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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 4, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 33. Racine wis., sunday december 4, 1960 90 pages-6 sections-20 cents Catholic prelates vigorously Castro s reject charge Havana i a roman Catholic Church officials rejected saturday Fidel Castro s accusation that priests in Cuba got bribes to preach counterrevolutionary sermons. In a i winds thwart salvaging of stranded ship traverse City Mich. Up Windy Lake Michigan saturday stalled salvaging plans for the grounded liberian freighter Francisco Morazan. The . Coast guard said Havana continuing winds of 25 to 30 knots prevented a tug from putting Salvage experts on Board the 246-foot Ocean going Morazan fast on a South Mani Tou Island reef since hurled there by a storm tuesday night was taking More punishment from Waves but apparently remained Safe with her Crew of 13. Everybody s comfortable and they be got heat on Board the coast guard air station Here reported. Capt. Eduardo Trivizas wife Anistisiz 29, who was taken off the stranded ship thursday changed her plans to leave for new York at this time. Anistisiz who is expecting a baby has decided to wait a Day or two to see if her husband s ship is freed. Salvages will inspect the extent of damage to the Mora Zan s Hull before deciding what to do about the ship and her cargo of 900tons. Meanwhile an immigration department spokesman said six of the 12 crewmen face deportation if they should be forced to leave the ship in the United states. The Crew consists of spaniards greeks and cubans. Strongly worded open letter to the prime minister signed by Manuel Cardinal Arteaga and others of t h e Hierarchy the Church repeated its preoccupation with the spread of cow monism in Cuba the letter was made Public a Day ahead of schedule because of a report1-quickly squelched after it began to circulate that archbishop Enrique Perez Serantes of Santiago had been jailed at Camaguey in route Home Friday night from a Church conference in Havana. Henchmen in Hassocks the 77-year-old archbishop Back safely in his official residence said by Telephone he was not molested during the return trip to his archdiocese in Eastern Cuba. The letter was drafted at the meeting of nine Juk to use family Bible John f. Kennedy plans to take his oath of office on an old family Bible the Sena Tor s Uncle said saturday. Thomas a. Fitzgerald present owner of the Bible said his sister the senator s Mother told him her son wanted to use the Book in next month s inaugural ceremonies. _ _ fitzgeral to said the Bible had been the property of his father the late John f. Honey f i t z Fitzgerald former mayor of Boston. He said he did not know the Book s age but noted that births of his grandparents Are recorded in it. Other vital statistics of the Fitzgerald and Kennedy families have been regularly noted. The latest entry shows the birth of John Fitzgerald Kennedyjr. Nov. 25. The Bible is the Douay version. Release Lumumba reds urge in . New court order slaps at Louisiana s legislature Baton Rouge la. Iff within hours after the measure filed by George l. Singlemann a state judge issued a Tern had been approved. An official of the new Orleans Horary restraining order Here saturday against the Legisla civil dist. Judge Fred s. Leblanc issued the order after Ture s third attempt to replace a suit to have the measure de the new Orleans school Board cleared unconstitutional was Enesco of s seat for Kas Mvubu delegates Paris up the u. N. Educational scientific and cultural organization Enesco general conference saturday night voted to seat a Congo delegation representing president Joseph Kas Mvubu. The vote which climaxed a noisy tumultuous session with organized desk thumping from the soviet bloc was 38-19 with 7 abstentions. Eastern bloc delegations sought several times to postpone a decision but in each Case their delaying motions were voted Down. Bishops earlier this week the prelates were summoned after Castro assailed the clergy last sunday As henchmen in Hassocks bringing Church state relations in Cuba to i critical Point. The plan was to deliver the letter to Castro today and distribute it later to the Public. But it was issued Early As reports of archbishop Perez Serantes detention raced through Catholic circles Here. The Bishops called Castro s accusation of bribery unjustly harmful to the prestige of the Church. We do not know one single Case where chaplains at sugar Mill communities acted As agents of exploitation of the workers and on the other hand we know they have de fended the rights of labor the letter said. Castro charge this was in reference to Castro s charge that an investigation of the books of nationalized sugar companies disclosed big checks made out to priests who Castro charged were exploiting workers. The Bishops declared their letter was prompted by the grave situation confronting the cuban Church at the moment they said that last year the Church had serious motives for preoccupation when in spite of reiterated declarations by you Castro that sustained the non communist character of the government we Learned that revolutionary i n d o c urination textbooks contained diverse historical and