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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 04, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin
The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 20.Racine, wis., sunday september 4, 1960 58 ?"5 ?"20 cents believe Oas to re Convene to blast Castro Havana a Pic l a t i n Castro to attacks and anti Amer turn to Page 2, col. I Fisherman Ike makes big haul Leonardtown my. �?"1.4�?� a president Eisenhower and three of his grandchildren went fishing saturday in tie lower Potomac River and a caught bucketful it of Trout spot Perch and crabs. The president to party is. I. _ -. Spending the weekend cruising american diplomats said sat lean displays at Friday nights it., urday they have Good reason to meeting. One placard depicted Potomac aboard two a believe the organization of a a i vessels. American states Oas will be re convened soon to take Furt h or action on prime minister Castro to flaunting of co Labora Tion with the communist Camp. Castro dramatically turned i his Back on his latin american of neighbors Friday by announcing diplomatic relations with red China and severing relations with Chiang Kai Sheku to chinese nationalists he Tore to bits the Oas dec. La ration of san Jose. Which condemned his welcoming of communist intervention in the Western hemisphere and scattered the bits before a Mas meeting of 300.000 in civic Plaz. Bitterness looms the fruits of his performance were a Sweet political Victory for the red chinese but promised to bring an eruption of bitterness in his relations with latin americans. A Ohe appeared to go out of his Way to insult other latin american ?� said one South american Diplomat. A Ohe should remember that we too can get ?� one Diplomat said he believed another Oas conference would take a Oan even harder stand against communist infiltration in this hemisphere and probably would agree on some joint measures to halt the communication of ?� the san Jose declaration. Signed by 19 latin american nations was a result of Castro to eager acceptance of soviet Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev to Promise of rocket support if the United states should attack Cuba. The declaration condemned such extra Continental intervention but did not name Cuba. A personal insults latin american diplomats a1- so were generally bitter about what they called a personal insults by cuban foreign min ister Raul Roa at the san Jose conference and in a television report he gave later on the meeting. Two Strong protests by Argentina and Brazil were delivered to the foreign office saturday. Chile also is expected to protest. Roa had denounced Nikita again urges . Summit Parley or. To face hints soviets travel curbs a journal time photo disabled yacht reaches port Atlantic City bound a Racine to miss Wisconsin Karen Marie hah a Inbach of 1029 Indiana st., packed an array of gowns and furs saturday in preparation for tile miss America pageant in Atlantic City which gets under Way monday and ends saturday with the crowning of the nation to Ideal girl. The 21-year-old Ballet dancer was scheduled to leave Racine by private plane this morning. Russians warn West Germany on rearming Moscow a Pic the j soviet Union saturday warned � West Germany that its rearmament weapons such As the Polaris missile a could plunge i the world into a military ?� the official press Agency Tass said the warning was contained in a note handed to West German ambassador Hans Kroll by soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko. It was in reply to a previous Exchange of notes Between the soviet Union and West Germany on the Issue of West German rearmament. The new soviet note. Tass said noted that West Germany a ois no longer concealing its plans to Supply the bundles a Vlehr army with nuclear 1 weapons and openly demands that the West German army be equipped with the most up Khrushchev visited on his to Date weapons above All us. Tour if off limits for nuclear ?� communist . Delegat aggravating relations tons. It also accused West Germany of adopting the path of a deliberately aggravating relations with the soviet Union. A oin the Case of an outbreak of w a against the soviet Union a the note said a Osuch a War although it would take a heavy toll of All Peoples san Juan puerto Rico would spell Complete Carastro a Hurricane warnings Northern Europe in a speech th.0 Natri a Hanyi h. C a sed in the Northern Leeward from a theater stage at a birth the note declared the so a a a Zyk a a Day party for Finland pres Viet Union wants to improve islands saturday night As a i relations with West Germany Kller storm approached with u but said that depends wholly 150 mile an hour kinds Wlsh head de Ealion on the Bonn government. A Hurricane watch was or Khrushchev already has an it again brought up the dered for puerto Rico and the flounced he will head the so a need for concluding a peace v Irgin islands. Winds Are sex Jet delegation to the u. N. Treaty with Germany without peeled to begin rising in the general Assembly opening in delay and normalization on Leeward Early today and new York sept. 20. He prelims basis of the situation in reach Hurricane Force by 7 a enviously has suggested that the West ?