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1 Jan 1961

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1 Jan 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 1, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Vol 31, no. 37. Racine wis., sunday january i 1961 64 pages�?5 sections�?20 cent Khrushchev offers to Bury Hatchet Over u2 incident Moscow map a soviet Premier Khrushchev said saturday night he is willing to drop the controversy Over the american u2 spy plan incident which he used to torpedo the Paris Summit conference and set off a new cold War freeze. Quot we would like this unfortunate incident to become a thing of the past with the departure of the old president Eisenhower a Khrushchev said. His statements were carried by the soviet Tass news Agency. Khrushchev made no mention of the imprisoned american u2 Pilot Francis Gary Powers who is serving a 10-year sentence on espionage charges. The Premier spoke at a glittering Kremlin new years party during which he also hailed the election of John f. Kennedy. Quot we evidently need not insist on the discussion of this question spy plane charges against the United states by the United nations general Assembly a Khrushchev said. The general Assembly last october rejected a Khrushchev demand for direct debate on the charges l ass said k h r h Chev brought up the incident when he Quot recalled a statement made by or. Kennedy during the . Elec Tion that if he were president he would express his regret Over the u2 plane referring to the . Presidential election Khrushchev said in Vot ing for or. Kennedy and against or. Vice president Richard a Nixon the american people expressed its condemnation of the policy of fanning up the cold War and exacerbating International the Premier told 1,500 guests in Mammoth George Hall he Hopes Quot a fresh wind will begin to blow with the coming of the new president that the unhealthy atmosphere in relations Between the soviet Union and the United states will begin to Khrushchev smiling and offering frequent toasts earlier fired off a series of new years greetings to Kennedy prime minister Macmillan Queen Eliza Beth ii French president Charles de Gaulle. West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and other government officials. He cabled Kennedy Quot we Hope that the relations Between the Usa and the user will develop in the new year on a new and reasonable basis the basis of common desire of the Peoples of our countries for peace and the russians sent a cold formal Cable to president Eisenhower signed by soviet president Leonid Brezhnev it said Quot on the occasion of the new year i ask you or. President to convey to the people of the United states of America Best wishes for happiness and Prosperity on behalf of the Peoples of the soviet there was no mention of any personal greetings to Eisenhower. Khrushchev scuttled the four Power Summit conference in Paris last May 17 by demanding that Eisenhower apologize for spy flights Promise to end them and punish those responsible. Khrushchev a action in Paris came Only 17 Days after the High flying u2 plane was downed Over the russian urals i,-200 Miles inside soviet territory. Powers was captured and tried last August. Might quit Post in Algeria vote de Gaulle hints Paris a 0p> a president a taken decisions to mobilize Charles de Gaulle implied sat the algerian people for a boy urday night he will resign in co t o Thi pretended referee. Don t intervene in Laos. Warns red nations less France gives massive endorsement to his algerian policies in the Jan. 8 referendum on algerians future. In a radio and to address carried throughout France and Algeria. De Gaulle insisted on a immense approval Quot of his plans for local autonomy and eventual self determination for the territory. Little doubt the French Leader did not put his resignation threat in simple words but his typical phrasing left Little doubt that he would step Down if the referendum fails to give him a Clear Cut mandate. A for myself Quot de Gaulle said a you Are Well aware of what blow it would be preventing me from continuing my de Gaulle predicted serious consequences for France if the results of the referendum Are a negative or a what consequences would result from this helplessness and this division Quot he said. A what excitement would be aroused on the one hand in those who seek adventure and on the other hand in those who support subversion. A throughout the world what disastrous conclusions would be drawn from this As to Frances ability to assume responsibility for her own de Gaulle and his predecessors have refused to recognize the right of other countries or the United nations to intervene in Algeria contending the rebellion is exclusively a French problem. The rebels want a . Supervised referendum. Fear turmoil Many of de Gaulle a