The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 11, 1965 · Page 11
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 11

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 11, 1965
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liACINI SUNDAY lUUITIN Cart Races, Puppets and Cute Tots 4 Die in Crash Near Savannali SAVANNAH, Ga. —(^)— Fqur persons were killed and six others injured in a three- car crash on a raiJroad overpass 20 miles north of Savannah in South Carolina early Saturday. South Carolina highway patrolman R. V. Woods said a car driven by Walter Watts, 25, of Savannah, headed toward Savannah on S. C. Hvi^. 46, passed a car driven by Benjamin Cody, 26, of Savannah on the overpass. The Watts car hit headon a car driven by William Mydell of Bluffton and all four occupants of the Watts car were killed. Killed were Barbara Jean Beamon, 21; Mrs. Edvina Jackson, 24; Watts; and a man identified only as Lewis, all Negroes from Savannah. Injured and hospitalized at Savannah were Mydell, in poor condition; his pregnant wife, Mrs. Daisy Bell Mydell, in fair condition; and Nathaniel Jenkins of Bluffton, in fair condition. Injured but not hospitalized were Benjamin Cody, and his brother, James, 20, and Harold Rivers, 21, all of Savannah. 2 TRUCKS COLLIDE 4 KILLED, 10 INJURED SHAW, Miss. —I/P)~ Four persons were killed and ten injured, four critically, Saturday when two trucks collided on U.S. Hwy. 61 just south of Shaw. Reports from the scene said a transport truck rammed the rear of a pickup truck carrying Negro workers to a nearby cotton field. University 'Purge' Annpunced in Havana MIAMI, Fla.—i.?)—Havana Radio said Saturday anti-social and counter revolutionary elements will be purged from the University of Oriente in Santiago de Cuba. The process of weeding out undesirable students who oppose the Cuban revolution was announced by Lino Resell, secretary-general of the university chapter of the Union of Communist Youths, according to the newscast heard in Miami. Rosell said the revolution cannot tolerate its enemies getting free a higher education, • Similar action was taken by Havana University officials and the Cuban Students Federation last March. NEW AUSSIE COIN An Australian 50-cent piece designed for the switch to decimal coinage next February will cariy a portrnit of Queen Elizabeth. II OH! side and the Australia^ coatr of -arms on the other, A ijan- garoo and an emu support the coat of arms. It's summer, school is out and if your youngster says "Gee, Mom, what is there to do?"—you might direct him toward one of the city playgrounds. There, during the last week, they would have found children preparing entries for the Soap Box Derby, youngsters making puppets out of paper bags or children competing in baby sh-ows. LEFT: Paul Moore, 13, right, of 2205 Blaine Ave., and Jeff Eysnogle, 13, of 2825 West Lawn Ave., assembled a racer for Soap Box Derby competition at the Pierce Woods Playgrounds. ABOVE: A trio of puppeteers lined up their creations for Howell School playground instructor Barbara Levandowski. The girls are, from left, Katie Ellis, 7, of 1705 Linden Ave., her sister, Deborah, 8, and Kim Zamc- cnik, 6, of 1901 Fairview Terrace. RIGHT: One of the contestants in a baby show at the Johnson School Playground was Bonnie Kuiper, 2, of 2608 Oregon St. She won a ribbon for "the biggest eyes." LEFT: Jeffrey Carl Zemke, 6V2 months, had "the brightest blue eyes" at the Johnson School Playground show. 2 Kidnapers Face Charge That Carries Death Penalty Bonn Aide Foresees End of Euromort Crisis SACRAMENTO, Calif.—(/P) — A federal grand jury swiftly indicted two ex-convicts Saturday for kidnaping California's finance director and his family, and a prosecutor filed a charge that carries the death penalty. U.S. District Judge Sherrill Halbert read the federal charge to Wilford Marion Bray, 30, and Carl Cletus Bowles, 24, after the grand jury issued the indictments after 35 minutes of deliberation. Appoints Attorneys The judge appointed attorneys and set July 21 to hear are accused of a four-day crime spree that included murder, rape and robbery. Sacramento County Dist. Atty. John M. Price filed a complaint under California's Little Lindbergh Law charg- CURB MARKET Curb Market is the name given to any stock market which either transacts or originally transacted its business in the open, presumably in the streets or upon the curbs. ing kidnaping of Finance Director Hale Champion, his wife and daughter. For the purpose of robbery and causing bodily harm. A conviction could mean death in the San Quentin gas chamber. "We want to prosecute and we hope we are given the opportunity," said Robert K. Puglia, Price's chief deputy. Oregon