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Waukesha Daily Freeman (Newspaper) - June 22, 1954, Waukesha, Wisconsin DAILY FREEMAN VOL 196 Greatest Newt and Advertising Medium WAUKESHA WIS TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 22 1954 14 Pages Price Five Churchill Still Hopes for Better Russ Relations LONDON Prime Minister Churchill declared today Britain does not propose to lose any op- of improving relations with Russia but this must be more than a one way affair He made the statement in reply to Laborite questioners just two days before he flies to Washington for a conference with President Eisenhower Churchill said plans for his ing with Eisenhower were under way before the Geneva conference on Korea and Indochina had bogged down Laborite William N Warbey ed the Prime Mr les U S Secretary of State pears to have misunderstood the purpose of this visit and will the Prime Minister make it clear that he is not going because he regards the Geneva conference as a Churchill The proposals to go to ington were made on April 20 be- fore the conference had hardly Churchill pointed out there would be no fixed agenda at the ington conference but I hope we can have an exchange of views on all subjects of major current im- portance The Churchill government faces a full dress foreign affairs debate in the House Wednesday Churchill and Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden are scheduled to fly to ington Thursday night The Prime Minister said in reply to questions from Laborite George he was glad to note that my recent speech to the Primrose League had been favorably re- Davis 5 Others To Fly With WASHINGTON Rep Davi said today he and fiv other Republican House member from Wisconsin will fly with Vic President Nixon to Milwaukee Sat to attend a GOP fund raisin dinner at which Nixon will speak Davis said the party will leav here at a m by a chartered Northwest Airlines plane arriving in Milwaukee about three hour later A return flight leaves for Washington Sunday at 10 The other House members w plan to be aboard the plane are Reps Smith Withrow Van Pelt Laird and Byrnes Sen Wiley will leav here Thursday for speeches in his reelection campaign and will at tend Sen McCarthy now is on vacation with Mrs and they also are expected to at tend in leading Soviet Union circles in the In his April 30 speech to the League Churchill said he wanted to establish links with the sians and hoped they enjoyed and would play a splendid part in the guidance of the human race At the same time the Prime Minister said that first in all our thoughts and duties is our ship and brotherhood with the Uni- ted States An authoritative source said Churchill is now ready to commit Britain to join the proposed east Asian defense alliance against communism after the Geneva con- ference adjourns Churchill's cabinet which met this morning was understood to have approved such a ment during Churchill's in Washington this coming weekend with President hower The Foreign Office declined on the report the com- will be extended Receives Term In State Prison A former town of Pewaukee resi dent Charles Bierman 24 was sen here today to one to two years in state prison for trans ferring mortgaged property and one year for issuing a worthless check The sentences are to run concur rently Municipal Judge Scott Low ry ruled Sentences were down after Bierman's probation was revoked and a state welfare department probation officer gave his report to the court Bierman who has been living in Milwaukee with his wife and five children was first brought into mu court July 3 1952 He charged at that time with the two offenses for which he was ed today Judge Lowry placed him on bation and ordered him to pay 598 in Falls Opens Sewer Bids FALLS Bids for construction work on the new sewage treatment plant here were opened Monday night The low bid of was submitted by Schmidt's Service Richfield Central Contracting co at Oshkosh submitted the second lowest bid of The third lowest bidder was Brodd tion co of Milwaukee which bid Consulting engineering company Ruekert and Mielke of Milwaukee will the bids over and present their findings to the village board for formal action probably at its next meeting on July 7 restitution plus court costs The judge was told today by the probation officer that Bierman has failed to pay any of the restitution or court costs In addition the probation officer reported Bierman has issued two more worthless checks while on probation borrowed 5310 on the strength of false statements has had fist fights with his relatives has drunk heavily and has red more debts In other municipal court cases Donald Ott 19 of 1000 Greenfield ave was fined and costs and had his drivers license revoked for six months