Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
5 Feb 1961

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5 Feb 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 5, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 32, no. , wis., sunday february 5, 1961 86 pages�?6 sections�?20 cents ton soviet sputnik orbiting successfully heavy snows paralyse Northeast list 70 dead new York snowfall new satellite heaviest Ever sent into space massive a wire photo Home at the White House president and mrs. Kennedy brought their children Home to live at the White House saturday after the pair accompanied by a nurse flew to Snow Clad Washington from Palm Beach Fla. Caroline 3, stopped to touch a snowman on the White House Lawn top. She gestured toward her 2-month-old brother John jr., Bottom As tile family prepared to enter their residence. A wire photo Frank w. Mcculloch Elpaso Texas a sounds like a breathing like a heart beating a were picked up saturday night on the sputnik radio band by prof. John m. Sharp Elpaso Ham radio operator who has monitored satellite radio signals since the first artificial Moon went up. Sharp described the new sputnik s sound emissions As a completely different from others sent up by the russians. Russ approve delay in talks on a Tesi ban Washington a Ltd it a the soviet government agreed saturday to president Kennedy a proposal for a six weeks delay in negotiations on a treaty to ban nuclear weapon tests. Kennedy has started a restudy of u. S. Test ban policy. The Moscow action though perhaps a bit slow was accepted Here As another Ges Ture of co operation with the new u. S. Administration. But in another development officials found evidence that the Washington Moscow diplomatic honeymoon dating from Kennedy s inauguration is Likely to be Short lived. Rap Kennedy message this development was the publication in a soviet Magazine life abroad of Sharp criticism of Kennedy a state of the Union message last monday. The indication is that Premier Nikita Khrushchev and his advisers regard the new Era of better feeling Between the leaders of the two great Powers As an Opportunity to try to wring concessions from the United states rather than a a longest deep freeze on record in some places lights were out More than the previous 62.5 buried the a state of emergency was for a time in 12.000 Homes and inches set in 1947-48. Northeast saturday immobile a med in new York City. At Montauk Point Lighthouse. But Snow was a Lifesaver for and for the first time private the Point s six coast guards 4-year-old Andrew Leary who my cities blocking highways aut0 traffic was barred from men shifted to auxiliary Power fell from a sixth floor apart disrupting Commerce and vital the streets in an a precedent to warn ships passing that land ment window in Union City. Services. De move mayor Wagner or Mark at the Eastern trip of n.j., but suffered Only minor deaths from the storm a dered police to Stop All but Long Island. Injuries because he landed in double pronged giant that essential vehicles such As travel banned a Snowbank. Rolled in from the West and buses food and fuel trucks and a i i metropolitan airports up from the South on winds doctors on Call. Travel was banned in Nassau were shut Down hitting /5 Miles an hour other communities took and Suffolk counties so it climbed past to. Similar action As hundreds of was 1 important that for a emergency proclaimed abandoned autos some of them time state police could t get ill a i emergency proclaimed heir qut of the Barrack i i i i Quot i q a Wipf Moscow it to the head up to 30 inches of new Snow plows see them. At Riverhead. Ambulances in Mill Swift cd Yvo j i ii est space satellite Ever Lell in upstate new York. Pil blocked streets and highways a number of cases crawled to launched a sent up by the so ing atop heavy Falls Nom ear Corning and Bath in new hospitals behind Snow lows. Viet Union a orbited the Earth Lier snows unmelted dining the Yorkus Southern tier above the Brooklyn 1,000 motorists i la i i d e every 89.8 minutes saturday. Pennsylvania Border reported to Sll cd. On Quot quote Parkway to Mvubu l old the launching of the seven 21, feet of Snow. I hey abandoned cars and w ton sputnik announced by few cars move i forged ahead on foot or Board. Moscow radio did not Sav new York City measured de Trie occasional uses mat Washington a up it a in 1929 from the Harvard Law whether an animal or Man was 17 1 inches when the Snow tap Aeq Hemd Snow scrapers president Kennedy saturday school and became Active a aboard. Ered off at Nightfall. Mayor i no Gnout much or me social settlement work he in Fin main Ermine. A Wagner a order on private East. A he new Snow was critic chose Frank w. Mcculloch. Has Bachelor it a a w at a Colorado Quot Quot a a cold a transportation was largely�1 because it came on the ministrative assistant to sen. Williams col Ege in 1926. Academic by that time. Few heels of a record cold spell. 