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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 17, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 30, no. 52. Racine wis., sunday april 17, 1960 80 pages-6 sections--20 cents believe orbiting satellite didst drop space capsule Rescue 23 men adrift 13 hours after ship sinks Norfolk a. A Small Ore Laden lebanese freighter a Hole punched in her Bottom Sank in the Atlantic Ocean saturday. Her 23 Crew members uninjured were rescued after 13 hours in a Lifeboat and raft. Two crewmen of the Ethel c said As they came ashore saturday night that shifting scrap Iron cargo caused the mishap. But the american skipper who had survived two previous sinking in his maritime career said he was t sure of the cause. Capt. Diomedes Caravias 37, of new York City said Liere was a noise Friday night from the no. 4 hold where heavy motor blocks were stowed with other scrap Metal. Water poured in very shortly after that water started pouring in said the Captain a naturalized citizen of greek origin. Rain of Darrien easier in Racine Racine is slated for a Rainy easter. The Weatherman forecast Clouds and showers. By Midnight saturday a thunderstorm had dropped almost 1v2 inches of rain on the City and lightning knocked out electrical Power in the 200 Block of Lafayette ave. Minor Power failures also were reported in other scattered areas of the City. No serious storm damage was reported. Rain was forecast for most of Wisconsin today but the Weatherman said it would Stop in most areas by afternoon. Twisters rip Middle West recovery Force Waits in vain to snare device Sand covers Suez 3 vessels run aground port said egypt.4� three ships ran aground in the the Crew abandoned ship Suez canal and a Large Amer shortly after 1 . And remained in their two Small Craft near the ship which disappeared at 8 05 . We saw several planes overhead and waved to them it lacing visibility to almost Zero. Caravias said. We had plenty 25 other ships were delayed in ican Tanker collided with one of them in one of the worst sandstorms in memory saturday. With said Laden winds re of food and water in the boat and the 329-foot vessel was about 19 Miles East of Cape Charles when she radioed shortly after 1 . That she was taking water faster than the pumps could handle it. Was unreported the canal. A Suez canal spokesman said the 13 northbound and 12 southbound ships were ordered halted until the wind subsides. Harbours were closed. U. S. Tanker the american Tanker Potomac which displaces 32,950 ions when fully loaded ran f be aground and an hour later was rammed by the 7,601-ton Amer Vandenburg air Force base Calif in the capsule from the discoverer i satellite is probably still in orbit the air Force announced saturday night. A spokesman said that the 1 recovery Force waiting for the instrumented capsule to fall into the sea near Hawaii never had a Chance to catch it because it did t come Down. The air Force said that it was the most successful test in the discoverer series to Date. Critical Point some unknown malfunction occurred at a critical Point just after separation of the capsule from the orbiting rocket which carried it aloft. Telemetry Date indicates that the separated capsule is probably still in Isy the. p.�. 1 p ans had called for the tornadoes and High winds of discoverer Ito make 17 passes around the lashed midwestern farm areas Earth. Then pop out the 300 farmlands hit cancel warning in Wisconsin a War photo 3, of Phila saturday piling up a freight train wrecking barns and prompting a Siren screeching twist Alert in Kansas City. Tornado warnings were in effect in Southeastern Wiscons i Northwestern Illinois Northern Indiana and Western Ohio but the weather Bureau later issued All Clear bulletins for those areas. Another peril unseasonable Vio storms struck the Northern Plains dumping inches of Snow in Wyoming Nebraska Pound capsule on radio orders dropping it by Parachute into hawaiian Waters. The air Force said that the latest discoverer was exceptional in its performance and it at first appeared that for the first time the re entry vehicle would possibly land in the Impact ordered Back planes waiting to snare the falling capsule and a surface search Force were ordered Back to base when the capsule Crew left the ship she was unreported until a Navy search plane spotted the Bobbing life raft about 2 . Coast guard vessels reached the scene soon thereafter and