Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
2 Jul 1961

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2 Jul 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 02, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 32, no. 26.Racine, wis., sunday july 2, 1961 62 ?"5 ?"20 cent prospects dim for Quick end to maritime strike new York a a pros parts. One will Deal with How pee to of ending the maritime the strike has affected the a strike without a Taft Hartley la Nal Economy and welfare j the other will report on the injunction suddenly darkened Medja Ion Effort saturday. The presidents fact husband Hunting stay in Wisconsin Washington d c a pm women scouting for a husband in Wisconsin have a surplus of candidates to choose from. The census Bureau said saturday that there were 352,665 single males and 285,762 single females. There to Only one Small catch the figures include persons 14 years of age and . Meeting on crisis in Kuwait Driver killed in county As Road toll soars in finding Board said the likelihood Wasny to Good. Board chairman David l Cole said All mediation efforts in the two week walkout of 85,000 officers and crewmen would end at noon today. The Board then will Start preparing its report which will be submitted to president Kennedy monday and probably will Lead to an injunction to Union Grove Man was halt the strike for an to Day a Jed about Midnight Satur Cooling off period. Day when his eastbound Auto a othe likelihood prospects ran off Highway 20 a mile Are not Good that we will have West of Ives Grove careened reached an agreement Between 320 feet jumped a drainage All the unions and employer canal and struck a tree. He was groups by noon sunday which alone in the car. Means the ships done to sail a dead was John e. Manders Cole said. His death was the third of the a great Progress a july 4 weekend in Wisconsin the state to 389th of the year until then however the and brought the 1961 Racine talks will continue he told a Jay and county Highway toll newsmen. To 19 for the year. The Board chairman said the earlier two persons were negotiations had been making killed in Kenosha county. A great Progress in a number Ralph j. Struck 38, and of directions but he noted that Christine Kaderian la both of one Union or employer group Chicago died when their car could prevent a Complete set and another Auto collided on element. Highway 50 near new Munster the strike has idled some in Kenosha county. 200 ships on Atlantic Gulf and Burlington Hospital Pacific coasts. Four other persons were in the fact finding Board came lured and taken to Burlington Here to gather data on whether memorial Hospital. They were the strike s effects were serious mrs. Sarah Boyd of Chicago enough to warrant the presi and her two sons Vincent 6,1 Dent seeking an injunction in and Jeffrey 4, and the Driver Der the Taft Hartley Law. J of the other car Melvin j. Week to lapse Horihan 23, of Kenosha. The Chicago persons were bound it succeeded in getting be for a Day of fishing in the got nations underway again aft Delavan area. Or a week s lapse however and throughout the nation the , most of its efforts have been toll at Midnight was 138 dead in so Quot Juv he official directed toward the traffic 10 a boating mishaps a Quot strike without an injunction. 18 by drowning and 26 in mis j Agency adn a breakthrough developed Cellaneous accidents., ,. Friday when the 37,000-Memberj the National safety Council lab Echt will announce the National maritime Union a estimated 450 persons May die p an Quot a a st.fte�"�? j � f � largest of the five striking in in traffic accidents during the ple s Charnner the soviet style ions reached tentative Accord 120-hour Holiday period. Parliament in East Germany. Two drown in state % a a journal times photo e. Reich to give plan Berlin a East Ger Many to communist Boss Walter Ulbricht will offer a othe a to easy paratroopers of the 82d airborne division from fort Bragg n.c., descended on the former Bong base site saturday afternoon during a tactical exercise in co operation with w icons in to 440th troop Carrier air Force Reserve unit. See Page 7 for Story and other pictures. Nikita apparently bested chinese in ideology fight with the ship owners. The pact granting a 21 per cent boost in wages and fringe benefits spread Over a four year period was conditional a t j 0 n \ n g by William l. Ryan Jing it As a Pawn in his Maneu Over ideology. It would be a associated press news analyst vers in other Arenas such As oversimplification to say the Moscow recent evidence