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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 7, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol., 27, no. 50 Racine wis., sunday april 7, 1957 76 pages-5 sections-10 cents Earth satellite provokes Row about secrecy Washington in assistant defense Secretary Murray Snyder indicated saturday the press will be allowed to cover the launching of the first . Earth satellite if adequate Advance Security arrangements can be made. Washingtonian the military is embroiled in a dispute Over whether the press should be barred from the launching of the first u. S. Earth satellite it was Learned saturday. President Eisenhower May have to Settle it. The controversy broke into the open when rear adm. Rawson Bennett chief of naval research said it is his intention to bar the press from witnessing the historic event. Rep. John e. Moss a Cali chairman of a House subcommittee on Freedom of informal i o a denounced Bennett s stand As ridiculous and he said he would feel differently if safety or secrecy were involved. Informed sources said the air Force also is opposed to allowing the press to witness the launching. May see missiles the air Force argument is that the reporters might see some of the super secret u. S. Missiles at the Florida base which is the air Force s missile test Center. However Navy officials of higher rank than rear adm Bennett Are known to favor admitting the press. Defense depart Mem for mation officials favor not Only letting the press witness the actual launching but a. Test firing to take Patrick air Force base soon possibly in the next month or six weeks. More Moon data additional details about the satellite itself were revealed by Robert c. Baumann of the naval research Laboratory saturday at the Spring meeting of the american rocket society. He said the satellite s Core made up of a magnesium Alloy skin stretched Over a tubular superstructure will contain Many delicate instruments in a roughly circular package measuring less than 10 inches in diameter. On the Shell Are four microphones a solar cell an Ion chamber plus erosion Tern Pesature and pressure gauges four 29-Inch antennas poke out of the sphere at 90-degree intervals around its Equator. / live to be 90, Truman declares Topeka Kan. In former president Truman who will be 73 on May 8, said saturday night he is going to live to be 90." Truman made the statement in connection with the two party system. He said the system is the Best available and it will be in every state before i die. And i am going to live to be 90." m Carthy May lose in 58 says Wiley Dairy group of s program Chicago of the newly formed National dairymen s association officially approved its name and Aims saturday pledging to replace federally supported parity with Farmer financed Cost of production guarantees. Representatives from 20 states wound up a two Day organization convention by designating 15 milk producing areas each supposedly equal in total production across then Tion. A 15-Man National Board of directors one from each area was created to govern the association. Basically the association Hopes to enlist support of 51 per cent of the nation s Dairy banners. Spokesmen said fed eral Laws provide that the association then could become bargaining agent for All Dairy men subject to Federal Regula Tion such As that applied to utilities. The group s official policy statement said its principal aim was to undertake to do for ourselves what government has attempted but failed to do with great expense to the general tax the group said its action should not affect the Price of fluid milk on the consumer level metro sewerage Appeal before supreme court Wisconsin s supreme court will decide thursday if it will accept an Appeal of a Racine county court ruling dismissing a petition for creation of a metropolitan sewerage District to include Racine Sturtevant and parts of the town of it. Pleasant. If the state s High court decides to hear the Appeal it then will consider whether the decision of judge William e. Gramling sitting for judge Francis e. Wendt to dismiss the petition was Correct. A petition with 2,059 Signa Tures was filed May 9, 1956, for formation of the District. On the Day of the hearing june 5, 1956, the City filed a petition to withdraw 619 of the signatures. The remaining 1,440 names were less than the number needed before the court could consider the merits of forming the District. Cite time element attorneys for the original petitioners argued the City presented the withdrawal petition too late and judge Gramling should consider the merits of a metropolitan District. Judge Gramling ruled however that the ii withdrawal petition was presented legally and proponents of the District consequently did not have enough sign ers. The supreme court first will consider the Contention of City atty. Thomas Corbett and asst City atty. Jack Harvey that the Appeal was not made within the 20-Day limit after the nil ing therefore the court should not consider Gramling s Deci Sion. If that argument fails the City and attorneys for the proponents of a metropolitan District will argue whether judge Gramling s ruling was Correct. In a Brief prepared for the High court attorneys for the District contended 1 signers did not have an absolute right to withdraw their names and that it prejudiced the rights of their co petitioners. 2 an elector does not have the right to object to formation of a metropolitan District. 3 the time of filing the withdrawal petition should be considered. 