Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
16 Apr 1961

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16 Apr 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 16, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 32, no. 15.racine, wis., sunday april 16, 1961 72 ?"5 ?"20 cents Reuther charts jaw demands Udo i i t la in Auto talks blames . Detroit ply a new de Mand salaries for workers now paid by the hour. Was unveiled saturday by United Auto workers president Walter p Reuther in his first Public indication of what he will seek in this summer to negotiations with the big three Auto companies. Reuther referred Only in general terms to a increase. He outlined a seven Point program which stressed Meas ures to minimize the effects of layoffs automation Plant shutdowns and Plant relocation. Accents fringes in calling for yearly salaries for production workers the Law chief termed payment on an hourly basis a morally ?� As predicted by observers. Reuther accented fringe Bene the . General As delete his name. Fits and Job Security in his list. Of cat lir the vote amounted to a of bargaining goals with the y a it Sharp Rebuff to soviet bloc big three Ford general to Day n,8�"� a belgian exodus in countries which have been de tors and Chrysler. The Congo but refused to fix a Landing his resignation. There was no mention of a n y deadline or threaten other provisions profit sharing or a Shorter Belgium with penalties. 1. ,. Kother important provisions work week. The 99-nation Assembly took of the Resolution urged Conven other proposals lube action As it wound up two eng parliament without de in addition to on a Sal of in a 01j a t0 consider the formation for bomber raids press belgians for withdrawal from the Congo United nations n y. A bloc Guinea and Cuba voted Florida a a / / m Havana san Antonio m is Banos tit Ampi conk Bio too Mill but Stevenson rejects charge at . Hearing a m ate a aimed at setting for up a Broad of a civil National government and Ary basis Reuther s a i d the Ltd Law would seek program for preventing civil a fun ure constitutional pattern 1. Cooperation of manage 7� for the co Quot pm i ment in seeking government ?ctl0ll t0thc.r f i i turned also the a mediate action to solve problems of Bonfio s political future. Release of All members of workers. The final session was marked parliament and other Congo 2. Further improvements in overwhelming oct of political leaders now in jail the supplemental Unemplqy-jc0,d�. . Dag arid the appointment of a ment benefits plan that first Hammarskjold for the Way he seven member conciliation was negotiated in 1955 and in Bas carried out the . Congo commission to Aid congolese proved upon in the 1958 con-0�"�10&Quot leaders in settling their differ tracts. Wide margin fences. 3. Payment of the full Cost of i a 21-nation Resolution de Hospital surgical medical in banding withdrawal of belgian insurance for employees by Unmil itary Semi military person Annn inic no Flora Nel and political advisers was nor maj i v approved 61 to 5 with 33 abstentions. But provisions in the Resolution calling for a 21-Day dead map wire photo were attacked by map shows the air bases which pilots defecting from the cuban air Force. Juk cites us. Ties with african countries Washington i a pres a e g r e e of Confidence Dent Kennedy told the african ?� he said. A of believe your country that is intended to take a a rep United nations. N y. A up a cuban foreign minister Raul Roa charged late saturday that the United states engineered bomb attacks on to ban air bases As a prelude to a Large scale invasion. He described the attacks As a Ovanda Listic aggression and a Oan act of imperialistic ?� he accused president Kennedy of deception in promising no intervention. A . Chief Delegate Adlai e. Stevenson denied Roa s charge Bave a a the meeting in Moscow on in the . General Assembly to states that its reply to a West thursday state department political committee that . Pm proposal for a cease fire in press officer Joseph reap said bombers made the Dawn raids the laotian civil War will be a ambassador t h o in p s o ii saturday. Made in a few Days. Called on soviet foreign min recalls pledge i this soviet response was re ister Gromyko on april 13. The he recalled that president played to Washington by . Meeting was arranged at the Kennedy had pledged recently ambassador Llewelyn Thomp ambassador to request. Matters that . Armed forces would son in Moscow to who told for 0f interest to both govern never intervene in Cuba. Eign minister Andrei a. Gro ments were discussed among but Roa said Kennedy to Myko two Days ago that the them Laos. I have nothing restatement was just a of smoke United states was disappointed1 ther to say in this ?� screen Hung before and intend at soviet slowness in replying. And de to cloak the invasion of my a cuban bomber Pilot tried to Dodge newsmen who sought to question Bim after be landed Bis plane. Report russians ready with a reply on Laos Washington up a rus Moscow and will return to the Sia we tas reported saturday to soviet capital alter Ward. Informed the United in formal comment today on Auto companies pension system 4. Use of pension funds for investment in housing and Community facilities. 5. Improvements a oin our wage formula to assure a closing the Gap Between rapidly . Attorney Algeria Accord confirm talks la f diplomatic corps saturday brightest Days Are still ahead place at any ?