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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 5, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 7. Racine .wis., sunday june 5, 1960 76 pages-5 sections-20 cents u. S. Protests Cuba slander Castro regime quickly rejects note Washington of the United states protested saturday that the Fidel Castro regime has mounted an intense official Campaign of slander against this country. The vigorous . Protest citing nine specific cases of anti Yankee acts was handed to the cuban foreign ministry in Havana by Daniel Braddock. Minister Counselor of the . Embassy. Authorities Here had Small expectations that the . Note would have much effect on the cuban Premier. But they were hoping to set the record straight because of anti- propaganda now being spread by cuban president Osvaldo Dorticos on his current latin american travels As Well As by Castro s own utterances. Brief reply the Castro government categorically rejected the . Protest in a Brief note of reply made Public in Havana and said a detailed answer to nine specific complaints by this country would be made later. The . Move to complain officially was said to have been initiated before Friday s announcement by soviet Premier Khrushchev that he had accepted an invitation to visit Cuba. Officials said there was no connection. But . Authorities were obviously concerned with the proposed Khrushchev visit As one More piece of evidence of Cuba s ties with the communist bloc. Distrust animosity the . Note spoke of a cuban tactic of seeking to sow distrust and animosity while claiming to seek Friendship and understanding. An intense official Cam a Jain of slander like this does not promote the climate of economic co operation and peaceful development which the people of the United states like those of All this hemisphere certainly seek the . Note said. About half of the nine Point protest which was made Public by the state department dealt with outstanding economic sores in deteriorating .-cuban relations. Washington protested that rotary of the organization presiding also resolved to hold in Cuba a big rally of Solidarity with the negroes of North America hoping for their Houston votes for segregation Houston up integration took a beating at the polls saturday As Houston residents endorsed segregated Public schools by a vote of More than 2 to 1. The special referendum complied with state Law but actually was rather meaningless since a Federal judge already has ordered integration. Only a Date and a plan remain to be determined. President deplores Nikita s outbursts assails russian Premier for ill tempered words West Point n. our Side in the determination such determination he added president Eisenhower hit Buck that Freedom and Liberty will is based on the concept of he saturday night at Nikita eventually Triumph Over Tyran Man dignity. Khrushchev. By. J Freedom and Liberty event he said the soviet Premier s a president hit again at dually will Triumph Over Tyran ill tempered expressions have forged a stronger West-1"0 pm Alliance. What he called soviet secrecy. By the president declared to got a big round of applause when he asserted that the United Stales tries to penetrate russian secrecy and Khrushchev and in my opinion properly.",brought the b58 crashes at least 1 dead Lubbock Texas up a supersonic b58 Jet bomber crashed during a raging thunderstorm and carried the year of that he and his West Point his graduation. J classmates had just been Rumi Eisenhower said the United Nissing about the Days when states is determined to keep hey were cadets. World Var itself Strong scientifically 1 had started in Europe at that economically and militarily. Turn to Pago 2, col. 4 Milwaukee employers of stevedores terms closed society their jobs and 69 in j boosts will the 17,000-member order of railway conductors and brakeman and the nation s railroads was settled on the 4 per cent boost formula of the engineers arbitration award. The conductors agreement Calls for a 2 per cent or 5.146 work Rule. Short said the boost for conductors crease annual labor costs the Kremlin Leader Friday de a Chicago , of to cents in Cleveland dared hat Eisenhower is too so Oie Nien at f Kir inc of lakes 42 in Chicago. 44 in Buffalo dangerous a Man to be pies. Ident of the United states. Lorts in Clurn 10 today ending a 20-Day strike that tied up millions of dollars stages referring clearly to the f of merchandise. Soviet unions rejection of 10.3-Centjwestern overtures toward Cas Irving iric Diann attorney will in ing of International tension for the International Long for Eisenhower said Shore men s assn., said Duluth. The wage be applied in three during the life of the contract. Capt. Bradley said a package totalling about 68 cents an hour in additional pay is unsought from Milwaukee pm regime s sj0n 0f general dynamics or More corp con Vair builds the $15-million Craft at its fort Worth Texas Plant. Despite the Castro seizure of one third of the estimated $900 million Worth of american owned property in Cuba not a single Penny has been paid to the plane disintegrates . Owners. It protested in in storm 3 perish the strongest Way this utter j or a disregard for International and d/1yt0na Beach Fla cuban _ a a pay but discontinues the Cost of living escalator clause. The contract will expire nov. 1 railroads almost $7 million a we wonder what is the out Satur a players to bring the Pav rate base pay for conductors in a year. He said application of he come of every decent proper  i 7. La eluding the 17-cent Cost of Liv j per cent 5oost pattern t0 an gesture we make to those that Day when Milwaukee Stevedore Huc 1 1 Hose in the ins allowance under the con classes of Railroad employees live in the other Camp. They a a employers agreed to terms a cent Here tract which expired nov. 1 would boost carriers Cost by live in a dosed society secrecy approved earlier in t he Day by Toledo local 131/a of the 1959, ranged from $2.43 to nearly $200 million annually of intent which we try to a members and employers Ila and Iol Cdo employers cents an hour increase in av-$2.59 an hour. He said the higher pay will penetrate and in my opinion a Iceland. Buffalo worked out a settlement May rage Basic wage rates effect Theodore Short spokesman have to come from elimination my Dulu hmm 2fi prod of u fans i nth or Tive july 1. Another boost of for