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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 04, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 32, no. 22.Racine, wis., sunday Juni 4, 1961 68 ?"3 ?"20 cents Jacqueline wows Nikita ast was telling your husband today. A wire photo it i run a map a Jackie Kennedy waltzed through Vienna saturday an elegant Triumph that included even soviet Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev. Meeting her for tile first time the Tough and often belligerent communist Leader looked like a smitten Schoolboy when the ice thaws along the Volga in springtime. Quot in to like to shake her hand first a he told a photographer who asked him to shake hands with president Kennedy for a picture. Means Here to Khrushchev emphasized the word "lier.�?� this took place Early in the evening at the Schoen Brunn Palace ancient coun a try mansion of the hapsburg there were cheers for the emperors. President and there were a Pooh later in the evening thru a it Jas for Jackie when they Sychev made his Way to her arrived Here from Paris Side plumped Down on a sofa rut the warmth of the air beside her and began talking port Welcome did no to exceed with smiling animation. The enthusiasm of Khrushchev despite a tiring Day Jac Kie at the Palace was equal to the occasion. Brief rival wearing a Long White dress at one Point during the eve she seemed to enjoy Thrush Ning he pointed to her Long Chev. White dress and through an in Nikita impressed ter Preter said there was no doubt about it Quot pets ?� a he enjoyed her. Throughout most of the eve Ning. He danced attention on put her hand Over her Mouth a Jackie. And feigned amazement As he for a few moments he had developed one Story. A rival. Soviet foreign min when he came to the punch Istir Andrei Gromyko who line she threw Back her head Speaks English Well got into Anc laughed the act. Rut Khrushchev bounced Back. When it was time for the guests to take the seats for the musical entertainment after the dinner he sat beside Jackie. There was about a foot Between their chairs. Nikita shifted his chair closer. Khrushchev regaled her with anecdotes. At one Point she Poland taps Bank chief As ambassador to . Warsaw a up a Poland saturday named Edward Droz Niak As Poland to new ambassador to the United states succeeding Romuald Spasowski. Drozniak 59, has been chairman of the polish state Bank i since 1956. American Jet crashes set Atlantic Mark Paris a a1 a the b58 bomber which streaked across the Atlantic in 2\ 3 hours crashed near Here saturday killing its Crew of three. The huge four Jet Craft of the . Air Force was taking part in a 15-nation air show at Lebourget Field. It passed Over the stands containing some 20,000 spectators and then disappeared Over the horizon. A Ball of fire seconds later residents of the town of Louvres about to Miles North of Paris saw the triangular shaped plane turn into Quot a Ball of fire and plunge into a Field. Debris was scattered Over a wide area and burned furiously until firemen extinguished the flames. Air Force officials identified the Crew members As maj. Elmer e. Murphy 36, of Poseyville ind., the Pilot maj. Eugene e. Moses 40, Altoona pa., navigator and 1st it. David f. Dickerson 27, Ardmore okla., who manned the defense system. This was a different Crew from the one which flew the supersonic bomber from new York to Paris May 26 in three hours 19 minutes 41.5 seconds a a record. Its average Speed on that flight was 1,095.9 Miles an hour. The hop from new York to Paris was a continuance of a non Stop flight originating at the planets base Carswell air Force base in Texas. It refuelled in flight. Earlier Crew the flight commemorated the 34th anniversary of Charles a. Lindbergh to new York Paris Solo hop. That took 33>/2 hours or to times the b58�? record. Members of the Crew on the record flight were maj. William Payne Pilot capt. William l. Polhemus navigator and capt. Juk Nik discuss situation in Laos vows dominican Republic will hold free elections warns the West to hold Berlin related Story on Page 2 Ciudad Trujillo dominican Republic top a Gen. Raymond b. Wagener defense or saturday systems operator. That Crew stayed on the pledged proved to support plans a by his assassinated 100,000 fight floods in China Tokyo a it it a More than 100.000 chinese flood fighters Are battling the effects North Side l. Trujillo or. Because he was Era to remark that angry at being forcibly retired tried to invade ground saturday to appear in father to hold free elections a television show. In the dominican Republic next year. The Island Republic to armed forces chief also said he favors granting amnesty to dominican exiles abroad a provided we can maintain Tranquility and Prosperity in the ?� Trujillo spoke at a news conference where he said the assassination of his father was planned by an army general seeking revenge and men who acted because of a political ?