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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 11, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin
Vol. 32, no. 23.racine, wis., sunday june la 1961 70 pages a ?"20 cents russians name new space Boss Moscow a /i1 Konstantin n. Rudnev saturday was appointed to the soviet Union to top scientific planning Job a Job vacated by the death june 2 of Mikhail thru Niche. Presumably he becomes the chief of the soviet space pro Gram. Together with the new Job Rudnev was Given the title of Deputy Premier. Thru Niche who died june i of a heart attack also was a Deputy pre Nikita pressed Juk for Reich talks leap from bus two boys perish new York a up a. Two 12-year-old boys were killed when they leaped from the rear of a moving bus and landed against a pillar of an elevated Railroad. Police said the youths had hitched a ride on a surface transit co. Bus. The victims were Joseph Brennan and Carlo Cintron both of the Bronx. Justice Douglas visits Wisconsin Tass reveals items in Russ Summit memo report finding wreckage from missing plane Tokyo a up a aircraft wreckage and clothing have been recovered in the a cd Fly in an area where a . Cargo plane was reported missing saturday but the air Force declined to make Consin. The Kettle Moraine is positive identification one 0f a areas proposed for an immediate peace conference Tass said it was making both incorporation in such a Park. F Vejl Germany it was disclosed memos Public because a num Tokyo fax wreckage Douglas planned to stroll Jass new Agency saturday a 9 Raj and life rafts believed to be about 18 Miles through the my it. From a missing u. S. Air Force Kettle Moraine country today. This conference would write plane were reported saturday a peace treaty to fix Germany to to have been found in the Pacific. No Trace was found of the eight crewmen. The japanese maritime safety Agency said search planes sighted wreckage a Small life raft and a Quot collapsed 20-Man life boat saturday. It is thought they came from a cl33 car Moscow a a a the go master that disappeared on soviet government newspaper Dundee wis. A it an a supreme course Justice William o. Douglas dropped in on Wisconsin to Kettle Moraine state Forest by helicopter saturday. Quot this area is a wonderful asset to the state a Douglas said after a Brief tour. The Justice came Here to Moscow it aah soviet pre american to allies first officials help promote the idea of an Jer Khrushchev proposed to i Sai l adding Quot in the meantime ice age National Park in wis pres Dent Kennedy in Here win of n0 substantive in Nam i to u Aff la Muraina in j co tit hic la i reds Scourge West on Laos Moscow a cat a irrevocable Borders make West Berlin a demilitarized free City end the Allied occupation of Berlin and turn Over control of its lifelines to the East German communists. Temporary plan if the allies were not ready to do this he offered an Quot interim solution a by which the Washington Pooh Pooh idea . Clerk fled to communists wont a flight from Tachikawa air Izvestia charged saturday be to Midway Island. Nigh a we. Hot Wou it Man so old woo us be government of Cicala saturday in to talk might the West had Eagger Given six months in which to Pooh poohed the idea that a ated the Padang incident in be together and themselves missing clerk in a super secret fused to confirm or Denv the Laos m an attempt to Tail the work out a solution that would Agency has de report Geneva peace talks be the basis treaty. Felted to thoth Quot japanese said wreckage Ihu paper Western d,p., Russia and the Western pow communist 1 be japanese said wreckage i Mats a Osha med great and ers would agree beforehand to and the Small life raft were lety found about 135 Miles East of the Lnu ident and accept whatever agreement the Tokyo the larger Lifeboat and a Obe Western newspapers a Athis was contained in a More wreckage about 180 Miles Arry concocted reports on Vio memorandum on the German carrying 47.000 pounds of to to s Ich Khrushchev r9r in a Ian Uji re Znna no y govern handed to Kennedy in Vienna cargo the plane had reported men troops and Neo Loa Hak Jast weekend. At communist Lead Patchet 16 minutes after Takeoff but was not heard from again. It units a the Large drawing portrays a Conception of the russian rocket that orbited Yuri Gagarin in the loudest shot yet of the space race. T he inset shows the Redstone rocket Only a tenth As powerful As the soviet vehicle that fired . Astronaut Alan Shepard 300 Miles through space. . Faces hard fact soviet Union has a 10-year Start in space drive but Here is a Box score of top opinion first the military significance. Gloomy future shortly after the russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin orbited the world april 12, rep. James Fulton d-., a member of the House committee on science and astronautics issued a disturbing warning. Russian to ability to orbit a Man or. Tate. Iii Fulton said that in four years but that endless nothingness called space is suddenly a time they could ring the world Paramount matter of National policy a vacant Arena where we have suffered Sharp setbacks a void the government is worriedly hastening to fill with men missiles and Money. Hard fact so Are the russians. And the Huzzah for cmdr. Alan Shepard Haven to chased away one persistent fact that circles overhead Hie a Buzzard editor s note despite the heartening Success of cmdr. Alan Shepard to flight the soviet Union is still Well ahead in the space race. In the following Story first of a four part series associated press writer Sid Moody discusses How the space Gap came to he what it Means in military terms and what the United states must do to catch up. By Sid Moody a new feature a writer it to colourless. You can to touch it. Or even smell it. With a system of satellites ready to Dart armed destruction on the United states at a Button to push. We would Only have two minutes warning he said. We now count on 15-20 minutes notice of missile attack from our radar network. The soviet i i