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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 16, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin Ranore 8t7ndat a Tosetto 2 Sunn Day Limo 19, warns Russia continued from Page 1 said this was a serious obstacle to improved relations. Macmillan s message appealed to Russia to help dispel the threat of War by constructive co operation in Europe the Middle East and in the five Power disarmament talks now underway in London. Urge u. S. Join place atoms Agency. Washingtonian the Senate foreign relations committee urging u. S. Entry into the International atoms for peace Agency said saturday that its inspection procedures can provide a first step towards effective nuclear disarmament. It is the committee s View that the people of the United states have much to gain and at no undue risk by associating themselves with this new Agency the committee said in a formal report recommending Senate ratification of the atoms for peace treaty. The report said in effect that United states prestige would suffer a body blow the Senate were to reject the idea first proposed by president Eisenhower in a speech before the United nations Genera Assembly in 1953. Senate leaders have scheduled the treaty for Senate action starting monday. Once enmeshed in a controversy that threatened ratification the treaty is now expected to win approval handily. Howitzer blah kills Soldier it. Knox by. In one Soldier was killed and three others were injured saturday when a 155-mm. Self propelled howitzer exploded during a training exercise. The victim was sgt. Thomas w. Frazier 26, Vine Grove by. Injured were Cpl. James p. Morgan 24, Sulphur Springs Texas pfc. Otis Green 22, Columbus ga., and pvt. Richard l. Watts 23, Amelia Ohio. Rustici Stelcs passage through Turk Strait Sank i key up soviet i Sla has requested passage Fli rough the turkish Straits for six of her warships. Foreign ministry sources saturday night said the russians in submitting the request in accordance with the Monteux conv it Ion indicated that six units of their Black sea Fleet would transit the bosporus and Dardanelles Straits to join naval Maneu vers in the Baltic area. Three units of the British Mediterranean Fleet which recently passed through the Straits in the reverse direction now Are visiting the turkish Black sea ports facing the russian coast Brick Smas mis window a Brick was thrown through a plate Glass window at Central radio & television service 1210 Grove ave., shortly before Midnight saturday. Police said they were seeking two boys Riding bicycles. Raise Treasury loss to $5 million in Illinois at Dorsey funeral service band Leader Guy Lombardo right and comedian Jackie Gleason second from right both honorary pallbearers watched As the coffin of band Leader Jimmy Dorsey was carried from St. Patrick s Cathedral in new York after a solemn requiem mass Dorsey 53, died wednesday of cancer. Raging flood Waters deluge St. Louis areas 17 dead continued from Page 1 Ped into a Hole pitching him into High water. Another Man helping stalled motorists 28-year-old Rudy Reuschel of Belleville drowned when he lost his footing and was swept off a Bridge into deep water. 4 missing four other persons were re ported missing at spit Hon near Belleville. Two other persons in Southern Illinois Are unaccounted for and May have drowned. A 68-year-old electrical firm owner George Kampelmann drowned when he slipped and fell in two or three feet of water while trying to clean a Brush clogged storm sewer. The body of 49-year-old Theodore l. Dierker of Lemay was found in his car which was recovered from Gravois Creek in Southwest St. Louis county. At least seven persons were injured As a result of the heavy rain. The weather. Bureau re ported 8.74 inches of rain. It said it had no record of Havier in for Suoi Ifa. Short a much As 10. Inches of rain was reported unofficially in adjoining Illinois towns. Seven Hundred residents of Caseyville iii., were forced from their Homes. East Jett. Louis a City of 90,000 reported at least 1,000 persons had evacuated their Homes. Water was two and three feet deep in places and some streets were under water. A National guard unit a Tro Ledr streets and assisted in Rescue work at Belleville hit by its worst flood in history. Rainfall in downtown Belleville was yen officially reported at 13.75 athe to canal Timbs sunday bulletin 212 for Ali St the Jon rnai to me company Ownen of Fdl of he no _ j. D. Emu Tiki Rani def. A Rry b. Lepolt Devon beo.-tiea�. Subscription in ates is Cedis journal Tartei Dally including the journal times sunday bulletin. Boat delivery re to a in Racine Cit zone 48e per week and in Racine. Retail zone 350 per week payable to Carrier. Motor i Cilc service to Racine City and retail zones three months. $6.80 fix months 111.70 one year. 23.40. Mau subscription rates apply Only in areas where motor routes or Carrier service is not available in Racine be Bosha and Walworth counties six months. $7.0o one year ji12.00. Outside mall up to to Miles one month six months �3.00 one year armed Bervice rates six months. one year . Outside mall Over Soi Miles one month. Ji.7b six months 110.00 one year a in a Tornado struck the tiny Kansas town of Kensington late saturday damaging three h6mes. The twister also snapped Power and Telephone lines disrupting service to the town there were no injuries. Auto collision kills 5 in Oregon Bend Ore. We five persons including two children were killed in a collision Between two automobiles two Miles East of this Central Oregon City. A car driven by Jeffrey Stoddard 16, came out of a Side Road acid collided with an automobile coming Down . 