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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 20, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Mhz the Racine journal times vol. 30, no. 48. Racine wis., sunday March 20, 1960 82 pages-5 sections.20 cents 37 killed in Airliner crash More negroes arrested in Dixie demonstrations by the a Shethi ii i to dynamite were found in negro demonstrators in tie the washroom of a Nashville South were subjected to new Tenn. Bus station where i arrests and convictions sat roes were served after Stag urday As their Campaign to inf a sit Down demonstration wipe out Scurf action sparked in tie White restaurant earlier overtones of violence. This week. Fifteen Nero College Stu a fist fight erupted Between dents were sentenced for Par White owners of a store anticipating in mass Demontra Arlington va., and negroes sen. John f. Kennedy a tons at Orangeburg. S.c., and who sought lunch counter mass told an audience of 850 a s the official expressed fear service. Two negro men were persons at memorial Hall sat Kennedy Calls for sharing of farm surpluses abroad 850 in Racine hear senator in his 1$r visit that v cd protests could Lead arrested to a kits. 40 arrested some zoot suited urday night that the United states must share its farm defense attorneys for More than 1,000 negroes jailed surpluses abroad and step up f 0 " 1. Throughout the South accused Trade and Aid programs to White or coloured slaps some state officials of using a Nuil under developed nations body and the roof comes off Titue of Laws and ordinances Kennedy s first appearance said James Verner assistant As Means to enforce racial in Racine since becoming a candidate for the democratic nomination was at a state state attorney general. almost at the same time. Picket stores 40 negroes including five " Young democratic convention newsmen carried the sit Down a banquet at memorial Hall protests from lunch counters a under the ,ui., i i.,a ,.lion of t Ludgood Marshall to Public libraries at Memphis ,., ii Tenn. And were promptly Arf  "�7, of a .3 rested. " Balcony. Two dynamite Caps but " a " White and negro sym a in Northern picketed stores at the Wool Worth Cham which son ibo cot is of the National Janesville. Dela Assn. For the advancement of _ d,.i Tiki i Inion i tended the banquet and an and ii 330 packed the y. Spoke in county Kennedy arrived in the Hall ships collide 2 persons die coloured people. Van and Union ,.grove during the afternoon pickets also marched at the Gnoj Purly Evenin Norfolk a. The a omes " i t f destroyer escort Darby so a. H--c1 several among Are dominantly Necro United states should Stoie Abc Kud collided saturday , her a no a singe a a w., swy Hishme Cham ves Bur were sentenced to so floor com journal to photo Kennedy spoke to 850 at memorial Hall. In the background were mrs. Patrick Sel. J Nav said of " fines or 30 Days in jail. A expense of the recipient Lucev left of Madison of the democratic state chairman and mrs. John aboard the Darby were killed thormities using tear Gas and countries in warehouses built a. J a r a i and injured. ,.e hoses trested 388 of the so Reynolds of is cons s attorney general. No injuries were rep about 1,000 students who a and this country Awe aboard the merchantman soya ruled last tuesday. I result would soon begin to f 1mmmtm plane plunges in s. America with 7 survivors Bogota Colombia a a closed saturday that Federal colombian Airliner carrying 44 authorities Are considering persons crashed saturday in grounding All Lockheed Electra Northwest Colombia. Thirty of seven of 44 persons aboard a up up p were reported killed. The disclosure came after the plane a c46 of the col Indiana s two senators met Osbian airlines earlier had with civil aeronautics Board sent a radio message saying it investigators digging in a farm had engine trouble and would Field where they Hope to find attempt to make an emergency what caused a Northwest air Landing. It carried 41 passengers and a Crew of three. Police said 37 bodies and seven survivors were found near the wreckage of the both Hoosier lawmakers plane. J theorized structural failure the plane was flying to May have caused the huge Craft lines Electra Turboprop to explode and crash near Here thursday killing All 63 aboard. Structural failure Cartagena on the Caribbean coast of Colombia from the Interior City of Medellin. Its last radio message reported it was flying at 3.500 feet and losing Altitude rapidly. The Pilot said would attempt an emergency Landing at to Fly apart in flight. The grounding of the Electra air plane certainly should considered by the Faa Federal aviation Agency due to the heavy toll of lives said sen. Vance Hartke a ind. Robert Williams. Faa con planet Arica. apparently was Gressional Liaison officer and trying to approach an Airport j j Hornsby of the Faa a Bureau of standards both said grounding of the Electra is in near there when the plane crashed. Residents of planet Arica said direct consideration they saw the plane coming j.,, a in a Down with i. Engine., of Era. .