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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 10, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin
The Racine journal time Slining vol. 32, no. 36.Racine, wis., sunday september to 1961 66 ?"5 ?"20 cents West regrets Russ rejection of a ban plea Hyannis port ?"up a president Kennedy and British prime minister Harold Mac Airliner Falls in Ireland 80 yanks aboard Shannon Ireland a5 a a Chan trod Airliner carrying about 80 american army personnel and their families crashed in the River Shannon saturday a u. S. Air Force spokesman said. A Oit appears that casualties Are heavy a the spokesman said. Most of those aboard the plane were women and children. The Airliner a dc6�?"went Down shortly after taking off from Shannon Airport in a thick fog. The fog hampered Rescue operations. Two Miles away the River Shannon where the plane was reported to have crashed is about two Miles from the Airport. The four engine plane was flying from Germany to the United states and stopped at Shannon for refuelling. The first emergency Call went out from the control Tower Here a half hour after the plane took off for the Atlantic hop. Ambulances called Airport officials said the plane was believed owned by president air lines. All ambulances and hospitals in the Shannon area were called. Telephone lines out of the Airport and nearby Limerick were taken Over for emergency purposes. Geneva talks Are recessed Geneva a up a the United states Britain and the soviet Union recessed their negotiations for a nuclear test ban in failure saturday and passed the whole unresolved problem on to the United nations. The 34-month-old conference went into an indefinite recess after soviet Delegate Semyon k. Tsarapkin had read into the record Premier Nikita Khrushchev to rejection of the proposal by president Kennedy and prime minister Harold Macmillan last sunday for a ban on atmospheric tests. . Delegate Charles c. Stelle said a Oit is Idle and useless to keep up a pretence of negotiating in these ?� supported by sir Michael Wright of Britain Stelle proposed a recess a until after completion of the . General Assembly debate on the question of nuclear ?� Tsarapkin refused to be committed even to this vague Prospect of resuming the talks he insisted the final com turn to Page 2, col. I report arson try at Russ embassy Washington a a ply Al soviet embassy spokesman said saturday night an attempt had been made by unidentified persons to set fire to the embassy building during the Day but the fire was quickly put out. The embassy spokesman said the fire was on the third floor. The russians said they had Millan saturday voiced a deep j lodged a strongest protests est regret Over soviet Premier against this unprecedented Nikita Khrushchev to rejection cry Menai act a a of their plea for a ban on at i morph Eric tests for nuclear weapons. A othe action contrasts vividly with the soviet Union to repeated expressions of concern As to the health hazards of such testing a Kennedy and Mac Millan said in a joint statement. Kennedy and Macmillan reaffirmed the readiness of the United states and the United kingdom to negotiate a controlled nuclear test ban agreement on the widest possible scope. The joint statement was is sued in London and at the Cape cod White House. The Appeal for a three Power ban on atmospheric tests was issued at Hyannis port last sunday. Kennedy and Macmillan had set saturday As the deadline for a Khrushchev reply. In rejecting the Anglo american plea for a ban on open air testing Khrushchev said Only a general and Complete disarmament will dispel the threat of War. He called the Western proposal dishonest and said in effect he will halt the soviet tests Only if the West agrees to his demands regarding West Berlin and a German peace treaty. A othe soviet government cannot and will not agree to such a Deal a Khrushchev said in a 13-Page statement. The communist chief then came up with his counter proposal let us direct the minds and 200,000 flee path of oncoming Carlo East of Cameron along the turn to Page 2, col. 3 journal times photo turn to Page 2, col. 3 with world tension mounting a sign posted on the National guard armory Fence in Racine saturday by Michael Bauer took on a symbolic significance. Racine guardsmen train calmly not fretting Over possible Call up by Robert j. Herman journal times staff Wisconsin National guardsman pfc. Michael Bauer of 1306 Summit ave. Saturday afternoon wired a symbolic new �?. Property sign to the Fence enclosing the vehicle compound at the guard armory 2400 Center St. A of feel we will go in a couple of months. A Oitt to just an opinion of mine though a he added. A of would no to want to bet on ?