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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 9, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine Jour omes vol. 28, no. 7 Racine wis., sunday 9, 1957 98 pages--6 suctions-10 cents votes 2d Democrat in running for m Carthy Job prom press dispatches Washington rep. Clement j. Zablocki a wis threw his hat into the ring for the Senate seat of the late Joseph Mccarthy. He was the second Democrat to announce he would run. Rep. Henry s. Reuss a wis another prospective candidate announced simultaneously with Zablocki that he would defer to Zablocki and not seek the seat. W i 1 i a m Proxmire the party s thrice Defeated candidate for governor got into the race Friday. A third possible democratic candidate was Tate sen. Henry Maier. Sounding Board the democrats Are conducting operation sounding see Competition from a Power United nations ital atomic Power is expected to compete in Cost with More conventional Power in the United states Between 1965 and 1970, according to a unit i nations report released saturday night. Some 18 new nuclear plants to produce electricity Are scheduled to be in operation in at least six countries by 1962, it was reported. One is scheduled to go into operation in Brazil in 1961, one in Canada in 1959, one in France in 1959, one in Britain ii 1961-62, two in Russia at indefinite dates and 12 in the United states and Alaska Between 1957 and 1962. The report notes that nuclear plants contemplated for the near future May require twice As much investment per kilowatt As conventional steam plants but perhaps not As much As hydroelectric plants. As for fuel the report notes that in some reactors one ton of uranium will produce the heat equivalent of 10,000 tons of Coal. Using fast breeder reactors in the future it is hoped that one ton of uranium will give As much heat As 1,-000,000 tons of Coal. Report russian is dead of 157 Londonio Moscow radio saturday reported the death of Egor Korotev in his 157th year in the Village of Ermani in the caucasus. The soviet broadcast claimed Korotev was the oldest Man in the Board a Survey of the grass roots to find their Best candidate for the july 30 special primary election. The Democrat and Republican Winner will Square off in the special general election aug. 27. The first of the meetings was held in Green Bay saturday. About 40 delegates were present from the 8th District which includes populous Brown and out Agamie counties. Proxmire present the Only announced candidate present was William Proxmire of Madison who earlier had failed to endorse the meetings scheduled for each of the state s 10 congressional districts. Zablocki said problems before Congress would require his presence in Washington Over the next several weeks and so limit the amount of Active campaigning he could conduct in Wisconsin. In his fifth term in the House he is a ranking member of the House foreign affairs committee and chairman of its far Eastern subcommittee. Won t endorse any candidate in Senate race go s lawyers to subpoena 3 in Sifa Council. Hips state Cio pres Royiw Milwaukee the executive Board of the Kenosha county Cio Council issued a blast at state Cio presi debit Charles m. Schultz saturday for what it thened his endorsement of rep. Henry Reuss a wis for the democratic nomination to the . Senate. Schultz in another statement asserted that his invitation to Reuss to run was by no stretch of. The imagination an endorsement of takes exception in Washington Reuss Liim self said that he was not running anyway. The Kenosha Board said in a Telegram to Schultz that it takes exception to your statement that you represent the 100,000 working people of the Cio in this state in your All out support of Henry Reuss. Your action i dangers both the democratic party in the critical year of a special election and our own state organization in the critical year of Al Cio disclaiming any endorsement Schultz said i happen to think that Reuss would make a Good . Senator. But our invitation to Reuss was merely a desire on our part to know where he tinkering with fire Schultz also asserted that democratic politicians Are tinkering with fire if they Al Rush into the Senate race. Too Many self-5eeking democrats Are risking the chances for ultimate Victory by using the primary As a form of outdoor washingtonian attorneys for army specialist Williams. Girard Saturdey opened a new front in their attack on president Eisenhower s decision to turn the Young Soldier Ohr to a japanese court for manslaughter trial. Joseph s. Robinson a member of Girard s defense panel announced he is preparing subpoenas to Call former Secretary of state Dean Acheson and Sens. Alexander Wiley a wis and styles Bridges . Into Federal court in Washington on the Case. These three co signers of the .