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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 07, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin I it a the Racine journal time s vol. 32, no. 18.Racine, wis., sunday May 7, 1961 68 ?"5 ?"20 cents loss of Laos would mean grave peril to . By William l. Ryan a Ioctl a Prtt a analyst j Laos an important Barrier to red expansion in Southeast Asia is about to be taken Over by world communism and this signals the opening of one of the most perilous periods in the history of . Foreign policy. This is the Tenor of thinking in responsible Washington circles today. The thinking goes this Way a fighting mood is developing a feeling that when Laos goes the United states will have been pushed just about asst far As it can be pushed by communist political and military aggression. An intensive Campaign is Likely to Alert the american people to grave dangers ahead in the next 12 to 18 months and prepare them for the idea that the time has come for a stand against shrewd and implacable enemies of the Western Way of life. The loss of Laos in the Field or at the conference table seems just a matter of time militarily the kingdom is in defensible it is being enveloped by forces which for a decade have been indoctrinated by the communists to fight against a Buddhist people who Don t want to fight Back a neutralise government May result from conferences but it is not Likely to stand up Long against communist pressures. The Only question appears to be How cautious the soviet Union will be in directing the envelopment in the Light of turn to Page 2, col. I Burlington boy Falls off raft drowns in pit Rusk arrives in Oslo for talks plane crashes a boy. In state Oslo Norway a a a Sec of state Dean Rusk arrived in Norway saturday night for a strategy meeting of the Atlan i tic Alliance and warned that Security against tyranny de 10-year-old Burlington of Ndu to on Quot our Point w m and a. A a a a. It ability to defend our Freedom Alvin Rauschl Ppd by of ?z., i from raft late saturday after-1 Niht of Amer can a to. I noon and drowned in eight naut asian b Shepard or. Al feet of water in a gravel put ready had brought Hope and on the Philip Warren farm off cheer for Alliance foreign min old Highway 43, a mile South ister8 assembling to restore of Burlington. Their battered Unity. The Rausch boy and three companions including h i s brother. Leo 9, were playing on the raft which is used to float pumping equipment into the pit to Drain seepage water into the nearby Fox River. The boy fell into the water a Bove the spot where the suction hoses ire located and the water is the deepest. It is the on a spot at which the water grand Bahama Island a press officer who said that was a closely detailed discus Mercury director and Walter is More than four feet deep. Or Pic Alan b. Shepard or. Shepard preferred to wait in Sion of everything that of Williams Mercury operations could t swim briefed his fellow astronaut til a massive news conference curved on the ?� director. Minneapolis Man and three Burlington Rescue squad saturday on his 5,100 mile an in Washington on monday be sitting in on the meeting afterwards. Astronaut Walt Morin Lam members pieced together this Bour journey into space and fore making any further pub were Robert Gilruth project turn to Page 2, col. I St Ory he id Quot the Only complaint i have lie statement. Space flight was t Long enough says Shepard to fellow astronauts Pilot 3 boys perish in fall near Merrill Merrill wis. A up it a said the Rausch boy. W h 0that the flight was t Long Shepard and the other six could t swim. Apparently lost end usow ,. F y a was hmm his balance and slipped to beef statement came in ton monday morn my. Pres the water. One of his com re pm Quot a to a query from news Dent Kennedy will present Anions. Dan Kretschmer to men 11 who pa55ed t0 hem but she Pard with the of 801 Lincoln St., Dove in after the boy but could t find Ala Ala him. The other boys brother Leo and Brierly to of 360 Elmwood ave., tossed Kretschmer a Cable and pulled him Back on the raft and the three boys crossed the Fox River and dashed to the control Tower Khrushchev Gregory Nikita salutes . Triumph service medal of the National aeronautics and space administration and All the astronauts will meet privately for 30 minutes with the president. Will see wife in Washington Shepard will be reunited with his wife and his parents or. And mrs. Alan a a Premier Shepard sr., of Derry saturday Mes after Brief ceremonies at the ecu la inc Lulu a. Lutc. Congratulations to presi Airport the party will be lifted at the intersection of the Soo congratulations 1lo tresi Kyj k j a Zenri Mitiu Nupp a nerf Railroad Dent Kennedy on the space by helicopter the 14 Miles to and Milwaukee Alan b shed the South Lawn of the White lines South of Burlington on a no 01 l mar it asian a anew House v Highway 