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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 24, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 31, of pilgrims streaming into holy land by the associated press caroling pilgrims flocked to the scene of Christ to birth on this sunday before Christmas a symbolizing anew the ceaseless quest for peace of a world in the Shadow of nuclear destruction. By the thousands pilgrims poured into the City where Christ died. Many walked to the Village of Bethlehem 12 Miles to the South where he was born. Despite Gray skies and blustery winds which closed Jordan to Airport for the past two Days about 10,000 already Are Here. As the Airport reopened charter flights from Rome London and the United states unloaded a steady Stream of pilgrims. The number will be swelled today when 2,900 Arab christians from Israel Are permitted to Cross the Border for a 24-hour visit with their relatives. The official ceremonies begin when bearded roman patriarch Alberto Gouri leads a procession to the Basilica of the holy nativity in Bethlehem. This procession begins the ceremonies that will not end until Jan. 19 when the armenian Church Cele Brates its Christmas. Here a in the Church dating Back 16 centuries the patriarch in a Midnight ceremony on Christmas eve will place a doll like figure of the Christ child on the supposedly exact site where he was born. Despite nagging worry of world tension and the Shadow of individual tragedies a Europe whose Christmas stocking is bursting with Prosperity prepared to celebrate the Day with feasts and Gay parties a and with the Church Cere monies of the various Christian faiths. Winter sports resorts in the Alps were booked solid a As were Riviera Sunshine spots. In Berlin where 800 lighted Christmas Trees decorum to Page 2, col. I the Racine j0urnal-times 51. Racine wis., sunday december 24, 1961 70 ?"8 ?"20 cents Sherman Texas a up a Ray Roberts and Bob Slagle or. Who Learned their politics at the knee of the late Sam Rayburn shot into a Runoff saturday night in a special House election to name Rayburn to successor. They Defeated four other contenders All of major stature in Texas 4th congressional District. One of the Defeated was a Republican. Expected Jan. 30 Rayburn to name was missing from a House election ballot for the first time in almost a half Century. Voting totals despite bitter weather far exceeded most expectations. Gov. Price Daniel is expected to set the Runoff election Jan. 30. Slagle a Marine in world War ii is considered the most Liberal although he would not Label himself As such. He backs the Kennedy administration and political leaders considered by texans As the Liberal group. Organized labor backed him. No Label Roberts a Gray haired quiet affable Man will not Label himself Liberal or conservative. He said he is tight with a Public Dollar but Liberal with people to troubles. The 4th has the smallest congressional District population in Texas and sixth smallest in the nation at 216,371. Holiday travel Vej sweetest gift of All urge caution we three Kings of Orient Are a Golden background symbolic of the Star of Bethlehem and of the Gold frankincense and myrrh which the three Kings of the Orient Laid at the crib in Bethlehem keynotes this nativity scene in the Joseph Fronk Home at 4623 Erie St. Gold lame fabric covers the wooden base and the Star and Christmas tree bulbs illuminate tile scene. Mrs. Fronk painted the porcelain figurines of the three Kings in pastel colors. A Journ i time photo traffic deaths ahead of 60 Yule period by the associated press i the Pace of traffic deaths across the nation this Christmas Holiday weekend increased saturday and was running about 20 per cent ahead of last year to toll. At Midnight the toll was 195 dead in traffic 19 in fires and 30 in miscellaneous accidents a total of 244. Traffic fatalities were occurring at a rate of More than seven an hour a figure higher than the pre Holiday estimate of the National safety Council. The National safety Council estimated 500 traffic deaths for the weekend which began at 6 . Local time Fri pand and improve its surgical a it s a 6-foot Candy Cane Cleveland a up a while driving with her boy Friend near a resort area last summer miss Gayle Zubek saw a traffic Marker painted like a Candy Cane. Would no to it be Nice to have a Candy Cane that big she remarked to Brian p. Stock 19, of suburban Lakewood. Saturday Stock delivered his Christmas present to the Home of the 20-year-old miss Zubek. It was a six foot Candy Cane. Stock who works on a soft drink delivery truck said he had to go All the Way out to Willoughby East of Cleveland to find a Candy maker who would attempt the big piece of Candy. The Candy maker George j. Brandt said it was the biggest Candy Cane he Ever made. Start $100,000 project at St. Mary s Hospital Juk s father off critical list on roads alter Savage storm by the associated press blowing Drifting Snow produced hazardous driving conditions and slowed Holiday travel in Southeastern Wisconsin late saturday after a storm that brought As much Asio to 12 inches of new Snow in some areas. In mid afternoon after the storm had moved out of the state motorists were still forced to drive slowly and with extreme care South of a line from Prairie Duchien to Milwaukee. Roads in that Section were reported Slippery and drifted. A a a a., North of the line roads Are St. Marys Hospital has be mated that an average of open t0 travel with Only of. Gun a $100,000 project to sex about 20 operations major a Vional Slippery spots and minor Are performed Racine residents a Lookin Day night and ends at mid facilities on the fifth floor night monday. J project to compleat the record traffic death toll of next Spring will add four for a weekend. Weather by daily at St. Mary s. I Forward to a White Christmas approved by Council will have to make do with the the building project part seven windblown inches three Day Christmas operating rms new equip of a Ong Range expansion at which swirled through the i was 609 in 1955.ment and result in greater so Mary to was approved by area saturday according to this also is the record traffic efficiency according to sister the provincial Council of the the Milwaukee it toll for any three Day Holiday in. Alverna o.s.f., operating i order of St. Francis when Reau. Period. Room supervisor. Ton which operates St. That All theres going to West Palm Beach the bedside of president far the 73-year-old Man can Good. But the degree of fun the record for any Holiday i sister Alverna said All the Aryl to six of us to hospitals be at least until Atter tin St a it a official word that to Kennedy to stricken father emerge from the paralysis tonal recovery is a predict period was a four Day Christ present rooms will he Reeler two orphan Homes and one Mas. Seph p. Kennedy no longer is but there remains a prob brought by last tuesday to ?