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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 12, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin Sundar. May 12, 19st Senate race shapes up expect special election continued from Page 1 baby daughter she and the senator adopted. Shared beliefs her statement continued i know that Joe s countless friends will unders and that my place is with our i will indeed use my ability according to my own talents to further the principles and beliefs which my husband and i shared she added. When my Mother s health permits and As soon As i have cleared up various matters Here in Washington i plan to drive Back to Wisconsin with my Mother and Niemey mrs. Mccarthy concluded. Maier May run another possible candidate for Mccarthy s Post appeared when Henry Maier a Milwaukee said saturday night he is strongly considering running. Maier made the statement in in a letter to state democratic chairman Philleo Nash. I shall defer any announce ment and am hopeful that i can defer decision until after the legislature adjourns Maier said. Write Proxmire a group of Young democrats at the University of Wisconsin urged Democrat William prox mire saturday to withdraw As a candidate. The group sent a letter to Proxmire which said we appreciate your past efforts in behalf of your own candidacy but your greatest contribution to the party and to Wisconsin would be to lend your support to another the letter pointed out that three times the democratic party has put your name before the people of Wisconsin and three times it has been rejected. Now it is the time to put cause above personal Reuss Speaks rep. Henry s. Reuss a wis an announced candidate fired a flurry of charges at the republicans saturday in a Home state speaking tour. In his fourth Wisconsin speech in 24 hours he told Brown county democrats saturday night that the gop administration is pursuing inflationary policies. He accused the republicans of feeding the fires of inflation. Reuss said the president should e s t a b 1 i5 h machinery through which labor and management v o 1 t a r i by could gauge the Justice of proposed wage and Price increase he also urged that the administration support Hoover commission recommendations for saving Money. Monopolistic combinations to raise prices should be prosecuted he said. In a speech at Milwaukee earlier he told the Wisconsin u. N. Association that the United states should furnish stronger and More consistent leadership in the . Gop women vote at Wisconsin rapids the biennial convention of the Wisconsin federation of Republican women saturday adopted a Resolution praising Mccarthy for what it termed his relentless exposure of the federation also went on record favouring the closed primary. The Resolution on Mccarthy added we shall do All in our Power to carry on the relentless exposure of communists and to insure the sound Republican ism and the adherence to the great constitutional principles for which our deceased senator so valiantly other resolutions other resolutions approved by the convention urged elected representatives to slash the state budget to a Point where income taxes if any be held to an absolute minimum. Congress to adopt the recommendations of the Hoover commission and work toward further Economy in government. Opposition to Federal Aid to education. The federation elected mrs. Albert c. Boyer of Milwaukee its president four vice presidents were elected mrs. C. C. Schroeder Appleton first vice president mrs. John Radlund Prairie do Sac second vice president mrs. Ted Neubauer la Crosse third vice president and Gemer Kenosha fourth Nice president. Of 5 would be rescuers die a  a in follow the Leader style Ofelia. Alain five textile workers descended single file to to Weir deaths in a Gas filled pit saturday when a series of Rescue attempts turned into a macabre game of follow the Leader. Police chief Floyd h. Mann said that so far As is known Only the first Man electrician Bryan Jones lived Long enough to Call for help. The others must have died almost at once Mann said. Jones had been called to repair a pump at a tiny aperture in the Bleachery and Dye sump of the Pepperell manufacturer ing co. Plant. The pit usually is covered company officials said but the cover had been removed so Jones could do his work. He dropped his glasses into the Hole and climbed in to retrieve them. He cried for help and one after another Donald Ingram Carter Ross. C. B. Cooper and Jesse Thomas a wire photo jubilant colombians paraded through the streets of Bogota after the announcement that president Gustavo Rojas Pinilla had been swept from Power. Death toil 100 in dictator s ouster Bogota Colombia a colombian mobs beat choked kicked or burned to death scores of supporters of presi new cloudburst plague Texas Dallas a cloudburst in West and Southwest Texas saturday sent at least six Rivers charging to dangerous Heights washed out a Railroad track Between two approaching trains and swept automobiles from highways. At least one person was killed. Mrs. Monroe Miller 66, was swept from the Highway along with five other women in an automobile near Del Rio. Floods created by earlier Rains bulged the levees of the red River Between Campti and Clarence in Northwestern Louisiana and spread Over thousands of