Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
30 Apr 1961

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30 Apr 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 30, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Anila Uthe Racine journal times vol. 32, no. 17.Racine, wis., sunday april 30, 1961 102 ?"6 ?"20 cents Hospital ship backs off reef escapes damage sin Ator Eup it a the float ing medical Center s s. Hope which went aground in the narrow Channel off saudi is land in the Java sea has backed off the reef with help from an american president lines vessel. The Hope cabled that the ship was not damaged. It has been cruising in indonesian Waters since last summer pro Viding medical services and , top aides weigh moves in Asia communist guns bombard Quemoy Taipei a it Pic the. Chines communists dropped 146 Shell on Quemoy in a 2-hour and 10-minute bombardment saturday from the Mainland. It a the heaviest shelling the offshore Island has had since last october. A spokesman for the nationalist defense ministry said the government Here saw no special significance in the recent upsurge of artillery fire across the Strait. London police arrest 826 in nuclear protest London it put a police arrested 826 anti h bomb demonstrators who squatted on the Road near soot land Yard saturday in one of the biggest mass roundups Ever seen in Britain. About 2,000 demonstrators flopped Down in the Street not far from Scotland Yard at a Point Halfway along Whitehall a the London thoroughfare where government offices Are located. Off to court relays of constables worked All afternoon carrying away men. Women and youth who re fused to get up and walk. Each was bundled to a waiting Fleet of chartered buses and trucks which drove them off to courts working a special saturday night shift. Apart from occasional squeals few of the demonstrators offered protest or resistance. Most obeyed their Lead Erst instructions to a Ogo Limp action on Laos hinges on cease fire proposal Washington a a a rebels do about accepting a of this country to keep its to president Kennedy is weighing cease fire in the next 48 hours bile forces and their Means of with his top. Military and dip halt Transfer transportation close at hand somatic advisors a stronger and Russia already has agreed to earlier Story on Page 3. More Active role for the United a truce plan but the rebels Are Kennedy ordered another states in the defense of South continuing to fight. Meeting of the Security coun East Asia against further com the planned Transfer of some cil bringing together his top Monist Conquest. 6,000 combat ready troops from following an urgent session the United states to West Ger of the National Security coun Many by air As part of a nato cil saturday officials indicated training exercise monday was the possibility of . And Al called off officials said. Lied military intervention in decision to halt the air lift amur a it Laos May depend on what the indicated a desire upon the part f Houe and the meeting monday thus bracket what military diplomatic and psychological warfare advisors for monday. Critical period session at the Myca officials have changed the name of the multipurpose Buena Vista room to Honor Elmer g. Voigt donor of a �100,000 gift to the y building fund. From left Are b. Howard Schaffer Gilbert e. Journal Slmaa photo Bis Brach Voigt foundation trustees Voigt hts son Ralph g. Voigt also a foundation trustee Ray Jon Dahl Myca president and Harold l. Gibbs Myca general Secretary. Myca receives $100,000 Voigt gift Juk caught in squeeze by continued Laos War by j olm m. Hightower a of i analyst May be the most critical period of roughly 48 hours since the civil War in Laos developed into a cold War contest of will Between Washington and Moscow. The soviets evidently Are willing for the rebels to grab off All they can while stalling the cease fire agreement. The United states clearly is reluctant to get drawn into a War Washington a of a president Kennedy has in Laos but fears for the in been caught in a dangerous almost desperate squeeze by Curty of All Southeast Asia if continuation of the civil War in Laos. A it does not act. If the communists do not agree in a few Days to end in Bangkok Thailand the the Racine Myca has re mortgage so that income from committee. He was instrument rent Myca operations said trip fighting under a cease fire agreement he will have to Southeast Asia treaty Organ a i _ of i or or or. R a1 a1 a c i a a la. A a i a. A a a 11ita tinn a a 11 n h a or or i a1 moot. As soon As they Felt the grasp of a policeman. A $100,000 Voigt foundation gift from the the two