for speeding He ed guilty Asst Dist Atty Clair Voss told the judge Ott has had three other speeding convictions within the past two years plus a warning ter about his driving record from the state motor vehicle ment Ott was arrested June 19 on Hy 16 in the town of Brookfield He was driving 65 m in a 50 zone Edward P Metoxen 27 go route 1 forfeited bail for driving too fast for conditions He was picked up June 13 in the town of Muskego while passing a car His car sideswiped one driven by Gordon W Sitowski 27 Waukesha route 5 WEATHER fair and pleasant tonight and Wednesday Low tonight north south High Wednesday around 80 north upper 80s extreme south Winds 20 m.p h west to northwest over northwest portion this afternoon tonight and Wednesday and westerly southeast this tonight and Wednesday be- coming variable Wednesday Minimum 62 Mean 75 Temperature range here high 86 low 65 Temperature range here a year high 85 low 55 Local Hourly Woman in Court Shy About Years OCONOMOWOC A tosa woman who gave her age as over 21 was fined and costs in Oconomowoc municipal court this morning for fishing without a license Miss Carol Tomlinson received the fine from Judge Alvin G Brendemuehl She was picked up June 14 by F A Stiglbauer kesha county deputy game den who discovered her fishing in Oconomowoc lake in the town of Summit In a second case today at Judge Brendemuehl continued a reckless driving case against John Kenaugh of land route 1 until Thursday was charged with the ing offense June 7 in Hartland August 1 Date Set for Verdict By Committee WASHINGTON ial jury in the hearings agreed today to try for a Aug 1 Sen Mundt announced after a meeting of the hearings subcommittee that there was a general recognition that unless findings are reached within a week after Congress adjourns it may be impossible to reach them until after the November election Mundt said the subcommittee had unanimously assigned Ray H Jenkins its special counsel and Charles Maner his aide to draft a balance sheet of testimony to guide the subcommittee in writing the report The balance Mundt ex- will list salient points of controversy between Sen thy and Army officials the pro and con points made in the mony and have an index showing where the pertinent evidence is to be found in the two million word record Mundt said Jenkins estimated he could complete the synopsis in three or four weeks The senator told a news ence that the subcommittee also agreed to consider at a later 1 Whether a demand by H Struve Hensel assistant secretary of defense for fuller vindication than he feels the subcommittee has given him merits special con- sideration in writing the official report or verdict 2 To ask the Defense ment why it has withheld for more than a year requested security clearance for two members of the regular staff of the Senate subcommittee which Carthy heads Mundt presided at 36 days of public hearings which sifted the welter of charges and denials which Sen McCarthy and Secretary of the Army Stevens and their aides exchanged The hearings wound up Thursday vith Sen Potter ng that each side had proved its main misconduct charges against he other These 1 By Stevens and Army selor John G Adams that Carthy and two subcommittee aides used improper pressures in special favors in the Army or Pvt G David Schine a former consultant 2 By McCarthy and his aides hat Stevens and Adams used chine as a hostage in efforts o blackmail McCarthy into ng an investigation of alleged Communists in the Army Mundt has notified all members that Ray H tins special counsel for the in- has agreed to assemble material to aid the senators in their report if the asks him to do so ions so far are that there will be t least Parts of County Damaged by High Winds and Heavy Rain Guatemala Asks Security Council To Curb Fighting UNITED NATIONS N Y The Guatemalan delegation to th U N reported today forces are driving back the ers on all sectors of- the fightin in Guatemala But the said aggression against continues and asked the Securit Council to take further measure against it Ambassador Eduardo Castillo Arriola announced through spokesman that nothing had bee done by the aggressors to with the Security Council resolu tion approved Sunday an end to the blood shed in Guate mala The ambassador reported hi government had sent a cable lat Monday to the informing th Security Council that aggression was continuing and asking th Council to do something about it The delegation did not request an other meeting of the council at thi stage In Washington it was that Guatemala had completely her complaint of for eign aggression Inter-American lodged with th Peace Commis sion Apparently this was done pending the effect of the U N ordered cease-fire The delegation spokesman said a