Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
9 Apr 1961

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9 Apr 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 09, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin In ii a the Racine journal times vol. 32, no. 14.Racine, wis., sunday april 9, 1961 62 ?"5 ?"20 cents r cuban exile group issues revolt Call � a wire photo maj. Gen. Perry Griffith right sat with members of his investigation team probing the accidental Downing of the b52. Searchers find bodies of three b crewmen air Force lofts 23d discoverer payload secret Vandenberg a f b., Calif. T Ltd a discoverer Xxiii shot into orbit with a mystery cargo saturday. Like most of its predecessors in this series the discoverer carried a 300-Pound nose capsule which the air Force will Grants n. ?"0p>�?"the signed Many High schools and of Richwood . And staff try t0 catch in the air after in bodies of three Crew men of a Public buildings in Wisconsin. Sgt. Raymond h. Singleton 27, a f Pacific. B52 Jet bomber shot Down a a mock Aerial Battle Over of Havre de Grace md., All e a Pound Sec i dentally by a National guard the mountainous terrain ended were flown to Sandia base of a Ecna rocket the part fighter plane were discovered when a heat seeking Sid wind Hospital in Albuquerque for a 7pn, Injo orb to with the saturday. Or missile fired from the a treatment of injuries. Capsules looked just like the two remaining crewmen Bona guard f100 and crashed the big bomber crashed near yes that a u by used 7,. Were missing in the Snow � Quot a Quot one hot left Cosine on the the 8,000 foot level in a heavy Midas a Samosa Menifee. Wastes around it. Taylor in eight engine $8 million bomb Snow storm. It dug a Hole a 3 a a to or the Barren Hillside eight feet e e his Agena came any Appeal comes As anti Castro sabotage soars second Federal agents arrest leading Batista official experimental Midas or Samos the air Force declined to identify those known dead. Western new Mexico. Both or were presumed dead. The shaken guard Pilot deep and 30 feet wide. My Linmon blamed mechanical failure. Only Small bits of w Reckage e4u,. Three men parachuted to remained. One Jet engine was North South safety. They we Tere kept inbound 300 Yards from the crash the Midas still under de Wausau native comm Nicado by the air Force scene. A elopement is designed to de one of the five missing Crew the survivors capt. Donald failure to find a Trace of the text enemy missile launching members of a b52 bomber a d. Blodgett 39, of Kalamazoo two missing crewmen led of by seeking out heat rays pro cide tally shot Down by a a mich., the aircraft commander ricers to speculate they May diced by missile exhaust. The tonal guard fighter in new capt. George d. Jackson 27, have parachuted. I they did. Samos will carry highly de Mexico Friday was capt. Ray c. Obel 28, a native of Wausau wis. Capt. Obel is the son of the late Irving Obel of Wausau Well known architect who de pol Aris submarine puts out to sea governor plugs his proposals the air Force held out no Hope eloped Earth scanning Cam they survived. Eras. Temperatures in the area discoverer Xxiii in a North reached to above Zero Early South orbit is circling the Earth today. Nce every 94 minutes. Its or planets name bit takes it As far As 402 Miles one still identifiable piece Rorri Earth and As close As 186. Map wire photo cuban exile Leader or. Jose Miro Cardona looked up from his papers As he addressed a Call for a revolt against Fidel Castro s regime. Recount six precincts Dorman loses 48 votes i new York a up a the cuban revolutionary Council issued a Call late saturday to All cubans to join in a a second War of liberation to overthrow prime minister Fidel Castro. Or. Jose Miro Cardona Council president sounded the Appeal after a meeting of the seven member Council. The Appeal came As a new wave of anti Castro sabotage Miami. I la. A a it a Immi was reported in Cuba Gration officials saturday ar-1 Miro Cardona discounted the rested Rolando Masferrer Fidel pcs ability of any imminent Castro to no. I now a criminal car a a Tosca a invasion of Cuba whose anti Castro sentiments Rorr Eitler the ignited states have extended to openly train or ventral America by exile wig a private army aimed at forces the cuban dictator to Over guerrilla Force throw. But he told a press Confer Masferrer w As not accused enc e an invasion already was of anything Newan i Migra underway in the sense that lion official said. The officer Sorne anti Astro forces Weie explained that the former culpa in amp Luba from various ban senator has been on Pap at is. Role with the immigration serv he indicated these forces ice and this status has been re of Wor with guerrilla to Heck fighters and the cuban under ground. In Hospital Miro Cardonas to Appeal to his in Washington. Sec. Of state fellow countrymen said in with 6 of 66 precincts re Dorman trailed Ahlgrimm by of wreckage bore what appear the 23d discoverer like the counted by to . Saturday 34 votes after the official can entry was the planets nickname 22d, had a first stage rocket night Henry Dorman dropped Vas. Dormant to total was 15,671 Dean Rusk told atty. Gen. Part Appleton a Typ a gov. A a Ciudad ?