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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 27, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 30, no. 49. Racine wis., sunday March 27, 1960 68 ?"5 ?"20 cents South Africa delays meeting of . Council United nations n. A a a 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. Us. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge president of the Council this month postponed the meeting from tuesday to wednesday morning with the consent of the other to members. He did so the request of h. P. Martin South Africa to 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 Martin 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 its jurisdiction. A spokesman said Fourie would take this line before the Council. South Africa to Washington ambassador. W. C. Duplessis made a similar protest Washington a &.-?�?� a problems which Are of such to Secretary of state Herter prime minister Macmillan a importance to the peace and saturday. Rived late saturday for talks Security of the ?� Lodge called the meeting Fri with president Eisenhower prior to his meeting with Day after gating a request from aimed producing a United Eisenhower the Whitehouse 28 african and asian countries British american front in critic announced Macmillan will that the Council consider a a the Cal nuclear test negotiations meet with Herter the Brit situation arising out of the Large scale killings of negro step up Campaign against Dixie Bias map wire photo Macmillan right was greeted by Herter on arrival. Macmillan Ike to discuss Berlin disarm policies with Russia Geneva. Camp David Parley joke phone Call halt air flight ish embassy monday morning. Both men will have their sex demonstrators by White South a a joint decision is needed nets on nuclear policy with african police. Laos joined in on tile next Western move them and May be Able to Lay the request making Una Nim in the negotiations the British the basis that time for Quick Otis from the 29-nation asian prime minister said in an a agreement Camp David on african group rival statement Andrews their next Geneva proposal. I not on Council air Force base and a Oit there soviet proposition South Africa is not on the new York a Pic a fore seems a Good idea to take their problem is How to re Council but the . Charter mysterious Telephone Call and jointly. Ply to a russian proposition provides that the Council May a plane passenger to apparently a what happens in these be of last saturday. The russians hear non members on questions unrelated joke combined sat got nations Geneva a he offered to accept a plan for in which their interests Are urday to turn Back a Florida declared a Omay affect a in a limited treaty prohibiting a especially ?� bound plane and give one of deed must affect the whole nuclear weapons testing if the seven votes Are needed to its passengers a rough Day. Future of Mankind on ?� Western Powers would agree put anything on the Council the Telephone caller asked Macmillan and Eisenhower also to an informal Moratorio Agenda. Before South Africa an Idlewild Airport ticket will begin two or three Davs uni of indefinite duration on made its bid diplomats Gener agent in muffled tones if flight of talks Camp David md., Small underground explosions ally figured seven or eight 611 had left and. Told that monday afternoon. The prime which would be excluded from votes were available for the had. Asked a Odo you know How minister is expected to urge the treaty because they Are proposed item. Much i would get Back on a the president to make an All hard to detect. South Africa backed Down on $75,000 insurance policy a out Effort during his remaining Macmillan is reported to its requirements that negroes months in office to reach some favor a conditional acceptance must carry passbook and show flight 611, a stewardess asked the map wire photo taken for a ride racing d River Fred Spross of Poughkeepsie n.y., was Flung wildly around the inside of his sports car and the top was ripped off the car As turned Over three times in a race 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. Spring recoils in Racine in in m a this March May be coldest on record girl chosen As Junior miss Mobile. Ala. A pm a a Blue eyed girl from West Haven Conn., Maureen Sullivan was selected saturday night As the 1960 american to Junior miss to Climax four Days of keen Competition in the third negroes Whites demonstrate in North and South by the associated pres major negro demonstrations in Virginia and the picketing of 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 Richmond and Norfolk and picketing continued in front of a Suffolk drug store. 500 Parade More than 500 Hampton Institute students paraded through downtown Hampton va., protesting against segregated food service. Stores were picketed and sit Down demonstrations staged in Hampton land adjoining Newport news. least three White restaurants were visited by negro couples. They were refused service however and left quietly. Extra officers some leading police dogs patrolled Newport news. No incidents were reported in either Virginia City. Picketing took a new turn turn to Page 2, col. 5 Dies in Chicago Accord with the soviet Union of the soviet offer in the Hope on ways of easing the continue that this would Lead to a test ing dispute Over Berlin and on ban agreement. Early this Al initial disarmament Steps. Week Eisenhower w As under clvcjugit6 u60it Macmillan to Airport state Strong pressures to rebut the mint emphasized that he sees soviet offer the negotiations with Russia for a nuclear test ban As a he other state department and ? nipped their ears a and we Are looking Forward to Exchange Long views with you on the Rupf Flohl not Only is Spring dallying of a year ago a and that was annual pa8eant. In making its appearance to colder than Normal. Miss Sullivan one of five even beating a full scale re and a year ago the coldest l7 year old girls who made the in the North when negro and treat. Kot during March was 12 finals was crowned by last a a March the Herald of Spring degrees. But the temperature year s Champion Judi Humph May go into the record books has dropped below that Point Rey of Lewistown Penn. The about the same time