Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
18 Jun 1961

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18 Jun 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 18, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 32, no. 24,Racine, wis., sunday june in 1961 70 ?"5 ?"20 cents pfc. T i a Jeff Chandler discussions break up in ship strike new York a up a the first free to face meeting of negotiators in a three Cost shipping strike broke up with angry words and a report of a Ono ?� the strike started thursday Midnight and involves 85,000 crewmen of almost 1,000 passenger freight and Oil vessels on the East West and Gulf coasts the negotiating session was arranged at the request of labor Sec Arthur j. Goldberg heading the bargaining teams were Ralph a Casey president of the american merchant Marine Institute and Joseph c Urran head of the National maritime Union larg est of seven striking unions. A political rivalry Casey said after the three hour session that his manage Hollywood it Pic Jeff career with Stock companies Merit organization was Quot the Bandier 42, who made his after getting a scholarship at victim of a bitter political boyhood dream of movie Star the Zeugin school of dramatic rivalry Between two ?� Dom come True died saturday Art in new York. World War Quot All symptoms of stability of septicaemia a blood Poison la intervened went out of this Industry with ing a a complication from be enlisted after Pearl har i aul Hall and Joe Curran wag spinal surgery performed five Bor. Much of his four years in ing War Over our bodies weeks ago. The army was spent in the Casey said. Hall is president of a Oit just happened suddenly a Aleutian islands. He came out it he seafarers International a f River c Ity Hospital Stafl of the service a first lieutenant Union. Member said. In it 45. He went to Hollywood. C Asey said a bitterness be he husky 6-foot 4 leading various radio parts followed tween the two unions is greater Man was hospitalized May 13 and he won a Small role in a than Ever ?� tor correction of a slipped Jug Powell movie a Johnny Curran said he was instruct is a disc. Five Days later he ??� in 1948 he became ing his attorneys to file unfair experienced severe abdominal ave ardent to boy Friend on a Jabor prac Tice charges against bleeding. Dion to a your miss ?� his the Institute for what he surgeons kept him alive in a voice pleased a studio exec described As the Institute to 7 a hour uniting room drama failure to bargain in Good Faith during which they admits i he report of Quot no Progress to tired an incredible 55 pints of _ came from representatives of Bood for several Days he in Ert both sides. Gered in critical condition then Robert in Moore Deputy do to improved and was taken off Rector of the Federal mediation the critical list. Kennedy blames Russ for test ban deadlock actor 42, Dies of complications from operation Tive. A screen test got him the part of an israeli underground Leader in Quot sword in the Des service also reported no Progress but said a owe Are still in the exploratory ?� standing by Moore said he had asked and fortunate time his Cochise acting Drew him an Oscar nomination and a string of Indian and Cowboy _ pictures followed. Recent Pic on May 27, however new ures included a othe Jayhawk bleeding broke oui. Doctors cars a a ton seconds t0 hello speedily operated still again and Thunder in the worsened 00 Chandler wife the former received agreement from both i u ,., Marjorie Hoshell divorced aides to stand by for possible boyhood in Brook him in 1959> a a in Cruz by further meetings. U to. I i a j they had two daughters. Jamie the dispute at the meeting in that has Koa pc was 14. And Dana la revolved largely around a. A movie Star. He once Union demand that Crews of a a i knew 11 Quot our a Happe Quot american owned ships flying f was Surpris it d that a took foreign flags be unionized so Long three be Quot letter to Nikita hints . May resume blasts Washington map a the United states blamed the soviet Union saturday for the deadlock in negotiations for the deadlock in negotiations for a nuclear weapons test ban and said it cannot continue indefinitely its self imposed ban on such tests. I his was in effect president Kennedy reply to a memorandum handed to him by soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev at their Vienna conference two weeks ago although the . Note was handled by the state department. G the United states urged Alif i of Iii Al Moscow to change its which it said Quot make it a Aall ii a Pear that the soviet Union Alff Nail if does not want an agreement i Hill in Banning nuclear weapons test ?t a assume risk the hint that the United states May renounce its Mora tractor Deal wage Scales of such Crew his Advent to movies came men Are lower than on Amer at 8 of Quot rumble for he an Jean Flag ships Era when rued presence in a the unions contend the prac Leadin Man Asmo re Imp a lice of hiring foreign Crews and j"8&Quot a Quot of quote books he under foreign flags is depriving really admitted that be was 1 United states seamen of jobs. 8 pretty boy and refused to the operators hold that the d8rk,�?n1 is a a already Rray practice is necessary to com Pete with european vessels Winch also have wage Scales lower than the american. Recommend revamping of us. Financial setup a journal times photo summer to near a saturday was a Day languishing on North pier fish line in hand and sail boats within View. The tem Chicago up it a a group of Indianapolis residents sat a thorium on nuclear weapons urday asked the 7th . Arresting was expressed this Way cult court of appeals to halt in the note delivered to the negotiations by a private Citi soviet foreign ministry Zens committee for release of a ofor almost three years the some 1.200 prisoners captured United states has been willing in the ill fated invasion of to assume the risk of not test Cuba. Ing nuclear weapons without the court petition asked in the certainty that the soviet effect that atty. Gen. Robert Union has likewise stopped its Kennedy be ordered to put a testing. Halt to negotiations of the a the National Security and Quot tractors for Freedom com defences of the free world do Mitteer with prime minister for not allow this risk to be As Fidel Castro of Cuba on a sued ?