Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
28 May 1961

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28 May 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 28, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Stu Flthe Racine journal times vol. 32, no. 21.Racine, wis., sunday May 28, 1961 64 ?"5 ?"20 cents Holiday traffic is taking toll of 4 lives an hour Milwaukee Man slain after fight in tavern Milwaukee a it it a a 49 year old tavern customer was shot and killed at Benny s tap on the near North Side saturday. The 68-year-old Man accused of shooting Oliver col Lins was captured As he ran from the front door of the tavern. Traffic Vata i it it a to Thna 0vpr Friday saturday and Sun police said six shots were a. A Day of 1958. During the three fired after the two men in Tion s highways mounted to Dav Holiday Nenod last a part Afun what Cap to y Nonaway perk it a last year aged in an argument in the what safety experts termed saturday. Sunday and monday tavern alarming Satur the traffic toll a. 367. Day night taking an average of four lives an hour Howard Pyle president of National safety Council said the death toll was considerably above last year to near record rate for a pre memorial Day weekend. A othere is yet time to inject some sanity into this Holiday period Quot he said. A fall of us simply must exercise the utmost care and personal responsibility when we ?� at Midnight the National death toll was 119 killed in traffic 4 in boating mishaps 13 by drowning and 18 in miscellaneous accidents safety experts said warmer weather would attract Addi a tonal motorists to the highways and increase the hourly rate of traffic deaths. Four death crashes the worst traffic mishaps in the nation thus far in the Holiday period were two crashes that claimed four lives each four teenagers returning from a dance were killed in a car barn crash at Jacksonville. I la during a rainstorm a collision of two autos near mount Carroll Iii. Fatally injured four other persons. The National safety Council made no estimate of traffic deaths for the four Day 102-hour period. But for the Holiday itself to u e s d a a a the Council said the death toll from traffic accidents could reach too. This would be 30 More than for a non Holiday tuesday. 1950 casualties during the 102-hour memorial Holiday of 1950�?"the Tost year in which the Holiday fell on a tuesday there were 347 traffic deaths. 96 drownings and 128 miscellaneous deaths for a total of 571. Boating fatalities were not tallied separately then. The highest traffic toll of record for a three Day memorial Day Holiday is 371, set Nixon denounces Swap with Castro Cuba to execute a Quot a to another baby 3 members of invasion army key West. Fla. A up a Fidel Castro to firing squads will execute three members of the Small army that landed in Cuba last month a cuban radio station said saturday. The three men were condemned to death for having killed an old Castro supporter Juan Manuel Marquez who fought with the prime minister during the Sierra Maestra Days of the cuban revolution the radio said. The three were not identified but the broadcast said they had been members of the army of sex dictator Fulgencio Batista whom Castro overthrew. The death sentences were the first to be imposed on any members of the invasion Force. So far As is known. Castro has offered to Exchange for tractors 1,200 of the Rochester Mich. A Dpi a Cynthia Hudson a 3 year old saturday. It a Daniel Hudson to second birthday and it was Theodore Hudson to first. And they All got a Brand new brother Franklin for a birthday present. Mrs. Jeannette Hudson 22, of Rochester gave birth to her fourth consecutive child on May 27th at a nearby Almont Hospital. Her fifth and oldest is Richard who a 4 on May 8th. Papa Ronald Hudson is 23 and a tool designer at a twist Drill manufacturer to and he boasted As he passed out cigars that Franklin weighed in at 7 pounds 3 ounces. Says ran soming of prisoners is morally wrong laotian rebels deny . Claim Geneva a it a Imen captured since the april Monist led Patchet 17 attack but he and his saturday denied spokesmen have said Many. A i a a j and it is understandable that times that a criminals of the Eyar a repeated a and members of the tractors for Oklahoma City a up a it i morally wrong and unwise for the United states to Trade 500 tractors for 1,200 prisoners of the cuban invasion Richard m. Nixon declared Here saturday. Nixon urged president Kennedy to withdraw i approval of this transaction or at least hold the Export License of the tractors until Premier Fidel Castro agrees to a free election for the five million cuban. The former vice president said Freedom for five million could be delayed by trying to win Freedom for the 1.200 a Brave Young ?