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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 23, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times sunday bulletin february 23, 193�. It vib death eyes foolish fliers Federal statistics reveal it it hedge hopping and stunting cited As crash causes. Altitude of 1,500 feet and without ?� some of the accidents recorded in the bureaus to files were to unlicensed pilots flying unlicensed air planes. Federal regulations make i stall and dive straight Down into uie River with the engine running wide ?� another a Ohe circled the town twice waving occasionally at people below. While thus engaged one Wing struck a Guy wire support which threw the plane directly into a water Tower. Did not continued from Page i Altitude Over the surrounding Region making Steep Banks and of a he states re Julie that a11 air Craft operating within their Bor have his safety Belt fastened and the Impact threw him Clear of the plane. The plane fell to the census compulsory for interstate ground at the base of the Bank commercial operations and Many then rolled Down a 50-foot a its body then rolled Down a Vine passing Over turns. It was last seen by observers on the ground when it disappeared Over the brow of a Hill and a few seconds later the sound of the crash was heard. The student Pilot and a passenger who accompanied him were killed. Ders be federally licensed. Hedge hopping ride. As it did so. The passenger owes her life to the fact that she was held firmly in her seat by her in states which do not have safety Belt which had been prop such requirements it is possible Erly ?� a of Showoff meets doom. This was a Pilot carrying mail but no passengers a of class of school children and from the position in which the Craft or airman applying and their teacher at saw the air plane was found it was Evi meeting the requirements for the plane approaching the school Dent that it either stalled or flew License desired and a majority House from the Northwest at an for unlicensed aircraft and airmen to operate legally. However licenses will be issued by the Bureau of air Commerce to any air directly into the ground. There of noncommercial aircraft own Altitude of 150 to 200 feet. After Cense i. Basics and Low flying were outstanding fatal accidents. Illegal acrobatics 8. Illegal acrobatics and Low flying 4. Illegal acrobatics and licensed pilots flying unlicensed aircraft 2. Illegal acrobatics Low flying and other violations 2. Low flying 4. Low flying and miscellaneous violations 4. Unlicensed Pilot flying licensed aircraft i. Licensed Pilot flying aircraft with expired License i. Miscellaneous la. The la fatal accidents listed under a of miscellaneous involved a total of 16 different violations including students carrying passengers 4 overloading i instructing an unlicensed student i incompetency and performance of acts contrary to Public safety 8 flying for hire in aircraft with expired License i flying for hire outside of area authorized by i was no indication of a spin. All controls were connected and safeties and there was no indication of structural failure. The dual controls for student instruction had not been removed from the passenger s compartment. Four regulations ignored. In its Public statement on the Accident the air Commerce by started on a wild hedge hopping Reau s Accident Board stated ride. He was seen heading in the a corrective measures for Acci direction of a Farmers to Home. A dents of this nature exist in the few minutes later the Farmer saw air Commerce regulations. The 1 him flying at a Low Altitude Over ers take out licenses because of circling the schoolhouse and los License a safeguard the standing it gives them and ing Altitude to about 50 feet above the fact that an air plane does for the thorough checks on air the ground the Pilot increased not Bear a department of Corn Worth iness and airman ship which the Speed of the engine and flew Merce License is not necessarily License applications involve. To a Point about i % Miles North 1 to be taken As meaning that the the Accident about to be eclat of the school and while still los Craft is Unai worthy and unsafe de had an unlicensed Pilot flying ing Altitude attempted to turn i a Man May own a Safe and Airan unlicensed air plane built by which would allow him to pass in j worthy air plane which he does himself As its Central character front of the school again. Near i not wish to use for interstate after taking off the Pilot the completion of this turn and commercial operations and May while in a Steep Bank the right elect to have Only identification Accident Board wishes to Call attention to the regulations violated in this flight and which invited just such an Accident. A of. A student Pilot was carrying a passenger. �?o2. The dual controls in the passenger to cockpit were not disconnected. �?o3. The entire flight was made below the minimum prescribed Altitude of 500 feet. �?o4. Acrobatic Maneu vers were performed below the prescribed a Grove of Trees and then pass numbers assigned without a License. On the other hand any air plane which bears a valid License complies with the Bureau Wing touched the ground throwing the plane out of control killing the Pilot and completely destroying the aircraft a a a. A letter found in the wreckage Evi of air Commerce airworthiness Over an open Field so Low that he j Dently written by the Pilot re j requirements. The no preceding had to zoom to get Over Telephone Quested the school children to its number n designating United and Power wires. Write him and let him know How states registry and a Commer dives at children. Close to the door of the school he Cial is evidence that these re next in this remarkable series had dropped the ?