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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 02, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 24.Racine, wis., sunday october 2, 1960 66 ?"5 ?"20 cents this report spread in Diplo Matic circles after . Secre tiry general Dag Hammar skjold briefed his 17-nation advisory committee on the Congo in the 2�?t 2 hour private session. Dispatches from Leopold Ville said earlier that Lumumba dismissed from the premiership by Kas Mvubu sept. 5, had been holding Back from the Confer once. Kas Mvubu and strongman col. Joseph Mobutu have been promoting the peace meeting the information Here was that the composition and Date of the proposed round table meeting had not yet been decided. Mobutu has set up a commission of College graduates to run the country while the political rivals try to Settle their difference. U n i t e nations officials working overtime to prevent the Congo to Panorama of disaster from enlarging reported relative Calm through out the new Republic. A considerable number of belgian teachers missionaries and technicians Are returning to the Congo after having been driven out by the congolese when Independence was pro-11 aimed. Katanga air Force plays role in clash Elizabethville Kat Imga a Pic Katanga to infant air Force flew in anger for the first time saturday during a Clah Between rebel Balubar tribesmen and the Katanga gendarmerie which left 20 reported dead. The clash occurred near Mit Waba. In Eastern Katanga following a predawn ambush of a Katanga army patrol. A Katanga spokesman said the Katanga air Force which consists of a handful of Light planes piloted by belgians was a a mobilized during the action he declined to say what part the air Force played but it v is unlikely the it bombed the rebels apparently Tho plane merely a Obuzz Odd the fight scene since they Are not fitted with Cannon. Khrushchev says u2 apology needed before hell meet Ike patrolman John Shelby of the police record Bureau photographed Jerome pall Send to damaged Auto Iii the 1300 Block of Washington ave. Shortly after the hit and run Accident report. A journal photos Union strikes at g. E. Plants United Nai ions . A the United states delivered a stinging denunciation of Premier Khrushchev to behaviour in tile . Assembly saturday. It assailed the soviet Leader for an uproarious free swinging speech hitting at the United states its Way of Lite and its Friendship with Franco to Spain. . Ambassador James Wadsworth called Khrushchev to performance a a spectacle a and said the soviet Leader to Quot intemperate outbursts cast grave doubt on the possibility of serious negotiation on disarmament or other major world issues. I lie effect t of the . Response was to Lessen chances of a new face to fac e meeting b e t w e in Khrushchev and morn of red China s record of president Eisenhower. A addiction to Power and Vio tells terms Fence a waved clenched fists and Khrushchev later his voice risk to 8 shout saturday strongly indicated Cas Frank a of Hangman to lie would not meet with l Isen the so Leader demanded Bower unless Eisenhower to be told Why red China apologizes for the u-2 night thou a be exc Udud from Mem furthermore. Khz Rush h e v be ship when he a a n had said the sos lets would not re Scace Generali Limo fran it 1w�?z� �??tt0�"� from Cisco Franco of Spain whom 1 r plane shot Khrushchev called a Quot hang Down july i m return for an Man apology on the Assembly president Freder i new York a at a the International Union of electro ending the weekend Cal workers struck the giant Kin ush Chev unloaded his a general electric co. At 12 01 if a blasts in a rambling off a in. Edt today despite last the cuff continuation of a pre minute pleas by Federal Media pared address As the general tors to postpone the work Stop Assembly shifted its attention from the neutralise so to Campaign there was Little immedi de for a new a Isnhower Thrush Eisenhower u-2 _ Lek Boland of Ireland gave led thru he Rcv took this stiff him to order reminding him of stand in a Brief meeting with newsmen at the soviets Long Lorn to Page 2 col. I Island estate where he is of wire photo Khrushchev gestured angrily during his talk. Page. Chev meeting i thirteen minutes after the Accident was reported a Par Loman found the Auto being sought and licensed to tire Racine county sheriff s department parked in front of sheriff Thomas Crowe s Home. Link sheriffs Auto to hit run car mishap not report for duty until Mon Day morning. Or. Is pie not explosive 1 new York to ply a travel worn Apple pie addressed to soviet Premier Khrushchev created a bomb scare saturday before police experts determined it w As what ifs sender claimed it was. The pie was among items in a five Pound package that arrived at the soviet Leader