Ion can put far Lugger Load in space than a bombardment sys. The United states can. I his is an important head Start a tem Wou a require great boost 10-run Lead in the lust inning. Or Power to orbit it. That the what does this Lead mean to russians have. It also would militarily does it end the can America catch up is our require a High order of stability a Pace rate and perhaps us space program in wasteful Dis it spa keep he a before it has scarcely be array gun there Are no Pat answers. How did they get ahead i expert opinions often conflict Eye accurate. U. S. Experts doubt Russia has such stability a now. The United state it current discoverer series employs the same principle As an attack satellite. Both eject an object to Earth. So far the United states has not been Able to keep up a satellite longer than three Days with the stability to return accurately a capsule. And even though planes have caught several capsules in air the target area has covered hundreds of Square Miles too Large for military practicality How Are the russians doing in this Field they returned Yuri Gagarin but so far As the United states knows they have no comparable satellite recovery program to the discoverer series. The Pentagon feels at worst the United states is no less than even with them on satellite stability. Minimizes danger but maj. Gen. John b. Medals retired commander of the army team that developed the highly successful Redstone missile while agreeing notes the larger the Booster the greater amount of stabilizing equipment that can be carried aloft. Or. Hugh Dryden Deputy administrator of the National had a 10-hour fuel Supply. List Crew the air Force has identified the missing crewmen As maj. Lawrence j. Ceretti 42, an aircraft commander and examiner. Capt. Ray l. Willman 32, commander of the missing aircraft. Capt. Donald e. Holmes 34, navigator. I St it. Nathan l. Patter son sin tor Navi Gator. Al capt. Leon i m. Miller Nav few / Gator a Reser a vist stationed at Ham i 11 o n air Force base Calif. His Home Miller town is la Crosse wis. Sgt. Oral g. Converse 34, flight Engineer to instructor. Sgt. Howard j. Otero 42, flight Engineer. Sgt. Billy r. Edwards 33, Load master. Of bloc. William h. Coving ton vanished Early last week and was the object of a w i d e _ _ spread search it set a new soviet time. Saturday. An table for the German question employee of the t in that headed off any showdown defense department for five information. Two fled but a Tass account article presented no detailed Over Berlin until the end of years he he a a $6,600-a-year alternative to the Western Ert is year j0b in which he was reported Sion that pro communist troops Tass a so distributed the text to have limited Access to secret overran a Mountain Ridge at of a second memorandum in Padang this week thus remove which Khrushchev denounced ing a threat to an important As dictatorship a Western pro communist Airfield. Postal for a Neutral director of urgency of the search for Western delegates have said nuclear test control machinery. Covington was heightened by the incident constituted a Vio a comment the that ast summer two lation of the cease fire Condi acut n Asa code clerks the con tons under which they agreed in Washington Blate de Sider ably higher on the to attend the talks in the first apartment officials said the i Dyment scale _ disappeared place. Memoranda have been under an j water turned up in Moscow. �7iarcti7r study since received and a rep Ese men Bemon f. Mitchell o ply would be made in due and Wil Jam a a Martjn san Salvador c it course. Have been serving As russian the government has approved there was no indication propagandists since their de a minimum wage Law of 90 when this might be. It would a or Tenn colones $36 a month. Have to be coordinated with turn to Page 2, col i find ancient altar Amman a a a Jordan to antiquities department says it has uncovered a Sun worship per to altar dating to the first Century in Amman to Citadel Mountain area. Nightmare. Of bloody racial violence faces the newly created Republic of South Africa. In a Story on Page 12, Section 3, Lynn Heinzerling associated press writer who won a pulitzer prize for his reporting on the Congo reviews the dangers and problems which plague the White supremacy government. Mini 111111111111111111111111111111111111111 in this Section world . And state news pages .2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 12 local 6 american heritage. Page 13 editorial Page 18 Friendship revived a Lobo a Wolf and Lutz Bauersachs i 3, greeted each other in Victoria b.c., saturday. The Wolf was one of three that were taken two years ago to be trained at a zoo operated by the boy to father. Lobo became a special pal of the boy but 18 months ago the three animals were sent to California on a movie assignment. The trainers though Lobo would forget but when he was returned saturday a bounded straight into the boy to Anna. The Asa is engaged in around the clock monitoring of electronic communications. Its activities Are so secret that its employees Are not supposed to Tell friends where they work. Had operation the defense department which operates Asa said Covington returned to work May 31 after a two month absence following an operation. He asked to get off june 2 saying he needed further medical attention and has not reported for work since. As nearly As officials could determine Covington left his Home in nearby Laurel my. On tuesday. His wife reported Lim missing wednesday. Racine area weather partly Cloudy and mild through monday with Chanc of late afternoon and evening thundershowers both Days. High today about 80, mid 70s near the Lake. Low tonight about of. Wind South to Southeast 8-18. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy with scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers today and monday warmer Northeast portion not much change in temperatures monday. High today mostly in 80. Low tonight 55-63, the Racine journal times
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