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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 6, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Man the Racine journal times vol. 30, no. 46. Racine wis., sunday March 6, 1960 66 pages-5 sections-20 cents Ike to prolong puerto rican stay 1 More Day Ramey air Force base puerto Rico of president Eisenhower resting in the Balmy Caribbean from his South american tour decided saturday to put off his return to Washington until monday afternoon. He originally planned to Fly Back today. Eisenhower is feeling Fine generally but still is hoarse White House Secretary James c. Hagerty told newsmen in announcing that the president will prolong his slay at this . Strategic air command base. Eisenhower arrived thurs Day night tired out after his 10-Day tour. He said with a smile he was bushed. Supporting evidence came Friday when the president who usually shoots in the 80s, is predicted in City primary biographies Section 1, Page 7 with the exception of a few wards which have seen moderately heavy campaigning in Aldermani contests the Pri Mary election tuesday is expected to draw a Light voter turnout. The reason according to most political observers no hot issues. City clerk George Benson said less than 30 persons have applied for Absentee ballots. An average primary attracts about 150 Absentee voters. Fewer registered voters another indication of a quiet primary is that there Are 6,000 less registered voters than last year. Although about 37,60 3 Resi dents have registered Only a fraction of that number is expected to turn out at the polls the Only citywide Contes slated for tuesday is for Board of education positions. Five candidates will compete in the primary for a Chance in the i april 5 elections. One of them chief officer h. L. Conyers will be eliminated tuesday. School Board candidates Are Gilbert e. Brach 3520 Washington ave. Mrs. Henry p. Bruner. 1817 main St., incumbent Edward d. Evans 405 a posse found him sitting on Lombard ave., incumbent Ber a canal Bank with a .22 Caliper Nard p. Porzak 2342 Thor ave., pistol clutched in his hand. He and Anthony j. Sinsky 2606 surrendered without resistance. Westwood or. The youth was trailed by school Board candidates re footprints Over desolate pal spouses to questionnaires sent Metto covered terrain for Al Loy the Racine league o most a mile from the Spotwo to showed tha forming perhaps one of the rec of u of oldest ecumenical moves m Elby Buol Haiean was a War photo Dennis Whitney 17, said after his capture saturday that the scratches on his face were made by his latest victim a housewife who fought him with a Hammer. Florida youth admits killing 3 Jupiter. Fla. A a sullen teen Ager who admitted took a 25-Over-Par 97 in Ala. Foursome under a score hmm Sun on the Dorado Beach club s a and a housewife was a Champion 18-Hble Golf course rested saturday police said a presidential Date for after he stopped to Wash the another game saturday morn-1 blood of his third victim from ing was cancelled. Present plans Are for Eisen Hower to arrive at Andrews Airi of his hands. Castro denounces . For sabotage t h e Palm Beach county Force base. Washington Early sheriff s office identified the monday evening. You will want to see these each lenten season for More Tolian 30 years a group of downtown protestant i Birches have held Union mid week lenten services. Youth As 17-year-old Dennis Whitney of North Hollywood Calif. Journal tonic i Priolo skids into train Mabel Crilley 59, of 1721 Ellis ave., escaped scr ious injury saturday afternoon when her Auto struck a Chicago North Shore 6c Milwaukee Railroad train at the 5 mile Road crossing. She said the automatic signals weren t working As her Auto approached the tracks. When she spotted the train she jammed on the brakes and struck a rear car she said. The woman was reported in Good condition at St. Luke s Hospital where she was a Rayed for possible hip and head injuries. Plane ablaze 18 Parachute the Midwest. The Story is on found Early saturday 80 Miles Page 8 of Section 1. More than 250,000 Trees will be planted on woodlots of Racine county farms in april. Tie Story of tree farming the first in a series of various types of farming which play a role in the Economy of the Community will be found on Page 12 of Section i. Ference in opinion Over the unified school District plan and that a not a violent split. It takes issues there Are four three Way contests for City Council posts. In the 6th. 8th. 10th and 14th Whimes face was Cut and four Way race in the 12th Ward. The two top vote getters in each Ward contest will vie in North of her Home. Whitney admitted the Kidnap slaying of mrs. Selby and the slaying of two Dade county Gas station attendants. Bruised. He said the woman attacked him with a Hammer before he killed her. Mrs. Selby was