St. Louis Globe-Democrat from St. Louis, Missouri on May 8, 1947 · 7
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Fred Koenig. who was con-h 1 Changes Tory In r,, Vieted of dealing in black market whisky in 1944. will be cut off the . 1:1ay roll as chief 'deputy clerk of the Circuit Court for Criminal - Vz Causes May 15. whether a bill nunherly Case which would permit him to - con- V , u L4...., tinue in the office is passed or - 1 ' rot, Clerk Anton Schuler, his em- New light is expected to be shed 1114.,Ittetty i ployer, said last night at Jeffer- i on the case of Sheriff John F. -Ir-.t. '' mon City. - . I Dougherty, provided with an alibi .-,., -4 Schuler told three members of for charges of feloniously leaving 1 ',t---;1-1 the State Senate's Fees and Sala- the scene of an accident by a cab , ries Committee that after May 15 . driver who changed his story aft- .74;1;' 1 he would appoint . a successor to I er five months had elapsed, in Koenig as soon as a suitable one the renewed investigation by the 1,-14-' could be found. - 'Circuit Court grand jury, the Cir-- v,.:-... . cuit Attorneys office disclosed eLlte wairode Swelling for gown. Rowdy Sor Instant use-, SPAS IllfrOOT brines bieesed ilmagort to poistaloore bootost alryfeetAskyour :t axial, for Trial P.ck with big Guarantee. 1 Cracks? Blisters? Itching? "0111110C1C"g0 ! Earn a'601tellifill EOLUMITIA EDERALISAIIRIMAI LOAN AUK 1003 PINECH-1134,90 SttIosephin ASPIRIN ST LI - 01411.-Y 104 Here Is aspirin at its best! None better or faster for headache relief. 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Try It! If not completely satisfied !with the results after 10 days, send itha tnpty carton to the'Kellogg Company. Battle Creek, Michigan, I d get doubts your motley back! ,. ALL-BRAN is not a purgative but fooldwboissome food made from the outer layers of wheat. For best sasulta oat daily either as a cereal, r In muffin& Get KELLOGG'S PALL-BRAN at your grocer's today. - ' - 4 . . 1 atirliAL vara. ' - TO PROSECUTE While declining to comment on whether the new version had been given him by Sneed, a state's witness, First Assistant- Circuit Attorney Clyde 41. Snider asserted that he would proceed to prosecute on the leaving-the-scene charges.. 1"Perhaps---we can throw some new light on this entire new situation in a few days," Snider said. - - Meanwhile, armed with the new alibi, Dewey S. Godfrey, Dougherty's attorney, said that when the Sheriff is arraigned Monday in Circuit 'Court at St. Charles, where the case was transferred on a change of venue, he will seek an early and speedy trial. The' renewed inquiry into the case against the. Sheriff. growing out of an accident last Dec. 15 when his car struck a taxicab and injured the cab driver and t his passenger, began after it was I reported that James J. Sneed, the !driver, had changed his story that Dougherty had left the scene. The. new version has Dougherty ' stopping to give Sneed his per, ,sonal card. - - TO PROSECUTE "I ant not surprised over the new developments," Godfrey said. "Sheriff 'Dougherty has said all along.. and will say at the trial. that he stopped, gave his personal card to Sneed and told him he would see him later about the damage." TO SEEK DISMISSAL When asked how long he had known about the alibi. which Sneed had "forgotten" for five months, Godfrey merely laughed and said "That would be violating a client's confidence'. Godfrey also -said that he will seek dismissal of ouster proceedings brought against the Sheriff by the Oircuit Attorneys office when Dougherty appears today in Circuit Judge Joseph J. Ward's court in answer to a show-cause order. - ' . Dismissal of the proceedings, irowing out of alleged violation of the anti-nepotism section of the state Constitution through 'appointment of a niece by marriage to-a deputy's post In Dougherty's office, will be sought, Godfrey said, on the grounds that the circuit Judges appoint deputies, while Dougherty merely recommends them. - County Man Ordered Deported From Peru Special to Globe-Democrat nom New York Timm copright. LIMA, PERU, May 7.--An order -for expulsion of Erich E. Lotto. an American citizen, as an undesirable foreigner. has been issued here.- Lotto, who lives in Normandy. St. Louis County, has been visiting Peru on commercial trips for live years, and recently has been claiming he represented a firm disposing of surplus war material Be returned to Peru three or four months ago, and officials said he claimed he represented New'Yorlt-capitalists, mentioning the du Pont and Rockefeller interests, who were prepared to invest $400,000,000 in the industrial development of this country. Preparing to return to the United States recently, he wrote the Peruvian President that he had been approached by an unknown intermediary who had offered. in the name of influential Peruvians. to put his deals through for a $2.500,000 bribe. Police in 1 yor mi, ,, ',hog ,, .I 2 j mit, bo id, ,,,,. . its , ftic , 1 ,,,, ' L ,,,f,,,., 1 New light is expected to be shed K14017 I on the case of Sheriff John F. 1Dougherty, provided with an alibi 4 ,(--, ' -3'''''' -4 for charges charges of feloniously leaving 1 -----A-4-'1' the scene of an accident by a cab .driver who changed his story aft- .4, .4'''';' - smy I Cr five months had elapsed, in the renewed investigation by the -'Circuit Court grand jury, the Cir- -I''''',..