s Park Avenue residence saturday morning shortly before he belgian Prince lid. Till City. Ind.,and to Unwe. For to Wavd arted Lur the unit no. Blames Lumumba u hit Pirn by Kalchin ton ind. Some planned to work United nations of their own. Gih i hustled off he. New York him a Crown 0 i 11 1x1111 vol lulls slip today banking furnaces. But in the next breath he said hmm a police bomb squad the sender Prince Albert of Belgium sat. Nan i i r a u the 1ue� which represents nobody would want that. A wire photo Virginia i m ear in of inlay blamed the Congo Mats 1ais er0v a f in ton ave my Kent on a to 70�?t000 be cml it a it to in plants of such a a Quot a should come ambassador Wadsworth rebutted the russians. Luling. Texas i insisted the a Oon one Man a Patrice Luce county sheriffs depart Mahion ase. And kept on go around the country called the to pass Khrushchev said _ a Zox contained what the Label Mumbai the ousted Premier ment and assigned to sheriff my strike after failure to reach a a that would be the burying Saul. A App a pie the Prince made the remark Thomas p. Crowe was Ridenti police were still i Vestiga new contract in six weeks of ground of the United nations it i Al Al if of i a a Iraq other contents to reporters at Idlewild Airport fied saturday mint As the one Ting the Accident at Midnight negotiations. The Assembly s extra situs my Vav a u Uli 11 i i � i Viiu in i Vui old addition to the rather before Al veg to san i Francisco which earlier struck a parked saturday but said a full report the strike was certain to Day session began with a state _ _ _ #. Mashed pie the Box also con a would be forwarded to City curtail a Large portion of get ment by Wadsworth opposing Mim not y onks famed atty. Thomas p. Corbett Mon production but there was no a bid for general debate on red � a a j i pm Vij a Metal Chain and locket in Day. They were questioning Way of assessing its Over All China s claim to membership i Havana _ in _ prime of the cuban Currancy Stabile scribed with the to command Crewe at his Home saturday effects at the outset. Khrushchev followed him Toa atm night Al Cut an hour after the both sides had made Over he stage and after Reading Minuter Fidel Castro gov a Tarn fund. Ment bearing a tag. To or. Mishap but no arrests were Tures toward continuing Nego his text launched into a free Ernne it has denounced new i. In a. A. Do a. Made. To nations without a walkout in swinging off the cuff snack Nanc Al restrictions that might saturday they Are study nth the ,ti., mediately but could not Agre on the United states and us affect the departure of amen measure to determine if once said stands for Fhena evidence of the sink Smi t in a most workers ordinarily would Quot 1al1 9,Ina s c m l not membership. Gave led to order the soviet Leader was Sharp at get big appliance Plant a a a veiled to order at one at Louisville ky., local Tai int set up its strike Headquarters Khrushchev blasted the in a tent. Company signs Post ?z,.d s au., As a Chunley at the Plant urged employees permitting Legal lynchings of to report for work. Negroes excitedly he Sug picket lines were set to go tested that barring red China up at plants in fort Wayne conceivably could Spur the iud., loll City bid., and Lin communist countries to form a ton. Ind. Some planned to work United nations of their own. Today banking Furnace. Jut in the next breath he said the 1ue, which represents nobody would want that. Russ begin 5-year program to abolish All income taxes London the emotion of income tax on according to police reports a Quot �?t7 Iii can resident from Cuba soviet government saturday workers and employees earning Jerome Parisen of 1134 fair on terms Federal mediators allies. Wadsworth then made an resident . Started its five year program up to 500 rubles $125 to abolish All income taxes month Moscow radio said the plan announced last announcing the program i week took effect with the sex Nance minister Vasily Garbu a nov sat j those earning from 501 to 600 rubles will pay on the average of 40 per cent less. Embassy officials said Khrushchev to to a card bearing in f if might be used to prevent the Lineal association for the and second appearance under the the latest measure prohibit departure of any american a Vandement of american pee airlines and travel now gulp is a collector too Way drive told them a Blue had worked feverishly toward a a a Ltd a a. � of tonal who desires to leave theople i a dozen Ted erasers a Stussi Srsa a. A a a � is Sass s turn to Page 2, col. 4 Snear agreement on a contract Wadsworth to detailed indict abroad without prior approval with the near rupture of p1 a j of 1 .