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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - July 8, 1962, Racine, Wisconsin THE RACINE JOURNALTIMES VOL 27 JULY 1962 72 CENTS Aerospace Industry Unions Set July 23 Strike Date ff Unions for workers Saturday set for July 23 aj trike they said will cripple he United States areospace The strike decision was reached at a meeting between oplevel negotiators of the In ternational of Machin sts and the United Aerospace A walkout would involve production workers at missile and airplane plants through out the as well as at many missile Resumes Aerial Nuclear Tests in Nevada CAMP United States secret low power nuclear weapon a few feet above the desert Saturday in the first resumption of aerial nuclear testing on its own soil since The atomic energy commis of the explosion sion and the defense said was to test the effects of nu clear The mighty blast may be a prelude to tests next week using troops in atomic battle field Such tests have been reported forthcom with official confirma Roads Blocked Secrecy cloaked Saturdays tost at the Nevada test Roads to the vicinity were and outside observ ers were Officials called the device low This meant it had an explosive force up to 20 equal to tons of Unofficial Sources One observer on a hill 55 miles distant said there was H slight flash and a small cloud of dust in striking contrast to the 100kiloton underground shot Friday which jetted a towering plume of smoke feet into the In view of the security reg the only descriptions came from unofficial sources outside the sprawling test The AEC announced 105 minutes after the blast that a cloud rose to an altitude of about feet above the ground and drifted north w a r dissipating Radioactivity was expected to become low by the time the cloud reached Wirephoto Robert Ken nedy lost his balance and tumbled off his water skiis as the Kennedy clan took to the water off Hyannis The attor ney general was shaken up but did not appear Saturdays a n o u n cementland AeroJet General through a few days after a clear indication from a federal of ficial that the administration would step in to avert any tieup in the sprawling aero space What action might be taken was not dis Unless contract agreements are reached by July union negotiators the two un ions will strike all plants of North General Dynamics Ryan Aeronautical out the United Workers also will be called off the job these missile bases Vandenberg Air Force Pacific Missile Range Cape Sheppard Air Force Texas Dyess Air Force Texas Walker Air Force Lincoln Air Force Warren Air Force Fairchild Air Force and missile bases at White Plat and Federal mediator Walter Maggiolo said a few days ago that Labor Arthur Gold berg wont tolerate a walkout in the huge aerospace indus try but did not indicate what action the a d m i n i s t ration might take in event a was The unions are seeking wage increases and other Average hourly wage in the aerospace Indus try is Scouts to Get New Campsite Rejoins Family Wilderness Area in North Given by Foundation A 640acre tract of wilder in Northern Wisconsin HYANNIS has been given to the Racine Ambassador Boy Scout Councii as seph rehabilitatedja new permanent campsite to enough from a stroke to the ent coundl discharged from a New York c the c chi arrived in his Cape Cod resort Saturday and was pecotton on near Lithographing is a vice president of the Racine Scout To Sell Chippecotton Lyle is a council representa tive on the National Board of ere camp Scouts and chairman of Pleasant Lake the Racine Scout Longrange met by his President The wilderness site about The chief executive drove from his vacation retreat on the shore of Nantucket Sound 230 miles north of is the gift to Racine scouts by the Lyle Paul executive vice president come places that only sensitive inNeither the fathers dis struments could detect a few hours J the presidents trip to the air port were disclosed in ad AEC Tremendous it was by conventional todays shot was a pigmy in the atomic It was a fifth as powerful as Fridays gigan tic HBomb type blast from a chamber 650 feet deep the The 73yearold former am bassador to Great Britain had been at the New York Univer sity Institute of Physical Med HIGH ATOM TEST IS DELAYED AGAIN HONOLULU ff The in icine and Rehabilitation for slightly more than two undergoing treatment to minimize effects of the stroke he suffered at Palm United States postponed again Saturday for the fourth time its planned highaltitude nu clear test above Johnston Is The official cause was badi The big explosion was re set for