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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 16, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times Man vol. 28, no. 8 Racine wis., sunday june 16, 1957 84 pages-6 sections-10 cents order ready Reserve members freed from draft Call also liberalize deferments in hardship cases Washington i president Eisenhower saturday relaxed selective service regulations and granted deferment from the draft to All youths serving satisfactorily in the reject proposal senators attend disarm talks Washington up Eisenhower administration plans to reinforce the u. S. Disarmament negotiating team at London suffered a setback saturday when Senate democratic Leader Lyndon b. Johnson of Texas vetoed a proposal by Secretary of state Dulles to Send Over a bipartisan panel of Senate advisers to work with delegation chief Harold Stassen. Johnson said he had advised Dulles it would not be Wise for members to be absent from the Senate now. If any should go sifter adjournment presently expected in August they should serve Only As observers and not As advisers Johnson said. May read cables Johnson said he would consider the possibility of designating some senators to i egad the cables and keep Abri list in Washington of Lor Doii conference developments. He said however it was his opinion that this too should be done in the role of observers not advisers. Dulles had been hopeful aides reported that a Republican and a democratic senator would be assigned to work with Stassen in View of what officials called the constructive attitude of the soviet Union. Initial treaty possible in a word the administration believes it actually May be possible in the next year or so to achieve an initial disarmament treaty and is becoming More concerned with the problem of Senate ratification if Liat happens. Officials said sen. Humphrey a Minn and Hickenlooper a Iowa Are the ranking senators primarily concerned with the disarmament problem at this time. Humphrey is chairman of the special Senate committee on disarmament and Hickenlooper is a member. United Germany vital Macmillan tells reds London up British prime minister Harold Macmillan bluntly warned soviet Premier Nikolai Bulgarin saturday that the East West conflict cannot be settled without the reunification of Germany. The British Leader in a 3,000-word personal message to Bulgarin also declared that the greatest need at present was an agreement on both conventional and atomic disarmament. Some measure of agreement on this Issue would be a real contribution to the reduction of world tension and to the settlement of the Many problems which now confront us Macmillan told the Kremlin. The prime minister lashed out against the policy of repression now being pursued in Hungary by a regime being maintained in Power by the presence of soviet he turn to Page 2, col 1 ready reserves of the armed forces. Eisenhower also provided for deferment of some hardship cases and a few aliens. On the recommendation of selective service i r e c t o r Lewis b. Hershey Eisenhower ordered that men giving Satis factory service in ready Reserve units will be classed As not available for induction regardless of their age at the time they entered the Reserve. Until now the reservists could be called up if necessary to meet draft Calls although this was unlikely because they served at least six months on Active duty before joining Reserve groups. Relatively Small total presidential press Secretary James c. Hagerty provided no figure for the number of men who would be affected but indicated the total would be relatively Small. At Quantico va., where he was attending a defense conference Hershey explained to reporters that the general effect of the order was to extend to prospective draftees of any age the provision now limited to 1714-year-Olds deferment from the draft if a period of Active duty is served satisfactorily in the Reserve. Thus a Man 25 years old could receive deferment if m served an Active duty period As a Reserl Risty no estimate Hershey said he had no Way of estimate Iii at this time the number who might be affected by the order. An executive order by Eisenhower also provided for deferring any registrant whose service would result in extreme hardship to persons dependent on him for support. Previously the dependency deferment was available Only to those who could show that induction a Ould cause both extreme hardship and extreme privation to their dependents. Crash fatal to father of 6 by the associated press the death of a Rural two Rivers Man saturday boosted the 1957 Wisconsin Highway toll to 320, compared with 397 a year ago this Date. Melvin Litersky 36, the father of six children was killed when his panel truck struck an elevated driveway. Junta imposes curfew on Haiti port a Prince Haiti in Haiti s new ruling military Junta clamped a nationwide curfew on this Caribbean country saturday in the Wake of the bloodless coup that ousted and exiled provisional president dailies fignole. Fignole arrested and ordered into exile was flown to Miami fla., saturday by a haitian air Force plane. Flood toll climbs in st. Louis area Brawl triggers demand that Gas quit Japan Tokyo of socialists seized saturday on William s. Girard s manslaughter Case newly complicated by a Brawl involving the chief japanese witness to support a demand for withdrawal of Alf american troops from Japan. About 3,000 representatives of the