-., 4 4, cuit Attorneys office disclosed yesterday. - 1 ,i''''.4,. ak ., -----naiaaeeaem.et. ' ,:-''' , , t L.......a.:a . - ...-- ,' ' N-------ez . 'N........1 .. . . N - ' , ABOUT 8000 ATTENDED the opening of the Southern Baptist Convention in Kiel Auditorium Convention Hall yesterday. Meetings are to continue through Scrturday. At the moment the crowds had heads bowed in prayer. ! , 'IGlobe-Democrat Photo -Professor Swallows Radioactive Iodine for. , Washington U. Test , A Washington University scientist who volunteered as a human ,"guinea pig" and swallowed some radioactive Iodine to aid in the demon' stration of -a Geiger counter, which locates radioactive matter, went his usual rounds of the university yesterday, apparently suffering. no ill effects. - , - Robert N. Varney, associate professor of physics, swallowed a portion of the iodine before 140 persons Tuesday night during a dinner'at the University Club given by Chancellor -Arthur H. Compton to the 'Sustaining Association of Washington University, which has -contributed funds for research projects. Varney's body was tested by the counter before he gulped the potion, but there was no response. After he swallowed the iodine the counter reacted immediately, tracing the iodine down to his thyroid gland. IAN OTARION HEARING AID Rental will be applied a purchase prise and tall eredit given tot rental paid. COME IN OR PHONE CI. 1321 FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION OR r MAIL COUPON --" 7 i OTAR1011 of ST, LOUIS . I 719 CHEMICAL BLDG., 721 OLIVE I Pleas send: me full Intarinatlea sheet. I Otarisa Singispask la 'Magnesium Case.. . - LOVE YOU" WITH FLOWERS . vestigation followed, with Lotto's detention in Lima, and the leading hotel requested his expulsion for nonpayment of bills. He will be deported on the first steamer. Lotto, a consulting engineer, resides at 8767 Trumbell ave., Normandy. , His wife told the Globe-Democrat last night that he had intended to leave for St. Louis Mar; 29, but had been asked by the Peruvian Government to remain pending clearing up of the difficulties. I 1 1,11AS1-1 MACIIII1E WRINGER - ROLLS I pfitillirs, IBrio, t ur old Ports WASH MACHINE CO giig GRAVOIS (IS) 'Acids 6265 fat Clitypurs) Ooes 9 A- M. to 6 P. M. non, News ; Address city' 'Zone : I Li a;Q.:p zmtimfma i . Mother's Day Is ore day In the year when Mothers universally - '1,-i , - appreciate Lowers. For in no other way can love, gratitude and 14 - senEment be so adequately expressed than through this delightful . K medium. Call your florist today. Choose from his complete selection 311, -,.. .' of assorted flowers and potted plants for Mothers Day. Don.t forget 1., -t to send .flowers to the Mother of your children, too.. ,-,.- . . - - k, . ., . - , SEND FLOWERS BY WIRE L--- , - .s. i 1 LON . la . :INEAR A CARNATION IN YOUR LAPEL TO HONOR YOUR MOTHER E: "For Mothers Liting, flowers bright; for Mother's memory, flowers white." V ,-, tiortimr.77:-.77-7.,f7m.. z:Ts---rsznsm-7.,-,rn-,zr!,7774.r.41'"77177,1".M. t 14... ' ' . ARIS ,t41,,,.s, .441 .,7r, T Students to Get U. S. Flags for Walking Out on Red Lecture WASHINGTON. May 7 (AY). Congressmen said today they would give American flags to four students who marched out of Western High School here in protest against a lecture which Rep 4 THE FRIENDLY FLORISTI' Funeral Sprays from Funeral Baskets from $5 ' Delmar Al Skinkse CA. 7100 1 OPEN LETTER , from J. FRANK NORRIS to LOUIE,. NEWTON Presiciont of Southern Baptist Convontion ON COMMUNISM Dr. Louis D. Newton, , 1 President, Southern Baptist Convention, St. Louis, Mo. '1 Dear Mr. Newtons In. as much as motion was made in yesterday afternoon's meeting. that you and 1 discuss the issues concerning Soviet Russia, and in as much as you have announced that you are going to speak on Russia again this morning for the Convention-,...you have already apoken three times here in St. Louis On Russiatherefore, I am submitting to you the following questions that are vital in this great crisis of America and the world: - 1. In all your discussions herewhy have you not -said one single word in defense of President Trunian's Greek.Turk aid to stop Communism? 2. You said yesterday afternoon that United States can work with Soviet Russia. How do you explain ,Secretary of State George Marshall's address de. claring the opposite view, namely, that we can not agree, or work with Russia? 3. In all your writings, and talks about Russia why have you not sudden word to the Baptists assembled here in St. Louis condemning the atheistic. communistic tyranny of Joe Stalin and his Polit Bureau of fellow-gangsters? 4. 11 you are oppoeed to Communism, why did headquarters of Commun. has in Chicago and New York endorse, publish and send broadcasts their endorsement of your appeasement plea for Moscow! 