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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 16, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 32, no. 28.Racine, wis., sunday july 16, 1961 66 ?"5 ?"20 cents Chicago police finally quash racial violence Chicago a up a violence that erupted fitfully and ruthlessly in a racially mixed Section on Chicago to Southwest Side appeared under control saturday night. Some 200 extra police from outlying areas were ordered into the Lawndale and Fillmore districts Friday to help maintain order. Extra police were withdrawn saturday. Attack suddenly the Swift senseless attacks by roving gangs of Youthful negroes started thursday after the mysterious slaying of a negro boy who was shot from ambush As he walked Home from summer school. The gunman has not been found. Seldom numbering More than six the gangs appeared suddenly where a single Man or woman walked or was driving an automobile. Swiftly sometimes shouting obscenities and sometimes silently the hoodlums swarmed around their victims. Wielding a handles sawed off baseball bats Short lengths of Chain and rubber Hose the marauders beat Down their prey in seconds. Before fleeing they generally rifled the victims to purse or pockets for valuables. 20 injured in three Days the victims numbered 20. Some were hospitalized. Also in Chicago Twenty negroes and five White persons ail members of the Chicago Catholic interracial Council mingled for two hours today with White bathers on a Lake Michigan Public Beach. The group distributed a statement explaining Why it was attempting integration at the Beach. No trouble occurred. Chides Bobby in Washington a Mississippi congressman asked atty. Gen. Robert f. Kennedy if he plans to intervene in Chicago to racial disorders As he did in Alabama to a Freedom rider incidents. Rep. John Bell Williams d-miss., sent a Telegram to Ken . Accuses russians of sabotaging a talks exhorts soviets to make new Start in Parley German blonde wins miss universe title Miami Beach Fla. A up a Marlene Schmidt 5-foot-8 blonde from Stuttgart Germany saturday night became miss universe of 1961 in International Competition against girls from 47 nations. Marlene who said she got into the contest because she thought it would be fun is a 24-year-old electronics Engineer. She moved with her Mother and younger sister from behind the Iron curtain to West Germany Only a year ago. Yuri completes visit to England London a of a a cheering crowd gave maj. Yuri Gagarin a Happy sendoff to Moscow saturday. A five Day visit had brought the soviet spaceman plaudits normally reserved for Heads of state and movie stars. Gagarin told an Airport news conference a of carry Back with me the most warm memories of the Friendly reception Given me and of the hospitality in great Britain. May the Friendship Between the soviet Union and the people of great Britain develop and grow ?� Washington a up in one of the bitterest charges yet hurled in the current East West propaganda Battle the United states has accused Russia of trying to sabotage the Geneva nuclear test ban conference. It urged the soviet government to make a new Start a despite the lateness of the ?� the charge was made in a note delivered late saturday to the soviet foreign office in Moscow by the . Embassy and released for publication Here by the state department. Soviet Appeal the note was half of a double barrelled attack on the soviet position in the test Bam of an Inch of rain on Racine by talks. The parallel move was late saturday evening to h e a joint Appeal by the United City to heaviest one Day rainfall states and Britain for the United nations to take up the storm drops rain on Racine thunderstorms dropped .57 the first major clash Northern and Southern armies collided at Bull run in the first serious engagement of the civil War too years ago this month. Racine to Belle City rifles participated in the Battle. This old print shows Federal troops in colourful zouave regimentals charging the confederates on Henry Hill. The first of three articles describing this epic struggle begins today on Page 2. Auto hits Deer 4 persons perish Kalispell Mont. A up a a Mother and three Young children drowned saturday after Nedy after Reading newspaper their car struck a Deer and reports that to ing gangs of plunged into Mcgregor Lake. Negroes had beaten White people in Chicago. The victims were mrs. Williams made Public Telegram which said a oin View of the precedent report Bong Road aids estimated at $600,000 old grenade wounds eight italian boys Cuneo Italy a a it it a eight boys from a summer Camp near Accoglio were seriously injured when a world War ii hand grenade they found exploded As they played with it. Shakedown cruise Philadelphia a