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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 14, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol 30, no. 43. Racine wis., sunday february 14, 1960 74 pages-5 sections-20 cents find 5 bodies from mystery 43 bomber Washington Irhe desolate Sands of a North african desert have yielded up the bodies of five members of the lady be Good bomber Crew after nearly 17 years. Their four buddies May lie buried somewhere nearby in the shifting Sand dunes of the libyan desert. The air Force saturday announced an Oil exploration party found the bodies of five members of the Crew that failed to return from a world War ii bomb our Mission Over Italy on april 4, 1943. They Lay about 85 Miles from the spot where the lady be Good s almost intact Frame was discovered by Chance 10 months ago. Vor weeks after the finding of the bomber an intensive air and surface search was conducted for its Crew. It was obvious the men either had walked away from the plane after it was forced Dov nor had parachuted from it As it was heading Back to its North african base. Clustered near the bodies of the five a re pieces of equipment they had used in their Effort to walk out of the desert canteens flashlights pieces of Parachute silk and harness fur lined flight jackets. Individual identification of the bodies was awaiting results of analyses by an army mortuary team. But one bit of equipment May have Given a clue to the identity of one of the five men. This was a Sun glasses Case bearing the name of it. D. P. Hays. He was the navigator. His Home was Lee s Summit to. The Oil company men in moving about the vast desert in their work came upon the bodies and last Encampment of the five on thursday. A commercial Pilot who operates planes in the desert radioed word of the finding to wheelus air base near Tripoli. A u. A air Force party flew to the scene and reported Back that these definitely were Crew members of the Long missing bomber. In the party from wheelus was a chaplain. The Little group of air Force personnel and the Oil exploration party stood by As the chaplain offered a prayer for these Long missing men of a now Distant War. The bodies were left at the scene until the experts of the army mortuary team coming Down from Frankfurt Germany could arrive. The lady be Good presented a deep mystery after it was found. The bomber untouched by the years in the dry desert air stood just As it had been the Crew left it. A Ali Ophilo this map shows where the bodies of five lady be Good crewmen were found. South reeling from battering by snowstorm by the associated per caving the Border states and a tremendous snowstorm states reeling in surprised the Southeast Satur deep drifts Day with More than a foot of parts of Virginia wallowed Snow Maroo Ning motorists " l3 inches of Snow. Tennes paralysing transportation and see had 11 and the Carolinas creating havoc with sporting and West Virginia 10. Up to events and business. 18 inches was expected in then the storm charged parts of Virginia before the Northeast toward new England storm abates. Police find heiress 17, is wife of clerk help reaches ship in distress Honolulu .41 the japanese training ship Toyama Maru was reported in distress saturday with 40 men aboard. Aid reached her quickly by air and sea after she messaged Miami Beach Fla i a a one Inch Hole near Here a 17-Ycar-old new York propeller Shaft was threaten heiress object of a six month eng Merom. Search was arrested saturday the vessel gave her position with her husband an .$85-a-As 950 Miles Southwest of Here week Delicatessen store clerk. A Tanker and two planes soon we Don t want Money. All i ached the ship. We want is to be left alone cried pretty Roberta Ronni Orr Brady daughter of the late Robert Orr millionaire advertising executive. The runaway lovers were tripped by a routine fingerprint Check on Brady s application for a Job. The Fri and Miami Beach police found the couple in a Small apartment. Charged with abduction French planning nuclear Arsenal 2 subs hidden in Gulf asserts Argentine Navy by Enos Aires. Argentina i the Argentine Navy grand larceny. Police said she said saturday two mystery is accused of stealing $1,000 in submarines now Are hiding in Cash and .s2.400 in traveler s the Remote Golfo Nuevo. C h e c k s from her Mother s the Navy announcement Home. Said one of the two subs in when Ronni s Mother pre the Gulf apparently had been pared to Send her to a Swiss damaged by a bombardment finishing school last july she from Navy warships and air a loped with Albert Edward Craf. Brady was charged with abduction and his wife with sorry of disturb you Ernie but Chicago Ernest Sullivan 56, told police saturday that he whiled away Many a Long Winter evening on the roof of