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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 12, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin
Incan the Racine journal times vol. 32, no. , wis., sunday March 12, 1961 78 ?"5 ?"20 cent Congo political leaders of 8-province confederation tananarive malagasy Republic a it a congolese political leaders saturday blocked out eight Congo states for a Loose confederation organized roughly along tribal lines in Hopes of re storing stability to their chaotic african nation. Delegates to the round table conference of congolese leaders Here reported this As their main discussions ended. A Brief session is scheduled this morning to work out details and sign agreements but a spokesman said the delegates had reached a Complete accords on All major Points of the Agenda. In an Effort to squeeze out Antoine Given a Moscow backed Leader in Stanleyville who refused to attend the meeting a new Leader was chosen for i Zenga s Oriental province. He is sylvere Bond Ekwe a political unknown who apparently will head an exile regime until the rebel regime collapses or Given Gay to men can be forced out of Stanleyville the capital of Oriental. The rebel regime which controls the North Eastern Congo is composed of political heirs of Patrice Lumumba the slain congolese Leader. Delegates said that if Given Gay to regime opposes the new arrangement it would be labelled a Oan out Law ?� Given Gay to whereabouts a he has been variously reported in Cairo Stanleyville and Leopold Ville a seemed of secondary importance Here. The idea of eight provinces worked out capture pair hunted after gun Battles Cape Girardeau to. A were captured saturday. A big a two members of a Trio of posse pushed a Hunt for the Cross country supermarket Ord desperado said to be bandits sought in the killing one i a w enforcement officer armed with a role and three and the wounding of two others pistols. Two separate gun Battles de Cuba executes former yank map wire photo William Morgan be says Union seeks to wreck Faith in firm eloped in a wild Chase after police summoned by a suspicious supermarket operator Friday night tried to question two of the fugitives who sped away from the Market in a car. The pair killed auxiliary policeman Herbert Goss. 67, gravely wounded another Po-.trt1f a Zane a. A a lice and slightly wounded a new York up the Gens h e r i f f. Commandeered two Cral electric co. Accused offi cars and beat up a Farmer Dur vials of the International Union ing their flight. Exp a Appeal is turned Down by Castro court of electrical workers saturday of waging a a massive and thoroughly reckless Effort to de company. The company said James b Havana a Ltd it a a cuban care of his cuban wife and a widespread manhunt was firing squad saturday night sex tw0 children organized. About 250 officers pouted William a Morgan a informants said Quot he asked volunteers. _ using blood-., american g1 accused a a use his name Quot a stroy Public Confidence in the hounds joined in the search. The cuban revolution. I still extending Over several South conspiring against the re believe in it a he was quoted East Missouri counties. At Dayve it Honary Castro regime that As saying. And plane a nce haded him As a her0 government controlled news prison authorities at la Ca papers a j been reporting the a a a a., Light a helicopter Carey president of the inter joined the Hunt National Union began a of Cam captured three hours and Bana military fortress said verdict All Day despite Asser pain of vilification immediate Miles apart w e r e Sammy a. Morgan was executed about tons by military authorities by after the collapse of his of Tucker 26. Of Fresno Calif., two Bours after a Superior the report was premature Tober ?� who was wounded in one of court rejected an Appeal to two Day trial now. It said he Quot has stepped the so on fights and Calvin spare Bis de. Has a of a of of a military court handed up his attacks by seizing on the Johnson 22. Jesus Carreras was executed d he verdict at la Cabana recent anti Trust cases and still at Yarpe was Douglas mediately afterwards. My Iury fortress afer a two. Using them As a springboard want a the Thompson 27. Of a a military court earlier sen Day to Raj for the 31-year-old for a whole new series 0f Fersfield Calif. Tucker told of fenced Morgan to death on former . Paratrooper from ?