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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 24, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 30, no. 40. Racine wis., sunday january 24, 1960 68 pages-5 sections-20 cents u. S. Envoy Back from Cuba says he s very concerned algerian crowds revile de Gaulle enraged mobs demonstrate to protest ouster Algiers a Rren Cli settlers in Algiers shouted their rage saturday Over president de Gaulle s dismissal of Para troop Gen. Jacques Massu. Angry crowds surged through downtown Algiers shouting de Gaulle to the stake but they did not try trading blows with Strong Security forces displayed through the City. After a tense evening of demonstrations in support of Massu who was removed from command of the Algiers area because of opposition to de Gaulle s self determination policy for Algeria the crowds dwindled away a few hours before the nightly curfew hour. Expect More the firm hand shown by the authorities seemed to have discouraged any rioting saturday but there were rumours of bigger and More spectacular dam miss Ella Neumann who will retire in March As Burlington who was president when she took charge superintendent of sunny rest Sanatorium and Gen in 1926. Standing is John m. Jenkins administrator eral Hospital meets with Leo Warren Burlington of the county s main institutions. Increasingly effect president of the trustee Board and s. M. Reinardy Tive treatment has changed the to Hospital s character. Sees no sign Castro Hopes for conciliation a Vasilini Iton i i u. S. Ambassador Philip w. Bon Sal returned from Havana saturday saying he is very concerned at he deterioration of relations with Cuba. Ronsal summoned Home for consultations in the Wake of new Anil american outbursts by prime minister Castro said the has had no intimation at All of any cuban desire for conciliation of differences. It is hard to Tell what his Castro s objectives might be in his stepped up attacks on us Bonsai remarked. Hopes to go Back he said he had no idea of How Long he will be in Washington but that he Hopes to go Back to Cuba. Bonsai said in response to questions by newsmen that there still is a warm feeling for americans in Havana. Asked what Castro s objectives might be in attacking the 1 United states Bonsai said a would rather let Castro speak for himself on the objectives. Asked what the u. S. Might do he said he had come to Washington for consultations and presumably to evolve & plan. In response to other questions Bonsai said he had no theories about Why he was not jeered at the Airport on leaving Havana this morning As a was Spanish ambassador Juan Pablo loj Endio on Friday. To Jendzio was expelled by the cd new York i a tears and photographers surrounded i ban government after an alter Al lie photo runaway heiress Gamble Benedict was comforted by lawyer Robert Hoffman As they left the Airport in new York saturday. Sobbing heiress returns to n. Y. On stations planned for today streaming Down her face 19 her. Truckloads of police were re year old Gamble Benedict was also unsuccessfully to s my in tid go i san is be c. You few were in evidence from Paris and the is year if him please Fellows late m the evening. Lold married romanian she , riot police in steel helmets sworn she will Lovi forever. Obviously under orders not to the distraught heiress had provoke violence in this tense to be carried by three police i Gamble s father whom she North african capital quietly men from an Airport building has not seen for years is or. But firmly split the crowd at to a waiting car weeping All j Douglass Sharpe who lost a by intersections shunting Demon the Lime from eyes that looked custody of the two children egg Ujj by a stators Down Side streets. Red rimmed from hours of cry after their Mother s death, mood Insy a a there was no report of Vio Don t let them get she the girl presume Lence but the Mooi of the pleaded to her brother Doug being taken to the Manhattan cation with Castro in a Havana trying i television studio. Cases different Bonsai said the two cases Are quite different. He said he does not know if he will see president Eisenhower. He is due to Confer with Secretary of state Herter turn to Page 2, cot. 6 crowd grew increasingly angry As. As a crowd of newsmen the Center of the City was an ear splitting bedlam. Automobile Drivers honked their horns in the five beat slogan Algeria Francaise Algeria is French. The mood in Algiers was for showdown Between French settlers who want Algeria to remain part of France and de representatives of the Union Gaulle who insists that even Aii Assn. Which owns prop tally Algeria must be allowed. A. To decide its own destiny. I proposed downtown exist. The demonstration for Mas parking site saturday told the although the association rep us a hero of Algeria s one Board of parking commission million frenchmen began Chemers they will fight with every a noisy crowd of students be Means in their Power attempts commission they would not tons of the cuban people but did not believe the present drive for social and economic sunny rest s Center Section dates Back to 1913, when tuberculosis was still the nation s no. 1 cause journal times photos of death. It s East Wing right was added in 1936. The West Wing finished itt 1939, houses Hospital patients. Character of sunny rest changes As modern Medicine conquers to editor s note this is tilt first of two articles on sunny rest Sanatorium and general Hospital and the woman who has been its superintendent since 1926, miss Eila Neumann. By Bob Herman Snow Drifting across sunny rest s tree covered grounds blew through open windows onto Beds of sleeping patients. The Snow collected on top of tightly