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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin The r4cine journal times vol. 28, no. 15 Racine wis., sunday August 4, 1957 92 pages-5 sections-10 cents Russia charges Dulles wrecked disarm Merit Parley Moscow radio blasts plan for air inspections London the Moscow radio charged saturday night Secretary of state Dulles reduced to nothing the four months work of the London playing in Hay 3 children die in barn Blaze Mason wis. M three children playing in hideout in the tons of Hay in a Bam on the family farm were killed saturday when fire of undetermined origin destroyed the Structure. The victims were Maynard Baldwin 5, Judy 7, and Raymond 9, children of or. And mrs. Henry Baldwin or. The farm is located in Bayfield county in the extreme Northern part of Wisconsin. Parents did t know the parents did not know the children were in the Bam. Their bodies were discovered by a member of the Mason fire de Parent Only after the fire had burned itself out. Or. And mrs. Baldwin and three of their four children were in the family Home when the father saw smoke and discovered the barn enveloped by flames. The parents thought the victims were Berry picking with another son Willard 12. Outbuildings destroyed called the fire department which concentrated on saving the family Home 150 feet from the barn. Also destroyed by the flames were two other outbuildings and several farm machines stored in the 120 by 40 foot barn along with 50 tons of Hay. The father said the children often played in the Hay. Other surviving children Are Henry jr., 13 Sandra 5, and twin of Maynard and Barbara 1. Disarmament conference with his inspection proposals. One concludes that the Western Powers want to ignore partial measures for disarmament and replace them All by Aerial reconnaissance an Anonymous commentator said in a French language broadcast. Thus Dulles reduced to nothing the four months work of the subcommittee of the United nation implying that the questions discussed up to now Are of no importance and that the main thing is Aerial the commentator added that cannot be agreed Bathtub faucet breathes fire Columbus Ohio m mrs. Patrick Shupe of Columbus says fire shot out of the faucet of her Bathtub while she was bathing. Firemen said the water line apparently carried a lightning Flash into the tub during a storm. She really came flying out of there guffawed mrs Shupe s husband. She was not injured. Republican factions unite behind Kohler me an rips Hoffa s aim Washington i sen. Mcclellan dark said saturday that James r. Hoffa s plan to put till the nation s transportation workers into a single Union or federation a Puld create a Hoffa the 4 1-year-old heir apparent to Dave Beck As teamsters Union president has said All truck air rail and shipping unions should be combined into a single Union or federation for their own " both Mcclellan and sen. Goldwater a Ariz viewed Hoffa s plan with alarm and said it looked like a move to set himself up As the nation s no. 1 labor Boss. Control the nation s transportation and you control the c o t r a Goldwater said. There s never been any doubt a my mind that s what Hoffa Mcclellan is chairman of the Senate rackets investigating committee on which Gold water also serves. Secretary reports to president Washington Secretary of state Dulles flew Back saturday from disarmament talks in London and promptly challenged Russia to join the West in lessening the danger of a great atomic War by opening vast territories to Aerial and ground inspection. Dulles arrived in mid after noon and went to the White House to give a first hand report of his London Mission to president Eisenhower. Concur in plan he was Able to report to the president according to information in diplomatic quarters that he had succeeded in pulling the Western allies out of a logjam of disagreement on inspection zones. They concurred in a plan he presented to Russia at a meeting of the . Disarmament subcommittee in London Friday. What he proposed in essence was that Russia agree to Aerial and ground inspection Over great areas of Europe North America and the soviet Union. The object is to preclude the possibility of a massive Surprise attack in this atomic age. Up to soviets in an Airport statement Dulles said that it is now up to the soviet Union to if the soviet Union accepts these proposals he said and if the necessary details Are worked out the risk of Surprise attack will be greatly diminished. And since a major War is not Apt to be launched unless the can count on sur prise the danger of Genera War will have lessened. Then it will be More possible safely to reduce the Burden of Arm traffic safety in Racine nears record of 1951 City of Racine safety officials have put a hopeful Circle around sept. 17 on their calendars. It s the Date they Hope the City will tie its record of 320 Days without a traffic death. The record was compiled in 1951, a year marred by Only two traffic deaths in the City. The first Accident came on Jan. 13, when a 45-year-old Man