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13 Aug 1961

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13 Aug 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 13, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Unti a the Racine journal times vol. 32, no. 32.Racine, wis., sunday August 13, 1961 60 ?"5 ?"20 cents reds in East Germany close Berlin s Borders Castro to release hijacked ,io1nfollows Tough directive from russians Washington a a it a the Vana to return the Airliner the state department announced same Day. Saturday that Cuba has agreed to free the hijacked Eastern airlines Electra plane and the map wire photo this 4-year-old East German child held her doll and a biscuit after arriving with her parents at a refugee Camp in West Berlin saturday. Us. Pledges crash latin Aid program Punta Del Este Uruguay a up a the United states saturday pledged More than $1 billion by March 1962 to immediately Aid needy latin american nations and get president Kennedy to Alliance for Prog Russ program rolling. Punta Del Este Uruguay up a the United states saturday promised the inter american Economy conference american nations informed sources said. Informants said the United states made the pledge to help solve an impasse created by smaller nations that feel they need immediate Stop Gap Aid before the wrinkles Are ironed out of president Kennedy to Long Range $20 billion Alliance for Progress program. Larger latin nations suggested the crash program As a Means of persuading smaller nations led by Uruguay to a it would provide funds for a prove a watered Down com crash program for needy latin Promise for a Central advisory committee that would co ordinate Kennedy to program. The smaller countries fear that without a powerful planning committee the weak nations would be elbowed out when it comes to apportioning funds for Long Range development projects. Kitty suggested there was no indication How Kennedy take another cruise Hyannis port mass. A up a president Kennedy cruised hazy Nantucket sound Satur much Money the . Dele a Day taking it easy after hours Ilion pledged for a crash proof Homework at his Cape cod Gram. Some latin american summer place. J delegates had suggested using the president Here for his a $500 million Kitty originated seventh weekend in a Row with mrs. Kennedy and the two children boarded the 52-foot Cruiser Marlin at mid Day for an afternoon afloat. Earlier he studied a series of documents he brought from in the Bogota economic con Ference and approved by con Gress during former pres. Dwight d. Eisenhower to administration for social welfare projects. However informants said Washington and got an Intel u delegation headed by licence briefing from cmdr Treasury Sec. Douglas Dillon Tazewell t. Shepard his naval pointed out Congress ear aide marked the $500 million for Kennedy remained on the other uses and that alternate water for More than four hours sources Money must be during which he mrs. Kennedy found.. Delegates reported and their daughter Caroline All sad inter american got in a swim. Caroline paddled development Bank could be about in a life preserver. Jon source. Kennedy took Caroline and delegates met in closed ses four of her cousins on a Golf sgt on to work out of the cart trip to the neighbourhood Jaroh program. Candy store again saturday j meanwhile Cuba s chief Kennedy took the youngsters Delegate Ernesto Che gue into the store for Candy and Vara was reported pursuing a ice Cream on a stick. 1 turn to Page 2, col. 3 United states will return a cuban patrol boat sailed to Florida by cuban escapees. Under the agreement a which a . Spokesman contended was a definitely not a Swap a an american Crew will go to Havana to Fly out the plane tuesday aug. 15, and a cuban Crew will retrieve the cuban patrol boat sv8 from key West the same Day. The agreement climaxed a series of diplomatic notes Between the United states and Cuba since the four motored Electra was suddenly diverted to Havana by a gun toting passenger while on a routine Miami Tampa run july 24. Still in . Hands Are la air planes seized by private creditors to for unsatisfied debts of Cuba. Prime minister Fidel Castro did not ask for return of those Craft which . Officials regard As beyond redemption because courts have ordered title passed to other hands. During the negotiations with the pro communist Castro a the first such since last january to break in .