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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 26, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol 20, no. 43racine, wis., sunday february 26. 1950 8 pages Wisconsin protests Chicago proposal on Lake diversion Madison wis. A ?" Wisconsin atty. Gen. Thomas e. Fairchild wired pres. Truman and defense Secretary Louis Johnson saturday opposing a Chicago proposal to divert More water from Lake Michigan. Fairchild said the state of Wisconsin would demand Public hearing if the Chicago proposal received a serious ?� urges others join. He also wrote attorneys general of Michigan Minnesota Pennsylvania Ohio and new York asking them to join Wisconsin in fighting the Chicago request. Fairchild said additional diversion of Lake Michigan water will violate the United states supreme court decision. His telegrams to the president and Johnson said a Chicago newspapers report the Chicago sanitary District seeks increased diversion of water from Lake Michigan for generation Eft electricity. Sole jurisdiction in this matter is vested in United states supreme court which holds continuing jurisdiction. A oif the Chicago request is to receive consideration the state of Wisconsin insists on Public hearings to give other great Lake states an Opportunity to present their views in opposition to the Chicago ?� tells of request. Fairchild said the Chicago sanitary District has appealed to or. Truman and Johnson for authority to divert an additional 3,500 cubic feet per second of great lakes water through the Chicago sanitary canal. U. Is minister leaves Bulgaria Calls her enemy of Freedom Kis ?" up a a. S., tuesday spoke bitterly of bul minister Donald r. Heath led his j Garian charges that he had served 49-member delegation out of As a spy. Bulgaria today branding her red government As an enemy of Freedom. Heath who had served As american minister in Sofia until the United states broke Diplo a i t h Bulgaria Matte relations a there is a deliberate meticulously planned Campaign to create fear and distrust of the United states and to violate the rules not Only of diplomacy but of civilization a Heath declared. Union Coal chiefs sent to pow wow sees shortage of a scientists Madison ?" up a biggest shortage in atomic Energy during the next generation will be in qualified scientists Sumner t. Pike commissioner of the u. Atomic commission predicted today. Pike spoke before an editorial round table on atomic Energy at the University of Wisconsin. Eye Home project the shortage he said will not be in uranium supplies but in capable scientists. A world War two Cut into training and nuclear science is growing incredibly in All lines of research a Pike declared. A oif the russians decide to give up communism and play Ball we can take our materials out of storage and put them into useful peace time uses. A owe Hope to bring More Able men into the Field by spending $20,000 to $30,000 annually for research by scientists on pet projects at their Home ?� the commission will spend $800,000,000 this year including $500,000,000 for production of fissionable materials and $300,-000,000 for research Pike added criticizes committee a owe get More for our Money in i research than in actual Man fac Ture. We have had practically no Success in finding new Beds of i Ore through a program to Stimus late search for uranium. Largest source of Best Grade uranium is found in the belgian ?� Pike criticized the joint committee on atomic Energy made up of senators and representatives because it a Onever asks the commission How Many bombs it has in storage and manufacture. A othe committee should know what the commission is ?� governor appoints nun to state nursing Board Madison ?" a sister m. Regula director of nurses at St. Francis Hospital Lacrosse was appointed to the state Board of nursing by gov. Oscar Renne Bohm today. Thirty two 5-Inch rockets stacked neatly underneath wings of the f-84e Thunder Jet a operation port Rex Quot will see planes blast like warships the largest amphibious Maneu vers by u. Forces since the War a cooperation port Rex a at the tiny Caribbean Island of Vieques near puerto Rico will provide a testing ground for air Force jets packed with unprecedented Power. These pictures show As an example How the new f-84e Thunder Jet fighter will be loaded with rockets to give it a knockout punch that compares to the broadsides of big warships. In fairness to the Navy it should be noted that the planes Are not capable of the sustained firepower of warships. Friends seek 20,000 to Aid Sander defense Manchester n. H. Our a formation of a defense committee to raise an estimated $20,000 for or. Herman n. Sanders to mercy murder trial expenses was announced. The Surprise development came during the weekend recess of the trial that has been underway five Days. Author George Woodbury former Harvard University anthropologist made the announcement As chairman of the a or. Herman n. Sander fund ?