� Nixon made the statement at a press conference and repeated them at the Oklahoma Republican convention. A Overy difficult All americans Are seriously the com concerned about the prisoners tao rebels taken by Castro forces in the charges april invasion Nixon said. Batista Days will be prose v y violating the ease Preedom committee would try cute by revolutionary Tribu in m Laos to raise funds after the project nals. Patchet tao accused . Received the Blessing of the a committee of to prison officers of fomenting disorders president ers who spent the week in the in Laos. It is very difficult for any United states negotiating Cas the . Delegation issued a one to say no to the president trots proposal returned to cd statement to the stalled 14 of the United ?� he said. A saturday. Nation laotian conference de a oin this instance i think that before their arrival How bouncing the Patchet lao and the president was wrong. A Ever Havana radio reported enumerating what it said were the requirement of Export at least 30 truce violations by licenses and other procedures the rebels dating Back to May a puts the government right in 13. The Center of it even if a the statement said Patchet private committee is taking the lao troops Are continuing the Lead he said civil War in cynical disregard Dobrave men of the cease fire agreement. Nixon gave four reason Thoumi Vongvichith Patchet Why a opposed to the Trade lao delegation head called the i quoth wrong from the american charges pure standpoint of these 1.200 calumny. He told newsmen that to it rav a no he said. These men . Officers have parachuted risked their lives a oin an at pro West Royal laotian and to a it to 8in Freedom for Thailand soldiers behind Patchet their country a he said but tao lines and masterminded re they would be regaining their heated cease fire violations. Personal Freedom a a at the Cost the . Statement urged of increasing the Power of the the conference to get Busy tyrant of the ?� hammering out a real truce in 2. The United states has a Laos to replace what Many policy of refusing economic Western delegations regard As assistance to Cuba and for an ineffective paper cease fire this a Oto be abrogated by the now in effect. Act of private citizens with the there was no explicit threat approval of the president is of a . Withdrawal from the something we could not and conference but this Imp Lica should not ?� Tion was Plain 3. A Othis w Ould encourage every tinhorn dictator around the world to try to take advantage of America a Nixon said. Will leave tuesday for his 4 u is wron8 from a moral fateful meeting with russians an it Ipp it it turn to Page 2, col. I a Trees and the honeys to danish brotherhood Folk dancers promenade in Pershing Park saturday afternoon. The dancing group in their colourful costumes will perform again at 1 30 . Today on the Lake tron near 6th St. 6 jailed Freedom riders end Brief hunger strike in Alabama Montgomery Ala. A up its fast Friday night and de on the racial scene a week University student Jerome the Rev f l Shuttlesworth lined two meals. After mob riots aimed at by Smith 22, a former Southern it in j under martial Law racial a Freedom riders Shook student Doris Jean Castle 19. Of Birmingham one o per spokesman for the Mili this deep South City a n d All of new Orleans and David sons arrested thursday in a Tarys the cd 1s under martial brought on martial Law. Dennis 20 of Shreveport la., bus station integration attempt Law said he was told the fast but most downtown variety a former student at Dillard uni was released under $1,000 Bond w As in protest against author stores closed their lunch varsity in new to Orleans. Saturday. Ties to refusal to let one member counters during the Day amid the first to gain Freedom of his release of the 8roup Telephone his rumours of a possible negro sit after an attempt to use White a. Mad by military author wife. In move. Cafes at both bus facilities at a bus station Here ties who earlier had reported the cal1 was permitted this terminals remained open. Was Lucretia Collins 21-year-the ending of a Brief hunger morning end the six ate lunch four released old senior at Tennessee a amp i in Jackson i four of 27 College. A a Freedom riders headed for be was among those a strike by Shuttlesworth and he Aid u but other of the a Freedom in another front six White rider group who still remained teenagers charged with shoot new Orleans after they were rested wednesday and con i i i ing a negro Leader were turned released on Bond. A fifth rider evicted Friday of breach of in j1�? Tover to juvenile authorities jailed in the protest