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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 13, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The r4cine journal Timbs vol 31, no. 30. Racine. Wis., sunday november 13, 1960 probes Eye vote recheck Washington a the Senate elections subcommittee has asked the Justice department to keep it informed an any evidence it might receive of Federal voting violations in last tuesday s elections. Republican National discover child slain in Park near Chicago c hic a g o the mauled body of a Little girl who vanished somewhere Between Home and Church saturday was found in the underbrush of a Forest preserve which two years ago yielded the bodies of two other youngsters. A grieving father identified saturday s victim As 9-year-old Gloria Kowalewicz who left Home Early saturday morning to attend mass at a South Side Church. The Driver of a laundry truck Harry Lindeman 40 was seated at a Roadside table in Palos Woods when he spied the Cli ild s body in a Thicket her head and face bloody and disfigured. Preliminary investigation indicated she Lead been shot. Ninth in five years police reported the face of the dead girl was badly beaten. The Little girl was the ninth Chicago area child to meet violent death in the last five years. Only two weeks ago. The sexually abused body of 13-year-old Ronald Martin was found in a san Pilc at a South Side construction site. Palos Parl is a wooded area Southwest of the City. Most of the other crimes were pinpointed in North or Northwest sections. Of the nine eight Are unsolved in eluding tie slaying of Brothers John and Anton Schuessler 13 and 11, and their 14-year-old Friend Robert Peterson who were found strangled oct. 18, 1955 in a Forest preserve. Grimes Sisters the deaths two years later of the Grimes Sisters Barbara 15, and Patricia 13 whose Frozen bodies were found in a Southwest preserve. The dismemberment slaying later in 1957, of Judith Mae Andersen 16 portions of her body were recovered from receptacles dumped into a Lake Michigan Harbor on the North Side appoint chairman of inaugural a cavities Washington a sen. Henry m. Jackson demo c r a t i c National committee chairman announced saturday appointment of Edward h Foley Washington attorney As chairman of the inaugural committee. Selection of Foley to direct plans for the inauguration o John f. Kennedy next Janu Ary Jackson said was made after consultation with the president elect. Chairman Thruston b. Morton had announced he had asked gop leaders in 11 states to re Check the votes. Aides to vice pres. Richard m. Nixon the Republican presidential Candi Date said he was not consulted about Morton s move. Sen. Theodore Francis Green sent a Telegram to atty. Gen. William p. Rogers asking the Justice department to keep it posted on any vote fraud developments. Green said the Senate subcommittee on privileges and elections which he Heads has jurisdiction for the Senate Over such matters As presidential elections and contested elections. Green s message said ". In consideration of the subcommittee s Clear authority to investigate election frauds irregularities or other unlawful actions affecting the result of Federal elections 1, hereby request your Active co operation in keeping this subcommittee informed of the receipt of sworn complaints or any evidence indicating violation of Federal or state election Laws governing the selection of applaud return of Viet Nam Calm Washington up the United states saturday welcomed the Quick restoration of order in South Viet Nam where president Ngo Binh diem is reported to have overcome a coup by paratroopers. Security in South Viet Nam is vitally important state department officials said because of the dangers of communist intervention in any unsettled circumstances. 88 pages-6 sections-80 cents s. Puts in orbit new spy satellite Kennedy vows new latin Good neighbor policy presidential or vice presiden tial electors or candidates for the United states Senate. If any investigation Hasi of been initiated or is contemplated by your department in those areas in which this subcommittee is interested will you kindly advise the subcommittee of any such inquiry or inquiries and provide copies of any comp Lawit affidavit or other evidence you May Nixon aides have made it Clear they do not expect any recount to reverse tuesday s democratic Victory. five players. From Park High school s big eight conference co Champion football team made this year s journal times and sunday bulletin All City football team. Read the Story and see pictures of the team on Page 3 of today s sports Section. by Thi aii Oclatis Presa John f. Kennedy issued a statement saturday promising the people of latin America a vigorous re establishment of the Good neighbor policy of the Franklin d. Roosevelt Era. The statement was issued through Colorado gov. Stephen Mcnichols in new York. Kennedy vacationing in Palm Beach fla., agreed saturday to a meeting with Janio Quadros of Brazil a meeting destined to discuss Cuba Castro and communist inroads in the Western world. The decision followed a bid Kennedy from outgoing brazilian president Juscelino Kubitschek to help Block the spread of the cold War that has already begun its evil penetration amidst Kennedy scarcely had settled Down for a vacation beside the Atlantic to rest up from the arduous Campaign for the White House before receiving a brazilian delegation. But Over the weekend aides said the emphasis was to be on soaking up Sun surf and Solitude no