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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 1, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin
Vol. 31, no. 2. The Racine journal times Racine wis., sunday May 1, 1960 74 pages-5 sections-20 cents Nixon indicates he Ike differ on some Points new York a vice president Nixon has indicated that he differs with tie administration s policies on some major issues but he says he will not spell out the differences until he has been named the Republican candidate for president. Only when i become the nominee Nixon said in an interview can i appropriately express Independent views that 1 May John s. Knight editor of the Knight newspapers interviewed Nixon last week. He disclosed the vice president s position on several political questions saturday. Knight questioned Nixon about reports that he and president Eisenhower Are not in Complete agreement on questions of defense health insurance and farm policies. York with Daley supposed to have offered Rockefeller the Illinois and some other delegations at the democratic National convention. De Gaulle arrives in French Guiana related Story Page 13 Cayenne French Guiana a president de Gaulle fresh from his triumphal tour of the United states and Canada arrived saturday to a Welcome As warm As the tropical temperatures of this French territory on the Northeast coast of South America. De Gaulle s plane landed in a pouring rain from new Orleans. Chessman makes last ditch Appeal meet a woebegone Wallaby sweater serves As ersatz Pouch for other political news see Page 3. Nixon replied Knight said that while Congress is in session i would very properly be criticized for expressing any views which would be at variance with the president s programs and thereby jeopardize their Nixon added that this is exactly the understanding 1 have with the president and to which he referred in his recent press conference when he said i would be stupid to simply stand Pat on what this administration has Knight said Nixon is resisting pressure to Start campaigning at once. Critical Point Nixon s View is that the critical Point in the Battle for the presidency will come in the closing weeks of the Campaign. Knight quoted him As saying this is going to be a close election whichever candidate wins and a close election is usually decided in the last three to four weeks of the Campaign. That is Why i want to be As Tesh both physically and mentally As possible in that Knight reported that Nixon unlike some of his supporters is not disturbed by indications in recent polls that the vice president s popularity has declined since last summer. Question polls the editor said Nixon Coni new York Motherly officials at the Bronx zoo Park have pulled the Wool Over the eyes of a baby Wallaby rudely rejected from her Mother s Pouch. Matilda the Wallaby made her zoo debut saturday after spending her childhood in a Woolen sweater Pouch. The Wallaby is a kind of Kangaroo and looks like a tall rat. After Matilda was born her Mother showed her the door. And every time zoo keepers put Matilda Back in the Pouch the Mother would toss her out. But Matilda neglected by the other wallabies was saved by her human friends. They fashioned a sleeveless sweater into a Pouch like a War photo the Cross locates the area in Paraguay where fighting was reported against armed invaders. Claims Paraguay smashed invasion Asuncion Paraguay up Interior minister Edgar ins fran told a news conference saturday night an invasion of minted i happen to believe Paraguay by armed rebels had that the fluctuations in polls been completely at this time and the news various candidates make arc affair and Matilda had a new Home. Two women employees in fact took turns Waltzing Matilda to their Homes at night. She loved it said one. But when Matilda moved into the Kangaroo House saturday the other wallabies including her Mother still would have nothing to do with her. We Don t know what the trouble is said an official. We May never May makes Chilly debut by the associated the merry month of May got off to a Chilly beginning in Wisconsin today after april bowed out with freezing temperatures saturday night along with Snow flurries in the Northeast sector. The forecast Calls for highs in the 40s today. Meanwhile powerful winds struck at Western Michigan saturday while a severe snowstorm hit the state s upper Peninsula. High winds possibly Tor Nadia damaged buildings and felled Trees on a farm 20 Miles Southwest of Kalamazoo. Wind also wrecked a plane damaged two others and blew off a Section of a hangar roof at the Airport at Dowagiac. The Snow whirled in Michigan s upper Peninsula on the opening Day of the Trout season. Gusty winds swept Snow and rain across the Midwest toppling temperatures and setting off Frost and freeze warnings on the eve of May. A Large tree toppled by a Strong wind crushed four autos in Chesterton ind. Tax committee won t offer any revision plan Madison a group studying Wisconsin s tax sys Tern decided saturday to Tell the legislature it has no recommendations for revision in the May 1 session. The 19-member group endorsed a sort of Here s where we stand report listing items Likely to be in a final tax revision proposal. The report called an expression of a consensus was adopted 11-6. Without guidance importance of the action was faced Friday when the committee went on record for postponement of tax revision Pend ing completion of a study of the state s Revenue distribution system. In effect this Calls for postponement until january 1961. The committee position leaves the legislature without guidance when it meets to raise $23,500,000 to