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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 19, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Tutti to the Racine journal times vol. 32, no. , wis., sunday March 19, 1961 68 ?"5 ?"20 cents Gable s widow enters Hospital to have baby Hollywood a Abs Clark Gables widow saturday entered a Hospital to give birth monday by caesarean Section to the late actor to child. Mrs. Ray Spreckels Gable has been living in seclusion on a nearby ranch since the funeral for Gable 59, who died nov. 16 of a heart attack in the same Hospital where the baby will be born. Mrs. Gable is 41. She lost a baby the couple expected in 1955. Blame agitators for generating Angola violence Lisbon. Portugal a i a a the portuguese government charged saturday that outside agitators prepared Witch doctors for a terrorist rampage in Portugal to african territory of Angola by making the natives believe they had become bulletproof. A communique from the overseas ministry hinted that the soviet Union tried to stall voting on Angola in the .1-Security Council so that news of last week to incidents could be published and influence the balloting. The ministry said Witch doctors in the Catete Region near angolan to seacoast capital of Luanda had confessed that Agi Regina sask. A up tutors helped them. Four babies Are dead and one anointed with Oil is in critical condition after a a they were anointed with solution of Bracic acid was Oil and Given amulets which mistakenly used in their feed made them supposedly Bullet a Quot formula at the Grey nuns proof a said the communique Hospital Here adding that life in the Rural two of the infants died sat areas now is returning to urday night. The other to o died help end Laos War Rusk asks Gromyko 4 babies die after mix up in their formula Winter drops in on Racine area a new blast from the waning police reported frequent i Winter hit the Racine area sat nor traffic accidents but said urday night. Few major mishaps were re hazardous driving conditions ported at the outset of the developed in the Wake of the storm. Rain sleet and Snow which fell month to total starting saturday afternoon. Friday. Sister Superior Rita Fortier said that in addition to the Normal. This is the latest in a series of reports from Angola about terrorist outbreaks. The first critically ill infants five other one came on thursday the Day babies were affected by the after the . Security coun poisonous formula. The five Cit turned Down an asian and be said. Are not in serious con african request to investigate edition. She said that about Sev condition in Angola following in or eight of the 45 babies in disturbances reported to have the Hospital Nursery were fed killed As Many As too persons the formula there last month. J a what appears to have Hap a Othus we can understand opened is that a Bracic acid the Man Euver of the soviet solution ended up in a Jug Delegate Deputy foreign min labelled distilled water and in ister Valerian Zorin in trying that form was taken to the to prolong the Security Council Hospital formula room where session delaying voting until All formulas for All infants Are after the events which wre prepared daily from a doctor to now know took place became prescription sister Superior ?� the communique said Rita said. I she added that the distilled claim Quot confession water and a 2. Per Cen it also charged that Ghana s Bracic acid solution Are both . Delegate a of confessed his processed in the same room at country intervened in Angola the Hospital but that the acid and promoted terrorism. It said is placed in Brown one gallon Emmanuel Daudet . Repro just dearly marked with Inch tentative of the Congo Braz High letters burned into the Zavill referred on wednes Side. Day to three news items he she said the distilled water had received from Angola and jugs Are the same size but Are Praise for a pkg from Hagerty Washington a a a president Kennedy saturday got a Pat on the Back for his televised news conferences from James c. Hagerty press Secretary to former pres. Dwight d. Eisenhower. Hagerty now an american broadcasting co. Vice president said Kennedy a ois doing a pretty Good jobs with his to news conferences. He said he knew of no better Way to get the president to news conferences to the people. The first of the Snow pushed the month to total beyond the 17 inches record a year ago when the Racine area had its third snowiest March on record. The Snow came after one tenth of an Inch of rain fell saturday afternoon and began changing to sleet. Skid into ditch City and county Crews started sanding and salting operations at hazardous intersections and stretches of highways As the storm got under Way. In one Accident saturday evening three Kenosha per a of the car received bruises the county Highway de sons were