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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 29, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Mitten the Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 6.Racine, wis., sunday May 29, 1960 66 pages 5 ?"20 cent Gromyko charges u. S. Plots War on Russia United nations n y. A up a soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko saturday called the United states an enemy of peace and said it was planning an aggressive War against Russia. He said president Eisenhower to administration could not be trusted in International negotiations. U. S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge declared Gromyko to charges were part of a worldwide propaganda Campaign and that the United states far from planning aggression a was simply trying to guard against Surprise attack by the Kremlin. The two diplomats exchanged final blasts at news conferences in the Wake of the week Long Security Council debate Over the u2 spy plane incident. Gromyko appeared virtually to slam the door against any top level negotiations with the United states while Eisenhower remains in office. But Lodge said he did not believe politics entered into the picture and that no matter who occupies the White House the soviet Union would run up against Basic . Foreign policy. Gromyko lashed out at both Eisenhower personally and . Allies. He warned that blows would be struck at any country participating in or supplying bases for intelligence flights Over soviet territory. A othe soviet Union and its armed forces have one reply for those who like to reach into our House for such ?� he said. A othe reply is simple Cut off such ?� Fie gave pointed warning to Japan that use of its territory for spy flights Over red China might invoke the Mutual defense treaty Between Moscow and piping. Gromyko said the soviet Union would seek condemnation of the United states in the . General Assembly but declined to say whether it would be in a special session or the regular fall meeting. Asked of the soviet Union would enter into top level talks with the United states while Eisenhower is in office Gromyko replied a owe assert that a government which engaged in a policy of breach of Faith turn to Page 2, col. 2 Racine Parade to follow new route monday the nation s War dead will he honoured in Racine to annual memorial Day Parade and ceremonies monday. The Parade will have a new route this year starting at to am. From Washington and Lathrop aves. March Down Lathrop units in the Parade which is sponsored by the Racine vet Erans Council will move North in Lathrop from Washington to Graceland blvd., then East on Graceland to the cemetery Entrance at Osborne blvd. The ceremony at the evade Witz memorial in the cemetery will Start after the conclusion of the Parade. G. F. Fritz Heinisch form to assistant postmaster will a speak on a memorial Day a 1960.�?� Heinisch is a former past commander of american legion Post no. 76. Winner of p National legion citation for work against communism a past state commander of the All american drum corps and band Assn., and has held every office in the a boys of 76�?�j drum and bungle corps Assn. Others on the program Are the All City elks youth band the Rev. Harold r. Baker pastor of Immanuel episcopal Church Everett Williamson who will present two songs the pm w firing squad the coast guard and american be Pion members. The cemetery program will he rebroadcast at 1 15 pm monday Over radio station Var in. 6 drum corps units in the first division of the Parade Are police escort i youth Rand massed col cts organizational colors and dignitaries. The second division will in elude Myca Kiltie drum and Bugle corps Spanish american War veterans. Disabled amm i can veterans. Gold Star Moth Tum to Page 6, col. 6 blast rips tenement at least i is killed Louisville by. A up a an explosion wrecked a two Story tenement in a Low rent District saturday and at least one occupant was killed. There was a Strong odor of Gas from the debris and fire men believed a Gas leak could have caused the blast. The body of Robert c. Johnson 55, was taken from the wreckage. Racine men die in mashup map wire photo Adenauer relaxes West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer 85, played a game of Bocci at Lake Como in Italy where he is vacationing. His daughter. Mrs. Lisbeth Wehrahn his partner in the game watched. Form Cabinet to revamp Turkey s political system dead at 62�?"gilbert h. Gillie Jackson Vic president of Modine manufacturing co. And a former president of the National boxing association died saturday in St. Luke to Hospital. St Story in sports Section Ankara Turkey a a a new Cabinet of military men and civilian specialists was formed saturday to re Organ i a Turkey to political life after to years of authoritarian Rule by Adnan Menderes. By. Gen. Terrial Gursel the Tough old Soldier who led the virtually by o o d i e s s military coup that ended Menderes to reign As Premier in a matter of hours announced the new Cabinet and headed it As president and Premier. He also is defense minister. Thousands in this capital poured into the streets to cheer the armed forces As National heroes hoisting soldiers sailors and airmen to their shoulders in tribute. No dictatorial plans Gursel who assured the nation he had no intention of becoming a dictator held a news conference in Menderes told office lie said the military a committee of National Unity a of soviets deny bugging Seal London a of a a radio Moscow broadcast saturday denied that soviet spies had concealed a microphone inside the great Seal which Hung in the , i in Bassy in Moscow j it said statements of former . Ambassadors to the soviet Union had exposed the a Complete groundless Ness of the charge by i s. Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge in the . Security Council. The broadcast said the highly Complex Structure of the electronic microphone mentioned by Lodge indicated it was of recent construction. It suggested that it was perhaps built a oat Hie initiative of the same people who sent . Flier j Francis Powers into the soviet ?� a now running the country Hopes to present a new Constitution by july. It is being drafted by a committee of intellectuals. The new Constitution Gursel added will replace Turkey to grand National Assembly w Ith a parliament of two houses. There will also be a cons Titu on the inside. Racine woman among 14 injured As Milwaukee Clipper strikes breakwater Page h. New earthquakes far already devastated Chile Page 2. Tonal court he said and a clause to prevent exploitation of religion for political ends. He gave no additional details. He also announced Turkey will abide by the agreements worked out with Greece and Britain to create an Independent Republic of Cyprus. Menderes Fate As for Menderes Gursel said there is no cause for worry about his Fate As Long As no one tries to stage a new revolt. Terming Menderes and former president Celal Bayar a honorable a Gursel said a owe remain bound by our Promise to the nation to protect their Security and their ?� . Holiday toll climbing faster than expected two men were killed and another was injured critically saturday when their Auto smashed into a Utility pole on the Stuart Road one half mile North of Highway 20. Two other memorial Day weekend accidents left three others Racine persons critically injured. Killed were Theodore g. Jensen 32, of route i Box 450. Sturtevant and Tony Tyllo 47, of iou Green Bay re. Listed in critical condition in St. Mary s Hospital is Henry Borkhus 46, of 1108 Roosevelt ave. 21 traffic deaths the fatalities brought the year to Highway death toll in Racine City and county to 21 compared to 4 at this time last year. Meanwhile the death toll on the nation to highways climbed steadily As millions of pleasure seekers took to the Road for tile year to first summertime Holiday. The Early toll mounted at a rate sharply higher than during the 1958 memorial Holiday when a record 371 deaths were counted. Traffic deaths were running More than 25 per cent higher than the 1958 rate. At Midnight traffic deaths totalled to boating deaths 7 drownings to and miscellaneous 20. For a total of 147. The National safety Council estimated before the Start of the present Holiday that 375 lives May be lost up to mid turn to Page 6, col. 4 this is the Auto in which two men were killed and another injured critically late saturday afternoon in a Highway crash three Miles North of Racine. Sheriff to deputies said the car went out of control while passing another Auto. The car crashed into a Utility pole snapping it in four pieces and then became wedged i tween two Trees. A journal Tsirk a Pototo believe Rhee headed for . Seoul. South Korea a Upit former president syn Man. Rhee 85, and his wife slipped blame juvenile crime a or seas on anti social Ganas they left aboard a chartered civil air transport plane. Washington Ltd sen Lem is the least understood and Rhee to first Stopover is ate investigators said saturday the least serviced by six la i Honolulu the a it Ting i Dent s office Sud but claimed that anti social gangs Are Large agencies. Had of know Edge a of he by responsible for what they and he said that the tougher Rhee to ultimate destination. Called the skyrocketing Juve a he gang the less attention it who Resil net april Nile crime rate. From social agencies. 26 in the Wake of a series of a statistically the a loner to is the subcommittee listed four anti government Demontra not the culprit a said chairman Type of pangs. Lions and violence in who h Thomas c. Hennings or. D a Candy store group Hinnd it is it is to of the Senate juvenile de 0n, o to Hosp. The a he Lin Quency subcommittee. Store was described As he said the subcommittee rot he a Organ de and a a i s counsel Thomas has been told by experts in a spiff m causing trouble. More a a Quot Jid tor cities throughout the court Pote Tjai or Troube was found vlsa5 ,0 Rhee and has austrian try the highest incidence of a wha a can Cpd the rub. saturday. Crime among juveniles is attrib c Organ t0 com u ble to gangs and gang ppm a with other group m Al. Letic or other activities. Were been May entry members. A least understood Quot j a cd that a among juveniles a he said what it termed the a conflict a narcotic use is largely a gang gang is responsible statist i phenomenon. The same is re Cally. For most Dolin Quenet ported in varying use percent members carry weapons and Ages for Auto thefts purse ire prepared for trouble. San things rapes and Joy rid _ described As the worst Type of All was the Quot crime gang it Clear from the testimony of rhe committee said these hundreds of witnesses that the Arp thoroughly delinquent fighting Street gang facet of Quot of and commit much of the juvenile delinquency pro Hwan on Quot i and Murd Ltd Ait said crime gangs Are Seldom reached by social agencies because a Othey Don t want ?� Hennings also said a Oit b in this Section world . And state news pages2, 4, 7, 8, or n rep not time out for a Catnap tired of romping Juke Rooney Superior wu4 and her cat Tiger grab bad a Quick 40 Wink. Local new american heritage editorial. To Page 6 Page 20 Page 18 no paper monday the journal Imes will not publish on monday memorial Day. Racine area weather considerable fog this morning. Partial Clearing this afternoon with Little change in temperature. Monday Cloudy with showers Likely. The High today in the 60s and the Low tonight in the 50s. Southeasterly winds 8 to 15. Elsewhere in the state partial Clearing today with scattered showers and thundershowers Likely in the extreme West portions this afternoon and tonight. Monday Cloudy with scattered showers Likely. Not much change in temperature the High today in the 70s except lower the Lake

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