Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
1 Oct 1961

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1 Oct 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 01, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin the Racine journal times vol 31, no. 39.Racine, wis., sunday october 1, 1961 70 ?"5 ?"20 cents Liaw Ford remain mum on nearness to pact says this Driver nuts to autumn Centralia Iii. Al Pic when Leonard Jungers to car became sluggish and threatened to Stop running Jungers told a garage Mechanic it must be the result of fall weather. Jungers was right. The Mechanic found that Detroit a tip a the Ford of its bargaining committees squirrels preparing for Winier motor co. And the United Auto and presidents of locals in had stuffed the carts air filter workers Union wound up a Chrys or p13&Quot to prepare for with More than a quart of. Milit a strike against the Corpora Hickory nuts week of intensive bargaining Tjon k memory Nuis. Saturday and moved into a i weekend negotiations without any official word on How close they were to a new contract settlement. Law president Walter p. Reuther has set a strike deadline for to . Tuesday. Reuther said saturday talks were on non economic matters which would mean they were discussing a National agreement on working conditions at Ford plants. Recess Tui today the full bargaining committees recessed its talks late saturday until noon today. Subcommittees were assigned in the meantime to study Layoff pay benefits problems at parts depots and economic matters affecting workers in the steel division. Reuther said both economic and non economic matters were discussed by the full committees saturday. Ford and the Law started negotiations three months ago but intensive bargaining did no to get under Way until last monday when the company presented the Union a revised economic offer. This parallels the statement made with general motors corp. Last week. Hourly increase a three year contract gives hourly workers an increase of More than 12 cents an hour in take Home pay each year. Cording to Union estimate and provides extra benefits in pensions insurance Hospital medical care and company financed Layoff pay. Reuther said he would try to get a better settlement with Ford. The negotiators still have the problem of working out contracts at the local level on working conditions. Reuther said additional time will be allowed for local settlements if an agreement is reached on a National contract by the strike deadline. Meanwhile at Chrysler corp., Norman Matthews director of the a awl to Chrysler department notified chairmen Rusk and Gromyko reach no formula West shares Berlin blame says Ful Braht . Mayors bring assurances of Berlin London a a . Sen j. W. Fulbright told a news conference saturday the West is not entirely blameless for development of the Berlin crisis. The soviet Union is not the Only culprit the Arkansas Democrat said and went on Quot we Bear heavy responsibilities for the stupidities of this situation which is to my shame As it is to anyone in the West. Quot certainly it was not just the fault of the russians. The americans contributed much to this. I do not know How much the British and others contributed. I do not want to be self righteous about ?� is observer senator Fulbright chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee was Here As an observer at the British com-1 Mon wealth parliamentary conference which discussed the projected entry of the United kingdom into the european common Market. He was showered with Many questions As to the american attitude toward the Berlin crisis and the Berlin a a the mayors of 23 american cities assured West Berlin saturday of All out support from the american people. At a City Hall ceremony they presented to West Berlin mayor Willy Brandt telegrams of support and encouragement from the mayors of 572 other cities throughout the United states. The visiting mayors arrived after an overnight transatlantic flight to Frankfurt and a connecting jump in a pan american Airliner along the 110-mile air corridor across communist East Germany to Berlin. Their plane crossed East Germany without interference and sighted no communist aircraft. The group went directly from Tempelhof Airport to a briefing by senior officers of the . Berlin command. Without even checking into their hotel the mayors were driven to the City Hall in West berlins to Schoenberg District where they were received by mayor Brandt in the main conference Hall of the City Senate. Brandt welcomed the group on behalf of All the people of West Berlin. Quot we Are truly heartened that the people of the new world Are thinking of us and Are ready to support us at this fateful time a he said. Quot a Friend in need is a Friend indeed. Quot we Are most grateful that you should come to our City and once again demonstrate the american people to Devotion to the cause of our ?