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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 29, 1959, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 30, no. 32. . Gis join in turning Back Panama rioters Panama up panamanian and . Army troops joined forces and staved off a menacing mob of anti american demonstrators seeking to March on the canal zone saturday night. Thwarted bands then turned Back to spread mob Rule within this capital. Gringo go Home the demonstrators cried at the Boundary. They burned Uncle Sam in effigy and stoned american soldiers. Tear Gas and fire hoses were brought into play at one Point on the Broad fourth of july Avenue which Marks the line Between Panama and the .-run canal zone. Mostly youths the Gas and water beat Back n crowd of about 300 demonstrators mostly youths trying to Plant a panamanian Flag in the canal zone on this 136th anniversary of the country s Independence from Spain. Eyewitnesses said the tear Gas was fired by panamanian troops National guardsmen who serve As police As Well As soldiers while americans manned the fire hoses. This account was challenged at Headquarters of the National guard sensitive to political implications of panamanian nationalist claims to sovereignty Over the one. Authorities there said their men did not fire the tear g is that americans did. Mounted men of Panama s 200-Man National guard detail drove attackers Down business streets of Panama City. Violence erupts then violence broke out on Central Avenue the main thoroughfare. This a War Rholo two 35,000-cubic-foot Gas balloon carrying men in a Wicker Rose from the ground near Good in colo., saturday but returned to Earth before setting a new endurance record. / balloon try fails Venus Crew still up new snows carpet great lakes area Road death toll is climbing at an-hour rate a by the associated Ptah weekend traffic plagued by scattered Snow and ice from the Midwest to new England pushed the thanksgiving Holiday Highway death toll upward at a steady clip saturday. The toll mounted at the rate of 4 deaths an hour maintaining a Pace which started late Friday. At Midnight. 301 had died in traffic accidents 39 in fires and 85 from miscellaneous causes a total of 425. Wisconsin victim the latest Wisconsin traffic casualty was Donald c. Seielstad 34, la Crosse who was killed saturday night when his Auto went out of control on the outskirts of la Crosse and crashed into a Ravine. Wisconsin s Highway traffic toll now stands at 741, compared to 740 on this Day a year ago. Bad driving weather Snow sleet and patches of freezing drizzle put travel on Slippery footing from the upper Mississippi Valley into Northern new by the hem on the scheduled 24-Hourengland-Mountain downdrafts and flight a powerful Telescope to1 recent Survey mile High air returned two bal View and photograph the an associated press Survey windows were broken in the,00" 5 t eartl1i near Denver planet s atmosphere f r o in of a recent weekend period adjoining building of the Chase late saturday 80 Miles and about 81,000 feet. Manhattan rank. " about seven hours after taking two big windows of the All of.,. American cables office were mean who e two o her bal smashed Loo lists aloft to study the. ,.i planet Venus drifted Over be passing vehicles were Braska at nearly 80i000 feet stoned sealed in a Gondola. Two radio patrol cars a i Rived on the scene and waved the rioters away. Farther Down try look today similar to the current Holiday from 6 . Wednesday to the Block a Large and shouted. 81,000 feet Veteran Navy balloon Navy tracking Crews follow sunday Midnight showed 433 my the balloon said the Trajeco Highway deaths. 49 in fires and tory apparently would carry 100 from miscellaneous Acci the big plastic bag to the Louis to. Area. Earlier it was the National safety Council thought the balloon would land which docs not make a fore near Lafavette ind. But North cast of thanksgiving weekend Pilot Erly winds altered the course. For Viva Russia the March on the canal one was launched by a group of about 300 who carried placards declaring Down with imperialistic some cried Viva i the panamanian guardsmen afoot and mounted patrolled the Boundary. About 20 paces behind them american soldiers Strung out across inter roup milled cmdr. Malcolm Koss and r0ss and Moore hoped f,., Jcharles b. Moore Cambridge. A Clear look at Venus after Sun mass scientist carried with traffic deaths estimates that 470 persons would be killed in1 Council of s Chimney repair Rise when the morning Star will be at its brightest. The unsuccessful balloonist were Francis Shields 38, Green Ridge pa., and Peter Anco us Pellogrino 43, Newton , during a non Holiday four Day weekend at this time of year. During last year s thanksgiving weekend 454 persons of died on highways. 54 in fires in miscellaneous a a $9,400 emergency approx ered by stones stood their ground without responding. Headquarters of the . Caribbean command declared they were not Hurt when their the record for a four Day government surplus balloon Holiday death toll was Stab and the Basket in which they wished Over Christmas 1956, were borne wallowed to Earth when 884 persons died 707 of. Or on open Colorado Range land. Them in vehicular traffic to permit a 100-foot they had hoped to better the dents High refuse incinerator chm and 46j Vulcan erupts again. Jimh ,.