philosophic issues with a clearly marxist claim school abuses the Bishops also Learned their letter added that teachers in charge of indoctrination use classrooms to openly defend communist ideas and defame the doctrine and work of the the letter expressed Hope turn to Page 2, col. 3 citizens Council and Lewis s. Dohertyjr. Of Baton Rouge. The state immediately appealed to the state supreme court. The Bill received overwhelmingly legislative passage despite a three judge Federal court injunction forbidding the legislature to interfere with the school integration situation. The Senate vote saturday was 27-5. Five Man Board fish bowl starts stops its own fire Woodland the fish bowl started the Small fire in the Home of John Davis and then put it out. Davis said this is what happened sunlight passing through the fish bowl that acted As a magnifying Glass set a curtain on fire. The heat from the Blaze caused the bowl to break spilling water that doused the fire. Firemen cynical at first investigated and agreed. Call for Mobutu to free ousted Congo Premier Racine Man killed by train the Bill would set up a new five Man Board. Gov. Jimmie h. Davis who signed the emergency legislation despite thei a Racine Man was fact that he is also under fed 0,. a a his wire and sister in Law eral court injunction would a. Appoint immediately a five critically injured saturday member Board with Powers when the Auto in which they limited to financing Orleans were Riding was struck by a United nations . A a soviet bloc Delegate demanded in the . General Assembly saturday the immediate release of the Congo s deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba. Lumumba is a prisoner of congolese troops of strongman col Joseph Mobutu. Kuzma v. Kiselev foreign minister of White Russia injected the demand into an Assembly debate on colonialism. He was called to order by Assembly pres. Frederick h. Killed Boland of Ireland for straying the Issue under discus 6 die 2 Hurt As cars ram top reds agree War not inevitable Gomulka Warsaw Poland up Wlate Slaw Gomulka said saturday the world s top communist leaders unanimously agreed at their Moscow Summit conference that in our epoch world War has ceased to be an inevitable the polish communist chief who returned from the top secret conference thursday said the participants signed two documents confirming the correctness of soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev s peaceful co existence policies. Gomulka s statements indicated Khrushchev had won at the three week Parley Over a reported red chinese Challenge to Moscow s ideological leadership. Chinese statements in recent months have criticized the concept of peaceful co existence and insisted capitalism will Only be destroyed by War. In Moscow red China s labor leaders governor Honor Kitzman at banquet Reserve la. Up six persons were killed and two injured saturday when two autos smashed head on near Here. Two of the dead and the two injured were identified As students at Louisiana state University. They were in one car. Top National and state labor police identified the dead in officials along with wisc on one car As Harry David 37, sin s gov. Gaylord Nelson paid new Orleans apparently the tribute saturday night to har Driver Alton Howton 25, Newi ,. Orleans Ernest Lee Smelley Rev Kitzman. Who served 33, Slidell and Theophile president of the j. I. Case Causin 26, Laplace. Local 180 for 11 years. Dead in the other car were Kitzman now director of Raymond l. Bachemin 19, new j Law Cio Region 10, was Hon journal times photo Harvey h. Kitzman former president of j. I. Case local 180, seated at left chats with Walter p. Reuther Law Cio president during Milwaukee banquet honouring the former Racine labor Leader. Standing from left Are Harold Thompson International Law Cio representative Leonard Woodcock vice president of the Law Cio and Frank Sahorske sub regional director for Racine and Kenosha. Parish county schools. Members of the Board would be elected in the 1962 congressional elections to staggered six year terms. Three members of the Louisiana supreme court met in new Orleans saturday after receiving an Appeal from state atty. Gen. Jack Gremillion and three others. There was no indication that turn to Page 2, col. 6 Milwaukee Road train in Kenosha county. Killed was Leo a. Jensen 59, of 5027 Taylor ave. Described As in critical condition in Kenosha Hospital Are Jensen s wife Ann 58 and her sister mrs. Mary c. Hansen of 5700 Braun re. From Sion. Kiselev said his delegation decisively protests against the Savage and arbitrary arrest of or. Lumumba and demands his immediate Call on Dag he went a step farther than the russians who called on Sec Gen. Dag Hammarskjold Friday night to report immediately on what the United nations is doing to help Luzum the Accident occurred at Tejba who is facing trial on Kenosha county Highway my charges of inciting rebellion in Grade crossing near the Illinois the congolese army. Kiselev led up to his protest by saying Lumumba had Wisconsin state line in another train car crash later saturday in Racine county Michael j. Glaub 28, of Sturtevant escaped serious injury when his Auto rammed the rear end of a Milwaukee Road freight train engine at the Wil ored at a banquet