Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
17 Sep 1961

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17 Sep 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 17, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal time s vol. 32, no. 37.Racine, wis., sunday september 17, 1961 74 ?"5 ?"20 cents r Katanga s attacks stagger . Forces United nations a up a the . Announced late saturday night that . Irish troops holding out at Jado Tville in Katanga got a cease fire and that Katanga soldiers mutinied against their foreign officers. Leopold Ville the Congo a ply constant assaults by pres. Moise Tshombe to troops and Balubar tribesmen gravely threatened two . Garrisons and the main . Military Center at Karina in rebellious Katanga province saturday night. In the provincial capital of Elizabethville Katanga forces appeared to be slowly regaining control of the City from . Units. The United states called for a a speedy conclusion to the fighting. A state department statement in Washington said it is essential that efforts by . . Dag Hammar skjold to achieve a ceasefire and Start reconciliation talks be pushed Quot to a rapid ?� a . Pilot returning to Leopold Ville from Karina in Northwest Katanga said the 500-Man Irish swedish Garrison had withdrawn before powerful Katanga attacks to a Small perimeter around the based to Airport control Tower. A firing is heavy the Pilot said the Kata Gans backed by armoured cars have forced the Garrison to abandon other buildings on the base. A Oit will be difficult to hold out much longer a said a radio message from Karina. A othe firing is heavy. A a Only take so much the message by a swedish officer said a Oit will be hard to hold out much longer if reinforcements do not arrive quickly. All radio Contact was lost with embattled Irish defenders of Jadot Viilet a Force that originally numbered 150 men a shortly after . Helicopters managed to ferry the survivor fresh food and ammunition. An Irish officer said this did not mean the Garrison had surrendered a but they can Only take so ?� withering Katanga machine gun and mortar fire pinned Down a Relief column of 300 Irish and Indian troops at the Lafira River 15 Miles from Jado Tville a Copper and Cobalt mining Center 60 Miles Northwest of Elizabethville. Officers called this the bloodiest Battle of the fight touched off wednesday by u. N. Efforts to Force Katanga Back under the Nile of the Congo to Central government in Leopold Ville. They said casualties were heavy on both sides several swedish pilots told reporters in Elizabethville they had refused to take further supplies to Jado Tville by Heli copter late in the afternoon a because the Mission was too ?� in Elizabethville Katanga police and soldiers moved about freely. U n. Forces maintained Possession of the Post office in the Center of the City. Unconfirmed reports said three . Soldiers in an armoured car were overpowered and burned to death in an african Section of the City. Negro soldiers under White officers and War painted Backwoods warriors under chief Kasongo Niembro joined in a massive offensive against Karina that was reinforced by strafing and bombing raids of turn to Page 2, col. I map wire photo await election results West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer left and West Berlin mayor Willie Brandt held separate news conferences As they ended their heated political Campaign. West germans vote today on a new lower House of parliament which will either continue Adenauer and his social Democrat s in office or go for the socialist party and make Brandt new Chancellor. Sets off new blast big 4 policy chiefs authorize Rusk to see if reds will discuss Berlin Washington top a the Gromyko at this week to open ing up with an East West for during the Washington Parley Western big four foreign min �?n8 of the . General As eign ministers conference in was said to have included de Sisters saturday authorized Sec sern by session in new York october or november and pos militarization in Central eur a p in not t0 conduct his sounding out Sibly at a Summit meeting later Ope making Berlin an open City or mate Dean Kus to Ascer operation the French who contend a and establishment of a , lain it there exists a reasonable n Hud for Nipoti Atyinn with the speaking in a 200-word com Western eagerness to negotiate presence there basis tor negotiation with the Windup of a would be a sign of weakness soviet Union on the Berlin ii us Cuie vk.lu7 not a t it three Day strategy conference nevertheless have not tried to Rusk is to meet with Rue the we Stern policy shapers . Sian foreign minister Andrei agreed lat a peaceful Solo be her As an exploratory in to the problem of Ger Quiry. Many and Berlin can be the Broad Range of possible achieved if both sides East choices in settling the German and West Are prepared to in problem that were discussed turn to Page 2, col. I de take discussions which take typhoon toll climbs in Japan soviet Jet buzzes . Civilian Airliner Berlin a up a a soviet Jet fighter streaked close to a . Civilian Airliner in the Ber Russ detonate another nuclear explosion also 1 Washington a a a the United states saturday touched off its second underground nuclear