reported the april general elections missing after she failed to meet the heaviest Ward Campaign ther husband in downtown eng seems to be in the 12th performing before the too i " a " Sconyers where Eldon l. Asher. Robert Bis Sof a Erca to Johnson and William c. To is. Selby car m a Kuiper face incumbent Stanley choristers of s. C. Johnson As she awaited her j. Rodgers. Senaie recesses debate on rights until monday Washington after fighting against them expressed More than 125 hours of Vir any willingness to give ground tally non Stop session Thesen of get in the mid a de of these no Compromise Senate temporarily broke off a la late saturday its Marathon elec that would win enough support Tion year Battle Over civil rights to break the deadlock legislation. Antl full Buster on motion of majority Lead por the time being it or Lyndon b. Johnson geared that the two thirds a Catanzaro. Italy in eighteen american airmen parachuted from a burning transport plane Over Southern Italy saturday night. The Pilot Rode the disabled Craft to a crash Landing in the sea. All 19 passengers and Crew of the cjj9 flying Boxcar survived. Pilot Hurt rights forces to mount an anti " " hospitalized with filibuster filibuster injuries. Six were taken to a in Iduster Tii Buster. S by Hospital at Naples no area of Compromise for observation. The others sen. Richard b. Russell a escaped unhurt. A Leader of the Southern the most seriously injured filibuster ers said he could see was the Pilot identified As no area of capt. John Mattarocchia. He when the Senate recessed it was pulled from the cockpit had been in continuous session of plane after it skidded Ashe Senate recessed until Jority required to invoke thei. ,. A Ocean noon monday when round the debate limiting cloture Rule and if last monday noon with. Clock sessions Are to Start once choke off the Dixie nub Sterl up of of 5-Mmute suffered Back for 125 hours and 31 minutes across a Beach and into the & son inc. The Story of their invitation to appear at a National convention is on Page 4 of Section 2. Husband. A still takes issues to at he said he told her to get fact the voters though Ben out that he wanted the car son said. And this looks like turn to Page 2, col. 8 a quiet again in an Effort to reach a could not be obtained vote. I sen. Kenneth b. Keating r neither advocates of Broad n. A taking the floor in mid new civil rights measures nor afternoon said it May be Nec a band of 18 Southern senators Essary next week for the civil in sink orator and Walker forge expanding in 1954, in a Battle Over an atomic Energy Bill the Senate stayed in session for 85 hours and 23 minutes including time out for one 24-minute recess. That was a record until this week. The round the clock session two Racine industries in Sinke Rator mfg. Co., inc., and Walker forge inc., have announced expansion plans for the Racine area. Ever j. Hammes president and general manager of in sink orator revealed his firm has purchased 20.5 acres of what formerly was part of the county farm cast of the county institutions on which a new Plant will be built. The firm now is at 1125 14th St. Gordon r. Walker president of Walker forge revealed that his firm has purchased from Massey Ferguson 78,000 Square feet of buildings adjacent to his present factory on 17th Street and that the forging firm will gradually expand into the new holdings. The in sink orator transaction was with the Racine chamber of Commerce which developed the former farm land for Industrial use in a program worked out with the Racine county Board of supervisors. For additional pictures and detailed stories on both transactions see Page 7 in the business Section of today s journal times. Gordon r. Walker . Buying buildings. Storm slams Newfoundland new York the worst Winter storm to Hammer up to 10 inches of Snow. In the United states from the Northeast in More than a the Canadian Border to Dixie decade surged into newfound-1-Snow-blitzed residents still land saturday knocking out Felt the storm s waning lash Power lines and snarling tray up to a foot of Snow fell in fic. Southwest Michigan and North the Gale entering mainly pm Indiana in the Eastern part of the prov the National weather death inca was expected to dump toll reached 160. Flames quenched the plane came to rest about 90 feet offshore in shallow water. The sea put out the flames which had been shoot ing from one of the Craft s four engines. The plane from the a s. A. J i. J air Force s 322nd air division that started ast monday was Atif from Athens to Naples with 15 Early wednesday morn my then Force passengers and a started again at 7 28 . An fyr kept going for 82 hours and 3 Mattarocchia ordered the minutes until a halt was called others to bail out when trouble late saturday afternoon. Developed. This easily topped the pre a one Parachute became envious