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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 26, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 32, no. 8.uni a ii the Racine journal time Racine wis., sunday february 26, 1961 66 pages�?5 sections�?20 cents Dixie Rivers rampage thousands homeless my West Point ga., one of the Southern cities hit by floods was under three feet of water. A nearby River a a. A map wire photo re Alabama braces for floods no Relief in sight Birmingham Ala. Map a Central Alabama prepared for perhaps its worst flooding in 40 years saturday night As Rivers continued to Rise after a week of steady downpours of rain. Thousands in the South Are already homeless. The rain ii and stopped in most of Alabama and the weather Bureau said there was Little Chance of any More. At least through sunday. But immediate Relief for stricken areas of Alabama was not in sight. Adds to Runoff in fact As temperatures plunged from tile Balmy readings of the past week to sub freezing in some areas of roads in the Central Section of a wire photo my my a Butterfly Steve Ingrassia 4, of Milwaukee had a hard time seeing the Butterfly perched on his nose. The insect perhaps thinking that Spring had arrived emerged from a cocoon in the basement of the Ingrassia Home. . Threatens Force in Congo was expected to Crest at 28 feet about eight feet above flood stage. Push search for downed b47 North Alabama and missis the state. United nations . A a use for it e if necessary to pre Sippi Light Snow began to a even our Snow lows Are a it a the United nations said vent civi1 War in the Congo flutter to the ground. None setting a state police saturday its Congo command publish report of it stuck but the Runoff a cd a reported. Bas threatened to use Force to the . Command also an added to the swollen Rivers. He a d a n roads Stop the Premier of South Kasai bounced it had tried to prevent the Coosa Tallapoosa and radiating from Indianapolis from occupying two towns the takeover of the Kasai prov Alabama Rivers continued were closed or closing. Where there was danger of a Ince capital of Lulu Bourg by i their rampage. I Snow Mounds ranged up to clash with hostile tribes. Lumumba is troops. I up North a snowstorm Stag five feet on Highway 24 it was the first time the . The United nations published Hurley us. A up a a Sawyer base near Duluth and 1st it. Gary Hanify to county Deputy sheriff John d Indiana Echt inches or Between Peru and Wabash in command has made use of the a report from Rajeshwar Dayal medical Rescue team on Snow Minn. The Crew apparently had Ledo Ohio. Vardo. A we expect to hear of re of Snow Al Najj Jefts of Northern Indiana. Authority Given it by the . Of India Sec Gen. Dag shoes battled through North received a bail out order. Aerial observers who soon but it May Jake Langer Jve feel dogged streets and Indiana state police advised Security Council tuesday to Hammark Joto a special repro j1 motorists against All but Emer gency trips at a time when thousands of fans were floundering toward 64 High school basketball tournaments. Some we Ere cancelled. Pm Wisconsin a snowy Wilder. Identify men spotted the downed Jet bomb than we Ness saturday night to reach the air Force identified the or in the Timber country in the the w Reckage of a strategic four men aboard the plane As northeastern tip of Wisconsin air command b47 bomber that capt. James p. Jarrett air saturday morning saw smoke crashed in flames Friday night Craft commander from Topeka rising from the debris and a at Forbes air Force Rase kan., is it. Theodore h. Parachute spread out on the Topeka kan., w Here the plane Stalmach Miami fla., the Nav Snow nearby. Was bused a spokesman said a a Ator is it. Charles a we Haven to heard anything two unidentified bodies be Weise san Francisco the Pilot about survivors a said Iron lived to be two of the four Man Crew aboard the plane were found in the Vicinity of Ironwood mich., just across the line from Hurley. The Forbes spokesman said the information came from the think because map wire photo Edith Kiecorius a. Gone without Trace. Comes out in Wash aaa a laundry travels 1st class London a it it a is it proper to use a diplomatic Pouch As a laundry bag the British foreign office just a Little embarrassed is considering the question and it inclines to the View that her majesty a diplomatic Pouch is for deep secrets not for dirty shirts. Suspicion that the diplomatic Pouch is being used to deliver laundry from the soviet Union to Britain and vice versa was aroused when the manager of a laundry disclosed that one of his customers is a naval officer attached to the British embassy in Moscow. The laundry Man William Bowden sends the clean we Ash to the foreign office. From there