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Winona Daily News (Newspaper) - August 8, 1960, Winona, Minnesota Cooler Generally Fair Tuesday WINONA DAILY NEWS City Traffic Box Score Accidents SETS NEW MOON AUG. 2J 105th of Publication AUGUST 8, Killed Injured o 49 46 SEVEN CENTS PER COPY Stepping U U.S EIGHTEEN PAGES MYSTERIOUS SHIPMENTS Fear Russians Setting Up Cuban Rocket Bases i WASHINGTON The magazine 1U. S. News World Report said today Soviet ships have been delivering cargoes to Havana since June 2fe. In it added that since June 18 certain areas of the in- such as the large Zapata swamp on the south have been put The number of identified Soviet technicians who reached through normal channels has doubled in the past six the article and at least 200 technicians and ad- visers known to be from the Soviet bloc are now in Crates delivered by the article are1 large to hold parts for airplanes or rockets and very special longshoremen are lowed to handle They are ed by the Russian j Hammarskjold Insists Belgians Quit Congo By MILTON BESSER UNITED U.N. Secretary-General Dag warning that the world faces the issue of peace or called today for immediate and unconditional withdrawal of forces from Ihe in- He delivered the warning in a hard-hitting speech at the opening cf an urgent meeting of the 11- Katanga nation U. N. Security Council on even say the Congo He hail asked of such a solution of the Congo for the problem is a question of peace would even say that the im- or and when saying peace mediate conclusion of the Congo ui congo ul uu mini my problem is a question of peace or lo the he he delay hesitation He called on the Council to spell cul in a resolution lhat the to all of do not hesitate to say that the speediest possible I would KATANGA DELEGATION Members of the Katanga gation meet with newsmen after arrival in United Stales to present their infant country's viewpoint to the United Nations Security From left are Joseph former minister for economic affairs of the Congo government at president of the Katanga and Jacques former vice president of the Congo government at Project Mercury Still on Schedule By VERN HAUGLAND Associated Press Aviation Writer WASHINGTON W A top space agency official said today that e Project Mercury manned satellite along the Project Mercury manned satellite program is the same time as was initially planned Despite some published reports of serious lags in Ihe program major have Dr. Abe said in an inter He is director of space flight programs for the National Aeronautics and Space Silverstein reported that inside the Mercury capsule fired from Cape July 29. worked properly even though the Atlas launching vehicle The agency stili plans to launch Mercury astronauts into flights this year and into orbits around Ihe earth next as nearly on schedule as is possible ir. any ambitious research and do Silverstein velopment Seven men are being trained for orbital flights of miles an three or more limes aroumi the at altitudes of 120 These full-scale missions will he preceded by sub- orbital test in Redstone to an altitude of 125 miles and a lance of 200 miles down from Cape Dr. Joe director of program told a National Hocket Club luncheon July 28 lhat the Mercury under way now for IS has had small Stewart said a suborbital manned flight still technically possible by Ihe end of but Ihe margin is getting a litlle What might have been a major step forward in Ihe Mercury first attempt at an night of a into a sharp setback when Ihe ex- seconds after launching July 29. Mid ihe Atlas failure was still a we recovered 95 per cent of 50 feet of got good information on he recovered all the on acceleration forces and the Everything worked inside the but K did not reach flight Silverstein said the whole cury program is on an accelerated program for war 1 do not limit my per 'A delay hesitation efforts to safeguard national or group interests now in a way lhat would hamper the would risk values greater than any of those which such action may be intended to applies to all fint of all to the one which the rily Council has addressed its personal report to the Council was delivered as various proposals were under con- sideration aimed at getting a U.N. force into Katanga Lumumba Ihe Council to send a 10- observer team into the Congo lo ensure Belgian withdrawal til Diplomatic sources said Ceylon and Tunisia probably would duce a resolution specifying that the U. N. force in the Congo will not intervene in in- ternal The aim would be to assure Ka- tanga Premier Moise says his own troops will if the U. N. forces will come that the N. force will not try lo bring the province under the control of Premier central Congo The by Ceylon and Tunisia also was expected to call for withdrawal of Belgian troops from all the to the resolution whether to submit a But was beautiful and then said in Moscow the Soviet Communist want to let you know I'm newspaper Pravda said the Congo lese wanted the Security Counci to an order lo Ihe forces for the immediate libera lion of Katanga from the Belgian The council meeting was post poned until noon today so that a ov a utf UU til t delegation from Lumumba's grandstands could Vice Pre- mier was ed lo demand lhat Ihe council send into Katanga referendum would show Katanga's people are behind Tshombe's govern govern In such a program you have He told one reporter Ka v anticipate We expected is strong Is some failures and designed the enough to beat Lumumba's which he described as at SEARCH DR. MOORE'S BELONGINGS Dr. Barbara Moore tries lo restrain Customs In- spector George from searching licr longings at San Francisco's port just after her arrival from said Ilic British marathon hiker said she had nothing lo declare hut we found s and importation of which is forbidden by California law for of plant er said she flew into a rage mill pelted the custom agents with her when they tried lo confiscate it. At left is Customs Inspector Robert Davis and in background is Customs In- spector Adrian Cuban Militia