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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 7, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol 30, no. 42. Racine wis., sunday february 7, 1960 62 pages-5 sections-20 cents Safe meeting about Trujillo Washington the organization of americans states will hold an extraordinary meeting next week to hear a venezuelan denunciation of alleged flagrant violations of human rights in the dominican Republic. The 21-nation Oas Council will meet monday afternoon to hear the venezuelan statement and a dominican counter charge. The venezuelan move if followed by some form of action could put added pressure on the regime of dictator Rafael Leonidas Trujillo. He reportedly has arrested More than 1,000 citizens on grounds of anti government plotting. The mass arrests have been officially denied but the situation brought a potent expression of concern from roman Catholic prelates in the Island. They read a pastoral letter on human rights last sunday. The United states has expressed its concern Over the dominican situation. A state department spokesman says it could affect tensions in the Caribbean area and Basic humanitarian principles in the the Oas was brought into the situation saturday when venezuelan ambassador Marcos Falson Briceno formally re Quested an extraordinary meeting of the Oas Council to consider flagrant violations of human rights in the dominican meanwhile foreign minister Profiro Herrera Baez of the dominican Republic was in Rome reportedly to Confer with Vatican authorities. Report said a was there with Hopes of seeing Vatican officials possibly Vatican Secretary of state Domenico Cardinal Tardini about the pastoral letter read in churches in the dominican Republic last sunday. Egypt gives amnesty to Farouk s associates Cairo Egypt i a a presidential decree saturday granted a general amnesty to politicians and members of the family of former King Farouk who were sentenced by revolutionary courts after the 1952 revolution. The sentences had ranged from imprisonment to suspension of political and civil rights. Johnson indicates his hat is in ring both Humphrey Kennedy due at Racine conclave both democrats entered Wisconsin s presidential primary election sen. John of Kennedy of Massachusetts and sen. Hubert h. Humphrey of Minnesota will be in Racine to address the state Young democratic convention next month. Officers of the Racine county Young democrats announced saturday night that Humphrey will be the convention keynote speaker Friday night March 18, and that Kennedy will address a banquet saturday night March 19. Both events will be at memorial Hall. Ini the convention will open Friday night March 18, and is scheduled to adjourn sunday afternoon March 20, with election of officers at memorial Hall. Other convention sessions will be at hotel Racine. An estimated 350 to 400 Wisconsin Young democrats Are expected to attend the convention. Fred Curtell jr., chairman of the Racine county Young democrats will be Gen eral chairman. The appearance in Racine of Humphrey and Kennedy will come less than three weeks before the two compete in the state s april 5 primary election. Seize jazz musician As Milwaukee Slayer blast in Home kills 6, injures 4 Wichita Kan. Imp Milwaukee i a a the night club and became jazz musician charged with angry when he returned from first degree murder in the gun slaying of a Young Mother in the bandstand to find her sitting with two men. The officers said she started a downtown night spot was a a 1 taken to custody late Satur a she was struck in the Day in a tavern. Tied 5 Days police said that Johnny Allen 27, a negro guitar player surrendered without a struggle an and fire in a admitted the shooting of mrs. Northwest Wichita Home sat Nancy to Harris 25, and Proa a urday night killed six person seduced the .32 calibre revolver pay a a Jinq he used to kill her. Mrs. Harris Mother of infant twins was shot to de Atli and injured four others police a Aid. The blast occurred while two men were cleaning Auto Early saturday before 20 wit parts in the second floor apart Nesses in the rear dance Hall ment of or. And mrs. Monroe Galloway. The dead were Section of a jazz spot. Police said mrs. Harris a White woman had recently Dayton Ohio of a 65-year-old Man. Bound hand and foot and left lying on the floor of his Home last monday was found alive saturday because of a restaurant owner s curiosity. Boy am i glad to see you. Way children Larry 11, and be and Harry Makoutz said Al to Etta 22 months. Len had taken mrs. Harris to generals Book raps strategy watch it for instalments Benjamin Blair. 