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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 23, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 28, no. 9 Racine wis., sunday june 23, 1957 94 pages-6 sections-10 cents see fullback of gis abroad Agency Calls for revision of Security setup Washington for a special investigating commission called saturday for a major overhaul of the government s loyalty Security programs. The 12-member commission on government Security set up by Congress in 1955 said that adoption of its recommendations would enhance the Protection afforded National Security while substantially in creasing the Protection of the it called the present loyalty Security programs for government workers a hybrid Hodge podge that has sorely tried a Public Confidence caused fear and unrest among employees and resulted in inconclusive judgments. The commission s key proposal urges creation of a sep Agate and Independent Central Security office to conduct loyalty hearings for civilian employees. Seeks fair play As a matter of fair play it held in its Soo Page report that employees accused of disloyalty should be Given the right to confront and Cross examine their accusers except when the derogatory Jinfon i Les is Tion was supplied by paid pee Fife ritual informants w h 6 see identity could not bfi4l without destroying tie i Lusie Ful Nesis in intelligence work. The commission also recommended criminal penalties for newspapermen or others who wilfully make Public secret government information. At present Only government employees May be prosecuted for such disclosures. The commission said a Law making it claim refugees Here illegally Washington his the. Commission of Goye ziment  Security saturday released a Legal opinion that some 25,-.000 hungarian refugees in this country were not valid Jim admitted. The opinion presented by counsel Samuel h. Liberman was contained in its report on government Security programs. Most of the 32,000 hungarian refugees were admitted under the emergency of parole provision of the 1952 immigration Law. But Liberman said that provision was intended to cover isolated individual cases rather than Large groups. A crime for anyone to do so would act As a genuine deterrent to those who. Without pernicious or subversive intent deliberately Compromise vital defense information for the Sake of publicity or for any commercial or other the report climaxed 18 months of work by the bipartisan commission headed by Loyd Wright los Angeles lawyer and former president of the american bar association. Presidential press Secretary James c. Hagerty said Eisenhower considers it a Good report and generally favors it. Hagerty added however that this did not commit the president to approving every recommendation. Hits administration method. The commission criticized the Eisenhower administration s program of mixing cases of disloyalty with other Security risks. It recommended that they be kept separate to guard employees fired for per Sonal aberrations from the turn to Page 2, col. 8 red China guns Pound Quemoy Taipei Formosa feb chinese communist coast artillery today bombarded the nationalist offshore islands around Quesnoy with 1,544 shells in the heaviest barrage in almost two years. A nationalist Central news Chain around Formosa Sayij i he Garrison on Quemoy Atiqi Tje i iia Aller islands around h have bee4 placed on general Alert for any possible communist invasion. A defense ministry communique said the red artillery fired 486 shells on Little Quemoy Titan and Ertan before Dawn saturday. A second barrage later in the morning rained 1,068 rounds on the three islands which lie Between Quemoy and the Mainland. The defense ministry reported three men wounded in the shelling but made no mention of damage. Nationalist guns of Quemoy returned the fire the ministry said. Feisal 6 wives set sail for . Naples Italy in Crown Prince Feisal of saudi Arabia sailed for new York saturday with six wives 17 other members of his family and retainers 105 trunks and four automobiles. He said he wanted a thorough medical checkup by american doctors. Feisal is the younger brother of King Saud a and heir to the throne. He is believed suffering from a kidney ailment. A wire photo shaking hands at a meeting at which it was decided there will be no Bill for the medical care Given Benny Hooper were Benny s father left and or Joseph Kris. Or. Louis Garben Center headed the mediation committee. At left is mrs. Hooper. Benny s doctor agrees to cancel $1500 Bill Manorville n. Benny Icooper s doctor bowed saturday and agreed to withdraw his Bill for $1,500 for services rendered in helping to save the boy from death in a Well. Or. Joseph h. Kris the object of nationwide criticism since his Bill was disclosed acted in the Best traditions of to a Panelli Jacif info i Frt no Price tag of i Xhu treatment for the 7-year-old boy. The Suffolk county medical society s Nied lation committee decided in several hours of deliberations that Kris should not be paid. The doctor agreed to the decision without protest the committee announced. The doctors committee also praised Kris for the treatment he gave Benny during 23 hours in a backyard Well last May and said the Bill had been based on a misunderstanding. Mistaken impression or. Joseph Kris determined the amount of his charge while he was under the mistaken impression that