� desires peace Chou declares bul both of new meetings on Berlin crisis new York a a Sec. Of state Dean Rusk and soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko concluded their new York talks on the Berlin crisis saturday without agreement to Start formal negotiations but with an understanding they will meet again in Washington this week. Both men reported after a 4-hour meeting that the discussions Here have been Quot use Gromyko a United states spokesman said will probably see president Kennedy As Well As Rusk when he visits Washington. The Day for his Washington trip is yet to be fixed. The plan for continuing the talks in Washington offsets the fact that in approximately 13 hours of meetings Here Rusk and Gromyko failed to arrive at a formula for detailed negotiations on a Berlin Compromise settlement. Amicable basis it is still possible and Western officials clearly Hope that Tokyo up it an acceptable basis for an East red leaders cabled greetings in of foreign ministers con not Futua of China 5 Premier Chou in i service of the anniversary. Ference it be develop a it i nomic future or Western dec ared saturday the chinese the Cable spoke of Friendship next week Europe. A communists seek to uphold Between the two nations and in the course 0f meet Fulbright said it is urgent in world peace and wish Quot to live said the soviet people were which Besan to Davs Aeo weighing the Berlin crisis to together with the people of All Quot greatly elated by the outstand o Icem put to impress on determine what the russians other countries including the ing achievements of the Pei v mean by such terms As Quot free United ?� Ping regime. City and Quot free ?� j but Chou contended that the russians he added Are Quot the . Government has a journal time photo de Gaulle waives special Powers Paris a up a pres Charles de Gaulle to four month old special Powers which per netted him to Rule France As a dictator expired saturday night. The president assumed the Powers during the abortive re Volt of the generals april in Algeria. He announced to Days ago that he would give them up at the end of the month. Vunder article 16 of French Constitution the president can take Over the special Powers when the institutions of the Republic nations Independence or territorial integrity Are threatened. He can Rule the nation by decree. The Only limitation is Road that he cannot dissolve parliament. De Gaulle ruled however that parliament to legislative Powers were limited during the period of his extended authority. An 85-Pounder�?"william flattish of 6618 Durand Road holds carrots weighing i i to 1 2 pounds and stands next to a wheelbarrow containing an 85-Pound pumpkin. Flattish a retired j. I. Case co. Employee grows the produce on the acre of ground which surrounds his Home. Flattish says he avoids commercial fertilizers and builds up the ground organically returning to the ground vegetation which has rotted in impost piles and blowing under Grain crops which had grown to an 8 or 10-Inch height. Next year Lattish says he Tell try for a 100-Pound pumpkin. A a said. Asked whether atomic weapons should be Given to West Germany in any circumstances the senator said the question does not arise now. Such weapons should be withheld from West Germany if there is a reasonable Prospect of Progress in reaching some kind of an acceptable agreement with the russians he said. Quot i think you cannot be dogmatic a he said. Quot supposing High winds hit the Racine damage caused by lightning in precipitation in August had things get much worse than area saturday evening after the uni of Grove area. Been nearly an Inch below Are now an it we become Rains earlier in the Day had some scattered disruptions Normal. Strong winds Hilarea month s Raiff 8v2 inches up with Good reason concerned to now refused to give up its about the possibility that policy of hostility to Corn atomic weapons might be Given Monist China a the new China to West Germany. Legitimate concern new Agency reported. Chou also Quot condemned the Gromyko that the Western Powers Are determined to defend their Berlin position to keep their forces in Berlin and to preserve their rights of Access to the City even if that Means using Force. Some top Western authorities Here now believe that pre seventeen cars on a Soo Fine Jer Nikita Khrushchev is be report train derailment a a it is a matter of legitimate government for once again concern to the russians Quot he plots aimed at freight train were reported de ginning to understand that if blocking red chivas admin Honey Creek five he pushes his Berlin demands Sion to the United nations at it a a ton far a Mav new Init at a Miles North of Burlington sat t0� far in May precipitate a a ratty to. A m . Time Rusk is the freight was reported understood to have Emp a southbound on the single. 0___� r. Called . Efforts a Oto prepare track. Conditions for the creation of j no injuries were reported. The current general Assembly session. A two China tsp he also scored what he much More anxious because the russians might be planning to s to a near record 8m�?ported earlier in the Ltd a a 8 durig Ove by for each is Mes Quot a nth 1 8 58 disruptions were attributed to september averaged 66.6 de Europe of they should violate in Cut. Water reaching cables. Grees or 2 degrees higher than the Quot dependence of any of our the winds reaching an Esti of j j j. Important allies then you mated 50 Miles an hour Cut a recorded Normal. Reach a different conclusion off Power to several blocks three fourths of an Inch of Rai j top temperature during the it giving atomic weapons to near 15th St. And Park ave. The rain brought the City to Montij was a 92 0n sept to West Germany depends on and to an area along the 3-Mile�Tal to 8.58 inches. Ust week he Mon,h.s35 How much worse things get Road. Nearly three times the nor to Day ret was hit twice and How Senous the people in High Gusty winds whipped Malfy a he month and sur it charge of our affairs at the wires into each other and blew passed in september Only by j other areas of Wisconsin time judge it to ?