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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 6, 1959, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 30, no. 33. Racine wis., sunday december 6, 12w9 90 pages--6 sections-20 cents top democrats Fiot trying better Drivers suggest a . Peace Agency new York a the dem to Stop scuffle a Ujj Hijji Starling Jan. 21 Floyd h. Phillips. 38, Union Grove was shot in the shoulder saturday night during a scuffle outside an Eagle Lake tavern. A Driver improvement school. Phillips who was reported socratic advisory Council sat in Good condition after a .22 designed to change Drivers at urday proposed a new Arm Caliper Bullet was removed Titues and habits will be government a National peace from his left shoulder said he started in Racine on Jan. 21, Agency. Was shot when he attempted with the first in a series 5 this Agency will be dra a break up a fight Between week 10-hour courses at the Matic proof to the world that a know. Racine adult and vocational the United states is sincere the shooting occurred out school. In its desire for peace and Dis Side Bienemann s tavern at the Driver school will Bei armament and arms limitations Eagle Lake Manor. Sponsored by the Racine coun agreements the Council said. Phillips gave this account to safety Council municipal the function the Agency the shooting court offices the District it said would be to explore i was in the tavern when and City attorney and the Sher the technical possibilities in two other men in the place got and police departments Section systems develop new to a fight and went outside the official Sanction which arms limitation concepts and to continue it. I went out too. Has to be received from the become a Strong Factor in Dis a heard one the men say to state motor vehicle depart turn to Page 2, col. 5 ment before a school can be Ike italian chiefs agree on defense armament Paul m. Butler democratic National chairman said Council members including former president Truman had approved the proposal unanimously at the opening session a two Day meeting. The Council was formed after the party s 1956 presidential defeat to advise democrats in Congress on persons were killed sat pc urday in a head on collision on big names Jug outskirts Madison Rais head on crash kills 2 in state started has been granted. Two methods selection those who take the course will be selected in two ways 1. At the discretion municipal judge Howard Duro Cher from among traffic violators who appear before him. 2. People in the Community who wish to take it. The judge said Drivers who an array big names in the ing Wisconsin s Highway toll would Benefit most democratic party including for the year to 756, or two in adults and juveniles presidential nomination possibilities attended the session. The Council said the Golem both will be Der the total on the same Day ordered to attend. Judge do last year. Rocher indicated that Drivers victims the crash near the have displayed bad Atti nent is doing its Best within Selt line interchange South those who have a he limits its present organi Madison were Walter Nankee a red before him on repeater nation to Cope with involved 59, South Beloit 111., and mrs. Charges will be chosen. J technical demands future be Elizabeth m. Harvey i5, min the judge As Well As others got nations in the nuclear test Neapolis Minn. Involved will encourage both suspension and arms limit mrs. Harvey s husband Don Young and old Drivers who Tion areas. Aid was in critical condition at Ink they May need to re but it said that at the pres a Madison Hospital. Also hos Esh their knowledge the ent time we Are not adequately vitalized were Ralph Mueller automobile and the Road to organized in the 41 his wife Elizabeth 38, both attend on a voluntary basis Branch the government to a Neapolis Aid compan the course will be taught take advantage the oppor ions the Harvey and mrs. On thursday evenings for a unities presented us to reach Maude , 55, Rockford. Small fee from 7 to 9 . By peaceful agreements during thistll., a passenger in Nankee s Raymond Berger director new Era journal to me photo personnel at St. Luke s Hospital. Berger has been part time car. Like age August frailing 76, Tiger As no nosed the Naiomi on. Was killed saturday when instructor in Industrial super As proposed the National a ,3 vocational school peace Agency would report i. Brut d restly to the president in much a ". The same Way As the atomic l a Clintonville for the last 15 years. During world War ii he was an in Energy commission. Gustav a. Sommer 77, route tractor at the University Good tellers autograph Young sports fans lined up saturday afternoon after the annual Good Fellers dinner at Dania Hall to get the