he understands it travels in the diplomatic bag. At the foreign office a spokesman explained that laundries in Moscow done to Cope very Well with the boiled shirts diplomats Wear. So to maintain the fastidious standards expected of her majesty a envoys some of them Send their washing Home. A but if in fact the diplomatic Pouch has been used for such a purpose it is quite unauthorized and we Are looking into the matter a said the foreign office spokesman in a rather stiff Collar fashion. Police search California for nine fugitives Snow lows stuck a Sno plow was sent to the Driver speared by Metal pipe sedative in the Congo covering both developments. Dayal said that Albert Kalonji head of the so called South Kasai mining state was assuming a aggressive pos the report said this developed after Kalonji was Rescue of the Swayzee team. San Rafael Calif. Of pm ordered by an officer under stranded on a Road in route to a Section of Metal pipe Congo pres. Joseph Kas Mvubu the tourney in Marion. Was driven through a motor to occupy sentry in Eastern thousands of acres of prop Sis body in a car crash sat Kasai and Kasongo in Kiva erty Many Miles of roads and urday. Province. Capt. Jarrett it. Hanify los Angeles the in ,i5ptoutf.h"eep 8nd themore than too officers hundreds of h comes we re he died Only after firemen the location of the wreck a arched Sou Hom California inundated in Central Alabama Hacks wed through Theon to comply with these Struc Niche for none f n the Alabama Power co. Said both and ook he t0 a Lions there would be. Grave a if the Kalonji troops were age. Spotted saturday morning saturday night desolate area about men who led supposedly is All reservoirs at the company a h a was a a a Jece St in dangers i ii Cape proof jail by picking an dams on the River system North. Tribes o is in a nine Miles Southw est of Here 22 Miles Over drifted roads. 16 searchers the Rescue team consisted apparently burglar proof lock of Montgomery Are filled and two of the fugitives were overflowing his body. Police said the victim de of clashes with hostile occupying the area a the report said. It said Dayal had drawn Kalona s attention to returned to the county jail sat flood at six dams have fun the new Sot Unity Council order urday. Larry Virgil Bradley 19. Been opened but the company f to wheel t0 keep the put a e and then a vim ww1 a j �?oh11 win Uiva Ulch up Ciocu Hul i i in Cui 11 Jai it Floan it Tho Vav h up i of 16 air Force members most surrendered to police and Lar said this would make Little Dif a a a i a a v by medics who started the last by Morris Gorline was Recap Ference on the amount of a a Yui the nine not heeded Vou win be he a mile and one half of their trek Taireh in a the tor along. In Pip r e s d o n i b i e f it a the con declared a if this warning is police combing in search for Little girl who vanished to was a com. A.32, a one legged Hammer slav named by Sev it to c Vit. Or and Bank robber who eral Iron coun ,. I. Of launched the breakout by a y s Ler l s nip Biating a Jock with a pick ies ,. He carried in his artificial leg. 16 up the prisoners on the ground was spa e it fj00r booking room at the Halla a quote a of Justice then crawled Gary and cml air patrol air plumbing duct Erat from Wisconsin j find sofa and much gun that scan of basement nod the area following a futile m. All night ground search it. Stalmach Al Cio asks stiffer taxes on . Companies abroad Miami Brach Ila. The Al Cio up american new York it it anyone. A copter Hunts hundreds of police knocked weary detectives leafed anything they might need on doors pried into dark Cor through thousands of records �?T000 officers ners with searchlights scoured of mental hospitals and the Little Edith Kiecorius Van rooftops descended into sew City a Bureau of vital statistics shed under strange Circum ers combed basements it was All part of a feverish stances wednesday while play checked buildings apartment but painstaking search to find it is on sidewalk in front of by apartment searched vacant not a desperate criminal men the Home of an Uncle lots and empty structures acing the lives of citizens but questioned cabbies shop own a Bright eyed pretty Little girl of her was found As the hours ers and pedestrians. Of four. Overhead a helicopter Seldom a there been such mile and one half of their trek lured in a bar. The breakout ter flowing southward. The responsible for the con thes scene on total Quot a occur es control the water a a. The scene on a Snow cat a five of the escapees Are con surface at the top of the dams. Atm men mid hts Stern warning i i get tractor Side red a extremely danger before the rain slackened ability definite penetration by a a of have issued a Stern rnwm6 from a a a us Autho ties sad a Fijal