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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 09, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine vol. 31, no. 25. Racine wis., sunday october 9, 1960 86 ?"6 ?"20 Centi Nikita foresees1 i j lands in Chicago i Chic ago up a King Fred Erik in and Queen Ingrid of Denmark flew into Chicago saturday night for a two Day visit during their nationwide tour. The Royal couple arrived from san Francisco by Jet the loan of president Eisenhower. They were greeted at Midway Airport by mayor Richard j. Daley and danish Consul general Ole Bernhard Olsen among other dignitaries. New Summit sets departure Glen Cove n. Y. A a a soviet Premier Khrushchev saturday night held Forth the Prospect of a Summit meeting with the next american president despite preconditions already set during the current Campaign by both presidential aspirants. Khrushchev likened the Campaign speeches of both vice pres. Richard m. Nixon and sen. John f. Kennedy to Mere words to be tossed into a garbage pail once the election is Over. Khrushchev to aides revealed that the Premier will leave for Home by Jet plane next thurs Day night. Iell state department Hie aides formally notified Tup . State department sat portent for her to get to know urday night of the departure the people a mrs. Pat Nixon dal personally greeted 1.200 per Khrushchev reported at his sons in a receiving line Satur after the election she will he publican women and volunteers inn i eve weekend i treat Day at the Racine Myca. Part of the team and will have for Nixon officials greeted her that he would Fly to Moscow. Republican presidential to carry out the Many duties while about 75 persons but state department of to candidate to wife was still i she has such As official Host watched. Miss Elizabeth darn rial said if he does he will various and showed no signs Ess. Son of Racine gave her a Cor stay in Moscow Only briefly 0f fatigue after the handshake Campaign a Oas team Sage of yellow Fuji mums in i Ause he plan 8� on t0 my and Exchange of greetings a tor 14 years we the always the name of the Racine county i Wnm nist North k0, a in the warm crowded gym a campaigned As a ?� she federation of Republican worn King scheduled Goodwill visit. Spurn posed for More pie said she would continue Camen. Sponsors of the reception. Khrushchev in commenting Tures without touching up her paining through election Day. On the . Refusal saturday to makeup and gave rapid fire an the poised and smiling a Sec discuss the Issue of member votes to Shelve Issue of red China mrs. Pat Nixon presides at Racine reception. By Mildred Freese i our a by Impi staff because she feels it is in �?�1 feel it is important for a twin engine plane which had woman to Campaign with her flown directly from washing husband even for office on a ton. Local level. It is important for mayor Jack h. Humble Wel her to get to know the people corned her to the City. Wearing As Well As he does because a Pat for 1st lady buttons. Re reporters _ ,. Swers at a 10-minute press con ship for the red China regime s id Russia s world position is mrs is Dixon told determined not by . Votes but a a by the Economy of the soviet ?� resident Eisenhower a whom Khrushchev has refused to meet with except under conditions unacceptable to the White House and Nixon and Kennedy have declared they will not Confer with the soviet chief unless Advance negotiator s at the diplomatic level show prospects of a fruitful meeting. In indicating that he expects to be Able to meet with the next american president regardless of Campaign preconditions being set by both Nixon and Kennedy Khrushchev said he was accepting an Unidenti-1 lied americans advice that Tampa Ign talk by american politicians is something to be thrown a a into the garbage pail once the election is Over. Did no to see debate i he russian Premier said he did not tune in on Friday nights Nixon Kennedy television debate because Al am interested in better spectaculars than ?� Khrushchev added a a i prefer it the question of watching a comedy comes up something like Gogol to Nikolai Vasilievich a the inspector ?t a he spoke to newsmen for 15 minutes Al the non grilled Gateway to the soviet to 37 acre Glen c Ove luxury estate where he is spending the weekend. Hie Kremlin Boss said the communists Are not by worried about their . Setback Over the Issue of feed China membership. A Owona to worry a even if i hey voted to expel us a Khrushchev said a owe won t w Orry Over the position in the w orld is not determined by the Way in which the voting in the . Runs hut by the Economy of the soviet ?