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5 Nov 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 05, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 44.Racine, wis., sunday november 5, 1961 90 ?"6 ?"20 cents driven Katanga Adenauer Jpn will hold talks map Wii photo Doggie with a sulky Greta a 9year-Oid Dachshund is sort of half dog and half Wagon. With her Hind quarters paralysed by a slipped disc Greta gets around with the Aid of a contraption that looks like a sulky used in harness racing. Greta is the pet of or. And mrs. George c. Doherty of Jacksonville Fla. Bonn Germany a Ltd a Chancellor Konrad Adenauer said saturday he will go to Washington this month for talks with president Kennedy on the Berlin and German situation. The Chancellor told newsmen no definite Date has been Winchester England a better to abandon the policy of set but he will need another a Britain warned the rus Force and nuclear blackmail eight Days for the formation of a weapons soviets attack Central regime concedes full Retreat begun Leopold Ville the Congo Cyrille i pm the Congo s Central portent Adoulia said the in Katanga town had much talk Little action on a shelters in Racine Kennedy and Adenauer re sians saturday it would reply and to sit Down to ?� his Cabinet with which he must government conceded saturday been heavily reinforced by Ka-1 to any soviet attack with no the British defense minister first discuss the trip. A invading forces had been Tanga pres. Moise Tshombe Clear weapons As Well As con defended Britain s army in Ger is i beaten in Northern Katanga and the reinforcements include vent ional a a too account 01 Seii. Ters on a meeting to be held f t. Nun. Son followed up fridays warn addresses party a soon As possible after Ade Router or a Small bombing planes Many and said it is Quot ready to it la have exchanged let an<1 were in Fum r real afr de Many europeans. Defense Sec. Harold Watkin give a Good account of j.,. Held heavy losses near he Kaiama is a principal base addressing a Nauerz to re election Ings from foreign Sec. Lord Watkinson Home and air Sec. Julian am conservative party meeting. M parliament tuesday. Ery by saying replied to opposition labovites i Quot any doubt on the part of who have charged that British the soviet High command that forces in Germany Are under we might attempt to meet an manned and poorly equipped All out offensive without re Quot let me dispel any idea that expected government said the setback in the drive to which spokesman of Democrat wins by Bob Sheldon journal times staff. Course to tactical nuclear Wea the arms and equipment of our � � � Fla and the others were undecided factors. Some said they p0ns might Well Lead to a mis forces in Germany Are in Short i 0y3c rl0f to All out of the 50 persons Only could t afford one. Others calculation on their ?� Supply or obsolescent a the i Wall will i i three said they knew someone said they lived in apartment Quick reply minister declared Racine residents Are talking who was building a shelter. Houses where it would be in the Tough British ijne__re.of course any army would san Antonio now about fallout shelters but a a Racine construction firm practical or impossible and stated three times in 24 hours always like More equipment Liberal Democrat Henry b province. But press reports by 16 months ago. He said Kail has 20 orders for Shel others stated flatly they a Drew a Quick reply from particularly the new equipment Gonzalez backed by president from Kaiama said the gov turn to Page 2, col. 2 do any Good any Moscow. Yuri Ayzman a com that is now coming along for a nned and vice pres Len Ern ment soldiers already had Mon tatar exr. In Mui radio the British army. But it would a pin driven entirely from a a random Telephone Survey of 50.,. A a Kenosha Man fac would t ? r r l a in zen a to Turer Haa underground ?� men Tator on Moscow radio the British army. But it would it it Quot been driven entirely from a in actually constructing such a Stee shakers in the backyards some said they were taking Ca red the Spee Hes Provo a be quite wrong to say that the Don Johnso Quot treated a con Una the Katanga air Force have been attacking bring secessionist Katanga un-1 congolese army positions in Der the Rule of Leopold Ville Kasai came at the town of Kaiama announced gains 20 Miles inside the province Mobutu the government to he insisted however the army commander announced i troops were pulling Back Only thursday morning his troops to await reinforcements. Had advanced triumphantly up he pictured Gen. Joseph to to 35 Miles into Katanga in a butus to troops As withdrawing show of Force to end the sees toward neighbouring Kasai Sion Tshombe proclaimed near shelter and Only one other has 0f two Racine residents decided to do so. I a own t do any Good precautions to guard against Jve and irresponsible and said British Rhine army is not sedative Republican in san fallout but were sceptical they show conclusively that ready to give a Good account Antonios congressional elec of the others 32 persons people who said they weren to about the value of such Meas Britain s present foreign pol of ?t Tion saturday. Doubt severity the Katanga government reporting the Victory also Reynolds mulls More than 60 per cent said going to build a shelter based ures. It icy is one of preparation for Watkinson to political Oppon Republican John Goode ., Carmeci i had inflicted heavy try for Senate they definitely will not build their reasons on a number of Reserve names Center for Racine hero arid Gsg tag Iva Mes fruit Cei a attached to the w basement of their Home but did t plan to make a heavy investment in it. Mrs. Quinn reasoned. Quot when they Start shooting bombs Back Racine to army Reserve Cen nation to second highest combat and Forth the family might not ter 2310 Center St., is to be decoration in the korean War. Be at Home and would no to be named in Honor of Cpl. Jack the ceremony is being Spon Able to get to the shelter any Gorakian who was killed by sorted by the Racine veterans ?