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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 23, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Jov Ramftl times vol. 3t, no. 27. Racing. Wis., so pay Octroi in 93, if�0 76 Pagis-6 sections so cents Leopold Ville the Congo Ufa col. Joseph Mobutu virtually abandoned his five week old military regime sat or Dikiy while his enemies redoubled Effort to bring communist leaning Patrice Lumumba Baek to Power. It Ramtu exhausted by his fight against opposition from aut tides and rumbling revolt in his own army announced a face saving trip to new York and Western capitals next week to seek understanding for his almost defunct anti communist regime. With the country torn by tribal warfare and near Anar Chy the pro Western group which ousted Lumumba rapidly withered away and the sex Premier s return to Power seemed Only a matter of time. Democrate process the . Congo command openly pressed for a return to Legal democratic processes. With an impassioned parliamentary majority favouring Lumumba this clearly implied that the United nations despite its theoretical noninterference in the Congo s domes tic affairs prefers Lumumba to the present military regime Mobutu tried for weeks to persuade India s re Keshwar Dayal head of the . Congo operation to give official recognition to his provisional government of College graduates and to Sanction the army s suspension of the Lumumba parliament. Win Appeal to Dag exasperated by consistent refusal Mobutu slammed the door on Dayal and said he would Appeal directly to Sec Gen. Dag Hanuna skjold and the . General Assembly in new York. At the same time Dayal received Leopold Ville provincial pres. Cleophas Kam Tatu. One of Lumumba s most persistent supporters and encouraged him to make another attempt to reconcile Lumumba with pres. Joseph Kas Mvubu. Kas Mvubu who fired Lumumba on sept. 5, has lived in virtual isolation Ever since and failed to give his Active sup port to any of the groups try ing to get the government machinery functioning without Lumumba. Katanga president assails . Official Elizabethville Katanga in president Moise Tshombe protested violently sat urday the refusal of the senior . Representative in his seeded congolese province to admit that . Troops behaved scandalously in the town Kabalo in a letter to . Dag Hammarskjold the presi Dent charged that Ian Berf and sen. New Zea Landtr who is this . S senior Man Here has been working age inst the Good of Katanga. A joint .-Katanga govern ment in i s s i o n investigated chaises of irregularities by . Eth Opean troops in Kabalo Friday. Tshobo declared Berendsen deliberately withheld the Ruth on his return Kerf. Lilt ethiopians wart accused of artless from Privato room of europeans and of standing by motionless while Baluto Warrior bands struck. Lyndon s of her in Law is bad in Texas ot81 Lal shall. Texas in t. J. Taylon 81. Father to Law of senator Lya doa b. Johnson the Democrat be vote Prii identical candidate died saturday in memorial Hora us. Met. Johnson was at Tow bad Sido of her father when he died. Taylor lived in of track. Texas. He operated a general store and was a Large land owner. J Taylor was one of the Prin Cipal financial backers fori Johnson s first race for con Nixon Clicks m loss Pori diff fewer Levittown a. Of Yii i i Chard m. Nixon has turned into a first cuss pm at the end of a speech Here Nori held lip a Small child who was crying Mommy. Monnin if the Mother would plebe this was the second lost child Leo a inv be with saturday. At Norristown he Aniio Unold u at there Vag a Mother who was searching for her Sony George William a ii mall boy wearing a Camel Mir if you know where he is Niport said hold him up when a child was held aloft Abco said is that George William Fine. Fine Trade accusations hmm i Dort dem Crais ill bigotry probe Washington of a protestant group urged saturday night that any Senate investigation of religious bigotry the presidential Campaign should also delve into democratic National committee pub cations on the Issue. Glenn l. Archer executive director of protestants and other americans United for separation of Church and state Pau pcs. Said his group welcomes the investigation ,b9-ing considered try a Senate subcommittee on privileges and elections. The probe grew out of charges that Anonymous anti Catholic literature has been circulated across the country and that Texas Oil millionaire h. L. Hunt put up the Money for printing and mailing. Archer mentioned specifically what he called a misleading quotation put out last sept 9 by the democratic committee and the democratic presidential candidate sen. Jomn Ken Nedy a Romian Catholic. Archer said the Dei Horats quoted a Catholic archbishop s statement in 1948 presumably defending the separation of