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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 21, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal time vol. 31, no. 18. Racine wis., sunday August 21, 1960 a 80 ?"6 sections 20 cents governor panel to probe Case co. Strike gov. Gaylord Nelson notified Nelson answered that the panel would not have Powers of compulsion officials of the strike bound j. I. Case co. In Racine and striking local 180, United Auto workers. Saturday that he has be i activated a fact finding panel to begin looking into the 52 month old labor dispute monday. Public hearing tuesday gov. Nelson said the cancellation of talks Between the Union and farm implement manufacturing firm scheduled for Friday prompted his decision. He said he notified both Anthony Valeo local 180 president. And William j. Grede. Case co. President of his decision by Telegram saturday. The panel members will meet with the governor on Western monday afternoon and open a Public hearing in Racine at la a in. Tuesday in the House. He said the panel would determine the facts prepare a report and then suggest Steps that might Lead to settlement. Oas officials Vole to Cut ties with Trujillo san Jose Costa Ricau a a Western hemisphere foreign ministers in an unprecedented court action voted saturday to break diplomatic relations with off members of the panel i the dominican Republic and gov embargo All arms shipments to rented to a report to the Emor and the Public a Are its strongman regime. Nathan Feinsinger University dominican delegates walked of Wisconsin labor relations out of the meeting As the min expert Reynolds Seitz Dean of Sisters forwarded their resold Law and at Marquette University Tion to the organization of Edwin Young economics american states Oas for its approval. Dominican foreign minister chair p0rfirio Herrera Baez refused professor at the University of certain Wisconsin. Feinsinger is panel Man. Are id Anderson exec u comment on the condemn Tive Secretary of the Wisconsin tj0n 0f is government. His employment relations Board departure does not necessarily i i serve As Secretary. Mean dominican withdrawal Rede reached at his office from the Oas however As All saturday afternoon said he latin american states and the a no received the telegrams United states have automatic at that time and that he did membership. Not want to make any comment until he did and could Confer with other Case officials. The Strong action against the dominican Republic was without precedent in latin Amer Valeo said. A owe la he there. Can is Ory and diplomatic of course. Local Iso will heed source its a d the mood of the ministers spells trouble for leftist Cuba when a its Case comes up this week. Cuba to charges of . Aggression got a Cool reception when first the governor to request to ?� to meet separately the panel in its first official act. Sent a Telegram to Grede voiced earlier this week and Valeo advising them of the hearing time and asking their co operation. Feinsinger said the panel tru Llu s dominican Reg me of has asked to meet separately a Quot a a a is Venezuela and informally with represent end Zeal a it used Trull o of Alives of both tuesday pc als of tacking recce no p of to assassinate president to the evicted foreign ministers con Generalissimo Rafael Mulo Betancourt and to Over morning before the hearing to explain its procedures. The most recent breakdown throw his government in negotiations came last week when the Union rejected a conditional offer from Case to re sure talks. Case said they would meet Only if the Union came up with a new proposal about 1,900 Law members have been on strike at Racine plants since March 9 in a Dis Pute Over wages pension rights and welfare issues. Nelson in his wire notifying the parties of the panel to activation called the dispute a of matter of compelling Public concerns with a serious effect on both Racine county and the state of Wisconsin. Duty to act a Protection of the Public interest is Paramount in our Laws governing labor manage ment disputes and i feel that i have a duty to act in the Best interest of the people of the state and its Community. I feel that activation of the panel is in line with that ?� when Nelson first proposed the panel. Aug. To Union officials said they would give it Complete co operation. Company officials however were Cool to the plan. Grede in a letter to Nelson contended that a any attempt at forced in fervent Ian by a fact finding panel would prolong the strike. He said the company did not feel obligated to participate or go along with any panel de russians recover any j you space ship j r dogs in report animals Are alive after orbiting Earth Moscow map a the soviet Union said saturday its dog carrying space ship has been returned to Earth with its live cargo Safe. The russians triumphantly announced the historical fir of orbiting living creatures into space and returning them alive. They heralded the feat As the forerunner of Many to flight into space. The soviet news Agency Tass said the two dogs that Rode the space capsule Are healthy after their 24-hour flight 437,500 Miles around the Earth. They Are undergoing medical examination. 198 Miles up the dogs named Arrow and Squirrel and about the sift of Large Fox Large Fox terriers were whizzed around the Globe at was less a height of 198.8 Miles at a rate of 227 Miles a minute. They circled the Earth 18 times before they were landed at a pre determined spot Tass said. Than seven Miles. The first soviet satellite was launched in october 1957. Soon afterwards the russians rocketed the dog Laika out of the atmosphere but that dog died in orbit. The soviets have Given this while the United states has account of the so called space recovered vehicles from outer menagerie space it has not returned a Liv menage new ing being from beyond the Earth to atmosphere. The soviets said they the two dogs were kept in separate compartments. They could see one another through a Glass partition. Scientific brought Back to Earth both the instruments attached to them space ship and a Otho capsule connected with electronic de with the experimental animals vices which transmitted to stations in Russia their Pulst rate