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19 Nov 1961

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19 Nov 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 19, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. No. 46. Racine wis., sunday november 19, 1961 pages�?5 sections�?20 cents avoid the voices of extremism president urges nation los Angeles up president Kennedy urged americans saturday night to shun a discordant voices of extremism a from those who think the greatest danger is from within. He called for stronger defences against what he termed the real peril a foreign based communism. In an obvious attack on such groups As the John Birch society and the militia Type minutemen Kennedy appealed a let our patriotism be reflected in the creation of Confidence rather than crusades of the president said in a talk prepared for nearly 3.000 at a $100 a plate democratic rally at the Hollywood palladium that fringe groups have emerged in most critical periods to escape their responsibilities by finding a Scapegoat. President Kennedy flew Here from Texas where he spent the most personally painful hours of his Young administration at the funeral of Sam Rayburn. See Story in column 2. In the North Texas Community of Bonham the late speaker s Home town the chief executive led the nation in mourning or. Same a passing. With his two immediate predecessors Republican Dwight d. Eisenhower and Democrat Harry s. Truman Kennedy attended services for Rayburn at Church and graveside. Before taking off from Perrin air Force base 25 Miles from Bonham. Kennedy spoke for to minutes by Telephone from his air Force Jet with Sec. Of state Dean Rusk in Washington. Press Secretary Pierre Salinger said one of the International questions Thev discussed was the current situation in the do turn to Page 2, col. I Juk to prod Adenauer for flexible policy Washington a a president Kennedy plans to urge German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer this week to approve a flexible Western policy for negotiations with Russia on a Berlin settlement. . Officials who reported this . Policy line saturday were vague on precise details. Evidently it Aims at readiness to make limited concessions to the soviets if they agree to scale Down their demands. Adenauer will Fly Here today from Bonn where he has been rearranging the political base of his government after losing some strength in the sept. 17 election. Highly Uncertain Kennedy and his advisers Are highly Uncertain about Adenauer a mood toward the talks which open monday and May run through wednesday. Most indications have been that the 85-year-old Chancellor who now shares Power with an opposition party in a coalition government is in a no com Promise attitude. Administration leaders Are not at All certain these indicators Are True ones. They think Adenauer is prepared to move eventually toward Nego to to nations we Ith the soviet on German issues including Berlin. Gerhard Schroeder foreign minister in Adenauer a new coalition government ruled out saturday any Effort from the West German Side to Lay Down pre conditions or give the russians ultimatums in Advance of talks. His comments seemed softer than those of Adenauer earlier in the week. Confers with Clay Schroeder talked to reporters in Berlin after conferring with Gen. Lucius d. Clay Kennedy a personal representative in the beleaguered City. Clay then headed for Washington to take part in next weeks conferences. Schroeder said the com Trujillo or. Resigns As dominican chief Rafael l. Trujillo or. Rusk sees peril hint of possible us. Intervention i seek meeting Between Nikita finn s president Helsinki Finland a founder mounting pressure from Moscow for joint military consultations Finland proposed saturday a meeting Between finnish president urho Kek Konen and soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Finland s neutrality seemed at stake after More than two weeks of diplomatic prodding from its big soviet neighbor to hold joint discussions about a the rising War threat in the Baltic the soviet Campaign is directed at West Germany accused of mounting the War threat and Finland a scandi Navian friends and neighbors Denmark. Norway and Sweden. All three Are charged by the russians with aiding the West germans. Ciudad Trujillo from the return of two leading emergency huddle dominican Republic a by a generals in the Trujillo family j decision to propose a the government announced the two Gens. Hector and meeting in Moscow Between saturday night that Gen. Rafael Jose Arizmendi Trujillo Broth Kekkonen and Khrushchev wa3 l. Trujillo or. Has resigned As ers of the late dictator re reached at an emergency meet head of the nation s armed turned wednesday from a Brief eng 0f the Cabinet saturday of forces and left the country. Period of exile. Ter noon. Foreign minister Ahtl departure of Young Trujillo it was Felt that Young tru Karjalainen then called in so from the political scene is sex Jillo was using the announce Viet ambassador Alexei Sacha a petted to create a political morn of his resignation and de Tov and asked Bim to Forward vacuum potentially As danger parture As a last device to Force the proposal to the Kremlin. Ous As the one left by the his two uncles to leave the a a we not Clear when k a. Assassination of his dictator country again. There presence Konen might eave for Moj. Father last May 30. Rafael or. Is widely regarded As Dean cow Khrushchev now is on a was generally regarded As the mental to the