� juicers Thompson took All of charges of conspiring against Toledo Ohio who gave up his be was one of 29 electrical their weapons a a Rifle and the Castro regime which he y s citizenship by fighting for manufacturing companies re three pistols and struck out helped bring to Power. Fidel Castro gently convicted of conspiring on is own Early saturday Carreras relatives said they Morgan to Mother mrs. Elira Tucker wounded in the left had seen the condemned men Morgan of Toledo appealed to Arm and both legs and his face escorted from their death Row the cuban government late. ,. Cut by flying Glass was car cells by armed guards. I it held that there is also ried in a chair to a hastily called under revolutionary i a w turn t0 Page 2�?t co1, 4 lately no connection Between coroners inquest. Warrants Morgan had to be executed by were issued charging Tucker a firing squad within 24 hours i and Thompson with first de after Bis Appeal was turned Nril top i he or i Gree murder and felonious As Dovon Iii Iii in we Cating such a connection is Sajt to Rig prices on some heavy equipment. The anti Trust cases and collective bargaining Between general electric and the due. Fabri merely a transparent device to reinforce continuous efforts to Blacken the reputation of the ?� the company outlined its position in a letter from Philip d. Moore manager of its employee relations service to John in Callahan of Schenectady turn to Page 2, col. I Minim Spring song. Sing a song of fashions. Spring is on its Way. Lots and lots of new styles. Are pictured Here today. See the women to Section. Read it through and through. Local shops Are ready. They the planned things just for you envoy to Danes Washington a it the Public is not permitted to witness executions. It took the five Man appeals court just 80 minutes to turn Down pleas from Morgan and Carreras a former cuban army president Kennedy saturday official sentenced to death on chose William Mccormick the same charge. Blair or. Of Chicago Law part Only cuban pres. Osvaldo Ner of Adlai e Stevenson to porticos could have intervened be ambassador to Den to save the lives of the two Marb men and Dorticos has never,.a a i taken such a step in the his Blair teamed up with Steven tory of the Castro revolution son a 1950 As executive Secre Ary regime Laryy to and Bas been associated it the executions brought to Quot Ith his Euvert is need u was 598 the unofficial number of Blar who handled Stevenson Rill persons who have faced firing about snowfalls squads since Fidel Castro came Don t Tell them John ii. Batten to Power on new year to Day of 1959. From his death Row cell in grim la Cabana military prison Morgan sent a message to his Mother asking her to take John Batten Racine industrialist receives citizen of year award Racine industrialist John ii. Been president of twin in 1928, 1929 and Batten saturday night received which was founded by his Fath 1930. The company purchased vow Post 1391�? award Aska Cine to a citizen of the ?� Batten president of twin disc clutch co., received the award in a ceremony at the Racine Home show at memorial Hall. The Post to a Oman of the year award for one of its members was also presented to Eusebio t. Lopez of 1918 Hayes. Ave. Or since 1948. La Rockford ii Plant in 1941 the company announced Inland has added to it in 1951 and 1955 that it would expand its 1952. Operation by building a second Plant in Racine. The Plant at 21st and Ohio sts., was completed with 100,000 Square feet the company now also has plants in Belgium England and Japan. The award made by a six plans in two presidential campaigns. On Many of Stevenson to journeys Blair went along As in 1958 on a round the world trip which included a Stop in Moscow. Blair also went with Stevenson on a Goodwill tour of South America in 1959. This just about completes the dismemberment of the Stevenson Law firm from which Kennedy has drawn several persons. Stevenson himself is the . Ambassador to the United nations. Blair is a 54-year-old Bachelor with a Law degree from the University of Virginia. He got that after serving in world War la with air Force intelligence mainly in the China new York a Pic anyone who Felt the urge to commiserate about the hardships of this Winter to snowfalls did Well to remain away from the Statler hotel saturday. Map wire photo the Rev. Robert Mcdole an Oklahoma City Catholic priest was hauled by police to a patrol Wagon during a Quot squat in demonstration by anti segregationists. Seize priest 13 others at integration squat in after what was obviously a Good Deal of political horse trading relates the six provinces marked out by the Congo to former belgian rulers. Leopold Ville once the turn to Page 2, col. I Kennedy to drive to Virginia today Washington a Ltd it a president Kennedy will drive today to his Hunt country Retreat at Middleburg and remain until monday morning. Mrs. Kennedy motored Friday night to Glen Ora the estate she and the president have leased. She took with her her sister Lee Radziwill and her brother in Law Prince stanislaus Radziwill. The president to 3-year-old daughter Caroline May go along with her father today. Justice dept. Aims order at segregationists Washington up a the Justice department announced saturday night it had filed a motion for an injunction and temporary order to restrain to Louisiana legislators from taking any action to interfere with the Orleans Parish county school Board. The motion