Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
3 Dec 1961

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3 Dec 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 3, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Portugal ousts 4 methodist . Clerics Lisbon Portugal a a Portugal saturday ordered the expulsion of four american methodist missionaries on charges they a connived with groups of terrorists in the strife torn portugese West african territory of Angola. The missionaries were arrested in Angola sept. 5 and brought to Lisbon for further investigation. They Are the Rev. Windell Lee Golden of Rockford ii local 244 who attended a the Rev. Ernest Edwin be special meeting saturday relict or of t Vino inn i it May journal times photo tries danish role English born mayor Humble reviewed the danish lines he spoke saturday night in a play sponsored by the commander of knights Templar at the masonic Temple. Mrs. Florence Harnett checking the mayor s Black dyed Mustache wrote and directed the Story of danish life and customs in Racine near the turn of the Century. George harms Kenneth Bergan and Hertel Saugman also looked at the script. Humble memorized the danish lines which had him newly arrived in Racine unable to speak English and wearing a ticket heading him for the Mitchell Wagon works. Massey Ferguson local votes to accept firms final offer reveal 6 Trujillo slayers May attempt to to dec Eaf later were assassinated from Dirksen Santo Domingo do them to a scheduled re enact a brother in Law of Rafael jr.,. Sanchez Rubirosa an Washington a Pic minivan Republic a up a six ment of the killing of Trujillo and col. Gilberto Sanchez aide to Rafael jr., is a Nephew Adlai Stevenson disclosed men held in the assassination May 30 was ambushed by Rubirosa the statement said of Playboy Diplomat Porfirio saturday he is considering a of dictator Generalissimo unidentified assailants. Three both the colonels also have Rubirosa and brother of pm race for the Illinois Senate Rafael Leonidas Trujillo have police guards were said to left the country. The com Esto Sanchez Rubirosa vice seat now held by Everett m. Themselves been assassinated have been killed in the am Munique said every Effort will president of the official do Dirksen the republicans the government declared sat Bush. Be made to extradite any per minivan party. Senate Leader urday night. A communique issued Hyson involved. The investigation also emerging from a White the attorney general a of atty. Gen. Porfirio Soria said two police officials at the showed a important Particia House meeting with president fice said two close associates an investigation showed the prison have already been a ration in the alleged slaying Kennedy the . Amassa of Gen. Rafael l. Trujillo jr.,purported ambush was a not rested in the Case. They Are of the prisoners by a phys Dor t0�?T the United nations son of the late dictator Nave a question of escape As has maj. Dante Minervino known Cian identified As or. Federico told no we Man Mavor Richard ithe order that led to the mys been pretended but an Assas to Many dominicans As Quot the a Cabral the communique j. Sally of Chicago had asked serious disappearance of the siltation wherein the victims and . Francisco said. Him t0 make the race i six nov. 18. Were not on y the detainees Antonio mane Tejeda. The attorney general a of-1 the Iii Joni . An official statement Given but those acting As Playboy s Nephew fice reported Leon Estevez d t i democratic a few Days after the men Dis parting act i col. L Eon Estevez mar and Sancho Rubirosa a appeared said they had is friends and relatives of ried to Angelita Trujillo was to get the prisoners removed leaped after a bus carrying missing men have inspector general of the army. Turn to Page 2, col. I a a a charged that the reported am a a a a. Bush was a screen for the Savl amp is svs serve u a. I indictment los who have been forced to leave the country. The communique said the order for the six to be taken from the National prison to Yonkers n y. A us a Thomas j. Lunney of on red party Leader will make his decision known before the end of this month. Stevenson acknowledged he discussed the matter with the president and indicated Kennedy had advised him what he should do. But Stev Lenson said he did not think he should say what the chief executive told him. New seeks third term Stevenson 61, was governor of Illinois 1949-53 and in a majority of the nearly Industrial relations chief in the North american parts the assassination scene came.200 members of Racine Law Racine said the agreement operation warehouse Here. Trom the office of Rafael jr.,1 us. Communist party Sec York said would be signed monday negotiations in behalf Oca Day after the government t us lad was served saturday John j. Not Manhattan w morning. 