-cuban diplomatic relations a the United states brushed aside Castro proposals also for a reciprocal return of hijackers automatic future return of hijacked goods and an agreement on anti hijacking penalties. Press officer Joseph w. Reap said the agreement is a definitely not a Swap because the United states would have returned the $50,000 cuban Craft under due Legal processes anyway. Will Send Crews but the agreement had All the other appearances of a Trade with Castro to regime agreeing to Send Crews to key West tuesday to pick up the patrol boat and the United states sending a Crew to a it outside Cuba it might have1 . Demands for its release Frede roman Quendo 36, a been seized by foreign offi helped raise Washington tem-1 naturalized american citizen of in terms of a Trade the vials. Pera Tures to near boiling Point cuban birth. United states got the better of after the Electra was i last week with the hijacking of the patrol boat sailed into the Deal because the four in jacked Castro promptly re a american jetliner to key West july 29. It was Gine Airliner is Worth some $3.2 leased the 32 passengers and Havana. But it turned out that manned by three cuban Berlin a up a East Ger million. 5 Crew members but kept the in neither Case were the i escapees. Many s communist sealed the but the Airliner Wasny to doing Hijacker. Castro much Good because he continued demands did not have equipment Handy Castro to Possession of to Start it and if he had flown plane in the face of continued identified by the Fri As Wil a turn to Page 2, col. 2 cyclists too fast for their Cycle port credit ont. A up a a Motorist told police he was driving along Queen Elizabeth Highway at 50 Miles an hour when two motorcyclists passed him with no motorcycle. Antoine Lyne 31, of Pittsburgh pa., and Vivian Bluett 24, of Toronto had fallen off their motorcycle landed on the Road in a sitting position and Slid past him on an Oil Slick. The two were treated for minor injuries and went on to new York on their motorcycle. Nelson hears varied pleas on cd � _ t in l by the associated pres gov. Gaylord Nelson received conflicting advice saturday on whether to sign the Republican tax revision Bill passed by the legislature Friday. The Wisconsin democratic administrative committee urged that the measure be vetoed. The president of the state chamber of Commerce called on the governor to sign it. The democratic committee meeting at Baileys Harbor pointed out that the democratic party platform expressed opposition to a sales tax and reminded the governor that he was pledged to uphold that stand. A shifts Burden action by the committee came after John Gronouski state tax department head told the committee that the Republican Bill approved by the legislature �?odoestr5t do what its sponsors claim it will ?� a Oit merely shifts the tax Burden to those least Able to Gronouski said. The tax Bill provides for three per cent sales tax a withholding program for income taxes and Complete forgiveness on 1961 income levies except on capital gains. A magnificent gesture to j. H. Fennema of Rhinelander head of the state chamber of Commerce made Public in Madison a copy of a Telegram he sent to the governor. It noted that sen. Gerald Lorger Bear Creek made a a magnificent gesture of Compromise when he removed himself from opposing the withholding feature in the tax Reform ?� Fennema called the sales tax feature the heart of the Bill and added the chamber has championed for it. He said enact ment would help ease unemployment and Benefit Industrial growth. State legislature adjourns jackets cuban citizens. The . Coast guard has Border Between East and West however the Hijacker of the held the ship since then. A Berlin saturday at least to the1 Eastern airlines Electra was court order to take Over the germans. The Border closing was a lightning response to a directive from soviet Russia and her East bloc partners for a of reliable watch and effective control to Stop the refugee flood from East Germany. West Berlin customs first reported the main crossing Point at Brandenburg Gate was closed. A Othey have shut it tight said an officer. A cars cannot go through in either direction no pedestrians ?� latest West Berlin Headquarters said the entire Border was closed. Service halted service was halted on the elevated rail line run by the communists which links East and West Berlin and is the main line for escaping refugees As Well As East Berlin commuters who work in West Berlin. The communists also were halting cars and pedestrians police said. A Oil to sorry but you Tell have to ring off a a police inspector said to a reporter who called. A owe need All Telephone lines urgently for official ?� an associated press reporter drove a car with Allied military License plates through the Brandenburg Gate however. This May mean the Border closing applies Only to germans not foreigners. A communist officer told the reporter there were no special orders As far As the reporter was concerned. An East German broadcast said a peace Loving West berliners would be allowed to go through. But the East German regime said it was setting up a Frontier around West Berlin a Oas is Normal on the Border Between Sovereign ?