� Mas period in 1956 when 706 rated and ceilings lowered Giris to he to in the ,,1- 1 he Wea her Bureau also believed in danger of Early ably Long period of watchful stroke. J a a some lessening Ner sync a pop kilted in traffic to. ??z sister m. Hyacinth ost., promises Cit a skies and Lair death eased tension saturday hopeful waiting to see How two Milwaukee policemen arrested linked to burglary administrator at the report which took the this bulletin officially con mishaps. Last Christmas also one at a time so As to not _ patients to name from the hos firmed what medical author a three Day Holiday the toll interfere with surgery at the Are hit for the building Hospital. Sister Alverna Estiz to project is Al j. Seitz and Gem journey should be a More Milwaukee a up a detective inspector Rudolph Glaser said saturday night warrants will be sought tuesday. The filling station was burglarized Early saturday. Pitalo to critical list said it can not be predicted How much he will recover from the paralysis affecting his right Arm and leg the left Side of his face and his speech. No More bulletins newsmen were told there will be no further Hospital turn to Page 2, col. I i was 488 killed in traffic. St. Mary to weather. Cite example Santa to Reindeer powered m a it i uni Utu i cd Cai in Dulu Quay. 1 that two Milwaukee police 0rva, her truck Driver bulletin on the condition of men had been taken into us the former ambassador to it great Britain unless his con saw a White police station Tody in connection with the Wagon across the Street from. $296 burglary of a service Sta-1 the station Early in the Day a to on should change marked lion and that one of the men und one of the officers Metily or. Bet or or 0rse admitted the theft out of be car and enter thei White House press Secre i station. Itary Pierre Salinger brought Giasemi i cult n to tied the men As in inc in to tint Fin the in patrolmen William a Duelene Lierman said he thought i Date on the re Ruimin William a. A beige n edition of the president s father 29, married and the father of the action of the and patrolman Norman was strange. He telephoned. Niemi 29, who is married the station owner Joseph ambassador Kennedy Sui but has no children. Kenning. Red a stroke on dec. 19, j. A 19 it a. Resulting in paralysis of the inspector said nudge Kenning came Down to the j re it restricting admitted that he and Niemi station and found that a Glass is it for speech. Burglarized the station Early panel ii an overhead door had he it 24 h he a Jas saturday. Duelge turned overseen broken and the Money shown consider8ble $146 of the Money taken which had been in an oil1 Glaser said and the rest was drum missing. He called to recovered in a Park where lice and Duelge and Niemi Duelge said his partner hid it. Were among those who came Niemi refused to admit that to investigate the burglary. He had taken part in the Burg the two patrolmen were Lary Glaser said but both taken to Headquarters Glaser men were summarily Dis said. Missed by police chief How the men were the first of Ard c. Johnson. They were filers to be involved in any pm. ,. A ordered held in the City jail Type of possible theft or Burg. G Over Trio weekend. Burglary Lary in Milwaukee since 1957.1 local news Page 8 Erat contractor is Johnson amp pleasant one than several Henrickson co., Racine. Jaunts taken by some people the next project in the Long on Racine roads saturday. Range expansion will be Reno Lake Donald l. Brushwood vation of the Nursery. Of Milwaukee for example. Moved therapy laity saturday he managed i i Oca no i j to drive his own Auto into a in i960 the Hospital moved. .1 a. N Ai. E ditch on the 7-Mtle Road did hts physical therapy from the to., of in j the same thing to a second filth to the ground floor and this year set up a new recovery area adjacent to the operating rooms. Currently the surgery floor has four operating rooms besides other rooms. When the building project is completed. There will be three rooms for turn to Page 8, col. 5 ment and his general Condi i i Hon is no longer critical. The prognosis As to survival is in this Section world . And slate news pages 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, to 12 a wit photo Omer Cill i s to i in Berlin a West German residents saturday gave Christmas presents to two american soldiers Manning an armoured vehicle near Chee Point Challie on i Iii inc divided City. A it 11 no Nim Iii 1 my Iii in in ii Minim no paper. Will be published by the journal times monday Christmas Day. On Christ Mas morning journal times Carrier salesmen will follow their tradition of delivering Calendar Christmas greetings to their customers. Racine area news will be broadcast on Christmas Day by Wren at 7 45 and 8 45 . And at 12 15, 5 30 and to . it Hitlin 1 vehicle which he a borrowed Quot was arrested for Auto theft turn to Page 2, col. 3 Racine area weather mostly Cloudy Little temperature change today. Clearing later becoming mostly fair tonight. Monday partly Cloudy cold. High today near 30. Low tonight 15 to 20. Elsewhere in state partly Cloudy West mostly Cloudy East Little temperature change today. Mostly fair tonight. Monday partly Cloudy a Little warmer Northwest portion. Chance of Light Snow Northwest late monday. High today 26 to 32, Low tonight 5 to to North to to % Snow impedes texans elect two to vie for Rayburn s seat

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