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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 8, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Expect Affine Brief editors Washington uis a Anat Republican Lowlar Kenneth s. Wherry predicted that Congress will take in extra heavy Cut in funds in retaliation for i Pitha recognition of common let China. Enemy a member of the sen ate appropriate committee said is confident that the committee will go Over the appropriations item by item in the Light of this a it affords even More compelling reasons for cutting this spending to support British socialism a the nebraskan said. Wherry already has asserted that funds for the economic cooperation administration could be Cut lids year by $1,mmmmmm>0q. British Fwy item of do chill est communists said May be in argument a to Cut even called Wisp in series sen Homer e. Ferguson it mich., another member of Tho appropriations committee said could not go As far As Wherry in predicting cuts. But too pm die British action takings this country a face to face with a Basic 1 with Talm is proo Iem. A we Are now faced with the Hesic problem of finding out whether our so called allies in die cold War really mean their opposition to communism a said. A i believe that the appropriations committee will insist in an answer to that question before it Grants foreign Aid British recognition of Tho communists said is a a disquieting step which will make the american people a very a it is the culminating slap in a series of incidents which demonstrate that european countries do not have the same feeling teat we have a said. A i am sad that one of our autos has Given to to communism on this import tent bes said when a told Tho St cry of Tho Little boar. A Otte already tatted to allows As tar away a Anchorage aft Aba Androcy re All tar Anding Thorn to Tho boy Quot Bas Laid. Bex a year round pharmacist on this noted Rammer resort Island is Tho father of two children. Where did hear about Armand from another Ham operator George Brown of Pawtucket r. I. Rex said Brown told him the Milwaukee boy is in with a rare blood disease. A so we re getting Busy right Milwaukee m a Frank j. Lentil Fanner collector of to Tayi Revenue tar Wisconsin was fined $1,000 on a charge of you Ettag political funds tar employees of his department. Futi Iii entered a plea of no defense to the charge on which was indicted by a Federal grand jury. Judge Michael l. Igor of Chi Cago dismissed a second charge against Kohl and eight other present or former internal Revenue employees of conspiracy to solicit funds for the democratic party from other Federal employees. The indictments against All nine defendants were returned in May 1040. Kuhl had resigned his Post six months previously. Hero of fire tells Story exception a miss Anita Blair 28, who lost her sight in an Auto Accident to years ago and her seeing Eye dog Faun won a debate with Senate officials when Joseph Duke broke a Long standing Senate Rule forbidding animals in the gallery and permitted them to enter. Miss Blair from Elpaso tex., is in Washington to protest a Bill which die tales would put her out of business As a lecturer on safety. Nea telephoto Al the harass at mercy Hospital fire by Richard fee Davenport Iowa a Cua a i was one of the first to reach the Hospital when we got the alarm. Flames were shooting out of the windows on the second and third floors and i could Joe More fire on the roof of the building. As the firemen put a ladder up i grabbed an a and climbed to the top of one of them. I chopped at the Anchor bolts holding the hers across one of the windows. I thought those hers never would give Way. Finally the bars dropped to the ground and i smashed the pane with the Helve of the a. Still Hiccup Ping after it months Jack of Leary 24, thinks maybe a set a record by Hiccup Ping every �?"w4 for it months but a not Happy about it his weight has dropped from 120 to of pounds and can to retain food tar More five minutes. His Mother mrs. Margaret of Leary pictured with him at Glendale Calif., says a a it a a race Between stopping the hiccups am Clour Awaliani a a u. S. Attorney Timothy t. Cronin told the court a the government has no competent evidence to indicate that Kuhl kept even one Penny of the Money collected. There also is no record of any solicitation of Money on the part of Kuhl. A in considering the penalty one element is the deterrent effect on others who might violate this act or other acts. Because of the publicity we have had on this Case i do not believe that any collector of internal Revenue in Wisconsin will Ever violate this Law the eight other defendants a i Quot whom a charge of Era a piracy to get Taftt funds was dismissed Are Clarence j. Williamson Milwaukee chief of the Milwaukee zone office of the internal Revenue Bureau James p. Flood chief of the Green Bay Bureau division Jerome j. Mizkewiz Green Bay assistant to flood Benny w. Roto chief of the Madison division Clarence j. Wittak Deputy collector at Manitowoc Paul