it a it a which you set in Alabama i Pamula Rose i. Would like to know what Steps sheriff Dick Walsh said the you have taken to Stop this car went out of control and violence in Chicago. I travelled 170 feet after the have you offered to Send Impact plunging into the Lake. Swarms of Federal marshals into Chicago to protect those in ii a in Nocent citizens have you sent Juk asks m Arthur is arr5r5k a a a a tri of these White victims Are safeguarded have you demanded that the governor of invited Illinois and the Chicago police provide Protection for these people a the congressman said roads four agencies of the federally is the committee to feeling a erty it will have to be broken government have agreed to re William Branen the con up but the land on which the his Rosemary a. Caveny. 29. Of store highways 43 and 75 near ? Hom Secretary is located win Ream the . Navy to Kitty Hawk. Kalispell and her children the Bong air base at an sex committee members Indi intact Virkin 4 Karen 2u and Pend iture of about $600,000,. 54. Karen. 2 2. And i h Schadeberg r to it that there Werf n0, a but Burlington reported saturday.1 act on ,0 usin parts of the i base for conservation Pur in a letter to members of his Bong air base advisory committee which met Satur Schadeberg reported that the Day in Burlington Schadeberg Brighton school District will said Federal officials would also receive a deed this week to 24 negotiate with counties and acres of land for a school site towns on the restoration of the District is now operating nuclear test Issue at the general Assembly meeting in september. Despite the request to the United nations a state department spokesman said the United states intends to continue with the talks at Geneva. It appeared that none of the three governments in the conference a ., soviet and British worldwide criticism expected to follow any move to break off the talks. Largest aircraft Carrier in 4. World left the Philadelphia will not be restored until after naval base saturday on its turn to Page 6, col. I Shakedown cruise. Total in nearly three months. Lightning accompanying the storms knocked Down tree limbs and interrupted electrical service to some parts of the City and county. Hail was reported in Racine and at Burlington and Kansas Ville. The rain brought some Relief to drouth conditions in the Racine area but weather Bureau officials said most other wants to risk the areas of Southeastern Wisconsin appeared to have heavier rainfalls. Saturday evening a total of 1.05 inches of rain was reported at Mitchell Field near Milwaukee and .75 of an Inch at Pewaukee. The strongest winds report Hope is dim still a series of East West exchanges beginning with president Kennedy to meeting with Premier Khrushchev in Vienna june 3-4 has convinced Many officials Here the amp to the Geneva conference is dead that there is no real Hope of turn to Page 3, col. 4 Ayub in Texas Johnson City Texas a up a Pakistan pres. Mohammed Ayub Kahn and his Host vice pres. Lyndon b. Johnson arrived at Johnson to ranch saturday night to spend a quiet a Hyannis port mass. A up a president Kennedy has Gen. Douglas Macarthur to lunch with him at the White House next thursday to report on his recent trip to the Philippines. White House press Secretary Pierre Salinger said in announcing Macarthur White House appointment Kennedy wanted to get from the general report on his trip to the local roads. The 5,400 acre base in Racine and Kenosha counties was turned Over to the Federal general services administration Rural week end. I Philippines. Controversial welfare rules take effect in . State City Newburgh . A up a stringent new Relief regulations that have been praised and denounced across the nation went into effect saturday in this Hudson Valley City despite opposition of state officials. Gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller who has opposed the program said in new York he is satisfied that a fall necessary Steps will be taken to ensure the full Observance of the Law. In this Section world . And state news pages.3, 7, 8, 9, to local 6 editorial Page 18 classes in the former engineering building near highways 43 and 75. The congressman said that four other school districts for disposition after the air have asked for up to 160 acres Force decided in the fall of 0f Bong land for Forest and 1959 to halt construction of conservation purposes. He said the base. They Are the Salem and Wil a four member state com Mot High school districts in Mission has been formed to Kenosha county and the Burlington High school and graded school districts in Racine county. All districts include land which Borders on the base. In his letter Schadeberg told the committee a oif the state of Wisconsin is not interested in acquiring