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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 12, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times it vol. 31, no. 8.Racine, wis., sunday june 12, 1960 106 ?"6 ?"20 cents cubans seize two u. luxury hotels Havana a Pic the cuban perts said they believe Castro government saturday took Over despite his open threat of con Havana s two largest luxury Fis cation a would go slow in hotels the american operated taking Over the Western re m Ooi an of n n/4 la to. In in Filiti Nacional and Havana Hilton wineries. Labor minister Augusto r Martinez Sanchez ordered the seizure along with that of a Havana residential hotel another downtown tourist hotel and the Tropicana night club. Tile hotels and nightclub were seized under a Resolution declaring that a labor and economic crisis existed in them and had not been solved by their operators. Refuse layoffs Martinez Sanchez accused the american operators of the Nacional and the Hilton of failure a through their ample connections in the United states to stimulate tourism to ?� both hotels have had a month to month struggle to meet payrolls. The government has refused to permit them to Lay off some of their employees despite a steady decline in the number of guests. With the collapse of Cuba to tourist Trade from the United states More than a year ago the Hilton operated by the Hilton Chain and the Nacional run by an american airlines to inter Continental hotels corp., have been losing Between $80,-000 and $100,000 a month. Spokesmen for both operators said the government and the hotel and restaurant workers Union which owns the Hilton hotel building rejected several proposals for staff reductions. Appoints Point Erven Tori Martinez Sanchez appointed government a Ointer ventors who will operate the two hotels and the other enterprises presumably in co operation with the hotel and restaurant workers Union. Meanwhile three old companies two american and one dutch British faced an ultimatum saturday from prime minister Castro to refine soviet crude Oil in their cuban plants or suffer confiscation. The bearded prime minister in a to speech Friday night which bristled with anti amen can ism called treason their refusal to handle the Oil he is buying from the soviet Union with cuban sugar. But Neutral Petroleum sex can t have pinkos among goldfish Hong Kong a up a goldfish and tropical fish bred Here need visas to enter the United states the English language Hong Kong Tiger Standard reports. The newspaper said the fish must have special permits proving they have not been bred in communist China. Ike set to depart on far East tour journal to tar photo 32d division arrives at Mccoy Camp Mccoy wis Consino to 32d National guard division converged Here with out incident saturday to Start two weeks of summer Field training. More than 9,000 troops and attached units from All parts of the state travelled in about 1,200 vehicles. It. Col. Joseph Santimays of West Allis Provost marshal,1 said everything went on schedule and the division kept its safety record of not having a fatal Accident in 13 years of driving to Camp. There w As the usual tourist traffic. In the Sparta area about 2,000 motorcycle fans roared in for a rally saturday night in addition to some 200 horses being moved in by vans for a weekend horse show. Issues writ curbing pickets at plane Plant new Haven Conn. A Iahn a Superior court judge sat urday found evident e of a Oun lawful mass picketing at a strike bound United aircraft corp. Plant and issued a temporary restraining order against the strikers. Judge Charles s. House issued a three Day order against the 2,500-member United Auto workers local at ii acts Pratt ii Whitney aircraft division in North Haven. The Plant is one of seven l a Sites hit by a strike Over demands for Union shop and automatic pay increases. Wishes for fishes fish poles jutted out Over zoo Park Pond saturday As Racine Jaycees welcomed More Titan 500 children through age 12 to their annual f Ishing Rodeo. Above lower left he p was Given some of the younger competitors. Above lower rights Mark putra 7, of ail South St. Had a string of five fish counted by Robert Kimberlain Jaycee chairman. First place winners Iii the largest fish category were Paula Haumersen 6, of 1958 Quincy ave., 16 ounces in the girls to 9 and younger class Peggy Habetler to of 1312 Walton ase. 2 2 ounces in the girls to 1012 class James Bergman 3, of 19 30 Grange ave., 20 ounces in the boys to 9 and under class and Tom Adams la of 23 33 n. Wisconsin St., 17 ounces in the boys to Io-12 class. First place winners in the most fish category were Marie Drascic 8, of 2109 n. Main St., 46 fish in the girls to 9 and under class and Dave Steimle 12, of 1417 Melvin ase., to fish in the boys 10-12 class. Names of two other first place winners were not available. Right upper left Marlyn Mennen took notes ased Stone weighed the catch of Philip Czuper 12, of 4510 Erie St. Right lower left a serious View of the contest was taken by Mike Zicarelli 5, of 4025 17th St. Far rights Sticks and safety pins equipment provided by contestants did no to produce much Luck for Marcia Pfost la and her sister Nikka of 5225 Erie St. Knights Templar conclave to draw 1,500 to Racine about 1,500 Persona Are exclave thursday through sat petted to move into Racine this urday. Week when the grand com billed As the 102d annual Mandery of the knights tem conclave it Marks the first plan holds its three Day con time since 1926 that Racine commander no. 7 has been Host to a Wisconsin conclave. 