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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 21, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin
The mine journal times vol. 30, no. 44. Racine wis., sunday february 21, 1960 78 pages-5 sections-20 cents visitors pour in to see Queen and new Prince London i a Queen Elizabeth and her crinkly Blue eyed baby Prince weighed in at 7 pounds 3 ounces received a Stream of callers saturday. Prince Philip took off to watch a football game. Buckingham Palace was getting Back toward Normal. Queen Mother Elizabeth and Princess Margaret turned up for a half hour visit. They drove away looking delighted. The archbishop of Canterbury or. Geoffrey Fisher clerical head of the Church of England was among dignitaries paying homage to the Queen and her second son. It s a Lovely baby said gynaecologist John h. Peel who presided at the delivery Friday of the first child born to a reigning British Monarch in 103 years. The baby is doing Fine and so is the jets Fly by roaring on was the official Celebration. A formation of 36 Hunter Jet fighters flying through a drizzling rain dipped Over the Palace roof in Salute. Gun batteries boomed at Hyde Park the Tower of London Edinburgh Castle. A crowd of 800 at the Palace j Gates looked up through the rain and waved As the fighters flew past. They cheered when a Royal Aid posted a medical bulletin the Queen and her child had spent a restful night and both Are doing very within minutes came the first announcement of the birth weight. The 7 pounds 3 ounces compares with 7 pounds 6 ounces for Prince Charles 11-year-old heir to the throne and exactly 6 pounds Snow descends on state again seize fugitive who shot 2 hostage freed take a ride shall we " they drove to Cherry Fork where Crum noticed a Road journal times photo birthday wish As Jimmy Salcid s 8tli birthday approached he told his parents or. And mrs. James a. Naleid. Of 442 Wolff st., that the Best possible birthday present would be visiting a fire station. Saturday was the big Day and Jimmy got his wish. He is pictured sitting in a truck at the 4th Street and Vav Wisconsin at Mac fire station exchanging hats with fireman Earl King. Jimmy look nine guests along with him. Wilmington Ohio a Everett Crum 32, blocked by state patrolmen against the Wall of a garage in the Hamlet Block. He ordered Trotter s of Cherry Fork gave up sat son in Law out of the car but urday after a 55-hour flight the Trail ended at a garage and spree of violence which police had Crum blocked. Included the wounding of two policemen and the holding of a hostage for three hours. For approximately two hours Crum sat in an Auto and held a cocked gun at the head of Wilbur Trotter former mayor of Manchester. State Highway patrolmen and other f a i Trzil y values went up More often were afraid to move in because. A it a War photo Everett Crum after his capture saturday in Wilmington Olio. Will ask interruptions in Senate rights debate find most Home values Rise As negroes appear new York i a prop a neighbourhoods in six Northern pleas of Herbert Connor a cities a Survey reported Friend and the Rev. Paul Duns to Jap Jay. Can of Cherry Fork finally re suited in his surrender. Connor Ariz of the Sonali approx Ria in the near future Washington i for their sister Princess Anne democratic leaders indicated tons committee said he favors other Money measures. 9. Name not disclosed the civil rights legislation the Survey showed that in slate came a neighbor Kiaie games a Njg studied real estate values Rose from 5 to 25 per cent after negroes moved in. In another 41 per cent of the a gun on a Pohleman who Wasi fit " a is property values on three taking him out of his cell. He stable. Was being held on a burglary in Only 15 per cent of the charge. Cases did prices decline from Crum was on his Home a is a Wilmington protector. Trotter was unhurt. Crum escaped from the City jail Here thursday by drawing saturday the Senate will be this course to prevent a logjam. Asked to break off its civil on Money Bills from developing. ___.,_ ,._ the Little Prince whose rights Battle from time to time the Senate civil rights would not be imperilled if it ground. He has hunted and the study financed by the name is not expected to be to pass appropriation Bills and struggle started last monday were put aside for approx Ria trapped throughout the area. Fund for the Republic covered to last several Tion Bills Hayden said. He said work on he forced a minister to give 10.000 real estate transactions Money up his Auto in which he got Over a nine year period in san measures must go Forward if out of Wilmington. That night Francisco Philadelphia Chi disclosed until his christening possibly other measures. Is expected next month is ensconced in i think it s generally under weeks a room adjoining the Queens stood that procedure will be appropriation Bill his Cream coloured bed is lined followed sen. Mike Mansfield Hayden said he expects his Congress is to adjourn in time he shot two policemen who with Blue bowed Pink Satin a Mon the assistant a committee to finish w o r k for the National political con were watching a House . Til under a Nylon net. Jority Leader told newsmen. Monday on the Commerce de mentions. The democratic con they thought he might appear. Air sold Mylkes telegrams gifts and Mes chairman Carl Hayden department appropriation Bill and mention in los Angeles opens patrolman Ernest Wilson 31, sages of congratulations con july 11. Was wounded seriously. Bumpy Len Din tinned to pour into the Palace. I .
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