against Cace military authorities 1 then released in custody of segregation left earlier for Shuttlesworth was provi e their parents. Under state Law Tennessee. A Iona names were withheld. The Groi otherwise All appeared quiet Julian Aaron 20, a Southern the president. A journal to Emfs photo rides to continue in Atlanta Edward b. King a to Chi khat the student nonviolent co or Hom of the Rev. Ralph d. Abernathy who is one of those still in jail. The group refusing Bond � inc their arrest thursday for trying to eat at a White lunch counter at a bus station began Chandler Back on critical list Republican holds Edge in Texas Senate race Dallas a up a John College professor campaigned Tower who campaigned hard on single main issues his against the new Frontier took Ultra conservatism of the kind to a a of a expounded by his Friend sen., a. Culver City Calif. A up a. M saturday my i in Barry Coldwater r-ariz., who Are Able to travel freely Lim l. I /4 a l a a f i t 13 Ami a in i a i it a in a a a a a i of donating committee said 22 student Freedom riders from several Northern and Southern colleges were about to Start or were on the Way to Montgomery and Jackson. He said they were travelling on regular buses in Small groups but could give no detailed information. King also said the Freedom rides would continue a until we look at a tem go Danny and Davey Orth squinted in the sunlight and grasped their danish flags As they watched the dancers. They Are the twin 18-month-old sons of or. And mrs. Harry Orth of Kenosha. Story on Page 6. A owe decided a Premier Nikita Khrushchev. For a schedule of the chief Hundred years ?� Nixon said a that human lives Are executive to plans during his not something 10 a considered european trip see the Story material or to be bartered on on Page 8. The slave ?� a actor Jeff Chandler saturday underwent his second emergency operation arising from complications. From spinal surgery two weeks ago. Culver City Hospital said the Gray haired 42-year-old Star has a additional complications of bleeding and has been his bid to be the first Republic campaigned for him. Can senator from Texas in the duri has Campaign Blakle 20th Century. Called for a halt to foreign Aid Tower went ahead of demo program saying they a have cratic conservative William a.1 gotten to the place where we Blakley for the first time since sh0uld not be any further com the Early scattered returns of fitted a the night. J Giak Jey opposed Domestic an estimated one million plans of the new Frontier and ins establishments returned to the critical ?�i votes were cast in the Runoff fought against some of presi a Heston carrying a cardboard he had been off the critical list election. Dent Kennedy to foreign poli s 8n> was greeted when heartily a Law Days i Ilia Stock mild mannered aes. Turn to Page 2, col. 2 through Alabama and ?� in Oklahoma City Academy award winning movie Star Charlton Heston led about 80 demonstrators in downtown Oklahoma City in a peaceful March against segregated eat will Tell Nikita of . Resistance to Freedom s foes Kennedy asserts Washington a up a pres a Staten is a determined to re Tong and difficult diplomatic ident Kennedy said saturday Sist a those who seek the de negotiations personal meetings night he is going to Vienna to auction of ?� of men bearing the response Tell soviet Premier Nikita. Kennedy said this determine in Judy or momentous and some Khrushchev that the United tl0n a matched Only by Amer times irrevocable decisions can Ca s desire for peace. He a Ward off danger and a othe silent guest at every Jessen tension. In this Section conference table a Kennedy a these meetings a he said. World . And state news Man it pages 2,4,7,8,9,10 the president addressed a said a will be the Freedom of a can be useful of his upcoming talks with whoop it up democratic party the Iet Premier it Kennedy local news Page 6 fund raising dinner but largely Sak a Are not of a Paap ii in non political terms. Solve a series of specific prob american heritage Page la the chief executive said a lems or bring about specie editorial Page 18twhile there is no substitute fort turn to Page 2, col. 5 Racine area weather increasing cloudiness to Day and turning cooler this afternoon. A few showers Likely. Partly Cloudy and cooler with showers tonight. Monday partly Cloudy and cooler. High today near 70 and Low tonight in mid 40s. Southwesterly winds 12-20 . This morning shifting to northwesterly this afternoon. Elsewhere in state cooler and showers Likely monday cooler South continued Cool North. High today ranging from 40s extreme North to 70s extreme South. Low tonight mostly in the 40s

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