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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 15, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Unit Hon the Racine journal times vol. 32, no. 2.Racine, wis., sunday january 15, 1961 64 ?"5 ?"20 cents cuban prelate Calls for fight on communism Hay Ana a pm a archbishop Enrique Perez Serran Tes of Santiago has issued i new pastoral letter urging All christians in Cuba to rally for a new struggle against communism. The roman Catholic prelate to Appeal was directed at christians outside his own Church. Although Cuba is predominantly Catholic Church attendance is traditionally Low among the peasantry who now provide prime minister Fidel Castro to largest internal support. The letter was drafted on the eve of Epiphany Jan. ?" but copies reached Havana Only saturday. Those who brought it said it probably had been read in the churches of Oriente province already although not by the aging and ailing archbishop in person. Answers Challenge archbishop Perez Serrantes 77, has repeatedly challenged the cuban government to attacks on the Catholic Church. His letter appeared to answer Castro to Challenge of a with our revolution or against it to to by declaring a with Christ or against ?� a owe write so Many pastorals a the outspoken prelate said a because it is the Only vehicle of publicity left to us pianist s chords All lost audience hears soundless concert London a it up a a hungarian pianist gave a concert saturday on a piano which did no to make any noise. The audience in stately Wigmore Hall received his efforts with silence nearly As profound. The renowned acoustics of the old Hall were equal to the occasion. There were no echoes or overtones Only a few coughs. Tomas bid gave London its first major presentation of the Dolce piano meaning a piano which does no to make a sound. Gray haired bespectacled bid performed under difficulties because he had to use a borrowed piano. His own instrument he said had been misplaced by British railways. Wigmore Hall stepped into the emergency by providing a piano with the hammers tied Down. Bid was presented by a Patron and some British admirers As a othe surrealist of ?� in English which comes to him with difficulty he explained that the idea was to watch him and to feel. He played what he said were some Well known classics. A pretty girl leaning Over him turned the sheets of music at the appropriate time presumably when he got to the Bottom of a Page. He played with vigorous gestures his head Bobbing cadences and sympathetic a of listeners said they got the feel that something was being communicated to them. They did not always agree As to whether they were being moved by Mozart or Bach. For one piece bid had accompaniment. He was assisted by a violoncello and an oboe but the oboe player did t blow and the violoncello player did no to let his Box touch the strings. U. Rebuffs Russ on belgian censure pro reds seize laotian base seek to thwart new violence at Georgia a Athens a. A up a Federal state and local officials joined saturday in moves to prevent new violence when two negroes return to the University of Georgia. The two students suspended after Rock throwing demonstrators were routed by tear Gas wednesday . Were ordered re admitted by a Federal judge monday. State patrol officers from other sections of Georgia were quartered in motels near the University Campus. City police and the county prosecutor issued warnings Vientiane Laos a up a of a major communist push against Law violators. Fri now that the press radio and pro communist forces have from strategic Xieng Phouang agents and a state legislative committee continued inquiries into the Campus disorder and the Clarke county grand jury will Start hearings monday into what prosecutor Marshall Pollock described As wednes television constitute a luxury captured to Vieng one of the or simply a series of isolated exclusively reversed for those laotian government to main Cias is who fight ?� Quot jumping off Points for a mount / a Oit is certain that we fight ing offensive against strategic paratroop capt. Kong be communism a he wrote. A oif it Plaine Des Jarres usually re and his pro communist Patchet Ever existed for us at this liable sources reported Satur lao allies have mounted an time of life the hour of fear Day. Offensive South they said it Day to mob action has ?� to Viengv to capture could Sig probably has a limited aim of Pollock said 5olh students he insisted that his struggle Nal a pro communist drive knocking off balance the major and who violate against communism in Cuba South across the narrow Waist attack for which Premier the jaw Bijj prosecuted has no foreign support and is of Laos to Pasane cutting Prince Boun Oumi to regime has a not in the spirit of counter this Jungle kingdom in half been preparing. Earlier reports said rebels r him a cuppa Etc swept South from Xieng Khou China supports Ang province which they con a Indochina to peace plan revolutionaries or ?