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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 11, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 34.racine, wis., sunday december 11, 1960 88 ?"6 ?"20 cents the capital Here is without a government Leader and is a City sought by political factions of every color threatening armed conflict for its control. Sounthone Heads the military government of neutralise and leftist army officers. One of his first acts was to Call a meeting of representatives of pro and anti communist forces which face each other across a no Many to land at the City limits. Vientiane is occupied by 500 or More men under capt. Kong be who led the August coup that upset a pro american government and installed a neutralise regime. The neutralise Premier Prince Souvanna Houma was spending a quiet night 500 Miles away in phenom penh capital of neighbouring Cambodia. He fled there by plane along with some Cabinet and parliament members when any Hope of bringing peace to his divided nation appeared doomed. A communique was issued by the military government saturday bearing Souvanna to signature it said a towing to the situation created by discord among the military in the Vientiane Region the government feels obliged to Delegate All civil and military Powers to the i Headquarters of the armed forces he read the text to the West urge . Give dog More Congo Power give up efforts to save freighter traverse City. Mich. A a Salvage workers saturday abandoned efforts to save the liberian freighter Francisco Morazan aground on the Rocky had a aggressively challenged Quot Long Holiday break beginning Bottom of Lake Michigan since dec. 20 and ending March 7. Nov. 29. The 11-nation Council con was a Victory tor the West by the Asio cited premi Ceylon proposed saturday the . Force that the . Security Council give Sec. Gen Dag Hammar vented an extraordinary Satur officials of the John Roen make catch at 13,000 feet above Pacific Vandenberg air the United states and other steamship co., of Sturgeon Force order in the Congo in any Wayt. Western resolutions he sees fit. Base Calif. A a Sharp eyed air ther debate on rival sox Iet and through the 21-nation commit the Salvage operation said the Force Pilot saturday made ski old Broad Dowers to keen Day afternoon meeting a for fur Western Powers shoved it Bay wis., the firm engaged for a a a1.__ i l � _ i a. A. I theanor Tho of f to Call orto nor Iti Art 1&Quot on the tee Over bitter soviet oppose freighter May be a total loss. Sir Claude Corea Celones representative told the Council he would submit a resold Congo. . Committee votes Tion. The soviet Union had de angry Waves pushed by handed a Short recess of from Strong winds washed As High two to six weeks so that the re As the ship to smokestack sat sued session might be con urday. Map wire photo Northern visitors this Arctic owl 3,600 Miles from Home surveyed City life from a building in downtown Detroit saturday. The Large Bird apparently flew to lower Michigan when severe weather caused its Arctic food Supply the Small mouse like Lemming to become scarce. Ports the pm diplomatic corps including platform ., British and soviet am to him to be necessary he spoke after . Ness in Stanleyville and Oriental province forced supporters of deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba to give up their announced plan to arrest All europeans there and behead some of them unless Lumumba was freed from prison. I recoils from reprisals provincial dictator Bernard Salum faced with the unexpected United nations firm Birmingham. Ala that Southern congressmen ne8sl rec0�?led hvepisf15 Alabama to six in pledged demo most of whom have been Quot la. Fee a cratic electors vowed saturday staunch Kennedy supporters Abtam Lumumba Freedom. 1 a that a owe shall not consider would Back a Southern demo Twenty four hours after a voting for John f. Erat for president in any show Lumus to ultimatum expired la Kennedy so Long As he sup Down in the u. S. House of Mumbai remained in solitary party representatives Tion that would authorize Ham recess for Assembly Harskjold to use the . Force United nations n y. There to maintain Law and or a be . Steering com ratified by the 99-nation As Eduard trivas and his Crew of Der by All Means that appear Putter saturday voted an la Sembly itself but there a 13 remained aboard for six i # i # a my n Saaf put a a a a. Eluded in february. The decision still must the Morazan ran aground in be a snowstorm. The week recess in the current Gen geared Little Chance of a firm eral Assembly session. The Versal. Re Days. They finally were re moved and sent to new York. 6 a pledged electors threaten to desert Juk democratic confinement in a Thys Ville. 3�?"stated that a your position army prison. And no Whites following their first meeting remains fluid so that we can bad been arrested in Stanley Bassadore in the presidential so pc the nov. 8 general elec co operate we Tith other in a be. Palace. Sounthone said the military in which they government will be in charge a until a solution to the pres Salum had threatened Tion the six issued a statement pledged electors foe the pres to rope in All the estimated Elvation of racial and National 2.200 Whites in Oriental prov 1 express Confidence repeated a pre election ent crisis can be worked ?