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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 31, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin
The Racine journal time Racine wis., sunday july 31, 1960 60 ?"5 ?"20 cents soviet Admiral boasts of Power of Russ a boats Jack s neighbors ask barricades surpluses sees indemnities paid to Farmers part of program Iii by the associated Presa sen. Lyndon b. Johnson. Democratic nominee for vice president launched a vigorous attack on the Eisenhower administration s farm program saturday. He said the democrats will push a program to Quot use the abundance of our farms and factories to help other ?� speaking in Monticello Iowa Johnson said the investment Quot of com wheat Cotton or other commodities would be returned Many fold together with millions of new allies eager to stand with us in the cause of ?� the Texas senator said that under the Eisenhower administration Quot during the past eight years Farmers have suffered a cumulative loss of More than a whole year to net income. More than a year to work has been ?� income Down he said that when democrats left the White House in 1953 Quot net income was $15.3 billion a year. During the past eight years it has fallen As Low As $10.3 ?� when the democrats left office Johnson said Quot the parity ratio averaged exactly too per cent. That to the measure of what a Farmer gets for his commodities related to what he has to pay for his operations and living. Now it parity is Only 79 per cent. A Johnson said vice president Nixon Quot now seeks to divorce the Secretary of agriculture a Ezra Taft Benson. Quotes Nixon quoting a statement he said Nixon made in 1954, the senator said Nixon cannot repudiate Benson to farm policies Quot on the grounds of ?� he quoted Nixon As predicting in Des Moines Iowa on turn to Page 2, col. 2 a map wire photo tropical storm Brenda wreaked havoc along the Eastern Seaboard saturday. Racing Crews at Niantic conn., top picture hauled boats from the heavy surf. At Cranston r. I., Burt and John Johnson Bottom picture tried vainly to free their 20-foot boat As she broke up. The uninsured Craft was a total loss. Red lands of closer link Brenda snags transportation Warsaw Poland a w a the eight communist nations of a East Europe meeting in Budapest have agreed t o mesh their economic gears for the next 20 years. This was announced saturday by the returning polish delegation which proposed measures to forge closer economic ties with the other nations and to Lessen Poland s dependence on Trade with the West. Deputy Premier Piotr Jaros Rewicz Leader of the polish delegation said the communist bloc to Council for Mutual economic Aid adopted a Resolution emphasizing co ordination in the Supply of raw materials Power equipment capital investment goods and production materials. Racine area weather mostly sunny today and monday with Little change in temperature today but warmer monday. High today mid 70s. Low tonight neat to. Northeast winds to to is Miles an hour this morning becoming North to Northwest this afternoon. Else Here in state mostly sunny today and monday. Little warmer Northwest today and Over entire state monday. High today 70s Southeast and Low 80s Northwest. A bashful Melissa Johnson 6, Shook hands with vice president Nixon in Chicago saturday As the presidential candidate waited to Board a plane for Washington d. C. A wire Phoil
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