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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 07, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 21, to. I Racine wis., sunday May 7, 1950 8 pages anniversary finds forces dwindling in air. On land storage compared to 108,000 on be Day. The air Force has fared Best in Post War reductions. But nevertheless it has Only one fourth the planes one fifth the groups and one sixth of its manpower of five years ago. Air Force least. The air Force also has suffered ?" ?"u. S. Armed forces Are Only about one tenth to one third As Large today As they were on be Day five years ago. The combined manpower of the army Navy and air Force has shrunk from 11,581,000 to 1,476,-000. Air Power has been reduced least it still is less than one third in the recent Economy Cut a. Inca War pm a l8 backs ordered by defense secrets when world War la ended tar Johnson. In the european theater the a a Force has five groups e of mimed p an ? of a two fighter two troop Carrier u i and one bomber in the european 31,000, about 16,000 in theater where the largest portion of its 237 wartime groups was when Germany surrendered. The army has been hardest. It now has Only about one tenth the manpower and one ninth the divisions of five years ago. There now Are one division and a few smaller combat teams in the european theater where 68 divisions were in May 1945. Barring Sharp changes in the cold War situation the u. S. Armed forces probably will in main at about their present sizes for the next few years with an annual combined budget of about $13,000,000,000. How it sucks i p. A comparison of the nation s military strength by services on be Day and now shows be Day now army personnel. 5.935,000 603,000 divisions. 89 to Navy personnel 3,333,000 451,000 ships. 10,562 652 warships. 1,258 239 planes. 39,000 14,000 air Force personnel. 2,314,000 412,000 planes. 69,000 17,000 groups. 237 48 a Truman s offer phony Mccarthy slay youth in wild Chase Nebraska City neb. A a a Nineteen year old youth identified by authorities As Floyd Roberts Morton minn., was shot and killed by sheriff Tom Solomon after an Auto Chase along highways and Side roads through two counties. Authorities said the youth was a of flushed from behind a Beer tavern Here after two night policemen Henry Lutz and Clarence Iversen investigated a parked car. Floyd left the car and fled later stealing a pickup truck from the James Oil co. Here and fleeing North to Plattsmouth. Sheriff Carl Ryder notified by Lutz in turn called Solomon at Plattsmouth. Solomon said he followed the speeding truck Over dirt Side roads and that twice the youth tried a to Force my car into Bridge railings As i pulled ?� the Chase ended when one of Solomon to bullets Roberts in the Back. The sheriff said the youth lost control of the pickup and it left the Road and turned Over. The youth had a pistol in one hand. Nebraska City police said an trapped in two dramatic episodes this is a tale of two Small boys who were caught in the treacherous web of Fate but who with the help of police and fire Rescue squads found Freedom. Episode i Michael Selin 3, of Chicago peered through the uprights of the Balcony railing of his parents to apartment so intently that he suddenly found his head sticking through the bars. Above he contemplates the scene of his downfall after firemen with crowbars had a of sprung him. Episode 2 while playing Cowboy Jimmy Anderson 7, of Long Beach calif., was caught by his boots in a trash barrel. Jimmy is seen being comforted by his Mother while they wait the arrival of police and firemen. He suffered slightly skinned Knees. Where Are they ?"oj.pj�?"Only one of the principals representing the Western allies and Germany at the first German surrender ceremony Ether pistol end e a Reec Ahtl of i 1945 on Active military _ Ehenger wee found in the aban i duty on this fifth anniversary of done car. I be do it a Gen. Dwight Eisenhower us governor paints a Rosy picture of state funds Janesville ?" up a gov. Rennebohm gave Wisconsin Young republicans a Rosy picture of state finances saturday night and predicted a $25,000,000 surplus in the general fund at the end of the 1949-51 biennium. The chief executive in a message prepared for delivery at the annual convention of the Young republicans said that the surplus was being built up by tax returns that were exceeding expectations and careful management of state expenditures. A Oby careful management a he i said a owe had hoped that when the legislature adjourned in 1949 that we could enter the next biennium in 1951 with a Small general fund surplus or Reserve j of about seven million dollars. Revenue above estimate a owe expected this Reserve Only after we had made provisions for a very substantial and much needed building program a much higher level of state support for Public education and a broader and necessarily More expensive program of treatment for our mentally us a Omore than nine months of the first fiscal year of this biennium have passed and we have just recently completed our analysis of How our tax returns compared with our expectations. Demands new loyalty Board be established line ready to Roll maintenance men at Plymouth motor Plant remove tarpaulins from cars at the end of the Assembly line in preparation for the opening of the Plant. The workers will soon be Back on the Job after the Union and the company reached a contract agreement on the 100th Day of the Chrysler strike. Nea telephoto. Find boy lost in Woods As faithful dog barks Truman signs military Bill Washington a a presi preme commander of the Western allies in Europe is president of Columbia University new York. La Gen. Walter b. Smith who signed acceptance for Eisenhower at the surrender now commands Washington Acheson Calls on world to meet red Challenge Tacoma ?" or a three 1 a that dog deserves a citation a of am grateful to announce that year old Tommy Jenkins missing for sticking with his Small charge a our general fund resources for this 1 for three Days was found alive said capt. William h. will unquestionably exceed saturday when the Barking of his a Tommy w As dirty scared and i our expectations by approximately faithful Irish setter led searchers hungry but otherwise ?