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THE RACmE JOURNAL-TIMES VOL. 32, No. 1. RACINE, WIS., SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 1962 62 PAGES—6 SECTIONS—20 tENTS Near-Recorc Racine Area 15 Inches Fall jU.S. Restores Ties with Santo Domingo WASHINGTON —i/P)— hurry-up repair job Saturday restored formal diplomatic relations between the United States and the Dominican Republic. —AP Wlrcphoto State Dean 17 Is Record Way for the restoration was' The Racine area and much'opened Thursday when the of the Midwest was hit by ajOrganization of American snowstorm Saturday that Slates lifted sanctions im-j paralyzed traffic and ground- posed in August 1960 when ed most major airline flightsjthe Dominican dictatorship of: 'Rafael L. Trujillo was held toi j ^^^t with Ken- be a menace to the peace of| the hemisphere. I nedy today. Sec. of Rusk, left, and Gen. Lucius Clay, President Kennedy's persona! representative in Berlin, conferred Saturday. Clay, who arrived in Washington Fri- in Milwaukee and Chicago. The snowfall could easily become a record breaker. By midnight Saturday 15 inches had accumulated and it was mounting at the rate of half an inch an hour. The record for a storm is 17 inches set Feb. 5-6 in 1924 when 14 inches fell the first day and 3 inches the next day. Berlin Occupation Talks Ruled Out by Izvestia The weatherman said heavy! M°5C0W^^^^W^_^ I.v^i -.iro 'uRh'Tin'c, -si^li^C 'h»t".he;Hous. tod»y Ho spent an now and winds would con- „i„ht said the occupation of West Berlin by;hour and a halt ^Mtn KUSK inue The snow on the ground ^«^,f-'|„\\-^^^^^^ troops must be S.-day and b o t h m n ;'''='=2!?..i'!,/"!^rL'"„ '.' of negotiatmg an agreement:brought to an end ) ^ '1 e between .'hem ' The'lem, have been following New Dangers in Berlin Are Remote -• Clay WASHINGTON — (/P) — Gen. Lucius D. Clay told Sec. of State Dean Rusk Saturday that the East-West talks on Berlin usually increase tensions in that disputed city. But Clay discounted any possibility of a grave new emergency there. Clay is President Kennedy's personal representative in West Berlin and will report to a the president at the White of negotiating an agreement:brought ^to an end.) for further occupation of Westj Youngsters, and oldsters too, shoveled miles of walks in Racine Saturday night and will do it over again this morning, removing a snowfall in excess —Journal-Times Photo of 15 inches. Helping a neighbor in the 1500 block of Park Ave., above, are John, 14, and Dennis Michel, 13, of 1516 Park Ave. Red Bloc Cracking, Professes Kennedy COLUMBUS, Ohio — (z^')—'of the federal government is President Kennedy said Satur-|to "sit and rest at anchor" is day night the Western al-{ wholly wrong, liance is gaining strength{ Seeks Supports Gov. East Hun- while the Communist bloc has begun to crack. "The past 18 months has seen the beginning of the fragmentation of the Communist empire," Kennedy told a Democratic fun d-raising banquet here. Kennedy flew in from Washington to address the banquet at the State Fairgrounds in honor of Michael V. DiSalie's birthday anniversary. Forced to Stick The president said Germany, Poland and gary have been forced to stick' with the Communist front. Red China and Albania, he said, have started to move away. Blowing apart Communist predictions, Kennedy said the Western world has received its "greatest impetus toward unity in history." Kennedy declared that "freedom is the handmaiden of abundance." At the same time, he declared that anyone who contends there is nothing left to be done and that the function _ The president called for support of his administration's proposals to make 1962 a "year of progress" in this country and abroad. Success, he told Ohio Democrats, will give their party a record on which to run next fall. One by one Kennedy ran through what he called "challenges and opportunities" in 54t.h the fields of unemployement, distressed areas, revamping of tariff laws, advances in civi [rights, education and medical care. Flu-Ridden Town Withhold OK of 4 Airlines WASHINGTON —(^P)— The Defense Department said Saturday four of eight non-scheduled airlines which had been checked for safety since a November crash killed 74 soldiers had failed to receive Defense approval for airlifting military personnel. The department declined, however, to identify the four companies. Instead, it listed those Berlin by French, British and; The article was written as; an answer to Sec. of State snow ti exceeded p.m. Saturday when he predicted between 12 to 14 inches by noon today. Colder Is Forecast Light snow flurries, continued windy and colder was the forecast for tonight through Monday. A smattering of minor accidents occured in the city;^^"^ the French. and in the county a car col-| , . •„ ^ , , . "Those who count on this ided with a snowplow but no , , , , „. „i, i . . . ^ J . shou d rub their eyes quick -i injuries were reported up to:,,, , ^„ „J u„ ^' •* ' ly: they are deceived by a mirage." Hard Ring To Western observers. Answers Rusk denied there are any policy Idifferences between them. Comments which Clay made Dean Rusk, who said the West is determined to defend West Berlin at any cost. Izvestia replied: "The sense 'at any cost' of the Americans, midnight. Declared Emergency A snow emergency was declared in the city at 6:05 p.m. j which was to continue in effect until plows caught up with the snow. Public Works Commissioner Henry A. Nelson said the emergency bans all parking on main thoroughfares. He appealed to motor- —AP Wlrephoto A St. Louis motorist made it to the top of this hill Saturday but in his car's wake were wavy tracks to show that it wasn't easy. Mob of Children Delays Fidel Talk Train Mishap Injures 15 American troops. "One cannot seriously think," said Izvestia, "that the Soviet Union will sit at a round table to perpetuate the occupation of West Berlin by! the British the occupation regime m West Berlin will ultimately mean but one thing for the (Turn to Page 2, Col. 3 Has Half Hour of Sheer Bliss CLEARWATER. Fia. — (/P) — Morris Douglas bought a used car Saturday. A half hour later he was struck by another vehicle at an intersection. Damage was estimated at $45. While the police officer was filling out the damage report another car veered out of control and rammed into Douglas' car. Patrolman Jack Marsh erased the $45 damage es: timate on Douglas' accident report and wrote: $175 — total loss. the jarticle had an unexpectedly^ hard ring. It came only four days after U.S. ambassador Llewellyn Thompson went to the foreign ministry — at the direction of the Western powers — and began sounding out Foreign Minister Gromy- ists to move their cars off all], ^u;!;,,, r,.,,;. • ^, , 'ko on the possibility ot truil-i streets so they can be more^, , .. n„,.i;„ ., , J 1- • 1 'ful negotiation on Berlin, easily cleared. Vehiclesi parked on main streets in Washington there was metered zones and on bus'"o State Department or White routes were to be tagged by! police. itia Traffic was still able to'Privately that it was not sur- but at prising since the Soviets, at this stage of East-Wesl discussion about the Berlin prob- iHouse comment on the Izves- slatement. Officials said move on main streets 10 p.m. most major streets had either not been plowed or plowed only once. Racine; has 19 to 21 pieces of snow plowing equipment. After midnight, when traffic iS' lighter, plowing was to begin i on a full scale operation, the Department of Public Works garage reported. Some Roads Blocked The Sheriff's Department! was besieged with telephonej calls Saturday night from' motorists inquiring about road sity of conditions, a deputy said, have decided that bequests to iWest of Highway 1-94 .some the school will no longer be CHICAGO - (/P) - Fif-roads were blocked until snow accepted if they carry cond- teen persons were reported pi^^g ^ame through and then t'''"^ ^^^'^^d on race, color or blocked again as snow drifted ^-''t't'd. , . , jjg^l^ I The decision, reached by a The County Highway Q ,. ^y^''^oivyrfay^jesuh^^ a situation last April when the in a brief meeting with newsmen supported the word circulated in advance of his arrival here that he believes the U.S. commander in West Berlin must have authority to act in any future crisis—even if he lacks precise instructions fr6m Washington. Related Problem Rusk, dealing with a related but different pro!)iom, has the responsibility of making sure that where possible U.S. actions are checked out in advance with Allied countries, particularly Britain, France and West Germany. Clay and Rusk were reported to have discussed vital issues of command responsibility, along with other Berlin problems. Clay was U.S. military governor in Germany in 1947-49. During the 1948-49 Soviet blockade of West Berlin he became the West Germans' particular hero of the whole airlift incident. Kennedy asked Clay to return to West Berlin as his (Turn to Page 2, Col. 1) UW Regents Outlaw Discriminatory Funds MADISON (.JP) — Univer- Wisconsin regents KEY WEST, Fla. — IJP) — An unruly mob of children which had received approval,Saturday night delayed the I sincethe Defense Department'start of a speech by Appeals for Help ,°:;,3r''^,,L'SSt5N-^^^^ for! Japped 'i ^^id ^^^^'ov;; VALMFYER 111 - i/P) - Approved by the Military Air^'fV ^ ^^^'^'^ f hour,:turned car. One of ever;-five residents transport Service could re-defying his best efforts to injured Saturday night when several cars of a Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad mail train were derailed on Chicago's northwest side. A mail car attached to the 17-car train overturned, and several other cars derailed. , Firemen used jacks and gas Prime,(torches to free several per- in this community of 2,500 contracts, has the flu and an urgent' ^he Pentagon said the four appeal was made Saturdayi '^0 "'P^"fs which had received for medical Help^^^ln^.;a^-• J-:^^^^ ^^^^.