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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 28, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin The mine j0urnm.-11mes vol. 2q, no. 14 Racine wis., sunday july 28, 1957 82 pages-6 sections-10 cents Russia sets conditions for to radio Swap Washington up the state department said saturday it is gratified to learn that the soviet government is prepared to discuss a . Proposal for exchanging radio and television broadcasts with Moscow. Moscow the soviet Union saturday night set rigorous conditions for its acceptance of an american proposal to Exchange censor free radio and television broadcasts. It said it would agree to the Exchange Only if the United states would agree to remove All barriers to economic cultural and scientific exchanges Between the two countries. In a note delivered to the state department in Washington and released in Moscow saturday night the soviet government proposed a soviet american conference to negotiate an agreement on All such exchanges. Blames u. S. The note blamed the United states and particularly the immigration department s fingerprinting requirements for the present estranged cultural relations Between the two countries. It said the soviet Union has always stood for economic scientific and cultural relations with All countries including the United states As a Means to Lessen International tension and strengthen Mutual understanding and co operation among since the Exchange of radio and television broadcasts Between the soviet Union and the United states could facilitate the achievement of these Noble Aims the soviet government is ready to study the american proposal on a basis of Mutual Equality it said. Only proper however the note said it would be Only proper to examine this question together with other questions pertaining to the development of contacts Between the soviet Union and the United states including the elimination of artificial barriers established by the american Side which interfere with the development of All around relations bet Een the american and soviet the american proposal was contained in a state department note of june 24 following communist party Secretary Khrushchev s television appearance in the United stat cos. Seek to Alert nation to peril of asian flu John Logan Paul Logan . Lierman is dead at 68 san Diego . Frederick Carl Sherman us ret., died in naval Hospital Here saturday at the age of 6�. Death was caused by a heart condition attendants said. The officer entered the Hospital after a heart attack july 12. Sherman was one of the nation s great sea and air leaders in the War with Japan. He was a task Force commander a postwar author and a civil defense coordinator. During the Campaign for the Philippines . Sherman s forces smashed a japanese attempt to reinforce its Garrison at Leyte Island. Adm. Sherman was born in port Huron Mich. He entered the naval Academy in 1906 and was graduated in 1910. Train kills Mother pushing baby stroller Cranberry Lake n. J. I a mrs. Nancy Hanley 25, a pregnant Mother and her 11-month-old son were killed saturday when they were struck by a locomotive while she was pushing his stroller across the Delaware and Lackawanna Railroad tracks. Find 2 Brothers slain bodies tied burned Brockton the nude charred bodies of two Young Brothers roped together at the wrists were found saturday in a burned wooded area of a Public Park. A Brockton police were ordered to duty after the bodies of Edward Paul Logan 11, and his brother John 12, Wero discovered partly covered by unburned tree branches. Police said one had been stabbed in the stomach. Autopsies were ordered. Visited Pool the bodies were found some 18 hours after Jean l. Logan jr., of Stoughton reported his sons missing while on a visit to a swimming Pool in the Park Friday. The Pool is about a mile and a half from the Small burned area. The boys had been tied together with clothes line. A spokesman said a set of House and car keys was found under the bodies. The owner of the keys was not known. Logan an Engineer in Newton notified police of the boys disappearance when he went to the Park to bring them Home and was unable to find them. A Small Brush fire still was soldering when a fireman one of a search party found the bodies in the Middle of the burned Over Section. Mother hysterical during the night Long search Logan and his wife remained in the Park until advised by authorities to go Home at 4 . They were notified of the finding of the bodies about six hours later. Mrs. Logan became hysterical and was near collapse. I want to die she cried. The boys sister Anne 15, also broke Down. Another sister Ruth 17, was away at work. Assure Public no immediate cause for fear Chicago Imp a nationwide preparedness program to combat a possible epidemic of Oriental flu in the United states was announced saturday by the american medical Assn. Working with the . Hoodlums sold out unionists Mcclellan Washington i a sen. Mcclellan dark said saturday that Senate rackets hearings starting wednesday will show that gangsters sold out Union members and fattened on their dues in corrupt Alliance with some new York City labor leaders. Mcclellan said his special investigating committee also will explore deeply into reported relations Between new York racketeer Johnny Dio and James r. Hoffa Midwest Boss Given wine Tot 2 2, Dies new Haven two and a half year old Lawrence Darden died at a Hospital saturday night a Hospital spokesman said from the effects of three glasses of wine he drank thursday. The boy s father Joseph 26, said he had been drinking at the time and gave the baby the wine As a the baby was taken to the Hospital after he developed convulsions. The father was booked in Bonds of $10,000 on a holding charge. He Liro be Livoto drive Irv Iuie Smith 47. Kenosha drove his Auto four feet into a drive in South of Racine on Highway 32 saturday. Smith was charged with Drunken driving and having no Driver s License. Of the teamsters Union recently acquitted of bribing a lawyer to spy on the committee. Chairman Mcclellan s pre pared statement said the committee will question More than 100 witnesses in televised hearings he expects to last several weeks. Other names secret Robert f. Kennedy committee counsel refused to say whether Hoffa will be among these witnesses. Dio is on the witness list he said but the other names he kept secret. These hearings will show the methods by which known hoodlums and racketeers have muscled into the labor movement and How some of the top leaders of