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   Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - April 1, 1953, Racine, Wisconsin                                Plenty of help was available Tuesday as nelahbora beian planting operations on the farm of their stricken friend, Norman Miller. In left picture, William and Ed Luutroth hook up a disc to a tractor. Drafting three discs In center picture are, from left, Nick Brown, Emery Creusifer and Harvey 8orenapn. Loading train drill, right picture, are Phil Michael, Jr., Joseph Eight Neighbors Start Good Deed-Planting Stricken Neighbor's Farm "And the King shall ontwtr and toy unto them, Vtrily I say unto you, Inasmuch at ye hare done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye hare done it unto me." -Taken from the Gospel of St. Matthew on Christ's sayings on the last judgment, two days before the feast of the passover and His crucifixion. Eight Racine County farmers turned up at the 120-acre farm of at stricken neighbor'Tuesday with tractors, tillers, discs and planters to sow his fields. Rain interrupted the eight at work, but they will be back, when the weather clears, to finish the job. Had Back Operation. The stricken farmer is Norman Miller, 31, who owns the former OeGrove Bull farm on the south side of Highway 11 west of the Green Bay Rd. Miller is in St. Mary's Hospital recuperating from an operation for a slipped disc. The eight men who came to his aid were Phil Michael, Jr., Joseph Kremis, Frank Miller, Norman's father; Nick Brown, Emery Creu zlger, Harvey Sorenson and Ed and Happenings in the City MRS. A. B. SANDERS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tiede, 1430 Lincoln St., is in serious condition in a New Orleans Hospital as the result of an auto accident Monday near Hauma, La. Mrs Sanders, who moved to Covington, La., about two years ago with her husband, was riding in an auto which overturned when the driver attempted to avoid striking a cow. She suffered a fractured pelvis and two broken legs. M(�. Sanders had been in the Army Nurse Corps and had trained at Wood, Wis., and Mt. Sinai Hospital in Milwaukee. TWO RACINE MEN were placed on two year's probation in Kenosha this morning under with' held sentences. They: are. James'] V. Broe, 20, of 2332 Olive St., and Robert H. Graan, 33, of 1508 Ellis Ave. They had pleaded guilty to a total of 12 counts of burglary and larceny. Warrants also have been issued for the two charging them with a burglary last Nov. 12 at O'Neil's Tavern on Highway 11. They will be arraigned in Racine Municipal Court within a few days. TWO PERSONS were injured in traffic accidents Tuesday. William Anger of 809 Park Ave. suffered a bump on the forehead when an auto in which he was riding was involved in a collision at Thirteenth St. and Park Ave. Drivers were JoyceJMcCarroll, 1529 West Sixth St., and Raymond Lichten-walner, 809 Park Ave. Daniel Dewey Fuller, 26, of 410 Blaine Ave., was cut and bruised when his car went into a ditch on Highway 20 at 41. WILLIAM PRIAULX, operator of Rancho Preo near Meadow-brook Country Club, reported 1,-500 golf balls had been stolen. He estimated the loss at $255. Earle Malmquist, proprietor of a store at 604 State St., said burglars had taken a wrist watch, a movie projector and a small amount of cash from his store. The watch and projector were valued at $70. JUVENILE authorities are holding three teen-age boys accused of stealing $35 from Rice's Market, 805 Tenth St. Lieut. Harold Kuchenbach said two of the boys created a disturbance in the store and while the proprietor was busy chasing them out, the other took the money from the cash register. VANDALS HURLED ink on the walls of a second floor lavatory at Roosevelt School and uprooted and damaged several potted plants in the school. The damage was dis covered by a janitor. The school is closed for the Easter vacation. DIVORCE has been granted in Municipal Court to Carrie M. Christopherson, 1313 Freeman Ave., from Martin Christopherson, 1329 Cleveland Ave. MARCH TEMPERATURES in the Racine area averaged, 6 degrees warmer than last year and nearly degrees warmer than the all-time average. The average