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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - December 14, 1953, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin THE For Cloudy ami eoM wHn MOW flurries tonight and Local weather facto for M hours preceding 7 32; IMy Tribune V E ifV NEWS P E INK VONCA Okla. City police believe bottle of purple kept In s grocery ufe which WM May lead to the capture of the Felice the Ink WM ail over the and probably on the thieves too during the Fortieth Wisconsin December Single Copy Seven Centi Balky Americans Turn Down Interview Dates Next Bikini H-Bomb Test May Have Power of Over 2 Million Tons of TNT Participate in Second Christmas Sing Central Wisconsin residents at Lincoln Fieldhouse strong Sunday afternoon to sing and listen to the songs that exemplify the spirit and meaning of Christmas at the second an Community Christmas Sing sponsored by the Wisconsin Rap ids Daily Tribune and Radio tion The record audience was unusually significant in view of the icy road conditions throughout the Fifteen representing as many churches of all faiths in the four high school choral groups and five grade school choruses cooperated in the event Accidents on Streets jure Trio Icy in the interest of helping to Christ Back Into Highlights on the program were two numbers by the massed choir combined with the junior the opening Come All Ye and the ancient Christmas carol to under the direction of Donald Lincoln High School choral A special treat this year was the inclusion of the junior organized and directed by Miss Carol grade music In addition joining the massed choir in three selections this group of sixth through eighth graders sang four children's Christmas The final was very effective as The Bethlehem Star appeared above the singers in the ened Audience singing of the ite yuletide songs and age old ols was directed by Bernard T. Wet snow that packed and local Chamber of Com- Inj up streets and highways merce manager and city band di- heavily to the weekend Ten crashes were Accompanists for the program ported by city and county Arthur organist Two persons received multiple By ELTON C- FAY WASHINGTON hydrogen blast the United States plans for the Bikini Atoll test this spring may exceed the total power of all bombs dropped by the huge Air Forces in World War That figure was slightly over two million tons of dent Eisenhower said in his speech Tuesday to the United Nations General Assembly that weapons are in the range of millions of tons of The Bikini demonstration well may help resolve any doubts left after that speech about the need for international atomic although the test was not devised for the primary purpose of giving the world's citizens the of atomic warfare and Planned long before Eisenhower took office as it will be another stage of the progressive stepup in hydrogen The test at Bikini will show what could happen to the United States as well as to Russia in a war with hydrogen awesome argument for atomic The last atomic explosion at Bikini probably will by a puny little pop. The two test bombs used there in the 1946 tests had an energy equivalent to about tons of An bomb sank crushed others with the shock set others to An ter burst sent big a battleship and other vessels to the But neither left any mark on the islands fringing the COMMUNITY combined massed choir and ior chorus of nearly 900 voices is shown in the above picture taken during the second annual Community Christmas Sing at Lincoln Fieldhouse on Sunday Bernard T. Ziegler can be seen directing the audience Jerry playing and Arthur Houston are shown in the second Staff cuts and bruises in an accident night on a town of Rudolph five miles north Saturday the Moravian and Jer ry student and assistant organist at Immanuel Lutheran James program of Wisconsin In j ur at was master were Bernard 56, his 51, of Rt. 1, Ru Mrs. whose hea struck the windshield of the car is a patient at Riverview Hos County police said was driving the car when i skidded sideways into the lef ditch and hit the ditch bank and a then bounced back on to the He told he lost control when he applied the brakes while meeting er car whose headlights blinded Damage to the auto was se at Struck By Auto Mrs. Amelia 80, 1011 Wisconsin was slightly in jured at p.m. Saturday when she was struck by a car while crossing the intersection and Baker A police re indicated that she bruises and contusions of the knees and right but was no The driver of the Jack V 26, 1831 Baker go ing west on apparently did not see Mrs. Hahn until it was too late to the report Damage estimated at re suited from a collision at 9th and Grape at p.m. Sunday involving cars driven by 41, 930 9th St. S. nd John E. 18, 240 St. S. Frank 17, Port Ed told police late Saturday night that a car struck his auto on a curve at