Delury a d d cd t the the pipe to Stop his car after it warning to or. Kalonji to rowed from a difficult feat flooding with rainfall exceed 500 feet probably desist from any aggressive is resort in escape apparently was in seven inches reported at saved jives of his Passen action a the report said. In orce Par by Joe Morgan surf serous Southern areas gets his son Mark to and a Dayal also said lie wrote to was or rom. Within the 24 hour period Friend Ted Johnson of Salt Kas Mvubu and asked him to turn to Page 2, col i Lake City. A countermand the oct ration in a St auctions which came from a i commandant named Kiemble. Kiemble was described As chief of staff to Kasai ubut a army commander a. Gen. Joseph Mobutu. I Dayal also said that in Gen a aeral a although the civil War runaway firms v a. Situation continues to be one saturday moving facilities abroad to�?�3aiu, Gravity some i pro ement authorities said Morgan and urged government to apply by it re can appears to be in sight the six engine a r m de Severa 0f the escapees were the full corporate tax to earn a the statement reiterated be Racine area weather mostly Cloudy Early today becoming partly Cloudy this afternoon. Warmer today. Fair tonight. Monday mostly Cloudy. High today upper 30s. Low tonight near 20. South to Southwest winds to to is Miles an hour. Elsewhere in Staie Chance of Snow flurries or Light showers North portion becoming partly Cloudy this afternoon somewhat warmer Southeast portions today. Fair and colder tonight. Monday mostly Cloudy. High sunday from Low 30s Northwest to near 40 Southeast. Low tonight 15 to 24. Bomber was on a training mis Folsom inmates temporarily Ings of United states owned f a continuing a promote to to Neka a cleans i Here for court appear and o p e r a d subsidiaries a of ishm base Topeka kans. It was on ances because they were still abroad to Stop a the Export of the t express a Ron then i7disadneared pm the uncooked it a a 11 wot Civi Tan american Iobst ,., Cern a. He effects that Sud All night winged with Sharp eyed men a mobilization of the vast Man j. ,. _ . A statement adopted by the deny increased imports of Long the two special telephones peering intently at the jutting Power and resources of the Rada ?i,re,enaalinn5rlh-v he a unhappy sour Mun Wau some items from Japan and rang and then into the Day. Rooftops alleyways and hidden new York police department. A a a a a a Quot p a a a quote authorities said a 12th Pris Tive ounci.1 a did that special Germany Are having on certain through the treats of lower crannies. But a missing child is schved a Call from Mil Oner also listed As an Escapee no Quot Tulve i adopted a Domestic industries Manhattan a truck moved with in the nearby Waters of the of highest importance to the n 1 1 i had turned up a in a state world Var be Quot to Quot Graf to textiles and apparel. A Loudspeaker booming out a Hudson River police launches Force. Newly appointed police a j a it. J 0f righteous indignation a at american capital to help re automation repeated Appeal for help from moved slowly Back and Forth commissioner Michael j. Mur if u Nash of borne in nearby Ontario 1 War torn areas should dragging great Iron grappling Phy instructed commanding of a a Oil. Ronald j. Profeta 31. Phoned now by withdrawn Hooks. Flyers to ask immediately for appears to he a tailing plane. A a ii l Aero Cal i of at t Tho labor Union federations exec such As Ronald j. The air Lone sealed o of the the. Sheriffs office to say he d turn to Page 2, col. 2 new areas a the labor movement a the statement said a has supported technological Progress in our understood his $262.50 bail,1 the statement indicated such Domestic Economy but we in for a Petty theft charge had a policy toward american in Sist that jobs must be provided been posted so he walked out. Vestments in Europe and other for the workers displaced by authorities Learned the bail industrialized areas but said automation had been posted. They released continued tax incentive should a by the Sam Token labor 5, 9, to Profeta a because we can to be expanded to Spur new has supported a Liberal Trade prove he escaped a although american investments in lesser policy but we insist that Grade neither Edith nor any Trace local 6 investigators said he would developed nations in Asia la a1 reductions of Trade barriers in this Section pages.2, 3, Page 7 have to we Alk through wore on and police set nearly Amer can heritage a electrically operated doors turn to Page 2, col. 5 editorial Page 14 he left a he said he did. Four rope and latin America. Must not entail a callous Dis if it was also urged that Cor regard for american workers pirate taxes be stiffened on displaced by inn Jota a i

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