4 signers of the petition did not necessarily have to be persons who actually voted for governor at the last election. In summing up their first Contention the attorneys said turn to Page col. 3 Homeowner Ike goes shopping ge1tysburg, a. # president Eisenhower uttered around a Garden Supply shop in a department store for 45 minutes saturday just As Mil Lions of other homeowners do at this time of year. He spent about $5 on Green bean and pea seeds and for insecticides for use on Rose Bushes and against japanese beetles. He also looked into prices for about 500 feet of wire fencing for his farm but made no immediate Purchase. Eisenhower did his shopping at Chambersburg pa., 25 Miles West of Gettysburg. 4 drown Bryan Texas we four persons drowned saturday when their car overturned on a Bridge and plunged into water about six feet deep. Knocks Down prosecutor William Lucas 21, of san Francisco Bent Over county prosecutor Jack Berman foot in air left after he had knocked him Down in Superior court saturday after a jury verdict which convicted Lucas Mother mrs. Rose Lucas 46, of voluntary manslaughter for the fatal shooting of her Highway patrolman husband Joseph Lucas on dec. 5. At extreme right with a look of anguish on her face was Lucas sister mrs. Irene Giusto. A wire photo vet Era its h onor two in Man of year awards a dual Man of the year award will be made sunday night at the Racine Home show in memorial Hall. The presentation will be made at 9 p. M. On the main Hall stage. The judge s committee has named Don h. Black As the iving Man of the year and George j. Westrich for a posthumous award. W. C. Reynolds chairman of the selection committee named by the veterans of foreign wars pointed out Black was selected because of his numerous efforts for the Good of the Community past and present through affiliation and Active Don h. Black George Westrich raise threat of court fight if mail service is curtailed Washington of Post master general Arthur e. Sum j Merfield saturday was threatened with court action if he carries out his plan to ban third class mail As part of his budget dispute with Congress. The threat was made by the associated third class mail users. Third class mail consists chiefly of books advertising circulars and bulk mail. Summerfield has warned the House that unless it gives him $47,000,000 to meet expenses Between now and july 1, third class mail saturday mail deliveries and other services will have to be discontinued. Harry Maginnis executive manager of the association said a three month halt in third class mail advertising alone would cause a 4,\w0,-000,000 loss to business mostly Small firms and would re sult in the Layoff of several million people. Summerfield quickly replied that he would regret a halt in third class mail. But he said unfortunately we have no alternative since our expend Tures must be Cut to live within the amounts made available to us by the he said the Post office department s counsel says we can legally embargo third class Summerfield has issued hold for release orders effective a week from saturday if Congress does not meet his Money request. In this Section local 4, 6 20 a Friar 21 late Telegraph news pages 2,3,11,12,13,14,15 participation in Many civic organizations. The judges voted the posthumous award to Westrich be cause of his Long activity in civic affairs religious organizations and sports on behalf of youth and the betterment of the Community. As assistant to the president of Western printing & Litho graphing co., Black has played a role in the printing Industry which is vitally important to the City of Racine said the judges. Black is a past president and present director of Goodwill inc. He is past chairman of the Racine chapter of the american red Cross and its enrolment drive. He has served As division chairman of the Racine Community Chest Campaign and As president of the Racine girls professional Ball club and Racine sports inc. Helped Many crusades the judges note Black s Long list of associations with Community service organizations kiwanis and rotary clubs and the City club he has served on committees in the crusade for Freedom and the Wisconsin heart fund As a director of the Racine welfare Council the curative workshop and recently retired from his position As a director of the Racine chamber of Commerce. Black is a member of the recreation commission and was chairman of the korean clothing drive in 1954. During world War ii Black received an award of Merit from the Navy for meritorious civilian service. He has served As chairman and publicity representative for friends of the Racine sym phony orchestra. Black is a member of holy communion English lutheran Church Racine elks club Western welfare association the Western Twenty year club and Western foremen s club. Professionally Black has been recognized by his selection As president and director of the lithographic technical foundation a director of the printing Industry of America inc., and the National association of photo lithographers. In noting Westrich s service turn to Page to col 7 new industries expansion plans to be unveiled Racine Industrial plants planning to expand Here new industries considering locating facilities in Racine and a plan of action to Spur further Industrial development will be unveiled thursday april 25, at the annual meeting of the chamber of Commerce. Chamber president George wheary jr., who is also head of the chamber inspired Racine Industrial development committee said the annual meeting will Mark the beginning of the action phase of the committee s development program. Set for action we re ready now for an intensive and realistic program to bring new Industry to Racine and expand facilities Al ready operating Here he said. The dinner meeting with the theme where to Racine will be held at 6 30 . In Dania Hall. Darrell Wright