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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 23, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin To Ike bar Matt Btty Letin 3i sunday Jane 23, 1957 see Ike win on foreign Aid Washington m despite a rampaging Economy drive the House saturday seemed ready to give president Eisenhower a major Victory on a key program foreign Aid. The chief executive has salted for $3,864,410,000. Most of the Money $2,900,000,000, is ear nitrite a for military hardware and defense support. The House foreign affairs committee plans to Complete its investigation of the administration request next week then Start approving the various items one by one. The Senate recently completed action on an authorization Bill by voting for an Overall program to Cost $3,617,333,-000. That was a Cut of less than 7 per cent. Congressional leaders doubt the House will approve deeper Cut. Lack of House controversy Over the program is unusual. Informed sources explained it this Way four Independent groups made searching investigations of foreign Aid and unanimously agreed the programs must be continued As Long As Russia threatens the world. President Eisenhower has asked that military Aid be included As part of the . Defense appropriation. Alters Story on Tot s death Detroit in Lawrence Turner a convicted rapist who confessed to disposing of a 6-year-old suburban Detroit girl s body 10 Days ago saturday told what police said was nearly the full horrible truth. Turner in his previous statement on the ordeal after which Mary de Caussin s mutilated body was left in a Woods said the girl fell striking her head on the Steps of the store in which he worked. Saturday he began tilling a different Story and Veteran police officers shuddered. Turner told of taking the girl to the washroom of the store tying her hands behind her and crushing her against the floor. He hid her in a Burlap potato sack until closing the store and disposed of her body after dark. Lightning Bolt kills professor Lexington by. A a University of Kentucky professor was killed and the manager of Calumet farm was critically injured saturday when lightning struck their electric Golf cart on the Lexington country club course. Or. A. A Mcewen a member of the Law faculty was killed when he was knocked from the cart by the lightning which struck during a mid afternoon thundershowers. Paul Ebelhardt manager of the famed thoroughbred horse farm was injured critically and rushed to a Hospital. Another golfer Frank Quinn was burned on the Arm. Two new yorkers and a Call Tomlan received honorary degrees from the University of Wisconsin at the annual commencement from left us pres. E. B. Fred Wisconsin gov. Vernon Thomson Keith Mchugh president new a wire photo York Telephone co. L. A. Do badge president California Institute of technology Edward Steichen of museum of Modem Art new York and prof. A. T. Weaver chairman . Faculty honorary degree committee. 46 governors meet in Virginia Williamsburg in ithe nation s governors open their 49th annual meeting Here today with politics temporarily taking a Back seat. On monday night they will hear an address by president Eisenhower who has been Busy in the past two months trying to sell Congress and the country his embattled budget and legislative programs. Politics gets less attention this year because no National Campaign is in the offing. On the state level Only the new Jersey and Virginia governorships two prizes the republicans would like to capture cites 3 reasons Why . Not rated at top Madison University of Wisconsin president e. B Fred told University alumni saturday night that three things prevented the University from being rated among top schools in the country. In a speech at the annual alumni dinner or. Fred referred to a rating of american col Leges and universities compiled by Chesley Manly. The compilation rated the University of Wisconsin ninth in the nation. For one thing the jury of College presidents and Deans whose opinions were used in compiling the ratings while reasonably Good was not Ideal in terms of giving equal weight to privately controlled and publicly controlled institutions he said. Letters and science the second reason he gave was that the ratings were based primarily on 28 departments in the various schools primarily those in the colleges of letters and science. This he added caused a Large portion of Wisconsin s outstanding work to be neglected. Lack of financial resources compared Witsil other institutions was Given As another reason. Or. Fred said that All of the schools rated