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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 31, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin vol. 3i no. Is. Racine wis., sunday july 31, 1960 60 pages-5 sections-20 cents 1.0ndon, m the Deputy commander of soviet naval forces said saturday the soviet Union now has. Submarines capable of dealing powerful ,4 1 o s not Only 4 a Lagan launch Erge sub Cape canaveral Fla. I i the Navy fired another Polaris i pm a submerged sub a in its continuing drive to sind the missile to sea a a powerful War deter irent by the end of the year. .,.jl Al i of be department flew. More than 1,000 Miles and that All test objectives were successfully the squat missile was launched from the George Washington As the big atomic submarine glided beneath the Gulf Stream about 30 Miles off Cape canaveral. This is the same area from which the submarine successfully unleashed two polarised in historic first launching 10 Days ago. Compressed air ejected the 28-foot rocket from one of 16 vertical tubes burrowed in the Broad deck of the George Washington. The missile drilled through More than 50 Fet of water and popped to the surface a split second after launch. The first stage engine ignited several feet in the air and the Polaris streaked toward a target area Northeast of puerto Rico. Against enemy Navie but also Igaly to objectives situated on Nipote enemy adm Arseny g. Golovko issued the statement of the eve of the Celebration of so Viet Navy Day. The announcement May have been designed to up Uhei the disc Dusute that the . Navy has successfully test fired Polaris missiles which. Can Cairy at did wat Heads from a submerged submarine. Polovko did not specifically claim however that the soviet Union has a new weapon rivalling the . Ballistic missile. American naval intelligence has reported the russians Are at work in three or More nuclear submarines and have an unknown number of submarines capable of firing guided air breathing missiles with a Range of 350 Miles. Jack s neighbors ask Bdrm Toddes Hyannis port neighbors of sen. John f. Kennedy troubled by the tourist Lind traffic Rush in their sedate summer Community appealed saturday for barricades 0 bring Back peace and quiet. The traffic Load is estimated at 3,000 vehicles a Day. The Hyannis civic assn., voted unanimously to ask that police set up barricades to keep out strangers. Fears reds May have Polaris Type subs Washington i sen. Mike. Mansfield d-m6nt said saturday he would not be surprised if Russia had missile firing submarines equivalent to the United states Polaris subs. Mansfield said saturday s claim by a russian Admira should not be "1 Don t know just what they do have he said in comment ing on the russian report but i would t be surprised if they had something like p u Polaris in the development we know they Are making great strides in All the Fields that we Are and i wow far rather take them at their word than underestimate them he said. We can t afford to be Nixon charts plan to slash surpluses sees indemnities paid to Farmers part of program . Rebukes Lumumba on anti belgian charge Washington i a red lands of closer links Warsaw Poland the eight communist nations of East Europe meeting in Budapest have agreed to mesh their economic gears for the next 20 years. This was announced saturday by the returning polish delegation which proposed measures to forge closer economic ties with the other nations arid to Lessen Poland s dependence on Trade with the West. Deputy Premier Piotr Jaros Rewicz Leader of the polish delegation said the come Hist bloc s Council for Mutual economic Aid adopted a Resolution emphasizing co ordination in the Supply of raw materials Power equipment capital investment goods and production a wire photos tropical storm Brenda wreaked havoc along the Eastern Seaboard saturday. Racing Crews at Niantic conn., top picture hauled boats from the heavy surf. At Cranston r. I., Burt and John Johnson Bottom picture tried vainly to free their 20-Fbot boat As she broke up. The uninsured Craft was a total loss. Brenda snags transportation i by the associated prs subway trains were stalled airliners delayed and ships run aground As tropical storm Brenda thundered up the East coast and rolled across new England saturday. Soaking Rains a id Strong winds lashed the Northeast. Although Little serious damage was reported the storm Hii grassed transportation Froni Maryland to Massachusetts in this Section world . And state news pages .2, 3,6,7,9,10, u Liciu news. Page 4 american heritage. Page 8 ind left a Sodden Trail of annoyances and hardships. Cool air spilling out of Canada kicked off thunderstorms along a Squall line in the Eastern great lakes Region. The weather Bureau warned of severe storms with scattered locally damaging winds and Hail in parts of Ohio Pennsylvania and Western new York St Ite. Heavy gusts wind gusts of 55 Miles an hour buffeted Southern new England coastal communities Shyti is frequently ran two to four feet above Normal. Many places received up to 3 inches of rain in six hours before noon. President and mrs. Eisenhower postponed plans to leave Sato Day 8n4, return to Newport r. I., As Brenda raked the Connecticut Rhode Island coastal area. Gusts of 55�m.p.h. Swept Block Island r. I. Three ships escaped destruction or serious damage after being run aground or beached during the coastal squalls. Dozens of yachts were menaced turn to Page 2, col. 1 be s look at the record. How do Richard a Jpn and John Kennedy rape up on key issues of the presidential Campaign find out in a series beginning monday in Uve Racine Jour Nal times. the United states formally disassociated itself saturday from congolese Premier Patrice Lumumba s charges that Belgium committed aggression against the