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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 12, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Racine st nday bulletin Tun 12, 10 50 Sec. Page & Indio fears communists hide among Tibet refugees l , India up crease in the flow of refugees 1 my inn officials in Border areas i within the last month is be facing Thot Are concerned a lived to he tin acute food Lahout the senility risk from shortage and a general feeling the swelling ranks of tibetan of insecurity refugees. Hie recent upsurge of fight i More than i tibetans or is so driving some per i stored India after the chinese sons to. A most cases the communists crushed the chinese apparently arc willing tibetan uprising last year. To to to of Licius feared then that chinese agents Wen planted bring Home some butter and eggs mrs. Michael Sackman. Right 501 3 mile Road Speaks from her Home to her husband in his car left Reading the list of groceries he is to pick up on his Way Home. The Sac mans own one of the 25 citizen s band radio systems in Racine. About two years ago the Federal communications commission announced the allocation of 22 channels in the Short wave frequency spectrum for private radio frequencies for the Public. Under new regulations equipment operated in the citizen s band formerly used by Amateur radio operators and called the 11 meter band May be licensed by any u. S. Citizen 18 years of age or Over. Some of the uses of a citizen s band system can be radio communication from Home to Auto garage to Tow truck car to car Golf clubhouse to carts farm House to tractor. Range is roughly id Miles but Freak weather conditions have enabled Racine residents Here to speak to other operators in California and Florida. All citizen s band equipment is limited to five Walls of Power. Center photo shows a typical citizen s band Antenna on the roof of a Home for a base station. Each on the Antenna is about 96 inches Long. The k c is currently receiving 6,000 applications a month for licenses. Among the refugees but had no citizens halt Way of conducting a thorough. Security Check the full length Power project of the Border. New influx Macy. group now the problem is increase of Farmers their wives and ing because of a new influx. Other landowners hailed con Many chinese deserters and stir Lim fan tric Power timeline Between the Niagara and st. Lawrence Power pro a former tibetan communists Are reported among the newcomers. The authorities Are Niv certain whether they can a acts. Cent at race value All these peo t,10 nip .,.,r an Alabama mans 40. Year from him it for his brother ended i a Mno Lher br0thcr Dames yelled 1-Oley. This is. It a Jesse left their no Pink Tea neither is this retorted headed in Man finds brother in jail . One for the sidelines the next few hours were a Melee. The wives tackled the windows and the assault was 10 minutes old when mrs. Ark Wright dropped a Sash on her left hand. Mrs. Flinders immediately stepped into her position and the casualty was rushed to the Field Hospital in the West Wing. The second wave of the attack moved up with the men left their farm near in the Mecklenberg county jail. Huntsville ala., in 1936 and. Big muscular Ervom Bee headed in different directions mrs. Barnes As she emptied the weaker. 60, stood outside the to find Howard residue of her Wash water on Baranof ? be a a called .t0 tie the closest we Ever l Small battered Man inside got Howard said Bee was in Washington d. A when Jesse traced him to his right foot. Farwell slipped and fell off the chair he was using As a is that you Bee the Little a hotel. Howard had checked ladder. When he arose he Fadiman replied  out a few hours a Small Toad in his hand. It s me said Bee whitaker.-, ".,Uvti \ this Guy pushed me1he we re going Home. Boy. You prirri.0j a. Can deploying the screens into to Pusner me new ant a r. Paralysed by sting squeaked Don t Brush swat the next wave of the attack want to go Home left Home in 1948, woman Dies this was the reunion for1 orov1lle, Calif. To v. In Ifim nent my in a wifi it of to Les. 14 to 1 32to 3v Joevon Levi Ith c a v. I a to. Wash and Wear 4 5 of store hours monday m . To 9 . Charge father s Day gifts use Rahns revolving credit take up to 6 Nio iils u pay. Wash and Wear London fog a weather coat the world s most talked about coat dad will Wear it through Ali weather All seasons. Smart comfortable styling. Natural color. Sizes 38 to 46. 323 50 Kahnt Man i year first floor

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