� sees motive he said Gen. Juan Tomas Diaz still at Large plotted the an aircraft Industry executive at the air show said the plane took off made a pass in turn to Page 2, col. I Mother kills three children Milwaukee a up it a police said a 25-year-old Mother shot and killed her three Small children in her Home saturday and then called officers. She was identified by police ,. A a. A mrs. Johnette Connor. Whoslayn8 of Generalissimo Rafael lives in a lower Flat on the near from the army. Trujillo told newsmen he. Would firmly support plans for butteries. Free elections in May 1962, As announced by the government last May 23 in a note to the organization of american states Oas. Needles Castro new York a up a or Franz Meyer president of the West Berlin upper House of parliament said Friday that a oif Berlin Falls All of Europe if fid listas will fall state by ?� our country he said that was the a logical atomic testing Reich Are on today s Agenda the 32-year-old Trujillo Vienna apr president Kennedy and soviet Thrush a their beards would Fly like sequence for any Concession on Berlin a and he added he. Hoped president Kennedy Premier Nikita s. A would make it perfectly Clear Chev discussed the dangerous added a Castro tried once in to Premier Khrushchev that the situation in Laos during Pri june 1959 and the beards did Western allies will take a vate Summit tasks lasting 31? ?� Strong stand on ?� k a May talk. Is ? a. . Company test fires big rocket engine Sacramento Calif. A Ltd it a Aero Jet general corp. Saturday test fired what it termed the most powerful Sohd rocket engine in the world. The company said the giant motor with More than 50 tons of solid propellant generated a half million pounds of thrust. This exceeds the most powerful thrust revealed by the United states a the 460,000 pounds produced by the new Titan la with a two stage missile. Rust engine the russians sent the first Man into space by clustering their engines to provide what they announced officially As 20 million horsepower. Aero Jet engineers translated this into 300,000 pounds of thrust per engine. Aero Jet president Dan a. Kimball said a othe significance of this event is not solely that we have fired the world to largest solid fuel rocket motor. It is that we have demonstrated that we can make very Large rockets in pieces or ?� 3 segments Kimball explained that the Aero Jet motor was made up of three segments joined together just before firing. It measured 8 feet 4 inches across weighed 55 tons and was 30 feet Long. Splitting the unit into three Basic pieces Kimball said in a news release provided a product that can be transported easily and assembled at a launch site within minutes. The test explosion rocked the Sacramento area and formed a smoke Cloud visible up to 30 Miles away. Can Republic by followers of could not possibly have taken Cuba to Fidel Castro Trujillo Over the country because he asked about the possibility a Jica in a g ending a three week visit to talks As Quot Frank courteous of an invasion of the Domini a Quot heavy drinking traitor who he United s at is ?� in All the two leaders were together six hours with part of that time taken by luncheon and a session in which their foreign ministers and other aides participated. Press conference said a of am reminded of my Fath of heavy rainstorms along the min River in Fukien province Southeast China the new China news Agency reported saturday. The Agency said some areas were submerged and people living in Low lying areas have been evacuated to higher ground. It added that about la inches of rain fell from wednesday until today on an extensive area in Fukien province. A Oover 100,000 army men workers peasants professors students functionaries and other sections of the City to population have been working round the clock to strengthen and raise the Dike along the min River a the Agency re ported. The children were Nicholas Sampson 6, a son by a previous marriage Ransom 18 months and Quillie ., six months. A Otheya tre better off a policeman quoted mrs. Conner As saying. Her husband Quillie 28, apparently was not in the Flat at the time of the shootings. Neighbors said he was last seen Friday night. Find bullets hidden inside earthen jugs Oran Algeria up a a customs officer checking a rail shipment of 630 earthen jugs from Morocco saturday lifted one out of its Case. It was unusually heavy and slipped from his hands and broke. Among the shattered bits the officer found dozens of sub machine gun bullets. The other jugs were checked and found to contain about 25,000 rounds local news Page 6, 7 0f ammunition. It was assumed they were meant for the Alger boiler explodes 32 Are injured West Belmar n It soviet Union protests a at least 32 persons were in a Iuro on . When attack on embassy lacked prestige in the armed forces. The Generalissimo to son did not elaborate on his statement that political ideologies were involved in the assassination last tuesday night. Jared one seriously when boiler exploded saturday night Moscow a up a the sees Chance of tax slash spokesmen for the leaders Washington a Pic of the words two most pow responsibility of transforming Sec. Of the Treasury Douglas Erfeld nations held an unusual the cuban Economy because Dillon said saturday the pros int is conference to an a a the very Humble economic a scan t a Kin 111 in n in Tov a e a ii. Franco rakes West on Cuba Madrid a up a Gen. Francisco Franco