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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 12, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Int Knuthe Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 45.Racine, wis., sunday november 12, 1961 70 ?"5 ?"20 cents party expels Molotov Protection for of Bess with the Hunting season opening saturday in Vermont Farmers were using different Means protect their cows from trigger Happy gunners. Lloyd Shippee of Stamford took his cow into a Quot cow fallout shelter for safekeeping. Map Wir photo Venezuela Breaks relations with Cuba publish charge Tito using Aid against . Washington a Senate subcommittee published saturday night a charge that Yugoslavia marshal Tito is using u. S. Foreign Aid finance an anti Western Campaign among Neutral nations j a oif the past is any ?� sen. James o. Eastland. D-miss., the internal Security subcommittee chairman said. A a we have no Assurance that the 130 Sabre Jet air planes sold by the United states Yugoslavia will not be passed on some non aligned nation the advantage of International ?� a much of the Money and a Caracas. Venezuela a a a had offended Venezuela by act a support of an armed in a pres Romulo Betancourt casing his government of Fol Vasion of Cuba would mean announced saturday night that a a a Dic a is of the bankruptcy of the inter Atner. United states. Lean system Betancourt has broken d.plo-, joins 9 others dared in a nationwide radio Renals of t.,t0�? East and Matic relations with Cuba i the president added How address. Continued winds up in so Del Castro regime. Ever that the break in Venezuela joins nine other pan int worldwide in his announcement which Matic ties did not change yen Western hemisphere republics pm. Ramn on thu Arfi the Ltd had been expected for several eau Elan opposition any in severing relations with cd uni entries and a print events Days Betancourt said Cuba armed invasion of Cuba. A. They Are the United states. At the nations and the j Honduras Al Salvador pent. By Grace conference show How Nicaragua Guatemala. Haiti. The Campaign has paid off for Paraguay and the dominican Republic. Betancourt said the Castro Jed re ease of a 387.pase regime had been notified of is stud ared for he sub com. Governments action and that by or Char Esza Mexico had agreed take Over. Red by he sub comm a. The Protection of 47 cuban a a _ a Joseph Fetek 66, Dies after addressing club the communist movement. Eastland s statement a com minutes after delivering a of ceremonies for the celebre Poleuca Rufu pcs staying at speech the 70th anniversary Tion. He said his Uncle had re the venezuelan embassy in turned his chair in the front tee As a yugoslav Diplomat turn Page 2, col. I lights up Borders West Berlin s first Christ Mas tree of the season at troubled Border Point Between divided Berlin was lighted saturday night As two West Berlin policemen and a . Military policeman stand at left. At right under the sector Border sign were some of the German youths responsible for the raising of the i 5-foot-High Symbol of the spirit of Good will. The electric lights on the tree Are clearly visible in both East and West Berlin. See Story Page 17. Map wire photo Celebration of the organization. Row and shortly afterwards col a i Tiet. ? ?0cef in lapsed. The Racine fire de Sokol Hall 1313 Lincoln apartment Rescue squad was saturday night Joseph Fetek una5je and the stricken an. 66. Who served 34 years As for More than 30 years. Ivuuvi1v1i president of the Bohemian Peter had operated a bakery Ala by club col attached the front of his Grosc am pm quilts Havana. Foreign minister Marcos fal turn Page 2, col. I production troubles others sources name Kaganovich and Malenkos also Moscow a Ltd it a were anti party conspirator eign minister v. M. Molotov seeking overthrow Thrush and two stalinist comrades de Chew treated in a 1957 Power Strug speakers at the recent Cordule with Premier Nikita Monist party Congress con Khrushchev have been expelled nested them with the stalinist from the communist party but personality cult and the re Are appealing the decision in Pressie methods accompany formed sources said saturday ing it. The expulsion demand night. By the Congress was a Side the informants said local a put party blacklisting of communist party cells ousted be memory of Stalin. Molotov former Premier also denounced was former Georgi Malenkos and sex dept Klementi y Vor Shilov Premier Lazar Kaganovich but he was publicly forgiven they said the action was by Khrushchev for his part in taken in line with a Resolution the 1957 party struggle. By the soviet party Congress virtually unnoticed last month calling for the sex Molotov left Vienna Friday pols on of the Trio and other no virtually unnoticed. Ile members of the so called ant had used in the cloy More than party group identified with a year As soviet Delegate stalinism. The International atomic ener troute by train by Agency Iaea the atoms Molotov foreign minister in for peace organization Der Stalin was in route Here whether Molotov will be by train from Vienna a where brought face face Wuth he has held a minor soviet Post Khrushchev could Only be sur a face his accusers. He is mixed. They last met in Vien scheduled arrived today. A during the president Ken Khrushchev comfortably in Nedy Khrushchev conference Power at the top of the soviet last june Hierarchy May permit the at that time. Molotov went three carry through their Appeal As a sort of democratic. Turn Page 2, col. 6 . Summoning necessary forces protect rights asserts Mcnamara window dressing but the expulsions Are expected stand the informants said. In the party setup expulsion of a member is carried out by local communist cell or mens gymnastic club