was filed in new Orleans the department said. I atty. Gen. Robert f. Kennedy announced the action was filed because of a proposed move by a special committee of the Louisiana legislature to seize administrative records of Shelby Jackson Louisiana state superintendent of Public education. A three judge panel of the United states District court has Given Jackson until March 24 to release funds to the Orleans Parish school Board and take other action or risk being found in contempt of court in the school desegregation situation in new Orleans. A owe have taken this action in this Case to protect the integrity and orders of the court a Kennedy said. A owe will continue to take such action As is necessary in new Orleans and any other locality where there is danger that the orders of the Federal courts will be ?� a the Justice department said the motion names As respondents it. Gov. Clarence c. A Rock. And House speaker j. Homas Jewell who appointed the committee. The motion filed by m. Hepburn Many United states attorney for Eastern District of Louisiana asserted the department said that the committee intends to investigate the Public school system in new Orleans for the sole purpose of obstructing and interfering with the school desegregation orders of the courts. Lopez of Plant space in 1956. Last member committee of former year a 35,000 Square foot Addi winners noted Batten to work Tion was added. With the civil air patrol Mili founded in 1918 tary reserves and civic groups. The company was founded charter member that the weather this Winter was a Mere puff. Child to play. The group Calls itself the blizzard men and ladies of 1888 and meet this time every year to Swap yarns about the Rigours of that Winter when 20.4 inches of Snow fell in 62 hours and drifted into piles 20 feet High. In 1918. Three years after Batten to father the late Percy h. Batten moved the family to Racine from Chicago where Batten was born. A new Plant was built in a the 49-year-old Batten has Cine in 1926 and additions were Batten is a charter member of the Wisconsin Wing of the civil air patrol and was named the Wing to commander in 1950. He was appointed regional commander for a six state turn to Page 6, col 4 Oklahoma City a up a pastor of Corpus Christi Cath the too persons gathered Oklahoma City police hauled 14 Olla Church Here. And mrs1 t f a i j re a us i a Zic Lara Luper. Advisor to the of in a banquet room there Felt persons including a Athold Aroma cd y youth Cound f priest off to jail saturday Dut National Assn. For the and Jing a a squat in demonstration Vandement of coloured people. At a downtown cafeteria. I some 50 Whites and negroes Louisville polic e squatted and sat on the floor. Arrest 26 negroes blocking the Entrance to the Louisville Tkv. A Ltd it a Anna Maude cafeteria after new anti segregation Demon negroes in the group were re stations broke out in the Busi a fused admittance. The a squat Ness District saturday leading in demonstration followed a to the arrest of 26 negroes in series of saturday morning a crowd picketing four the-1 a Ostand inst at the cafeteria. Aters. When officers arrived to a police moved in when White rest adults in the group on patrons were unable to get to charges of disorderly conduct ticket windows. They also had Day and tonight it some Snow Taylor Texas a a the demonstrators ignored re to reroute traffic through the a major fire raged through quests to leave and officers area when the Young negroes. Johns Hospital in this South pulled and carried them to a after blocking sidewalks Central Texas City saturday waiting Paddy Wagon. Spilled Over into the streets but All patients were removed Only one had been released. The arrests were the first without injury. The fire broke amp Iran he Ritlop Pace in engine room and smoke poured City jail. Week after protesting against american heritage Page to throughout the Hospital those jailed included the segregated Heaters and eating Day night editorial Page i6through air conditioning . Robert Mcdole assistant facilities. 1 a the 20s, South. Burma and India theater. I Biair will succeed Val Peter fire sweeps Hospital son at the embassy in Copen Hagen. All patients removed Racine area weather increasing cloudiness today with some Snow Likely late afternoon or night. Monday mostly Cloudy and cold. Chance of Snow Early monday. Mig h today near 40, Low tonight 22-28. Easterly winds 10-18 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy North increasing cloudiness South to in this Section world . And state news pages 2, 4, 5, 8, 9, 12 local 6 Likely South portion late this afternoon or tonight. Monday mostly Cloudy and cold. Chance of Snow South on Bond saturday afternoon since february when 7 7 were East portj0n in the Forenoon out in the the others were held in the picked up three times in one. _. High today 34-40. Low Sun
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