mclvin, 'oca! attorneys' police aurstioned ^^ 01 Jon behalf of the complainants, the said he met Mrs.'Dain on a ' b proposal urged that thc present 5.7- recently when returning from mile route, which now enters Livcr: Livcr: ? ylvar Bcacn an d wrote his nam« 101* Y 1 c r pool by way of Oswcgc and Third. P a ; r r i \ m a n Ch(? , ter PIatkowgk , ,sts. with a loop at Hickory and who checked thc drive and court at Third, be extended Jjy leaving 1.15 a. m., while walking his beat, HOMICIDE VICTIM-Mrs. Bea- !° £we ^ sl - ^ Tulip st. and continue ^porlcd the body was not there |by Tulip to Sixth, tc Hickory and ^ j u ^ olec ' llv cs said Mr. and route nov," terminates floral shop at 4.30 a. m. The side After an inspector survey, the door to tne store, opening near the rejected the plan be-!, r TM*u f lhe _, dri veway, a few feet * i ^ H4~i mA · » -- · * * ^._ . _ _ _ J _ - _ _ _ j * was open, but .-d' .·^··:-.' : ;.; trice Grace Dain, M, who was found beaten, to death early yesterday yesterday morning in a courFTrt-the rear of 131 James st. Police seen with t e Spt and Mr S . Barbara Course are Louis Paeion"of 324 Craig «t. have -number ot houses on the streets m-\ny^rt^* ^ didn ' 1 he " parents of a girl b o r n - i n the U. S. relurnec i lo t h e U. S. aboard the Richard D. White, radarman 3/c T !voivcd" anri the" distance from the! HAM OF PROVIDENCE.--Mrs. L i l l i a n S. Lee. who sees the hand of Providence in Gen. Eisenhower's contest for t h e presidency, holds the "Ike' 1 scrapbook she's sending to the general to show him the forces that are working in his behalf in Upper New York Slate. . W I , 1 Naval Hospital Newport. R. I aircraft carricr USS Saipan from USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. August mid-point of thc proposed loop was' lhp fn,,r Course, who is serving at the Mathe Mathe B r i t j s h Isles and Cuba ; y c. White of 211 Pharis 5t. arc aboard about 800 feet, "not considered -as Lilt "i Mrs. Dain repor frequented in the rine Barracks, Naval T r a i n i n g Station, Station, Newport, is the son of Mr. and block of James st. Patrolman Piat-' the USS Lowry, destroyer, which is being an excessive wslK t a b u s scrv- £'",,.,," ' u n u on its way home after circling the .ice." k o w s k l Said a11 tncse SERVING ON DESTROYER '.-. Rocco Course of 311 W. Pleas- Edwin G.-Keith, machinist's mate;c,lobe and taking part in combat in| Operational costs vere another, ant ave. · 3/c, USN, of HI Nelson, st, and t Korean M'aters. jfactor given lor the rejection. were closed at 1 a. m. yesterday. Police were (Continued on Next Pare)

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