� Biggs air that was controlled irom the 4g More votes behind John and a Grimm had 15,705. City Robert f. Kennedy that any act cubans our country is of Gaylord Nelson saturday night Force base at Elpaso Texas ground by radio. Previous Dis Ahlgrimm in the race for one atty. Thomas p. Corbett who Tion to Deport Masferrer or re copied by a foreign army at termed education and con where the b52 was stationed covered first stages were con 0f county judge posts we ton led the Field of four candidates strict him in this country the service of those who be holy Loch Scotland of sensation the a most important is just across the Rio Grande trolled by tape recorded in by Ahlgrimm in tuesday to won the other county judge a would Advance our foreign traded the revolution. It is our the u. S. Navy to Polaris sub responsibilities of our ?� from the City of Juarez mexi St auctions which were ted into election. Seat with an official tally of policy ?� duty to our revered liberators Marine Patrick Henry quietly speaking at the convention a a automatic Pilot systems. I i before the recount started. 21,986 votes. Masferrer 39, was lodged to expel the tyrant from our slipped its moorings saturday Wisconsin Council of major ted Lewis search i trouble with these was that--------------1 six precincts counted not in jail but in a Hospital ?� in a the and put out to sea county and municipal pm Rector said examination of the they could not compensate the Board of canvassers because of his claim of a heart a oin the name of god we As ploys Nelson said that unless wreckage confirmed that three changes in rocket thrust which West i tying to oink saturday dormant to originally ailment. Sure you All that after the mantling officer of Quot he u amp �?,"1 in were. Dead Quot the Ltd ,w0 Are can alter a a coarse of a rocket a Tolks says Provda nuclear depot ship proteus ref the ,Slature the missing and we must presume sealed the submarine to departure after anti nuclear demonstrators in Row boats and Calt to it it plan snare $18 million it Cut from his them to be dead because of the with the new radio system. London a budget for buildings a oin four weather a Lewis said. The air Force hoped to achieve today accused years we will have to be turn Twenty one would be res greater control Over the flight planning to wreck noes had reported a great act in students away cues and newsmen remained of the first stage and Conse talks on Banning hues Imu Btij Tiitu Gindt Dun state colleges and University. .,0�"� Vitye around the holy Loch Anchorage. Strict secrecy had surrounded danced stranded on the snowy slopes Quentlyn a More controlled or weapons tests. 0 saturday night. They were not bit. A opinion outlining his proposed year conservation program i considered to be in any danger. Tallied 2,011 votes were Cut to Hospital tests will begin to Victory we will have peace he 1 956, for a loss of 55. In the Day on Masferrer called a othe Man Solidarity general Well pravda same precincts Ahlgrimm to Tiger by his enemies in the being and absolute respect for the West of vote 0f 2,179 dropped to 2,172, Castro Camp who accused him the dignity of All cubans with k the Geneva or a net Joss for a Orr an for of hounding Tho i id listas with out exception. Duty Calls us a private army in Cuba while to the War against the exec Castro was gathering strength toners of our cuban Brethren. To Victory for for the cons Titu nuclear 48 votes. J James Fay county clerk is strengthened said the recount would be overthrow the government cubans the 22d discoverer launched among correspondents that the sued at g a m. Monday. Re of pres Fulgencio Batista. Democracy to by a Penny a pack forty nine were stranded Fri March 30, did no to orbit. Western representatives Are c tin Quot with fax Are mrs. Masferrer has made no Bones Tion for social Justice for lib the departure and it was a1-added tax on Cigar ets Nelson d night but survived with the nose capsule of disco insistently and purposely strip Willian Schown and mrs. Jack of his activities in recruiting erty a most six hours Belore official said Wisconsin is losing 750 Airt Birnn Nej f00 j Anc blankets rarer Xxiii Mav be left in orbit ing to bring the talks to an Monte members of the Board men in Miami tor a rebellion confirmation was Given. Acres of wetlands per county each year through Lack of con of re j sedation. In the next ten report 27 drowned years he said one million acres j co of Jan River and state news of what 15 Quot of f5rm and wdl1 become urbanized. Denies . Help in this Section against Castro. Recruited rebels Miro Cardona said a russian czech and chinese soldiers pm a it o o a Quot a in \ i Quot it Quot become urbanized. Bogota Colombia a up a As part of the $50 million unofficial sources said 27 per local news pages 5, 6 program Nelson asked $1 Mil sons were drowned saturday editorial Page 18 lion which would be matched when a River boat capsized. _ _ by equal amounts from cities near puerto Berrio in the mag builders Page Page 15 0 buy lands for Sou Side Jalena one to four Days before it is impasse untying the hands of canvassers separated from the second those trans Ocean dealers in convened at i 30 stage. The plan is the same As atomic death who Are stepping saturday and debated the former publisher of a have invaded Cuba Quot and that before to