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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 14, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 27, no. 51 Racine wis., sunday april 14, 1957 74 pages-5 Section-10 cents settles crisis in . Will keep doors open to some refugees Washington in the state department announced saturday it will continue to admit limited numbers of hungarian refugees during the next few months and also will help resettle still More in other countries. Reports that this country was shutting its doors was re demands ouster of postmaster Washington a rep. John Lesinski d Micha member of the House Post of fice committee demanded saturday that postmaster general Arthur e. Summerfield resign for halting saturday mail deliveries and making other Cut backs in postal service. Furthermore Lesinski said. Summerfield should be prosecuted under the anti deficiency Law which is designed to Pun ish government officials who so mishandle their agencies Money that acute shortages result. Summerfield ordered the cutback on grounds that his department has nearly run out of Money and Congress has not yet voted it More. Backlog piles up meanwhile summer i e 1 d made Good on his threat to halt regular mail deliveries Satur Day and follow this up with other postal service cutbacks monday because Congress failed to give his department an extra $47,000,000 in operating funds. Across the nation Post offices closed and letter carriers failed to make their appointed rounds. Only a trickle of mail most of it special delivery let ters got through. Chairman Clarence Cannon of the House appropriations committee charged that sum Merfield had no justification whatever for cutting postal services. He said the Post office department actually has $449,-180,000 in Cash on hand to keep running until july 1 when it will get its annual appropriation for the new fiscal year and since the appropriations committee has voted the department an extra $41 million Cannon said there was no occasion for Summerfield Tak ing this unprecedented step.". Summerfield has insisted that he cannot count on Actu ally getting the extra funds however until both House and turn to Page 2, col. 1 ported to have caused despondency among refugees in Camps in Austria. A. Roland Elliott immigration director of Church world service said there Are a few thousand More refugees who clearly should be brought into the United select parolees the state department said those selected for admission As parolees from Austria and other countries where they Are awaiting Asylum will be chosen on two major bases 1. Hardship cases such As those involving broken 2. Special interest cases such As scientists engineers etc., whose skills will enable them to be integrate readily into the american it said this country already has accepted More than 31,000, or nearly 20 per cent of All who fled their country in the Wake of the hungarian Freedom re Volt. The department also said the United states has helped to re Settle More than 100,000 hungarians in other countries and will continue this assistance. The announcement added that Austria has indicated it can absorb Between 20,000 and 30,000, and said asked legislation the us. Government Hopes that with the acceptance of additional refugees by the other countries which have been assisting in the emergency All the refugees will have been provided for in the president Eisenhower has asked Congress for legislation to admit additional thousands not Only from Hungary but other communist Block nations. However prospects of congressional action Are Uncertain. Elliott voiced Earnest Hope that Eisenhower would let additional refugees in by executive order even if Congress fails to act. He said that Church world service Relief Arm of the National Council of churches feels the 31,000 already admitted constitute an acceptable share of the 170,000 who fled Austria. Weather brisk but Ike golfs Gettysburg a. Up president Eisenhower got in a round of Golf saturday in brisk weather. He played at the Gettysburg country club and did t look to be in top form judging from the three putts he could be seen taking on the ninth Green. May take Suez canal Issue to u.n., Diplomat reports picture on Page 2 a Washington in italian ambassador manlio Brosio said saturday after a state department conference that the possibility of taking the Suez anal problem to the United nations Security Council is under he made the statement after a "45-minute talk with Deputy undersecretary of state c. Douglas Dillon government officials had re in this Section local 4, 6 20 Eriar 21 late Telegraph news pages 2,3,7,8,9,12,13,14 journal times photos kiwanis club Cooks Jack Dechristophe Pancake Day chairman Cecil Madden supervisor of Cooks and Patrick Coulter left to right in upper photo test their new griddles slightly larger than the Home variety. Three of the engineers who designed the machines George Aschauer Gordon Vanremmen and James Jude left to right in lower photo Check the complicated automatic equipment. Kiwan ians design super griddles for pancakes underprivileged kids t will hold second drive in november the Myca will conduct a Campaign in november for $750,000 in order to build a Structure that will meet the needs of the growing youth population of