� Swap of tractors for prisoner. Under pressure demands enforcement the committee headed by . Officials questioned Pesature hit 80 saturday about the meaning of this is Heanor Roosevelt or. But with summer to official language refused to say whether Kennedy has reached a de Washington up ing in his 30s. Stock companies a private commission with in the the role of Cochise in Quot Bro Pressie credentials saturday and Ken arrows was the making of urged scores of major changes Curran told newsmen after him but it was also a draw in the country to financial manic meeting that operators Back. Though he played a Vari Chinery. One Eye catching pro Quot made it Clear to us insofar As Ety of parts producers and postal give the president they were concerned they the Public alike continued to standby authority to Cut taxes the economic times would not bargain with us in think of him largely in terms in a recession. How it would work on the Federal Reserve Board magically increase or lower the Treasury Banks savings Basic tax according to Chang loan associations insuring economic conditions. Less we removed the foreign of the stolid Indian chief. Ance private pension funds the commission was created Farmers and Home buyers. By the committee for eco the most striking idea was nomic development a Bush that of adjusting taxes to fit Ness supported research group Here is is chairman was Frazar a Wilde chairman of the con Start at 10 30 a m. Wednesday hotter weather May be on the Way. Czechs protest spy charge the 20-Mcmber commission Milton Eisenhower and Walter Reuther the action asserted vision to renounce the present Kas been violating the Logan voluntary moratorium. Act Welch forbids treating by the president is known to it v a . Citizen with be under pressure from some Oren pm wars the ult specs members of Congress and some f Cal Gay demanded enforcement military and other officials to of by 1 a san a resume the testing of weapons r1ob, Kennedy was named As soon As possible. As Pendant in the mandamus at the time negotiations for actl0n brought by Alfye Mem a test ban started almost three bar or up named citizens to years ago. This country and ii lock tractors for Castro. Flag Issue from the ?t Chandler started his fell off horse drawn Mower Burlington Man 73, killed acting on Money and credit made Public a 282-Page report climaxing nearly three years of Effort on a budget of $1.3 million provided by the Ford Union separately moratoriums on quote Castro Richard Allen. 22, a member in the event of a recession next Cut general life insure i United nations not in soviet the president could Cut the Ance co., Hartford. Czechoslovakia a twas i announced first bracket income tax rate members of the groups were. Oatly Drav t h t such testing. A number of . Of the Indianapolis group said by a maximum of 25 per from the top Levels to t f officials have voiced scepticism he Hopes the appeals court he thus could drop the rate of banking business labor de a that the soviet Union has and will Rule upon the petition by to in to 15 per cent from the present location and the professions. Rim Saint a p a i n a t us hered to its announcement. Monday or tuesday. Foundation. The report will be20 per cent or to any Point in the commission has no of f p even the mph tin the u so note Al used t0 this astr0 a it Haj ast week to a presented to the White House Between fical status. However three a a a it b situation in accusing Moscow a group of . Negotiators in communist state no longer q trying �?zt0 chop of off a the Havana that he would agree to tractors in presented to the White House Between. On monday. Congress would have 60 members resigned earlier this _ _ a 73 year old Burlington deputies said it appeared that this was the most compre Days in which to veto such to take important posts in k negotiations at Geneva by pro take i too farm to a Fig Iii mph Uius a it Mcmich Nii hmm the a Muir pensive study of Money and move and reduction would he the Kennedy administration. Yah it nosing that they should be Stead of the our g Man was killed saturday when Mangold fell from the Mower no naive study of Money he fell from a horse drawn while he was operating it. The Credd since 1911, when a con Mower into the sickle bar. Sickle Cut off his right Arm. Gressional commission issued a the body of the Man John deputies said it appeared the report which led to the Crea Mangold of 401 Edward st., team of horses had continued Tion of the Federal Reserve Burlington was found by his on around the Field and then system. Son William Mangold in a returned to the barn. The son found the body when Hay Field on the Sony to farm shortly after noon saturday. The farm is located 2 Miles Southwest of Burlington on born. Highway 36 in Walworth Walworth county most striking while the present group