Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
6 Aug 1961

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6 Aug 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 06, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Incan the Racine journal time s vol. 32, no. 31.Racine, wis., sunday August 6, 1961 74 ?"6 ?"20 cents soviets warn French Moscow a the soviet Hiroshima observes holocaust anniversary Hiroshima. Japan a this reborn City marked the 16th anniversary of its atomic destruction saturday with prayers for the dead and a new plea against nuclear War. Bells tolled the moment on aug. 6. 1945. When a . B29 dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. One thousand doves the government saturday went on Symbol of peace were released record with a demand for with into a Gray Rainy sky. It was drawl of French troops from the first time rain has fallen on Tunisia including the aval the anniversary. Base at Bizerte. Tunisian foreign minister Sadok Mukaddes said Premier Nikita Khrushchev had promised All forms of Aid necessary to get the French out. Mukaddes emphasized that the initial Aid would be diplomatic but other Aid a will be adapted to our ?� a statement by Tass official soviet news Agency indicated one line of diplomatic assistance by declaring Moscow is supporting tunisian requests for an emergency session of the . General Assembly to in View of the continued aggression against ?� Lack three votes the proposal lacked Only three of the necessary 50 nations to Call a session it was reported at the United nations saturday the Tass statement on French troops said a othe soviet people and the soviet government support the just demand of Tunisia for an immediate termination by France of All acts violating her sovereignty and Independence and for the withdrawal of French troops from ?� the statement was issued after Mukaddes told reporters he had Long and Friendly talks with both Khrushchev and soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko during a visit Here. Delivers letter will sign Reich treaty Warsaw pact asserts r map wire photo huddle in Uruguay cuban economic Boss Ernesto Che Guevara talked with an aide at the opening of the inter american economic and social conference at Punta Del Este Uruguay saturday. Guevara did not join in applause for president Kennedy to message to delegates. Story on Page 2. Red Alliance vows to alter Berlin s status Moscow a Imp the Warsaw pact nations disclosed saturday they unanimously decided in a secret Kremlin meeting to reach a peace settlement with communist East Germany and revise berlins to status before the end of the year. The three Day meeting that ended saturday was held at the very time Premier Nikita Khrushchev was conferring peaceably with italian Premier Amintore Fanfani and firing off notes on the Berlin question to the Western Powers. . Officials found tile notes comparatively moderate in tone. The soviet news Agency Tass reported the eight nation pact in a communique warned the West that delaying a German treaty indefinitely will a contribute to an intensification of the threat of a new War in Europe and not Only in ?� bars too tight a fit for blonde san Francisco a ply what do the police do when a blonde gets stuck trying to wiggle through the bars in her jail cell they get a gallon of salad Oil pour it Over her and then a Oease All of her Back on the right Side of file ?� saturday Bonnie Lee Smales 20. Had managed to get her head and arms through a 9 2 by 6 2 Inch aperture in her Ceil used for food trays but not the rest of her police reported. Miss Smales is 5-feet 82 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds they pointed out. She had been booked at City prison earlier on suspicion of forgery and passing bad checks. Blind woman defies racists Jackson miss. A ply big 4 conferees turn to nato in Berlin talks Paris the West Dom of pm big four foreign ministers berliners decided to turn to their North 2 5 million West but diplomatic informants. Al. Said the first task a to allan.,c allies for backing a stablishs0,id tur 0�?z i saturday in their first attack rerun and Germany a a Wei on the mounting Berlin . Making certain that soviet in a session lasting 3 hours Premier Nikita Khrushchev and 20 minutes the ministers understands the West con of the United states Britain siders the chips Are Down that i Ranee and West Germany Bluff is useless and dangerous explored the creeping restrict and that nothing can be actions being placed on West complied by threats. Berlin by the communist last in the grim background Wert German regime and agreed to approach their nato partners with recommendations to build up Western Alliance forces. An american spokesman i said Sec. Of state Dean Rusk British foreign Sec. Lord i Home French foreign minister j Maurice Couve de Murville and West German foreign minister Heinrich von Brentano re turn to Page 2, col. I will pick negro As . Judge Hyannis port mass. A the communique