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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 03, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal time s vol. 30, no. 50.Racine, wis., sunday april 3, 1960 68 ?"5 ?"20 cents varied decisions confront Racine voters tuesday plane Down. Four of them were Racine voters will face a highways forestry work Aero in Good condition at a naval variety of decisions when they nautical projects and veterans to Hospital. Go to the polls tuesday to cast housing. The plane was manned by ballots in the state presidential the chief argument for ratify a weekend warriors of the plane crash kills 3 naval airmen Memphis a # a a Multi engine p2v Neptune naval patrol plane crashed and burned j saturday night when an in sine caught fire shortly after i Takeoff. Three men were killed. All seven crewmen Rode the Symington backers endorse Humphrey primaries on a statewide referendum and in the general municipal elections because of the spirited dem cratic primary contest sever a1 Ward races and a citywide school Board contest most observers expect a heavy turnout at the polls. Sens. John f. Kennedy of Massachusetts and Hubert h. Humphrey of Minnesota Are turn to Page 2, col. 7 naval Reserve. . Rejects new claim by Nikita on Berlin i Washington a it a the United states speedily rejected saturday night the claim of soviet premi envying for the state to 30 Dele Khrushchev that he could de-1 Gate votes in the National dem Prive the Western Powers of socratic convention in july. Their Berlin rights by making vice president Richard m. A separate peace treaty with Nixon is unopposed for state Bast Germany. Republican votes in the gop furthermore the state de biographies of candidates Page to. Convention. Delegates at Large apartment declared that the . A cannot consider any what the primary vote boils change in the status of West Down to is electing to Dele Berlin a which Wou a jeopardize Gates at Large and five Dele or endanger the Freedom and Gates from each congressional Security to of its two and one District. Each Delegate has one 9uarter million people half vote at the National con the statement was issued invention. Response to inquiries about the with Humphrey and Ken . Reaction to Khrushchev to Nedy conducting do or die Cam claim in Paris saturday pains in Wisconsin and Nixon ends French visit unopposed and quiet some of speaking at the Windup of servers expect a sizable num has French visit the soviet l a Quot j i a Ber of republicans to vote in Premier renewed his threat to of wat Al fac die contest. Sign a separate treaty with � � Mil i win Wisconsin move sets off Swift flare up in Wisconsin race Milwaukee. Wis. A it a it it a the Wisconsin Symington for president committee leaped into the democratic presi and sen. John f. Kennedy of Massachusetts. The Humphrey Camp Wasny to turning Down this suddenly acquired support. The chair dental primary Campaign sat Man of the Kennedy for presi Back Yards were flooded along the Fox River in Burlington. Details on Page 4. Urday on the Side of sen. Hubert h. Humphrey of Minnesota. A spokesman for the committee said sen. Stuart Symington of Missouri knew nothing about this Man Euver. But it sparked immediate repercussions in an already blazing Battle Between Humphrey snows carpet a by the associated i my heavy deposits of new Snow the democratic contest. I sign a separate treaty with has the nation to East Germany some time in Only primary where voters Are the future unless the Western free to vote in either party col Powers make agreements sat pushed by 40-mile-an-hour without disclosing their is factory to Russia on German winds brought added woes sat party affiliations. Issues including Berlin. Hear urday to sections of the storm state gop leaders worried Gued that such a treaty would beset Midwest already in the Over this possibility have invalidate the right of the grip of Spring floods urged state republicans to i Western Powers with respect heavy Snow s fell from East vote and 2 make sure it to for to Berlin. Tern Nebraska across North Nixon. A othere is no substance w est Iowa the Eastern Dakotas Racine elections whatsoever to the Contention and Western Minnesota result in the Racine municipal voiced by or. Khrushchev a to tag in hazardous conditions in elections there Are contests in said the statement issued Here those areas. Depths of new All even numbered w Ards for Khrushchev and French Snow measured up to 12 in City Council posts. In the 1st president de Gaulle ended cites in the Dakotas and up to Ward Georges e. Tabet who their pre Summit negotiations 6 inches in Minnesota was elected by the Council to still in conflict Over Germany Rains and melting Snow in fill a vacancy until the next regular election is unopposed. But in Accord that disarm other sections of the nation to ment a ois the most important heartland posed new threats there Are also races in the problem of our ?