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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 25, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin
The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 23.Racine, wis., sunday september 25, 1960 76 ?"5 ?"20 cents . Discloses plans for new space vehicle san Francisco a up a the air Force announced sat urday plans for space vehicle to intercept and identify unknown orbiting objects. The research and develop rent program has been Given the name of Saint. It. Gen. Roscoe c. Wilson Deputy chief of Siaifa tor development told a Iott meeting of the night fighters to Assn. And air Force Assn. That the air Force and other elements of the defense department Are acquiring the capability of keeping close track of the various Man made objects now or of Ting the Earth. Explains project a owe do not however have the capability of determining at close Range the nature or intentions of objects in orbit and future circumstances May require that we have the ability to do ?� Wilson said. A project Saint looks toward a vehicle which could rendezvous in space with unknown orbiting objects for identification purposes Wilson also disclosed that the at Force in co operation with the defense department to advanced research projects Agency is conducting research on the feasibility of using a satellite system to intercept end destroy enemy intercontinental ballistic missiles. Detects exhaust Wilson said the satellite would detect the exhaust plume is the icbms Rose from the atmosphere before it could take evasive action and while it was most vulnerable. We feel assured that we can attain such a system by the late �?t6 a said Wilson. Wilson further reported that the air Force is studying designs for a winged manned vehicle which could take off from the Earth go into orbit and return solely under its own Power. Oldster 73, is Back in school Bottineau n r. A Ltd it a Quot i be got the time. I be got the Money and in the got just enough ambition to want to go to ?� so said Robert e. Bruce. And he went to school despite his approaching Jan. 20 74th birthday. Bruce became the oldest student Ever to enrol at Bottineau state school of forestry when he became a freshman this fall. He to been a professional band musician has sold musical instruments and taught children to play so it s not surprising that Bruce s favorite school activity is band. A treat him just like the rest of the students a says hand director Arnold Opland. Khrushchev fires new blast at u. N Board proposes $1 million boost in school budget Man electrocuted Beavertown a John Mccurdy. 50. Of Dillsburg. Was electrocuted Satur Dav when he tossed a bucket of water on a burning television set. The fire began when a television Antenna outside Mccurdy to Home toppled Over High tension wires. A 1961 school budget totalling $7 2 million a $1 million above t h e current year to spending a was proposed saturday by the Board of education to committee of the whole. The amount would be a record High for the school system if approved by the City Council. The school Board will adopt us 1961 budget and Forward it to the City Council after a Public hearing at 8 pm. Wednesday in City Hall. Revenues total $12 million nearly $p2 million of the 1961 budget will come from Federal state and county aids tuition textbook rentals and other commercial revenues. The City school tax will raise the rest of the Money needed. Last november the City Council trimmed $100,000 off the school Board s proposed 1960 budget. The biggest share of next year to appropriations w ill go for student instruction which covers teachers salaries textbooks. And school libraries and supplies. The school Board earmarked $4,742,000, about 65 per cent of the budget for these items. Ask More for salaries barring cutbacks salaries for All school employees a teachers admin i s t r a t o r a clerks maintenance men Etc. A will be slightly More than $5 million an increase of 12 per cent compared with this year. Additional personnel and a wage hike which the Board of education Hopes it can give its cat has own rat trap employees accounts for the Overall salary increase. The City added about 35 teachers to its staff this fall and sex turn to Page 4, col. I fears attack on Laos capital i Vientiane. Laos a up a Premier Prince Sou v Anna Houma charged saturday night rebel and thai forces May be preparing to attack this capital. The United nations might intervene before the mounting crisis explodes into War he suggested. U. S., British and French foreign ministers Are meeting to discuss the situation in new York he said and Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold is expected to take up the matter with the thai foreign minister monday. Meanwhile he added intelligence reports indicate that Thailand s Side of the Mekong i River opposite this administrative the site of concentrations for forces Loyal to rebel Gen. Thoumi Nosa Van. The troops he charged Are a mixture of thai and rebel laotian troops under Gen. Nosavanh to commanders. He said he did not think the rebel forces had the military capability of capturing this capital. A Othey Are certainly concentrating there a he said. A but they Are a mixture of thai and rebel lao troops under pro-1 Thoumi ?