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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 10, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 30, no. 38. The Racine journal times Racine wis., sunday january 10, 1960 64 pages--5 sections-20 cents Kuehn to run for governor in Wisconsin Milwaukee Philip g. Buzz Kuehn 40, former Republican state chairman announced saturday that he did be a candidate for the gop endorsement for nomination for governor. He became the first announced candidate from either party. It will be his first try for Public office. Kuehn married and the father of three children said his decision to run had been prompted because he discovered an overwhelming dissatisfaction at the grass roots level with the present gov. Gaylord Nelson a Democrat Defeated Republican gov. Vernon Thomson in 1958 to become his party s first chief executive in More than 25 years. Nelson has not announced he in Short the people of Wisconsin have been patient but they can wait for tax revision no _ Philip g. Kuehn sex gop chairman Nixon throws hat in presidential ring Johnson Grant to create world affairs Institute a $15,000 Grant by the Johnson foundation of Racine to Start development of an Institute for world affairs education at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee was accepted in Madison saturday by the University Board of regents. J. Martin Klotsche Ulm Provost described the program As one with potentially great Community As Well As University Impact. The regents said additional would seek re election but it Isi funds from various sources in a foregone conclusion that Hec luding other expected Grants will do so. For instance by coordinating the regents also gave the go and assisting the activities of ahead signal for nearly $13 Mil Community groups presently working in this area by providing intensive training for opinion leaders by bringing to Wisconsin distinguished authorities who would be in residence at the University and by integrating these activities into the regular instructional Public service and research Structure of the quote Nelson asked for his reaction. That will total $100,000 Over a five year period will be allocated to development of the Institute. Lion Worth of buildings planned for Madison and Milwaukee campuses. The Board authorized its executive committee to award contracts after bids close Jan. 21 for a science building on the Milwaukee Campus to Cost $2,694,000. Madison Campus buildings involved the first major con the development of the instruction of academic build world affairs Institute will beings in the expansion areas under the immediate direction South and East of the present of Donald r. Shea Ulm associate professor and chairman of the political science department who will serve As acting Kuehn s candidacy. Nelson or. Klotsche said the purpose director. A full time director said of the Institute is to stimulate Phil Kuehn is a Fine and the interest and broaden the intelligent Young Man. If he knowledge and understanding wins the Republican nomination of students faculty and the and other staff members Are expected to be appointed during the summer. The total resources of the main Campus. Ferber papers one will be a chemistry research unit costing $2,600,000, another project for which plans were approved is a new $1,-775,500 Extension building in the new lower Campus develop i believe he will be a Good Community spokesman for the in this important University whose residence de ment. Party. More than anything else we need a healthy Frank Andl constructive discussion of Thel major problems we face. Too often minor prejudicial matters Are permitted to Cloud and confuse the important issues. If the responsible leaders of both political parties will strive to put aside Petty partisanship All of Wisconsin will be the beneficiary. To Phil Kuehn i want to say i join your Many friends in congratulating you on your decision. I wish you Well in your Campaign but not too Well " Kuehn president of the Wisconsin cold storage co., is expected to be without serious opposition for the Republican party endorsement. The endorsement does not preclude other candidates from entering but it usually carries considerable weight. Thomson has not said whether he would enter the race but it is considered unlikely that he will do so. Reserves discussion he said this May be done apartments for years have find air victim far from crash Kuehn said he intends to Reserve the discussion of specific issues to a later Date and will explain his program As the Campaign progresses. I do feel however he added that it is necessary to mention the state s financial situation at this time since so much on that subject has been said by the present governor this is one of the main areas in which 1 find the people Are dissatisfied with the pres ent administration. They have been told by both parties that the state s greatest need is for a Broad comprehensive revision of our tax Structure. They have seen what began As a courageous approach toward tax revision by the present governor turn into program of hesitancy fear Retreat and delay. They were told that they would have tax revision this session of the legislature but Are now told that they must wait until next Bolivia . Up a National airlines plane began disintegrating at sea and dropped at least one body into the Ocean 16 Niiles from where it crashed in murky darkness near Here wednesday killing 34 passengers and Crew. This was confirmed saturday night with identification of a body found on the Beach near it. Fisher As that of Julian a. Frank 32, Westport conn., attorney