repeated All pair of a Freedom riders Quot a a viewed recommendations to be la a president Kennedy a he delivered to Khrushchev a letter from pres. Habib Bour Guiba inviting him to visit Tunisia Mukaddes said and Khrushchev accepted the invitation. A Date for the visit will be arranged later. The foreign minister declined to indicate whether it would be this year or later. Bourguiba always regarded As staunchly pro Western turned to the soviet Union for support after French Para Leroy troopers went into Battle defense against tunisian forces demanding France to withdrawal with from the Bizerte base. Civil defense apathy lessens in Racine area the arguments presented by bind White woman and a be Khrushchev to support his nearly three year old that West Berlin he removed As a painful Allied enclave 110 Miles inside communist territory. Gro a broke the segregation demands Barrier saturday in a Jackson miss., bus depot. The pair were served made to nato. Full strength other sources said the four major Powers want Natow to when 2112 divisions brought up decided to name the first negro is history to the United to a separate treaty with East her they asked for milk shakes at full strength an addition of As the lunch counter in the negro Many As 75,000 to 80,000 men. By Bob Sheldon journal tires staff in the office of police chief Jenkins Racine civil director is five red lines use if an atomic disaster were imminent. Lack experience How imminent is the import map ant Factor. Without sufficient radiating warning which would enable assail de Gaulle on Algiers radio Westward from downtown a preparations to be made for Cine an orderly withdrawal and the lines designate the main make possible the provision of emergency evacuation routes adequate supplies at some re Algiers a a right Wing which City state and National Mote relocation Center the or extremists saturday broadcast civil defense leaders agree ban exits now Are no More a Brazen 28-minute attack would be the most suitable for than five roads to nowhere. Against French pres. Charles de Gaulle on radio Algiers to Wavelength and sent their sympathizers into Brief but noisy rapture. Rightists rushed to answer pleas broadcast to place their radios on their balconies. Military music and political Haran gues blared out while Automo Castro regime warns . On plane treatment key West Fla. By a Jin the United states Biles honked out the five Cuba has issued a new warn radio said saturday stroke Al Ger in fran Caise ing that it a will treat Ameri-1 planes from each country Algeria is French slogan of can planes in the same Man have been hijacked. Several the right Wing settlers. Ner As cuban planes Are treated cuban planes have been pm shocked police rolled out re j Bargoed and sold in the United enforcements after hearing the a i d a states to satisfy debts owed broadcast Call a Orise French. Eisenhower to receive by the cuban government. In a note to the Swiss pm Eisenhower to receive men we shall stay in our Al a Vij Yar medallion Geria. Bassy in Havana the evacuation routes illustrate one glaring weakness in All civil defense planning the inability to know in Advance what to expect when a nuclear attack occurs what can be done to recover from one. Compounding the problem of learning to Cope with a multitude of unforeseeable contingencies Are other problems which officials agree Are no less serious. Among them Are Public apathy and Lack of sufficient funds to provide the apparatus of defense. Public apathy has been lessened to some degree since president Kennedy talked to the nation two weeks ago concerning East West tensions. Police Captain Walter Mills Havana Racine to asst. Civil defense director said the Day after Kennedy to speech the police station was swamped with requests for information about the effects of radiation fallout shelters and what to do in the Case of attack. Chief Jenkins also noted an the Castro increase in attendance at the states District court Bench. The appointment will go to James Benton Parsons now Cook county Chicago judge. Informed sources said Par waiting room. Two policemen plus More equipment weapons sons appointment will be an Germany will safeguard her stood by but made no move to and transport. No need formally this week a Sovereign rights. Including order them out. A Zzz a a objective is to As is and White House pre5 her rights on land water and in _ d. A 1 Maive u t i Secretary Andrew t. Hatcher it a. The pair was Earl c. Bonham raise the nato shield to 30 a i y _ v the air the communique said. Chicago and mrs. Divisions. Said May a rep re of four ministers con ,ca0�??,w search of a formula son 0111 a a ,ca8� negro chief of detectives m. B. That would encourage Neotia and sen it Paul h Douglas d Pierce said a Owen tre More with the soviet Union to arrest a Blind while still preserving their rights in Berlin and the free this May be an indication the soviet bloc intends to Force the West to negotiate with East Germany a which is not to recognized diplomatically by mane has a turn to Page 2, col. I woman. Norma Wagnor 33, Rochester the n. Y. Vented in tanks lumbered into Posi Washington a up a for regime also demanded the re demonstration fallout shelter Tion near the palais do Tete Mer pres. Dwight d. Eisenhowe turn of a patrol boat design in the basement of or. And summer Palace and troops or slated to receive the a rated the a oses a which was mrs. Leo Lotharius 2509 n. Were sped to the admiralty a tonal civil War Centennial forced to sail from Cuba a Oto and the Central police ?