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Waukesha Daily Freeman (Newspaper) - June 5, 1954, Waukesha, Wisconsin locked by Technicality Austrian i janitor shaken because y has held back a commission i his son he's to blame because he ht insurance 17 years ago i an organization now on the general's subversive list halting sentences Andrew lowsky explained last night he sold on a policy for his son r because members of the In Workers Order it was cheap and he could get benefits from it Yadlowsky citizen said he never to the IWO son didn't know Yadlowsky in a telephone in lew from his Jersey City home and he has to suffer ench Planes it Ammo Dump Indochina ff Frencl planes blew up a Vietminh dump 35 miles eas jere today and dive bombed rebel troops toward this war capital on two Is French army spokesman said dump apparently was an storage area for small s and mortar ammunition rect hits by thousand pound bs were reported on oys on Routes 13 and 41 the Is the rebels are using to move ird Hanoi from Dien pincer move Pilots reported ng several fires large explosions because I Insured him He never paid anything He was 13 years old Peter Yadlowsky graduated from the U S Naval Academy day along with 851 classmates But the Navy has said that he and two other I lack Hartford Conn and Paul Shimek Jr Hazen be commissioned until security checks on them are completed Meanwhile the three were to go home and await the outcome of the investigations Yadlowsky said he was at An- Md yesterday and had discussed the situation Pollack's parents were on hand for the exercises but were not reached for comment In Hazen parents were not ble for comment A spokesman at the Naval emy told the Hartford The question of loyalty is not involved in Pollack's case Rather it is a question in the broad gory of what is called security He did not elaborate Pollack stood In the class of 852 the class to win lomas from the Naval Academy In Hartford neighbors described him as a very nice boy and his family as good solid Americans very patriotic with no foreign ideas Teachers who knew lack in high school had warm praise for him One Hartford neighbor said Mrs Pollack the boy's mother was very happy when she left for An- and that she didn't know anything about this she was so proud of her boy Pollack's mother was said to have been a corsetiere a Hart ford department store until it went out of business le most advanced Vietminh mn from Dien Bien Phu was irted 50 miles west of the Rec Delta defense perimeter saboteurs cut rails on vital supply line between Hano the Haiphong seaport A ich briefing officer said the age was quickly repaired and ic only briefly delayed rail guards under rebel attack from a near 32 miles east lanoi on the Haiphong road the post was retaken by ich Union forces at daybreak the supply route for American materiel was not endangered esman said U S sources In on said plans to airlift three ilions of French soldiers from h Africa to Indochina with have been because of diplomatic fe red tape involved in getting ranees through half a dozen each time the airlift is contributed to this de- n the informant said ie United States at a cost of it two million dollars twice airlifted French troops from ice to Indochina Each time Dig planes had to by-pass India Burma which withheld ion to fly over their ps School Inmate reeps Out of Sight inmate of the m School for Boys who was outside to sweep a cottage i Friday afternoon kept right oing and has been reported mg e runaway from Milwaukee lot been apprehended He had helping a cleaning lady clean the cottages when she sent outside to sweep was the first attempt made to iway from the institution since I 28 Supt Marvin R McMahon Case Sen McCarthy Claims Pewaukee Man To Run for DA The first Democrat to enter the fall election races announced his candidacy today for the office oJ district attorney He is Roland F Aldrich old Pewaukee attorney Members of the county's Democratic party have promised a full slate of for the fall election Besides his private practice drich is Pewaukee viDage attorney and legal counsel for the Pewaukee Planning commission He is also a member of the village's recreation commission Aldrich li serving on the board of directors of the Waukesha ty Red Cross and he is a member of the Pewaukee Chamber of Com- merce the Kiwanis club and the Waukesha Elks lodge He is a graduate of the sity of Wisconsin and the UW law school He is a member of the County the Wisconsin State and the American Bar associations A veteran of three and a half years service in World War II with spent in the Pacific Aldrich s judge advocate of American jion post 71 He is married and is the father of two children both boys aged three and one Aldrich ran for