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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 13, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Man the Mem journal times vol. 30, no. 47. - to Racine wis., sunday March 13, 1960 68 pages a sections-.20 cents st catherines Reni Hes finals Park to go to state tournament details in sports Section tear Gas i alts Florida March by negro group by the Asso outed press tear Gas was used to break up a negro student March in Tallahassee fla., saturday after a dramatic face to face meet Adenauer flies to . To talk to Eisenhower background Story Page 4 new York in West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and a Large group of advisors flew in from Bonn saturday for top level talks with president Eisenhower and other american leaders on the forthcoming european Summit conference. It was the first Stop in America on the 84-year-old Chancellor s 12-Day visit to the United states. He is scheduled to begin talks with Eisenhower in Washington tuesday and to Confer with other top government officials. Will be valuable in a Brief statement Adenauer said in German i am glad to be Able to spend a few Days in the United states of America and to talk with Good friends. In difficult times such an Exchange is particularly important. I am convinced that these exchanges As usual will be valuable to win discuss Berlin in his Washington talks he is expected to urge a firm Western stand against the so Viet Union when the matter of West Berlin comes up in the Summit conference in May. Besides conferring with Eisenhower during his three Day Stopover in Washington Ade Nauer will also meet with vice president Nixon with Secretary of state Herter and with members of the Senate foreign relations committee. Satellite signal loud Strong background Story Page 4 Wshington Pioneer v Lent Back Strong radio signals saturday night indicating a top flight performance As it jabbed steadily through the sea of space. Scientists estimated the Beachall size sphere was 292,-080 Miles from the Earth at Midnight clipping along at 6,-219 Miles an hour. Information being relayed Back from the newest . Apace probe was being accumulated in tape form to be Analysed later. Space watchers at Jodrell Bank England picked up signals loud and Clear from the rocket but reported a minor error in its predicted course. The error is so Small that it is virtually negligible said officials. Pioneer v s orbit will touch the Earth s path and swing to within about seven million Miles of Venus smaller orbit. Its year around the Sun will be about 311 Days. In this Section world . And state news pages.2, 3, 4, 7, 9, 10 local 6 american heritage Page 12 r4itorial Page 18 ing Between groups of parading negroes and Whites almost touched off a race riot. Florida s gov. Leroy Collins instructed officials of the negro Florida a. & m. Univer sity at Tallahassee to confine students to the Campus to head off imminent serious disorder and the developments in the Florida capital highlighted a Day marked by minor demonstrations elsewher6 in the South and picketing in support of the negro stand for integrated eating facilities in new Jersey Michigan Kansas Colorado new York and Massachusetts. Princeton protest picketing Princeton University students protesting Segre gated lunch counters in the South were pushed around and had their signs ripped up by other students Many from the South. Enforcement officers intercepted a sizeable group of negroes marching toward downtown Tallahassee from the a. & m. Campus. The students refused to turn Back and the officers set off some tear Gas bombs. The negroes then withdrew and returned to the Campus. The incident occurred after a near riot followed sit Down demonstrations in two Tallahassee stores. Holds up sign about 35 White persons led by Homer Barrs executive director of he Florida White citizens Council intercepted 100 negroes marching toward the f. W. Woolworth store. Barrs held up a three foot club and told the negroes you Aren t going any the two groups halted Only six feet apart. They remained that Way for a few minutes. The negroes then withdrew to a nearby Park. Racial tension appeared to be easing at Montgomery ala., following conviction of 31 Ala Bama state College negro Stu dents and a former student in connection with an anti segregation demonstration. Law authorities were altered for a pos sible White demonstration urging economic reprisal against negroes but it did t develop. Reuther wire at Detroit Walter p. Reuther president of the United Auto workers Union sent a Telegram to president Eisenhower asking him to instruct the attorney general to take