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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 20, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Racine sunday bulletin aug. 8, 1061 Sec. I Page 4 went into seclusion Whan she Learned of the tragedy. The Accident happened in Clear weather just after night fall along a straight stretch of the Canadian National railways main line. The crossing was marked by a White signal Post hut no hell or flashing signal. Train rams car,7 in family die dug Ald ?"mpj�?"a 31-7, Patricia Ann 6, and Deborah year old father and his six Kim 3. Young children were killed tors. Walleyn who was at when their automobile and an Home at the time of the crash express train collided at a crossing near this station 18 Miles East of Winnipeg. No one on the train was Hurt. The crash occurred about a mile from where a two train collision took 31 lives 14 years ago. Killed in the crash were an tone Walleyn St. Boniface Man., his son Gerald Michael 5. And his daughters Karen camellia 9, Lynne 8, Maureen Ivery Wiik Mori Peou Ria. Lizi they can rely on Roto rooter for opining sink lines. Floor drains and sanitary links. Dial me 4-6169 journal times want ads bring results they smile parents Only Hope a Mary and Marlene 17-month-old identical twins of or. And mrs. John Ehrmantraut of new town n.d., smiled happily for a photographer accenting the grief of their parents who map wire photo have Learned the youngsters Are afflicted with cystic fibrosis. There is now no known cure for the disease and the children face death unless medical research can out Speed death. Evangelism is not the but it s effective says Graham worldwide evangelism he has a record for a week Long Cam conducted for 13 years. Pain. He has been to in 115 such a oin the open air a he said. ,. J. Campaigns preaching before a owe have found that we get a 1 s proved historically Sorne 30 million people and re greater number of unchurched cording nearly 900,000 a ode people. I done to know the Rea visions for Christ a or converts son. Maybe they done to want Philadelphia Mission to be hemmed .in.�?� he added this afternoon the Billy a from convention Hall we Tell Graham evangelistic team will never be Able to reach the begin a month Long greater masses of ?� Philadelphia crusade at con seeks the unchurched mention Hall. It will be his 35th the unchurched Are a pro major preaching Mission in this Mary target a those who have country. No Church background those the auditorium seats about who have their names on the 14,000. Graham Hopes it will Rolls but remain passive. Be filled to overflowing. If the the 42-year-old ordained Hall cannot accommodate the Baptist said a of have no magic crowds tentative plans Call for to bring. But i believe there is a move to the 100,000-seat Phil Power in the gospel. My Adelphia stadium site of the message is the same As that army Navy football game. I of every Clergyman in to Here in Grahame to most recent Cru to preach the Bible a just the wha berliners feared would la of Minneapolis head Bible. Our message i. Primer. Quarters of his Nond Nomina ily personal because i dont not War but a steady Tiona organization Philadelphia a Pic a mass evangelism has Many deficits. It is not the Ideal. Effective the Rev. William Franklin Billy Graham d.d., was discussing with reporters the Salami tactics being used by German reds by Leon Dennen newspaper enter Rue analyst Bonn a Nea a this is happen nibbling away at their Freedom. Ily personal he believe you can build a better preached outdoors to More than world until you have better by closing West Berlin to the 40,000 persons nightly and set men East berliners and East germans in flagrant violation of soviet Western agreements. Premier Nikita Khrushchev to puppets have resorted to a Salami tactics a demoralizing an enemy step by step As one cuts a sausage slice by slice. Allied personnel and even West germans Are still free to visit East Berlin but East berliners Are now compelled to remain behind the barbed wire erected by the communists. Award for aiding orphans was a hoax woman admits Pasadena Calif. A Oit was All a hoax is to blame but me a. Inez Miller said tearfully. A of done to know. I done to know Why i ?� for a few Days miss Miller. Up a i helping orphans and Young nobody artists to study Art in Mexico City and Paris. This philanthropy was financed by sales of her paintings which she said had been on display in museums throughout the nation. Why she continue working As a receptionist for so a a,36, an office worker hads last German underground backed the add ration of reports to socialist leaders in car Bonn say that if Khrushchev = Winner of an Imp to it so w imaginary Winner of an imag off miss Miller had an an Inary $20,000 award. Ser. She had told friends she had All her earnings from paint won the a Victor Hugo award to to of and East Germany to Walter u1 Bricht get away with this a nibble a their next More will be to Ings went to help others she said and she used her slim impose a tight ban on All travel of he French Academy and communications Between Art a for of and non Ansami i Al l l the two berlins. Helping orphans and earnings As a receptionist for accomplished fact thus if the Summit meeting for which the Western Ambas announced thursday miss Mii times published her admission Sadorus Are now negotiating in Jer t0d this Story that it was All a hoax. Moscow finally took place for 10 years she had Cerv records checked Inez Miller s fanciful world aspiring artists. Sale of paintings when the a of award was first the Pasadena City recreation department to support