the district ney's office two years ago on the ticket but lost to Dist Atty James D'Amato Glass Too Clean LONGVIEW Tex Blatt's tore here they've decided that seeping the glass clean might be too A woman customer walked out f the store yesterday via the plate glass window She wasn't hurt but the glass was Rejects Commie Plans for Unify In South Korea GENEVA OB Carlos Garcia vice president of The Philippines rejected Communist plans for uni- Korea today He called them fantastic and placed his nation behind the South Korea proposal An earlier story on the con- ference appears on page 3 Garcia said his delegation would reject any plan which implied the weakening of the United Nations He spoke as the Geneva ence turned to the Korean tion for the first time since May 28 The Indochina talks are in recess until Tuesday Garcia charged the nations here want to rebuild united Korea in their own way on the wreck and ruin of the United Nations They want to raise the mirage of peace in Korea by discrediting humanity's only hope for world United Nations They want to emasculate stultify and finally destroy the United tions He said he did not know what compromises other countries might accept but The Philippines reject all propositions of settling the Korean question that would in any way imply the denial or the surrender of the authority of the United Nations to maintain world peace and justice and to suppress or repel aggression such as that perpetrated against the Republic of Korea Garcia said the South Korean proposal upholds the United tions personality by by giving it control and supervision of the eral elections to unify Korea The South Korean proposal also insists on the withdrawal of nese troops from North Korea a month before the elections United Nations troops would be drawn from Southern Korea in stages but some would remain un- til the election results had been certified by the United Nations The North Korean proposal would place the election under control of a joint organization of North and South Koreans formed to give the Communists a veto As far as the attainment of our great objectives is concerned all our efforts so far have proved he said For this impasse ic blamed the Communists SWIMMING of proposed swimming pool met this ing to check cost estimates made by the park board Looking over plans of the pool are left to right Fred Howe Architect Alfred Freeman Staff Siewert Leon Brenner Aid Jerry Keyes Ar- dis Frame and Engineer John Mielke Howe Brenner Keyes and Frame are park board members Below is the conception of what the completed pool will look like Park Board Reaffirms Stand on Pool fork on Annexation of Duth Side Progresses of intention to an- said annexation petitions are being their properties to the city of resha were being circulated week among residents south e city rence Caldwell chairman of sub-committee for an- tion of that area reported that petitions for annexation will start making the rounds next week dwell explained that he and ck a member of his e plus interested residents circulated the declarations of tion as part of their work count has been made of the icr of declarations signed are being circulated between and Grand avenues and be- i the south city limits and st drive inite boundaries of the area ised for annexation have not set Caldwell said More will be obtained when the il petitions are circulated he ined ce chairman of the annexation committee circulated in the area north of the city along Delafield avenue This is the area part of which must come into the city soon if the en Guernsey co-op is to go through with its plans to erect a half lion dollar plant across from the county institutions Another sub-committee is ing a detailed survey of Conboy said to determine the feasibility of annexing this suburb This is the area which was ed down by the city council al years ago because some men thought the cost to the city of providing services if it were an- would be prohibitive In addition another tee is working with owners of in- on Lincoln avenue Just out- side the city limits Conboy declined to disclose or C C Smith's feelings on ing the latter's Waukesha The mayor has told a Freeman reporter he intends to wait several weeks before faking definite action He did not explain why i Senate Okays Attack Plan WASHINGTON M The Senate has voted its overwhelming al of a proposed Constitutional amendment aimed at keeping Con- ress in business even if an atomic attack should wipe out many of its members The proposed amendment proved by the Senate Friday vould empower state governors to appoint interim members of the House of Representatives if its roster should be severely cut House vacancies can be filled un- der present law only by special elections