barge loaded with war materiel machine guns dynamite sives and small weapons had been captured by Guatemalan govern ment forces at Puerto Barrios He said information receiver from his government this morning had stated another barge appar ently loaded with similar materie was standing off Puerto Barrios beyond the three-mile limit The spokesman said forces were in contact with the aggressors at Honduran border Chiquimula and they on were driving them back He said that two men para chuted into the Pacific port of Champerico and were captured by the government two divergent sets of We're not asking Jenkins to add p the totals and say guilty or not guilty for Mundt said Tie would list the evidence for us nd we would sit around the table ke members of a supreme court nd reach our own conclusions Engineer ies at Hospital PEWAUKEE Albert Daub 37 hief engineer at Oakton Manor led Sunday at Waukesha al hospital after a long illness He lived at Elmhurst Pewaukee le is survived by his wife Dorothy nee a son Thomas a aughter Jayne his parents Mr nd Mrs Albert T Daub and a rother Richard A Daub Funeral services will be ay at 2 p.m at the funeral home 101 E ave Milwaukee Interment ill be at Valhalla cemetery aukee The body will be at the home after 3 p.m ay Administration Opposes Denying Hiss Retirement Hour 7 8 9 10 U 12 1 2 Temps 66 70 73 75 77 79 80 81 WAUKESHA'S ALMANAC Wednesday June 23 Sunset p.m The moon at last quarter p.m rises p.m Arcturus high In south at sunset will be in the west VISIBLE Mars rises p.m Venus sets p.m Saturn in southwest p.m Circulation for Same Period a Year WMK WASHINGTON The hower administration today op- posed denying government ment pay to Alger Hiss or any convict who became entitled to it as a federal employe The administration stand prised many Congress members Rep Clardy said he was shocked aghast enraged boiling mad Rep St George called it inconceivable The administration's position was stated by the Bureau the Budget which customarily speaks for the President and the Civil Service Commission to a House civil ice subcommittee The subcommittee is considering bills applying specifically to Hiss and generally to all federal ers convicted of felonies involving moral turpitude Hiss former State Department official convicted of lying when he denied giving secret government documents to a War n Communist spy ring was invited to state his view on the proposal to take away his pension Through the Prison Bureau and an attorney he sent word from Lewisburg Pa prison that he did not wish to make a statement Hiss has a total government ice of 14 years months Under present law he will be entitled to retirement pay of a year starting Dec 1 1966 after he reaches age 62 Democrat Enters County Clerk Race A Pewaukee man today ed he will be a candidate for kesha county clerk in the fall tions He is Walter H Wolfgram 43 a resident of the Pewaukee area for 37 years and a former clerk Of waukee village A Democrat he is the first person to announce his the post now held by Richard L Sylvester Wolfgram is a member of the zoning board of appeals at kee He is employed in the ards department of a West Allis in- firm is a licensed time insurance salesman and ates -a monument business The candidate also claims counting experience as head of the bookkeeping department for the Wisconsin state agency of the Home Insurance co of New York He has worked as an accountant for a coal and dock co and has experience in industrial counting Married Wolfgram is the father of seven children He lives at 308 Main st in the village A graduate of Pewaukee high school the attended Milwaukee State Teachers college for several years of Local Church Dies Word was received here today of the death of the Rev Wylock J E Scott 45 former Carroll college student and at one time treasurer of St Luke's Evangelical Lutheran church in Waukesha At the time of his death Mr Scott was a missionary for the Evangelical Lutheran church ing out of New Amsterdam British Guiana South America St Luke's church here and the Reformation Evangelical Lutheran church in Milwaukee were sponsors of his work in the missionary field Mr Scott died June 17 at New Amsterdam British Guiana after a short illness caused by a heart condition He was buried at New Amsterdam He was to Have returned to the U S next month after three years in the mission field His wife Viola Bent Scott and two children Judith and Michael will return on the next ship i Freeman SUM Photo Turkoski left and Denning center receive award from insurance company representative Ray Callen Milwaukee Cost of Living In Slight Rise WASHINGTON govern ment reported today that living costs edged up of on per cent in May due to highe food prices The increase brought the compiled by the Bureau