balance the 1960-61 state budget. The group plans to meet again May 13 to put the final stamp of approval on the Progress report before submitting it to governor Nelson and the legislature. It covers the 10 months the committee has been in existence. A reluctance to come to grips with the sales tax is. Income tax Issue is reflected in the expression of a consensus approach. A package proposal which would have raised substantial sums of new Revenue through a sales tax was rejected Friday 10-7. Committee members appeared settled on the need for taxing income in lower brackets heavier in an attempt to broaden the tax base. A tax revision plan the group said in the report should provide the bulk of additional turn to Page 2, col. 2 i court to decide 2 hours before execution slated a War photo Caryl Chessman who had stopped smoking about a year ago puffed a cig Aret at a news conference in san Quentin calif., saturday. He told reporters he began smoking again just san Francisco a Caryl Chessman s attorneys petitioned anew for his life saturday before a court not scheduled to meet again until two hours before t h e convict author is due to die in the san Quentin Gas chamber monday. The convict approved the new Appeal signed by All three of his attorneys and stressing purported new evidence that he is not the los Angeles red Light Bandit of 1948 for whose crimes he was convicted and sentenced to death despite his protestations of innocence. The seven judges of the Call Herter Olfier Gigli nato officials land in riot torn Turley for Parley fornia supreme court although not scheduled to meet again until monday morning presumably will be studying the new Appeal today while the state attorney general s office in i los Angeles reportedly is investigating certain aspects of it. Farewell conference Chessman meanwhile held a Farewell press conference in prison and said he could prove he was innocent of the sex perversion crimes which brought him two death sentences 12 years ago. The new petition for a writ of Hareas Corpus and a stay of execution was filed before the state supreme court saturday afternoon by attorney Peoria t. Davis. Even before Davis showed up the court clerk said in anticipation of the action that the court would not be in session until 8 . Pacific Day Istanbul Turkey a Western foreign ministers flew into Istanbul saturday night for a nato conference and ran head on into a turkish crisis sparked by student protests against Premier Adnan men Deres government. About 100 students at tempted to stage a demonstration at the Istanbul Hilton hotel just As Secretary of state Herter and British foreign Secretary Lloyd arrived there. In Fantry troops standing guard around the hotel moved in quickly and dispersed the youths. Mass arrests have been carried out by troops and police and about 3,000 students and youths were carted off at Bayonet Point to detention Camps saturday As Turkey s government sought to Cope with the student Imprest. In another Strong move the in fran former Asuncion to. Lice chief said an invading not nearly As significant As .30 a out 150 men had some political observers Sec been scattered and Dis Organ. A unto think they Are. I am resigned to the fact that it is necessary to take something of a Back seat As far As publicity is concerned and suffer some erosion in the support indicated in the polls. Sized with Force and presumably had fled Back to Argentine territory. He said puerto Carlos Antonio Lopez and Colonia Ota no two Small towns along the Parana River were not captured by the invaders As pre the editor quoted Nixon As piously reported saying i intend to continue cd a i fran said three invaders my present course one that wounded and government i have followed from the time fog had no casualties. I entered Congress in 1946 of standing for what i like to refer to As positive progressive conservatism As contrasted to negative denies Rockefeller sought As Democrat Washington Imp mayor Richard j. Daley of Chicago hedged at first saturday night and then denied that he or any emissaries had made overtures to gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller of new York a Republican to become the democratic presidential candidate. Reports to that effect had been getting around in new in this Section world . And state news pages. 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10 local news Page 6 editorial Page 18 King in . New York i a King Mahendra of Nepal and Queen Ratna arrived by plane saturday for a four Day new York visit. The Royal pair flew from i t. Bragg. . Government ordered a 24-hour curfew beginning at 4 . Today and ending at 4 . Monday. Night curfew restrictions already had been imposed. Exempted from the 24-hour order were the diplomats in Istanbul for the North Atlantic treaty organization meeting. The official casualty total in outbreaks in Istanbul and an Kara since thursday has been Given by the ministry of Interior As one dead and about nine injured. Unofficial counts have put the dead at six and the injured at More than 100. Nothing said demonstrations against the authority of Menderes jangled this tense Dusty City again during the Day. Bands of students roamed the City waving National flags and chanting slogans of Freedom and Menderes pointedly no Western Leader has had a word to say about the repeated disturbances by students which flared thurs what made Caryl Chessman turn out the Way he did see Story on Page 12, Light time monday. The execution hour is 10 . Chessman asked that his execution be delayed until the attorney general can Complete an investigation of Charles s. Terrenova described in the Day into fighting and shooting