autographs some the dinner s Star attractions. The autograph signers pictured Are from left Jim Webster Marquette University halfback and most valuable player for 1959 Jack Morton assistant football coach at Marquette and Clark Van Galder the University Wisconsin s assistant football coach. The sole girl in the line up is to year old Gale Willetts 2 3 29 James blvd. For other Good Fellers pictures and Story see sports Section. Ill work in close coi l z Berte r w ,.,1.1, r or a. Car in which he was Riding and _ As safety director at it w elaboration with the depart Belle City malleable Iron co., ments state and defense a cd a guided on a to in Road ent employment. List course itinerary the course will cover prob the announcement said. It said the . Could not Force arms limitation agreements and inspection systems in Hull. Wayne Gauger 20, route 1. Brandon was killed when a struck a tree. Two com on other nations but that Yip a a 6rns traffic accidents Funda 24 nations ask . To deplore disregard resolutions on Hungary United nations n. it was announced earlier that Independence and civil initiative and applied Leader ship in science and technology Orrson leading it can open the Way to the. ,. O solution these Lin Louisiana Koch solution these problems. List roster rentals Good driving causes a Twenty four nations sat he general Assembly will meet traffic accidents Law and ordinances and physical testing driving skills with school new Orleans pm urday called on the u. N. Gen Lay to debate the hut Garian question. Munro will a equipment., ,. Orleans mayor Delesseps mor i shown at most the advisory died into the Lead in the a ifs ills Del cry the part platform committee at the party s National convention next year in los Angeles. Candidate for lieutenant gov1 eral Assembly to deplore the continued disregard by so ivies and hungarian authorities Lof u. N. Resolutions on Hungary. They handed in a Resolution " a at also would have the 82- communist stand error on the governor s ticket. The roster democrats at Gen. W. M Rainach led Asp it i tending the Council session be a Field hich includes a written examination turn to Page 2, col. 1 i gov. Earl k. Long. And turn to Page 16, col. 1 present a report in which he Speaks the imminent possibility further executions anti communists. The debate is expected to run through the Assembly already has the nation Assembly Call for soviet and hungarian co operation with the u. A represent adopted 12 decisions since so Tive on Hungary sir Leslie Viet troops moved into Hun Munio new zealand. The Gary to suppress the 1956 up Resolution asked that Munio rising. They Call for withdrawal rights to hungarians. Communist officials at a party Congress this week attended violent winds hit California los Angelesa Sev Enty mile in hour blasts wind battered foothill communities saturday ripping off roofs and Felling Power and Telephone poles. Fire officials called out extra Crews to fight hundreds Small Brush fires set off by fallen electrical lines. Toppled Trees blocked streets and there were numerous reports broken windows and doors. The roof a six unit apartment House in suburban Pacoima was torn off just As the occupants were Awakening by soviet Premier Khrushchev .f,." is ,. Made Clear that soviet troops " Das the world will stay on in Hungary. Pov. A i " 1 or mrs. Linda Peterson. The roof the new four paragraph res Ore Loose at one end and be solution submitted on Hungary Gan rolling up and fell off the states Only that it deplores a everyone was left events in that country a l2�� a a St dog in paragraph Resolution the As Sembly passed last december condemned soviet and Hun be kept at his task. those troops and restoration his roofs also were lifted off ,. 1 a it i two houses in the Sunland Garian disregard u. N. De-,i.,j a i visions on the Issue. Sylmar the Best from american Heri age    hauling fhe guns to Washington editor s note for want artillery George Washington s no. I project As commander the Amer lean army was dying on its feet. He Lead to drive tie British out Boston but had nothing to drive them with. How a 25-year-old, 250-Pound bookseller solved the problem for film by hauling a whole artillery train Over the wild mountains from the Hudson Valley is told Here by a biographer Henry Knox. By Clay Perry by the time George Washington took command the american army at Cambridge in this Section in july 1775, his troops had dug fortifications on the hilltops ringing Boston. The British who had occupied the City for Over a year were pinned Down but could not be starved out As Long As their Navy kept the port open. The americans lacked siege guns and trained storm troops. On the other hand general Gage the British commander had been made