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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 12, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 21, no. 28 Racine wis., sunday november 12, 1950 agg 6 pages regents reject racial report Madison. Wis. A Gap a the University of Wisconsin Board of regents turned Down saturday an an ii a discrimination policy recommended by the faculty and Stu deals. The faculty student report asked the University to refuse approval to new fraternities sororities and other organizations that bar members because of race or religion. It also called for a University sponsored educational program to eliminate discrimination in private housing for students. Ignore housing regents rejected the report by a six to three vote. Instead they passed a Resolution declaring that the University shall protect the rights of All citizens and students a regardless of race color sect or Creed the Resolution did not mention private organizations or housing. Regent Dame Grady. Foliage. Said the five Page faculty student report made some accusations about segregation in University dormitories that were a a not ?� regents agreed to Call on the student Board for a informal advice on matters affecting students bul told the Board Thev could no to give it a voice in deciding urn varsity policy in other actions the Regent. Approved spending 594.000 for remodelling University buildings and $100,000 for new equipment asked the attorney general to take Legal Steps to Force the Dane county humane society to turn Over stray dogs to the medical school for research. Accept Gifta. Appointed prof. De in Young new director of the school for workers and prof. Vidkunn e Ulriksson associate director. Both have been teaching in the school ment $1,319,000 to meet expected boosts in Supply and maintenance costs $1,179,000 for Public health and welfare services and $1,831,-000 to replace Federal a Ogis fees for veterans. Regents predict a decrease in student enrolment in the next two years. Want a Date wait is minutes Stillwater. ?" i an Oklahoma a. A m. Home life Counselor says a boy should know a girl at least 15 minutes before asking for a Date but he should t hesitate to kiss her the first time out. A kiss the girl if you like her whether it to your first Oate or not. Mrs. Gladys Marshall assistant professor in the department told freshmen Myca members. A but by All Means be sincere. Air crimes charge Nash Union asks Ikis stories stir up Kenosha local everyone wants to get on this communist party line a Kenosha to a Keno orders through false represent a shafts biggest labor Union tons. Asked for a grand jury invest Eugene Martin president of the ligation of alleged civic Cor Mart Coni company and a diction reportedly uncovered Rector of Korte Baker company � a Supply firm was named in 43 by Kefauver crime commit indic Ems they Charfield con tee investigators. Piracy to commit a felony and members of local <2, Cio offering a bribe United Auto workers which Charles h. Boyer City Council represents 6.200 Nash motor Man and a Salesman for Korte employ is unanimously passed Baker company was charged in a Resolution asking City and seven indictments with accepting county officials to cooperate bribes and in nine with conspiracy with the u. S. Senate com to commit larceny Mittee. The Resolution fur poke chief Lester h. Eisenhut ther asked that a grand jury and police Cape or Csc a Klu be set up and that a any Well were charged with founded suspicions should be investigated to and the guilty by ii i parties be punished Natlaie a Floc City manager a. E. Axtell my 11 i i i in i j\3 said the proposed grand jury probe would Quot be All rights with him. A innocent persons in the City government should be cleared Axtell said. I have no knowledge but the associated Pressi armistice Day when Joe Stalin s boys the russian embassy staff communist revolution. The left indicates. An american hired at right getting a warm isl7>.ycornjptiop among an of my St Western National cell brat throw a party in Washington really went to town on the Board really groaned with was one of the most Welcome greeting from russian Dep accepted $59,196 in gifts and to usually a humdinger and Quot event reception celebrating vane and plentiful arrays of guests. He was Paul Robeson Uty foreign minister Andrei Grants including $25,000 from the invitations Are at a Premium the 33rd anniversary of the rare delicacies As photo at soviet adm Irma Singer pie Vishinsky. U. S. Public health service for a. A. Cancer work. Air state to Ain to obtain to dogs Madison. Wis. A a a the state attorney general Taid in obtaining dogs for teaching and research at the University of Wisconsin medical school was asked. The University to Board of regents appealed to Thomas e. Fairchild to eliminate what it termed an Quot unnecessary shortage of needed animals. The regents asked the attorney general to a Otake appropriate action to obtain compliance with a Cut training for Christmas state set to invoke strike Law milk in hoses As phone pickets make plans Battles fire a ers. The company an staff of 897. It said 620, or j71 per Luxemburg wis. A if cent. Of the 869 were regular a per pure hoses squirting milk Cream Joe Laurigan. Newly elected a is cent