the inter section of 2nd and 10th S. causing to his Damage Colliding at a.m. Sunday at 3rd Ave. N. and Jackson St. cars driven by Steve R. Kubacki 36, Rt. 1. and Marjorie Van Al 4th Ave. sustain ed Turning from 8th St. S. onto Grape St. Sunday a car driven by Pat A. 17 slid into a car by Loran 711 8th St. causing Cars driven by Charles R 29, 210 16th Ave. and Claude W. 35, Tomahawk 11 Gift What gift could yon give that would be enjoyed 865 days In the The answer is simple and More and more Central consin residents are finding that a gift subscription to the Wisconsin Rapids Dally Trl bane not only solves their shopping problems tart also Id a With each gift a gay greeting card is Can The to of Of the original 17 choirs listed as two from Ad- Lutheran and St. Joseph's forced to withdraw because of pressing church Choirs taking part were First Faith Immanuel St. John's St. Luke's First St. John's Evangelical and First Peter Paul Ca and Calvary all of Wisconsin Trinity theran of Port of Rural and Congregational of Ad- High schools represented by choruses were Lincoln and 11 Christmas Lighting Contest Announced Prizes totaling will be of- again this year in the Chamber of Commerce's mas home lighting Chamber Manager B. T. Ziegler announced A first a second prize and five prizes will be awarded in each of two religious and The deadline for entering the contest will be 5 p.m. Dec. 21. Judging will done shortly thereafter by a panel of judges yet to be Householders Wisconsin Nekoosa and Port Edwards may enter the by filling out the entry blank to be found elsewhere in this issue of The Tribune and bringing or mailing it to the Chamber BOARD MEETS Revised plans for the west side school will be presented by of Childs at the December meeting of the Wisconsin Rapids Board of- Education at Disagree on Whether All Security Risks Out FORT Tex. Gen. Herbert Brownell says he thinks all suspected Reds have been cleaned out of the govern But Sen. McCarthy Brownell said in a transcribed Texas radio speech Sunday night he believes all federal employes suspected of Communist tenden cies have think that they are all out of government he said on the state Republican committee's weekly to Security program the President has ised that within the coming year we will have completed the em ploye security program so that the people can be sure that none of them are left in those that are we are going to go after them sep the attorney general de- chairman of the Senate tions said on the the television pro gram Sunday night more es are being fired on loyalty grounds every Job Not Ended The administration heading in the right in subversives from but don't think the job is Brownell said of the first things that President Eisenhower did when he came into office was to set up an employe security I am glad to say when Mrs. Albert Meier Dies Here Sunday Mrs. Leota 57, wife of Albert Meier of Wisconsin died at Sunday after- noon at Riverview She tad been hospitalized since Dec. Funeral arrangements are in charge of the Bergman Funeral at where the was Soviet Ambassador Schedules Appointment With State Official WASHINGTON j Ambassador Georgi N. Zarubin scheduled afternoon ment today with Un- der Secretary of State Walter B. The appointment was arranged at request but a Soviet embassy spokesman said do not it is in connection with President Eisenhower's posal to pool atomic materials tor The Soviet while ruling out this as a topic of con- gave no hint about the subject which would be In the nearly all visits by Soviet ambassadors to the State Department have been in tion with Russia's overdue lease account of nearly 11 billion dollars with the United It learned that the United States and Russia recently have exchanged views on the old problem of These exchanges have not been made public but probably will be some time Tuesday according to present The United States has ed that Russia return promptly 186 naval craft and small vessels loaned to it during the At the same the United States has set a sum of 800 million lars as a for the lend-lease account as a Russia has offered a mum of 300 the first report came out about a month it showed that 456 security risks have been ed from the government since took Brownell said he out those on the Harry ter White case because ple of this country are entitled to know what goes on in their GOP National Committeeman H. J. Porter of Houston asked whether Brownell's depart ment would to expose other Brownell think we will have to be- 11 Hold Corcoran Services Here Funeral services for James A. prominent midwestern lumberman and a native of this will be held here at 10 a.m. followed by inter- ment in Calvary The Rt. Rev. Msgr. C. W. Gille is to officiate at the requiem mass in Peter Paul Mr. Corcoran died at his home in early Saturday after a two-year illness with