20. Stoddard and Robert Jer sen 18, suffered critical head injuries. Both Are from Bend. The dead All in the other car were identified As John e. Milson 37, Halsey Ore. His wife Christine 26 their two daughters Glenda Gail ,10, and Figiela june 4 and a Darl Laxton 20, broken Bow out far mail order firm offers contract Chicago -13 Montgomery Ward & co. Officials said saturday they have offered some 20,000 teamsters Ynion members pay and fringe benefits increases ranging from to 23 cents hourly. Charles j. Barnhill company Secretary and. Labor relations manager said the Overall Cost to the company will be More than $2 million annually. Union members Are to vote on the offer. Chicago a a Syndicate of thieves and embezzler has looted the Cook county Chicago Treasury of almost $5 million dollars officials said saturday. Shortages in the coffers of the democratic nominated county building stood at $4-600,000. States atty. Benjamin Adamowski a Lone Wolf in politics who is uncovering the scandals said the losses could easily go several millions of dollars higher. Adamowski is a Democrat who turned Republican to break his sex party s monopoly on top Cook county offices. New discovery Adamowski s auditors discovered the latest evidence of missing Money Friday. It amounted to $1 million and apparently involved both the county clerk and county treasurer s office Adamowski said. Previously Adamowski had uncovered $600,000 in improperly disbursed funds in the treasurer s office and a loss of about $3 million through failure of collect full penalties on delinquent taxes Over Twe past 10 years. Adamowski s top assistant Elmer c. Sandquist said the latest looting was the work of a Syndicate of robbers. Scores knew scores of persons must have known what was going on Sandquist said. The thieving practices were apparently so common some employees even thought they were Legal he said., Elier Adamowski said a full audit of All funds in the county treasurer s office would blow the lid off the county building. Adamowski Jaid he believes democratic party leaders dumped Cook. County treasurer Herbert c. Paschen a their candidate for governor last year because they did t want newspapers snooping around any longer. Trapped by fall woman rescued r 3scue squad member saturday night freed a 65-year-old woman from her apartment where she was trapped after breaking an Arm. They used a ladder to enter a second floor window of mrs. Martha e. Naylor s apartment at 736 main St. Squad members said she had become trapped Between her bed and the Wall after falling and breaking her left Arm. Mrs. Naylor was Able to reach her phone and signalled the operator who contacted the Rescue squad. After find ing her door locked they climbed to the window. Mrs. Faylor treated at St. Mary s Hospital. Lead is the end product of Seyfi ral types of radioactive decay. New i Rop. Clean pure anal Glass seed 35c Perl. 5 it. $1.70 Quick touch Ana car putt go per cent. Germination 93 Ner cent Back seeb ?0. Open sundays  0019 Wash. Ave. Delegates accuse Union president Akron ohioan resignation of James c. Cross an International president of the bakery workers Union if he is found guilty by the Al Cio ethical practices committee was demanded saturday by delegates representing the Tri state Council of bakery workers. The Tri state Pouncil accused Cross of using International funds for personal use and. Failing to protect funds of local unions which were placed under trusteeship. Report Iraq Prem a is Baqi and Iraq pre Chiei Nuri said Vyas Rei ported saturday to have asked King Faisal to release him from further governmental responsibilities because of his health.,. Reliance informants said the 69-year-old political Leader wants to leave for Europe for a medical checkup but expressed belief he would accept the King s dictate to form new Cabinet no one else drive in banking expert meet mrs Ann Morkert 915 Montclair drive. You la find her most any afternoon at drive in window no. 1, North Side Bank. She s one of our banking experts with 10 Complete Bank services at her fingertips. And her special Pride is to serve you swiftly find efficiently. A a Veteran of Mai a years at the North Side Bank mrs. Morkert has been carefully selected and intensively trained for her drive in window Post. Shell cheerfully open your account. Cash your checks. Make your deposits pay your electric and phone Bills while you enjoy the Comfort and privacy of your car. Drive in after work land have mrs. Morkert or one of her equally efficient co workers open an account for you. Find out for yourself the wonderful banking convenience that is bringing so Many Racine people Over to the North Side to do their banking. After work All Brive Intondi Alk. Up it widows open 9 30 t of 30 monday Hru theirs inlay from is till 8 00. Member . Bank from your car North Side Bank Milwaukee Avenue at High Street f i r s t i n a n k i n g c o n v e n i e n c e six sixth. At. Villa Yow i the suit that practically takes care of itself completely. Wash. N. Wear by. Aqua Cool. $3 95 Cool featherweight Wash n Wear. A completely practical suit that keeps its Crisp Well pressed look for Days on end can be washed and Vorn again in a few hours without need of ironing. And it s a thoroughly distinctive suit that Ethan Ier. A Man s appearance and Kleps him pleasantly Cool and relaxed even on the hottest Days. 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