Press and Sun-Bulletin from Binghamton, New York on July 29, 1954 · Page 4
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Press and Sun-Bulletin from Binghamton, New York · Page 4

Binghamton, New York
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Thursday, July 29, 1954
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4 BINGHAMTON Thurs., July 29, 1H54 J'mmI Onlv iis 1Hiif ion fVmVr In II ill Yon rs Wrona Only 7 Times Pa. Town Gels lis Rain-As Usual on 29lh of July U. S. Will Move All Ellis Island Immigration Facilities to Manhattan New Vork--iU R' TIip Rovcrn-grrcn roofs can house up lo l.snO'movinR day for Philip Forman.l Darin Bailor's lone stav hls'rarv nnst Wnr (ho immtm-aimn Kn!lc. ,m ,.v,!- n -..I.. nipnl is niilllnc nt stakes oni nersnns. the number of flptenl ion u hn hsw hn chinf Holonl inn Amm-innn mir. ii,, ...uu i i , i ' . . ". 1 . 1 "rtu,,n. Ellis Island. The tamous Immi gration center where the great and humhle have had their first and sometimes last glimpse of America will he moved into Waynesburc, Pa. T) It rained in Vaynesbur Mann8Uan- tenn.firtt .Inlw mil Immigration oft lc la 18 an of the last 78 on which rain has been recorded. ' ZtTZ'S The falling drops sprinkled joy on the "rain crew i0f their facilities off the historic vhich. clad In hip boots andj" " r !30-acre island in the next sev- .iinbr. h wi ciJif ,..,... v. An,n v,,,. j Jeral months. The move must be on: persons, the number of detention cases now hovers around 325. The majority are always deportees, j Edward J. Shaufjhnessy, District Director of the U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, who lives on the island him- self, said the government can who has been chief officer for 24 years Shaughnessy and their families on the island peak ypar wai are the only 'voluntary dents of Ellis Island. neienuon American wile came lo live with J station opened in 1802. It isi The fctatinn' He ana mm and their child was born actually three separate island ion7 u-imn i -r na joined, fittingly, by deposits of passed throiich.' resi- for the Promised :.ed they're out of business B Clr. . .... tor years liils isianu was uie gateway of hope and opportunity for millions of immigrants. In the heyday of the "melting pot" tradition, around the turn of the 12.01 a. m. precipitation. Promised, that is by unofficial weather prophet, u . John Daily who now becomes a IUIV glUTS IrVl Kentucky colonel. The tradition goes back to Jl7W7Hl 'WagC loi7, and it has tailed to rain on July 29 only seven times since then. Today's rain also cheered Forman recalled today that his longest tenant was German-born L' D . . I. . save .tHfinnnil tn SOiM nild vnar : L " "l na"1'- "l"- "1 hv mnvinn nrt nnere it. fl.itnn- five 0" ,ne fighting case. He finally lost his Bauer had been naturalized as was home.lar quota Immigrants now are in servant in a spected aboard ships or at air- Tokyo- (VW-A pair of very ef-, (nations there in a single day. farmers near this Southwestern ricienl Japanese burglars must Del In recent years Ellis Island Pennsylvania community, w hose .wondering todav if ail their nlan- has been used only as a deten crops have been dry since last'ning was worth It iUon station for incoming aliens Friday. j m. t . , .' , . , whose cases require checking or Attorney Dailv put ud hi, title L V for Previously-admitted persons IffiL, "L?"P -A-u"!ida.viht. ft" carefully cutting: who have broken the rules and ,i 7 '"VP"0 kin cer- are awaiting deportation. Regu f'r , j "'" tain only the servant fered by BUI Corum, sports, Th i.lh ,h .Vnri,,.a"d Prefdent M Church-'ci0Set and ransacked the house.lports w ,u , w 0ium- ni AH they found was 900 yen (a; Though Ellis Island's 27 stone snH kP, k trad't'ons, records i little more than $2.) and brick buildings with pale rain. Sometimes, Daily confesses, the rain hasn't been much more than a heavy dew, but it was always enough to keep the tradition alive. He has won several hats on the point, and now has so many he doesn't bet 'em anymore. The chief rain prophet got a froup of his friends to take turns on the "rain crew." An official explained: "Ae few years ago it rained during the early morning hours or we heard a few droys fell and no one was on hand to officially record it. So, we're not taking any chances now." The "rain crew" was prepared to stay on the job until midnight tlon station more efficiently. Shaughnessy said new detention quarters probably will be set up In the Immigration Serv- an American citizen but returned ice Manhattan headquarters. De- to Germany and entered Hitler's taincd aliens in the future will army in 1938. In 1941 he redo their waiting in a 12-story of-iturned to America and served flee building, most likely in space! three years In the U. S. Army, soon to be vacated by the U. S.Ule was arrested for deportation Atomic Energy Commission. Jin 1945 on the ground he had On VlltS Vclan4 Ihn Vt'ochinrT. ! rnt-fnitn V. 1 ! i ....... U : 1 eenturv. a manv 5 (100 would " :;..'".'"" l",lnl5l"P Fn" be whisked through brief evam-l1 """"""cement also meant listing in the German Army, GULDEfUS Musterd ioiwrmte. BROWthr YELLOW Your turn tattc all that mattef. Brown or Yellow, It't Gulden' that give flavor like no other nu tard can. Alway , -Gulden'." Most aliens visit the island for' shorter periods. Opera singer l.uo Pinza was detained there for 11 weeks in 1942 as a citizen of an enemy country. His V. S. citizenship was still pending when war broke out with his native Italy. Ellis Island employes sometimes turn autograph collectors. In 1941 they swarmed around silent screen vamp Poll Negri when she arrived in this country with improper travel papers and had to spend four hours on p: 1 1 j s Island getting them straightened, out. Ellis Island had been a mill- Immediale Installations FURNACES OIL HEAT 4kJ -CONVERSION BURNERS Enieas GAS HOT WATER HEATERS I HEAI MA f LIEBERMAN IVM 128-130 Clinton St.. 2-0309 AIK CONDITIONING SHEET METAL IVORS 5T ':'iT'S:' ms' '-'ma'-ym'vmsmsMS'pm-' 2 MEAT DEPT. 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