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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 7, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 16. Racine wis., sunday August 7, 1960 charge Russ stir hysteria Over u2 Pilot Washington in Ali Erin preparation for the esp Ion 74 pages-6 sections-20 cents United states accused Russia saturday of waging a hysterical Campaign to inflame Public opinion against this country see attendance at county fair at Peak today age trial of u2 Pilot Francis g. Powers. At the same time with the publication of an Exchange of notes with Moscow the state department acknowledged it had been unable so far to do anything to help the 30-year-old flier in the preparation of 1 r defense. Lounts flir captured May 1 a of a when his spy plane went Down in Central Russia and he goes to trial aug. 17 on charges that could bring a death sentence. The soviet foreign office by Don Reed promised that relatives of the journal times staff a " would be Given opportune. ,. Ity to meet with the soviet at although All of the judge a Orney assigned to the Case. The russian note identified him As attorney Sriniv but Auto plunges into mine 4 die Little Rock a four youths drowned saturday when the car in which they were Riding missed a curve on a country Road and plunged into a water filled strip mine. Killed were Charles Washington 16, Sylvester Woods 19, the owner of the car Lawrence Porter 18, and his brother Warren Porter 16. All lived near Here. U. S. Asserts Cuba becoming red state has been completed county fair officials Are sex. V.,.v i i petting a larger attendance to sister up ailment officials said Day than during any other Day hey knew nothing about who of the fair. Chg Jug his ability. Providing the weather con a Ron va., or. And mrs. Tines Good the total attend of. A of the Ance this year could surpass2 Pilot said they would leave that of last year. During the a first two Days of the fair the today for the Long journey to ,1 Moscow. Young Powers wife finn her Barbara is expected to follow 1,600 ahead of a year ago. Of a.,j it c year ago. Racine Day in a few Days. Her . Passport is due to be issued Mon the weather Friday was Ideal Day and the soviet embassy for fair goers after an Early has authorized a visa morning drizzle. The Sun shone the Exchange of notes re brightly All afternoon As Tern leased by the state depart Pera Tures hovered in the so s. Ment reported requests to the today will be City of Racine russian foreign ministry go Day and recreational activities ing Back to May 10. These re will be highlighted. There will quests sought permission to be a free grandstand show at have an embassy official visit 2 . And another at 8 . Powers and to provide the preceding each entertainment Young Pilot with Legal counsel program there will be a radio the aug. 4 soviet reply to controlled air plane exhibition the . Appeals flatly turned at 2 30 there will be a dress Down the plea for american revue in the electric tent with lawyers to counsel Powers. It 4-h club members from Bur ignored the request for embark Franksville Kneeland Bassy personnel to visit the Linwood Norway Myatts and flier. Tucker modelling clothing. Baby beef Sale meanwhile the state department said the russians Are highlight of the activities on resorting to All kinds of tricks Friday was the baby beef Sale a fairy tales to picture the which attracted an estimated de states All Over the world 400 persons. A total of 40 head 3" aggressive Power con of beef cattle All owned and Antly engaged in vast is exhibited by 4-h club Mem operations against the Bers were pioneers. Sold by three aug soviet Union. Officials said the drive is the Sale totalled .$10,7.38.59 creating of and All of the Money is Given to order to weaken the the owners of the f  the grand Champion steer a  p p Ance. Black Angus shown by Margaret Kramer of Waterford sold for 46 cents a Pound. The 972 Pound steer brought a total of $447.12 and was purchased by sentry foods. In Selling the grand Champion auctioneer Glenn gut Knecht worked for 20 minutes turn to Page 4, col. 3 15 years after the agony of devastation by an atomic bomb Hiroshima is regaining its civic Section 2, Page 8. declares Congo was snubbed by Dag on Katanga Leopold Ville the Congo Imp vice Premier an Toine Eizenga charged saturday that . Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold ignored the congolese government in dealing with the secession of Rich Katanga province. Preparing to Fly to new York to plead the Congo s Case before the special Security Council meeting on Katanga sunday night Eizenga again called on Hammarskjold to Send . Troops to Katanga immediately. Eizenga said the troops should be sent to Honor the promises he made publicly to the congolese returns to new York Hammarskjold returned to new York after cancelling orders for . Troops to enter Katanga and thus bring it at least symbolically under . Control. Hammarskjold warned that Premier Moise Tshombe of Katanga meant business when he said . Troops would have to fight their Way into Katanga. He said he had no authorization to commit troops of the , predominantly african . Force to Battle. In Elizabethville. His capital Tshombe expressed satisfaction with Hammarskjold s decision. Cites conversations Eizenga complained that he was told of Hammarskjold s cancellation order Only 15 minutes before the Secretary general flew Back to new York. Or. Dag Hammarskjold has done everything to ignore the Central government of the congolese Republic a Trust be of the Confidence of the congolese people Eizenga said in a statement. A he charged that Hammarskjold had his decisions not on the congolese go Ern turn to Page 2, col. 5 runs in the family mrs. Leroy Wood or. Of 1452 Harmony drive and her 10-month-Oid daughter Kelly Jean share the same Honor they have both received the title of the fattest baby at Racine playgrounds. Mrs. Wood the former Miriam Richcard received the distinction in 1937 at the Racine St. Playground. Kelly Jean toddled off with the Hoitorp recently at the Wadewitz , weighing 27 pounds. Here she looked Over a picture of her Mother taken after the 1937 contest. photo so Noie tells of transformation into dictatorship Washington i a the United states saturday publicly warned the other american nations that Fidel Castro s Cuba is rapidly becoming a dictatorial state ruled by communists. The charges Are made in a massive 78-Page memorandum filed aug. 2 with the inter american peace committee and made Public saturday by the state department. Gravest danger the note Blu test yet in troubled .-cuban relations a observes not Only is Cuba under its revolutionary government being transformed rapidly into a dictatorial political state but a state in which the reins of political control Are increasingly being concentrated in the hands of the communist but the gravest danger to the Security of the americas it adds is to be found in the Washington a a developing ii tary relations negotiator Between Cuba and the soviet. Picture Satur cuban actions against the United states. The sino soviet Powers it says Are attempting to use the cuban revolution As an instrument of foreign policy with the objective of increasing world tensions undermining hemispheric Solidarity and carrying Forward their aggressive attacks against the free world the communist Powers moreover not Only support the revolution in Cuba itself but turn to Page 2, col. 2 terms soviets disinterested in disarm talks lice opposes Congress approving civil rights Laws at Short session Between Cuba and the soviet it also charges a military build up in Cuba with the Pur a Chase from european countries of 1,200 machine guns. Day of world disarmament prospects and accused the soviet Union of blocking every practical Western move during the Long and fruitless Geneva .50,000 rifles 200 mortars How a. Litters and flame throwers 15 tip c. ,. Tanks and 50 i Ilion rounds of department made ammunition. A up to Secretary Christian a. Herter from Fred building support Erich m. Eaton . Negotiator. And 1960 civil rights acts Wev continue to make imperative it came Only nine Days by that efforts for disarmament Clear the and the aug. 16 opening of an continue but held out scant a Mina Tion to Regency meet ing of West Hope for Early Success in the Dallas of s segregation Dallas Dallas residents voted overwhelmingly against school integration in a special referendum saturday. The vote was 22,807 against and 5,690 for in returns from 112 of m boxes. Election officials said the total vote might reach 50,000- or about twice the size of any previous vote Here on a school Issue. Results of the referendum will have no affect on whether Dallas schools Are integrated. Federal judge t. Whitfield Davidson has ordered the school District to begin a Lim died plan of integration by sep tember 1961. The judge said he thought Federal courts would not uphold a slate Law requiring a school District to gain approval in a referendum before Inte grating its schools. But he urged the Board to go ahead with the referendum As a kind of barometer of Public opinion. How a comedian decided the Fate of a movie studio run by a former Racine Man the late Nate Blum Berg. Story Page 8. Available Laws. Ness toward fresh proposals is ,.,.,. _. This coupled with earlier based on two main consider discriminatory practices p hemisphere foreign mini present atmosphere developments makes it unlike tons based on race ters in san Jose Costa f Ica to the United states and four a that civil rights proposals 1. New if pushed latter was

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