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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 30, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 28. Racine wish a sunday october 30, 1960 64 pages�?5 sections-20 cents 20 passengers killed in Ohio Airliner crash a journal time photo form search party Sturtevant and Union Grove Rescue squad members formed a 30-Man search party saturday night after a 67 year old Kenosha woman was reported missing in Woods on 68th Road one half mile West of 1-94. The woman son Louis Calcas Kenosha told sheriff s deputies he and his Mother. Margaret started on a mushroom Hunt about 8 . Nearly two hours later he returned to the car was unable to find her and spent the rest of the Day looking for her. The search party formed after darkness settled and guided by flashlights and a bloodhound. Was called off after deputies Learned the woman had wandered out the other Side of the Woods gotten a ride to Racine and took a train to Kenosha. Aircraft carried Grid team from California College Toledo Ohio map a an air plane carrying mein hers of a football team Home to California crashed in fog saturday and burned. At least 20 persons perished. There were 48 aboard the plane the sheriffs office said. A reporter for the Toledo Blade said there were 17 bodies at the Airport terminal. He said at least one other body was known to be at a mortuary. Of lit persons taken to Toledo Hospital two were dead the reporter said. An operator in the cont Rol Tower said he understood there were 18 survivors. Visibility was Zero and the plane smashed Down at the East end of the main runway almost immediately after Takeoff. Jives account i if Williamson tuck 61161 Wolms Castro Calls for Calm despite marines7 visit7 Walt Field coach of the California state polytechnic College team was one of 4? members of the school s party aboard. He gave this account i Ela Ria Ohio a Pic Quot started to take off. P Reuther president of recession Walter of the. ,. United Auto workers said in \ Isbit Lite was t very Good. A Speed h saturday the United one h undred Leer Oft the states is threatened with an runway the plane started to other recession heralded by aver off. Falloff in automobile sales. A the left Wing hit. Every pc asserted the Auto Indus thing went. Try is trying to sustain produce h a Van a id a Fidel news Agency Tass of a state the whole front of the Tion for poetical purposes until Castro appealed saturday for ment by Premier Khrushchev plane was gone a lbs of it a election. A wire photo recruiting gimmick a a full size Model of the army a Nike zeus anti missile missile was placed on display near a recruiting station in new Yorkus times Square. The 60-foot 3-stage missile will remain there through nov. I. Burlington boy killed in fail under trailer a 14-year old Burlington area far boy was killed saturday afternoon when he fell under the wheels of a trailer loaded with 5,000 pounds of Corn. He was John c. Ketterhagen son of or. And mrs. Cyril Ketterhagen of route 5, Burlington. The boy was Riding at the front end of the trailer which was being pulled by a tractor driven by his father according to the sheriffs department. The Accident occurred on the Ketterhagen farm about two Miles Southeast of Burlington on the River Road near Highway 43. Deputies said the boy was apparently killed instantly when he was crushed under the trailers front wheel. The body was taken to the Mccarthy Rueter funeral Home in Burlington. Funeral arrangements will be announced monday. Tito opposes Summit talks Calm in Cuba but warned that that soviet locket support for any invaders would be thrown Cuba must be regarded As bark by his expanding civilian some americans Rush ambulances in a speech marking the dedication of a $130,000 Law All available ambulances Headquarters Here. Reuther militia. In Moscow took this As an were rushed to the scene and quoted wards report an Auto the cuban prime minister attempt by Khrushchev to put the terminal was turned into Industry Trade publication As did not refer directly either to a Check on Castro by pulling a morgue. Predicting an unsold backlog the United states or the so the Rug from under him e. D Richard Airport traffic of one million new cars by mid Viet Union during a one hour slightly. Controller on duty at the time november televised speech which was 3. A report in a Cairo Maga of the crash said pilots flight a exact inventory will be 70 set against the background of Zinc quoting Castro As saying plan said the plane was in per vent bigger than have these events involving two that he and his government route to Kansas City. The Ever had before in the history great Powers would not he such a idiots As school is at san Luis Obispo of the Industry a Reuther said. Invasion fever to attempt to seize the Guan Calif. I a weekend visit of 1.450 Anam base by for Quot a s. Marines to Guantanamo cites strength Parade in puerto Rico protests Bishops letters Belgrade Yugoslavia up a president Tito said saturday he opposes a new Summit conference unless a favourable atmosphere is created in the United nations. A new Summit failure might prove to be tragic he added. Tito was answering questions from visiting Indian and Sanjuan puerto Rico Ltd msgr. Victor m. Nazario Chan said they represent three of indonesian journalists at the a silent Parade if 400 to 500 Peelier of the Ponc e diocese that the Island s political parties White Palace. Fie added that new car invent persons marched before the any Catholic a preaching or the a popular a popular dem a in the current phase of Democrat the republicans and a elopement of International re the Independent airlines tories in the million bracket cd enc 0f archbishop James publicly supporting the popu. H a a inde. V. A i a Washington so la. High official much in a Success of a Summit w., m meeting of the big four forces to prominent figure in the no in one which Waud naval base for rest and Redrea in his speech. Castro dealt is the first fatal crash involve never this Early in the Model a. Quot. Commits sins but also can be Tion and a reported concerto with his growing armed forces., a 46 since 1953. A