� to already flooded areas m 8th and 12th wards for super Issue communique eluding a number of other Riv visor. A communique issued by the ers a addition to the Missouri on the citywide level there two plus a news conference and Mississippi Are contests for two Board of by Khrushchev demonstrated he major storm that struck education posts and for con that although their discus the Central Plains thursday stable. City treasurer Colette Sions May have been amicable Vas weakening Over Northwest a Blessinger and Justice of deep differences still remain. La Waas r moved slowly North the peace John c. Ahlgrimm the two leaders agreed a fall eastward. Weather forecasters Are unopposed for re election the International questions in predicted the storm would blow the state referendum will suspense should be resolved self of saturday night of decide whether the state con not by the use of Force but by sunday Over the upper mis Stit ution should be amended peaceful ?� Sis Sippi River. To allow the state to finance Khrushchev expressed opt res Snow accompany port improvements. Dent club of Wisconsin. Mayor Ivan Nestingen of Madison rushed out a statement protesting that it is in a exceedingly poor ?� a a All out Effort a Oit is an open manifestation a Nestingen said a oof Tho All out Effort being made to beat sen. Kennedy in Wisconsin by candidates who have been unwilling to meet the people ?� that was an allusion of the fact that Symington an announced candidate failed to enter the Wisconsin primary. Symington in Akron Ohio said he was a aware that there is a Symington club there Wisconsin but i Haven to campaigned is Wisconsin and if such a club wants to support sen. Humphrey or sen. Kennedy ifs All right with me How much influence the Symington fans May have in the outcome of the primary election next tuesday is a debatable question. What the committee did was set up a 15-minute television photos of Sens. Humphrey and Kennedy courting Racine voters. Page la. Water soaked debris from the Gene Arne on carted away by Tom Fisher left and Rancson. Parkview originally prohibited the Constitution originally miss for the East West sum red by near freezing tempera Mit conference and implied turns and winds 30 to 40 Miles a that if Progress is made on Dis an hour blocked some roads prohibited All state expends armament he w Ould accept de and.,mad Highway travel gestures or participation in inter Lay in a German settlement. Orally difficult especially in the Nal improvement except those Khrushchev hinted that he Dakotas and. In financed solely from gifts or might like a succession of is Mullro Quick Summit talks taking up modes. Edinburg disarmament first at the big exase As High turn to Page 2, col. 4 Grants. It has since been amended to permit appropriations for As Nign winds and a hard rain raked the lower Rio spent Grande Valley. Show saturday with its chairman Robert Groenert As Moderator and five other members. They ail come out for Humphrey and urged other Symington rooters to come along. Humphrey to Campaign coordinator Gerald Heaney came through with a statement that offered no outright Welcome to the Symington supporters. A has earned support a of couple of weeks ago a he said a Many of the leading a a a. Supporters of Adlai Stevenson Johannesburg. South in Wisconsin announced their Africa a a Demontra support for Hubert Humphrey. By Bob Herman says mrs. Ralph Wolter 405 Ful that friends and relatives tons against South Africa to we now have some people dozen of Racine families Luedke ave a we. Leaving generous with help. White supremacy Rule rolled up to who state they May be for sen. Flood afflicted Racine families Roll up sleeves tackle damage South Africa snubs . Plea the first really Spring h use at Dawn thursday As �?ope0pje have really been saturday at Cape town and sym Norton at the convention mass vacation exodus army of Racine Danes to invade7 Homeland bicyclist to killed by Auto . C11nntr car of the Waters pushed farther into ,. ,. I ,. After announcing their support like sunny saturday after a a Borho it Al wonderful to help and to take Pearl. But police and military for sen noon scrubbing. ,. A a us in a mrs. Christensen said forces kept them from erupt the flooding Root River Cost to i. I she added that while away my into new violence. For sen. ?t a owe feel that on the basis of his record that Hubert a 10-year-old Racine area them hours of time and Trout a when a Quot a not backs to from the Home she thought it paying no heed to the . I Humphrey has earned the supple washing away the dirt and a would be far worse than it is. Security Council plea to aban port of the people of wisc on cleaning out the debris and next Una when sue re a damaged belongings left be turned Friday morning that the Hind by the receding Waters water had reached to the top other costs a measured in step of her basement stairs. As it is her basement has Don its segregation policy the to be washed up to the level of the windows. And there to boy was killed saturday after j0uars and cents for damaged her Washer and drier Are work of do now Rem Trou go noon when he was struck by furnaces appliances and fur a out ?