Under the atomic age ment governors who now can name Senate replacements in the event of death resignation or have authority to point temporary House members after a presidential proclamation that by reason of acts of violence during a national emergency or tional disaster the number of House vacancies tops 145 At full strength the House has 435 bers V The proposed amendment now goes to the House where two-thirds approval of those voting is ed to send it to the states for by at least 36 of the 48 legislatures During two hours of debate be- fore the vote some senators sed the need for quick action and some voiced hope the House will make changes in the proposed amendment Sen Ferguson said the time to act is before the occur Sen Case noted that ratification by the states can take up to seven years and that an atomic or like disaster could break over the nation before that time has elapsed Sen Knowland of California the GOP leader said the proposed amendment would remove the Achilles heel of our constitutional system The park board decided today to stand firm behind its origina proposals for a pool at Horeb spring park By a unanimous vote the board reaffirmed its position in respect to bids on the pool The bids totaling were approved by the common council Tuesday night On Wednesday Mayor C C Smith vetoed the bids The mayor claimed the pool ex- pense would surpass the provided for in the city budget The mayor in his veto claimed the actual cost would be about This included for landscaping and parking for storm sewer and he used the high plumbing bid of The low plumbing bid of 491 was deleted by the park board and council because the bidder did not comply with legal ments Aid Jerry Keyes council on the park board today presented revised figures totaling These figures included for a storm sewer from the pool to Spring st and included the low plumbing bid They also include for architects and ing fees Alfred Siewert pool architect Teacher's Father Dies Suddenly on Friday The father of a Waukesha high school teacher died suddenly day at the Waukesha county pital He was Harley H Loomer 81 of Waukesha route 1 Formerly of Madison he had been a local dent the past year His daughter Miss Zella Loomer teaches history and English at Waukesha high school Loomer born May 4 1873 in Hamilton county la was a ber of the First Baptist church of Waukesha Surviving in addition to his daughter are his wife Emma a son Harland G Loomer of delphia two sisters Mrs Nellie Sherman Elkhorn and Mrs Bessie Hanson Delavan a brother Harry of Whitewater and three grandchildren Funeral services will be Monday at 2 p.m from the Tuschen funeral home Dr Dwight M Bahr ing Interment will be at the cemetery Jefferson county Friends may call at funeral told Keyes that the plumbing costs could be cut by at least and perhaps more Keyes deducted this amount from his original mate and finished with a total of Siewert estimated that for 000 the board could incorporate the additional storm sewer and landscaping parking added in the mayor's figures Atty Leon Brenner said the board should hold another meeting with the mayor and explain its sition If the board goes to the mayor and shows him they can do all the things he demands within extra and he still refuses to draw his veto then we can go to the council and show that we have done all the things necessary to fect a Brenner said Atty Ardis Frame said the board had stayed within the council and believes the board has one far enough The allowed for pool tion However the fees for the architect were established rately from the pool cost It was agreed that the board will on June 15 present to the council the same figures of plus a firm estimate on the plumbing work As an alternative the board will tell the council it can the mayor's proposals for an additional expense of It was pointed out after the meeting that fees must be paid if the mayor's veto is The architect provided the pool in the range of as The contract stipulated that he would the pool at no cost to the city only if it exceeded James Mielke an engineer and member of the park board ed an estimate of for the parking area and part of the scaping This had been estimated originally at in the mayor's veto figures Sf Joseph's Graduates 85 in Friday Ceremony St Joseph's Catholic grade school presented 85 eighth graders with diplomas in commencement ceremonies Friday night Fr ust F Gerhard pastor of St and his assistants Fr F Sutschek Fr E Eschweiler and Fr T Loehr conducted tion services The class patron was Mary Im- and the class motto was established at Face the ture with Mary Class colors were blue and white while the pink rose was named as the class flower Graduates receiving diplomas are as Judith Ahrendt