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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 27, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin
Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 32. Racine wis. Sunday november 27, 1960 74 pages-5 Sectiohs-.20 cents a War photo John Wentzell 9, of Washington kept his eyes on his Booklet and pen As John f. Kennedy handed them Back after supplying his autograph saturday. John stopped Kennedy leaving Georgetown University Hospital where the president elect visited mrs. Kennedy and their new son John f. Kennedyjr. Jack discusses Cabinet choices Washington i a i sought advisers ideas on his Lumumba backers plan Power grab 75 scientists of tend a Parley in Russia Moscow a More Llian 75 scientists and scholars from h countries including the United states and great Britain Katli Rcd Here saturday for a new a i Wash con Force cd on scientists in tie atomic Are. The conference Kots its name from tic Nova Scotia estate of . Industrialist Cyrus Eaton flu was the original sponsor of the conference. Former officials plotting to oust Congo regime Leopold Ville the John f. Kennedy did some work on the shaping of his official family saturday. Press Secretary Pierre Salinger told newsmen Kennedy made several Long distance prospective appointees. Salinger disclosed several such phone Calls were made Friday the Day John f. Kennedyjr. Was born. They were followed with More today and phone Calls to discuss appoint probably Kennedy will keep ments to his Cabinet. But Sal them up for several Days the Inger said in no Case did he press aide said. Talk to the men he has under consideration. Instead he Republican Boss in . Slate defends Rocky budget director it probably will be a few weeks before the results of these conferences become Public because the Only announcement known to be imminent is that of the director of the budget. This is expected so the appointee can begin studying the budgetary machinery and spending recommendations now being shaped by the Eisenhower administration for submission to the 87th con Albany n. the a Republican state chairman defending gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller appeared in a guarded statement saturday to be blaming vice pres. Richard m. Nixon for the loss of new York state in the National election. Chairman l. Judson mor House said the gop lost the Empire state because of voter reaction to issues and matters beyond control of Rockefeller and other leaders of the state Campaign. Attacks charges morhouse attacked what he called currently circulated distortions that alleged that Rockefeller had not campaigned wholeheartedly for Nixon who lost the presidency to Democrat John f. Kennedy in a tight National race. New York s 45 electoral votes were a part of the Kennedy Victory. Rockefeller s name has been raised after the Nixon defeat As a potential gop candidate for the presidency in i964. But some Republican leaders hold that Rockefeller s inability to carry his own state for Nixon ruled him out of consideration for 1964. No specifics morhouse gave no specifics a his statement As to what new York Republican leaders considered the reasons for Nixon s failure to win the state. In defend Iii the Rockefeller role morhouse might have been counter attacking the claim that Rockefeller was inc eligible for the 1964 nomination because of the unsuccessful 1 9 6 0 Campaign in n e w York. I first time in january. In addition to Hospital visits to his wife and son Kennedy worked in a Golf match with Florida s democratic sen. George Smathers at the burning tree club in nearby Maryland. Dinner session More discussion of the shape of the new administration was expected at a dinner session Kennedy arranged saturday night at the Mclean va., Home of his brother Robert immediately after the latter s return from a Post election vacation in Mexico. Crowd hails Satcho Yaounde Cameroon Republic Louis Satcho Armstrong and his orchestra arrived by plane saturday to give a red Cross Benefit concert. A crowd of several Bun Bernard dred greeted him at the Airport Mier s private Secretary. Congo a new efforts to bring deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba Back to Power were reported saturday from Stanleyville in the Oriental province a traditional Lumumba stronghold. The reports followed arrival in Stanleyville of Gen. Victor Gundula who headed the congolese army during Lumumba s Rule and led it into a bloody civil War in South Kasai province. Disappeared Gundula disappeared from sight after col. Joseph Mobutu took Over the Congo in a bloodless coup september 14. . Headquarters confirmed the general s arrival in Stanleyville where a pro Lumumba triumvirate Hopes to use the