The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 18, 1965 · Page 8
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July 18, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 8

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RAONI SUNDAY lULLETIN 8A Live Torpedo Scare Sunday, July 18, 196S Pleasure Cruise for 8 Wasn't One for Long BALBOA, Calif. — UP) — Naval maneuvers added spice to a pleasure cruise for eight persons who suddenly were informed: "Kill your engines and lie dead — there's a live torpedo in the area." "We were petrified," one member of the party said, "We followed instructions, then all hung over the rails trying to find the torpedo." The group aboard the Helgard, was cruising from Balboa to Santa Catalina Island, 20 miles away when a Navy helicopter swooped low and gave the alarming advisory. "We thought we were all going to be blown up," said Miss Penny Pond. "A member of our party, Charles Reed was a commander of a Navy PT boat during the war and he told us to relax. "He told us that once it hit, it would be over quickly." Forty minutes later the helicopter reappeared, saying: "All clear ... the torpedo has been found." A spokesman for the U.S. Coast Guard said later the torpedo was a "dummy" — harmless except that it might have "put a nasty hole in the boat." He said the private cruiser evidently entered a practice area by mistake. Assign 15 Reserve Ships to S. Viet Nam Cargoes WASHINGTON — (JP) — The maritime administration said Saturday it is pulling 15 commercial cargo ships out of the reserve fleet to carry cargoes to South Viet Nam. It is being done "as fast as we can get them out," a spokesman said. They include 14 victory ships of 10,000 ton cargo space now at James River, Va., Hudson River, N. Y.; Beaumont, Texas, Mobile, Cafholic Unit Backs U.S. Viet Support WASHINGTON — (JP) A Catholic group said Saturday the United States should stay in Viet Nam as long as the Viet Cong continue hostilities. A statement issued by the Catholic Assn. for International Peace said: "We think the United States should be prepared to continue the use of military power for as long as the Viet Cong with its supporters continue hostilities. This may be a long time." It added that "we need to match Communist patience with our patience. "In any case," it said, "we cannot abandon South Viet Nam un- .der existing circumstances and without the promise of, negotiations." No interstate U.S. highway marker is to bear more than two digits. Ala.; Suisin Bay, Calif., and Olympia, Wash. The 15th is a C-2, the Delaware, currently in operation under charter at San Francisco, assigned to the Bulk Transport Line. The Victory ships, the company to which they are being assigned and the fleet from which they are being withdrawn are: Exton and Exmouth, American Export Isbrandtsen Line; Gainsville Victory, and Belgian Victory States Marine Line; and Meridian Victory, Waterman Steamship Corp., all from James River. Linfield Victory, Alcoa Steamship Co.; Alamo Victory, American Foreign Steamship Co.; Britain Victory, T. J. Stevenson Steamship Co.; and Iraq Victory, Alcoa, all from Hudson River. Loma Victory, Delta Steamship, Beaumont; Carroll Victory, Delta, Mobile; Willamette Victory and Brazil Victory, American President Lines, Ltd., Suisin Bay; and Navajo Victory, American Mail Lines, Olympia. Negro Children End State Visit; Sponsors Term Project a Success PLATTEVILLE — (/P) —A racial relations experiment ends today when 37 Negro children leave by bus for their homes in Chicago's South Side. The youngsters, ranging in age from 5 to 13, have spent a week living with 26 white families in this southwestern Wisconsin community, about half of them on farms. Sponsors have termed the project a success and are thinking of making it an annual event. Aided with Chores Many resident children had never seen Negroes in the flesh before the Chicago children arrived last Saturday. For many of the visitors it was the first time they had been out of Chicago. "Wisconsin looks pretty much the way we thought it would," said Paul Williams, 11, "but this is our first time on a farm and we like it." He and Raymond White, 12, stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sander and their nine children. Raymond said he liked to ride on the tractor and Paul helped with the chores. The Guerdon Hoosier family offered riding horses and the pair spent an afternoon horseback riding and play- Alaska, in addition to Mount McKinley (20,320 feet high), has 6 other peaks taller than the highest of Europe's Alps. ing with puppies at the Hoosier home. "The boys seem to have adjusted to rural life," said Mrs. Sander. "They have become just like any of the regular visitors we have at the farm." Picnics and Socials During the week the visiting ^roup also went on picnics, swimming parties and ice cream socials. The Rev. Richard Chartier, pastor of the First Congregational Church, helped plan the project, along with other clergymen and members of their congregations. About 50 families contributed to the $400 fund required for bus transportation and other expenses. Quell Roof Fire at U.S. Arsenal DOVER, N. J. — m —Fire broke out on the roof of a large warehouse ^t Picatinny arsenal Saturday. A spokesman for the arsenal, the nation's largest ammunition and research development center, said the fire was out within an hour and there were no injuries. He said the arsenal fire department requested the assistance of three civilian fire companies from neighboring communities "because we thought it was a lot more serious that it was." Black smoke could be seen billowing seven miles away at the height of the fire. The Germans made sugar from wood in 1926. Although it is not very sweet, it is extremely nutritious. New Delhi Hears Rumors of Anti-China Tibet Revolt NEW DELHI, India — (/P)— Unsubstantiated reports of revolt against the Red Chinese, in Tibet were circulating Saturday in New Delhi. One report emartating from Gangtok, Sikkim, on Tibet's border, pictured anti-Commu nist rebels as attacking Chi nese troops and installations in several parts of the coun- Fire Exfinguisfier WHhin Sife NASHVILLE, Tenn. —(JP) — Nashville firemen didn't have far to go to put out one fire. The blaze broke out at Metro Police Headquarters. The fire department is in the same building. try. There was no confirmation of any of the reports, however, from diplomatic or Tibetan refugee circles in New Delhi, or in departments of the In-, dian government assigned tq watch Tibetan affairs. Government informants who monitor radio broadcasts from Lhasa, capital of Tibet, said there had been no mention of any unusual disturbances. 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