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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 20, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Mcane journal times a. Of 31, no. 31. Racine wis., sunday november 20, 1960 44 pages sections.20 Cintz alaskan vote goes to Nixon late revisions saturday in vote counts from the nov. 8 elections put Alaska solidly into vice pres. Richard m. Nixon s column and Cut Democrat John f. Kennedy s winning margin to 186,774. With 1,305 of the nation s voting units still unreported and Many Absentee ballots still to be counted the totals were Kennedy 33,896,551 and Nixon 33,699,777. Kennedy still had 300 electoral votes-31 More than the minimum needed for election. Since Alaska earlier had been considered a Likely win for Nixon the Over All electoral vote picture was not changed. Nixon clinched Alaska s three electoral votes As counting of Absentee ballots gave him a steadily mounting Lead. With about half of Alaska s approximately 5,0 00 Absentee votes tallied and All the voting units reported the Over All count was Nixon 29,390, Kennedy 28,437, was considered democratic before the election most political experts had considered Alaska As firmly in the democratic column. In California where Nixon pulled ahead on thursday As the counting of Absentee ballots progressed the latest Overall count was Nixon 3,237,451 and Kennedy 3,216,745. Most of the state s Absentee vote has been totalled. Ask . To probe alleged voting fraud Washington the Justice department said saturday it has asked the Fri to investigate several alleged voting frauds in last week s presiden a tial elections. A department spokesman declined however to say where the alleged irregularities occurred. Nor would he estimate the number under investigation. Meanwhile Republican party organizations in five new Jersey counties saturday obtained court orders for recounts of the nov. 8 presidential election. The local party units acted on orders of the Republican state com Hiitter which ordered the recount in the five counties which gave Kennedy a 139,000-vote Edge Over Nocon. Kennedy carried the state by 21,800 votes. Claim tourists bilked at Moscow s a Jetport Moscow the soviet press said saturday some workers at the Sherem Eteva Airport Buffet have cheated travellers out of 10,000 rubles by halving portions of caviar and diluting Good Cognac with bad. By russian evaluation that s $37,500. The Buffet is patronized chiefly by Western toil lists since the Airport is a terminal for International flights. State Deer Hunters kill 3 men Init real Russ assail a s. In u. N. Row Over Congo president United nations . African conciliation commis a the soviet Union in Sion which is due in the Congo leashed a bitter attack on the at the end of next week to see United states saturday in an what can be done about re doubts order to Hurt Navy san Francisco up president Eisenhower s order to Cut Back the number of overseas dependents of military personnel should have Little effect on morale an assistant Navy Secretary said saturday. The statement by Richard Jackson assistant Secretary of the Navy for personnel and re serve forces ran counter to the reaction of army Sec. Wilbur Brucker who said the order would be a threat to combat effectiveness. I get a Little impatient with the word morale. It s a cliche word said Jackson in san Francisco to address the seventh annual convention of the naval Reserve Assn. Morale is really a function of leadership. Our people can take a lot of hardship without deleterious effects As Long As they Jive a skipper s who s doing his Job defense Sec. Thomas s. Gates or. Said last week the pullback of some 284,000 wives and children of military personnel would begin in january. Turkey announces amnesty for 25,000 Ankara up Turkey s revolutionary government saturday announced an amnesty for 25,000 persons serving sentences in turkish prisons. Included in the amnesty Are those serving life terms for murder. Their sentences will be reduced to 24 years. This was the second amnesty granted within two months. Tine government has never officially announced any reasons for the a a Mitty. Effort to bar a general Assembly seat to Congo pres. Joseph Kas Mvubu. But Western diplomats remained confident that the Assembly would vote in his favor. Valerian a. Zorin soviet Deputy foreign minister told the Assembly his country would not be bound by any decision upholding a recommendation of the Assembly s credentials committee that a delegation headed by Kas Mvubu be Given the vacant Congo seat. The Assembly met in a special saturday session on the question but adjourned until monday without reaching any decision. It still must hear Long list of a Deakers before reaching the voting stage. Present administration Zorin s speech bristled with angry denunciations of the United states Belgium and the North Atlantic treaty organization Powers. But he was careful to Point out that it was the present . Administration he was accusing. He has already expressing soviet willingness to Confer with the incoming Kennedy administration on disarmament and his language saturday indicated Moscow might be putting out feelers for talks on other issues As Well. Zorin called Kas Mvubu a puppet of the United states and attempts to seat him in the Assembly an indecent the whole history of the International crisis in the con solving political rivalries. Kas Mvubu has said he will withhold any decision on welcoming the commission until the Assembly decides to seat his