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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 12, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 28, no. 3 Racine wis., sunday May 12, 1957 118 pages-5 sections-10 cents Senate race chinese reds blast Formosa denounce . Taipei Formosa Ipi the chinese communists saturday followed up the heaviest artillery bombardment of nationalist off Shore islands this year with a Denun Ciattei n of u. S. Guided missiles on Formosa As aggression and a threat to conquer the nationalist stronghold despite the atomic weapons. A formal piping foreign ministry announcement broadcast by radio piping and monitored Here and in London accused the United states of aggravating tension by deciding to base Matador guided atomic missiles on Formosa. It vowed again its unshakeable determination to liberate the Island. Feared offensive the artillery bombardment was so severe it appeared momentarily to have been the signal to open an All out Offen �3 food dealers open meetings Between 500 and 700 persons will be in Racine today for opening sessions of the three Day annual convention of the Wisconsin retail food dealer association. Sessions will be held in memorial Hall and hotel Racine. A food and fixture exposition at memorial Hall will be held in connection with the convention Phillip Mascari president of the Racine county food dealers association and convention general chairman said 40 exhibitors would have displays on the main floor of the Hall. Keynote speech today the key note speaker will be j. Roger Deas of american can co., new York former research Secretary to Earl Warren when the u. S. Supreme court chief Justice was governor of California. Deas will speak at 2 30 . Today at memorial Hall on the my Acle of an Erica Wisconsin it. Gov. Warren Knowles is scheduled to be a Wiiest at the banquet monday night audania Hall. S. C. Johnson & son inc. Will be the Host and the Johnson chorus will entertain. This afternoon s opening session will also include a Ivel come by mayor Jack h. Humble and reports by Herman Schwarz Madison association president and other officers. Doinald Musickant of Tiedjens distributing co., Milwaukee will speak on sales and profits in health and Beauty aids. A Buffet dinner and dancing will be held tonight at hotel Racine. Discuss retail trends speakers monday afternoon will include Robert w. Mueller new York editor of progressive grocer speaking on latest trends in food retailing and Arthur Zachman Chicago vice president of the Frozen food division of Libby my Neul & Libby Frozen food the convention will end with a general business session tuesday morning. In this Section local 6, 7 14 Emir 15 late Telegraph news psg6s2,3,4,8,,12,15 Sive against president Chiang Kai chek s forces. Garrisons were alerted for an invasion. Red coastal artillery opened fire on Little Quemoy Island Only seven Miles from the Mainland port of Amoy and the islands of Tatang and or Tang which Are grouped near the larger Quemoy Island Southern Anchor of the offshore Chain which ends with Matsu Island in the North. 600 shells More than 600 shells rained on the islands. But the nationalists said their troops were Well dug in and suffered no casualties. It was the heaviest bombardment of the year and ended weeks of relative quiet except for a few naval skirmishes. Nationalist big guns on Quemoy proper returned the fire. Doubts piping Coulp join Agency Washington in the state department told sen. Bourke b. Hickenlooper saturday it is unlikely that red China could Ever become a member of the International atoms for peace Agency. At the same time the department wrote the Iowa Republican that if the United states fails to ratify the treaty it. Is doubtful the Agency could play an important the department said it is unlikely that the red China regime would apply for membership since it is certain that nationalist China would already have become a member and to apply would constitute an acceptance by the red regime of a two China also it said if red China did apply the United states would of course vigorously oppose acceptance of its application and would no doubt be the department s views were contained in a 43-Page answer to 48 questions posed in writing by Hickenlooper a top ranking gop senator on the House Senate. Atomic Energy committee. Hickenlooper has voiced doubt about the Wisdom of u. S. Ratification of the treaty which has been signed by 80 nations. Belief growing in probability of special election mrs. Warren Langlois honoured by downtown association mrs. Fred Tuinstra 43 grandchildren 46 great grandchildren 3 win special honors in mothers Day fetes mrs. John Mullen Winner of Elmwood Plaza contest it s Mother