Cal attached the front of his Glose am plants i i i Wal Laid Iii id iy1vi 1uiiiui u party control commission. Lapsed and died. Home at 723 St. Patrick St. He Milwaukee up a ,.a a. Oysters Are subject final his Nephew James j. Fetek left the business in 1941 and american motors corp plants Atlanta pm Sec of vice the soviet Union of the nuclear and nuclear forces in review by the party top goof 3908 Ruby ave., was master went work for the Webster in Milwaukee and Kenosha defense Robert s. Mcnamara credibility of intention fight Europe a owe Are broadening the tool commission which is electric co. He also was a i shut Down at midday saturday said saturday night the United of oco Essary. Range of weapons at our dispose headed by Nikolai Savernik a pontiff will receive Episcopalian Bishop new York a Ltd it a the Rector of Belle City savings amp when production problems states is a Oma shaling the a few hours earlier. President Kennedy touched upon the were encountered at the body forces necessary sustain our same Point in a veterans Day of level of violence he con o Crow 11 r Ima in of Mac a a i. _ / 6imh a/1 a loan Assn. Fetek had been a member Assembly line in Kenosha. Rights and responsibilities in addresses arhn2ton nahon7rtinued of the gymnastic group for 48 an am spokesman said any test of purpose at any level cemetery. He declared the a1 in a contest initiated at a the presidium. Savernik like Molotov is an most Rev. Arthur Lichten years. His death abruptly ended that the Milwaukee body Plant 0f Force that May be called United states was a oin Earnest had received complaints about Mrna mar a firmly nor Aspri Nuriu Amarl again of letting Quot Mir old bolshevik planning w Rote letters our coordinated assures that the appropriate the informants said the 71 Berger presiding Bishop of the c pm Quot a a Mcnamara firmly phrased and warned against letting a your response nuclear or non no year old Molotov is expected Kote Stant episcopal Church in Quot a members the club uni shed nut remarks wite he la est in a patience of a a because the United states will be re ,1 exp of troops and some 3 500 members of series of adm is a on pr0�? Quot we Are Willin f a it for our Cei Ved in private audience by exp but of f. It a i a. \ members of ounce Nientsu designed con ?� it ecu in Trivau Audi enter by up. Mementos would be sex United Auto workers local 75 j Pope John Xxiii sometime this tended for the Public for Sev staged a Brief walkout at Mil week it was announced Here. Eral Days the planned meeting is be Fetek is survived by his lived be one of the first be wife Marie and three Daugh tween a pontiff of the roman ters mrs. Edwin Smerchek and Catholic Church and such a High american protestant episcopal Clergyman. Mrs. James Thomas of Racine and mrs. Gerald Suchy of Brown Deer wis. A broadening Range last month Deputy Sec. Of objective will be made tvs Central committee. He Al tum Page 2, col. I ready has written letters committee members setting Forth his Point of View and Waukee thursday after a Dis of a lakes Survey last month Deputy Sec. Of in this Section denouncing Khrushchev As a Pute resulting from workers Chicago a a the great defense Rosewell l. Gilpatrick revisionist and anti marxist being sent Home Early on one lakes commission approved spoke at length and with Force world . And state news Molotov Malenkos Premier shift and others being asked saturday a Survey of the vast on the military readiness of the pages.2, 3, 8, Roll after Stalin death in 1953, work overtime. The situation water resources of that Region United states. Local news paces 6 7 and Kaganovich a brother in reportedly stemmed from a As the first step toward an in-1 in his speech. Mcnamara said it Law of Stalin lost their High production line Jam. Joe National plan for their use. I that by building up both non editorial Page 18 posts in 1957 on grounds they1 Racine area weather Cloudy and mild with a Chance of Brief Light rain today and tonight Cloudy and turning cold monday with a Chance of rain. High today near 60. Low tonight mid 40s. Southerly winds 12-20 today. Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy and mild with a Chance of Light rain today turning colder Northwest this afternoon. Cloudy with Light rain Likely Southeast. Colder with Snow flurries Likely tonight Northwest. Monday Cloudy and colder with a Little Snow North and rain South. High sunday ranging from 50s Northwest lower 60s Southeast. Low tonight ranging from 30-35 Northwest Middle 40s Southeast.u�1ti#/wtes 4 Jack Kora Kiah a journal times photo killed in action in the korean War. First photo Cpl. Jack kor Akian Brothers George Gorakian left and Mike Akulian listened a senators Wiley and Proxmire urged mobilization of All citizens in the fight against world wide communism. Second photo Mike left and George viewed memorial plaque near the Entrance of the Center. Third photo maj. Gen. Frank h. Britton commander of the five state Xiv army corps area read a letter from Sec. Of the army Elvis j. Stahr or. Congratulating Racine for naming the Center after the local hero. Others in the picture Are from the left Ltd col. Paul Wahler presi Dent of the Racine armory Reserve Center Board the very Rev. Varoujan Kabaradjian pastor of St. Mesrob Church senator Wiley and senator pro mire. The program was sponsored by the Racine veterans Council representing eight veterans organizations. Story Pace a More than 300 persons attended veterans Day services naming the Jack Gorakian memorial . Army Reserve Center at 2310 Center St. . Sens. Alexander Wiley and William Proxmire spoke at the Reserve Center named after a Racine Man who won the nation second highest combat award after being

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