socialist party chief opposition to prime minister no Busuke Kishi s Liberal democratic government rallied in Tokyo s Hibiya Park and made political Hay of the firing Range death of mrs. Naka Sakai. They adopted a Resolution asking Kishi who leaves tonight for conferences in Washington to press american authorities for removal of All . Military units still based in this is to and nation and scrapping of a u. Sec arty treaty. Cite Girard Case they described the Girard Case As an example i what hat ens when Aine Rickii troops Are on japanese soil. Further demands that. . Authorities turn Over the 21-year-old army specialist from Ottar of 111., to Japan for trial we strongly protest to the United stated for its Many interventions with japanese jurisdiction the Resolution said. Particularly in the soil Saga Hara firing Range incident. Present Resolution a seven member delegation including two women presented a copy of the Resolution to the . Embassy. Court attaches at Maebashi where the japanese proposed to try Girard disclosed that the chief witness against Girard Hidetsugu Onozaki 29, had run into trouble himself with the Law. Police said he signed a confession that he became involved in a Street Brawl out Side a bar with three soldiers of Girard s outfit the 1st cavalry division and beat one of the soldiers with a piece of won t change Milwaukee a the state democratic party s administrative committee saturday refused to change the Date of its fall convention. Some party members had argued that the party should meet in August before the special primary election to name the successor to the late sen. Joseph Mccarthy. But the committee saturday voted to hold the convention As scheduled in october in Madison. The committee also voted to authorize state chairman Phil Leo Nash of Wisconsin rapids to name a special Campaign committee for the election. The committee will meet with the state finance committee and plan election spending. Drowns in tank Seymour wis. Up a David a. Krahn 23-months, drowned saturday night after he toppled into a Stock watering tank on his parents farm. Journo times photo praises Latke gov. Vernon w. Thomson Center speaking in Racine saturday night said Wisconsin s culture would Benefit from its residents of latin american descent. Pictured with Thomson at the league of United latin american citizens dinner Are Benjamin Navarro left Racine regional governor of the organization and Felix Tijerina Houston Texas National president. Story on Page 4. Sen. Byrd cafes inflation pm at est ban would t Shelve missile program Wilson Quantico a. A defense Secretary Charles e. Wilson said saturday the United states would be Able to Complete development of a 5,-500-mile-Range intercontinental guided missile icbms even if further nuclear tests Are banned. He added that this country probably would have a nuclear warhead to fit on such a robot weapon. Wilson made the statement at a press conference held after the final working session of some 170 top u. S. Military and civilian defense leaders at this rambling Marine base. The conference fifth in a series Truman in Milwaukee jabs at Ike a   declines to play role in state Senate race was held under extra Ordinary Security wraps to permit a More Frank discussion of critical defense problems. Special attention was focused on american missile development programs because of Russia s offer to suspend All nuclear testing for two or three years if the United states a buld do likewise. The United states is believed ready to agree to such a suspension perhaps for a Shorter period if proper safeguards can be worked out. Racine airman is heart victim in this Section local 4 16 Fenar 17 late Telegraph news pages 2,3,5,6,8,9,10,13 Milwaukee or former president hairy s. Truman charged saturday if Jet that Eisenhower foreign policies have bungled away the Trust of the nation s allies and the fear of its enemies. The fault lies in the Jack of leadership in the state department and the White House the sex president told a $25-a-plate Jefferson Jackson Day dinner audience. Our country is still admired my respected but our govern ment has lost both Confidence and respect he said. Truman said u. A foreign policies appeared to be successful four years ago but we seem to be slipping backward As the forces of comm Riisom Advance in the Middle East and far at a news conference earlier the Jaunty former president said Wisconsin democrats can t expect any help from him in winning the Senate seat of the late sen. Joseph r. Mccarthy next August because i m just a tired Farmer from Missouri. Truman refused to comment directly on whether Wisconsin would be doing a disservice to the nation if it sent a senator like Mccarthy to take his place. I did t like him when he was living and i Don t want to say a northing about him now Truman said. He also refused to endorse any of the hopefuls for the Wisconsin democratic senatorial nomination. That s one of the worst things an outsider can do he said. An outsider supported my opponent in Missouri and that s Why i was a fallout hooey talk about the danger of fallout in a bomb tests i. Hooey /�/.st. Ges Nori controversial Milwaukee hip becoming a Grandfather was the Only proposition i Ever got into where there s no controversy former president Truman said saturday. Truman s 4ughter, Margaret recently gave birth to her first child. I m a Little jealous though Truman said. He was on the front Page when he was Only