� he said the plan had been contemplated for Many weeks but actual announcement was withheld until after the selection of a jury to try the controversial Case. Experts have estimated that Legal fees and other trial expenses including autopsy costs and pretrial investigations will total about $20,000 for the doctor who is accused of killing a dying cancer patient mrs. Abbie c. Borroto 59, Manchester. Robert s. Perkins a Manchester insurance Man was named treasurer of the committee. He was designated As the person to whom contributions were to be forwarded. Give it fire Power equivalent to the starboard and port broadsides of a Light Cruiser. Or 12 rockets plus two tiny Tims each of which is equivalent to a battleship s 14-Inch gun. Reds close in on Formosa Taipei Formosa up a the defense ministry said today red forces had landed on the Island j of Namoa 190 Miles from Formosa. Red broadcasts said Namoa had fallen to the communists. Nationalist statements did not go this far. They said the Island was defended Only by minor forces. Namoa about 30 Square Miles in area has been an important i Supply base for nationalist China j guerrillas in Fukien and Kwang Tung provinces. U. Joins in Battle to reduce Gas rates push to end rent control car fumes fatal to state girl 19 Princeton ?"<u.r a a 19-year-old Princeton girl was asphyxiated and her companion overcome by Carbon monoxide fumes in a car outside of the girls to farm Home last night. The girl killed was Theresa Resheske daughter of or. And mrs. Stanish Resheske. Her companion. Jesse f. Link 23, Fairwater was reported in critical condition at a Ripon Hospital today. Miss Resheske to younger sister Dolores discovered the Accident about 6 30 this morning. Theresa was dead and link unconscious. The carts motor still was running. Capt. Karpe blame death on foul play Vienna Austria. �?"<u.r a u. Army Headquarters announced saturday night that an autopsy on the mutilated body of copt. Eugene s. Harpe failed to establish that he was murdered As austrian authorities had concluded. A Ono positive proof of foul play can be ascertained because of the mutilated condition of the body a an army spokesman said. Vienna austrian oho austrian Interior minister Oscar helmet blamed a foul play for the mysterious railway Tunnel death of capt. Eugene s. Harpe u. Naval attache in Romania. A foul play must be assumed he said on the basis of circumstantial evidence. At the same time a doctor at the u. Army Laboratory in Munich Germany where an autopsy was performed on Karpets body said he believed evidence of deliberate violence has been found. Fought for life Karpets mangled body was discovered thursday in an austrian railway Tunnel near Salzburg. The army said Friday that Harpe a Ofell or was thrown from the Orient express on his Way to Paris. He was returning to Washington to report. No official statement was released after the autopsy in Munich. But a doctor said privately he believed there was evidence ruling Washington. A up a the re 111 Lii Lucia i out suicide or an Accident. The Mer when he Load la Small the Senate appropriation ? a a i Alo the Hgt Tway n Ings showed 45 per cent for labor j Tunnel indicated that Harpe had Clung frantically to the doorway of a car before he finally plunged Washington. Our Federal government and several company could be storing its Gas private companies joined two in the Michigan storage Field and states in trying to prove that then draw on this Reserve when Michigan Wisconsin pipe line co. The Winter Peak loads Are needed. Is asking too much for its natural \ also in cases of emergency the Gas. It j Michigan storage Fields can be the private companies want used to Supply that state some sort of differential system the areas served by Michigan that would lower the temporary Wisconsin include Milwaukee a Gallop poll close on British voting London a up a one of two major polls on Britain s elections came very close to calling the exact turn on thursday s events. That was the Gallup poll printed in the Liberal London news chronicle. On the monday before grinder Dies Marinette ?" up a Fred Emmett Hunt 64, University of Wisconsin football player at the turn of the Century died while visiting friends. Case official weighs election in Light of recent j rip abroad Michigan Wisconsin rate of 30 cents per 1,000 cubic feet of Gas to around 28 cents per 1,000 cubic feet. So is the state of Michigan. But the Federal Power commission staff wants All rates charged by the company lowered by two cents a 1,000 cubic feet. The staff counsel of pc has claimed that the Michigan Wisconsin operations Are uneconomic and that if the company would divest itself of the operation of storage Fields in Michigan it could easily Cut the rate two cents. Companies Eye expansion. Cine Madison and Green Bay in Wisconsin and Detroit grand rapids and Ann Arbor in Michigan. The company Sells Gas at wholesale to local Utility firms. He can a mine this own Coal Peoria in. A up a William h. Friedrick Early today was one of Peoria to Lucky citizen he had a Load of Coal coming to the House. The truck arrived the men lifted a round Metal plate set in the saturday paved the Way for ending All Federal rent controls on i 43.5 june 30. The move was made in a deficiency appropriation Bill. The committee recommended to the Senate that the office of housing expediter be granted $2,600,000 for use Between now and june 30 but that the Money be used to liquidate the Agency and discharge its 4,135 employees. President Truman and other administration leaders have called for an Extension of Federal ceilings upon rents beyond june 30. The Surprise action of the committee was announced after a closed session by chairman Mckellar d., Tenn he said there was no record vote among the 21 members and there had been some opposition. Originally an appropriations subcommittee had granted a re and for the conservatives 10.5 for the liberals. With 28,582,901 votes tabulated Early today the percentages according to the various parties were labor 46.2 per cent conservatives 43.4 per cent and liberals 9.2 per cent. Star of silent screen Irene Rich to marry new ?"14�?