w. Pemberton chief of the Wausau division Stephen p. Stevens Tanner collector in Milwaukee and Paul w. Thiel former chief Field Deputy at fond do Lac. Fra Decatar his Friend the indictment to which Kuhl pleaded no defense listed 15 instances of alleged political collections of amounts ranging from $25 to $50 in the period from August 1945, to september 1947. Cronin told judge Igoe that the government considered the Case a serious matter but declared that it did not go at the Case because of political reasons or to wreck either the democratic party or Kuhl. A Kuhl has been one of my Best friends and i Hope still is a said Cronin. A everything required by the statutes to constitute an of tense was done by troops Battle floods 4.000 without Homes i saw a sight i guess i never will target. Silhouetted tee flames were a group of patients. They weren to screaming and did no to seem excited much. They just looked bewildered. Sort of like animals who had something new happening to them and did t know just what to to. The flames were All around them by then. But thank god they were docile and followed my orders willingly. I climbed in and took several by the hand and led them to the window. Firemen and other officers helped them Down the ladder while i went As tar As possible into the building to get More. Altogether i guess i found about a half dozen patients and got them out that window. I did no to have time to keep count those flames were hot. I could feel them searing my uniform and my skin As i ducked among them. I was a Little afraid the floors might give Way hut did no to have much Chance to think about it. Most of the patients i saw were older people. We managed to throw blankets around some of them but for most the weather was so cold thai they were going from one hell to another As they got out of the building. Taxi lab. Terrible tells. When they got outside they just stood round and looked at Cadi other sort of unbelieving a As though they just understand that anything like this could happen to them. There was very Little screaming in the part of the building where i was but i could hear terrible terrible yells from other parts of the building. This was the wont thing in be even seen in the time in be been with the Force. I Hope i never see anything like it again. Cook admits taking girl 7 Crookston Minn. A a a Raymond Dempsey 25-year-old unemployed Cook pleaded guilty in a Surprise court appearance to charges of kidnapping a 7-year-old red Lake Falls Minn., girl. Dempsey appeared before District judge j. Sylvestre in Chambers. Sylvestre set sentencing tor tuesday. The charge carries a maximum penalty of 49 years in prison. Dempsey admitted taking Little Vivian Shannon daughter of a red Lake Falls Blacksmith into his car pm nov. 21. Arrested the following Day after a doctor confirmed that the child had been attacked sexually Dempsey denied either abducting the girl or attacking her. Vivian however identified him As her Kip Naper and assailant. Vivian was left in a Field in below freezing temperatures. She made her Way to a farmhouse and was returned to her parents As a search for her spread Over the Countryside. V authorities said her attacker apparently had tried to strangle her. Tea Macarthur. A i intend to propose that we ask Tea general for a statement of his views in writing a Ferguson said. A i believe teat would More practical than asking that leave Japan to appear before our committee or some Ether in Concord n. H., sen. Styles Bridges in n. H., ranking Republican on tee appropriations committee said that the a bungling course of Asiatic appeasement is leading directly to an atomic Pearl cancel bid to Tea party Washington a f a there la be no joint Tea drinking Jan. To by mrs. Harry s. Truman and tee University women a club inc. In tact to save embarrassment All around there wont be any Tea drinking by the club itself on that Date though the affair once had been fully arranged and the presidents wife had accepted an invitation. Ifs All tied up with the Row in Congress and elsewhere Over civil rights tar negroes. Staffer makes Blea Der. The club once was the majority group in the Washington Branch of tee american Anocia Tion of University women. It quit the National organization in a Long fight Over the Washington Branch s rejection of mrs. Mary Church Terrell negro Leader for membership it took the new name and a minority group which had favored mrs. Terrell a admission took Over As the capitals Paauw Branch. Unaware of the Tong controversy mrs. James Helm of the White House staff announced tuesday that mrs. Truman had accepted an invitation to the clubs Jan. To Tea. That produced some comment about the presidents civil rights program. A we just did no to dream it would be embarrassing a mrs. Leslie Whitten the dub s hospitality chairman said. Gets a Lovely note. She told a reporter that after she saw the comment she telephoned mrs. Helm a rather than have her Call she said she offered to withdraw the invitation if it would be embarrassing to