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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 12, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol 31, no. 8. Racine wis., sunday june 12, 1960 106 pages-6 sections-20 cents cubans seize two u. luxury hotels Havana up the cuban government saturday took Over Havana s two largest luxury perts said they believe Castro despite his open threat of confiscation would go slow in hotels the american operated taking Over the Western re Nacional and Havana Hilton wineries. Labor minister Augusto r. Martinez Sanchez ordered the seizure along with that of a Havana residential hotel another downtown tourist hotel and the Tropicana night club. The hotels and nightclub were seized under a Resolution declaring that a labor and economic crisis existed in them and had not been solved by their operators. Refuse layoffs Martinez Sanchez accused j the american operators of the Nacional and the Hilton of fail ure through their ample connections in the United states to stimulate tourism to both hotels have had a month to month struggle to meet payrolls. The government has refused to permit them to Lay off some of their employees despite a steady decline in the number of guests. With the collapse of Cuba s tourist Trade from the United states More than a year ago the Hilton operated by the Hilton Chain and the Nacional run by pan american airlines inter Continental hotels corp., have been losing Between $80,-000 and $100,000 a month. Spokesmen for Bot i operators said the government and the hotel and restaurant workers Union which owns the Hilton hotel building rejected several proposals Tor staff reductions. Appoints Inte ventors Martinez Sanchez appointed government inter ventors who will operate the two hotels and the other enterprises presumably in co operation with the hotel and restaurant workers Union. Meanwhile three old companies two american and one dutch British faced an Ultima a turn saturday from prime minister Castro to refine soviet crude Oil in their cuban plants or suffer confiscation. The bearded prime minister in a to speech Friday night which bristled with anti Ameri a can ism called treason their refusal to handle the Oil he is buying from the soviet Union with cuban sugar. I but Neutral Petroleum pm can t have pinkos among goldfish Hong Kong w goldfish and tropical fish bred Here need visas to enter the United states the English language Hong Kong Tiger Standard reports. The newspaper said the fish must have special permits proving Tiey have not been bred in communist China. Ike set to depart on far East tour will Fly to Alaska today Japan visit worries aides Tokyo Quail Jeci g0vern.bases around the world. After that Island Colony be sort of 5,000-mile-Range rockets to Watkinson newly returned comes i depending from negotiating a British a. American agreement on de i ii Eastern first Slop is Anchorage Alaska seven hours later. Monday he will Fly to Manila. Oiler stops on the id Day trip will be i Formosa Okinawa Japan Korea and Hawaii. May be curtailed Eisenhower s Public appearances in Tokyo May be sharply curtailed because of the dancer of left Wing violence. The White House disclosed that his schedule is being reviewed. Indications Are it will be revised. The journey is the Riskiest Eisenhower has undertaken As president involving both per annal and diplomatic dangers. Lilligh officials Aie worried Over a 1 be prospects. The Pic Sidi it ins son and thei in Law. It col. Anil mis John Eisenhower and a staff of m and Aid s ate due to return to Washington probably about june 27 j at Anchorage will meet ins i ices Secretary James c. Lla Gerty. Who made an Advance visit to Tokyo As Well As other capitals on the trip and got an uncomfortable first hand look at or Monstras a t if mis of the Type the president May Well encounter j besieged in Auto Lla Gerty was besieged in his Auto when he sought to motor from the Airport to the . Embassy in Tokyo Friday. Eater thousands of demonstrators roamed the streets under red banners. Saturday night Rowdy Snake dancing parades estimated to total More than i do,000, shouted Yankee murderer go Home and Ike Don t prime minister Nobusuke Kishi s official residence was stoned. Paint was smeared on t he Fence. In the midst of this uproar Lla Gerty left his downtown hotel and motored to Tadakawa air base West of Tokyo where be took Olf Lor Anchorage. Before leaving he telephoned the White House with word that the detailed schedule of the president s visit to Japan was not ready for release. Reports personally a delay in publication of details gave Lla Gerty time to report personally to Eisenhower on Bis observations of police capabilities and his talks with japanese officials Lla Gerty also prevented freezing the schedule at this time by refraining from making it Public he preserved some room for flexibility. One expected change is cancellation of tentative plans for i turn to Page 2, col. 1 la Zzz the met sources reported Satur Day afternoon with registrar h Tion. A Buffet dinner will be i. This Long planned develop., air launched Sybolt held at 6 30, followed by a music and Vesper service open to a mrs sol had been to the Public at the masonic ment by defense ministerial skirt by a newsman if the Temple. Sybolt bombers would operate Parade on saturday a a has Section exclusively from British bases. Convening of the grand i i see no reason Why All the commander is slated for Fri Wrid us and me Zeij bomber Sites have to be in this Day morning. A Buffet lunch-1 pa8es.4� 5 9 1,� country he replied. Eon will be held at noon and local news Page 6, 8 amplifying the idea defense at 6 30 the grand commanders authorities said saturday night banquet music and enter Tam editorial.16iairfields in the Mediterranean Heads state commander turn to Page 2, col. 2 american heritage. Page 17land Middle East East and Robert v. Osborne Racine s Hub. See special 38 Page Section in today s sunday bulletin on the Story of downtown Racine not Only what it Means to merchants located there but its Impact on All of Racine. Aden the soviet Union is developing would be to bring most of these base territories into the nuclear front lines. 6 students drown Belgrade Yugoslavia hip six students boys and i girls aged 12 to 14, drowned j while swimming in the Drina River saturday at bad Vinci. They were lost when they attempted to retrieve a Ball that had been thrown far out into the River. Racine area weather mostly Cloudy and a Little cooler today with Chance of Light rain this morning. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer with showers or scattered thundershowers Likely. High today 60 to 65. Low tonight upper 40s. Northeast winds 8 8 to 18 Miles an hour. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy North. Mostly Cloudy South. A Little colder extreme South portions today. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer with showers or scattered thunderstorms Likely

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