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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 2, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin W the Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 24. Racine wis., sunday october 2, 1960 66 pages-5 sections-20 cents claim Lumumba of s talks with rival leaders United nations . A Patrice Lumumba was reported saturday night to have agreed to join in a round table conference with presi Dent Joseph Kas Mvubu arts others on the political future of the Congo. This report spread in Diplo Matic circles after . Secretary general Dag briefed his 17-nation advisory committee on the Congo in the 2 hour private session. Dispatches from Leopold Ville said earlier that ,. Lumumba dismissed from tie premiership by Kas Mvubu sept. 5, had been holding Back from the conference. Kas Mvubu and strongman col. Joseph Mobutu have been promoting the peace meeting. The information Here was that the composition and Date of the proposed round table meeting had not yet been decided. Mobutu has set up a commission of College graduates to run the country while the political rivals try to Settle their difference. United nations officials working Tok Wertime to prevent the Congo s Panorama of disaster from enlarging reported relative Calm throughout the new Republic. A considerable number of belgian teachers missionaries and technicians Are returning to the Congo after having been driven out by the congolese when Independence was proclaimed. Katanga air Force plays role in clash Elizabethville. Katanga Imp Katanga s infant air Force flew in anger for the first time saturday during a clash Between rebel Balubar tribesmen and the Katanga gendarmerie which left ,20 reported dead. The clash occurred near Mit Waba in Eastern Katanga following a predawn ambush of a Katanga army patrol. A Katanga spokesman said tie Katanga air Force which consists of a handful of Light planes piloted by belgians was mobilized during the action lie declined to say what part tic air Force played but Law As unlikely they bombed the rebels. Apparently the planes merely buzzed the fight j scene since they Are not fitted with Cannon. Belgian Prince blames Lumumba new York up Crown Prince Albert of Belgium saturday blamed the Congo crisis on one Man Patric Lumumba the ousted Premier. The Prince made the remark to reporters at Idlewild Airport before flying to san Francisco. Tito at Hyde Park Calls for great Hyde Park n. A a t preside Jit Tito of Yugoslavia saturday hailed the late Franklin Delano Roosevelt As a great Man a great american and great statesman who was striving for peace democracy and Good International the 68-year-old marshal visited Roosevelt s grave his mansion and he Roosevelt museum Here. Mrs. Roosevelt was Tito s guide during a i hour tour in Beautiful autumn Sunshine. Nikita Khrushchev says u2 apology needed before hell Meef Ike United nations . A the United states delivered a stinging of Premier Khrushchev s behaviour in the . Assembly saturday. It assailed the soviet Leader for an uproarious free swinging speech hitting at the United states its Way of life and its Friendship with Franco s Spain. . Ambassador James j. called Khrushchev s performance a spectacle and said the soviet Leader s intemperate outbursts cast grave doubt on the possibility of serious negotiation on disarmament or other major world issues. The effect of the . Response was to Lessen chances of a new fact to face meeting i patrolman John Shelby of the police record Bureau photographed Jerome pall Send damaged aut6 in the 1300 Block of Jishi Tigon after the hit and run Accident report. 5 re ,m photo. Thirteen minutes after the Accident was reported a Par Loman found the Auto being sought and licensed to the Racine county sheriff s department parked in front of sheriff Thomas Crowe s Home. Link sheriffs Auto to hit run car mishap car resister cd to the a car in the 1300 Block of Wash at . Plants new York m the International Union of electrical workers struck the. Giant general electric co. At 12 01 . Edt today despite last minute pleas by Federal mediators to postpone the work stoppage. There was Little immediate evidence of the strike since most workers ordinarily would not report for duty until monday morning. At be s big appliance Plant at Louisville ky., local 761 set up its strike Headquarters in a tent. Company signs posted at the Plant urged employees b c t w e c n Thrush Clive and president Eisenhower. Tells terms and Khrushchev later saturday strongly indicated he would not meet with Eisenhower unless Eisenhower apologizes for the u-2 flight. Furthermore Thrush c h e v said the