� chinese communist gunfire in Council which represents eight favor Community shelter january 1952. Racine veterans organizations. Many persons said they dedication ceremonies at 2 William g. Zacharias coun would favor having Industry . Next saturday will Honor cil president said the details of am municipalities build Public the Racine Soldier who was the program will be announced shelters. While Many approved posthumously awarded the charged Bunker the distinguished service Cross was presented to Corporal kor Akian to Mother mrs. Margaret Gorakian who is now deceased at it. Sheridan iii., seven months after the Racine soldiers to death. The 45th infantry division with which Gorakian served Quot. In. Had this report of the action on of such Community shelters for Jan. 23, 1952, the Day Gorakian economic and financial reasons died others took additional factors Corporal Gorakian was with into consideration. A patrol sent into no Many to mrs. Kenneth Christensen. Land. 549 Greenfield Road said Quot they were attacked at close a Olarge Public shelters would be Range by heavy automatic better than Small family ones weapons and Small arms fire because morale would be High and kor Akian to squad Leader or was wounded. A oif people did no to stick to Quot Gorakian immediately took Gether in Large groups they command of the squad and would lose their minds not tried to move it Back Dow n a knowing what was happening Hill away from the murderous elsewhere or what to do when fire. But snipers on the Heights they came out a she said. To their rear prevented it. One. Per ple who said they Defi particular Bunker made move nicely we Tould not build shelters tor instance mrs. Clifford another ?� the soviet in erns continued their Denuncio for whom former pres. Dwight casualties on the invaders in Quinn. 414 Wickham blvd., Jon he said is not afraid of Tion of the state of Britain to d. Eisenhower campaigned severe fighting. But diplomats said she and her husband Are threats a but Quot would no to it be defense readiness. Conceded the race. Versed in Congo affairs doubt planning to Supply and equip a i Minim mini Nobel prize Winner prof. Willard f. Libby maintains that fallout shelters Are a key to survival in a nuclear War. A 15-part series by the nuclear physicist begins monday in the Roumal times. Wausau a it pm a atty. Gonzalez pulled away from de if the fighting actually Gen. Dohn w. Reynolds de Goode with virtually All re amounted to much. Cleared saturday that he wants turns in. The spokesman for Premier to Runft a a seat in the . With 150 of the 170 pre Senate in 1962 but would defer Cincys reporting Gonzalez held 51,293 to 41,723 for Goode. Edition appearing in Section Quot i understand the governor four of today to sunday bul we Tould like to run for the sen Letin will Brief you on Pace ate Quot the attorney general said setting trends in decor and in a radio interview Quot and i am offer valuable tips on taste inclined to think i would like. To the wishes of gov. Gaylord Nelson who also is considering Goode conceded the race a half hour after Veteran cop state committeeman Joe Sheldon said that Gonzalez had won. A record number of voters turned out for a special election in this South Texas City. Home fashion. Ful economics purchases. Congo Issue presents first test for u thong to run for the Senate also but if Gaylord does then of course i will not. But if he does run for the Senate i will seriously consider running for ?� both democrats both the governor and attorney general Are democrats serving second terms. Nelson has indicated he might be available As a Eandi general Date for the Senate seat pow held by Republican sen. Alex the emperor said congolese Ander Wiley. But he conditions Central government forces Quot and this upon the Success of his proposal in Cpl. Jack Gorakian dec official sees no fallout danger Hampton a. A up a an atomic Energy commission official asserted saturday that next Spring and summer strontium 90 fallout won to come near Levels known dangerous to human health. Or. Samuel a. Lough assistant director of radiological physics of Aeck to biology and Medicine division said on one can estimate accurately without More data from the russians How much of the Bone seeking isotope from recent big soviet explosions will come to Earth in 1962. A fall we Are sure of a he said Quot is that the strontium 90 level will Rise in the soil on plants and in ?� ment impossible. Nearly 24 years old turn to Page 2, col. I a of a a one a ask a olt he Castro again charges charged the Bunker and w As 9. Stopped by a wound in the . Plans aggression Chest before he could reach it. I Havana it prime but with his wound he Laid minister Fidel Castro again a such heavy accurate fire into used the United states Satur the enemy Bunker that his men Day 0f organizing Quot a new armed were Able to withdraw. Then aggression against Cuba he crawled Down himself. J he said Quot the Yankee Imper a Ohe died soon after reaching joists to warlike policies pose a plane at 25,000 feet landed Friendly ?