bitterest opponents admit France prob ably would undergo a period of grave and possibly bloody tur Moil if the president were to resign in the midst of the crisis. The opponents say there is Little doubt de Gaulle a proposals will be approved a the question is How strongly. Even As de Gaulle spoke the algerian rebel government in exile announced in Tunis it has no details were Given by the rebel spokesman. Stern Challenge follows reports of an invasion Washington map a the United states saturday night warned die communists not to intervene in Laos in support of red rebels fighting there. The Shar ply word cd Challenge was aimed directly at red China and North Viet Nam and the wording was Broad enough to include the soviet Union. The warning reminded the communist Powers that the . Is committed by treaty to help meet Quot the common danger Quot in event of aggression in Southeast Asia. White House Parley issuance of the warning by the state department followed a mid Day meeting at the White House where Eisenhower consulted with his top military diplomatic and intelligence advisers on the developing laotian crisis. The president is understood to have ordered that precise and detailed information be provided him immediately on the nationality size and apparent intentions of forces 000 reported to have entered map wire photo a car blown upside Down Lay in the littered Yard of Orleans hit by the storm. Damage in the Community a Home in Destrehan la., a Community near new was estimated at about $500,000. Howling storm Call off violence Premier hits Louisiana f _. Of Belgium tells strikers by Elton c. Fay a military affair writer Washington a tip a tolerate no a a poorly informed part of. I a a More violence from strikers population has Jet of Suff is shears of new Orleans a Ltd it it a a howling storm roared Inland Over the Louisiana coast saturday and caused nearly a million dollars damage. There were no injuries re his govern me ported. The storm accompanied by protest no Bis stiff winds and heavy rain nomic Reid pm. A a caused damage from new or without referring to fridays decisions in the streets. Leans South to the Gulf of u8y clash Between Sabre Mexico and West to new Iberia swinging state policemen and in new Orleans the wind Rock throwing demonstrators overturned cars uprooted Trees and ripped off roofs. One building caved in but the occupants fled to safety. An observer described the sudden storm As sound like a a roaring Many persons first thought the blow was a Tornado. Estimate of the damage came turn to Page 2, col. 6 Northern Laos from communist North Viet Nam. John f. Kennedy was kept informed of the developing situation officials Here reported through. His Secretary of state designate he area of Japan. The cont Nean Rusk Rusk in new gency plan undoubtedly would York he new year week. The provide for a concern ration of pm was in frequent touch with the state department today. Secretary of state Christian a. Herter. Who was in South . Forces stand ready for operations in Laos top military command stood the Man elements of the 7th ready saturday night to carry turn to Page 2, col. 7 out any operation that the White House might deem Ila i t la Brussels Belgium a up in which a Man was killed in a in the difficult Cir necessary for aiding Laos in its i nil a Premier Gaston Eyskens told the heart of Brussels the stances of today our United announced fight against red in 1111 iwo j full the nation Saui Day night Hac Premier said government shoulders its vaders. Climbs slowly a by the associated press Carolina for the Holiday was Given reports by acting Secretary Livingston t. Merchant by Telephone. Herter is due Back Here this afternoon. More than handful t state department press officer Joseph reap who issued plans for eco up and excited and there arc wil1 not tolerate violence. A i Oriel i some who want to win political the socialists have resorted Aje Juall y anywhere in to violence because they say the Woride including Southeast the Long new years holi the Eisenhower approved state Eyskens government a Coli Asia. Day weekend entered its most ment late saturday was asked Tion of social christians and various plans dangerous phase saturday whether the United states in liberals ignored them in working out the Reform program x to Rita it Roopram w9c>f_____ to Winkis in Tho of �?7 a Mariul us us Micu. Than a austerity plan talking quickly quietly and firmly he added Irish turn out in droves to Greet Meg and husband Hus Dublin Ireland a a a Day private visit to her Princess Margaret got her first bands boyhood haunts. Look at the Green Fields of it a first t men 2 ,.aj a years t h a t a member of the Southern it Eland saturday. British Royal family had set the Irish turned out in foot in the Republican South droves to Welcome her. Where resentment still lingers two