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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 15, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin
The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 4. Racine wis., sunday May 15, 1960 78 pages-5 sections-20 cents. Protests cuban attack demand Castro Tell Why sub was fired on Washington the United states protested to Cuba saturday against what it termed an unprovoked attack on a . Submarine while on the High seas. This government demanded an explanation of the incident while at the same time vigorously disputing accusations by cuban Premier Fidel Castro that the . Has aggressive designs against Cuba. The . View was conveyed to Cuba by Lester d. Mallory Deputy assistant Secretary of state for inter american affairs. He called Iii the highest ranking cuban Diplomat in charts to refute Castro s charges that . Warships violated cuban Waters. The navigation track of the sea to Allier at the time of the disputed incident indicated she was More than five Miles from the nearest Rock or Point of land Ever claimed by Cuba. The incident occurred May 6 and until Castro made his charges about it Friday night the . Navy apparently had been unaware that its sub had been fired upon. Both the Navy and the state department disputed Castro s Contention that the Craft had been chased from Washington and delivered the the area by the cuban firing. President remains publicly silent As he takes off for Summit Parley journal times Poloi once error twice in 100-twin Colts Don t happen every Day. In fact the Odds Are about once in 100 births. The honors for this 100 went to Duchess the Albino Mare of Daniel Squires Union Grove about two week ago. Dressing Down in person. Without provocation a state department nou Cement said Mallory had demanded an explanation of Why an armed vessel of the cuban Navy fired without provocation on the sea Castro in his latest Harangue denounced the . Again in a Stead of showing what . Officials feel is the Temperance required in order to ease tensions. Exp Reti regret tie department expressed poacher while the latter was regret that Castro should con pursuing a peaceful passage on Tine to follow such a course. As an example of the Distor the High the Navy earlier had. Dis played ship logs and navigation Washington up president Eisenhower took off saturday night for the Paris Summit conference and a face to face meeting with soviet Premier Khrushchev under ten Lions heightened by the . Spy plane affair. Eisenhower smiled broadly and waved a cheery Farewell As he stepped aboard the military Jet liner carrying him on the nine hour trip to Paris. The president remained publicly silent right up until departure time instead of bulletin Moscow sunday a the soviet Union saturday launched a space ship carrying a Dummy spaceman Tass reported. The space ship weighs 4 tons and is circling the Earth every 91 minutes the Agency said. The ship has a pressurized Cabin on Board which contains a Dummy spaceman and All the equipment or a future manned flight Tass said. Tass added the launching was undertaken to perfect and Check the satellite ship s system ensuring its Safe flights and controls its return to the Earth and the necessary conditions for the space the usual Farewell he cancelled a previously planned Farewell message and bypassed microphones waiting at the air Force base. Little ceremony there was an absolute minimum of ceremony at the departure and Only a few officials were on hand to bid Eisenhower fare Well. Church Bells pealed in Washington to wish him godspeed but at the Airfield Only a few onlookers attended although earlier thousands had been at the sprawling base to watch armed forces Day demonstration. The top administration official to wave Eisenhower off was asst. Secretary of state Loy Henderson. Authoritative officials said Eisenhower Hopes to convert the International juror Over the Racine area faces decision form Urban Rural school District or new District outside the City of Robert j. Herman staff bettor a Noti the viral and aubur Baa Arm East of into a Tate 94 does not now belong to a High school District but must by july 1, 1962. Involved Are 28 elementary school districts with 30 buildings in the towns of it. Pleasant and Caledonia and the villages of wind Point North Bay and Sturtevant. Much has been written and said about their joining the City of Racine in a unified school District covering All grades through High school. This is the first of a series of articles on the Basic problems and factors involved. See also picture map on Page 1 of the second Section. A yellow school bus crosses into the City on the Horlick dam Bridge headed for Houck High school and Washington Junior High. Its 60 passengers Are part of the More than 800 Rural and suburban residents who attend City Junior and senior High schools. The Cost of educating them figured at 417 a student this year is paid to the City by governments where the students live. It s a system which has for years provided High school programs to the students who come from the nearly 80-Squarc-mile Rural and suburban area East of interstate 94 in Racine county. The area has no High school and no High school District. But die pre enc tuition paying system will end soon. It Herman will end because of legislative action to Force All areas of the state into High school districts because of eventual county school committee pressures and because of the need for Long Range planning. The shape that school District organization will take in the Racine area will be decided by voters and governing turn to Page 2, col. 1 spy plan downed in Russia into a positive asset at the conference table. If challenged they said. Eisenhower is ready to cite the spy incident As an argument in favor of his plan for open skies inspection of defense potentials. Hopes to avoid clash the president is reported hoping to avoid an open propaganda Battle with Khrushchev Over the Issue. Eisenhower is known to be equipped with a big array of ammunition to fire Back at Khrushchev in any propaganda Duel. This material is reported to include heretofore secret cases of soviet agents who sought to ferret out american official and Industrial secrets. The president however is reported planning to keep these locked in his briefcase until and unless provoked by Khrushchev into demonstrating that spying is not a one Way Street. Khrushchev arrived in Paris saturday and tartly but cautiously accused unnamed influential circles of trying to preserve a cold War. Western officials at once detected signs of an attempt by the soviet Premier to drive a wedge Between the . And its Western allies. s tone was Cau i ious in an Airport address. One highly placed Westerner said it seemed Khrushchev while anxious not to wreck the Summit meeting in Advance by playing too heavily on the u2 plane incident still was under severe pressure from his own turn to Page 2, col. 6 Castro friends foes Battle in . New yorker. George h. Mangun a biochemist who was forced to Stop his experiments with White mice because of zoning restriction is getting even with the township. He is giving his 3,000 mice to the neighbourhood children. My revenge for this town is to make biologists out of All the children so they will amount to More than this generation he said. Since word got out of the mouse Giveaway More than 20 children have come to the doctor s House for them. And they usually take enough for their friends he said. The biochemist who was experimenting with mice to perfect pain killing drugs ended a year Long controversy with the township earlier this month by announcing he would move out of the state. His research lab was located in the basement of a barn near his Home. A \. Ii Pho ,0 Light no erupted in front of die cuban cons late in new York saturday. Racine area weather partly Cloudy today tonight and monday. Continued mild today. Cooler monday. High today mid 70s, lower near the Lake. Low tonight upper 40s. Southerly winds increasing to 12 to 18 Miles an hour today becoming Westerly tonight and monday. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy turning cooler Northwest portions today. Monday partly Cloudy and a Little cooler. High today near 70 Northwest to the mid 70s Southeast lower near the 1 Lake. \
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