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

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25 Jun 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 25, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Taf frail the Racine journal times vol. 32, to. 25.Racine, wis., sunday june 25, 1961 72 ?"5 ?"20 cents Castro delegates arrive in Florida Goldberg eyes maritime strike captives to Tell to decide if the Law needed to Feal Washington of pm strike end. The newest state is members on Goldberg s truce Struc Tive a Curran said Quot if the key West Fla. A i pm president Kennedy saturday running out of food and its plan but with advice from president would use his pow an immigration service of initiated Steps toward invoking Sut rant pineapple exports Curran to turn it Down said a ers to persuade the ship own Facer Saj j saturday con. or us a to. U.,. Are p,l,n8 up Taft Hartley injunction might ers to bargain in Good ?� # ,. Taft Hartley Law halt in new York Joseph cur Only Lead to a worse strike aft-1 Lack of Good Faith has also a tree a ,0 prisoner who the crippling maritime strike ran head of the National Mari or an 80-Day injunction expires been Laid to the unions by the arrived from Cuba saturday heiress is 3 million fuss ends new York a i pm wedding Bells rang out a Happy end saturday to a Sharp difference of opinion Between a spirited Young heiress and her father Over the disposition of her $3.8 million Trust fund. The heiress blonde Diana Cullom Davis 22, was married to John Means Spencer a history teacher in the presbyterian Church at fashionable Scarborough in suburban Westchester county. Her father investment banker Shelby Cullom Davis gave her away. The smiling father was a Dif Ferent Man from the one who earlier this month denounced his daughter for Quot unreasonable selfishness after she refused to sign away the Trust fund. $4,000 investment he had wanted to give the Money to his Alma mater. Princeton University. He started the fund for his daughter with a $4,000 investment at her birth. Davis declared at the time that she did not need the Money because she had Quot an assured $30,000-a-year income for life and a $100,000 Cash ?� Diana countered that her father Quot began making trouble about the Trust fund because he disapproved of her engagement to Spencer an instructor at the Harrow school in new Lebanon . Came on Mayflower Davis to forbears came Over on the Mayflower. So did spen cer s. Also the Groom is a Dis Tant relative of sir Winston Churchill. The daughter branded her father to attitude Quot victorian a and said she would dispose of the Money philanthropic ally but in her Way. A family conference finally brought about Quot an amicable agreement a the family lawyers said adding Quot the interests of All parties including Princeton will be ?� a decision is expected Mon time Union which is polling its Day. Kennedy assigned Sec. Of i a Bor Arthur j. Goldberg to Survey strike effects Over the weekend in order to make a determination whether the nation to health or safety is in peril. That is a judgment which the Law says the president must reach before invoking Taft Hartley emergency provisions allowing an 80-Day court in Junction against continuation of the strike now in its ninth Day. It would be late this week in any Case before an injunction could be obtained. Was disappointed Goldberg in charge of the Quot it would be a lot More con shippers. But no Trace of the squabble was evident saturday As the v 19-year-old blonde from by Bride wearing a White gown Perior was chosen saturday and carrying a bouquet of Pale night As Wisconsin to Alice in yellow roses arrived breath Dairyland for 1961. Lessly a few minutes late for miss Anderson a student at the ceremony performed by the Stephens Junior College in Rev. Roger Huber. Missouri won Over a Field of the couple left after a re 20 girls in the finals of the map wire photo Joan Engh of la Crosse i960 a malice in Dairyland kissed the 1961 Winner Carol Anderson left. Coed 19, wins 61 Alice title Marshfield ?" Picaro Jean Anderson a state strike situation for Kennedy. Caption for a honeymoon at an undisclosed location. Contest sponsored by the Wisconsin department of agriculture. Sam chosen to represent the wis Navy commissions Conslyn do vision of the Amer. Missile destroyer can Dairy Assn. In the National Poston up the Navvy to Princess Competition was Mary Margaret Louis 19, newest guided missed destroyer Ruth and Center. She is a Sampson was commissioned student at la Crosse state saturday at the Boston naval College. Shipyard and joined the United the 20 finalists named Carol states Fleet. Joy Olson 20, of Madison the 3,370 ton ship the third a miss ?