� j quire ments have been met. For of Maneu vers was a dive at a a of entertainment for people on the unlicensed air plane there is group of children in a nearby the ground always the possibility that it May Field and then the Pilot turned j a from several witnesses it be like the one involved in the and headed Back in the direction was Learned that this Pilot habit Accident next to be recounted. Of the farm. The plane was so rally flew Low Over where this was a Small air plane from Low that the Farmer was afraid he lived and on this flight he which the original engine had it would hit him. He dropped to was observed diving the plane been removed and a larger one the ground and Lay prone As the and making vertical Banks close substituted. The bigger engine ship passed Over. The Pilot called to the ground. Made the air plane overpowered. Suit w As eligible for Only an or or restricted License. In its last flight the air plane was flown by a Pilot licensed in the private Grade. Earlier in the Day the Pilot had flown the plane to a High Altitude and then put it into a Long Power dive leveling out at about 1,000 feet. The fatal flight was a repetition of this Power drive. Pulling out the air plane appeared to observers on the ground to be in trouble. It wavered in the air made a Steep left turn and then started a dive toward the ground. At about 400 or 500 feet the left Wing w As carried away throwing the air plane completely out of control. It crashed in the rear of a residence and burst into flames setting fire to two residences and a warehouse. Statistics Tell Story. The Accident boards to opinion was that the Accident probably was caused by poor judgment on the part of the Pilot for subjecting a commercial air plane modified for Long distance flying it to prohibitive loads. This was an error in judgment rather than a violation but the Pilot had been seen to engage in illegal acrobatics at a Low Altitude during his earlier flight. A Pilot May violate the regulations repeatedly without suffering an Accident and there undoubtedly Are Many violations of the air Commerce regulations and air traffic rules which never come to the attention of the Bureau. But available statistics and general observation Point unmistakably to the fact that the Pilot who ignores regulations or makes a practice of violating them thereby multiplies the hazards and risks in his flying. A big night at y. In. C. A. Great activity on every floor protect your skin against March winds facial tissues need the invigorating and protective assistance of our Beaute masque and Protection Cream to withstand the Rigours of March winds. Make your next Beauty treatment a refreshing facial. Phone your appointment now to. W Ibea Oty studio mrs. Irene o. Lawler owner and proprietor silo Washington Avenue Jackson 6161 out to him As he flew past. Turning sharply As if to come Back toward tile Farmer the air plane slipped out of a turn and the Wing caught in a tree. It crashed and the Pilot Wras killed. Flying in Valley. Unusually sensitive and difficult at the time of the Accident he to control. The air plane was not licensed and the owner Pilot held Only a student Pilot to License. He disregards warnings. Friends had advised the own Toner not to Fly the air plane with this was flying Down a Valley at an Altitude lower than the tops of nearby Trees. While attempting a vertical Bank at this Altitude he despite the fact that the Pilot apparently allowed the plane to and air plane were not licensed slip causing it to strike some new engine installed. Even a vet they still were subject to the air j electric wires which were 25 to i eran Pilot they told him we Tould traffic rules which apply to All 30 feet High and in front of the have difficulty in making a test aircraft in flight and Are to guard residence of -. This threw to flight and one with his limited the safety not Only of the air the plane on its Back and against experience was Likely to have plane and Pilot themselves but the Wall of or. Its House j serious trouble. He disregarded also other aircraft and airmen j striking at a Point about 5 feet in the Vici fity and persons and property on the ground. The hedge hopping Joy flier therefore Wras flying in violation of the from the ground. Fire followed ?� Low flying a othe Pilot flying a fully Load these warnings and took off with his air plane. Coming Back for a Marion Liakos 15, daughter of or. And mrs. Anton Liakos 407 Park View feb. 13. Mrs. Ernest Pope 63, 1754 Villa Street feb. 14. Carl Christian Poulsen 72, danish old people s Home feb. 14. Henry l. Johnson 29, 1609 Grange Avenue feb. 14. Miss Nelia Jacobson 71, formerly of Racine in Milwaukee feb. 14. John n. Van Der Vries 59, in Winnetka iu., feb. 14. Albert John Wright 68, formerly of Racine in Indianapolis ind., feb. 14. Carl c. Stuhr 60, 1105 Irving place feb. 15. Mrs. Mary e. Monroe 1044 Villa Landing he started in correctly a Reet feb 15 and witnesses said he probably mrs to Sarah Sandberg. 84. 