� pledge to vote a ofor an out ?� will meet monday 4�?"said they will meet Mon me and a Start cutting off the Heads of some of them unless Lumumba was freed. Corea said his Resolution truce talks have been sched standing Southern Democrat d a y with other Southern unused at Phan Man Temple mid who sympathizes with our be pledged electors in Jackson. As0 Wou have the Council Way Between Vientiane and the Culiar problems in the ?� miss. The meeting was called a cell or the ,n8 positions outside it held by the so far they Haven to named their by nov Ross Barnett of Mistbe congolese parliament i n l a a m aaa Quot a in l. A. A a it a. I a _ a. _ a i a h r a of Fin t Rex one. Rightist forces of Gen. Thoumi favorite Nosavan. Sis Sippi where All eight elec expressed Confidence tors Are a pledged. And the release of All imprisoned members of parliament,1 he s a sad Seminole in who s got the chief s gators Everglades a. A Ltd it a somebody stole t h e pet alligators of Seminole Indian chief Cory Osceola and the chief is on the Warpath about a think steal a tem to eat maybe Gator Tail steaks by now a said Cory who indicated he had certain clues to bolster his suspicions. The chief would no to say w Hether h e suspected indians or paleface but his comments pointed More toward redskins. A game has been scarce since the Hurricane a Many Turkey drown and Deer is gone from the ?� said Cory. Seminoles still rely to a Large extent on game for food especially in off seasons when tourists Are scarce and work is Slack. However this did not Rule out White Hunters. Some old timers in this area agree with the seminoles that Gator Tail steaks Are a Choice delicacy. Corys to half a dozen pet gators disappeared from Corys to Village on Tamami Trail in the Northwest Edge of the town of Ochopee Cory did t confine h i s in this Section gators. They were free to come and go in the Highway canal o r Waterways adjacent to his Village of thatched Chikles. Cory thinks they were too fond of him to leave voluntarily. A of think much of those gators a especially the big one six foot ?� 5�?"deplored the role played including Lumumba. By southerners who a rally 2. Ask pres. Joseph Kasaku themselves with a candidate by to Call a round table con who avowedly would integrate Ference of congolese political our schools do away with lit leaders including Lumumba Tracy tests As a qualification for a settlement of differences for voting Force upon us an 3. Direct the . Command Fec and otherwise under in the Congo to take a fall Nee mine everything we hold dear Esary measures to disarm All in the ?� Alabama to other five demo private armies Corea made there Clear that he cratic electors Are pledged to considered s t r o n g in a n col Kennedy. Joseph Mobutu to troops such a a French Soldier with a Metal Detector checked moslem for possible hidden weapons at Cher hell following the National con private army. He quoted retentions members of the in Marks of Hammarskjold to the dependent elector group sex effect that a of Section of the presed Strong dissatisfaction congolese army under Mobutu with the civil rights stands of both the democrats and the re Algeria saturday during a Charles de Gaulle. Visit by French pres. Ai wire photo publicans rugged running and kicking by Paul Hornung led the Green Bay packers to a 13-0 Victory Over the san Francisco 49ers and the top of the National football league to Western division saturday. Story in sports Section. Town lists 1st death in traffic in 23 years Catasauqua a. A Ltd it a a 3-year-old boy was killed Algiers tense edgy after new violence his second straight Aerial catch of a capsule ejected from an orbiting discoverer satellite. The 300 Pound capsule Captain snagged at an Altitude of 13,-000 feet about 400 Miles from Hawaii contained precious radiation testing and sky spy gear. Air Force capt. Gene w. Jones flying a c119 transport kept his capsule Fielding record perfect by latching onto the parachuting capsule with booms trailing below his plane. He had asked and received a particular spot in the formation of nine of the flying boxcars spread Over the far Flung Soball Park a the Aret where the capsule was expected to descend of the Pacific. Officials Here said they were not certain whether the Walla Walla Wash Captain Felt he a Ohad it doped just where the capsule would be sighted. Longer exposure the capsule was in orbit circling the Earth every 94 minutes for three Days. Previous discoverer capsules have been recovered after one or two Days. Officials said the longer exposure to space radiation was expected to be of greater value to the nation to Man in space program. Contents include human eyelid tissue blood and Bone marrow. Also in the 27-by33inch capsule was secret equipment of a Type which United states researchers Hope will someday eliminate the possibility of sneak attack. The biological specimens will be rushed to the school of aviation Medicine at san Antonio for study. Fourth time it was the fourth time a capsule has been discharged from a satellite in space and recovered by american to space researchers. Altogether three discoverer capsules have been snagged in the air one fished Augusta ?"