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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 1, 1959, Racine, Wisconsin The Racin the Racine journal times vol. 30, no. 28. Racine wis., sunday november 1, 1959 70 pages5 sections-20 cents the Best from american heritage      the last stand of Paul Bunyan editor s note it was dangerous and some times downright disastrous but there was nothing quite like the High and Racine county property value up $24 million Racine county this year has $24,678,550 More in taxable property than it had in 1958. It is an increase of about 4 per cent to a total of $683,588, 500, the supervisor of assessments for the state department of taxation reported. The biggest share of the gain was recorded in the county s unincorporated areas and newer suburban villages according to the report. The City of Racine usually having about two thirds of the county s taxable property declined this year to 63.39 per cent. A year ago the total was 1.28 per cent higher. Although the City showed an increase in property most communities fared better. Others show decline the unit with the second highest total of taxable property in the county the town of it. Pleasant also showed a percentage decline. It had 10.70 venture of the old time logging Camp. The loggers lived with zest had a racy vocabulary and mowed mountains from coast to coast. An admirer of the american Lumberjack who has written extensively on the Pacific Northwest recalls Here those bygone Days. By Stewart h. Holbrook the tradition of the american Lumberjack is an ancient one As Industrial Antiquity goes in the United states. It began More than 300 years ago when colonists set up the first Sawmill in America in what is now South Berwick Maine and fed it with the great White Pines a classic species whose Grace a Ful outline was soon to appear on flags provincial Coats of arms even on shillings. It was Here in the England Timber too certain customs and \ Call off drop by rocket plane Edwards air Force base Calif. Imp the x15i rocket ship made a 60-minute flight fastened to its Mother b52 bomber today but plans to Cut it Loose were cancelled. Cloudy weather made the drop undesirable officials said. Test Pilot Scott was in the cockpit As usual. The x15 is designed eventually to carry a Man 100 or More Miles High. Report Allied chiefs to meet on dec. 19 Dag May make a visit soon to harried Laos United nations. . A diplomats said saturday . Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold is planning to leave for Laos nov. 10 on a trip that might help steady the times originated which to follow the loggers new that prac a were situation in that Rebol Ridden kingdom in Southeast Asia. But a . Spokesman called this account premature. He said any one of a number of courses might be followed the report circulated As the Security Council awaited a re a port on an investigation that a four nation subcommittee made in Laos sept. I a oct. 13. The report is expected monday or tuesday. 30 pages diplomatic sources say the Pittsburgh a. I a report a chronicle of what the recess talks in steel strike steel negotiations recessed saturday after what United steelworkers president David the continent. An Early Emberl Mcdonald called another Baron sir William futility to end the. 109-Day nationwide strike. B. Conrad Cooper subcommittee men heard and i appeared at his log landings along the Saco River attired in a coat of Scarlet cloth this is the earliest record of Brilliant garb worn in connection per cent of the total a year ago.lvjti-, logging but Only 10.46 per cent this a re was also the attempt year. Iof the Crown to prevent the the Only other of the coun loggers from cutting every tree that grew. The Royal Navy to s 17 municipalities to show a percentage decline was the Village of Waterford which for masts dropped from 0.91 per cent Auto Reserve year ago to 0.88 per cent this year. The report said that throughout the county there was an increase in real estate values of $25,959,000 during the last year. It was offset however by a $1,280,450 decline in the value of personal property. Real estate was valued at $589,274,400 this year and personal property at $94,314,200. Equalized value the state report adopted by the county Board becomes the equalized value for the county. It is used to apportion taxes among More than one town City or Village for purposes such As county government or joint or Union school districts. Taxes paid by property owners Are based on local assessed valuations which vary from municipality to municipality but average about 40 per cent of the equalized valuation. Cite changes other recommended values with changes from a year ago Are towns Burlington $19,869,-400, up $1,301,150 Caledonia $36,714,700, up $4,712,100 Dover $10,640,800, up $1,003,-750 it. Pleasant $71,469,650, up $989,330 Norway $14,193,-100, up $990,475 Raymond $10,478,400, up $1,445,475 Rochester $4,128,900 water Ford $13,756,750, up $930,550 and Yorkville $9,986,650, up $1,376,850. Cities Burlington $33,418, Tum to Page 6, col. 2 saw