� Bauer and some too other Racine guardsmen were taking part in an 8 . To 5 Drill saturday. Another one is underway today for the men who Are members of the 32nd a ored arrows division. No official word their commander capt. Robert Luxem of 1927 Linden ave. Had pointed out to them that the outfit had received no official word on any change in their status. But he noted that news stories had listed the division As a High priority outfit not on an Alert but under orders to intensify training and get ready for a possible Call up. About 400 men Are members of Racine county units which Are on the priority list. Besides the men in Luxem to unit the list includes Racine co. A of the 135th medical battalion Burlington Battery a of the 2d howitzer battalion both 32d division units and Racine Headquarters and Headquarters co. Of the 291st combat Engineer battalion an army Reserve unit one of pvt. Luxem to men Jack Revillard of 512 Lith St., said he first found out his asked me if it concerned ?� j unit was on a priority list fac Between wednesday and the i my a _ read about it in the newspaper it with some friends Revillard wednesday night. Said. A of read it. Then i read it a owe asked if they heard Over the second time. About ?� a of did no to know what to be an attitude which summed Lieve. I figured i better wait up the feelings of guardsmen a Tail i got Down ?� interviewed was expressed by resigned to Call up spec. 4 Bruce Jensen of 4020 his Mother he said also Rio Vista a lithographer at cities deserted As Hurricane nears new Orleans up a an t h r e e lanes deep. They sons moved out of Cameron almost abandoned area of the stretched bumper to bumper j a and the Marsh of Cameron upper Texas and West Louisi for 20 Miles in some cases. Parish county. As they Ana coast awaited Hurricane other towns in the area were travelled by every spam of Carlan to 135-mile-an-hour winds equally deserted Rhodes said. Conveyance northward to Lake saturday night As she shifted while refugees tried to flee the Charles they remembered the slightly northward. Storm rain squalls triggered by dead i0ft by Hurricane Audrey nearly 200,000 persons had the fringe of Carlan to disturb in 1957. Fled the area leaving Only Hance whipped Down on them. Ghostly towns for the winds remember a of Audrey Rains and tides pushing ahead nearly ten thousands per of the Gigantic storm. Red Cross National Headquarters in Washington dc., called it a othe greatest evacuation of persons in the face of a National calamity in modern ?� president Kennedy promised Texas and Louisiana All possible Federal assistance in coping with damage from Hurricane Carla. Calls governor Kennedy telephoned gov. Price Daniel of Texas to say the Federal government stood ready to give whatever assistance possible. White House press Secretary Pierre Salinger said the same offer of Aid was made to the office of gov. Jimmie Davis of Louisiana. Late saturday Carla was 275 Miles Southeast of Galveston and pushing through the Gulf of Mexico at about to Miles an hour. It continued in a no shooting northwesterly direction. The police were armed with a a As Belt courthouse machine guns but did no to shoot. Of. fac ten foot Waves began lash the eldest of the refugees is a it fire near the s my Cameron about dusk 58> the youngest a boy of 12. Be a t a Quot n5 crashing through City streets t. Noil up Anna Rentle de ? burning hoi Tina tha Smirt Ponce apparently a 73 others some critically. And be Ting the courthouse a Decd not to fire because of a the Only building to weather Hurricane Audrey to awesome blow in 1957. As Carla ponderously pushed her deadly winds toward land tides Rose five to to feet above Normal squalls began lashing their names. Extreme southerly coastal 12 e. Berliners slide to Freedom berlins up a twelve East Germany Bulgaria. Hungary berliners a family of four and Romania and Albania eight relatives escaped from a second floor apartment. Juning n y Taiko a the East Berlin Border Early i Alks saturday and stepped into London a up a Diplo West Berlin under the eyes of Matic soundings in the Kremlin helpless communist police. By Allied envoys saturday East German a of people to to turn to Page 2, col. I lice shouted angrily from a window three stories above As the 12 Slid Down a rope from the apartment building in East Berlin to the Street Bernauer Strasse in West Berlin. See Hope for Russ blast kills 2 73 burned the department of Public crowd of More than 60 that safety said that several men had gathered to watch the who were working on the floor escape. 