=,?riop.,g" ,___.,a thin column of Gray smoke the Pilot and co Pilot were a i. It of Viuca Iho would Lead them to some of the among those i in the. Bodies. But Little was accomplished before darkness halted consider grounding All Electra airliners Tell City ind. In investigators probing the wreckage of an exploded Airliner Dis operations. Hartke and sen. Homer. Capehart Rind both said they thought structural failure caused the plane to explode in the air. Atlantic As a result of the col a jury of five White mensa the tax a trs a Lar Par t begin vision at the Mouth of Chesa and one negro returned the Lor Lliel Tillion Riviar Scotino stot visa is Clov p to r ,1 l 1, a a a now costs to store the sur a luf v Loyid a i f / the names of those killed 200, mostly negroes watched plus " and injured were withheld the trial. An attorney for the r,r�,., pending notification of .vt of students filed notice of Appeal currency restrictions a. Kennedy said the United states also must remove out Kin. The Navy said none of and arranged bail the prominent persons nun Woolworth stores were pick to cheer on Kennedy bored among the casualties. Moded restrictions on the use former skating Star Barbara said and think is the Man a cd at Boston mass. Detroit. A a a. A. For the inh no explanation Mich and four new York " " " a for which Ann Scott who thinks women or tie of. There was no immedi Alc owns Vestal Binghamton up a ought to women and not j of of a Irp 3-- Plantation for the crash about a a Dicot and City. To donate barter or sell career girls dropped into a f i,., 1 Towk of 1 1 -. Miles North of Cape Henry its surpluses abroad. C., or a i medals and trophies than d it the Entrance to the Bav. The postpone protest i declaring that peace not v presi South american dictator Ca guard said the weather negroes carrying placards War is the answer to the i. Nadian born Barbani said she s took up posts in front Peoples of Eastern Kennedy a mass address the perfectly Happy off the ice. Was Clear when the two ships  a " i p posts in front Peoples of Eastern Europe. A. Of in crashed. Of a South Richmond va.,Kennedy said supported Young democratic slate con 1 Nave no desire o leu in first reports from the Navy sore recently by current efforts in Congress to mention at memorial Hall. Skating she Saio. Home said those aboard the Darby the in timer s inc., another of change provisions of the Bat App to blonde is now the included reps. James. Van turn to Page 2, col. 3 i turn to Page 8, col. 5 Zandt a a and l. Mendel Rivers . Later it was a Rule Little Rock police chief the Darby however Vasy. Iski t to ii if carrying assistant Navy Secre Al 1160 wite then himself tary Richard Jackson and rear adm. Robert t. S. Keith As Little Rock summoned to his parents Distant chief of naval opera police chief Eugene Smith and Home. appeared stunned his were found shot to tons for naval Reserve. Dignitaries taken off Zandt. Jackson and Home saturday. Keith were put aboard a Navy the Coroner ruled that Smith of Chicago advertising wanted to Settle Down Man t. V. King and said she 1" fact while collecting spends her time doing and big pay mop and Broom Ballet look checks on the Amateur and ing after her husband and a professional skating circuits suburban Chicago Beauty Salon she said All she Ever wanted and running a women s Day do was get married and time radio show. Settle Down. No official connection z a a business radio show and interviewed at her suite in Home is settling Down is a death in the Kitchen of their " a " " a a a a " i the House after seeing bodies. The was staying with her husband. At any Rale her Oul of the Iii other and poodle she said spotlight life seems to agree vessel bound for Shore shortly shot his three times then Raymond Smith married and she and her husband have no with her. She looks like she after