hike. Actors. Arment said there were a spokesman for the striking is on duty at switch Cio communicate of be Ore store tavern de with parades and speeches the Union to Resolution stated saturday the 32nd anniversary of a owe take the unalterable position the armistice which ended world that dishonesty has been found in War i. U. S. Secretary of defense All walks of life. George Marshall paid tribute to allege payoffs. American soldiers who died in two it was the first Public state world wars and in the korean War ment on unofficial reports that to a Ake More abundant for All investigators for the committee of a headed by senator Kefauver d thoughts of the two past world Tenn had been told of gambling wars mingled with grim fears of and parking meter payoffs Here. A possible third in the minds of a the Resolution was introduced who celebrated. The Observance Iby Gene stauder local 72. And was overshadowed by the bloody tonner school Board member. Fighting going on in Korea. Visit cemeteries Blaze democratic assemblyman from. Maj. Gen. David Barr command the first District spoke in favor no he a seventh division copies were Flag g in Korea paid a flying general was ready to boards in these centers 4.99 per America said the Union was ask free Miles North of Here Saturn of 1 focal unions and to City visit to Prav at the american Cem it of the Normal sized saturday my a Quot reasonable wage increase a volunteers who and coun v officials. It to Quot a �?".�?" 1 a but he did not specify a figure. E or Ine 3u no he said that last Spring the battled the fire estimated damage it mayor made a Quot package demand a the the aved a for conspiracy of wages and other benefits add a up 0 <�?o.000. The it Saed an ing up to an increase of 37 6 cents Dre Ratajczak cheese factory fort Wayne ind. Ltd it the occupation troops held Brief i liar hour. The demand on wages 40 Awa it that where the mayor of fort Wayne two City tary ceremonies to Honor the dead. Every near Puchong where men of his outfit killed in action Are buried. In Defeated Germany which started both w orld wars Western Washington a aug the Milwaukee a of re about traffic army made it possible for a great 128 striking Western electric co noun i Many soldiers to plan on spending workers in Wisconsin went ahead part of the Christmas new year with plans to picket Telephone the do Holiday with their families exchanges beginning monday and 869 per it announced that scheduled the attorney training for troops in the United seek a court order to Block the it states we Tould be suspended from move. State Law requiring Umane it Ocie .>3 through Jan. I. Riley i Cher. Representative of � a n ii i tie to turf Over stray dog. To Tho ,.tlnt, rigorous 5�? he Cio communion worker to Kebel Leader medical schools at Wisconsin and Danlyn 0f the current training pro division 18. members of his i Arn a s Rumoro or. H. M. Coon of Wisconsin trainees have demonstrated a de picketing three Wisconsin Tele a. ,. A general Hospital requested the re Gree of process which make pos phone co. Builds g and Otic West Saigon. Indo China a French specifically was scaled later at la expansive tire fluid came officials and a businessman were the West German and Berlin press gents to take such action. He cited a Bie this ,0rt suspension of pm electric building in Milkau a planes May have wounded or cents but Rose who a the Cost of under indictment on conspiracy ored the anniversary of the Day medical advances made through scheduled training it Lee at 6 a. In. Monday. Killed to Chi Minh Goatee Beard living increased he said. A everything wet was used re charges in connection with sales which marked the first crushing use of dogs and said the present it panted out that the period in flan Mobile units. Cd Leader of indo China to com the strikers now Are understood pm red a f. Timby mayor of of Coal and supplies to the City. Biow to German militaristic Ambi Upp a for third year medical Stu Coudes two Legal holidays and two the workers who joined a Monist rebels in a searing raid on to be asking a 15-cent-an-hour nearby Kewaunee two High ranking police offi Dent taking surgery is not Avail weekends so there will be a mini nation de strike against the his secret rendezvous. V age increase and to have reject a pump ran constantly to sup cers were under indictment on men Thomas t. Handy Corn Able to meet Ordinary teaching mum j05s of training Days w Hile Telephone company to equipment the French High command de cd an 11 it cent an hour offer. P v the Dairy products from the perjury charges returned in the Mander in chief of the u. S. Army soldiers stationed at considerable fir in for higher wages thur Day scribed As Quot pure supposition a the present wages Are reported to be cd Csc factory s vats. In addition same grand jury report. European command said in an society refuse plea. Distances from Home have an of also will form Mobile units in an reports that the fragile Brilliant from $1 55 to is 62 cents an hour volunteers carried water to the the six men were released in armistice Day message a owe can or. Coon told the regents the port unit to it their families Effort to keep Telephone operators to definitely was dead. The Union also has asked for a o engines in milk cans and Der Bond. Pay them