immediate action in your name to restore Law and order in Montgomery about 30 Princeton University students picketed a Wool Worth store in Princeton n. J., carrying signs Reading Jim Crow must go and we won t stand for dime store an anti picketing group led members of the colonial club a University eating club to which Southern students belong pushed the pickets around and ripped up some of their signs police reported. A few punches were thrown before Princeton Borough police broke up the Brief Melee. There were no arrests and no serious injuries. All concerned were White. Small groups of negroes staged mild demonstrations at two variety store lunch counters in Lexington ky., but were not served. New snows foil Rescue a Temps West Jefferson n. C Iff new snowfall and turbulent winds saturday again interfered with Relief efforts for some 1,500 Mountain families snowbound by about six feet of Snow in the last month. The fierce winds halted expeditions by four army helicopters after Only a few flights. They will try again today. Judge discharges Finch Case jurors believe new trial to be held in april los Angeles of a 10-2 majority of the jury that deadlocked saturday in the Finch murder trial voted or. R. Bernard Finch guilty of second degree murder a juror said. And a panel of seven women and five men voted Carole Tregoff innocent by an 8-4 count. Los Angelesa the Kesson said i would say we a glum or. R. Bernard Finch and Carole Tregoff sat in a Back to jail after learning of the deadlocked jury saturday. A were photo sheriff s cat headed Castro denies accusing u. S. Of abetting explosion on ship Havana .1-prime minister Fidel Castro denied saturday night that he had accused the United states of complicity in the explosion of a French munitions ship in Havana Harbor March 4. I have no proof Castro said that the u. S. Was involved. But he added. "1 have the right to Castro made his statement in an Impromptu sidewalk news conference outside a Midtown Havana hotel where reporters encountered him. Earlier saturday a grenade or bomb exploded in the Havana customs office wounding four army intelligence agents who were examining it. Police said it was not known whether the explosive device came from the cargo of the French freighter la Cobre which blew up in Havana Harbor. Meanwhile cuban intelligence agents accused the news director of a Tulsa okla., to station and another North american of taking pictures with double Roger Sharpe news director of station Koto and John Taylor of Stillwater okla., were detained nine hours in intelligence Headquarters after they took pictures inside the Castro regime s National Institute of agrarian Reform. The u. S. Embassy identified Taylor As a candidate for a congressional seat. First it. Manuel Fernandez a member of prime minister Fidel Castro s intelligence serv ice said both men were freed provisionally saturday while authorities review their film. 2 men shot of death in Madison Madison two were shot to death and the son of one of them seriously wounded in a West Side Madison Home saturday night. Police identified the dead men As Harold Hays about 45, men director of the Madison and Walter Nelson 44. Seriously wounded was Michael Hays 17, who was taken to a methodist Hospital. Details of the shooting were not immediately available. Long Finch murder trial ended saturday with a crashing anticlimax. The jury after eight Days of deliberation was unable to decide whether or. R. Bernard Finch and his pretty mistress Carole Tregoff coldly plotted and callously murdered his socialite wife. The judge discharged the panel of five men and seven women and the District attorney said there will be a retrial. The wealthy surgeon broke Down and sobbed when the jury was polled. Red haired miss Tregoff sex Model who became his receptionist and then his sweetheart also was in tears. Or. Finch s attorney said his client s Only comment was i m terribly miss Tregoff s attorney said she said nothing. She just cried he said. The Case was returned to Superior court for a hearing March 17 at which a new trial Date will be set probably late in april. The trial had been a National conversation piece since Barbara Jean Finch s body was found eight months ago sprawled on a neighbor s handsome surgeon a a claimed his wife s Bullet in the Back death was accidental. Miss Tregoff said she was but an innocent bystander. The state called it murder callously plotted and ruthlessly performed. Dist. Atty. William b. My Are obligated now to re try the Case. We Are convinced that these persons should be put on trial under the charge As returned by the grand july with returned indictments charging murder and