0f the Well when the drilling plug up Gate Rig collapsed were killed. How Tho refugees declined to Cive Ever the intense fire that con 1 be Rei gets at Tinea 10 give to need Rae a e saturday or made any immediate search for Irons and winds reaching onion Only Friday the East German bodies impossible. Areas and winds reaching Gale p0jjce plugged up the Branden a the w Ell 30 Miles Southeast Force Over most of the area Lair n to of Tho Sner a a Southeast fam grand Isle la to port Burr Cate because of the spec-0f Pecos near Coyanosa in a bom Grana Isle la. Macular escape Friday of a 22 u pm res sure Iris Field blew Arkansas Texas. Vear old truck Driver m pressure Gas Field Mew year Oil Siruc k Anver. M several Days ago. Most of the t he Driver mans Boehm fire victims were Oil Field More than 150,000 residents observed the news Story. Western printing amp lithograph fled the port Arthur and Gal Vul a s \ my co Veston areas. At least five who Sai he Quot dido t want to workers who had been pump. A she read the paper then my a if we get called we turn to Page 6, col. I live Carolina Beauty 19, new 1 miss America Atlantic City . A a former member of the in a Maria Beale Fletcher a radio City rockette in new Hazel eyed Brown haired North Carolina Beauty saturday night was chosen miss America of 1962. The 19-year-old miss North Carolina Winner of a prelim Inary swimsuit Competition in dramatics York she Hopes for a career in the entertainment Field after completing College. Maria has had 13 years of training in dancing three years of voice training and two of get highways leading out from port 11 it any my mud into the Well in an Arthur were choked with cars Morf rammed is delivery Effort to Seal it off. 1_______ truck through the Light pole forty of the victims were across one of five openings in taken to a fort Stockton hos Tho Gate. He then plunged into Pital 19 to a Monahans hos a line of barbed wire in front Pital and to to a Pecos hos i of the Gate sending steel Stan-1 Pital. The department of charms flying and skidded into Public safety said four other West Berlin. Victims were treated elsewhere. Saturday East German peo of those hospitalized 12 were pie to police brought up truck released after treatment. Loads of heavy wooden beams and Laid them in front of All openings in the Gate on the communist Side. The pageant succeeded Nancy Anne Fleming of Montague Mich. The new Queen from Asheville is 5 feet 5 /2 inches tall weighs 118 pounds and measures 35-24-35. Spy rocket anti missile missile blow up during West Cost tests by the associated press i ,. American missile men try late exploded on its launching ing to launch a space spy Satel Pac at Pant Arguello Calif Lite and an anti missile rocket suffered a setback and appear explodes in air about a half hour later runners up in the pageant in the order in which they finished were miss Arkansas Frances Jane Anderson of Pine Bluff. Miss Utah Carolyn Deann Lasater of Salt Lake City. Miss Texas Linda Jacklyn Loftis of fort Worth. Miss Minnesota Nancee Ann Parkinson of West St. Paul. 14 awards miss North Carolina has won 14 Talent awards in contests sponsored by various civic clubs in Asheville. Samos Iii considered the Maria Drew a rousing ova most advanced of the space lion before she finished the spies Russia Calls aggressors last word of the answer to her went up in a huge Ball of second question which was entry a partial failure in two 48-foot Nike zeus anti missile Orange fiame to Lowed by a a what is the greatest problem West coast rocket shoots sat rocket exploded High in the towering column of Black facing our country today and i Day air at Point Mug calif., about a 99-foot rocket containing a_.20 seconds after taking off on camera loaded Samos Iii Satel in first overwater test. Samos is powered by a first turn to Page 2, col. 7 what should we do about it a she replied a of feel that the turn to Page 2, col. 3 Warsaw nations to strengthen defences Moscow a it up it a the communist Warsaw pact nations announced saturday they Are strengthening their military defences because of what they called stepped up military preparations by the North Atlantic treaty organization nato. The decision was reached at a two Day meeting of the eight nation bloc to defense ministers in Warsaw the soviet news Agency Tass reported. Members of the pact a the communist counterpart of Natow Are the soviet Union Czechoslovakia Poland East Racine area weather in this Section \ map wire photo Maria Beale Fletcher beamed after her Triumph saturday night in Atlantic City . World . Pages. Local news and state news 2, 3, 4, 8, Roll. Page 6 to continued fair warm and humid today. Chance of a few isolated thundershowers tonight. Partly Cloudy turning cooler with a few thundershowers monday. High today near 90. Low tonight 65 to 70. South to Smith Westerly winds 6 to 12 . Increasing 12 to 20 . Today. Elsewhere in state fair Southeast partly Cloudy Northwest today and tonight. Chance of isolated thundershowers in the Southeast. Scattered thundershowers and turning cooler Northwest today and tonight. Monday partly Cloudy and cooler most sections. Intermittent rain Likely Northwest and scattered thundershowers Southeast. High today ranging from the Low 80s Northwest to around 90 Southeast. Low tonight ranging from the 50s Northwest to 60s Southeast
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