28 three of separated from her husband his sons Danny. 9, Stephen. , 25. A negro. Or i and or a Toh and Keith. 5 and two Gallo i detectives Michael Mccard Ion m. Edgar Allen greeted his rescuer. Seen at restaurant Gene Shaw became curious about Allen s absence since he saw the Man daily at his restaurant. Shaw sent William Terry of Union Ohio to Al Len s Home. Allen reported that two teen agers grabbed him outside his Home monday night forced him inside and tied him with drapery Cord. Took rings car the pair took $1.07 from Allen his dead wife s rings and his 1951 Auto. The youths have not been apprehended. Doctors said Allen was suf the . Strategy of massive retaliation is obsolete contends Gen. Maxwell d. Taylor retired chief of staff who again this past week became embroiled in the controversy Over . Defense policies. Taylor has voiced his opine of staff in protest of defense policies. Taylor was a fighting general in world War ii and Korea commanding the 8th army in Korea. He believes the . Is putting. Too much Reliance on nuclear weapons and neglecting ground forces he fears Small or non atomic on on . Defense needs in wars he is convinced Liat the a controversial Book the in a missile Gap can be partly off jeering from extreme Maunu certain trumpet and the set by ii sin Jupiter As a to tuition and dehydration. Aneth journal times will bring its bile Field weapon by the army.24 to 48 hours and it would readers a 12-instalment con Only thursday he told a have been too late to save sensation starting monday Senate defense investigative i him. They said. Feb. 15. Committee slut soviet Russia Allen who says he normally critics Hail Taylor s partisan will have military superiority weighs 100 pounds lost 20 views on defense As among the Starling year unless we Frank est yet published. He take heroic measures wrote the Book after he resigned last july As army chief a a Gen. Taylor suffers fractured forearm Washington Gen. Maxwell d. Taylor 57, retired army chief of staff received a fracture of the left forearm saturday night when he walked into the fender of a moving taxicab. Tha general was taken to Walter Reed army medical Center where he was treated for a simple fracture and con Tui Iona. Police said no charges had been filed against the cab drive 1 Albut a. Gray 38, of them during the five Day period. He told doctors he had t been afraid during the time he was bound. President and first lady Racine was the Only statue in the world depicting Abraham Liiv Coin whose birthday anniversary is observed next Friday and his wife Mary Todd who spent part of one summer in this City in Early widowhood. The memorial sculptured by Frederick c. Hibbard and located in East Park was the bequest of miss Lena Rosewall a Pioneer resident who was a student of Journi to my to photo Lincoln s life. The statue has added significance this year the Centennial of Lincoln s election to the presidency for miss Rosewall was convinced the Mary Todd had done much in directing her husband s career. Historians differ Between 1867 and 1869 As to the year mrs. Lincoln visited in Racine. The Hibbard memorial dedicated on july 4, 1943, is one of the most interesting of All Wisconsin memorials. Asks democrats alter state ruling Milwaukee a prime Backer of sen. John Kennedy a mass saturday called upon supporters of sen. Hubert sin Are shocked and disturbed that these political manipulations took Kennedy followers have Humphrey a Minn to reverse charged that the administrative the decision changing wisc on committee s vote a week ago sin s democratic National pres was rigged in Humphrey s fax identical convention vote forum or for Wisconsin s presidential la. Primary april 5. Mccarthy has mayor Ivan a. Nestingen of Madison chairman of the Ken Rey for president committee identical primary a serious Dis in answering Nestingen said that the whole thing just does not make sense to he added if Nestingen insists on conducting a Campaign based on name calling distortion and smear on Side issues and no issues let him go right ahead. In my opinion the people Gen. Maxwell Taylor Uii Book a protest.  