Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
26 Nov 1961

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26 Nov 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 26, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 47. Racine wis., sunday november 26, 1961 82 ?"7 ?"20 cents Reserve callup unfair Reuss Washington a up a for the 32d division were in rep. Henry Reuss d-wis., a eluded in a nationwide total used the defense depart of 39000 filers Ca de to a and discriminatory in calling orig c,.onn l up 1.600 Wisconsin army re disregarding the fact that the Call up of the 32d Divi army serves to fill up the state to 32d division on Active duty at it. Lewis Wash. Reuss demanded that the department a formally abandon its policy of activating on a priority basis reservists Sion in itself made Wisconsin to contribution to the current build up far higher than the National average Wisconsin to contribution of fillers a1 hits base again buildings destroyed. So was Well above the a from the state of a departing to aver a. Rpu a wrote National Nita i average Keuss wrote National guard division. And he called for a prompt and non discriminatory adjust ment of the terms of duty of Mcnamara. Already served a in my opinion Wisconsin. The Wisconsin reservists Tak with 2 per cent of the popu in in for the red Arrow out fit. Write Mcnamara the Milwaukee congressman insisted in a letter to defense Sec. Robert s. Mcnamara and made Public sat Russ will test if others repeats n lation should have contributed 2 per cent of the 39,000 or 780 fillers. Instead 1,600 Moscow fillers were Nikita Reuss pointed out that the a declaration sat 1.600 men have already served As two or three year urday night that reservists enlistees As two year draftees quotas for filling a departing or As members of the six National guard division months program. Now they should be a allocated fairly to face another year or More of All ?� however he said Active duty where the guard outfit is to a othe defense department a Premier published y night that if any other nation proceeds with nuclear tests the soviet Union will Fqy flow suit this seemed to be aimed specially at the telling pro Gram of the United states. Khrushchev reiterated i soviet position a de Clear remain in its own state it can he said a seeks to justify this earlier this Mont be filled fairly with reservists discrimination from that state. 4,000 fillers Reuss said the a patriotic in two against the ways. One was a Mark to 1,600 by the Legal fiction of newsmen by the prayer nov. A unit integrity to that the 32d 7 that a owe will Stop when the division should be assumed others ?� the other was to a full strength division a statement published by the members of the 32d division even though it was not and official Tass news Agency in and the people of Wisconsin that its Volunteer ranks plying that the soviet Union generally have accepted should be filled out with a in will feel justified in continue cheerfully and proudly this voluntary ?t there ing unless the Wesim allies outsize Drain upon wisc on is not a shred of justification halt All their tests sin to manpower a but he said for this ?� writes pro Fassora the Call up 4,000 reserves to under this policy Reuss Khrushchev to latest Declara fill out the division had re said if the division were action was made in a letter to suited in what he called a sub go into combat the casualties prof. John be Stantial ?� would be concentrated in a j head of the w Reuss said the 4.000 fillers Small geographical ?� a wire photo scene of the second fire in four Days at Wright Patterson air Force base. Girl 14, found slain in Woods near Home South Bend ind. A up a the body of a 14-year-old schoolgirl was found saturday in a Woods near her suburban Osceola Home. Police said Mary Koontz described As quiet and deeply religious apparently had been raped then strangled with her own Scarf. She had been missing since thanksgiving night. Church supper police said she was last seen by her father Charles Koontz 57, when she left Home thursday night. Koontz said his daughter told him she was going to a Church supper with a Friend named Carol who was not further identified. Koontz said Mary apparently left in a car which he heard Stop in front of the House. He told officers he did not see the car. The body was found by John w. Green 15, and Gerald Hurst 14, both of Osceola who were Hunting Quail. It was at the foot of a tree just three blocks from the Koontz Home. Identify victim the victim was identified by a classmate sue bums 16, and her father the Rev. Clyde Burris. The minister movement barely after Arthur Dean British d peace 24 hours. A. Dele Gate to the nuclear talks in a tugboats rescued 18 Geneva said the negotiations men from a 200-foot Oil Drill opening there tuesday wiling Barge before it Sank off Barge sinks buried alive 18 Are saved Workman Santa Barbara Calif. In Furnace 61, is saved giant Blaze 2d in 4 Days Check arson Dayton Ohio a up a three buildings were levelled and a fourth damaged saturday in the second million Dollar fire at Wright Patterson air Force base in four Days. A base spokesman said officials were routinely checking the possibility of arson or sabotage. A owe always do we always investigate for arson a said maj. Ronald Green base Public information officer. A owe d be a darn poor base if we ??