� the Western Powers maintain that the communists have no right to do this that agreements Between Russia and the West guarantee free movement within the City. Non working Day it remained to be seen what the communist measures a applied on a non working Day a pictures Page 6 when the figure reached 74,560.jwas the braves cubs baseball it it ulc a Milwaukee up a Excel the Only disappointment Reg game where Warren Spahn Lent weather pushed attendance ter a was n the turnout for pitched his 300th Victory. In each Day. During the Day saturday at the Drew Only 2 775 to the grand we Ideal weather predicted it also remained to be seen a journal Elmr photo hang on mates a Tilting to the port Side saturday was the Cruiser cum Shaw one of More than 30 vessels participating in a Racine yacht club regatta. Crew members shown Are John Dollester headless at left Mary scharding a former miss Goodwill and Don Dally sailing instructor at the club. T he cum Shaw owned and skippered by or. Robert s. Wright finished ninth in the Cruiser division. See Story in today to sports Section. See 800,000 attendance possible at state fair Wisconsin state fair to 61,-150, about 5,000 More than at stand where capacity is 14,-612. However the big attractor today and a 150-mile late what would be the reaction in Model Stock car race scheduled turn to Page 2, col. 6 for the track in front of the Jerant stand authorities braced themselves for a huge influx of fair goers. Dairy Day saturday was Dairy Day an event especially enjoyed by Madison a up a Wiscon-1 them trouble in hectic closing sin to legislators their patience hours. When it became apparent the Bill after it won Senate approval Velo ments Senate republicans and dem tended Early showing in the Tion in Milwaukee Friday night second Day of the 1960 annual show and exposition. Reported the pm fi8ure was �?5 hungarians the fair is in its 111th year. And the attendance saturday � topped in in i it led officials to predict that Thel Budapest Hungary up it children As the tots were pre exposition would draw Well if seated with thousands of ice excess of 800,000 in Ite to Day a neen hungarian Coa min Cream bars it was also West run which ends ?t to. Ers were trapped underground Allis Day honouring the com run mme higher saturday in a pit fire caused by a Unity in which the groundsman electric Cable Short circuit Are located. My Day attendance the National news Agency Mil two youths from each of � a of it highest announced. All of the Bills tabled in of crafts forgot their differences Ute 1958. And saturday to and twelve of the worn thin by a final debate on there could be no com both houses can be brought up and made complimentary was 36,251, men Wisconsin to 72 counties were the honoured for their Dairy Active school bus transportation is sue that mixed politics and re school bus Bill the legislators Promise worked out on the again in the fall session by a speeches before giving demo simple majority vote. Before recessing the Assem cratic sen. Carl Laud of Superior a 30-0 vote of confirmation Bly killed a Senate approved on Bis appointment to a $13,-measure that would have Soo a year on the Industrial Ligion decided saturday near decided to Call it quits and Midnight to recess until oct. Take a rest. 30 tabled Bill the state Assembly and the bus measure would have raised the salary of legislators commission. V Senate Laid Over until the fall forced All school districts to elected in the future $150 a picked by Nelson session the controversial offer transportation to Public month. Legislators now get democratic gov. Gaylord news Page 6 i Nuvi it u to. A school in bus Bill and other and parochial school children that had been giving the Assembly finally tabled missions were running higher Agency Sujit a dam which cities. Top animals from various than the same Day last year Sejd Back flames until Dairy Breeds were put on Dis they were brought unhurt to play. The surface by rescuers. I one of the big attractions the other three Mai added this year is a Model of the Cap were still trapped in Oroszlany Sules in which Navy cmdr mine in the tata District of Alan Shepard and air Force West Hungary. The Agency said rescuers in this Section . And state news pages 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 12 capt. Virgil Grissom launched on sub Orbital were space $300 a month. Nelson picked Lauri for the Quot were drilling a vertical Shaft to fights. The National aeronaut there were thee Early de i turn to pm Joe 2 cot i editorial Page 16 the men. I turn to Page 2, cob 7 Racine area weather mostly sunny today. Partly Cloudy and a Little warmer tonight and monday. High today around 80. Low tonight in upper 50s. Light Westerly winds becoming southerly 5 to 12 . This afternoon. Elsewhere in state mostly sunny Southeast partly Cloudy Northwest today. Partly Cloudy entire state tonight and monday. Chance of isolated thundershowers extreme West tonight or monday. A Little warmer West and North today and entire state tonight and monday. High today 75 to 82 East and 80�? West. Low tonight 56 to 64

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