above Wisconsin have larger budgets than Wisconsin. Areas in which the University shows strength he said include the fact that for the last few years the University has had first position in the number of doctor of philosophy degrees awarded. He pointed out that from 1938 to 1951 Wisconsin s representation in who s who has increased 71 per cent while that of the first and second schools. Harvard and Yal increased Only 11 per cent for Harvard and 29 per cent for Yale. Utility Man Dean Lindley j. Stiles of the Wisconsin school of education said that while the gifted student should be encouraged by institutions of higher education the All around student the Utility Man should not be neglected. It will be a serious mistake if vie concentrate our resources for higher education on too few students he said. It will be equally disastrous if we give exclusive attention in the selection of College students to intelligence and Overlook su6h fundamental and important traits As character stability ambition and Good the alumni events which end today conclude commencement week at the University. Elect businessman alumni president Madison us or. John a. Keenan a new York City business executive saturday was elected president of the Wisconsin alumni association. Sam Ogle Milwaukee succeeds in Keenan As first vice president and Martin below clinic ago was named second vice president. Other officers include Russell Teckmeyer Madison re elected treasurer and mrs. Silas Spengler me Nasha Secretary succeeding mrs. Robert d. Johns la Crosse. Keenan is a member of the class of 1930. He is president of the Standard package corp. Keenan replaces Lawrence Fitzpatrick Madison who now becomes chairman of the alumni Board of directors. Walter Frautschi Madison told the alumni annual meeting that the i diversity Board of regents has approved the Pur Chase by the alumni of the Observatory on the Campus for use As a University alumni House. The Structure which will be remodeler is being vacated by the University astronomy department. The department will erect a new Observatory at Pine Bluff about 12 Miles West of Madison. Japan soon will slash red China Trade curbs still Are at stake this year. The conference does give the governors a Chance to appraise Leach other As future Politica factors. Among the 46 governors attending Are such possible presidential aspirants As Republican Goodwin j. Knight of California and democrats g. Mennen Williams of Michigan and Robert b. Meyner of new Jersey. Others have their eyes on seats in the United states Senate. gets off to an informal Start with visits to nearby Jamestown where the 350th anniversary of the establishment of the first Colony in America is being celebrated. Handicapped by Accident teacher returns to desk the to tibial times sunday bulletin s12 fourth St. The journal time company ovum co Publ Hera j. D. Mem array Prei Dent Harry b. Lepoidevin . Bates Racine journal times daily including to Roumal Elmea sunday by Luton. Mchenry m. A the nearby Ringwood teacher s desk mrs. Ruth Oonk had to leave two years ago due to Auto crash injuries will be hers again this fall. Mrs. Oonk suffered a broken Back in the Accident and is confined to a wheelchair. She had taught at schools in Mchenry and wonder Lake before coming to Ringwood. Added to her teaching chores were the duties of a Farmer s wife and a Mother of two Little girls. For a time her february 1955 Accident changed All that she responded to extensive treatment however and after several months declared herself fit and ready to return to school work. Mchenry county schools were hesitant about hiring a handicapped teacher. Then the Mchenry chapter of the Cere bral palsy Assn. Founded l a school for handicapped children. Mrs. Oonk was considered particularly qualified for Home delivery re us in Racine City Cone 45c per week and in Racine. Retail zone 350 per week payable to Caviler. Motor truck service in Racine City and retail Lones three months. Ͽ�5.85 fix months. Tell of one year. T23.40. Mall rates apply Only in area ii where motor routes or Carrier service is not available in racing Kenosha and Walworth count est blk months �7.00 one year tl2.00. Outside mall up to 500 Miles one month. $1,50 tax months. one year. Ͽ�15.00, armed service rates six months. $8.00 one Petit 111.00. Outside mall Over 600 Miles one month 11.75 big months. 110.00 one year $18.00. Armed service Rales six months $7.00 one year. $13.00. All mail Subock options must be pads in Advance dial 4-3332 umber Assoc ted prbs8 and United or turn entered As second class matter August 38, 1913, at the Post office at Ranone. Wisconsin under act of March 3. 