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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Sti Switij the Racine journal time vol. 31, no. 35., Racine wis., sunday december 18, 1960 80 ?"5 ?"20 cents 17 Hurt in blast of freight cars evacuate town Benton Ark. A it a it it a the Village of Traskwood was evacuated saturday after a shattering explosion of a derailed freight car injured 17 persons. The blast broke windows for Miles around and started a fire in other derailed cars some containing explosive materials property damage in Trask. Wood a Community of 200. Seven Miles South of Benton was heavy. Several houses were wrecked. Bits of Metal showered Over a half mile from the train. The derailment scene was a Quarter mile North of the town. Only five persons were hospitalized. None was believed seriously Hurt. Most of the injuries resulted from flying Glass and debris. Residents were moved out of a two mile Square area As a precautionary measure. A foam truck from the lit tie Rock fire department went Rochester. Mem. Jacobsen mfg. Co. To the scene but did not go into. J it ,. _ action immediately first be , an operation. He was president of the a James s. Allan fear ice Jam to cause flood Durand wis. A ply a weather Bureau advisory said late saturday that an ice Jam on the Chippewa River South of Here was expected to bring the River a foot above flood stage at Durand in Pepin county by today. The Chippewa joins the Mississippi River near Wabasha Minn. The River stage near noon saturday was 9.0 feet a Rise of nearly five feet in 24 hours. Flood stage is 11 feet. Residents were advised to take necessary precautions until the Jam weakens. Air crash survivor Dies new York a Cpin Stephen Baltz 11-year-old Lone survivor of the double plane crash Over new York Friday died saturday of his injuries. Methodist Hospital said the main cause of his death was extensive flame damage in his lungs. Burns and contusions contributed but the Hospital said they could not combat the damage to the lungs. Stephen to death brought the collision toll to 136 persons. All passengers and Crews of the United air lines plane and the Twa super Constellation which collided were killed eight persons on the ground where the United plane crashed in Brooklyn also were killed. Parents on hand Hope had been expressed earlier that Stephen could survive. Fie was the son of or. And mrs. William Baltz of Wilmette Iii. They were at the Hospital when he died. History to worst air disaster took on an added note of Heartbreak saturday As investigators began a sweeping Hunt for the elusive error or malfunction a that caused the two planes to collide in the air. Only a few fragmentary hints emerged. These inklings of what happened were indicated one plane was being watched on radar. The other apparently was not. One must have been off course. Were Landing both planes were descending for a Landing when their paths inextricably crossed. A top Federal aviation official said that under such circumstances a oif both planes were under positive control at the time. One was off ?� Phillip Goldstein chief of the investigating division of the civil aeronautics Board also said the Twa plane was being traced at the time on radar Scopes at la Guardia Field its destination. Most extensive As for the Jet. Idlewild Field to Miles away he said a of done to believe that the United air lines plane had turn to Page 2, col. I Stephen Baltz James s. Allan Dies headed Walker mfg. Co. James s. Allan 72, former Vincennes Circle was a i president and chairman of the rect6r of the first National Board of Walker mfg. Co., died Bank amp Trust co. And of the. Blames Russ for Laos warfare Allan cause of the danger of another explosion and later because toxic gases began to spread from the fire. One of the burning cars confined ammonium nitrate a highly explosive material and two others were loaded with Drums of fuel Oil. T. Railroad officials believed the exploded car carried ammonium nitrate. The blast broke windows in Pittsburgh who lived at 312 n. Cine manufacturer to Assn. Three times from 1946-48. Allan was also Active in Racine sports promotion and had been president of the Horlick Racine soccer club and of the Racine baseball Assn which operated a team in the Midwest league in the 1920s. Chairman in 1955 Allan had also been president of the Wisconsin soccer i i a Small Assn., business manager of the Airliner guides Small plane to Safe Landing also demands Kremlin free 2 yank airmen Washington a Uri a the Malvern and Benton and was re a a on Jit and hampered Racine Begiev Bascin team in states blamed the soviet Felt As far away As Bine Bluff. Sub freezing tem-1925 and a director of the a a Quot a it it a a it a a partners sat 45 Miles East it made a Crater do Safe Cine Belles girls team in the Quot Why or the fratricidal War in too feet wide 150 feet Long i Matui Eai g nun Laos. It condemned As illegal to saturday by a trans world Linos. B1. N of he was president and Gen russian delivers of arms to eral manager of Walker for laotian rebel forces. In the second part of a one and 75 feet deep. A Missouri Pacific officials said airlines Constellation. None of the six crewmen were airline capt. Rex Harrison injured. Located Che Small Craft 40 Miles a � from Pittsburgh and escorted it to the Allegheny county air manager turn to Page 8, col. 4 report u2 Pilot makes envelopes two punch Man Euver the United states also demanded anew the prompt release of two . Airmen held in the soviet Union on espionage charges since their rb47 aircraft was shot Down Over the Barents find missing plane port. I c t a b 1 the smaller Craft piloted by is Bdl in Brazil or Jack Steele of Dayton then de Janeiro. Brazil Quot _ i Pound. Orthe Judi Fri a brazilian National air Jet Nvvf refs father of imprisoned i 2 Pilot lines acc Popr none with 13 Francis Gary Powers says his a he two men Are apr free persons aboard missing since no Snowbank son a spending his Day in Quot a. Olmsted of Elmira. Thursday has been found Safe Boston a a an Ameri Russia making envelopes. Tanea Noxie ran in the brazilian backhands the can airlines 707 Jet swerved the cider Powers said the 1 tel i c us air Force reported saturday into a Snowbank at