petition As the Man who always nato officials were sayings has been the prime suspect in privately the troubles will be the red Light Bandit crimes. Regarded by the Alliance As an internal affair for Turkey. But Turkey s allies clearly were . Racial Brawl Breaks out in North Carolina drug store Durham. . I a a free for All racial fight involving 15 to 20 persons erupted suddenly saturday in a drug store Here. It ended with a teenage negro youth being admitted to a Hospital with a possible brain concussion. The incident was sparked by the boy had been pretty badly not identified lists names the petition also said William Woodfield a Magazine writer had Given the attorney general the names of three men who could verify that Chessman was not the los Angeles red Light Bandit. These men were named As Paul r. Judd David h. Knoles and William Wampler. The names were supplied the attorney general for checking in the investigation of Terrenova. Terrenova has been a Burt s assailants were not California parole fugitive since identified. 1955. He was at Large in los those arrested were Gar Angeles during the period of land Glenn 31-year-old White the red Light Bandit operations Man Columbus Pressley 17,in 1948 and was jailed there in negro and Bruce Baines 18, april 1948. Pushing and shoving among negro. All Are from Durham. The red Light Bandit term White and negro customers after the drug store re opened the drug store and several Springs from t h e fact the other drug and variety stores abused women were found in its lunch counter to Whites have been picketed Here Reg cars in darkened lanes by a Man Only. The counter had been ulary by negro students at who flashed a red Light in their for weeks because of tempting to obtain service at faces presumably to give the protests by negro students. Lunch counters operated for impression he was a policeman. White Nelv i claim perjury police arrive petition also charged that police who squelched the ence Colic de w the the dem los Angeles detective Donald Battle within 10 minutes after.j-"", a thute Grant perjured himself in Tes have been previous arrests. A were photo High Heel stepping stones Milady s worries about negotiating sidewalk gratings in High heels were solved by a department store in Nurenberg Germany. Foot shaped plates were put Over the steel grills at the store Entrance. It started arrested two negroes and a White Man on assault and Battery charges i a 15-year-old negro girl also racing Man get iwas taken to the station but was later released to juvenile Yagop Posi Ion authorities. 1 a i in a Iii Iid Willie Burt 17. A negro eau Claire William s. Was described As in Semi con Wood Janesville was elected scions condition at Lincoln Hospital. An attache there said bodies of 6 Canadian fliers not found believe crash site located in Lake Michigan Milwaukee a the coast guard believed saturday that it had located the spot in Lake Michigan a few Miles East of the Milwaukee Harbor where a Royal Canadian air Force plane crashed Friday night. No bodies have been recovered but debris has been found. Six men All Craf personnel were aboard the world War ii b-25 Mitchell bomber when it crashed attempting to make an emergency Landing at Gen. Billy Mitchell air Field with a runaway propellor. Apparently none survived. Halt search a widespread search in the rain and fog by vessels of the coast guard army Navy Milwaukee fire department and private owners was halted temporarily saturday noon due to rough water. Marked by a buoy was a spot approximately three Miles East of the Harbor Entrance where Oil bubbling to the surface indicated the twin engine plane May have crashed and exploded. Debris including parts of the plane and clothing and per Sonal effects of the Crew was found Over a four Square mile area. This indicated authorities said that the aircraft had struck the water at nearly full Speed. Objects originally thought to have been parts of human bodies were not the medical examiner s office said. Coast guard officials said it was Likely that the bodies were trapped in the plane s crushed fuselage. First District chairman at the Young Republican convention Here saturday to succeed Theodore f. Witheril of Racine. Witheril of 1003 Crabtree Lane who served two consecutive terms As chairman was re appointed publicity director of the Wisconsin Yagop. Other Racine Young republicans elected to District posts it May be several Days before the plane can be raised to the surface. The water is about 55 feet deep at the spot. Among the dead in the crash were Willard t. Walker 5208 was air Commodore j. Park place vice chairman and tidying he did not meet Chessman after his arrest in january 1948 and before he was questioned by officer Colin c. 1 Forbes. The petition claimed a witness will testify Grant told him he had beat the hell out of Chessman. Another charge against Grant was that he removed a $500 Roll of Money from Chessman after turn to Page 2, col. 5 Racine area weather mostly fair and Cool today. Monday partly Cloudy and a Little warmer. High today low.50s. Low tonight about 40. Northwest winds 12 to 20 Miles an hour diminishing slowly this afternoon. Stephenson of Windsor ont., who was in route from Ottawa Canada to Truax air Force base Madison wis., to inspect the North american defense command. Thomas Faye 1512 Olive ave., High school director. The convention also adopted resolutions opposing endorsement of candidates and approving a sales tax. Elsewhere in state fair and Cool with diminishing winds today. Monday partly Cloudy and a Little warmer South and East portions. High today 45 to 55,
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