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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 19, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal time s vol. 32, no. 7.Racine, wis., sunday february 19, 1961 64 pages�?5 sections�?20 cents in Kennedy aides discuss . Ties with Russ Washington a up United states relations with soviet Russia were explored by president Kennedy and top administration advisers saturday in a two hour conference. Russian activity in the Congo presumably was among the topics discussed. Andrew Hatcher assistant White House press Secretary said the conference was one in a series of reviews of the cold War situation. A they Are not trying to reach decisions or Chart policies but to explore relations Between the t w o countries a he told newsmen. List others those attending the meeting included Llewellyn Thompson the present ambassador to Moscow and two former ambassadors to Russia Averell Harriman and Charles Bolden. Sec. Of state Dean Rusk had been scheduled to attend but was unable to do so because of other official duties. Others at the conference were Mcgeorge Bundy Kennedy a special assistant for National Security affairs and Foy Kohler assistant Secretary of state for european affairs. It was Kennedy a third publicly announced discussion with Thompson since the envoy was called Home recently for consultation. Cancel trip because of cold rain and fog Kennedy and his family can ing Impact of the Long delayed celled a trip to their estate in first general storm of the win the Virginia Hunt country. They ter saturday and it had every May go today if the weather things heavy Snow in the1 improves. North sleet and freezing rain i he president and mrs. Ken in the midsection and a pro Nedy originally had hoped to longed downpour in the South Fly by helicopter to Glen Ora 0ne death was reported the near Middleburg but a Low Resu to of a traffic crash on an ceiling and threat of heavy rain Jay Street washed that plan out in mid-1 hardest hit was the Snow morning. They decided to go a covered the nor Hern by car taking 3-year-old Caro thirds of the s ate he line. A a % a a i satellite s engine re starts in orbit fight erupts at integrated picket line Goldberg seeks to end walkout at 6 airlines map wire photo forced falling Snow in Minneapolis saturday Peter Terry of Bristol England to use a newly Pur chased Golf umbrella to shield himself. Six inches of a now fell in the Minneapolis arca. Snow and sleet slam Wisconsin a hers line by that Onat a pro i fist fight Between an and White Washington of labor Arthur . Shows military use of space Craft mom of an integrated picket a to pts Sec. Be applied throughout the in that the airline shutdown j. Goldberg Dusty and the Feia will he would end when the flight in Vandenberg air Force has sought to have striking swallowed up by the m u h Ginger so International Assn. Or-1 Rase flight engineers end their walk larger air line pilots Assn. Dered picket lines removed xxi shot into orbit saturday out against six major airlines a spokesman for the 3,500 from pan american world air then by re starting its engine spectators but t in Appeal has been fruit member engineers Union had ways facilities. This was after on a signal from the ground a erupted saturday at Rock Hill less so far it was Learned sat previously admitted the travel lha Union received notice that showed How currently passive s scene of Many recent anti urday night. Crippling walkout was Una president Kennedy had set up sky spies can be converted into segregation demonstrations. Goldberg made a request to theorized but expressed doubt three member emergency Maneu Merable military space police said four negro men run Brown president of the this would have any effect on Board to mediate this dispute Craft. A White Man and a White Hight engineers International bringing the engineers Back to the contract stalemate be the air Force said this was woman were parading in front association to see if the in work. Tween pan american and the the first time an Agena b. Of a downtown drug store when gingers would go Back to work the Union Saith jts members engineers revolved about a de satellite vehicle had been recite and state officers decided a Union spokesman said. Are cont Nuong their nationwide Briand for a reduction of work started in orbit the watching crowd had grown Brown subsequently con stay at Home movement which time for the engineers on the too big and asked the Demon tact i Lia chapter chairmen As snarled Domestic and Over big new jets. And reported Back to Goldberg the Union official said that the local chairmen said by the associated pres Wisconsin Felt the devastate highest february level in seven years. Under dark Clouds and a stators to depart. The pickets turned off main Street followed by a number of spectators and policemen 7 a it a a a a not ret the men to a Ltd. Go Back to work a without seas airline traffic. Earlier it had been indicated but the pan american Pic turn to Page 8, col. I unemployment reaches warmest february Reading in Racine since 61 degrees was recorded on feb. 15, 1954. It was also the City a warmest weather in More than two months since a 61-degree Reading dec. 5. The rainfall by Early evening had totalled 0.52 inches in mid afternoon blizzard the peace. $100 each. The Agena engine was ignited on the satellites first pass around the Earth a poles. Only a test maj. Gen. O. J. Ritland commander of the air Force Mii