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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 2, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin The mime journal times vol. 28, no. 6 Raci Nii wis., sunday june 2, 1957 82 pages--6 sections-10 cents report . To ask limit on atom tests washingtonian the United states will propose a ban on production of atomic explosives and a temporary limitation or suspension of nuclear tests when its presents president Eisenhower s first step disarmament plan an official source disclosed saturday. Presentation of the package offer in the London . Disarmament talks will be delayed a week to 10 Days while details Are being worked out Here and overseas with Allied nations administration officials said. Fool proof system As now envisaged the american plan would include a proposed International agreement to limit and eventually ban nuclear testing. The first step would be an agreed halting of the production of fissionable materials atomic explosives guaranteed by a fool proof monitoring and inspection system. This could Lead to a permanent East West agreement to ban nuclear tests which have aroused worldwide fears of radioactivity damage to present and future generations. Officials denied that any hitch in this government or with the Western allies was blocking presentation of the american proposals in London by disarmament negotiator Harold e. Stassen. They said a delay of at least a week or 10 Days was accessory because put Down on paper \. President Eisenhower s Broad instructions Given week ago at a White House meeting to meet the so let Union half Way on disarmament Are still being put Down on paper Here. 2. Parallel talks Are still under Way overseas with Britain France and other european nations. France Italy and West Germany Are worried about possible american moves which would seek a pledge from non atomic Powers against developing nuclear weapons Elliis would give the United states he soviet Union a a Britain a nuclear monopoly in the weapons Field. Other nations Are asking what would happen to them if they agreed not to develop weapons and then in five or 10 years the agreement broke Down. Face trial in Spain Madrid Spain ten liberals and monarchists recently arrested will be tried on charges of having relations with Republican leaders abroad for the purpose of overthrowing Gen. Francisco Franco s regime. Army nurse wed to army nurse san Francisco rip it Pat j. Accardo married it. Genevieve Blasko saturday. It was the first marriage of nurses in service history. Accardo 25, was one of the first male nurses commissioned under an amendment to the army Navy nurse act passed in 1956. Plan Calls for 20 of new Street lighting Schweitzer s wife mrs. Helene Schweitzer 79, wife of French medical missionary and Nobel prizewinner Albert Schweitzer died in Zurich Switzerland saturday. She had worked with her husband at his Hospital in French equatorial Africa since 1913. Pid 4 beauties in Alice contest Beaver Dama four Wiscons Iii beauties were named Alice in Dairyland princesses Here. Saturday night to Climax the two Day round of festivities that launched june Dairy month across the nation. The quartet includes Janice l. Crane 18, Manawa Nancy Kay Trewyn 19, Whitewater Beverly Thomas 20, Cobb and Diane k. Zaboroski 19, Thorp. From the ranks of the four princesses the state s official hostess for 1957 the year s Alice herself will be chosen later. All four meanwhile will be busied promoting Wisconsin s Dairy Industry. Reveal 974 egyptians died in autumn a attack port said Egypt Imp a government official said saturday latest figures showed 974 egyptians were killed in the British French attack last november on this Northern terminus of the Suez canal. This was the first time Egypt had Given an official figure. It represents a considerable scale Down from previous unofficial egyptian estimates running up to 3,000. Claim evidence funds misused in Baker Union Washington m Senate rackets probes saturday reported evidence that some top officials of the International Bakers Union received expensive automobiles and thousands of dollars misappropriated from Union treasuries. The special Senate Racket committee investigating u ions and Industry announced it will explore this and other allegations in Public hearings starting tuesday. Chairman Mcclellan dark and chief counsel Robert f. Kennedy said the inquiry will Deal with affairs of locals Chicago and los Angeles and possibly new York City As Well As those of the International Union which has Headquarters Here. Key witnesses they named James g. Cross the Union s International president and former vice president George Stuart As among key witnesses summoned to testify. Kennedy said the hearings will Deal at length with affairs of the old Chicago. Bakers locals no 100 and no. 300, which were merged last year into local no. 1, with a membership of 7,000. Mcclellan said