in Germany and Berlin. Argument entered about Len pm Quot ?ozdlcat6s�?t has Bau ered Down red m0n0luhic s0lidari�?y is be table tween comm two drownings were report-f2 chinese res to als0 would present the ism and what it Calls a simper a ice Eivor i solving the German Issue. Control of the communist appear4nce of monolithic Soli Iai ism a to in we Sci run a Ordy. Vib i he said on june 23 that a of a 1 of Quot try ?o a a of it Ltd Sty behind the Kremlin rash action two Small children of a a push for world supremacy. A Nash Avion family p treaty with both Ger Premier Nikita foreign policy in Advance one aspect of the Quad in the Cioni Fife of an Arpp mint j it it Man states will guarantee la mis is so a Vernier Ini Kud of the important 22nd con Rei up Ppd to he a Kremlin up t0 Date on events at Home by the Emu s two companion Day i Quot no eight Quot Parsons tipped ?.eace and ?.ins a he Khrushchev can proceed with Gress party opening oct. 17 fear that red China would and abroad before departing unions the masters. Mates Over on Delavan Lake German people. The soviet Confidence that Moscow s est. Another occasion for a meet take some rash action which shortly after noon for the 21/2 and pilots and the american drowned in 35 feet of water warned a hat if the mate o prospects for expanding of communist leaders fromhr., i West does not sign a German no the communist All parts of the world. Kennedy take Holiday cruise Hyannis port mass. A up a colourfully outfitted for an afternoon at sea. President and mrs. Kennedy went truly nautical at the Start of their Holiday weekend saturday for a cruise on Blue Nantucket sound. Will consider complaint of threat by Iraq United nations n. Yup a the u. N. Security Council saturday set up an extraordinary sunday morning meet no to Deal with a complaint by Kuwait that Iraq is threaten no its Independence. Kuwait cabled the complaint Lere and Britain backed it up after British forces landed in the former British protectorate to defend the Sheik Dom against any iraqi attack. Iraq which claims Kuwait but has denied mobilizing on its Frontier sought a hearing from the Council with the presumed intention of asking that the whole Case be ignored. Polls members Britain was understood to want the meeting so it could explain Why it sent forces in. Britain promised to get them out As soon As Kuwait to ruler Felt his Domain was Safe. The Council president Leopold Benites of Ecuador polled the other to members on when they could get together and then called a meeting for 11 30 . Racine time today. Meanwhile British commandos tanks and a fully equipped Jet fighter Force moved swiftly into Kuwait. Requested by Sheik the British show of Force was requested by Kuwait to radio Assn. In the Walworth county Lake Quot a Quot Quot 7eat\ton solver terms f8 i it a u i Cole said the boards to report were Mark Peterson 4 and his ? y soviet terms dominated zone to will not be briefly Here is a Chr nolo to Kennedy will consist of two sister rim 3 the children of to mgr 3 sep y questioned by any other com logical review of events Lead or. And mrs. Paul Peterson of w1h a Erm nyx to. Monist party. Ing to what seems to add up Des Plaines Iii. I. East Germany s Interior min a this would be an important to a notable Khrushchev Vic mrs. Peterson and four of Stern Karl Maron predicted Khrushchev Victory strength-1 tory bad spot to read the Good Book Russellville. Ala. A Upit the Man said he was Only looking for a quiet place to read his Bible. Officers arrested Floyd Oliver 40, anyway. He Wras Reading his Bible while sitting atop a 993-gallon liquor still. Dives 3 floors into Pool is killed los Angeles a up a a anything he can do i can do better a detectives said a Divorcee announced Early saturday. She then dived into a swimming Pool from a third Story roof. The fall killed her. Mrs. Janice m. Pitchford 28, ignored attempts of several companions to dissuade her from the dive they told police. A neighbor Francis Menley executed a perfect Swan dive from the roof of the two Story building just before her fatal dive. Officers theorized she hit the Side of the Pool. In this Section world . And state news pages .2, 3, 8, Roll 12 local news. Pages 4, 6, 7 editorial Page 18 her other children were res cued by members of the Orin provocations by the West in Enung bpm considerably As he Moscow summoned leaders w. Divided Berlin. He declared his beads f0r a test of wills and of communist parties from 81 Hailer family who rushed to re of counter them de nerves with president Ken countries to a