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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 27, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Man the Racine journal times vol. 30, no. 49. Racine wis., sunday March 27, 1960 68 pages-5 sections-20 cents South Africa delays meeting . Council a War Cholo Macmillan right was Grec tied by Herter on arrival. Macmillon Ike to discuss Berlin disarm policies Washington a -1 problems which Are of such prime minister Macmillan a importance to the peace and Rived late saturday for talks Security of the with president Eisenhower prior to his meeting with aimed at producing a United Eisenhower the White House British american front in critical nuclear test negotiations with Russia at Geneva. Camp David Parley a joint decision is needed on the next Western move in the negotiations the British prime minister said in an a announced Macmillan will meet with Herter at the British embassy monday morning. Both men will have their experts on nuclear policy with them and May be Able to Lay the basis at that time for Quick agreement at Camp David on rival statement at Andrews their next Geneva proposal. Air Force base and it therefore seems a Good idea to take it what happens in these negotiations at Geneva he soviet proposition their problem is How to reply to a russian proposition of last saturday. The russians offered to accept a plan for United nations n. Y. I South Africa saturday got the . Security Council to postpone for 24 hours an urgent meeting on this South african race trouble. South Africa is fighting to keep the Council from taking up the question raised by 29 countries of Africa and Asia. . Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge president of the Council this month postponed the meeting from tuesday to wednesday morning with the consent of the other 10 members. He did so at the request of h. P. Martin South Africa s acting permanent . Representative. Martin had written Lodge to ask that the Council hear South Africa in its discussion of whether to put the subject on its Agenda. Protest to . The South african delegation disclosed meanwhile that mar tin made a Strong Oral protest to Lodge Friday night against the setting up of the meeting. Martin said the question was a Domestic matter outside the . S jurisdiction. A spokesman said Fourie would take this line before the Council. South Africa s Washington ambassador w. C. Duplessis made a similar protest to Secretary of state Herter saturday. Lodge called the meeting Friday after getting a request Fromi 28 african and asian countries that the Council consider the situation arising out of the Large scale killings of negro demonstrators by White South african police. Laos joined in the request making it unanimous from the 29-nation asian a african group. Not on Council South Africa is not on the step up Campaign against Dixie Bias joke phone Call halt air flight new York _ a a War photo taken for a ride racing Driver Fred spruss of Pought Cessle n.y., was Flung wildly around the inside of his sports car and the top was ripped off the car As it turned Over three times in a race at Sebring Fla. Spross was unhurt but in another Accident a Driver and a news photographer were killed. See Page i of sports Section for picture and Story. Girl chosen As Junior m declared May affect in a limited treaty prohibiting deed must affect the whole nuclear weapons testing if the future of Mankind on Macmillan and Eisenhower will begin two or three Days of talks at Camp David md., Western Powers would agree also to an informal moratorium of indefinite duration on Small underground explosions monday afternoon. The prime which would be excluded from minister is expected to urge the president to make an All out Effort during his remaining months in office to reach some Accord with the soviet Union on ways of easing the continuing dispute Over Berlin and on initial disarmament Steps. Macmillan s Airport statement emphasized that he sees the negotiations with Russia for a nuclear test ban As a possible first step toward ending the atomic arms race and achieving global disarmament agreements. Macmillan was met by Secretary of state Herter and other state department and British embassy officials. We Are glad to have you with us Herter told Macmillan As a brisk Spring wind nipped their ears and we Are looking Forward to exchanging views with you on the Council but the . Charter mysterious Telephone Call and provides that the Council May a plane passenger s apparently hear non members on questions unrelated joke combined Satin which their interests Are urday to turn Back a Florida specially bound plane and give one of seven votes Are needed to its passengers a rough Day. Put anything on the Council Agenda. Before South Africa made its bid diplomats generally figured seven or eight the Telephone caller asked an Idlewild Airport ticket Mobile