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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 18, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal time s vol. 31, no. 22.Racine, wis., sunday september 18, 1960 66 pages�?5 sections�?20 cents giant swordfish rams fishing boat Honolulu a giant swordfish stabbed a Hole in the Wood Hull of a fish it is Simian almost causing the 4 foot Craft to sink. The Sampan radioed the coast guard for he a a coast guard plane dropped an emergency pump to the Sampan and. Shortly afterwards the boat reported the coding had been controlled and she was under Way. N. Y. Deploying police for Khrushchev s visit floods and landslides take to lives in Italy Brescia Italy a a5 a at least ten persons were reported dead Early today in floods and landslides caused by two Days i of heavy rain in Northern Italy. Two thousand persons were evacuated from villages and farms surrounded by floodwater. About 150 persons were brought to hospitals Here by helicopter and ambulance. Quot frosty Welcome awaits russian Fidel due today v by / / hell help wife a Andy Knutson. Oklee minn., read a newspaper with photo and Story of his wife former congresswoman Cova Knutson. He said hell support her in her comeback bid for re election in Nev Ember. Mrs. Knutson unseated in 19>8, insisted her defeat was brought about by the famous Quot Joya come Home Quot letter allegedly written by and which urged Cova to give up lawmaking and resume homemaking. Letter was released Ai outset of her 1958 Campaign. Nea telephoto Kennedy rips into gop attacks policy of Drift Raleigh. Nolc. A Chi a sen John f. Kennedy saturday night asserted the United states can hot Hope to talk about peace successfully with soviet Premier Nikita Thrush a Clive until it achieves an Invulnerable atomic striking Force and the conventional arms to quench quickly the Brush fire w ars of communist aggression.1 Kennedy climaxed a hectic Day of a criss crossing North Carolina by air plane with a major Appeal Here for this politically dubious states 14 electoral votes. The democratic nominee sailed into the Republican administration for a policy of a Drift and complacency which he said has damaged economic growth at Home and prestige abroad. A we must reverse the Poi notes which have confined i. Khrushchev to Manhattan but which had not kept him from moving in Africa and Asia and latin America a said the tire Ess tanned Young candidate a we cannot do this by trading insults with or. Khrushchev or by arguing against his policies or by talking Tough a Kennedy warned. A we talked Tough when the people of Hungary revolted a but he crushed the revolt. We talked Tough when communism began to grow in Cuba a but Uba is a communist satellite Oday. A we have a magnificent record of talking Tough but we do not have a magnificent record of halting the Advance of communism and strengthening the spread of Freedom. A that will be done through turn to Page 2, col. I new Vork him a a Blue coated army of policemen be Gan deploying saturday night in emergency shifts to Cope with what promised to be a frosty Welcome for russians Nikita Khrushchev and his satellite chiefs. An even Stormie reception appeared certain to Greet Cuba s prime minister Fidel Castro. Castro was reportedly planning to arrive today but there was no official word from Havana on when and How he would travel. Top level group Khrushchev and Castro Are among some 16 foreign government chiefs descending on the City this week. All Are due to attend the i United nations general Assembly session which Khrushchev has sought to convert into an unprecedented conference on disarmament by world Summit leaders. The . State department which a officially is ignoring Khrushchev a visit in e a a while stepped into the picture to help solve a lingering problem hotel accommodations for the controversial Castro. After an urgent Appeal from cubans ambassador a top state department official in Washington apparently persuaded a new York East Side hotel to provide rooms for Castro and some of his official party of 50. Scoured City until saturday. Cuban authorities had scoured the City in vain for a place Castro could stay in Manhattan in keeping with state orders re striding his movements. Owner Edward Spatz of the hotel Shelburne said he probably would put up Castro because the state department had requested it. Spatz said he figured it was his duty As a citizen but he added a was far As in a concerned i have no use for the Guy c Astro and i certainly enjoy having him Here. But if i am asked by the president through the state department what can i do