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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 28, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 19. Racine wis., sunday August 28, 1960 66 pages-5 sections-20 cents Congo army troops attack . Air Crew a War photo Routs armed robber John Mccutc Lic a 11, of St. Louis used tins Garden Hose to free his family from a robber holding them at gunpoint. The robber fled when the boy aimed a Stream of water at him and cried out leave my daddy alone 3 judges veto school seizure in new Orleans new if they open next month. Federal judges ruling swiftly after a Stormy Coit a caring if they reinstate judge Wright s motion As i under Saturn ii ordered gov Jinmie stand they did Gremillion re Davis not to interfere with plied then 1 assume that s the Public school integration in Way it will be. But that s Only new Orleans. Speculation on my part As of and they slapped a criminal this contempt of court citation on the attorney general said Louisiana atty. Gen. Jack Gre saturday s school decision did million Nuho stalked out in the a 2. Col. 8 midst of Friday s court session. _ huffing and pounding a to i blk. Gremillion had roared t la yom Alclo r9k6s tribunal was a Den in in in Juicy and a Kangaroo Aroa lie thundered As he bolted it "5 " Side the negroes Are running the the special tribunal issued its decree in a temporary injunction prohibiting the state from blocking integration in a Tornado struck a sparsely settled area three Miles North of mod Ford wis., saturday night causing minor damage. The Taylor county sheriff s office said the twister blew Lou n to recess talks in Case strike await hearing negotiations Between the j. I. Case co. And striking Law local 180 were suspended at 1 45 saturday afternoon with a expectation they would be resumed after a National Laboi relations Board hearing tuesday. The Norb hearing into unfair labor practices charges by both the company and the Union is scheduled for 1 tuesday at the courthouse. Prof. Nathan p. Feinsinger head of a fact finding pane mediating in the 5 /2 month old dispute said at the end of saturday s negotiations that he was returning to a residence in Aspen Colo. Direct negotiations with the momentum gained the University of Wisconsin Law professor said i believe that the parties can make further substantial Progress through direct Feinsinger said however that his panel appointed by gov. Gaylord Nelson will resume mediation efforts whenever in its judgment the circumstances warrant he expressed satisfaction after a five hour joint session with the company and Union saturday with the Progress gained in about three Days of negotiations. Good Deal remains he cautioned however that in View of the number and complexities of the issues Ai Cost see Jim real Tom ii pc to two Queen karens two , both named Karen both from Racine county participated in half time ceremonies saturday night at the Midwest shrine football game in Milwaukee county stadium. Karen Marie Tahr Inbach of Racine miss Wisconsin of 1960, was escorted to the by Milwaukee shrines left photo. Karen Lee christens in of Union Grove 1960 Midwest shrine game Queen arrived on the Field in a helicopter right. The Green Bay beat the Chicago bears 35-7, in the Charity game for Lirine hospitals. See stories on miss , society Section and on game sports Section. Oas unit maps anti red slap racial clashes flare san Jose Costa Rica a Western hemisphere foreign ministers were said Tali zed. Saturday night to have drafted a Tough Resolution that 8 americans in Lio Spital . Office raided Leopold Ville. The Congo up rampaging congolese army troops raided a United nations office and attacked the Crew of a . Air Force Globe master in Stanleyville saturday . Headquarters announced. The United nations Mada a Strong protect to the Congo government. Eight . Airmen Wera taken to a Hospital after tha attack by congolese soldiers. A . Spokesman said All eight had been three of the americans at first were reported missing. Officials said they were seized by congolese army police and taken to a military Camp. They later were released by ethiopian . Troops and taken to the Hospital. Two canadians and a swede were reported beaten in the attack on the , office. One of the canadians was Hospi no shooting a . Spokesman Here said would meet . Demands for there was no shooting in con soviet Chi Section with the Stanleyville in Florida 50 injured be accomplished before a Solu Tion can be said to be in sight ,1 How soon this will be de j  a pends on the he said p of f pm representatives of both the against the Whites. Condemnation of Jonese intervention in latin outbreak. Congolese soldiers America through Cuba s align in the past have used their ment with the communist bloc Rifle Butts freely in incidents sources said the Resolution of violence names some names but not . Ambassador Clare Tim final language still be Lake the situation Jacksonville Fla. A fresh disorders broke out in Jacksonville s l Thyl f in a in in ,.