City As a possible springboard for Lumumba s return to Power. At the same time reports from the giant congolese army Camp in Leopold Ville indicated steadily mounting opposition to Mobutu s Rule which a number of soldiers apparently regard As too weak. Control slips Mobutu s control of the 2,000 Man Garrison began to slip after monday s Battle for the Ghana embassy residence in which six congolese were killed by . Troops defending Ghana charge d affaires Nathaniel Welbeck. Welbeck left the Congo after an All night siege in what the congolese army described As a major Victory Over the United nations. Since then Victory flushed soldiers have been clamouring for revenge. . Troops in the capital have been in a state of constant Alert. Tense period Gen. Gundula s arrival in Stanleyville followed a tense period in which an army battalion Loyat to Mobutu attempted to imprison Antoine Eizenga vice president in Lumumba s defunct regime. Eizenga has been in Stanleyville for some time preparing the ground for Lumumba s possible reappearance with Lumumba s brother Louis and Salum the sex pre 2 die 26 Hurt in outbreaks by Venezuela mobs Cafcas Venezuela a National guardsmen and police used firearms saturday night to smash new anti government riots by hundreds of Youthful leftists in downtown Caracas. Officers said 2 were killed and 26 injured. National guard units swung into action after packs of demonstrators blocked traffic hurled stones at police and paraded through the streets shouting pro Castro slogans. Strike Breaks the new outburst erupted less than 24 hours after heavily armed guard units helped police quell a destructive dem last on stration Here last night against president Romulo Betancourt s regime. During the Peak of the Denton stations labor minister Raul Valera announced a break in a two Day Telephone strike that had disrupted service throughout the country. Valera said thousands of workers in Venezuela s Interior had returned to their jobs with the government owned Telephone company. But hundreds of company employees in the capital failed to show up for work. The second Day of rioting began at a downtown school where More than 100 dispute could have been settled without a strike except for the intervention of Well known political sectors among Union members. To did not elaborate. Morocco loses bid to claim new country a Wir Pho of negro students went ahead with picketing of an Adana store despite a demonstration by Kun flux klan members in full White Sheet regalia. Negroes ignore picket store klansmen in Atlanta Hung a Black Flag and shouted death to chant slogans other demonstrators Many of them chanting slogans hailing Cuba s Fidel Castro lit a Bonfire in front of the school about three blocks from the presidential Palace. Radio Rumbos a Caracas station said a group of rioters armed with pistols attempted to take control of its studios but was driven off by National guard units. Earlier Atlanta up negro College students disregarded White Robed hooded klansmen parading in front of a downtown department store Satur Valera announced Christmas Chimes from the saturday at Rich s largest de that unions representing store mingled with horns cars that jammed the area. The negro picketing was a resumption of anti segregation Day and picketed the store in demonstrations that resulted clothing handed out klan Pam of apartment store in the Southeast Telephone workers had agreed they marched in single file Cir to mediate their dispute which cling the store which covers and entered on demands for Job he entire Block. Men in civilian Security. United nations n. Y. Z p Morocco saturday lost its youths i fight to win , backing for negotiations on a claim to Mauritania. The French Possession which Borders Morocco will become Independent monday. Sponsors of a Resolution asking the . General Assembly to recommend negotiations agreed to withdraw the proposal after a preliminary test of strength in the Assembly s political committee showed it could not pass. Oppose move ten african nations in the French Community opposed the i Resolution. A proposed . Declaration against colonialism drafted by 46-nation asian african group contains a provision protest Over segregated lunch last month in tin arrest of 79 counters. Persons on charges of violating it was the first time klans i men and negroes have staged demonstrations simultaneously on the same ground in Atlanta. Klansmen paraded around Rich s department store for three hours before leaving the scene to negro pickets. There was no disorder and no arrests. Little interest thousands of shoppers paid Little attention to either group. Phletus criticizing sit ins Kneel ins Wade ins and All other the labor minister said the which . Sources said