� late saturday Hurricane deader of the big Powers get a resolved shortly Donna was about 600 Miles together there to talk about Washington a to a As things stand now Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev will be under the same travel restriction applied to other Iron curtain delegates to the United nations when he attends the . Assembly this months state department officials said saturday there has been no change in the restrictions. Under them Iron curtain delegates Are barred from about two thirds of the United states. For example Brooklyn a Borough of new York is barred to such visitors just As some sectors of Moscow Are off limits to . Citizens and officials. The restrictions follow pretty much the pattern the soviet Union and other communist countries impose on . Officials. San Francisco a West coast port City which islands Brace i for Hurricane soon to launch space train Helsinki Finland up it a soviet Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev called again saturday night for a Summit meeting on disarmament at the u. N. General Assembly opening this month in new York. During the second Day of his visit to Finland the Kremlin Leader also cautioned Norway and Denmark that Northern Europe might be a More peaceful area if they would follow Finland and Sweden in a Neutral policy. And he did some talking about preparations for the launching of a soviet space �??� a full of responsibility calling the speedy solution of the disarmament question the most important and immediate task facing the world Khrushchev pointed out the soviet Union has suggested that the Heads of government Lead their delegations to this month to Assembly session. He said the soviet Union urged such a course because Quot the Battle for disarmament is both full of responsibility and ?� the soviet Premier talked about top level disarmament discussions and neutrality in East Southeast of puerto Rico disarmament. Argentine president Art Uro an rpm a Ltd Slepoff total 1,000 i convinced Quot Quot Fumi is .m7mjkh�"�2cl�l Frondizi and attacked brazilian motor yacht wild Goose ii will be resolved ?� the la the nearest us. Mainland re a univ or new r�elran�vel2fer d0cked in Honolulu a Ala a j ii / a a a a n0,e we Quot a Quot a Quot and of a he a wes"wl7 .7x177 Quot Miles that the Way to disarmament one Western Diplomat after mad boat Harbor saturday. Of Watt dog 111 k. Clad i Tovi ilog a of Quot Cern any Quot fuses Quot Quot per hours to l difficult but we Are prepared talking with other latin amen-1 i it Crew a visibly weary participate in such a treaty _ Donna it which May already t0 do eve7.h no and not t0 cans Here said Quot if their Atli from a harrowing two Day Bat to to Dot 7 now a reported party whose president. Jean p a a conduced have taken 63 lives has Hur my any Effort tude reflects their gov tie to keep the flooded yacht Eph nub Alul of Kasai it co it it a Tom supplies by Suer Bol Kango. Is under arrest. Her a a Quot Cane Force winds of 74 Miles Quot this is a difficult question in. Rillas. And the Katanga army than hour or More extending too therefore the chiefs of gov spokesman said Lumumba to time table upset in Ltd up but say Miles to the North and 75 Miles eminent should head their Del Ern ments Castro is in for some afloat. A gaping Hole that let ?� in thousands of Gallons of a see no protest it ter was patched both inside american officials said it and outside the Hull was not Likely a . Protest the wild Goose chartered would be filed As a result of by Seattle lumber Man Max Wyman was steaming toward q r d a l Honolulu on a mercy Mission boy 5, perishes wednesday when she sprang a leak. Wyman corrected pre Vious reports that he owned the vessel. Wyman said the yacht to 12 a Green Bay boy saturday Inch fathom ter transducer a became Wisconsin to second a depth measuring device a traffic victim of the labor Day broke off causing the flood secessionist Albert Kalonji to weekend and increased the my 5, perishes in state Accident of the Amoco a a of a i Hue charged saturday night that troops of the Congo Central government massacred More than 300 africans in Bak Wanga last sunday. Nga Lula also charged that tunisian u. N. Troops a stood by idly while the soldiers of Congo Premier Patrice Lumumba killed men women and children. Ile said the tunisians protected Takwan a s White population. Main Force was driven Back to United nations officials re the defensive by guerrillas at ported casualties in to e Kasai my the soviet Union leaves in Force the warning it made to the South. Gales extend 225 negation to the general As Miles to the North and Iso Sembly in order to be Able to come to a rapid ?� Pone casualties in ice Kasai in its Kuiv in or Nuru Bak Wanga Kalonji s captured province fighting had reached Germany it said a will bet modes t0 the South. Capital. L too with nearly 300 dead. Fun responsibility for All the grip warning wer pos a Cool response in Leopold Ville meanwhile the Brunt of this fighting was pos sub a consequences of its or the Southern Leeward the soviet Union announced Lumumba s political opponents carried by anti Lumumba goer actions and a so for he c m. From South of Guadeloupe to thursday Khrushchev in the Senate accused him of Rillas who were said to have ,.a f retaliatory in including Dominica. Resi sequences Elisa Beth Ville the Congo a Pic the Vanguard of moving the Young african a upset the Congo to timetable for tons which mib be aused Dot Tion toward a leftist dictator invasion of rebellious Katanga. The above Sud Steps u ship. Even one supporter As the Katanga army spokes a sailed his policies. Man Saij Kalonji to invading Cid a. A it one of Lumumba s senators Forte was armed with Auto Dom to wife