� Gie state department con ii il0lt0 \00$ that a owe feel extremely close i believe ours Are ?� j soviet Deputy foreign Minfu red officially saturday that j to your countries and your in an Appeal for development Ester Valerian a 7orin said Thompson had talked with of the closest possible relations Stevenson s statement did not Laos Kennedy said the United Between african countries and satisfy him. He told the 99-na the Brief official statement states is a revolutionary coun the United states. Kennedy Tion committee did not disclose any details line for the withdrawal and Washington pres try with revolutionary people said his country wishes for the a with one single word from however. Per1gueux, France a Ltd threatening penalties failed to ident Kennedy saturday an a Oak those who believe in free african states a othe same things the United states not one plane but if was known that a president Charles de Galle win the required two thirds bounced he will appoint Cecil Dom a he said a feel a sense we wish for ourselves peace would have bombed Cuba. The Thompson had pressed the for expressed Confidence saturday growing productive Power and mail Rry the Section threaten f. Poole lagging purchasing ?� Ling sanctions lacked Only three can lawyer As United states Are free but an even stronger institutions ?� never spoken. 6. Better working conditions votes of approval. Attorney for the Northern Dis sense of Community with those Zorin indicated a belief that and a strengthening of contract the United states voted strict of California. Who Are not free but some r. Conr of firc . Should act to Stop there was speculation in of t Vici i protections to assure the the deadline and threat if the Senate confirms him Day will be. J t what he called a activities bos filial quarters Here that the speaking out More directly human use of human ?� penalties and was among Poole will lie the first negro Rusk reception Anzolo Bishops warned he to Cuba. On the Terri reply might be timed with the than heretofore on his grass. Quot the president spoke at a re t is r n m i. A a the. Tory of the United states visit to Washington tuesday of roots stumping tour of South a. Seven deaths Prince Souvanna Houma Western France de Gaulle dry re in Anat fort � it Poasa d the raids had former neutralise Premier of a a appealed without men show that four can Pusk on a african free Ammi a vip told caused seven deaths and a Omer Laos who will come Here from Honing heir organization y . Horn a the Dav a fir an a la t0,d------------------ Nav it t0 the Lead of be win appoint Cecil cum new Aiu Lect a sense we Votan ii peace would Nave Dominea Vuda. Me Aiu Pipun mom 1 a negro san Francis of Community we Tith those who the Opportunity to develop our fact was that this word was Eion minister for a prompt re that the a judgment and Good ver As United states Are free but an even stronger institutions ?� never ?� spouse. Sense of the algerian rebels Prince to visit Israel arrests alleged spy will help turn a new Page in French algerian relations. Key Section then the Assembly went on to approve a .-supported Nefs roes have served As attorney in United states ment records the Continental caption Given at the new state n or a hich in Justice depart department building by Sec. Jur Otier on programs Are facing Tough Resolution setting Forth Long District attorney in the Virgin proclaimed three years ago at Range objectives for the Congo. Islands. But none on the . Jerusalem up a a the vote Wras 60 in favor 16 continent. African states trusted israeli defense depart against and 23 abstentions. I poo a is an Active Democrat. Kennedy to remarks ment official who enjoyed the a key Section of this resold a Poole can Ned for Ken. Confidence of prime minister Hon urged new measures by Nedy m i960 and was a Mem Ben Gurion has been arrested Hammarskjold to keep outside Ber of the Northern California Ngov Frontier and accused of spying for a military Aid from reaching steering committees in each of foreign Power. Rival political factions in the the three previous democratic an official announcement Congo. Campaigns for the presidency identified the official As Milij an attempt to Knock out the a resident of Sacramento tary writer or. Israel Beer. The reference to Flamma skjold he Bas been serving since Jan foreign Power is not identified was Defeated. Only the soviet uary As counsel to gov. It is understood that the 49 Edmund g. Brown and As a year old austrian born Beer. Member of the governor to Sec we tas arrested after passing maj scotch naturally Teta Riat. Trial to a foreign agent who Clydebank Scotland a a native of Birmingham which Are not Independent As we tas shadowed by israeli be up a the new 11,000-ton car ala., Poole was educated in the yet it Drew to a burst of applause fruity officials. Go liner Beniloe a scottish Public schools of Pittsburgh a a the ambassadors and Beer reportedly admitted owned and with a scottish pa., and earned Law degrees at other diplomatic represent we working for the foreign Power Crew a will be launched with the University of Michigan and ves Dom the Day was first their priests to k a Zut of Claries employed by activity in the Portu muted states government have conference of Independent West african territory. A ounce a of Ruht at a. The Lusitania news Agency Asam bomb he Cut reported. The Church leaders also denounced recent killings in the turbulent Colony As a unpardonable crimes and Saida Man May kill Only in self going in Congress. See Page defense or under Legal orders. 