pro be went to find out Why the posed nothing so earthshaking horses had returned to the virtually All of its 87 recommendations would entail in Coroner portent departures from past county. I John Greibel ruled the death practices. Walworth county sheriff to accidental. The recommendations touch move. Any reduction would be3he Kennedy limited to six months but Henry h. Fowler who was Par posing that they should he Stead of the duo giant construct the complaint charged the merged into general disarm Tion tractors he originally de could be renewed subject Ocul arly Active As a commis United states was trying to ment talks. Again to a congressional Vela Stoner now in under Secretary expel czechoslovak a Oak Over again in a runaway Boom if the the Treasury Miroslav Narva inc because handed. The cuban Premier also insisted that the . Understand Host of decisions faces new school Board president Felt inflation was get Long awaited by govern Quot and refused to become an of that were done. The note he Exchange was not Ransom Ting out of hand he could in meat leaders and the financial american spy. The United said we would have to Start hut a United states payment crease the 20 per cent to a Community the report is cer states retorted that Narva inc All Over again. 0f indemnity for damage maximum of 25 per cent. Bain to receive careful study was a spy for Czechoslovakia. The delay in reaching a test cussed by the recent invasion one step beyond Many influential quarters. Diplomats said that within a Quot 1� e backed by the . Central in going one step beyond this cite goals hour after the communist pro a emotions a Quot of the com Tell hence agent idea the commission urged All the commission recon test reached Hammarskjold lie ban negotiations that government try to devise emendations Are aimed at re told the czechoslovak Dele a b7nnnnobe�kmthtte t Henson some formula that would turn to Page 2. Cd. 2 Tion he was working on it per union�8, att Mpung to 1 spokesman for the Czecho cd Nti nue 8 situation in which slovak Mission reported that it United states adepts an got a note from Hammarskjold Friday saying he was taking charge of a . Study of the Racine area weather turn to Page 2, col. I fair and slightly Wanner today. Partly Cloudy with scattered Thunder Sho Wen and turning cooler monday. By Norman Monson journal Timet staff five year limit applying to such taking Steps to provide i things As standardized use of Library and health services for the new unified school textbooks and curriculum. He Rural school children. District s population and 15,500 housed on the third floor of Lac counsellor and third rank a ?7r.fr�nf a Pelt of its students. I the City Hall. City officials ing member of the Mission ?/�/0-Rour Raiv after nine school commis have said More office space is the spokesman also said the Karachi. Pakistan a hoi to v.44. Ainu a Viz. Nov a / i i ail Lur Illel iwo noun was. Case revolving around Narva austrian group limbs High today Low 80�?. Low tort i g h t Low 60�?. West to Southwest winds 12 to 20. It it Board will have its hands full foresees action by the Hoard the merger of 24 common sinners Are elected at Large needed for City operations. . Story on the affair was a six member austrian sex with the Job of getting Organ sooner on other matters such school districts in Eastern raised after it is elected on june As Eine county with the City of 27 and it May be three to five years before educational opportunities Are fairly uniform in City and Rural areas according to George Hnilicka county us providing kindergarten Racine will take place june 26 classes in Rural areas. Establishing a bus transportation system. Placing 600 Rural seventh and and will include 20,000 Public school students in a 90-Square mile area. The largest single set of Perl pendent of schools and eighth graders in a Junior High standards now in use in the Secretary of an advisory group on unification. Hnilicka sees the three to school. Adopting a uniform teacher pay scale for the entire District District has been those of the City school system which includes about 80 per cent of the from a Field of 26 candidates with am the old school Dis self contradictory the Board will organize name tracts dissolved the unified in this Section its own officers and then appoint a superintendent. John Prasch City Public school superintendent is under contract until dec. 31, 1963. The new Board May soon District As an operating and taxing entity will be free of the fiscal control of any municipal world . And state news body As the common school pages 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, la districts Are now but unlike edition successfully c o n a queued 24,278-foot m o t Ghent in the Eastern Karakoram Range on june 4, it was officially announced saturday. The successful attempt was on the fifth attempt. On the the Racine school Board which face the problem of finding a has been dependent upon the new Headquarters for the school administrative staff now i tuns to Page 3� Cal 3 local news. Pages 4, 8 Peak in the Western i Adah american heritage. Page 7 editorial Pago is area of Kashmir. All members of the team Are Safe and Good health. Elsewhere in state fair and a Little warmer in South portion. Partly Cloudy a Little warmer with scattered thundershowers Likely in North today. Monday partly Cloudy and cooler North. Scattered Thunder Sho w e r s and cooler South. High today Low 80�?s Southeast to upper in 80 s Northwest. Low tonight i in 60�?

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