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4 Jun 1950

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4 Jun 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 04, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 21, no. 5racine, wie., sunday june 4, 1950 8 pages demand airing on arms fund Washington a a senators called on the state and defense departments to show what Security America is getting in return for vast outlays to help rearm Western Europe. Senators h. Alexander Smith a no and Knowland a Calif demanded a breakdown of what already has been accomplished by the european countries in building up their defences. They asked also for a tabulation of where the $1,222,500,000 proposed new outlay for foreign arms will be spent. Opposition mounts Secretary of state Acheson told the combined Senate foreign relations and armed services committees Friday that a owe Are a Long Way from having an adequate Security Force to for the North Atlantic Alliance. The Alliance was formed to combat the threat of communism. In response to a question from Smith Acheson said that arms outlays at Home and abroad might have to be increased in the years to come. Smith told a reporter he thinks that statement will make it More difficult for him and other senators who support the foreign rearmament program to push it through Congress. A of am not Clear what we Are getting by these vast expenditures a Smith said. A Oit seems to me that we Call the tune and have to pay almost All of the Bill. I want to know How much heat we have put on these european countries to make them help pull themselves ?� hearing monday Knowland indicated that Secretary of defense Johnson will face some questioning on this Point when he appears before the combined Senate committees monday. The House foreign affairs committee will be opening hearings the same Day with Acheson As its witness. Acheson to forecast of later increased outlays apparently caught chairman Connally a Texas of the Senate foreign relations committee and others unprepared. Connally told reporters he was a surprised at the statement. He indicated it won to make his Road smoother in attempting to get Senate approval. Progress pleases Atlantic Union Washington a proponents of a super government of Western nations predicted the first Concrete Steps toward their goal May be taken within the next two years. Former supreme court Justice Owen j. Roberts president of the Atlantic Union committee told the United press a everything is coming our Way very ?� he said there is a possibility the Senate foreign relations committee will approve a Resolution this year backing the committee to plan for the United states to Call a convention of the seven strikes again at Mccarthy Madison ?" pm Dorothy Kenyon of new York an Early target of u. S. Sen. Mccarthy to attacks on alleged communists said the Wisconsin Republican a ois just a Fly speck in a total attack on ?� in an interview miss Kenyon member of the Enesco commission for the United nations declared a of am not concerned with Mccarthy but with the sinister reactionary forces behind him. They Are one of the most dangerous things that Ever happened in this ?� miss Kenyon was in Madison to speak at an annual rally of the Dane county women to Democrat club. Nations which sponsored the North Atlantic pact to a of explore the idea of setting up a federation of North Atlantic democracies. Wheel chair graduate a pretty Beverly Graham above18, graduated in Ottumwa Iowa from a High school she never attended. Stricken in 1943 with osteomyelitis she has been confined to a wheel chair and was unable to attend classes. Daily classes were broadcast to her Home by the a teach a phone method enabling Beverly to keep up with Junior and senior High school work. A wire photo. Of pensions at Harvester Chicago a a International Harvester co. And Union officials reached agreement on an amended two year contract covering 27,000 workers at la farm equipment plants. The Union involved is the United farm equipment workers which joined the left Wing United electrical workers upon expulsion from the Cio. Company officials said the agreement includes liberalized health and welfare plans without added costs to employees. It also includes a contributory or non contributory pension plan the Choice to be left to each local Union. The agreement which is subject to Union ratification contains no Blanket wage increase. But company officials said it does Grant five cent hourly increases to some skilled trades in Chicago plants. Hoover praises in nation s press Washington a. Edgar Hoover said co operation Between press and police is a vital element in successful Law enforcement. The Fri director paid High tribute to the assistance Given by newspapers and news services to the police Effort in a signed editorial in the june Issue of the Law enforcement bulletin privately circulated by the Fri to Law officers throughout the United states. Spotlight crime. A othe value of a close and harmonious relationship Between Law enforcement and the press cannot be overestimated Hoover said. A Oit is indeed vital to the Public interest for it is the Public which benefits when the relationship achieved is that of voluntary partnership. A editors who blazoned pictures and descriptions of these social menaces before the Public have utilized a Clear Cut method of aiding Law enforcement. And they have done so not Only because the material makes a Good copy to but also from a real desire to serve the common Good. A recently the pictures and descriptions of to widely sought fugitives were published by a number of newspapers. Following the publicity three of the wanted men were captured and Many helpful leads regarding the others were obtained. War never ends. A Oas Law enforcement officers we know that the War on crime is a never ending one. We know also that intelligent realistic co operation Between the press and the police is a most effective Force in