� eight million dollars. To his Side. The child was taken to Madigan a oif our state and National econ the town to headed youngster son general Hospital at fort Lewis for omy in the year 1950 continues. It 0? an army sergeant was found observation rest and a Good meal. It May safely be predicted that in dense Woods near the Edge of he strayed from Home thurs our tax receipts in 1951 Wall again american Lake on the 33,000 acre Day and spent two to nights in in exceed our estimates. Fort Lewis military reservation seasonal temperatures which founder these circumstances 6,000 in search which now appear probable if not helicopters bloodhounds and Secre Foster Dulles and John Sherman certain our people can look for 6,000 soldiers had searched the Ward with Assurance to a balance area for three Days. Dent Truman signed a ult setting the first army Headquarters tary of state Acheson leaving for Cooper. 8 at governor Island n. Y. He then Flinn it it railed on the nations of he said preparations for the m our executive budget at the be a detachment of four men found up a uniform military Law for Sci w3is Eisenhower a chief of meetings have been of a Complete ginning of the next two year per the child huddled in the Woods. Diera a Hora and airmen alike in time of War or peace. Was Eisenhower to chief of staff. Col. Gen. Gas tar Jodi who signed the unconditional surrender for orc the West saturday to rally their with a outmost Vigoro to or. Truman said in a statement Germany was convicted As a War meet the global Challenge of , h. Retards the new code cd i Quot do a a a a oct. 15. Communism. I 1946. A Ofree men and free nations Arv inic a a an outstand Gen. Francois seven. Who rep everywhere will face increasing no example of unification in the resented France was killed Acci by crucial tests in the years in armed forces. Dentally while Hunting in Ger mediately ahead a Acheson declared in a Takeoff statement the president called it a tangible evidence of the achievements made possible by the teamwork of the army the Navy the air Force the Marine corps and the coast ?� the measure which or. Truman said further advances a othe Many last year. The first Sui Render ceremony statement was Given out by bipartisan nature. Killed in fight Over breakfast Meriden. ?" or a a 32-year-old British War Bride slashed her husband to death with a beside his dog. Iod of at least 25 million ?t hits tax proposal the governor assailed demo i cd maj Erst be cratic legislators who wanted a wart Rohu rocks 50 per cent income tax surtax in a 1949, declaring that if such a it to la is t1cj liver measure had been passed wisc on grand Forks. S. Was held in a reims France by the state department in and carving knife when an argument sin would have been following the a j3 in project and then Back to the pattern established by our a the de Filver of the North Highway where the scent was lost Tiona self in and <�?tn8mpers warned i Tommy is the son of sgt. Wil the Republican controlled leg Das a my a tsp throughout town May Nam h. Jenkins. Sgt. Jenkins had school House we there Eisenhower Vance of his Takeoff time of 12 developed while she was frying Slature turned Down the 50 nor flooded when the Crest arrives searched 24 hours for the boy be had his Headquarters. The sur not a it nest. The aim was to pm eggs for an Early morning snack Render was signed at 2 41 a. Rn., Phaize the Hopes he holds of in according to police local time May 6 8 41 p. In. Est creasing Unity of the Western i Donald Mcneal 32, stabbed May 6. Powers in diplomatic conferences near the heart died within 20 minutes. Being held for the Coroner on an open charge we tas Grace Mcneil whom he met while on wartime duty in eng Tiara to Page 3, col. 4. In Paris today Acheson was to reach Paris this democratic Ideal of Equality be j in London during the next two fore the Law a was passed by con rus in did not officially ratify weeks. Kress and sent to the White House acceptance of the surrender in i til May 8, when another signing the legislation adjusts differ ceremony was held in Berlin fences in the military codes dating j British air chief marshal Ted mornin6 or talks with French Back to the separate operation of Der signed there for Eisenhower. Foreign minister Schuman and both h5d been drinking. The inf avy r orce he recently was Des gated chief to continue to London tuesday. Quot of the United kingdom joint ser after declaring that the imme fishing boats vanish vices Mission in Washington. ,. #. ,. D. C no Gen. Carl a Spaatz of the u. S. Diate future flu Brm Mcra asst protests sent to reds air forces and Gen. De latter de j in la crucial tests in the com tas Signy of the French army were my i Druggie Acheson added official witnesses. Spaatz has retired and writes on aviation for a National new to