� two fronts a owe fight because we know that today there exist in the tool and seized two villages. World Only two fronts face to responsible Western Mili face a the letter said. A one is tary experts said it is in supports composed of those who Are possible to determine just now p o s a i turn to Page 2, col. I Tokyo a up a communist China announced saturday it the cambodian pro for re opening the Kennedy picks educator As Secretary of the army Palm Beach Fla. A up a who lost election contests last Elvis j. Stahr jr., president of year for $20,000-a-year posts West Virginia University was in his administration named Sec. Of the army saturday. The designation by John f. Kennedy com Rin Ahtl Hirn Nln Xin port import Bank and Herschel to ration to defense department Loveless of Iowa a member of s detente department. Federal renegotiation Board. Robert j. Burkhardt jr., 44, of Titusville n.j., was named general the announcement came As Kennedy lunched with vice Lyndon b. Johnson i whether the attack is the Start Geneva conference on Indochina to Settle the Laos problem piping radio said. The chinese language broadcast heard Here said Premier Chou in Lai sent a Cable to Prince Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia saying communist China agrees to the cambodian offer for the settlement of crisis in Laos. The soviet news Agency Tass reported last week that soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev regards favourably the cambodian proposal. The . State department also has said it was giving a Earnest consideration to the proposal. Postal position George Docking of Kansas was named director of the sex the University announced a get Tough policy designed to prevent further disorders. School officials disclosed 18 male students had left the University since the trouble began. Officials said to were suspended in connection with demonstrations three refused to attend school with negroes and five others simply said they wanted to drop out until the crisis was Over. Joseph a. Williams Dean of students warned that a students attending and taking part in riots and Demontra sorry kids gov. Gaylord Nelson in Racine for the danish brotherhood banquet took time out to speak to the Myca rotary boys chorus saturday. Nelson under fire for snubbing the group at his inauguration told chorus members Randy Petersen left and Wayne Stone that the adjutant general forgot to get the boys in the reception line so he could Greet them that Day. Listening is John Mollerskov new president of danish brotherhood. See Story on Page 6. Jet bomber Breaks 2-Day-old records Edwards air Force base Calif. A up a an air tons will be suspended and sex _ ,. Pulled a Force b58 bomber streaking and he said members of Fra Over in California and Ari eternities and sororities would Zona deserts saturday broke jeopardize their chapter Char three of the six world Speed ters by participating in Demon records set Only two Days ago stations. He said local advisers by another b58. And National Headquarters Are the air Force said the four being asked to work with Stu Jet Delta Wing bomber aver dents to enforce Law and aged 1,284.73 . In sat order. Lord Aye to run surpassing the fait to endorse claim of Congo intervention United nations n y. A tip a the soviet Union and three asian african nations failed saturday to gain Security Council censure of Belgium for alleged intervention in the Congo. Valerian a. Zorin soviet Deputy foreign minister immediately told the Council he considered the Issue should be i brought before the 99-nation general Assembly. But he did not say whether he would request such action before the Assembly resumes its regular session in March. Only the soviet Union Liberia Ceylon and the United Arab Republic voted for a Resolution that would have found Belgium guilty of violating its trusteeship Over Ruanda Burundi. The Resolution submitted by the three asian african nations sought such action on the grounds that Belgium permitted Congo troops of col. Joseph Mobutu to use the territory As a base for a raid Jan. I on troops in Kiva province who support deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba. Others abstain All other members of the la a a. Nation Council abstained a the and three wounded critically d r is if nah in United states Britain Franceys to nationalist China Chile ecu police called it an Infra gang Dor and Turkey. Seven affirm fight. Tive votes were required. Gene Krome 21, and John . Dag Hammarskjold Charles Crivello 22, both of spoke briefly just before the san Francisco were killed. Vote. He had been accused by James Edward Parsons 21 the soviet Union of racial Bias James Joseph Marcella 21, and in carrying out . Opera Leo Fournier 44, All of san tons in the Congo and with average Speed on thursday to Francisco were wounded. Helping the belgians take a flight by nearly too . I police said the survivors against the Lumumba the Speed run was made be told them they had picked up forces. T tween this Southern California Krome and that he went Ber Hammarskjold declared that base and a Point East of Yuma Serk pulling a 9-shot .32 cab charges were raised by the in Southern Arizona. I he re her revolver and started shoot soviet Union for the purpose suits will be submitted to the eng i of trying to sow distrust be federation aeronaut que inter-1 police a Biff Tremaine tween Congo officials and . Nationals in pans for certify Tea-1 said45 Ca Bers us was re. . A journal times photo gun Duel in car kills 2 3 Hurt Pacifica Calif. A up a a gun Battle