a heart He was 67. Following services at Webster at 10 a.m. the body is to brought here and will lie at the Krohn Berard chapel from ate afternoon until the hour of services Wednesday Prayers will be said at Tuesday evening by the Knights of Columbus and Catholic Order of Mr. a former man of the State Conservation Commission and once Democratic national committeeman from was born in in Rapids Aug. 31, 1886. His Mr. and Mrs. Corcoran were pioneer settlers He married Mabel Gauthier of ville on June 1, 1914 and they a home at Survivors include the one two Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Robert three John Dennis and the Rev. Charles T. S. at one Mrs. Anne Wisconsin and four He was preceded in death by his one Floyd one Sister Mary Honora of the Notre Dame Milwaukee and one William G. INJUNCTION RULING WASHINGTON State courts are barred from issuing Injunctions to enforce state labor laws which parallel the Hartley the Supreme Court ruled unanimously Defense Fund Key fo Budget Says WASHINGTON Sen. Knowland said today the fate of budget balancing and possible tax reduction efforts will depend on how much President Eisenhower asks Congress to vote in defense the Senate can said in an interview he expects lawmakers to be en Thursday figures on the over- all defense outlay for the year beginning July 1. White House talks with key Republican bers of Congress on the adminis legislative program for 1954 begin on that Up to Defense we get the dations of the Defense Depart ment and the Joint Chiefs oJ Staff on the military it will be difficult to come to grips with other budget Knowland The proposed budget drafted by Defense Secretary Wilson and his subordinates was placed be fore the President but details have been closely guard ed. there is speculation that the 1954 military budget may drop below 40 billion about 2 billion dollars less than for the current Even if there is such a Sen. Byrd the government is likely to wind up this year with a hefty deficit and he can't see any road open to tax reductions beyond those that will be made automatically Jan. 1. These include the end of profits taxes on business and re- 11 4 Persons Die In Accidents By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Four persons died in weekend accidents in Frank 60, of was killed Sunday night when he was struck by a go and North Western passenger train at a crossing in William 65, of was killed Saturday when he drove his auto out of a farm driveway into the path of another on Highway 59 near North Prairie in Waukesha Roy F. 30, of was killed when his car left Highway 32 south of Kenosha and struck a Burton 21, died of injuries suffered Friday night when his car went out of control and overturned on way 42 at the city limits of Two Sometime next when the seasonal change comes in the direction of the trade which can carry radioactive con long the face of the atoll may change in a fierce and fleeting The release of a force equal ing two or more millions of tons of exploding TNT could erase all trace of not only one but possibly several of the islands fringing the There were never denied by the Atomic En ergy that the 1952 test of a relatively small hydro gen device destroyed the island upon which the device was That island was in the Eniwetok where the AEC has been conducting It Kline Claims Farm Bureau Has Answers CHICAGO President Al Ian B. Kline said today the an convention of his American Farm Bureau Federation would give the answer to the question of what kind of gram farmers The he will not be what members of the ful House Agriculture Committee came up with in recent farm area The committee will have much to say about new farm legislation the Eisenhower administration will seek at the coming session of Want Parity Plan The congressional committee said it learned that most ers want present 90 per cent of price supports con for major Parity is a standard for suring farm declared by law to be fair to farmers in re- lation to prices they who has had several sal clashes with members of the House said the Farm Bureau convention opening here would stand pat in its op- position to use of the evel price floors after 1954, and would again endorse a system of flexible or variable Some delegates from southern 11 Witness Is Branded Spy By McCarthy NEW YORK Joseph McCarthy told a witness today that his refusal to answer questions branded him a spy and The witness was Albert Soco of Long N. J. a slightly built bespectacled man said he worked from 1942 to 19-r at the Army's Evans Signal La Ft. N. J. The senator's subcommittee L probing alleged espionage at th Army At a public the refused to answer questions con espionage and He cited the Fifth Amend declaring he would not an swer on the ground of possible self Called Traitor are in effect telling the country that you are a ar