thousand Irish men against the English once rulers and women let rip an Irish cheer As Margaret accompanied by her husband Antony Strong Jones arrived for a to in this Section world . And state news pages.2> 4, 8, to 12 local new Page 6 editorial Page 18 american heritage Page 20 j ire and Quot she said. Of Ireland. There were no incidents to mar the arrival. Margaret arrived at Shannon Airport on Ireland a rugged West coast after a Short flight from London. The Airport swarmed with watchful detectives alerted to stamp out any sign of a demonstration by Irish patriots. Margaret smiled and waved. I am very Happy to be in the austerity program was for coping with trouble on the like other pcs papers the night in the grip of a hearted de stood that in of various alternative blueprints eng rend. Highway accidents a handful of men. Prompted by the loss of reve Southeastern Corner of the red were cil Aimi Quot a less Han Haf As u a a a >s.,� u c h t1re Nues from the newly inde Asia Empire Are secret. Many lives this Yeai As last. Handful. Reap a pendent Congo. J Howe previous moves on Twenty six hours into the 78 a Aap Quot dated that 3 prompt the strikers make the Premier withdraw probable pattern for aiding toll stood at 74. At the same manent Council of the eight the new legislation for tax and Friendly or Neutral nations in hour during the 1959-60 new to Southeast Asia treaty social Security Reform they the area. Year s period. 153 persons had fun n i it e d sax it will place new burdens before any actual shooting perished on the highways. A tar is a member of this six on the working Man. Cut Down Star tech there could be the tra social Security benefits and affect pensions. No violence Asia Empire Are secret. However previous moves on of Waud be consultation at Are trying to other occasions have indicated hour period the Highway death Bangkok Thailand of the Perter withdraw the probable pattern for aiding toll stood at 74. At the same a a the p1pht Only a few hours before a obviously ifs a very Good year old Alliance formed to of Dit ional show of Force tor pay re Corci said one safety expert p0se red subversion and agr logical purposes. To the same time he pointed pression in Southeast Asia. In this the Navy would take out that the year end Holiday. Reap said he would be very the Lead either with a Demon unlike others holds greater Eyskens spoke Over the states a on a strength or danger for motorists during its radio 2.000 demonstrators i outright reinforcement of the. A staged a a mourners March through the main streets of Brussels. There was no violence. Not Laos defences. The 7th Fleet stationed in the Western Pacific is composed at the moment of three Vav a wire photo ice bag hits the spot this Cocker Spaniel Puppy named Buff is not the the dog that bit but is merely demonstrating How some Gay dogs feel on the morning of Jan i. Iihimhihiiiihhiihiiiiihiiiiiihhmh1 no paper monday the Roumal times will not publish monday in Observance of the new year Holiday. Racine area news will be broadcast on Wren monday at 6 30, 6 50, 7 30, 7 45 and 8 45 . And at 12 15, 3 30, 5, 5 30 and to . Wren newscasts today will he at 12 15, 4 55, 7 and to . us . I i carriers with a special purpose a word was exchanged. But the warfare ask atmosphere was tense. Car Jer Abou 3q destroyers. A half dozen or More submarines and the usual train of tankers and Supply ships. Carriers deployed As the Laos situation began showing signs of serious developments the carriers were deployed in the extreme far Western Pacific but not in the immediate area where the South China sea Borders the coastline of Viet Nam. One Carrier is believed to be near Hong Kong another near Middle period the late hours when new years eve celebratory Are on the prowl. The latest statistical picture shows 75 dead in traffic 16 in fires 19 in miscellaneous accidents for a total of 110. Wisconsin a fatality toll for the new year Holiday weekend stood at five saturday night boosting the grim count for the year to 915 compared with 821 for All of 1959. Us i he 11 in i Iii la Uhm la Iii Iii Mai 11 i960 in review for Racine s top news of 1960 in pictures see Section i pages 3, 7, 9, la 3, 14, and 17. Turn to Page 2, col. I Racine area weather mostly Cloudy today and monday with occasional Light Snow. High today in mid 20s. Low tonight about 18. Fast to Northeast winds 12 to 18 . Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy today and monday with occasional Light Snow. A Little colder in North portion tonight and monday. High today 12 to 20 in the North and in the 20s in South portion. Low tonight near Zero in extreme North. 12 to 18 in South. A the rom it at i 3 m the Philippines and another in a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a my hum a nil /

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