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

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12 Feb 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 12, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Tui Dan the Racine journal time s vol. 32, no. 6.Racine, wis., sunday february 12, 1961 72 pages�?6 sections�?20 cents slays i Man allies police in Florida gunfight should t read her publicity Cleburne Texas up a mrs. Blanche Morgan 73, banged up her car severely Friday in a collision at an intersection. Soviets Rebuff France she did it again saturday striking a parked vehicle with her second car. Quot i had just read the newspaper account of the Accident Friday and it made me so nervous i had this other Accident a she said. Miami Beach Fla. A a1 a a Stocky 19-year-old youth posing As a doctor killed a Fontainebleau hotel Security officer wounded another and shot it out with police on Busy Collins ave. Saturday before he was captured unhurt. Police said John Cross of mount Glen Lake Butler n j., killed William Allsopp 55, with six shots in the head and stomach then fled through the lobby and took Lou Behrens 60, hotel fire marshal hostage at gunpoint from the hotel Security office and fled with him in a stolen car. Shot in leg Behrens was shot in the leg during a three Block ride while the two men struggled. President Kennedy talked for Cross surrendered when his vv0 ours saturday with a car skidded to a Stop at the panel of key advisers on Monsarte hotel. Soviet policy. He got a first Cross a 200-Pound Man hand report from ambassador checked into the Fontaine Llewellyn Thompson on by eau five Days ago under Thompson a recent confidential the name of or. Herbert Waters conference with Premier in of Ridgewood n.j., taking a $41-a-Day room. On air attack incident Kennedy aides Eye . Policy toward Russia Washington goes into office Kita Khrushchev. It is now expected that Kennedy and Khrushchev probably will meet for an informal get police said Cross went into acquainted session in a Little the office of credit manager a. More than two months. J. Jordain to Cash a Check. Tue ordain also wanted to ask Pniny to Ljra a Cross about his $300 to $400 Quot a two fold i. To make an initial ex-1 Jordain said he became sus proration at the Summit level vicious and called Al it up. I but not in a Summit con or Jordain was called away to thence _ of Khrushchev Spur. Cashier s window and left All in the has of Sopp with Cross. His policy toward the United Emily Jacobs the hotels so states to find out whether Cia i hostess said she heard there Are possible East West Quot Don to done to agreements Esne Rialls in the Allsopp scream a then he yelled a not a miss Jacobs said a a and the shooting started. I heard one shot and agreements especially in the Field of disarmament. 2. To impress upon Khrushchev in the most emphatic manner that the . Government persistent failure of peace efforts in the Congo and Laos. The United states regards communist support for rebel elements in both places As a major cause of trouble. Thompson was one of four then at least three More and Jug deeply concerned Over the the Man came running out. Dominican Republic expels . Diplomat Washington up a the dominican government has expelled u. S. Vice Consul James soviet specialists in the White a. Mcnamara accusing him of House Cabinet room with Ken giving out erroneous inform Nedy. The other three were All lion about the dominican re former envoys to Moscow a Public the state department Charles e. Bohlen chief advis said saturday. Or to Sec. Of state Dean Rusk the department did not go on soviet affairs George f. Into details but emphasized Kennan. Author of the a icon that As far As it is concerned Tain ment policy in the imme there is no Lack of Confidence Diate Post War period of the in Mcnamara. He has been re-11940s who has been out of assigned to the u. S. Embassy government for eight years in san Salvador. I turn to Page 2, col. I president flies to Virginia estate Middleburg a. A be a French style House of stucco with him a Book by or. Van president Kennedy took a and Brick perched on a Hill Nevar Bush a science the end weekend of a Rte firs since top overlooking the rolling Lese he became chief executive a country is e. J mrs. Kennedy went to Glen and flew saturday to his rented Mkennedy was waning Ora Friday with 3-year-old estate in Virginia s famed horse at the front door Wath arms out daughter Caroline. Eleven and hounds country a a for her husband. She week old John or. Remained at 4l was wearing a beige sweater the White House. The president left the Hite and Brown Slacks inside she while Kennedy plans to take so a Inow had 3 log fire roaring on the off for the White House at 9 at a cleared spot in a Snow a a Clad Field at Glen Ora the re la veg Hearth Monda feline Ken treat two Miles from Here. Brings reports Nedy expects to remain until where he and mrs. Kennedy the president brought along tues Fly night or Ednes a plan to spend Many weekends two briefcases which whitem0rning a journal time photo fire ravaged basement shows greatest extent of damage to beams near Furnace where firemen believe the Blaze started. Additional pictures on Page 6. During the next four years. Kennedy hopped into a car House press Secretary Pierre today the president and first Salinger said contained various Ady a attend roman Atho and Rode the 200 Yards to the reports. But he also brought lie services in a Community Center in Middleburg. 