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

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29 Oct 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 29, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin In Dan the Racine journal times vol 31, no. 43.Racine, wis., sunday october 29, 1961 62 pages 5 ?"20 cents wont yield vital interests in Berlin says Rusk 4 tires burst As Airliner lands London Washington a Ltd it a Sec. Of state Dean Rusk ruled out a any surrender of the vital in put a All four tons for creation of a Buffer of America for broadcast today cow Early next week in an at foreign minister Andrei Gro Force. But it is understood that if a son a Vanguard zone in Central Europe include and made Public saturday night tempt to reach some agreement Myko in Moscow Friday is it he will indicate . Readiness Airliner burst saturday As the ing Germany. He said the com by the state department. Rusk of this bitterly contested Issue petted to seek another appoint to discuss the problem and try plane was Landing from Madrid the rests of the Western Powers Monist bloc would seek to use made no mention of the current which had brought . And ment monday or tuesday. He to work out a mutually Satis or the West berliners in an any such neutralized area for .-soviet dispute Over the a soviet military Power into i will Tell Gromyko the United factory arrangement. Was Urt Effort to come to terms with its own a exploitation explore Cess of . Officials to com rect confrontation in the heart states will never accept in i officials Here said the fact Russia on a peaceful Berlin Tion ?� Monist ruled East Berlin. Of Berlin. Position of new Border Cross that us. And soviet tanks 10 pan settlement. Rusk spoke in an interview but it was Learned he is plan . Ambassador Llewellyn ing procedures which the com faced each other across the Airport s main East West Michigan police seize suspect in big manhunt run Rusk also rebuffed Sugges recorded tuesday by the voice Ning a new approach to mos Thompson who conferred with munits try to establish by turn to Page 17, col. I Way for 90 minutes. High communist berates Molotov at Kremlin rally urge european allies Moscow with an attack on v. M. Molotov and other oldsters of the anti party group a top soviet communist party Leader declared saturday the time has come to inject new blood into the party. Frol Kozlov ranking Secretary of the party to Central com Mittee after Premier Nikita Khrushchev told the party to 22nd Congress its leadership needs a of steady flow of new promising people with initiative. He indicated that there would be a sweeping away of Deadwood in the party As Well As the probable ouster from the party of the anti party group which lost to Khrushchev in a Power struggle in 1957. A of firm hand a leading party bodies must with a firm hand be rid of people who have been longer on the Job than is Good for the party who have come to believe that there is no one who can replace them have stopped in their Progress and although unable to Cope with the work their leading positions a Koz entrusted to them cling to Lov declared. After assailing Molotov for Mer Premier Georgi Malenkos and former Deputy Premier Lazar Kaganovich of the ant party group. Kozlov indicated that the Praty leadership had registered attempts to legislate for periodic purges of party membership. A Osuch a measure is unnecessary a he said. A othe party is Strong enough ideologically and organizationally to Clear its ranks of those who violate the program or the rules without ?� a special Zeal Kozlov directed most of his criticism at Molotov now a Delegate to the International atomic Energy commission in Vienna. Kozlov said Molotov has displayed a a special Zeal in defending his views denounced As stalinist and anti modernist. Kozlov reviewed that part if the new party Rule Book that provides that the Central com Mittee and the party presidium must have an influx of new members at All regular elections of not less than 25 per cent of its membership. The presidium members will not be elected for More than three it successive terms under the new rules. Kozlov stressed however that Tjie rules exempt a experienced leaders enjoying High esteem Quot a such As Khrushchev. Join in huge buildup with 53 passengers aboard. No Lansing up a Sharp de blocked London Active work resulted in the arrest saturday night of a Man police said was wanted for a sensational crime spree which included the abduction of two policemen. Ingham county sheriff Kenneth Preadmore said his men had arrested a Man variously i identified As William wine Gardner 39. And William wine Gard at his Lansing Home. The arrest followed a manhunt unmatched in size for years in Michigan. The gunman to accomplice identified both As John l. Rodgers and Roger Williams 39, of Lansing was critically wounded and hospitalized after being captured by a Lone Deputy sheriff who intercepted the pair on a Road. Shoot it out Deputy Phillip Maiville. 