Ala. Up / Blue eyed girl from West Haven Conn., Maureen Sullivan was selected saturday night As the i960 America s Junior this March May be coldest on record Reen leu lathe Thirl Spring recoils in Racine not Only is Spring dallying agent in muffled tones if flight a ing jt., appearance it s 611 had left and told that it the treaty because they Are hard to detect. Macmillan is reported to favor a conditional acceptance of the soviet offer in the Hope that this would Lead to a test ban agreement. Early this week Eisenhower was under Strong pressures to rebut the soviet offer. Votes were available for the had asked do you know How proposed item. Much i would get Back on a South Africa backed Down on $75,000 insurance policy 2 die in crash of Navy bomber Harrington Wash. Up the Tail Section of Navy Jet attack bomber came off at 35,000 feet saturday. The plane crashed kill Littig two of it three crewmen. Dead Are cmdr. Charles s. Porter 41, Oak Harbor Wash., and technician Steward e. Jackson 24, Denton Texas. Elyott j. Fenwick 34, Oak Harbor an aviation control technician 2/c. Parachuted. The a3d sky Warrior twin Jet waa flying from Seattle to 8pokan� on a simulated bomb ing attack. In his Sermon world . And state news pages 2, 3, 8, 10, 11, 12 local news. Page 6 american heritage Page 20 18 Otto b. Rode its requirements that negroes must carry passbook and show turn to Page 2, col. 5 marquee Dean Dies in Chicago Chicago up or. Oswald m. Dresen 60, Dean of the Marquette University school of dentistry since 1948, collapsed and died in his room in a hotel saturday. Or. Dresen had been attending a weekend meeting of the trustees of the american dental Assn. A native of Sauk City wis., he graduated from the Marquette dentistry school in 1924 and joined the faculty the same year. He was a past president of the National Academy of dental prosthetics the Wisconsin state dental society and the Milwaukee county dental society. Even beating a full scale Retreat. March the Herald of Spring May go into the record books As Racine s coldest month of the Winter season. And it could be the coldest March in Racine weather record history. 22.6 average during the first 25 Days of about the same time aboard flight 611, a stewardess asked Richard Casher 27, of White Plains n.y., if he would take a piece of Luggage Down from a rack. Do you think i d better griped Casher. There s a bomb in it was the Anonymous Call lows averaged 22.6 degrees. Of a year ago and that was colder than Normal. And a year ago the coldest it got during March was 12 degrees. But the temperature has dropped below that Point 11 times this month. The 22.6 average so far this month is More than 3 degrees colder than it was in february and nearly 314 degrees colder than in january. Winter in Racine waited in annual pageant. Miss Sullivan one of five 17-year-old girls who made the finals was crowned by last year s Champion jul Humphrey of Lewistown Penn. The first Winner Phyllis Ann Whitenack of Bluefield, also was on stage. Miss Sullivan a 5-6 Brown haired Beauty with 35-24-36 proportions won a $5,000 scholarship. She Hopes to at the month the daily highs and l a of Zero tend Southern Conn. State electrical inspector 30 years Otto b. Rode Dies at Wood funeral services will be held at 2 . Tuesday for Otto b. Rode 65, Racine s first full time City electrical inspector who died Friday in veterans administration Hospital Wood wis. Rode was taken ill several months ago but returned to his City Hall office and worked up until about weeks ago when he entered the Hospital. Saw improvements in Rode s 30 years As City electrical inspector he saw the development of the police radio system several revisions and improvements in the regulations governing electrical installations and the installation of the first City traffic lights. Rode Wasj Bora in Racine on r Jan. 21, 1895, and attended Racine schools. Before being named City electrical inspector Rode had worked for a private electrical contractor. Served in . I during world War i Rode served overseas with the army in France. He was a member of the american legion Post 76, the veterans of foreign wars Post 1391 and the disabled american veterans. Surviving Are his wife Flora and a son Charles. The Rev. Ernest j. C. Jehn will officiate at the services to be held at 2 . Tuesday in Trinity lutheran Church 2034 that brought the Northeast Airliner Back to Idlewild 39 minutes after take off time for a thorough search of the Pianet s and passengers Luggage. But when police heard from the stewardess about Casher s remark the Telephone was nearly forgotten. I was Only kidding said Casher. Please accept my but police and Airport authorities who have checked out endless bomb hoaxes were not amused. While his plane took off again Casher and his wife were taken to a police station questioned for hours by police and the Fri then finally released. It was the second