-cuban relations departure aunt Ler Complete with launch procedures already have become an agonizing experience for americans. Chicago a Clifton Kendrick 15, of suburban Park Forest will have to make a new stat on his 9th Grade biology class project cent less tax. The second stage of the program will Start oct. I 1961 president Macmillan Fly to Washington for talks turn to Page 2, col. 7 Washington a pres general Assembly despite the when taxes on people earning Lenl Fasen Hower and British opposition of soviet Premie up to 606 rubles Wall be wiped prime min slur Harold Mac Nikita Khrushchev. The three out. Those earning from 601 a Llan few Here saturday for will be joined by u. S. Sec to 800 rubles will pay 40 pet strategy meeting they will of state Christian Herter Brit hold today. Ish foreign Sec. Lord Home a collecting insects. He younger brother 21-months old Timothy disposed of the collection that Uisok Clifton More than a month to round up. The boys to Mother came Quot the Complete abolition of the president returned from and ambassador Howard beak taxes levied on workers ant Denver where he and mrs Australia employees is to be carried out Eisenhower attended the fun one topic they were to Dis it Pite Castro to assurances Macguire air Force base fat e with soviet Premier to at y citizens with clean j., saturday for his flight to Khrushchev a of Hope he will consciences have nothing to Washington was forced to have an explanation that will turn to Page 2, col. 3 Nake a Quick change of cars satisfy the ?� Ven his Rolls Royce caught Stevenson said it is under ire in the Lincoln Tunnel. Dali hopeful f face to face talks Salt Lake City a Stanable that Neutral nations a a a want to promote peace negotiations Between the United states and soviet Russia. By oct. I 1965, it Garbuzov neral of mrs. Elivera Doud the cuss was the swelling pressure Dhu \ Stevenson said Satur a. In the nuclear age. I ext i Arivs Mil her from neutralise nations for a i. Said. He stated tile tax cuts Wen made possible a Oby the great upon Timothy As he was successes in the development Wisconsin leads the a i Tion in paper making. How paper is made and How important paper making is to first lady s Mother. From neutralise nations for Are president Eisenhower re there Are no longer any private Macmillan flew in from new Eisenhower Khrushchev meet eels a demand to meet free quarrels Between ,. Great York where he had been at jink chances of this seemed _ a _ a Powers a Stevenson said. A fall tending sessions of the United Remote after the russian s i. Mankind has a stake in peace gulping Down the last of the of National Economy the fact nations general Assembly. In. Outburst saturday and he i his pc Orion Between the United states and collection a Butterfly. A Pace of the Rise in National in Eisenhower Macmillan and later demands that the u. S world . And state news the soviet Union physician said Timothy come of the .sjr. And Robert g. Menzies prime min president apologize for the u2j pages.,.2, 3, 9, Roll 13 however Stevenson said he would suffer no after effects consequent strengthening ouster of Australia will Confer spy plane incident before a local new Spages 4, 8, doubts if Khrushchev wants Lizul Lim Mauiu was Given a i manual re Mai ice to Tisimis morning on Wanya to uni Nimg come Lake place. American Horii age. Page 12 Jenoua Diacumis in on world a dually. Bee a Lory Page b. put to bed Jid Irvi Wii Ittin Lini amp tag Wei a Miti toi Ewon Mimi Mimsi la to Wert. Racine area weather partly Cloudy with Little change in temperature. Fair and cooler tonight. Monday mostly fair. High today in the Low 60s. Low tonight near 40. Southerly winds 10-15, shifting Northwest Early today and increasing 12-20. The state will be Learned by elsewhere in Wisconsin 2,000 students in the next two weeks when they View animated exhibits in a paper City trailer brought to Racine by the journal times and Wisconsin paper to 1411 Lull Hom i Iii i ii in 11 ill Imi partly Cloudy with Little temperature change. Fair and cooler tonight. Monday mostly fair and somewhat warmer Northwest portion in the afternoon. High today in the i Jab oui ii i weal. In Ida Boft jut least. To w Tough 34-42c claim Lumumba at a Calls for great oks to talks with rival leaders Hyde Park n. ?" of a president Tito of Yugoslavia saturday hailed the late Franklin Delano Roosevelt As a of great Man a great american and i great statesman w to was strip United nations . A ins for peace democracy and Good International ?� up a Patrice Lumumba was reported saturday night to 1e 68-year-old marshal have agreed to join in a round vis Ted Roosevelt grave his table conference with presi mansion and the Roosevelt museum Here. Dent Joseph Kas Mvubu and prs Roosevel was Tito to others on the political future guide during a 1-hour tour � rebukes Nikita for outburst at of the Congo. In Beautiful autumn Sunshine

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