was injured in a two car crash. He died two weeks later. The other 1951 fatality occurred on nov. 30, when a 60-year-old pedestrian died from injuries received when he was struck by a hit run Motorist. The City recorded its last traffic death on nov. 1, 1956. Washington m Fri director j. Edgar Hoover described the nation s Highway death toll As Mech a n i z e d he said the reckless Driver can cause As much grief As the kidnapper and the armed robber. No longer can we allow speeders and reckless Drivers the false cloak of Petty offenders " Hoover asserted. Wright urges return to so/7 Chicago up Frank Lloyd wright87-year-old architect told a television audience with customary bluntness there is nothing worse than City the White maned architect advocated a return to the soil to solve social problems inherent in City growth. He recommended use of a farm Home of the future which he designed in the 1920 s. His plans puts All farm buildings under one roof enabling the Farmer to retain his dignity As a human being instead of sloshing through elements Between buildings Wright said. Forty acre farms designed for living Are the seat of Wright s plan. He said such a plan would get people Back to the ground and develop a family interest not apparent now on Large farms. Admits stabbing 3 to death journal times photo ride crashes no Che Hurt one of the arms of this car Nival ride on the county fair Midway cracked saturday afternoon hurtling the car and its four passengers 30 feet from the top of the arc and crashing into the Iwer car which was not occupied. Two of the passengers were identified As Bruce Edwards of Waterford and Danny Lanning of Union Grove. Both walked away although somewhat shaken. The other two riders were identified As workers on the Midway. In this Section local 4 12 Einar 13 late Telegraph news pages 2,6,9,10,11 a of crashes kill 6 in Wisconsin by the associated press six persons died in two sep Arate Oneida county traffic accidents saturday boosting Wisconsin s 1957 traffic toll to 465, compared with 558 at Thi same time in 1956. Or. And mrs. Louis j. Winterhalter and Irene tur Ner 40, All of Hartford were killed when their car and another vehicle collided 20 Miles North of Rhinelander. Earlier two Wausau men and an instructor from Mission House College at Plymouth lost their Uvea in a crash near Tomahawk. Killed in the crash nine Miles North of Tomahawk were Valerian Kryshak sr., 52, and his son. Valerian jr., 25, a jeweler at Wausau. The Rev. Walter f Kuentzel 37, of Mission House died a Short while later. Kuentzel his wife and their three sons were returning Home from a week at a Camp sponsored by the evangelical and reformed Church Milwaukee father of 5 holds police at Bay for hour with Rifle Shotgun Milwaukee m a 44-year-Oid father of five children held police at Bay for an hour with a Rifle and a Shotgun at his Home saturday following a family squabble. Four policemen and his Stepfather finally persuaded John Honduras envoy to . Resigns Tegucigalpa Honduras up the governing military Junta announced saturday the resignation of Ramon Vil Leda Morales As ambassador to Washington effective aug. 15. He will be succeeded by gon Zalo Carias currently permanent Delegate to the United nations. Marco Antonio Batres will take Over Carias Job. Or. Villeda Morales is the head of the Liberal party and his resignation May be a prelude to Active campaigning for the presidency of Honduras of when elections Are held. F Manyo a Foreman at a painting and construction firm to put Down the weapons. Manyo who claims he is High Strung his wife Elsie 37, and a son 13, got into an argument at lunchtime Over the boy s refusal to do dishes. Mrs. Manyo and the boy fled the House after Manyo struck her she said and went to the Home of a neighbor who called police.  when patrolmen Jack Anthony and Robert plate went to the House to investigate the complaint Manyo met them at the screen front door levelled a .30-.30 Caliper Rifle at them and said Don t come into the House the policemen started talking to Manyo and once during the Long tense wait he wept and agreed to unload the weapons. His Stepfather Casper Justus arrived entered the House and also talked to him. Finally fearing Jiey a Ere getting nowhere with Manyo the two policemen called for help sets. Milton engbring and Joseppi Pagliano arrived with tear Gas. All four officers pleaded with Manyo for another 20 minutes before the Man gave up. A 65-year-old Man crossing Street was fatally injured when he was hit by an Auto. To the safety string since then motorists must still add 44 More deathless Days to equal the 1951 record. But a hopeful sign for safety leaders is the City s dwindling traffic death toll. Record improving during the five year period ending last december the City recorded 25 traffic deaths. The total was the lowest for any other five year period since the Early 1930s, when detailed statistics were first developed. The next lowest five year total was 32, for the preceding 1947-51 period and also the 1937-51 period. The War time