one of the passengers. Personal effects Frank s body washed ashore in the same area where a Large piece of the four engine dc6b Airliner was found wednesday afternoon along with pillows and personal effects of Pas sengers which apparently dropped from the plane As it gradually fell apart. The bodies of 27 of the passengers and the Crew of five were found in a 20-acre area of the crash site. In a Muddy slowed Field just outside this Small Southeastern North Caro Ina Hamlet. Still missing is the body of Carlos Ramos Valdes of Havana Cuba. Airline and civil aeronautics Board members fear his body might also have fallen from the plane into the Ocean. No explanation there has been no official explanation of the cause of the crash but investigators be Lieve the big Airliner in route on a non Stop flight from new York to Miami had trouble just outside of Wilmington where the route begins a 500-mile leg Over the Atlantic to Florida. The widely strewn debris indicated that the Pilot prob ably was trying to get Back to Wilmington. Carried on productive work in the Field of International affairs will be available for development of the Institute prof. Shea said. Will seek advice the Long experience of the University Extension in developing effective adult education programs also will be particularly helpful in the Public service aspect of the Institute. Outside the University the advice of Community leaders and authorities in world affairs education from All Over the nation has been and will continue to be sought. Prof. Shea said the Lakeshore area offers unusual opportunities for world affairs education research including study of the effectiveness of communication techniques. The Institute also could serve As a communication Channel Between the Midwest area and formulators of United states foreign policy he said. Shea indicated the Institute May be located in a separate building on or near the Ken Wood Campus of the Ulm. The University became the possessor of manuscripts and personal papers of Edna Ferber has Long been identified with Wisconsin. Gifts and. Grants of $1,876,-202, including one million dollars from the Ford foundation for Urban research were accepted. These Are the four top Carrier salesmen in the four circulation districts As chosen in a Competition based on meritorious service. John Christoffel seated at right was chosen As Winner of an All expense paid trip to Europe for 10 Days. The others from left Charles Petricek Robert Doolittle and Andrew Emmrich each won a 15-Volmue encyclopedia and a 25 . Savings Bond. Helper is Hurt by Corn picker Frank Braun 28, of route 1 Caledonia was under treat ment at St. Mary s Hospital saturday night for multiple face cuts and a possible jaw fracture after an Accident involving a Corn picker Satur Day afternoon. Sheriff s deputies said Braun was Cut when his clothing accidentally became caught in the machine s drive Shaft while he was attempting to remove Corn which had jammed the Mechan ism. The Accident occurred on the Floyd Loppnow farm at route 1, Franksville. Loppnow s son Wayne 10 saw Braun caught in the Corn picker turned off the machine land summoned his father. Trip he never expected to take newsboy to Europe to urn a to me photos special recognition was Given the journal times and sunday bulletin for its Carrier program by family weekly Magazine co sponsor of the Competition. Walter Dreyfus seated at right the Magazine s vice president announced that the newspaper was selected to Send 9 representative of the circulation department with the boys on the european trip. Henry t. Larsen seated left circulation manager chose Donald Kar Kow standing City circulation manager. Davis nosing out Morrison in Louisiana new Orleans i former gov. Jimmie Davis saturday night pushed slowly ahead of mayor Delesseps Morrison of new Orleans in the Denio cratic Runoff for Morrison led earlier with his vote superiority in big new Orleans. The Runoff vote picked a successor to gov. Earl a Long returns from 1,435 of 2,109 precincts it Vii 317,904. Morrison 304,224. The mayor a Catholic in a state that has t elected a Catholic governor since 1884, needed a big new Orleans Lead to combat the Davis strength in protestant Northern Louisiana. The Morrison Early Lead was widely expected because of his More than two to one new Orleans Edge Over Davis in the first primary five weeks ago. With sunny skies Louisian ians apparently turned out in greater numbers compared with the dec. 5 first primary when they cast a record ballot of 842,609.�. Interest ran High in the flashy political circus per formed in the Morrison and Davis campaigns after the first primary defeat of the Long dynasty. The democratic nominee in this one party state is certain to win in the april 19 general election succeeding Earl the lame Duck in a four year term starting next May. But Morrison or Davis will face Francis Grevemberg gop nominee and Kent a court Ney states rights candidate in the april election the gop for the first time is arming for an All out political bout trying to draw from the ranks of demo cratic voters. Bridge open 2 hours has its 1st Accident Middletown the first Accident on the new $7yz million Summit Bridge occurred saturday less than two hours after the Span was dedicated. Mrs. Cleves Rothrock 52, Philadelphia suffered lacerations of the Mouth when her car collided with a truck on the Bridge. The truck had been used As a platform for speak ers at the dedication ceremonies. The Eiffel Tower in Paris and ice skating on the canals of Holland Are among the sights which John Christoffel a Racine journal times and sunday bulletin Carrier