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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 23, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Nuti an the Racine journal times vol. 32, no. 16.Racine, wis., sunday april 23, 1961 76 ?"5 ?"20 cents did Ike urge cuban invasion fads clouded Washington a up a a confused picture emerged saturday night from official sources As to any role former pres. Dwight i Eisenhower May have played in shaping . Policy on the ill fated cuban invasion. One authoritative source at a background briefing for a group of newsmen said that both Eisenhower and his vice president. Richard m. Nixon encouraged president Kennedy to go through with the plan. The White House promptly issued a formal denial that Eisenhower and Kennedy Ever had discussed the matter. Final decision i the source of the original Camp David. My. It pm a it � mint had said Eisenhower former pres. Dwight d. Eisen spoke about the plan during Bower discussed the tense the transition period shortly cuban situation with president before Kennedy s adm Nistra Kennedy saturday and then lion took Over. Sidestepped a direct answer on l of same source stipulate whether he endorsed Kennedy Tsing that his name not be used position no said that Nixon strongly Eisenhower did assert. A Fred Kennedy to go through say am a a in mayor a of the plan. He United states supporting he emphasized however he Man who has carry a be Kennedy made the final responsibility for our foreign decision and accepts full re affairs a a a possibility. I that was his reply when this also said asked if he approved Ken 1. V s. Intelligence was Faut Nedys to Blunt stand on comfy on two major counts the Cuba. Judge is Junior to newlyweds Milwaukee a Lahy Civ i judge Robert j. Miech was somewhat startled saturday when after he had concluded a marriage ceremony the Bride hauled off and kissed him. Exclaiming a omy what a Young looking judge you ?� the Bride. Mrs. Anna Tiedemann. Who became mrs. Wenzel Hartl is 71. Hartl is 73, it was the second marriage for both. Judge Miech is 35. Eisenhower and Kennedy discuss Cuba. Denounces Nikita As cuban crisis boils claim Russ note distorts concept of human rights Washington �?"0? a the april 18 to Khrushchev to first United states saturday de message which like saturday to bounced soviet Premier thru was published in Moscow be Sychev s latest message on fore it Ever got to the White Cuba As a of distortion of the House Basic concepts of the rights of a polemical letter ?� state department press of the . Response was issued firer Lincoln White said by the state department with a othe president has received president Kennedy to approval a Long polemical letter from with a cry of a gangsterism a to to chairman Khrushchev relating Khrushchev had sought to to Cuba. Hold the United states directly a othe United states govern responsible for last week to in Mentz to views and attitudes to Vasion of Cuba by anti Castro Ward the situation in Cuba and forces. Toward soviet activities there the . Statement said Ken have been set Forth clearly and Ned would not be drawn into in detail in the president to let an extended Public debate with ter to or. Khrushchev in his Khrushchev. At the same time speech of april 20 before the the statement outlined what it american society of news Pap said was the american concept or editors and in his Newi of Freedom. Conference of april 21. Called fundamental j a othe president will not be a othe people of the United drawn into an extended Public states believe a to to the statement debate with the chairman on said a that the right of self de the basis of this latest Exposi termination is fundamental Tion of the communist Distor and should apply throughout Tjon of the Basic concept of the ?� the rights of Man. Where communism is in a what Freedom a up a the French sur sectional regime of Gen. Powers to put Down the in had escaped capture by the Dis Power the statement said free a a or. Khrushchev to letter asks said saturday Maurice Challe. Surjection were a assuming silents. Doms cease to exist a and a that Freedom do you mean remains Loyal their ?� earlier reports said they had those who would assert them a your answer is simple this the announcement said Gen escape capture set up Headquarters at averse Are mercilessly ?� nation was committed at its not consider the alternative Steps he thinks this country a bloodless c0up saturday it has eral de Pouilly Oran Comman a this apparently meant that Al Kebir a heavily defended Khrushchev to letter was de birth to the proposition that Quality of prime minister Fidel Castro to armed might and the likelihood of hoped for up expression of Unity Eisenhower to statement apr geared to be More in the nature risings among the uban popu 0f an expression of Unity beaut Ai i a and the president than direct advisers approved approval of Kennedy to Kennedy s top Security sp0ken position or of the and advisers approved the invasion ministration to role in in plans in Advance. Kennedy encouraging the ill fated attempt searching for the cause of the t0 invade Cuba miscalculation does not intend the 70-year-old former chief to fire anyone and retains con executive and his 43-year-old Tidence in Central intelligence successor held a conference at director Allen w. Dulles and this Haven for presidents in the his Deputy Richard Bissell. Cato tin mountains near thur-3. The Cia which conceived Mont my. Hie plan about a year ago in Kennedy to apparent purpose Der the Eisenhower admin Strable arranging the meeting was pin mint Tion and the joint chiefs of to help rally Strong National a of by the righting military staff which approved it did support for whatever further which seized Algiers in a Washington d.c., police sergeant directed anti Castro pickets to stay on the sidewalk saturday As map wire photo words were exchanged Between the parading group and Castro adherents who drove by in a car. Report French army Junta widens control in Algeria Paris that the invasion might fail. Must take in the cuban crisis extended its control of a Western dam remained Loyal to de Louis Joe algerian affairs naval base outside Oran. The scribed As �??