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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 25, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 31, no. 23. Racine wis., sunday september 25, 1960 76 pages-5 sections-20 cents oldster 73, is Back in school Bottineau . I be got the time i be got the Money and i be got just enough ambition to want to go to so said Robert e. Bruce. And he went to school despite his approaching Jan. 20 74th birthday. Bice became the oldest student Ever to enrol at Bottineau state school of forestry when he became a freshman this fall. He s been a professional band musician has sold musical instruments and taught children to play so it s not surprising that Bruce s favorite school activity is band. Treat him just like the rest of the students says band director Arnold Opland. A 1961 school budget total . Discloses plans for new \ space vehicle a san Francisco i their Force announced saturday plans for space a Hicie 0 intercept and identity unknown orbiting objects. The research and develop a meat program has been Given the name of Saint. It. Gen. Roscoe c. Wilson Deputy chief of Staif Tor development told a Point meeting of the night fighters Assn. And air Force Assn. That the air Force and other elements defense department Are acquiring the capability of keeping close track of the Vari Ous Man made objects now orbiting the Earth. Explains project a e do not however have tie capability of determining at close Range the nature or in ing $7i,-i million $1 million mentions of objects in orbit and above the current year s future circumstances May re spending was proposed sat quire that we have the ability urday by the Board of Educa to do Wilson said. " lion s committee of the whole. Project Saint looks toward a 1 lie amount would be a rec vehicle which could rendezvous Ord High for the school system in space with unknown orbiting if approved by the City coun object.? for. Identification Pur cil. I Flie school Board will adopt Wilson also disclosed that 1961 budget and Forward the air Force in co operation t to the City Council after a with the defense department s pub c hearing at 8 . Advanced research projects wednesday in City hall., Agency is conducting research revenues total spa million on the feasibility of using a nearly so million of the satellite system to Mercep Teggi budget will come from and destroy enemy inter Conti fed ate and county aids rental ballistic missiles. Tuition textbook rentals and detects exhaust other commercial. Revenues. Wilson said the satellite the City school tax will raise would detect the exhaust plume the rest of the Money needed As the icbms Rose from the at last november the City Moshere before it could take Council trimmed $100,0 30 off evasive action and while it was the school Board s proposed most vulnerable. I960 budget. We feel assured that we can the biggest share of next attain such a by the late year s appropriations will go said Wilson. For student instruction which Wilson further reported that covers teachers salaries text the air Force is studying de books and school libraries and signs for a winged manned be supplies. The school Board hide which could take off Earma Keil $4,742,000, about 65 from the Earth go into orbit or cent of the budget for and return solely under its own these items. To Var. Ask More for salaries barring cutbacks Man electrocuted for All school employees Beavertown teachers admin i s t r a t o r s. Khrushchev fires new blast at u Board proposes $1 million boost in school budget employees accounts for the Overall salary increase. The City added about 35 teachers to its staff this fall and sex turn to Page 4, col. 1 fears attack Oil Laos capital Vientiane Laos up Premier Prince Sou Van a Houma charged saturday night rebel and thai forces May be preparing to attack this capital. The United nations might intervene before the mounting crisis explodes into War he suggested. U. S., British and French foreign ministers Are meeting to discuss the situation in new York he said and Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold is expected to take up the matter with the thai foreign minister monday. Meanwhile he added intelligence reports indicate that Thailand s Side of the Mekong _ _ Joseph Mobutu River opposite this adminis hour Long meeting sat ties disarm pact to revamping of the world group Glen Cove . I a soviet Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev keeping up his drum fire assault on the United nations saturday night tied any Hope for disarmament agreement to his proposals for revamping the Structure of the world organization. Unless his plan for modifying the framework of the . Is adopted the Kremlin Leader said solemnly we will likewise be unable to solve the disarmament in an extraordinary and Surprise 40-minute news conference at the soviet estate Here Khrushchev launched a bitter attack against . Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold. Derides Dag at one Point Khrushchev called Hammarskjold a Lackey of the imperialist the news conference had a War photo youngsters held anti Khrushchev signs and jeered As the soviet Premier s motor Cade neared the russian diplomatic missions s estate at Glen Cove n. Y. Started out to be a routine affair at the soviet Retreat where Khrushchev was supposed to be spending a leisurely weekend. Then he begin his surpise that he termed the "imperal-. Attack. The . Should have three secretaries general instead of one and added one should be picked by Congo strongman holds Parley with Lumumba Leopold Ville. The Congo John Mccurdy 50, of Dills clerks maintenance men Etc. Burg was electrocuted Satur Day when he tossed a bucket $5 of water on a burning Tele per cent compared with this Ision set. The fire began when year. A television Antenna outside additional personnel and a Mccurdy s Home toppled Over wage hike which the Board of High tension Hopes it can i

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