explosion in two Days at the atomic Energy commission to test site in Nevada. At the same time the Becj announced that Russia had detonated its Lith nuclear device1 ror was not discovered until since sept. I like All previous. Computer tries to Cut expenses Alexandria a. A a1 a a computer tried a bit of Economy on its own by Short changing some 400 City employees. It whacked As much As $60 from some paychecks. The computer to Boss. Earl d. Creel said the machine failed to allow for tax exemptions and charged maximum tax in the. Checks of about one half of the City to 800 employees. Since the payroll tallied properly the or it is map show s Elizabethville capital of Katanga and the towns of Karina and Jado Tville where . Troops Are battling Katanga to army. The checks were delivered. Creel said a Loose wire was the cause. Account of the rights and interests of All ?� Rusk and the other foreign affairs chiefs Britain to lord Tokyo a up a raging to Home France to Couve de Mur Phoon Nancy slowed a path Ville and West Germany to Hein of death and destruction across Rich von Brentanos agreed Al heavily populated Central a so on countermeasures pan saturday and roared North up the Japan sea. Police said Nancy the worst typhoon irl the Pacific this year left at least 114 dead 57 missing and 1,949 injured. Central Japan bore the full fury of the storm. Winds of 109 . Hit the area. Fringe winds which lashed Kyushu in the South and hokkaido in the North also caused extensive damage. The government immediately set up a disaster Relief head. Quarters in Tokyo. Tak a a a not Furt ller Poss byte the Center of the storm red pre so or of Quot communist missed Tokyo where winds encircled West Berlin. Were clocked at 40 . J a heightening of tension Osaka a City of 3million. The countermeasures were bore Nancy to full fury. Winds not spelled out. The commune of 109 Miles an hour screamed que mentioned Only a othe Dan through the area. Rivers and serous heightening of world canals surged out of their ?t brought about by the Banks and streets and build red direction of barriers sealing were flooded. Roofs were eng 0ff East from West Berlin blown from houses windows and the soviet resumption of were shattered heavy signs flew through the air and Trees shattered. Police said 21 persons were unanswered questions about our Berlin policy of the 1940s a questions involving former pres. Franklin Roosevelt Gen. Dwight d. Eisenhower and Winston Churchill Are probed by Nea writer Ray Cromley in an Effort to Trace the cause of the present crisis. See his report on Page 17. tests in the current russian series it was an atmospheric blast. Saturday to Lus. Test was described As a Low yield explosion the same description Given to the test conducted Friday in Nevada. A Low yield blast is in the order of the equivalent to 20,000 tons of int or less. Occurs on Island report China us. To policy in alter . Atomic explosions in the atmosphere. Rusk emerging from a 4/2-hour Windup session pro killed in Osaka and 668 were flounced the three Day Confer injured. More than 300,000jence successful were evacuated from Homes. Ministers get together if Only a Brief one after Rusk talks i with Gromyko. Hurri it was apparent there was their there was discussion of holding another Western foreign a Esther veers away from . Miami Fla. A pm journal Tolmei photo . Sen. R. Vance Hartke d-ind., left who told Racine county to Jefferson Jackson Day democratic dinner that Congress and president Kennedy to administration have the nation moving again spoke with James Arena county democratic chairman and mrs. Nick comande dinner chairman before a press conference saturday. United nations n y. A committee. They would prop a diplomatic sources said pose that that committee throw saturday night the United the chinese nationalists out of the latest soviet explosion. States has switched strategy the Assembly by disallowing the dec said occurred at nov and is working behind the the nationalists credentials. A Jaya Zemlyak an Island in the scenes to bring the question of Delegate could argue that this Ari tic Ocean and was in the seating red China before the could be done by a simple a order of a megaton which is forthcoming . General As Jority vote. Equivalent to a million tons of Sembly session. Two thirds vote int. The sources said the Rao of Nim but the United states feels i Here was no fallout from delegation has sought to induce h should be Glassine . Test the dec said. Some Friendly nation to ask the us should be Classi re iia y. F Eclas an important question almost daily 99-nation Assembly to include Rem Riff a two thirds vote for russian nuclear explosions red chinese representation on to ism two thirds ote tor have been an almost daily the Agenda for the session1 event since the soviet Union opening tuesday. New zealand delegation will be broke its three year orator is expected to make the re in a Bett r position to make on testing. Saturday to quest the informants said. This argument if the represent blast was the fourth big expo for several years the United tio Quot questions its Fuu debate Sion in the current series. States successfully opposed m Assembly itself. In announcing the resume such requests by