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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 17, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin
The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 13.Racine, wis., sunday july 17�?z 1960 64 ?"5 ?"20 cents Ike to Brief Kennedy and Johnson on foreign affairs Washington a it a it a the Eisenhower administrate i o n and the new democratic party leadership agreed swiftly saturday on a system of secret foreign affairs briefings to keep this year to presiden tial campaigners abreast of the intensifying cold War conflict with Russia. At president Eisenhower to vacation Headquarters in Newport r. I. Saturday press Secretary James c. Hagerty announced that Eisenhower will take up on monday the problem of arranging for confidential Security briefings for presidential and vice presidential candidates of both parties in this year to Campaign. He said the briefings will be Given by the Central intelligence Agency. Soon afterwards sen. John f. Kennedy the new democratic nominee announced at los Angeles that he would accept the president to offer. The Massachusetts senator added he would look to Adlai e. Stevenson his predecessor As nominee in j 952 and 1956, and to Chester Bowles Connecticut con Gressman and former ambassador to India to maintain Liaison with the White House on foreign policy matters. It was Clear from hag erty to announcement that the same information sup plied to Kennedy and to his vice presidential nominee sen. Lyndon b. Johnson of Texas would be made available also to the Republican nominees when selected. The agreement on foreign affairs briefings seems certain to be welcomed by Allied governments always jittery about the extent of Public controversy Over foreign affairs issues during a National election Campaign. A Jack indicates hell take Lead in Senate action los Angeles a up a John f. Kennedy Laid firm hands on the democratic party machinery saturday and All but said he also intends to become a take a h a r g e Man in next month to abbreviated congressional session. The Massachusetts senator was conducting mopping up operations on the scene of his winning Battle for the party presidential nomination. Today he shifts his command Post to his Hyannis port mass., Home for two weeks. He will Confer there with party leaders on such issues As economic growth National defense and farm policy. Kennedy said that a othe Field of foreign policy is going to be the key to this campaigns to to now looming ahead. News conference Kennedy scurried from a breakfast of party leaders to a news conference and on to a meeting of the National committee. The news conference was the first full scale one he had held since he captured the party nomination wednesday night. It was far ranging but it left a Good Many questions unanswered or answered Only in generalities. Kennedy said he wanted More time to consider matters of National policy before going into details on them. Will Confer Blaze near Golf links delays Ike s game Newport . A a a president Eisenhower held up his golfing temporarily saturday rather than risk a bad shot from the tee As smoke from a fire shadowed the Green on the fourth Hole at the Newport country club. The president resumed his game after watching for five minutes As the flames con dental nominee sen. Mike Mansfield of Montana assistant Senate Leader House speaker Sam Rayburn of Texas sued a othe reef an aban turn to Page 2, col. 5 Joned showplace. Latin nations Back a i warning to soviets Oas appears to support j. S. An estimated 1,200 to 1,300 strikers above left memorial Hall after voting overwhelmingly Accord ing to Law local 180 officers to continue the strike at the j. I. Case co. 2ken�hafirmsworkers give overwhelming of to Case strike say Union officials anti Russ stand Washington a it a the for payment in the form of United states won hemisphere 30-year Bonds and called the backing for its communists Law both arbitrary and con keep out stand saturday and a tor it. Then accused Cuba of Quot Ecol thpr0test old the Law and nomic and political aggression quote a v,1s a 3cted in realms this country of a Oon of Quot a Cuba of in the. La. S. Purchase of cuban sugar. The organization of Amer but. The note said the sugar can states Oas up in action was Nece Beca rejection of soviet interference of announced intention i n he Western of t0 increase sugar saes to Othef airs nations notably those in the a few hours later the state soviet bloc and the a hostile department in a note to the cuban foreign office protested1 Cuba to new nationalization turn to Page 2, co. I Kenosha a Dpi a flames burned out most of the Interior but he did say he will Confer of a Hube building housing two with a quartet of democratic firms saturday sending four leaders in Congress before the firemen to the Hospital. A Senate meets again aug. 8 estimated damage at t0 try to work out a program for a three week session. It the consultants will be sen. Lyndon Johnson the vice presi officers of Law local 180.�?"by the negotiation of a just filiation service has offered its the 1958 and 1959 plan include said members voted Over Jand honorable ?� services. The Union is willing de in the original 18 Points. When mingle saturday afternoon one Union member was re to accept this offer they said. 2. Arbitration a Davis discontinue the 130-Day old k new Law and lodged its aggression charge. At the same time it denounced cuban treatment of u. S. News correspondents in the Island Republic citing examples of newsmen being held without charges or expelled without explanation. Leopold Ville in j a lug a vast Airlift called arbitrary forces was in f a it the government of Premier urday to the chaotic Congo Fidel Castro now has pending locked in a War of words be before the United nations . Continues Congo Airlift Congo of u. N. The firemen felled by smoke tract negotiations were broken the a Quot Oll to on a jul Ive Board he saturday meeting had been Quot Lent of James a. Nelson. Clad me ii ramen in lieu by Munc b members described him As a devoted to reporting on the sen works general manager Gre Sion against Cuba. A tween new rulers and its for strike at the j i Case co con ported to have spoken against Union officers said much of agreed with a previous state charge that the United states Mer belgian masters. A a _. Hus committed economic a us. A violence Between negro i i., ,. R i crowds and belgian soldiers chronic ?