� she is a Stu to be named after rear adm. Dent at the University of wis William t. Sampson hero of Consin at Madison. The Spanish american War was built at the Bath Iron washed out the grand Parade of works corp., Bath Maine. Her the Alice festival in the after keel was Laid in March 1959. Noon. Doctor s plane blows up in air four Are killed Ltd Shirley Hurley 50. Were with Newark Ohio a private plane exploded Over in surgeon nearby Rural land saturday. The plane lost a Wing in the a explosion and spiralled into an plunged to Earth and its four overgrown pasture area a occupants from Muncie ind., cording to witnesses of the were killed. Crash a mile West of Freedonia told reporters he was naturally disappointed that the maritime unions had rejected his earlier plan for a 60-Day strike truce during which a White House panel would recommend a solution. But he said he was not criticizing anybody. The labor Secretary counsel j or the steelworkers Union in fighting former president Dwight d. Eisenhower to 1959 Taft Hartley Law injunction that ended a 116-Day steel strike said the administration will have no hesitancy in invoking the Law now. Making it Clear he Isno to sympathetic with the Law to provisions Goldberg said however that it is the Law and will be enforced if National health or safety is endangered. Ken Nedy voted against the Law in Congress. A your Plain duty a whether we like it or not this is our Plain duty a Goldberg said. The strike although taking a toll of millions in lost revenues daily has not hit yet with full Impact. Over 150 transports and passenger vessels Are tied up at docks but the remaining 800 ships of the . Merchant Marine Are plying the High seas. This is the height of the shipping season. Goldberg started his study with an urgent plea from the hawaiian islands for a Quick or. Anson Hurley 51, flying about to Miles Northwest of from Muncie to in Licking county. No to attend an american the bodies of a woman and medical Assn., convention in a boy were found in the new York was one victim. Wreckage the Man a few it l0ca i views. Pages 6, 8 or. Hurley to wife Betty 34 away and the other woman 200> Bill 12, and a sister in Law i Yards away. Editorial Page 22 trap. A journal times photo family dedication mrs. Herbert f. Johnson assists Lier granddaughter Karen Henrietta Keland unveil the plaque dedicating the former Al f. Johnson Home Wingspread As Headquarters for the Johnson foundation in Racine. For Story and additional pictures on the dedication ceremonies see Page 6. In this Section world . And state news turned into death trap by storm Bay claims lives of five children a will be paroled in the United states for an indefinite ?� Louis t. Gidel area supervisor for the u. S. Immigration service said the prisoners will remain under his jurisdiction a ofor reason of their personal ?� their Mission assigned by cuban prime minister Fidel Castro was to explain his position in the tractors for prison ers affair to the american Public. The prisoners lined the upper deck of the Small Costa rican freighter Arenal and waved to a crowd of about 200, Many of whom were their relatives As the ship tied up. Ignored disbanding the crowd was on a neighbouring pier having been barred from the . Coast guard station where the ship docked. In sending the prisoners to the United states Castro had ignored the disbanding of the tractors for Freedom committee which said his rejection of its latest offer Quot has made impossible a realization of our humanitarian ?