� and he said the United a Oit is a Joy Ond lady of the land arrived 1,1 a second speech. Mrs. Promptly at 2 . At Horlick Nix a Sald Quot ii a a w to be Racine Airport in a chartered turn to Page 6, col. 4 vice pres. Nixon greeted Deborah de Noyes 8, who held Lier cat Nixie when she met the Republican presidential candidate at the Milwaukee Airport saturday. Also shown Are Vince Mercurio Milwaukee county gop chairman left and sen. Alexander Wiley re is. A wire photo of Dick woos . Says Cuba buzzed sub Victory margin is closest yet 56% Back . United nations , map a for the 10th straight year but by the closest margin yet the . General Assembly voted saturday to bypass the Issue of red China s claim to membership. Only 56 per cent of the members supported the . Demand that the Issue be shelved. This compared with 85 per cent at the Peak of support for Tho . Position in 1952. The progressive decline in the . Margin raised a serious question of How Long american officials could fend off membership of a piping regime ruling 650 million chinese. Uphold committee saturday to vote was 42-34 to uphold the Assembly to steering committee which had voted to Shelve the Issue for the duration of this session. There were 22 abstentions. One member nation the Congo Leopold Ville is not yet seated. The vote had been tensely awaited As a new barometer of the relative strength of the soviet and Western blocs. Attention was riveted on the newly Independent african states just admitted to the . Most of them there Are 16 new african members at this session Clung to Independent positions and abstained from voting. Ghana and Guinea As usual supported the soviet. T. Proposal. And the newest Mem e her Nigeria voted in favor of Washington United states said saturday a in 1959, when there were 82 Navy submarine was buzzed in an aggressive manner by a cuban fighter plane just 28 Miles members in the Assembly the vote was 44 by bypass 29 m i i Waukee voters Mally protested to the cuban 22 abstentions this year with 22 Absten Milty Aukee a a it a vice stood inside the barricades nf1t�rthsrr�mewhnehr9ltions> was a Viciento the result pres. Richard m. Nixon brought , Back the crowd. Hell Fol a Zwing a bitterly ant cd Ould have been a communist his presidential Campaign sat Nixon Drew one of his big United states line to take Victory if some of these had de urday to Milwaukee and was Salut a of a afternoon m Diate Steps to prevent such child reeled by a crowd of 8.000 at when he ?uch�1 on Giacon incidents in the future Tea Quot dle Quot sin s unset football Victory Over ,.in had Little expectation in Amati Airport reception. I he buzzing was said to have Vance that its it t0 get the among those standing at the Ary interrupted his opening remarks to announce.11 i. A Quot do have persisted for 37 occurred about midday i riday j85ue hip a Wembly pc 0r for full debate would succeed but of Quot Quot 01 f1�"� the final to the. To Greet him was the states crowd which bad nol heard a a a a a bad to Quot 1b�? Seal the russians could claim a vie Richard Kozel to son of or. And mrs Marvin Kocl of 670 Osborne blvd., said he to Quot love to come to dinner Quot at the Nixon House when he comes to Washington in a few weeks. Balao and an unarmed in senior Republican senator. Al Nobou Cemen Bra sukh an 1,1 he taxed a re 1 expander Wilcy. And a Small. It in oved the u. S sub Maidic a United states the vote As a Indica peaceful non of u.$. Policy. In. 8. Who Currier in i . Ambassador James j. Expander Wiley and a Small. V. Great shout and applause Milwaukee girl with a new cat. Hie girl is Deborah de nov la v be pm Deal Vald to a it plane engaged e tilt be be was Piug gig for Maneu vers. De Gaul in urges unified Europe received a cat from the Nixon family. Polite but reserved the area immediately front of Nixon packed by a Polit audience that included both the not Able to do when the bad turn to Page 2, col. 4 . 11111111111111111111111 11 1111 it 111111111111 immediately in its plane was other highlights the but reserved Annecy France a up a of Mankind who Are beset by but this role must he its own states according to american pre. Charles de Gaulle Satur hunger. J a of mean a he said a that Young and the old. The Chil economists is marking time Day urged the unification of a othe flame of this Hearth France must preserve her per Dren seemed to dominate the economically while the com Europe As a Means of bringing must not he dispersed or it Sonai Ity her responsibly and scene As they waved their Nix Monist world is speeding ahead new nations of Africa and Asia will ?