� a a modified contract offered to Nelson had said the revised the u. S. Note claimed that threatened the capital As the asked what the Union to next the company on Friday july 8. Proposal allows for a an a the Law providing for National y. A Vanguard of negro sol step would be Valeo said the the main modifications accumulation of issues to to ionization of american owned Diers from Ghana and Tunisia ministering xxv Egitto Quot wed by a s Tandi Cavote Quot member of executive Board has planned a cording to Davis were sense said Davis. The Union property in Cuba amounts to took up positions around the i. I. J. My. Ii a own Quot t0 discuss the next i. Supplemental a employ proposal prevents an Accuu seizure without a n y suitable capita More s0djers were 0�?z ment benefits a the revised lotion. Under the present j. I. Compensation for the owners the Way from Morocco and language of july 8 seeks a 1955 Case setup one grievance it dismissed As impossible of Ethiopia to s w e 11 the _ �. I the Federal mediation and con version of s.u.b., rather than turn to Page 6, col. I fulfilment the act to a Captain of the Kenosha More Al flail custodian estimated inhalation and heat were it. John Wenning Driver John Gandjos James Gerlach and Carl Drefke. Drefke was and off last wednesday. Union officers said three votes were cast against continuing the strike. Balloting was Ning in an ambulance in route the Union executive Board Esti to a Hospital when he passed mated that 1,200 to 1,300 men j of out. I attended the meeting. A me Umon orc gals also a a that fire department made the l250 men were present damage estimate. I 2d membership meeting the fire got its Start in old. Anthony Valeo local 180 packing crates and trash at the president commented to reread of the building a 140 by porters after the two hour 40 foot Structure of Wood and meeting broke up a maybe this Concrete Block. Will Stop company statements All of Kenosha to fire fight of no membership meetings ing equipment was at the and a Lack of Solidarity among scene five engines and two the ?� Aerial ladder trucks plus Small the saturday meeting was or vehicles. A he second membership meet traffic in the area Only a my since the strike began. The first one was held As a series sen. Henry Jackson a a. Succeeds Paul Butler. Short distance from the american motor corp. Plant was tied up for hours. Jackson accepts Job of democratic chairman of five group meetings on june 27 and 28. Local 180 officers said meet no speakers were Valeo her Schel Davis of Detroit admin Stative assistant to a vice a resident of the International Law Sam Rizzo local 180 business representative and Morris Field Chicago assist los Angeles top a sen. Mittee ratified the presidential int director of the agricultural Henry m scoop Jackson of candidate s Choice. A open dear met no of it be. _ Jackson a lutheran is the w Washington was chosen dem a pro stall m re Han dignity and Justice socratic National chairman sat a Quarter 0f a Century to head the vote to continue the urday accenting the youth of the democratic National com strike was made on a resold the party to new leadership. J Mittee. He succeeds retiring Rion offered by the executive the 48-year-old Jackson was Paul m. Butler a roman Cath Board to the membership. It picked by sen. John f. Ken Mijc and one of the most con unanimously recommended that Nedy the 43-year-old presided Trover Sial party helmsman in local 180 continue the strike Fiat nominee an old Friend and a Long time. With Kennedy a and noted that a fall of us stand harness mate in the Senate. Catholic too it was indicated United in our fight to win a As is customary the newly in Advance the Post would go fair share of dignity and Justice constituted democratic com to someone of a different Faith. Provision Force that ultimately May reach 6,000. Congolese police assigned by the . To share police duties with belgian soldiers in the capital dispersed a crowd of several thousand negroes in downtown Leopold Ville. The i crowd had been shouting insults at belgian troops p the crowd was angry because Belgium ignored an ultimatum from Congo Premier Patrice Lumumba to pull its troops out of the Congo by 6 am. Lumumba declared there can be no resumption of diplomatic relations with Belgium until All belgian soldiers leave the Congo including the bases at Karina and Kiona occupied by treaty after the Congo got its Independence june 30. La turn to Page 2, col. I Racine Marie a Birenbach Center admired the Crown she will Wear As Quot i ?� from left Jacqueline Jansen Quot miss Sheboygan a june ram a journal time photo Thun Quot miss Wisconsin Valley a Mary k. Sinkler Quot miss Green Lake a Judy Ann Van Artinr Quot miss Quot Appleton Quot and Joann finucan Quot miss ?� miss Racine wins miss Wisconsin title in this Section Jackson to appointment gives recognition .0 the a of St this Man Kennedy with its growing and rising economic wealth. His predecessors in recent times have ail come from the local news Page 6 East or a he had flirted with the vice editorial. Page world. . And state news pages 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, to american heritage Page 16 presidential spot that went i Isi turn to Pogo 2. Col. 7 Karen Marie a Birenbach other City Quot misses a is the miss Fahrenbach is 5 feet tuition miss a Birenbach 21,. Quot miss Racine Quot was daughter of or. And mrs. 5/i inches tall and weighs modelled a White silk Organ named Quot miss Wisconsin of Warren Fahrenbach of 1029 1 14 pounds. A Over Satin gown a Duple what is sen. John f. Ken i960&Quot saturday night and Indiana St. She performed on toe two Cate of Princess Margaret represent the state in tile she was crowned Short variations from the Lilac wedding gown made into a presidential nominee Dybe America contest at at a before Midnight by Mary and Silver fairy Quot from strapless forma with a Sweet Gin monday in the Racine am a is Alice Fox of Sheboygan ischia Kovskie to s i e e p i n g heart neckline. Journal times. T he Brunette Ballet dancer miss Wisconsin of 1959 and miss Wisconsin receives a for de till with 15, Lomu America. In evening gown comp 1,000 scholarship. Racine area weather partly Cloudy with occasional thundershowers today turning cinder this evening. Monday partly Cloudy. High today mid 80s. Low tonight about 60. Southwesterly winds 8 to 15 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy with scattered Thunder showers South portions today. Cooler North portions and turning cooler South portions by afternoon or evening. Monday partly Cloudy with Little temperature change. High today 70s North to 80s South. T
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