the Terrace Steak House. Sgt. Leo Sheehan said he was inclined to believe Sullivan. Denunciations Greet atomic test in Sahara Paris up France exultant newcomer to the ranks of the world s atomic Powers. In a Light housekeeping declared saturday night it will Nook beside the restaurants of Clear weapons to assure its National warm air vent police found a half bottle of whiskey and 24 Cartons of Cigar ets. Restaurateur Andrew Marks the announcement came said some $50 evaporated i widespread criticism in Brady 20, store clerk. Then a hardware 15-Day Hunt re Ciceris. The statement came at a they bought a forged blood argentines were test certificate bed about her beginning to doubt there was age and were married by a us submarine at All in the of the peace last july 18. Fere has been a i Don t care. I Don t care what happens to Brady said. They can from the till during the last few nights. Sullivan was seized in the restaurant Early saturday. He said he had just dropped in through a roof trap door for a cup of Coffee. Sullivan was booked on a burglary charge. 15-Day Hunt for an elusive underwater vessel supposed to be lurking in the 20 x40-Square-put me away for life just As mile Gulf 650 Miles Southwest a Ritner s wino Scopes Long As they Don t Hurt Ronni of Buenos Aires. We took an important step i the Navy announcement led ground no one Hurt this morning with the expos six months to speculation that a second Washington _ up _ an " bomb. But we have other parts of the world Over France s test explosion of an atomic device in the Sahara Early saturday. There were reports that France plans to follow up with it he explosion of an operational a bomb. Pierre Messmer. French defense minister told a new conference and the Ronni is now pregnant. I love Al and when to told me i was going to Swiland 1 told him 1 was packed and ready to go. He bought plane tickets and we flew to new 10 deaths a band of Snow piled up from 2 to As much As 10 inches All the Way from Maryland into Louisiana. Mountain communities were hardest hit. At least 10 persons died because of the violent weather. Driving was hazardous throughout the entire area. Roads were blocked and airports shut Down. Bus com i panics cancelled schedules. 125 stranded More than 125 motorists were stranded in Alabama As Snow piled to Hub Cap Levels. Some 300 persons were snowbound in their Homes near Huntsville Ala. Virginia reported hundreds of Auto accidents mostly minor. But a loaded greyhound bus was struck by a skidding car near Suffolk and crashed into a ditch. Fourteen bus Pas sub was trying to constr thei Argentine search forces away .j., .3 a 5 Crew continue to work to give nth trom a crippled sub. I. France a striking Force of no journal times photo this Auto was demolished in the head on crash. Its Driver Joseph b. Huels Kamp 23, of Waterford and the other Driver Wesley h. Smith 33, of 1030 12th St., both Are reported in poor Drivers seriously Hurt in crash two Racine county snowfall varies in Racine area v parts of Racine county had up to two inches of new Snow saturday but Only Light Snow fell in the City. Today s forecast is for continued Snow flurries but no heavy accumulation is expected. Slippery driving conditions were reported throughout the county saturday night and Highway department Crews were called out to Sand and Salt icy spots. The state Highway patrol said highways 11 and 36 were very Slippery and interstate 94 was Slippery in spots. Milwaukee had a 3.7 Inch snowfall saturday and the Burlington area reported up to 2 inches.,occupants juries and Huelskamp was in. Der treatment for a Mouth in jury possible Skull fracture a bus company in Hunting Iton Ironton Ohio Ashland by. Rippled Suh. Members aboard skidded on a a men Highway 20, just East of the Smith was reported suffering anti sub weapons a runway in a snowstorm a Nihei is and the Means were injured seriously Satur Sorenson Road. Sheriffs dept from facial and internal in occupants of the car were the Argentine Navy said the National Airport saturday i e " the Day evening in the head on of a it was snowing a two u. S. Transport planes Are and lurched on its Side. K " accomplish its mis-,o,i5ion automobile and inn =., k 1 Sion of assuring National in a 1. A. R both men were unconscious Ronni had made two trips a to Summa no one was injured. Dependence a bakery truck West of Raj he a lacerated knee. Rine weapons. The plane was making a Cine. fore hot f Ivor Rizor " continuing accounts of Takeoff run when a warning Messmer did not elaborate listed in poor condition sep wms with 1 Horn in i submarines provoked Light flashed indicating a pos on his statement but it is be at St. Mary s Hospital were Andrea no in with in h counting excitement in Buenos sible fire in an engine. As the lived he meant France intends Wesley h. Smith 33, of 1030 with Al s Erk him 1ml Coli ires. Thuie slowed Down it skidded to make nuclear missiles. I2th St., the truck Driver and lock him Anu specs and the left Wing dipped and the successful test of a Joseph a Huelskamp. 