maximum was 43.1 degrees with a high of 59 degrees on March 22 and 27. The average minimum temperature was 29.7 degrees. The month's [low of 10 degrees occurred on March 7. Precipitation was .61 inches below normal while snowfall of 4.17 inches was average. Total of 1.88 precipitation was re corded. HERMAN BELUN, 80, of 2019 Erie St., died of a heart attack Tuesday afternoon as he was walk ing through the Janes School grounds. His body was found by Richard Berkholz of 414 Meadow-brook Ave., who called the Fire Department rescue squad. BelUn was a veteran of the Spanish War, a member of the VFW and the machinists' union. He had been born in Germany and came to Racine 52 years ago from Pittsburgh. NEWLY ORGANIZED All-Negro American Legion Post 546 will meet at 7 p. m. Monday at the home of acting-Commander W. E. Beadles, 2009 DeKoven Ave. New members will be initiated and officers installed at a meeting 2:30 p. m. Sunday, April 12, at Memorial Hall. Veterans desiring to join the organization have been asked to bring their discharge papers and dues to either meeting. SPRING VACATION for Lutheran High School will begin at the end of classes Thursday. The school will re-open on Monday, April 13. St. Catherine's High School, all Catholic elementary schools and Dominican College closed today for a week's vacation. Public schools and some Lutheran elementaries are closed this week. EIGHTY-SIX ENTRIES were submitted in the contest to name the Racine Boy Scout Council camp at Pleasant Lake. The contest closed Tuesday at midnight. Judges are now engaged in win nowing entries preparatory to a final selection. RACINE AFL representatives at the Wisconsin State Federation of Labor legislative committee meeting in Madison were Nor bert Peil, Al Benson, John Grant, Don Sandy, Dean Jensen and Robert Wenszell. The two-day annual meeting closed Tuesday. THOMAS SHORTHAND course will open at the Vocational School after Easter and run 10 weeks. Enrollment will be taken Monday, April 6, for the adult daytime class which will meet daily from 8 to 9:30 a. m. Mrs. Poria Weeks will be the instructor. William Linstroth, father and son. Normally, Miller would have planted the 120 acres in truck crops, such as potatoes and tomatoes. Because of his condition, however, he decided it would be easier to have grains planted. They require less work until harvest time. When his neighbors informed Miller of their plans, he laid out the 120 acres on paper. Tuesday at 8 o'clock the tractors, tillers, discs and planters rolled onto the Miller land. The men worked until 11:30, tilling, discing and planting wheat. Then the rain forced a halt. Estimate Three Days. Phil Michael, Jr., one of the men behind the scheme, said the farmers will be back when the weather clears. He estimates it will take three days to get the crops in. The men will plant wheat and barley now and corn later on. Miller has two children, a girl, 7, and boy, 2. He will be in the hospital at least another week and it will probably be three months or so before he will be able to lift anything. Donald Duck Joins the Army Ft. MEADE, Md. - VP) - Probably for the rest of his Army service sergeants will probably be barking at a new recruit .here: "All right, don't try to'be funny, soldier. What's your real name?" It's Pvt. Donald R. Duck, who arrived at the 2053rd Reception Center this week. He was born ' in 1931, a few years before a certain cartoon character became' famous. Kremis and Frank Miller, rain late Tuesday morning. -Journtl-TUBti PhotW Their good deed waa disrupted by -4 RACINE JOURNAL - TIMES 4        Wednesday, April 1, 1983 150fo Attend Shipping Dinner About 150 traffic, shipping and receiving personnel from Racine industry and freight carriers are expected at the Perfect Shipping meeting and dinner April 9 at Dania Hall. The dinner is planned in conjunction with Perfect Shipping month, sponsored nationally by rail and motor carrier freight haulers. The objective is to promote reduction of damage claims through co< operative effort of shippers, carriers and receivers.       . Addressing the Racine meeting will be A. J. Evenson, general claims agent of the Decatur Cartage Co., Chicago, representing! truck carriers and R. W. Johnson, Chicago, special representative of the American Association of Railroads. Richard Tusler of the traffic committee of Racine Chamber of Commerce is general chairman of the Perfect Shipping observance herewith H. J. Bowman as chairman of the meeting. Committee in charge of the meeting includes Bowman and Tusler of the C of C traffic committee; Lee Orth, president and Roy Fredrickson, secretary of Racine Traffic Club, and J.-C. Dexter, president and Floyd Miller, vice president of Racine; Transportation Club. The dinner jis sponsored jointly] by the Traffic Club, Transportation Club, and the Chamber's traffic committee.  v _ Smoke is unburned fuel and can be largely eliminated through proper burning of the fuel in the right kind, of equipment. , We pledge) our constant vigilance to see that your prescriptions ore filled exactly as your Doctor intended "Accuracy first-is our first rule! See Your Doctor ~ Then Bring Your Proscription To .", SWEETMAN'S Pharmacy "Your Neighborhood Drug Store" 924 GOOLO ST. DIAL 3-1307 -'-- Out of Respect to the Memory of James E. Kavanaugh OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED Thursday, April 2-10:30 A.M. to 12 Noon Murray-Held Sixth St.-Off Park Aye. J4ere94  'tjour topcoat FOR EASTER You can choose from the most famous makers. Alligator Gold Label Gabardine *3975 Lanark Topcoats la Tweeds, Cheviots mad Gabardine �50,,�60 Barron-Andersen Topcoats in Saxony Cloth Wonted Cheviots, Gabardines, and Worumbo Cloth. �67to�85 Hacine's Leading Men's Store SIXTH AT WISCONSIN Don't Irk Ike Too Much, Is Warning to McCarthy OMAHA -   - A Crelghton University professor,predicts that "someday in the not too distant future," President Eisenhower will "revert to his old-time military status and blow a certain senator from Wisconsin clear out of the water." Prof. Lawrence Brpwn, who served under Elsenhower in France during World War II, told a club meeting Tuesday that "when the blowoff comes, it will be a classic." Brown said the. one thing that "irks a military man of President Eisenhower's calibre more than anything else is for a. subordinate to get out of channel." He said that is where Sen. JoseplT McCarthy (R-Wis) stands today, after his personal negotiations with Greek ship owners. SIGNED AGREEMENT TO AVOID PUBLICITY In Baltimore Tuesday night five | Greek ship owners, who said they controlled 140 ships covered in the McCarthy agreement, asserted they nave not transported cargo into Red China or North Korea for at least two years. They said that of 206 Greek ship owners association vessels only 20 to 30 had trad- ed with Red China to the extent of bringing soybean and grain car goes from Chinese ports to non Communist European ports. Association; President Manuel Kulu-kundis, one of the five, said McCarthy did not promise them anything ; and the agreement was signed mainly to end false accusations and bad publicity. McCarthy said today he has assured Secretary of State Dulles he will turn over promptly "to the proper authorities" all information on trade with Communist countries turned up by his Senate investigating committee. Meets With Dalles. The announcement from McCar-j thy followed an hour and 15 minute luncheon conference with Dulles at the State Department. The State Department put out ah official report on their talk and declared "it was pointed out the dangers that would result if congressional committees entered Into the field of foreign relations which is in the exclusive jurisdiction of the chief executive."_ 'McCarthy said * he" and "Dulles agreed on the wording of the statement.    � U. S. Is Testing Speediest Rocket MUROC, Calif, -   - Government aviation experts are conducting top secret test flights with the Bell X-1A, the Air Force's new supersonic rocket plane believed capable of streaking 1,700 miles an hour, it was reported today. The X-?A, developed from Bell Aircraft's X-l, the world's first supersonic aircraft, was reported to be undergoing initial flight tests at Edwards Air Force Base to accomplish what the X-l could not do. 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