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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 10, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol 27, no. 42 Racine wis., sunday february 10, 1957 70 pages-5 sections-10 cents Cut Price supports on fear Israel Issue May catch . In squeeze demonstrators Climer refusal to leave Egypt prom wire dispatches Washington a new crisis Over the Middle East sent president Eisenhower and Secretary of state Dulles into a Long distance Telephone huddle saturday. Dulles also conferred urgently with top advisers. Officials Are intensely worried that the president and Dulles will be caught in a bad squeeze some time next week Over the Issue of sanctions against Israel. This could happen unless Israel pulls its forces immediately out of the Gaza strip and the Gulf of Aqaba Region As demanded by the United nations. More than 150,000 israelis demonstrated in major cities saturday in a display of Solidarity behind the government s refusal to withdraw from egyptian soil. Raise banners banners protested against the United nations demands for removal of israeli forces from the Gaza strip and the Southern Sinai desert. Only France of All the world s Powers Drew applause at rallies because France supports Israel in the dispute. U. S. Officials saw a possibility that some new blow up May result from the present tensions. That could Cut heavily into the gains which Eisenhower registered this week in his Middle East diplomacy by reaching successful agreement with King Saud of saudi Arabia. The squeeze which the administration now sees developing is that Between the Arab asian bloc of 27 nations in the United nations which object to imposing sanctions or at least object to imposing them on Israel alone. Senate Republican Leader Knowland Calio said this week it would be immoral to Clamp Down on Israel without acting also against Russia which failed to comply with the u. N. Resolution to get its troops out of Hungary. Not fair Wiley sen. Wiley of Wisconsin senior Republican on the Senate foreign relations committee said saturday he did not believe it would be either fair or effective to impose sanctions on Israel. Wiley said he Felt the United nations rightfully insisted that Israel forces withdraw promptly from but he said Israel definitely is entitled to reasonable guarantees of Security and Access to the turn to Page 2, col. 6 Boom entitled to a rest no depression seen by Harvey e. Runner new York special the Boom which has kept the american Economy at p6ak Levels almost continuously since the end of world War ii May Well be approaching a flatten ing out period. If so there is nothing alarming in such a development. Rather in fact it is a Good sign. No business Boom can maintain the Pace the National Economy set for itself in 1946 without some interruptions to consolidate forces for resumption of a Forward trend. Therefore if the Boom at some Point in 1957 or in 1958 should decide to Roll res fully along on a plateau for a few months neither business nor the Public should View it As indicating the end of an Era. It is apparent though that some business men and some Consumers have been stricken during the last few weeks with a mild form of pessimistic memories for the most part Are Short and therefore few will recall that the state of concern existing today closely parallels that which prevailed in 1949 and in late 1953 and Early 1954-periods when the Boom press def 10, Humphrey 0 Thomasville a. Up president Eisenhower saturday bagged 10 Quail in unseasonably warm weather for Hunting. The vacationing president and his Host Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey ranged the Piney Woods of the Cabinet officer s big Plantation estate for hours during the morning. The heat ranging near 80 degrees by noon made Hunting conditions far from Ideal. Humphrey had no Luck at All nary a Bird. Will quiz Seaton at Oil probe Carrier Jet crashes 1 Dies Jacksonville Beach Fla. Of a Carrier based Jet bomber on its Way to a berth aboard the .s. Franklin d. Roosevelt crashed in the at lactic Ocean North of Here saturday and the Pilot was killed when his Parachute failed to open. The other two Crew members parachuted into a clump of Trees on a Beach and suffered Only minor bruises. The Navy said the plane apparently crashed after an engine failure but cause of the failure was not determined immediately. The fliers were ferrying the a3d sky Warrior the world s largest Carrier based Jet bomber from the Jacksonville naval air station to the Mayport naval auxiliary air station from where it was to be placed aboard the for. The Navy identified the crash victim As it. Cmdr. Lewis h. Pollock 33. Associated press mrs. Grace Rej holds Center Back Row Niece of mrs. Bertha Hall of 1234 Wisconsin ave., has been reunited with her parents or. And mrs. F. L. Edens seated after having been missing since Christmas eve 1924, when a fire swept a school party in Babbs switch okla. Sharing in the reunion Are two other of the Edens daughters mrs. Betty Reynolds left and mrs. Wilbum Henderson right. Victim of 1924 fire Racine woman s Niece mrs. Bertha Hall of 1234 Wisconsin ave. Today shared the happiness of her brother and his wife or. And mrs. F. L. Edens who were reunited with their daughter mrs. Grace Reynolds 36, missing since she was separated from her parents when a fire swept a Community school party they were attending at Babbs switch