83, to Call for help. Artas new Agency mid the Congress will hold a recep had to return Telegram offered Khrushchev s lion for the 37-year-old Navy the control Tower operator congratulations in the name of commander and there is some summoned the Rescue squad the people of the soviet of a congressional medal which responded to the con Union. Of Honor for which a special tool Tower believing the acc a othe latest outstanding act of Congress would be recent had occurred in the River achievement in Many to Conquest quire. When it was Learned that the of the Cosmos opens up in Shepard is undergoing Intel drowning was in the gravel limited possibilities for the sve physical medical and pay pit Pond the squad had to re study of nature in the name Etiological tests Here to return to Burlington in order to of Progress Quot Khrushchev said. Armine if he suffered any of Cross the River at the Jefferson a please convey my cordial feds from Friday to 15-minute Merrill area boys were killed saturday when a Light plane crashed into Farmland beneath a heavily overcast sky. The Lincoln county sheriff to office identified the victims As Robert j. Bertrand ,31, of Minneapolis. Formerly of Pasadena. Calif. And Timothy. 15, and David Buerhring. 12, and a third unidentified boy. Timothy and David were Brothers who lived on route 2, Merrill and the other boy was a Foster child living with the nuer rings. Did t bum Bertrand said to be an advertising Man. Rented the plane Friday at la Crosse. The plane did not Burn and a witness at the scene said there a was no to enough left of it to the plane took off from a Field Here shortly before 3 p m and crashed 24 Miles North of the Field. Wide turn a of wire photo parachutist blasts off a a blaring blast hurled parachutist w. T. Hay 350 feet into tha air during the first manned test of a new rocket powered ejection seat at Chalgrove England the teat was made to Abow that flier can bail out at Low a Rit Ude from a nose Down position or in a downward flight path and reach Over four times tha height of non rocket powered ejection seau. Nikita reaffirms Cuba Aid threat a Journel time photo Freddie Peklo for meritorious service convey my St. Bridge to go to the Warren congratulations to the space ride. Doc Pai in Nunn a Aren farm on the East Side of the tors reported saturday he a by icons ill 3 mall. River. Earlier in a speech in a pealed to be in a excellent t the boy is survived by his Mema. The Premier appeared health and very High sports a. Hal line Rolf in parents. Or. And mrs. Jacob to belittle the feat. He noted staying in Hospital i in Iii Xiu Wiric i us vim Iii Rausch and six Brothers an that soviet astronaut Yuri he is staying in a Hospital a sister. Racine Mercury climbs to 75 in Racine Gagarin a was the first Man to on this Bahama Island where i at inc policeman penetrate the Cosmos. In he was flown after his recon Pek a it 25, who shot and fatally a triumphal flight of Man in Ery from the sea Freddie Donald Dodge president of the association. Wounded an armed burglar at a cosmic ship All the Way the other six members of the Daum motor sales co., 518 around the Earth and not just the astronaut team held a Long c0ijege ave last november is in one conference with Shepard in the soviet commentator con Hospital saturday. T0 receive an award for Merl a summer enthusiasts As Well ceded that the flight of Shepard a Oit was the Type of de Brief Nous service monday at the As the May Flowers were Given is a Oan undeniable achievement ing session that any test Pilot Wisconsin policemen to Assn. Fresh encouragement saturday of the american space explore holds after a Mission a a Mer convention at Lake Delton seas a shift of wind sent the tem Tion program Pesature to 75 degrees the warmest this year and the highest Reading since last october. The Mercury climbed 17 degrees in less than an hour in mid afternoon when the wind switched from Northeast to the Southwest. Previous High temperature this year was a 70 on april 12. The High on May 6 last year was a 62 and the Low was 42. Today is expected to be fair and mild with temperatures in the 70s. the favorite carry Back roared up from far behind to win the 87th running of the Kentucky Derby saturday. Details in today s sports Section. in this Section world . And state news pages 2, 3, 4, 9, Roll local 6, 8 american heritage. Page 7 20 Loury spokesman reported. A Oit cording to Racine police capt. Moscow a a Premier see All military alignments Khrushchev again threatened abolished so that International soviet Aid saturday if Cuba is disputes could be resolved by witnesses said they saw the attacked. He assailed . Peaceful Means through Nego plane making a wide circling policy and called for the United to nations As Well As through the left turn As though the Pilot states to Deal with Cuba on a United tried to return to the Airport. I Quot live and let live Quot