Sile division said that saturdays attempt was Only to test the re Start system. A it is another successful Experiment to perfect the system for satellite stabilization and and fists flew briefly.,.some kind of Federal action. Officers arrested the White government action picket one of his negro what is wanted by the Flig. _ m a a a half Inch of rain the Mercury companions and a White spec engineers the official Indi j m a Iran pm reached 54 degrees Tho stator on charges of breach of rated. Is some government a i if Vuu 111 or Riscoll sell bund was set at ton t0 offset a decision of the National mediation Board last Madison a up it a wis january a decline of 38,700 control in orbit a the general the White woman picket. Peb g at that time the Board Consino a unemployment total from the total in mid Decem said. Who identified yer a Quot is loan held that United air lines reached 112,600 in january an Ber the commission stated in no attempt to recover any Trumpower of Washington flight engineers and pilots increase of 42 per cent com its first Issue of a Wisconsin part of the satellite will be d c., an employee of the depart should join together As a single pared to december the state labor Force made. Ment of agriculture was not Union bargaining unit. Industrial commission said the publication replaces and a satellite capable of rearrested. She carried a sign re although the ruling applied saturday. Combines the Wisconsin pm Artirp its engine in snack Ferring to the jailing of negro directly Only to United in the civilian labor Force ploy ment trends issued by the Coqui j turn to Page 2, col. I Igi cers fear the principle Wall dropped to 1,568,200 in mid unemployment compensation j s j d but after the meeting with a air no a conditions prevailed in Lincoln the advisers on Russia t h e a i and Langlade counties in wis president talked matters Over i v re mild to its Consin drifts six t0 eight feet with the first lady. They agreed saturday climbed s Depp covered highways. Ten that staying Here was prefer my a in in no i ton Quot Snow plows machines it a. Hie to the 45-m.le drive Over or in f there wet and frequently foggy roads. That had t been used in a couple of years were needed f x mrs. Kennedy was recovering from a cold which she caught last weekend at Glen Ora. She had been ordered to bed by Hep physician on thursday but was described As feeling a very much better saturday. A missile Pap Quot a two part keep main roads a pen series aimed at clarifying the nevertheless some roads were controversial defense Issue,1 osm8 almost As fast As the written by newspaper enter p a s Quot pen them. Prises Assn. Reporter Ray Meny cars were stalled on Cromley begins today on the hut no to tests a 2 were reported in danger. The Rhinelander area also . Was hit hard. The Airport there was closed. Please no Bambino in Camp facials expected an All night j fight to keep roads open. Along the Wisconsin upper Michigan Border where the turn to Page 6, col. 7 a italian Gas bring babies along Rome a pm a worried about a threat to italian army discipline the defense ministry moved saturday to Stop soldiers from bringing their babies Back to Camp with them. Local army commanders got urgent orders to examine quickly any leave or discharge requests from soldiers claiming they Are needed at Home. A draftee started the whole thing by showing up at Camp last month with his infant son. He said his wife was in a Hospital and could not take care of the child. He got a discharge. The publicity that followed led other soldiers a in similar circumstances to take similar action a a defense ministry statement said. One Soldier brought his two daughters to Camp last week when his wife became sick. The soldiers commanding officer arranged for an orphanage to take care of the children 2 years old and 9 months. A Bill is now before the italian Senate to eliminate i was orderly. . Korean employees demand wage boosts Seoul Korea a a a some 3,000 korean employees of . Military installations in Korea held a Street Parade sat urday chanting demands for wage increases. The workers belong to the National Union of . Military employees. The demonstration the pile of red tape a Soldier must Cut his Way through before he can be discharged or exempted from service on the grounds of family necessity. The . Army is engaged in a wage level Survey to determine whether the present wage scale for koreans is proper in relation to other korean Indus i tries. Department and the labor Force estimates issued by the state employment service. The data comes from reports Princess huffs and puffs Princess Aliyah 5-year-old daughter of Jordan a King Hussein blew out the candles on her birthday cake at a party in Jordan a Royal Palace. Dart off in another direction to Dodge a ballistic missile sent to destroy it. It would be much submitted monthly by some than the High 4,000 establishments. A f a no v2 plane sh0t Down by the report noted heavy tem Russ a last apr no Horary layoffs occurred in the changed shape automobile Industry in Janu 2. Change the shape Alti Ary. In mid january a employ tude or Anre its orbit on ment represented 7.2 per centjc0itirnand-Bpi of the states labor Force the when perfected it could commission added. Overhaul other satellites for in at mid january employment spec ration even intercept enemy in the state fell off to 1,455.400. Bus. A decrease of 4.6 per cent from the air Force said other in the previous month the com Sines