1870. Dally journal founded january 1881 began As weekly in 1858, Racine times Call absorb and in june Wal. Member Audi Bureau of circulation Inland Dally press association we icon a in Dally newspaper league american newspaper publisher Atso Catlon. The a r la excl utely entitled to the uie for republication of All Newa credited to it or Tot other like or edited in this paper and also the local news published nerello. Import it sch scribers who fall toe Belr newspaper t41 your newsboy to Dinar thaw 4-ts22 saturdays  Gundaya 11 am Ana 1$ win w r " " before Bunda Dell ered. Or wards Cleil ners for we will clean and press any number of skirts Plain sweaters and trousers with each order of suits dresses lain $ 95 the Job of teacher and last fall opened the school with an enrolment of nine children. The school closed in May and mrs. Zorik again petitioned the county school system for work. Her Home town school Board now has accepted her Back As teacher of the first four grades at Ringwood. Was Motona prime minister Nobusuke Kishi has informed the . Government that Japan soon will follow Britain s Lead arid Cut restrictions on Trade with communist Chih a to the level of the West pm embargo against Russill informants said Japan will act As soon As the 15-Natioh Allied committee on China Trade controls meeting in i Paris formally conf us the american defeat in the embargo Battle. That decision is expected soon at least within the next few weeks. Diplomatic sources Here said an eight nation majority of the committee has decided to vote to scrap the special embargo list which made curbs on exports to red China More strict than those on sales to Russia and Eastern Europe for the past seven i years. Kishi promised president Eisenhower that Japan would be careful to avoid shipping any strategic Matei nist China. Comm boy scout rescues 2 girls from River Ney York Mph a 14-year-old Queens boy scout risk Etc his life saturday by diving in the East River to Rescue two girls one 5 and the other 15. Two City patrolmen helped Henry Plimack t f Sunnyside Queens Iii the final stages of his Rescue. Defends Girard urges Bricker amendment Washington go sen. Eilender a la called sat urday night for prompt passage of the Bricker amendment to forestall another Girard Eilender said that if the amendment had been in effect when the Case of army specialist Willians. Girard broke i do not think there would have been. An International juror Over Christina Wennerstrom Christina sails for Sweden new York m Christina Wennerstrom 16-year-old swedish Diplomat s daughter left for Stockholm saturday weeping clutching a Teddy Bear and vowing her love for the Senate Page boy with whom she went on a two week honeymoon. Christina accompanied by her Mother did not say a word to Nev Smen who saw her off at Idlewild International Airport. But she replied to their questions with vigorous nods of the head when they asked if she still loved her boy Friend and if she still wanted to marry him. The girl ran off with Huw Williams 18, they were taken into custody in Pennsylvania thursday on their return from Canada. Huw went Home to his Mother in Falls Church va., and lost his Senate Job. Air crash kills 2 Kewanee,i11. Go two teen age boys in a rented plane were killed saturday when the single engine aircraft nosedive into a Cornfield. Dead were John Edward and James r. Ritchie both 19 and both of nearby Toulon. Would revise Security setup continued from Page 1 unjust stigma of disloyalty. Under the current system it said figures released on Security firings contain Large numbers of cases where the chief reason for discharge was unsuitability not disloyalty. All loyalty cases Are Security cases but the Converse is not True it said. Under its proposal the Central Security office would handle disloyalty cases Only while some other cases would be handled by the various agencies under regular procedures governing suitability for employment. Alaska great land appropriately named Nome Alaska Alaska which in the aleut language Means the great land is Well named. It is twice the size of Texas with enough land left Over to make a couple of dozen delawares. It has seven major River basins and America s tallest Mountain and its coastline is longer than that of the stateside United states longer than the Atlantic Pacific and Golf coasts combined. 0 Kim of .-1. A a wire photo Melmor theft suspects Alfred j. Pope. 28. Left and Robert Morgan 39, Are being held in los Angeles on suspicion of robbery. 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