took the men aboard. By then the crewmen had drifted to 65 Miles East Northeast of Cape Charles. Thomas Gibson 28, of England the radio operator said some of the cargo moved and made a Hole in the Bottom. I sent an urgency signal first and then the master immediately directed me to Send an sos because we were taking water so Gibson said As the ship went Down there was a terrific explosion from the engine room it blew the whole Stern ican Tanker Green Valley. The italian Tanker Santa Isabella 20.700 tons and a greek passenger ship identified As the Paris also ran aground. The Santa Isabella grounded near Suez and the Paris near port said. Not listed no sonnet for this Bonnet Mary Katlic Rinc Malloy Delphia tried on her Mother s new easter hat in a variety of poses. To see Racine schoolgirls modelling easter bonnets turn to front Page of today s women s Section. All Christendom rejoices and the Dakotas where sheep did t descend As planned Are in lambing season. J a spokesman said Inspru j tornadoes clawed their Way. Across farms in Eastern Kan o Kisas Northwestern Missouri Hunt Pione 2 men and and Eastern Iowa. I. For by us a or Carl Mannel 44. Utt Bahamas by the Aii related Privi the world s christians United today in celebrating the Cen the Paris is not listed in Turies old drama of Christ s Lloyd s Register of shipping. The Potomac under contract to Marine transport lines apparently suffered extensive damage above the waterline in the collision a message to the . Navy department Washington reported. Resurrection. In lands everywhere services of thanksgiving processions and messages of Joy hailed Christendom s greatest Day. Dawns first Light was the Cue in for voices of millions to Rise in jubilant easter hymns and for Church bolls to ring out with the Potomac at times is under control of the . Military the Joyful tidings. Sea transport service. I pilgrims from ail Iowa was killed by a Tornado which tipped a heavy truck trailer on top of his Auto at world gathered in Jerusalem to top altars in Valley shrines and Hail the holy Day. In churches. From Early morning till Early in new York s annual fifth afternoon uncounted thousands Avenue Parade tens of thous Traer Iowa winds of about packed the crumbling o 1 viands were expected to turn the 50 Miles per hour ripped the Miami Fla. M coast guard aircraft and a Cutter scoured Bahamas Island Waters a a gasoline service station near saturday night for a single Waterloo engine air plane and its two near occupants. The Pilot was identified As a few Miles South. Church of the holy sepulchre. The service there was mainly for Oriental christians Ortho a o x armenians egyptians copts syrians and orthodox ethiopians. Bell peals normally mall. Busy artery into a boxes of two freight cars off turn to Page 2, col. 2 r. L. Jackson of Miami. The other person s name had not been Learned. Discover fingerprints in French kidnapping Paris up police seeking the kidnappers of 4-year-old Erie Peugeot have discovered a Clear set of fingerprints on one of the Ransom notes written to the boy s father wealthy automaker Roland Peugeot discovery of the prints was the first break in the Case for police. The kidnappers released the boy unharmed Early Friday on payments of Ransom total amount unreported. Sex Racine Man to play role in sending up . Astronaut Lounial tymm photo what is it contemporary Art Geometric pattern Doodle of a bored banquet guest see Page 7 to find out. By Jamea d. Selk a former Racine Man operating in a relatively Small organization with a relatively Small budget May have As much to do with sending an american into orbit As All the High priced rockets scattered on the Bottom of the Ocean off Cape canaveral. A. Clyde Kratochvil Scurti of Anton Kratochvil 1420 Washington ave., is a project scientist for the Bio science division of the european office of the air Force research and development command. The division is charged with compiling Basic Long Range information on what makes people tick and How Long they will tick under extreme conditions. It spends less than $1 million a year a drop in the bucket when it comes to space research. Kratochvil 37, who holds a pm. D. Degree from the University of Wisconsin farms out Basic biological research con tracts to foreign scientists for the air Force. Commuting from Racine to Chicago to attend a meeting of the american society for experimental biology. In about a month hell be in turn to Page 6� col. 6 major