have been re started in Mission said adding space but they were in much a some of this loss has a1 smaller satellites. Agena b s ready been made up by the Are 25 feet Long and five feet recall of workers at Auto Manu m diameter designed to carry factoring plants As production lie heavy gear of coming i has again been resumed. Nor Das missile detection satellites Mal seasonal cutbacks in farm and Samos satellites equipped activities added to the total with television cameras worker loss i Here has been some speculation program lation that the recent Russ be the report came As the com Nus rocket demonstrated a remissions employment service Start capability but soviet an announced what it called announcements were too meager a action program to help curb for accurate judgment unemployment. Second in it hours a. Thomas Rose director. Discoverer xxi was the Sec said the 26 District offices have Ond launched in h hours received suggestions a Pat i he launching was Dela de turned to local conditions to several hours to make sure that Stem the recessionary discoverer xxx tired Friday the program emphasizes a out f Range greater Effort to develop and to newsmen 4,000 feet away solicit Job openings encourage discoverer xxi appeared lit ing employers to hire now and be different from earlier Rock take advantage of the working ets m the Workhorse series Force Supply stepped up labor is first stage w As the Cus Market information to keep Tomary medium Range Thor map w in photo propose All african . Group take Over Congo United nations a up a pres. Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana proposed saturday that a new All african . Command take Over the Congo disarm All congolese troops free political prisoners and Convene parliament while All foreign diplomats leave the country. He made the proposal in a Cable to . Dag Hammarskjold. Nkrumah had Hammarskjold circulate the message to the Security Council which is taking a weekend recess in the Congo debate and a Ald a would Lika to come to new York to give his views. Meanwhile Hammarskjold a advisory committee on the Congo decided to publish an interim report from the .j conciliation commission in that country recommending that a coalition and Federal setup be established on the basis of the present government headed by pres. Joseph Kasai ubut a Premier Joseph Lleo. Outside arms the Kennedy administration has decided that United nations forces in the Congo should be empowered to Block outside arms or troop intervention As threatened by the soviets. Under this decision the use of Force in an attempt to isolate the Congo from outside interference is being strongly supported along with other measures aimed at stopping the civil War raging there. President Kennedy and Sec. Of state Dean Rusk attached highest priority to evolving measures for meeting the Congo crisis with All possible Speed. Fear breakdown they Are reported fearful that a breakdown of the . Peacemaking Mission in face of heavy attack by the soviet Union would prove to be a disaster plunging most of Africa into the cold War and endangering world peace. But there is some hopeful feeling in High quarters that the soviet government badly overplayed its hand following the disclosure of the slaying of former congolese Premier Patrice Lumumba. Early last w Eek Moscow demanded withdrawal of . Forces from the Congo within a month and pledge assistance to the rebel. 1 pro communist regime of an Toine Eizenga lieutenant. Kennedy took an exactly opposite stand. He warned the russians against direct intervention in the Congo outside the United nations and pledged . Support to its Congo Mission. Kennedy reaffirmed . A Lumumba backing for the regime of Kasa Mvubu. Strive harder in this Section world . And state news pages 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, local 6 editorial Page 16 american heritage Page 18 with the two great Powers thus squared off Over the huge primitive and Mineral Rich land in the heart of Africa other nations at . Headquarters in new York suddenly began to strive harder for a diplomatic solution. In Leopold Ville the Congo the Interior minister in the Stanleyville regime that succeeded Lumumba has been taken under . Protection to prevent his arrest by Power Turu to Page 2, us 8 workers advised of openings and encouraging unskilled i workers to upgrade themselves during Layoff periods through education and training. Rose said unskilled and Semi skilled workers have been hit hardest. A these Are the folks w Hose Job potential is shrinking a he said. Deny Russ building base off Cuba s coast la a an a a up a the Semi official newspaper Revo Lucion saturday called ridiculous a report published in Miami fla., that the soviet Union is building a military base on Cayo Largo on cubans Southern coast. Revolution referred to a report printed in the Miami Niewa turn to Page 2, col. 2 Racine area weather partly Cloudy and colder today with slowly diminishing winds and a few Snow flurries this morning. Fair and cold tonight. Monday partly Cloudy with Little change in temperature. High today 20 to 25. I of tonight 5 to to. Northerly winds 15 to 25 Miles an hour today slowly diminishing. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy and colder. Fair and colder tonight. Monday partly Cloudy not much change in temperature. High today. 5 to 15 Northwest. 15 to 25 Southeast Low n a of hot Nul North

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