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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 26, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin 2 sunday May 26, 1857 twisters Widen target areas continued i rom Page 1 the farm Home of the Dale Vogel family. Blames air dip for Odd weather Washington a giant roller coaster lil Congress was told saturday night that free foreign nations do 1 pretty Well in shouldering the Burden of foreign Aid considering their capacity to pay. Some were said to do better than the United states. A study made for a special Senate committee said free foreign nations on the basis of their economic capacity Are spending about two thirds As much As the United states of foreign however in Many cases their Aid is directed primarily to their own overseas territories. $20 billion spent in absolute terms the for eign nations contributions Are much smaller than the United states. The study estimated the United states spent More than $20 billion in the years 1952-1955 while the other nations spent about $6 billion. Drafted by a research organization hired by the committee the report was released with 86 rebels killed Algiers m French Headquarters said saturday night that 86 nationalist rebels and seven French soldiers were killed in a Battle. The jul Shnal times sunday bulletin a for to by she journal to Meir Compani Ownen co a Dillih a 3. D. To Murray president. Barry b. Lopol Devon. . Burst Kip tin Bates it close journal Elmea daily t including Tea journal Toni it sunday thu latin horns delivery rate id Raelona City tons 45o per week and in Racine. Retail zone 3so Ner Neek payable to Carrier. Motor truck service in Racine City and retail Cones three months. 16.86 it months. 11.70 one year 123.40. Mall subscription rates apply Only in areas Mbere Motet routes or or service is not available in Racine Toiba and Walworth in uncles bin Meatus $7.00 one year tl2.00. Outside Nau up to 600 Miles one month. 11.60 six months one year. 116.00 armed service rates six months. J6 00 Ope year. $11.00. Outside mall Over 600 Miles one month 11.76 six months 110.00 one Ruar 18.00. Armed service rates blk months. 7.00 one year. 13 00 All mail subscriptions Britain Egypt keep striving for Trade problem solution Romein British and egyptian experts tried saturday to work out a formula for new Trade relations Between their two countries. But the bitterness of the Suez invasion hampered their efforts. The experts went through the second Day of an expected 10-Day series of conferences to discuss the financial problems which grew out of last fall s British French invasion of Egypt. At the end of the session there was no 6fficial comment. But informed sources said the meeting at the United nations food and agricultural organization Headquarters was devoted to a discussion of Friday s initial proposals by both sides. Egypt was understood to have put Forward a demand for reparation for the losses suffered during the invasion. It also asked that its Sterling account of roughly $77,480,000 Frozen by the British be freed immediately. Britain in turn was said to have made Clear its refusal to acknowledge financial responsibility for losses suffered during the Suez Campaign. It also has insisted upon compensation payments to British firms and individuals whose assets were seized by Egypt. Ike Adenauer to begin talks Wasington a president Eisenhower and West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer will begin discussions today on the role of the Federal Republic in new Western disarmament plans. The two leaders will Start three Days of formal talks in Washington next week after a luncheon today at the president s Gettysburg farm. Out comment from chairman Green Dri. It said that on the basis of capacity to pay France and Canada both spend relatively More than the United states and that this was especially noteworthy in the Case of Canada which lacks the global responsibilities and the political Power of the United helps territories France it conceded has directed its assistance mainly to its present or former dependent still sticking to its capacity to pay formula yardstick the committee said French expenditures for foreign Aid were half again As Large As the United states. The report said the United states supplies a huge proportion perhaps As much As half of the Industrial production of the world. It receives a corresponding share of world income. When measured against its huge concentration of capacity to contribute the scattered contributions to foreign Aid of other and weaker free nations total up to amounts not notably