More appointments. This week Kennedy is heading into a round of conferences in preparation for the changeover of administrations. Personnel changes and departmental streamlining of several government regulatory agencies will be recommended in reports by James m. Landis newly appointment efficiency expert to Kennedy. Landis a new York attorney who said he a n d associates have been working on the re port for More than six months will report to Kennedy on dec. 15. He said his report will recommend personnel changes in top regulatory posts to remove the do nothing dead Wood that is afraid to show leadership and will go Down the line to the staff explosion kills worker in Tunnel Oroville Calif. I pan explosion possibly lightning triggered killed one Workman and injured six in a Tunnel of the $65 million Oroville Wyandotte irrigation project saturday. Tie men were within a few minutes of leaving the Over night shift when the blast occurred. Hope to capture space vehicles capsule today Vandenberg air Force base i i a new sky spy satellite vehicle rocketed into orbit around the Earth s a wire Holo Louisiana s gov. Jimmie Dacia right looked at papers served by a . Marshal left restraining him from interference with school integration in the state. Davis had just returned from a Hunting trip. . Attorney general warns foes of school integration in Louisiana Washington Dpi atty. Gen. William p. Rogers warned saturday that he will use the full Power of his office to prevent Louisiana officials from blocking court ordered integration of the new Orleans Public schools. Rogers also told gov. Jimmy Davis in a Telegram any resistance obstruction or interference with Federal court or Der will be a violation of Federal Davis accepted a Federal order to stay out of new Orleans school integration. A . Marshal served the papers on Davis As he returned. To the governor s mansion from a Dove Hunt. The governor who had dodged Federal process servers in earlier Federal action in August had notified the . Marshal he would accept the Federal orders. Rogers said he is confident that Louisiana Public officials will uphold and support the Constitution of the United states and will exert every Effort to give full co operation to the Federal courts in order that Law and order May be Louisiana officials Are Mak Tum to Page 2, col. 2 poles saturday. An air Force spokesman said the satellite. Discoverer Ovll apparently was in a Good orbit. Almost two hours after launch the air Force said ground tracking stations at Alaska and Hawaii had determined that the second stage was orbiting. Over red bloc the entire 2.100-Pound second stage of the rocket is designed to go into a Polar orbit that would take it Over Iron curtain countries several times a Day. Future satellites employing the same second stage vehicle will carry television cameras which could scan potential Mil itary targets. Discoverer xvii like Previ Ous discoverers carried a capsule which the air Force hoped to catch in the air near Hawaii today after its separation from the second stage. Only this time the capsule of a to separate on a signal from the ground. Previously the separation time has been fixed by automatic timing devices within the vehicle. Only one capsule has been plucked from the air so far. List advantage the satellite vehicle has these advantages Over models used in previous shots i. Maneule ability. Using radio signals air Force officers will be Able to Stop and re Start future engines of this Type in space. There was no plan to use this capability saturday but most 1961 military Satel ills Are expected to be Able to change orbit on command arid even take evasive action if threatened. 2. Larger payload. The new satellite vehicle called Agena a is 25 feet Long 5 feet in diameter and weigh 2,100 pounds after is 12,900 pounds of fuel have been burned up. Both Agenas Are built by Lockheed aircraft corp., which also makes the u2 spy plane Center of an International controversy when one went Down Over Russia last Spring. In this Section world . And state news pages 2. 3, 4,., 7, 8, 10 local Newi Page 6 18 american heritage Page 20 51 h 11 mutinous police hold Congo City Stanleyville. The Congo a mutinous military policemen held this capital City of the Congo s Oriental province at gunpoint saturday in the name of sex Premier Patrice Lumumba. The military regime of col Joseph Mobutu in Leopold Llla 800 Miles to the Southwest does not exist for this City within a Jungle. Jittery officials of the provincial government Are arrested daily. Officers of the disorganized Garrison Are beaten and thrown into jail. The slightest suspicion of pro Mobutu sympathies can cause this. No one knows from Day to Day who commands the troops or who is in charge of the 11 local government ministries. Alphonse Mongolo once Lumumba s communications minister but later his detractor is in the City Hospital going Blind. He was beaten for two hours by military police then left unattended for four Days. . Officials say the situation is out of their hands. Popcorn victim that last Kernel Cost Popcorn Lover Timothy Goltz a Rescue squad said Tinothy was very Brave and did t whimper at All while the 40-Mtnut is Low tonight old Soi. Southerly winds 10 to is Miles per hour. Elsewhere in state mostly fair South consid a r a b i e cloudiness North through monday. Chance of a few Brief periods of Light rain or Snow extreme North. Little change in tempera Tures. High Twity us Hiorth and sos Uuk

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