nations attempt t or of the soviet Interior. Map War photo assembled in Bonham Texas to pay a final tribute to Sam Rayburn were from left president Kennedy vice pres. Lyndon Johnson former pres. Dwight Eisenhower and former pres. Harry s. Truman. . Leaders townsfolk say Goodby to or. Sam Force that helped keep the Mili tary from splitting into factions and scrambling for Power after the old Generalissimo a death. In an extraordinary Public statement . Sec. Of state Dean Rusk warned earlier in the Day that two members of the Trujillo family May be plotting to seize Power and set up Washington a up a the a new dictatorship in the won t Register reds Tell . Turn to Page 2, col. 6 half of 32d to get leaves it. Lewis Wash. A Cap it communist party of the United dominican Republic. Meanwhile the Cabinet acted to meet the latest soviet request for Quick consultations at a lower level. A delegation of officials is expected to leave for Moscow by monday. Plays for time Kekkonen has repeatedly said his policy is to maintain Finland a neutrality in the cold states has formally notified the Justice department of its refusal to Register under the internal Security act of 1950. The 32d division announced War and he strove to play for saturday night that half the time since the first soviet note and such move could create men Wui be riven 10day re<�?Tue5tmr Point consultation any uti Moe Coull r. To eaves 0 permit them to re was delivered oct. 30. A dangerous situation a a dangerous situation Quot Rusk said. He disclosed that the . Turn to Wisconsin during the the president dissolved Par atty. Gen. Robert f. Ken Sau a or us Jac u us a w o Christmas Holiday period. Lament and called for elections Bonham Texas top a years twice As Long As any which were also carried on a Nedy disclosed saturday he measures Quot Deal Quot with and a division spokesman said next february apparently in solemn faced leaders of the a her Rayburn had ser de in tio wide television. Notice was received by Regis Jinns the exact Date for the Start of the Hope that russian pressure Tion and the Hometown people 10use 48 years. 1 president Kennedy flow Ere tired letter. Other officials said direct the leaves had not been fixed w Ould be relaxed during the Monist Wall on the East Berlin h j d a f. J Job the Cabinet and the supreme from Phoenix arn., where he the letter dated nov. To and a to Ursa do re Quot but it Cou a be As Early As campaigning. But Only thurs Border a must but he said Vini court and the military High had attended a dinner Friday bearing the party Seal but no is meter mention a possible. 2q Day soy Jet Deputy Fomon his government w Ould not in Rev Bairn Quot command were represented night honouring sen. Carl Hay individual signature said the Dep non w a Lappens As. Minister Vassiv v. Kuznetsov that it be pulled Down prior Rayburn 4d a among the mourners. Den. A Ariz. Refusal was based on a a cd As a in whether the regime intensity of training declared in Moscow he had to the opening of East West the rites at Bonham s org 0lltsih<4 the a hurry 5pvrrni Hayden came to the funeral,j0f each party officers cons Titu the announcement was made alarming news of threatened set up pre conditions that Are actually ultimatums a he said. Served longer tonal privilege talks est Church and at the Bonham de the Church several Quot we must be careful not to family burial plot were simple. E Levo minutes before the i be Arizona senator is the letter was received Friday speaker s body was consigned. Only Man to Haye served Long not to be a Jfe juju i Only a few a it is after division German aggression and asked witness against the 11? commander maj. Gen. Herbert for Quick talks. Kennedy said the depart dominican Republic was not Smith said he Ime Siw of the ruled out. J Adenauer had said thursday 1 / the grave the Sun broke c l in i a i Arr Ern Congress than did Ray ment replied in a Telegram to the Wall would have to come through tile Dull Gray Clouds Ailta 5 i i6ip6i a a a porn but he has split his year the party that a each and every t h e announcement Young Trujillo has resigned that trait8 p,r0rr?m pm Bab a claims 80% of . Down. One interpretation was which had shrouded his Home that Adenauer meant this As a town this Day. Condition for talks with the sitting on the same Pew in communists. But it appeared the first Baptist Church for the later that he meant soviet service were president Kenne agreement to destroy t h e by vice pres. Lyndon b. John Barrier must be part of any son former pres. Dwight d. And claim of privilege in your let tum to Page 2, col. 3 eventual settlement. 1st Deer Hunter is slain in state Eisenhower and former pres Harry s. Truman. Died at 79 behind them ranged leaders of the three branches of government. Immediately in front of the1 Plain Gray casket was the in Are gathering and renovating a an the 11 a e toys for redistribution before e�0 As president pr0 tem dec. 25 to youngsters in a of Quot the Senate he is second in of i Cine. The Story of the col line of the presidency by Rea ipg nosed a Rdse Lection and repair work done son of Rayburn a death. In a by Racine so Good fellers�?T�?T1 Truman who Learned that he kills woman 47. 