delegation. Ghana official won t leave Congo Leopold Ville the Congo a ghanaian charge d affaires Nathaniel Welbeck declared saturday night he will ignore col. Joseph Mobutu s order to get out of the Congo by monday " i do not intend to leave the Congo unless i am recalled by my government the defiant Welbeck asserted in his official residence which was ringed by a . Protective guard. The pro Western Mobutu turn to Page 2, col. 8 scientific efforts by the . Must double and redouble in size and strength in order to forge ahead of the communists a presidential advisory commission reported saturday. Story on Page 15. by the Aimoli ind l Rry a three Hunters were killed by gunshot and two others wounded and one suffered a fatal heart attack As the 1960 Wisconsin Deer season opened saturday. The Hunting pressure was reported As heavy but Early reports indicated that the first Day s bag was Light. There was no Snow on the ground and tracking was difficult As leaves and branches crackled under foot. The first death was recorded Only 11 minutes after the opening. Killed were Jerry Jacobson 25, Rice Lake. Allmuth Martalock. 78, of Rural Ontario in Vernon county. Roy Olson about 60, of Rural Madison. Bullet enters shoulder Jacobson was shot and killed by a fellow Hunter while Hunting near Spooner in Wash Bourn county. The Bullet entered near his shoulder and lodged in his Lup. Me was tiie father of one child. Martalock was struck in the Chest by a 16-Guage Shotgun blast at 6 35 . As he hunted near Valley Junction in Northeast Monroe county. Authorities were questioning two boys 16 and 17, who were Hunting nearby. Olson was hit by a stray shot at 7 15 . As he and eight companions hunted four Miles East of new Miner in Juneau county. The body of Alex Jacoby 69, of Prairie do Sac was found a around 9 30 . Southeast of originally called in connect ing the u-2 spy plane incident devils Lake slate Park in Havana that Khrushchev haution with Russia s National an he refused to negotiate with i Sauk county. Coroner Otto now advised Castro to go More Niv Ersary Celebration earlier p resident Eisenhower an Pawlisch said death was caused slowly in his conflict with the this month the conference ran broke up the Summit Confer by a heart attack. United states and reports from on several Days longer in Paris. Since Kennedy s suspect robbery Moscow that the communist was expected. Western experts turn to Pace 2 Coj 2 i la a i wants to promote chances fori Summit conference there had said this probably meant thru a Summit conference with Fin Fly come to an end. Sees Chev and his red chinese journal times photon what where Why this unusual setting was photographed in Racine and has a surprising Story with it. Before turning to Page 11 for the an Swers see if you can guess the what where and Why. Report is death Al minutes after Start of season is Nikita applying curbs to Castro by John m. Hightower coincidence of reports from Washington up Sov go is one of direct interference i Premier Nikita Khrushchev in the affairs of that country i putting a Loose Halter by the United states and the a p " minister Fidel Castro nato Powers he said. "11� a because Khrushchev is an interference in the United nations command and the Secretary general unfortunately became a cites Lumumba John f. Kennedy Story on Page 19. Next Spring. J but there Are undoubtedly Issue stamp bearing other reasons for his reported quotation by Lincoln new York in a four he asserted that from the j Effort to slow Down Castro s very outset the United states anti american Campaign. And was opposed to the govern one of the reasons Given con ment of deposed Premier a Sid Erable importance Here is quotation from a letter writ Trice Lumumba whose Dele a that Khrushchev does not want ten by Abraham Lincoln was Tion the soviet Union and to be called upon to carry out issued saturday on the 97th an up from the Long some asian african members want represented in the United nations. Almost overshadowing the Assembly debate itself was speculation on the chances of Success for the 15-nation asian cent postage stamp bearing a having Sirouhie sleuths seeking their Row Over meter snatchers critics were working out peaceful co existence to the Point where they could show some degree of Unity to the West. This implies that Khrushchev is still fighting hard for a softer line than the red chinese his threat to Back up Cuba in a War with the United states. He wants Castro to Stop Short of crowding the United states to the danger Point. State department experts were interested saturday in the Niv Ersary of the civil War pres be War or peace Issue How ident s Gettysburg address. Question of the the quotation. Those who soviet red chinese bloc policy deny Freedom to others de i a serve it not for themselves ministration in Washington next january was taken from a letter written april 6, 1859. U. S. Dollar won t be devalued says economic adviser to Ike Paris a Raymond j. Saulnier chairman of president Eisenhower s Council of economic advisers said saturday that no one should expect devaluation of the american Dollar. Saulnier speaking at the University of Paris also said he Felt the . Economy was in very Good position to resume an Advance which has characterized it Over the Saulnier was asked by a student to explain the implications of a devaluation of the . Dollar. I Don t think you should expect a Dollar devaluation at All he said. After a few months in which we have done Little More than hold our own he said we Are in a Good position to move