5. In Time Magazine of August 16, 1946, in your interview concerning Soviet Russia, you are quoted as "Primming with enthusiasm for what you had seen and bees told.' In view of Secretary of State Marshall's address last week on how Russia has blocked the peace. and aims to bring about world chaos, are you still "brimming with enthusiasm for Soviet Russia?" z I 6. (a) You stated in Time Magazine of the same date: "The Baptists stand for the same thing as the Russian Governmentrenouncement of, and resistance to, coercion in matters of belief." (b) "Religiously, we should regard Russia as our great ally." Do you still hold this sympathetic attitude toward Moscow? 7. On February 22, 1947. the Associated Press published report of a 16- member committee of prominent church men, advocating the appeasement ' program with Russia, and with 15 others it is signed "Dr. Louis D. Newton, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, Atlanta." ; Do you still hold that same attitude of appeasement with Russia? 8. The American Russian Institute. 58 Park Avenue; New York IC N. Y., the Communistic headquarters of Moscow in America, sponsored your - endorsement of Moscow l with the title, "An American Churchman in the Soviet Union." I Do you think the president of Southern Baptist.Convention sshould be sponsored by this Communistic headquarters! 9. On April 7, this year, the United Press published '"an assault on Pres!. I dent Truman's plan to bolster Greece and Turkey against Communism, ! and this assault signed by 200 clergymen from 30 states. This is the crowd you associate with and endorse. Do you still hold to the view of these 200 clergymen, and are you In sympathy with tills assault on President Truman? , - 10. On January 20, 1947, you have to the Atlanta Journal a letter from the head of the propaganda department of Moscow, one V. Kemenov-presi. dent of the U.S.S.R. Society for Cultural Relations,. you gave to the Atlanta-7- journal how that you were thanked by Moscow for your defense of Moscow. Do you still accept and enjoy the commendation of the head of the ale., partment of propaganda in Moscow? , 11. Quoting you from Time Magazine of August 26, 1946, you give an account of your personal visit and conversation with Joe Stalin and that you gave him personally a Bible with an inscription "From one Ctorgian to another Georgian." ; . - Did you actually have this ratting. with Joe Stalin? (Dr. Ralph Sock. an of New York City one of your fellow.havelers to Moscow, says you did ' not see Stalin nor any of your party.) , , 12. You said in your published statement upon your return from Russia that there was religious freedom. Is it not a fact that all church properties are Owned and controlled by the - Soviet Government? How then can there be religious freedom? ' - 11. Are the ministers of religion In Russia permitted to criticize the goy. ernment? If not, how can there be religious freedom? ; - 14. Is It not a fact that the Secret Police are in every religion. service to check on and report on all that is said and done? How the can there be. religious freedom? , , 15. There are four well-known Eat-vials minister': attending title tenets. tion and Latvia is a part of Russia and they report that their churches are confiscated, members of their familybrother and father, were murdered and others sent into Siberia. Then how can you claim there is religious freedom in Russia? - 16. You state: "The future of religion h as bright In Russia at anywhere t Ja the world." In view of the recent exposure of the spy-ring in Canada where tea Russian spies were convicted and sent to prison. and this spy-ring reached into the United Stateshow can you say that the future of religion .1 is height in Russia? 17. Is not your campaign for "better relations with Russia." au appease. mem program with Southern Baptists. more hurtful to the cause of freedom , than Henry Wallace's campaign in the political world for appeasement! 1 am giving this letter and questions to the press.- ; t Yours very truly, , 1 J. Frank Norris i . Stotler Hotel. St. Louis, Mo. ' May 7, 1947 , Dakota, termed "pro-Soviet." Mundt announced ; that the House Committee on Un-American Activities is looking into- the talk which was given yesterday by Mrs. Aleksandra Pavlovna Lewis, Russian-born wife of a former code clerk in the American 'Embassy in Moscow. )40:111:6 S00:1! 171.TITED STATER pEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, wicAormtryultzAuDsts for 24 hours ending at 7, u p. in., central time. ILLY 7. 1947. 1', , , I I 3 resentative Mundt (Rep.), South Dakota, termed "pro-Soviet." Mundt announced ; that the House Committee on Un-American I Activities is looking int& the talk II which was given yesterday by Mrs. 1 Aleksandra Pavlovna Lewis, Russian-born wife of a former code I clerk in the American Embassy 11 in Moscow. 1 Allipttiof Anil I II I I I , t -' Weather Reports From g, 4 Ot Fel' Cities y , Temperature. STATIONS. j ! High. Low. Freely. i t At .,."-Al I lanta. Gs. '-- i''''' , 0 157 .. ... ,,,, 8 .... ,, A 1 Bismarck, N. D. ,, 1 , 6 .i. .09 ' ' ' 1 B1" Mau. 41 4o 64 ' o..., .06 Chicago, Il . Cincinnati. Ohio . ,,,,'"', hi 4. 