31, of the Ingham county sheriffs office shot it out with the two battling them on a Road and in a farm Yard. Though struck twice by bullets. Maiville escaped injury. One shot hit the badge on his Chest. The other impeded itself in a Wallet in his coat pocket. Weingardner fled in Mai Villez to patrol car. Abandoning it later while seizing another car at gunpoint from a Lansing London it put a the ing conscription this year May woman Motorist. United states has urged West be reviewed. The woman accompanied by Germany Britain and France be pattern of Gilpat Nch to her Small daughter and another to meet the soviet threat to talks in Bonn. Paris and Lon child was unharmed. Berlin with the biggest buildup Don suggested the perform Weingardner drove off in the of military powder in Europe ances of these countries do not car. Ever seen in time of peace yet match their capabilities. Beef up forces to handle Berlin peril us. Pleads dependable sources reporting this saturday said . Deputy defense Secretary Roswell Gilpatric outlined the roadblocks set up a net of roadblocks was set and shattered edges of a picture window and a remnant of a drape Are grim after effects of an explosion that rocked the Home of Walter Cooper right above. Asst. Fire chief Gordon Christianson left and Louis Russo Cooper s father in Law View the damage with Cooper. Right photo mrs. Cooper and sons Jeffrey 18 months left and Tommy 4, took Refuge in a neighbor s Home. A journal Timtai photo blasts damages Home 3 children Mother flee a Mother and her three children escaped injury late saturday although a Gas explosion and fire damaged their one Story Frame Home at 2901 Madison St. Mrs. Walter Cooper 26, said she was sitting in the living room watching television and her children. 4 and i la years and 3 months old were asleep in a nearby bedroom. Her husband was at work and a fourth child 3, was staying at the Heads across North . Sends Cable to Russia asking halt to big bomb test United nations . A stake a couple of Days to Cross 41�?"the . General Assem the United states from the a Blyn to Appeal to the soviet in civic to the Atlantic Ion not to test a 50-megaton nuclear bomb was cabled saturday to soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko in Moscow. The . Secretariat sent the text of the Resolution to Gromyko at the request of the Assembly president Mongi slim of Tunisia. It had already sent copies to All . Delegations Friday night after the Resolution was passed by the Assem Bly. Meanwhile the fallout Cloud from russian to 30-50 megaton nuclear explosion was charted by weather Bureau observers saturday As moving eastward along the Northern states toward the great lakes. The invisible mass of radio Active debris is expected to an estimated 200 Miles wide it passed Over Washington Oregon and Northern California Early saturday and headed across the Northern states toward Southeastern Canada. In Moscow Premier Nikita Khrushchev has implied the soviet Union will go ahead with the explosion of a 50-megaton nuclear bomb despite what he called the hysterical clamor of Burgeois propaganda and the concern a oof even fair minded ?t in the face of world appeals to halt soviet nuclear testing Home of her parents or. And mrs. Louis Russo 2119 Racine St. Neighbors see flames the explosion blasted out the ther Opane window in the living room. Mrs. Cooper said she did no to know which of the children to grab first. A neighbor across the Street mrs. Ralph Banks of 2014 Dwight St., said she heard the explosion and saw flames coming out of the basement of the Cooper Home. The sound of the explosion brought several neighbors who helped take the children and mrs. Cooper to the Bankst Home j the explosion occurred shortly after to . More than a half hour after the blast flames were burning in the grass and sidewalk. Firemen said Gas apparently was escaping from a ruptured main leading to the Home and feeding the flames. Gold outflow in Bonn. Gilpatric called on Strauss to up a Sou Quot Ern Michigan join in a new approach to meanwhile Preadmore buildup in a week Long swing Check the outflow of . Gold state pm ice went through Vav ii through West Europe. In defense spending. The Cost Bam possessions in the bos the program already has of . Forces in Germany now a to they found a sales ship brought the United states to runs about $600 million a year Jom a Lan sep st0,e Semi mobilization. The sources and this figure is rising. The acc a store to deliver said the movement of 57,000 germans Are spending about a refrigerator to Williams new . Troops to Europe is $400 million a year on Arma Home in Lansing under Way and an additional ments in the United states. It directed that if no one an two to six divisions May follow he proposed that German swered at the Williams Home around the first of the year armed forces begin sharing the merchandise could be de these reinforcements for Cost of . Military facilities slivered to a residence occupied six . Divisions already in including base Supply repair by a couple named Young. West Germany Are designed to spare part and other logistical Preadmore said he called the show the soviet Union that depots. He noted this should Young Home and talked with a the United states Means to be easy seeing american