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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 28, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 30, no. 45. The Racine journal times Racine wis., sunday february 28, 1960 68 pages-5 sections.20 cents Bounce signals off huge sphere 225 Miles High Washington a giant plastic sphere was shot 225 Miles into the air saturday night and used to Bounce president flies to resort town in Andes golfs Bari Loche. Argentina i a president Eisenhower took a break saturday from the hot weather and cheering crowds that have greeted him on his South american tour. He flew to this picture postcard resort in the Andes and quickly got in four holes of Golf. Today he will hold private talks Here with Argentine president Arturo Frondizi. On his arrival in Bari Loche. A Swiss Model set lenient in a Lake studded Mountain setting Eisenhower told officials and residents he was grateful for the Opportunity of rest and relaxation and for the warmth of your the temperature was a Balmy 66 when he arrived and radio voice signal Back to the Earth. The 130-Pound bundle of plastic sheeting was rocketed into the sky from Wallops Island va., and blossomed into a sphere As tall As a 10-Story building. This was the third test of the big bags but the first time one was used for the main purpose for which it is designed. The spheres ultimately Are to be placed in orbit to serve As reflectors for radio signals including voice transmission. 12-sentence message in saturday night s test a 12-sentence Oral message was beamed at the sphere from the Bell Telephone laboratories at Holmdel. N. J. It was received on the Bounce at the Massachusetts Institute of technology station at round Hill mass., and at the general electric co. Lab oratories at Schenectady n. Y. Observers noted a red glow around the sphere and it was explained this was caused by Light reflecting from a red Dye mixed with a powder which was used to expand the balloon. In earlier tests vaporized water provided the inflation. Other ascension Israel denies plane violations Tel Aviv Israel pan israeli military spokesman saturday denied a report that israeli planes had violated Gaza strip air space on two consecutive Days. The earlier report from Gaza quoted a United Arab Republic military spokesman As claiming three israeli planes flew Over the area Friday and one circled the town of Gaza sat urday. Blames rights Bill for racial violence senator hurls charge More outbreaks flare \ by the associated Pressl sen. Richard b. Russell cd erupted in the South where negroes Are pressing their a said saturday efforts Are Campaign for equal service at being made to spark race riots lunch counters in the South in Hopes of win at Nashville tenn., police Ning support for passage of broke up a series of sit ins civil rights legislation. By negroes in downtown stores he also called one part of and arrested about 100 per the administration s c i v i 1 sons. Two fights were reported rights measure a Salute to and Auto traffic was detoured Nixon Section an Effort to around one Block for a time promote the vice president of while demonstrators milled the United meanwhile racial violence about. Lunch counters at three us students picket 2 stores in Madison Madison Imp univer the picketing was suggested by sity of Wisconsin students As Southern sit Down Demontra Many As 30 at a time picket editions. Sister to downtown variety stores the demonstration Here was a a. A of sister to Aown Iown variety Siores i be Demonsi ration nere was Golf orse or Rev Phe i in , oct. 28 and to , lunch Erly and business went on Golf course. He played 1, 2, 3 and 9 for a total of about 1,300 Yards walking All the Way. Other members of the foursome were the president s son maj. John Eisenhower presidential press Secretary James c. Hagerty and German Nunez the club professional. The president shot Par on one Hole but was Over on the others. He played several balls on each and seemed to thoroughly enjoy the break from his strenuous schedule. Eisenhower gave a Black tie dinner for Frondizi saturday night. Eisenhower and his party will Fly on to Santiago Chile monday. The . And Argentine presidents flew to Bari Loche in Eisenhower s Columbine ii after another tumultuous reception from argentines on the Atlantic at mar Del Plata. Their plane flew through a severe storm and the Day s program was 15 minutes behind turn to Page 2, col. 1 report theft of secret data Newark. N. ,1-top secret British naval Intelli gence documents to be opened Only in Case of War were stolen saturday from the British freighter whar Anui at a cargo loading berth. The Fri and . Naval intelligence were notified at once. Loss of the papers is so grave that the entire British naval code May have to be changed detectives were told by capt. F. M. Williamson master of the whar Anui. A tall Man in an old army Field jacket was seen aboard the vessel by members of the Crew police said. The Man told crewmen he was looking for electrical equipment placed on the whar Anui by mistake. The papers were in a sealed and locked Canvas bag in the Captain s Cabin Safe. William son said he had orders to open the sealed documents Only if War were declared on England while the ship was at sea. In this Section world . And state news pages 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 19 local news Page 4, 6 ii in Skoal Page 13 build it Page 13 american heritage Page 13 editorial Page 18 Jan. 16. His one was visible counter segregation in the a 5 Over the Eastern Seaboard As South. I ,. A tar largest and two groups picketed the ads said the groups had brightest in the evening sky. T. Grant and f. W. Woolworth a connection with political or where Clouds did not of stores on Capitol Square. They Campus organizations Scure it it could be seen from carried placards saying pro a. O. Taliaferro president main to South Carolina and test racist policies and pro of the City chapter of the na-500 Miles Inland. Test Woolworth Southern tonal Assn. For the Advance the project was sponsored Ament of coloured people said by the National aeronautics one group Leader Richard and space administration. I wands of Fargo n. D., said he had attempted to head off turn to pcs of % col. 6 variety stores a drug store and a department store were closed. Police said All those arrested would be charged with disorderly conduct. In Montgomery Ala., Christine Stovall 22, a negro was struck on the head by one of about 25 White men