23, of lation that the reported sub hit the ground. There was no Olov device placed Fiance i Waterford Driver of the car marines might be soviet. Ifune in Llie engines. I turn to Page 2, col. 5 i the Accident occurred on 3 terrorize envoy in . New York a Throe Tough Guy bandits robbed and threatened the chilean ambassador to the United nations saturday night. Ambassador Daniel Schweitzer 65, told police the men smashed their Way into his residence took $200 and threatened to kill him. Despite their threats they fled without harming the envoy. One of the men demanded Are you a jew yes the ambassador replied. Let s hear you say Heil Hitler and give the Salute the Bandit ordered. The ambassador obeyed. The bandits ordered him to twice More repeat it. The ambassador said thei men whose Ages he estimated from 20 to 30, gained Entrance by smashing the Glass of the front door. Like Chance to meet people a  census jobs now open in Racine in this Section world . And state news pages .2, 5, 8, 9, 12 local news Page 4 editorial Page 18 Ajner can Herl Tago Page 20 perfect jobs for people who like Long vacations now Are open in Racine. William c. Giese. District supervisor of the 19g0 census of population and housing which starts april i issued an Appeal saturday to City and area residents to become candidates for jobs As census takers. Although the census Tak zoo to acquire is wolverines ing business in t the most steady in the world the polls pop up every 10 years it affords a wonderful Opportunity to meet people. Must be citizens applicants must be Over 18 years of age. Citizens of the United slates and have a High school education or a area stopped All operations because of the Snow officials said it was the first time in 24 years schedules were halted. Treacherous Glaze sleet and freezing rain put a treacherous Glaze on fringe areas of the storm and torrential Rains deluged the lower half of the South. Southern Florida beset by an up and Down thermometer All Winter iwas warned to Brace again for readings in the 40s. Gale Force winds raged along the Atlantic coast and warnings were hoisted from Florida to Atlantic City. Abnormally High tides were St auctions and read maps. Although it s not spelled out in any census taking handbook a Strong passion a pair of wolverines the. Walking would t Hurt first for the Racine zoo Are a War photo biggest Blimp collapses workers in against a hangar door ripping the envelope and Caus South Weymouth mass., studied the remains of what ing it to collapse. The 400-foot Craft based at Lake was believed to be the world s largest Blimp. A gust Hurst n.j., was being towed by a tractor when the of wind saturday slammed die . Navy i zpg3w mis map occurred. Expected to arrive monday said zoo director Emil Rokos he noted that wolverines Are rare specimens hard to trap or catch. Because they manage to break out of regular shipping cases special ones Are made out of steel barrels. The animals were caught in the Yukon territory about three weeks ago and Are being shipped from Canada. They Are dark Brown weigh about 35 pounds As adults and look somewhat like Small bears. Its equivalent. They will be required to Pec cd to Pound the lowlands pass a test of their Abilitywhile reeled the storm to understand written in drove on. Heavy Snow warnings were issued for new York and new England. Eastern Kentucky was told to be ready for 10 to 18 inches. Ohio and Pennsylvania could expect up to six inches the weather Truman to vacation Independence ormer president and mrs. Harry s. Truman will leave too igbo for  Florida vacation. Piece Price basis persons who Are now or have been recently associated with Law enforcement or tax assessing or collecting Are not eligible. Census takers will be paid on a piece Price basis. A diligent taker should earn about $12 a Day the District supervisor said. A $10 training foe will be paid to those who successfully Complete the course of instruction. Applications for jobs in the City and county of Racine May be obtained at the Wisconsin state employment service 604 6th St., or the u. S. Census office u17 Mound ave. Bureau said. Racine area weather sunday l be. A 1b60 partly Cloudy with Little temperature change today through monday. A few Snow flurries Likely this morning. High today mid 20s. Low tonight about 15. North to Northeast winds 8 to 15 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in Wisconsin partly Cloudy with Little temperature change today and monday. High today i t9 30

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