-, ii a , Honolulu Kilauea ing saturday morning by the h Jed o break he a or trs rec. Iri Volcano on the big Island City Council. Ord of 61 hours and 30 minutes of Hawaii erupted again Satur mayor Jack h. Humble told ,., a. Us journal Tolmei photo an Inch of new Snow saturday was a Boon to Racine youngsters winding up their thanksgiving vacation. Since the four Day Holiday began 2l\ inches of Snow have fallen and sleds in most households already have received a Good workout. This scene typical of hillsides activities during the Holiday was at Mckinley school. Sections with Rifle at the ready Ney to be refined with fire Brick us Mark a 2hour and 4,fal the american soldiers show was approved at a special meet j11"1111 by. ,5l, Al. A. ,Loo lists in 1927. They also had woman admits slaying husband and 2 children Belton to. Inch fall puts Glaze on some Racine roads new storms dumped Snow Over Racine and throughout the frigid great lakes Region saturday. The Inch of Snow which fell melted by an afternoon Sun and heavy Holiday shopping traffic in the City became a Hazard to automobiles late saturday when temperatures began to drop coating Road ways with ice. Less travelled country highways and Many City streets were reported Slippery in spots. Sanders were operating through the Day in the county. Cuts visibility Racine although showered with a heavy snowfall for a Brief time escaped the ankle deep Snow which struck the Chicago area and put traffic on a treacherous surface. The snowfall Cut visibility during the afternoon so much that operations were suspended for 90 minutes at o Hare Airport near Chicago s Northwest fringe. Roads throughout Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin were Slick in the Wake of the Snow. Temperatures were in the 20s. The official High for Racine was 27, but the Mercury had dipped More than 12 degrees by Midnight and was expected to drop to 10 degrees by morning. Other parts of the country suffered with weather problems. Rains threaten floods heavy Rains raised flood threats in new England. A Long dry spell brought prayers for rain in arid California. Warnings of freezing weather were issued for Northern Florida. Snow piled up to 5 to 8 inches in Northwestern Pennsylvania and 2 to 3 inches in the southwestern part of the state. A championship High school football game was postponed in Pittsburgh. A Inch snowfall in to turn to Page 8, col. 7 Panama City and its environs was needed to gain Quick a a a off limits for . Military per Tion before a Pittsburgh firm sonnet and their families. The which is to do lie work Dis canal zone government asked assembles its Crew civilian employees and their the firm at present is at families to stay out of the City. W0lk on a $3,600 contract for repairs on the Chimney. But department of Public works commissioner Henry a. Nelson said an inspection by City officials and representatives of the firm showed that deter Ora Louisville found Moore s body in one bedroom. Bodies of the children Linda 5, and David 3, were in another bedroom. Police chief Michael Gephart at grand Island quoted mrs. Betty Moore 29, As saying she shot the three while they slept Friday night. She gave no reason. Mrs her husband. The weapon was bought Fri. V a 1c Day at a sporting goods Louisiana truths 13 near Belton. Alexandria la. A Moore was employed at a two 15.ycaf.oid youths Buffo filling station at the South cd saturday when of Kansas City. Belton is about 15 Miles South of Kansas City a to. No sign of survivors near debris of vessel Bing s son Philip to be a father again a Lief Ouray Houston in the coast guard saturday found the wreckage of the National Pride Moore said she packed an ammunition ship with a Crew of 10 or 11 men 61 Miles South Southeast from Galveston. Air and sea Rescue workers found no indication of survivors. Pittsburgh4m Philip officials of National boat Crosby in Pittsburgh with his corp. Of Houston began notify three Brothers on a singing ening the crewmen s next of Kin gag ement announced saturday that an overturned vessel that he and his wife the former found in the Gulf of Mexico Sandra Dummond Are expect late Friday had been identified ing their second baby in july positively As the National Pride. Philip a son of Bing said he the officials declined to re received the news from his lease names of the crewmen wife during a Telephone con but said Over half resided in versa Ion with her from their the Houston area. California Home. The 135-Fpot nac Douai Pride had left port Clouston wednesday. The wreckage first was spotted Friday afternoon. A coast guard spokesman at Corpus Christl said the Hull was intact but debris of lumber Hatch covers and miscellaneous objects covered a two mile area. There was no indication of an explosion he said. The National Pride left port Houston wednesday with 460 tons of obsolete ammunition to be dumped into the Gulf. The National Pride had been scheduled to return to the army s san Jacinto ordnance depot on the Houston ship Channel thursday night. Cave collapsed and covered them with Stone and Sand. They were digging the Cave at a gravel pit. Deputies attempted resuscitation but were unable to save Ronald Monk and Murphy Roberts or. The Cave was about 25 feet deep into the Side of the gravel pit. It was wide enough to stand in the first six feet. Racine area weather sunday nov. 29, 1im partly Cloudy and warmer today and monday. High today mid 30s and Low tonight about 20. Wind becoming southwesterly 5 to 12 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in Wisconsin partly Cloudy today and monday. Warmer today and in Southeast portion monday., High today 28 to h

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