s Day the Day millions of mothers Are praised for the things taken for granted the others 364 Days. And for three Racine mothers the annual honors will be bigger than usual. For mrs. Warren Langlois 260 Arlington ave., it s the Day Shell be honoured As Racine s outstanding the Mother of five was selected for the title by the downtown Assn. Of Racine. For mrs. John l. Mullen 1801 Carlisle ave., it s the Day Shell be Racine s greatest mom a title presented by the Elmwood Plaza Assn. And for mrs. Fred Tuinstra 51st St. In the town of Raymond it s the Day Shell receive Best wishes from a family now numbering 11 children 43 grandchildren and 46 great grandchildren. They la be among the hundreds of Racine mothers excused from some household duties for a Day or receiving greetings from away from  Home children. Mother of the year Ike assures diem of continued Aid in face of communist Asia buildup Washington pres ident Eisenhower saturday backed free Viet Nam with a Strong pledge of continued u. S. Assistance in the face of Rhoun Ting communist pressure in Southeast Asia. In a joint statement Eisenhower and visiting president Ngo Dinh diem declared that any communist aggression or subversion threatening the political Independence of the infant Republic would be considered As endangering peace and stability in the area. The statement issued by the White House at the end of three Days talks struck hard at the continued military buildup of the chinese communists. Continuing threat it declared piping s military activity constitutes a continuing threat to the safety of All free nations in the communique cited communist China s refusal to renounce the use of Force and unwillingness to subscribe to the standards of conduct of civilized the tone of the communique appeared intended to reassure not Only diem but other asian leaders that Tolje United states continued firmly opposed to any recognition of the piping regime. Note red forces Eisenhower and diem also noted what they called the Large buildup of vietnamese communist military forces in Racine area weather sunday May 12, 1967 sunday partly Cloudy a Little warmer South. High sunday 65-72. Light southeasterly of ends across state. Monday mostly Cloudy occasional showers Likely. Temperatures near seasonal Normal North Viet Nam during the past 30 months. The country was partitioned at the 17th parallel As the result of a peace conference in Geneva in 1954. They cited harsh suppression of revolts of the people of North Viet Nam in seeking Liberty and their increasing 13 Milwaukee women die after hip injuries Milwaukee three elderly women who suffered fractures of the left hip in Falls a month or Jnore ago died saturday at Milwaukee county general Hospital within a four hour period. They were mrs. Augusta Behl 87, injured at her Home april 9 mrs. Clara Lorch 79, who fell at her Home March 19, and miss Anna Bink 74, injured March 6 at a Home for the aged where she lived. Xiv. Mrs. Langlois was picked As the Mother of the year from a letter sent in by her 13-year old daughter Pat. Pat praised the help her Mother gave to her Sisters girl scout troop mrs. Langlois is Leader of girl scout troop 3 in the Mitchell school District and her willingness to Welcome pets into the Langlois Home. A committee of civic and service club presidents also found that mrs. Langlois was Active in the atonement Luth eran Church and its organizations. She has two other daughters aged 11 and 5, and sons aged 6 and 2. Mrs. Langlois will be interviewed at 12 30 . Today Over Wren. Downtown merchants have provided gifts for her valued at More than $300. Greatest mom another Racine Mother was picked As the greatest mom through a letter written by her daughter. Mary to Mullen 12, called her Mother the greatest simply because she s alive. Mrs. Mullen was in the Hospital two months ago for her seventh baby Mary to related when her heart stopped beating. The doctors started it but they weren t sure she d live Mary to wrote during her absence Mary to said the family realized even More How wonderful their Mother is. The Mullen family includes four boys aged 11, 9, 5 and 7 weeks and girls aged 12, 7 and 3. They attend sacred heart Catholic Church. Mary to will receive a savings Bond from Elmwood Plaza merchants. And for her Mother there s a portable television set. 100 descendants it s not Likely that mrs. Fred Tuinstra will have All her children around the dinner table today not since there Are More than 100 of them. The Raymond township farm wife who will celebrate her 65th wedding anniversary next aug. 19, has had 16 children 11 of them surviving. And she now has 43 grandchildren and 46 great grandchildren. Most of them were born since the Tuinstra s came from Chicago to their Dairy farm 46 years ago. Some grandchildren Are yet to see their first birthday Candle. And the youngest of their family a great grandchild was born a month ago. Prospects of a special Wisconsin election to fill the late Joseph Mccarthy s Senate seat had would be candidates jockeying for position saturday. These were the latest developments 1 the Wisconsin Young republicans changed their rules so they May directly endorse a candidate expected to be named today. 