Seizes American Property Nation's Power 2nd to President Says WASHINGTON Ml President Eisenhower laid be- ore Congress a bulky program ranging from for- aid lo medical help for the aged warned against spending truth we must take to In good limes we must very least pay our he said in a message sent lo the Senate as it resumed its Tim message also be wailing for lite House il reconvenes a week In Ihe face of mil some cism that the nation's de- fenses are growing relatively in the face of Communist Ihe President insisted S. military power second o none and will be kept lhal Saying hi was taking o improve the armed he said may in military personnel and If are he he wi ask for Hut national security demands congressional action bower nnd called for ot the full foreign lie noted the By RICHARD HAVANA Armed Cuban militiamen were in full control of most of the American property in Cuba today following its ization by Fidel Castro's The revolutionary government's new retaliation against the United Slates came only a few hours be- fore the island's Roman Catholic hierarchy warned against in- creasing advance of communism in our It was the church's first official criticism of the steadily ing influence of the Communist bloc on the Castro Prime Castro and his ministers made plain that they stood firmly with the Soviet Union as an economic and military regardless of what other Latin American governments might Foreign Minister Raul Roa de- clared that Cuba would reject any resolution the Organization of Phone Threats fo Alice in Dairy I and Wis. WO Indications were that the Soviet telephoned threats to kill Umon might introduce a sin's Alice in Dairyland Joan lion of its or amendments Mary 19, of La Crosse brought her hurried departure net to authorize U.N. units to use any from a slop here Saturday under a heavy police Chief Walter Deputy Foreign Minister said an unidentified man called Vasily V. told a the police station shortly after er Sunday he had not yet decided remarked that Miss Engh chief attempted to head Miss who was slated to pear on the grandstand stage at the Wisconsin Farm Progress Days But ready so a dozen men were deployed around the slage in the up She's a plucky Later she was taken by car to an undisclosed AH of her appearances in the including one slated for were With Engh were her Mrs. Ellen Richardson of and Donald director of the State Department of The department sponsors the Alice in Dairyland said he thought Ihe threatening calls were made from a dial phone on the exposition Attempts to keep that man on the line so the calls might be traced The same man called the lion at l ter how many men you have I will still get who had made was taken oft the stage by police and escorted the She was taken to where she was of the got very said Chief she held Castro Racing Into Red U. S. Says By STANLEY WASHINGTON The brandishing its bluntest criticism of the Fidel has accused Cuba of racing into a tolled The accusation was further dence that both the States and Cuba will step inlo an historic meeting of Western Hemisphere foreign ministers next week in an unbudging The hardening of Cuban policy was made clear over the weekend as the boasting of its close link Ihe Soviet ordered Ihe seizure of most all ty in the evidence Mori of hardening may accumulate as the 21- nation Council of Organization of American Stales considers the agenda for Ihe foreign ministers meeting in San Costa Rica Aug. 15. The ministers tentatively are scheduled lo discuss be- made public by the Stale ment Sunday but given men well in advance of Castro's Thc dum had been filed earlier with career Venezuela and the the Peace Com- Can ann IViA rue can and between Ihe United Stales and Bui Cuban Minister Raul Hea has laugh at any resolution that condemns Mis government has asked for a new which would feature Cuban accusations thai the United Stales has committed economic aggression Cuba and has interfered in her internal The agenda already by an OAS will be considered here by the OAS The U.S. charges Cuba came in a 78-paga memorandum an OAS unit that will re- port to the foreign ministers only is Cuba under its revolutionary government being inlo a dictatorial political Ihe memorandum a slate in which the reins of political control in- being concentrated in hands of the Communist also laid that the danger lo Hie Ihe Americas is lo be found ihe developing military relations be 5 Will Appeal In Twin City Transit Case neys for five convicted in the fraud conspiracy case at American at its opening Aug. 1C, might adopt pro Soviet interference in th Western Ihe Soviet Union's offer lo defen Cuba against aggression could no be interference in Ihe hem sphere's internal Castro got out of a sick bed dra to announce the of million worth of American owned properly before a crowd of the American early Sunday Within hours armed began moving inlo the plants tbr included the Electric Co 300-million-dollar subsidiary o the American and Foreign Co. ot New York and the single investment in the A ranking official of the fin a reporter don't have cess to the Other major American busines es nationalized were the Cuba Telephone in which the Inle national Telephone and has a equ the Standard Oil (New Jersey about aco lo million Sinclair Oil Co. operations i worth about million an 36 sugar mil worth aboul Some of these plants had hei under Cuban government contri lor some time but bad not bee formally Castro said thai the seizure were in retaliation for hy ihe Stale made frlain he meant Pres dent Eisenhower's slash in U. imports of Cuban the seizure decree d. not extend to American bank 1 Hie 73-million-dollar Moa Bay Mining the Nicaro Nickel Processing and other smaller American enterprises i worth about 300 million in But indicated these may be taken declaring can still lake a few things more away from them The expropriated properly will me progeny win for with at 2 per cent the decree bul was doubt whether any payments will ever be WEATHER FEDERAL FORECAST WINONA AND VICINITY Partly cloudy