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Coshocton Tribune Newspaper Archives Feb 25 1961, Page 1

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Coshocton Tribune (Newspaper) - February 25, 1961, Coshocton, Ohio Phone numbers news room main 2-1122 subscriptions classified and display ads main 2-2837 the Coshocton Tribune weather Snow flurries tonight Low 23-38.cloudy sunday with Little change Friday 72 Low 31. At 7 30a.m. Today 47 and at noon today vol. 52, no. 186 pull leased War report of the United press International Coshocton Ohio saturday evening february 25, 1961 Best of newspaper and pictorial service six cents Lumumba troops capture City without firing shot defending Force makes no Effort to Hal Advance by William Anderson Leopold Ville. The Congo up about 300 troops Loyal to the late Patrice Lumumba Cap tured Lulu Bourg in Kasad prov Ince without firing a shot it was reported today. Reliable sources said troops from the Lulu Bourg Garrison sent to intercept the Lumumba men who were advancing from their stronghold in Stanleyville joined them in their March on the City. A Force of about 1,000 ghanaian u. N. Troops sent to prevent fight ing Between rival forces in the Lulu Bourg area reported the but made no attempt to Stop it. Lumumba is Advance on the pity col. Joko assigned by maj. Gen. Joseph Mobutu to command the Lulu Bourg Garrison was re ported to have taken Refuge with. Forces in the City. The Lumumba forces were believed to have covered the 500 Miles from Stanleyville in about five Days an amazing drive Over rough Congo Back roads in the Rainy season. Observers Here were puzzled by Lumumba is Gen. Victor Gundula s weakening of the Stanleyville Gar Rison at a time when Mobutu had been reported heading a Force of 2,000 troops on the Border of Oriental province. Stanleyville is the capital of Oriental. Some observers speculated that the Advance on Lulu Bourg May have been the result of some kind of a Deal Between Mobutu and Gundula. The two men recently had been reported in Contact. Approval seen for feed Grain curbs Washington up presi Dent Kennedy s emergency plan to curb the feed Grain surplus to Day appeared to be headed for congressional approval in time for Spring planting. A Hoise agriculture subcommittee urged on by administration congressional leaders approved the Bill Friday with some added safeguards. It would allow growers Pew and higher Price supports f they chop their acre age at cast 20 per cent. Extra payments in the form of Grain surpluses would be made for and

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