Salesman is looking Forward to seeing on a trip to Europe that he never expected to take. John son of or. And mrs. Howard Christoffel 3536 Osborne blvd., was chosen Winner of an All expense paid trip in a Competition among carriers who have one or More years of meritorious service with the newspaper. The Sophomore from Washington Park High school who will be 16 on feb. 4, was among four boys who were chosen tops in route management character and school grades in each of the four newsboy districts. John led the Field in the East District. North District Winner was Charles Petricek 15, of 1122 Blake ave. South District Robert Doolittle 17. Of 1621 Oregon St., and county District Andrew Emmrich 14, of 2733 Indian Trail Crestview. Magazine is co sponsor the Competition was sponsored by the Racine journal times and sunday bulletin in co operation with family weekly Magazine which is distributed with the bulletin. Walter Dreyfus vice president of family weekly who awarded prizes to the four top carriers also made a Surprise announcement that the Racine journal times and sunday Bui Etin had been chosen from the 10 newspapers sending carriers on this trip As promoting the Best meritorious service for the youth of America. For this achievement the newspaper was permitted to name a senior representative who will accompany the 10 newsboys. Henry t. Larsen circulation manager of the newspaper chose Donald Kar Kow City circulation manager to make the trip. Karkow who has been with the newspaper since 1949, and Christoffel will begin the 10 Day european trip on feb. 14. They will Board a dutch Royal Airliner in new York and Fly to Holland Belgium and France. Other newspapers joining them will be winning Carrier Salesman from the fort Myers news press Lakeland Ledger and Tampa times All in Florida Gainesville daily times and Rome news Tribune in Georgia Utica observer Dis Patch. New York Nevada state journal in Reno rapid City journal in South Dakota and Coffeyville daily journal Kansas. Of s primaries acknowledges he s in race see picture Page 2 Washington _ a vice president Nixon marked his 47th birthday saturday by becoming an acknowledged candidate for the Republican presidential nomination. Without any of the fanfare that accompanied formal announcements by two democratic potential rivals Nixon let it be known he is in the running for the North nation he is now regarded As certain to get. His entry into the race was accomplished when his press Secretary Herbert g. Klein told reporters the vice president willingly gave his consent to the entry of his name and Delegate slates in three primaries. Wisconsin balloting these include the March 8 new Hampshire preferential and Delegate balloting the May 3 Ohio Delegate choosing and Oregon s May 20 free for All. Beyond this there seemed Little doubt that when Wisconsin republicans can agree on the makeup of a Nixon delegation he will be put officially into this state s april 5 balloting. In California s june 7 primary a re welded state gop will attempt to record a Mammoth turnout for Nixon. This would be designed to Demon Strate that he has substantial strength in a state which turned sour for the republicans in 1958 with the election of a democratic governor and senator. Florida contest Nixon s aides indicated there May be some discussion of entering his name in the May 24 Florida primary. This seems the Only ballot in the South on which he might appear before the july 25 party nominating convention in Chicago. Only in Oregon is Nixon himself expected to have any Republican opposition. In that state there Ara indications that new York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller will be placed on the ballot despite his withdrawal from Public Contention for the presidential nomination. A in this Section late Telegraph news pages. 2, 5, 6, 8, 10 local news Page 4 american heritage Page 12 16 the tourists will assemble name can be put on the ballot in Oregon against his wishes. In Concord enthusiastic Nixon backers threw a state House party and formally filed his name. Klein said Nixon when notified officially that his name has been entered will give an affirmative in new York on feb. 14 and arrive in Amsterdam Holland turn to Page 2, col. 4 Ike shoots skeet on farm Gettysburg a. President Eisenhower d i d some skeet shooting saturday on a Range at his farm. He got out on the Range in the late afternoon with the Sun still Bright and the tempera Ture in the mid forties. Shooting with the president were his son maj. John Eisenhower and an old Friend George e. Allen who has a Arm nearby. The president s ii year old grandson David Eisenhower watched the men fire. It was a Day of Leisure for the president who came to his country estate from Washington Friday for the weekend. Saturday morning he got out around the farm and inspected the livestock but he spent most of the Day indoors. The president and mrs. Eisenhower plan to drive Back to the Hite House lat this afternoon. Racine area weather sunday Jan. 10, 1960 Cloudy and slightly colder with Light rain or Snow possible today and Moi Day. High today mid 30s. Low to night around 30. Light variable winds becoming South to Southeast 9 to 12 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in Wisconsin occasional Snow develop ing North and Central portions and some rain or Snow Likely extreme South portion today monday Cloudy with occasional Snow North and a lev or Snow South probably ending West portion during Mon Day. No important Teni Vej Ture changes. High tpctiyj20 to 30 North and in th�40is South. 4

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