\ ii i i j ii it was presented to the full thief in the Congo. Bunche negro District saturday night and streets were blockaded to automobile traffic. 20-Meml or foreign later sent a protest to Congo clashes Between police officers and groups of negroes were frequent As in group for a final vote. J foreign minister Justin bom thud in the Wake of a narrowly averted full scale downtown Battle Between Whites expected to pass i Boko. A spokesman termed the the Resolution was by Strong and said it reminded the Congo gov Ood Deal of work remains to and negroes during Daylight hours. Officers were seeking a panel truck driven through the negro area by a negro umm top 111 1--------------------------. Thirds a Iorito although made a Loudspeaker farm implement manufacturing we a will be r r. Firm and local 180, in their lie Way it will us i department cars. Statements since the it ordered control of the had l Ccu sent into the dam up a a did not is cd so Tion but no reports of a a would re ning telephones at head quart schools Back Jiuu the hands of the Orleans Parish comity injuries had been school Board and Dii oiled the Virlier in the Board to comply Uilah f. S. Veathur Bureau forecast so Verdi a in cd and dist. I if a j. Siu Fly weigh is with some May if order to inc Kate the Dama Ink surface winds Hail Potash thrown five policemen were As signed to nothing but Man two some first Grade this fall. Socia Tion for the advancement of coloured people called a mass meeting Here today to gain support for peaceful demonstrations against seek legislation re moved ,. The gathering will be hold Ai Mitsume negotiations because they ers. They were jangling con a negro Church. Robert a Aiulu evening Ines Ujj know when the with complaints of firs Florida Field represent a a broken windows Potash thrown on cars and the like. Late saturday 48 negroes Ern ment of the commitments it Strong opposition was pre accepted under the Security Tive for he a act. Said at diced. A 10-Naiion group has i s Resolution furnishing Tampa the meeting will ask been named to work f it a y technical assist up Ance to he african nation. Tion from Congress in View of interests of hemisphere Soli h ethiopian brigade com he actions of mobs turn to Page 2, col. 2 hemisphere. Still on table oilers Cal Davis assistant and the possibility of an Iso a International vice and 14 Whites had been a Gremillion was asked if the lated Tornado in Central and a go a Jap parties Mayi rested mostly on charges of court order meant the Public South Central Wisconsin up in schools would be desegregated til Midnight. Turn to Page 6, col. 5 renowned imposter is slain while holding Down honest Job j fighting and inciting to riot. Gov. Leroy Collins alerted the Florida National guard to stand by for action if necessary. Jacksonville police who normally travel by ones and Iwosa in squad cars were doubling up. There were at least two officers in each car and four in Yonkers a Weyman whose real name icer. Diplomat from various Many fabulous imposter who finally whip Stephen Weinberg began foreign countries associate of at least 50 persons have been took an honest Job was shot his deception As a a jul or Pola Egry and injured and killed saturday apparent when he managed to persuade a jul pm Valentino United a two shot by dying As the hero he always some government officials that signs correspondent and a most of the injuries were minor but a White youth was stabbed and two Young negroes were shot. A White Man the latter representation was Wayne Heidler. 42. Suffered made in fleecing a Long Island severe facial Burns. He said Bank of $5,000 As a Home in four negroes ran up to his car Marathon Speerli stalls Senate care Bill vote sought to be in life. He was a foreign Diplomat. Stanley Weyman. 67, who in the ensuing years he spent half a Century posing As posed variously As a doctor. Everything from a foreign dip Lomat to the Man in charge of Rudolph Valentino s funeral was slain by robbers while serving As a night Motel manager. He had taken the Job Only a month ago after an incredible career of Fakory which saw him making presentations of Royalty at the White House receiving naval salutes As an inspecting officer and spending years languishing in jail for his fantastic flops As a phony big shot. Sjoo in his pockets Weyman was gunned Down by two robbers at the Dun Woodie Motel. The bandits escaped with $200 grabbed from the Cash Register Ini Dently unaware Weyman had another $500 in his pockets. Officers said Weyman apparently put up a fit lawyer flying Ace naval of Home owner. Fleeced Bank Washington a weary Senate group gave up efforts to pass a Compromise medical care for the aged plan Early today under an agreement to vote about noon monday. Sen. Russel b. Long a la who had held the floor for Many of the 13 hours the Senate met