labor have used these underworld forces in grabs for Power Mcclellan said. He said the inquiry will show How unscrupulous gangsters have used thousands of working men and women As their pawns siphoned off their dues to the payments of officer salaries sold out their rights and failed to gain them any advantages in either wages or working control of Council Mcclellan said the committee will scrutinize what he termed Hoffa s now successful attempt. To gain control of the new York Council of teamsters the most important ruling body of that Union in the new York Hoffa is known to command teamster votes across the country which has made him a powerful contender to succeed Union president Dave Beck. The committee Mcclellan s statement said will also inquire into whether Hoffa and other teamsters Union leaders used. Racketeers. In the grab for Power to control All trucking in the City of new Ike s son to attend armas funeral picture on Page 2 Washington president Eisenhower announced saturday that he is sending his son maj. John Eisenhower As his personal representative to the funeral of the late president Carlos Castillo armas of Guatemala. It is expected that maj. Eisenhower will depart from Washington on tuesday. Castilla armas was shot to death Friday night by a Palace guard who then killed himself. Eisenhower issued a statement that the guatemalan Leader s death was a great loss to Guatemala and the entire free world. Journal times photos it s Kraut time hundreds of visitors Are expected in Franksville today for the Climax to the three Day Kraut festival. Many Village housewives spent All Day saturday preparing Kraut for sunday dinners which will be served at Caledonia it. Pleasant memorial Park from noon to 5 . In upper photo testing a Mound of freshly cooked Kraut Are from left Nancy Meissner and cousins Sandra and Lona Gutknecht All 5-year-old. Above Lona s Mother mrs. Oscar a. Gutknecht is aided by another daughter Janet 12, in heating a Batch of Kraut. Festival highlight will be the Kraut eating contest at 3 . Reveal atomic sub Nautilus almost impossible to detect Washington More than two years of tactical testing of the Nautilus has Daimon started that nuclear powered submarine is All but impossible to detect. The Nautilus first Model to of the Navy s growing atomic submarine Fleet came Back to her Home port at new London conn., last week from a cruise to the Pacific. Since the Nautilus was launched in january 1954 she has steamed about 82,000 Miles much of it submerged. The Nautilus joined the United states Fleet in april 1955. How Well has the Nautilus worked out in operations with the Fleet statistics not revealed the Navy says that it cannot disclose statistics which Are considered information of the highest secrecy. But one officer Well versed in submarine problems both of the conventional engine and nuclear propulsion Type said saturday the performance of the in this Section local 4 14 late Telegraph news Nautilus has exceeded our highest then emphasizing that it should be remembered the Nautilus is the first nuclear powered submarine Ever built and that her features and operating characteristics will be greatly improved in boats now building or projected the officer said this of nuclear submarines increased Speed 1. Increased Speed More than 20 knots submerged against six or seven for a conventional submarine will enable a boat to reach a Hunting ground faster and run Dov a targets which could escape from Ordinary submarines. 2. With no fuel replenishing problem it can remain on station in the Distant Hunting ground much longer. 3. Independent of the atmosphere a nuclear submarine requires no oxygen for combustion of fuel and needs no electricity drawn from batteries it can remain indefinitely below the zone of sailing delayed Liverpool England up the Cunard liner Brittanie already 36 hours behind schedule was unable to sail for new York because of the wind buffeting this Northwest coast the Public health service the Ama launched a special project to Alert the nation s physicians and the Public. The Ama acted after outbreaks of the Oriental flu in several cities but stressed that so far there is no immediate cause for or. Harold c. Lueth of Evan Ston 111., chairman of the special flu committee said rapid Onset of the epidemic makes it mandatory to have plans prepared Well in Advance and to see that the 1,911 medical societies in the country Are cognizant of the magnitude of the problem before the epidemic co operative program or. Lueth said the Ama and the . Health service plan to carry on a co operative Public education program with the help of newspapers and radio and television stations. The epidemic May never strike this country said or. David b. Allman of Atlantic City Ama president in a statement. But the american medical association is anxious to have practising physicians mobilized and alerted in Case an outbreak does the Oriental flu is reported to be caused by a new virus and has been relatively mild. It usually has been marked by a Short period of fever from three to four Days and sometimes by sore Throat aching a dry cough and other symptoms of typical at scout Jamboree no verified deaths from the disease have been reported in the United states the american medical association said. Several drug manufacturers Are producing a vaccine to combat the Strain of flu virus from the far East. Outbreaks of the Oriental flu have been reported at a Grinnell Iowa youth meeting Early in july at the campsite of the recent boy scout Jamboree near Valley forge pa., and among Navy and civilian personnel at san Diego Calif. Some other cities have reported cases. At san Diego the county health department estimated there have been 5,000 civilian cases of Asiatic flu in the past 30 Days. Four deaths reported As resulting from complications were reported. The Navy reported 7,000 cases among Navy and Marine personnel with no deaths. Pages 2,3, 5, 6,8,10,11,15 past Day and a half. Racine area weather sunday july 28. 1937 partly Cloudy today and mostly Cloudy tonight and monday with showers or thunders Oviers Likely. Turning cooler monday. High to Day upper 80s, except lower near the Lake. Low tonight in the upper 60s. Winds Light southerly. Elsewhere in Wisconsin considerable Clou Diness without much change in temperature and with scattered showers and a few Thunder showers Likely today. Monday mostly Cloudy with scattered thundershowers and showers Likely. High today mostly in the 80s. Low to right. In the 60s

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