aboard As Racine to coldest month of u times this month. Winner Phyllis Ann Gilt 611, a stewardess asked the Winter season. The 22 6 average so far this Whitenack of Bluefield, Richard Casher 27. Of White and a a could be the coldest month j5 More than 3 degrees als0 was on re a Niece of licence Down from Quot race Quot a her a cd colder than 11 was in mass Sullivan a s6 Browne a a ack h Ord he Story and nearly 3�/j degrees colder haired Beauty with 35-24-36 a Odo you think in to better a 22.6 average than in january. Proportions won a $5,000 Quot Ripe c Asher. A Otheree to a during the first 25 Days of enter line waited in scholarship. She Hopes to bomb in a the month the daily highs and March to bring its first Zero tend Southern Conn. Chicago a up a or. Of the Anonymous Call lows averaged 22.6 degrees. Reads that Mark was hit College in preparation for a a id m. Dresen 60, Dean of that brought the Northeast that Tell 8 degrees colder than three times during the first six career of teaching mentally re the Marquette University Airliner Blick to Idlewild 39 Normal for March. Days of this month. Traded children. School of dentistry since 1948, Fri Jontes after take off time for that As a matter of fact 2 die in crash of Navy bomber Harrington Wash. A # a the Tail Section of a Navy Jet attack bomber came off 35,000 feet saturday. The plane crashed killing two of its three crewmen. Dead Are cmdr. Charles s As a collapsed and died in his room a thorough search of the Plant degrees colder than is in a hotel saturday. And passengers to Luggage. Normal for january. Or. Dresen had been attend when police heard from situation a year Abo my a weekend meeting of the the stewardess about cashers r a. H h Thi a nah trustees of the american Den a Mari the Telen Hona was Racine High this month Tai Assn. Net Rev forgotten was 42 d Gree March 19 a native of Sauk City wis a a that Reading was reached and n native of re Auk Cliv wis a was a no kidding said he graduated from the mar Ash re please accept no Quette dentistry school in 1924 apology a and joined the faculty the police and Airport a same year. Thormities who have checked he a past president of out endless bomb hoaxes were the National Academy of Den no arouse j while his plane took off and his wife Tai prosthetics the Wisconsin a wedding night in separate cells Otto a Rode state dental society and the Casher Milwaukee county dental so were taken to a police station questioned for hours by police and the Tai then finally released. was the second such Case Here in a week and Casher could consider himself Lucky. Alfred f. Scott of King to funeral service will be held Jan. 21, 1895, and attended a Park to u he let i an a of electrical inspector 30 years Otto b. Rode Dies Wood Porter 41. Oak Harbor Wash. 2 . Tuesday or Otto b Cine school. Before Beme por clerk ther was Okoth Quot of and technician Steward e Jackson. 24, Denton. Texas. Rode 65, Racine to first full time named City electrical inspector City electrical inspector who Elliott j. Fenwick s4, Oak died Friday in veterans admin Harbor an aviation control technician 2/c, parachuted. The a3d sky Warrior twin Jet was flying from Seattle to Spokane on a simulated bombing attack. Rode had worked for a private electrical contractor. Served in w w. I is ration Hospital Wood wis. Rode was taken ill several months ago but returned to his served overseas with the army City Hall office and worked up until about 2weeks ago in his suitcase a but a bomb Quot must appear in magistrate to court monday morning for a hearing on a charge of dts when he entered the Hospital. Saw improvements during world War i. Rode orderly Ducj red overseas with the army in France. He was a member baby suffocates from plastic bag of the american legion Post 76, the veterans of foreign in this Section . Louis Al pm newlyweds Harold and Jacqueline Lesley joined in Matrimony Friday spent their wedding night in separate jail cells a District station. A Mother in Law trouble a they told police who were summoned to investigate a fight almost before the Ink dried on the marriage License. When officers arrived the honeymoon apartment they found the Bride and bridegroom shouting and screaming 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. Wars Post 1391 and the Dis Wisconsin rapids a a in rodents 30 years As City tabled american veterans a 16-months-old girl suffocated electrical inspector he saw the surviving Are his wife Flora in her crib saturday when she world . And state news development of the police radio and a son Charles. Apparently pulled a plastic pages 2, 3, 8, Roll 12 system several revisions and the Rev. Ernest j. C. Jehn laundry bag Over her face. I improvements in the Regula-1 will officiate the services to j mrs. Fred Sheffer said she Painter Dies local news. Page 6 Lions governing electrical in be held 2 . Tuesday in put her daughter Linda in her Mexico City a Pic american heritage Page 20 striations Ard the installation Trinity lutheran Church 2034 crib around 2 . Anti found mexican Painter Francisco ,.t a i a a Marquette . Burial will he in her with the hag covering her Goitia 76, died of pneumonia Mound Cameta by luit sums cum Luuis Ute i a to Day to Chumiso. Editorial. Fag of the first City traffic lights. 18 rods waa born in Karina on wrong names for 11 years these identical twin daughters la of or. And mrs. James Metcalf of Arlington Texas have been called by the wrong names All their lives. Footprint impressions made by policeman Jack Green indicated that jams Lett a Tauy Joy pm and Vii pc. White students from Pennsylvania state University paraded outside a Barber shop 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 state York City after an outdoor rally supporting integration efforts of Southern negroes. A White College president or. Buell Gallagher of City College 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 Charlston w. Now a City Iowa Winston Salem n. A Atlanta and Savannah ga., and Albany n. Y. Special prayers were planned in 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. I Racine area weather sunday. March 27, 1960 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 Extrema North to Tow 409 in or

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