soviets would not release the twp survivors from the u. S. Rb-47 plane shot Down july 1 in return for an Eisenhower apology on the u-2. Khrushchev took this stiff stand in a Brief meeting with newsmen at tie soviets Long Island estate where he is spending the weekend. Khrushchev unloaded his major blasts in a rambling off the cuff continuation of a prepared address As the general Assembly shifted its attention from the Neutra lists Campaign for a new Eisenhower Khrushchev meeting to the question of red China s claim to u. N. Membership. Gave led to order the soviet Leader was sharply gave led to order at one Point. Khrushchev blasted the United states As a country permitting Legal lynchings of negroes. Excitedly he Sug ment of red China s record of addiction to Power and violence waved clenched fists his voice rising to a shout. Calls Franco Hangman the so Leader demanded to be told Why red China should be excluded from membership when the u. N. Had accepted Generalissimo Francisco Franco of Spain whom Khrushchev called a Assembly president Frederick Boland of Ireland gave led him to order reminding him of turn to Page 2 col. 1 air wire photo Khrushchev gestured angrily during his talk. To report for work. Picket lines were set to go tested that barring red China Cine county sheriff s department and assigned to sheriff Thomas p. Crowe was identified saturday night As the one which earlier struck a parked Russ begin 5-year program to abolish All income taxes London the soviet government saturday started its five year program to abolish All income taxes. The plan announced last week took effect with the sex now Tim gulp is a collector too chicagoan Clifton Kendrick 15, of suburban Park Forest will have to make a new Start on his 9th Grade biology class project collecting insects. His younger brother 21-months-old Timothy disposed of the collection that took Clifton More than a month to round up. The boys Mother came upon Timothy As he was gulping Down the last of the collection a Butterfly. A physician said Timothy would suffer no after effects. I but the Mother was Given a Tad put to bed. Emotion of income tax on workers and employees earning up to 500 rubles $125 a month Moscow radio said. Announcing the program finance minister Vasily Garbuzov said those earning from 5q1 to 600 rubles will pay on the average of 40 per cent less the second stage of the program will Start oct. 1, 1961 when taxes on people earning up to 600 rubles will be wiped out. Those earning from 601 to 800 rubles will pay 40 per cent less tax. The Complete abolition of taxes levied on workers and employees is to be carried out. By oct. 1, 1965," Garbuzov said. He stated the tax cuts Verc made possible by the great successes in the development of National Economy the fact Pace of the Rise in National income of the .s.r. And the consequent strengthening of the financial resources to the 8t�t�," Ringlon ave. And kept on go ing. Police were still investigating the Accident at Midnight saturday but said a full report would be forwarded to City atty. Thomas p. Corbett monday. They were questioning Crowe at his Home saturday night about an hour after the mishap but no arrests were made. According to police reports Jerome pall sen of 1134 Fairway drive told them a Blue Chevrolet with License num turn to Page 2, col. 4 up at plants in fort Wayne ind., Tell City ind., and Linton ind. Some planned to work today banking furnaces. The Lue which represents 170,000 be employees in plants around the country called the strike after failure to reach a new contract in six weeks of negotiations. The strike was certain to curtail a Large portion of be s production but there was no Way of assessing its Over All effects at the outset. Both sides had made overtures toward continuing negotiations without a walkout immediately but could not agree on terms. Federal mediators had worked feverishly toward such a goal when it became Plain the parties were nowhere near agreement on a contract. Conceivably could Spur the communist countries to form a United nations of their own. But in the next breath he said nobody would want that. If such a thing should come to pass Khrushchev said that would be the burying ground of the United the Assembly s extra saturday session began with a statement by wads Worth opposing a bid for general debate on red China s claim to membership. Khrushchev followed him to the stage and after Reading his text launched into a free swinging off the cuff attack on the United states and its allies. Wadsworth then made a second appearance under the u. N. Right to reply Rule. Khrushchev smarting under Wadsworth s detailed a wire Holo