9 for an analysis of the situation. Survives fall from Bridge name to the leaders or the i rebel National liberation front Len for negotiations to Settle the algerian rebellion. The president reiterated his goal of a peace and association for Algeria. Association As viewed in France Means an in turn to Page 2, col. I sense of Community woth All african states including those for several years. I scotch whisky instead of the Beer is considered Here a top traditional Champagne on the expert on military strategy. I River Clyde today. Harvard. His new position pays $18,-000 annually. Hopeful future the United states looks to the future a with the greatest migrant workers Are exploited on us. Farms says Goldberg Washington up a Sec a1 areas to try to bring pub and illiteracy Are the stuff of american agriculture is depend of labor Arthur j. Goldberg by attention on a othe shadowy everyday ?� ent on poverty and destitution m 6 11 / i i it Al Yvor i 4 i re n i m 1 it migrant world where poverty.1 a Othis administration does not to survive a Goldberg said in a privation Lack of Opportunity accept the proposition British fear prison mutinies that statement. A onor do we believe the majority of american Farmers or the american Public accept this proposition. The time has in Shrewsbury in come to Back up our beliefs said saturday the lot of 400,000 migrant farm workers and their families is a of Black Mark on the american Economy. Goldberg asked Public support for a two Way adm Nistra London a a it i a convicts their jobs. Tion program to provide More went on strike in two More the North about 30 men re with ?� government safeguards for British jails saturday and fused work and were locked in Goldberg said that under the american migrant farm work heightened official fears of their cells. Preceding administration the ers and to make it tougher to nationwide Mutiny. I the indiscipline followed a labor department proposed import labourers from Mexico at Maidstone in the South series of strikes and attacks on help for farm workers but the the West indies the Philip-0f England All 441 inmates re guards at London to wands agriculture department of Pines and even Japan. Fused to work after lunch com Worth prison. Officials feared posed it. But now he said a ofor the labor Secretary said he planning about the food. Extra news of the unrest had spread the first time in history All May soon tour some agric tor guards marched them Back to � inciting similar action j turn to Page 2, col. 2 Belle Vernon. A up. Cose eco. Ai 11-year-old boy fell about no my. An j Cultra ies j a France plus co operation in de survived f. Ant sense. Senegal and Madagascar have been cited As examples. There still was no official to ban ?� opening the debate he declared a of have been instructed by the revolutionary government of Cuba to denounce before this Loo feet a from a Bridge to the a ground saturday. He the fall but was critically chief Charles Hazlett of Speers said John Lahti of word from rebel Headquarters Fairhope fell from a catwalk a Unis on the possibility at under a Bridge spanning the French rebel peace talks. I urns Monongahela River and linking a Are s p o n d e n t s of several Belle Vernon and Speers. French newspapers apparently the boy was rushed to a inspired by rebel sources re Hospital with Pelvis and inter ported the rebels seemed to in Nal injuries and a possible a ing a Tavo Rable View of e broken Hack. Gulles flt St statements on chief Hazlett said the Lahti Algeria. I lie newspaper pans youngster and three other fair Plasse u d peace Hope boys crawled along the finally will begin toward t e catwalk from the Belle Vernon erd of this month. To the Speers Side to Hunt i he. Kills Engin any in the Bridge unde Struc used for Pili i at a is Jure barns but the rebels refused to Hazlett said the Lahti boy a the Quot is because they said apparently was reaching for a France was denying their claim Pigeon when he fell. A the spokesman tor the two of the other boys were slightly Hurt after the Lahti boy to fall. Robert Lynn to fell a Short distance to the ground while climbing Down the steel under Structure to reach the Lahti boy. David Breakwell la bumped his forehead while he and Joseph Kostelac to were re tracing their Steps across the catwalk to the Belle Vernon Side. Racine area weather map wire photo vet Marks birthday it Sarge a believed to be the last surviving dog Veteran of world War ii appeared to be enjoying himself saturday night during the Celebration in los Angeles of his 20th birthday. Now nearly Blind the German Shepherd received nine citations including the purple heart with two clusters and the Silver Star for meritorious service in the . Army and Marine corps in the South Pacific. In this Section world . And state news pages 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, to local news Page 6 american heritage Sec. 3, Page 12 Cloudy Windy and cold today. Partly Cloudy and cold tonight. Monday partly Cloudy and slightly warmer. High today near 40. Low tonight in upper 20s. Northwesterly winds 20 to 30 . Today. Elsewhere in state Cloudy Windy anti cold today with Snow to or Snow flurries in the Central and North portions gradually ending from the South during the Day. Partly Cloudy South and Cloudy North tonight with a i editorial Page 1 few Snow hurries

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