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   Stevens Point Daily Journal (Newspaper) - March 28, 1955, Stevens Point, Wisconsin                               Mondoy, Mqreh 28, 1953 STIVINf MINT (WISCONSIN) DAILY JOURNAL 9 McCarthy Assails Ike, "Treason" At Yalta Hortoon, WIs. Sen. Mc- Carthy has restated his charge that the Yalta conference was "unvarnished treason" and criti- cized the president "because he does not think it's proper to talk about the conference." "Although President Eisenhow- er does not think it's proper to talk about the conference, I think it is. The United States has a re- sponsibility to reveal all the trai- McCarthy said. The state's junior Republican senator spoke to about 250 peo- ple here Saturday night during this city's centennial celebration. Earlier in the speech McCarthy said 526 American servicemen were being brainwashed by the Communists. "If a certain individual would spend less time with golf and ridding the White house grounds of something could be done about this, McCarthy said. He said the only answer is to tell the nations to whom we give money that as long as they con- tinue to ship goods to the Com- I FOUR STAR. New U. 8. Army commander la En- rope. Gen. Anthony McAnliffe, famed for reply to Nails' demand for surrender, takes over ia Heidelberg-. Columbus H. Aud. Morshfield SAT., APRIL The Manhfleld Winter Thcatn Proodly Preteste 2 "An Evening Of Laughter Set To Muiic" MAIL ORDEKS NOW To Box 48. Mushfleld, Wta. COPPS COAL HOTTER THAN SCNSHITfE HEATING SERVICE Bepoln FUEL OIL Phone 22 munlsts they won't get a cent of American money. Wants "Final Report" At Milwaukee earlier In the day McCarthy said he was "hear- tily in favor" of a demand for a "final report" from the United Nations on 15 U. S. airmen jailed In Red China. Then, he said, Pres- ident Eisenhower "should take time off from golf to see if we can't get them home." Sen. Knowland (R-Calif) earli- er Saturday voiced the demand for a final report from the UN. He met mixed reaction from col- leagues on the senate foreign e- lations committee. Sen. Wiley, Wisconsin's senior Republican, the ranking minority member of the committee, said a demand of that kind "could up- set" negotiations which are un- derstood to be still in progress. "President Eisenhower ,has a heavier duty to the imprisoned Americans than another chief ex- ecutive might because of his long military McCarthy said. McCarthy repeated that the na- tion has lost its "national honor" in the past two decades. "There have been times when we were weaker physically, but none when we were weaker mor- McCarthy declared. Shocked By Attitude In a prepared statement Mc- Carthy said: "Frankly, I am shocked beyond words at the attitude taken by both the Democrat party and the Eisenhower branch of the Repub- lican party toward release of the Yalta papers, and toward the treason and sell-out at Yalta. "Take for example Eisenhow- er's attitude toward the Yalta pa- pers 'Someone may have been wrong at he said. Yes, someone was wrong. Wrong enough to sell into Communist slavery 600 million people; wrong enough to have brought the Ko- rean war which cost so many American lives; wrong enough to set the stage for world war IH so many more lives will be lost. "I had thought it was the duty of the Republican party and especially of its leader to in- form the American people of the ENDS TUB, STARTS WED. FinectSawB BINC CROSBY GRACE KELLY WILLIAM HOLDEN __ COUNTRY NOMINATED FOB 7 ACADEMY AWARDS PLUS DANNY HAVE IN "ASSIGNMENT CHILDREN" 20-Mlnuto Color Short THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME By Jimmy Hotlo errors of either party. Whom we supposed to be covering up for? Whose reputations are we meant to be careful not to dam- age? Which incompetents? Which traitors? "Whatever does the president McCarthy said he thought the attitude of the Democratic lead- ership "is equally shocking" and singled out Rep. Rayburn (D- the house speaker, and Sen. Mansfield (D-Mont) for particu- lar criticism. The writing of Marco Polo dis- closed that 13th-century China had a highly developed postal system. "Horse posthouses" were maintained at 25-mlte Intervals on highways radiating from Peking to various provinces, and 400 horses were kept at major sta- tions. The system had parcel- post and special-delivery features, Arrow Dress Skirts JOHNNY'S BALLROOM 1 Only a limited number of dates available during 1955 for weddings, banquets, parties, etc. Make your reservation NOW! Get full details and lowest prices DIRECT FROM US at 408 N. Second St. Arrow Sport Shirts ENDS TUESDAY NITE DE CARLO uirr FITZGERALD VAN JOHNSON-JOANNE ORU YOUR SHOW PLACE IN THE POINT STARTS WED. TWO ENTERTAINING HITS! IT HA PPE NED IS BRAZIL! ACTtON-PACKtO ADVENTURE! 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Grow Income............................ Income Electric Utility Utility Bus ____________ ___________ Utility 825.711.945.47 31.790.67 32.000.00 2.486.007.83 020.00 4.540.000IK) 74JZ26.00 240.190.00 657.000.00 23.494.23177 S2fU51.746.17 6ffli5.394.71 5.460.199-30 24.769.64 1S2.2S6.41 6J67.6S1.12 on tone Term Debt 1.594.526.71 of Debs Daconnt, Premium Special AmoniMtJon of Bend Redemption Sirense? Fqniraleni to Tax Redaction Resulting Therefrom 194.000.00 Oiher Intcrpcr Ourwd to Contraction Inr-ome 1 2.603 Ml Total Income 1 Xri Incnme...............................5 Red Figure COM5EN5ED BALANCE 31. !934 Liabilities: Sfoclc lone Term 52.143jOOn.fjO 8.0WUJ4.09 t'Ttlitr Plant Invfsrmrm and Funa Accoana 25 Current and Asjes "8 Debits Current and Accrned Utbilirio TM! Credits for Depredarioo of Urility Plant Other OwirriT-iurioTw in of Construction Surptos 919.11S28 09 366.595 06 Towl Labilities VO Facsimile Ballot Notice Notice of Judicial and Referendum Elections APRIL 5, 1955 STATE OF WISCONSIN) (SS. COUNTY OF PORTAGE) TO THE ELECTORS OF PORTAGE COUNTY: Office of County Clerk March 23rd, 1955 Notice is hereby given that a Judicial and Referendum Election is to be held in the several towns, wards, villages and election precincts in the county of Portage, on the 5th day of April, 1955, at which the officers named below are to be chosen. The names of the candidates for each office to be voted for, whose nominations have been certified to or filed in this office, are given under the title of the office in the sample ballot hereinafter set forth, together with the questions submitted to a vote, in the sample ballot below. INFORMATION TO VOTERS The following instructions are given for the information and guidance of voters: fa) A voter upon entering the polling place and giving his name and residence, will receive a ballot from the ballot clerk which must have indorsed thereon the names or initials of both ballot clerks, and no other ballot can be used. Upon receiving his ballot the voter must retire alone to a booth or compartment and prepare the same for voting. A ballot clerk may inform the voter as to the proper manner of marking a ballot, but he must not advise or indicate in any manner whom to vote for. (d) A voter may vote upon a question submitted to a vote of the people by making a cross (X) or mark in the square at the right of the answer which he intends to give. (e) If the ballot be spoiled, it must be returned to the ballot clerk, who must issue another in its stead, but not more than three in all shall be issued to any one voter. Five minutes' time is allowed in booth to mark ballot. Unofficial ballots or memorandum to assist the voter in marking his ballot can be taken into the booth and may be used to copy from. The ballot must not be shown so that any person can see how it has been marked by the voter. (f) After it is marked it should be folded so that the inside cannot be seen, but so that the printed indorsements and signatures of the ballot clerks on the outside may be seen. Then the voter should pass out of the booth or compartment- give his name to the insoector in charge of the ballot box, hand him his ballot to be placed in the box, and pass out of the voting place. (g) A voter, who declares to the presiding officer that he is unable to read, or that by reason of physical disability he is unable to mark his ballot, can have assistance of two election officers in marking same, to be chosen by the voter; and if he declares that he is totally blind, he may TJC assisted by any person chosen by him from among the legal voters of the county. The presiding officer may administer an oath in his discretion, as to such person's disability. (h) The following is a facsimile of the official ballot: SAMPLE Official Ballot For Judicial Election Mark with a cross (x) In the square at the right of the name of the candidate for you desire to vote, if it be there, or write any name that you wish to for in the proper place. JUDICIAL OFFICERS For Justice of the Supreme Court Vote For One GROVER L. BROADFOOT, A Non-Partisan Judiciary D For County Judge DANIEL LASZEVTSK1. A Non-Partisan Judiciary __ JAMES H. LEVI. A Non-partisan Judiciary _ Vote For One D D SAMPLE Official Referendum Ballot If you df-sire to vole for any question, make a cross or mark Sn the square after the word underneath such question: if you desire to vote against any question, make a cross or other mark in the square after the word underneath such question. "ShaH section 3 of article XI of the constitution be amended so that limitation on the indebtedness of school districts and cities authorized to issur for school purposes shall he on the value of the taxable in aucfe school district or city as equalized for state rather than on the kx-al assessed value of such property, such method of determining equalized value for purposes to be provided by the Yes D No D "Shall section 24 of Article VT7 of slate constitution he xr provide that no person 70 years or oldor my lake officr as conn J'JMJM- or circuit judge: that no person may serve as such a justice or and has been licensed to prac'icr law in this state for 5 years prior 10 his election or appointment: that no such justice or judjrc may beyon-J month in which he attains the arf of 70. except that may he is serving or to which he has been when this section and that any person retired this section may. sit the request of Justice of the supreme court, serve temporarily a circuit judge Yes D He D (SEAL) CHESTER J. KULAS County .EWSPA.PERr EWSFAPESl   

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