Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
8 Jan 1961

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8 Jan 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 08, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 32, no. , wis., sunday january 8, 1961 64 ?"5 ?"20 cents puss warn dutch on storing . A arms loft rocket payload into radiation Field Ike bids army Farewell president his Benhower bareheaded in jeep reviewed troops at fort Gordon ga., saturday with col. Thomas guide commander of troops at the Post beside him. Quot this is wind rips off roof 3 men die Moscow a zip a the soviet Union warned the Netherlands government saturday it is taking a a terrible risk by making dutch territory available for the deployment of j american nuclear weapons. A soviet note handed to dutch ambassador Henry a., Helb said that if u. S. Forces unleash a rocket nuclear War the Netherlands would be unable to escape retaliatory atomic blows. Contents of the note was released by the soviet Tass news Agency. The dutch defense ministry recently disclosed that u. S. Atomic warheads Are being stored in the Netherlands. U. S. Visitors the disclosure came after five members of the u. S. Congressional joint committee on atomic Energy visited the Netherlands to Vokel airbase last dec. I to discuss Security measures for the warheads. The soviet note delivered by Deputy foreign minister Arkady a. Sobolev said Russia or Fotr is not threatening or Intima Eugene to re dating the dutch but simply fierce wind gust swept off the warning them against Steps roof of a suburban super Mark a fraught with grave Conse it Here this afternoon killing quenches both for the existence three workmen who were re of the Netherlands proper and pay ring it for the Security of other Peoples a a Strong southerly winds it added that by Quot yielding to so Epi Quot through u a Wiuf United states pressure the met e Valley creased to gusts Netherlands government was top t0 my an hour when the first government in the y arca european continent to agree to the actual turning of its coun try into an american nuclear ?� reject View the soviet Union said it rejected the View that the deployment of american nuclear arms in the Netherlands will help consolidate dutch Security. A Oon the contrary a the note said a Oby undertaking this step the Netherlands government places the country to destiny in the hands of United states militarists that is those who May resort to nuclear weapons for purposes having nothing in common with the National interests of the ?� the note asserted that Russia does not plan to attack anyone and is doing everything possible to eliminate the danger of War. Cape canaveral �?�4 a a Blue scout i sol id fuel rocket Flat of the West largest Antigua. Indies Island of and not expected to reach the capsule for a recovery attempt Ever flown -ic-s4 scarce plane spoiled to a he the Ca the capsule floating in the a ter in late afternoon. The air carry ted a miniature tape re vessel to the Corder t0 Register velocity and payload temperatures during turn to Page 2, col. 3 the last review i shall map wire photo Ever receive in my life Quot said the president adding that the occasion gave him a Chance to say goodbye to the army. Quot god bless you and keep going it Eisenhower told the troops. Here successfully propelled a package of sensitive measuring a vol Quot Quot in devices into the lower Edge of a reeled scene the Van Allen radiation Belt saturday. The shop a 200 Miles away valuable information was radioed Back from All eight experiments packed into the 392-Pound payload. The slender 72 foot rocket making its Maiden flight performed perfectly As it scooted High Over the Atlantic leaving a serpentine Trail of White smoke in its Wake. All three stages fired in rapid succession and hurled the package 1,000 Miles into space. As the payload plunged Back toward Earth a 90-Pound in a str ment capsule popped out and parachuted into the Atlantic Ocean about 1,200 Miles Down Range Landing Northeast reds demand . Meet for Parley on Congo crisis London map a the soviet Union has demanded a meeting of the United nation Security Council to discuss the Congo crisis Moscow radio said saturday. The broadcast said the soviet permanent representative at the ., Valerian Zorin sent a letter to Security Council chairman Omar Loutfi Quot demanding the Security Council be convened to discuss the threat to peace and Security resulting from the new acts of aggression by Belgium against the West to offer russians laotian peace formula Juk names new aides fills labor dept. Posts to slain in Algeria at polling station Algiers a a nationalist rebels attacked a polling station saturday at the Edge of the Sahara. Ten moslem were killed and about the new Ork a up �?"pres.-�? in the labor department the Secretary and director. Elect John f. Kennedy a they Are the women to Bureau. Reported pointed three assistants Satur James j. Reynolds of sche George Leon Paul Weaver of same number wounded Day. Nearing completion of a Nec Tady ., and Jerry r. Washington to be special As aside from sporadic bomb Holleman of Austin Texas to Distant pending appointment Ings it this was the first major will ask revival of International control Agency map wire photo William Wirtz new under Secretary. Car stalled on tracks 3 children Are killed Brookston ind. A up a i White House staff which his aides said will be less than half the size of the group which has been serving president Eisenhower. Kennedy named Timothy j. Reardon jr., 45, his administrative assistant for his 14 years As representative and senator to continue in a similar capacity. Also named special assistants were Ralph a. Dungan 37, counsel to the Senate labor subcommittee which Kennedy headed and Frederick g. Dutton 47, a californian who held a key Post in gov. Pat Browne to administration. Earlier. Kennedy named William Willard Wirtz of Chicago was a Law partner of Adlai e. Stev be under Secretary list others Roger Logan 16, who three children on their Way to scrambling out of the Back seat Enson to a sunday school skating party of the car we rain a a of labor. Couldst get out of a stalled was Crit Ca Condi Lon car in time saturday to escape i death at a Railroad crossing mrs. Vernon Dearduff Moth Kennedy also selected a Bushers or of he dead boy grabbed her Messman three Union officials the woman Driver and two 2-year-old daughter Kathy and an attorney for other High girls escaped but a fourth and escaped unhurt from the child was badly injured by front seat of the two door. N a the Monon passenger train Sedan along with Karen valuable paintings speeding through Brookston Logan 14. In route from Chicago to mrs. Dearduff and the Chil Louisville. Dren were just starting out in the dead Brookston children Brookston to drive to a la were Douglas Dearduff 12layette roller skating rink for Marie Paugh 13, and her Sis a skating party of Brookston ter Karen 8. Methodist Church children. I be assistant secretaries. Charles Donahue of Wash International affairs in ton to be solicitor. Taught Law mrs. Esther Peterson of Wirtz. 