Kratochvil from acid to ants in this Section in Rome As Midnight struck Over thai Peter s giant master Bell boomed. Then the Basilica s other Bells joined in. Within seconds hundreds of Bells from the churches of Rome were heard. Pope John Xxiii prepared to celebrate an Early morning mass in his private Chapel and deliver his blaster sunday message to the world. The message was expected to include a plea for peace in commemoration of the resurrection of the Prince of peace. Russian orthodox and roman Catholic services that began late saturday night ushered in one of the most Lively easters in Moscow in years. Easter siriday for both faiths coincided this year. Moscow s two score orthodox churches were jammed All Day saturday. In the French embassy roman catholics held an easter Vigil. This was followed by a Midnight mass conducted by father Louis f. Dion of Worcester mass. Cancel Seoul services Seoul s easter Sunrise service for korean christians and american servicemen was cancelled. Demonstration jitters were blamed. The army chaplain s office there said the service was called off for political reasons but that soldiers would i observe easter at their regular Gium where he lives with his wife and four daughters but local news. He is Seldom there. His Terri a. ,. Tory stretches from Sweden to tie Niage America the reverent a Israel and last week he was editorial. Page 16,ranged services at Mountain lives in Belgium world . And state news his Home m Brussels Bel pages 2, 3. 4, 7, 9, 10, 12, a chapels. Anti government uprisings in Page 6 Korea the past week have left Page 13 entire nation tense. Ments in the satellite provided excellent measurements which can be applied to the future design of the 11th Effort to recover an orbiting object from space began Friday when the big rocket was launched at this missile base. Recovery of a capsule from orbit is considered a key step in learning How to Send animals and later a Man into space and Back. Such a recovery has never been done. Rights group urges . Slap at Softli Africa Washington i a seventy three american civil rights leaders urged saturday that the United states recall ambassador Philip Crowe for consultation and suspend Gold purchases from South Africa in protest against that government s racial policies. The group including mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt and leaders in organized labor religious legislative and other Fields made its proposals in a letter to Secretary of state Herter. The letter was released by Independent political organization americans for democratic action. It commended the state department s recent action in deploring use of violence against negroes by the South african government. Among signers of the letter were sen. Hubert h. Humphrey a Minn reps. James Roosevelt a Calif Chet Holifield a Calio. Charles o. Porter Dor and Henry s. Reuss a wis mrs. Eugenie Anderson former ambassador to Denmark James b. Carey president. International Union of electrical workers. Also or. Martin Luther King Alabama or. Reinhold Niebuhr new York Clergyman Walter p. Reuther president United automobile workers Lillian Smith author Roy Wil Kins executive Secretary. National association for the advancement of coloured people James g. Patton president National Farmers Union and Bishop James a. Pike san Francisco. All the games scores Box scores and stories about All National league baseball games played saturday Are in today s sports pages including the St. Louis Cardinal los Angeles dodger game in los Angeles saturday night. Fishing and boating features also will be found on pages 4-5 of today s sports Section. Journal times photo photogenic fees Queens of the Racine camera club s 20th. Annual color slide show will present awards to winning photographers tuesday. The Queens Are from left Judy Priaulx Joan rein and Beverly brandies. The show will begin at 8 . In memorial Hall. Racine area weather sunday. April it. 1s60 Cloudy and cooler with showers ending late tonight. Monday partly Cloudy and Cool. High today upper 40s. Becoming North to Northwest Low tonight mid 30s. North to Northeast winds 18 to 28, 12 to 20 Miles an hour tonight. Elsewhere in Wisconsin showers mostly in East and extreme South portions today ending in Southwest portion by this afternoon. North to Northwest winds 18 to 28, and much cooler. Monday mostly fair and Cool. High today 45 to 51

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