conspiracy. The fact this jury has not agreed does not change our or. Finch s attorney Grant b. Cooper said a re trial might take several weeks. The trial that ended saturday started last dec. 8. The state s co prosecutors turn to Page 2, col. 6 citizen of year Honor goes to Chris Prentice a lifetime of personal service to Racine will be recognized tonight As the veterans of foreign wars Post 1391 its citizen of the year award to Christopher r. Prentice 60, of 1427 Junction ave. Prentice has devoted his efforts to further the Success of Many Community organizations including the salvation army the boy scouts american legion Post 76, boys work at the Myca the kitties drum and Bugle corps Community Chest rotary club Goodwill inc., and Good Fellers. In making the announcement of the selection George h. Wheary or. Chairman of the panel of judges described Prentice As a tireless worker particularly in the interest of youth. He has worked hard. He has accomplished much in the Public continuing wheary asserted. Chris has never declined to serve on any committee. He has accepted every Challenge and worked diligently in the True spirit of service above self whatever he does he seems to do All he can to try to help our Young people find a Way to serve their serving with wheary on the selection committee were Don h. Black w. C. Tex Reynolds turn to Page 2, col. I newsman finds african style political rally frightening Way of life five women now in Racine dedicate their lives and work to god As members of the Schoenstadt Sisters. See their Story on Page 8 of Section 1. Editor s note this is the 10th in a series on african nations and their problems and concerns the belgian Congo in equatorial Africa. The belgian Congo has an estimated area of 905,000 Square Miles and Isi million people. Bol Kongo one of the three his tribesmen were putting on Strong tribal leaders who is a massive demonstration. They trying to come out top Man even went so far As to tear when this country gets its in Down Many of the opposition dependence from Belgium this june 30th. Bol Kongo arrived from Brussels this morning and party signs and that was Why the newsmen feared a riot. Fortunately an opposition party Leader Lumumba did not protest the action. He let Bol Kongo have his Way. When we arrived at the meeting place there were More than 20,000 africans chanting their War cries shooting off their rifles. Chris. Service prep Tice above self. By j. D. Mcmurray Leopold Ville belgian Congo Africa my initiation in this capital of the belgian Congo will be remembered for a Long time. It was frightening. Hardly had we gotten settled in the air conditioned and new Memling Palace hotel when a Call from a local newspaper correspondent summoned me to the lobby. I ended up Riding on a platform atop the correspondent s car to watch a political rally and demonstration for one of the african leaders who just today returned from the Brussels conference. Milling throngs in streets at 60 to 70 Miles an hour we raced out through the native Section of the City where both sides of the streets were lined with milling throngs of africans dressed in their red and yellow War paints. Many carried bows and arrows some held Long Spears and Many had rifles. These were the followers of and generally making like they meant business. To say i was sex Champagne lady scared is an understatement Pound unconscious although throughout the dem pm. On stration the natives smiled Honolulu Uro a x n o t to Berta Linn 28, a former turn to Page 6, col. 1, b. Champagne lady with the Lawrence Welk orchestra was found unconscious saturday in her Waikiki hotel room. Queen s Hospital described her condition As the Hospital informed police that stomach pumping failed to disclose what caused miss Linn to lose consciousness. Chief Bol Kongo addresses a political rally of 20,000 it becomes Independent on june 30. Note the chieftain s persons part of whom Are pictured Here after his return headgear and Leopard skin background. The latter is from Brussels conference. Bol Kongo Heads one of three usually carried in time of War against other tribes. The major parties seeking to get control of the country when crowd came out 9f the Bushes to hear their Leader Racine area weather sunday March 13. Ueo partly Cloudy today. Monday mostly fair. Little temperature change. High today upper 20s. Low tonight about 10. North to Northwest winds 6 to 12 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in Wisconsin partly Cloudy today and a Little Snow Likely in extreme Southwest. Monday mostly fair. Not much change in temperature. Leigh today 23 to 32

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