-Japan Security treaty will be asked whether they agree that the u. S. Government had the right to turn Girard Over to Japan for trial on a crime committed on a military seek sex ambassador Robinson also said former ambassador to Japan John m. Allison May be subpoenaed for questioning on his authorization of the status of forces agreement governing rights of american troops based in Japan the new move foreshadowed a Ziajor Legal Challenge to the agreement s clause permitting u. S. Officials to waive jurisdiction Over servicemen. Predicts no trial a Washington attorney for Girard predicted saturday that the Soldier would be brought Home by court order and never would stand trial in a japanese attorneys disagreed. Three congressmen Satur Flash Princess is wearing Ueen s hand me Downs q London the sunday dispatch reports that Princess Anne 6, wears her Kotlier s Cut Down clothes. Nearly All Princess Anne s summer dresses this year have been fashioned from clothes the Queen wore in Nigeria says the dispatch. And two of the Queen s prettiest Ball gowns Are party frocks for her the tip came from an unimpeachable source Princess Anne. Congratulated on her yellow dress by an admiring visitor the Princess said it s not new it s Cut Down from Rummy a and while Princess Anne is a earing Mummy s Hanoi me Downs Prince Charles is learning from Poppa Prince Philip How to drive a car says the sunday express. He bowls around the roads on the Royal estate of Sand Ringham. The car has an automatic gear. So All Prince has to do is step on the Gas steer and put on the brakes. 4 russians consider sending i feet dogs into space Moscow High flying rocket dogs equipped i Ith up Terai space suits and trained to withstand the Rigours of space travel pay take part in Russia s geophysical year experiments. This was disclosed saturday by literary Gazette which inked a report on preparations for launching 100 rockets during the International Geo phys Cal year with projects to train the dogs As space travellers. The newspapers said the rockets will be fired from Franz Josef land in the soviet archangel the Middle latitudes of Russia and from Mirny station in the Antarctic. The rockets Are designed to reach altitudes of 50 to 125 Miles the newspaper said. Presumably these will include Day called for legislation to prevent american servicemen from being turned Over to foreign government for trial. The three Are rep. Victor a Anfuso any. Rep. Ernest we Forton Rny and rep Gordon Canfield a no. Saudi Arabia s King arrives in Jordan Amman Jordan i King Saud of saudi Arabia arrived saturday for a state visit that caused uneasiness in Egypt. The announced purpose was to strengthen relations Between Jordan and saudi Arabia. In this Section local 6, 18 Einar 19 late Telegraph news pages 2,3 4,10,11,13,14 a War photo which i one will it be candidates for the late sen. Mccarthy s Senate seat jokingly pointed at each other during a Lull in the Wisconsin gop convention. The aspirants Are from left Walter Kohler Henry p. Hughes Warren f. Knowles Alvin e. O Konski and Glenn r. Davis. Engine fails on Dulles plane rockets for launching the soviet Union s Earth satellite. Literary Gazette said the rocket dogs Are trained to serve without the drugs or narcotics administered to monkeys and mice used in similar flights in the United states. The newspaper told How the dogs have already reached altitudes of More than 60 Miles in rockets then have parachuted to Earth without harmful effects. Elephant explodes Rome of a rubber elephant exploded at the Rome Trade fair saturday injuring 13 persons. The big elephant was being inflated for a advertising display when the Gas in it caught fire and exploded. Washington Secretary of state Dulles made a Safe emergency Landing saturday when one of his plane s two engines conked out. When reporters raced up to him afterwards Dulles broke into laughter saying i almost outfoxed you this it was Dulles Way of saying that for once in his 4t 0,707 Miles of travel As Secretary he had landed without being met by newsmen. The reporters together with state department officials had been waiting at Washington s National Airport when Dulles plane developed an engine failure the Pilot set Down at the Navy s Anacostia Field several Miles away across the Potomac River. The plane a two engine con Valr 340, was bringing Dulles mrs. Dulles four aides and a Crew of five from new York City. Prom press dispatches la Crosse the Wisconsin Republican convention voted saturday to select in a wide open primary its nominee to run in a special election for the u. S. Senate seat left vacant by the death of sen. Joseph Mccarthy. The 3,500 convention delegates approved the no endorsement policy by voice vote after rejecting 2,526-801, a minority report of the rules committee favouring endorsement. The convention s action was also in line with the executive committee s 19-8 vote against endorsement. 