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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 10, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin L to 4l-Mii s vol. 31, no. 19. Racine wis., sunday july 10, i960 72 pages a sections-90 cents journal times to begin work on new addition the journal times co. Will begin construction monday on a Multi Story addition and remodelling project at its present location 212 4th St. The addition will be built directly North of the present two Story journal times building and will contain two floors above Street level and two below. In announcing the build. Ing program co publishers j. Donald Mcmurray and Harry r. Lepoidevin said that the project s completion in about 18 months will give the journal times one of the most modern plants in the Industry. The co publishers noted that the newspaper s facilities have reached the circulation saturation Point necessitating their expansion and the Purchase of additional equipment including a press. Will raze warehouse the addition will increase the journal times building s floor space from 25,252 to 47,-654 Square feet. The present building is 99 by 106 feet the addition will be 81x94. First step in the building program will be the razing of a newsprint warehouse North of the journal times building on the East Side of Wisconsin ave. When completed the expansion program will include 1. Installation of new press equipment with a maximum press capacity of 96 pages. Present capacity is 48. Tunnel construction 2. Construction of a Tunnel under Wisconsin ave. To connect the newsprint warehouse West of Wisconsin ave. To the new addition on the East Side. 3. Expansion of All news business and mechanical departments of the newspaper. The journal times has occupied its present building since 1922, and the expansion program will be the third since then. Additions were made in 1939 and again in 1949 when the newspaper underwent a major remodelling program. Two years ago the journal times completed the below Street level paper warehouse on the West Side of Wisconsin ave., allowing the Street level area above to be used for a parking lot. Chicago firm the architectural firm for the journal times program is Naess & Murphy of Chicago. The firm specializes in newspaper buildings. Among its recent projects were the new Chicago Sun times Miami Herald and it. Wayne ind news Sentinel buildings. Successful bidders for the journal times building program were Nelson & co., general contractor Advance plumbing so., Advance heating co., and Magaw electric co., All of Racine. Other contracts Ara with Northwestern elevator co. And Tomaro co., a turn to Page 2, col. 2 Don t meddle in Cuba Ike tells Khrushchev gives Stern reply to Nikitas threat this photo taken from Wisconsin ave. Facing South shows where journal times building project will get under Way. A new addition two floors above ground and two below will be constructed on parking lot shown Between arrows 1 and 2. Newsprint Jou Rokl time photo warehouse 3 will be razed first. Eventually that area win be made into a loading Dock for the circulation department. In addition a Tunnel will be built under Wisconsin ave. To connect the newsprint warehouse West of the Street to the new addition. Kennedy chips at Johnsons votes As democratic contenders gather los Angeles up sen. John f. Kennedy of Mas Sachus ettes breached sen. Lyndon b. Johnson s Southern ramparts a bit saturday apparently cracked a line of favorite son holdouts and stormed on toward the democratic presidential nomination. Gov. George Docking Kansas favorite son said his inclination now is to release his state s 21 vote delegation and that he expects a majority to surge to Kennedy. Previously he had stood fast against indicating any presidential preference. Docking said he did t think any Stop Kennedy coalition of Johnson Symington forces was in the making. He said such a combination would in Kansas. for Crisp convention coverage More stories about the upcoming democratic National convention in los 3, 6 and 10. A Complete guide to television and radio coverage of the convention. Page 14. who s stomping in backyard dear  go Back to sleep it s Only 2 elephants pleasant Hills Calif. Us mrs. Barbara Harvey heard stomping and other strange noises in her backyard at 2 . Saturday. Fearful she Lay quietly in bed waiting for her husband to return Home. James Harvey arrived from his night Job at 4 15. He listened to his excited wife. Then he got a flashlight and his Rifle and went outside. He returned quickly and reported no joke i walked around a Corner and there were a couple of elephants staring me in the face m r i. Harvey lifelike thought her husband was jesting. Harvey however telephoned the sheriff s office and three sceptical deputies came to look. There were two elephants a huge one and a smaller pachyderm in the Harvey backyard. And the pair Barney 10 years old and his Large in this Section world . And state news pages.2, 3, 8, 10, 15 local 4, 6 american heritage. Section 3, Page 12 16 Friend Susie 35, were having a Gay time. They had escaped from a Small circus at a nearby supermarket. Ate Flowers they ate Flowers bumped against the House and Shook it knocked Down 70 feet of Borad Fence pushed Over a chinese Elm tree uprooted a Small peach tree and dem o 1 i s h e d a Watermelon Patch. Their huge footprints were All Over the Lawn. The Harvey hustled their four children to a neighbor s Home for safety. The elephant i keeper finally arrived and herded his charges Back to the circus lot an important labor Union eader president Joseph a. Meme of the communications workers of America sprang to Kennedy s Side too. The front running hard to catch Massachusetts senator new in from new York. Kennedy said he believes without any question that he will have More than 600 first ballot votes. He said that is True even if he receives no sup port by then from such states As California new Jersey Minnesota Iowa and Kansas which Are backing favorite sons. Camps of his challengers Ohnson. Sen. Stuart Symington of Missouri and Adlai e. Stevenson fought on. But the confident Kennedy seemed Able 0 leap one by one of the Block Ades they were trying to pile in the Way of an Early Kennedy Victory. Claims More delegates Johnson said he has picked up some additional delegates since his arrival Here but he declined to say How Many or who they were. Johnson said he had talked by phone with sen. Hubert h. Humphrey of Minnesota who dropped out As a candidate. Humphrey however still had 641/2 Delegate votes committed to him at the latest count. Johnson declined to say whether he had made any inroads there. He said Only that he and Humphrey had exchanged some views. Not Here to lose Symington hit town too proclaiming that obviously i m not Here to and to a crush of applauding people in his elaborate recep Tion room at the Biltmore hotel Symington remarked that there s going to be some sur but he did t say what the surprises will be or who will be surprised.  