meeting in the scene in their own boat. Cis a Wnedy. It would give him a free november 1960, at a moment the record traffic death toll meanwhile the West is sex band t0 do As be pleased for when the russians and red for Independence Day is 491 Pete f to Send a reply within earn pee with the Laos crisis chinese obviously were in set in a four Day period in 1950.j turn to Page 2, col. 3 in Southeast Asia even to us aged in a stubborn quarrel could draw the soviet Union hour cruise into a nuclear War. I Sec. Of labor Arthur j. The quarrel was complicated Goldberg reported to him by by piping a to insistence on de-1 phone on the critical period of eloping communism in its maritime strike negotiations own Way including use of a i and it. Col. C. V. Ted Clif people to commune system ton military aide who a com ruler Sheik sir Adbullah As Kennedy boarded his father to Salim As Sabah a to support his army and to protect the Rich Oil Fields that provide 40 per cent of Britain to Oil supplies. Kuwait radio said help also was on the Way from saudi Arabia. King s a u d was reported to have dispatched arabian troops to supplement 52-foot Cabin Cruiser with the first lady and a Small party of relatives and friends on a peaceful voyage along Cape code to Southern Shore. The chief executive had kept and of scattered Small scale Industrial enterprises in chinese pained him to Hyannis port briefed him on intelligence re backyards. Implicit in this was ports. The Contention that red China i Kennedy was in Telephone could make a a great leap for a communication with Goldberg Ward toward communism bypassing stages the soviet Union considers unavoidable. Another Point of friction was chinese insistence that even before getting out of bed. Goldberg will report in person tonight. Newsmen and photographers on chartered boats tried to communism should seize every track Down the Marlin but Opportunity throughout the sighted her Only As she neared world to expand regardless of risk. By inference piping accused the Kremlin of fearing a paper ?� Khrushchev to turn to Page 2, col. I the Ken Nedys to pier after apparently touring the Waters off Zianno West of Hyannis port. They could pick out seven or eight debarking. Yankee Thunder Northern artillery above helped Stem the rebel Onrush saturday afternoon at Pershing Park As members of the North South Skirm ish Assn. Indulged in a bit of historical re enactment in which rebel forces were wiped out. Story and More pictures on Page 4. Tibetan girl begins new life in Chicago Chicago up a a nervous Ley la and Sandra 19, of but Happy tibetan girl arrived suburbs Olympia Fields. Saturday night to begin a new Denju began her Odyssey in life with a new Mother and ? Are Fusee amp a Quot in Ali Quot i. India in the Foothills of the lather sister and brother and j m a j a a mountains. Or a last name. Phased at 4 and raised by an the curly haired girl 14 stunt she had been brought to years old saturday and known the Cemer by a . J Cial along with thousands of simply As Denju had her first Ber countrymen fleeing the glimpse of the United states communists in 1959. After flying half Way around the Globe. Be Cutie visited the Camp while the youngster managed a helping produce a film about nervous smile As she was the refugees. Touched by the greeted by her adopted Par girls to plight he started adopt ends or. And mrs. Harry proceedings Wrhen he re Cooper and their children Brad turned Home. Kuwait to 2,400-Man army and several thousand armed bedouin tribesmen who Are arrayed against the threat from the North. British marines and commandos arrived aboard the 22.000-ton commando Carrier bulwark. Helicopters took them to far tum to Page 2, col. I report tropical storm killed 29 in Philippines Manila Philippines up it it went in Ine persons perished in a tropical storm which smashed the Northern Philippines saturday reports reaching Manila said. County barn Burns fire Early this morning destroyed a barn on the Warren Gilmore farm on county trunk a about a mile West of Highway 45. Racine area weather fair to partly Cloudy not so warm today. Fair and Cool tonight mostly fair monday. High today in Low 80s, Low tonight about 60. Winds West to Southwest 10-18 today shifting to West to Northwest 15-22. Elsewhere in state generally fair not so Cooper a Public relations sex warm in East and extreme South today fair and Cool tonight monday generally fair. High today 75-83, Low tonight 55-62. The Sun Rote today at # it a in. And Yui i at i la pm

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