this continuous struggle. Rep. Keefe withdraws from governor race couple wed in two rites Hospital slash Cost millions a discloses bad Gleichenberg Austria a up a Sam hedge 61-year-old great Grandfather from Chicago married his a email order sweetheart in two Here. A Sam and Gitta Rauch the 29-year-old austrian Beauty he ?"oj.p. A president Truman to 16,000-bed cutback in the veterans Hospital building program in december 1948, Cost the government More than $10,-000,000, a veterans administration report said. The Money had been spent on plans Sites and preliminary work by architects and contractors before or. Truman in an Economy move ordered 24 hospitals eliminated from a plans and bed capacity reduced in 15 others. Some Salvage. Some of the loss can be recovered a said especially that incurred in. Acquiring Sites. Also a a substantial portion of the Cost of final working drawings and specifications can be salvaged the Agency said. A summed up the losses at the request of rep. James e. Van Zandt r., a. Van Zandt made the report Public with this comment a with that amount of Money they could have paid for a ?� the House recently passed a ceremonies restore the 16,000 Beds to the a building program a Cost of More than a Quarter billion dollars. The measure now awaits courted by mail took their vows ate action. Van Zandt was in both German and English. Neither can speak More than a few words of the other to language. After the wedding they left on a honeymoon trip to Western Austria and France. Sam will sail for new York from be Havre june la. Gitta is scheduled to follow. Him in october. The Romance that culminated the wedding began three years ago. Sam saw several photographs of Gitta in Chicago. He sent her letters and food parcels and Gitta wrote Back to thank him. After that the letters got warmer and warmer. A Osky shark passes tests the Navy to newest attack bomber the Douglas xa2d sky shark successfully completed its first test flight at Edwards air Force base maroc Calif. The sky shark is the first postwar tactical plane to use Turbine driven counter rotating propellers enabling it to carry a greater payload than any known Jet bomber or fighter for same fuel expenditure. Slays exporter in n. Y. Park new ?" up a an elderly exporter was shot to death As he sat on a Bronx Park Bench Satur among the House members who i Day a few seconds after he calmly Lacrosse census reveals growth la Crosse ?" up a the City of Lacrosse has jumped in population from 42,707 to 47,032 area in the past to years the census Bureau said. Company spokesmen said they the figure for Lacrosse county understand the Union wants increased from 59,653 in 1940 to a Omore Power reposed in the joint Board which would pass on questions of pension eligibility. The pension would be administered financially by a trustee. 67,511 in 1950. West Salem went from 1,254 to 1,372 in the 10-year period while Onalaska enjoyed a 46 per cent growth from 1,742 to 2,556. Endorsed and voted for the Bill. O. W. Clark Deputy veterans administrator told Van Zandt a estimated obligations incurred on the 24 eliminated hospitals totalled $7,877,000, not including a overhead costs. Another $2,-668,000 was incurred Tor a of redesign of the 15 hospitals altered in size by the president to Economy order. Reject three. Clark also told Van Zandt the a turned Down proposals that it use three of five military hospitals recently ordered closed because they were not of the permanent fire Safe construction a considers necessary. Two of the five hospitals Oliver general Augusta ga., and the Long Beach Calif., naval Hospital were found suitable and Are to be taken Over by a not later than july i Clark said. Killed on Street Milwaukee. A a pm Herman asked a passing Motorist a will you please get me a policeman a police identified the victim As Martin Openshaw about 70, and sought a tall dark Young Man As the Slayer. Quot 7 witnesses of the of Brien Square shooting said this is what happened the unidentified Young Man about 21, stood with one foot on the Park Bench talking with Openshaw. A passing car stopped for a traffic Light. Openshaw turned toward the Driver and asked for a policeman. The Young Man jerked a pistol from his pocket. He fired four times at Openshaw wounding him in the Chest and Arm. Openshaw crumpled to the pavement. A catch him catch him a he gasped before he died. The Man with the gun hesitated peeked Down at his victim then Craft 50, was injured fatally ran and disappeared around a Navy retires capt. Crommelin Washington our a Navy capt. John g. Crommelin jr., outspoken opponent of unification was Given a retirement promotion to rear Admiral. Crommelin to request for retirement was granted earlier last week. He previously had been suspended because of his attacks on unification policies of High defense officials. Navy Secretary Francis p. Matthews said Crommelin was promoted to rear Admiral in accordance with a Law providing for a higher rank upon retirement for officers who were awarded combat medals. But Crommelin still will receive Only the retirement pay of a Captain. Crommelin has announced he will run As an Independent for the u. S. Senate from his native Alabama. Saturday when he was struck by an automobile while walking across a Street intersection. The Driver was not held. Nash to add second shift Kenosha ?" up a the Nash motors Plant Here will add a second shift on the Assembly line starting monday e. W. Be Mitt Corner. Works manager said. He said the police searched the exporters to i new shift from 5 p. In. To 1 30 a. Office and Home in the Hope of. Rn., will enable the Plant to pro learning the motive. Duce 775 automobiles a Day. Mark birthday of Jeff Davis ?" or a representative Arthur Winstead dem., miss said supporters of the a Oso called civil rights program Are the some kind of a of agitators who brought on the civil War. Winstead spoke at the ceremonies before the statue of Jefferson Davis in the Capitol on