in Milwaukee attended by More than 850 persons. Not labor s goals Orleans and Wolf o. Henkie 19, Chalmette. Injured were Bobby Gilbert 17, new Orleans and Peter h. Piatt 19, new Orleans identified by police As Driver of the j0f second car. Police said the Auto in which the students were driving a., patently had a Blowout and Reuther said there 15 no such Walter p. Reuther president the Law Cio described Kitzman As a dedicated in a press conference Sheboygan girl 16, wins Cherry pie title Sturgeon Bay i Patricia Jacob 16-year-old Sheboygan county farm girl won Low Road crossing near Wax the 29th annual Wisconsin Dale Cherry pie baking Champion-1 Glaub said there was no ship Here saturday. Warning at the crossing and he miss Jacob a Junior at she fax led to see the approaching boy Gan Falls High school will engine. Glaub said he was drive receive a $250 Home economics eng South on Willow Road. Scholarship and the right to deputies said the train Speed compete in the National finals was estimated at about 40 to in Chicago feb. 22. J 45 Miles an hour. Tributes to kit Man apr Rrt in second place went to Joanne three filled cans of gasoline tributes to Kitzman s record of f a Granton in in the trunk of Glaub s aut0 service county. Kathy la Londe 17. Were broken open and spilled Kitzman served As president Ashland and Judy Rogers 17 turn to Page 2, col. 5 Montello tied for third place the injured Man was treated turn to Page 8, col. 1 pres. Liu Shao Chi said Satur Day soviet chinese communist Friendship steeled and tested for 40 years is a Cornerstone of the world socialist communist movement. Liu expressed belief that his visit to the soviet Union will undoubtedly contribute t o further strengthening and development of the Solidarity and Friendship Between our two 1 the chinese Leader made these remarks carried in a dispatch of the soviet news Agency Tass on his arrival by train in Leningrad. Liu was accompanied by soviet president Leonid i. Brezhnev. In this Section world . And state news pages. .2, 3, 4, 6 10, 12, 14 local 9, 10 american heritage. Page 9 editorial Page 22 jumped the Neutral ground into the opposite Lane of traffic. Searchers find no clues in killing Portland Ore. Up hundreds of searchers tramped in the rain through Portland West Hills saturday looking for clues in the murder of a Portland College student and the probable abduction of his girl Friend. The search the biggest Ever undertaken in this area turned up nothing. Missing is Beverly Ann Al Lan ,19, of port Townsend wash., a Washington state University coed. Police believe she was abducted by the per sons who killed her boy Friend Ralph Larry Peyton 19, Portland state College student police believe he was slain As he tried to protect the girl. The searchers were looking for a knife and gun. Thing As labor s the labor Leader said the Only goals of labor Are those of America. Reuther said there is a need for a greater sense of direction in America and ". Until we build up the Gap Between what America produces we shall be unworthy of leading the he sighted four areas in which he believes America must take positive action civil rights education medical care for the aged and slum Clear Ance. Scores of Racine labor representatives attended the ban Quet at which Milwaukee mayor Henry Maier and wis Consin supreme court Justice Thomas Fairchild added their title bout Between Gene Fullmer and sugar Ray Robinson resulted in a draw saturday night see details in today s sports Section. " lit Santa takes spill it s Back the Sleigh for Santa Claus who came a Cropper while skiing at a resort the California sierras. St. Nick otherwise known As ski instructor Don Kast was aided by miss Bunny Cotton. A we Tophom been arrested despite the fact that . Troops were in the Congo at Lumumba s request. He said the . Command there engages in reconciliation with the illegal dictatorial regime of col. a called Mobutu a Stooge of the belgians and americans. Confer separately sir Patrick Dean Britain s permanent . Representative and Indian defense minister v. K. Krishna Menon conferred separately with Hammarskjold turn to Page 2, col. 1 president visits farm Camp David Washington up president Eisenhower made a flying trip to Gettysburg and Camp i David saturday to look Over his farm and visit his grandchildren. He went by helicopter to his Pennsylvania farm then flew on to Camp David in nearby Maryland and thence Back to the capital this afternoon. Tramping around his farm for the first time since mid october the president carried a Shotgun for use in Case he encountered Quail or other Small game but there was no report that he fired on anything. He visited the nearby Home of his son it. Col. John Eisenhower where he saw his four grandchildren. Racine area weather mostly Cloudy and warmer with Chance of showers. Monday Cloudy and warm with rain Likely. High today Low 50s. Low tonight mid 40s. Southwesterly wind around 15 . Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy and mild with some rain Likely. Monday Cloudy and mild with rain possible. Rain May change to Snow and colder Northwest portion late monday. High today 40s North to Low 50s South. Low tonight 30s North to the 40s South

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