having had two recessions j 4i s to shut 1 last a excommunicated Cut off from Tion of . Warships near but when he said Cuba has. D re headed for another a he letters forbidding roman Cath the four Chi a sacraments a puerto Rico. Government con arms to defend itself he did said. A los to vote for gov. Luis trolled newspapers used these not say where the arms Are eras1 believed to be Reuther or Ltd de the crowd of Uno Marin political party. Two incidents to heighten a in coming from. The first of its kid in the several Hundred to support sen before the March the Span ish language newspaper Mundo was in print with a Issue 1 tw0 pastoral letters As Marin administration. Morale. A if such a meeting should statement from the i. Rev. A rur Rio a a a it it mar Rhinie Bank Forth no re Sills at Al it it sailing Munoz Manns party Carrion said he was marching could g a of Man. I . Nunna in finn for Quot nil a Rokl Lirian Hilt is ii. Vasion fever Here. In Wash Ile spoke at the first Grade United states. John f. Kennedy. Democratic in ton the marines Landing anon ceremony for 55 new available records do not list nominee for president was seen As a classic show of army lieutenants trained at any previous crashes of Char Force. The nearby Managua military tired air planes involving an Little emotions procession was or. Arturo enlarged by representatives the three Catholic Bishops in morale Carrion assistant Sec of some other countries a Heel the Island Commonwealth have rotary of state in the Muno said. 2. Publication by the soviet base. Entire athletic team. They re coming Down male in postal Box they said anyone voting for a not As a politician hut As a in Ltd a the party will he guilty of sin. Teacher and private j _ Hie chancellors mention of sex the three Bishops assault on. The Home stretch in the 1960 election Campaign. Informative communication was the first to the political party whose Label Airliner missing pre election stories in today a sunday bulletin Are go that far Munoz Marin carries in his bid 45 persons analysis of state elections throughout the country on saturday s orderly procession for re election next month is Page la. Stirred Little emotion As it based on what they Call the Managua Nicaragua pm a wound through the narrow party a anti Christian attitude a Costa rican Airliner with results of a league of women voters Survey of the positions streets of old san Juan where connected with Binh control 4 it pass it a Gers aboard Wasi be on major issues of Wisconsin statehouse and 1st District sidewalks were c crowded with and sterilization of mental de invt f and. Tia Quot a congressional candidates on Page 8. Saturday shoppers. Fec Tives. Laramon Honduras harder t Doc tors lawyers and Bush the birth control Law never Nicaragua Honduras Border. Ness executives took part in has been put to use the Munoz reports reaching Here Sac a series will begin monday analysing the presidential elec the March which was initiated Marin administration says and the place was Down Between Tion race in six key states. By a group of University of the sterilization Law was later cil0ii� puerto Rico professors who repealed. had taken off from san Jose Costa Rica and belonged to the Mobutu vows to keep Russ out neither Snow nor rain ran Stav the postman hut Here an unidentified Omaha letter Carrier waited for a mail truck. His Pouch nearly empty the postman took of the shed of in open storage Bel while he caught up on his Reading. Leopold Ville the Congo a a col. Joseph Mobutu said saturday he never will permit the return of soviet influence to the Congo so Long As he remains alive. The 30-year-old�?Tarmy Leader told the associated press he would not tolerate any Challenge to his will either from the United nations or from the suspended congolese parliament. Rescinds order a my will is the supreme Power in the Congo a he said. A my army obeys my orders and is powerful enough to carry them _ i few Houri earlier a detachment of Mobutu a army tried to arrest and expel associated press correspondent Michael Goldsmith hut was forestalled by the u n. Force in the Congo. . Mission chief rates Lamar Dayal said a cannot permit such arbitrary procedures and go Canadian ghanaian and indonesian troops rescued Goldsmith from his hotel room after he had been besieged for More than an hour. Mobutu rescinded the expulsion order after a 90-minute meeting in his fortified Encampment with Goldsmith and associated press correspondent Andrew Borowiec. forget the past a the bearded colonel said shaking hands with the two reporters. Disliked stories he told them he objected to their reports describing his re Gime As shaky. He dismissed world . And state news the rumbling revolt in his army pages. 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, Ioas unimportant and said he had in Oral news Page 4 failed to take rigorous action against mutinous troops a to american heritage Page 7 Avo a unnecessary bloodshed a editorial paso Isi he gave the Tup explanation for his failure to arest sex pre Mier Patrice Lumumba who stil lives in the official prime ministers residence under u n. Protection. Cites articles Goldsmith and Borowiec went to Mobutu scamp accompanied by . Consul Frank Caducci but without any u n. Escort. There Mobutu explained his grievances against the foreign press in general and the a in particular. He cited articles in belgian newspapers which asserted that control of his sept. 14 coup was slipping out of his hands. He also complained about eyewitness reports of Misbehaviour Lacsa company. Racine area weather rain today and tonight turning colder tonight. Monday Cloudy and colder with a Chance of a few showers. High today mid 50s. Low tonight mid 30s. Southeasterly winds 15 to 25 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in state rain East and showers probably changing to Snow flurries West tonight. Colder West and turning colder East tonight. Monday Cloudy and colder with a few Light showers or Snow flurries. High today from 40s North to upper 50s extreme South. Low tonight 25 to 30 West Clum to pact is cab t f portion due my per Uoo

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