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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 11, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin
The mine journal times vol. 31, no. 21. Racine wis., sunday september 11, 1960 82 pages-5 sections-20 cents can t let Russ ignore u. N. In , View United nations. . A the United states said saturday night it would not stand idly by and see the soviet Union flout the United nations will in the Congo. . Delegate James j. Wads Worth made that statement after the soviet delegation voiced opposition to Sec general Dag Hammarskjold s latest Congo proposals which include temporary disarming of some congolese military units. The soviet position was put Forward in a . Securan Council session called to Deal with the latest developments in the turbulent Congo. The Council then recessed until monday Camp Leopold ii in the Capitol of Leopold Ville. It was assumed similar Ord Tum to Page 2, col. 4 traffic mishaps kill two in slate by the Asao elated Preat two deaths saturday night raised Wisconsin s Highway death toll for 1960 to 548, compared with 557 on this Day a year ago. Gale Vokovitch 12, Milwaukee died of injuries sustained earlier in the Day when he was struck by an Auto. Douglas Byrd 39, Waukesha was killed saturday night when his truck struck an abutment. Hurricane pounds Florida Citrus Belt report rumours of revolution starting in Laos Washington the state department saturday night said it had heard that a afternoon in order to give revolution has started in Trou i embers time to catch up on bled Laos the Swift moving situation. It urged restraint on Prin meanwhile a cease fire was i Boun Oum and pro Western ordered in the Congo s bloody Gen. Thoumi Nosavan reported civil War. Victory for Kas Mvubu a . Spokesman said the cease fire directive was issued by the congolese army in cooperation with the United nations. The action was seen As a Victory both for the . And Congo president Joseph Kas Mvubu who apparently has won the support of the unruly congolese army from Premier Patrice Lumumba. If obeyed the order will wreck Lumumba s military Campaign to crush his secessionist Foesel in Kasai and Katanga provinces. Kas Mvubu has proposed to solve the Congo s problems by turning Over to the . Forces the responsibility for keeping order and by calling for talks with dissident leaders of the breakaway provinces. In a message to . Headquarters in new York saturday Kas Mvubu said a new Congo government had been formed Lumumba. Kas Mvubu earlier had named Joseph Ileo As new Premier. In his . Report he said Justin Bomboro had been named foreign minister and Albert Kalonji one of the secessionist leaders of the anti Lumumba forces minister of Interior. Telia of atrocities Kas Mvubu was reported As saying he had dismissed Lumumba because of atrocities to be leading the revolution. The department also warned against an intervention by aimed at taking advantage of the situation. The state department announcement was somewhat vague reflecting the confused reports from the Small Southeast Asia land but it also evidenced concern by u. S. Officials. Give u. S. Stand the department said according to broadcasts from cup c0mv�f�i Rort Myers Miami guff of mex a Laos a revolution has started i in that country with the Thoumi group alleging that the government of Premier Souvanna Thoumi has failed to Stop communist Patchet lao attacks against military outposts. I the department said the United states has in Tvr past consistently supported duly constituted governments of Laos in their efforts to maintain the Independence and integrity of Laos against comm i s t encroachment from without or within. Would regret it would regret a situation in which violence destroyed Unity thereby increasing the danger of such after declaring that the United states has no desire to intervene in lao internal affairs and Hopes for peaceful settlement by the lao people themselves the department added it the United states a War photo Arrow the course and location of Hurricane Donna saturday afternoon As she passed Over fort Myers Fla. Russ predict West to lose Edge in . Moscow we pravda new members from Asia and committed in Kasai province by would however be immediate Central government troops. concerned by the efforts of. Report quoted him As saying he any other outside Power or also had dismissed five of la the agents thereof to take and Mumbai s. Ministers because Vantage of the disturbed con they Are editions prevailing and to inter the United announced the congolese army Vene directly or the department said regular order after scraping up Cash to communications Are still open meet Long delayed payrolls for f c restless and poorly disciplined troops that Garrison with the u. S. Embassy in Ven Tiane and it has no reports of danger to americans in Laos. Saturday forecast a time when the United states will be con insistently outvoted at the United nations. It expressed Confidence that sooner or later the West will lose what have Long assailed Asi its mechanical the communist party news paper published a front Page editorial on the balance with commenting on the changed character of the United nations caused by the influx of can you survive an atomic War a four part series beginning tues Lay in the journal times tells Why Man need not perish in a nuclear holocaust and describes the relatively