�?"about from the Ocean. Near misses 60 negroes picketed the Swank were scored on two others. Augusta National Golf club a othe entire operation of Dis while president Eisenhower covered xviii was the most negro group pickets Ike successful we have had in the ?� declared Algiers a it it a an edgy end of the second straight Day presence. By an Auto As he tried to Cross Calm Seu cd Over is Emba. Of m la action by settlers prop Keis reportedly included a Street saturday. It was the Salu Rjay m a m be Testma d i first traffic fatality in 23 years in this Eastern Penns Lama town of 5.062. Played Golf there saturday. White House press Secretary discoverer Lames h. Hagerty said Eisen maj. Gen o. J. Ritland com Hower was unaware of their Unander of the air lore ballistic missile division. The capsule recovery com Gaulle to policy of two members of the faculty of plated a performance started Wake of violent clashes Between moslem supporters of self determination for Algeria. Paine College the North africans and set negro school. Co Edu diurnal last wednesday which thoroughly satisfied air Force of tiers fought As de Gaulle spoke the pickets made no attempt finals from Start to finish. Minutes of play. Car was driven by Andrew settlers Smith 27, of Catasauqua. Also in today to sports Section University of Wisconsin to the Victom was Dale i Rehnel French pres. Charles de Gaulle to 4 officers nearby to enter the club grounds basketball team edges out Marquette 55-51 in the final of red lion a police said the a n d anti gaullist european a Jda urging them to forget which Are completely secluded the past and support creation from the Street outside. The Battles erupted near the of an a Uena m which both the picketing began at 3 15 moslem and europeans would p m. The pickets left an hour play significant roles. And 15 minutes later. Some of the carried place one read. A Freedom africans to 1960. Another read. A Olincoln a emancipation Eisenhower civil rights a report gop s Dillon May receive Kennedy s nod As Treasury chief pouring unexpectedly out of the until then silent Nasbah _ s about 3,000 North staged the first Large scale Arab demonstrations in this territorial capital. Racine area weather considerable cloudiness with occasional Snow flurries today. Partly Cloudy and continued cold. High today in upper 20s, Low tonight around 15. Northeasterly winds 15-22. I Palm Beach. Fla. A i John f. Kennedy lion got on the Telephone saturday for More work on selection of his Cabinet a amid reports he they set fire to a gasoline a a borne blows up station sacked a department 3 r a going Eisenhower adm Nistra what it called speculation re weekend at the family to at Ian store smashed shop windows 3 men Are killed Garding Dillon and there we tas tic Shore Home with his wife a amp and flashed tires of parked cars world And state news May As a Republican to be pages .2, 3, 4, 8, Roll 12 Secretary 0f the Treasury. Local news Page 6 the Republican the reports Rau. ? of entered on is 51-year-old c. Old Tonai Page Douglas Dillon who is under Admiral heritage Page 2 Sec Reury of stat to the out Kennedy to Headquarters con the usual word of caution that their tinted to decline comment on All decisions Are tentative until the president elect announces his choices an attorney who has often advocated Union causes Arthur j. Goldberg is reported 2 it w Eek old son their daughter Caroline 3. Wilmington n. ?"w�?" Ancl on a March Down the Rue de an 0ji Barge being cleaned of Lyon sludge blew up on the Cape riot police backed by grim Pear River Here saturday kill Kennedy announced the for faced troops hurled tear Gas ing three men and sending two but Kennedy to press Secre Mal appointment of prof. Rich grenades and dispersed the others to a Hospital. Tan Pierre Salinger disclosed arde Neustadt. Columbia mobs. The explosion shattered win to be pres7-efect John Quot Ken i that the president elect thurs verify specialist on the pow then police had to swing in Jows and Shook buildings in Nedys to Choice As Secretary of Day evening held a 45-minute ers of the american presided to action again when moslem this City of 45,000 More than. _ i j 11 be a in Callant in Mallorca inn he Clra Amah int Tho Ritu a. Tua mar Friy labor. Story on Page 31 meeting with Dillon. Teni Tedy to spending Lite Cyas a consultant on matters bands streamed into the City a mile across the River from turn to Page 2, cot 3 i turn to pag2, col. 6 Ane blast. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy to Cloudy. Occasional Snow flumes Likely extreme South and East portions. A Little colder South and extreme East. Monday partly sunny and continued cold High sunday 15 22 North in the 20s South. Low sunday from 5-10 below extreme Northwest to 5 15 above extreme South cast. Laotian general lakes control Vientiane Laos it pm Gen. Sounthone p a t h a in a Vong. Neutralise pulled from virtual retirement last month to head the laotian army announced formation of a temporary military government saturday As leaderless Laos wallowed toward chaos. . Plane snags satellite s capsule

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