Woven horse blankets while the patients with parkas Over their Heads slept under the piles of woolens. Nurses working in the Sanatorium where patients rested and built up their resistance to respiratory infection some times look temperatures with i up and drugs on the monthly gloves. I visits. The advances in drug ther i this was part of the program of tuberculosis treatment when miss Ella Neumann took Over As sunny rest s superintendent nearly 34 years ago. Now As she prepares for retirement in March she can review vast changes in the treatment program and in the institution located on Durand Road. Most of her patients today aided by modern medicines and surgery Are in and out of the Sanatorium quickly. She sees 80 per cent of her patients once a month. They Are cared for on an outpatient basis getting a Check apy and surgery in the last decade have freed to patients from the endless months of isolation and confinement in the institution. Staying confined in sunny rest was particularly difficult for the men and women who had families it was so hard turn to Page 5, col. 1 in this Section world National and state news pages 2, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11 local 4, 5 american heritage. Page 15 editorial Pic a 18 ouch taxes to help readers prepare and understand thei Federal income tax return and in Fig i ing the tax they must pay the Racine journal times and sunday bul Letin today begins a series of eight articles prepared by the National and state organizations of certified Public accountants. The first of the series will be found on Page 12. Union Hall vows fight on parking land Issue we Don t want a new build ing. We just want a place to resent lives expressed disgust with the Price proposed by the Gan parading Down the crowded to condemn their property. Rue Michelet. But they added they might reconsider their decision if the association were offered More Money for their property than the parking Board informally has suggested. Drop attempts to Rescue miners Coalbrook. South Africa f commission is negotiate recommended by private a specify a figure with which they would be satisfied. Suggests own appraisal Robert n. Smith parking commission chairman said the figures informally offered for the properties involved were ing the Purchase of six parcels Rescue workers Satur of land on Wisconsin Avenue Day night were pulled out of a across from the Myca build Coal mine where 440 men Havering. The Sites have been a been trapped for two Days by praised but neither the a a giant Rock fall up Faisal figures nor what the there were reports that an a a pay Are being of other Rock slide had occurred of a has been revealed. Deep in the mine. A Hopes for reaching the entombed men dwindled further with the announcement that Rescue teams were being withdrawn. No heard from place to exist Paul race sr., president of the Union group said the association could not replace the Union Hall for the Money the sound has been City has offered them since they we re not going to take this were Cut off. Flying Down race declared xj5 rocket plane makes successful flight Edwards air Force base Calif. In the trouble plagued x15 rocket ship made a successful flight saturday zooming to an Altitude of More than 60,000 feet and exceeding 1,400 Miles an hour. It was the Black Dart s first flight since a companion Model had an explosion and fire in the engine compartment during a lest run. I 8 Good to be Back in the sad u4 again said test Pilot Scott Crossfield of North american aviation. He Lead piloted the other x15 on its near disastrous flight last nov. 5. The rocket ship was dropped from beneath the Wing of an eight Jet b-52 bomber at 45,000 feet saturday. The x15 then flew under its own Power for nine minutes before skidding to a Landing on the bed of Rogers pry hak9. I praises. He suggested that the Union association hire a different appraiser and presen the commission with a counter offer. Traffic Engineer tred j. Kaiser or. Outlined to the association representatives Why the Wisconsin Avenue site was turn to Page 5, col. 1 classmate admits killing girl 14 Sheridan. Wyo. M the bludgeoned body of a polio crippled girl was found saturday on the dirt floor of a Chicken House and an hour later her High school classmate admitted yes 1 hit her with a the victim was 14-year-old Clifta Kimble. Tom Black ledge 15, admitted lie beat the girl to death. Blackledge gave no reason for Thyl slaying. Changes is necessarily inconsistent with a due regard for the rights of private american interests there prior to the envoy s arrival Eisenhower and Herter discussed the cuban situation in a general foreign policy review. Report 40 seized in assassination plot Havana reports from Holguin in Eastern Orient province saturday said military intelligence agents had broken up a counter revolutionary ring and arrested 40 persons. The reports said the group planned the assassination of government leaders in Orient and acts of sabotage. In Havana police arrested Nemesio Xaviero Blanco former chauffeur for ousted dictator Fulgencio Batista. Xaviero Blanco was accused of taking part in events of March 13, 1957." that was the Date a number of students were killed in an assault on the presidential Palace. Racine area weather bunday Jan. A 1860 mostly Cloudy with occasional very Light Snow flurries today through monday. High today around 25 and Low tonight about 15. Westerly winds 5 to 12 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in Wisconsin Cloudy and occasional Light Snow flurries today and monday. Somewhat higher temperatures most sections today and Monde by we a to mostly in Thi 20i 4

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