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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 24, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin
The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 1. Racine wis., sunday april 24, 1960 74 pages-5 sections-20 cents foes of Rhee press Call for new election Seoul Korea Lee i Poong South Korea s vice president elect Wili announce today his retirement from All Public life his chief Secretary said. Lee was to have been inaugurated As vice president aug. 15. His Victory As Rhee a handpicked running mate in the March 15 elections was widely denounced As rigged. Seoul i Adamant opposition leaders insisted on new elections before even considering president syn Man Rhee s plan to yield some of his Powers to a new Premier. Despite efforts of Rhee and his backers to find a Way out of the crisis opposition democrats showed no signs of budging from their demands. Rhee continued rounds of conferences with men in and out of the government before issuing a statement expected to divorce himself from All party politics. Rhee also was reported ready to make other concessions to ease the crisis precipitated by last tuesday s bloody uprisings in Korea s major cities in which at least 125 persons were killed and 777 wounded. He will sever his present relations with the Liberal said y. C. Pyun sex Premier who talked with Rhee saturday for the second time in two Days. He wants to dissociate himself from the Liberal thus Rhee would serve As a non political chief of state with a Premier As chief of the government. But sceptical political opponents wondered How much Power Rhee would be willing to relinquish. Senate unit questions korean Aid program Washington up the Senate foreign relations com Mittee said saturday recent events in Korea raise a question about the effectiveness of a foreign a i d program conducted in the absence of an atmosphere of expanding Basic in a report to the Senate on Accord with procedures that were in effect during the korean War and w c h differ from those applying to other defense support programs. May be Lafer than you think if you did t set your clock ahead an hour before you went to bed saturday night it is now later than you think. Daylight saving time went into effect at 2 . Today and All clocks should have been set ahead one hour. Wisconsin will get the hour Back when it goes off Daylight time at the end of september. De Gaulle warns soviets on Berlin Nixon asserts politicos making religion an Issue Washington vice president Nixon indicated saturday he believes the candidates and their backers themselves have made religion an Issue in the democratic presidential Campaign. Religion will be an Issue exactly to the extent that the candidates and those who support report Stassen leading drive to Stop Nixon Philadelphia Iff Harold Stassen again is launching a Stop Nixon movement this time to try to prevent the vice president from clinching t h e Republican presidential nomination the Philadelphia inquirer said saturday. His first such Effort came four years ago when he opposed the vice president s nomination. He won Little support and eventually recanted taking he platform at the gop National convention to second Nixon s nomination. Obvious attempt in a copyrighted Story the inquirer said the Stop Nixon move was an obvious attempt by Stassen to influence the gop convention even to the extent of projecting himself. As a possible Compromise Stassen a former governor of a Bill authorizing additional Bil Minnesota and adviser to pres them continue to make it an Issue Nixon told the american society of newspaper editors. Much has been made in the contest for the democratic presidential nomination especially in the current West Vir inia campaigning Over the roman Catholic affiliation of sen. John f. Kennedy of Massachusetts. Sees tensions easing Kennedy and his West Vir inia opponent. Sen. Hubert h. Humphrey of Minnesota have said repeatedly religion should not be an Issue. So have the other contenders for the democratic nomination. Nixon also said there Are Lood reasons to think that rus Sian Premier Khrushchev wants an easing of tensions at next month s Summit conference in Paris i think this May be his attitude the vice president said not because he is motivated by what he scorns As sentimental idealism but because Lions for he Mutual Security program the committee said it was gravely concerned about the situation in Korea even before the recent outbreak of anti government rioting. Although the committee fees no presently acceptable alternative to continuing the Aid program in Korea the recent events in that country raise a question which is of wider application As to the Long term effectiveness of an Aid program conducted in an absence of an atmosphere of expanding Basic freedoms the report added. The committee also land it is somewhat disturbed that the Aid program in Korea continues to be administered in Dent Eisenhower twice sought the Republican presidential nomination. Last november he was the Republican candidate for mayor and lost by nearly a a margin to mayor Richard on Dilworth. Sent to delegates the inquirer connected Stassen with what it described As a loaded questionnaire sent to convention delegates suggest ing that Nixon cannot win election As president in november. The questionnaire according to the inquirer tasked the delegates if they would consider other possible presidential candidates if at convention time it appears to you to be quite certain that vice president Nixon would lose in believe a scientist killed in plane crash Keansburg . Go a Man believed to be a dutch atomic scientist was killed saturday when a Small plane carrying him and two roman Catholic priests crashed and Sank in Raritan Bay. The dead Man whose body