injured when the his wife Hulda 63, and Aneth apartment reported traffic was automobile in which they were or passenger mrs. Catherine getting through but driving Riding went out of control and Schandel 85, were reported in conditions were hazardous. Skidded into a ditch West of Good condition at St. Luke to Crews began blowing and sait Union Grove on Highway la. Hospital. Both suffered Possi my at 7 . And put on heavier Ruldoph Ladwig 66, Driver Hie Back and Chest injuries equipment at 10 45 . Again no solution apparent after 5-hour Parley seize 7 in theft of Gold Bullion space capsule succeeds in test Buenos Aires Argentina a a police saturday announced that seven persons have been arrested and charged with the theft of about 38 million pesos $455,000 in Gold. Bullion from the Buenos Aires Washington a an Airport Jan. 15. Unmanned Mercury space Cap the officers said All but 8 sule was shot 40,000 Leet above million pesos had been recon the Virginia coast saturday in erect its most punishing test yet. It came through with flying parachutes. A oif it were a manned flight a Man could have gone through among those reported arrested was an airline stewardess. Neither she nor the airline was identified. Three gunmen dressed in that indicated he knew in daunt to Page 2, col. I Clear in color and plainly marked. Also Are professor to join circus As a Clown East Lansing Mich. A up a most youngsters dream at one time or another of running away to join a circus. Or. Charles w. Boas 35, is making the dream a reality. His decision is somewhat unusual in that Boas is quitting a position As a University professor to become a Clown in the circus. Boas who received his doctor of philosophy degree from the University of Michigan is married the father of four children and an assistant professor of geography at Michigan state University. Became authority but he to always been fascinated by circuses and clowning. He has written extensively on the subject and has become an authority on the history of the circus. At Michigan state he promoted an annual a spartan circus among students featuring collegiate gymnasts. He started professional clowning at supermarket openings and made other promotional appearances. Then he started touring Summers As a Clown with various circuses. Boas said he loved the life and so did his wife and children. But each fall he would return to the Campus to assume the role of a professor. Will continue writing Boas finally decided to become a career Clown. He has moved his family out of their Home and into a trailer and monday will go on the Road with the Penny Brothers circus. He plans to continue writing and research into the history of clowning and circuses. A Oitt to something eve always wanted to do a Boas said a and i realized i would no to be Happy until i tried it. A Oitt to not that in to dissatisfied with teaching a he explained. A of have Strong regrets about leaving the University. It to just that i think Iti be happier in the big top than the big ?� it satisfactorily a said William aviation mechanics to uniforms h. Bland assistant chief of the broke into a locked room at the Mercury space task group. Airport and took the Gold after the shot at Wallops Island holding up customs agents the va., was to test the escape police said. Mechanism for the space Cap sule under the w Orst possible conditions. It May be the last it resident to i Rovel test needed before a similar to Fly a Virginia estate capsule carried a Man on a 3 125-mile High 200-mile Long Washington a up a flight from Cape canaveral president Kennedy expects to Fla follow today what is becoming the capsule was lofted sat u f spending part of urday by a Little Joe rocket j i a 25-foot Booster. It soared to the weekend at the 400-acre about 40,000 feet where it de estate he and mrs. Kennedy cached from the rocket with have leased near Middleburg its escape rockets. A the capsule broke out Para mrs. Kennedy went to the chutes and floated Down to the estate Glen Ora Friday night. Atlantic Landing 14 Miles be the White House said the Pond where it w As expected president and his 3-year-old because of High winds. The daughter Caroline expect to capsule was picked up by a make the 45-mile trip this Navy tug within an hour. Morning. Washington up a at an extraordinary five hour conference Sec. Of state Dean Rusk sought the co operation of soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko saturday to bring an Early end to the civil War in Laos. He apparently failed however to make any immediate Progress toward ending the laotian crisis. V a joint statement said simply that the two foreign ministers Hope their discussion a will Lead to a better Mutual understanding of the positions and attitudes of both ?