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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 22, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal time s vol. 31, no. 5.Racine, wis., sunday May 22, 1960 6 sections 84 pages 20 cents sight 4 tornadoes in state none hit ground Milwaukee a Ltd a Wisconsin to murky skies were ripped by four tornadoes saturday but they did no to touch the Quot round and there was no damage. The latest twister was sighted just before 8 . High in the air Over the out Agamie county Village of Seymour out Agamie and Brown county officers were sent into the area and watched a the Tornado roared harmlessly overhead. The Green Bay weather Bureau said there would be no further threat. The Green Lake county civil defense unit said a twister whipped Over the George Sand ers farm near Fairwater at 6 14 . It dipped toward the Earth but did not touch Down before continuing on in a northeasterly direction Fairwater is about 20 Miles West of fond do Lac. Earlier saturday afternoon the weather Bureau said that two tornadoes were spotted near la Crosse. One was seen on the Minnesota Side of the Mississippi River and the other a few Miles Southwest of la Crosse. There also was an unofficial report on another twister touching the ground in an agricultural area two Miles South of Platteville in the extreme Southwest portion of the state at 12 45 p in. After the Fairwater Tornado which also was reported by the state traffic patrol the weather Bureau issued an Alert for two hours. Wausau t o p p e d maximum readings in Wisconsin saturday with 67 degrees while Milwaukee had the Early morning Low of 46 Jiff \ j map wire photo rescued climbers Pete Schoening Haggard after his Chilly ordeal on it. Mckinley in Alaska was rescued saturday by a helicopter. He was the last of a group of injured climbers who had been stranded on the Peak. Story on Page 6. Political strife mounts Over u2 Case. Summit urge probe by Congress Farley assails Stevenson by the radiated pre policies have no place in Tion of blame for the Summit political Cross fire grew hot. Hryk Down a ter saturday Over the u2 spy a Poi Cal Campaign demo breakdown plane incident and the collapse crafts asserted that those who democratic National chairman. Of the Summit conference. Question administration a joined in the criticism of sen j. William i us ought ions should not be accused Stevenson. He said in a stated Ark said he will suggest destroying National Unity ment the democratic National that the Senate foreign re m. Rep civic aimed convention should condemn lations committee investigate most gop salvos u Ere aimed Dia e re both events. At Adlai Stevenson. Republican Marks Abom a Eisenhower Fulbright said such a probe National chairman Hurston a administration to handling of the is in order and that the foreign Jav Norton said Stevenson had spy plane incident. Relations committee he Heads de himself squarely in the Farley said Stevenson to is the proper group to conduct a or with Nikita views in no Way represent the ,.thinking of the democratic As republicans claimed sum Khrushchev in his a Terreta party How Ever mrs no answer from soviets Franklin d. Roosevelt said she agreed with Stevenson that the administration gave Khrushchev the a crowbar and sledgehammer to wreck the Summit conference. Vice president Nixon was Berlin a pm a there was East Germany and turns be the target of much of the demo on freeing 9 americans no russian response by late rotations saturday to a request by the it r ssh United states for the immediate return of nine americans and their air Force c47, which strayed into East Germany. The russians have announced the plane was forced Down by the soviet military. Gen. Cd Yaft d. Eddleman . Army commander in Europe took up the Case with Gen. I i. Yakubovsky commander of soviet forces in fast Germany. 0 the soviet Liaison Mission reported the plane landed safely and that the occupants eight men arid a woman who were flying from Copenhagen to Hamburg West Germany were in russian hands. Tha woman was mrs. Paul Mccash of Atlanta a nurse who with her air Force doctor husband was on a 30-Day vacation trip. A soviet embassy spokesman said a could Giva no details As to How the plane was forced Down whether by Jet fighters or ground gunners. Tha plane was carrying air Force personnel on what the air Force called a morale flight a rest and recreation trip. Previous flights had gone to Italy Germany and such places this was the first to Copenhagen. The c47�? Pilot was a 41-year-old air Force career officer. Capt. James Palmer Lund of Findlay Ohio. The russians seemed to be Over cratic fire. Democratic National chairman Paul Butler accused Nixon of using secret govern ment information to attract attention to his political Campaign. And he said the timing of spy flights Over Russia would Hurt cop chances in the november elections. Gap chairman Morton expressed a of Shock of Surprise at the nakedly political words of i it o Stevenson in a Chicago speech 15 thursday night. Stevenson said Khrushchev had wrecked the Paris conference and said a othere is no last 625 Elgin air Force base. Fla. A up it a an air Force Era ended saturday when the last. ,b25 bomber the Type flown Lue by the famous Tokyo raiders a journal Tom photo Classy cat pretty Pooch two Iran of a fratt school pet How posed for photographer saturday. It Ming a left Complete with Altin Pillow a. Shielded from the element by her mistress Patty Mckuen 8, daughter of or. And mrs. Leonard Mckuen 2041 Willow Road. Quot Yancy a right handsome Devil that he is made sure his Best Side was profiled for cameramen. He to owned by Harold j. Nelson 1817 n. Wisconsin st., and was displayed by Nelsons to grandchildren. Additional photo Page 5. Was discharged from the serv ice. Call Caledonia it. Pleasant merger mrs. Paul Mccash aboard downed plane and look for. Ail analysis of tha meaning of sen. John Kennedy to sweep of tha Oregon primary Paga 2. An of tha significance of the latest .