running to about 30 pages will present no conclusions but its substance will give the impression that while there was no aggression the rebels had steel Jorth vietnamese backing. Laotian officials still say in there was aggression. But they Dusty negotiator said the say it stopped when the coun Union continues to press Forvil acted and the rebels re an inflationary wage increase diced their activities to terror he said the Basic position of sizing and propagandizing Rural chief 1 the steel companies about to both is not wanted the Best Trees saved resume negotiations monday but the attempt in Washington where they them was futile have been summoned by the neither the Royal taboo Mark Federal mediation service of the Broad Arrow on the both Cooper and Mcdonald finest Timber nor penalties As said they would be there. Villagers. They want permanent . Representation in sides Are scheduled to Laos to keep things quiet. Some Western delegates have indicated they want the the same thing. They hoped Hammarskjold could arrange it with soviet consent. In Case he could not they said they severe As those against heresy arguments will begin tues jew our a propose that the Secoir could Stop the red shirted boy Day in the . Supreme court from cutting everything that stood in their Way. Persistence survived their persistence survived Down to our own time. Meanwhile the isolation of logging Camps combined with an occupation so dangerous to turn to Page 4, col. I on a Union Appeal to set aside a Taft Hartley injunction that could end the dispute for at least 80 Days. Mcdonald said the Industry is depending on the injunction to halt the strike rather than attempt to negotiate a permanent settlement. In Liis Section local 6 late Telegraph news pages 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11 editorial. Page 14l Ity Council set it up and if the russians vetoed this proposal they would take the proposal to the general Assembly. 1 russians opposed but Friday the soviet Dele i gation in a press release said the soviet Union was against sending any permanent . Mission to Laos and there was no question of its supporting or even tacitly agreeing to such a step. On the face of it this seemed to Rule out any Council action o put a . Presence in Laos. But it was thought unlikely hat the russians would object to Hammarskjold s going there . And it was Felt that while he was there he would body a . Presence in his own person and exert a Calm no influence on the situation. Llusia Inicis . Journal to emf photo hoboes meet the Law three halloween hoboes participants in tic annual Myca Parade were playfully handcuffed saturday night by policeman Royric Aillo. The boys Are from left John Stroomer 9, of 813 Kentucky St. Timothy Collentine 9. Of 1105 Park ave and Dan Eldridge 9, of 2017 w. Lawn ave. John s moustache and Tim s out size nose and spectacles were phonics. Story and another picture on Page 6. Sir Winston gets horse laugh.      Monty 7s irked but Churchill amused Woodford England up a highly controversial statue of sir Winston Churchill was unveiled Here saturday amid pomp and circumstance and real horse laughs. The horse belonging to the metropolitan police department laughed nine times during Field marshal Viscount Montgomery s Dedi cation speech. The Peppery Field marshal did t like it a bit. But sir Winston who la be 85 next month enjoyed it tremendously. Especially when an angry police superintendent had to Lead away the horse and its embarrassed rider. About 3,000 persons cheered As sir Winston a after the fallers brought Down the tree a bucker Cut to into manageable lengths. His was a dangerous Job for a log could Roll Over and crush him. Rescue Hopes dim longshoremen brotherhood a approves merger with Ila Havana a hopi a a faded fast saturday night that Milwaukee i a the delegates to the brother Cuba s missing army com International brotherhood of Hood s special convention cast Mander would be found alive. Longshoremen voted saturday 5 darkness forced search planes to merge with the internal to abandon a fruitless Hunt for tonal longshoremen s assn., the second Day. Thus Clearing the Way for and the army chief maj. Camilo Mission of the Ila into the Cienfuegos vanished wednes Al Cio. Day night on a flight from the Ila was ousted by the c to. A vice president. Camaguey to Havana. Rumours Al in 1953 after it had been Ruffied the delegates to reject swept Havana saturday that charged with harbouring rack he had been found but at steers. In september the Al Nightfall authorities said Wojcio convention at san fran Trace had been discovered. The Cisco satisfied that Tolfe Ila air Force announced the search had made Progress in cleaning will be resumed at Dawn to a out corrupt elements voted to it. The approved Ila uni 1,340 against previously had if cation. John h. Dwyer of new York Day. American Rescue planes joined in the operation late saturday. Admit the Ila into the United labor movement if it could work out a satisfactory merger with the brotherhood. The merger claiming it was a phoney merger with All