The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on January 14, 1962 · Page 3
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 3

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Sunday, January 14, 1962
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I RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Jan. 14, 1962 Sec. 1, Page 3 —AP Wlrephoto The Art of Applying Tire Chains With widespread heavy snows this winter, W. B. (Walt) Lasher Jr., chairman of National Safety Council Test Committee, showed Marion Olund of Clintonville, Wis., four easy steps to install tire chains. Chains are spread on the ground and ends of links attached to U-shaped applier which is snapped around tire. Car is driven forward one wheel revolution and ends of chain are hooked together. Council recommends chains for safety in all severe ice and snow conditions. ROME — iJP) — A Catholic news agency said Saturday Czechoslovakia's Communist government has started a wave of violence against the Roman Catholic Church, arresting, torturing and sentencing a large number of missionaries. The Divine Word news service, published by the Divine Word missionaries, said in a news dispatch from Paris: "Sixteen members of the (Divine Word) order, nearly all priests, were suddenly arrested and thrown into prison where Red China's techniques of torture and brainwashing were applied over a seven-month period to ex- i tract signed confessions. A public trial followed in August. Heavy Guard "The missionaries under heavy police guard were marched before the judge and copious charges were read out against them for three hours. "The charges were the usual ones trumped up by Communist regimes and accused the Divine Word missionaries 'of having direct connections with the Pope, of acting as spies for the Vatican, of getting directives regarding espionage from the superior general of the Divine Word missionaries in Rome, of sabotage, of hoarding money, gold and precious stones, and of sending an enormous sum of money outside the country.' " Concentration Camps The dispatch said seven of the 16 missionaries — all Czech born — were sentenced to concentration camps for Iperiods of six to 14 years. The other nine received sentences ranging from one to four years. It added that a nun, a Holy Spirit missionary sister, was |given a seven-year sentence on charges of forging documents to assist Divine Word missionaries in fleeing _ the country. The Divine Word missionaries once numbered 428 in Czechoslovakia. Communist authorities started to sup press the order 10 years ago. Now it has less than 100 missionaries in the country. Wouldn't Block U.N. Debate on Kashmir, India Indicates NEW DELHI, India —(^)— Official sources indicated today India does not oppose a U. N. Security Council debate on Kashmir, but would prefer to postpone any U. N. discussion of the disputed Himalayan state. Pakistan asked the Security Council to meet at its earliest convenience to consider the dispute. A U.N. cease-fire line divides the state between India and Pakistan. The Indian attitude is that there is no urgency about reconsidering the matter which IThe JOHN MARSHALL 6 Agencies Are Added to Classified Info List WASHINGTON — UP) •— The White House said Saturday six new government agencies have been added to the list of those authorized to classify information. A presidential executive or- Ider extended the authorization to the Agency for International Development, Office of Emergency Planning, Peace Corps, Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, and the Maritime Commission as newly reorganized. Regisfrotion Now For Beilnnlnc L »w ClM>e« AtternoAn and Evcnlni Startlm Februtry S Conrieii for tawyerj In A d m i r » It y, T»i- atlon, Patent, Gen. Fraotlce. Starting week of Feb. 5 For Catalog Addre«» the E«!»trar. Box 22. 81S Plymouth Ct., Chicago 4, III. WA 2-S828. South from JaokBOn bet. State and Dearborn. LAW SCHOOL Chiang's Papers Say JFK Didn't Stress Asia Enough TAIPEH, Formosa — (/P) — important than those of Eu- Chinese Nationalist newspa- rope." "Tolerant Policy" The Shin Sheng Pao, published by the Formosa provin- Icial government, said "we doubt whether Kennedy's tolerant policy toward the Communists will help him in carrying out the objectives of was last debated in the Se curity Council in 1957. India is engaged in national elections, to be held in February, and prefers not to have to divert officials to New York. This applies particularly to Defense Minister V. K. Krishna Menon, who has been India's U. N. spokesman on Kashmir. He is fighting a tough re-election battle in Bombay. The sources indicated India has not yet decided whether to ask formally for postponement of the U. N. debate. The Australian kiwi lays its one-pound egg once or twice a year. AS LITTLE AS $3 RENTS A TRUCK OR CAR FOR TWO HOURS AND TEN MILES DIAL ME 2-5103 MERCHANTS DELIVERY TRUCK RENTAL, Inc. 