� Castro Friday turned Down the committee to offer of 500 tractors mostly Small farm machines and said he stood by his original demand of 500 bulldozers. He said he would Send the to prisoners to the United states to explain his position. Report on Call against this background there was a report of a Telephone conversation by a relative of one of the prisoners in Miami we Tith another relative in Cuba in which Castro was quoted As having said that his greatest desire was to bring i the negotiations to a fruitful j conclusion. As the prisoners were and turn to Page 2, col. 4 pulls Miner s body from collapsed Shaft Petros Tenn. A Pic Rescue workers late saturday dragged the body of Charlie five children ranging from 3 the children Are adequately us00a a Chocta Ohatchee to 7, have drowned in the 50 per Vised by adults while in the Foj a est Quot where the and to Eglin air Force base Fla. A up Bay normally is Only 3 feet foot wide b since thursday. Bay area. They also suggested trapped Fri of that the children use the base pages 2, 3, 4, 8, to 13 deep and is a favorite recreation spot for children of air Force families who live nearby. Buses cars collide on Turnpike 38 Hurt Newark n j. A up a thirty eight persons were injured saturday when two buses and two cars were involved in a collision Over the Passaic River on the new Jersey Turnpike. The wreck occurred about three Miles North of Newark Airport backing up traffic for three Miles on the Busy Highway. Folice gave this account an unidentified motorists to car was stalled in the right hand northbound Lane. A car driven by Charles Forkas 43, in front of a chartered petals. Nine were admitted. Of driven by 43-year-old John of Bath a. Bus driven by Gerald Ravelin the nine Only Francis j. Stew Maass of Philadelphia stopped at that Point a fourth Driver 29, of new Brunswick. Art 55, of Belmont calif., w As behind the stalled car. His car swerved into the Middle Ravelin slowed up and was listed in serious condition. Day afternoon. The other two men presumed dead were still pinned behind the massive Heap of debris and Rock. Gentry d. Hunt a Miner was hit in the rear by a Carl Lane from the right directly Georgia judge names negro to voting Post Darien a. it a a h. Durrence of Claxton who Southeast Georgia judge has said be believes the right to i u. A to u j vote a ois almost sacred made what is believed to Bej Durrence named Chester a the first appointment of a evil Lars principal of a negro negro to a county Board of High school at Darien to a four voter registration in Georgia year term As a member of the the appointment was made Mcintosh county registration Able Molly ?� by Superior court judge Henry j Board. I of the 38 brought to hos officials said the recent swimming Pool which is us storm apparently shifted the per Vised by lifeguards. But a recent subtropical Bottom forming pockets. Storm has turned it into a death washes and areas up to 5 feet president flies deep. Brother died viral incl hom6 who found Kennedy said his the latest victim of the Sud crushed body was doubled up Denly treacherous water was Middleburg \ a. A Ltd Jon his Knees As if he w Ere 3-year-old Paula Olds. She died president Kennedy flew to his praying saturday after being found late country Home near Here Satur Friday in the Bay behind her Day for a weekend of recupera Home. Her 4-year-old brother Tion from his double health1 David we tas one of two children troubles a a Back Strain and who drowned Friday. A sudden virus attack. The Bay lies behind a group two helicopters left the of housing developments on the White House and landed on Racine area weather struck from behind by a Trail a. Ways bus driven by Samuel w.-. Wilson 24, of Woodbridge. By Guidl Wilson was pinned in the wreck for 40 minutes. Raveling to bus was chartered by 41 women of the St. Mary to Cathedral Rosary and altar society of Trenton. They were on their Way to new York to see the musical Quot the unlink tuesday in the newly created unified school District East of interstate 94 will pick nine members for the unified school Board. For information on voting hour and sketches of the candidates see Page 12. Unum in ii t in tuna unum Nim Nim Racine area fair today and monday base. The area is not normally thigh ground just above glen5 supervised by lifeguards an Ora. The Kennedy to air Force spokesman said but estate. Children s parents Are supposed repo ners believed Kennedy to accompany them while did n0, use has crutches for at rented his today Upp a 10 Low tonight near 50. Light West to Northwest winds today. Swimming. Safety checks Eglin officials urged All Par least the first several Yards of his walk to the House mrs. Kennedy and Lemoyne ends to make safety checks of Billings of new York an old All areas for the washes and Friend accompanied the presi depth changes and to sea that Dent. Wisconsin fair today and monday. Warmer in the afternoons. High today 74-80. Low tonight 47-55. The tact Roc in in Mug it i u Ai met 1 a a a a

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