cautious by the mauling his infantry had received on the Concord expedition and at Bunker Hill. The military situation had reached a frustrating stalemate. In keeping secret his shortage arms and powder Washington had divested himself any ostensible reason in the eyes his men and the Continental Congress for not taking bos late Telegraph news pages.2, 3, 10, 12, 131 ton. His troops after All out numbered the British better local 8 editorial.page22 than two to one. The inactive Turo to Page 14, col \ the Noble train artillery painted by Thomas Lovell shows Knox s expedition Strug Guam Over the Beck shirt Hui. The new Resolution also had 3 fewer sponsors. The United states drafted the original text and has been seeking co sponsors for More than two weeks. The general Assembly Satur a Day approved the a a ointment Indian maj. Gen. P. S. Govani As commander the u. N. Emergency Force. Succeeds Burns Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold announced earlier he had named Govani to succeed Canadian maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns who has resigned to become a Canadian government disarmament adviser. The Assembly s Resolution endorsing this also expressed appreciation Burns excellent the Assembly authorized Hammarskjold to spend up to $20 million next year to keep Kunef on the Job in the Middle East. It also decided that u. N. Members should go on sharing this expense in accordance with ability to pay but that any voluntary contributions should serve to reduce the share borne by smaller countries. A Small Rowboat was grabbed by gusts off Malibu and blown two Miles out to sea before the three persons aboard were rescued. You la All enjoy our Yule Story Moscow Shivers Moscow up the temperature in Moscow dropped to 15 below Zero saturday and the weather Man said it was expected to fall to 22 below import Joa Orolog. Little gab and the Golden stars full the spirit Christmas it s the Story a Little Angel who brings Holiday happiness to a whole Village with the Aid a bag Golden stars. Surprises from s tart to finish it starts monday in the Racine journal times. Call on allies to continue to keep guard up Rome a president Eisenhower and Italy s leaders urged their allies saturday night to keep their defences up until the soviet Union agrees to disarm with controls inspection and with a final two hour review world problems Eisenhower wound up two Days talks with president Giovanni Gron Chi and Premier Antonio Segni. Italy was the first Stop on the american Leader s 11 nation Goodwill tour. Eisenhower declared there can be no setup in the Western defensive position until Moscow agrees to a trustworthy peace. Joint communique Eisenhower Atso promised the italian government to look favourably on Italy s desire to join any East West Summit conference As Well As disarmament problems. The president set Forth his views in a joint communique with Gronchi and Segni. Smiling and Chipper Eisenhower was Host later at a formal dinner for the italian leaders at Villa Taverna the residence the u. S. Ambassador Jin Rome. After dinner when Gronchi left Eisenhower accompanied him outside the embassy residence to his car. Sees Pope today Eisenhower returned to quiz Inal Palace where he is staying at 11 . The president leaves Italy today shortly before noon after an audience with Pope John Xxiii. He then flies to Turkey. The final communique reported Eisenhower had agreed with the italian officials on these key Points 1. The 15-nation Atlantic pact must remain the Comer Stone their foreign an american spokesman said this Means Steps should be taken to avoid anything that might weaken the 10-year-old defense treaty. Coordinated plan 2. More free countries should join in a coordinated plan for stepping up economic assistance to underdeveloped lands struggling to lift their living standards. 3. Further measures should be taken quickly to wipe out discriminatory Trade restrictions which Block Commerce among free countries. Eisenhower s three separate talks with italian officials were conducted in a warm Friendly atmosphere. At a news conference afterwards. Undersecretary state Robert a Murphy and White turn to Page 2. Col. 2 Racine area weather Audi Day Deo t. Tit mostly Cloudy today. Partly Cloudy and not quite so cold tonight and monday. High today in the Low 30s and Low tonight in the upper 20s. Northwesterly winds gradually diminishing be coming Light and variable this afternoon and tonight. Elsewhere in Wisconsin mostly Cloudy with some Snow flurries or Light Snow today. Partly Cloudy and not quite so cold tonight and monday some Snow Likely North portion monday. High today 28 to 33 and Low tonight mostly in the Zoi

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