Stevenson trailed the other turn to Page 2, col. 1 Newport. . M president Eisenhower saturday bluntly warned Russia to keep ands off Cuba. He told soviet Premier Khrushchev that the United states won t stand for a cuban regime dominated b y International communism. The president fired his Stern warning a few hours after Khrushchev had pledged All out support to Cuba s Fidel Castro regime in its crisis Ridden struggle with the United states. Khrushchev also had rattled the soviet Union s rockets again. In a Moscow speech he said Russia now has rocket Power capable of smashing America s heartland if the United states dared intervene in Cuba. Confers with Herter the vacationing Eisenhower Trout fishing when he got word of the latest Khrushchev blast immediately conferred by Telephone with Secretary of state Herter who was in washing ton. Eisenhower noted that the United states and other amen can republics Are bound by More than one one treaty to Block any outside interference in the affairs of the Western hemisphere. I affirm in the most emphatic terms that the United states will not be deterred from its responsibilities by the threats or. Khrushchev is making Eisenhower Saiji. Nor will the United states in conformity with its treaty obligations permit the establishment of a regime dominated by International communism in the Western makes accusation Eisenhower accused the soviet Union of Clear intention to establish Cuba in a role serving soviet purposes in this  the president added the statement of the soviet Premier reflects the efforts of an outside nation and of International communism to intervene in the Western a statement dismissing the Khrushchev warning also came from undersecretary of state Douglas Dillon after a 90-minute conference with Herter. My Only comment said Dillon is that or. Khrushchev ought to know the United states will never be deterred by any threats of his from protecting its own interests and from carrying on its policy of promoting Freedom and Progress in this top . Officials expressed themselves privately As surprised and appalled. They feared that Khrushchev in his Pursuit of a bitterly anti United states policy is showing signs of cocky overconfidence. Danger of clash in this mood they Felt he might overplay his hand and try to make Good on one of his threats somewhere thus raising the danger of a military clash. In the present instance state department officials noted Khrushchev is treating the turn to Page 2, col. 4 Belgium sends troops to quell Congo chaos related Story Page 15 Brussels Belgium a belgian troops have intervened in the Congo to quell the sea of violence sweeping the former belgian Colony it was reported saturday. Diplomatic informants in London said the Western big three Britain the United states and France jointly appealed to Belgium to Send troops to the Muriny Tom Republic of Congo which became Independent Only 10 Days ago. The belgian radio quoting a message from Kabalo in northeastern Katanga province said belgian troops intervened from the base at Karina when infuriated congolese soldiers began attacking europeans aboard a train about safety in the military trial for u2 Pilot to leave for safety in the neighbouring British territory of Tanganyika. Paratroops move in reports from Kampala. Uganda said heavily armed Bel g i a n paratroopers had moved into besieged coma in the Congo and shepherded to safety 200 belgian civilians. They were said to have crossed into the belgian protectorate of Ruanda Burundi. A government spokesman in Brussels denied any knowledge of the report that the Western big three had urged Belgium to Send in troops. But the London sources said the Appeal had been made to the belgian Consul in Elizabethville. The first reports of belgian intervention came As stories of chaos disorder and savagery in the sprawling Congo multiplied. The Grimm est stories of rape and killing came from plane loads of men women and children arriving Here As refugees Tommy gun threats the refugees told of brutal requisition of property of a live soldiers forcing White women to disrobe before rap ing them under the threat of Tommy guns. Some said native soldiers forced entry into convents in the Thys Ville area brutalizing Young Giris and turn to Page 6, col. 2 j4iss .a. Is miss universe Linda Belem in Sale Lake City Utah was crowned miss universe of 1960 by Akiko Kojima of Japan miss universe of 1959, first runner up in the contest at Miami Beach fla., saturday night was Daniela Bian Chi miss Italy. Elizabeth Hodacs miss Austria was second runner up. A wite photo plan rights March to site of convention los Angeles m a sunday civil rights March through downtown los Angeles to the site of the democratic National convention was announced saturday by Martin Luther King. Jr., Southern negro integration Leader. King said the marchers will be met at the sports Arena by democratic National chairman Paul Butler. King said he Wil present Butler with demands of the March at that Moscow we the soviet Union announced saturday that alleged american spy Pilot Francis Gary Powers will be tried by a military court for espionage. The maximum penalty on conviction is death by shooting. By Ordinary standards of soviet Law this Means the trial will be secret and not open to the Public and could mean that the trial already has taken place. No Date or place for a trial was mentioned in a later Brief announcement first carried on a filmed television show called the news of the highly unusual it said that the investigation of the Powers Case had been completed by the state Security committee operating directly under the Council of ministers. This committee has now taken the place of the former secret police and it is unusual for it to be mentioned in a Public announcement. A radio Moscow broadcast turn to Page 6, col. 4 Racine area weather partly Cloudy warm and humid today and monday with scattered afternoon thundershowers today becoming More numerous monday. High today 80s. Low tonight mid 60s. South to Southwest winds 10 to 20 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in state partly could. Warm and humid today and monday with scattered afternoon thundershowers today becoming More numerous monday. High today 80s. Low i tonight 60s

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