basis. The Tail caught on a Fence Khrushchev did not mention just a few feet above the missile Aid for Cuba but said in preserved in Laos must Wel ground. The Tail was ripped a speech to the armenian re come the 14-nation conference away and the Forward part of Public parliament in Yerevan the plane went tumbling end a oif the . Imperialists Conover end in the Field. Tray to common sense should Bertrand had worked in fling it into another Undis Northern Wisconsin taking to guided venture against the Tion pictures of resort areas Cuba Republic that would in another award citing the which he provided for Televik a i i serious consequences. Same incident will be received Sion shows. He was a Friend above All for the United states Sia country Iron ,?t by police chief Leroy Jenkins of the Buerhring family and itself. The imperialists can no status Esta Susnea by a on behalf of the department was taking the boys for a Short longer get away with their Geneva agreement in 1904. Peklo surprised Thomas ride when the plane crashed j ventures the soviet Premier said those who Are anxious to see peace scheduled to open next Friday in Geneva. Blames . He charged that the troubles in Laos followed american efforts to divert that Southeast Johnston 21, who lived at 1608 Hamilton ave., after the youth rebel predicts Cuba had broken into the motor com Pany through a rear window. Police said the patrolman spotted the youth inside armed with a 22-caliber pistol. When the youth tried to flee Peklo ran to the front of the building where he saw a serv to be invaded again the soviet Union is preparing seriously for disarmament talks but agreement on total disarmament must precede the a aggressive forces Quot Khrushchev said the International situation recently had fixing 0f controls he said. The worsened and was aggravated United states and the West Chicago a Cpin a cuban a Oby the fact that aggressive have proposed disarmament by rebel spokesman said saturday forces in the United states a t a g e s a w Ith progressively another liberation army will in were Able to provoke an at stronger controls Vade Cuba probably within tack upon the cuban re general surrenders sought in Algeria revolt rub a dub dub a Alan Witt 21-year-old chemistry student equipped a Bathtub with an outboard motor and a keel and went boating on Pidding Hoe Lake Newhaven England. Witt Hopes to chug across the English Channel to France in Juna in a stunt to raise fund for Charity. Wire photo six months. Quot but the next Landing. In another allusion to the ice door had been partly asserted or. Jose Ignacio soviet Campaign to wipe out opened. The patrolman fired Rasco information Secretary of nato Seato and similar alone shot through the door and the democratic revolutionary lances Khrushchev said killed Johnston who was front will be better prepared. I a othe soviet Union wants to standing inside. Scheduled to address the 190 convention delegates at monday night to banquet is gov. Gaylord Nelson who recently proclaimed May 15 As Wisconsin peace officer to Day. Wisconsin became the 14th state to set aside that Date Iii commemoration of Law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. The policemen to convention begins today and will end tuesday. N be members of the Racine police department will attend As delegates. They Are capt. Donald Dodge capt James Pettit detective Lawrence Hagman and patrolmen Mel Hagopian Richard Ros Block. Donald Eckert Donald Lefave Robert Lehman and j Amel Kaplan. Algiers a up a White the revolt collapsed. Four other haired Gen. Andre Zeller generals in Algiers w Ere a walked wearily into a police rested for supporting the i station saturday and surren surjection and were sent to dered to face trial and Possi Paris. Hie execution for insurrection but Challey to chief in the uprising. Gens. In last month s army revolt. Raoul Salon and Edmond Jou. Within three hours Zeller hard Are still at Large had been hustled aboard an Zeller 63, fourth in com air plane for Paris to join five Mand. Told police he had been other generals imprisoned in hiding with relatives in Algiers since the night of april 25, w Hen Challe threw in the Towel Sante prison. Gen. Maurice Challe the ringleader surrendered when and the revolt ended. Racine area weather fair and mild today. Partly Cloudy with Chance of Shower tonight. Monday mostly Cloudy with showers and thundershowers Likely. High today near 70. Low in mid 50s. West to Southwest winds 12-22 today becoming southerly tonight. Elsewhere in state fair South partly Cloudy and warmer North today. Partly Cloudy with a Chance of showers extreme South portion tonight. Monday mostly Cloudy with Little temperature change. Showers and thundershowers Likely. High today 58-65 North 64-72 South. Low tonight 45-50 North 50-55 South. The Tun rot Tod it i u a. No in ii a a. I i

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