� commission to Gold medallion an american ?� at Hagerstown md., on sept. 3. J there was no indication of Light loot i the presentation to the com when the alleged defection of Kansas City ?"1/4 a Mission to first honorary chair cured. A week ago a 38-foot three robbers who jumped Man will be made in the Public cuban Navy patrol boat the world . And state news Aloysius spanks 58, should Square of the town that was svs landed at the key West pages.2, 3, 6, 7, 9 have no trouble dividing the visited by armies of both the coast guard station and its local new pages 4 5 turn to Page 5, col. 4 in this Section loot. Spanks was robbed cent and 3 bus tokens. Of 3 North and South of a Century ago. In the War Crew of three asked for Politi turn to Page 2, col. 2 12 a wire photo tragedies unite ?" Farmer James Zimmerman 5 7, whose wife and six children were killed two years ago in a Rar train crash saturday was married to mrs. Vivian Kraus 30, a widow with six childen in Rochester Minn. I he Bride to first husband died of cancer six months before the Zimmerman Accident. Mrs. Zimmerman to children Are from left Steve 6 Joan to i emmy 3 Jimmy 7, and twins Richard and Ronald 5. Iii., a think judge Parsons would make a Good United states District ?� a judge Parson is under consideration a Hatcher added. There never has been a negro Federal District judg in Continental United states. Four negroes have been judges in the predominantly negro Virgin islands but judges there Are appointed for specific terms instead for a lifetime tenure such As Parsons would have. Judge William Henry Hastie of the third circuit court of appeals in Philadelphia the highest judicial Post Ever attained by a negro himself is a former District judge in the Virgin islands. He also is the first negro to serve As governor of the Virgin islands. Another Cook county judge. Richard Austin also is in line for a Federal District judgeship. Driver 19, killed by the a incited pre Ron Griffiths 19, of Mineral Point wis., was killed saturday when his Auto crashed into a Bridge railing near Belmont in Lafayette county. Find 2 boys dead in school refrigerator 3d still alive Huntington. . A Pic three Small boys two of them dead and one miraculously alive were found in a Dis connected refrigerator in a school saturday. Police believed they had been shut in about 22 hours. The discovery in a latched three door commercial ref Ager Ator in Altizer elementary school ended a search that had begun Friday morning. Cabell county sheriff Harold Franke found the boys. Roger Keith Bias 9, and Johnny Carter la were dead apparently from suffocation. Henry Carter 9-year-old brother of Johnny was alive. Police sgt. Sam Watkins said there was a Small Drain plug near Henry in the refrigerator and that it May have let through air that kept the youngster alive. Acts on Hunch the school had been searched several times before in the i Hunt for die boys. Then sheriff Frankel who said he acted on a Hunch looked in the refrigerator. Young Henry a evidently fearful of the consequences of having sneaked into a closed part of the school first told officers an older boy with a knife forced the three youngsters into the refrigerator. Under questioning Henry retracted the Story. Frankel said that after questioning Henry further police put together this Story unlocked door the three boys were playing basketball Friday in the school gymnasium. One of the boy pried open a door in a Wall opening connecting the gymnasium with the locked Kitchen and climbed through. Once in the Kitchen the boy unlocked a door and let the other two in. They began playing in the refrigerator. One held the Middle refrigerator door open with his leg while they played. The boy to leg was bumped and the door slammed shut. The three started Yelling and screaming. A after a while my brother and Roger quit and Lay still a Henry was quoted As telling Frankel. A of tried to get them awake but ??� Racine area weather fair and pleasant today. Fair and Cool tonight. Partly Cloudy and warmer monday. High today upper 70s, Low tonight uppers 50s. East to Northeast winds 5-15 mph today. Elsewhere in state Lair and pleasant today. Cool tonight. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer with Chance of scattered thundershowers Northwest portion monday night. High today 74-82, Low tonight in the 50s. In a a

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