18 5 .25 1 I Columbia, Mo. . ,' '; 2 39 - Denver. enver. Colo. ' , , 2 40 ..... ' Des Moines. Ia. 47 , to0,. - 35 ... - .. 4 1-'41 Detroit. Mich. 1 r't 34 .05 g Edmonton, Alta. , 9 6: ' 38 ..... It , El Paso. Tex. 4 I 1 92 66 ....., ..'.. , " I Fort Worth, Tel. ,, ,, 74 62, ,..0 . ' ' - ' ...,,k Galveston. TeL 1 ,r, 83 7 ' 2 Ai ... ' 1 ilnHavre., Mont. ., t 1 . 7() n s ' . . . . D. f. 61 29 . .. . 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S.1:',,475,000.:iLroof0iig,:',.:r-rOi.ii-0.6.-:,$-06.:.!:i- By a Globe-Democrat Staff Writer: Administration of the training ,school for boys at Boonville and JEFFERSON CITY, '1104: May 7.A plan ' for niodernizingt the the physical plant there came In' three state training schools for for sharp criticism from the ,com.;" delinquent children, with stress thee. The operation - of the on rehabilitation rather than training school for girls at Cbil-'1 - punishthent was submitted today licothe and the institution for New by a special Senate committee go girls at Tipton was found to,. which recommended a $1,675,000 be satisfactory. building program to provide prop- - I er facilities at the institutions Leaders of the Housesoand Sen- LAKE MUSIC CO NEENENENEE ate have agreed- to back this , 1 , building program- along with the PIANO TUNING & REPAIRING $5,620,000 for construction recom- , mended by a special House corn- A' MillE0IIED SPINME mittee for the state's antiquated. (M.d. eel. Vs.. 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"Unblock" your 7; ' 1 4 f.;,,- , Intestinal tract for real relief from indigeetion. or the anti-nepotism section of the President of Southern Baptist Convention - I so '114APEIVk WEEK plus san- ' state Constitution through 'tip- , - , . - 117, , 3 , I vestigation followed, with Lotto , , - tory container. tewegoted perused- - , - --- pointment of a niece by marriage , ituu Dr A el Aur to -a deputy's post in Dougherty's detention in Lima, and the lead- . : mi so li:aiapersi Avrice.o.week delis- , , . . , . . . .. , ON -COMMUNISM. - --,,, I -t- wishtnt:--atY"- 1 '' ' - - ' ' - i, : '- -- -, - -- , office, will be sought, Godfrey ing hotel requested his expulsion ' ! , . ,, , " . , !Ili 1. .rY,i..-1AfuyofeullisSh'ila.47,,piAenW!' . s' 111! iSttliuc shmlay budesivlitthfoarlitt,e0oidctibvoedyyo: . - . ' I UL. il'OL said. on the grounds that the for nonpayment of bills. - He will ; 1 iiii . , I ' $1t5furn4 I week '! - ! . and 8-inch 'wheels with rubber .:::flitigresturts-e:1:a' 1- lill.1 -1';I:11.. .:-, --'-- - 1 r.. : '. ' Orcult Judges appoint deputies, ' be deported on the first steamer. ' 1 -- -- - , I : . scot ,-.,,,cry6,2: 62'; onst ph'e,' , I I . ---.:3 2 inches long,- 212 inches deep; . ,,. -. , . I - --' ---' - TO ILAXATIVrS? -. while Dougherty merely recom- . , Lotto, a consulting engin - ' eer, 1 : ' I resides at 8767 Trumbell ave., , I ' ' n i 1 . 14 inches wide. Has Vshaped steering handle. . . l. . - - , , . Normandy. , His wife told the ' ,,',.--," . 7,4N.--s,, 1 ' -; ' ,---- -----.',-- -: , . - I , 1)56-1:611 !I9 5251 i - ' ToyP--Foliri- b Floor '. ' . i . . g Globe-Democrat last night ., that ' 1 s ,:- , :-: .-- - , ,. -,1. . ' Woman Gets Grand Remits , , ' , . cired - County Man Ordered he had intended to leave for St. Eating Famons Breakfut Louis Mar, 29, but had been asked ; ,;,7 i .',' ' : ..-. .-,- : f z -', ,'-1: l' . , 4:7' .1.4.,,nc., '47, va 1 ----. , .. . . . , , .. All NM Mil 1,0111 MK MI ITS NO Ilk 1 . . . by . the Peruvian Government to i , , , 1.......2.:.............. ' . ' Z ' one : t one word to the Baptiste assembled here in St. Louis condemning the c REPAIR atheistic. ' - . - ., ,, remain pending clearing up of the -, - , , , . , ,., . , . - ., , . 4,-,- , difficulties. I , Have you despaired of ever being Deported From Peru . , ,,-,,,,,,,,:,. .........., ,,..,,,.,...c,.,,, ,, ,,. . , ., . . ' ' .- , lipi A s ti pincilinE, , . , . i . , "regular" again? Then read this , i , . , , , sincere, imsolidted letter: : snecisi to Globe-Democrat nom II d Itili :,, ,- -', - . )-,, - -- . 1 ,, . ' - '1 bad to take laxa - tiv all the time New York Time e s. , ,,f ' " -,. - ' - r . -I, ', - -- e, ' - , 4 - - : - 1 - -e' -- ' ., - . '1-, I i t 1--. - - . , - - . . , - couldn't seem to live without it. One day, CI:Ty-light 1,S47 ' - t WRINGER , ROLLS . e.".N44b.i..4::.4-'1s. Y--,:-. ...,;--- - .,,.. , , , 1 t ',. I 1. . - mi Year. ago, 1 decided to try Kellogg's L.IMA., PERU, May 7.--An or- ' Brief Tour old Ports PIIEITS it.. 4111v4,.. -- ,.. '',......, 1 ,-- '-'. r ,,,0"-- , i ALL-BRAN, and was amazed at the reoults. der - for expulsion of Erich E.: . :, A --- ,, , f t--- , 1; ii- 1 " 1 .' t ., , . 1 '" eld ,. ALL-BRAN la always ow my breakiamt Mesita, , dle., to my. ,, ,,,, Imre,. con, Lott,o, an American citizen, as an ' , : - I i---?' ,.- - -..6-14.01": -,41 mow end. nee --' -- A f WASH MACHINE Prs1 CO.. -:,4. :- ' r.,-,;'..-S.,;,..:',..7:77,,;;,.) isc.:,...., t n,,, ' I ep!). . i - , - ,- . I - . , , 1 . -- stipated. 1 think it is oad Sales ' the grandest eeres1 on undesirable foreigner, has been ' i I ?, - - ; t-:::' ..