16 Paul h. Douglas d ill., to be cars could move anyway Days of unbroken below Zero chairman of the National la Quot the City had 12.000 men try temperatures in Albany for Bor relations Board Council for so is broadcast signals of some inn to Aptt the streets with example the same number of �.��, a terrific Challenge and Rea 01 drop casting signals of some my to Clear me streets with he Law for Tnp in new 11 s a the Quot no �?zal5ile1, Cia action of the co Grega sort. 2.500 pieces of equipment. But Days below freezing new a t Honor Mcculloch Church a Post there Are 6.000 Miles of streets Lorn in. Said and the task looked overwhelming. Not counting the a. A., a. New storm. New York City a1 airy hit 33 in new York City. Cause in be enjoy working with member of the regional of the launching ready has spent $12 million the old record of 15 Days was Paul and Admire a labor Board and in lj4b to a this Winter on Snow removal established 80 years ago. J Harvard graduate Nassau and Suffolk counties As night came the storm my Riwk Law u on Long Island were partial still battered Southern be in Chicano after his graduation pc pm Cash a Early hard hit. A stinging wind England but apparently had piled drifts As High Asio feet headed to sea dealing Maine. Only a glancing mow. I o i in pc but Rhode Island got 16 a Lull is Viv when a City inches parts of Massachusetts learns that it will lose 1,800 a nuts pins several feet deep jobs How does it respond Manv Connecticut cities were Nat Rad to find out How Muskegon poetically isolated. Enema mich., reacted see the Story continued cold and. Winds were forecast for the saturday agreed in principle to Northeast in the storm s Wake Pool their resources in a Majo Jabor welfare and other tasks set for the launching of throughout the storm Bat drive to create a new economic je�?zjsatj0n these duties put the satellite have been car tired Region ranging from the pow Eruna fre Louch with ried out Quot the announcement Carolinas northward and into a Resolution adopted by eco be Edv added. The Central states transport nomic experts of the 12 new Mcculoch. A native of Evan previous space ships lion was crippled and slowed republics after a week Long a Mamed and has tw0 launched by the soviet space Many Power lines were out of meeting in the senegalese Capi a it and 5 scientists were in the five ton commission and Normal a Tai called for efforts to create ask chairman it Mcculloch re class. Tivi ties disrupted. A West african economic com Ujj Leedom who win last May 15 a space ship was eases elsewhere in u n i t y covering 25 million remain on Tjie Board. Leedom. Launched to test the separation however the weather Gen pople and about one fifth of an Eisenhower administration of the capsule from its car really eased except in the the continent. Appointee still has four years her for return to Earth on sir a t. twelve a r e malagasy remaining of his current term. Nal. It carried a Dummy the in an april 4 referendum the top administrative personnel he ,. St Jim Madagascar Senegal Central size of a Man inside a Cabin merger will go into effect on the Board also probably will in Civ weeks for much of this african Republic Gabon Mau 33 in Manhattan a i will leave Here the sen but late in the Day the Mer ate with mixed feelings be spokesman for the North american air defense command in 1935, Mcculloch was said its monitoring stations had named Industrial relations Sec traced the new sputnik which the White House revealed he held until 1946. Saturday that president Ken in world War ii he was a Nedy was told late Friday night became director of the labor education division of Roose caught up to 12 inches with Bioc Ltd it Tass statement an aide said Kennedy got the . Intelligence report after returning from a movie the-$20,500 a year Ater where he saw he has been aide to Doug the russian announcement Las since 1949. Based on a Tass news Agency the Norb chairmanship is a statement said the sputnik was $20.500-a-year position. On the circling the Earth at an incline Board he will replace Arthur action of 64 degrees 57 minutes Kimball who has been serv reaching 203.5 