� Green said cause of the fire in a five building Complex was not determined. The Complex housed the orientation unit which makes and exhibits air Force displays throughout the United states. 3 overcome a base spokesman said the loss might total $1 million. A fireman and two airmen who helped Battle the Blaze were overcome by smoke and treated and released from the base Hospital. No one else Oshkosh a up a 61 who had poured in the Coke Hammer through the opening was injured. Not cause any delay to the Sou Hern California coast year old foundry worker was completed his shift and went and when a Foreman noticed four Barracks for enlisted to is � pkg a a a a a re a a Ltd a Ovsa was when he was finally Dis covered. Tice escaped with bruises a of have a lot of aches and t added be 1.300-ton vessel owned idling to attract attention to to which and operated by the global Khrushchev noted peace movement asked the big four end nuclear testing Chev said the soviet ready to respond a oif the countries j a m hmm Bernal i ate saturday during a ram buried in a in world storm accompanied by 70 when it inadvertently was Ider had mile per hour winds. Filled with Coke. The it were to a _. A. Stayed alive by huddling near Thrush to coast guard said Tow an Ajr Hole for an hour and d h had Quot to do some Union is Erin 20-foot Waves flooded a half. Realized he had to do some monday. Man attracts Foreman after a Long time Tice pains a he said saturday the worker Lester Tice i his plight. He shoved his air a but i sure can stand ?� Nally managed to attract thei journal times will publish Story strip on Churchill map wire photo Mary Koontz said it appeared there been a a Oreal hard ?� the american one end of the Long Scarf had remark been tied to the tree. Police launched an Intel you have addressed yourself Marine exploration co. Attention of a Foreman by proceed with nuclear tests,1 the doomed Barge sm-1 thrusting his air Hammer we too shall be obliged to re went Down near Point con through the 6 by 6 Inch Hole. Turn to this in order to keep caption 40 Miles Northwest he was removed through a our armed Force at the of Santa Barbara. It Wras Sta trap door in the Bottom of the Modem ?� i toned about a mile offshore Furnace and Wras taken to massive program and was equipped with a 50 mercy Hospital for observe the soviet Union has car foot Derrick. Tion. He was released Satur ried out a massive testing _. ,0 dec. Day. The 18 crewmen suffering _ a a program this fall. F exposure and soaking a pretty sure the letter bore no Date As. W a a a i it e a and Churchill Victri Hnata he Taco in Thorn wet r0m tie combined As a of lot of things went was no was of telling whether Sault of rain and seat were through my mind a Tice told in tribute to Britain to great Etc Hii Oouinn taken aboard two company newsmen a but i was pretty est living statesman the Jour had a spin ended As an ans Emo the an Quot and the it a a sure re Befu a Quot do a times flu car a an ,1��?t had was tended As an answer to Nellc but heavy seas pre Tice went int0 the cupola part Story strip of his life 7 vented their being taken a cylindrical shaped Furnace ca0ed a Man and an Era ashore and the tugs stood off resembling a Small blast fur this dramatic portrayal of his flames. The Barracks normally housing 200 men each were about 50 feet from the burning Frame structures. Few men were in the Barracks since most had been Given Holiday passes. The fire roared out of control for More than two hours. Brisk winds it started in a building housing machine and Sheet Metal shops communication november 30 will Mark the been written by Ward can and electrical equipment and j Model carving gear. Birthday of one of the world to Nek syndicated writer for who. Risk winds t Leader sir Winston newspaper Enterprise assn., vib Ppd by a Quot Isk greatest leaders sir Winston somatic ally illustrated of Ames a ted a 30/f� 1 j Gap to a second building hous there definitely delay As far As pm Yov an ill be no Ned tests Ralph Lane. Fearless Leader Sive Hunt to find the girl by the United states is con called Carol. In addition to the mysterious a Carol a officers said the reference to a Church supper was baffling. They were not Able to find any nearby Church which held a supper some parts of northeastern thanksgiving night. The exact j a p a n Early today. There Gaviota pier for More than Nace used to melt Iron to re an hour in the Hope the storm nne it with Brick. He was at corned during the negotiations at ?