� further consideration the statement gave no hint whatever of any Progress toward an agreement but spoke rather of further consideration of outstanding problems. It did not specify particular problems but it was Learned that the major emphasis of the Long conference w a s on the laotian crisis and the wording of the agreed statement clearly showed a Lack of Progress in narrowing the differences. Though Laos was the most immediately critical Issue discussed it was by no Means the Only one. . Problems others reportedly included a variety of United nations problems disarmament the Congo and the Berlin situation. All these have a bearing on the possibility of some future meeting Between president Kennedy and soviet Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev. Gromyko sidestepped questions from newsmen with the remark that a joint statement w Ould be issued. The statement also turned out to be couched in very general terms. It said a othe foreign minister and the sen. William Proxmire sat Ference Center North of Racine social Security proposals now Secretary of state had an open urday night said that the at seeking to relate Congress to b e f o r e c ingress. Proxmire and Frank discussion on a Vari Tain ment of american goals in pending legislative program to was acne rally pessimistic about Ety of subjects of Mutual m f it.,prospects of adoption of a Large the 1960s is a problem of american goals for the 1960s, of the am in this ses. Tel St. Arousing americans to their Proxmire called Al the legis Sjon of Congress. Sion will Lead b Itter Mutual problems native proposals of the Ken the a Wick no in pm torsion win Ieada to a Detter Mutual to to Ned administration a Omodest Wisconsin senator also understanding of the positions the Wisconsin Democrat r1 c1-v a re in. Discussed administration pro and attitudes 0f k0lh Novern Konro Tan anti Iran a he said they were not Radical 4 Dan attitudes or Dom govern spoke before an american Asch s like Hose proposed by turn to Page 6, col. I ments and May facilitate the the Early new Deal. consideration of outstanding no a new dealt of primp ?� a othere is no feeling a prox i Verti Itie meets yugoslav official journal tunes photo sen. William Proxmire left was greeted by Ernest Stewart Washington d.c., executive director of the american alumni Council As the senator arrived at Wingspread North of Racine to address the american Assembly on National goals. Americans must be aroused says Proxmire at Wingspread Johnson foundation mire said a Oto make the new Frontier another new Deal. That would have an Adverse effect on the role of the Indi-1 ?� he discussed the depressed areas Bill the unemployment compensation Extension mini mum wage Extension and report British diver swam under secret . A sub holy Loch Scotland up identified the Man officially a the . Navy disclosed sat but his dive was detected by urday night a briton made an personnel aboard the proteus. Unauthorized dive beneath the. A la Quot do Quot quote or intruder was capt. Michael proteus top secret Mot it ship adm be Henderson. The of America s nuclear submarine news 0f the world said Hen Force on this Side of the at Derson claimed to have lactic. ,. Scratched his initials six inches the Navy said it has not a Job in two places on the proteus. Henderson has no connection with the British armed serv world . And state news ices. 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9 the news of the world quoted Henderson As saying Windup in the history of the 0 earlier Tusk and forei8� Wisconsin High school Bas her rotary hoc a pops in of Yugoslavia conferred for 45 minutes on disarmament the Congo and several other International questions. Popovic described the discussion As a Overy useful and said a owe Are very satisfied with ?� the state department said the two men had a of profitable discussion of questions of interest to both ?� Wethall championship tournament saw Milwaukee Lincoln capturing the title for the second time in three years. Details in today to sports Section. in this Section pages map wire photo Kennedy Stevenson confers president son at the White House saturday on possible resume Kennedy talked yith . Ambassador Adlai Steven \ Don of disarmament talks with the soviet Union. Local news Page 6 a of wondered just How Good the. £., saw run to mainly not acting on instruct editorial % Page lotions a a Racine area weather Snow ending this Forenoon becoming partly Cloudy this afternoon and tonight. Expected snowfall Between 4 and 5 inches. Colder tonight. Monday partly Cloudy. High today mid 30s. Low tonight near 20. Northerly winds 10-15 Miles an hour. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy North mostly Cloudy South half today with Little change in temperatures. Fair and colder tonight. Monday partly Cloudy. High today 35-42. Low tonight 10-15 Northwest and 15-25 Southeast

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