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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 14, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin
The r4 vol 31, no. 17. Racine wis., if gop senators Challenge u. S. Expel Russ dip Valentin Ivanov charge official paid Money to hire . Citizen Washington the United states saturday ordered a High ranking soviet Diplomat out of the country. It charged that he paid Money to an Cuba rejects . Protests of confiscation Havana a Cuba saturday formally rejected u. S. Protests Over the confiscation of american owned properties by the Castro regime. u. S. sources said the rejection was contained in Brief notes. The texts were not made Public. Castro rests the takeover of the bulk of a $1 billion u. S. Investment Here by armed cuban militiamen on orders of prime minister Fidel Castro last sunday touched off a so called week of jubilation capped by a rally saturday night. Original plans called for Castro to address the rally but there was an apparent change at the last minute. Semi official sources said Castro who apparently was recovered or much improved from a recent bout of illness spent the Day resting and did not attend the rally. Slam Oas thousands of workers belonging to the huge cuban confederation of labor were called on to attend the rally and take a formal pledge to defend the revolution and fight aggression whether it comes under the Flag of the organization of american states Oas or the position against the Oas backed up earlier declarations by cuban officials that the revolutionary government will not accept an Adverse decision coming out of the Oas conference of foreign ministers opening tuesday in Costa Rica. American citizen to seek employment in the . Government. Soviet ambassador Mikhail a. Menshikov was told at the state department that 39-year-old Valentin i. Ivanov an embassy first Secretary had grossly violated the established norms of diplomatic behaviour latest episode the of Ivanov is the latest in a series of accusations and ouster orders involving soviet and american officials or citizens which Symbol ize a steady deterioration of relations. In Moscow in the course of a week the . Air attache. Col. Edwin m. Kirton and two tourists James Shultz and Robert Christner have been accused of espionage activities and ordered to leave Russia. Last month a soviet embassy third Secretary Here Petr y. Yezhov was expelled from the United states on the ground that he was working As a spy. Not retaliation the action against Ivanov officials said was not retaliation for the expulsion of americans from Russia but a step determined by Ivanov s own behaviour. The formal announcement declared Ivanov import Ned an american citizen Roger c. Foss to obtain employment in a . Government Agency and turn to Page 2, col. 1 Donald Foss Powers can t Appeal his sentence says red London a a leading soviet lawyer said saturday u2 Pilot Francis Gary Powers will not have the right to Appeal against a sentence of espionage. But the lawyer told Moscow listeners the american flier in this Section world . And state news pages.2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11 local news Page 4 american heritage Page 12 editorialpag�18 will be Able to apply for a Pardon from the supreme soviet. Powers shot Down Over the soviet Union May 1, goes on trial wednesday in Moscow on charges of espionage. The Case against Powers is completely unquestionable and without doubt the lawyer said Powers the lawyer said committed a Gross state crime against the soviet Union and against the workers and must Bear the responsibility for this crime with All the severity of the soviet Merrill explosion claims loth victim Merrill a mrs. Helen Rossiter 42, died at a Merrill Hospital late saturday of injuries sustained in an explosion that destroyed the j. C. Penney co. Store Here july 18. She was the 10th victim of the explosion that was believed caused by an accumulation of Gas in the store basement. Mrs. Rossiter was a Stock clerk and at work at the store when the explosion occurred. Nelson defends selecting panel in Case strike appointment of a fact finding panel into the j. I. Case co. Strike is within his authority. Gov. Gaylord Nelson said saturday in telegrams to William Grede Case co. President. The chief executive urged the Case co. Official to reconsider his rejection of the offer to name a fact finding panel to look into the five month old dispute with the Law Auto workers. The governor s 650 word Telegram assured Grede that the panel would not have any of the Power of compulsion you seem to attribute to the panel. Nelson said would determine the facts prepare a report on them and suggest Steps that might Lead to a settlement. Whether or not any recommendations Are made is entirely within the discretion of the the governor said he would ask Arvid Anderson executive Secretary of the Wisconsin employment relations Board to serve As the panel s Secretary. Anderson s efforts to mediate the strike were rejected by the company earlier in the week. Nelson s telegrams were in reply to a letter sent by Grede to the governor thursday. Grede said then that the company did not feel obligated to participate in any activities of a proposed fact finding panel or to comply with any recommendation it might make. Grede said also the company was aware of no provision which authorizes the governor to name a fact finding panel. Nelson in telegrams sent to the Case co. And to Grede s Home in Elm Grove said the Public expects the state s executive to do All within his Power whether expressed or implied to Aid the peaceful settlement of labor disputes. The text of Nelson s statement presses for negotiation first i want to assure you once again of my absolute conviction that the Only sound system of settling any dispute is by conscientious collective bargaining Between the parties. That is Why i have taken no step without the most careful study of All aspects of the problem. I am sure you and i agree that our american experience and tradition clearly demonstrate the value of negotiation in resolving labor management problems. This is the reason i have urged and respectfully turn to Page 2, col 1 swedish sole bus rams Al 3 die 7 Bakersfield Calif three persons wer and seven injured to
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