Congo by Rushing troops there after rioting broke out. We Are satisfied that the government of Belgium sent its troops to the Congo in order to protect the lives which were endangered and that it had no aggressive intent the state department said. The statement appeared to be an answer to Lumumba s denunciation of Belgium while he was an Honor guest of the United states wednesday and thursday. Cuts visit Short Lumumba Cut Short his two Day visit to Canada saturday and flew Back to new York to catch a plane Home. Canadian officials said the Premier advanced his departure because of urgent there was speculation that the change in plans was connected with Domestic affairs in the month old african Republic or the result of a Surprise meeting in Lumumba s hotel suite with soviet ambassador a asap aroutunian. Before leaving he also had an hour s talk with Canadian prime minister John Diefenbaker. Dag walked in Leopold Ville . Secretary general Dag Hammar skjold was reported to be meeting resistance from some of the Congo s leaders in his plan to move cautiously in settling the disordered affairs of the Young nation. Several ministers Are insisting that in forces move immediately into Latanga province which has a a Ecla fed its Independence to expel belgian forces maintaining order there. The in View is that such Preci Putte action could Only damage the country s future. Premier Moise Tshombe of Katanga told in forces to stay out of the Rich province. Executive drowns in Lake Geneva Lake Geneva wis. Up Val Bauman 53. Des Plaines 111. Vice president in charge of general merchandising and Public relations for the National Tea stores drowned saturday in Lake Geneva where he had a summer Home. Bauman s body was found 10 or 15 feet from a Mot do boat. The boat s engine was running in Neutral. It was presumed Bauman dived from the boat. By the a Selsted press Richard m. Nixon aimed saturday at a target Date of three to four years to bring the nation s vast farm surpluses under control. He said a massive Long Range program including indemnity payments to Farmers is needed to turn the trick. The Republican presidential nominee said past efforts to Deal with surpluses have been too piecemeal. And he added that to attack the problem with the same tools used in the past would Only make the stalemate worse Between the administration and the Congress. He left no doubt that he would come up with a farm program differing in Many respects from the policies backed by Secretary of agriculture Benson a Man who was left out of a conference Nixon held with farm representatives saturday. Flies Home. The Farmer did t create and in t responsible for the Box he s standing Nixon said. The government got him to produce More during the War and now must face up the responsibility of getting him out of that the vice president held a news conference in Chicago after conferring for nearly four hours with senators representatives and other political figures from farm states. He then flew Back to Washington . Nixon also pointed to the congressional record saturday to Back up his charge that sen. John f. Kennedy his democratic opponent for the presidency said president Eisenhower could have apologized for the u-2 plane incident. Tended his remarks about the u-2 episode made while campaigning in the Oregon primary election were misconstrued. Kennedy was quoted As saying he did not state the word turn to. Page 2, col. 8 rash impulsive Herbert g. Klein Nixon s press Secretary said Kennedy quoted himself As saying As much in an excerpt Kennedy placed in the record. Nixon in i speech accept ing the re Publ can nomination thursday night had called this a rash and impulsive suggestion. Kennedy has since con Johnson roasts administration s farm policies by Thi Atio Elud press sen. Lyndon b. Johnson. Democratic nominee for vice president launched a vigorous attack on the Eisenhower administration s farm program saturday. He said democrats will push a program to use the abundance of our farms and factories to help other speaking in Monticello Iowa Johnson said the investment of com wheat Cotton r other commodities would be returned Many fold together with millions of new allies eager to stand with us in the cause of the Texas senator said thai under the Eisenhower administration during the past eight years Farmers have suffered a cumulative loss of More than a whole year s net income. More than a year s work has been income Down he said that when democrats left the White House in 1953 net income was $15.3 billion a year. During the past eight years it has fallen As Low As $10.3 when the democrats left office Johnson said the parity ratio averaged exactly 100 per cent. That s the measure of what a Farmer gets for his commodities related to what he has to pay for his operations and living now parity is Only 79 per a bashful Melissa Joh Tuon 6, Shook hands with vice president Nixon in Chicano sat Rilay As the presidential candidate waited to Board a plane for Washington o. C a Wir Provo t cent. Johnson said vice president Nixon now seeks to divorce the Secretary of agriculture Ezra Taft Benson. Quotes Nixon quoting a statement he said Nixon made in 1954. The senator said Nixon cannot repudiate Benson s farm policies on the grounds of he quoted Nixon As Prelec ing in Des Moines Iowa on turn to Page 2, col. 2 Rayne area weather mostly sunny today and monday with Little change in temperature today but warmer monday. High today mid 70s. Low tonight near 60. Northeast Faida 10 to 15 mile in hour that Nom Long becoming North to a Irth weft thu att Mosooi. Elev he re in state mostly sunny today and monday. A to a Surmer North we a today and of entire state monday. Tigh today 708 South East and pm 80s tier Thwait i

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