Send up cargo planes up their pressure and demand to to a f a near v an hour Vana daily newspaper a oel he a of would t put it past Castro from Hawaii to try to Snag the ing the resumption of nuclear Mcginnin. A the recount Tiempo Quot which was wrecked to permit Russia to establish a entertainment pages 16, 17ipresent City limits. Five bodies were recovered. Each of the candidates was in the Castro takeover main military base on the Island to resented by a watcher ordained for months a recruiting he confirmed that cuban Jar signs bile 3iel several members of depot on Miami s main Thor counter revolutionary troops Washington Chi be Racine county liar assn., Oug fare. Were training outside of Cuba three previous discoverer president Kennedy saturday inc Judy James fornary pres several times in recent but denied published reports capsules have been caught in signed a Bill authorizing him ident 0f the association also months Over anxious recruits that United states a of experts capsule As it parachutes toward explosions a pravda said the Ocean. The planes Are equipped with dangling tra Peze like devices. The air and one has been fished from the Ocean. To reorganize the executive Branch of the government. Turn to Page 6, col. I regime girds for red attacks As s. Viet Nam goes to polls have gone into action on their were supervising the training own Hook from Masferrer tsp he declined to give their rebel training Center. Last of number or discuss a possible Tober three americans were invasion timetable on t ii e executed after mounting a ground that to do so would tip puny invasion of Eastern Cuba off Castro. He said however with 20 cuban inspectors turn to Page 2, col 2 later another Trio from the i Masferrer Camp stole a Miami Harbor tugboat and said they Racine area a wire photo Helen Keller visits Kennedy a president Kennedy held Helen Keller to hand during a meeting with the 80-year-old Blind and deaf woman a world Leader on behalf of the handicapped in the White House saturday. Mrs. William Seide miss Keller to Secretary is with them. Miss Keller Lias visited every president since Grover Cleveland who held office in the 1880s and 1890s. Saigon. Viet Nami South Viet name to government imposed formidable Security measures to protect citizens voting in presidential elections saturday in an atmosphere of hit and run terror and grim communist guerrilla warfare. Pres. Ngo Dinh diem running against two powerless opponents was sure of re election for another five year term. But communist terror aimed at undermining Public Confidence in him penetrated into the capital on the eve of the election. Grenade incident a grenade was hurled at a u. S. Army building in Saigon saturday killing a vietnamese and injuring nine others including u. S. Army m. Sgt. Carl f. Cox 34, of Salem ore., who suffered superficial wounds. Another grenade of reports that they were Trou struck a store front in the heart by makers being poured in by t r j communists. Of town Friday night wounding. ,.0 the terror attacks were re three vietnamese adults and Al As a Smous or gazed Cudd communist Challenge to diem. The attack on enlisted men to battalion scale attacks in the quarters of the u. S. Military Countryside and Gernade Inci advisory group was the third dents in the capital Are taken grenade assault in Saigon in As hints of events to come. 18 hours and the second i against this background the rented at americans. Friday. Nation of 14 million is voting. William c. Thomas 47, of fort a Jany got to the polls in Iso Myers fla., employed by the ated Mountain Uplands in Rich Federal aviation Agency was swamp Rice lands in Dusty injured by a grenade which sex swede ring towns knowing the plodded in the Garden of his communists we try to keep ? them away by terror. In an Effort to forestall More such incidents police picked up about 4 a a 10 a _ hundreds of persons arriving in ble t0 a the Butth come Quot this capital by bus from the Luemlia organization the \ let hinterlands. Ail were taken to 1s ring a schools and other Public build number of voters to a Bare Ings for screening and a Checky minimum. Would have invaded Cuba in it had they not run the Craft aground during a police Chase in Biscayne Bay. Russia appoints new space chief Moscow a up a the soviet Union appointed saturday what amounted to a new political chief for its space program. He is Mikhail Viss Elievich thru Niche who was simultaneously appointed Deputy Premier and chairman on the a committee of scientific research. At the same time it announced that the state committee for the co ordination of scientific research had been abolished. Weather Cloudy with wet Snow mixed with rain today and tonight. Windy Little change in temperature. Monday partly Cloudy to Cloudy. High today near 40. Low tonight mid-30s. East to Northeast winds from to to 20 . Increasing from 20 to 30 . Late today. Elsewhere in state Cloudy Northwest portion. Rain or rain mixed with wet Snow East and South portions today and tonight. Becoming rather Windy in Southeast portions. Monday partly Cloudy to Cloudy. Not much change in temperature. High today 38 to 45. Low tonight generally in the 30s. The nun so a Toutjr it i 31 a to. Tad will i at a St pm a

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