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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 25, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 36. Racine wis., sunday december 25, 1960 76 pages-6 sections-20 cents Holiday toll climbs 6 die on state roads new Berlin crisis by the associated Preas the death toll from traffic accidents mounted steadily saturday As the nation observed the Long Christmas weekend. At Midnight traffic fatalities totalled 155. Another 23 lives were lost in fires and 27 died in miscellaneous accidents for a total of 205. In Wisconsin the traffic death toll stood at six at mid night giving the state 891 fatalities for the year compared with 809 on this Date a year ago. Girl 20, Dies miss Caroline Blanke 20, who had been living in Milwaukee was killed saturday when a car in which she was Riding skidded into a Utility pole on Highway 141 seven Miles North of Milwaukee. Miss Blanke who was returning to her Home in Plymouth for the Holiday was Riding in a car driven by Joseph Esparza of Milwaukee. He suffered a possible broken leg. In Ontario Ore. Five cars crashed in icy fog and darkness killing two children and scattering Christmas packages across the Highway. Car skids the children s Mother was gravely Hurt. Nearly 200 Miles away a car speeding relatives to her bedside skidded on ice and killed one Man. Although the number of traffic deaths mounted at a rate of More than six an hour saturday the National safety turn to Page 2, col. 4 May be brewing radar spots a fat and Friendly Pilot Colorado Springs Colo. # even Santa Claus could t escape the North american air defense command s warning system. When Santa left the North pole Norad announced radar had spotted a heavily Laden object heading for the . Progress reports identified the Pilot ass. Claus and his Mission seize Leader of ethiopian rebel forces Addis Ababa red Pace the see signs Hospital reds May put on pressure toured wards by Santa Berlin up two Little noticed events have aroused year s crisis Over Berlin one was a secret visit by1 Walter Dowling u. S. Ambassador to West Germany to Mikhail Pervushin the soviet ambassador in East Germany. The other was a line buried because a Racine Man believes enough in the Christmas spirit to devote Christmas morning to it. Ing i began calling on everyone in a Moscow speech Friday byl1 \?,\ to 1 a. Racine stores donate the Andrei Gromyko the soviet p thet a sixth to me gifts Petersen packages them foreign minister. I he began the annual practice d e Al the crisis if it comes will be by vist no on y the children a whom. He expects to distribute a War photo not a creature was stirring a the night before Christmas found Dorothy Ann Olender 1, of Arcadia calif., in a non stirring mood. She intended to stay up to Greet Santa Claus personally but the Sandman got there first. Every year he said. Some people would grab my hand and hardly let me go. It s a. Robert Petersen of 1530 not what you give them it s Isabelle ave., dressed As Santa just the fact that you Call on Claus will distribute gifts St. Mary s and St. Luke s hospitals for the sixth time today. On t h e Brothers hideout a t Nazareth about 70 Miles East of Addis Ababa after being tipped o f f by villagers who recognized the elder of the fugitive Brothers. He was hospitalized Here for treatment of wounds so he can turn to Page 2, col. 2 touched off by a failure of West Germany and communist East Germany to sign a Trade pact. The question of free travel and transport to isolated West Berlin across communist territory is closely bound up with this. If there is no pact the communists will have new excuses to interfere. The Gromyko reference came in his speech to the supreme soviet parliament. He attacked West Germany s turn to Page 2, col. 1 no paper monday packages to about 300 patients this year his greatest satisfaction came one year when he was the journal times will not told it was useless to visit a publish monday in observe Jan whose brain had been Ance of the Christmas holi damaged in an Accident Day. Racine area news will a Hospital officials told him be broadcast on Wren Mon the Man could not recognize Day at 6 30, 6 50, 7 30, 7 45ianyone but Petersen entered and 8 45 . And at 12 15, the room anyway. 3 30, 5, 5 30 and 10 . The Man showed the first Wren. Newscasts today Wius Signor recognition since his in be at 12 15 and 10 . jury with the words Santa Russia North Korea sign Trade agreement Moscow a the soviet Union and communist North Korea saturday signed a pact aimed to increase Trade Between the two countries by 80 per cent in the next five years. Radio Moscow said the soviet Union will Supply machinery Cotton and Petro Lem products in Exchange for nonferrous metals Cement steel and other goods. Pre Dawn pilgrims gather to Pray at Bethlehem s Church of nativity Bethlehem g

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