who gathered in the downtown area carrying miniature baseball bats in paper sacks. The blow Drew blood but she was not knocked unconscious. About a dozen White persons and negroes scuffled briefly after the incident. They disappeared in the crowd before police arrived. Students Parade Between 300 and 400 be go students at Tuskegee Institute marched two abreast on the sidewalk around the Square in Tuskegee Ala., carrying placards appealing for voting rights and civil rights in general. The demonstration was orderly except for one scuffle Between a negro student and a White Mechanic. Both were arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and affray and re eased under $50 Bond apiece. Five negro youths were arrested in downtown Chattanooga tenn., by police alerted i to head off racial demonstrations. Four were charged with loitering and fifth with carry ing a leaded Cane. Charges group a wire photo an unidentified White Man struck a negro woman Christine Stovall 22, with a miniature baseball Bat wrapped in a stocking during racial tension saturday in Montgomery Ala. The Man was not apprehended. _ report purpose of 57 gang Parley was to enforce halt to dope traffic new York a Federal ,. Narcotics official said saturday three White youths grabbed Joe two year Wall of silence a placard from a negro picket in Shelby n. A broke the sign n two and struck the picket several times with the broken staff. The youths then kicked the negro. Police quickly broke up the scuffle but no arrests were made. In Washington sen. Russell told the Senate he believed a group known As the Congress of racial Equality in new York advocated mass efforts surrounding the notorious Apa Plachin underworld gathering has been pierced at last. The meeting on nov. 14, 1957, dealt primarily with enforcing an edict for All members to cease and desist from trafficking in narcotics the Nevada gambling the ban was ordered he said because the crime lords. Felt the narcotics traffic was by Young negroes to get Moi. Traditionally segregated places q. Himself of sicilian descent said Young elements in the crime Syndicate ignored the edict to Lay off narcotics because of the fantastic profits made in the insidious Racket he told a meeting of Law enforcement officers that reprisals for those who disobeyed the order were subsequently manifested by the murders of a few top ranking gangsters who chose to violate the edict of their criminal Many jailed Many of those who attended in some cities for senator said. Delegates also discussed the mafia taking Over gambling in Nevada and the cuban Gam in the South. They fostered planned and incited these incidents that could Lead to a great tragedy. ,. Georgia s sen i. Operation the mafia is an International underworld society spawned Many years in Sicily. It reputedly rules a vast world vice Empire. The official Charles Sira a Usa a Field for the Federal narcotics Bureau and it Demon journal times photo ready for moving Day Hustle and Bustle at the new Jerstad Ager Holn Junior High school reached a Peak saturday As both teachers and workmen prepared for moving in Day on tuesday. Monday the 525 students who will move from Washington Junior High school to Jerstad agerholm will be Given Tours of the new building in preparation for the Start of classes tuesday. In upper photo superintendent of schools John Prasch inspected the new 2.1 Milton Northside Junior High school. In second Row mrs. James Sadlon an Art teacher set up a classroom display and Ronald Brandt school administrative assistant finished some last minute filing As Workman Don Jahns washed dust from a new window. In lower photos janitors Bill Hapke left and Bill Schrader arranged furniture in a classroom and workmen a Chiappetti left and Ronald Christensen were at work laying tile. About 800 students will remain at Washington. 4 4 Strates to me that they were anxious to Start a race of terrible 1 this is no time to be going Down there and trying to promote a race riot Russell said. Gentlemen you Are playing with powder and i Hope the match won t catch fire to set off a the Senate recessed late saturday having set monday As the Day for the Start of the round the clock sessions to try to break filibuster tactics turn to Page 2, col. 6 Humphrey ailing delays state trip by the associated press a severe cold and High fever confined sen. Hubert Humph Rey to bed in Minneapolis saturday on what was to be the first Day of another Campaign swing through Wisconsin. Humphrey s office at Milwaukee announced the senator plans to be at eau Claire this afternoon and at Wisconsin rapids this evening with an overnight stay at Wausau. Saturday his schedule was taken Over by his wife Muriel and by Philleo Nash. Wiston sin s lieutenant governor. Humphrey supporters said he would be in the office of the Secretary of state at Madison tuesday morning to file As a candidate in the april 5 presidential primary. Anti Batista unit dissolved in Cuba at the Plush private estate of the late Joseph l. Barbara sr., have been jailed for giving evasive answers about what authorities termed the real reason for it. Almost to a Man they claimed that they had merely dropped by to see a sick Friend Barbara. He died later of a heart condition. Siragusa said agents of his Bureau wrested the secrets of the nov. 14, 1957, Parley through penetration of underworld groups and in some cases conversations with those the upstate Apalachin meeting actually present. Milwaukee Man Hurt in crash As Auto skids through Stop a 56-year-old Milwaukee Man was reported in fair condition saturday night at St. Milwaukee county line Road. Deputies said Domagalsky s Auto was stopped on the Side Mary s Hospital after the Auto j of the Road when the other in which he was Riding was car skidded into it. Neither of involved in a two car crash the women was hospitalized. At Highway 38 and Man Road. The new Havana i a revolutionary military group that helped overthrow dictator Fulgencio Batista announced its dissolution saturday. Maj. Eloy Gutierre Menoyo commander of the second front of said his group was breaking up in the interests of National Unity. The second front maintained a separate military identity and wore different insignia from Fidel Castro s 26th of july movement troops. Menoyo and his chief lieutenant May William a. Mor Gan formerly of Toledo Ohio played leading roles in the smashing of a plot against Castro s regimes last August. It

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