charged saturday that Cuba fell into communist hands because of what he called the Lack of foresight of the West. Franco spoke in inaugurating a new session of the Spanish parliament. In his speech Franco said the soviet Union has taken the India s envoy finishes service in Moscow Moscow a up it a retiring Indian ambassador k. P. S. Menon paid Farewell Calls sat urday to pres. Leonid Brezhnev and first Deputy Premier Anastas i. Mikoyan. Menon has been his country to ambassador Here since Early 1953 and was the last foreigner to see Joseph Stalin before his death. In this Section world . And state news pages.2, 3, 4, 8, 19 during a Bingo game. Police chief Walter c. Witt said most of the injured were scalded with steam or hot water. The blast occurred in the boiler room adjacent to the main Hall on the ground floor of a one Story Concrete building. There were about 215 persons in the Hall at the time of Makarios the explosion. About 50 persons were sitting near the blast area. Soviet Union filed a Strong pro can test note with Argentina saturday because of an attack on the soviet embassy in Buenos Aires wednesday. Four gasoline bombs were thrown and the door was charred. Tass the soviet news Agency said the note contained a othe most Resolute ?� peer of a big jump in tax Jno Unce the trend of ?ttalks.1 sacrifice these investments f6\6nu6s if 1962 is 3 Prosper a the soviet spokesman for might mean for the soviet Ous year raises Hope that taxes Ejon office press chief m. A Union is Well compensated by Kharlamov used the term the Impact it is going to prone Quant it d the statement up a i i t f u i to describe the meet Duce in the c Arri bean nations that taxes can he Cut by saying Jpn but Kennedy to representa-1 and in latin America As a it will depend upon whether Russ Secretary Pierre ?� Congress approves an Over Balinger avoided tile term. Franco said this situation All tax review and tax Reform v Khar cannot be fought with old beginning next year. Lambov said a othe adjustment must be a Good bit larger than any reduction that May be a part of it a pressed on the Point capitalist policies. A or. Khrushchev is satisfied with the talks so far As was1 prelate in a it it a archbishop 1�� president of the Cyprus Republic arrived saturday for an official visit to the United Arab Republic. Bear gives up on City life spends night in tree then ambles off american heritage Page 12 editorial Page i Ian nationalist rebels and investigation was ordered. An Gaylord Mich. A up a maybe the tranquil Izer did the trick. Or perhaps it was the hubbub of City life. At any rate a Black Bear returned to the quiet of the Woods saturday after spending an exciting night in this Northern lower Michigan resort Center. The Bear which weighed about 175 pounds caused the excitement after it ambled into Gaylord Friday night Soma dogs gave Chase and the Bear shinned up a tree. It looked Down on the crowd of More than 200 that gathered 35 feet below. Conservation officers fired three tranquil Izer pellets and one hit the Bear. Finally when the crowd thinned out the Bear came Down and ambled off for the Woods. The conservation men decided to let him go undisturbed. They figured the Bear had seen All he wanted to see of City life and would not return. A othe moment a he said the talks so far As i Quot Des a Mit dec pm in to it �?".-� it a a a a know the a Dju inn was defend Western civilization i Dillon said. By adjustment he a trios Here was not 10 defend capitalism said he meant the closing of and hit capitalism is precisely the loopholes the broadening of Lau Burden suffered by the West the base and the lowering of of Hopin for isl of results Tern ?� tax rates so As to achieve the today to topics. Same total ?� the spokesmen said the . A oin the process of working president and the Leader of out this rather complicated sex world communism Are exercise there May Well be a petted to discuss nuclear weather should be some tax re Pons testing disarmament and auction and i think there to the problems of Germany when room for some a Dillon added they close their Summit ses the Treasury s e e r e t a r y Sions today spoke in an interview with Salinger said the discussion1 Sens. Clifford p. Case r n j., of Germany will include the and Harrison a. Williams d turn to Page 2, col. 2 n j., recorded for use by new Jersey radio and television newsman s task Racine area weather stations. Adopts Waif a Tehran Iran a la to Premier a Amini 55-year-old descendant of the Shah of Iran has adopted a two month old baby boy found starving on the Street. Can be difficult when it comes to ferreting out defense department news. For a reporter to analysis of the problem see Page 3. Muumuu mint it my mostly sunny and warmer today. Fair and warmer tonight. Monday partly Cloudy with a Chance of thundershowers by night. High today mid-70s, lower near the Lake. Low tonight Low 50s. Light variable winds. Elsewhere in state mostly sunny and a Little warmer. Fair and a Little warmer tonight. Monday partly Cloudy and warm. Chance of showers or thundershowers by afternoon or night. High sunday mostly in the 80s, Low tonight 5260,

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