Barbara Arnold Mary Jean Bade Elaine Bautz LaVerne Beaudoin Darlene ke Donald Behlke Nicholas ish Betsy Biwer Roberta Brown Beatrice lo Mary Charles Frederick ney Irene Clissa Pauline Cotter Samuel Cottone Harold Dalgren Patricia Demmitt Kathleen De- Geraldine Dombrowski Susan Jerome Fleischman ome Frischmann Janice Gale borne alter 2 p.m Sunday Joyce Gill James Goodrich liam Gress Julianna Grundman Richard Hepp William Hepp Dolores Patrick Hess Glen Higbee Frederic Huebner Mary Alice vis Ralph Jeske William Kelsey John Kimpel Charmaine Kirby Thomas Klein Judith Knoebel tricia Kunz Thomas Laue bara Laur Mary Lou Lorscheider Larry Martin Theresa Mauerer Richard McGavock Francis Diane Meeth Ann holz Gerald Menting Mesa Janet Mundschau Marilyn Muth Albert Novilla Rita O'Brien Barbara Pace James Petry John Reedich ald Reinders Frederick Ruch is Saldivar Richard Salgado ia Sanchez Daniel Scoigletti An- thony Scrima Maureen Shepherd Janice Smith Eleanor ski Bunn J Trenhaile Brian low William Van Abel Dolores Verhalen Arthur Ver Vooren Wedyck Elizabeth ner Darlene Wendlandt Lawrence Whitstone Mary Ellen Wienke Ronald Wiesner Donna Barbara Gallitz Judith Wolf Colleen Wuchterl Logjam Broken On Secrecy of Telephone Calls WASHINGTON thy claimed today story in monitored telephone calls blows up tht Army's case against him in his bitter battle with top Pentagon of- Before taking off for Ripon Wis to make a speech marking the 100th anniversary of the lican party McCarthy left no doubt that he regarded yesterday's tic developments as a prelude to final victory in the swirling con- He told that disclosures during the televised Senate probe into the dispute of transcripts of tored phone conversations be- tween Senate Investigations sub- committee senators and Secretary of the Army Stevens blows up their whole case The calls quoted Stevens In a March 8 talk with Sen Symington shortly before the Army filed its p r e s s u r e charges against McCarthy and his aides as saying that their current re- ports of preferential treatment for G David Schine were very much exaggerated The Army's formal charges accused the McCarthy camp of seeking by im- proper means to win special for Schine a former ant to the investigations headed by McCarthy The calls also disclosed that mington forces with the Army side at one point in the dis- pute before it got to the hearings stage Symington was quoted as ng Stevens to seek advice from Clark Clifford a former top aid to President Truman and as ng Stevens that Deputy Atty Gen William P Rogers was one other fellow that is on your side The Missouri senator gave this explanation as the content of his discussions with ens came to He had willingly taken sides with the Army in an effort to help stop McCarthy's reported abuse of Army witnesses that he had not talked to any principals in the case outside the hearing room once the subcommittee took on its gations and that he did not know if Stevens ever went to Clifford Rogers already named In Carthy contentions that ration officials outside the Army had a hand in the case said in a speech at Willimantic Conn ast night that there are many more important things to attract the attention of the American ple than these congressional hearings He refused comment as to which of the two battling groups he sympathized with With the hearings in recess until Monday several more of the phone calls between Stevens and members and the McCarthy camp principals remained to go into the public records The calls were originally taken down in shorthand by Stevens secretarial staff Still to come are the calls of Sen and of McCarthy and his all were promised when the ings start again before the TV cameras Monday The hearings came to an explosive climax yesterday in r e a k i n g developments over Army charges that McCarthy and his staff sought preferential treatment for Schine he en- tered the Army and McCarthy that the Army used Schine as a hostage to halt investigation of communism in Army installations McCarthy has stepped off the inquiry group while it looks into the row In quick 1 Subcommittee senators placed transcripts of their monitored conversations with ens into the hearing record 2 McCarthy demanded that mington remove himself u a judge in the inquiry and step aside from the group because of his secret alignment with ens 3 Symington told reporters had not the slightest intention of disqualifying himself asserting there's nothing defensive about me He challenged McCarthy to take the issue to the Senate floor the hearings and chief counsel of the McCarthy subcommittee re- versed his previous stand releasing his calls until the Army put its calls within the branch ioto tot tost
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