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   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - December 23, 1961, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                                Daily C O N S T R U 1 V E W S PA P E Kf Forty-Eighth Wisconsin December 23, 1961 Single Copy Ten Cents The best news is that the tide season is We hope you and yours enjoy it to the Your Currier Sales Withholding Voted by Signature Is Certain Seek Negotiations on Berlin Leaders Agree on Nuclear Test Need about one orders AP News Analysis go to the U.S. ambassador in Moscow to take the lead in: a new effort to promote East-West AFTER TWO THOUSAND Challenge Midwest Pounded By Holiday Storm Bv The Associated Press Some months the United States may i with Britain's the resumption of nuclear tests in the These were highlights emerging from the two-day Bermuda ing between President Kennedy and Britain's Prime Minister jn rold Macmillan that ended and he gave no ance Britain would join in i While Macmillan returned to London with his top went to Palm Fla. of State Dean Rusk j headed for Washington to I j on the agreed diplomatic j Pleased With Results Kennedy and Macmillan were reported to be pleased with the results of their fourth a I I I It Once a new born Cli lid in a manger Pacific as a sile for ex. J In a distant long Against GE Being Sought Three Wise seeking found their H By the light of a star's heavenly g To Shepherds that hosts of angels And told of the Child's long promised With to the chorus y men good and on That icas long thousand Yet the light of that new star still leads And the answer to all of our hopes and fears IN- as in the tear the heavenly message at A snowstorm swept across tlie Midwest Government Both Pa you a Prince of Peace is hundreds of school children and Christmas said to have found much to The federal in and little to disagree kpH 3n was described as con- It swirled rearing drifts and raising fears for injunction the may uncover when they reach trapped take steps toward easing J At least 10 deaths were tensions without r government Through the the For that Prince of Peace still reigns in asked an all-inclusive y T banning the l ed. are 50 people in the the Atlantic 200 mile said Sheriff James are don't know whal we'll find uvo mile the get youngsters were authoritative sources at the con- Drifts up to seven feet high j marooned in the of the talks underscored blocked roads in northwestern About 50 i the following Electric company from j g to fix prices or rig bids any item it The request for the from a Ismail household light bulb to a i at a service situation would soon be made f d d Io north ot A 600-word communique from was the Italian Rail Tragedy Kills At Least 60 fax Battle Ends With Dramatic Suddenness By HARVEY three-year struggle to make major revisions in Wisconsin's lax structure is The end came Friday when a Republican controlled Legislature grudgingly accepted a compromise proposal i championed by Democratic Gov. Gaylord He is expected to sign the measure early next possibly j j With their major task the legislature ed aside other business and adjourned until Jan. 8. j In the two weeks of deliberations that preceded final the tax measure was snatched from the brink ot The save an reversal in the Senate w here lawmakers killed 20-9. then re- band of in- g By WILLIAM L. I their action and eluded nine Republicans and proval two cays 17-14. Eleven Republicans jja Some precedent for such a and three Democrats opposed the -s turnabout exists but none measure to the Statement from the recorded on a measure as far Sen. Casimir D- American summit in reaching as Nelson's tax summed up muda threw a two fisted Even aiter biu was reluctance to accept the c ft had to be guided around two sales tax is something wallop m the direction fought against for a long Soviet Premier Knotty Amendments said a j s The Senate had tacked 19 very tough decision but I believe 8 It extended an to the Assembly it far more shameful to keep version of the and the ing back home with empty branch on two balked at accepting g n u c 1 e a r testing issue and of the Senate Berlin sil on him any blame for failure to i for Is Tossed At Nikita The state Democratic party situation but it Dinned i to budge from its a platform opposes a sales tax in f of agreed any Nelson and his aides find a way and labeled him j responsible for the decision to resume testi i ing Democratic support for the The changes will allow retailers measure in spite of the platform Hundreds of motorists might with residents of alid Macmillan Italy j launched a satellite and school children jammed Mo. farm houses and service in that Foot of Snow for involve in were today when a j won't disclose anv railway car jammed with It was launched at the Point Macmilian The snow ranged up to 10 inches i Across border a basis for negotiation in Iowa an 12 in Illinois as i dumped more than 10 inches of lean be is m that the U.S. ambassador to tor a cow or huddled Jn stalled grader drifts in an effort act in shoppers and Arguello naval missile I reg snapped the end of a 1 advent to