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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 10, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 30, no. 51. Racine wis., sunday april 10, 1960 68 pages--5 sections-20 cents 2 killed. I Hurt in state crash by the associated press two persons were killed saturday night and a third was injured when their car left Highway 41 and overturned in Washington county. The victims were William Miracle 23, Heifer assails Geneva recess made by aide related Story Page 13 ural Wautoma the Driver Washington a Sec is. Arlene Breteler 35, rotary of state Herter de of Milwaukee his sister bounced saturday a Raymond Towey 29, of Osh Kosh their brother in Law was injured seriously. Agreement made by his own disarmament negotiator at Geneva. But he said that since the deed was done he would let it stand., Herter s statement came close to being a rebuke for ambassador Fredrick m. Eaton new York lawyer and Board member of Many banking and Industrial firms who is a newcomer to big time diplomacy. Some state department officials said privately that Herter did not intend the statement to be a rebuke or reprimand. Others equally familiar with the circumstances said there could be no doubt that a declaration by the Secretary of state deploring an agreement Eaton announced this morning was a slap for the Man in Geneva. To nation Parley the agreement provides for about a five week recess in the 10-nation Geneva disarmament conference until after the Summit meeting at Paris in late May. Herter s statement came As the Climax of a series of comments which indicate at the least some kind of breakdown in communications Between him and Eaton. Friday Herter told a news conference the soviets were seeking a Long recess in the Geneva disarmament talks beginning Well before and running until after the Summit conference which opens May 16. Herter also declared emphatically that he saw no reason for a Long recess but would be willing to accept a Short one. Already committed indications Are that at the time Herter was speaking Eaton May already have committed himself to a Long recess Herter aides who have followed the reports from Geneva in detail said that the Deal on the suspension of negotiations was made in the last Day or so. The length of the recess was the Point picked out by Herter saturday for attack. I personally believe the recess is too Long he said but in View of the agreement reached i shall not press for a re opening of the misunderstanding that was one of two sentences in Herter s statement. In the first sentence he virtually conceded he had been wrong in blaming the russians for Tak ing the Lead in demanding Long recess. In contrast to what he had told his news conference Friday he said the agreement actually was the result of a general understanding among All 10 delegations rather than on the initiative of any one of Eaton had made that same Point at Geneva. In effect Eaton said Herter had not got the facts straight. He put it this Way. Any indication that the turn to Page 2, col. 1 assassination attempt fans african fears expect martial Law in Wake of shooting Johannesburg South Africa Imp the attempted assassination of prime minister Hendrik Verwoerd by a wealthy White Farmer threatened saturday to feed new flames in South Africa after weeks of racial strife. Two bullets were fired into the face of the prime minister Long the fighting spirit behind the policy of stringent racial segregation at a Trade and farm fair Here. His assailant captured and mauled on the spot was an English speaking member of the agricultural society of Verwoerd s own Transvaal. State of emergency there were forecasts that the shooting would bring a regime of martial Law on top of see also background Story on prime minister Verwoerd Page 15. Journal times photo by Charles g. Valloni easter artist six year old Ricki Cremer gets a jump on Holiday prep he is the son of or. And mrs. Richard Cremer of 1101 Brooker st. Rations. White House red face loses Petticoat at presidential fete Washington a mrs. Perkins Mcguire wife of the assistant defense Secretary is the latest to take what a society writer Calls one sure Road to Errol Flynn s sex flame 17, tells How suitor shot himself Hollywood i a a Beverly sobbed and he was rejected suitor sobbing i love you too much. I can t kill you shot himself in Beverly Aadland s apartment saturday police said after terrorizing the teen age entertainer. William Stanciu 20, an aspiring actor with a juvenile arrest record was not expected to live. He was hospitalized with a Bullet wound in the head. Miss Aadland 17, last flame of the late Errol Flynn told police Stanciu forced is Way into her apartment and raped her at gunpoint. She said he told her if i can t have you no one he told me that i had ruined his life that he loved me but 1 did t love him going to kill Beverly her face drawn her turn to Page 2, col. 2 William Stanciu not expected to live Fame in Washington she lost her Petticoat at the White House mrs. Mcguire was at president Eisenhower s Farewell reception for the Little Cabinet members and Heads of Independent Agency when her ordeal came. It was described by Betty Beale Washington columnist. Mrs. Mcguire was in the red room when her White crinoline Petticoat started slowly to leave her. She stepped out