� a Irene Quot Rich. Broadway stage Star and onetime Star of the silent screen said saturday she would marry George h. Clifford utilities executive on feb. 28. Miss Rich whose latest stage Vienna in his own first class com show a Oas the girls go a closed last month said she and Clifford would be married in an apartment they have taken at the to his death. The Marks showed a heavy object had been dragged alongside the tracks. Army authorities in Vienna said Oliver Wright second Secretary of the British legation in Bucharest and his wife were travelling on the same train. Friends of the 46-year-old Harpe said they saw him walking into the dining car Only about an hour before his death. Suffering from gout they said Harpe had spent most of his time on the trip from u. Officials push efforts to end crisis prom press dispatches Washington. A a gathering of John l. Lewis top Union leaders hinted possible weekend developments in the Coal strike crisis. With Lewis himself out. Of town the presidents of his soft Coal districts came to Washington for a powwow with Thomas Kennedy United mine workers vice president and John Owens the us we to Secretary treasurer. For break. The Una strategy session preceded another negotiating meeting of Union and Coal operator representatives. Kennedy is the Union to top spokesman with Lewis away. It could not be determined whether the Surprise session of Union leaders was a tip off to possible contract developments or merely a briefing on the situation before the Union to scheduled court contempt trial monday. Government officials urgently prodded the peace negotiators in the Hope of a break before the contempt Case comes to judgment a but they were not optimistic. Disclosure that the ump had called in its District presidents came soon after the White House said that president Truman is not expected to take any action Over the weekend to end the National Coal crisis. Reports persisted however that Federal negotiators told Lewis before he left for Springfield 111., to attend his brother s funeral a a that unless there is a break in the deadlocked negotiations by saturday night the government will be forced to drastic new Steps. An hour s after today s negotiation session began Federal mediation chief Cyras s. Ching and chairman David l. Cole of or. Truman to fact finding Board joined the talks As observers. May Seise mines. Prodding the negotiators toward a settlement of the soft Coal dispute and strike which is riddling the nation to Economy they said they would discuss with the negotiators the possibility of a session today. A half dozen of the District presidents were Here when the Call went out for the other 19 to join them. The new development came As 372,000 striking ump soft Coal miners completed the third week of their full fledged walkout which has idled 127,000 other workers in Coal burning industries. Federal mediators refused to discuss the situation. But some sources said the government to next action probably would be in some form of Federal seizure of the mines. Urges support of red Cross ?" or a gov. Oscar Rennebohm urged Wisconsin citizens today to give a Oas generously As possible to the red Cross drive for funds starting March i. The month of March has been designated a ored Cross month by president Truman. Quest for a $3,600,000 deficiency i Sherry Netherlands hotel. Appropriation to continue rent i it will be the fourth marriage stopped at Golling in the Amer apartment. He had told them he was suffering from gout in his left the army to criminal i Vestiga i Sault prepares Tion division said the train had j for navigation the election just concluded in great Britain indicates the voter is finding out socialism is not the a of workers to paradises he sought and is looking for a change. This opinion was expressed saturday night by h. G. Barr vice president of j. I. Case co., in charge of purchasing in an address to the supervisors of the Case Burlington Plant and their wives at a dinner in hotel Burlington. About 115 persons attended. A regardless of the makeup of this or succeeding British parliaments the affects of socialism will be Felt for Many years a he said. A once having nationalized much of the nation to Economy it will be most difficult for anyone to restore private ?