The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on August 2, 1959 · Page 12
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August 2, 1959

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 12

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Whites, Negroes Hurl Rocks |Coiumnists Daughter ' ^ Asks Court tor Divorce in Brooklyn Racial Flareup These maps forecast the probable rainfall and temperatures for the next 30 days. NEW YORK ~(>P)— Racial tension over Negroes moving into a predominantly white neighborhood in Brooklyn erupted Saturday into rock hurling by white and Negro youths. The district attorneys office said some two dozen white boy.1. shouting epithets, threw rocks that smashed windows in a Bushwick section tenement that has Negroes among new tenants. One white youth allegedly attempted to set the place afire with gasoline. Five Negro youths hurled rocks from the rooftops at the whites in retaliation. An off-duty transit authority patrolman, Joseph Ruggiero, who happened to be pa.s9ing, fired a warning shot which halted the outbreak. More than dozen other police arrived a short time later. Police took about 15 youths into custody. The sound of breaking glass under t h e barrage of rocks aroused the neighborhood. A witness told police that in the midst of the disturliance one white youlJi .splashed a can of gasoline against the fourstoryj dwelling and set fire to the fuel. Most of the gasoline spilled to the sidewalk and the building did not catch fire. COAL TRANSPORT A train of 30,000 cars—long enough to extend from New; ^-«"o'""ey general in charge York City to Richmond. Va.—anti-tru.st prosecution, is needed to (ran.sport bitumin- The couple married in 1947, ous coal from mine to market Mrs. Arnold, 32, said they sep- each day. iarated April 15, 19.58. LOS ANGELES —{/?)— Mrs. Ellen P. Arnold, daughter of Washington columnist Drew Pearson, has sued her husband, George, for divorce. She cliarges cruelty. She asked court approval of| a settlement by which they agree to divide community property and providing for support of her and their three children, Andrew, 11; George Jr., 8, and Joseph, 5. Arnold, .37, is a Los Angeles lawyer and the son of Thurman Arnold, onetime assistant Worker Finds VA Checks Mixed Up with Waste Paper MINNEAPOLIS —(A>)— Workers at the Gl Insurance Center at suburban Fort Snelling are seeking to unravel a snafu involving a thousand cubic feet of waste paper. The Veterans Administration office processes some jnillion premium payments a month from formei- soldiers in 12 states. Somehow, a batch of un opened letters containing checks got mixed in with the waste and was carted off to a paper company. The miscue was discovered by a workman feeding the waste into a shredder when he turned up 17 unopened letters. The VA ordered the entire batch of waste paper returned and put a crew to work combing through it. The spokesman said checks usually average $8 to $10, He expressed confidence none had gone through the shredder because they are fed into it one at a time. LONG LEASE ' The United States has a 99- year lease on naval and air bases in Newfoundland, Bermuda, the Bahamas, Jamaica, Antigua, St. Lucia, Trinidad and British Guiana. SHREWD buyers finance their new cars at / $ •4saUIEJ> SHE Member M.LO. Journal-Times Want Ads Bring Results India's Reds Order Demonstrations to Protest Ouster of Kerala's Regime NEW DELHI. India — (i^>) — India's Communist Party Saturday ordered its followers to stage nationwide demonstrations protesting the central government's ouster of the Red regime in Kerala. saying the Kerala government was unable to rule in accordance with the nation's constitution. Calls it "Outrage" A joy Ghosh, general secretary of the Communist Party. Prime Minister Nehru's gov-,called the action "an outrage ernment removed the Kerala o" constitution." regime Friday and placed the Ghosh said the party would ^outh Indian state under rule not abandon the public pledge from New Delhi until a new made last year to follow only legislature is elected. 1 constitutional methods in .seek- Indian President Rajendra; ing power. Prasad signed the proclamation decided on by Nehru's cabinet. The Communist party ordered its organi?:ations in In- Will Release Another Report of Corruption in Teamsters WASHINGTON —^J^— TheiDorfman and Teamster Presi- Senate Rackets Committee will dent James R. Hoffa. release a new report on evils Committee Counsel Robert It claims to have found iniF. Kennedy said the report con- union-employer relations be-tains no recommendations as to ^ fore the House starts hammer- the detailed form remedial '^'•Imitt'inij 'new" election^^ I . . i _u^_ uMi jjj,^ legislation should take. ' ing out a labor bill. Chairman John L. McClellan (D-Ark) said Saturday the delayed partial report on his committee's 1958 investigations will be filed with the Senate well before the end of this Committee sources said the report, to be filed probably by Wednesday, aims new barbs at Moffa. The committee already has pictured him as a consort of gangsters and has accused week. The House labor bill is;him of selling out union mem- now before the Rules Committee; floor action may be taken late in the week. bers. Hoffa vigorously denies the allegations. Committee members said The Rackets Committee re-jthere was no significance to port was described in advanceithe timing of the report. They as featuring more charges of'said they simply have been too u nderwor 1 d domination ofji>u.sy to write it earlier, and Teamsters Union affairs. It reportedly assails dealings of Chi cage insurance broker Allen that it was not held up through any desire to influence House debate on the labor bill. dia's 14 states to stage big pro test demonstrations Monday. Leaders said they would be peaceful. The Indian parliament begins a new session in New Delhi Monday and the Reds have scheduled a rally outside the legislature. The constitution requires that Parliament approve the action on Kerala, which wi probably he debated shortly after Parliament opens. "Regretful Step" Authoritative sources indicated the government, which has always tried to get along with the Communists inside and outside India, took the step regretfully. The action came as a result of agitation against Kerala's Communist ministry by opposition groups. The groups said they would continue efforts to paralyze the administration until the Reds resigned, per The Reds refused to quit. 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