Church and state wheres the official statement of the Catholic Bishops. Was in the literature of the alleged anti bigots who pretend that honest anxiety about Catholic policy is bigotry should also be investigated he added. Clergyman denies oilman involved Pallas or. W. A. Criswell pastor of the first Baptist Church in Dallas said saturday night Dallas oilman h. L. Hunt had nothing to do with financing the distribution of a Sermon or. Criswell delivered opposing the election of a Catholic president. The Justice department and a Senate subcommittee Sevic to question Hunt in connection with the distribution of Anonymous anti Catholic literature. Alleged plans for attack stir rate charges Kennedy due in Milwaukee sen. John f. Kennedy is scheduled to arrive at Mitchell Field in Milwaukee today at 4 30 . From the Airport the democratic presidential candidate will travel downtown in a motorcade. He will speak at 7 . At Milwaukee auditorium Arena. For other Kennedy news see Page 4. . Hails anniversary of hungarian uprising Washington go the United states saturday acclaimed the of Iirth anniversary of the hungarian revolution and reasserted the hungarian people s right to self determination and Freedom from the oppression under which they a Wir Tholo old allies meet sir Winston Churchill former British prime minister and Charles de Gaulle president of France be 1 d a 49-minute reunion in Nice France saturday. Churchill was on vacation at Monte Carlo while de Gaulle was in Soi Ither France on a spit faking tour. The two recalled memories of world War it. End walkout of . Union president bitter new York in the International Union of electrical workers and the general electric co. Reached an agreement saturday night to end a 21-Day-old Strizie at 55 . Plants around the country. The agreement announced by Federal mediators came after a resumption of negotiations following a breakdown in the talks three ays ago. The strike was losing support of the Union s rank and file. Lue president James b Carey issued a bitter statement after th6 settlement in which he blasted . Vice president Lemuel r. Boulware and Daay lamp me auce in Dairy and of Lis Mocrie Viiu Barney of Burlington exchanged marriage vows saturday with or. Mell Wostoupal. The ceremony was performed in Burlington s Plymouth congregational Chur i by its pastor the Rev. Henry Schadeberg Republican candidate for con grew. Woito Upa 1f�wiu�cr, neb., . Schenectady Lue official Leo Jandreau. The Union s Cost of living escalator clause a key Issue in the dispute apparently was lost. Some 61,000 . Workers Are expected to return to work monday. Asked if he considered the settlement a company Victory Philip d. Moore . S manager of employee relations said i never said anything like that nobody wins one of these one difference Moore said the contract accepted by Lue negotiators is identical to the company s last offer before the strike began oct. 2 with one difference the retraining or Job Opportunity plan left out at the Union s request. The new three year contract effective at Midnight today provides for an immediate three per cent wage increase. In addition the Union has 30 Days to take one of three options. The first provides an additional three per cent wage in crease in april 1962. An eighth paid Holiday and a fourth week of vacation after 25 years. The second provides Only a four per cent increase in april 1962. The third provides Only for a wage reopened clause in april 1962.the old contract which expired oct. 1, provided a wage scale ranging from $2.10 to $2.40 an hour. In his statement Carey blamed Boulwar ism a reference to the . Vice president for the strike. He defined Boulwar ism As the policy of arrogance toward the workers and their Benedict Arnold role Carey also said the settlement would have produced greater benefits for the strikers had not or. Leo Jandreau. While a member of the negotiating committee elected to play the role of Benedict Arnold by deserting the ranks of militant Trade unionism. Jandreau business agent of the Lue s local 301 in Schenectady led Union members there Back to work monday. Claim poll shows Wisconsin for Kennedy Harrisburg a. -0� Wisconsin voters favor democratic presidential candidate sen. John f. Kennedy Accord ii to  poll announced in sunday morning editions by the Harrisburg Patriot news. The sampling which included All 50 states was conducted among editors in state capitals and in strategic cities. Overall the poll favored Kennedy but indecision was the most significant finding. Havana in invasion fever mounted in Cuba saturday As prime minister Fidel Castro s government and the . Ambassador exchanged new charges involving reported preparations for an attack on Cuba. . Ambassador Philip Bonsai notified the cuban foreign office he had reports that several cuban