Racine c. S. Anderson president of the Board announced. Anderson said that move was approved unanimously by a group which included the Myca Board steering committee and leading citizens assembled at a special session to discuss the building situation. Cut original figure original estimates were for a $3,500,000 building but that was reduced to $3,000,000 of which $1,700,000 is available in Cash and pledges from the first Campaign $750,000 additional will be raised and the balance of $550,000 represented in a mortgage to be taken on the service features of the new building. Such features would be the residence Coffee shop and health club. Details of the fall Campaign will be worked out by the Myca Board of directors. Anderson told the planning group history is repeating it Reading from the old Racine daily Call of june 30, 1914, Anderson quoted s. C. Johnson who then headed a concerted Community drive to build what is the present Myca building the present Myca building is miserably inadequate and inefficient to meet the demand of Young men and boys of Racine. If this Campaign fails it Means discouragement if not disaster to other Community work. Let everyone come Forward and have an Opportunity in making this Campaign a Success. Success Means still greater things for greater Racine. This project must Anderson used much the same language in pointing out that much work and Public support must yet be accomplished before the Complete fulfilment of the dream of a new Myca can be realized in Racine. Cites use of Myca according to statistics now available by 1966 the youth population of Racine will be twice what it was in 1948 and the largest the country has Ever known with the Advent into the teens of what were known As the Post War we should and must be ready to meet this growing Abdel Nimr ported earlier that the United states Britain and France were on the verge of placing the Issue before the Council perhaps Early next week. Meanwhile the egyptian embassy issued a strongly worded statement saying it would not permit israeli ships to go through the canal or to enter the Gulf of Aqaba. Egypt cannot be expected to allow vessels of Israel to enter her Waters when Israel has just waged War against Egypt the statement said. It added that israeli ships in the Gulf of Aqaba Are a menace to the Security and safety of Egypt and saudi Arabia which along with Israel Border the Gulf May 4 will be Pancake Day in Racine and pancakes by the thousands will come off two machines constructed and designed Here by Kiwan ians for their kiwanis club. The kiwanis club rented a Pancake making machine from the Rockford club in previous years. It had Cost $100 a Day and the fee for an operator to accompany it. Four Racine engineers decided last fall that the expense was unnecessary. The Money came from proceeds of Pancake Day and meant that much less for Aid to underprivileged children. George Aschauer of twin disc clutch co., James Jude of Acme casting co., Gordon Vanremmen of Harris metals treating co. And William Nelson of a a spark plug co. Started drawing plans last fall. The machines were initiated saturday with Pancake Day Cooks and other kiwanis members giving them a taste test. Racine area weather sunday april 14, 1957 partly Cloudy and continued cold with Chance of a few Snow flurries North mostly fair and a Little warmer South portion. High in the 30 s North and to the 40 s South. Outlook for monday partly Cloudy and a Little warmer. The machines were built in the Twenty first St. Plant of twin disc clutch co. Materials came from such places As Alcoa aluminium trillium corporation of America do More co., Modine manufacture turn to Page 6, col. 6 youth problem said Anderson the building should be ready by 1960 and it should be adequate to meet the needs of Racine for Many years to Hal Gibbs general Secretary of the Racine Myca pointed out the program that the a turn to Page 2, col. 5 contests expected for Council president Board chairman in tuesday s reorganization jury convicts Portland . Portland Ore. A circuit court jury saturday convicted dist. Atty. William m. Langley of failing to prosecute gamblers Here. The penalty is removal from office and a possible Fine. Langley who also faces six other charges in a continuing Portland vice investigation was the first major defendant to go on trial since the investigation began a year ago. Counsel s move Langley s counsel moved for an arrest of judgment a technical and almost automatic procedure. The District attorney a Democrat who earlier pleaded the fifth amendment in failing to answer questions at a hearing of the Senate rackets committee was accused of failing to prosecute operators of gaming tables at a roadhouse in 1955. Hurled charge his principal accuser was James big Jim Elkins Portland Gambler who levelled corruption charges against Langley mayor Terry d. Schrunk and Clyde c. Crosby the top teamster s Union official in Oregon. All Are under indictment and awaiting trial. Elkins said he had Given the District attorney a Cut of the roadhouse gambling profits. Langley denied it. The charge of which Langley was convicted saturday is a Misdemeanour and he must yet stand trial on other More serious charges including that of accepting a bribe and per jury. _ . Planes Hunt 3 Russ seamen