- ----';':' . ': - ''' ': -4 '-';'''''. , the market." Mrs. Lida Gouge, 4020 Niektoia - ' Pluti - - , - - -. .: ' - . -. " I - . - - - Ave-. Emyir.. W D. C. issued here; Lotto, who lives Normandy, St. Louis County, has ves in t Op 9 A. M. gliig GRAVOIS (18) LActodo 6265 ta Chippewa) en to 6 P. SL i Daily C;7 ' ',. ,. ' - I :-' ,,e -' , , , ;..',:- - -- - ... .,,,-,- . - :,'..., , , - . 11, '. OM i', .. , ", ;. ! . you're off to new lawn- beauty with -. ashington 20, - You, too, may expect lasting re- been visiting Peru on commercial 4. t EN ,,, , ,,,,,,, ,,, a- ,- -. - .,-',. -:' t- -,-..- e'': - : : -, -, trips for Jive years, and recently .1 ' -4 4 , '1i, '', II, , , , . - .. ,.sulta if your constipation is due to -- . ,4,..!..-.--:,1- - .41- . --. , e ; -- ' . has been claiming he represented , r ,,., ., x -,...,,.,, :,..:- . . - , lack of btdk In the diet ... simply - 0 111 I , 411 - -- - , , 1 , t s , . Seatt, TURF BUILDER - -: , a firm disposing of surplus war ,, - . lost KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN every material. -, 01 , ' .. 1 z.,' - , , , -- , - - ,. , 4 - ... ' , . -- iii-tk ..L..i -1r- ' : - - -, - -, -, - ' 1 e ,,,, - , ; , - ---. -. . , --; ',.,. ,---4,- , ,, i , , , ,,,kt- . --,... - - ,,, . . . . i dayand drink plenty of water. 1-le returned to Peru three . or EIEDIT.- ,..,:-4 .-,...Ar4,..---,-........ - . , ...4 . , - Winter weather was hard on your 'lawn.: i - , , : 1 : - - - . - . - - - Try It! If not completely satisfied four months ago, and officials ' - ' -- ' -' ' , . , - -1 It exhausted the grass, drained away its CoInr with the results after 10 days said he claimed he represented ,, ...- -7 1 ; , 'ys send ! , New York-capitalists, mentioning AN OTARION HEARING AID I Rental will lis applied lie perehate leilfo : .,. - . 1 - - 1 1, ' ' I . - ,-k 0 op,-.-. , ,:,...r ,ii-AR ., -, Revive it now with Scott's graSsf'nocA..--It'S tops in,-ll..'', t---,. ',' .''. '' Company, '', ,-, , and lull eredit 'Iwo ter rentsi pstO. , t...",,,, ,.., ...,,..,,. ...---,,-t i i-. ithe ettipty carton to the Kellogg COME IN OR PHOVisliEt.A1,74:2,7ps PI: ,: f ! ,---,- , 1 . i':',,,ii ..110 ;.:,,---,. ---- 00,1r : lawn. fe.e,di:g.-.1n, - (4.,...:.: ";,,,::- :-.-1,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,.., ,r the du' Pont and Rockefeller in- oPanYf Battle Creek, Michigan, terests, who were prepared to in- r--t-R-LEH211ArtouPom ----- Lan d get double year tmottey bark! vest $400,000,000 in the industrial s , OTAR1011 of ST LOUIS 141,; -.. , .,,...,.,...7.,, , ,,---,. , , :-, xi ordinary ifnCarr-Y-5,--fettip:nzedrs, - - - I development of this country. , ., ,,,,,s , . , f - ,' , ---,,' li ', . ' ALIPBRAN is not a purgative but Preparing to return to the 709 CHEMICAL LDG., 721 OLIVE . , ,..,- !, ' wham. me food made from the United States recently, he wrote oterrtir $7771117.1Lek 11,1' lorasrel:tul: acb.ut - sasidts eat daily either as a cereal. irwital outer layers of wheat. For best the Peruvian President that he had been approached by an un- Neste known intermediary who had et la muffins. Get KELLOGG'S' fere& in the name of influential Address . , - ' : -,- , .., . -, - .1 , ,, , .. ' - : St....-- does the work ociii,eci . ., : - , i : , , , - , . - . -, - ; I- . '; - ! i ! I . . . ; ,r : ; - Mail and Noose Orders Filleda. -7450 . .1 I - ' ' 141 1 ,. F --, - : .:. . - 'ill'HIANK NORRIS I - . .1 14' 11 '' s' - 5 s. 3.75 -: ' - Jr' ' ." 2 , - Statler Hotel. - E'' - !--- --- , ' , --- . - 1,- BRAN at yo grocer's ur today. Peruvians. to put his deals through h ions Etel g- . City 'li.ss . . - , 1 may 7, 1947 ' St. Louis, Mo. I -Z ) , - ',I ! Hoiirtwares - Fomrth Floor : . , -.. - - ' , for a $2.500,000 bribe. Police in- - , J - , , ' L -- f p , i ! 1 ; ,.. 4 - , i . 1 . .- ,. ' ' . ' ' ' . $ ' ' - - , i !-. 4 1 ' - ' ' ' . , - , , e . , - ' .1M7,7777717rFaa,-7,,L5rg41.1.ZItiinFZt.112,' 7-f -''''.. ix-. .... -.,,,,W,9..., ,0',..:,r,', .Z4a,.: --:St.,....:7.,:t-: ,,,k,. ,,,,,. -:.,,t,4A..,. - :t.-:".-'7:VO., Dr. Louls Il Nesrtee ,, - ; - ' - . 4 - I President, Southern Baptist Convendos, , , . - - , St. Louis, Mo. . : I - ' - - , , , , , , , , 1 - . , . Dear Mr. Newton: - In. - much as modes was made In yesterday afternoon's meeting, that you . ; , i ,I, .i,,,,' - . , I 1 , I . !,?:..;, -:...,,: -.,...::,-.2,-;.,, .:, -:-.-..:;.-: -,.:;,,,- -;-.-,.- . , :- :..' - i....,,,-i.:-,v7.- ,t,-.-,:.:,i..'".e...;?:-.,,,I,.:i,'''.;..:i .,,..-.-,.-.,.:,..-...,; ....,-.:::,.',.,:...,....:' as ,..,1,,, ---t,,.- '',4 ; ::, , i and I discuss the issues concerning Soviet Russia, and i n as much as you - i 1 . 1 1,. !,...1 1 ; - - ; , - , ' -: , : - t-7; 1 .- :,,.; 1 : .. . - ',,,ic; .- 7 : .1 .., . ..1 . have announced that you are going to speak on Russia again this morning . - - - - T ., , s for the Conventionyou have already apoken three times here in St. Louis ,., , v. II , . I ---- , . - 4 : ' 1, .' -: - .,-,'-: , - --- -:..:.--,-, :' - f- : l-s....-,:--,..:'---:... ?::..-- 1.'1:. -:-:, 1 .- .-1-tiz.:.