the carriers conference of waste under current work in addition to keeping Amer agreement with the four Jaise to wh1 an Houi but the the same amount will be a i committees said the Settle rules or from increased tariffs Ica Strong Eisenhower said we ports was reached after a a me National Union rejected plied March 1, 1961. Ament saturday and Friday s and a decrease in the number must make certain that the a Lour session that ended at agreement and directed the pact incorporates a Cost arbitration award to the in of jobs. Ilion s allies stand always by anti Castro group pickets Russ in n. Y. New York up anti Castro cubans picketed the Headquarters of the soviet United nations delegation saturday to protest the planned visit of soviet Premier Khrushchev to their Island Homeland. Thirteen demonstrators shouted anti communist so 3 to continue Small plane disintegrated in flight during a violent thunderstorm saturday and crashed in fragments killing three persons. The victims were Leon Flowers the Pilot and or. And mrs. K. H. Lee All of Columbia . The plane belonged to the Columbia firm of invest ments unlimited. Low flying plane Gans and Sang the cuban a i tonal Anthem As they , kills Farmer Union chiefs order cuban wage freeze Havana Iff Cuba s Union leadership saturday or of a Low flying plane d e r e d a nation wide wage freeze. The executive Council of the confederation of cuban workers adopted the measure. Union members were to be advised in general assemblies what this measure represents in favor of revolutionary the confederation has a membership of iy2 million. The sugar workers Union which has 500,000 members decreed a wage freeze earlier this year As a step to help the revolution. The confederation Council with Jesus Soto left Wing new chilean threat Santiago Chile up evacuation of about 70,000 residents of Valdivia was ordered by the government saturday because of the threat of floods Ulysses Kan. I a a farm worker was killed saturday when struck by the wheel piloted by his Cousin. The victim was Eldon Hunter 20, Edgerton Kan. At the controls of the plane was Jim Mcdaniel Wellsville Kan. He said the plane hit a downdrafts As he was flying Over a Field and he was unable to Clear Hunter who was on a tractor. The plane came Down about 300-Yards after hitting Hunter. Session Mai Ai stevedores there . Saturday when Milkau a or strike. Kee employers were not pre. Sent. The agreement provides a package of pay raises and fringe benefits ranging from 40 to 69 cents an hour in the mouse 5 Miles up Winter Haven. I la. A a 17-year-old High school teenager rockets five ports. Subject to ratification Duluth was the Only one of he five cities where Dock Sophomore saturday claimed a workers continued work under position High among student an Extension of a contract that rocketeer for successfully fir expired May 16. Ing a two stage rocket and ? the settlement is subject to have mouse pc Miles into the ratification by the Union Mem a r Knight said he recovered still unsettled is the both stages of the rocket and strike at a sixth port Toledo .1 mouse through the use of Ohio. The strikes tied up millions of dollars of general merchandise in port cargo agreement was regarded jew non rot As a Victory for both the employers and the Union. Mouse parachutes. I know the mouse came through All right Knight said because he ate a Hearty meal the employers won their demand for a three year contract expiring april 1, 1963. The Knight said he figured the height to which the rocket Rose at 26,500 feet. The 600 pounds of thrust in the first stage and 400 pounds miss Wisconsin universe Sharyn Cha Lik 19, Milwaukee was crowned miss Wisconsin universe saturday night in Green Bay by Walter c. Scherf Green Bay manufacturer. She will represent a War photo the state at the miss United states universe pageant in Miami Beach in july. At left is the runner up Judith Greco 19, Milwaukee and at right the third place Winner Janice Grady 19, also of Milwaukee. Youth missing As stolen plane Falls in Lake Union had sought a one year " he second stage should have agreement. Taken it to that height he the i la achieved one of its said principal goals a uniform wage rate of $2.68 an hour plus 31 cents in fringe benefits at great lakes ports starting with the third year of the new agreement. Fringe benefits Federal mediator William g. Murray who participated in the negotiations said the agreement provides total hourly increases including fringe Bene Milwaukee up an 18-year-old discharged Soldier who loved flying was missing saturday in the crash of a Light plane that authorities said was taken without permission from Gen. Billy Mitchell air Field in the earthquake stricken City Early saturday of South Central Chile. I the plane which authorities said was taken from the local the Lake. I Plumley s name were found at the plane Sank after circling Airport crashed in Lake Michi sheriff s deputies identified the Airport where the plane Low Over the ship three times .1  i a t"�4. I la. I an in. Al ref p Ftfe a Gan 19 Miles East of Wilmette 111. It had hit two other planes while taxiing into position for a wobbly Takeoff then was tracked by radar almost to the Point where it plunged into the Pilot of the single engined plane As Ronald f. Plumley 18, who was honorable discharged from the army at fort Leonard Wood mo., Only one week ago. Find gloves army gloves marked with 1 owned by Midwest airways inc., had been parked and Plumley s overnight bag but Plumley s parents or. I and mrs. Frederick a. Plumley found it hard to believe that in this Section world . And state news pages2, 4, 5, 8, 11, 12 and discharge papers were the Pilot was their son. Local 6, 7 picked up by the Crew of a it could be our boy in that american heritage Page 10 Lake Michigan freighter the plane Accident but there s Noth i Valley Camp at the spot where turn to Page 2, col. 7 i editorial Page 18 i Racine area weather partly Cloudy and Cool today with a few thundershowers possible. Monday partly Cloudy and Cool. High today upper 60s. Low tonight upper 40s. North to Northwest winds 10 to 16 Miljes an hour today. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy and cooler today. Possible Thunder showers extreme South with a few isolated Light showers Central and North. Monday partly Cloudy and Cool. High Tody 58 to 68. "

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