Logan in former $2,500-a-month Pilot for it said the plane had engine to National Airport saturday the Central intelligence Agency . And John k. Mckone of the us. Charged soon aft the incident that soviet a pro Western Soldier manned a machine gun atop a tank As rightist troops entered Tao Vientiane while driving leftists from the capital of Laos. Ii Sam inc plane Nau engine Xinau Jiuu in Iii Jai Jiuu is. Fighter aircraft had Deh Herat trouble after taking off from after Landing on a flight from is employed making envelopes h. A the r re 0nn\,s. Porto Nacional in Goias state. Los Angeles. None of the 103�?tin a prison at Vladimir Quot not persons aboard was injured. Too near Moscow a 1 turn to Page 2, col. 4 but that no one was Hurt. Haile Selassie returns in Triumph to capital Good Fellers ally saturday was Good Fellers dinner Day at Dania Hall and Many sports celebrities were on hand. Among them was Jesse Owens left sitting one of the world to All time great track stars. Sitting with him is it. Cmdr. E. C. Hairy. Stand ing left to right Are h. M. Carlson r. G. Wilson a. R. Sellmeyer r. G. Cordry and l. P. Mccabe. I he Navy unit annually helps prepare toys for Good Fellers distribution. More photos Story in sports Section. A a Mutl tube Pototo packers win Western conference National league title re in Sot finn Dag denounces soviets for role i in Congo crisis United nations . A it it a . Dag Hammar skjold charged saturday night that the soviet bloc is carrying on a continuing Campaign of misrepresentation against the . Congo operation in an Effort to Force his resignation. The Secretary general was obviously angered by weeks of soviet bloc attacks. He spoke to the general Assembly after the us. Delegate James j. Wadsworth said the soviet Union a wants civil War in the Congo in order to promote its own evil ?� Hammarskjold broke into the Assembly to debate on the situation in the Congo a put on the Agenda by the soviet Union a to say the real Issue a might better have been called the situation in the United ?� a owe Are facing a great threat to this organization a he said. A of consistent Effort has been made in order to create conditions for a drastic change in i the administrative Structure of London apr emperor Haile Selassie returned triumphantly to Addis Ababa this organization and for that tis capital saturday. Leaders of the abortive Palace revolt in Ethiopia were reported reason to corrode whatever o have fled before his arrival. Some May have committed suicide. Confidence Jay i main in tile reports that the rebellion had ended in bloody failure poured out of Addis Ababa Hammarskjold in a reference the City was reported rapidly returning to Normal. To soviet Premier Nikita diplomats in London also heard that four ministers who served the 68-year-old Khrushchev said a of certain Quot conquering lion of Judah were shot As hostages Friday is he landed in Asmara 400 Miles North of the capital and began to make his Way Back Home. He had rushed Back from a state visit to Brazil when the revolt broke out ?, View. T ,. A a. Wednesday. Killed and six persons were in of 1925 St. Rita to Road and his in the limitations set by in slain officials Jared in four traffic accidents wife Myrtle 47, and son a c ult t a. I Simi urns o the slain officials were said saturday afternoon and night. James Good 16, were injured a hts Austin it an ii to have been the ministers of Lavern Durst 41. Of route when their car struck a Utility councl1 defense and Commerce the act i. Union Grove was killed pole at St. Patrick Ami boreal the Secretary Genera said int foreign minister and the when the car he was driving Sis. The Intuit nations should use Deputy minister of inform missed a curve on Highway k Hemberger the Driver who to influence in me Congo to Tion. The minister of health a mile West of interstate 94 police said was showing his &01 armament re convened was reported missing and the and rolled Over saturday night son How Power steering worked the. Array reduced to its constr ministers of Public works and his six months pregnant when he lost control of the car tut ional role and a legitimate finance fled the City when the wife Lavonne 27, a Passen suffered a Chin Cut but was 8 0 v e r n 111 e no s it it a revolt broke out. Are was reported in Good con not hospitalized As for the rebels diplomatic Dot on with a let Lut Al St condition Good sources in London reported Luke s Hospital. The boy was reported in that the ringleader Gen. Mulu a Sei und passenger upr0q j conc Ilion with face cuts Geta bulb and his commission Parker 53, also of route at go Mary to Hospital and or of police were dead and pre Union Grove was shaken up mrs Semberger was treated sued suicides. The rebel pre hut not Quot or it accordin8 to for face cuts and released. Turn to Page 2, col. 5 the sheriff s department. Lather saturday afternoon Al t2 turn to Page 8, col. 4 in this Section Hie fatality a hts Cine county toll for i960 to world . And state news 42, double the number at the members of pages 2, 4, to 14, 15, 16 same time last year. This i m Al news Page 8 year s traffic toll is two Short pre. Elect John Kennedy elsewhere in Wisconsin of the county record set in Cabinet now All selected Are partly Cloudy today and editorial Page 22 j 955t when 44 perished. J listed on Page 16. Tonight with a few Snow Lur american heritage Page 3 in an Accident saturday att tics extreme North Poilu monday partly Cloudy. No important changes in temperatures High today 24 to 32. Low tonight 0 to 5 below North 0 to 12 above South the in kit la a 94 j4il Rural Union Grove Man killed in county crash � Iii Wei Iii Hammarskjold sad be had a Union Grove area Man was Vernoon Victor Hemberger 38, don0 As nun h As he a. Mild w us killed and six persons were in of 1925 St. Rita s Road and his no Mua, set party asked him to resign months ago a oin a chivalrous ?� he had refused to do this he said and now an Effort to Force his resignation was being made a oin an a chivalrous ?� Racine area weather partly Cloudy through monday with Little change in temperature. High today near 30. Low tonight 8 to 12. West to Northwest winds 12 to 20 Miles an hour today

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