of Labo Statistics to 115.0 per cent of tb average or the same leve as was recorded for last August November and February In of last year it was 114.0 The increase meant no change in hourly wages for one million railroad workers whose pay are geared by labor contract to the May index They had stood o lose one cent an hour if the May index was below 114.8 The living cost increase be tween April and May was due chiefly to hikes in prices the wife paid at the corner store Foods rose in 45 out of the 46 cities surveyed averaging of one per cent higher for he month Higher prices for meats fresh fruits and vegetables rozen juices and canned orange juice were reported Housing costs advanced of one per cent This was due to an annual revision in the index to take of changing real estate taxes mortgage interest and fire ance charges Higher taxes con- mostly to this increase lents were up only slightly be- ween April and May Commissioner Ewan Clague of he Bureau of Labor Statistics said he May living cost increase didn't hange his estimate that the ry is experiencing considerable rice stability a condition he said ic expects to continue for some months to come Cleague said there have been orne quite sharp declines for cattle hogs wheat and other tuffs during June in the ry markets and this should soon mean somewhat lower retail rices especially for meats Today's living cost report said was selling at an average 1.18 a pound in May Clague said he price is still rising at retail ut there are some signs the m- rease at wholesale is slowing a it Part of the food price increase as seasonal with the coming to market of new crops of fruits and said that without this ood price increase living costs in iTay would have probably been un- hanged from April Dad Dies SANTA BARBARA Calif MB Edward Ma thews Sr father of Braves slugger Eddie died at his home early oday after a long illness Both Mrs Mathews and Eddie heir only child were at the ide Receives Credit For Saving Life Edward Manke 22 Pewaukee route 1 was credited today with saving his friend Harold Schulte 19 Sullivan route 1 from ing in Nashotah lake Monday Manke Schulte and two others James Schulte 17 Sullivan route 1 and Richard Schulte woc route 2 went swimming about 5 p.m Manke noticed Harold go un- der He swam to him took him to shore and revived him by using artificial respiration Deputies were dispatched to the scene when the Oconomowoc police department notified the sheriff's department The first report said a drowning had occurred After he regained consciousness Harold Schulte told deputies he must have gone off a ledge be- cause the water was too deep for him and he was unable to swim well enough to get back to shore The incident occurred east of Rogers sanitarium 12 Enter Service From Local Board Twelve registrants some of them volunteers were forwarded for in- duction from local draft board No 76 here Monday They Jerome A Salentine 24 sha route 4 Donald A Dusterhoft 23 John H 22 Waukesha route 5 Edward C Maile 22 of 322 Bidwell ave Harry Henry M Mierow 22 waukee route 2 Philip M Banda 22 Pewaukee route 1 Robert W Schmitter 22 Milwaukee route S Allen N Martin 22 Waukesha route 3 Maynard Clifford E Books 21 of 115 Carroll st Charles J ske Jr 21 Sussex John E Wierl 19 Sussex route 1 George W er 18 Mukwonago route 2 Deputies Win Honor Citation Sheriff's deputies Wayne Denning and Ray Turkoski today were awarded honorary certificates and letters of commendation for cap turing two armed robbers at a Merton liquor store Nov 27 1953 The awards were made by thi Great Central Insurance co thi firm winch insures the proprietor of the Merton Beer and Liquor store Turkoski and Denning captured Frank V Thomas 52 and Lean der J Fick 39 both of Milwaukee as the latter tried to rob the store The deputies walked into the dark cned store at night knowing the men inside were armed The certificates admit the two deputies to the Hall of es by the insurance firm to honor law enforcement officers risk their lives in line duty An accompanying letter Your community can be that you are part of the law en forcement agency that risks their lives if necessary to rid the com munity of criminals Thomas and Fick were later sen to state prison terms in municipal court here Frantic Caller Mixes Fugitives Chasers When two inmates of the Wisconsin School for Boys broke and ran off the grounds day afternoon a frantic phone er notified the sheriffs department that 10 or 12 boys were ing The incident happened at 3 -30 p m The sheriff's department notified city police But WSB officials ed up the boys before they got than a couple of blocks away Explanation of the frantic phone almost a dozen other inmates chased the two runaways trying to catch them and bring them back Bulk of