� map wire photo youngsters held anti Khrushchev signs and jeered As the soviet Premier to motorcade neared the russian diplomatic missions to estate at Glen Cove n. Y. Congo strongman holds Parley with Lumumba Leopold Ville the Congo it pm a col. Joseph Mobutu had an hour Long meeting saturday with sex Premier Patrice Lumumba to try for a reconciliation in the bitter struggle for Power among the Congo to leaders. The surprising encounter Between communist supported Lumumba and pro Western Mobutu who kicked the soviet bloc missions out of the Congo seemed to Herald a new upheaval in the Young nation to turbulent political life. Asked for talks the meeting took place on Mobutu to initiative in the official prime ministers to mansion. Where Lumumba has been entrenched under . Protection All week. Mobutu told newsmen after the meeting he previously had a similar meeting with president Joseph Kas Mvubu. A of have How heard both Points of View a the Youthful a Strong Many said. A of am going Back to Camp to think about what i have heard. I went to see president Kas Mvubu and or. Lumumba with the idea of a reconciliation of necessary i will impose a ?� Mobutu said he was trying to bring about a face to face discussion Between Kas Mvubu and Shotgun discharges critically injures girl map wire photo Christine la elude of Lancaster pa., held her tat i Ommy who stumbled onto a new Way to kill rats. Tommy had a Bell but lost it in a fight with a huge tat Olio bit it off the cat % Collar. It was too big a bite tor tile rat who choked to death on i Ommy s Bell. Burlington a a 9-year-old Union Grove area girl was critically injured saturday when a 16-gauge Shotgun she and her sister were playing with discharged. Diane Jean Zache daughter of or. And mrs. Gus Zache of Box 88 Union Grove was reported in a critical condition but holding her own just be fore Midnight at Burlington memorial Hospital. Officials at the Hospital where the girl underwent emergency surgery saturday afternoon said the charge entered her left Side and came out of her Back. Playing near Back door the sheriff to department said it had not been determined How the gun went off. They said the girl s Mother told them she and her son Donald to saw Diane and her sister Darlene playing near the rear Hall of their farm Home shortly before they heard the Shotgun blast. She said the 16 gauge shot gun was kept loaded behind the Back door. Called for help she said Donald who reached Diane first screamed. Quot look a Diane is full of ?� or. Zache said Darlene was a standing nearby and the 16 gauge Shotgun was laying on the floor. She told deputies she took the girl outside and called for help. A neighbor called an ambulance and the girl was rushed to the Hospital. The Accident happened shortly before noon. The Zachey to Home is located on briton Road North of county trunk k in the town of Norway. I Dies another Hurt when elevator Falls Boston sep a one Man was killed and another was i injured saturday in a elevator Accident at a downtown Boston department store. The victims reportedly were workers at the store. The lift plunged into its pit at the Bristol St. Annex building of Jordan Marsh co. Officials at Massachusetts general Hospital said one Man was dead on arrival. They identified him As Joseph Mcnamara of Cambridge. Lumumba. Who have not met since Kas Mvubu fired Lumumba sept. 5 and appointed Joseph Ueo to replace him. Ileo himself was a of neutralized when Mobutu took Over in a bloodless military coup sept. 14. Launches tirade congolese sources said Lumumba who apparently expected saturday s visit a launched into a half hour tirade on Mobutu to arrival. Mobutu read a newspaper and when Lumumba had finished explained the purpose of his visit. Mobutu refused to disclose details but it seemed Clear Lumumba and Kas Mvubu were refusing to Budge. Kas Mvubu refuses to Sanction any government headed by Lumumba while Lumumba refuses to cooperate with any government unless he is at the head of it. Mobutu favors Kasai ubut to general pro Western politics but is handicapped by the concerted pressure of other african nations and by the passionate tribal support Lumumba enjoys among soldiers and civilians or Oriental province. These pressures have prevented Mobutu taking any firm action against Lumumba and his followers despite violent demands for their arrest from the lower Congo tribal groups to which Kas Mvubu belongs. Ties disarm pact to revamping of the world group Glen Cove . A up a soviet Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev keeping up his drum fire assault on the United nations saturday night tied any Hope for disarmament agreement to his proposals for revamping the Structure of the world organization. Unless his plan for modifying the framework of the . Is adopted the Kremlin Leader said solemnly a owe will likewise be unable to solve the disarmament ?� in an extraordinary and Surprise 40-minute news conference at the soviet estate Here. Khrushchev launched a bitter attack against . Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold. Derides Dag at one Point Khrushchev called Hammarskjold a a Lackey of the imperialist ?