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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 23, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times Istivan vol. 32, no. 29.Racine, wis., sunday july 23, 1961 66 ?"5 ?"20 cents Hurricane Anna continues on path Miami a. A i Pic Hurri Cane Anna continued on a West northwestward path across the Caribbean sea saturday and a Hurricane watch was indicated for Swan Island. An advisory issued by the Miami weather Bureau saturday night said the Hurricane was about 150 Miles due East Northeast of Cape Gracias Nicaragua moving West northwestward at about 18 Miles an ask county for 45% boost in Relief funds a Resolution asking that the county to 1961 appropriation for Relief payments be boosted by nearly 45 per cent to a total of $520,000, will be introduced to the county Board tuesday. The additional appropriation of $160,000 would be spread on hour. The county to 1962 taxes according to the Resolution. V. V. Beers Rochester chairman of the Board s welfare social service committee said continued unemployment and higher medical aids require the additional appropriation for the county social service department w hich operates the Relief program. It will be the second time this month that the committee has requested additional funds. At the july la county Board meeting the committee introduced a Resolution asking for an additional $148,000 for the welfare Miami. A. A Pic the want to leave their Homeland department. Cuban government saturday but Are unable to do so for Lack at the end of june the social ordered limitation on round of transportation. Flights Between Havana two per Day $251,670 of the $360,000 which j was budgeted for Relief for the a Miami to two a Day. Pan american has been run year. The order threw a Monkey Ning one round trip daily. Oft notes drop wrench into the state depart in a second round trip is Beer noted that in the last Menf program to 20.000 p ate org of month Relief cases have cuban refugees to this country dropped by to but the Tota m three weeks. From now on pan american still remains above 300. Horn now on pan american he said that normally the the Havana order came said. There will be two round county could expect about 200 through to pan american trips per Day. The first will be cases at this time of the year world airways As its second the line to regular flight and the a usual drop in Relief cases plane chartered by the state second will be chartered by the during the summer when sex department was flying to state department tra outdoor jobs become Avail Havana. There was no explanation Able Hasnett developed this year capacity of too Here for the Havana order Lim Beers said. The empty plane with a Ca Ding flights to two a Day. The Resolution also asks for parity of More than too Pas an additional $5,000 for the sur sengers was told by radio to plus commodities program and return to Miami without land ministered by the social serv eng at Rancho boleros Airport ice department. The county in Havana. Has spent $6,600 of the $9,000 the Staie department had originally budgeted for the pro announced Only Friday it 8ram would finance to trips daily of Washington a up France Tunisia order cease fire in Bizerte Cuba to curtail flights refugee program is Hurt map wire photo this map shows be Goulet the Gullet strategically important canal from the sea to Lake Bizerte both Banks of which w Ere captured by French troops saturday. Troops observe Resolution voted by . Council Tunis up a France and proposals received the required Tunisia sent cease fire orders seven votes. To their weary soldiers in the reject Resolution Bizerte area saturday and a by a vote of 4-0, the Council silence broken Only by Occa rejected a Resolution by the signal gunfire settled Over the United Arab Republic and i embattled City. Beria Cal ins for immediate new to to. To tvs got nations aimed at the with react no to a . Drawl of Al French forces Security Council Call for a from Tunisia. Seven Dele a cease fire both governments tons abstained ordered their troops to halt of then by a vote of 6-0, the pensive operations and hold to delegates also turned Down a sit ions taken in bloody fight proposal by Britain and the ing that broke out last wednes United states which simply Day called for a negotiated Settle with communications disrupted and some units isolated the cease fire orders were slow see Juk boosting . Divisions in filtering Down and a few bursts of gunfire punctuated the pre Dawm darkness Over Bizerte. No indication Washington is strongly concerned Over the French tunisian conflict for two reasons. See the analysis by a writer John Hightower on Page 8. Eight neither Side gave any Indi i Iii Iii a a cation it would