-russian plane incident Page 3. In a time of crisis. Added Stevenson said saturday twin engine plan then night he and sen. John Ken taxied up in front of the crowd b a a a a i i i lowest initial Cost school proposal themselves in close agreement turned it Over t0 Brig Gen � on the subject. Robert h. Warren of Elgin. Battle line a publication of Warren in turn Gava the the gop National committee plane to mayor Randall Rob also levelled its sights on arts 0f nearby Valparaiso. The the school District organza building construction ton plan offering outlying separate District areas the lowest initial tax rates for a for the stat department of Public instruction. Recommend unification the department s study com _ r taxes would be lower than plated this month recommends Stevenson. It said town plans to establish a duo Wold he a 12-Grade Aledonia a a in Fie j Urban Rural system formation of a unified set Hool in his speech a littering Little memorial Park and place it. Pleasant school District Bec Ause a separate suburban District t it would include the bipartisan Unity against plane in it in Honor of the according to a state study. System would no to at the Start City of Racine and the area Khrushchev Stevenson u p Tokyo raiders who trained Allt thai it nov ones honed meet Urban educational pro East of interstate 94, not now braided president Eisenhower Here in party 1942. Grams and facilities said r. E in a High school District for refusing to respond to Jimmy Doolittle then a col whether outlying areas would Joi Iffe it author of the study. A unified District would he Khrushchev s Hitler role with on of gtd the Surprise bombing have the tax base needed to Jolliffe is supervisor of the Best administrative unit turn to Page 2, col. I raid of Tokyo in april 1942. Final e initial new s Hool school District reorganization to meet the present and future a a Overall education needs a the department to study said the study included theoretical budgets for alternative school District organization plans. The budgets Are based on current costs and enrol state gop endorses Kuehn for governor Milwaukee a a Philip voting strength is 2,330 but 2 and state sen. William dra Olson Camp which insisted refused to accept the non in treating the affair with special g Kuehn a 40-year-old Mil there were some absentees. Heim of Neenah 2 their soles be cast for non endorsement votes and they sub and Are compared to sex attention but without any in Waukee businessman making closest Competition a total of 2. 9 votes were do sement a position that sequence were recorded As 5tjng costs dictation they expected to make his first try for Public office Kuehny to closest competitor withheld to tie end and wound would have insured a two Way pre. Compare tax rates much of it. _ re re if a Ritha Ranii Halican in or the coveted endorsement up being recorded simply As race Between Kuehn and Ison by acclamation the department made these was Jack Olson of Wisconsin a sent in the september primary. Two of the other spots on Lorn Unity by com Mummy com Jop endorsed went pans0ns to existing tax rates candidates by acclamation of Pian a unified received the they might have turned the ,. Passengers and Crew Over in do sement saturday for the i desist who Side-Steppedahead-1 the turn reflected the feel rep Melvin Laird of Marsh the mediately to East German a state to top office of governor. On Cash with Kuehn by Refus my of a die hard element in . The convention chairman to c Thori Les. That always throws be won the party to Sanction no to submit his name to the a hitch into american proc. And organizational support in convention. Dura in such cases for the Rara 1 Olson polled 206 votes More United states does no to recognize 1 y than half of them from Dele _ but the vote did not All go to a a a represent tent wisconsjn., him and gave an inkling of Foremost resort areas. Olson the contest that probably still 38, is a tourist Industry Leader awaits him for the nomination world . And state news in september. Pages2, 3, 8, 9, to doctor 92, cancels $50,000 in Bills since both were unopposed Urban District Knowles who lost his iseult this Section Elmira n y. A Pic a retired veterinarian a kissed goodbye to an estimated. $50,000 in outstanding Bills a former lieutenant Gover saturday in a classified and nor Warren Knowles of new Vert sement the first ballot Victory Richmond was next High with or. John l. Johnson. 92, rages 4, 5 showed Kuehn polled 1,808v2 Vot of nearby Horseheads made Page 12 of the state gop Convent Long to 239 withheld the it announce rent of the a available 2,272/ Delegate Glenn Davis of Waukesha a cancellation of Bills and editorial Page 16tvotes. The Oft uni delegates former congressman received wished his former clients local news. American heritage a fall Good Luck and ?� Johnson said he had been practising for 76 years before his retirement last week. As near As i can figure people must owe me All of $50,000." he said a but i Don t expect to see any of that Money again i might As Well kiss it and plan ii a 12 Grade Caledonia i tenant governor to seat in the pleasant District 1958 state democratic landslide was put Back in Conten Tion to regain it. C Aledonia of 10.4% Sec i Eta by of state Robert orb 3.9% Zimmerman the Only Republic and Point of 3.9 a a Tan now holding a Constitution Reasal to Al office was Given the party to Sturtevant a 23 0% Sanction to succeed himself. Race a 0 a spirited three Way race the changes for t died omit for the endorsement As treas and it. Pleasant Are averages Mer went to Ivan kinds Clu a actual school rates within the Clum to Page 2, col. I j turn to Page 2, col. 2 plan la 3.7% 2.5% 2.5% 5 4% 27.7% flee floods in Minnesota picture Page 2 Jordan ?" of Hus dress of townspeople Lorn airlifted by helicopter fled racing floodwater that wept into Jordan saturday after an overnight cloudburst Bent the City s Reservoir Over its Dike. Between 125 and 150 families were evacuated by boat truck car or helicopter. Some refusing to leave their Home despite three and four feet of water in their living rooms had to be ordered to go. Waters of the to acre Mill Pond on the outskirts of this Community of 1,400 smashed through a Roadway that served As a Dike Pond wafer flowed in a to foot Cascade to join the flooding Sand Creek normally a Serene waterway flowing through town. The cloudburst that hit Jordan was part of a storm system that lashed some sections of Minnesota with the heaviest rain in years. Racine area weather mostly Cloudy with Light rain ending late today. Monday fair and warmer. High today Low 60s. Low tonight Low 50s. North to Northwest winds to to 15 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in state mostly Cloudy with Light ram ending most portions today. Warmer in West portion monday fair and warmer. Fligh today 38 to 64 East i Aud Bolo 74 West

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