� a die the people of All countries Sec. Of state Dean Rusk was Eisenhower and Kennedy Algeria by taking Over the City Gaulle an moved his command minister and Gen. Jean Olie government said the two had tonary definition of a Polemi should freely determine their said to have pointed out the met in seclusion for one hour of 0ran Post to the City of Tlemcen named by de Gaulle As com inspected areas outside Algiers Cal is addicted to controversy. Oven future by democratic pro failure but went and 25 minutes. Along with the undertaking j met with others the coup prompted pres. Sudden stroke by the. U a i i. Charles de Gaulle to assume Junta split the 500.000-Man a the it % 7ntpnippnrp pc a cd previously had Dis extraordinary police Powers French army in Algeria into reined that a . Intelligence cussed the cuban crisis with. A a. Rival Prno one communications operation could go wrong so two other Republican leaders and cal1 a Cabinet session 8 territory badly in a place like Cuba Only former vice pres. Richard which proclaimed a state of with the Ivall French Terr too pin Tsia a a it pc ii a \ a a in f Sci Nee across the Mediterranean were from hip Honda m. Nixon and sen. Barry Gold Ieper amp enc it in Lance. I of Nam said to water of Arizona. The White a government announcement Mander in chief for All Algeria turn to Page 2, col. I 90 Miles from the coast. Kennedy we tas wonder now what . Errors House said he plans to see gov said detachments of French of understanding there May be Nelson a. Rockefeller of new foreign legion paratroopers Algeria came from broadcasts Over radio Algiers in the name in such places As Laos and the York next week. Supported by the mass 0j of Challe. Heavily bloc. Curtained communist Nixon said he had assured european settlers in Oran took turn to Page 2, col. 3 Over in the City under the in the pre Dawn coup established Challey to control of Algiers without bloodshed or obvious opposition. But most of algerian outside of Algiers and Oran a apparently remained Oyal to de Gaulle supporting Bis plans to Start negotiations with nationalist rebels for an end to the nearly seven year old algerian rebellion and eventual Independence from Ranee. Cite a of imperatives radio Algiers had announced earlier that the Junta had extended control to Oran with the backing of the Garrison there. The Algiers radio said younger officers had forced de Pouilly to Bow to the a of imperatives of the army. The general was sent off to duty with a unit in the Field against the algerian nationalists Algiers radio said. According to the broadcast the action against de Pouilly was in effect a Mutiny by the younger officers supported by the mass of the european map wire Noto president Kennedy and former pres. Dwight d. Eisenhower walked together saturday along a path at Camp Davi Emy Kennedy had already replied ceases and freely co operate with their neighbors. A othe people of the United states believe that the right of self determination is fundamental and should apply throughout the w orld. A people must be free to express their views free to organize to make their views effective free to publish and disseminate their View to and free to vote in secret for those whom they would choose to direct their views. A empty phrase nowhere these views Are absent the a will of the people to is an empty phrase. A history records no single Case where communism has been installed in any country by the free vote of its people. Throughout the we world everyone knows that in countries where communist minorities have taken Power these freedoms have ceased to exist and those who would assert them Are mercilessly repressed i a Cuba is a tragic example map wire photo he can to cough and he can to cry hut Peter Lollar can smile a As he is doing Here while sister Melissa 4, and brother Mark 3, watch. Deluge of kindness brings Hope to family of Brittle boned baby Little Rock. Ark. A up a and picture of Peter and his population of Oran. Little Peter Lollar will never Mother last sunday started the the broadcast said a general be a Normal boy. But an out mad and Telephone Calls. With Gardy would take Over full pouring of human Kindne to h h tha. A a a a. No Mil. In Given his parents new Hope Jpn my rat permit Peter now 18 months old to at least sit about the Money coming into it a mrs. Lollar said a owe never meant for it to be a fund drive a we just wanted to learn if there w As anything that would help ?� the dollars still done to know if the operation a in which civil and military Power Oran in place of de Pouilly. Their Brittle boned baby. The government announce a eve never seen so much up alone and feed himself. He ment said that two de Gaulle love from so Many people for adj never Valk though. Lieutenants who hew into Oran a Little baby they have never to Thomas Mccluskey of ,.,saturday morning with full seen a said mrs. Oris b. Lollar. Hopes Dale Ohio called to Tell steel pms Are placed in Bone to just overwhelmed. A mail of he successful operation on to would the p fete a his 2-year-old son with the but they re going to find out. Same disease. Shrines hospitals already though they have in san Francisco and Chicago Learned How Peoples beaus perform the needed surgery. Are touched. One Man sent $10 a for the not Only other mothers have truck has had to bring the letters the last two ?� Peter suffers from a rare Bone disease called Osteogenesis imperfect. His Bones in this Section world . And state news pages 2, 3, 4, 8, Roll local 6, 7 crack at the least pressure. He dollars or for use in starting written mrs. Lollar said american heritage 22 cannot cry. He cannot cough. A foundation to study the 17e cannot be picked up. Pling disease but a businessmen Farmers Barbers All kinds of persons in All an associated press Story j a of done to feel exactly right kinds of professions a Khrushchev called the cuban invasion a of crime which has revolted the whole ?� he charged that the United states armed financed and directed the invasion Force and said turn to Page 2, col. 4 Racine area weather fair today becoming Cloudy in afternoon. Cloudy with showers and thundershowers tonight and monday morning. High today in mid 50s. Low tonight about 50. East to Southeast winds increasing to 14-20 . During the Day and to 20-28 . Tonight. Elsewhere in state fair today b cd o m i n g Cloudy in afternoon. Showers Thunder s h o w e r s and warmer tonight. Monday partly Cloudy. High sunday in 60s. Low sunday night in 40s North 47-55 in South

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