� Coal prices treble speaking on his observations made last summer during a 10-week tour of England and Western Europe Barr said a despite the claim of socialists that nationalization a would mean a reaper goods the Price of Coal Rose 3 times in a few months after nationalization and forced higher freight charges besides increasing production costs in numberless industries dependent on Coal for Power. A othe first year of operation after nationalization the Coal Board lost $92 million. Production of Coal last year reached 202 million tons up from the 1946 Post War Low of 181 million tons original investment but still 25 million tons behind Dickeman said the company 1938. But last year after in j would like to increase its capacity the company presented its sup ground and poured two tons of the j controls until june 30 by which for miss Rich we Tho is 58. She and her third husband David Blaken Horn were divorced in Clifford a widower is 68. Porting evidence thursday. Its executive vice president Charles t. Dickeman told the commission examiner that the 30-cent rate would give the company a Low return on its investment but promised that if the company facilities Are expanded the company could not Only sell its Gas at a to per cent reduction but could also make a a Omore reasonable return on its scarce fuel through a Chute into what they thought was the basement. The Chute led to an abandoned Cistern. Time Congress was expected to pass upon the request to extend them. Ican zone of Austria at 1 10 . 6 10 . Cost and left a half 1931. Hour later. It entered the Tunnel i three to five minutes afterwards. Creasing prices again and adding 30 per cent to the Export Price of Coal a Small profit was made. The Price of Coal for Home consumption is nearly three times the 1938 Price. A othe government took Over electricity and the Consumers got j rate. A Shock from the envelope bring 1 ing their first nationalized Light Bill. Gas was taken Over and each area Gas Board immediately raised prices. The state air corporation lost $120 million in the first year of operation. Another to to Page 2, Caf. I from 56,000,000,000 to 110,000,000,-000 cubic feet of Gas a year. He said the company if permitted by pc could this without a proportionate increased capital investment and could therefore afford to sell its Gas at a lower w. German government Calls off Iron embargo berlins or a the West German government saturday called off its embargo on Iron and steel shipments to Eastern Germany. The embargo had been imposed earlier this month on grounds that the communist East German government had not made reciprocal deliveries of other products under the terms of an East West German Trade agreement. Set up five Man inquiry Board for state department red probe at a party policy committee meet-1 Man characterized them As false ing to demand a five member inquiry group. Chairman Connally. A Texas of the Senate foreign group headed by senator Tydings relations committee favored a Washington the sen ate foreign relations committee today named a five Man inquiry Sault Ste. Marie. Mich a up a the Sault Crossroads of great lakes navigation is getting ready for the 1950 navigation season. Present ice conditions in the St. Mary s River Point to the possibility of an Early opening of shipping through the locks at the Sault and into tha Iron Ore shipping ports of Lake Superior. Opening Date at the locks last year was on March 26. The first u. Coast guard ice the River indicates the would store up in summer. British labor Dickeman said Michigan wis gains a vote Consin should be allowed to oper. London. �?"<u.r a labor party ate the disputed storage Fields in strength in the new parliament order to keep a steady flow of Nat Rose to 315 seats late saturday ural Gas throughout the year. He when a Remote scottish District pointed out that during tha reported Ila a uyt Jfhn count. Did to investigate charges that communists hold High offices in the state department. Tydings told reporters that there will be a Ono Witch Hunt and no whitewashing in the probe of charges made by senator Mccarthy a wis other members of the subcommittee Are senators Green Dri Mcmahon a Conn Hicken. Looper a Iowa and lodger mass. Three member subcommittee but he yielded on that Point. Connally told reporters the subcommittee will be empowered to hire two outstanding attorneys or investigators to Aid the group into looking into Mccarthy s charges that 81 persons he said were communists or fellow travellers have been or Are employed by the state department. Secretary of state Acheson has Tydings said the five member fury in inquiry group will meet monday ear 1s, s j16a _ _ a i to organize. He said they will Hunt for a outstanding and respected persons to help them make a full and fair investigation. Progressives Eye year ago according to commander t. A. Dahlburg commanding officer of the Sault coast guard base. Pm a Fps Ltd Owen Tell let the chips fall what a they May a he said. A Othis will a Vole of banners neither a Witch Hunt of one hand ?" a a Progress nor a Whitewash on the ?� Sive party official called on Dele Connally said the committee Gates at the party to National con Mav ask the Senate for from $25. Mention saturday to work harder too to $50,000 to cover expenses enlisting the farm vote. He said of the investigation. There was Little Choice Between for the subcommittee he pledge the general platforms of the said there is a Ono truth in Mc-1 eds of real serious attempt to get democratic and Republican Par republicans tar Lier had decided earthy charges. President truth the Bottom of these charges. Us. I

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