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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 21, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal items vol 28, no. 13 Racine wis., sunday july 21, 1957 78 pages-6 sections-10 cents i Ike protests ban on trial in foreign lands Washington la i a president Eisenhower said sat i urday that this country s be i purity would be gravely threatened by proposals to forbid foreign trials of u. S. Servicemen for crimes committed j on foreign soil. The president made a special plea against enactment of such legislation in a letter to House Republican Leader Joseph w. Martin or. In my judgment the passage of any such legislation by the Congress would gravely threaten our Security alienate our friends and give Aid and Comfort to those who want to destroy our Way of life he said. The White House in making the letter Public said it was requested by Martin in the face of legislative proposals growing out of the Case of i William s. Girard. I can think of no recent legislative proposal which would so threaten the essential Security of the United states the president wrote. States present policy he referred specifically to a House joint Resolution which would prohibit this government from turning Over to a foreign government for trial any member of the u. S. Armed forces on Active duty abroad. But he added that he would regard As equally unfortunate any attempt to add the substance of the proposed House i Resolution As an amendment to any other legislation. This was an obvious reference to at Temps to add such legislation As a rider to the pending foreign Aid Bill. The president said it has been is and so far As i can foresee will be our policy not to waive the United states primary jurisdiction Over trials of american servicemen in cases where an alleged crime is clearly involved in the performance of official no waiver of primary United states right to try has Ever been Given where performance of duty matter is we cannot demand indeed we should not ask that for us alone our allies in the struggle to maintain world peace should Grant extra territoriality and completely surrender their rights of sovereignty Over criminal offences committed in their lands or. Eisenhower said. Says allies co operative Eisenhower reminded Congress that in world War ii it was unwilling to relinquish our sovereignty in considering the Issue As it related to Allied troops stationed in the United states. He noted that under International Law each of our allies has full jurisdiction Over criminal offences committed within its this Law he said has been qualified to our advantage in status4 of forces agreements. Eise Nipower said this country s allies have waived their undisputed primary jurisdiction in More than 65 per cent of the cases involving u. S. Servicemen overseas. He said Japan has been particularly co a operative by waiving its primary jurisdiction in More than 96 per cent of the cases in which Japan had a right to try alleged offend sri. In this Sechon local 6 10 Einar 11 late Telegraph news pages 2, 7, Sythe Auto was not Snow i. Journal times photo Payne makes a last minute inspection of wee Willie 11" at its mooring spot on the Root River just North of the state Street Bridge while Kenny and flip play. Army colonel retires at 39, weighs Anchor on year s cruise with family on own boat by Jean Matheson what does a 39-year-Oid army lieutenant colonel do when he s faced with retirement it. Col Harold Payne a native of Racine and his wife Willie decided they would buy a 40-foot double Cabin Cruiser and take their two Young children on a year s cruise. For the last few weeks they have been visiting in Racine after completing the first month of their trip through the great lakes. Monday they will again step aboard the wee Willie ii named for mrs. Payne and head for the Mississippi River the Gulf of Mexico Florida and possibly the Bahamas. Enlisted at 18 Payne is the son of the late or. And mrs. Peter Payne of Racine. He attended school in Racine and Madison before enlisting in the army at the age of 18. When he retired in May Payne was commander of the 176th army antiaircraft artillery missile battalion at Medina a. He organized the group two years ago in Aberdeen my. While stationed at it. Jackson s. A several years ago Payne acquired an interest in sail boating and won a number of trophies. Both he and mrs. Payne a non Sailor from Sulphur okla. Decided a year s Jaunt in their own boat would be an appealing adventure. They looked at hundreds of Cabin cruisers before deciding on wee Willie envy of classmates the Payne children Beverly 11, and Robert kenny7, were the envy of their classmates at school. And almost As enviable As the dream trip was the fact that Beverly and Kenny were being allowed to play Hooky for a year. The Paynes however plan to look into some correspondence school classes for the children and to do some shipboard tutoring themselves when fall comes. Possible stopping Points the wee Willie 11" was launched june 1 at Atlantic City n. J., and entered the great lakes by Way of the Hudson River and the Erie Barge canal. The trip has been planned turn to Page 2, col. 4 Falls off bumper youth is injured a Racine youth was injured shortly before Midnight saturday when he fell from a moving Auto on Douglas Avenue South of the City limits. Roger Wood 21, of 2206 Erie St., was treated for head cuts and body bruises at St. Luke s Hospital. Doctors said his condition was Good. Rescue squad members said Wood was Riding on the rear bumper of a car when he fell to the pavement the Driver of i journal times photo the Well stocked Galley is equipped with most of the Kitchen conveniences mrs. Payne enjoyed at Home. Appetites Hava been keen Seco Tea family boarded ship., Economy Boom justifies purge says pravda London la i the excellent results of Russia s half yearly economic plan justified the firing of Georgi Malenkos arid three other top leaders from the top Levels of the communist party the Moscow newspaper pravda said saturday. It said the reorganization of management and Industry decreed by soviet communist party Boss Khrushchev in May and so zealously opposed by members of the anti party group is already yielding the soviet Central statistical department reported the entire half yearly economic plan was fulfilled 104 per cent. Consumer goods up it reported an ii per cent increase in Industrial output and eight per cent in consumer goods compared with the first six