transport planes at the san Antonio de los bancs air base near Here had been painted with american insignia and flags for unexplained reasons. Carlos 01 i v a r e a acting cuban foreign minister rejected this report in a strongly worded note saying it Only proves that the United states is engaged in espionage in Cuba. Malicious and false Olivares termed the . Note malicious and false and the statements it made senseless and ridiculous and behind the Exchange of notes Lay fear on the american Side that Fidel Castro s government is using the . Insignia As part of an attempt to involve the United states in some embarrassing Man Euver. The cubans already have claimed . Warplanes Are being concentrated in Guatemala to help insurgents invade Cuba. Ordinary cubans appear to Cuba became a major Issue in the . Presidential race saturday. See Story on Page 15. a Gilill be convinced a major invasion attempt will be made soon. Reported massing Castro has repeatedly told the people of this Island nation invasion bands supported and equipped by the United states Are massing for an assault on this leftist Center in the americas. Anti Castro propaganda broadcasts from the Caribbean and the United states lend credence to this by predicting an invasion is com no in a matter of Days or weeks. Cubans report they hear regularly radio appeals from anti Castro groups in the United states to be ready because an invasion is coming it May be months weeks or Days but it s the cuban sources said the broadcasts come from a Swan Island station in the Caribbean and from station Trul in Boston. To meet the threat Castro is rallying thousands of civilian militiamen and importing heavy shipments of arms from behind the Iron curtain to equip them. Arms unloaded reliable sources say the last five shipload of communist turn to Page 2 col. 1  report . Compromise mapped on disarmament United nations . Iff some Neutral and system countries were report saturday trying to draw up a Compromise Resolution on disarmament and head off a soviet walkout from the current . Debate on that subject. Diplomatic sources said India the United Arab Republic and Yugoslavia were seeking to draft such a Resolution and Canada Norway and Sweden had been brought into the discussions. They said one idea under discussion was to propose that the in this Section world . And state news pages 2. 4. 5, 7. 8, 9. 10 local s american heritage Sec. 3, Page 12 editorial. Page 14 general Assembly s political committee where the debate is taking place set up a work ing group to formulate a set of principles for disarmament and report Back next month. That would postpone a show Down vote on rival soviet and Western resolutions now Pend ing before the 99-nation committee. It would also delay such a decision till after the . Presidential election. Meanwhile . Chief Delegate James j. Wadsworth said saturday that members of the general Assembly would have killed the United nations had they Given in to soviet demands. He evidently referred to the proposal of 3oviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev that Sec. Gen Dag Hammarskjold be replaced with an executive committee of three men representing communist Western Allied Neutral countries and Holdin individual vetoes. Seen near Cuba Washington several reports have reached Washington of the sighting of communist made Mig fighter planes in the area of Cuba. . Officials said saturday they have not yet obtained conclusive evidence that such Jet War planes from the communist bloc have arrived in Cuba but experts believe it Likely. If proof is obtained in time the United states May include it in material used at the United nations to counter Cuba s pending charges of aggression by the United states. Reports of Mig sightings Given most credence have been of planes in the air Over Cuba and adjacent Waters. One airline Pilot who said he got a Good close View described the Mig As having no markings. Another sighting unconfirmed was Over the Bahamas. It is not known who might be flying the aircraft. At this Early stage it would be More Likely to be czech than cuban pilots because Castro has twice purged the top layers of his air Force and few cubans now know How to Landle jets. . Authorities Are undecided As to the real reason for Castro s military buildup. Racine area weather partly o4oudy today through monday. Cooler today. High today about so. Low t nigh to around 40. Northwesterly whups i to 25 Miles an hour this Iasoni Hig Dimuil Mahig Tep idly this afternoon and evea Hig. Else Wiite in me partly Cloudy and Coo Leip today. Partly Cloudy tonight monday partly Cloudy South mostly Cloudy North. Not much change in Ter opera Tures High Tody from 40 extreme North to Rouimi ,5q extreme South. Low to get in the 308

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