the value of a Hitler Larry Long St. Louis Ibl president pledged that if the Ila is thrown out of the Al Cio As it was from the Al the Ibl elements a Ould remain with the federation As they did in 1953. Companies by lady Churchill arrived. Churchill gave the v sign for Victory and taking his time climbed five Steps to a platform and sat Down. At this Point Montgomery arrived. So did the horse. As the Field marshal mounted the platform Steps and took out his notes the Hose broke the silence with a blood curdling laugh. Ignoring the animal Montgomery launched into his Speed. Turning to sir Winston he said let future generations remember How he Churchill took tyranny by the Throat and Tore Freedom from its where Yeeee went the horse. After Brief hesitation the Field marshal continued future generations will not Only need but will also desire to know what sir Winston Churchill looked Wheelee Yeeee laughed the horse again. Sir Winston grinned. Montgomery glared at the animal but went on and nobody knows better than a British Soldier How a turn to Page 2, col. 1 Paris to be site of pre Summit talks Hagerty Washington a president Eisenhower and the leaders of Britain France and West Germany were reported agreed saturday to meet in Paris dec. 19. There they will seek to unify their policies for a Summit conference next Spring with soviet Premier Khrushchev. The formal agreement for the Western Summit conference will be announced today in Washington and the three european capitals. This was disclosed saturday by White House press Secretary James c. Hagerty. Hagerty made his announcement after a Long saturday morning conference with president Eisenhower and Secretary of state Herter. Nato session prior to the december meeting of the Heads of government the foreign ministers of the Western Powers intend to meet in Paris for a session of the North Atlantic treaty Council. Herter and h 1 s British French and German colleagues Are expected to use this time to put policy recommendations into final shape for their chiefs. The Summit schedule beginning dec. 19, Marks a Victory for French president de Gaulle and his insistence on a gradual approach to negotiations with Khrushchev. Over All schedule the Over All schedule will allow time before that for 1. Extensive policy planning for the Western governments on the whole Range of East West issues which May come up at a Summit but particularly the future of West Berlin and the Outlook for disarmament. 2. A visit to the United states by de Gaulle who wants to come Here prior to the big East West conference 3. A visit to France by Khrushchev which will not Only provide a new Opportunity for East West discussions but also add prestige Tode Gaulle s standings As an influential Leader on the Western Side. Civil War vet remains under oxygen tent Houston Texas Imp i Walter Williams 116. Remained under an oxygen tent saturday. The last surviving Veteran of the civil War has been stricken with pneumonia a third time since mid summer. Believe wreckage of missing Airliner sighted Charlottesville a. A authorities worked feverishly saturday night to Derek mine if an unidentified object sighted in the Blue Ridge mountains was a Piedmont airlines plane missing for More than a Day with 27 persons aboard. But by Midnight a civil air patrol official said no one had gotten close enough to identify what a Park Ranger spotted 45 Miles Southwest of Here. State police parried unofficial reports that the wreckage of the dc3 was seen. They said earlier reports concerning possible survivors appeared to be unfounded. Nevertheless Rescue squads teams from localities in the Buena Vista area stood by ready to move in if needed. Authorities said they received a dozen Calls from Mountain area residents who said they heard an explosion Friday night. The plane was last heard from minutes before it was due to land at Charlottesville. Park Range themselves reported hearing an explosion. Well informed sources said the new Center of the search about 45 Miles Southwest of Charlottesville was in a direct line with the missing plane s flight route from Washington to Charlottesville. A reliable source theorized that the Pilot could have missed the Charlottesville Airfield and then Over the mountains tried to turn Back but instead smashed into the Mountain. It was noted that the Mountain was appreciably taller than the plane s Normal Altitude of 4,000 feet. The Pilot George Lavrinc 32, a native of Bridgewater pa., first was employed by Piedmont As a radio technician. He had been first officer since 1051. Weather Racine area sunday november 1, 19s9 partly Cloudy today and monday. A Little warmer to Day slightly cooler tonight. High today in the Low 50s, Low tonight in the mid sos. Westerly Winti 18 to 25 Miles an hour. Elsewhere in Wisconsin partly Cloudy and a Little warmer in the Northwest portion and partly Cloudy in the South. Mostly Cloudy and a Chance of Snow flurries in the North portion on monday. High today 44 to 52. Low tonight mostly in the 30s

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