breathing rate blood pres turn to Page 2, col. I when school begins Denise will remain behind As her Sisters Daphne and Jessica Cross the Road to classes. Tiny Early arrival of 55 too late for school in 60 is detached from the ?t other occupants radio Moscow said in addition to the two dogs the 4va, ton space ship carried several rats and mice flies plants fungi microscopic water plants and some seeds. It also carried television cameras to observe the dogs to behaviour and a raft of scientific instruments. The Tass announcement of the return said a oat the signal from the Earth the second soviet space ship to landed in the pre set area at a scheduled today at Horlick Castro cancels Ball game Here Fidel Castro of Cuba stepped saturday to Call off indirectly a baseball game that in although Denise Miller was pounds at birth. She _. Born two and a half months months older than Denise hut the 18th revolution around the Beld. Mere younger than three other Globe she Miller children. Mrs. Miller Hopes that her sule with the experimental Ani a premature weighing one Pound eight ounces still arrived seven Days too late the cuban dictator ordered a othe space ship and the Cap the Caribbean Kings All of to begin first Grade this year youngest daughter will be Mal detached from the with her sister Daphne. Size of doll Denise the daughter of or come More Independent when landed safely. She is on her own during the coming school Days. The and mrs. Albert Miller live on Highway 20 East Yorkville was one of the tiniest babies Ever born in a Racine Hospital. When she left St. Mary to Hospital in Gebru a a first time a Oit is the first time in history w Hoyoung est though is Likely to Tjit living beings safely re of keep a close Eye on the school turned to the Earth after Cov whom Are cubans to Hustle ship Back to the Homeland by monday and thus the game scheduled Between the Kings and Racine blues was erased. Dempsey Hovland head of a Beloit booking Agency which House where her Sisters go Erng Over 700,000 Kilometres handles the Caribbean Kings. Each Day. The school is Only a across the Highway from the Miller Home. 437.500 Miles in outer space. A othe apparatus and the Brak my said that All of the cubans had unlimited visas meaning they m Ary 1955, two months after. For worked Well and provided could stay in this country the Landing at a pre de definitely. Back to school edition in today to sunday bulletin will Brief you on the new teachers the educational developments and the the Racine tember. Scene this sep visions. Seven Days too Young to enter first Grade next month Denise plays game with her sister Daphne left. School a journal Timm photo her birth Denise was no bigger than her sister to doll. She quickly grew though and within a year weighed a healthy 20 pounds. At Home she has become nearly inseparable from two of her Sisters who Are one and three years older than she. Can see school mrs. Miller said she and her husband tried not to a of baby Denise too much but that Daphne is very protective world . And state toward her sister and has done much of Denise to thinking and talking. Daphne herself was born premature a two months a and weighed three and one half editorial. Page Ermine ?t a othe action recalling the the launching and the return players had to come from the to Earth of the cosmic satellite other end a Cuba a Hovland space ship created by the Geni said. I he presence of the us of soviet scientists Engi play is Here was a1 right with neers technicians and workers the . Government is the forerunner of Many to the Kings managed by to Hight into interplanetary Desto Perez All belong to the space. Deviation slight announcement did not Washington system. Castro has senators to farm in this Section been calling where the Landing Point Many cubans Back to their it said that planes and Homeland and his message delivered Medicine finally reached the Kings pages. Local news the say was news helicopters 2, 3, 4, a to 12 for the dogs. It said scientists Beloit Hovland said Are now checking All the Ani-1 Page 4 Mali which underwent the at american heritage Page 13 Spac flight to Tass said the deviation from 18 the calculated Point of Landing chilean strikers scuffle with police soviets denounce Dag Over handling of Congo crisis United nations n. ?" in rapid succession. Vasily thumb of the United states and Der Secretary of the u. Nas to Pakistan. Bunche has been Antoine Eizenga and others in Santiago Chile a up a striking Hospital and cemetery workers clashed with police saturday in Santiago Tsalma a a the Congo crisis deepened Kuznetsov soviet Deputy for so called colonial Powers. He Hammarskjold to personal rep snubbed by Congo Premier a a group sent by Lumumba to grow to Plaza. Several were Hurt and a arrested. Persons saturday night with new so number Viet attacks on Secretary Gen eign minister demanded Ham objected to canadians As being resent Tive in the Congo by Trice Lumumba in recent Days the Security Council session. Harskjold withdraw Canadian allies of Belgium whom eral Dag Hammarskjold while units of the u. N. Force and classed As aggressors in the incident occurred As the u. N. Security Council Mem attacked his civilian Aid pro Congo. He Rajeshwar Dayal Veteran in the Dian Diplomat. Dayal served on a u. N. Commission in the in Leopold Ville. Indicate displeasure it was reported that the Afri a cans Here Are trying to Coe leaders of african delegates off the congolese group to hos strikers began a March toward hers prepared for an Emer Gram for the Congo As putting the u. N. Replaced Ralph Lebanon crisis in 1958 and now to the United nations huddled titty. Many of their govern 4 tile ainu be imm under inti Furcht american negro in Iii India s High in met Kroner with Congo Deputy Premier to the Page 2, Cait it Riff Clef Iha City. Gypsy Moesogi today. Racine area weather partly Cloudy with Little temperature change today through monday. High today Low 80s. Low tonight upper 60s. Light variable winds today. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy with a few showers mainly North portion today and monday. Little change in temperature. High mostly Tath 0a i change i today

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