mrs. Truman. The next Day s mail mrs. Whit tra related brought a a Lovely note from the White House accepting the offer to take Barit the bid. Mrs. Helm would say Only that a the invitation was graciously withdrawn by the with the first lady not coming the Tea itself was cancelled. Small streams left their Banks in Ohio although fears of a Ohio River flood subsided when heavy rain and snowfall stopped. Floods also were reported in sections of Kentucky trans St Alabama Mississippi and Arkansas but most of the were in lightly populated areas. A sleet storm in upper new York state left highways Slick and some utilities crippled stopping Power to 13,000 Homes. Snow was telling in Northern new York. Memphis hardest hit of the ice storm cent was emerging slowly from the coating of Glaze which had crippled its electric services and Public transportation. The Sun was out saturday in the Tennessee City for tee first time this year and melted the Bright covering of wires and tries. Electric trolley car service was restored on most routes but Telephone and Light were still lacking in most parts of the City. Medway Maine a f a fire raced through a Rural dwelling in a a form killing at least three children Nuce other children were for. Reds gaining in Reich report berlins f a West Germany soda list labor Leader or. Karl Schumacher asserted that communists Are beginning to get a foothold in some of the rightist parties of West Germany. A did not identify the parties except to make it Deer this had not happened to his socialist party. Some of tee Boring from with a said is being done by outright communists and some by a fellow the Eastern German communists have made it no secret they Are trying to spread their doctrine to the West with the aim some Day of creating a United Germany on theirs and russians terms. Schumacher a news conference allowed a two Day strategy conference on a a free United Germany a without compromising with Eastern communists. West German socialist leaders warned against unification under russian inspired terms. Totalizer with Burns. Three Are on the danger fist the six youngsters were All Chi Drra Oreg Itta. Grace Jones 51, a widow. Mrs. Jones her doting thine leaped into tee Snow from a second Story window. 8ho said she could not reach a 2-year-old grandchild who also was on tee Stroud floor. A or. Albert j. Golestan said tee fire swept the House after James Carey 21, a visitor supped noir a Wood stove while carrying a gallon Jar filled with gasoline. planned to use the gasoline to Start an automobile. Known dead were Stillman Jones 15, his brother Milton 2, and Delores Jones mrs. Jones nine months old grandson. Missing Are George h., 0 Thomas 4, and Henry 4, All sons of mrs. Jones. Mummers March in Quaker City Philadelphia a end the mummers marched in Philadelphia saturday making it official that 1959 is Here. Their annual new year s Parade twice postponed the mummers struck up the familiar rhythms of a ooh dem Golden slippers and began the five mile six hour March up wind swept Broad Street. A $49,900 pot of Gold in prizes a will be split up at the end of the Parade in which 7,000 a a subjects of King momus paid tribute to that Monarch of fun and mimicry. Skull May solve linear mystery new London wis. A Cua a authorities believed they May have identified Burley Skeleton found by two Rabbit Hunters earlier last week. They said tee available dues jibe somewhat with the description of Casimir Kostrzak who disappeared from his Lebanon Home in 1926. Kost Razak a relatives said tee skeletons Teeth were similar but that the old my hid been wearing Felt instead of leather Rimes when vanished. A pair of leather shoes was found on tee Skeleton s tact. Two new London Hunters found the Skull lying in a Field and officers discovered tee Skeleton buried beneath it fractures Skull in Kenosha fight Kenosha in a a tavern fight Lent Virgil Middleton 39, of Zion ii to the Hospital with a Skull fracture. His condition is not serious. Sheriffs deputies mid Middleton struck his head on the Frozen ground when was knocked Down outside the Rural tavern in a fight with a stranger. The stranger had taken offence when Middleton spoke to hts woman companion inside the tavern the deputies said. V police Ara searching for Middleton a opponent a Rise in Southern Illinois temperatures was expected to add to the flood hazards. American bed Cross officials at St Louis said 14 Henri i counties were affected. Merchants at new Athens on the Karic Askia River were moving Stock to upper floors of their stores As River Waters Rose. 13 senators to fight riders to Oleo Bill Washington a vix a Thor teen Dairy state senators derided to fight to attach riders to tee Oleo tax repeal Bill which would also kill wartime taxes. Indicating they would not try to filibuster the Bill to death the senators also announced they fax order completing action on tee measure by Friday. The is Dairy state senators met in the Quot Mas of Ink a a. Alexander Wiley in widens at Thorn fighting against Banate approval of Tho