Miles from Earth ing under a recess appoint at its farthest Point and Corn High twelve former French colonies meet ing to within 138.5 Miles at its on Page 9. Mcculloch has helped Doug closest Las in the drafting and handling a the scientific and technical unified school Board to face Many details june 26, with a new nine Man be faced with finding new cd Timp in the w i a Rita a French Congo re 15 colombian convicts Headquarters for the adminis f a j 16 Days of Subj Quot Chad upper Volta Daj j j escape Effort native s Aff now housed in the i Eeza temperatures the first Homey niger Cameroon and Quot a a City Hall. A j. R. F the Ivory coast. They Are Gen Bogota Colombia a opt among other areas of con that Jong since igbo really pro Western and solidly fifteen convicts were killed Cern for the unified Board new Jersevic the Snow lined up behind France. Saturday trying to escape from its Senf up a number of ant if Nam to net it i i c Mont a f is _ i Honlon c fat r1 a Arni. Arror Niara in can Ort met till. By David Pfankuchen journal times staff unification of Racine City As Art Opportunity to Settle vital and 2 Rural school districts Board to be elected at Large the problems by Mutual would not involve the next Day. The 24 Rural school release of any teaching per districts East of Highway 1-94 authorities said it must be sonnet the chief adm Nistra would thus be joined with the assumed that Khrushchev s tors of he areas to be joined c v school system. Policies Are based on a con Ara agreed i among the boards lined would be establishment of an smashed past rec ords a ,73. The plan Calls for co Ordi arara Cuara prison an ins Titu fiction that soviet Power and unless the unified school Date problems will be selection equitable salary schedule or much fail bringing the seasonal Nal or general economic Cus non for dangerous criminals prestige in relation to those of Dis that is rejected by voters of a superintendent and other turn to Page 6, col. 4 Tota to 63 5 in cues an Inch Torns of Scal and Export policies about 360 Miles from Here. The United states Are now much greater than they once a i 1% of a i were and that he wants to blizzards own boy to Stork Mil t translate this belief into agreements favourable to communist world Aims. A irksome echoes the society Magazine said Kennedy a state of the Union was such a Buzzard that speech contained Quot irksome cold even the Stork make War echoes Quot and showed that any time. A the ruling quarters of the United states have not renounced their old bankrupt to tum to Page 2, col. I that scientists said simulated temperature and space conditions an astronaut would travel in. Animals sent up last aug. 19 the soviet Sci along with police Sno plow Glen Cove pita this Section world . And state news pages .2, 3, 6, 7 local news Page 4 builders Page 9 editorial Page 12 american heritage Sec. 3f Page 12 mrs. Joseph Herbst of Syosset began getting warnings saturday morning that her baby was on the Way. Her husband called police because he feared his own car make it to the Hospital in the piling Snow. Police responded bogged Down called on a Sno plow for help. Then the plow broke Down. Mrs. Herbst was transferred to a second police car. It stuck in a Drift. She finally reached Glen Cove Hospital aboard a second i plow but still ahead of the Stork. Mount Vernon n a Pic there was Snow 20 inches deep outside and a Power failure inside but the wedding went off on schedule saturday. Candles provided the illumination at our lady of Victory Catholic Church. And to replace the Church Organ which operates Only on electricity a Small portable Organ was brought in from t h e adjoining Church school. The newlyweds. Or. And mrs. Albert m. Alfredo said they plan to honeymoon in California and Fia Waii. Downtown Baltimore during the usually traffic teeming evening hours was All but deserted because of the storm. Mals including two dogs Belka Squirrel and Strelka Little Arr Wand announced the dogs were brought Back alive after 24 hours aloft. I last dec. I the dogs Puschel Ika Little Bee and Mushka Little Fly were hurled into turn to Page 2, col. I Racine area weather partly Cloudy Little change in temperature today and tonight. Monday mostly Cloudy. High today near 30. Low tonight near to. Light variable winds today. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy with Little temperature change today and tonight. Monday partly Cloudy North mostly Cloudy South. High today 26 to 33. Low tonight 3 to 12 above

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