the Darby was taken in put a pistol Bullet through his of two Small Chil official connection with the could slip Back into a skating Tow. The Navy said the Darby which apparently suffered serious damage was expected to arrive at the Norfolk naval shipyard at Portsmouth sunday. The merchant vessel moved under her own Power some four or five Miles from the crash scene and anchored in Lynn Haven roads not far off Shore. Own head. Police said they had As until recently a Stu Kennedy f orces. No idea of a motive. Dent at Harding College in just like him costume she Pound. Without losing Joann a Timet photo former figure skating Star Barbara Ann Scott autographed the skates of Pam Sattler 2401 Bate st. Looking on is Nancy Hoag 2811 n. Wisconsin st. City officials were stunned by 55 Miles Northeast of fashion Queens to let you know what s in the cards for Spring fashion 28 Racine models donned new fashions available in local shops to help illustrate the annual fashion edition. Brighten your first Day of Spring. Don t miss Section 2 of today s sunday bulletin. By the death. Only Friday the Smith s 20-year-old son got a $250 Fine and a two year suspended sentence for burglary and Petty larceny. The 47-year-old Smith was a Center of controversy in Little Rock s integration disputes. Twice club swinging police in breaking up segregationist demonstrations protesting admission of negroes to Central High school. Segregationists accused him of being a tool of race mixing advocates. Eight suits totalling $500,000 were filed against him by persons who charged they were mistreated in a clash tween police and segregationists last aug. 12. Police were called by ask study on youth Council for teen Ager Little Rock. was one of four Harding students who pleaded guilty to burglary and grand larceny in Searcy area thefts last month. \ world of the teen Ager support Given to establish a elopement of the teen Ager. Fide because they would lose the College asked the four Community was ing a clinical psychologist or 5. That the Community needs status and prestige in their role Felt by abo200_pare�s,. Sodal worker in a --igroup.,. Or. Kehm com,.ed. Of. Catherine spark both m see sports pages and they did so. Traffic mishap kills Dane county Man by the Preski youth leaders guidance Counselor teachers and civic Lead school District. Racine area weather it is for such signs that the o of i.,. Agers. Parent should aware and 3, that standards in school the in the teens Institute instead of scolding try s Ai a Luciy in Iii ust set higher to Chal sponsored by the Racine gig 1., insight under a sunday March 20, i�60 Day at the Owca. Lenge teen agers in a dynamic mental health Assn. A Ding and reassurance. Pres Ujj Triy Cloudy today with from 16 workshops which world. And 47 other Community or jes Only Lead to tie change in temperature. A Liti Usi. I a an of i h,8h today Low m. Low in this Section Keynoter was or. Feda generation on tonight about 17. North to Kehm director of Assn for permissiveness of our Northwest winds 8 to 15 family living Chicago who.,5, pm that Honn hour. Neighbor who discovered the bodies. The Smith s son Raymond looked into the questions of the death of a Dane county the adolescent and his family Oman saturday brought wisc on himself his future and his com sin s Highway toll for the Yearl Unity came these recon to 132, compared with 124 on Mendi irions the same Day in 1959. 1. That a study made to world . And state news ties in adolescence is the in Ernest Schuepbach. 24, of determine the possibility of pages2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 ability to communicate with Madison was killed saturday setting up a youth Council adults that teen agers a when his car was involved in a comprised of teen agers which .Page 4 t an t confide in their parents she asserted that Miles an hour. A. Of of. Thou Ppd a Rivire Tho Ine in ii Nas to Lesi uni Jjo Menai Waim i in umut. Collision with a truck trailer would plan Community pro american heritage Page 17 this Independence and if no one afternoon. High today in tha said one of the major difficult Jug mothers both work. No one of elsewhere in w1sc0nsi the the child has to test out somewhat warmer monday cause so Many fathers and on foggy Highway 51 South of Grams for their age Levels. " " of Edison. I 2. That Mancial and moral editorial Page 161 sometimes Uey cant con turn o Page 4, col 1 30s

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