a another last minute head Hunt to Page 2, col. I withhold View on Case offer Caw local 180�?Ts executive committee reached a recommendation saturday on the j. I. Case company s contract proposal but will not reveal it until a membership meeting at 2 pm. Today said Sam Rizzo i a International representative. The meeting to vote on the new company offer will be held in memorial Hall. The Union s executive committee reached agreement on the recommendation after meeting into saturday evening with members of the bargaining committee the Union agreed to submit the new contract proposal to its membership on the request of a fact finding panel during a 19-hour bargaining session which ended at 5 a in. Saturday. Rizzo said the recommendation reached saturday evening would not be revealed until this afternoon s meeting a to prevent rumours he added a we want the people to show. If people Don t turn to Page 4, col. I map wire photo not in script Quot Cheka a a 350-Pound lion shows the Frisky lion during his first Romp. No one created an uproar at a British movie studio when he was injured. Despite his escapades the animal will broke Loose three times from his keeper. This photo keep his role. U. N. To debate Congo dispute i a United nations . Lately that the Assembly action Wadsworth had urged the As ular Assembly session opening a a a the United states was a defeat for the United Sembly to give top priority to tuesday. Early today called on the states which had made its admitting the new african a the Assembly finally voted emergency . General As Surprise move apparently with Quot a 45-minute suspension of the Sembly to act without delay out consulting african coun sons 50 inc Nugnet Lane part session to prepare for action Ontario opens wonder Highway editors note through the Courtesy of the department of highways of the province of Ontario an official of the american automobile Assn. Was allowed to inspect the new Lake Superior Section of the trans Canada Highway. In the following Story he reports on his trip. By Merritt l. Smith aaa Al. 8cr�t�rv Sault Ste. Marie travelling a new Highway is always exciting especially a new link in the nearly completed trans Canada route stretching through the Dominion from coast to coast this is Ontario 17, the Brand new Lake Superior route of the trans Canada Highway. The Road was opened in ceremonies Friday and saturday Remote Bush area there was absolutely no Road previously through this Remote area on the North Side of Lake Superior through the Ontario Bush country. The main line of the Canadian Pacific railway runs its lonely Way through a part of the area but there have been no roads to serve this part of the Ontario hinterland this new Highway extends from Sault Ste Marie ont and Michigan to Nipigon ont., a distance of about 385 Miles. About to Miles of the Highway were opened North sc1# trips m Congo debate brought on the admission of new Mem the extraordinary Assembly to the Assembly after a soviet Bers had first agreed unanimously veto had blocked action in the be �ong0 itself was among on the . Proposal to give Security Council. Be 15 new members to be con a a the membership question top soviet Deputy foreign min Side red. Uni i old nations. N. Y. A priority so the new african ister Valerian a. Zorin offered diplomats said privately they the emergency countries could take part in no objection to putting the Beu eved the 82.nation Assem general Assembly saturday r to of k w not we embers it est on the blow Ould pass something like Uene Rai Assembly saturday the United states brought up top of the Agenda but hear he Cev Lonese tunisian Reso reversed itself and decided to the new question in a Surprise Gued that nothing could be done Tjon that soviet Union sidetrack a . Move for in move immediately after the on it and that the meeting be oed in the nation Secor mediate admission of 15 new 82-nation body had convened should be adjourned until to Ity Council saturday the so members 14 of them african its extraordinary session. The Day vie veto prompted the United a before beginning debate on move touched off a procedural objections were also raised to More the debate Over the Congo problem. Wrangle which finally led to a by ambassador Alex Quaison the Assembly Hie decision came after the suspension of the meeting until Sackey of Ghana who Sug 4 a to prevent alleged attempts by the soviet Union a to subvert the Congo and thwart the United soviet Union backed by some later in the evening. African and asian countries demanded a postponement of action on the membership application until representatives of the prospective