�quake hits Tokyo Tokyo a a a a minor earthquake jolted tick to and report Rusk eyed to oppose Rocky new York a win Sec. Of state Dean Rusk is under consideration by democratic leaders to oppose gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller in his bid for re election next year the new York Herald Tribune said saturday. The newspaper said mayor Robert f. Wagner is creating a de Facto state committee to run the party in new York state and that this committee has its Eye on Rusk former president of the Rockefeller foundation whose Home is in Scarsdale. The new committee the newspaper added will be put into operation before the end of next month. Would subside. The Bottom of it when an in then an attempt was made experienced Helper thinking to Transfer the men to a Sec it was empty filled it with Ond Barge the 3,000-ton cuss Coke. Suddenly Tice found himself buried under to to 12 turbulent life will begin thursday. A of Man and an Era has i anchored two Miles off Gaviota Beach state Park. But the cuss i we tas taking a heavy feet of Coke but fortunately battering itself the coast near an opening. His shouts time of death was not de j were no reports of casualties j guard said and had lost three weren to heard in the noisy ter mined. Or damage. A of its six mooring anchors foundry and the Workman Enterprise sails for Active duty Newport news a. Ply the giant Carrier Enterprise went on Active duty saturday and Navy Sec. John b. Connally said she would reign at least for the near future As the country to Only nuclear Carrier. Connally told More than 13,000 persons present for the formal commissioning ceremonies that the Navy in its constant Effort to economize would recommend its next Carrier be powered by conventional fuels. Although the Navy will not ask that its next Carrier be nuclear powered Connally said the Enterprise the nuclear Cruiser Long Beach and a still to be completed no by nationally known artist. J j my Jet motor displays then to still another Structure the � Headquarters of the Orienta Soldier journalist states Tion unit the same distance Many sir Winston has been away. Many things to Many a fourth building a Bowlin the Maraland and Boer ing alleys was heavily dam wars he proved himself a turn to Page 2, col. 4 fearless Leader of men on the Fields of combat. In the first 200 Yuan slavs state world War he proved him 1 u905,avs self an equally fearless Leader in the British Cabinet. But it was not until 1940, riot in West Berlin Stuttgart Germany a up a about 200 yugoslavs the knife. When he was 66 years old. E. A a. Tint he was awarded the Nosi a cleared off saturday in a riot that be was awarded the Posi k j l differences of Tion he had almost obtained so sparked it ii fences of opinion Over the communist Manv times before a prime or. A r i j regime of their Homeland. Minister of England his Fere in up wound Humble acceptance of the of pm flee i have nothing to offer but blood toil tears and sweat a and his dedication to the Job at hand gave Hope to a world threatened by the second world War. Formidable author at the victorious conclusion of the War Churchill exchanged the Robes of state for a pen and demonstrated that he was an equally formidable author. Within six w weeks of his 79th birthday he was awarded the Nobel prize for literature for his five volume memoirs of world Clear frigate will form a task War ii and in the late fifties group Able to travel the equivalent of five non Stop trips around the world at top Speed. Graduating santas a Volant America santas 48 Strong marched Aion York to times Square in route to attend or they Are among 2,500 Volunteer santas who will collect funds on the City to streets to provide Christmas dinners for the needy. In this Section world . And state news pages. 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, la local news pages 6, 7 editorial. Page to began work on his menu mental a history of the English speaking ?� at the same time he saw two of his paintings exhibited at the Royal Academy. A of Man and an Era is the Story of a Man who helped shape world history through a generation. In the erupting world of his lifetime Churchill made a Mark that no one will Overlook. Racine area weather mostly Cloudy turning colder today. Cloudy and colder tonight and monday. High today upper 50s. Low tonight Low 30s. Southerly winds 5-12 tonight becoming northerly 10-15 this afternoon or evening. Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy colder North and turning colder South today. Cloudy monday with Chance of some intermittent Light Snow freezing drizzle or drizzle extreme North portions. Colder tonight North South portion monday. High today upper 30s extreme North to the 50s extreme South. Lows to tonight in 20s North to Low 30s extreme South pc

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