The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on January 14, 1962 · Page 6
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 6

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, January 14, 1962
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Dog's Barking Alerts Man to Bomb Threat Get Global Briefings .JCHICAGO (JP) — A It was the second ..bombing barking dog saved a Negro attack in a month on Speedy's family from possible injury property. He said the attacks followed threats against his moving into a white neighborhood. The first bombing Dec. 18 ripped the vestibule of a newly purchased home in a predominantly white block. Speedy planned to move his family into this dwelling Saturday under police protec- Ition. "OH PSHAWL!"— The current cold spell is just too much for a hoVse named 1-rcd as he labored in the East Huntington, W.Va,, section. Tlie muffler helped keep his head warm, but it didn't ease the chill in his ears. "It's a dog 's life, not a horse's," he lamented. Official History of GOP Gives Ike High Praise dropped to 7-below-zero. They t'^^n ordered to work by cityl '^"f said they would not return to officials and will not be paid^ WASHINGTON — </P) A special accolade is reserved following terms: , r r. u. 1-. ' "Dwifihl D. Eisenhower, the for former Pres. Dwight D.. . f/ . . ' r . ,. Iwcntictn ccnlury.s man ot , ,., „f<-- • ,„ IJsenhower in a revised his-fjpdiritrd his life^'^'''^ ^^^^ officials just completed by the Re- dent of the United States to publican National Committee, ihc conceiJt of a world of "In peace, as in war, pcuce based on ju.stice. Dwight D. Eisenhower served World Respect his country well," the up- "His administration won in- from a dyrlamftfe blast Saturday as they' planned to move into a white neighborhood. The barking roused Walter Speedy, 42, a machinist who opened the front door of his South Side apartment and found three' sticks of dynamite at the end of a sizzling fuse. Speedy tried to douse the bomb, then hurled it to the: Saturday's blast occurred .street seconds before it ex-''" front of the three-story! iploded. The blast shattered building the Speedy family ,all the windows of the three- was vacating, story apartment building but! Three other families live in 'did not injure Speedy or his the building, one of the few ^four daughters sleeping in aistill standing in an area being front room. | redeveloped. St. Louis Trash Collectors Continue 'Cold Speir Strike SomeiSaffo, said the men had beeni advised by the union not to; work until an agreement had' been reached. The local represents most of the truck drivers and collectors. Director of streets Alfred H. Beck said the men had- WASHINGTGN — m — The three former presidents— Herbert Ijoover, Harry S. Truman and Dwight D. Eisenhower — are being kept posted on international de­ velopments, by ,the Kennedy administration. Disclosing this, White House press secretary Pierre Salinger said the briefings are a part of President Kennedy's policy of keeping the former chief executives informed on foreign matters. , John A. McCone, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, was in Palm Springs, Calif., to give Eisenhower a secret briefing. McCone will see Truman in Independence, Mo., next week and Hoover in New York later in the month. RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIJf Jan. 14, 1962 Sec. 1, Page i LAD'S Open Mon. Noon to P.M. So Unmistakabtv JOHANSEN Journal-Times Want Ads Bring Results' .ST. LOUIS —i/P)210 garbage and trash collectors continued to refuse to work here Saturday in a dispute over the weather. The collection crews first refused to work Wednesday erLs acclaimed w.rmly in the^h^^ the temperature below which they not be required to ature would work. The secretary-treasurer of Teamsters Local 610, Pete while idle. Discussions on the subject are to resume Monday after -i| noon. New York City's First Ave-j nue has a Chinese laundromat.,! dated