2 the senator s widow announced she plans to devote her time to her infant daughter but indicated a continuing interest in politics. 3 state sen. Henry Maier a Milwaukee said he is strongly considering tossing his hat in the ring. 4 Wisconsin republicans Melvin Laird and Glenn Davis declared their certainty that gov. Thomson will Call a special election. Davis appeared to be attracting support from the Yagop. Laird announced he would not run. 5 a group of Young democrats in Madison urged William Proxmire to withdraw his candidacy. 6 avowed democratic candidate Henry Reuss continued his attacks on the Eisenhower administration. 7 the Wisconsin federation of Republican women adopted a Resolution praising Mccarthy. Prom press dispatches the Wisconsin Young republicans changed their own rules saturday so they May directly endorse a candidate or the Senate seat of the late Joseph r. Mccarthy. About 200 Yagop members holding a two Day annual convention in Stevens Point Are expected to decide today whom to endorse for the expected special election. Some possible candidates have appeared at the convention including former rep. Glenn Davis of Waukesha and it. Gov. Warren p. Knowles. Rep. Meivin Laird said he s not interested in making a Senate race at this time. Expect election Davis and Laird both said they Are certain gov. Vernon w. Thomson will Call a special election to fill the vacancy rather than ask for authority to appoint someone. Davis attracted some support from delegates. A few turned up wearing Davis for senator pins in their lapels. Laird said he is sure Thomson will Call an election and it will be at Battleground for labor Bossis versus individual widow issues statement Mccarthy s widow Jean said in a statement saturday she knew his friends would understand that my place is with our there had been some talk that she might seek Mccarthy s Senate seat. I have been deeply touched by the Universal expression of love and loyalty to Joe mrs. Mccarthy said. My future plans must be based on what i know Joe would want me to do and that is to devote my time to tier Ney she said referring to the turn to Page 2, col. 1 7 children perish in fire Stratford Conn. Seven Small children perished saturday when a fast spreading fire swept an old three Story dwelling. The five children of or. And mrs. Martin Davis died alone in the second floor Flat. The Mother mrs. Martha Davis had gone shopping. Two children of or. And mrs. Claude Martin severely burned As they napped in a third floor bedroom died in a Hospital in nearby Bridgeport their Mother grandmother and a brother and sister the latter Only two weeks old escaped. Mrs. Martin tossed the two week old baby Sandra from a rear third floor porch and a woman neighbor caught her. The victims were Russell Martin 5 Doreen Martin 3 Benjamin Davis 5 Jeanette Davis 3 George Davis 2 eve Lenia Davis 1% Patricia Davis eight months. Mrs. Davis said she left one Burner lighted on an Oil stove when she left to go to a nearby store. Danish ambassador to visit Racine to help Dania society to celebrate pictures and Story on Page 16 the danish ambassador to the United states Henrik Louis Hans Kauffmann will co in to Racine saturday May 18, to help the Dania society celebrate the 90th anniversary of its founding. Sharing the spotlight with Kauffmann at the Celebration Peter b. Nelson font for maj or Henrik Kauffmann Amba Madof banquet at Dania Hall on state St. At 6 15 p. M. Will be 88-year-old Peter b. Nelson former Racine mayor now senior member of a Chicago Law firm. Public and organization officials from Racine will also attend. George Houmann named chairman of the 90th anniversary committee by president Lars Mortensen of Dania said the program is being held a Day ahead of the actual founding Date. May 19, 1867 because the 19th Falls on sunday on Job is years ambassador Kauffmann is celebrating his 18th year of i continuous diplomatic service in Washington. D. A where he began As minister in 19381 and advanced to ambassador in 1947. had earlier service As minister to Italy China Japan Siam and Norway. Although acting with debatable authority in behalf of the Tiu of Page 2. Col 1

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