facilities eventually Tai in encouraging Western to membership Here is at an All cd Loose Imons courses of action which seem to grow More Izat on Ca led a Specia meet. Myca pres can be used to support Myca construct Western Lodge the High a Rosc. . Courses or act la a vim in scam a pfc my re ing today to consider the lao i a. Him hazardous daily. A a a four choices Tian crisis and receive a report on the discussion at the White tin. House today. Major choices open to the president As he met with at the Sute department the _. High Ray o. Jondahl announced to programs. Main Structure at Camp Anoka Hau de away with the others Day the Voigt foundation was a he Racine Myca Camp near capacity were the Rev. Michael Scott be pm Fri coupled with the established by Elmer g. Voigt near Plymouth. A All facilities Are being used longtime campaigner in Pacis Sale last week of the old Myca a director of Western publish Voigt served As chairman of at near capacity.,�??t Jondahl said ,. ,. It a i c r ii a fist and similar causes play building to the Racine Bible inc co. Inc., and a director and the Myca building committee a it with the no, exception other members Ottlie National Security Council at daily report on military Condi Wright Arnold Wesker and a Church for $135,000, reduces past chairman of the Board of which supervised construction of residence rooms where we the White House saturday were these tons stated the soviet Airlift to $250,000 the amount still to ifs chief operating unit West of the new Racine building. He Bope an anticipated upturn in i. He can continue working a Little while longer for a to the rebel forces has been be raised to Complete payment porn printing amp Litho Rashino is a past chairman of the Board raring in Silecc will l i a us stepped up a Oby considerable degree to to and that the rebels Tress Vanessa Redgrave. Small Fine police led them through the courts where they on raised to Complete payment Ern printing amp Lith graphing its a past chairman of the Board Racine business conditions will political settlement of the flite $3.1 million building at co. And past building committee bring us More Young men who c i with 725 Lake ave. Into which the. Chairman for ? hism .-___.__t_. _ a i # Ture it Laos t i ginning with in Are Mia where they were the foundations funds charged with obstruction and oxidization moved last it car administered by a Board of a4 fined one Pound $2.80 each. Support programs trustees and Are allotted solely miss Redgrave daughter of in addition to the Quarter of actor sir Michael Redgrave a million building debt there purposes chairman for St. Luke to Hospi ordinarily look to the Myca the ii was bailed out in time to make is a $600,000 mortgage on the her Early evening show. Dormitory and Coffee shop por playwright Shelagh Delaney tons of the new building. In Myca Voigt served for Many citations a gunning with Ning of a general Southeast As were attacking at four Points for temporary residence a u1c Casc Urc and going on Ian War or even a bigger con in Northern Laos Benefactor also of youth Racine Myca officials ores through a 14-nation Confer Flint dark Outlook for educational and charitable Julu gets oth Ltd than the my a. Entry Are studying the pro ence. The . Objective is alternatively the presi i maj Jarv situation is h3s been a to Odt it of. With an Eye toward a neutralized Laos. The pres a a Tusl steadily growing worse for the. Tonally in graphic intervention even though the Myca director Ltd u i u t effecting every possible econ Dent reported la Felt that he pro we to Stern or it , for Winch he has a a a. I ,. To l communists dearly were pro 1 in government of Bour Oum officials creator of the a taste of Hon come from the two services is years As chairman of its Camp Eye play now running on expected to liquidate the debt. Broadway was one of the Jondahl expressed Hope How throng who set out on the pro Ever that additional donations test. Will be made to reduce the Long a director of the Racine received numerous awards and a de cig up 0ldd at East sait untl1 Mon Gres sively taking Over the the Ann Pard obs1 a possible Cost to the comm Day afternoon. Whole run try administration conceded this appeared t0 2. If the pro communist Reb h a he critical Issue before Ken Jondahl commenting on cur nity a Jondahl said. Report Fri is probing eight at rocket Center he said program changes Els make a Complete mockery states would not permit the Nedy and in Abonal Security might include rescheduling of of the British soviet cease fire paric or the off i inc Anh fail ounce � to. Res to grab Oft Laos and tau after talking with th0 