up. I believe the next decisive move in the . Economy will be an Saulnier said he was not claiming there had been no recent decline in the . Economy f but by Iii. Theri he been nothing which could properly be termed an economic recession. I think this can be avoided. This is the legacy i leave to my meanwhile . Sec. Of the Treasury Robert b. Anderson and underscore tiry of Static idol stat Dixon arrival in Bonn to Tell the West germans they must spend More Money to help the Peoples of less fortunate nations. Seeking ways to Stem a Drain on . Gold and Dollar reserves the two men flew to Germany in a special . Air fore Jet again the experts Here believe that Khrushchev is doing everything he can to maintain a reasonably Friendly and hopeful attitude toward Kennedy. They say this does not mean that he expects real settlements or is prepared to make Concession to the West on major issues like disarmament and Germany. Summit idea More Likely it Means that he wants to recover the use of the Summit conference idea As a pressure to Force the West into negotiations and he May Hope into eventual concessions. Khrushchev lost this advantage last May when follow Londona t parking meter 1460 is gone torn from its moorings in smart Berkely Square. Detectives gathered in a thoughtful group around the Little Hole in the sidewalk and decided some unspeakable Bounder stole the meter for Rea sons unknown. The Man to did it must have had the strength of Samson mused a City Council official. Or else he used a machine of some kind like a motorists got to Park free alongside the Little Hole. Center struck in the Back by 16-Gungo Shotgun slug which came out his Abdomen. He was tinting in Southern Trempealeau county and apparently mistaken for a Deer. Kenneth Lawson of Bagle turn to Page 2, col. 6 report China to explode 1st a-6ombin1961 London i red China will explode its first atomic bomb late in 1961, the sunday times reported today. The newspaper said the explosion will be at least As Large As one of France s Sahara desert blasts. The report from the paper s far correspondent Richard Hughes was attributed to intelligence sources in Tokyo. Revised program Hughes did not specify which Sahara blast he meant. The first in february had a Power equivalent of Between 60,000 and 70,000 tons of int. The second in april was said to have been less powerful than the . Hiroshima bomb which equated 20,000 tons of int. Hughes said there was evidence the red chinese had revised their program which formerly scheduled production of Asia s first atomic bomb by the end of 1962. He claimed this had now been seeded up by 12 months under a secret priority directive of the chinese politburo. Key materials the correspondent said rus county authorities War Oisin had ensured the Supply of studying the possibility Jacoby key materials under a revised was robbed because his Rifle pact for scientific co operation valued at .$200, was missing but he said development of along with an undetermined amount of Money from his Wallet. Undersheriff James Minim the bomb was left in chinese hands. Western experts have not i doubted China s technical skill and asst. Dist atty. James to produce an atomic bomb Karch of Baraboo said the body Hughes said. But All Are in was discovered by Dale Jack pressed by the rapidity with son of Baraboo also Hunting which the piping regime is the officials quoted Jacoby s progressing from theoretical partner. Hunter Trabor of research to Prairie do Sac As saying Jacoby was not one to lose his Rifle and never went Hunting without Money on his person. They organized a group of Hunters to scour the Woods but the missing items were not found. List wounded among the wounded were Donald Miller 33, Richland in this Section world . And state news pages 2. 4, 5,7,8, 10,13. 14, local news Page 8 editorial Page 18 Auto speeding at 100-m.p.h. Rams apartment kills child arrest woman sought in Wisconsin robbery new. Orleans to Fri agents saturday night arrested Harriet Mcgee 40, wanted for a july armed robbery at eau Claire wis. Agents said the woman told them her Home was in new Orleans. She was sought As a fugitive to avoid prosecution for the Holdup of a supermarket in the Wisconsin City. Homestead Fla. Up a car speeding from police at an estimated 100 Miles per hour smashed into  a Small apartment saturday killing a baby month old Vicky Lynn Mccoy and her Mother were knocked through a Carport Wall. Mrs. Joseph Mccoy is in critical condition with a broken leg and Pelvis. Her bus band suffered a broke i a. Police said the car s Driver leaped from the wreckage and ran. Five hours later Jacob Mccray. 27. Of Hom Tiad was for ipad ii. Arrested and charged with manslaughter. He was t scratched an officer said. It was terrible " said officer Robert Linton. The father was wandering around in the dark Yelling " my wife. My baby. My wife. My baby " the automobile travelled 32 feet through the building s front Wall and continued into the Carport furniture a refrigerator an a stove were Flung into the Carport along with the Auto and Vic Tinas. Fouce were chasing he car Racine area weather mostly sunny and mild to Day. Fair and a Little cooler tonight monday partly Cloudy and continued mild. High today upper 40$. Low tonight upper 208. Toter by winds 10 to 18 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in state fair with Little temperature change today. Fair and Cool t9night. Monday partly Cloudy. High today mostly in the 40s, Low 23. To 29

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