record of 54 hours and 10 tangled in an electric Power minutes for a non Stop session line on the Way Down but the set in 1915 during a filibuster airman escaped unhurt. The against a ship Purchase Bill Power line was snapped urged by the late president plunging a nearby town into Woodrow Wilson. Darkness. Wrath flares Over explosion aboard ship related Story Page 11 Havana prime minister Fidel Castro angrily blamed the United states saturday night for what he said was an act of sabotage that caused the explosion of a munitions shipment in Havana Harbor. In his strongest attack on the u. S., the bearded revolutionary Leader declared those interested in blocking arms shipments to Cuba had caused the explosion aboard the French freighter la Cobre Friday. And he said United states officials had blocked such shipments in the past the state department in Washington quickly replied these implications Are categorically and emphatically it said the United states will enter a vigorous protest to this unfounded and irresponsible the state department also expressed sympathy for families of victims who died in the disaster. Its Public statement pointedly bypassed government to government condolences. Convey sympathy under Normal circumstances such a message would have been sent from the government and the people to the government and the people. The u. Charged affaires in Havana conveyed sympathies to the cuban government and offered any possible assistance. But the formal state department statement omitted any reference to the cuban government. As released to the press by the american embassy in Havana it read the government and the people of the United states Are deeply distressed Over the tragic explosion which occurred Friday in Havana Harbor with such a heavy loss of life. Our deepest sympathy goes to the families of those who mourn the death of their loved ones. We share the grief and Shock which this disaster has brought to the cuban 54 to 73 killed journal times photo in sink orator mfg. Co. U the first firm to acquire land set aside in 1957 by the chamber of Commerce for Industrial expansion. Inspecting a land map of the factory site Are seated e. J. Hammes president and general manager in sink orator mfg. Co., and from left standing Samuel p. Myers president and George h. Wheary jr., Industrial development committee chairman of the chamber of con Pierce and Eugene e. Wieczorek vice president of manufacturing of the Radunc company. A new Plant and office is planned. Guinea s nationalistic spirit impressive says Mcmurray editor s note this is the fourth in a series on african problems by the co publisher of the journal times and concerns Guinea which obtained its Independence since world War ii. By j. D. Mcmurray to onanism was of throngs of Black men women and children dressed in gayly coloured Cottons lining the Highway from Conakry to kandia. They were smiling singing Flag waving people who were out to cheer president Sekou Toure and Welcome this group of Conakry Guinea West american newspaper people. Africa flying Down from Rabat Morocco where it was mild and Spring like we landed in Conakry where it is hot and they were Friendly and showed their unrestrained enthusiasm. These people had come out of the Back country by Way of from 54 to 73 persons were killed and from 206 to 345 were injured when grenades and Small arms ammunition blew up As the French ship was being unloaded alongside a Dock Here. In a two hour speech before a crowd at a mass funeral service for blast victims Castro appeared to have shut the door on any Hopes for negotiations of u. differences As proposed recently by his own government. He heatedly re emphasized at the end of his speech that the cuban revolution Wold not turn to Page 2, col. 5 Racine area weather humid and tropical. Also Fork he footpaths leading from the the first time we Are seeing the non moslem Pagan Peoples of dark Africa. Our first View of Africa a Highway which is one of the few real roads in the country. Many of the Young children Wear nothing and Many of the women dress Only from the Waist Down in spite of the fact that Toure has ordered women to cover the upper part of the body. But when we changed our Money for guinean francs we found that the Bills showed Iju of. N pictures of native women who american 13,g,g Bare above the Waist. In this Section world . And state news pages.2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 11 local 6 16 turn to Page 2, col. 1 sunday Mitch Sitto sunny and continued cold today. Monday partly Cloudy with Little change in temperature. High today Low 20f and Low tonight near Zero. Westerly winds 8 to 12 Miles an hour. Elsewhere in Wisconsin fair and continued cold today. Monday partly Cloudy and not much change in temperature. High today 15-22. 55

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