Air Force i for it to engage train plunged 100 feet into a j ing snow whipped eastward centrai anj southern late nest At 33 persons were injured the plains region into tne Great what as the worst rhp president general Lakes area and the Ohio in 11 10 i- n v. -j T action was had said Air Force Is Secretive About i probably these were the most set additional taxes on banks Howard practically ARGUELLO Calif 1 important results of the two days about a vear instead of 1 camped in the legislative The Air Force says it j of frank conversation as commissioner John Dempsey of Hartland were the Prime What About i West Storm Slows The Return of Servicemen worst storm week or early the ir to Students Find Shelter i Frank will follow was Dozens of farm houses rang son in oart might be sai with the voices of hundreds of round P u u r pany what it has no intention of found shelter I school kids who with strangers Eleven of the little misplaced who removed Then cut To Consult De Gaulle hind twisted steel and found who supervised drafting of- the revision was ably pleased with its But i ot the ke no attempt to hide his i for the for the amendment j cheer That to retain a i The An- Force recently has While the two statesmen spoke of of the sales tax revenue been close-mouthed about the conference had Gronouski said it was ings of so-called j the in a of Collar to merchants I designed to orbit over Russia and i lighting who even to they detect missile launchings French Charles de incur costs in collecting the Photograph military i Gaulle was conspicuous bv The tar plan is expected ine satellite absence here us 3nd British an million course 9 Provisions Of Tax 10 oe spokesmen are the ingredients of the tax Friday by the the current through persons were led by their school negotiations is to be kept t f f i j i President Chanes ae Gaulle ot The with Lhe more This kd them to The Air Force's i re had never been three per cent sales tax on A three per cent sales tax will ment said only satellite a levied on selected out la OUt same court where GE was fined their grim fearing for anti- adds to and consolidates 18 such court orders sought GE in w USG trial equipment in ihe dining or nuclear driver to the farm home of informed and ig- Madsen near iruSt bedded them down ail over Kennedy and agreed BELOIT Another group to Madsen of Wisconsin members ofthe 32nd The heavy electrical equipment Infantry Division relumed stopped for Christmas leaie today while two other groups were making up time lost because i more victims may be Tne last car of a train broke on a underscored De Gaulle's stony Balancing the state's crashed into rocks at the foot of a j js carrying a number of opposition to any approach to deficit will take million of the river classified test Khrushchev on the Berlin Another million will be employing an Atlas Agena B way Anglo-American Jin income and booster combination was That however is beside a withholding collection appliances by the Air Force today at Point Conversations here clearly transient central sections of the ard and passengers in farm Hundreds o Des Monies West's nuclear removal Des A Milwaukee Road train to get win this agreement from 4- largest antitrust i More than 80 persons were in Tne U.S. delegates were nappy other death inn about 50 men pulled in shortly suburban spent the after 5 about two in offices and hotels hours The some of them from as far away as pi were met by waiting members of their Aides Found Slain Others were from BeloR and Brodhead m K a t anga Wisconsin and Rockford in body of Georges County Judge Moving The made a stop at et chief International Red Elkhorn before terminating in Cross in To Prosecutor S Post 5 of their were in- it came loose 35 the train was at home taces j Ganey cw on River ry sruon to the resumption nuclear fines Si 9 just W and sent seven individuals to The two a self- n Resigns UW 5e cent sales tax on onice furniture agreed to consider a Kennedy request for use of Britain's Christmas Island found todav in a 2rave Gaylord Milwaukee Road also bus near Camo Simonet in announced 57 Durand as of men transferred to a train at Tne bodies of two of his attorney 1941 and were Dutchman and a He will take office Jan. uled to about a m. The gian were 1. when his court term snow storm brought the in travel Twenty-five carrying about men on the way home from Ft. through Minnesota Friday after somewhat by a blizzard that swept south out oi Canada and into A dispatcher at million will be used to ease i n IT i j real and another De Gaulle is represented in cut as feeling strongly that sonal on ana and tele- there is nothing 10 negotiate re- ana garding and farm Income tax rates will be in- There is a growing body of The sales tax will become one cent for j opinion on both sides of the At- Feb. 1. Withholding will less Above that the open 35 as the hoost will amount corporation 31 terms of j avowals of the intention to tive can be to one and a Per cent m terms oi prows rne Jy rOST the world should be taken Best the time at Tne Per cent surtax on in- and HUi in For and that this rules out come is extended to 1951 tne sive