inside a moving Auto ended with two men dead Tion. The air Force said the maximum Speed attained who a egg gym. Apartment information on the. Mysterious firing of a missile Burkhardt a native of Chi or space vehicle Friday by the Cash an f an Engineer by pro soviet Union session is a for Kier executive Dair Secretary t0 gov. Robert b. J o h n s o n came to Palm Meyner and has been director Beach after an Carty morning new be democratic briefing at the satellite and Cemira co Mittee he missile station at Cape Cana was executive director f a veral Fla. Pierre Salinger. Ken National v0 ers registration Nedys press Secretary a d Commilee set b Kenned Johnson was brought top a a supporters to get unregistered Date on information available edified t0 vote on the still unexplained object a was informed b spotted by radar heading for Telephone saturday of press. The Pacific. None. Dent Eisenhower to order barring formation can be made Public americans from holding go Salinger said. Abroad another step to Stem Kennedy also designated two drawn reserves former democratic governors. Told by Dillon Salinger said Douglas Dillon Secretary of the Treasury designate told Kennedy of the move. He said the outgoing administration informed Billon in Advance of the order but did not consult Kennedy or his advisers about it. Joining Kennedy and John son at lunch were two vacationing democratic members of Congress reps. Frank w. Boykin of Alabama and l. Mendel Rivers of South Carolina. The selection of Stahr to be civilian head of the army ended one of the More difficult personnel problems of the new administration. Stahr a registered Democrat served on the task Force which made recommendations to Ken who flew Back from Africa to attend the Council sessions said that documents he had placed before the Council proved the a .45 Caliper slug was removed from Kromes to head. A owe have reason to believe during the gun Battle was the result saturday to flight was 1.430 0f a failing out Over some .�?"nearly twice the Speed thing a said Tremaine. F. Q. T aim inn5 of sound. I he said several shells from fatty. ,?. In the records claimed Satur a .45 were found on the High Day Are for flights made Over Way near the Auto but no .45 a 1,000-Kilometer co Tirse with Caliper gun was found. Payloads of 2,000 kilograms a about 4,400 pounds1,000 Kil .�?�-j-.-1 part Itz Nis Grams and no payload. Since Ocop Cutie rats the plane carried 2.000 kilo do Grams it automatically Stab % tops do i up ass listed records for lesser pay 1 Stockholm Sweden a loads and no payloads. The b58 that made the thursday run averaged 1,200.-194 . Karl Marx maxims on the elemental of communism Are being juggled by Nikita Khrushchev who is encouraging higher pay for More productive workers. Story on Page 14. Ullin in Mil i Fox leads hounds into electrocution trap Kearney England a up a a wily Fox led a pack of British Fox hounds into a death trap at the height of a Hunt through the Kentish Countryside saturday. The Fox led the baying it up a if you tre getting Bald it May be because you have a swelled head resulting from the fact that your brain and Skull failed to Stop growing after you grew up. This is a theory advanced by or. Olof Smith a Stockholm surgeon who said he can treat the condition by an operation reminiscent of the american indians to scalping technique. The idea roughly is to loosen the skin on the Skull and let the hair through. In 30 operations of this kind to Date or. Smith said 25 patients reported their hair stopped falling out and five said their hair grew thicker. In this Section map wire photo map wire photo Elvis Stahr or. Turn to Page 2, col. 6 sorrowful sojourner a Dennis Keene 11-months, looked glum when he arrived in new York aboard the liner Bremen from Europe. But Happy Days Are coming up. With his Mother he Tell join his Soldier father in Georgia. Hounds to an electrified rail world . And state news Way line. Within seconds the pages2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 line was strewn with the Bod ies of 19 electrocuted dogs. Local news. Page several others bolted in terror editorial. Page 18 through a nearby Tunnel. The Fox escaped. American heritage Page 20 and he did not intend to reply in detail. A massive subversion to the appealed to the Council to let the 11-nation asian african conciliation Mission in the Congo go ahead with its attempts to reconcile political rivalries and to establish conditions that would permit stabilization of the country. Mario Cardozo representative of Congo president Joseph Kas Mvubu. Told the Council that its main task was to halt a massive subversion in the Congo and prevent it from becoming another Korea?� he accused the soviet Union and certain other african coun tum to Page 2, col. I Racine area weather mostly Cloudy and mild today. Partly Cloudy tonight and monday. Warmer monday. High today mid 30s. Low tonight around 20. Easterly winds 5-10. Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy Southeast partly Cloudy and warmer Northwest. Partly Cloudy and not so cold Northwest portions tonight. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer. High today 28-36. Low tonight in 20s Northwest 10-20 Southeast. R

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