we Tho died in world War Dane county humane society had the Tempo of training will be off the Job in three fourths of the but a French spokesman said one year agreement whereas the Sticks. J mayor Henry e. Branning jr., i no greater tribute than to pledge voted not to give dogs to the uni stepped up after the first of the state. Fischer said. There was a Quot degree of probability company w ants a 16-month con varsity for experimental purposes year the army said. Atty. Gen. Thomas Fairchild that to and his Quot foreign advisers tract. He added that a Law passed by the the Navy and Marine corps Are said that if picket lines form his were Down below when bomber 73.090 walk out 1949 legislature was intended to expected to follow their usual pol office will seek a court order to and fighters rained bombs and bul the strike began assure a Supply of dogs and re icy of permitting various com ban them under the state Utility lets on his reputed hideout. When an Post mated 33 too Tele quire humane officers to furnish mands to make the determination anti strike Law. Western electric French authorities were rather ,. The animals for the two univer i in Lahav Imam to. A � a a it cur that pm inc Pennim tint a. Pop a w others w i co of in a Hies. On Holiday leaves. The air Force co. Is not regarded As a Utility sure that chinese communist and meantime is considering a Christ but the Telephone visors who have been giving hos states. He said there had been no re Mas leave program which is sex John Paige vice president of expanding forces both arms and about 16.000 were employed started in a Chimney first was no Ity superintendent to spouse to a requisition of sept. 26, pee Ted to be similar to that adopt the Wisconsin Telephone co., said training were attending a strategy by the Western electric company tired by or. And mrs. Milton dal 1950. Asking the Dane county de by the Arr Telephone service was Normal session at Dana. 132 Miles North menu Faletui no subsidiary of Broux who fled from their up shelter for to dogs. Throughout Wisconsin saturday West of the Northern capital of a. T. A t the others were apartment in the building a othe question or. Coon f a Aid Quot shall the Laws of the state old vat Otar it0 he flouted by a Small number of adjudged insane people and thereby hinder the teaching of medical students and the training of doctors for which Hudson wis a Paul r ther presently is a great need. Curk Sho. A a r not Only for civilian but military #. Usage a wife has been adjudged the regents voted to ask the san and was taken to the Cen new legislature and governor for trial state Hospital at Waupun. $2,065,660 to run the University circuit judge Kenneth White Telephone in the next two fiscal years. Ordered Clark committed to the their requested budget is $7, institution Friday after receiving 948,701 More than the University a report of two doctors who had received from the state for 1949 made a mental examination of the is. The new budget if granted Man. The doctors. C. A. Dawson would be the University to largest of River Falls and g. E. Bour get the budget includes the follow of Hudson said Clark was suffering increases Over University a my from maniac depressive in pro nations for 1949-51 $1,525. Sanity. Too for pay raises to the faculty Clark 40-year-old new Rich civil sender employees and Hospi mond Section hand w As charged Tai staff $300,000 for research with first degree murder after his $230,000 for repairs and equip wife to body was found oct. 12. The court was informed that a f q a. Clark had been in mental inst spent Bullet crashes Tut ions nine times Between 1932 into general s Home and ,9s4 Washington a up a a a spent Bullet crashed through a living room window saturday of of Rran unc to Al a the quarters of Gen Clifton b. A a Cokl test 10016 Cates. Marine corps commandant. Columbus. ?" car and narrowly missed the general thur c. Johnson sr., editor in and his wife. Chief of the Columbus dispatch the Bullet crashed through the saturday. He was 76 window Glass passed Over mrs. Death occurred at the Wade Cates to left shoulder and pierced Park Manor in Cleveland just As the fire screen of the fireplace. Johnson seated himself at the the Bullet apparently had been breakfast table fired at Long Range from some Johnson had been cd Tor in Point Well outside the Marine chief of the dispatch since 1923. Barracks area in the Southwest he was managing editor of the Section of the District of Colum newspaper from 1912 to 1923, and b a. City editor from 1902 to 1912. Both the general and his wife the widely known editor was chuckled when told of rumours president of the Ohio state Archalus an attempt had been made on logical and historical society for his his.25 years. A brisk wind blew Sparks and and Harold f. Watenberg City ourselves anew to carry on their debris Tow Ard the factory but utilities purchasing agent were Battle for peace and ?