evidence indicates that local no 100 was placed under trusteeship with Stuart assigned to run its affairs on the grounds that Cross and Stuart Felt there might be a misuse of Union funds if it were left in the hands of its locally elected officials. Under trusteeship the International Union appoints the local officers. Figure revised we think we will show Mcclellan said that what followed after the trusteeship was a misuse of Union the committee announced last Spring it was trying to learn what happened to some $20,000 of Baker Union funds. The figure has been revised since then to an estimated $50, 000. Charge youth attacked girl 5 Green Bay of a general police alarm was touched off saturday for a teen age boy who attacked a five year old girl and later slugged the child s Mother with a Hammer. Police described the Avail ant As Between 14 and 16, Short and he was sought for grabbing the Little girl in a far West Side residential area and dragging her into a nearby clump of Brush where her Mother found the child. The assailant struck the Mother on the head with a Hammer and fled into nearby Woods. Mother and daughter were taken to a Hospital for treatment. Wounds 3 persons during shooting spree Newark n. a construction worker and father of 10 children went on a shooting spree with two 12-gauge shotguns on a Busy tenement lined Street saturday and wounded three persons. Journal times Phi examining an automatic sub machine gun at the new army Reserve training Center were left to right col Charles c. Ege chief of the Wisconsin military District it. Col. Harry a Hinchcliffe commander of the 326th Field artillery battalion capt r. E. Cooke commander of company a 291st Engineer battalion and maj. Floyd n. Dixon officer in charge of the training Center. The Center has been occupied since december general Speaks at dedication of $140,000 Reserve armory Racine s new army Reserve training Center was called a building for peace not War by the commanding general of the 5th army at a dedication saturday afternoon. It. Gen. William h. Arnold said the armory is a Symbol of what democracy Means a place where citizen soldiers can prepare themselves so that if the need arises they can defend their country. Without Price we read about the costs Gen. Arnold said but you and i know our Birthright is without Price. When our Freedom is lost nothing on Earth will buy it from the Days of the founding of the Republic the general said the nation has depended and will continue to depend on the citizen Soldier who has the patriotism dog s Barking leads rescuers to lost twins Orting Wash. A the deep Barking of a Little Black Beagle led to the dramatic Rescue saturday of weeping 21-months old twin boys who were lost for 17 hours in the rugged Brush tangled Cascade Foothills near Here. If it had t been for that dog we might never have found them said Edward Yanasak father of the two Blue eyed Tow haired Kerry and Brown eyed Brown haired Kevin. / suffered scratches the twins did not appear to be Hurt except for scratches on hands and faces. More than 400 civilians and soldiers from nearby it. Lewis searched the area about 35 Miles Southeast of Seattle an in this Section 14 Einar 15 late Telegraph news pages 2,3,7,8,10,11,12 other unit of 600 troops was in route to the scene when the boys were found. The thankful father who was with one of the searching parties at another site when the boys were found said they were lying on ferns and Brush in a particularly rough Section when three Orting men were led to the scene by the Barking dog. Covered previously that same area had been covered by searchers two or three times before he said. They probably would have walked Light by my sons again if it had t been for Yanasak marvelled that the twins were Able to travel some 2 Miles from their farm Home during the 17 hours they were missing. The objects of the intensive search had nothing to say about their adventure. They Don t talk very much explained the father. They just talk Between themselves to devote a part of his time to his country. Also speaking was col. Charles c. Ege chief of the Wisconsin military District. He said the new training Center would provide the space and facilities to help Reserve units perform their jobs. Mayor Jack Humble said the new facility constructed last year at a Cost of $140,000, will help Racine reservists prepare for their part in National de Rense. Plan additions in these troublesome times said the mayor we should be ready to meet any emergency that arises. The training which has and will be Given Here will go a Long Way a building the men who train Here As citizens of maj. Floyd n. Dixon officer in charge of the training Center said a proposed expansion of the building will include two additional wings on the South and West of the building at 2310 Center St. Construction costs will be about $129,000, he said with work tentatively scheduled to begin before