Magazine. The French general is chief of the ground forces of the five nation doctor s wife wins $26,000 settlement Madison wis. A up a mrs. Maria Kent Nesbit was granted a divorce from or. Well Wood Nesbit and awarded a Cash settlement of $26,000 saturday. A what we seek at London is to accelerate mobilization of the moral and material strength of the free world. We must develop those reserves to the Best of our on monday. Fore authorities made him try to at Holt minn., volunteers were sleep. Sandbagging the mud Lake dam in Jenkins had Faith in the dog Browder and Field fear that would break loosing from the first. In Nimni t a a hash flood upon the 200 Resi a of feel Tommy is Safe As Long race a Obrempt trial dents of Holt and the town of As the dog is with him a he said. Washington a up a Coon thief River Falls 8 Miles to the his Confidence was Well founded Sel for Senate communist invest South. Army mates of sgt. Jenkins land. Authorities said she and gators recommended that Earl water slipping Over the dam flocked to help the Hunt. By the a?0 ?,.a?d said Thal Browder and Frederick Vander had spread four feet deep Over thousands they joined the search Hilt Field be cited for contempt farmlands. And pledged to continue the Hunt of Congress. J Crew to at Crookston minn., 20 until Tommy was found. Two teams of bloodhounds had traced the boy to the Edge of american Lake yesterday then proceeded into the surrounding Hills Back to a Highway. Edward p. Morgan attorney i Miles Southeast of Here Volun for a Senate foreign relations Teers fought to hold the red Lake subcommittee told reporters he River which Rose l/10th foot an London or a Britain Swyte has drafted a citation Resolution hour. Crookston was by a Flash Den. And Denmark have launched for consideration by the full for flood two weeks ago when a dam official inquiries into the Digap eign relations committee. Went out. Yearance or seizure of seven fish a of am recommending that both ing vessels off russian held men be cited for contempt a mor new drug discovered coasts and protest notes Are sex Gan added. London. A up a a group of Washington. A a sen. Joseph Mccarthy accused president Truman of making a a phony offer of phony files in an cooperation Whitewash of the Wisconsin Republican to charge of communism and sex perversion in the state department. Mccarthy called on the president to establish a new loyalty Board headed by Fri chief j. Edgar Hoover with unlimited Power to rid the government of a othe prancing mimics of the Moscow party ?� in a speech before the Midwest Council of Young republicans at Chicago saturday night the senator assailed or. Truman to decision to give a Senate investigating subcommittee Access to state department loyalty files on Mccarthy to original �?o81 ?� charges a deceit to this was a deceit and dishonesty a Mccarthy said and meant Only the a Skinny rib Bones of loyalty files which he maintained easily could be stripped of damaging material in Advance. In other communist investigation developments i subcommittee counsel de Ward p. Morgan started formal contempt action against deposed communist Boss Earl Browder and Frederick Vanderbilt Field alleged red financial Joangel a for failure to answer a score of committee questions while testifying under oath. J Senate democratic whip fran Cis j. Myers pa., in a speech at Honesdale pa., charged Mccarthy had failed to provide a one single shred of direct evidence supporting his charges. Mccarthy Myers said backed up his allegations with a evasive replies and then brought Forth new charges a instead of trying to prove the old ?� Sens. Henry Cabot Lodge jr., r., mass., and Theodore f. Green d., I., were appointed As a special subcommittee and ordered to visit cold War diplomatic Battlefront in Western Europe to Check on the state department to loyalty and Security programs there. Mccarthy scored the president to decision to open files on the cases he cited in the feb. 20 Senate speech which touched off the current investigation. The president he said made the decision in order to make his forthcoming a across country junket less ?� a Mccarthy said the president should order Hoover and the Heads of the civil service Cia and military intelligence agencies to Complete a list of persons considered dangerous to National Tommy became lost when he Security. Dipped into the 30�?. Earlier army authorities had expressed the fear he had been kidnapped. A Oil to speechless with Relief and happiness a said the boy to Mother mrs. William h. Jenkins. Went to meet dad a few hours before Tommy was found maj. C. R. Buckbee Public information officer said bloodhounds had trailed the youngster across u. S. Highway 99 to a hous left his North fort Lewis Home to meet his father. A a. W i in a peeled to be sent to Moscow Browner former chief of the British chemists say they have the decree was approved by Western european european Union. A lilt it it should be Don so shortly. The investigations Are american communist party and discovered a drug which May cure a. J a f it i if inter anti Anni r circuit judge Roland j. Steinle of Milwaukee who first denied Gen. A Ivan Suslo Paroff even if International communism repro did not exist. As things Are we the suit of the physician w to seated Russia at the reims Cere must do so with utmost ?� sought the divorce on grounds Mony. His name has not appeared a these meetings will be in of cruelty and inhuman treatment in the news from Russia lately portent in themselves but i be a j Lieve they will be even More important in laying and the basis for continuing concerted action in the future. A of Trust that from these meetings will come a new sense of Community in the North Atlantic ?