11he 340-member Union began announced he had left this is night with a copy of the fed attorney who will represent successfully opposed Republic Mactor of t pain Nunn we a a. ,. I 340 members late in september. Its Mem land nation. He is now in eral indictment of the party the party in the pending Liti ran Dwight d. Eisenhower Foi Marion Wachi Nonn u v a Mon in v j accept a contract was said by hers have been working with Paris. P r refusal to Register As an station said lit action was of Charleston s c and Fred Ferguson a inc Quot use Olsen to be similar to one in out a formal contract since a the order was handed per agent of the soviet simply a summons for the Erick Clarke a Brancel of end effect at m Deavor wis. Mall Lliter Ici Uhl ill uric d in ii Lea i Viiu ill Bill lev cd i he i Uci wcl3 i id 11 i Vii i i n if a Detroit pro 20 Day Extension of the last tonally to police chief Marco Hall accepted the service organization to Ltd appear increases benefits duet on facilities but tailored three year agreement expired Antonio Jorge Moreno by from a . Deputy marshal 0urt a Washington at next for the presidency in 1952 and 1956. Kennedy named him . Ambassador Early this the overseas ministry an a Stephen Olsen president of to the needs of employees at nov. 20. Bounced the expulsion order in local said the the pack climaxing Long diplomatic ne-a8e provides for an 8 cent got nations Between the por hour a wave increase spread Puguese and . Govern evenly Over the last two years merits. I of a three year contract with. The first 4 cent increase of Clandestine meetings be calve in november. 1962, the foreign ministry also and the second a year later issued a note declaring in the contract also includes vesti gation showed that the i improved supplemental in four a connived with groups of employment pension and i terrorists took part in clan Durance benefits and a num Destine meetings of a Politi Jer of contract language Cal nature helped and or changes Gani Zed the flight of Portu w. R. Meams chief Guese students abroad tried bargaining agent for the to lure people to join in ter company and personnel and a wrists activities and used a their Mission Headquarters a c for the printing and Dis Tribu Wooldr Lluc s Secretary Tion of subversive a arrested by Fri a Congo based african re 4. Port against Portugal broke related Story Page 1 out in Angola last Spring with Boston a it pm miss an ensuing heavy loss of life. Mildred Paperman Secretary the overseas ministry of millionaire industrialist statement said a Superior Bernard g o i d f i n a was overseas judiciary Council arrested on a probation Viola report on the Case described Tion charge saturday night the missionaries As a serious by Fri and internal Revenue by compromised in terrorist agents in her Brookline a partner vines in the province it ment Angola which were of a Geno warrants charging Viola tidal ution of probation reportedly Are based on Federal claims involving the alleged smuggling of letters in and out of the Federal jail where Gold Fine is confined. Denies accusations Golde i denied Portugal a charges in a talk with newsmen on Landing in London. I was arrested at my Home in Angola last september and taken to a cell in a local prison a he said. A they accused me of affiliation with communism and said i had made statements for the overthrow of the portuguese government. A the charges they made were completely false and i denied them. I spent two weeks in prison and was then flown to Portugal with three other missionaries As prisoners. A we were put in an old fort. It was reasonably comfortable but Well guarded. I was not Minnesota a. Golden gophers were named saturday to meet a clan a Bruins in the Rose bowl on new years Day for Complete details see today s sports Section. Minim t ii in t in in in min Iii mini i via year. Cd. Lull to. Uon a Zow mid take Dirksen. 