such Case Here in a week and Casher could consider himself Lucky. Alfred f. Scott of King s Park n.y., who told an Airport clerk there was nothing in his suitcase but a bomb must appear in magistrate s court monday morning for a hearing on a charge of i s orderly conduct. That s 11.8 degrees colder than Normal for March. That As a matter of fact 2 degrees colder than is Normal for january. Situation a year ago Racine s High this month was 42 degrees on March 19. That Reading was reached and cleared eight times in March a wedding night in separate cells baby suffocates from plastic bog Wisconsin rapids a 16-months-old Giri suffocated in her crib saturday when she apparently pulled a plastic laundry bag Over her face. Tars. Fred Sheffer said she put her daughter Linda in her st. Louis newly weds Harold and Jacqueline Lesley joined in Matrimony Friday spent their wedding night in separate jail cells at a District station. Mother a in Law trouble they told police who were summoned to investigate a fight almost before the Ink dried on the marriage License. When officers arrived at the honeymoon apartment they found the Bride and bridegroom shouting and screaming at each other. They Cross charged one another with peace disturbance. Both were released saturday on Bonds signed by a Friend. They face a police court appearance monday. Lesley is a 21-year-old waiter his Bride a 19-year-old waitress. Readings. That Mark was hit three times during the first Days of this month. College in preparation for a career of teaching mentally retarded children. Marquette st. Burial will be in i her with the hag covering her Mound cemetery Fuca Soma three hours later Painter Dies Mexico City a crib around 2 . And found mexican Painter Francisco Goitia 76, died of pneumonia saturday at to Chimilio. Negroes Whites demonstrate in Ortli and Softli by tha aaa related presi major negro demonstrations in Virginia and the picketing of a Barber shop in the North highlighted the spread of sit Downs and sympathy protests across the nation saturday. The stepped up anti segregation Campaign led several southerners to charge outside agitators were to blame for some of the unrest negroes and White persons marched in front of 17 variety stores in los Angeles in support of lunch counter sit Downs in the South. The stores picketed do not practice segregation. In Virginia sit Downs and sympathy picketing occurred in Hampton Richmond Norfolk and Suffolk. Sits ins were staged at Richmond and Norfolk and picketing continued in front of a Suffolk drug store. 500 Parade More than 500 Hampton in Sli Lute students paraded through downtown Hampton va., protesting against segregated food service. Stores were picketed and sit Down demonstrations staged in Hampton and adjoining Newport news. At least three White restaurants were visited by negro couples. They were refused service however and left quietly. Extra officers some Reading police dogs patrolled Nev port news. No incidents were reported in either Virginia City. Picketing took a new turn in the North when negro and White students from Pennsylvania state University paraded outside a Barber shop at state College a. Demonstrators said they planned to picket any Barber shop that turned a negro away. Picket variety stores students of both races also picketed variety stores in new York City after an outdoor rally supporting integration of arts of Southern negroes. A White College president or. Buell Gallagher of City col Ege Jackie Robinson negro sex baseball Star and Bernard Lee who was expelled from Alabama state College for taking part in demonstrations were among the speakers. In addition sit Downs or picketing occurred in a number of other cities including Marshall Texas Chariton w. Va., Iowa City Iowa Winston Salem. N. A Atlanta and Savannah a. And Albany n. Y. Special prayers were planned n Atlanta area synagogues and churches urging better understanding of the racial situation. Circulars were distributed in the Georgia capital calling on turn to Page 2, col. 1 a were photo wrong names for 11 years these Iden tical twin daughters 11, of or. And mrs. James met calf of Arlington Texas have been called by the wrong Nanies All their lives. Footprint impressions made by policeman Jack Green indicated that Janis left u really Joyce an vice versa. Racine area weather sunday March 37. 1900 partly Cloudy and warmer today. Monday Cloudy with some Light rain Likely by monday night. High today near 40 and Low tonight near 30. Southwesterly winds 15 to 20 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in Wisconsin partly Cloudy somewhat warmer in Central and South portion and Cloudy and turning colder with Chance of a Little Light Snow extreme North portion today. Monday Cloudy with some rain South and rain or Snow North High today in the 30s extreme n the to Low 40b in Soull 9105

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