^ ^^^^^ quiet them. Castro, attending the opening of a recreation center for only doctor is in ica on vacation. State police brought a physician from East St. Louis,, , „ , 25 miles away. Another doc-^"^ Saturn Airways Inc tor who volunteered vvas,. ^'x other non-scheduled air- standing by to make the trip''"^^ already had approval, if needed. A five-inch snow fall Saturday added to the SANDBURG IS 84 town's misery. HOLLYWOOD - i/P) — There were no revenue passengers aboard the train, a railroad spokesman said. The train left Chicago shortly after 9 p.m. and was bound for St. Paul, Minn., County Highway partment reported drifting accepted a bequest of was pretty bad, particularly ^^^^ ^^^^ ..^^^^ .^-^-^^ worthy on east and west roads. Mo-^,^^^^ ^-.^^^-^^ Protestant torists were advised to drive ,, T-^^ ^a^er since, ^ ^ ^ with extreme care because ^^.^^.^.^ ^^,h di.scussionif'd- A nuniber of gifts are of extremely poor visibility ^^^^y ^jn,i„i,lrationifor _ male students only, he and drifting. Only one side of faculty committees. "bitterly opposed" to not letting Negroes live in certain dormitories or eat in restaurants but found nothing wrong with "dedicating charity to a particular cause." Raps Sex Discrimination However, if the regents are going to refuse to accept trusts because of race, creed or color discrimination, they ought to outlaw discrimination based on sex, Konnak the highways was open in a (Turn to Page 6, Col. 5) Negro Demonstrators Dragged from Store said. He introduced a resolution which parallel would; Opposed by Konnak Harold Konnak of Racine, iEllis Jensen of Janesville and:abolish sex discrimination : board president Carl St.eiger|The resolution was sent to the |of Oshkosh \otPd against the! . . , :po]j(.y university administration for Commenting on his posi-.^tudy. Transport, Inc.; Quaker City|"eer organization, shoutedjaccording to E. G. Rumsey of Airways, Inc. which also uses and motioned vainly at thejst. ^aul, Minn., who was in the name of Admiral Airways|children to be quiet and sit charge of the mail clerks on Idown. Finally, he threatened'the train, to leave without addressingi of the 15 taken to the hos- them. pital, none was reported When Castro at last jured seriously, achieved comparative quiet, he devoted much of his un- in- Mayor George Andres ap- Famed poet Carl Sandburg,usually brief televised speech In This Section pealed to the East St. Louislsaid that he was "a littl^ sur -j Chamber of Commerce for prised" that he reached his help. ' l84th birthday Saturday. of 45 minutes to scolding the Pages 2, 3 children for the uproar. The Editorial Page 8 speech was monitored here, i Local News .......Pages 6, 7 -—^Setpral ^qiMJ^nT.^^.,Jj^V'O". Konnak .Saturday nightl The resolution adopted by tors most nZ^T'^^^^^^^^ '•events voting for thelthe regents said in part "The Iweeraled bodTlv fmm'!,'lP°"'--y ^h""^^' "operatingiavailability of funds from any Tmp Vnrl\ V "I ^'i" an intellectual vacuum." source cannot be permitted f^l, ^^aturdayjHe said he couldn't see how to outweigh educational con- after they refused the man-: refusing to accept gifts for a'siderations in any of the uni- ager s request that they leave, particular group - Negroes,! versit/s functions, nor should i-inner Whitman, manager|Catholics, Protestants—would,the university accept gifts Ota Wilson-Quick drug store, aid in stopping di .scrimination. which call for a departure said he instructed his em-"if a person wants to leave from its traditional concern ployes to remove the demon- his estate to help Negroes, hefor human rights." itrators after 18 to 25 of them; will simply find another col- The resolution to outlaw tpok seats in booths at the.lege and the university will discrimination was recom- store s segregated lunch coun- lose the money." I mended by the university ad- I Konnak said he would be ministration. Jacob Friedrick of Milwaukee was absent and Gilbert Rohde of Greenwood could not vote because his appointment as a regent has not been approved by the Legislature. Racine Area WEATHER Heavy snow warning continues. Windy with snow continuing. Total accumulation of 12 to 14 inclies expected by this noon. Light snow flurries, continued windy and colder this afternoon through Monday. High today in mid 20s. Low tonight about 15. Northwesterly winds 18 to 28 today. ELSEWHERE IN STATE Heavy snow warning early today extreme eastern Wisconsin. Snow east and occasion light snow west early today. An additional three to five inches extreme eastern portion by noon. Cloudy and a little colder this afternoon, tonight and Monday with occasional light snpw or snow flurries. High today 12 to 18 northwest, 18 to 25 east and south. Low tonight 5 to 15. r

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