last The president took his to the airport to help him greet her Miss Ann the pres idents flew to the cape with the elder Kennedy Turn to Page 5 Paul Lyle Report Many Army Officers Irate at Handling of GIs in Viet Nam Editors Note Are the American people being told the truth of the fighting in South Viet Nam Are they even being told halftruths From A series of interviews with returned American officers comes an angry indictment of a war they say is being blundered away with few hits and many By Bern Price AP Staff Writer story here and apparently elsewhere in the that the fight to save South Viet Nam from the Communist to put it fouled Both the Pentagon and the State Department have been extremely reluctant to discuss the Vietnamese op prat ion at But it can be reported that there are some extremely disturbed officers in the ranging from cap tains through at least one major Downright Angry It apparently is no secret throughout the Army that William Ros1 chief of the cial Forces guerrillas is downright angry over what he considers the misuse of his highly trained specialists in South Viet among Army men there are reports that Viet namese President Ngo Dinh Diem has kept the command structure of his government so split and confused that military operations the Communist Viet Congj guerrillas border on the cha The intelligence system up on which operations depend for success is reported near And some officers hear the Military Advis ory Group in South Viet now numbering between and has become so topheavy and unwieldy that its efficiency has been Rear Echelon Posts For every man actually out in the field training and ad vising Vietnamese there are reportedly at least five in rear echelon head quarters shuffling I This ratio becomes some what startling when it is con sidered that the British car Turn to Page 1 In This Section and State News j Pages 11 12A Local News Pages 6A Planning The pur chase price of the new camp site was not Camp Chippecotton will be sold as soon as possible after the present summer camping season Proceeds will be used to develop the new camp into a wilderness type oper including a base camp and outlying trail in time for the 1963 The campsite is located 10 miles east of Elcho in Lang lade County and southeast of Lower Post It is just east of Summit Lake off High way The camp is heavily wooded with some open areas and Two sandy gravel lakes are wholly within the property the 42acre An ninan Lake and 18acre con necting Perch The Wolf River crosses the northern tip of the There is an old logging road through the prop Ideal for Camping It is ideal country for with rivers and smaller lakes located through out the entire area adding to the attractiveness as well as the functional use of the prop Lyle It is our hope to give Ra cine boys a real opportunity to get close to nature and all that this means in terms of and appreciation of the beauty and wisdom in and many less tangi ble benefits that are avail based on an individuals personal point of These boyhood experiences can be very meaningful as one grows The Longrange Planning Committee pointed out that the Racine Council has out grown which can handle only 100 boys at one Additional land ad jacent to the camp is not available and maintenance costs on the 26yearold camp are beginning to exceed prac tical Eye Weekend Camp The council also has plans to obtain a short lerm campsite close to Ra Earlier this year members of the Racine Scout Executive Board inspected the new which is 230 miles north of From left William Leon Jerome Herbert Harris standing behind Johnson and Chris The scene is along Wolf lOAj Turn to Page 1 This portion of a map shows the new Racine County Council Boy Scout camp in the north The Wolf River cuts across the northern tip of the 640acre tract and two lakes are located inside the camping Suspect Inflamation in Churchills Leg LONDON Sir Win ston recuperating from a thigh showed signs Saturday of phlebitis in his left Phlebitis is inflammation of la He broke a bone in a fall in Monte Carlo 10 days Racine Area WEATHER Partly cloudy with thun dershowers today and to Monday mostly fair and High today in mid Low tonight in mid South couth east winds 10 to 18 mph this morning becoming south to southwest 10 to 20 mph this afternoon and and northwesterly 8 to 18 mph ELSEWHERE IN STATE Partly cloudy with scat tered thundershowers to Turning cooler north High 84 to Part ly cloudy and cooler to Scattered thunder showers likely south Low 58 to 65 north and in the 60s Monday mostly fair and
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