simple Steps which you can take to protect yourself from fallout. Africa. Pravda said the events of recent times Are an indication that the situation in the United nations differs considerably from that which existed 10 years in the United nations As Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev sailed toward new York for the . General Assembly opening sept. 20. His passenger liner passed out of the Baltic sea saturday toward the Atlantic. In 1950 the United nations had 55 members most of them closely Allied with the West. By the end of this year s Assembly session its membership will be almost twice that. Many of the recent members Are newly Independent and neutralise in Outlook. This was pravda s version of the changed situation the International authority of the soviet Union and other turn to Page 2, col. 1 2 senators say . Officials gave Cuba to Castro Herter rips claim Washington i a two democratic senators said saturday unknown policy planners in the state department cleared the Way for Assumption of Power in Cuba by the Fidel Castro regime. They so i d this handed the Island Over to . Sec. Of state Christian a. Herter issued a statement calling the allegations shocking and he described As incorrect or misleading the Sens. James o. Eastland of Mississippi and Thomas j. Doff of Connecticut. Testimony revealed Herter said senior officials of the department have always been Given close attention to relations with Cuba and this has been especially True during the past few years under both Sec. John Foster Dulles. And Dulles was Secretary when Castro seized Power in Cuba Herter was undersecretary. Earl e. T. Smith and Arthur cur Limra fam rms to Cuba told the Senate internal Security subcommittee last month that state department policies and some . Newspapers misguided . Public opinion about the situation preceding Castro s Rise to Power in Cuba. Their testimony was made Public saturday by the subcommittee. Eastland and Dodd commented on it. The two senators said Cuba was handed to Castro and by a combination of americans in the same Way that China was handed to the they said unknown planners worked with pro Castro elements in the american press to make Castro appear As Robin talked with Batista Smith testified he spent More than 2 a hours with former cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista on dec. 17. 1958-14 Days before the Strong Man fled Cuba at state department instructions to Tell Batista he should step aside. The senators said the test Mony of the two former ambassadors both political appointees of president Eisen Hower demonstrate that american foreign policy is not made by top officials but by unknown policy planners and memo makers who fill the Secretary s in the two senators said lower level officials misguided american opinion with the Aid of the . Press. Gardner testified that Castro s background As a professional rabble rouser was Well known before he came to Power in Januar. 1959. Report 4 dead 13 injured in Wake of storm Tampa Fla. Iff Hurricane Donna swirled Inland through the heart of the Flori Day Citrus Belt saturday night dealing untold damage to the almost Ripe Multi million Dollar crop of oranges and grapefruits. Warnings were ordered up along the Atlantic coast As far North As Savannah a. One Hundred mile an hour winds rocked Lakeland and just before Midnight the Eye of the vicious storm was moving steadily North through Central Florida. City Cut off behind it the killer Hurricane left much of the lower Florida Gulf coast isolated. Four deaths had been reported. Fragmentary reports told of 13 injured in fort Myers. Struck by the Eye of the storm in mid afternoon fort Myers still was Cut off from the outside world at Midnight. The weather Bureau said 121 mile winds struck fort Myers. Donna diminished in intensity slightly As it moved Inland but highest winds still ranged upwards of 110 Miles an hour near the Center. First estimates very preliminary estimates of damage were beginning to filter in. At key West the Monroe county sheriff whose Domain extends up the Chain of Florida keys said damage might run $600 million to $700 . The weather Bureau at Tampa guessed total damage in the state might reach $2 billion. From fort Myers George Hunter of the Lee county disaster committee told the associated press that roofs were blown from Homes and stores. Joe Povia a candidate for mayor of fort Myers made Contact with a radio station in Tampa and said damage was tremendous and severe. No Trees this is a town without Trees or shrubbery. Houses were blown Down and in roofed. The administration building and the Faa radio station at the Airport were one of.,the dead an unidentified truck Driver was in the fort Myers area. He drowned when his Semi trailer Jack knifed on Edison Bridge and plunged him into the swirling River. A youth was electrocuted at Winter Haven while trying to remove a television Antenna a Miami Man died in a car Accident on a rain slicked High Way and a Man s body was washed ashore at Tavernier in the keys. The drowning vie Tim later was identified As Dwight Barnes of fort Lauderdale Fla. Hurricane Force winds 74 battered Miami surveys damage Miami in time and nature caught up with the glittering Queen City of Florida tourism saturday As Hurricane Donna left Miami battered and drenched. Strangely spared by the hurricanes during the past 10 years the City bowed to the Law of averages and suffered a stinging blow from one of its worst tropical storms. Located on the Southeast tip of the Semi Tropic Florida Peninsula Miami is traditionally vulnerable to violent storms. Littered with debris Donna s 100-mile-an hour winds left deserted streets turn to Page 2, col. 3 a War photo Naicy Anne Flen ung miss America of 1961 Man 27, drowns in Michigan Lake in this Section world . And Sute news pages 2, 3 5. 