� Volun ears worked at top Speed named together in 36 indictments in most countries the Day was a thursday or three hours to confine the Twenty seven charged them with National Holiday. Cannons saluted Blaze. A farm building 20 feet on conspiracy to commit grand Lar and moments of silence were of the other Side of the burning Ceny and nine charged conspiracy served on the Lith hour of the Lith Structure also was saved. To obtain signatures on Board of Day of the Lith month in 1918 t in Blaze believed to have works members and the City util when the armistice was signed. Purchase Jet fighter planes streaked Low Over Paris famed champs Elysee As French soldiers paraded up the Broad Avenue to the Arch of Triumph where a constantly burning flame Marks the grave of the unknown Soldier. Guns Boom president Vincent Auriol and Kidnap governor in Nepal raid capital Hanoi. Service a Good to but Thev declined to comment walked out in a separate grief children. Company on reports that russians also were Ance. Or and mrs. Juleda Broux new York a opt Telephone present when the planes interrupt picket lines were set up outside parents of Milton escaped from a new Delhi. India a up a at company officials said that service de the reported conference and left key Telephone offices to induce downstairs apartment. Least 200 armed supporters of de was Quot Good despite a coast to he milage wrecked and in flames other Telephone workers not to several volunteers were singed posed King Tri Bhuvana kidnapped Premier Rene pleven participated coast partial strike of Telephone report for work. By flying Sparks and cinders but a District governor and fought in the ceremonies. Charles e. Boh workers now in its third Day. Sign Exchange pct the Union claimed that 120.000 no severe injuries were government troops in Len minister of the u. S. Embassy All Calls Are being put through Rome a a Italy and West workers either were on strike or in the 14 cities where the Long Germany signed a new Commer refusing to Cross picket lines. D j a i lines department of american Elal pact providing for Exchange of a. T. A t. Said still Kocis to la dog and Telegraph has s140.000.u00 Worth of goods. Was in Progress in some cities. For u. S. Tuesday Columbus editor Dies what May be the opening Battle of in Paris Laid an american Wreath a civil War in the tiny Buffer state on the unknown soldiers to Tomb. Of Nepal. Guns boomed Over Brussels As dispatches from Rabaul a rail Belgium to Prince Royal Baudouin head in India near the Nepal Bor placed a Wreath on the unknown Der said the former King to sup soldiers to Tomb in his capital. The Lake Success n. ?"<u.r>�?" porters raided the nepalese town 19-year-old chief of state was communist China advised the of birgans just across the Frontier dressed in the uniform of a lieu United nations that delegation Early this morning. Tenant general. Will leave peking tuesday to at a tend the Security Council to discussion on the complaint of american aggression against Formosa. A communique to Ltd Secretary general Trygve lie from Chou in Lai foreign minister of the peking government made no aboard press yacht my Ever to do with drafting women mention of the councils invite Mary Gail a up a the word she was appointed because she lion to testify on the special re from president Truman to floating is one of the leading experts on port by Gen Douglas Macarthur White House was that appoint ?� that its armed Forest have entered ment of a woman to the defense or. Truman spent much of Art we Reanar a. A a i department to key manpower Post Mist ice Day inside while cold �.uu5 c Sai specifically has nothing whatsoever to do. Winds whipped the deck with of has no plan to draft women presidential Secretary asserts that the delegation headed by Gen. We Hsiu Chuan. Would with drafting ?� Cas ional flurries of rain Snow president cruising on the sleet. Because of the wintry leave the communist capital on Potomac and Chesapeake Bay weather the yacht remained an nov 14 and would travel by air aboard the m Wil Ramsburg chord off St. Mary s River until to new Ork via Prague and. London. Repays Pullman co. For stolen Blanket formally signed papers appointing Early afternoon. Mrs. Anna Rosenberg of new to York Ross told reporters that mras assistant defense Secretary in Truman is working on several charge of manpower. Messages to the Quot lame Duck con reporters aboard this a com Gress which convenes later Thi paying yacht told press Secre month. He gave no hint As to tary Charles g. Ross by radio what they will say. He said also that or. Truman Lens Denizen of the deep Uke something out of the next Century is the Navy new us to Der Ater motion picture camera just unveiled in Washington. The 35-mm eclair a Ailex water wings and a vertical Fin. A Navy diver photographer is seen Guilding the 107-Pound sub Manne camera through the water. Department of defense photo from Nea Acme Portland. Ore up l Pflager District superintendent Telephone that mrs. Rosenberg to for the Pullman co., said he re appointment had stirred reports has not yet decided whether to a lived a $10 Bill and an unsigned at or. Truman might Call for Call Congress Back before its letter the drafting of women. Scheduled meeting Date nov. 27 a of will in Cash $10 for one Quot i have not a thing on that a a decision May be forthcoming Blanket i took from the train in Ross replied. A othe fact that a after the president meets with the first world War. Thank you Winton was appointed to the Man legislative leaders Early next i very ?� Power Post has nothing whats week

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