period in Between had 38 tray fice deaths in the City while the 1932-36 period was poorest with 46 deaths. Single year tolls went As High As 17 deaths in 1936, 15 in 1935, 14 in 1945 and 12 in 1947. The City s lowest total since heavy traffic began crowding streets was two turn to Page 6, col. 6 Brentwood the Suffolk county District attorney s office said a Young Man had admitted stabbing to death a Mother and her two children after she resisted his advances. He was identified As Eugene Michael Harty 22. He lived next door to mrs. Margaret Patricia Skiffington 30, who with her two children Maurine 8, and Robert jr., 5, were found hacked to death in their Small ranch House in this Long Island Community earlier saturday. A neighbor found the bodies about mid afternoon on a visit to the Home. A nine Inch knife was found at the scene. Police said the husband works As a Cook in a Brooklyn Hospital. They said he roomed in Brooklyn and went to his Home Only on weekends. Burglars ransack Graham s offices new Yorki burglars broke into the Billy Graham new York crusade offices saturday morning and took about $2,000. The thieves forced open a Petty Cash Box and took $200 in Cash and about $1,000 in negotiable checks. The nightly offerings at Madison Square Garden meetings Are deposited in a local Bank and Are never kept in the crusade office the organization said. Kremlin rocks n Rolls  go Comrade go go go Moscow the russians May not have intended to play Host at a Rock n Roll party in the Kremlin but that s the Way it turned out saturday night. Russian cats did some digging along with foreign visitors. The occasion was. Intended As a Ball for the 30,000 youth festival visitors in the former fortress in the Center of Moscow. Muscovites also managed to get their hands on invitations and several thousand russians poured in. There were 17 bands and orchestras. As big As the Kremlin is you could t get away from the sound of at least two. They were very Quick in the beginning to play european versions of Vestern jazz hillbilly and Rock n Roll and t Fere went the Ball Batista has daughter Havana up a Lovi Pound daughter was born saturday to mrs. Marta Fernandez Miranda de Batista the wife of Cuba s president. The Batistas have four sons. Racine area weather sunday aug. 4. 1957 fair and pleasantly Cool through monday. High today in the upper 70s. North to Northeast winds 12 to is Dies an hour. Low tonight in the upper 50s. Else Here in Wisconsin fair and pleasant today and monday. High today 74 to 80. Congressmen Cabinet officer give backing Southeastern Wisconsin democrats Are laying plans to boost the Senate candidacy of William Proxmire at a dinner in Racine. Story on Page 4. The split among Wisconsin republicans appeared to he mending saturday As the gop Bent its efforts to getting Walter Kohler elected to the . Senate. Wisconsin congressmen wired to Tell of their support and Secretary of the Interior Seaton appeared in Madison to further Kohler s cause. All factions of the state gop have agreed to an All out Campaign to elect Walter a Kohler or. To the United states Senate Philip Kuehn Wisconsin Republican chairman promised saturday. There is Complete Harmony in the party now Kuehn said. Three Wisconsin Republican House members wired pledges of support to Walter .1. Kohler jr., the gop candidate to succeed the late sen. Joseph a Mccarthy a wis. The three who telegraphed Kohler their support today Are Kohler their support saturday were representatives Lawrence h. Smith William Van Pelt and Gardner Withrow. 3 others three other Wisconsin Republican members. Representatives Donald Tewes Melvin r. Laird and John w. Byrnes who had supported a former colleague. Rep. Glenn r. Davis in the primary informed Kohler after the primary of their solid backing. Smith Van Pelt and Withrow had taken no official part in the primary. The seventh Republican House member Alvin e. O Konski who also was entered in the Republican primary and lost out to Kohler is expected to return to Washington by monday. Kohler former three term governor Vron the gop nomination in tuesday s special primary. He and William Proxmire the democratic nominee will meet in a statewide election aug. 27 for the remainder of the term of the late sen. Joesph Mccarthy. The term ends in january of 1959. Davis pledges support after the primary there was some question of party Unity in View of the bitterness in primary campaigning Between Kohler and former rep. Glenn Davis of Waukesha who finished second to Kohler. Since the primary however Davis has pledged support for Kohler. We plan an All out Campaign for Kohler Kuehn said. We could not take sides in the primary but we Are now United for his meet in my Dison about 200 Republican leaders from throughout the state were in Madison saturday for a Campaign school to help map plans for the balloting later this month. Fred a. Seaton. Secretary of the Interior and a former gop senator from Nebraska told Republican workers at the Cam Tui to at of cot 4

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