4 1� addition to Wisconsin 1-tsi delegates and their wives a Jwj guests from South Dakota v Iowa Minnesota Michigan lift bus and Indiana an expel Ted to attend. Pap Headquarters will be at the to j masonic Temple 1012 main St. The conclave will open thurs it Day afternoon with registry non. A Buffet dinner will be it at 6230, followed by a music and Vesper service open to the Public at the masonic Temple. Parade on saturday convening of the grand commander is slated for Friday morning. A Buffet Lune Heon will be held at noon and at 6 30 the grand commander to Robi i it Osborne banquet music and entertain. Heads sure commander4 turn to Page 2, col. 2 will Fly to Alaska today Japan visit worries aides Tokyo a Pic Itie United states brought Strong pressure on prime minister no Shusuke Rishi saturday to control left Wing demonstrations and assure the a feta of president Eisenhower during his visit to Tokyo next week. I a. Ambassador Douglas Macarthur told Rishi of the a Overy Strong and Adverse reaction throughout the entire i United states following the mob attack on White House press Secretary James Hagerty i Rilday. 23,000 mile i a i astern first Stop is Anchorage Alaska seven hours later. Monday he re. President will leave Al 8 we Quot in Man la tither stops on the 15-Day Idem Eisenhower made ready time today. Is Tnp will be i m intr a Okinawa Japan Korea and Hawaii May be curtailed Eisenhower s Public appearances in Tokyo May he Sharp a to a to ill a / by curtailed because of the Faune time wild creature in. A a violence. Dedicate Fountain to teacher Cambridge m iss to a a of am thrilled More than Ever by the Miracle that turned me from a dumb wild creature into a joyous child and enlarged my mind. Those were the words of Helen Keller 79, deaf and Blind since infancy at the dedication saturday of a Fountain at Radcliffe College in memory of tut famed teacher Anne Sullivan water flowing through the Fountain for the first time symbolized the in o in e n t More than 70 years ago when Mas Keller through the teaching Ai Anne Sullivan Learned her Flint word �??� miss Keller said of her teacher who died in 1936 a with sparkling words she fertilized the1 twice hire lass and led Rue to untold won Deis and to knowledge and a i ?� British map missile scatter setup London �?"0p>�?" Britain to a bomber Force with its eventual nuclear striking Power of Sybolt missiles is to be scattered Over a Globe girdling defense system in any world emergency qualified government sources reported saturday night. This Long planned development was forecast in a statement by defence minister in this Section world . And state news pages. 2, 4, 5, 9, 13 local news Page 6, 8 editorial. Page 16 american heritage. Page 17 Harold Wilkinson last week Central Africa and the far East pointing to the Likely dispersal Are being earmarked As posse of Britain to strategic Airpower Hie base areas and notably the Sybolt these would include Fields in bombers expelled to it be opera Cyprus w Here the British Hope tonal by the mid Eidos to to retain a military enclave bases around the world w Atkinson newly returned from negotiating a British american agreement on developing air launched Sybolt nuclear missiles had been asked by a newsman if the Sybolt bombers would operate exclusively from British bases. I see no reason w Hyall the bomber Sites have to be in this country a he replied. Amplifying the idea defense authorities Sud saturday night airfields in the Mediterranean and Middle last last and after that Island it Olony be omes inde Pendeg Aden Racine s Hub. See special 38-Page Section in today to sunday bulletin on the Story of downtown Racine not Only what it Means to merchants located there hut its Impact on All of Racine Colony Kenya the Central african federation and certain asian colonial territories like Singapore. One effect of the move in an is St West War w aged with the sort of 5, 100-mile Range rockets the soviet Union is developing would be to bring most of these base territories into the nuclear front lines. 6 stud its drown Belgrade Yugoslavia a Pic six students boys and girls aged 12 to 14, drowned while swimming in the or a River saturday at a Dovci they were lost when they attempted to retrieve a Ball that had been thrown far out into Khe River. A the White House disclosed that his schedule is firing reviewed. Indications Are it will by up Vised. The journey is the Riskiest Eisenhower has undertaken As president involving both personal and diplomatic dangers. High officials ate worried Over tile prospects the president his son and daughter in Law it. Col. And mrs John Eisenhower and a staff of 35 officials and aides Are due to return to Washington probably about june 27. At Anchorage Eisenhower will meet his press Secretary James c. Hagerty who mad an Advance visit to Tokyo As Well As other capitals on the trip and got an uncomfortable first hand look at demonstrations of the Type the president May Well encounter. Besieged in Auto Hagerty was lies eged in his Auto when he sought to motor from the Airport to the . I embassy in i Okyo i riday. I Ater thousands of demonstrators roamed the streets under red banners saturday night Rowdy Snake Dani my parades estimated to total More than ii 50,000, shouted a Yankee murderer go Home and a Oike done to come a prime minister Nobusuke Rishi s official residence was stoned. Paint was smeared on the Fence. In the midst of this uproar Hagerty left his downtown hotel and motored to Tachikawa air base West of Tokyo where in took off for Anchorage. Before leaving he telephoned the White House with word that the detailed schedule of the president s visit to Japan was not ready for release. Reports personally a delay in publication of details gave Hagerty time to report personally to Eisenhower Ion his observations of pol a capabilities and his talks with japanese officials. Hagerty Aliso prevented freezing the schedule at this time by re training from making it Public he preserved some room for i edibility. One expected change is cancellation of tentative plans for turn to Page 2, col. I Racine area weather mostly Cloudy and a Little cooler today with Chance of Light rain this morning. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer with showers or scattered thundershowers Likely. High today 60 to 65. Low tonight upper 40s. Northeast winds 8 8 to 18 Miles an hour. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy North. Mostly Cloudy South. A Little colder extreme South portions today. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer with showers or scattered thunderstorms Likely

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