the 142nd anniversary of the birthday of file Confederate president a today with the cold War raging a Winstead declared a with communism spreading in every area of the world with some in our own midst it behoves each of us to be tolerant and understanding of each other to problems and to keep a United America. A Oit is sad indeed that in these crucial times we have some people who would stir up racial strife and prejudice and hatred and Divide our people in order to perpetuate themselves politically and for other selfish reasons he said. He said the a great mass of those pushing for the fair employment practice legislation comes from sections of the country where there is More discrimination than there is in the South. Ceremonies were sponsored by the United daughters of the confederacy. Six years after Normandy finds Cologne rising from debris Reward 3 fishermen for clue to lost plane Stockholm ?" or a the american embassy announced saturday that an award of 2,500 swedish crowns $300 been made to three swedish who found the nose wheel of a missing u. S. Navy Privateer in the Baltic sea. Examination of the wheel led Navy experts to believe the plane had been exploded in the air by russian fighters and its 10-Man Crew killed. The three fishermen recovered the wheel off the coast of Gotland Island Between South Sweden and Latvia on april 25. Plane crash kills three in Indiana ?" a three Indiana businessmen bound for a weekend Canadian fishing trip were killed saturday when their Light plane overshot an Airport runway and crashed into a tree. The dead men were Sylvan tonner 48, the Pilot owner of the tonner body works at Bluffton Dale e. Dunaway 38, of Liberty Center and Ivan Moser �6� Ai doctor advises a Long vacation lawmaker says see Story on Page 4 Oshkosh wis. A it a Hep. Frank b. Keefer to withdrawal from the race for the Republican nomination for governor a announced. Keefe said he. Withdrew on advice of his physician. The congressman to decision to pull out of the race was disclosed Here by his daughter mrs. Virginia Nolan and confirmed by his office in Washington. Keefe said in an announcement released at Washington a within a few minutes after gov. Oscar Rennebohm said he would not run for reelection i received a Midnight Call from Wisconsin asking me if i would consent to have my name placed before the Milwaukee convention. A of said then i would be available and if endorsed by the delegates would wage a vigorous Campaign. Win practice Law a since then Many splendid candidates in whom i have the utmost Confidence have offered themselves for the task of maintaining the Republican party in Wisconsin and assuring the state of sound and efficient government. A therefore i no longer feel the urgency that appeared to exist immediately after governor Rennebohm withdrew from the race and i have decided not to be a candidate. A omy physician advised me that i need a rest and it is my determination to return to my private Law practice at Oshkosh upon the conclusion of my present term in the Congress. Mrs. Nolan said her father had been led to believe that the decision of gov. Rennebohm not to seek reelection left the party in need of a Strong candidate. But she said rep. Keefe now feels that there Are a Good candidates available and he is not needed. She said the same reasons that impelled him to announce his retirement As congressman still apply. Keefer to physician had told him to take a Long rest mrs. Nolan added. Keefer to withdrawal reduced the Field to four candidates seeking endorsement of the Republican state convention for the gubernatorial Post. Stir in the running were Harvey v. Higley Marinette former state gop chairman Walter j. Kohler jr., of Kohler state senator Gordon Bubolz Appleton and Erwin Benjamin St. Croix Falls merchant. Resisted draft Keefe is completing his sixth term As a member of the House of representatives. He is 63 years old. The Veteran lawmaker said 2 weeks ago he would seek the nomination after an announcement by gov. Oscar Rennebohm that he would not be a candidate for election. Several weeks ago Keefe announced his retirement from Congress at the end of this term to return to private Law practice Here. He resisted a a draft Keefer move in his District aimed at inducing him to seek reelection to the House. Six years have passed since liberating american forces after As a peaceful Street Corner give a typical example hit the Normandy beaches on june 6, 1944, and Many of the reconstruction that has taken place so far. At left changes have taken place in Europe since that time. The troops of the 104th u. S. Infantry division enter Cologne two scenes above taken at Cologne Germany showing already practically destroyed by Aerial bombardment and a Battle spot at the height olt dts Deatna Ctm mandate years artillery fire. At right on the same spat my Yaw after Cologne residents move quietly about their daily affairs. Note that Post office at right is still doing business at its old stand. Apartment House in Center once blasted wide of a has i Mew we sort roof. R for widow flies to Oslo for rites new ?"atis�?"mrs. Elea nor Roosevelt chairman of Tho . Human rights commission left by air for Oslo Norway on the first leg of a 30-Day tour of nine european countries. Mrs. Roosevelt was accompanied by her son Elliott Hie children Elliott jr., 14, and miss Chandler Roosevelt 16, Wilhelm Munthe de Morgen Sterne norwegian ambassador and Malvina Thompson mrs. Roosevelt s Secretary. Mrs. Roosevelt will be present at the unveiling in Oslo on june 7 of a Granite larger than life size statue of her late husband the Cost of which was borne by popular subscription. Quot find body l Anse ?"up a the body of an unidentified Man was found by two fishermen in Ruth Lake in Eastern Baraga county. The Man apparently a drowning victim was described As about 60 to 65 years old. State police said the body was badly decomposed

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