� a two chinas1 and the prolonged sheriffs deputies said the Nixon save a not occupation of communist Accident occurred about 9 45 a a a just North of county to df8tt 111 64 . China to territory of Taiwan a the Agency said. Trunk d in Honey Creek. Chou spoke at a piping re f derailment was Cep on celebrating the 12th immediate known anniversary of the communist i seizure of the chinese main land. Pres. Osvaldo Dorticos of q \ ext Uinci Cuba headed a meager roster of foreign guests. Harp ctr to i ire the soviet Union repro narve5te 1 a is sen ted by Premier Nikita Chicago Chi related Story Page 15 Sun Valley Idaho a Chi a Richard m. Nixon gave a Flat a Ono saturday when asked if he would accept a draft for the Republican presidential Nomi a nation in 1964. N. Nixon said a othere has never ego been a presidential draft in his Ersary sent v. J. Prokhorov a of Quot a uni de ut0 tory unless it was stimulated president of the supreme so workers and International har by the candidate Quot socialist Vester co., saturday night Cru 1<�??o f r n Khrushchev at the 1959 Anni actors for the fuses a Power spokesman said. Earlier saturday Power company Crews were repairing company the 8.64 1941. Inches reported in were hit saturday by thunderstorms accompanied by Moder rain was recorded on 13 lately Strong winds and locally Days. Heavy rain. Fulbright emphasized he was not speaking for the . Government or outlining any official policy. Syrian revolt cancels us. Naval visit Washington a up a the Tully refused to say direct with events in Syria. Fare affected by this sequel tolerate and socialist life based state department said Satur by that the state department All egyptians saturday were a successful revolt thursday on a stale constitutional status Day that the visit of ships of request was made because of ordered out of Syria closing an against pres. Gamal Adbel Nas the . 6th Fleet to Beirut a the anti Nasser revolt in Syria Era in which they moved about ser to Cairo administration. Lebanon has been postponed because of the syrian situation. Elements of the 6th Fleet were scheduled to Call on Bei but he said a Oit is Clear the sit there freely As partners of the nation Arisen in Syria was a syrians in the United Arab re Factor in the ?� Public. Authoritative officials said a military communique rut tuesday but the state de the reason for the state de broadcast by radio Damascus apartment requested that the apartment s request was to instructed egyptians to present visit be postponed department avoid giving any impression themselves monday for suppress officer Francis w. Tully that the United states enter ment Home. Inn Mojid saturday. I gains any idea of interfering j several thousand probably with nationhood reasserted within four months. Nevertheless the old profession of desire for Arab brother Premier Mamoun Kuz Bari to Hood was reiterated in Damas new civilian regime dissolved the army revolutionary command which boosted him to Cus and in some other capitals of the Arab sphere. Iraq to Premier Abdel Karmin Kassem no Power raised flags of the syr Friend of Nasser to called on Ian Arab Republic Over gov a your Brothers in Syria and Viet of the russian Federal Republic. His rank is agreed to a contract Extension equivalent to that of state gov averting at least temporarily enc a j to a strike originally set for mid Chou warmly greeted Dorti a it cos but did not mention by. Name the soviet Delegate. I a Umon spokesman sad the Tibet question agreement asked by a Federal Chou claimed the United mediator covers All Harvester states had manipulated the plants except parts depots general Assembly to voting a the spokesman said the sex Chinery to include the question tension is subject to Termina of Tibet in the Agenda. A othe lion by either party. Talks were chinese people will never Tol recessed until tuesday Erate interference in China to meanwhile negotiators for internal affairs by any foreign the Caterpillar tractor co. In country or International or Peoria and Law local 974 an a animation a he said. Bounced agreement on an in he said that a othe legitimate definite Extension of their con rights of the people s Republic tract also due to expire at of China communist China in Midnight. The United nations must be restored to it. And the Chiang Kai Shek nationalist China in this Section clique must be driven out of the United nations. We believe world . And state news that All countries Friendly to us pages 2, 7, 14, 15, 17, 19 and All those who uphold jus-1 Lota new pages 6_ 7 Ern ment buildings and vowed Egypt to stretch their hands Rice will support this stand. To give the people a demo together in peace and ?� Khrushchev and other soviet editorial Page 22 the 1960 gop presidential candidate said he intends to put on the most intensive Campaign in California history in quest of the governorship. Racine area weather Clearing and colder today. Clear with Frost Likely tonight. Monday partly Cloudy and warming. High today around 50. Low tonight about 30. Northwesterly winds 18 to 28 . Today diminishing to 8 to 15 . By evening. Elsewhere in state mostly fair today except a few Snow flurries extreme North in the morning. Colder East and South. Clear tonight with Frost Likely most sections. High today 42-52. Low tonight 28 to 35. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer. / or

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