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

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20 Aug 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 20, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Crash kills 5 in family by the associated press five members of a farm family including the parents and three of their eight children were injured fatally saturday night when their pickup truck crashed into the aide of the North Western railway to crack 400 passenger train near Menomonie in Dunn county. Dunn county authorities identified the dead As Ernest a. Yarnall 39. Mrs. Fem Yarnall wife of Ernest 36. Ronald 5, Jeffrey 8 and William 9, All children of the Yamalis. Five other children five other Yarnall children were at the family farm Home near Osseo in Trempealeau county when the Accident happened. Osseo is about 50 Miles South of the Accident scene. Crew members of the train said the Yarnall truck crashed into the Side of the locomotive at a crossing four Miles East of Menomonie. The crash ripped the truck apart. Some pieces were found too Yards away. Mrs. Yar tum to Page 2, col. 7 Titov forecasts new space feats Moscow a a spaceman Gherman Titov said saturday night new soviet feats in space exploration Are imminent. In a Home service broadcast Over Moscow radio Titov said the time is not far off when Quot Long living artificial satellites of the Earth will become a reality. He said these flights would be followed by Moon expeditions and that they would Lead in turn to the Conquest of Venus Mars and other planets. Cheering w. Berliners Hail Johnson s arrival Juk welcomes Dillon repeats Aid Bill Appeal Washington Asp a president Kennedy renewed his Appeal to the Congress saturday for his Long Range foreign Aid proposals which have come under attack on Capitol Hill. The president voiced his Appeal at a special White House ceremony marking the return of secy of the Treasury Douglas Dillon from the inter american Alliance for Progress conference in Uruguay. Discarding a prepared text Kennedy repeated earlier pledges of fullest co operation Kenosha coast guardsmen Rescue 4 after Sloop tips Kenosha top a members of the . Coast guard station Here made a daring Rescue in rough seas saturday of four occupants of a Sloop that capsized in Lake Michigan. The 18-foot Craft capsized As High winds whipped up six foot Waves about ll/2 Miles East of the Kenosha Harbor. Coast guardsmen were alerted by a Man who saw the Accident from Shore. They sent out a crash boat that picked up All four sailors Only two of them were wearing life jackets. One of the boat to occupants Bill Schmitz 20, Kenosha received a minor Bruise when his leg was pinched Between the coast guard boat and the Sloop during the Rescue. He was taken to Kenosha Hospital. The other three occupants were not injured. They Are Robert Hampel 47, his Daugh ter Jennie 16, and Tom Wells 17. All Are from Kenosha. Attempts to recover the Craft immediately were stymied when its Mast snapped off after a rope was thrown around it. By the United states in the economic and social development of hemisphere nations. The president walked out to the South Lawn of the White House to Greet Dillon and other members of the u. S. Delegation to the conference in Punta Del Este Uruguay. Rusk present the president was accompanied by Sec. Of state Dean Rusk chairman j. W. Ful Bright of the Senate foreign relations committee and other members of Congress and White House officials. Kennedy opened the Brief welcoming ceremonies in the White House Rose Garden by saying Quot we want to express our very great satisfaction to members of the u. S. Delegation Quot for their most effective and successful work at the Punta Del Este conference. I believe this conference is one of the most important events in our foreign policy activities in the past six months and we Are All hopeful that it offers More for the future in a better life for the people of the hem ?� stand behind commitments he said Dillon had represented the United states at other National gatherings but he thought his work at Punta turn to Page 2, col. 5 us. Battle unit heading toward threatened City Helmstedt Germany a up a a . Army Battle group of 1,500 men arrived at the Iron curtain Border Early today on their Road March to reinforce the american Garrison in Berlin. Vice pres. Lyndon b. Johnson strode briskly by West Berlin policemen who turned out to Welcome him at Tempelhof Airport saturday. Berlin a a it a West berliners took Lyndon b. Johnson to their hearts saturday in a nato forces slate Maneu vers Paris a up a Gen. Lauris Norstad supreme Allied commander in Europe announced saturday that Allied forces under his command will carry out Maneu vers to test land sea and air defences next month. The Maneu vers known As Quot exercise checkmate a will be in the european area. The Maneu vers Are one of a series of annual exercises for forces assigned to the North Atlantic treaty organization. Nato defences. They will be conducted in the nato area. Officers said the Maneu vers have been planned for some time and have no connection with any crisis in Germany. Here comes the Bride when the gang at Lakeview playground found out their director Mary Ann Foertsch of 439 Romayne ave., was getting married next saturday they staged a wedding of their own Complete with Bride Groom and wedding party. Above Ann Dacquisto 13, of 1716 Michigan