was recovered was or. Cornelii j. Bakker whose address Wai listed Ai Geneva Switzerland. The priests and the plane s Pilot were pulled from the water and taken to Riverview Hospital in Good condition. Police said they had no address for or. Bakker in this country and knew Only that he had diplomatic immunity. It was Learned that a dutch atomic dentist identified As or. C. J. Bakker was named scientific assistant of a european nuclear research group in Geneva in 1954. In 1955 the scientist was named director general of the group which included members from 12 nations. Officials were attempting to determine if the Man who died in the crash was the same scientist. The three who survived the crash were the Rev Raymond Griffin 35, of Philipsburg the Rev. Donald Hickey 49, o fair Haven and Pilot Law rence Orwig 33, of red Bank other political news. Page 2 realist that he is he is concerned by some hard facts of International Nixon a Quaker who is without opposition for the Republican nomination told the editors there is Only one Way that can visualize religion being legitimate Issue in an american political Campaign. That would be if one of the candidates for the presidency had no religious belief. Cherish moral principles while the candidates in this Campaign have differences on other issues they Are All men who recognize and cherish both in their personal and Public Ives the religious and Mora principles which Are the very foundation of our american ideals. As far As i am concerned this fact removes any excuse for continued discussion of a so called religious Issue in this turning to the big four Summit meeting Nixon said the Western Powers can anticipate it with full Confidence that their leaders rather than Khrushchev represents the tide of history. Affirmative objectives he said the West should look on the talks As a Chance to Champion and achieve some affirmative fundamental object he said the conference provides an Opportunity to make at least a beginning on practical arms control and to take the heat out of the Ber Lin crisis laying the ground work for negotiations which would Lead to a formal and definitive solution of that prob Nixon said Khrushchev in dealing with the Western Lead ers is certain to be influenced by the diabolical enormity nuclear weapons and by a de sire not to risk destruction Progress which communism turn to Page 2, col. 5 tells russians to avoid threats at Sumn nit talk a wort photo a Wreath was placed by French president de Gaulle at the statue of Lafayette French hero of the american revolution in Lafayette Square near the White House. Flag bearers dressed in colonial costumes. Struck by train youth survives a 16-year-old Racine youth escaped serious injury saturday night when he was struck by a North Shore train at the Racine station 1126 West blvd. Donald f. Draves. 2033 Carmel ave., is reported in Good condition at St. Luke s Hospital with leg and Chest abrasions and a possible concussion. Police said the youth ran in front of the slow moving train As it was pulling into the Washington ave. Station. They said the first car knocked him to one Side and threw him Between the platform and the tracks As several cars passed inches away from him. Butler to quit party Post soon Topeka Kan. Of Paul Butler said saturday he plans to step Down As democratic party chairman following the National convention in los Angeles. Butler said tie intends re entering private Law practice. I m stepping Down of my own volition he said. There Are probably a few persons who would like to see me leave As chairman but the decision is my Washington up French president de Gaulle warned Russia saturday that any sudden brutal threat against Berlin would wreck prospects that the Summit conference can improve East West relations. In the midst of talks with president Eisenhower de Gaulle said bluntly that a solution of the Berlin problem is impossible at the Long awaited Summit Parley three weeks hence. The 69-year-old French Leader expressed Confidence however that the big four chiefs can find what he called a practical Start toward disarmament. Ignoring american objections to the idea he urged Western and communist countries to join in a program of economic Aid to the two billion people in underdeveloped lands. Strong hint de Gaulle who talked confidentially with Premier Khrushchev a month ago strongly hinted he really does t expect the soviet Leader to set off a new crisis Over Berlin. It seems to me that had the soviet Union wanted to keep the pressure and the threat looming Over the West because of Berlin it would have done so he said. And the soviet Union did but apparently with Khrushchev s unpredictable nature in mind de Gaulle added this note of caution if the relations Between East and West Are to be improved there should not Dawn upon the conference the brutal threat of any question and in particular of Calm View de Gaulle took a Calm View of the problems dividing the world As he moved through the second Day of his four Day state visit. Friendly crowds applauded him whenever he appeared in Public. With president Eisenhower at his Side he took time out de Gaulle chatted with mrs. John Kennedy wife of the from Massachusetts at a reception saturday at the French embassy. A wire photo democratic senator fire at Home for oldsters kills elderly Man in state claim French patrols Cross into Tunisia Waupaca wis. A Story building once a private member of the Waupaca coun flames raced through the Home. He blamed faulty Electy sheriff s department led or upper floor of the Riverview trial wiring in this Section world . And state news pages.2, 4, 7, 8, 11, 13 nursing Home for elderly persons saturday night. One patient died i i the fire and about 35 others were ti7mic t a
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