acres along the Mouths of the Feraios and Trinity Rivers in South Texas. Dent Gustavo Rojas Pinilla in the final hours of violence accompanying his ouster and flight toward exile in Spain it was Learned saturday the death toll in four Day s of mounting revolt totalled More than 100, including 70 Roj Istas killed in rioting Friday in the southwestern provincial capital of Call. Elsewhere in the country 34 deaths were reported. Mobs in Cali also destroyed the Plant of two pro Rojas newspapers Al pais and Diario Del Pacifico. In Cali two persons were danish ambassador to visit Racine to help Dania society to celebrate continued from Page 1 King of Denmark when the nazi puppet government was in Power during world War ii he is credited with negotiating groundwork for the agreement setting up u. S. War bases in Greenland. The agreement was signed by u. S. Secretary of state Cordell Hull and Kauffmann acting on behalf of his majesty the King of he was charged with treason by the German invaders in Denmark but the United states continued to recognize him As minister of Denmark. King Christian formally appointed Kauffmann on May 23, 1945, to continue As danish minister to u. S. He has served to journal times Tondat bulletin �12 for to St. Talk journal time Ooink of owners of Pobu Accra $. D. Mom array Preil Donl Harry b. Lapold tin. . Bubs Kipton rates Salna journal times Dally Bik Tea journal Timea sunday Mcloud Bull attn. Koma delivery rate in Ranolda City zone we per week and in Racla. Retail Zona ibs Der neck payable to Carrier. Motor truck Ler Lea in Radna City and retail Conea three months in months til.70 oat year 23.40. Mall tube let Len rate apply Only in areas where motor routes or Carrier Ler Vloe u not Avul Lable in Tacone Kenosha and Walworth counties six months t100 one year s13.00. Outside mall up to 500 Miles one month tax months 18 00 one year . Armed service rate six Montha 19 00 one year. . Outside mall Over 600 Miles one month 1.7s my months Tickoo one year armed service rates six months one year. 13.00. All Hail Sufler a options Hobt be paid in Advance dial 4-3323 Kembor associated press and United press entered As second class matter August As. 1 13, at the Post office at Racine. A Laconla under act of March 3 1s79. Dally journal founded january 1881. Basan As weekly in i8fi6 Racine Elmea Cau absorbed in june. 1931, member audit Bureau of circulation. Inland Dally Presa association. Wisc on in Day newspaper league american newspaper publishers association. The a p is exclusively entitled to the use for of All news credited to it or Mit otherwise credited in this paper and Alio tha local news published of rely. Important a Baerber who tall to Al their Newi paper Call your newsboy or la Aniak Timm a Sig before 1 . Sai Ordaya  Banda a to . Aai it will a i Ilvy Rei. As head of the danish delegation to the a rioted nations. The ambassador who has Gray hair and Blue eyes is described by Oscar to Jacobsen who will introduce him As handsome Friendly and soft spoken. Denmark Las conferred on him the grand Cross and the Silver Cross of the order of Dannebrog.  Nelson honoured former mayor Peter b. Nelson has also been honoured by the King of Denmark. In 1950, King Frederik in conferred on him the order of commander of the knights of Dannebrog. Nelson has been credited with the title father of a Racine Parks of his efforts in 1903 through 1907, when he served As mayor and Laid out the Park system. He had a major role in establishing the Racine Public Library and took part in Many civic enterprises. Other present officers of Racine s Dania society now an Independent organization Are Holger Jensen vice president Eivind Smitsdorff recording Secretary Emil Dreyer corresponding Secretary Elmer Hansen treasurer Christ Andreasen assistant treasurer Christ Back Peter Henriksen and Jorgen Christensen trustees Houmann s committee for the 90th anniversary includes Andrew Jensen Walter Christensen Christ Madsen Knud Hermansen Elmer Hansen Anton Christensen Harold Eck Man and Clarence Eckman. Mrs Walter Christensen is president of the women s auxiliary. The membership of the society is More than 300, and More than doubled this number with the women s organizations. Casey Jones fireman in critical condition Memphis Sim t. Webb fireman for Casey Ines on his last run is critically ill with a tumor doctors say May be a result of injuries suffered in the wreck of the Cannonball Webb who will be 83 sunday leaped from the engine at Casey s orders when the Lui pois Central Engineer saw he was going to hit a stopped train. Ice happened near Vaughn miss., april 30, 1900. Casey stayed with the engine in a vain Effort to halt the train a song about the swept him to immortality. Doused with gasoline and turned into flaming torches. The country remained divided saturday Between jubilation at the overthrow of Rojas and fury at his supporters. The five Man military Junta which succeeded the dictator appealed to the United states and other nations for Diplo Snatic recognition. The sex president accompanied by nine relatives left Bogota secretly in a special air Force c-54. Rojas in Bermuda told newsmen he planned to stay there for three or four Days and then go on to Spain where he will stay indefinitely. 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