5 seek office in the scramble for the nomination Are former gov. Walter Kohler former rep. Glenn Davis rep. Alvin o Konski it. Gov. Warren Knowles and former state supreme court Justice Henry Hughes. The Winner of the july 30 primary meets the democratic Victor in the aug. 27 special general election to fill the vacancy. In another action the convention approved a Resolution asking the u. S. Senate to expunge from the record the Cen sure voted Mccarthy in 1954 for his actions during Sena Toria investigations of subversives. The delegates urged the action in order that the judgment of history May be unimpaired concerning the investigations of internal ask change in Law the convention also adopted a Resolution urging the state legislature to change Wisconsin Law so that the governor could fill congressional vacancies by appointment. The Resolution asks that the legislature take this action sometime after the special Senate election reasons Given for the request were that special elections Are costly the state s representation in Washington should not be interrupted for any length of tire and that the balance of Power in Congress should be maintained. Thomson did not have the Power to appoint a successor to Mccarthy. He had the option of leaving the Senate seat vacant until 1958, or calling an election. Reject Resolution the convention rejected a Resolution calling for a closed primary in Wisconsin and it passed an amendment to the party s Constitution which takes away the option of counties to adopt the unit Rule in convention votes. Another Resolution adopted put the convention on record As expressing its belief and Confidence in president Eisenhower and the Wisconsin Republican representatives in it commended the a makers for the outstanding work they Are doing in Federal government. Also adopted was a Resolution putting the delegates on record against Federal Aid to education. Each of the five senatorial candidates made five minute talks. Ovation for Davis Davis received a Long ovation and said he would run on the principles and policy of our party As we understood them in 1956 and understand them Davis lost to sen. Wiley in the 1956 primary election. There were a few Boos when Kohler walked to the Rostrum which were quickly drowned out by applause and cheers that ended with a standing ovation. Kohler aligned himself with the Eisenhower adm Nistra t i o a saying its achievements were remarkable and that the president is an extraordinary Kohler praised the administration for removing economic controls arresting inflation averting wars military preparedness. All without shedding one drop of american the former governor said he did not agree with everything Eisenhower had done and cited his opposition to Federal Aid to education As an example. He said he believed we will get far More for our educational Dollar if be raise it and spend it at conservative Republican Knowles told delegates he is a conservative Wisconsin he said he was opposed to Federal Aid to education that we should t continue to throw foreign Aid Down a rat Hole the Federal budget should be Cut and that alliances such As that with Marshall Tito of Yugoslavia should be done away with. O Konski in an impassioned speech said history is rewriting wrongs done to sen. Robert Larouette sr., Billy Mitchell and Gen. Douglas Macarthur turn to Page 2, col. I eagles Emu convention Wisconsin eagles were preparing to leave Racine this noon at the end of their four Day state convention at Eagle Hall. Among Active in convention activities were left to % journal times photo right Albert Matson 1318 Villa st., convention chairman the Rev. Elwood Cassedy Sentinel Butte n. D. Norbert Martin Oshkosh state president and Robert Hurley 1619 Grove ave. Racine Eagle president. See Story Page 6. Sun to run radio Washington m the army said saturday it May soon have a helmet radio that will run for a year merely by being exposed to sunlight. Racine area weather sunday june 8, 1957 partly Cloudy and warmer today. High in the upper 60s, except lower near the Lake. Low tonight in the mid sos. Southeasterly winds 10 to 15 Miles an hour. Mont Jay considerable cloudless with occasional showers. I

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