-,-' -.,-,::-:, , . , - ; on Russiatherefore, I am submitting to you the following questions that ii I 1 !,r , , t :, ' -- . 4 . ,, ö , . -. I . - . 1 i . ,,, . .. 900-4.'",..44, , - , - -,--. I - ,' ----';,-,,,::-- P -;;.,. 4 4 .'--: .:.--(, if are vital in this great crisis of America and the world: - - - ; .; - , tt of , , ! . ' . ' ' I- --' . .. ..,1. 1 . -,' 4 ', . 1 ... 4 ,......... , i -- ,- .. . l defense of President Truan's Greek-Turk aid to stop Communism .,.., . 0: - I. In all your discussions herewhy have you not -said one single word - 1; . I h.' -, ', ., a m? . 1 - -, 1 , , - kli t o- 8 cleittei !, I , ,. .. ..4.77. , .- . - ..: - , 1. , o. t , - i . . ., xl1441 -k , ' 2. You said yesterday afternoon that United States can work with Soviet . i, ,r, 11 . ; . , - , . ,- i - -eVIL14411 , , ''' ''''-i..- .-- .!' 11 ' ..-..,o; Zt- - 4 ., :- -., . Russia. How do you explain ,Secretary of State George Marshall's address de.... , 1 , 4 1 ., , ,, 4, - ' . ' ....r1 Nk. I ... ,- - ,,,,- -, . tr..; daring the ite all wr vilteing,sr my anelt, that we k with Russia? k abaouCtanRnu"ssial.grwelyrhwavere you not said- ' 4 t -- t .11, V , ,,.. 1 .... 4 - - . f4,,,,, ' ..- ,1 ' - - , I' . . , , , t-N. i, '',: : . .:.: . ' FZ , fl - - ' 1 I I . ":' '' ' . - 1,- ' . .1. !i -, , . , -J . , :-:" , - - . I,. - .: I ,,... .: ( -s-ta-' k R -e- . .. . $ tyranny of Jo Stalin and his Polit Bureau of fellow-gangsters? 1 , I , 1 i - - ..,,: --S.- - ' 7,.-,1 1, --, ! . communistic trann . '-':: x . , , , - , , . 4. 11 you are oppoeed to Communism, why did headquarters of Commun. !r ' 4 A , ,,e, l 4 -b it .. Ns ,,,-, -:... . - - , kat in Chicago and New York endorse, publish and send broadcasts their .I ., 1 D . , ,, , - , .. . . , ; lal C D... 450 .for these - I - - J - , - , - ' . 7 1 , t, ,,.-,,,,,,. -,,t ,,... --c!'" -1 ;L..). .,v sst -. dorsement of your appeasement plea for Mo ks 1.. ''' ' P enticow? - - - , 1 , 1, . . - ,, , , . , , --,:.-, ,,,,...;,-,.... ,,, : 5. In Time Magatiae of August 16, 1946, in your interview concerning , 1 , , 1 . , , i - 3' - ;-.. '''k,4- - , '. .; - -. . -,.., . -.- 't, Soviet Russia, you are quoted as "Trimming with enthusiasm for ; what you 7, , e - . - - , - , - ---,....-......, :- Sate Marsha F . ., s - - - . ts-' ef -,. 0 had seen and been told." ; 1 1 0 ,- . -- . --.-: - "'--- e In view of Secretary of tll's ' address last week on, how Russia ., 1 , 11 1 1 '1 t'4 4,- .'s ' , ' " -,0, -,i----- -t.'(.-;.---.:::.:'..... - - ' - ' ' ti1116'saim. g - HOUSEW S . ., , ....-.. ........,,,-", , ,.- . o . - has blocked the peace. and aims to bring about world chaos, are you still 1 ' i -I 1 -1 ,,';' ::-: '0-- : " ., ..- '- i.,,.; : - 1,, ': ;,,- ,r - ' i -. 11; . - 'II: --, '-',.,, 7,1 I ...-., ,,, , -,-- , , - - - with oh e a m: tted hhui .. . - ., i.-- . ,',''',.'.,',?- -- , ... . ' '' i '''::51....: -...:::::.::11:"'''''''''''.:-: -I's .".' .:-'' stand for floring w the stated thing as i Int for Magazine RSussoiattnRGuloovsflearla'h'me Governmentrenouncement drenaotueLh e"Tr:enet tiaoffthantim : ''' '1'; . -1 1 tfat,t- . ., ;:,., , ' . . ' .... ., . '. -. - - .- . ,i-i- ya:Jrlit,-:7- 0 i '...! 1, .' - . :: ., i ',4,,,:?4, , ,,--: 6 Q- , . 11 1 ,. 4. , I . , , ,. - i q. .,, ,.- , , 1 ' ";:; :-.:' ---' , ,- 1 , ..:,, , ,. ,. , , . . .. ..,....-,-- , . ,, , ;, , .,,,,..---,......, , --,r4ti.---.. . :....-. -.. :.7.,,,c,- 1, , -r :-...., ,-.7.1:,,-, -.3-, -; : -:-,,...... :.1 1 , ,,,, ,, ,,-:,, , , , , ... ... tv, -'-' -) ,.. . .. . , t '-..' 5 '- 1-,--- I- t ::: . kr i.,..,-4. lw, -14 ' k,- -,-, . , - . $ , - . - i- . - -- ., -,. resistance to, coercion in matters of belief." ' -'f ' '- -.-- : , (b) "Religiously, we should regard Russia as our great ally." Do you -!' i' t I -- ,-':;.. :;-,.:.:g....,,!.,7;;;.,:::-:, ' -.:E.;-: still bold this sympathetic attitude toward Moscow? - . -, -- - - - I' ,. . ,:, ....... ,....... .: . ,,,,, - - -,r1tin 7. On February 22, 1947. the Associated Press published report of a 16. . ember committee of prominent church men, advocating the appeasement '' ; . - ; - k - , ; ,, , 41!,.; . 1 -.'-.-1 I - - - ! -7,- ' -- - - - - - . l ' "- - -. ö , ., ,i ' , T , -,,,, - -.4 e" , - "; - ' - i f - ., , - 2;o:n7P11 131, sTi. c a 1, . $1162t :'c 421 5t1 s -; I - ,, e t - , . ; ; . ,. , - , , 3.,c,it .,. - , i; . 1 ., ,.. , program with Russia, and with 15 other, it is signed "Dr. Louis D. Newton. ,. i; -, . 4: :....0,-,...- ,,,.. ..wr,,,gs . i , ! .... 1:.1.8,00:0 .. i...0,,ifit . .'. ' .r.,.......xy, . '';'6....1 ., .:,, , . . preeident of the Southern Baptist Convention, Atlanta." ; Do you still hold that same attitude of appeasement with Russia? ' ! -; , 8. The American Russian Innitute. 58 Park Avenue; New York IC N. , :, -- --,,,,,-.-i, ,: --. - 2, .-- -- . ' Ki Y., the Communistic headquarters of Moscow in Ameri ' America, sponsored your .. . ,,'' 1 , ..., . .4-..r.---- . -, ,--.1,.:- -5...., ,,-',- . '-',''''' 0'.'d .., ., t---,-. -- -' ,: ... ,,-,., ... . 