� Acheson said that Schuman British foreign minister Bevin and he in their talks will a seek to aimed at finding out Why Kus Field wealthy new yorker re. The common cold overnight. And Sian ships and warplanes seem fused to answer Many questions six researchers Wio tried the sometimes to act As if inter nation when they testified before the compound said it stopped their a1 we Tater were soviet lakes. \ subcommittee last week. Sniffles. Promise fight to restore cuts in social Security expansion ?" up a admin objected to the committee Selimi is ration leaders promised to fight nation of provisions granting total to restore cuts voted in a social and permanent disability benefits Security expansion Bill by the and boosting the wage base on. Concerted action by the Senate finance committee. Which tax contributions and Bene a Senate democratic Leader Lucas fit payments Are figured and his assistant senator Myers they said however they we Tould of Pennsylvania said they will vote to recommend the measure press for a several liberalizing to the Senate As a of substantial amendments to the legislation step Forward in meeting the mini when it is called up for debate. Mum Security needs of the advise broader program. People dispute wage base the committee voted earlier big three Western Powers in Pursuit of what he called a your Over Riding common ?� lauds both parties the three foreign ministers he said will Deal Writh problems in All parts of the world. As for the meeting of the North Atlantic this announcement followed the committee s decision to Recoin-1 Jast week to keep the present treaty Council week after next mend broadening the coverage of $3,000 wage base but to increase Acheson noted that it will be the the old age and survivors to insure by an average of 90 per cent first such session for discussion of Ance program but with cuts in Benefit payments for those already the a political economic and Mil House approved increases in fed retired under the old age and sur itary problems involved in attain eral Grants for old age assistance visors insurance program. The ing the objectives of the treaty a when the measure will be called House voted to raise the wage that is in strengthening the de up for action in the Senate is base to $3,600 and benefits by 70 tenses of the West. Uncertain but a vast expansion i per cent. J Acheson declared he was a much of the social Security system is a Lucas and Myers contended in encouraged by his recent talks key part of the administration to a statement that a othe most serious with both Republican and demo program. Weakness in the Senate commit cratic leaders in Congress and by Lucas and Myers both Mem tee formula is the continuance of receipt of a invaluable assistance Bers of the finance committee the $3,000 wage base. A from Republican advisors John \ protest visit of germans an official Welcome at City Hall in new York for members of the Hamburg sports Verein soccer team of Germany was protested by a group of youths who said they were members of a zionist youth organization. At left Manfred Krueger Mem Ber of the soccer team stands in City Hall door window that has been spattered in the pelting of the team with tomatoes and apples. At right youths carry signs Reading a protest nazi invasion of new to York and �?o4,000,000 dead now Welcome nazis map wire photo. I tot chokes in wringer As mom hangs clothes Cherokee Iowa up a a 2-year-old girl caught by the Arm in a washing machine wringer was pulled in and choked to death. Advises Truman a Otell them to study the list use Tough standards Tell them to fit the cloth of communist treachery and Tell you who to fire a Mccarthy advised the president. Mccarthy again attacked u. S. Ambassador at Large Philip Jessup for a proclivities As a Joiner of communist ?� he charged mrs. Marvin winterhof returned Jessup and prof. Owen Lattimore from hanging out clothes to find with work in publications which her daughter Kathleen hanging a spewed Forth the perfumed Cornin the machine. I Monist party line ?� army in control at Winnipeg As red River Breaks dikes Winnipeg Man. A up a the army took Over full control of flood fighting operations As the rampaging red River broke through dikes and sandbag defences in the suburbs and threatened this City of 300,000 with serious damage. Hundreds of persons fled their Homes in the Wildwood Riverside Point Douglas and St. Boniface districts when the full Impact of the floods the worst in 99 years struck. The Waters smashed hastily erected dikes and sandbag barriers. Move sick some 170 patients on lower floors in two hospitals in the fort Rouge District we Tere moved out we then a Dike behind the building collapsed. Most of them were taken to private Homes. Officials Here said the flood level was rising an Inch every hour and might exceed All earlier estimates. An announcement in Ottawa said the government had authorized the army to take charge of All flood fighting and emergency Relief. Send in pumps the announcement said that amphibious troop carriers sandbags and air pumps were being sent to Winnipeg to help in the fight. At Halifax the air Force said planes were being readied to take blankets and clothing to flood victims in the Winnipeg area. Winnipeg itself went on a wartime Alert basis As the flood Dan Ger mounted. V

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