ambassador Wadsworth rebutted the russians. New cuban financial curbs May hamper departing yanks Havana prime minister Fidel Castro s government has announced new financial restrictions that might affect the departure of american residents from Cuba. The latest measure prohibits airlines and travel agencies from Selling tickets for trips indict abroad without prior approval president Macmillan Fly to Washington for talks Washington of pres ident Eisenhower and British prime minister Harold Macmillan flew Here saturday for the strategy meeting they will hold today. The president returned froth Denver where he and Fri. Eisenhower attended the i uner a of mrs. Elivera Doud the first lady s Mother. Macmillan flew a from new York where he had teen attending sessions of the United nations general Assembly. Eisenhower Macmillan and Robert , prime min Ster of Australia will confers this morning on Way to achieve we Timm Aima in the general Assembly despite the opposition of soviet Premie Nikita Khrushchev. The three will be joined by u. 5. Sec of state Christian Herter British foreign Sec. Lord Home and ambassador Howard Beals of Australia. One topic they were to Dis Cusi was the swelling pressure from neutralise nations for an Eirien Hewer Khrushchev meet ing chancg8 of this seemed Remote after the russian s . Outburst. Saturday and his later demands that the u. S. President apologise for the u2 spy plane incident before mating could take place. It Pullan. While in route to Macguire air Force base n. J., saturday for his flight to to Washington was forced to Nake a Quick change of cars when his a cries Royce caught re in the Lincoln Tunnel. Dali hopeful 3f face to face talks Salt Lake Citrin Deal e. Stevenson said saturday if president Eisenhower rejects a demand to fice in this Section world . And state news pages.2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 13 local 4,8, am Kij Iii heritage.,. Fue 155 e4itorlal.Page 1 to face with soviet Premier Khrushchev i Hope he will have an explanation that will satisfy the Stevenson said it is understandable that Neutral nations want to promote peace negotiations Between the United states and soviet Russia. In the nuclear age there Are no longer any private quarrels Between. Great Powers Stevenson said. All Mankind has a stake in peace Between the United states and the soviet Union. However Stevenson said he doubts if Khrushchev wants discussion i on world Powers a of the cuban currency stabilization fund. . Embassy officials said saturday they Are studying the measure to determine if it might be used to prevent the departure of any american National who desires to leave the Island but lacks a valid ticket. With the near rupture of .-cuban relations departure procedures already have become an agonizing experience for americans. Despite Castro s assurances that . Citizens with clean consciences have nothing to turn to Page 2, col. 8 paper making. Wisconsin leads the nation in paper making. How paper is made and How important paper making is to the state will be Learned by 2,000 students a the next two weeks when they View animated exhibits in a paper City trailer brought to Racine by the journal times and Wisconsin paper Industry. See Stocy p98� 6 i a a a or. A s pie not explosive new York ii a travel worn Apple pie addressed to soviet Premier Khrushchev created a bomb scare saturday before police experts determined it was what its sender claimed it was. The pie was among items in a five Pound package that arrived at the soviet Leader s Park Avenue residence saturday morning shortly before he departed for the United nations. As it was hustled off by a police bomb squad the sender a Virginia l. Mccleary of Luling Texas insisted the Box contained what the Label said an Apple pie. Other contents in addition to the rather mashed pie the Box also contained a Metal Chain and locket inscribed with the 10 commandments bearing a tag to mrs. Khrushchev a card bearing the initials which police said stands for the National association for the advancement of american people a dozen red erasers apparently intended for use with their accompanying toy rocket launcher Complete with launch Tum to Page 2, col. 7 Racine area weather partly Cloudy with Tutta shango la Tempe Turt. Fair and cooler tonight monday mostly fair. Gigli today la the Low 60s. Low Tot diet near 40. Southerly Taidi it-15. Shifting Northwest Early today and increasing Lerlo. Elsewhere in Wisconsin partly Cloudy with Little temperature change. Fair and cooler tonight. Monday mosts by fair and somewhat a fume or Northwest port Len  afternoon

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