House passed Mil Wiley Sud of Quot Guy m. Full emf j Iowa who also was present Ara sponsoring a substitute to repeal the taxes but forbid the shipment of adored Oleo in interstate Commerce. Tree limb injures Manitowoc Farmer. Manitowoc win in a Joseph Schiegg town at Liberty Farmer was injured critically a by x tree Emil foil on my head. Stingy 42, has not Regrind consciousness at holy family Hospital Here. was one of a group of formers cutting Trees with a Power saw. As one huge tree fell it knocked a heavy limb off another tree. The Hub struck Schiegg. Uphold ouster of school chef Madison wis. A a a the state personnel Board upheld the ouster or Emil Sullivan head chef at the Wisconsin school for boys for seven years. Sullivan was fired in november for inefficiency and failing to keep the school Kitchen clean. appealed to tee personnel Board claiming had been hindered in his Job by having to work with undisciplined boys. Sullivan said did no to want to go Back to his Job at tee Waukesha school but did want the Board to dear his record. At the time of his ouster Sullivan charged that the school tor delinquent Bora was being run by the inmates not the officials. The Board upheld his discharge without comment personnel officials said the record in the Case will stand. May ride backwards in plane to Lessen violence of crashes warn Milwaukee truckers May strike a officer it two unions have warned Tho City common Council teat 250 City truck Drivers May go in strike unless they Are Given a ,15-cent hourly pay increase immediately. E. C. Riley Secretary treasurer of Al teamsters local too and Earl Milburn Betel of the Cio government workers local 1907, sounded tee warning when the Council voted to Day action in a Nisi until april l Riley mud Milburn Gam the my voted several months ego to authorise a strike if their demands were not met Milburn told the Council doubted could a hold tee the unions have sought a 15-cent hourly pay boost irises sep passengers of the future May ride backward for Protection against crash injuries. The air Force disclosed that volunteers a a duplicating Plana crashes in a rocket propelled sled have withstood tremendous forces by facing to the rear. It said a number of these experimental a a crashes have been made at Edwards air Force base maroc Calif. The tests have provided in formation on of Tea Terra in St cram to human oozy ran safely withstand. Apparently with proper support it Cen withstand plenty. The contraption used in the experiments was developed for the air Force by Northrop aircraft dubbed a a human decelerate or it is a sled which is if no hmm propelled by solid fuel rockets into a series of mechanical brakes. The brakes Stop the sled with a Force equivalent to that experienced in actual crash landings. Six Volunteer airmen an officer and five enlisted men have undergone decelerate be forces up to is times the Force of Gravity while facing in both Forward and backward positions on the sled. That Force is achieved by slowing tee Carriage and rider from a Speed at 150 Miles an hour to 75 in Ana fifth of a second. Ute remit is the same is if in automobile Driver travelling at 75 Miles an Bour should Stop his car within 9 feet seated in the backward position the volunteers withstood a Force of 35 Gas with Little difficulty facing Forward they had to a strapped in with a spacial Day Power showdown until 13th of March Madison wife urn a aah a Dawn in the state at wish raring a dispute with tee Federal Bower commission Over which rim regulate e state Power company wont come for two Montes. The pc notified the Wiscow sin Public service commission that a hearing in the Rara Baa Bara postponed from Jan. In to Mai 12. The fac and Wisconsin attorney general Ara defending the state s right to regulate tee interstate Light and Power co., Platteville. The Fpo has claimed teat it should regulate the company because the firm buys Power from an Illinois Generator. The March hearing will be held Iowa s 45-Pound Turkey defeats Minnesota Bird Minneapolis a Oja a gov. Luther Youngdahl of Minnesota had to admit for the second straight year that Iowa raises tagger turkeys than his state. The largest Bird Ohms note Turkey grown could produce at Tea National Turkey St Kraakm was a weighing 43 and we eighth a milk if had to a Barit seat to a giant 45% Pound Turkey grown by Gordon Hunting Melville Iowa. 0 the big Turkey Battle Between tee states started at Lait year s convention. When Iowa Shurd up Arith i Biggs Uhl teas Itta death Tokos editor of polish paper Milwaukee a or a Joaeph Kaduk a editor of the Midi language newspaper Jowiny potable Bere for 20 years before it dissolved last year died in a Hospital feb a s Tong flow of Kaduk came to Milwaukee from Maud in 1912. Funeral services will a Brid temporary manager Superior a the Superior City Council named Jarl Aho As temporary City manager. Aho mooted William Deegan jr., who resigned to take a similar Post St Gram lira Awara Ramb a a a Pic i Ltd

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