herself. Saturday the los Angeles Powers ends his 1st year in russian prison Moscow a Pic Francis Gary Powers Pilot of the u2, completed his first full year in prison saturday with nobody knowing for sure How he is getting on or his prospects for release. He was sentenced aug. 20. Last year to to years a deprivation of Liberty for spying. The first three were to be served i prison the remainder in a labor Camp. Imprisoned at Vladimir about too Miles East of mos cow Powers is said to be working in a paper shop making envelopes. Requests ignored at the . Embassy All that could be Learned was that repeated requests to see Powers had been ignored. The foreign office accepts the requests then gives no reply. The last request was made about month ago. In the United states Barbara Powers wife of the Pilot said two weeks ago she had received an indication in a letter from her husband that he might be transferred from the prison to a labor Camp in about three months. Embassy officials had no in formation to support that but seemed somewhat dubious. Would go to Russia mrs. Powers has indicated she would come to Russia to be with her husband at least for a time on his Transfer from prison to the labor Camp. Russian prison regulations Are relatively lenient when a prisoner has been transferred to a labor Camp. His wife May be allowed to stay with him in a private Cabin for Severa Days. So far As is known no Ameri can has seen Powers since members of his family were allowed to talk to him privately immediately after his sentence started crumbling the times said after a fellow worker checked employment records Hungary gives Gagarin Khrushchev would be in a position to confront the allies with in accomplished fact. Sex High court judge there la now doubt that the a slight la improved desperate Ulbricht persuaded 9 / r eur and Learned that she had been Khrushchev to take the risk new Albany ind. A in Pasadena not Paris in 1955 i acc Gutlon Gamble when the German com a Sherman Minton 70, retired As she had said. Budapest Hungary of a Monist visited Moscow aug. 3. Supreme court Justice a a search in France failed soviet cosmonaut Yuri a according to East German re was reported a slightly in to turn up a Trace of Theja Arin arrived Here saturday to ports to Bonn Khrushchev proved but not out of danger to Tjw French Academy of ?�be received by hundreds ruled out any suggestion of today in St. Edward s Hospital. And no one seemed to have thousands of cheering Flower russian troops directly inter Minton who has lived Here heard of the a Victor Hugo throwing citizens vening to help Ulbricht Cut off a retirement since 1956, ?� either. Heads of state and leading the flow of refugees to the feed a cerebral Haemorrhage was any part of miss Mil politicians including Nikita West. Thursday night while recover Lerz to Story True had she Ever Khrushchev have visited Here Bur the run dirt. It Kje tar Rorn an an a fracture at painted or helped any Tai in recent years but none has i j to Hospital. Enter Young person received such a tumultuous a nurse reported he had a you can believe what you Welcome. He will take part in soviet Premier reluctantly kt0 spent a rest night and no want to believe a said miss close the escape route with his longer needed an oxygen , own i ast German forces. Is Sim urge caution bonnets Contact men with the East German anti red underground fear that closing the Access to West Berlin May bring the already tense mood of the East German population to the boiling Point. They urge the East germans not to revolt. A socialist Leader in close touch with the anti reds told me. A Oit would be Only another massacre is in june 1953. Even desperate men cannot fight communist guns and tanks with Bare arms while the West does nothing to help them. A and on the other hand a revolt would give Ulbricht an excuse to Seal off East Belliii from West Berlin completely. Hungary to Constitution Day Celebration today. Convict curls up with Good books a enjoys his Best week in Michigan prison Jackson Mich. A a Pic convict Mike Gisondi was quite Well set up for his eight Days of hiding in big Southern Michigan state prison. When guards discovered his hideout in the prison Cannery they made this inventory of items a 12-Inch knife instant Coffee powdered milk cold pills Nail clippers soap towels Candy bars bread cheese spread Jam pencils foot powder socks Combs a Drill set a Salt Shaker and a flashlight. The 31-year-old lifer also had three prison Library books one by German los opher Frederick Nietz Efie Gisondi an escape artist in prison for a Holdup murder disappeared aug. To. There was a statewide Alert for him. Neighbor states also were alerted guards found him when they noticed an electric Light Cord extending from a ceiling fixture to a pile of packing boxes. Behind the boxes Gisondi was sipping a cup of Coffee he had made by putting a hot wire into the cup. He gave up quietly. Gisondi has been in and out of prison Over a period of years. Before being placed in solitary confinement he said Quot this is the Best week i Ever spent in prison in my whole life. I enjoyed it thoroughly. Oar Bunek to school clothing and accessories Are better than Ever shop monday 9 30 . To 9 00 . 4 completely washable Back to school items for boys i. Colton poplin jacket a number one requisite for every school going Young Man. Flannel lined washable Cotton poplin jacket grow cuff. Pewter Blue Tan. 6-20. M 98 2. Crew neck sweater keeps its shape for every kind of school Wear. Orlon acrylic Crew neck sweater. Red White charcoal Olive. 6-20. 4i98 3. 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