and cooler Tuesday fair with little ature Low 55, high Tuesday 80. LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 in. 88; 60; 78; Official observations for Ihe 24 hours ending al 12 m. 84: 59; 7flj AIRPORT WEATHER Central Max. temp. 84 at 2 p.m. min. temp. 59 at 5 a.m. 80 at noon tered clouds at indicated the esses will be Judge Gunnar faid Saturday after the court jury brought in its decision he would not sentence until lawyers had 3 chance lo file for a new trial were given 15 days in winch lo do so. bond was continued for four defendants and for the Convicted of million plus fraud in connection with sale junk and equipment were Fred A. 66, president of 58, former general manager and vice dent of Ihe Harry president of American Iron and Supply Fred 39, m's son associated with the supply and Earl 03, real estate Findings ranged from one count of conspiracy against Jeffords to 12 various against ard The multiple charges included wire and mail tween Cuba and the and interstate shipment I goods obtained by ity 15 wind eler 29.93 71 appropriation for the mutual as it now is half a billion dollars un- der nation's nnd our inescapable interest in a world demand that these be Eisenhower Congress lion of for foreign aid and bul the House voted lo hold actun appropriation Senate has nol yet on the appropriation Eisenhower advised lhal he bad already taken somi actions lo conn military and Ihe Defense Department would carry ils available resources insofar as White House Press James C. said the Presi wording meant lhal some funds impounded by Eisenhower were being nnd lha Congress would be asked for more money if Hagerty estimated the impound ed amount at The President also lold the leg he 1. A 100-million-dollnr increase in flexible foreign aid funds keep America poised for developments such as those in Ib Congo where a U. S. airlift aiu other efforts were needed sudden ly and The House and Senate aid legislation now pending wout grant Eisenhower 150 million lars for this contingency 2. A lion Congress for a of aid to Latin He aske approval for fund by Ihe tim Ihc economic conference of Ih American republics in Bo Sept. 5. 3. Advance approval for a food proposal which h said will be presented to Ih General in lie said Civil rights was tb only major measure passed Congress since his May 3 legisla live message and lhal the civi rights had two major dele lions which he Congres would One deletion m civil right measure as passed by Congress was a provision Eisenhower grants hy ihe federal govern to states to help them in c: forts for desegregating A second deletion was a provi sion lor statutory authority for Ih Government Contracts Committe which seeks lo avoid racial 6is crimination on work done on gov In listing again all the measure he bad asked in and re questing action on Eisen hower said he had special com menl on legislation an assistance to depressed As to a farm to deal with Ihe wheat Eisenhower said Congress has refused to accept m recommendations and upon unrealistic programs which of 1 have He repented what he has sai if Congress works 01 some different approach from hi ideas and keeps it th 1 will approve Congress should provide Ihe constructive remedie for agriculture so long and so u gently he At for aid to depressed area Eisenhower five years in a row I ha recommended iru I no lOice but lo Ihe legislation ie Congress did pass session would have Ibc money away la here il was not needed and on would nol have those in need of new assistance ilh administration was immediately alter my It would channel more help inlo stricken areas than uy previous measure lo acl will deny help or months to Human dis- ress demands It later find there should be changes in the dollar amounts or Ihe experience will the kind of adjustments lo c Although leaden have said they Congress lo end ils session Labor old the legislators they ackle Ihe program which lie laid own nnd on the job until is he ot adjourn Ihe public Eisenhower inade it clear he ij lo with vetoes any be believes might call or deficit The President recited recent events which he said cd intensification of nist Soviet dictator has loosely and about a possible missile attack on the Eisenhower recalled the recent on an American plane over He said Ihe Soviet delegation has walked out f Ihe Geneva disarmament Communists continue to situations of striving lo turn to ends he struggles and hopes of peoples or s teller he Communist efforts have recently reached new extremes in Central ot us know about Eisenhower's message was di- to a Congress that took for presidential conventions and now is returning an abbreviated sion lhal could have a vital ng on the of Ihe message was addressed to 30th Ihe Senate and even the Senate alone vened The House returns Since House was nol in the message for il to House Eisenhower said lhat to keep the nation in readiness for any eventuality has laken certain lo strengthen American military He said measures include deployment of additional craft carriers lo Ihe 6lh and 7th He said a number of medium bombers and ing tankers which had been uled to be phased out of U. S. forces will be retained in service for the time In the area of long-range the President said the capability ot Ihe Strategic Air Command to conduct a continuous airborne alert will be will he applied to the modernization of the Army combat equipment and lo military he fort will be devoted lo the of the and the naissance satellite Eisenhower said that during thg congressional nary progress had been made in developing Ihe Polaris ballistic missile is with great satisfaction lhat I report lo Ihe Congress that the first test firings of Ihe Polaris missile from Ihe submerged clear submarine George ton bad accuracy at great he The Is now right to in- crease the scope of the Polaris program and five instead of more submarines have been ed this fiscal I have directed the development much the Polaris which will America a of even greater power and in- r
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