s. Roman Deke. Criticized the Niantic weapons and rifles. Of Lindsay Crosby state s Premier for closing opposition the Force was part of a vol vol t Eer army Quot in a re bed int ii n e w s Pape r s. But he decried the Ameer Batalion Kalongii re Hollywood a to., would attend the Assembly ses dents of the Northern Leeward Salt it a Tea announcement was Ere warned to take muted. Of Lowed Tilv b word that ate precautions against i a of the other com. Cane winds High tides rough Jon sea cd seas and torrential rams. Would attend. Interests in the Virgin is lands and puerto Rico were that action however brought a Cool response from told to keep in touch with and Lindsay Crosby youngest of vis ories and be ready for Quick 1 e in chem pow r o s four grown sons. Be action if the Hurricane watch Highway toll for the among the 18 on Board was Kasai province saturday to ,5,tl0n charges of a com crated in Katanga from tribes by year to 518 it was 526 on the 4-year-old Cecelia Maccauley help guerrillas battling Congo mums and dictatorship. Men hostile to Lumumba. After came the father stall Day of is same Day one year ago. Of Penhryn Island a Maori girl government troops casualties the Senate opposition was a e v. ? military training a Juja by jj0y warning. Timmy Zumbaris. 5, of Green who Speaks no English. She there now Are reported at i la by Syrille Adoulia who they left the slap to a 0 Katan the infant was bom to Lind the Leeward part of the Bay was killed saturday when has a heart defect and Wyman hew Ith 300 slain. Charged the Congo is headed in nce. Thursday by Tram say to wife the former Barbara West indies comprise the struck by a car As he crossed cancelled a world cruise to about 250 volunteers crossed Oward dictatorship and de or the Border. Diane Frederickson at Queen Virgin islands the British Lee a Street on the City s North bring her to Seattle for heart from Katanga province an Al handed Lumumba cancel de the invaders crossed the of Angje Hospital their first Ward islands Colony French a Ofa a a a surgery. A of Kalonji and his Kasai crees restricting Freedom. And Frontier formed by the Croco born it he the be named David Guadeloupe and Netherlands car c. Bringer jr., 21. Of a Owell Fly her and her Moth province a Mineral state a said Oula is a member of Puna turn to Page 2, col. 3 Lindsay. Antilles territories. New Boston Mich a Soldier or to Seattle As soon As we a Katanga army spokesman stationed at Camp Mccoy died Send them today if he reported that they met no saturday in a la Crosse Hospi they had their visas a he Tai of injuries suffered w Ednes Day when his car w As involved n i c a la a. In a collision with a tractor Poce Seze heroin Meers were supervised by White technicians a presumably belgian officers. Kalonji top level talks. Still stung by changed to a Hurricane turn to Page 2, col. 6 he said resistance. The spokesman said the vol Holiday death toll edges upward trailer three Miles Northwest of Worth s3.3 million la Rosse. Of Fly the a Moc p is i a head on Auto collision took i the Texas mashup a the could die Between 6 p m. Fri Short of the record traffic toll new York a Chi Nar Bas charged the Congo army six lives in Lufton. Texas sat worst a ported so far in the Day and Midnight monday to for any labor Day weekend comics detectives saturday night a Kasai is led by three com urday and traffic casualty re Holiday a occurred when one Cal times. It urged Drivers to 461 in 1951. The 1951 3-Day raided a Queens apartment a must czechoslovak officers ports from Holiday minded car attempting to pass a truck use extra caution. Period also set an Overall Mark rested one Man and reported town Cut off America poured in with in was trapped in the oncoming the flour no t co t 4 n. Finding $3,300,000 Worth of the invader headed for la creasing momentum. Lane. One Ming the 460 figure was Only one of 658 for deaths in All types pure heroin. Puta a town 20 Miles inside at Midnight saturday 140 fair warm weather which Deputy chief inspector de Kasai province Congo Premier per sons had died in traffic a enticed millions to outdoor average 3 Ward f Carey said the apart Patrice Lumumba s army once Cidenio 7 in boating mishaps Ivity brought a heavy traffic local news. Page 4 ment was a Plant or first re was expected to use Leputa As 17 by drowning and 17 in mis Stream onto highways a pm Story for heroin after it had a jumping off Point for an in a Cellaneous manners a total of the National safety coun Tai Tori a1 Page to been brought into Una country i Aaion of Kai amp Ngn province Uil. Jell summed that 460 Portoni fag 1 in r a in this Section world . And state news pages 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11 american heritage no paper monday the journal times will not publish on monday labor Day. \ i of accidents. In comparison the Council said a non Holiday weekend of 78 hours in this season of the year could be expected to bring 330 Accident deaf a Racine area weather i air w Arm and humid today turning cooler this afternoon. Monday fair and a Little cooler. High today upper 80s. Low tonight mid 60s. Southwesterly winds to to 15 Miles an hour today becoming northwesterly Lata tonight. Elsewhere in state mostly fair and cooler North and Central sections today and in the Southeast portion this afternoon monday mostly fair and warmer North and Central sections. High today ranging from 70t extreme North to 86 to 92 i exudate eau us
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