three Days old. It took me 50 years to make it Truman said because the Sun has been sending Down fallout for years in the form of radioactive the u. S. Should not halt its tests and should never agree to a disarmament pact with Russia until there is a United nations police Force Truman said. He recalled he made 32 agreements with the russians at the 1945 Potsdam conference and they broke every one of them. Truman said the controversial status of forces treaty was made in the interest of world peace and should be kept. It was his Only comment on the Case of army specialist 3/c William Girard who faces trial on manslaughter charges in a japanese court under the treaty. A Racine airman 1st it Maxmillian b. Dajnowski 35, who died Friday of a heart attack at Chanute air Force Fykse Rantoul 111a ill be buried wednesday in fair Oaks Calif. Born in Racine on june 8, 1922, Dajnowski was a graduate of Washington Park High school. He enlisted in the air corps with the initial group of 25 Racine men who volunteered for duty at the outbreak of world War ii. The lieutenant served As a navigator aboard a b-25 bomber operating in the european theater. He survived the crash of one of the planes. An older brother Frank who left Friday for Chanute air Force base to join in a de-1 a y e d birthday Celebration planned for the airman arrived shortly after the lieutenant had been stricken. The lieutenant is survived by his wife Shirley of fair Oaks Calif., his Mother mrs. Katherine Dajnowski of 1928 Racine st., two Brothers Walter and William and a sister Lillian. Washington a sen. Harry f. Byrd a a said saturday the nation is Riding another spiral of inflation which will be very difficult to Byrd chairman of the Senate finance committee listed the threat As one of the issues with which he will be most concerned when the committee opens its economic policy investigation. The committee is scheduled to begin hearings tuesday with testimony from Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey who is expected to be in the witness chair for the rest of the week. The sweeping inquiry will touch on tight Money Federal taxes the budget and virtually All other Federal policies affecting the economic situation. Some of Byrd s fellow democrats will be most concerned with the administration s tight Money policy of High interest rates and its Impact on Small business Home building and other borrowing activities. Raging Waters kill 17 in Illinois and Missouri st. Louis the death toll reached 17 saturday night and at least four persons were missing in Flash floods which swamped st. Louis and surrounding Missouri and Illinois area. Some places in nearby ii Innis including downtown Belleville were completely Cut off. The heaviest downpour Here in 87 years nearly nine inches in less than 14 hours struck As st. Louis still was cleaning up its worst storm damage since the 1927 Tornado which left 84 dead and millions of dollars in damage. Suburbs swamped some suburbs were swamped with water. The business District of Lemas a suburb of st. Louis was under four feet of water. On the Illinois Side across the Mississippi River at least 3,100 persons had been forced to flee their Homes before the Flash floods. Seven members of a farm family were caught in their parked car by a Wall of water near Beaufort mo., 40 Miles Southwest of Here Early saturday and swept Down a Small Creek to their deaths. Another drowning was reported at Albers 111. James e. Dullea 57-year-old insurance agent was found dead Fountain of fish st. Louis up a rain swollen Lake at the Missouri botanical Garden Here gushed goldfish and Carp saturday and youngsters scooped them up in the Street with nets and pans. A Flash flood which struck this area caused the Lake to Rise and made great sport for 30 Young anglers. But the fish were doomed anyway for the path of the flooded Lake led to a sewer opening. Syria refuses to keep pledge of Aid to Jordan Damascus Syria Syria announced saturday it will refuse to keep its pledge of financial Aid to Jordan a move expected to Widen the split in the Arab world. The announcement was accompanied by a blast at King Hussein of Jordan and King Saud of saudi Arabia. It declared that a joint communique issued by Hussein and Saud on thursday was an attempt to throw dust in the. Eyes of Syria and Egypt. The communique reaffirmed a policy of positive neutralise proclaimed by Syria and Egypt. 205 algerian rebels slain say French Algiers m French military sources said saturday 205 algerian rebels were killed in a Battle at Cheria near the Bessa in Eastern Algeria. Seven a Ere taken prisoner the French reports said. French losses were not reported. By his wife in the Bottom of his flooded basement of his Home in est st. Louis 111. 2 victims at Belleville two victims recovered from a car in six feet of water were identified As William l. Smith of East st. Louis and Joseph Dickerson 30, of Mcclure 111. Mrs. Smith and another passenger Otto Sickler. 34, of Mcclure were rescued from the top of the car. Ralph f. Rahberger 67, of Lebanon 111., a Farmer drowned when his horse step turn to Page 2, col. 2 Racine area weather sunday Juno 18, ids mostly Cloudy cooler and More humid with showers and thunderstorms today and tonight. High in the up per 70s, except 70 near the Lake. Low tonight in the mid 60s. Southeasterly winds 18 to 24 Miles an hour. Monday partly Cloudy and drier

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