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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 07, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal time vol. 31, no. 16. Racine wis., sunday August 7, 1960 74 ?"6 ?"20 cents charge Russ stir hysteria Over u2 Pilot Auto plunges into mine 4 die Little Rock. ?" ply four youths drowned saturday when the car in which they were Riding missed a curve on a country Road and plunged into a water filled strip mine. J killed were Charles Washington 16, Sylvester Woods run 119, the owner of the car Law the in preparation for the esp Ion _ _. 1q asserts Cuba Washington up �?".va n t 10,.4l United states accused Russia age trial of u2 Pilot Francis g. Ienf7 or Elk to talc v saturday of Waring a hysteria Powers. Or Warren Porter i6 a1> loved Cal Campaign to inflame pub at the same time with the lie opinion against this country publication of an Exchange of notes with Moscow the state becoming red state see attendance at county fair at Peak today by Don Reed journal times staff department acknowledged it had been unable so far to do anything to help the 30-year-old flier in the preparation of his defense. He was captured May i when his spy plane went Down in Central Russia and he goes to trial aug. 17 on charges that could bring a death sentence. The soviet foreign office promised that relatives of the flier would be Given Opportunity to meet with the soviet at declares Congo was snubbed by Dag on Katanga Leopold Ville the Congo a i pm vice Premier Antoine Eizenga charged Satur although All of the judging Lowey Quot assigned to the Case. Day that Secretary Gen a been completed. Racine the russian note identified Eralda Hammarskjold is county fair officials Are sex him As a attorney Grin Ivy but nored the congolese govern petting a larger attendance to department officials said dealing with the sees Day than during any other Day they knew nothing about who Rich i i of Ince. Of the fair. He is or his ability preparing to Fly to new York providing the weather con a Norton a or and mrs to plead the c Ongoy to Case be tines Good the total attend Oliver Powers parents of the fore the special Security coun a no. This year could surpass m Flo said t Hev Wou d leave Cli meeting on Katanga sunday that of last year. During the today for the ,0�? journey to no rat Eizenga again called on first two Days of the fair the most of. Young Powers wife. Hammarskjold to Send . Paid attendance was More than Barbara is expected to follow troops to Katanga immedi in a few Days. Her . Pass port is due to be issued Mon stiff note tells of transformation into dictatorship Washington a # a the cuban actions against the United states saturday publicly warned the other american nations that Fidel Castro to Cuba is rapidly becoming a dictatorial state ruled by communists. United states. A othe sino soviet ?� it says a Oare attempting to use the cuban revolution As an instrument of foreign policy with the objective of increasing world Hie barges Are made in a tensions undermining Hemi massive 78-Page memorandum Sheric Solidarity and carrying Forward their aggressive attacks against the free world 1,600 ahead of a year ago. Racine Day to lately. Eizenga filed aug. 2 with the inter american peace committee and made Public saturday by the state department. Gravest danger the communist Powers moreover not Only support the said the troops the note a Blu test yet in re a a ution in Cuba itself but the weather Friday was Ideal Day and the soviet embassy should be sent to a Ohonor the for fair goers after an Early has authorized a visa. Morning drizzle. The Sun shone brightly All afternoon As temperatures hovered in the 80�?. Promises he made publicly. The congolese ?� returns to new to York Hammarskjold returned to the Exchange of notes re leased by the state department reported requests to the Hammarskjold returned to today will be City of Racine russian foreign ministry go new York after cancelling or Day and recreational activities ing Back to May to. These re Ders for . Troops to enter will be highlighted. There will quests sought permission to Katanga and thus bring it at he a free grandstand show to at Hae an embassy official Isit spy Jaq symbolically under . 