4l_ was to be president while an the preparations they seated by Rayburn a Side came Are making to distribute the to Texas by Trajn from is Milays is told and shown in h Home in a n 12 1945 pictures on Page 6. Would make it impossible to Grant Holiday leave. Would die in a War were regarded in government circles in Washington As sup the order instructing the i Baltimore a up a porting . Fears of a plot to is on 1� make plans for the about 80 per cent of the establish a new dictatorship in leaves was in line with a Neva United states population and the dominican Republic. Army policy announced Satur 75 per cent of the citizens of there a no indication of Day a spokesman said. The soviet Union would die who would replace Young those with dependents is the result of a nuclear War Trujillo As armed forces chief jst0 method 0f selecting the Between the two nations a by cd associated press a Kenosha county crash has men to receive the leaves has Juns Hopkins geneticist sad saturday. Those who survived the by the associated press the Wisconsin Deer season has claimed its first victim a f of h k Chippewa county Man who. H died Why red of cancer was shot to death saturday a. The first Day of the nine Day at the age 01 a Hunt. Still there the government statement been worked out As yet. Except _11iv1v taken one life. The death raised said Trujillo resigned on tues Tillat men with dependents Here hours of such a War Rayburn and Truman were the states Highway toll for the Day and left the country Friday will remain on the base. A Bentley having a social get together in year to 777, one More than on but it was Learned that As . Probably would die from late As saturday morning the tits have Bein arriving in in mrs Pansy Boll 47, of Mil 32-year-old Trujillo was still Al creasing numbers As housing to longer Waukee died saturday night a Beac Side chalet at nearby located. In a two car collision at the in Boca Chica. The 32d, a National guard 0qd could drown for Sev ter Section of Highway 45 and highest sources said the division went on Active duty a in. I k a in n no to a i i aaa in Karri re at a i Racine area weather to o other Hunters were wounded. Lyman Paul 59, of Chippe by the hundreds and thousands the Plain people of Bonham and the country around no. Paid tribute to a emr. a the Sunshine of gods Eter american families will be the speakers Capitol hideaway this Day a year ago. Celebrating thanks i v i n g when Truman was summoned next thursday but the a to the White House upon the Jority of relics from the Pii death of Franklin d. Roose Grimes vessel the Mayflower velt. Are preserved in England. Eisenhower a Republican Kenosha county trunk d. Armed forces Boss had been and the 10,000 members moved Story in Sec. 3, Page 12. Who still could Admire and three other Milwaukee area pushed into his position by a to h. Lewis about two weeks turn to Page 2, col. 2 women were injured. Government crisis stemming later for up to a year of duty. W Ould be edible and no new a Falls Wras shot to death. If Quot i a la As he hunted in Bayfield a a a a i q f q county. Way into glory a said elder t. F. ,. h. G. Ball of the the fatal shot was fired by James Kremer 17, of Tavas r f y Hihl the youth said he fired when Quot Earby ll08a re aah a of which Leopold Ville the con he saw a Buck move behind u,rn._8. Go�?it�?T1�?the 0. N. Took a a Thicket and arrived to find Paul on the ground. That we As at the funeral serv halt widening Congo Mutiny Ince to give the world body . Flights from the town for supported leftist is suspected directions pres. Moise Shom a full Freedom of action in its the last three Days. The Lulua of having triggered the kind be a secessionist Katanga prov Tion saturday to stamp out buildup of military forces for Bourg Airfield is important for in this Section world . And state news pages.2, 3, 5, Roll modernistic first Baptist Church in the Center of Bonham. Congressmen present dozens of members of con a a _ egress assembled to bid fare local news Page 6, 7 Wenj t0 a Reader who bed the a a j a a a a re a a w. Butchery a week ago in a bid me ices in the luge impressive move rent 0 extend the Lulua encirclement and punishment the reinforcement of the . To stir up a widespread Mutiny a i id i i l. I a a a f Vej a i 1 a a Bourg the congolese army my of the kind mutineers. Tiny in which 13 italian airmen j were killed and Cut to pieces important base reliable reports said con Garrison at kind. Suspect Eizenga the sources said there was against the Central govern a Una Esman said the ment and build up a new rebel Katanga radio had started movement. He was reported now travelling in kind prov at kind in Kiva province. Golese soldiers surrounded the evidence that the Lulu Bourg the u. N. Announced that Airport buildings at Lulu Bourg troops had been in radio trying to whip up personal congolese troops had been within hours of the news last tact with the mutinous kind support cleared out of Lulu Bourg air thursday of the murder of the Force. Broadcasting inflammatory declarations in Lingala the language used by congolese soldiers. Trying to stir them up to 20ispeaker�?Ts Gavel for nearly l7iport in adjoining Kasai prov italians and had prevented Antoine Eizenga the soviet efforts to spread the Mutiny oppose the . Campaign to were coming from still another j punish the kind mutineers i mostly Cloudy today and tonight. High today in upper 30s, lows tonight upper 20s. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer. East to Southeast winds 8 to 15 . Today. Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy South fair and not so cold North today and tonight. High today 33 to 38 South 37 to 44 North. Low tonight mostly in the 20s. Monday partly Cloudy and a Little warmer. The Sun ro.4 it 6.l> to d4 we Mikl 4-4 Hubl

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