Boulevard and Bob Becker la of 2811 n. Main st., after the mock ceremony presented miss Foertsch and her Fiance James Hanson of 737 Orchard st., with a Lily decorated ailing pin a journal tum photo downpour dims air attendance Milwaukee a up a the Wisconsin state fair blessed by More than a week with a Tavo Rable weather was hit by i downpour saturday Dampen no Hopes for an All time rec it re attendance. However manager Willard Vlas Terson said that predicted Ood weather for the remain Ier of the weekend could push the total close to the 800,000 Mark which had been the announced goal for 1961. Despite the drenching Rains saturday morning nearly 50,- >00 persons paid their Way into the West Allis grounds. This was the final weekend of the 10-Day exposition. Major matures today will be the 200-mile big car race and the Ina performance of the Roy Rogers show in the grand stand. Saturday was armed forces Day highlighted by displays of military equipment. Crowds flocked around exhibits of National guard tanks trucks helicopters and rocket launchers. A major attraction was an exhibit of Navy missiles including the Polaris which can be launched from a submerged submarine. Also on View was a full scale Model of the space capsule in which two astronauts have taken sub Orbital flights. The 440th troop Carrier Wing stationed at Milwaukee to general Mitchell Field provided a radio station Over which fair goers could Send turn to Page 6, col. I a of wire photo retired Gen. Lucius b. Clay Center addressed West berliners saturday. Vice president Johnson right and West Berlin mayor Willie Brandt listened. Clay was . Military commander in Berlin during the 1948-49 Airlift. Shes a real Princess now chaps Cockney baby gets Blue blood Moniker tumultuous emotional Welcome to the . Vice president As a Symbol of american to pledge they will remain free. Johnson in turn told the cheering berliners that they Are linked solidly to the free world and to All people Quot who live in Freedom and Are prepared to fight for ?� he predicted the communists will fail to keep Germany divided. As Johnson spoke a crack 1,500-Man Battle group of the a. 8th infantry division in West Germany headed for Berlin to reinforce the communist encircled City to 5,000-Man american Garrison. British unit meanwhile a train carrying 18 British troop carriers and 16 scout cars arrived in Ber British officers said the train had no difficulty with the reds during the 110-mile run. The officers said no More British troops Are expected for the time being. The French announced its armed forces in West Germany and West Berlin would be strengthened soon but gave no figures. In a speech to an applauding West Berlin City parliament Johnson declared the communists Are Quot trying to in Ose barbed wire bayonets and tanks against the Force of history in the divided City. Personal pledge he gave the parliament pres i d e n t Kennedy to personal pledge that the Freedom of Berlin and Access to the City will be maintained. He made the speech after Landing by plane in overcast drizzly weather on a presidential Mission to boost German morale in the face of communist restrictions on travel of East germans to West Berlin. Perhaps a million of West berlins to 21 million people turned out to Greet the handshaking baby kissing texan. Hundreds of thousands showed up for a handkerchief waving Welcome that stretched for Miles through the streets and ended in a roaring Salute in the jammed City Hall Square. Johnson referred to the troop guarded barbed wire Concrete Walls and planking that the communists have installed since last sunday to Stem the Westward flow of East German refugees. Quot lift your eyes from these barriers a he urged Quot and ask turn to Page 2, col. I Racine area weather in this Section world . And state news pages 2, 3, 4,7, 8, 9, to local 0 to London a up a want to be a Princess a genuine enough to sign your name that Way on a Bank Check come to England. Mrs. Patricia h u c k e 11 decided to give her baby daughter a fast Start on Britain to social ladder. Quot i want her Christian name to be Princess a she announced to shocked officials at the Register office. Neither mrs. Huckett nor her husband an sex Boxer who works in a grocery store have any pretensions to Royal blood. The family Home is in a tenement studded Cockney District of South London. Quot you can to Call her that a officials told mrs. Huckett. She asked Why not. Quot it s a title not a name a they said uncertainly. A othe child will Only be laughed at when she grows ?� but mrs. Hucks 21, was i Ketu Adamant. A Check with higher authority showed there was no Law against it. So the 3-month-old baby went Down on the books As Princess Belinda Huckett. Mrs. Huckett said she got the idea from her father. Quot he said he knew a Chap with the Christian name lord. When they went on a plane to Switzerland everybody was fussing around this ?� fair with no important temperature changes today. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer. High today mid 70s. Low tonight near 50. Northerly winds 8-15, today. Elsewhere in Wisconsin fair and no important temperature changes today. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer. High today mostly in the 70 s. Low tonight 48-56. Northerly ends 8-15 today. 4vol 39, no. 33. Racine wis., sunday August 30, 1961 74 ?"-6 ?"20 cents the

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