48, is a former chair Washington to be assistant Toj turn to Page 2, col. I Washington a up Western later As assistant Secretary for r of violence in he voting Western Powers plan to pro in Orri in Canol a f f i i re,. up i on pres. Charles de Gaulle to pose to Russia Early this week solution offer of self determination to a formula for International Algeria. The ment. But the statement also further opened the door to manbevers timed at a peace three ways the document was released claims huge Castro spy ring in . Top yank officials in Cuba Fly Home action to halt the civil War in Laos and the danger of an sex. Panelling cold War Battleground Jaid ther8 pre three in Southeast Asia. By the associated press ways the United states can con Britain will play the leading tribute to a solution of the role in making the approach to laotian problem. Moscow. The heart of the one Way it said is a Oby join formula is to revive an inter eng other free nations to National control commission supp0rt and maintain the in Tonnel the plane brought six employees can take Over theft los a Quot to e ?nd.?? dependence of Laos through a former cuban military at american newsmen who had . Business by agreement that it would Eal w1,h though whatever measures seem most tache said saturday Fidel just been released from jail. With departing . Officials. I. Necessarily r e c o g n i z a promising Tro has a network of 2,000 they were Paul Schutzer and agents and spies in the United Norman Itter correspondents states entered in new York for life Magazine four lbs a mentions and actions in Laos a a a a a a a i i. A a pc n 6i it m cd r a 4�?o who quietly. Bassy Here last february made and Andrew Willoner of Wash ordering him to provide cuban the soviet Union has been sex the charge at a news Confer in ton. Intelligence Headquarters in pending its Airlift to the leftist ence in Washington d c. Three americans remain be Havana with details of . A n d pro communist rebels Hind until Swiss government. Turn to Page 2, col. I lighting the Boun qum govern i Otto formally t h e present pro the other two Points 0f cur. Shows letter american government of fent y s policy it the statement Saavedra the former cuban 1 termer Boun Oum. Sai Are to Tejw the a a the Miami and Chicago. Men a Bernard Eismann of military attache exhibited a the United states in a Brief True nature of communist in former capt. Angel Saaved Chicago Robert Schanke of letter which he said he re a White paper on the laotian left the pm new York and Bruce while still in his Post crisis charged saturday that a Given by Marc Rojtman to the University of Wisconsin and Marquette University Are pictured and described in a Story on Page 12. U. Of Georgia May shut Down in Wake of pro negro ruling in Athens a. A up a a ing against eligible negro a edict placed the University ban on state funds for the uni Pic ants. The Jurist ordered jeopardy of closing. Verify of Georgia seemed enrolment of Holmes and Vandiver and legislative. O Lumo u t o r to leaders also Are confronted probable saturday after a Charlayne Hunter 19, with the problem of maintain. Negro student backed by a Atlanta. Ing Public schools in the face Federal court order appeared state officials moved Quick 0f an earlier Federal court Rul for admission at the ail White by to Appeal bottle to decision ing for desegregation of institution. They hoped bottle also would Atlanta schools next fall. State greeted by families meanwhile ranking officials who closed the . Embassy in Havana flew to Miami saturday to a Welcome by family members and colleagues who Eft before them. Daniel Braddock charge do Taf Aires from grand rapids mich., was first off the plane. Braddock said he would go at once to Washington and would Confer with state department officials As soon As possible. Other officials accompanying b r a d d o cd were several other embassy officials including Harvey Wellman chief political officer from Coral Gables fla., and Perry Joseph Floyd of Charleston s.c., naval attache and James Noel political attache san Diego Calif. In addition to diplomatic per Hamilton e. Holmes 19, a Grant a stay in the order Pend Sophomore at Morehouse col ing the Appeal. But if bottle de lege in Atlanta came to the Clines to Grant a stay As seems admit negroes �?�.a a. Nizia Nta i i too Oledn i i a on of Amotio Law also prohibits use of Sta e funds for Public schools that registrar to office and was Given an admission Blank. The University was enjoined Friday by . District judge w. A. Bottle from discriminate probable an automatic cutoff of state funds would become effective. In Atlanta gov. Ernest Vandiver said bottle to sweeping the Georgia legislature opens a 40-Day session monday and the University and Public school integration problems overshadow customary issues in this Section world . And state news pages 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 12 local news. Page 6 editorial Page 18 map wire photo with Walter . Charge do affaires in Cuba Daniel Braddock right chatted Bossi Swiss ambassador and papal Nuncio Luis Centoz Center at the Havana american heritage Page 20, Airport saturday before leaving for Mia no and to show that the United states itself does not seek to make Laos a Western military ally. In effect the statement pledged Strong and continuing . Support for a Laos free of communist control. It called for a peaceful solution of the crisis with at least an implication of willingness to accept full laotian neutrality. Control commission highly placed diplomatic officials said the reality behind this . Policy position is this the United states is now de tum to Page 2, col. 2 Racine area weather partly Cloudy and colder with diminishing winds today. Fair and cold tonight. Monday increasing cloudiness and warmer. High today 15 to 20. Low tonight about five above. North to Northwest winds 15 to 20 Miles an hour diminishing during the Day. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy and colder with diminishing winds today with Chance of Snow flurries Northeast portion. Fair and cold tonight

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