6. 7. 8, 10 local 4 editorial. Page 18 a big Bend wis., Man. Who was trying to show a Friend that his boat could not overturn drowned in Michigan Lake saturday night when the 14-foot Craft capsized. The sheriff s department identified the dead Man As Jerry Weiland. 27, of big Bend. Deputies said Andrew Tetz a 59. Of Milwaukee a passenger in the boat was not injured. They quoted text As saying Weiland we a trying to prove the aluminium boat could not be overturned when it did. The boat was powered by a 75 horsepower outboard motor. Wei land s body was taken to a Milwaukee funeral Home. . Exhibits red forgery aimed at Africa Washington the United states saturday night made Public what it called a communist forgery which it said demonstrates a communist drive to destroy the destiny of free the state department labelled As a crude and blatant forgery of communist manufacture an alleged letter from undersecretary of state Douglas Dillon to the u. S. Ambassador to the troubled Congo Clare Timberlake. The letter purported to show United states conniving in behalf of Moise Tshombe who is striving for Independence of his state of Katanga and against Patrice Lumumba who wants Katanga under a Central Congo government headed by itself. The reds Are backing Lumumba. The state department said photo copies of the purported letter were mailed from Accra Ghana on sept. 4 to newspapers and other addresses in the Congo. Called scurrilous a copy of the scurrilous document came to Timber Lake s attention the department said. The department said the document was Anonymous but was clearly communist fabricated because it fitted into a pattern of red forgeries used against the United states with increasing frequency in trouble situations Over the past three years. Quote letter according to the alleged letter Dillon advised Timberlake to ready Tshombe for a takeover from Lumumba. Lumumba was portrayed As temporarily pro United states after his recent Washington visit. Dillon was supposed to have added however. God Only knows what these Blacks Are Likely to do. It would be difficult to find More mercenary creatures in the whole turn to Page 2, col. 1 Extein s parliament Amman Jordan i a King Hussein issued a Royal decree saturday extending by one year the life of the present parliament which was due to expire it the end of Moath. / Lin Cletter s director found dead in Pool los Angeles in Calvin Dale Harper 37, director of the Art Linkletter radio show was found dead in a swimming Pool saturday. A companion Howard Riggs said he and Harper were swimming together in a Pool at a Friend s Home. Riggs said he went to get towels and found Harper under water when he returned. Harper s widow Libby is personal Secretary to sports Cater to Harmon. Karen Marie Fahrenbach of Racine miss Wisconsin strode Between the footlights of the runway during the evening gown preliminary judging. Brunette 78, from Michigan wins miss America title Atlantic City . Nancy Anne Fleming a pert and pretty Brunette from Michigan saturday night was named miss America 1961. While a nationwide Tele vision audience looked on the smiling charmer with Gray Fortune which the title brings. Nancy is 18 and comes from Montague Mich. She has worked As a life guard this summer and appropriately Green eyes was declared the Winner of America s oldest National Beauty contest and began the year of Fame and enough won the preliminary swimsuit judging in the contest Friday night she stands it 5-feet-6, weighs 116 pounds and measures 35-22-35. Runners up in order were Tom to Page 2, col. 2 Karen Fahrenbach Day a Welcome Home is being planned for Racine s Karen Marie Fahrenbach. Miss Wisconsin is due to arrive at Horlick Racine Airport Between 2 and 3 . Today. A motorcade will take her to Monument Square where mayor Jack h. Humble is scheduled to present her with an outstanding citizen plaque and declare today Karen Fahrenbach holding to Antenna couple electrocuted Nashville the parents of four Small children were electrocuted accidentally saturday while trying to put up a television Antenna in their Back Yard. Robert g. Lorance 31, and his wife Dorothy about 30, were dead on arrival at a Hospital. The 75-foot Antenna fell across a 25,000-Volt transformer As Lorance was trying to secure it to a clothes line pole and his wife held it in place. The couple standing on rain wet ground apparently received the full Force of the electric Shock. Racine area weather sunny and pleasant today. Fair tonight. Monday mostly sunny. High today Low 70s. Low tonight mid sos. Southwest to West winds 8 to 12 Miles an hour Early today becoming West to North West 10 to 15 Miles an hour late today diminishing late tonight. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy and a Little cooler today. Monday fair with not much change in temperatures. High today mostly in the 60s North 65 to 73, South. I
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