okla., on Christmas eve 1924. The daughter was 314 at the time and was officially listed As dead although her body never was found. Thirty six other persons lost their lives. Mrs. Hall said she was on her Way to the Christmas program also but had been delayed by Auto trouble. The daughter Mary Eliza Auto Falls into Miami River report 7 persons drowned Miami Fla. My seven persons including six in one family drowned saturday night in an automobile that plunged into the Miami River. The tragedy occurred in Hia Leah gardens an Everglades suburb of Miami. The dead were identified As Teresa Evans 22 George Evans 5 Henry Evans 4 Ray mind Evans 2 Louis and Anthony Evans 6-months-old twins and Charles Wright 12. Ralph Evans 50, father of five of the children and Edwin Mcdohough .50, a Friend struggled to safety from the submerged machine police were told the party of nine was driving toward nearby Miami Springs when the car shot off a two foot Grassy Bank into the River. Traffic injuries fatal to football player 23 by the Ciao coated press a 23-year old Amateur football player died saturday becoming the 67th traffic victim in Wisconsin this year compared with 82 on the same Date in 1955. Duane r. Bonk Manitowoc was injured fatally when his Auto skidded on a Slippery Road South of the Manitowoc City limits and crashed against a tree. Bonk was a lineman on the Manitowoc county chiefs champions of the Wisconsin state Amateur football league red Flag files in Budapest again Budapest a Lone red Flag has come Back to Budapest in a gesture of communist Triumph Over the Freedom fighters crushed by soviet tanks three months ago. The Flag was placed atop the memorial to the soviet air Force damaged by anti russian demonstrators. Ever since the oct. 23 revolt. Red flags have been conspicuous by their absence in Budapest except on russian be hides. In recent Days the flags and the soviet red Star Emblem have been made to reappear in provincial towns even at the fiercely anti russian Coal mining town of tata Banya. 62 years in choir Windsor England we Fred Naylor retired this week at 84 after 62 years in St. George s Chapel choir. Beth Edens had been sitting on the Lap of an aunt who died two Days after the fire of Burns she had received. Before the aunt died she said she remembered carrying the child to safety and giving her to someone on the school Yard. A news Story about the incident last december was seen in san Bernadino calif., by an acquaintance of mrs. Reynolds. An Exchange of photographs led to mrs. Reynolds trip to Hobart and the reunion. Mrs. Hall saturday night telephoned her brother who told her there s no question but that she s Mary mrs. Reynolds said i be always wondered where i came from who my real parents were and what happened. I lived in san Diego As a teenager and later in los Angeles. I was adopted by a woman when i was 15. She is mrs. May Laforet of san Diego and she tried to help me find out about my background Knowland sees big budget cuts Washington m Senate Republican Leader William f. Knowland predicted saturday that Congress will Cut upwards of $2 billion from the budget requests president Eisenhower has submitted this year. He was talking of cuts in the appropriations which Congress will pass for the fiscal year beginning july 1. Those cuts Are not necessarily translated directly into reductions in Federal spending for that year. Some of the authorized spending projects into future years. Asked if he expected the cuts to apply to non defense agencies Knowland declined to be specific and said he was talking of Overall cuts in appropriations. He did say he expected Congress to reduce the administration s $1.95 billion budget for foreign economic Aid for the next fiscal year. When the budget went to Congress Secretary of the Treasury George m. Humphrey made it Clear that he was disturbed by its size. He virtually invited Congress to make reductions but made no specific recommendations. Found itself in need of a rest before resuming the upturn which since has lifted the National Economy to the most prosperous Levels in history. Currently doubt regarding what s ahead has been engendered by a number of developments among them the remarks of Secretary of Treasury George m. Humphrey and former president Herbert Hoover in discussing the possibilities of a forthcoming those who became alarmed at the Humphrey and Hoover statements failed to note that neither actually said a depression was close at hand. Moreover neither Humphrey nor Hoover definitely predicted a future depression and both qualified their remarks with big Here is what they said Humphrey in discussing not the 1957- 58 budget but the budgets of future years or. Humphrey in answer to a question said that he hoped that defense spending could be Cut in the next few years. He added i would certainly deplore the Day we thought we could not even reduce expenditures. If we Don to will predict that you will have a depression that will curl your hair because we Are just taking too much Money out of this Economy that we need to make jobs that you have to have As time goes Humphrey obviously was not talking about 1957 or 1958, but of some future Date. Moreover his remarks were qualified a depression As he saw it would Stem from failure to Cut defense expenditures in future budgets. Conversely if the sex i turn to Page 2, col. 1 Washington -

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