actor Darren weds former miss Denmark new York Imp actor James Darren and Evy nor Lund. A former miss Denmark were married at St. Patrick s Cathedral saturday. Miss Norlund who represented Denmark in a miss universe contest now is under contract to Columbia pictures the same studio As her husband Among those attending the ceremony was actor Sidney Poitier with whom Darren played in All the Youn denied it. Sam Rizzo of Racine chair Nedy for president club of wis Man of the Wisconsin Humph Lof Wisconsin expect of a pres Consin. Urged reversal of the action by the state democratic party s administrative committee. Shocked disturbed Nestingen said in a Telegram Cussion of the serious issues facing the country. Sen. Humphrey insists on conducting that Type of Campaign. As far As 1 am concerned let us get on with the Campaign based on the the committee voted to As sign 214 National convention votes to each of the 10 districts turn to Page 2, col. 6 Nixon terms foreign affairs the top Issue of Thi Pumi sen. Lyndon Johnson of Texas spoke saturday of my candidacy in his closest approach to outright announcement that he is seeking tha democratic presidential nomination. The Senate majority Leader told newsmen at Indianapolis that he expects to head the Texas delegation to the National convention and i would Hope it would be committed to my then he added i m not out seeking any delegations but i am informed that other states plan to cast their votes for he declined to name the states but said they Are not necessarily from the solid it was a contrast to Johnson s statement Friday in Albuquerque n. M., when he told newsmen he will not seek the Johnson s near announcement came As vice president Nixon was calling foreign affairs the overwhelming Issue of the 1960 Campaign and democrats were stressing Domestic issues such As natural resources agriculture and Rural electrification. Johnaon i chances received an indirect boost at Albuquerque from Paul Butler democratic National chairman who withdrew an earlier statement that a southerner could not be nominated for the presidency. He told a news conference Thart he wanted to apologize turn to Page 2, col. 1 4 killed 4 Hurt in Freak crash Moscow Mills to. Of four persons were killed and four critically injured in a fantastic two car head on collision saturday night which state troopers said happened this Way two cars started racing at speeds to 80 Miles an hour when the first Driver Harold j. Binder. 36, of St Louis would t let the second Driver Roy c. Smith 56, of University City to. Pass him. Binder s car ran onto the shoulder spun around returned to the Highway and hit Smith s car head on. Smith and his wife Margaret s., 52, were killed. Also killed were Binder s wife Mildred 35, and their 11-year-old daughter Betty. In critical condition were Binder two of their daughters Bonnie Lou 13, and Margaret Ann 16, and a passenger in the Binder car Charles Edward Mcdowell 19. Of St. Louis. Find 2 Black clod Sisters hanged Mittee the people of wisc on new York a attired to sen. Eugene Mccarthy a entirely in Black their dresses Minn co chairman of the Cut in turn of the Century de Humphrey for presid ent com sign the misses Helen and Margaret Horvath about 65, were found hanged saturday in their immaculate East Side apartment. Police said they apparently had committed suicide More than a month ago. An unsigned note written in this Section world . And state news pages2, 4, 8. 9, 10 local news Page american her.,e, .p.,. Is. la it the Buu Cun discovery of the bodies resulted from a Telephone Call by Adam Sellman of an adjacent building. He urged police to investigate. Bars protected All windows of the apartment. The door was fastened by five locks. It was necessary to smash the door open. One sister was found sus Pended from the Frame of a bathroom skylight. The other ism hanged in tit Durway a tween the Kitchen and living room. No relatives were known. Neighbors said one of the Sisters was a Semi invalid be cause of arthritis. They de scribed both As retired domestics. The Sisters dresses were of excellent Quality of the Cut of 60 years ago. Their ensembles included highly polished buttoned shoes. Their hair was skilfully arranged in a son girl Poi a to overt. Racine area weather Sunder feb. T. 1 �0 Cloudy and a Little colder today with Chance of a few Snow flurries. Monday partly Cloudy to Cloudy and Little change in temperature. High today near 30 and Low to night near 20. Northwesterly winds is to 22 Miles an hour slowly diminishing. Elsewhere in Wisconsin mostly Cloudy and cold today with scattered Snow flurries. Monday partly Cloudy to Cloudy and Little c h a n g e in temperatures. Snow flurries Northwest portion. High today 26 to 32 and Low tonight 10 to 2q

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