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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 02, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 32, no. 13. Racine wis., sunday april 2, 1961 62 ?"5 ?"20 cents soviets of proposal for cease fire in Laos map wire photo King size easter eggs a what Elizabeth Montgomery lick at the Vilas Park zoo in Madison was a newly arrived Ostrich egg. In the Container at the left was a Rhea egg from South american and at right was an Emu egg from Australia. Head on car crash kills 4 in wisconsinre9ards Russ stand with wary optimism big turnout in Racine voting the heaviest voter turnout in a Spring election for the study of x rays area East of interstate 94 May take place tuesday Stimus Ashland county sheriff Bill lated the school unification proposal for that area the Lee said the cars believed to election of two new county judges and decisions on state have been driven Smetak referendums City town and Village offices including elec and Mcdonell crashed a wind whipped snowstorm Jion of a mayor in the City of Racine. That made the Highway exp Here is the lineup for tuesday to election Tremley Slippery and reduced i. All voters in the state will ballot on a supreme court visibility sharply Justice and state superintendent of Public instruction and Dnay six referendums. There were no witnesses to no a a _ j n n the Accident that occurred on Racine City and county voters will name two new a stretch of Roa j car county judges from a Field of four. Gordon Lake. 3. Town and Village voters will elect a county superin Ashland county sheriff Bill pendent of schools and local officials. 4. Voters in metro Racine fast of interstate 94 will vote on unifying 24 Rural common school districts with tile Racine City school system. 5. City of Racine voters will Madison up a a 16- father but did not think the pick a mayor and several other year old youth was injured youth had a License to Fly. A of City officials while voters in saturday when he took an in done to know How he got the the Odd numbered wards will authorized flight in a Light plane out of the hangar a Alex name aldermen and super i plane and crashed As he at Ander said sirs for the Norh tempted to land on a private a Ocano to explain it Landing strip at the Wisconsin Alexander said the youth the Academy near Columbus. Had just been released from the Roy Spach son of or. And Hospital where he was treated in the As kit re p it Lee said Gotz was driving to their grandchildren at a Desti Slippery. The Smetak car was Vogel 25, died when his car a two car crash on a Snow Ashland where Smetak. In that nation still not known. Hit broadside the Mcdonell w ent through a railing into the slicked Northern Wisconsin car had an appointment with a of done to think anyone was car approximately in t h e Yahara River in Monona Vil Highway claimed four lives a physician. Lee said the particularly at fault Here it Lee Center of the ?� Iago. A Monona patrolman re saturday a three men and a Doneis were Enro Ute t0 visit said. A othe Road was extreme Lei earlier saturday Darrell covered the body. Woman a and boosted the toil to i in t Jet i111 i killed in the head on collision of two automobiles four Miles North of Glidden were John e. Gotz. 72, and or. And mrs. Eman t. Smetak All of Park Falls and Allan j. Mcdonell 55, of Duluth Minn. Smetak was 58. The age of his wife Evelyn was not available. Injured critically injured critically were Mcdonell to wife Mabel and sme take to 4-year-old son. Both were hospitalized at Ashland. Mrs. Mcdonnell later was reported in satisfactory condition with multiple fractures Randy Smetak was listed officials at St. Jospeh to Hospital in fair condition. They said the extent of his injuries would be determined after a a of the a a oel to pm flight unauthorized state Pilot 16, Hurt Miles will go into effect As mrs. Dem Spach of Madison for an Eye ailment. A of can to sors for the county Board. If the unified school referendum question carries District of nearly 90 Square go into effect As scheduled on june 26. In University hospitals explain his actions a Alexander where his condition was de said. A Othis kind of thing is scribed As �??� i certainly not his Normal be judges will be be Hospital says he has ?� i c 0 u r 1 multiple face cuts a possible the Columbia county Sher i branches which will go into of broken jaw and possible con iffy to office said the plane was feet next january. Cussion. I extensively damaged. Members High staff pulled the \ pick 2 judges the elected new for the soviet Union agreed saturday to join Britain in a proposal to Call for a cease fire in Laos. But the russians said an International conference on the future of the Southeast asian kingdom should be called regardless of whether the fighting continues. A 1.000-word russian note replying to Britain to proposals of March 23 was greeted with cautious optimism president Kennedy and British officials. . Sec. Of state Dean Rusk said the next step in settling the laotian crisis is for Britain and Russia to arrange a cease fire. A of what to important a Rusk said a ois that the fighting stops a in a ?� confers with president a a protracted negotiations for a cease fire Are not useful in ?� he said of a general International conference to Settle the laotian civil War. Rusk spoke to newsmen at Washington National Airport after returning from a meeting with president Kennedy at his Palm Beach Fla., easter vacation quarters. Rusk was at Palm Beach reporting on his just concluded trip to a Southeast Asia treaty organization meeting at Bangkok Thailand on the Southeast asian troubles a offers Hope Kennedy said the note a offers Hope that a Way can be found to establish a Neutral and Independent Laos through ?� he added that the note contains a certain reservations with which we cannot ?