2 . And another at 8 Powers and to provide the control. Preceding each entertainment Young Pilot with Legal Counse Hammarskjold warned that son Iet reply to Premier Moise Tshombe of a the aug. 4 con Omed air plane exhibition the . Appeals flatly turned Tanga Reant business when he said . Troops would have at 2 30 there will be a dress Down the plea for american revue in the electric tent with lawyers to counsel Powers. It 4-h club members Hank. Franksville Linwood Norway Myatts and flier. From Bur ignored the request for to fight their Way into Kaem Tanga. He said he had no aul Kneeland. Bassy personnel to visit the Thori nation to commit troops of Tucker modelling clothing. Baby beef Sale meanwhile the state department said the russians Are the 11.000-Man. Predominantly african in. Force to Battle. In Elizabethville his capital runs in the family mrs. Leroy Wood or. Of 1452 Harmony drive and her 10-month-old daughter Kelly Jean share the same Honor a they have both received the title of the Quot fattest baby at Racine playgrounds. Mrs. Wood the former Miriam Rickard received the distinction in i 937 at the Racine St. Playground. Kelly Jean toddled off with the Honor recently at the Wadewitz playground weighing 27 pounds. Here she looked Over a picture of her Mother taken after the 19 37 contest. A Phouy troubled .-cuban relations turn to Page 2, col. 2 a observes i a not Only is Cuba under its revolutionary government being transformed rapidly into a dictatorial political state but a state in which the reins of political control Are increasingly being concentrated in the hands of the communist ?� i but the a gravest danger to the Security of the americas a it adds a ois to be found in the developing military relations. Ltd a. %. J a c frustrated . Negotiator Between Cuba and the soviet. ,. H items soviets disinterested in disarm talks Washington up ?� it also charges a build up in Cuba with the Pur Chase a from european coun painted a Bleak picture saturday of world disarmament jju1.1? i prospects and accused the soviet Union of blocking every practical Western move during highlight of the activities on resorting to All kinds of tricks Tshombe expressed Satis fac fonday was the baby beef Sale and a fairy tales1�?t to picture the Tion with Hammarskjold s Deci which attracted an estimated to Ted states All Over the world Sion. 400 persons a total of 40 head As an aggressive Power con of beef cattle All own tend and stantly engaged in vast is exhibited by 4-h club mom p a nage operations against the cites conversations soviet Union. Officials said the drive the . In order to weaken the livestock conf then e of if allies and thereby split up the Alliance. Ill Hill i Iii la Iii Imi Mihm in Mill Mill 11 15 years people the agony of devastation by a statement. An atomic bomb. Hiroshima hers were sold by three auctioneers. The Sale totalled $10,738.59 and All of the Money is Given to the owners of the the grand Champion steer a Black Angus shown by Margaret Kramer of Waterford sold for 46 cents a Pound. The 972 Pound steer brought a total of $447.12 and was purchased by sentry foods. In Selling the grand Champion. Auctioneer Glenn gut Knecht worked for 20 minutes a a a a turn to Page 4, col. 3 Dallas of s segregation Dallas a Dallas residents voted overwhelmingly against school integration in a special referendum saturday. The vote was 22,807 against and 5,690 for in returns from 112 of 134 boxes. Election officials said the total vote might reach 50,000�?" or about twice the size of any previous vote Here on a school Issue. Results of the referendum will have no affect on whether Dallas schools Are integrated. Federal judge t. Whitfield Davidson has ordered the school District to begin a limited plan of integration by september 1961. The judge said he thought Federal courts would not uphold a state Law requiring a school District to gain approval in a referendum before integrating its schools. But he urged the Board to go a head with the referendum As a kind of barometer of Public opinion. A How a comedian decided the Fate of a Movi studio run by a former Racine Man the late Nate Bamberg. ,. Story Page 8. Eizenga complained that he was told of Hammarskjold to is cancellation order Only 15 min Ike opposes Congress approving civil rights Laws at Short session i runs a Hin guns. The Ong and fru Tiess Geneva 50,000 rifles 200 mortars howitzers and flame throwers 15 tanks and 50 million rounds of ammunition. The building support note appeared to be sessions. The state department Mads Public a report to Secretary Christian a. Herter from Frederic m. Eaton . Negotiator a saying the soviet delegates Washington med at creating distrust of utes before the Secretary Gen the Eisenhower administration diced eral flew Back to new York. A or. Dag Hammarskjold has further done everything to ignore the at the frowns on any efforts to push civil rights legislation Post convention con i Pic plans some Hills will he Intro be cleared in the limited time in both Senate and before the Start of the Intel House but there s scant Chance Sive fall political campaigns. Central government of the confessional session and it feels Golese Republic a trustee of to to doing pretty Well with the Confidence of the Congo available Laws. Any will he voted on or even reach the debate stage. Two factors the administration to Cool move by the United states to were a not interested in serious build support among the other negotiations but rather were american states for forming a concerned Only with pro Pagan United front to Deal with de ?