years us to the rocky Dr. idea of fruitful nad for a but be eliminated next ed more than R. Curreri confirmed Friday that There had been a fair degree of to put the Personal deductions under the he has submitted his resignation of in British and American promise Death of the income tax are increased from tor of cancer research at views before the Bermuda he would invite an except for those more than f K and the conference to hish surtax or financial afe who get a ot 20 Dec. 31. this to the rest of the SK in 29 oi Soldiers joined ana Tne wiil not affect Oa the bill's roll Income tax withholding is ex- tne menin the rescue status as professor to begin in Be- river The amended The train was traveling from separate antitrust actions to a of ations in a steady Gaiety and Expressions of Faith Christian World Ready for Christmas surgery at the of Medical rocked re- in a dispute of the of the Department of j Dr. Philip P. acting dean of the medical had no Christmas Tree Is Mother's Link to the Son She Loved By D. BOWMAX Associated Press The spirit of Christmas rose over a troubled world Minneapolis Friday night that he did know where the v o- buses ma. no dav and apprehension that cast shadows Elsewhere about the their across had far points of the many cast assde everyday routine The buses are rather than running on regular and do contact local i cause of its 65 per cent jof everyone's 3961 income tax bility is Real estate property taxes will be by million a year Personal property levies on and M. brought to Albuquerque for inventories and to announce personnel my Christmas for me. farm livestock be cut in half greetings to West Berliners and spirit of changes the faculty first be- I don't want just The lights on fne tree went out a cost of million to the other European citizens in a On the Gaza any announcement to a Christmas the time in Time television broadcast was -n lne gleam on the The reai property relief will be Christinas b s said the decision was fall of 1950 fay Marine red and white The distributed under a new formula a military unit guarding tne and open a way ard 1st Marine tree communities with equalized armistice demarcation line on the for administration It was moved to a excess of 14 or Cohen said ft was his in an estimated 900.000 Tne are on their home from 32nd Division camp at Ft. Lewis for the -n mas that area for a time Friday Alon On Canada's frozen arctic Ja Curreri was Christmas for his Visitors come to stare at the The present method of sharing and 'n as a consultant to Then came the Chinese Reds It stands leaning to one side liquor and House Speaker Sam Rayburn who and a long march out of the A once stole a taxes with local lui was Til with Korea via the Chosin a star was added to the menls remains relatives on the other Mock Mourning a fare Of stew reri helped develop a new Another letter arrived in the top of the and the cotton Taxes on ings Joan firms the Communist 800 Dinner Invitations jn the cause of and tea and even in 5-Fluoro-LraciJ. which was used summer of 1951: I'm the base removed to prove are increased a Christmas glittered West Berliners showered the mas spirit suffered male places treat the stricken visitors the tree was not Banks will pay an additional British and French workers at a camera factory in- In where Christmas got In the dispute over the The tree was The first snow of the season fell jn For many to the re- whit on Berlin prospects for Christmas reunion promised sorts and to family reunions in is the Christmas a to the wall to wave at tne provinces gathered for j jl A i r o r of a snow fall and muted the starkness ot the garrisons with Christmas dinner as a mortal They little attention prior to World War department Dr. i Soon Mrs. Lopez It has been 11 years since the Sales by uni- winds j brick and wire The trees the Americans high in donned black ties for their Christmas carols sounded from Curreri was backed by fellow word that Richard's was decorated for Richard's and student or 0 from all over western Eu- day on the job prior to the loudspeakers over streets where ulty members for the been found in the ocean off j The brown needles teacher groups are exempt one leader of the Red President who re- days in protest against a com- crowds surged into cal School Dean Dr. John Z. the coast near cling to the tax when the proceeds arc Wisconsin Weather German regime who com- turned to Palm pany ban on office parties Black stores gaily decorated with all supported a candidate from Lopez said she still doesn't know I come here at 2 marked for educational and colder with occasional 1 the cold day irom Bermuda talks with crepe decorated the premises and Night clubs featured outside the He resigned just how her son came to be in the morning to sit So are sales to government units British Prime Minister Harold a coffin it resting special Christmas parties and after his appointee was rejected He was 23. with she pray for But Red remained will send Christmas an empty gin bottle labeled on their best the j A month Richard's every I still visit and educational  

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