� the news conference had to started out to be. Routine of . Shoud have three fair at the soviet Retreat where Khrushchev was sup secretaries general instead of posed to be spending a Leisure one and added by weekend. J one should be picked by then he began his surpise what he termed the a Pimperal a n. Attack. Is capitalist colonialist pow cautioning newsmen to re ers a one should be chosen by port his words correctly the socialist communist pow Khrushchev proceeded to link ers and the third should be his . Proposals for a three picked by neutrals member executive body to the a if we Are unable to solve question of disarmament. This question we will likewise Khrushchev to latest bomb be unable to solve the disarm Shell attack amounted to a re Ament question Khrushchev butt Al to the . Claim that said i revamping proposals a he did indicate what he were a declaration of War on a do about h subject the world organization. Di5armament if his . Re reviews talk during the news conference he launched into an extended turn to Page 2t col. 2 review and amplification of Hunting Here s where the views he had expressed in his speech before the 15th general Assembly session. Of disarmament is reached Khrushchev said indications Are that it would be administered by an International army. But such an International Force is impossible under the command of a single Man like Hammarskjold the soviet Premier emphasized. Khrushchev proposed that where Are Wisconsin to Public Hunting and fishing areas it to All Down in Black and Green on Page 6 of today to sports Section. Duck Hunting fishing. Big ten football major league baseball Racine High school football and other stories and pictures also will be found in today s sports pages. state dept. Denounces Cuba for recognizing red China Ike to make Cross country tour in october billed non political Washington a Ltd it a president Eisenhower will make a nine Day Cross country trip next month to deliver five speeches and Confer in Mexico with the president of that country. The presidents schedule was announced saturday by James c. Hagerty White House press Secretary w to said the trip will cover an estimated 6,500 Miles and take Eisenhower into six Hagerty said a Othis is not a Campaign trip and none of the speeches will be political. Detroit speech the president will leave Washington oct. 17 and will. Address the annual banquet of the National automobile show in Detroit that night. On tuesday oct. 18, he will Fly to the a Neapolis St. Paul area to participate in dedication of the Hiawatha interstate Bridge across the Mississippi River. The president then goes to Abilene kan., to inspect the Eisenhower museum. From Abilene he will Fly to Denver remaining there All Day oct. 19. From Denver the president flies to san Francisco to address the Commonwealth club on oct. 20. The following Day he goes to san Diego to speak at a luncheon meeting of the american league honouring delegates of the inter american Congress of municipalities. On the evening of oct. 21 the president will Fly to Palm Springs where he will remain saturday end sunday. On to Mexico on monday morning. Oct. 24. Eisenhower will Fly to Laughlin air Force base near Del Rio Texas where he will Cross the Border to meet with president Adolfo Lopez Mateos of Mexico. After the meeting in Mexico the president will Fly to Houston on oct. 24 to address a special convocation at Rice University. I t Washington a a a state department spokesman declared saturday Cuba to recognition of red China provides new evidence that the Castro regime is a embracing the communist ?� press officer Lincoln White said the action taken by the Havana government saturday was not unexpected. He recalled that prime minister Fidel Castro told a mass meeting several weeks ago that red China would be recognized. A turning backs to the line taken by the state department then is still applicable today White said declaring a owe commented that this is a further indication that Castro and his regime Are turning their backs on traditional friends and allies in this hemisphere and embracing t h e communist ?� the recognition was foreshadowed by the recent Trade Deal Between Havana and piping the latest of various commercial arrangements which the Castro government has in this Section world . And state news pages.2, 3, 5, 6, 7, la i local 4 american heritage. Page to 16t made w Ith communist bloc countries. Internal problem one of the most disturbing aspects of the new development authorities Here said is not Castro to external ties with another red regime but the internal problem created. Persuasions and pressures must be expected now to be used on Cuba to 30,000 chinese residents. Wherever the chinese communists have been Able to exert influence in a foreign country with a chinese population such a Campaign has been undertaken authorities said. In Many of the asian lands around red China the conflict Between the pull of communist and anti communist forces has sometimes produced violent stresses. Racine area weather partly Cloudy and cooler today and tonight. Monday Cloudy with showers. High today upper 60s. Low tonight Low 50s. Northwest winds 15-20 today. Elsewhere in state fair Northwest half today. Monday considerable cloudiness with Little temperature change showers Likely South half. High today mostly in 60s. Low tonight 40s Northwest to 50s Southeast
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