Dunlap Estate Is Left to Widow Will Shows The bulk of an estimated estate left by Robert B Dunlap 0 who died here May 31 has been eft to his widow Gwyn it was re- today when will was for probate in county court The petition for administration tates that personal property totals and real estate vith an annual income on real ate estimated at The attorney for the estate H Frey son-in-law to Dunlap aid however the total estate both eal and personal does not exceed and that this figure may ary slightly either higher or r when each of his two children Mrs H Keith Frey Waukesha and Robert of Birmingham Mich the rest of the estate is set up in trust for the widow The children are named executor and executrix of the estate and also as trustees of the trust The will which was dated July inventory figures are Except for bequests of 100 shares in Milwaukee also vides that personal property such as an automobile wearing apparel household goods furniture ware jewelry pictures and ment of every kind is to go to the widow Dunlap was sales manager of the Schaler Manufacturing co of pun at one time and in recent years was active in local Water Floods Intersections In City Area Strong winds and lashing rain uprooted trees and tore down tele- phone and power lines in the north and west parts of the county day night but Waukesha city caped with only a thorough ing of more than one and a half inches of rain The storm did its greatest age between 7 p.m and 9 p.m with the city receiving 1.59 inches of rain in the two hour period The city engineer's office said it received only one complaint of a flooded basement that on Arcadian avenue near the Soo Line tracks A number of street in the city were flooded and ter Dick city engineer said Dopp at Moreland Center at Carroll Newhall at Walton and St Paul at Emily were the hardest hit areas Workers were called out when the storm struck here to keep catch basins clear and five crews of men were working today to clean up dirt and gravel washed down onto streets Dick said no trouble was experienced at the sewage disposal plant and that the storm sewer system carried off the heavy rainfall without trouble The Wisconsin Electric Power co said no complaints on lines down were received in the city and no power disruptions were reported Although some tree limbs were re- ported down no trees fell in city The Milwaukee office of the tric company reported failures in the county ever and the Wisconsin Telephone co in Waukesha said the toll line to Sullivan was disrupted and men were on the job from 10 p.m to 5 making repairs The power failures came In the Pewaukee area where 15 separate fuses were hit by lightning and another 30 failures occurred in the Merton Delafield and Summit area Another 20 cases of fuses be- ing blown after being struck by lightning were reported in the Hales Corners Durham Hill tion where residents were without power for one and a half hours Two wires were down at Durham Hill and one down at Dousman The company said a heavy volt transmission wire at Muskego was struck by lightning and was knocked out of order The county highway department reported that workers were on the job until 1 today clearing trees from highways mainly in the Summit and Oconomowoc area Workers were on the job again day sawing the fallen trees Ed Stephan highway said washouts on shoulders of highways were reported in the west and north parts of the county but that no serious damage to highway traffic occurred Trees were reported down on Hy P near the Pabst No 1 farm on Hy B west of the Sawyer road on Hy SS east of Pewaukee on Hy B west of Silver lake and at the Meadowbrook school south of Hy 30 near Hy G While wreaking heavy damage the storm end to heavy humid weather that has plagued southern Wisconsin for more than a week The fair weather of today is pre- to continue through day with low readings tonight of 55 62 in this part of the state and high SO's Wednesday in the upper Woman Dies at Home Near Dousman OCONOMOWOC Mrs Mary Berner 87 died Monday evening at her home on Dousman route 1 A native of Springfield sht vas married to the late John ner on May 6 1889 at Thompson Washington Surviving are five sons John Jr of Chicago Paul of Elgin HI eph of Woodstock DL Edmund of Dousman route 1 Francis of St Louis Mo two daughters Mrs ohn Cleary Hartford and a Berner Dousman route 1 12 grandchildren and seven grandchildren Funeral services Thursday at 9 m from St Bruno's Catholic hurch Dousman the Rev ence Jung officiating Burial will e in Mount Hope cemetery Elgin HJ Friends may call at the funeral home fter 3 p.m Wednesday A parish ment serving as a county will be held at f Waukesha Motor co stock to supervisor for about 15 years p.m
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