members arrived in new York. Many diplomats said Pri. that the question really ,. U s. Ambassador James j. Should be put off until the Reg could avoid running Lumumba still missing rumours of death persist state woman perishes Iii frock Leopold Ville the Congo his departure from the Congo 000-Man 1 Congo Force near on Auto a Rqn a a pm nce Lumumba was Lese political scene brought the Ruard called on c congolese in diplomats hoped the Assem the emergency session into the High level regular session that will begin tuesday with soviet Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev and other leaders on hand. The vetoed Resolution would have barred military Aid to the Congo except through the United nations kept the 18,-Congo Force on to a a a Patrice Lumumba was Lese political scene brought the by the associated pro a it St Jujj mrs sin late saturday and collapse of soviet military and sett a Lher political disputes the death of a woman in a 7 r 7 a a Ivy in eat o a re a reports circulated without any economic penetration of the Anc get up a voluntary i n. Vernon county crash saturday a a a Ramunn a the comm combo fora Orlef and chaotic fund to help the congolese gov raised Wisconsin s 1960 Highway death toll to 572, compared with 579 on the Day one year ago. Mrs. Dora Johnson. 44. Of confirmation that the comm Congo. For a Brief and chaotic nist backed firebrand is dead period Lumumba a Power had Ern ment the disappearance of the de Given the communists a Stra posed congolese Premier Coin Telic foothold cited with the departure of j Lumumba has not been seen soviet officials from the Congo. Since he Racine area weather partly Cloudy and Cool. I he broken line shows the Road from Sault Ste. Marie to Nipigon ont. W Ard from the Soo As the shores of Lake s u p e r i o r. For his pleasure and con local people Call Itin Addi through this Virgin heavily vengence reference is made to Tion. Some 120 Miles of the wooded Bush country the de some of the difficulties we hich Highway had been in operation apartment of highways of the confronted the Road builders in eastward from Nipigon through province of Ontario has been this area Terrace Bay and As far As mar busily at work during the past in addition to the usual probation. But Between these two few years carving out a a won lems in building highways Points there had always been Der Highway. Through areas of Rock and a Blank in the transportation building problems Forest these Highway builders system except for the single because the average Motorist had the further problem not track main line of the Canadian Seldom is Able to appreciate unknown in that part of the Pacific which curves its rails Many of the problems involved country of having to scoop out part Way along the northerner building a modern Highway turn to Page 2, col 5 Viola was killed saturday Onku a a Quot site no Slipper out of the Highway 56 about one mile Olja set a m Buto. A merging armed Protection of the . Cist of Viroqua congolese strongman who troops from Ghana sometime 4 seized Power on wednesday Friday. Late saturday How mostly Cloudy tonight with Ishii nimm had ordered the communists even a Lumumba aide posted scattered showers. Monday expelled crowning with failure on a bulletin Board of a Down partly Cloudy. High today their most daring attempt to town hotel a communique Pur my 60s, Low tonight upper penetrate the new nations of porting to have come from la 40s. Northerly winds to to Mamba. 15 Miles an hour today be at the communique a. A copy Comyn a he variable tonight of a protest Lumumba was said and southwesterly 8 to to have sent to the . Com Miles an hour monday Mand alleging in. Interfere behind the news on Page 12 Section 3, a Reju Nora Africa pictures and personal his what eve a Lumumba s tones of top communist leaders who will accompany soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev when head in this Section dresses the . This week. Word and stale new ence in the Cong internal in Section i Page 9, is a Tea p 2 j 4 t0, la 12 a Lars Ture Story on the Rev. Henry a j although the wording of the c. Schadeberg gop Cong res local 4 protest was similar to that signal nominee in the i St. A a d used by Lumumba in the past District. J american heritage. Page the go nature on the commune a a Iii i him iuj111 Kil uni he ii Tim 11 editorial Page 18,que was illegible. Elsewhere in state mostly fair North. Partly Cloudy to Cloudy South with showers spreading in the Southwest portion this afternoon or evening. Mostly Cloudy tonight with pattered showers Likely North portion

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