comply with a ment of differences without any Security Council request that mention of French withdrawal overseas of 42 relay towers stretching adj troops be withdrawn to to 3 5 five countries abstained. A facials said would enable the visions rhe requested appropriations cubans desiring to. Leave the s o in e government officials United states to put some and five of them in Europe. Across 1,300 Miles of welder so tons held before the French the action followed the which a foal be spread Tam a de 9str� a Dsa urday it Here to by cd Dit ional forces in Europe some there is uncertainty Here on Ness to White horse. The alas broke out of a tunisian Block Council s approval at its mom in the. I w l i i to in the in Ted states under the reason to believe president what changes Kennedy May Kan Junction is made from it. Ade around their huge Bizerte ing session of a Stop Gap Reso on the 1962 tax Rolls Are $130,�?� pan this country would have Kennedy wants to add some time in the future hut plans want made in the country to Dove vt., across the Border military base and fought into lotion which simply called for too for the Aid to dependent Een a a to bang in j 250 army and Marine divisions to done to Call for this to be done military posture because of the where it connects with the the City three Miles away. A cease fire without dealing a onto 1?e cubans daily the permanent ground immediately. Revived soviet threat at Ber p r e s e n t alaskan Telephone in Quick succession in new with subsequent Steps. This si8, to me ennui in s o Jara be state department said forces. There Are now 14 regular in. Clarification is expected system. Account. There Are Many cubans who this augmentation the of army and three Marine i when Kennedy makes a a senators disagree Tion wide radio and television strike effects the Board appropriated for 1961 $655,000 for add and $70,000 for the Board account. The latter account is used by the juvenile court to pay room and Board for dependent and neglected children committed to private and religious institutions. Welfare director Edwin Affolter said the increased needs were due to population growth and economic setbacks. A High rate of unemployment plus after effects of last year to strike at the j. I. Case co. Are contributing factors he said. About two thirds of the add payments will be reimbursed by state and Federal funds. The county Board tuesday night will also study the social service department to annual turn to Page 6, col. I Milwaukee girl hit by car Dies 1 by the associated press i a Little girl was injured fatally saturday when struck by a car after she alighted from a bus on Milwaukee to Northwest Side. Her death raised Wisconsin to 1961 Highway traffic toll to 450, compared w Ith 425 on this Date a year ago. Michalene Lewandowski 9-year-old daughter of or. And mrs. Stanley Lewandowski died a half hour after she was struck by a car. Michalene to companion 6-year-old Sharon Garr also was struck by the car. Her condition was reported satisfactory. In Quick succession in new with subsequent Steps. York the 11-nation Security was approved 10-0 with France Council killed to o rival resold not participating. Fences. Sen. John Sparkman d-ala., vet0 was involved in the turn to Page 2, col. 3 Bull run re fought no mix this time map wire photo astronaut Virgil Grissom was reunited at Patrick air Force base Fla., saturday with his wife Betty and their sons Mark 7, left and Scott la. Meanwhile two senators tons calling for direct Degoti speech on the situation tues were in disagreement on what actions Between France and Day. He is expected to Send sex Kennedy is Likely to do about Tunisia to Settle their differ tra defense requests to con the Berlin crisis Gress wednesday. President cruises in Hyannis port mass., Kennedy worked on his speech on the Berlin situation and other problems but found time for a cruise with his family in another work and play weekend at his Cape cod summer Home. He spent the morning shaping up the text of the Berlin speech. The president made several Telephone Calls to aides in the White House and to others in Washington As he worked on the text. By noon he took some time off and boarded his father to 52-foot motor Cruiser Marlin for a couple of hours cruising on Nantucket sound. Historic phone Call mrs. Kennedy and the Kennedy children went along with the president. On his return a history making Telephone Call awaited the president a a talk with Canadian prime minister John Diefenbaker who was at the other end of the line in far off White horse in the Canadian Yukon territory. Their talk marked the official opening of a new microwave communications system linking one of the new est american states Alaska with the other Mainland 