a considerable sum of Money earmarked for medical purposes had been re Ike golfs 18 holes Gettysburg a. Up president Eisenhower played 18 holes of Golf saturday. He did some complaining about his own game and Jashed an opponent having trouble. The president toured the Gettysburg county club course under a hot Sun. The temperature was in the High 70s when he started and around 90 degrees at the end. Eisenhower played with two neighbors retired Brig. Gen. Arthur s. Nevins and George e. Allen Washington businessman. Know and s daughter weds steel executive Oakland Calif. Up sen. William f. Knowland a Calif gave his younger daughter 19-year-old Helen Estelle in marriage saturday to Robert Van sickle keen 23, son of a u. S. Steel corp. Executive. British quarantine Law blocks Blind scholar s guide dog London the Law of Britain says any dog brought in must be quarantined for six months. A a the Law is inexorable As Davis duty of Rogers ark., Learned saturday. Duty cannot bring in his dog Binney. And so duty May have to give up the Fulbright scholarship he was a carded to pursue his Sti Idy of Law. It is not that duty is merely sentimental about leaving bin Ney behind. Duty is Blind. Binney is his guide dog. The Fulbright commission in London tried to get a waiver on the quarantine. The foreign minister regretfully said the British also fear that Binney might Lead dog acid master to death or injury. Binney is trained to watch for traffic on the right hand Side of the Road. Britain s traffic flows Down the left Side. Nor can duty use the scholarship adj Here else. Duty 22, does t relish even a temporary separation from Binney the dog who has guided his Steps for five years. Duty remains confident that sen. Fulbright dark and rep. Trimble dark can work out some arrangements by sept. 6, the Day he is due to sail for in and. Duty apparently will not consider leaving Binney Here and using a British trained dog. Binney and i were trained to work together he said and it would take some time to Tran another i Medicine in accepting a ruling of his fellow doctors that there Yagop frowns on school Aid Washington up the Young Republican National convention praised much of president Eisenhower s pro Gram saturday but turned a heavy thumbs Down on his school Aid proposals. After Brief debate the convention Laid aside a platform committee recommendation favouring the school program. In another Roll Call vote the convention voted 443-168 to give specific endorsement to Eisenhower s civil rights pro Gram. Illinois youth weds his hawaiian pen pal Abingdon 111. Or Richard Andrews 20, was manned saturday to the hawaiian girl whom he came to know through a pen pal correspond ence started when they Vicere in the sixth Grade. Andrews and Kathi Takata la i daughter of or. And mrs. Koki Takata of Waimea Kauai Hawaii were married in the first congregationalist Church Here. Tourist dollars Washington Amer ican tourists pumped an All time record of $475 million into the Economy of Europe Lasi year the Commerce department reported saturday. In this Section local news. Page 4 14 Einar 15 late Telegraph news Page.s2,36,7,8, ill is i Cei Ved by the Hooper family the committee said. The medical group held an unusual saturday meeting at the request of or. And mrs. Benjamin k. Hooper sr., the boy s parents. Hooper is a truck Driver. His wife is a Telephone operator. Their combined income is $105 a week. Kris testified first before the mediation panel. He was Fol la Ved by the parents. Then the doctor and the hoopers sat in an Ante room and chatted in a Friendly manner while the committee reached its decision. Shook hands they had shaken hands and smiled at one another when they met at the county medical Headquarters and after the proceedings were Over they All posed together for photographers and Shook hands again. Benny was with his parents and his picture was taken Over the protests of his Mother who said he had received enough publicity for the misstep that plunged him into a Well last May 16. Asked if he knew what was going on Benny said sure one five Zero Zero Shell explodes 4 soldiers die 13 Are injured it. Sill okla. A four men were killed and 13 injured saturday when a mortar Shell fell Short and exploded in the midst of a company of ground troops during a Public firing demonstration at the it. Sill artillery base. Approximately 300 soldiers and civilians witnessed the Accident from bleacher seats about a mile from the blast. List dead killed were sgt. Alonzo Cartlidge 33, whose Home is at the fort Sill base. Specialist 3/c David l. Robinson 20, son of or. And mrs. Henry t. Robinson Oshkosh wis. Pvt. Percy a. Reevey 20, Neptune n. J. Pvt. Russell l. Somers 20, Rosenberg Texas. The 4.2-Inch mortar Shell was fired from Battery c of the 522nd infantry battalion. A civilian who saw the Accident through Field glasses said he was watching this platoon move Forward when a blast hit in the of lanced under fire tie troops had just started advancing under fire when the Shell struck. None of the men listed As seriously Hurt waa from Wisconsin. Four helicopters carried the dead and injured to the Hospital which issued an emergency plea for blood and plasma. Within 45 minutes some 500 soldiers including All of the 522nd s b company had lined up to offer blood. Will seek reversal of Fri file ruling Washington -

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