1 three military helicopters brought the president some of his staff and secret service is located behind the stable at Glen Ora. Middleburg was a Center of operations for John s. Mosby a Confederate rangers during the civil War. And Many wounded from the second Battle of Manassas were brought to Middleburg. While Kennedy Hasni to shown. ,. An dictation to ride extensive a of re which fremen sad by. His wife enjoys Riding. Was probably caused by an at the estate there is plenty overheated Furnace raced of room for horses. There also through the Walls of a two is a swimming Pool near the Story Frame House at 2126 Clar fire sweeps Frame House demand fliers be punished for firing at plane Moscow a a1 a the russians saturday rejected Frances explanation of the shooting that punctuated a flight of pres. Leonid Brezhnev Over the Mediterranean and insisted on punishment of the French fliers responsible. A the unprecedented attack. Is nothing but an act of International banditry committed by the f r e n c h air Force a said a foreign ministry statement made Public by the news Agency Tass. A to Whitewash such actions and to exculpate the guilty is a risky warning bullets France which expressed Reg r e t s for the incident has promised a full investigation. The incident occurred when a French Jet fighter intercepted an Ilyushin-18 plane carrying Brezhnev to Morocco on an african tour and fired warning bullets across its nose. French officials in Algiers have claimed the soviet aircraft failed to follow proper flight procedure. Tass said foreign minister Andrei Gromyko rejected this explanation at a meeting Here with the French charge do affaires Jean de la Grandville. The two spent 45 minutes discussing a in a working atmosphere the Points in the dispute. Ask for report in addition to demanding punishment of the fliers the soviet government called for measures to prevent a repetition of the thursday incident and a the submission to it of an appropriate report on the three French fighters were House and not far from the Pool ence be saturday and caused involved but Only one did any is a Tennis court which the president May use occasionally. . News Parley to be held wednesday Washington up it agents on the 45-mile trip from president Kennedy will hold his Washington. Next news conference wednes among the people who will be their neighbors there was both a stir of excitement and a feeling of uneasiness. Some Are worried that hot dog stands and Souvenier shops May Spring up or that tourists May overrun the place. Receive assurances but the White House has Given assurances that the president and mrs. Kennedy want to protect the easy Way of living in this area. As always special communications facilities were set up for the president. He can keep in touch with the White House through an army signal corps trailer with a switchboard. It promising artists prize winning Art work was submitted by this group of Racine students in the National Scholastic Art show in Milwaukee. Judges saturday named the finalists including four from Racine whose work will be entered in National Competition. From left in front Row Are Don Jacob of William Horlick High school Mary Hilgers of Jerstad agerholm Junior High school and Katy Rem Ley of Horlick. Each was named a finalist. In Back Row from left Are Gloria Tubbs of Washington Park High school Jay Sorenson Park Richard Skover Horlick Penelope Grill Park who each won Gold key awards and sue Degarmo of Horlick. A finalist. See Story on Page 6. Day from 6 to 6 30 . A i who lives alone was Home when the fire broke out. X t. Ii Fie said he had put some Cine Lune. It will be earned paper in he Furnace and then turn to Page 2, col. 2 Lay Down for a Nap. He woke up t0 find names shooting from the living room Register. Fire chief Rudolph Anderson to Cuba in 1958 attempted to a did a believes Sparks shot several thousands dollars damage. Firemen battled the stubborn Blaze and heavy smoke for More than an hour. The owner Robert Bohm. A form or French Colony. Tass alone w a s it a a said thousands of Conakry shooting. The russian plane was not hit. Brezhnev landed safely in Morocco. He flew on saturday to Conakry capital of Guinea record quake in South Pacific Pasadena. Calif. A ply a a potentially destructive earthquake in the South Pacific was recorded saturday at the California Institute of technology seismological Laboratory. Or. Charles Richter said the quake was 5,800 Miles Southwest of Pasadena and was registered As 6.6 on the open end Richter scale. This would be greater than the 1933 Long Beach temblor 6.3 but much less than the 1906 san Francisco quake 8.25. Or. Richter said that the earthquake appeared a a Little deeper than those which normally cause tidal Waves. Residents welcomed him As he arrived for a five Day visit. Again accuse . For Rol Kyll Ccann rom fling room Register of interfering in Laos pc Viva Ivl i by i of i Cir re inf a nor can Tokyo a a the pro communist Patchet lao is again to Hovart Fidel Castro a seizure door of the Furnace accusing the United states of of Power according to Testi and United a nearby pile of interfering in the laotian civil Mony by a former . Am Wood on the basement floor. War. Its latest assertion Broad Bassadore. Story on Page 9.j Bohm an electrical contract cast saturday said the Ken turn to Page 6, col. 6 Nedy administration is following the footsteps of the Eisenhower a the so called desire to see Laos achieve a peace neutrality and Independence is nothing but a smokescreen of . Imperialism to cover up its intention to step up its interference and expand the War in Laos a Prince Soukhanouvong Leader of the Patchet lao said. Tighten belts you poodles prelate urges pets fast too London ply the roman Catholic archbishop of Westminster said saturday that fat poodles Lazy cats and other pets owned by catholics under his jurisdiction might Well Benefit from a one Day fast. A such a sacrifice would touch both palate and purse a said William Cardinal Godfrey in a pastoral letter. A a plump and pampered poodle might run All the in this Section world . And state news pages 2, 4, 7, 8, 9, 14 local news pages 6, 8 i editorial Page 16 american heritage Page 18 More gaily after a reduced diet on simpler fare and perhaps a denied visit to the hair a fast for humans and pets was suggested to the Cardinal by the National Board of Catholic women which is raising funds for a Relief project in the British West indies. The women asked that savings resulting from the fast be contributed to their cause. A if this suggestion seems Odd turn to the third chapter of the Book of Jonah a the pastoral letter said. A we read that at the thought of impending disaster nine i ties at the bidding of the King and his nobels raised a cry a a fast for Man and Racine area weather mostly Cloudy today and tonight. Some Light rain or Snow ending Early monday. Cloudy and a Little colder monday. High today 34 to 38. Low tonight near 30. Light variable winds. Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy with Snow beginning Northwest and rain or Snow Southwest in afternoon. Snow Northeast ram or Snow extreme South tonight ending Early monday. Cloudy and a Little colder monday. Low tonight 20-30

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