history concludes. ilernalional respect for him- Just Finished '^^^ United States. I "On the American scene. The official history just the party's slogan 'Peace, finished ranks Eisenhower Progress and Prosperity,' was rather high among Republican: justified. The administration chiefs of state if words of;revived the confidence of! praise alone arc the measuring rod. Like the one issued in \956, this volume carries NOW at MODEL private enterprise, shaken by many years of over-spending and regulation by the govern- ful 1-page photographs of,ment. Abraham Lincoln and Eisen- "The government set thej hower, first and latest GOP country and the world an ex- presidents, at the turn of the^ample of good management first page. land thrift. Inflation was halt- But it is on the last pagejed, and the economy advancedl of the booklet thai Eisenhow-ito new heights of prosperity." Won'f Yield 2 Cabinet Posts, Says Royal Laotian Regime V1ENTIAN1-. Laos —0?)-- he will tell .Souvunna that the The royal Laotian f;overnmenl neutralist leader tiad failed in .Saturday dimmed |jrospcctS |his efffirts to form a coalition of success for ihe CJeneva government and should give up trying. With every dry cleaning order of 5.00 or more Conference of rival Laotian princes, declaring it will never give up two key cabinet posts King Savang "Vathana as -i isigned Souvanna to the job of in a proposed coalition gov-',ryinK to work out a govern- ernment of nationa unity. ,n,,rit with the approval of the^ On the eve of Premier other two princes. Prmce Bonn Oum's departure „ . , • for Geneva, a , abinet spokes-' •'^'"^ '"'^ f^"'"^! FREE man said (he rnyal ^nvern- nient "will never yield" (he to Geneva mainly to discuss; with Ihe 1-1 natKjn conference! defense and interior ministry "'P'"'^ "''i posts to neutralist Prince .Snii- \'anna Phouma's faction, I( the Laotian problem, such as' guarantees of its indepcnd-^ em (' and fears they would .scKin fall „n "^'"'r-'lity -'nd the der the influence of .s<,„. ^^'"'^''^'^^''I"' f-'^ign troops. \aiina's half-brother and pro . , r« I ( ommunist ally. Prince .Soup M OOSG rigpfs hanouvcjng, leader of thi Pal he! Lao. Broke Up Parley li'iiiii Oum has resisted <:!M)iij,' prcssure.s from the 1 SI,lies ,iMiJ Us Wfvslem Alii'-. ! M ;•('! !oj;ei)ier wilh llie t \V' I ol h' r pi 11)1 I \ Tile (hs [ii;ri- n\ii ( .ihllli'l I 'lSSIJMl ini'iils liioki- uji ihe carefullN' jjii-pari'd \'i'iii 1,1111' Miinniil cunlcreni r l.isl iiinnih 'Ihe lulled SI,lies sah seguenlly .suspnuled iis ei o- iiornie aid lo Laos Wiihoiii e.xpianation, the aid was rr ^!' ii (•(] 1 rida\ • -IK hou r'^ a I OT I'.oiiii Oum a>;ref'd In 11% i -i G' i .i \a lor ,1 nc\'.' Laoliaii ^u^nniiI nu'eim;.', Assigns 'ra ,sk Boiin Ouni. h n w c \ i' r, .sl'owed no sij;n nt I I.K kiiij.; down, lie informed thi- Na- Assi mblv lr:d,iv that Train fo Draw ASIITON, Idaho — </P) - A b lack moose fo(u.'|i( ,1 draw with an lion liorse Saturday, then u.mdcied off to timl)er land. 1 he I ram was <. hti.uKoi^.' Iliroui^h .snowc o v e r e d I MiMiir\' in eastern Idaho wlieii I In- engineer, named II niilfalo, spotted Ihe animal It slaiutiii)' m Ihe middle of llif Iraiis he- l\^•(•(•n l),inlss of ,1 (h'cp cul ot M1l)\S. I he tr.iin slopped. The moose ch.iiged ttie diesel en;.;ine, ^lashlnJ,: several limes svith iis front hoiA 'cs. Then ii h.icked oft and l)iilied ill'' mai limr se\'eral till iws. Model Mid-Winter Dry Cleaning Event N(nv y<»ii can saw (iioncv and ncrivt* this Kondcrfiil jiilt loo! .A hoantirul l)ri(l<j;«! (U'cli of |>la.sli(' coah'd |>layin<; cards — Wc^lcrn I'rinlinji'.s finest sinjilr deck. Sorl out your uinlcr weary apparel now and .send it to !Model for the finest elean- ino; anynliere, pins an exeitinfj, practical V/> lo •i/ir CALL Ifour C ^liclru Win mi STATE CODE . . . NOW!! SUITS DRESSES Children's Garments Men's or Ladies' Plain up lo 10 yrs. 1.29 1.29 49c Dave Speaker Co. 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