Satur used against . Agency tells of discovering unsanitary food Industry practices a new state trespass Law aimed at halting lunch counter sit ins. Pass pamphlets after the mass arrests a 30-Day truce was called to permit White and negro leaders to seek a solution. Negro sit in demonstrators returned to the downtown area saturday causing the closing of store eating facilities on what is usually the biggest shopping Day of the year. Some 30 klansmen appeared the pamphlets Broil s vice president called attention to a Segre a a w i. Cd a i. Tion rally set for wednesday to visit soviet Union night at a downtown hotel. Rio de Janeiro Brazil an hour later fifteen or More a vice president Joao Gou Day could be France in Algeria. Algeria question the resolutions asks the . General As sensibly to declare that All armed action or repressive measures of All negro pickets bearing ant Lart a Laberite with left lean a Jug directed against depend. In go leave for trip ice Peoples shall cease in to the soviet Union order to enable them to exer it is generally believed Thaocie peacefully and freely their Groes distr i b u t e d pamphlets president elect Janio Quadros 1 Complete ind Epen calling on residents to act for will set up diplomatic relations Joje. Relation and Boycott signs began parading across the Street from the klansmen. Other be their leaflets said with Russia and red China and merchants have flatly refused perhaps other communist coun to let at Antti negroes shop and tries when he takes office next eat in year. In this Section world . Pages and state news 2, 3, 4, 6. 9, 10 i local news. Page 8 american heritage Page 10 editorial. Page 22 Washington up a bacteriological Survey of the Frozen pre cooked food Industry in 1958 and 1959 disclosed numerous unsanitary practices the food and drug administration disclosed saturday. An Fra spokesman said the Industry had moved promptly to Correct the situation. He added that Fra believes that to a great extent the unsanitary conditions cited Between March 1958 and june 19&9, during the Survey have been corrected. The spokesman emphasized that the Survey dealt with the pre cooked Frozen food Industry and not with Frozen fruits vegetables and so on. It Cov ered plants producing such Frozen products As soups prepared dinners and Trees such As meat or seafood dishes or combinations of these with vegetables or other products pies and cakes. The study by Fra s division of microbiology was made in an attempt to correlate bacterial count in pre cooked Frozen foods with the sanitary conditions in plants producing the foods the spokesman said. Some correlation was found but it was not a very definite or precise one. However the study did establish unsanitary practices which were reflected in the bacterial count. Executive Dies Ithaca . Up Victor Emanuel 62, Board chairman of Avo manufacturing co. And a director of the Republic steel corp., died sat urday at his Home. Fra up to now never has had any traceable food poisoning outbreak resulting from this Type of food. We Hope it never has. It May be there Are some built in safety factors that we Don t know about. From the standpoint of what this Means to the consumer Fra says that if purchases show evidence of thawing or of having thawed before they were purchased or have off doors or off flavors Don t eat the product. The Survey covered 63 Frozen food plants. Some 3,000 samples representing 81 food items were collected and examined. In each instance the Man fac re later was provided sum Maries of the findings and re ports on any unsanitary Conditi is noted. Unique British plane the British h a w in c r p.1127 vertical Takeoff plane is shown in its first untethered flight at Airfield in England. Plane is powered by engine with four rotating nozzles in sides of fuselage providing downward thrust for it and rearward thrust for horizontal flight. Cable hanging from Wing at left is Telephone line to Tut Pilot. Are us it immediately added the integrity of their National territory shall be respected a sentence the sources said that could be cited against any move of French president Charles de Gaulle to partition Algeria into predominantly european areas linked with France and predominantly moslem areas Independent of that country. Racine area weather Cloudy today and monday. Colder today with Chance of a Little rain or Snow. Colder tonight and monday with rain or Snow Likely. High today upper 40s. Low tonight mid 30s. Southwesterly winds 12 to 18 Miles an hour. Elsewhere in state Cloudy and colder with Chance of Light Snow North. Monday Cloudy Bui North and Central. High today. 28 to 3 extiffm9 a Patti a to 45 to 50 extern up jut i 1 Low Toj ight ?
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