of it but crinoline is too Bulky to lie unobtrusively Flat on the floor so in near panic she picked it up and draped it across an Arm As if it were a stole. You can t do that whispered mrs. Dudley Sharp wife of the air Force Secretary As she signalled for help from a nearby air Force aide. That flustered Young Bachelor gallantly undertook the Mission but almost instantly passed the garment to a Veteran White House waiter who tucked it under a Pillow from a sofa and vanished from the room. The aide later politely told mrs. Mcguire she would find the wayward Petticoat in the front Hall closet when she left. Replied that harassed lady i m not going to look for it. 1 never want to see it again she did t and she has t. As far As she knows it still is hanging in that Hall closet perhaps next to a presidential hat. 21 train cars derail Block tracks in South Welch . Up Twenty one cars of a westbound Norfolk & Western Coal train derailed near Welch saturday blocking the railway s main line nearly eight hours. There were no injuries. Wreck Crews went sent to the scene after the mishap which cluttered All three tracks at Claren five Miles West of Here in Southern West Virginia. 3 men perish in mine Cave in Kitzmiller my. Up three men were buried alive under 10 tons of Rock and dirt saturday in the Paugh Coal mine near this Western Maryland town. A son of one of the victims was trapped by the debris but was freed in a frantic Rescue Effort and did not require hospitalization. The victims were John Leroy Paugh 50, owner of the Small mine his Nephew Leo Paugh 21, and Allen Harvey 40, All of Kitzmiller Paugh s son Lawrence 18, was dug out by another brother Marvin j. Paugh 21, who had just stepped outside of the mine Entrance and Joseph har vey brother of Allen who was near the disaster scene. The bodies were recovered from the debris by the Kitzmiller mine Rescue squad. In this Section world . And state news pages 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10 2 men die in slate fall Louisa by. A two men were killed and a third was pinned beneath a huge the state of emergency already in Force. In addition to racial violence that has upset the country since March 21, it seemed that latent disharmony Between the two White Peoples the dutch descended afrikaners and the English might now be stirred up. The South african government declared saturday neither negro resistance nor foreign government would Force a change in its White supremacy Laws. We will not hand Over control of South Africa to a native negro majority foreign minister Eric Louw in a Flat rejection of mounting criticism from abroad against the nationalist government s strict segregation policies. Louw said there might be minor changes in the hated passbook system imposed on negroes but that the Basic principles will remain passbook Laws negro Defiance of the passbook Laws sparked off the violent racial crashes three weeks ago and has brought a harsher government crackdown on african political organizations. Though two Small Caliper bullets lodged in his head Verwoerd the unbending 58-year-old chief of the nationalist White supremacy government was reported recovering in the Johannesburg general Hospital. He was sleeping and resting Well doctors reported. Dag Breek a nationalist sunday paper in which the prime minister has an interest said the latest information indicated there will be no aftermath of a permanent motive not known As yet there was no indication of the motive behind the shooting. Police would not discuss the results of their questioning of the gunman a slight Middle aged Man named David Pratt. Turn to Page 2, col. 3 Journa Utemei photo South african prime minister Hendrik Verwoerd was addressing a crowd top picture when he was shot twice in the head. He slumped Down Bottom picture clutching his face. The Man at the right who aided Verwoerd was not identified. Piece of Rock in a slate fall sat urday at a Small Coal mine near Remote Webbville. Dead were Marvin Hall 50, of Neon and Harmon Short 45, of Hall 58, a brother of local news Page 6 one victim was pinned under a. ,0 piece of slate. Hall was con american heritage Page 12 p. Editorial ,.Page Isle users. Holy week the House of Mary of Cyprus believed to be the scene of the last supper is the setting for the easter series this hallowed House beginning monday in the Racine journal times. Palm sunday opens holy week in Racine Page 6. President visits his farm briefly Washington ident Eisenhower we pres a a d e a quickie helicopter trip saturday to his Gettysburg farm. The Jaunt was a sudden decision. He was away from the White House Only 2% hours returning shortly after noon. The president s son maj. John Eisenhower flew to the farm with his father and remained at his Home there. Eisenhower visited his grandchildren during the hour and 23 minutes he spent at the farm then flew Back to Washington with his personal physician. Racine area weather Bundar april 10, u80 mostly fair and warmer today. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer. High today upper 40s. Low tonight near 30. Southwest to South winds 12 to 15 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in Wisconsin fair and warmer today. Monday Cloudy and warmer. High today 38 to 43 Northeast 44 to 50 sout lowest

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