Secretary manager said reservations Are due april 20. At the meeting wheary said some local firms will make announcements of planned Plant expansion. Other announcements May be made wheary said of outside firms intending to locate facilities in this area. Climaxes year s study dramatized form will be used to present the committee s recommendations for expanding Racine s economic base he said. The program will review groundwork Laid by the committee since it was formed Early last year. A detailed outline of the committee s plans for 1957 will be presented to show the comprehensive and aggressive program developed wheary said. Racin area Industrial development leaders will speak at the program along with Robert l. Koob director of the governor s division of Industrial development. Awol go 67, gives self up Charlotte Mich. In Perry Hunt Roseburg ore., saturday turned himself Over to the army As being absent without leave. He was 60 when he went Over the Hill in 1950. Hunt said he left the army As a Corporal because he had ulcers and a hernia and the army would t do anything about he said he turned himself in for the Sake of his 6-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter and to Clear the Hunt said he spent a total of 18 years in the army from 1912 to 1950. His last enlistment he said was in 1948 when he was 58. He was sent to Japan and returned to the United states in 1950. Iran tribesmen raid Airport near Oil Field Tehran # armed tribesmen attacked the civil Airport at Ahwaz in Western Iran s Oil Field area reports said. They said an Airport guard was killed in a two hour gun Battle before the tribesmen were driven off. Law to ask 4-Day week Atlantic City n. in United Auto workers chief Walter Reuther disclosed saturday that the Union would demand a four Day work week in contract negotiations next year. Reuther said the Union membership was overwhelmingly in favor of a Shorter week not a Shorter the Law president also said the Auto Industry would be asked for higher take Home . He did not specify How much. Reuther said he Felt that a wage increase would not result in higher prices for 1959 cars. The Union obtained a form of guaranteed wage in the 1955 negotiations. The current three Vear contract expires in june of 1958. Reuther s report to be presented today also contained his plan for a watchdog Public review Board to police Union activities and guard against any irregularities. Prof. Edwin e. Witte retiring labor economist at the University of Wisconsin was named to the committee. The group would have Board Powers to conduct investigations on Union irregularities and modify or reverse any decisions of the Union s executive Board of membership grievances. Calls Wisconsin marginal state in next election Madison up sen. Alexander Wiley a wis said saturday night that Wisconsin republicans could lose in 1958 the u. S. Senate seat now held by Joseph Mccarthy the state s Junior gop senator. Wiley at a news conference that preceded an address before a conference of the Midwest federation of Young republicans said Wisconsin is one of the so called marginal states that could go Republican or democratic in the 1958 election. I m not mixing in the primary fight Wiley said. It is up to the people to decide whom they want to elect and not for a Mere group to dictate who can be refers to 56 Wiley obviously was referring to the 1956 Wisconsin Republican party convention which refused to endorse him and instead gave its support to Glenn Davis of Waukesha. Wiley Defeated Davis in the primary and then won re election Over state sen. Henry Maier of Milwaukee the democratic candidate. Wiley told the Young republicans the gop faces a Tough Wiley Mccarthy Jaycees install new president James t. Mcdonald april 27 newly elected president of the Racine Junior chamber of Commerce James t. Mcdon Mcdonald Aid 7008 Northwestern ave., will be installed saturday april 27, at a dinner dance in the elks club. Mcdonald succeeds Alfred Bent. The new president is Active in state Jaycee affairs As chairmen of the orientation and membership committees he has been a first vice president of the Racine group and a member of its Board of directors. Other Jaycee officers Are Arthur Paulson first vice president and Gilbert Nelson second vice president. Elected to the Board Are Harold Jones Roland Dretzka Thomas Goetz Lee Thiery and William bal Bock. A treasurer Secretary and a member of the Board of directors is to be appointed by Mcdonald fight for control of the 86th Congress. We have rarely faced a tougher problem so far As the Battle for the 86th Congress is conc e r n e a he said. Wiley urged the Young gop to abandon isolationism because people will vote against us if they have the idea we Are part of the sen. Wiley urged the Young republicans to attract the allegiance of a political Gold mile of about 42 million votes either inactive or this Large number of voters did not go to the polls in the 1956 presidential election he said. Without Ike we Are going to the polls without that great Standard bearer Dwight d. Eisenhower in 1960, Wiley continued. We should have however the same mass of Independent voters whom Ike attracted and whom we definitely need to win he said. We need the Independent voters to win. We need the aging voters. That does not mean that we forsake our Republican standbys. But it does mean that we must broaden the base of our party and not run it As an exclusive social Racine area weather sunday april 7, 1951 generally fair and a Little warmer in the afternoon. Winds becoming Northwest 10 to 20 sunday. Monday partly Cloudy and with Snow flurries in North portion cold the

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