presi. Coffee shop and food services agreement by continuing their ure new to make d on lat Dent White House news Sec Pierre Salinger said a othe National Security coun world . Pages Washington a a5 a the Oping Saturn the 112-million local news loyalty of eight employees at Pound thrust rocket for space the big rocket Center at Hunts sex ply rate on under the Law the civil student riots map wire photo ancient wreck salvaged the outlines of the swedish warship Wasa submerged on the Bottom of Stockholm Harbor for 33 3 years appear on the surface saturday to Climax years of painstaking Salvage efforts. The Craft which capsized and Sank at the Start of its Maiden voyage in 1628, was located on the Harbor floor in 1954. Divers recovered hundreds of relics including Cannon during numerous exploratory dives since that time. Ville ala., is being investigated to the Obi the House space clearance investigations for committee reported saturday. Nasa. So far it has completed the committee said also 650 investigations at Marshall three others at the installation. And referred eight of these to called the Marshall space Cen the ter have resigned while facing dismissal for a serious character ?� dismissal proceedings have been started # against two More. Car Jurf Annin the committee said the in formation was submitted to it a i Veston to is it by Albert f. Siepert. Director hundreds of ice rushed t0 of business administration for f the National aeronautics and Galveston saturday night As space administration. Fight a broke out among thou Siepert was asked to furnish Sands of students crowding the information after testify this Beach resort City following on clearance of Nasa Eming riots in which police and ploys recently at on open students exchanged gunfire committee hearing. 200 officers headed Here the Marshall Center is devel were from Houston and other nearby cities. They were reinforcements for officers who battled thousands of High school and College students Here for the annual splash j i Days which Marks the opening of the swim season. There were no. Serious injuries reported during the riots. Attacks Kennedy can Intel Promise if compelled to do so Vene militarily in support of would jeopardize the whole , the pro Western government not. Neq tinn a tip ten to Aland state new of Premier Bun a us Yashou d lies tand foes alike in the cold Al do asian Ana Lale be intervene he would Hope to with Southeast Asia. 3, 4, 8, 9, stabilize the situation suffice a. R Salinger would say no More paces 6 7 entry to prevent the reds from 4 Lac Juiel Extension of and other offi Jais similarly de 8 i taking Over the whole country. A enal help and Quot a Quot Quot sad dined to talk evidently being american heritage Len to seek anew a political vice to in force5 the Youn under presidential instruction Section 3, Page 12 settlement. The fearsome As cum rep me Mistbe sufi a l ent to bring the communist service commission conducts editorial Page 18 pet intervention is that it turn to Page 2, col. 3 might prove to be the begin turn to Page 2, col. But fighting men May hold the answer did you push clocks ahead it to Wisconsin to shortest a tay of the year with 23 hours today. If you Haven to done it already your clocks and watches should be moved ahead one hour to reflect the change made at i a m. T Xian to Daylight savings time. Jazzman Dies new York a Pic Irving a Miff mole 63, a noted jazz musician who played with Benny Goodman Paul Whiteman and other leading bands died at his Home saturday. <5 a. Map Wir photo pro Western Laos troops awaited their turn to he airlifted to the front As their government sought to head Oft rebel advances and improve the West s bargain ing position in negotiations with the reds. 1st too Days. Of the a new Frontier ars Analysed in today to paper. See Page 8 for a Story on How president Kennedy has fared on the foreign scene. A Story on Page 4 discusses his Progress on the Domestic front. Racine area weather partly Cloudy today and tonight. Monday considerable cloudiness occasional rain and cooler. High today mid 50s, Low tonight mid 30. Light variable winds Early today becoming Southeast 10-15 this afternoon. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy South mostly Cloudy North today and tonight. Some scattered showers North portion. Cooler North portion today. Monday considerable cloudiness occasional rain Southeast and extreme East. Cooler South monday. High today in the 40s North 50s South. Low tonight mostly in the 30s. The Sun rat today to v it to Davighi Tim it i and 01 Ait Al ?. Dall by Fiaiai

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