1 '- - ' r mr5-- --,,i- 1,- .. t - rit ,,,,s,,, "MIL, .: . j . , .,,, . - : : ' - . : i , , gr ;', r''' , 7 - nit '- '- V17. -, 1,--,. .', : 4 , ... . . . - . i:Pi; endorsement of Moscow with the title, "An American Churchman in the , , 1, ,:ir , , , , , ., , . , ,. , ... w. , I, Soviet Union." - , , . - , ; I Do you think the president of Southern Baptist . Convention should be sponsored by this Communistic headquarters! 9. On April 7, this year, the United Press published "an assault on Pres'. t.; . ..;.;-. , , .g dent Truman's plan to bolster Greece and Turkey against Commuaism,'7 and I . . , I -.,S.,-;-' ,-:, Ak, ..... . .": .--. :,i.'',.1 0 this assault signed by 200 clergymen from 30 states- This is the crowd you . ' ' , 7 s all. --,:t4.?.,:!. 1 -, .. Do you still hold to the view of these 200 clgymen, and are you In ,..:. associate with and endorse. ,, . , ! - .1.! - - , p . , , 1 cleaner Bruce Cleaner, ne Sani-ftVrox, the mkac 1 t 79c , 41 $1.3-9 --, way to dry , , t - . - . i . .1, . 1 I , . , . - - clean wood,w scrublilnesosi,', ' Prime liquidates' dirt,' grime. '.. - .. . cr,-60c -- - - :: 12 ;cal. $1.00 , ,I2. gal. $2.39 , Ea 3.94 !cum. Qt. 68e Gal. $L9S , , , - sat. 81.501 - . i , ', . .. - . er' ..- I - , : - , , , - - - , - ' . , -- 1 . 1.' - , : l''''' 1i ',-.:- ,. s "-'!,.:: ri .., -,- , , , - . . : 111011 3 -' tcr. . , 1,1. 0 pk1 -. - i , . . ; -:,:- . ,,----,,-.,- - 14)0 ,S) , Do you still accept and enjoy the commendation of the head of the -.:-, 1 , ,A' NI "11 ---:',..--,--,., sympathy with tills '14,...4o 10. O 1' r .., assault on President Truman? 4 .. 1 ',,'-:':-- On January 20, 1947, you have to the Atlanta journal a letnr from ;' t . ?. I , -, t - - '4- , .. - '' ' - , I fuii '. 4 , - 1- 41-, , i - - ., '.- '''.5... -,...':':..- e'r- i5: :::, - . : s. the head of the propaganda department of Moscow, one V. Kemenov.-presb ' - - . .. -. - s --..'s . -,!. - . i - ...' . --,. -- 1 11444,,,,,..e -,,,,' ; '-':-.4,,, , - ., ..s. ''. ; .-St.. b: ti - dent of the U.S.S.R. Society for Cultural Relations. you gave to the Atlanta- , , ,,-, 'Pe'. lib - -4- journal how that you were thanked by Moscow for your defense of Moscow. t ' .. t - ve , - - -', , - . . , , ,! ...woe ,,,,i t-i..,..-0"!-',, - -- ., - - ot . 1 - , '4177-1,1 40- . . , ' gt-i! sle.; .- - i,. ' ; 1 '-:.' ',,, '.. ,..- ' . :;--2 ' --,,- - - ' . - , , ... ,.. . ,f2t :,- ,-.. partment of propaganda in Moscow? 1 -, - ! : , - -,--.11!'. r 1 ' , , ': 1 ' . . ..'05,,4aP '''. ' . ''' . ' :''''... ' '1 '''''. ' ,Oell I ' ....:,..:..ri....,' ,....!,' ....'... ....' ..: '? ...,.. 1 :. ' . . , 2.. ' ki.1:: , --, account of your personal visit and conversation with Jos Stalin and that you ' 1 4;',..,r7, - .. . r . .. , . . .. 1 . - .-:----,',-.' - ---- -' 7:.-- i'l t... . , ,- ,- ill, ., "Fro11. Quoting you front Time Magazine of August 26, 1946, Too Or on, t : I , -sem - , .- . .,,,..,..3.,...,----- . , : .., -., , -- . ...,,, , i,., ., ,,-.,,., gave him personally a Bible with an inscription .ns Ctortian to i 4 , ,- . - ,,- ., , , : . f , .. t,-..:-; -,-:,,,'..-,-.4::,,-.?--.--:...--.--t....t: ' - li; . , a another Georgian.' ; . .. . , - : :l. - i -. 4 1 ,- - 4 ,..,--.,: .',:: : e,:,,,.: t?. - . . . , , . - 1 k,' -,t SikY -"I L. .YOUII- WITH 'FLOWERS , .,:, , ,i , . . . , ,. ,..,, Did you actually have this nadon with Joe Stalin? - (Dr. Ralph Sock. ' - - -2 - t - I .. r lean of New York City, one of your fellow.-travelers to Moscow, says you did - '' - ., IL ! '..11";;;Ilig- - - - ' ' not see Stalin nor any of your Pa T 1 1 11: P !;-: ,. . -.. - , .- , ,. , . , , . , party.) . , i , - ; , ' . - 't ' ' ' ' --', . - ' . . , 12. You said in your published statement upon your return from Russia , !1 . . johnoons Gin-Co .--- self- Twin-pail for washing-, Grub,: .. , . - , 7-,,. .... that there was religious freedom. Is it not a fact that all church properties are Oweed and controlled by the - Soviet Government? How then can there be religious freedom? '. - - ' ' ' Zephyr' Ironing Table Pact , 1 i . polisking. Pr.- 59c Or- 98e , king, cleaning. Leakproof, and Cover, extra .smooth with -,, - - 1 Y2 igal. $1.50 i Gal' 12.98 rustproof. 20-Qt. size, 95c. .. elastic edge. v t - $2.29 4 eminent? If not, bow can there be religious freedom? ; 11. Ara the ministen of religion in Russia permitted to criticise the gov- , ,. , i . . ., . . , . . . :-. :. : - -; - -,, ,!, ,,, - - -. , , . . . - .:-.;: ' , , . i , 14. Is It not a fact that the Secret Police are in every religiour service to . . -', 1 1, l -- .. ' 1 .; ' ' . . , , ::-, 1 , ; , - - , ,,,,- check on and report on all that is said cad done? How then can there be. ' - i -''. , - - - .','., fom? Mother's s ore day In te year when -Mothers- universa ther's Day :hlly . - :i religionl-.: - There reedare four well-knowe lanian tt ministers encoding this conyea. ',. ' ' I ' '-' .i.: ,,,,,,,,,,..,A--:; -';.- -''''. ' -' - : - -.." -.7.,..' . -, 1,,,, ; . I :.,,, , ,- , ,;'- .. : - ,,, . on and Latvia is a part of Russia and they report that their churches are ', ;0,t, ,..,4,, - , . . , , , s , . appreciate Cowers. For no other way carh love, gratitude- and ,- -,.0 don confiscated, members of their familybrother and father, were murdered , ;-, -';-. -;-e.;" - - 1 ' - - ,, -- ' ' s, se ' ' . - '- ' - 1 ' -;,41. - . ,-- - --' - . s , -- , ---,--- ''': 1 ,-- ' .ely-' .! 