Washington ii the United states has ordered american Navy patrol planes to search for three russian seamen who disappeared from a russian motor launch in the Denmark Straits april 2. The search was ordered in response to an Appeal by the soviet embassy Here in the Hope the men May still be alive on ice floes in Denmark Strait Between Greenland and Iceland where their boat went Down. Contests for the chairmanship of the county Board and presidency of the City Council appear to be shaping up As both governing bodies prepare to reorganize tuesday night. Two aldermen Roy Fred Rickson 11th and Fred Heimes 2nd will vie for the Council presidency being vacated by Aid. Albert a. Reid 1st. The Council president influences policy As chairman of the committee of the whole. The committee includes All Alder Runden men and recommendations voted by the group consequently usually Are assured approval in regular Council ses Sions. Sup. Randolph h. Runden town of Norway who is completing his seventh consecutive term As chairman is expected to have o p p o s i Tion. Sup. Bryan Roberts 3rd, burling to announced he would be available if the Board chooses him. Several years ago Roberts declined a move that sought to Roberts elect him chairman. Roberts has served four years on the Board and three years As chairman of the personnel committee. The county Board will have a new member sup. Jack h. Beardsley elected chairman of the town of Waterford april 2, replacing sup. Warren e. Hansen who did not seek re election. All aldermen were returned to office. Neither the county Board chairman nor mayor Jack h. Humble is expected to announce committee appointments until later this month Humble will however give his annual message to the Council pointing out what has been accomplished in the last turn to Page 2, col 2 8 Burn to death in Montreal fire Montreal up eight persons died saturday night in a fire in a Home for the aged in Montreal suburb. Unofficial sources said the death toll May reach 12 or 14. The fire broke out in the privately operated two Story Stone building at Pointe Aux trembles. About 50 persons lived in the Home. Cut ice path Sault Ste. Marie icebreakers Cut a path through Whitefish Bay saturday and sent a Convoy of nine freighters into open Waters in Lake Superior new Premier forms coalition eases tension Amman Jordan up Abdel Halim Nimr Strong Man of the nationalist socialist party formed a new government late saturday night ending the longest crisis in Jordan s history. A three Day crisis had brought an armoured regiment in from Syria and touched off anti american demonstrations in this capital. Nimr the new Premier had failed to form a new Cabinet earlier in the crisis. Nimr was Deputy Premier and defense and Interior minister in the government of Premier Suleiman Nabulsi Arab nationalist sacked by King Hussein after Balking at u. S. Economic Aid. Senate president said Mufti an Independent likewise failed to form a government and then turned mediator Between the Royal Palace and the Strong National socialist party of Nimr and Nabulsi. The new government appeared to be a Compromise Between the foes of the Eisenhower doctrine and King Hussein. Nabulsi and the leftist foreign minister Abdullah Rimawi were dropped from the new Cabinet. Their retirement from the government was a Prim objective of the Royal Palace. Uncle of Nabulsi the National socialists however remain in control of the government through Nimr. Nimr is an Uncle of Nabulsi who still Heads the nationalist socialist party. Nimr generally is expected to be Able to head off serious trouble hanging Over this Small Middle East kingdom torn Between the East and West in the cold War. Nabulsi objected to . Aid because of american insistence the Money go Only to those fighting the spread of communism in their countries. King Hussein who has taken Steps to oppose spreading communism influence in Jordan fired Nabulsi after his Public denunciation of u. S. Aid. The new government is composed of four National socialists three independents one baathist Arab resurrection party Allied with the socialists one from the pro communist National bloc and one from the Arab Constitution party. Some syrian and saudi arabian troops have been in Jordan since Israel s invasion of Egypt last fall. Some iraqi troops came in at that time but later withdrew. Normal replacement i there was no further information from Amman on saturday s troop movement because of censorship but in new York a member of Jordan s u. N. Delegation said that while he had no news he supposed such a troop movement would be Normal replacement of the syrian troops already in Jordan. He declared it certainly does not mean some Middle Eastern observers have been predicting however that King Hussein would fall within a fairly Short time and that Syria Iraq saudi Arabia Egypt and Israel then would each try to take Over some or All of Jordan. In Tel Aviv israeli foreign minister Golda Meir said Israel would View with concern any move of foreign troops to take a hand in the jordanian crisis. But she did not say what Israel would do if neighbouring Arab countries tried to Hack up Jordan. Predictions have been made that Israel herself would grab the part West of the Jordan River

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