Ger woman identified As Betty Young. He said she a knowl tum to Page 2, col. I fight in defense of Berlin if Man munitions Are largely necessary. Turn to Page 2, col. I $200 million Gap an added although unspoken implication of the rundown Gilpatric gave to defense ministers Franz Josef Strauss of West Germany Pierre Messmer of France and Harold Watkin son of Britain is that the three countries should contribute More to Allied Power in eur Milwaukee a Pic Mem tending temporary Low Manu rope. Hers of United Auto workers factoring Levels have Necessia Gilpatric ended his talks local 248 voted overwhelming rated such a move. The firm evidently hopeful that i by saturday to authorize their recently Cut wages of its Sal i. West Germany will act bargaining committee to Call Aried employees 5 to 25 per swiftly to help fill the present a strike against Allis Chalmers cent. Milwaukee local of s Allis Chalmers strike a Othis company is not bankrupt or in bad financial Trou $200 million Gap Between . Manufacturing co. If current spending and earnings in negotiations break Down. Deutschmark. The secret ballot was 3,328 ?� local 248 president 2. France soon will assign for authorization and 687,Charles Schultz said. He added two extra divisions withdrawn against. Former local presi however that the bargaining from Algeria to the supreme dents Edward Merten and Wil. Committee a will explore every Allied commander in Europe Ham Johnson were turned Down Channel possible to reach a Gen. Lauris Norstad. In their request for a delay in contract without striking. 3. Britain will strengthen its balloting. Strategic military Reserve and Allis Chalmers has asked the step up training of reservists Union for a one year Extension the present intention of end of its current contract con Racine area weather should Honor Stalin s victims Nik Moscow a in a the so j tor May be moved out of the Viet Union saturday published red Square Tomb it has Long an Appeal from Premier Nikita shared with that of Lenin. Work Crews from the wis Khrushchev that a Monument rumours of students Consin natural Gas co. Shut be built in Moscow to the vie reports circulated in the so tum to Page 2, col. 3 Daylight saving. Time ended this morning in turn to Page 2, a i. I Tims of Stalin to purges. Viet capital that some students the Premier told the com at Moscow University have Monist party Congress Friday h e i d meetings to demand that these victims ran into the Stalin to removal from the huge thousands. This was the first mausoleum a hallowed site for such Public accusation by eleven states parts of seven others and the District of Columbia. The change was Felt in Wisconsin and the Racine area with revisions in published Here the times for television shows seen on Chicago stations and modifications of train and plane schedules. T bb11ib1ibbiillbbiiibibibbiibiblbibiibi11r� 111 pilgrimages by hundreds of soviet citizens every Day. The demand was described As a minor agitation. Officials at the University denied there had been student meetings Fri the proposal for a Monu Day a s reported but said Stu ment was originally made by a dents ticked of it. Reports Khrushchev in the soviet Union. Khrushchev to earlier denunciations starting with his 1956 speech have not been group of old bolsheviks. Khrushchev to support indicated that the body of the late dictate came also of similar requests arriving in non student quarters. The reason for the first levelled the same charge in the time since his death Stalin has a secret speech of 1956 assail been openly accused in the so ing Stalin for the a cult of per Veit Union of murder of Mur ?� that speech never Derous mass reprisals in the has been published in the so open Assembly of the comm Viet Union Only aboard nist party Congress. Further Khrushchev pointed cites suicide an accusing Finger at Stalin for Khrushchev Friday blamed the death of Alyosha Svan Idze Stalin for the suicide of Sergo brother of Stalin to first wife. . Politburo Mem could such a a with Stalin. This time revered Lenin the Khrushchev did it publicly. He que Tion immediately posed it. Self with the soviet author in this Section it it a. Who have the Power to take Stalin s embalmed body world . And state news out of the Tomb leaving Only pages 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Roll Lenin who has received nothing but Praise in Russia Ever in local 4 t editorial. Page 16 since his death in Russia 1924. Cloudy with occasional showers today through monday. Colder tonight and monday. High today mid 50s. Low tonight around 40. South to Southwest winds 16-25 today. Elsewhere in state Cloudy today with scattered showers South and occasional rain North. Colder Northwest and turning colder East and South. Cloudy and colder tonight. Occasional rain East and South. Chance of a few Snow flurries extreme North. High today 40s Northwest and to Low 60s extreme Southeast. Low tonight mostly in 30s. Monday fair and cold Northwest mostly Cloudy and colder with showers Likely East and South. Thun Row Ltd twin at 6 31 in. Lad will lit ii 4 46 Pax

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