7 ; 2 - and others sent you claim there is religious 't - t - ntiment be so .adequately ... expressed than through this delightful .,- . ,,..-4 freedom la Russia? - ' - ' ' ! into Siberia. Then how caa , - 1 - , . . - -- . -, , I . - -k - . - rT-,' 16. You state: ...rise future of religion h as bright In Ruseia as airframeit t 1 -- 1 '3' 4,, ---t--,V.'.;00".-- , P4'lr,i. .. -1,. medium Cal! flor . your today. Choose from his complete selection , -r: ',. e Ls view of the ree exposure othe th worm.. cnt f spy-ring in Canada. - , ,-- - - 1 , -' ,s,- - - - , . - - - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - - - ,e4-' ' ik4,1 ' ' ' , t-ie,-, ,-,... . 1,. where ten Russian spies were convicted and sent to prison, and thie spy-ring , i ,g,,., 4,00 , ,,',Th4s r fa'f: ) , I '' , .. i , 1 .. . ' . . . , of assorted flqwers and potted plants for Mother's Day. Don't- forget future of r -EX reached into the United Statee.....how caa you say that the eligion "111V. .- ' ''- 4 ' ''' ' - - ' -I --- ' -- , 1 . 1 Z I soon -3,,,, . . , , ,. - 4 . . .- I . : , . f I ,. - ' ' ', - - - ' - 1. is bright in Russia! . - . to send. flowers to the Mother of your .children, too.; , . - ,;:, -- - -, - i',' 17. I. not your campaign for "better relations with Russia," au appease. . , - 11 . 4, . : . -. - . - . :, ' - - - - Square Cake Dish -:- ,- - . . , - , , rnent program with Southern Baptists. more hurtful to the cause of freedom I - - k - - than the political world for appeascatent Z -- , made --a- . , ; r Rile Door Mai, heavy, Silez Glass Coffee Maier. -. ith sturdy glass- ban- - - - - - - , , t , SEND D FLOWERS BY WIRE - . - , -: ' han Henry Wallace's campaign i - ,,-,.- - - , , , - ,.,,: - I am giving this letter and questions to the press-- . ; . j .:. . dura, tile, it will wear ad wear. with e x c I u s i v e -Flavor- - Ttlles for easy serving. each. ! Lars0 Size. .- $2.75 - Guard.- 8-cup' model, $3.7., , : 0 .- - ' ' ' 1 -t " - "e . ' ' : ' - : . . ; k , . - Yours very truly, , i ' I MEN . s . WEAR k CARNATION IN YOUR LAPEL TO HONOR YOUR MOTHEI ' ' t ' , , , ' ! ' ' 1 Jo Frank Norris ,: I 1 k - , ., , t Floor . I - ' . nousetraresFourth rioor e - -- - :' - ' : - ' - , 1Z - "For Mothers Living,' flowers bright; for Alother's memory, flowers white'. , t. . . . , , , , . t.. , ..,; , ,I'f.:''' . f . , , , .. -i.i , ' t . , ., ,. , I Z41 : ler I PALL - r ,,..2. : I I! 1 - . 4 ' ! i ö 1 liF , t I ' . 4 I 1 J . 1 1 i ,I I ' -' 4 .' - 1 '''. 1 it . : '--- 1 1 ' 2 . i '- 1 1 , 1 , 1 1 I , .. I '' i l ' - : . - i , I ' - , - ! . 4. 7 t , - RES s ' .' - I - A I , 1 .., t 1 , ; I , , J - ,11. R:ti tr , , x . 1 i I f ' ; tt, . grime. 4, - al. $1.00- - - ! , , ,- -1 '. . . ,,,,k 1-- i t. 4,... ,, ,.. , P, , , - ,oP - oo,,, 4 . i , - I 1 , ibis Pad . - . -- ooth with ' $229 . - ; - . - f . 1 4 I i - ' -- 1 ll .- ! a i.' Dish - , I :lass- has- .- - , ;, each.; - : , ' I ' "e . - - a , , , T , . . 1 -' , , . . . . , - I 1 ' , . , ; ! , . 1 ', , , ,i , , . - I I!! . . , , -,, , , -,- I , . 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Ore. t a 76 4 7 , , .. 1 ' , '. . 1N.A.wee'' ri-cleMariliTrl. 2 li ' I OYER 1000 PIECES OF DRAPERY AND SLIPCOVER FABRICS TO CHOOSE FROM , ;4,,.... 1.,, ..., ,, -,....; I, gorea.,,,,,,. ,:,, . ssa:nnp Man. 4 . loo cr:a:10.1; 1 on6663:16. :4. 1521. ...: l : . Go 0 n r 4 n . . Sa t. k City. Utah - 43, ;, .., . ''''' -.'tn 9'. 1,, - Y, 1 0, ' , wasbington. D.' C.1 1 67 49 ' ...,. ''''' g -' . 4. ,...g.s.- '''' : Wiieg n. . ' 3 , ".:13 ' 1 t , ', ' I t ' ' . - l' - ' - 4..., "'"t...0''''' , .. , 4' ,, 4",,, '' t ' , ir utimilys CURTAIN AND :1;:p11;E:1;644T; ILL 2639 EXCEPT WED. LA. EO CHEROKEE ST . - - .:IP ,EPT E: .r , , T s' ,,, $'''''''' , .1 , r I , i 4 P" ';: , '''.. ------- -----... .. 1::.:' .. ,-,'.'k 4110,,-04o,,,a,miganall,..,,, '-. -.- 0,-, : c ....... .. 4 I ; 1 I - 0 ct erS , ... . , ... -.., - les 1 . , , ., ABOUT 8000 ATTENDED the opening of the Southern Baptist Convention in Kiel Au-, I ' SC) Smarm, .,,4. i , , 1' 1 ; - Professor Swallows 1' 44. " 494114 I CASAXIIS WI '8"itoriuLm Co4nventl'o'nHal$1ye7terday. Meetings --(:x-r'le to continue through Saturday.' At I ' 7'... IOU 11 the moment the crowds had heads bowed in prayer. ! 1 , IGlobes-Democrat Photo I . ,- n't .7 A., s - , I ; r , ; .1101 resentative Mundt (Rep ) South I ' I ' ! 1 - . , lo. - Dakota termtd " ro-Soviet." 1 - i Students to Get U -; S. , P U. . d u t Munt annonced ; tha the I I 1 ' 'Ilk dr , . . House Committee on Un-American I 11' Po' , I I I - . e . ' - I . Radioactive Iodine for', r l Activities is looking into the tItIlsr lir ill .."' . Washington U. Test : ng f Waln kig . w ich was given ye erday y1 r . I , - , Aleksandra Pavlovna Lewis, Rus- e 1 e--- 1 , ,--- Wash as or .. , ,- sian-born wife of a former code I e-- -I t'--"'''''' , , . A 'Washington 'University : 0 clerk in the '11 scientist who volunteered as , ut on Red Lecture American Embassy in Moscow. 1 I .' ,,Up , All. 11 , I ." 1 I 'El , , 716, - . 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