july 1958. Traffic death toll climbs past 200 by the associated press Highway deaths for the Long memorial Day weekend climbed steadily All Day saturday but safety authorities were hopeful that the final figures would remain below even non Holiday totals. Late saturday night the traffic death figure stood at 260. Drownings totalled 89 and other Holiday connected accidental deaths 63. State taxpayers set record Madison a record $2 billion was collected during 1956 from Wisconsin taxpayers a report said saturday. The Wisconsin taxpayers Alliance said the total represents payments to All governmental units during the fiscal year ending june 30, 1956. The report said payments to the Federal government were slightly below the record $1.4 billion set in 1953. State and local collections were above $670 million an increase of 16 per cent Over the previous fiscal year the Alliance said. The state increase was accounted for the report said in the 20 per cent surtax on incomes and a 2-cent per gallon tax on gasoline. Income taxes made up the largest share of taxes paid by state residents and business. The Federal share of the income Levy was $1.2 billion eight times the total of the state income tax. Property taxes were next highest accounting for $350 million in payments. Ban in Jordan Amman Jordan saturday imposed a ban on All egyptian newspapers and magazines until further i million Cost would cover 10-year period a program to install new lighting on approximately 20 Miles of City streets within the next 10 years will be discussed by aldermen at a committee of the whole meeting monday night. Also on the Agenda will be review of an ordinance to ban overnight parking by sections one night a week to Aid Street sweeping and Snow removal. Cost $�/2 million the Street lighting program will Cost an estimated $14 Mil Ion dollars said Fred Kaiser City traffic Engineer. But he pointed out the new lights in most cases Mercury vapor fixtures would reduce nighttime traffic accidents by at least 30 per cent and the City would save approximately $12,000 in operating costs. The lighting program would include the major thoroughfares with the streets showing the greatest incident of nighttime accidents receiving top priority. Kaiser said the plan would include the installation of new lights in All of the business districts. The City has been asked by each of the business districts to install new lights he added. Compare a client rates estimates of the value of better Street lighting in reducing traffic accidents has been proven in comparisons of the Accident rate on Washington Avenue. Kaiser said the Section of the thoroughfare West of Taylor Avenue lighted by Mercury vapor fixtures has one fifth the number of accidents As does the Section East of Taylor Avenue with conventional lighting. Even allowing for the lighter volume of traffic on the West end of the thoroughfare said Kaiser the number of accidents is at least a third the traffic Engineer also said the network of new Street lighting pattern is such that a Motorist travelling through the City would be driving under the new lighting 90 per cent of the time. Cost of the new lighting program would increase the annual budget outlay by $30,000 a year said Kaiser. Currently the City appropriates $20,000 a year for Street lighting in Tum Page 6, col. 1 a War photo his Mother tried to Stop the crying of Kevin Yanasak left after he and his twin brother Kerry missing All night in uie mountains were rescued. Racine area weather sunday june 2, 1957 fair with Little change in temperature. High in the 60 s. Light and variable Easterly winds. Mooday mostly fair and somewhat warmer. Expect 500 eagles in Racine for 3"Day state convention a nation wide eagles Campaign to encourage employers to hire older persons will be the theme of the three Day 55th annual state convention of the fraternal order of eagles opening thursday in Racine. About 500 persons i n eluding 250 delegates Are expected to at to e n a Robert Hurley president of the Racine eagles aerie said. The convention plans to Hurley endorse and discuss action on the National Eagle s jobs Over 40" Cam Paigr Hurley said. The program seeks to educate employers about advantages of hiring persons age 40 or older. List speakers Albert Matson convention chairman also announced that five National eagles leaders would address the convention. They Are Phillip Bigley Viroqua. Wis., grand aerie trustee and investment counsellor the Rev. Elwood Cassedy Sentinel Butte n. D., director of the eagles supported boys Home on the Range Lloyd Stoddard Rochester minn., North Central regional president or. T. V. Watson Bloomington 111., honorary chairman of the National eagles Damon Runyon fund committee and Francis Schroeder Detroit lakes minn., chairman of the eagles National judiciary committee. Convention sessions will be Tura to Page 6, col 4

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