� i grave threat to world peace without injury in the midst of saturday s Duck Hunting trip for Robert Anderson of 1919 Willow Road Richard Petersen of 19 511 2 St. Clair St. And Casimir Gryczkowski of 1620 Lakewood ave., left to right took an unusual twist when a Navy Jet Pilot parachuted from his disabled plane and landed in the swamp they had been Hunting near East Troy. A journal tunes photo United nations n y. A president of the . It up a strife in the Congo be Assembly came the first big Issue for the United nations to new acting the Katanga mercenaries have tax Compromise Secretary general u Thant of clashed in ?� he called the legislature. He told the re Burma. Saturday As the Case the situation highly critical. Cent state democratic Conven was carried to the Security the Security Council he Tion that unless tax revision Council said. Must act promptly to end within the framework of his. Hostilities and Quot to ensure the Compromise is enacted at the soviet Deputy foreign min integration of Katanga into the p r e s e n t legislative session ister Valerian a. Zorin presi congolese ?� Quot you might see me Back again Dent of the Council this month . Pressure fighting for this thing in 63.�?� called on u Thant to discuss Quot Clear and unequivocal i first announcement a new request he had for a must be to the the 40-year-old Reynolds a in tu0 a Vinoo . Force in the Congo he re elected in a presidential year situation they talked for half added and the Council must d0spite the fact that re pub an hour in the Secretary Gen pressure on Quot those lean Richard Nixon won the colonialist nations which con state to electoral votes was Tine to support the Katanga generally thought to be conform sideling running for either the turn to Page 2, col. 4 Pilot ejects lands in midst of 3 Racine Duck Hunters Erali to 38th-floor office. The request reached late Friday night in a letter u Thant would be respond from ethiopian nigerian and sible for interpreting and carry sudanese delegates. They my out of any new Resolution asked him to Convene the la the Council might adopt nation Council Quot to consider the lh0 present . Position situation prevailing in the As Laid Down in past resold province of Katanga Republic Lions is in favor of a unified of Congo Leopold vill caused Congo in other words against by the Lawless acts of Mercen Katanga to secession. But there he was expected to Call is no special directive author the . Force to ejected from his Jet fighter larger than his head a Navy veterans tuesday. A naval Reserve Pilot who single chunk of wreckage was a meeting for monday or lzin8 Ine . Force to use a arms to end the secession. The official explanation of the inconclusive military action _ a a ambassadors Tesfaye Gebre the Force took against Katanga his death came six Days be cuban Quot War criminals old time three Racine area Duck Hunters Navy veterans included Rich Begzy of Ethiopia. Muhammad a september was that it aimed Arentt specific the Trio of Duck Hunters All turn to Page 2, col. 2 in this Section big exploiters Fala Gist priests swamp on the Nate Zim and mercenaries of All kinds Quot at a Swa Quot up on me Nate pm Are conspiring with the . Merman farm near East Troy government to invade Cuba the plane piloted by it. Al he said. Fred e. Gschwind 29, of Chica Ard Petersen of 193p/2 St. Ngi Leruma of Nigeria a n d to no the province of foreign Clair St., Robert Anderson Omar Abdel Larnid Adeel of mercenaries and Stop Propa-1919 Willow Road and Casimir Sudan did not say in their Ganda inciting to civil War. Gryczkowski 1620 Lakewood letter to Zorin what kind of a Security Council Resolu-ave., Lake Park. They were Resolution they wanted the Tion of last feb. 21 urges that measures be taken to prevent world . And state news Castro reiterated his often go crashed in a Ball of fire eating lunch in their Auto when Council to pass a8es .2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9 made charges in a message to about 15 Miles away in the when they noticed the Pilot but emperor Haile Selassie civil War in the Congo and to local news. Pace 4 International students in Kettle Moraine state Forest parachuting to Earth. Had Laid Down Ethiopia to Post get All foreign mercenaries and a a it a a a the pothole being hunted by Tion in a Cable he sent wednes political advisers out of that turn to Page 2, col. 6 iday to Mongi slim of Tunisia country. I Ion which is observing its 15th no one was injured but an in editorial Page 14 anniversary. Vest gating officer said not a Racine area weather mostly Cloudy and colder today and tonight. A few Snow flurries Likely today. Monday partly Cloudy and cold. Fligh today in Low 40s. Low tonight in mid 20s. West to Northwest winds 12 to 22 today. Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy and colder today with some scattered Snow flurries Likely. Partly Cloudy and colder tonight. Monday partly Cloudy and cold. High today 28 to 35 Northwest and 35 to 42 Southeast. Low tonight 12 to 18 Northwest and 18 to 23 Southeast

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