espionage and that you ar indulging in understand The witness said you were in Communis Russia today and accused of be ing a spy for the United States you would not have a McCarthy Socol declined to During another So col I understan the Fifth Amendment is fo the innocent as well as the gui Refuses Testimony Socol refused to answer wheth er he was a member of the Com munist party or spied against th United States while working a Ft. whether he executed atom spy Julius Rosen berg or engaged in with whether he now is en gaged in whethe Communist meetings were hel in his and whether he re signed or was suspended from his Ft. Monmouth He refused to testify concerning a man named Harry Me Carthy described Hyman as underground agent for the Com At the request of Socol and an other Morris Savitt o newsreel and kinescope picture taking were halted during their Held Federal Jobs an electrical engineer said he had formerly worked for the Army Corps of Engineers he Brooklyn Navy and the 11 Beloit Man Jailed on Tipsy Driving Charge Winton L. 34, Be was committed to the county for 60 days by Justice Gerald W. Hierl Saturday on his plea of no contest to a charge of driv ng while under the influence of He was unable to say a fine and costs lis driver's license was cally revoked for one Hofmeister was arrested last Friday night on Highway 73 in 3ort Edwards by county police following an Trucker From Eao Fined for Wire Damage Ervin 37, Eau owner of a truck which ripped electric wires from two houses on W. Grand Ave. last Tuesday was fined plus costs in Gerald W. justice court this He pleaded guilty to a charge of loading the truck higher than the legal limit of 12 feet 6 Dodge also must pay to the Water Light an electrician and one er for the damage caused an load of Christmas trees hooked the wires and ped them from the Police at first believed that Dodge's truck was responsible for similar damage two other houses in a different section of W. Grand but ft was later established that the two accidents occurred several noun Indian General Says PWs Bid To Stall Talks PANMUNJOM Gen. K. S. said oday he believes the 22 American prisoners of the Korean war who refuse to quit he Communists are attempting o permanently stall off Allied attempts to coax them said the Indian com- mand would make every effort o get the explanations but there was little possibility they would get under way in less than four or five Time Runs Out Time is fast running explanation period ends Dec. 23. Only hours before they were scheduled to meet with American explanation the 22 balky Americans refused to meet with They said they won't leave their barbed wire compounds unless fellow South Korean ers also agree to attend the This South Koreans have refused to do for three The Neutral Nations tion headed by met for an hour studying protests filed by both the South Korean and American Charges Absurd labeled absurd some of the South Korean com- plaints and said they only could have been made to stall the ex- The Korean were insisting on the right to make and long statements to He said 21 of 22 balky cans signed a petition asking that points be in the South Korean POWs The general said the cans asked that their one fellow POW who didn't sign the petition go before the but that 11 Youths Admit Area Thefts The arrest of two youths in Clark County has cleared up a series of car breaking in Wood nearby Sheriff Ar- thur E. Berg reported Berg said he gained admission of the crimes from Frederick J. who implicated lace 20. Both are from They face larceny charges in on the basis of information Berg received in questioning may also be charged with offenses in Portage and Jackson the sheriff ed taking part in thefts from several autos at the Skyway town of Port on Oct. 7. Entered were the autos of mond from a cigaret lighter and about 1.75 in cash was ald Rt. 1, purse or taken from a and woman's ng bowling bag and ball Merlin taken from woman's nd Lawrence wo leather jackets Other admitted thefts in which County residents were the included two guns n from the car of Arthur and taken rom purses in the car of Ed Rt. 4, both of which entered Oct. 15 in the Ballroom parking lot near ens and a shotgun taken the same night from the car of Ronnie while parked at Hatfield in Jackson Berg said that all of the stolen goods which has been recovered is being held by Clark County authorities until after disposition of charges against the youths The questioning took place Friday night at with Officer Donald Sleeter PUGNACIOUS all happy having Ms slumber Mack hear poses reluctantly with hta Kristin Port The presented Friday to the Donn by EH Nicholas of won't he la that comfy for Over Kristin's who has Already frown oat of the wlH move to a new at the Harrison at Matt JEWS PA PER I
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