� will continue Eaton said it is imperative eloping red threats the hemisphere. Against it came Only nine Days be that Eizenga said in he charged that Hammar this coupled with developments makes it unlike tons by that civil rights proposals 2. A Justice department belief that the action it has taken and will take under the 1957 and 1960 civil rights acts will continue to make Clear the and fore la Anil 16 opening of an continue Ness toward fresh proposals is Man Strat on to determination to pmer8ency meeting of West Hope for Early Success in the earlier based on two main consider and discriminatory practices Ern hemisphere foreign minis present atmosphere. Based on race. The latter position was is efforts for disarmament but held out scant i. New proposals if pushed fers in san Jose Costa Rica. To the United states and four discuss extra Continental men Western allies held 47 sessions regaining its civic spirit skjold had based his decisions will get anywhere in the ses might so snarl the session with he adv underscored saturday aces to hemispheric Solidarity in Geneva with the soviet Story Section 2, Page 8. Not in the congolese govern so n starting monday. On the Southern protests that pending Wuen att Gen William p a a a a turn to Page 2, col. 5 basis of already announced a of must legislation could not a world tensions trogers on the eve of the new session released a re Capitula works Tion of these actions covering it Jon the last three years. Plans legislation sen. Jacob k. Javits r . Has announced hell introduce legislation covering the Republican platform position. His fellow republicans and new yorkers sen. Ken Neth a Keating arum rep William e. Miller said they will ii. Turn if in i a introduce Bills based on the Calls threaten Lite democratic platform this plan of Alice in Dairyland Challenge Lyndon b Union and four other red a. Tons Between March 15 and the peace comm Hee which june 2? who in so Vlf Prem or through the Organiza of american states will i report directly to the foreign ministers. Its report presumably will include both the . Charges and earlier cuban charges. The memorandum supplements a june 27 note to the peace group on provocative was to Johnson of Texas Senate majority Leader and demo Rati vice presidential nominee the Justice department s review to of cases filed under the 1957 and 1960 civil rights acts listed five voting suits two successfully concluded and three pending. Marshfield wis. A it i Nikita Khrushchev wrecked the conference by pulling out the communist negotiators. Stood firm during the Long weeks of negotiation neither Side Ever moved away from its Basic position. The reds stood firm on Khrushchev to plan for a four year program of total disarmament the Western Powers insisted on a step by step approach. Eaton resigned last month As . Disarmament to Alice in Dairyland at present the United states is 19-year-old Joan Mary Engh of trying to arrange against la Crosse was hurried off the soviet opposition for a meet stage at the farm Progress Ling aug. 15 of the full . Days event saturday after to disarmament commission in lice received two Telephone new York to report the failure Calls threatening her life. Of the 10-nation conference at an unidentified Man called Geneva the police station remarked in addition the department miss Engh was Beautiful statement noted that it has called for the voting records of a dozen Southern counties where totals of negro voters turn to Page 2, col. I dancer Gene Kelly marries for 2d time a moment for prayer these youngsters a Ai Wirt Ponio Cathedral at Munich Germany Dunn the roman Ott rhe eur Hattie can turrets heme held there. Hollywood a lib tor dancer Gene Kelly saturday married Jeanne Coyne who was associated with him in staging his recent Ballet a Opas de Deus a at the Paris opera. I it was the second marriage for both. Kelly was divorced from actress Betsy Blair in 1957 and miss Coyne is the tonner wife of director Stanley inn a a and said a of want to let you know in to going to kill ?� the same Man called again saying a Ono matter How Many men you have i will still get ?� miss Engh was taken off the stage and escorted from the grounds by police All her other a App a Ance in this area were in this Section world . And state news pages 2, 3, 6, la 12 local 4, 5 american heritage Page 7 f4f��4 a a Racine area weather mostly Cloudy with showers or thundershowers today. Monday partly Cloudy and a Little cooler. High today mid 80s. Low tonight near 60. Southerly winds today 6 to 12 Miles per hour increasing to 2u Miles an hour tonight. Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy with showers or thundershowers today. Cooler Northwest. Monday partly Cloudy and slightly cooler East and South portions. High today 75 to 84 North West in the by

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