65 has announced into custody a Quot a Cand Dacy or a third term Halls wife said he was not in the 1962 elections. He was at Home afterwards and Abt eled a a Senate in said the party Secretary ,9� and l95g would not comment on the Stevenson i and Ilette to i newsmen that his White i my i Hui t la #8,. A the indictment was re House Fah Satur Gay want it turned Friday by a r .,.uiar Puma Ray concerned a la the Federal Erand jury. A few it a ifs on of the Senate can hours after the Midnight dead say no this was Man line for registration of the tl0 a a it on a cd a a it p. Party s officers As agents of set in sait. The soviet Union. Of has the officers did not us Register nor had the party can a registered As an Arm of the. I comment soviet when its nov. 20 dead a you know i done to look line fell. Over the Fence at other can Nie deadline tor registry dilates a said Dirksen. If or. Ution of rank and file party Stevenson decides to run he j members is dec 2<>. If they wit run. I have no comment i refuse and Are convicted they to make directly about or. Will be subject to a maximum $10,000 Fine and five years state rep. Paul Simon is imprisonment for each Day of the Only Democrat who has refusal to Register under the announced his candidacy for terms of the internal Security fug party a nomination but Law of 1950 and a recent several others have been men supreme court claims plans for . A arms tinned. Among them Are Paul Powell speaker of the state House of representatives and Chicago businessman Arnold Maremont. The latter is a Friend of Illinois present Little Rok Ark a a democratic governor Otto in sen. A str Ltd a Thurmond Kemer. . A said saturday night another who has been Dis that he has Learned that the cussed As a possible demo defense department a has erotic candidate is Irving dil prepared a paper for the turn lard a former editorial writer Quot its Santa a a Racine area youngsters gathered to get a Good look at Santa Claus saturday As he made one of hrs first appearances this year. Santa and his Reindeer were in a Parade Down main 6th and 7th its. Saturday. Santa s final trip of do gear will he made three weeks from tonight. Ling Over of our nuclear weep for the ohs to the United Patch he did not give any source for till report but said such ii step a would be a terrible Blunder and under no circumstances should the people of this country i or submit to it St. Louis Post Dis . Glad Castro at last admits red ties in this Section world . And state news pages .2, 3, 8, 9, Roll editorial. Page 12 Kennedy to travel to Virginia today Washington a Cpl �?1 president Kennedy will join his family today at Glen Ora their least Hunt country views estate near Middleburg a j Kennedy plans to leave the White House by helicopter Adlai e. Stevenson u sum Washington a Ltd it a about the facts of the Situa was attached to Castro Sec . Officials seemed pleased lion but it is Good to have enunciation of the personality support at saturday that Fidel Castro Castro himself on record Rule he now practices in cd fart i to Smith is air bad at Long last admitted he a in the past Castro has a1 a. Bassadore to Aba when c e is a marxist leading Cuba ways gone into a prolonged policy i Tro seized Power said a i to deeper and deeper into com spell of convulsive cackling. This it was explained not Lieve the president and the monism. Like a frightened Hen in Fry Only follows tee policy line administration have be a this confession Quot one sex ing to drown out the truth of Laid Down by the recent com aware for some time that c pert on cuban affairs com his real feelings in a torrent Monist party conference in Tro is a communist Quot Mats Here As an admission by1 saturday before the president rented a actually represents of words Quot Moscow hut could indicate a i Ain glad that he has Castro himself that he has left for the army Navy foot local news. Page s nothing new or startling particular significance Castro is making a desperate come out in the open Quot Smith turn to Page 2, col. 6 Ball game in Philadelphia. Publicly up j j o ,7�?� forthright communism a in Bassadore to the United a by ado lion of what Tams will go with him. Id before a was re Kennedy and Stevenson hemisphere Diplo talked for about an hour Racine area weather c Loudy today and monday log this morning. Chance of rain monday. High today mid 40s. Low tonight upper 30$. Light variable winds becoming southeasterly 8-14 this afternoon. Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy. Little temperature change today with considerable fog this morning. Cloudy tonight and monday with Chance of ram monday. Turning colder Northwest portion late monday High today 35-42 North 42 50 Sou tit Low tonight 32-39. The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 48.Racine, wis., sunday december 3, 1961 78 pages�?5 sections�?20 cents Adlai considering 62 Senate race

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