48. The new North South system Hooks into Telephone circuits in Sweet grass Mont. At one end and thence Over a series expresses regret . Delegate Charles w. Yost expressed regret that the Council had not been Able to go beyond the simple cease fire Manassas Battlefield a. A it a it it a a great throng braved 101-degree heat saturday to see a gripping realistic re enactment of the first Battle of Manassas or Bull run fought on the rolling Virginia Hills a Century ago. The crowd officially estimated at 50,000 to 70,000, saw a show with most of the kinks revealed by Friday to dress rehearsal ironed out. Friday Stonewall Jackson did not get into the act because of a communications mix up and Barnard e. Bee another Confederate general died ahead of schedule. But saturday there were no such flaws. A Overy realistic to maj. Gen. James c. Fry chief stage director was a bit critical of Friday to performance by the blues and Grays of the North South skirmish Assn. But saturday night he grinned and remarked that the troops had performed Well. A Overy realistic a he said decisions since neither of the Resolution it he declared however that his proposal still was valid including its provision calling for withdrawal of All forces in Tunisia to the positions they occupied before the fighting began. The soviet Union was one of the four voting for the Resolution along with its two sponsors and Ceylon. The six voting for the .-Brtt-ish proposal were Chile China Ecuador Turkey and the sponsors. Thus the French held their Hatch blew off accidentally a Grissom Cape canaveral Fla. A a astronaut Virgil i. Grissom the nation to no. 2 rocket rider said saturday his space ship Sank Friday when a Hatch blew off accidentally. The capsule Sank beyond recovery in 16,800 feet of Atlan attic Ocean after the emergency fired As soon As a Rescue Heli a Side exit Hatch secured with copter had latched onto his 70 explosive bolts fired a space ship. Patently As the result of an unexplained malfunction. Grissom said he had set the a pow i was lying on my Back minding my own business a he Hatch which operates like the said a when a pow it the next canopy on a Jet plane to bet thing i knew i could see the Blue sky and water coming Over the ?� the 35-year-old air Force Captain Cool and fit looking Rode a rocket 303 Miles Southeast of Here Friday reaching an Altitude of 118 Miles and a Speed of 5280 Miles an hour. Grissom become the second american to reach the fringes of space. His predecessor along the same general flight path was Navy cmdr. Alan b. Shepard or. Grissom told of his experiences saturday at a news con adding he would like to see every participant Given a special medal. Casualties off the Battlefield were higher than those on it. A Spectator collapsed and was taken by helicopter to the Navy Hospital at Quantico a. More than a Hundred persons treated for heat exhaust Tion and the civilian toll was swelled by seven Bee stings eight stomach upsets and one dog bite. Sword Cut on the Field one Confederate was reported Cut by a sword but not seriously. Officers said there were no serious casualties though most of the battlers appeared wilted As they marched Back to bivouac in their win ter weight civil War uniforms. The Crow d was somewhat smaller than the 80,000 some had predicted. The official estimate of 50,000 came from the . Park police while the state police insisted it was 60,000 or 70,000. About 20,000 were paying customers prices ranged up to $4 for the grandstand while the rest stood around on the Plain in front of the famous Henry House Hill or on nearby slopes. Turn to Page 2, col. 4 report Castro plans Hemingway Monument Miami Fla. A Pic cuban prime minister Fidel Castro is going to erect a Monument to Ernest Hemingway the novelist to widow said today. Mrs. Mary Hemingway made the disclosure on her Way to Cuba from Ketchum Idaho Hemingway lived Many years in Cuba. In this Section Ference shortly after his return to this missile Center from grand Bahama Island where he had been flown from world . And state news the prime recovery ship for a pages 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, la medical examination. Loca new. P 6 the 155-Pound astronaut turn to Page 2, col i editorial Page 16, Racine area weather partly Cloudy with scattered showers or thundershowers today. Fair and cooler tonight. Monday mostly sunny. High today near 80, Low near 60. Light southerly winds Early today becoming West to Southwest 10-15 this afternoon. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy with scattered showers or thundershowers today. Fair and cooler tonight. Monday mostly sunny. High today 75-83. Low tonight 50s Northwest 55-62 Southeast

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