Was Competing The Oregon county where the convicts are accused of brutally slaying a young deputy sheriff was competing for chance to try the two men. The trail of crime started only days after they were released from the Oregon State Prison. There was a robbery and rape in Tigard, Ore., followed by the robbery of a Portland bank, the slaying of the law officer, and kidnaping of six persons who were abducted into California as hostages before they were released unharmed. Bray and Bowles held in Sacramento County Jail under $100,000 bond each. Bail has been set in Oregon on the federal kidnaping charges at $150,000 each. COLOGNE, Germany —m — Foreign Minister Gerhard Schroeder said Saturday he is convinced the present Common Market crisis ultimately will be overcome. Schroeder was speaking to members of the social committees of the Christian Democratic Party and the Free Democrats. He said the federal government would do all in its power to surmount existing difficulties. He added that he already had discussed the situation with Italy's Pres. Giuseppe Saragat and Foreign Minister Amintore Fanfani. Schroeder declared that the government would remain in contact with the other member states, but would await further proposals by the Common Market executive commision which is trying to overcome French objections to community agriculture policy. France is boycotting Common Market meetings. Without mentioning France by name Schroeder said no- HEARING AIDS for NERVE DEAFNESS Smart HEARING GLASSES AIMn-The-Ear Modeli Behind the Ear Super Power Aids World'i largest exclusive manutacturei of Hearing Aids and Hearing Testing Equipment. Cpipe III For FREE Hearing Test or Coll For Home Appointment RachrSurgical $upporti and Applfanc09 Ask Ym Docfpf Ahom Ui! 422 Main St. «3T.551I IIA Burial Service Held for Ruark 9 Are Killed as Freight Hits Truck in N.C. MAXTON, N.C. —An Atlantic Coast Line railroad freight train struck a pickup truck near this southaaitem North Carolina town Saturday, killing nine of the 10 persons in the truck. The acident occurred at a high-banked rural crossing about 21/2 miles southeast of Laurinburg near the South Carolina line. Mangled bodies were strewn over the track, 2 Ballplayers Two of the dead were members of the Red Hill Blue Devils, a Lumbee Indian sandlot baseball team from the Red Hill community in Robeson County. The team was en route to a game at Bowmore 11 miles from Maxton. The other victims were spectators accompanying the team whose other members had gone in two cars. All the victims were of Rt. 3, Maxton. The lone survivor, Angush Blue, 31, was driving the truck which he owned. He was taken to a Laurinburg hospital in critical condition with head and chest injuries. The wreck occurred about a mile from a filling station where the two dead players and other victims were picked up. No Eyewitneaacs The truck was behind the two cars which continued for some distance before noticing the truck was no longer in sight. Robeson County officers said the truck aparently did not stall on the track but pulled into the path of the train. They said apparently there were no eyewitnesses to the accident. Robert Collins, 29, who was to have umpired the game, said he declined to make the trip in the truck because he said it was overloaded. He stayed behind and later helped identify the victims. The truck was demolished. body could conceal disappointment over the attitude of "one of the partner states." Schroeder warned against giving up attempts to unite Europe. "A return to nationalism would be a dangerous anachronism," he said. "Such a course would have very grave consequences for all participants and for the position of Europe in the world." This probably was a reference to France's objection to the executive commission's plans to have farm subsidy funds approved by the European Parliament — an advisory body. France wants each government to have control over the funds. PALAMOS, Spain —{^)— American Author Robert C. Ruark was buried in a bright sunny afternoon Saturday. A small group of friends and more than 200 inhabitants of this fishing village were present. Ruark, 49, died of an internal hemorrhage in a London hospital on July 1. The coffin was taken to the cemetery by a hearse from the estate Ruark owned here, a spot overlooking the Mediterranean. A brief burial service was held. The U.S. consul-general in Barcelona, John W, Ford, and top local officials were among those present. The mourners also included a number of Fin€ Owners $5 for 2 Notorious Dogs LOUISVILLE — (JP) — The dislike Spot and Pal held for the postman had become a bit expensive. Police Judge George H. 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