India and the whenever that happens the Tion of . Tests Friday president Kennedy said this coup try was a forced reluctantly to test again when the russians resumed testing in the pineal Ion of the . Switch atmosphere. He stressed then whenever the question a that there was no fallout from raised before the United Roa in London the . Blast in contrast to states evaded it by getting the London a up a cuban the russian tests. Assembly to postpone the de foreign minister Raoul Roe saturday to explosions Means Bate to the following year. Few into London from mos the United states now has this year however it a cow saturday after a three tested 155 nut Lear devices and patently lacks the votes to put weeks tour of Iron curtain Russia 66. Britain has con through the usual postpone countries. Roa will Fly monday ducted 21 tests and France ment Resolution. So it will not to new York where he will soviet Union. Give explanation the informants gave this sex informants said. The United states will proposed that the Assembly set up a special committee to study the question and report Back next year. Four. Hartke tells democrats . On move again7 introduce one. Head the cuban delegation to the United states still wants the . General Assembly. To keep the chinese National a the its in the Assembly and chinese communists out. The United states is afraid sen. R. Vance Hartke d-tnd.,1 ministration the senator said Economy has turned upward. Hartke said the real Chal the russians May be planning told More than 300 Racine that before Kennedy took of the number of business fail Ilene facing America in the to switch strategy and raise a. A a a a a it hot thut aet Icho in univ of a Cen a Many problems were in ures has decreased More hous future is not National defense the question in the credentials Cane Esther gathered up Force 8� a to no fact if the that nored or swept under the Rug. Ing starts have been under he but providing jobs and there to 145 Miles per hour picked to stand fast if the the Jefferson Jackson Day Din Little leadership was offered in and unemployment has by preventing poverty v and up More Forward Speed then communists shown dispose nor saturday night that Amer to the people and Little Coop dropped considerably from the hunger in this country heavy gales whip to a More no Herly direction even though this May mean "vhv�? chair Pratt a Quot actor did to the con 5 4 Quot Iuo Quot a that wer Arke said that while he British Isles la dead shooting to save West Berlin. Senator Cnair guess out of work at the beginning of Kennedy administration con 9 saturday night. Forecasters at the Miami weather Bureau were reluctant however to say the shift would free the Mainland of the threat posed by the deadly lady. Observation efforts were stepped up by the weather Bureau. Consider followup if Gromyko to response seems promising the Western policy.,._ makers Are thinking of follow a Ned hands with Congress in a team that has already Given Man of the democratic senatorial Campaign committee said a othe administration of pres. John f. Kennedy has guess. Since then he said the the year. In this Section ?� Hartke said since Kennedy took office Steps have been forecasters said a owe think world . And state news taken to curb unemployment the turn to the North May be pages.2, 3, 4, 8, Roll boost housing build defends temporary and it could go Back Loca news p 5 and bring the . Into the it re a space race. 16, criticizing the previous and to its West Northwest course ?� set target Date to end pm strike Detroit a a a the United Auto workers executive Board saturday night set next wednesday As a target Date for ending the strike which has tied up general motors corp. Production. In the meantime said Law pres. Walter Reuther the International Union and the a awl Sam department will a continue to work in close co operation with the general motors local Union leadership to resolve All legitimate problem at the local Union ?� it hiders the present world Situa London a up a the Edge Ilion dangerous it has not sex of Hurricane Debbie battered Pended All its energies in the the British Isles saturday night fight against communism at and left 11 or More persons the expense of failing to meet dead and at least 50 injured the problems which develop at f looking caused heavy dam Home. Say seeking solutions age in Ireland Scotland Racine area weather fair today tonight and monday. A Little warmer today. Little temperature change tonight and monday. High today near 80. Low tonight near 50. South to Southwest winds 15 to 22 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in state Wales. Coastal areas in West pm Scotland were inundated at a press conference earlier b Nodi sur who d saturday Hartke said the dem by gales of 106 in p h socratic administration As not the dead Jude by Fly. Satis led with a merely coming eng Debra and uprooted vets turn to pig 5, col i i in in and Northern Ireland. I fair and a Little warmer and today with South to Southwest winds 15 to 25 . Fair Little temperature change tonight. Monday fair a a South partly Cloudy North with Little temperature change. High today 75 to 83. Low tonight 43 to 51� j

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