� in a statement the president said a negotiations for a settlement of the laotian question will not be simple and May take some time but the United Palm Beach Fla. A up states will do everything it can a Caroline Kennedy 3. Was to reach a result which will being guarded More closely Perm to the laotian people to. A. ,. Live in peace and to take care than Ever saturday at of her own affairs the walled in estate of her in Laos itself it the Civ i War grandparents As other secret stepped up after a week Long. Service agents kept a Sharp Lull. The laotian government Kiva North of Katanga is because he says their presence watch on pro Castro cubans reported a new offensive suspected of trying to Kidnap the soviet supplied rebels in final fitting for finery Deborah , 3, left it to Lier Mother mrs. Joseph a. Janosik of 2901 Yout St., to make sure that she Tell look her Best in today to easter Parade. An interested Spectator in the last minute Rush of preparations was Deborah to brother Keith 5. Journal times photo Katanga army clashes with rebels As . Troops move toward area keep watch on Caroline Elizabethville Katanga the new judges will be Selt Oes t0 Academe in members Quot of the Quot Academy 77 Katanga Ariy units under nominal control of the tends to favor leftist rebels elected from among the four sur a Rue youth attends High St Iff pulled the youth from the r 3 tubed Battle Satur rebel Stanleyville regime and. N. Officials in Elisabeth the daughter of president Ken the Eastern and Southern part visors of last month to primary school a the Academe which plane and rushed him to St Day with of veins rebel troops the fleeing troops were head Ville were surprised at the air Nedy. Of the country. It charged that ,.y a on the Banks of the Kasziba there after being forced out lift of the gurkhas. An nth Rit Nuivo Emir p Riih the rebels were backed 14 Minim in in i ii in minimum is operated the seventh Mary s Hospital in Columbus i. Of he an authoritative source said the repels were Nae Al a n i he was later transferred to the the Northern part of of the town of Manono it a . Officials in Leopold an enlarged Force of secret battalions from communist red Madison Hospital. Dolls secessionist province even Tanga troops i thursday. Ville however stressed that the service men has tracked Down North Viet Nam and laotian As movement of l. N. Troops the United nations mean gurkhas were to be used to four persons in the Palm Beach officers viewed the military sit began in an apparent Effort to we Thile sent Tough gurkha Back up the world organi a area and continued to keep the nation As grave head off civil War. Troops to Northern Katanga Tjon a attempts to keep order group under surveillance. Forced out although not directly to the in tur Kuien Congo. It Battle area in a show of Force. Immediate planned it was because Security to for details on the candidates Day adventists. And issues see stories on n the p be rec 0nf a i. 1. I a Dot foods co. Of Madison pages la through 15 in Section i. Where the boy to father works a million fire rages As a Pilot. Dan Alexander pub in colombian City Iii i Munmum mini ii lie relations director for election John c. , said the youth did now Justice of the peace Thomas p. Corbett present City attorney Henry Dorman. A practising lawyer and Gerald f. Hardy now a court commissioner and lawyer. In the state voters will select for the state supreme court either Myron l. Gordon a Milwaukee circuit judge or Stewart g. Honeck former state attorney general. School superintendent Bogota Colombia a a government spokesman not have permission to use the a fire swept buildings in said Katanga air Force planes Long opposed plane. The Center of Cucuta saturday had destroyed the Only ferry pres. Moise Tshombe of a Alexander said the boy had causing More than $1 million across the River the main out Tanga has Long been opposed flown a great Deal with his damage it was reported Here. Let toward Kiva province. To u. N. Troops in his Domain arrest was report Eizenga to snub a of Summit hoped to obtain airtight Evi Stanleyville the con Dence a was. Reported tha the go put British proposals the latest round of Diplo understood Matic mane vering began last agents had month when Britain proposed turn to Page 2, col. 6 Dawn brings world another easter a Zzz. A Stanleyville regimes Spei to mgt she also la e spokesman said saturday an �?zt0 assassinate the wine Eizenga will not attend president s entire faintly. The proposed congolese sum in Havana the cuban news Mit meeting at Karina april 5. Service issued a statement the meeting was called Leo saying the Palm Beach reports Goldville officials to work out on the supposed plot were an estimated 200.000 to 300, further details of a congolese a completely lacking in ?� the secret service reported the As Oci Atud press egg Hunts for children and the nations to differences. Othe Asfur r . Most joyous donning of new finery their groups sought through various too pilgrims gathered in Rome federation. ,. In Jne Christian calendars parents for strolls and visiting activities to win support for a to hear today to easter message Ani a is in int other state dawned anew today with its had a Promise of Good weath world wide ban on nuclear Arm from Pope John Xxiii the Terr Nukk at Turk wide race for state school eternal message of Hope for Aller in most of the nation. Laments. Leader of the roman Catholic 1 errors is Rock superintendent Are or. . The easter weekend brought in Jerusalem on the very Faith. Other millions around the 3 Paris police posts Nam j. Rene Ion director Otin Jan Homes and churches at Many other manifestations in spot where Christ to Cross is world were to receive it strut tonal services at White sacred shrines and in religious the spirit of Christ s teachings believed to have stood there radio and television. Fish Bay and Angus b. Roth pageantry of Many kinds Chris Well Manitowoc superintend Tendon commemorated in Sun ent of schools. Rose services the resurrection in the Ity of Racine the 0f the crucified Christ race for mayor will be Between toward creation of world. Seek bloodless solution in Many spots around Paris attacked a up three terrorists Paris police in has been investigating thei alleged plot for about a week. In this Section world . And state news pages turn to Page 4, col. 5 a peaceful was a reverent re enactment Cuba where christians have of the removal of his body and been subjected to increasingly posts in a new outburst of Vio events leading up to his Resur harsh measures from the anti Lence saturday night. Two of local 4 Many spots around the Section. The holy land had Church regime of prime min the attackers were killed along american heritage Page 8 some of the other traditional Globe demonstrators gathered thousands of visitors for Fidel Castro was the with a moslem police auxiliary 4 aspects of easter a colourful to urge a bloodless solution of arid other rites. I turn to Page 2, col 2 officer. Editorial. Page 18, Racine area weather partly Cloudy and cold today and tonight. Monday partly Cloudy and slightly warmer. High today in the lower 30s. Low tonight Middle 20s. Northwesterly winds 8-16 . Today diminishing and becoming South to Southwest. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy today and monday. A Little warmer tonight and in most sections monday. High today in the 30s. Low tonight mostly in the 20s

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