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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 2, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin Racis loses court Appeal Cincinnati up John Kasper saturday lost his Appeal from a contempt of court conviction which grew out of school integration disorders at cd non tenn., last August. But Kasper s attorney j. Benjamin Simmons said in Washington that the Case would be carried to the u. S. Supreme court. Kasper executive Secretary of the Seaboard White citizens Council was sentenced in u. S. District court at Knoxville tenn., to a year in jail on grounds he violated a restraining order issued by that court to prevent interference with integration of negro and a Hite pupils in Clinton High school. Kasper has been listed As being from Camden n. J., and Washington. Panel unanimous a three judge panel of the u. S. Court of appeals 6th circuit was unanimous saturday in affirming the conviction. Chief judge Charles Simons and judges Thomas Mcallister and Shackleford Miller participated. The Case arose after integration of the Clinton school had been ordered. The appeals court said there was no violence connected with the integration of 12 negro pupils until Kasper arrived in Clinton from somewhere in the East. His declared purpose established cumulatively by Many witnesses was to run the negroes out of the school the appeals court said in an opinion written by judge Simons or to cause d. Brittain its principal to resign his Job and so to violate the court s segregation the court said mass picketing then started and students and faculty were the opinion said that after a District court restraining order to prevent interference with integration was issued Kasper said the order did not mean anything and that the supreme court s ruling in segregation cases was not the Law of the the appeals court rejected Kasper s plea that his conviction violated his right of free speech. A War photo Rock Roll prom All was decorum at this High school senior prom in Louisville ky., until the orchestra Cut Loose with a few hot licks. Mary Ray Douglas 18, and Joe Breen could t help cutting a Rug. _ unaware of Skull fracture child goes through 3 states Omaha neb. Ipi a Little Omaha girl who travelled across three states saturday unaware that she had a fractured Skull was under a doctor s care Here and was reported in Good condition. Deanna Lynn Hofmeister 9, arrived Here with her parents and Learned that she had been the object of a three state search by authorities. The child was rushed to a doctor who found she had a slight concussion in addition to the fractured Skull. He prescribed bed rest for a few Days and said the child was in Good condition. The girl was in route Home with her family or. And mrs. Donald Hofmeister her sister. Donna Jean 5, and her infant brother Donald jr., 16 months when their car was involved in a traffic Accident near Laporte ind., Friday night. Mansfield urges Summit Parley june makes violent debut Iby the Assoc nud press june staged a blustery arrival saturday bringing tornadoes and floods in parts of the mid continent and the threat of Frost in the North. Twisters started out of storm Clouds Over Texas and Arkansas. A Tornado Alert was issued for parts of Texas Oklahoma Arkansas Missouri Tennessee and Mississippi. Torrential Rains brought More flooding to moisture Sodden Texas and Oklahoma plagued by six weeks of Stormy weather. Frost forecast a surge of Canadian air pushed deep into the Midwest and an overnight Frost was forecast for parts of Northern Wisconsin Northeast Minnesota and upper Michigan. The weather Bureau said a saturday morning twister a roofed several barns and blew Down Trees near Texarkana Ark. No injuries were reported. Another twister lashed out of a Black Cloud during a heavy rain near Kenedy in South Texas. It did t quite touch ground. Creeks swirled out of their Banks after Rains up to 6 inches drenched the Matador and roaring Springs area South of Plainview in Western Texas. Thunderstorms rumbled Over Corpus Christi in the Texas Gulf Region and at Childress in the Southeast Texas Panhandle. Rains also pelted the Western Texas Panhandle sections near Lubbock Abilene Amarillo and Dalhart. Iracone sunday bulletin ,, Jane j. 1957 poles Are leaving . With $95 million in Aid a War photo maid denies slaying i would t do it sobbed mrs. Linda Mintz .34, a polish born housemaid booked on suspicion of murder in the bludgeoning of mrs. Thelma Macomber 42, wealthy los Angeles society Matron. Police said they have a Good circumstantial Case against mrs. Mintz who still carries the tattooed number on her Arm which was hers when she was a prisoner in a nazi concentration Camp during world War ii. Washington w communist Poland s economic Mission is preparing to return to Warsaw soon with a .$95-Mil-lion . Aid agreement. Tentative plans have been made to sign Here next week the controversial agreement to Aid the Independence seeking Warsaw . Final arrangements await House action on legislation to provide $1 billion Worth of farm surpluses for Sale overseas. The Bill is scheduled for final House action on monday. The Senate already has completed its action. Poland will receive $35,700,-, 000 Worth of Cotton $32,000,-Jooo Worth of wheat $10,000,000 Worth of fats and oils and .$4,-000,000 for Coal mining machinery and equipment. Another $13,300,000 will be provided to pay trans Atlantic and other transportation costs. Poland will pay for these items with zlotys its National j currency thus saving its limited Supply of foreign Exchange. Poland also will get a $.30-miilion loan from president Eisenhower s special emergency fund. This loan will be administered by the Export import Bank. Washington Imp sen. Mansfield a Mont proposed saturday that president Eisenhower initiate a new Summit conference to seek agreement with Russia and Britain for suspending tests of Hydrogen super bombs. Mansfield a member of the Senate foreign relations committee and the Senate s assistant democratic Leader suggested the conference be limited to the one big he said other conferences have suffered from trying to do too much. Reservoir rises on the heels of 6.57 inches of rain North of Lake Texoma the Texas Oklahoma Reservoir Rose to a record height and had yet to Crest. Denison Texas at the dam reported 1.63 inches. Water poured l /2 feet Over the spillway. . Engineers said when the dam was built in 1941 that such an overflow would occur Only about once a Century. Some 36,000 cubic feet of water was being released per second through the dam s flood Gates into the red River. Another .5,000 cubic feet per second flowed through Power ducts. Unseasonably warm weather with abundant Sunshine was the Rule Over most of the area West of the Continental Divide. Ike s doctor cites value of exercise Milwaukee Oil or. Paul Dudley White the doctor who treated president Eisenhower for his heart ailment said saturday that heart disease can be prevented by eating fewer fatty foods and getting plenty of exercise. White told a meeting of the Wisconsin heart Assn. That walking cycling and swimming Are the Best forms of exercise for adults. White said that As far As he knows Eisenhower is in Good physical condition. Baptist group picks Chicago Philadelphia up the general Council of the american Baptist convention saturday recommended by a close 17-14 vote that the denomination choose Chicago As its Headquarters City. The University of Chicago has offered land on its Campus valued at $1 million if the Abc chosen to build its Headquarters there. The University is historically associated with this Northern Baptist group and has a Baptist divinity school. Opposing the Chicago move Are two groups one favouring Philadelphia Home of the j american Baptist publication society and the other new York City where most of the Abc s boards and agencies Are now situated in scattered offices. Delegates to the 50th annual sessions will vote on the question monday. New crop. Clean perennial grass seed 35c per la 5 ten. $1.70 Quick Tounith and Hardy Purl to 89 per cent. Germination 92 Ner cent. Back seed co. Open sundays  5010 Wash. Ave. _ our greatest men s Short sleeve sport now you can Bank after work hundreds of Racine people Are discovering the new Cem Clience of stopping after work at the North Side Bank to Cash checks and make depotii.?. Why Don t you join them you la find a j r new late afternoon hours make Currii ii lunch time Hanking seem nervous Anri t Jid fashioned. Relax Bank the fast easy after work Way. 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