� the fur e. An Auto Obue while Riding his not urea won to be known until Nace and other appliances in see also a othe changing face of Africa by j. D. Mcmurray Page 18. Dreams of visiting their the Racine contingent part bicycle on South Highway 32. The Bills come in. Homeland discussed Over a few 0f a gr0ud of 166 from the the boy was Thomas Barr glasses of Beer last year Lod map i w1, Ion of or. And mrs. William a lodges Midwest District we j. Barr of route 3, Racine. The the basement have been re l aundry which had been in will culminate next month in mass take off in two turn to Page 4, col. I _ vacation exodus to i arts us 1,1 la Gnu a Accident occurred about 3 40 Denmark by about 115 Mem bartered planes from Milkau p m. On Highway 32, about one Ber. Of the. Racine danish key May 29 and 4 one mile South of the Racine Keno but the biggest Shock of All paired. Other furnishings and items from the basement were dumped into her backyard and most will have to be hauled 34 freight cars the Christensen garage was government tightened military tomorrow. Brotherhood Lodge. Today Fuhing season opened Friday on the Brule Wisconsin to Best known Trout Stream rated As one of the top to in the nation. Journal a times and sunday bulletin outdoor writer Pat Dunn was there with camera and typewriter. See it in pictures and stories in today s sports Section. Group will stay for eight weeks Sha county line and the other for four. Kenosha county authorities once in a lifetime identified the Driver of the for Many Racine residents a to As Albert l. Garibay 27, the trip will be a once in a 1322 Buchanan St. Garibay lifetime experience. Was released after questioning Jens Engholt 1545 Arthur but Kenosha county Coroner ave., a member of the com Edward j. Wavro said he Mittee which is planning the turn to Page 2, col. 2 trip and president of the Racine Lodge Hasnett seen Denmark since he left in 1913. Mrs in this Section Engholt Hasnett seen her native land for 40 a cars a Oriel and state news Svend a. Nyboe 1215 Vir pages 2 3�?t 7 h Ginia St., and his brother Hans local 4, 8 2112 Newman rd., will arrive american 14 turn to Page 8, col i 18 civil rights debate in Congress. Lunch counter demonstrations in the South. Continuing ferment Over school integration. Behind today to headlines lie 300 years of negro history in America. That history helps explain news being made right now. The Story of those 300 years will be told in a four part series Quot the negro in America a beginning monday in the Racine journal times. Control under a state of emergency decree in major cities and ports. Meanwhile . Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold conferred with South Africa to a . Envoy in new York sat away. I but or a Lojsa a pile up in Florida everyone in the area and for n some the loss was even peat tort fierce Wasp worse Quot us faulty Axle sent 34 Florida East urday less than 24 hours after the losses in the neighbor coast Railroad freight cars off Jiju Hood Arentt covered by insure the track saturday into a spec Ere. A Zance there Hasnett been cover tabular pile up. No one was 1cm. Ace for flood damage. ,. J what resulted from the con one Long time resident of it damage May appr0ach frence was not Clear the area mrs. Oscar Christen 51 million. Sin. If he receives that support in my opinion he will go on to win the democratic nomination in los ?� the Minnesota senator predicted the Wisconsin primary will hold a big unpleasant sur turn to Page 2, col. I Racine area weather Sunda car april 3, Ino partly Cloudy and continued seasonably Cool today through monday. High today upper 30s and Low tonight Low 30s. West to Northwest winds 12 to 20 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in Wisconsin Bernardus g. Fourie South partly Cloudy North becom sen 440 Park View said there c. T. Clark maintenance african permanent represent ing partly Cloudy South Sun has been nothing like it since superintendent gave the Tenta five paid a Short Call on Ham Day. Occasional Light rain or she moved there in 1932. Tive damage estimate. He said Harskjold at the latter to re Snow North portion in morn a othere have been a few one carts Axle failed. The 104 quest. Hammarskjold declined eng. Cooler Southeast and flooded basements not ours car refrigerated train was Laden to say what they discussed. 1 East Central portions today. And the River in the Yard. But with fresh vegetables in route several thousand South monday partly Cloudy not that to ?� to fort Pierce from Everglades african negroes streamed out so Cool North and West por i most in the area were grate truck farms. I turn to Page a 2, col. 3 1 tons

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