disproportionate to our Mayflower ii logs jb4 Miles in 24 hours London of the Mayflower ii the replica of the ship that carried the pilgrims to american reported saturday that it had made about 84 Rii Iles in the past 24 hours. Capt. Alan Villiers radioed that his position was about 1,000 Miles East of the West indies and that All was Well. Marine guard shoots Escapee san Diego a Marine prisoner was shot and critically wounded saturday in an escape attempt at the Marine corps recruit depot the prisoner. Pvt. Richard w. Hymes 19, was taken to the Navy Hospital with two Lead pellets from a 12-gauge Shotgun in his Chest. He is from Raj own to. The guard was pfc. Robert j. Bergman 21, Skokie 111. Witnesses said Bergmann shouted halt at least twice in a loud voice before he fired. Russ warn . About Jordan Moscow a the Krem Lin warned the United states saturday night recent events in Jordan threatened the Security of the soviet Inion. It stated ominously that it is vitally interested in the welfare of the Middle East an area bordering the soviet Union and cannot Overlook the results of imperialist intrigues in Jordan. 2 Brothers drown in Indiana Park Creek Clinton ind. A two Dana ind., Brothers were drowned saturday in sugar Creek at Turkey run state Park. They were Gary Lee Tate. 15, and James Tate 14, sons of or. And mrs. Francis Tate. The two Brothers were picnicking with a Dana High school group when James slipped on wet rocks and plunged into the Creek. Gary jumped into the Creek to Rescue his brother and both drowned. End of love s love Akron Ohio a love has left the Leroy love household. Love filed a divorce Peti Tion in common pleas court charging his wife Janette with Gross neglect. Trout in one Killarney Ireland _ a local golfer got a fish in one shot. He sliced his tee shot into a Lake and stunned a Ris ing Trout. M must be paid in Advance dial 4-3323 member Alf located Preta and darted a Reba entered As second class matter August so. 1 13, at the Post Otince at Racine Wisconsin under act of March 3 1870. Dally journal founded january 1881. Began As weekly in 1866. Richne times Call absorbed in june 1833. Member audit Bureau of Strcula tin Inland daily press . Wisconsin daily Newt Papet league american newspaper publishers association. The a p la exclusively entitled to the use Tor republication of All news credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local of is published Nerem. Important a nose Ribera who All to get their Laws papa reall your newsboy n Leornal Tomta i i before 7 . Sat Ordys. Al sundays. Ii .m. And it will by delivered. Outlook on jobs continued from Page 1 individual company and the skills which the prospective employee can offer. But the two agreed that pay is running higher for comparable jobs than at any time in the past. Racine recruiters for the armed forces All expect an upswing in enlistments after graduation Day. On of the most popular enlistment attractions the new program of six months Active duty in the army to be followed by five and one half years in the reserves has been temporarily closed until july 1. Since the beginning of the program on april 1, 40 Racine area men have signed up. A similar program providing for National guard service after six months Active duty is still open. At wire Noto a Democrat at Oxford Adlai Stevenson left accompanied by the vice Chancellor of England s Oxford University j. C. Masterman walks across the quadrangle to the Sheldon an theater to receive an honorary degree. Lau s open to 9 . Turn Over Bennie to Florida police Chicago ii Cook county authorities saturday handed Edward l. Bennie the dishwasher Bedwell onetime top figure in the Grimes murders Over to the custody of Florida officers to stand trial on charges of assaulting a teen age Florida girl. Sheriff Joseph d. Lohman after announcing the change of custody said he Felt Bedwell still was a prime suspect in the slaying of Barbara Grimes 15, and her sister Patricia 13. Stabbed woman/35, n panic says boy Detroit up a Mother of three was stabbed and critically injured saturday after she surprised a 13-year-old neighbor boy rummaging through her Home. The victim was mrs. Delores Bredau 35, of Detroit. Police quoted the youth As saying he panicked and stabbed mrs. Bredau after she screamed on discovering him. The boy said he was searching. Mrs. Bredau s Home for a lost Ball. Special Trade in offer on glamorous wheary Luggage your old Luggage is Worth up to 10 regardless of condition wheary Chic miss avoid Oble in 8 colors 10 sizes to fit every travel need. 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