months of last year. For the first time the soviet government announced absolute production figures. Previously economic Progress has been reported Only in percentages except for occasional disclosure of partial figures. The report said soviet Industry produced 25,000,000 tons of steel 200,026,000 tons of Coal 41,300,000 tons of Iron Ore and 4,200,000 tons of Oil in the six month period. It said the automobile Industry produced 244,000 vehicles of which 55,000 were cars and the rest were trucks and buses. The pravda article said the facts and figures contained in the half yearly plan make the attempts of the pessimists and sceptics of the anti party group. Look especially pitiful and Malenkos Vyacheslav m. Molotov Lazar Kaganovich and Dmitri Shipilov were ousted from the communist party presidium Early this North for anti party activities including attempts to hinder the Progress of the russian Economy. Acreage under crops the broadcast said the acreage under crops in the soviet Union in the first six months of 1957 was 1,500,000 hectares greater than last year and 23,-000,000 hectares greater than in 1953. It said that on july 1st there were 3,000,000 More Large horned cattle in Russia than on the corresponding Day last year and that the pig population had increased by 5,600,000. Meat production it said was up 30 per cent and milk 26 per cent. The broadcast said average earning of office workers in Russia were up five per cent from last year and that total deposits in savings Banks had gone up 9 million roubles or $2,250,000 at the rate of Exchange arbitrarily set by the Kremlin. French communist flies to Moscow Paris i a Jacques do Clos Iron listed stalinist Secretary of the French communist party flew to Moscow saturday for conferences with soviet Boss Khrushchev. French communist sources say Khrushchev has expressed Lively satisfaction with the results of the talks he has held so far especially with two top aids of Yugoslavia s president Tito. The yugoslavs have made it Plain they did not share this feeling however. The Paris newspaper France soil said in a dispatch from Belgrade that Poland s party chief Wladyslaw Gomulka and hungarian Premier Janos Kadar also were in Moscow for talks with Khrushchev a were photo Gladys Zender of Peru after being crowned by Carol Morris of Iowa last year s miss universe. A Wlk photo deposed As miss .a., mrs Mary Leona Gage Ennis returned to Baltimore saturday and was greeted by her husband. Gene and their youngest child Nathan David. South Milwaukee police jail Racine Driver in fatal crash John j. Burke 59, of 22451 russet St., was being held in Milwaukee county jail today after a fatal pedestrian Accident saturday afternoon in South Milwaukee. South Milwaukee police said Burke s Aiato struck and killed Frank Cimbalnik South Milwaukee at an intersection on Highway 32 in the City at 3 40 . Witnesses told police Burke went through a red Light at a High rate of Speed before striking Cimbalnik. Police said a drunk meter test showed Burke had been drinking. Collision kills 3 in Wisconsin by United Pigossi two cars and a truck piled up West of new Lisbon Satur Day killing three persons and raising Wisconsin a 1957 Highway death toll to 421, compared with 514 deaths a year ago. A car driven by Soldier James h. Noonan of Peoria iii., crushed into a Semi trailer truck one and a half Miles West of new Lisbon. The truck driven by Rex Crawford went out of control and slowed into another car carrying or. And mrs. Thomas g. Dorgan of Glenview 111. Noonan stationed at Camp Mccoy and the dorgans were killed in the crash. Crawford of Nev Lisbon escaped injury. The tractor on Crawford s truck was disengaged and fell on the Dorgan car not 18, Winner reveals Leona wed twice Long Beach a vivacious Gladys Zender Peru s winning entry in the miss universe of 1958 contest will keep the highly coveted title even though it was established saturday that she is not yet 18 years old. From press dispatches Long Beach Calif the new miss universe Gladys Zender of Peru admitted saturday night she is not yet 18 and thus technically not qualified to claim her title. Contest rules require that a girl be at least 18. The admission was made at a press conference in the hotel room of her father wealthy peruvian manufacturer Eduar do Zender his Young wife mrs. Annie Zender was in tears during the interview. For All practical purposes when a girl reaches 17 years and 7 months in Peru they go As 18 years of age said Zender through an interpreter. The father said we were under the impression in Peru that the age limit was 17 to 28." earlier admission miss Zender s admission followed a confession earlier saturday by the deposed miss .a., mrs. Mary Leona gaga Ennis that she had been married twice. Mrs Gage revealed her earlier marriage at a news conference in Baltimore shortly after she was reunited with her husband and one of her two children. The question of whether miss Peru will lose her title because she is not yet 18 has not yet been decided. After the Rumor started that the statuesque miss Zender might be under age Oscar Reinhadt promoter of the event and Lawrence Collins jr., head of the pageant committee hurried to the Zend ers hotel room for a conference. Collins said no statement would be made about the status of the peruvian miss universe until after a meeting of committee officials. Next in line if the title is taken from miss Peru presumably it will stay in latin America because miss Brazil who is Terezinha Goncalves Morango 20, was first runner up in the contest Friday night. The matter of age came up shortly after Zender had somewhat reluctantly agreed to allow his daughter to participate in some promotional Tours and personal appearances that normally go with the miss universe title. Agreement was reached at an hour Long conference with contest officials and commercial sponsors. The ousted miss ,a. Mrs. Ennis after admitting that her present marriage is her second vowed i m never going to Tell another lie the 13-year-old Beauty said of the first marriage it was t really a marriage at All mrs. Ennis said she was but 14 when she married an airman named Edward Thacker at a turn to Page 2, col. 6 Racine area weather sunday. July in. 11157 partly Cloudy and hot. High in the Low 90s except lower near the Lake. Low tonight in the Low 70s. Fifteen mile southerly winds. Monday partly Cloudy Vith thundershowers and turning cooler in tuft Eveni Ift

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