1215 State St. Drop Misconduct Counts Against ex-Police Justice WISCONSIN RAPIDS —(^)|Steffes of Milwaukee granted 'dismissal of the ongmal motion of Robert —All six counts of misconduct in office filed more than a year ago against former Police Justice Robert Magirl were dismissed in Circuit Court. Magirl, however, pleaded no contest to an amended complaint and was fined $100 plus $5 court costs. Municipal Judge Herbert J. pers complained that Presi dent Kennedy had placed too much emphasis on Europe and not enough on Asia in his State of the Union message to Congress. The United Daily News, Viet Union, but found fault on several other points. The China Daily News, published by the Kuomintang, Pres. Chiang Kai-shek's ruling party in Nationalist China, said it was naive of Kennedy to think Laos could be neutralized. The Central Daily News expressed regret that "Kennedy has neglected the anti- Communist strength and determination of the enslaved peoples behind the Iron Curtain." J - — •—Ijljlllg H.^ largest independent newspa-;his foreign policy." per on this island, said "thej ^he newspaper urged the message demonstrates thatjj^g^ng^ administration "to Kennedy has matured politi-lg^^g^d its firm stand on West cally, but it also shows that ggj-un to Asia." his fighting spirit has been; waning. Another independent newspaper, Kung Lun Pao, said "it is to be regretted that President Kennedy failed to mention the problems of Asia, such as the Chinese Communist problem, which are more Termed Naive The two official newspapers, the China Daily News and the Central Daily News, hailed Kennedy for what they called his firm support of the United Nations and his strong stand in dealing with the So- TOP '59 TOTALS Dollar sales in the nation's supermarkets and grocery 'stores reached $48.4 billion in 1960, topping 1959's total by 4.1%. Of this sum, $40.7 billion was spent for edible foods. In helping retailers sell merchandise, food manufacturers advertised nationally via a $138 million expendi- iture in daily newspapers in 1960. Ford Co. of Canada Signs Pact with UAW TORONTO tor Co. of -(A")—Ford Mo- Canada and the United Auto Workers signed a new contract Saturday calling for wage increases for 7,200 employes at four Canadian plants. Workers at three of the plants are on strike. For the first time, Ford's new glass fabricating plant near Niagara Falls was included in the province-wide contract. Workers there were not on strike but had been negotiating separately. Plants in Toronto and Windsor were struck at midnight, when the old contract expired. The 3,200 employes lat the fourth plant, Oakville,| jumped the gun and walked out Wednesday. Appoint New D. A. in St. Croix County MADISON — iJP) — Richard P. Rivard of Glenwood City was appointed St. Croix County district attorney by Gov. Gaylord Nelson. He succeeds Robert Torgerson, who has resigned effective Feb. 1 to accept a job out of the county. Rivard is a 1948 graduate of Marquette University law school and has been practicing in Glenwood City since that time. counts on J. Parrins of Green Bay, special prosecutor. The amended complaint related to II instances of Magirl's failure to submit to the Wisconsin Motor Vehicle Department certificates of convictions in moving traffic violations. Parrins said his investigations convinced him that Magirl did not "intentionally fai or refuse to perform certain obligations of his office as charged." He said Magirl was guilty of "inadvertent errors or oversight" rather than criminal intent. SCOOP U.S.N. FACE MASKS Made of warm suede chamois. A must for all outdoor activities, Reg. $1.00 SPECIAL 3 FOR $1.00 Genuine Navy WOOL Lined Full ll-Ox. DECK PANTS Ideal for Ice Fishing Our Low $#88 Price . . O Guaranteed cold- proof! .Snap Side, Tie Ankles! Wear Inside or Outside of Boots Color Navy, Slies S-M-L-Xl. Govt. Cost $18.50 Greatest In Quality, Service, Value OFFICER SHOES Built on Authentic U.S. Navy Lasts of Genuine Calfskin REG. $9.95 6 88 2 pair for $13 Top quality calfskin leather, long-wearing rubber heels, oak band leather soles, heavy quality leather innersoles. Goodyear welt construction. Black. Sixes 6-12. SEE U.S. FOR COLD WEATHER NEEDS e Mittens • Boots • Insulated Underwear l9i STORES 339 MAIN ST, ME 3-8414 {MAKE YOUR Dim DO THE WORK OF DOLLARS! feondUsed FURNITURE Reconditioned APPLIANCES LATHROP HARDWARE'S NEW E-X-P-A-N-D-E-D Buy With No Money Down! BUDGET OUTLET 2044 Lathrop • Open Nights \ cieine SHOP MONDAY 9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M.... TUESDAY 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. You Just Can't Beat These Savings! Biggest Values! Biggest Selections! Biggest Savings! SIZES: 32 to 38! Care. Wash n Wear! I Mock Monograms Woven Patterns! Solid Colors! NEEDED! Use Credit Coupons I Report Wave of Communist Violence Against Catholic Church in Czech

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