finally agreed to a proposal by majority Leader Lyndon b. Johnson a Texas to fix a definite time for voting monday. Congo at in new for Strong civil rights Letisia Compromise Resolution Lisp Here Soli Darity after the United states Zander of . Forces in Stan legend reports that Jack Sonvi Lle Sharp push n3 be reported nol be failed to peace t v communist efforts i re was serious and asked failed to a rect peace us oms on the or instructions. There Are Abr it 1,800 a Jhio Pian troops major on the i Stanleyville area but Resolution was said to Vii Ter v n the City it now Aro Imd diplomats Call the True of the statement . Secretary general Dag defeat Compromise called a meet we May have Amie up with i a firmer condemnation than committee on the we acted said one . In. Headquarters to pop y Jerk. I Here was no announce Kennedy for being absent from to f r the two hour meet the Senate while hey waited no. The committee represents out a hot and sultry night. Run Dean which have the four senators wired a ipremier Nikita s. Sci s in the Congo with the Kennedy were Sens. Prescott Khiu Slu Hev for threatening an. a Conn. J. Glen Beall rocket defense of Cuba ran re Wallace f. Bennet r trouble. Utah and Kenneth i. Keating two other republicans Sens. Of Cpl Long leads Gordon Allott a Colo and Francis Caser a. A had in confess race spoken out about Kennedy s new Orleans Earl a it the Congo turning the pro vement loan. He was living and one threw Potash on him. In a lavish Brooklyn apartment Jie stabbing victim is in at the time. I fair condition and neither of one of the High Points of his the negroes was critically Hurt career which he did t fake the negro youths Are 12 and was operating a school for 18. Draft dodgers during world the gangs of fighters moved War ii. He taught a group of through streets crowded with students How to fake the weekend shoppers. Many cars Washington sen. Russell b. Long a la kept 5." for about absence from the Senate. I Case after Reading a news Kemp Long who served an in report that Kennedy was governor appeared headed Foi most serious i officials called Satur Day s indents the most serious in the history of the . Congo the attacks emphasized Premier Patrice Lumumba s idemand.? that the . Forces two Kussiel a. Long Lu-ua., Impi a vanns port mass Congress saturday n the Senate in session Early sat a Lily at Hyannis port l.-., a ,. Urday with a Marathon speech said i think it is hypocritical Tim i t g h t h. Job of maintaining order to his army. Lumumba himself flew Stanleyville. Stanleyville turn to Page 2, col. I were damaged by flying bottles. Meanwhile the National As protesting that a Bill providing medical care for the aged Falls Short of what is needed. I at Midnight the Senate had up c. been going for 1.3 hours with top borers out reaching a vote on a House Are to Oppici in Cove passed Compromise social be r. R i Ino purity measure featuring Inaa police said five Cave explorers night from congressional District. Long 65, ill in a hotel room suffering Eji Faustion and Plo Maine poisoning swapped the Lead several limes with incumbent rep. Harold Mcsween i4, an Alexandria attorney in democratic Runoff primary. J after the half Way in this Section . And state news Stanley Weyman. Fabulous hoaxer.  t manners of the feeble minded take pills to raise blood pressure and otherwise Dodge-1 service. J both he and six students got jailed for that operation. Weyman got himself into world the White House in 1921 by Dosine As a state department ital Cana irate Jonn r. Enney the Cave. Members of Rescue sea spent. A Oro Toof officer As such he local news Page 6,at his Home in Hyannis equipped them Birthplace die Village of Kali warmer Southeast today. Presented Princess Fatima of rican heritage. Page 8 pm ""8 selves with rope and other Novka in the kursk Region otherwise no i m p o r t a it needy persons Over 05. A Allf the Chr Long denied he was engaged heart of Somerset s me dip Nikita visits Home in a filibuster but four re pub Jujj Jas Moscow i Premier. I a Seato s of off a Tele firemen rushed to the scene Khrushchev heading Somji pages.2, 4. 9, 10. 11, 13 of r pm and began pumping out part of from a vacation on the Black tial candidate John f. Kennedy the Cave. Members of Rescue is two Days at his turn to Page 2, col. 5 Racine area weather partly Cloudy today through monday. Warmer and More humid today. High today in the upper 80s. Low tonight about 70. Southwesterly winds increasing to 12-20 today elsewhere in state partly Cloudy South considerable cloudiness North with recurring showers and thunderstorms North portion today and monday. A Little Afghanistan to president Harding. Was filibustering. w Ani Chw Teleg Raia de�dlti4 into the Cave in needed. I gear and stood by ready to go about 300 Miles South of mos temperature changes. High cow task reported today 708 North a 80� Louth. I1

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