� her soul. She must not allow on banners. A group of Young at a great Pace a within the Camp of the non de Gaulle said France must anyone to Lay Down the Law to girls dressed in White blouses Khrushchev first laughed off communist world. Play its role in a difficult ?� ired sweaters and Blue skirts a a of comedy Friday night to de Gaulle who is on a Swinge of the political scene suddenly Blair said a cd Wadsworth said the vote ban sea fury fighter a that the United states ish made propeller Type plane to icy to keep re j China out dived on them and a Omade re of the United nations in Light pealed Low passes in an a 0f red China to aggressive and Gressie ?� warlike behaviour continues to he term the planets actions the support of the major unwarranted and provocative Ity of the world ?� sen. Kennedy Campaign Blair said the incident took Page 12. Place 28 Miles Southwest of More on the Nixon Kennedy key West in an area regularly television radio debate Page used by the Navy for training 13. Police kill 6 african rioters in South Rhodesia Happy newlyweds As to debate Between Nixon and through the French Alps Kennedy. Described Europe As a �?ohearth1 for that reason he said he of civilization whose flame did not bother to watch the must unite or perish. Nationally televised debate. But. As before he emphasized Salisbury Southern riots broke out after a White worked under police in Mem till the National aspect of Intra rho do a police opened Motorist knocked Down an of european co operation by say african rioters in the Focan the township. Sis i us of re saturday the inc Dent to aids tand Kwacha r free door a rids Ltd is of a Quot Quot a Quot Dpi a a larger grouping night. They reported six sparked off riots in which Afri battling police who tried to in jeeps arrested several Dis Groes were killed and dozens cans set fire to buildings and contain the violence. Strict police commissioners and injured. Stoned cars and police. Array reservists were three of the ministers in the exercises. The spot was said to be More than 60 Miles from the nearest cuban coastline. With the end of president Eisenhower to eight years in the White House drawing near a news paper Enterprise Assn. Staff great task to accomplish. A of refer in particular a he protect briefly mutinied against their go scooting away lion. Officers saturday to enforce rioters ran wild through the demands. Townships chanting Congo stores were gutted and loot out to support police Leopold Ville provincial govern san Francisco a ta4�?" motor scooters Are popular in san Francisco but when Charles a. Welch 37, a Steelworker put his new Bride on the Back of his Scooter to go to his wedding reception saturday a few Wrin a. Ray Loxley has �?�1 Rerer in ,. Summed up the achieve said a Oto the unification of in this sectioned. Rioters set fire to Beer Halls from capital 0f Southern men and held them for three eyebrows were raised ments and setbacks of the Europe. Because Europe is word us Pmj Sute Joe we in own township and Rhodesia. Hours in a Fungula police bar a eve got a car a Cai Eisenhower years. Tile first the principal Hearthstone of of his three part series he modern civilization. Gins today on Page 12, Sec a Othis civilization is one Hon 3. Sought by the entire world and in particular by the two billion Page 2, 5, 8, 9, 12, is local news Page 6 american heritage Page 3 editorial Page is burned them to the ground. Cars on All roads to Harare Leopold Ville police and Highfield another african stage Brief Mutiny township West of Salisbury were stoned. Fire fighter Leopold Ville the Congo a Cav Leopold Ville City police said the bridegroom a but i prefer the Scooter for City ?� before gawking onlookers they putted away from the turn to Pago 2, col i Church. Racks. The arrested officials were released on a Promise to seek. I St India i ads fight India a leading nation among turn to Page 2, col. I Racine area weather fair today and tonight becoming partly Cloudy monday. A Little warmer today and monday. High today mid 60s, Low tonight Low 50. Light variable winds becoming South to Southeast to to 15 Miles an hour this afternoon. Elsewhere in state fair today and tonight becoming partly Cloudy monday. Warmer West and Central portions today and East and South monday. High today from upper 60s extreme East to upper 70s extreme West. Low tonight 4 to we so

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