the entire prop Man rides Over Niagara Falls inside rubber coated steel Ball a officials of the City have indicated that in their Effort to eliminate the possibility of Chi Selling they intend to take no illegal action a Rockefeller said. Some of the More controversial Points Are these Able bodied men must work on City projects 40 hours a week to get Relief checks. Payments will be denied to unwed mothers who Bear additional children. Payments to anyone on Relief except the Blind and infirm will be limited to three months in any one year. This provision might not be followed rigidly in individual cases where a continuing need is obvious. Study the question of acquiring the site. Put on tax Rolls the congressman to advisory committee saturday voted unanimously to recommend that the state be encouraged to acquire the base a oif the Price is sensible and if the state is willing to consider putting a Good share of the land Back on the tax ?� Oscar Jonas committee member who was chairman under former rep. Gerald Flynn said the property should not in its entirety become a wildlife or conservation Refuge. A Othis land is too valuable to become a a Goose refugee to Jonas said. Some conservation use no committee members objected when chairman Carl Backlin asked a Othis evident horse shies youth drowns North Bend wis. A up a Michael c. Marini 18-year-old farm youth of this Jackson county area drowned saturday when a horse bolted into Niagara Falls ont. Apr a negro strapped inside an eight foot rubber coated steel Ball successfully Rode Over the 161-foot Horseshoe Falls saturday. Nathan Boya 30, of new York became the fifth person history to negotiate the tumbling drop and escape unharmed. A of did it to integrate the Falls a Niagara Park to commission police quoted Boya. The Ball with a two foot Dent in it was towed to the Canadian Side of the lower Niagara River after the plunge. Boya was seen As he opened the Hatch and waved to thousands of stunned spectators. He was taken into custody by Parks police and was held on a charge of illegal entry. A Oil to Happy i did it. It to something in the always wanted to ?� Boya told investigators towed by a Large boat shortly ago with Jean Lussier the Only after to . Saturday. The other living survivor of a stunt unauthorized ride Over the Falls started about 10 50 . Police said. Boya told police the ride had ride Over the Horseshoe. He said Lussier who went Over the Falls 32 years ago in a rubber barrel aided in the design been planned several months of the sphere. The Black River. Marini and a brother in Law when he was taken to a hos Dale Lockington also 18, were Pital for a physical Check up. It. Etna erupting Catania Sicily a up a it. Etna continued volcanic eruptions saturday. A tremendous explosion sent a Black Cloud More than 800 feet into could no to on horseback bringing cattle in from the bottomland of the River in neighbouring la Crosse county when the animal shied and went Over a to foot Bank. Horse and rider landed in a River Hole 12 to 14 feet deep. Lockington told authorities he tried to help Marini but hold on to him the air. I Mariniz to body was recovered. He was reported in Good condition having suffered Only a few scratches on his arms. The Ball dented into Pear shape was equipped with a snorkel breathing device. Boya had steeled himself with a safety Belt for the ride. Swimmers in the upper Niagara River told police that they had seen the Ball being map wire photo Nathan Boya smiled proudly at a Niagara Falls ont., Hospital shortly after his trip Over the fails. De at Mitchell Field were 33 Miles an hour. A Wisconsin electric Power co. Spokesman said the storm knocked out electrical service turn to Page 3, col. 2 pc official is found dead Washington a up a Frederick Stueck 55, member of the Federal Power commission was found dead in his automobile saturday night with a Hose connected to the exhaust pipe. Police detectives said it was a suicide. Homicide detectives said mrs. Stueck discovered a vacuum cleaner Hose extending from Stueckl to body to the exhaust pipe of the car. Police quoted mrs. Stueck As saying her husband had been in a Good spirits earlier in the Day when she had left Home. Racine area weather partly Cloudy today tonight and monday with widely scattered thundershowers mostly this afternoon and tonight. Little temperature change. High today in Low 80�?. Low tonight near 60. Mostly Light variable winds becoming southeasterly 6 to 12 . Today. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy with widely scattered thundershowers today and tonight. High today 74 to 83. Low tonight mostly in the 50�?. Monday mostly fair except Chance of a few thundershowers South half

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