921 would have completed the Man West Lawn Avenue feb. 15. Provisions prohibiting de plane on a hot bumpy Day Euver successfully had he con Peter Dunkirk 79 Union Grove acrobatic flights at Low altitudes circled the town at an Altitude tinted with it. Instead he opened Pek but the Bureau of air Commerce j of about 400 feet. Over one Edge the throttle to go aloft for an j is a Charles Wood 46 Erie did not Send him a notice of a re of the town he attempted a Down other attempt. Street Road feb. 17. Ported violation. The Accident had we find turn allow ted the plane to he Over controlled putting the Axel a. Simonson 50 1954 state exacted its own to penalty. J stall and the plane spun to the Craft into a dangerous Steep climb Street feb. 17. References to illegal acrobatics ground crashing in a Garden be which nearly resulted in a stall mrs. Posa Ujj Ocain 83, 419 Mel and Low flying Are found time of j two teen two residences. The engine and spin. However he regained ter time in Bureau of air com functioned properly until the control and started to Circle for Merce statements of probable cause. For example another reckless flier. A othe Pilot and passenger a a a ?� stunts take big toll. Many others could be added to the foregoing. In the 6-months period previously mentioned a proceeded up the River diving at i january to june 1935, which is boats and at times nearly touching the water a a a the plane we tas seen to dive and make a Complete Circle below the level of the River Bank a a a to climb to approximately too feet in a zoom the most recent for which statistics on violation accidents Are available there were 81 fatal accidents of which 37 were violation accidents. Among the 37 fatal violation accidents illegal acro his second attempt at Landing. In making a Steep left hand turn at an Altitude of about 75 feet he Vin Avenue feb. 19. Mrs. Christine Andersen 68, 1523 Boyd Avenue feb. 19. Robert Leslie 12, son of or. And mrs. L. W. Vannatta 3229 of a of activity a is the word that would describe fully the scene at the y. W. C. A. Last evening. From gymnasium where As Many As possible were Busy with disks and shuffle Board Sticks making Large scores or Small to the third floor where the participants were playing table Tennis deck Tennis quoits Bridge monopoly parch Eesi and others arriving at the refreshment table just in time to get the last bottle of their favorite kind of pop and still find some cookies left High school students were entering into the full meaning of the word. There was no Lull on the other two floors. The two table Tennis courts were Busy the checkers held pairs in thoughtful silence Over their next a of move a the second floor was reserved for those interested in dancing and Many there were that took advantage of the Good music the Large floor and even the Wicker chairs for resting Between dances. Or. Mandel from the y. M. C. A. Started the evening off at 8 30 with mixers and games that made everyone feel at Home and acquainted. Announcements were made then about the varieties of activities on each floor where and when to present tickets for refreshments and the evening was on. The orchestra played a Home Sweet Home at 11 50 which gave everyone a Chance to find galoshes Coats hats scarfs gloves and earmuffs and still get the last bus Home a or get the car started on the Way out people were asking a when is the next one a which by the Way is to be March 14, at the y. M. C. A. Junior High girl reserves celebrated the first president to birthday with a party at the y. W. C. A. Yesterday afternoon from 2 30 to 5. Games were begun in the gymnasium with Marion Meigs and Charlotte Williams in charge. Everyone was warmed up playing partners Tay and the other new games. Miss Meigs and miss Williams taught. After the games in the gymnasium the group went to the third floor where a special program was put on by some of the girl Reserve clubs. A play by the Hilltop girl reserves dances by Virginia Jorgenson and Betty Downs from the Blue Triangle girl Reserve club songs by the girl Reserve glee club and a stunt a othe Melle Dramer a by the Garfield girl reserves. Paddle pops were served. Miss Herma Hudson and miss Eleanor Harris assisted with the refreshments. New officers were elected at the last meeting of Wachaka clubs Dagnar Dvorak will be the new Sophomore president. The new Junior president and Doris Gilmore is the Leader of the senior group. Plans for potluck suppers Sleigh rides and invitation ceremonials Are being discussed for the near future. Births ter racial forum at 3 30 today at the Milwaukee y. W. C. A., when miss Marion Cuthbert of new York will speak. This meeting is open to All those interested. The y. W. C. A. Membership committee will meet at the association building tuesday evening at 7 30 Oclock to Complete plans for the annual enrolment week March 24-31. About a year ago the foreign communities committee of the y. W. C. A. Instituted a series of know your neighbor nights. The plans for each evening were made and carried out by a different nationality group. A very great interest was developed in the Folk dances which were naturally an important part of the entertainments presented. Consequently the foreign communities committee is now sponsoring a series of know your neighbors to dance nights. The first of these is to be on Friday february 28, and will be a lithuanian dance in charge of miss Bernice Klapat. A group of lithuanian Young people will demonstrate the dances and then everyone present will have the fun of doing them themselves. Working with miss Klapat on her committee Are mrs. George Colman miss Olga Bewon and miss Lydia Adolph. Tomorrow evening the Lewo com club is having a pot Luck supper followed by a business meeting at which election of officers will take place. The chorus will practice promptly at 8 Oclock and at 9 Oclock the dramatic group will meet. Miss Aurora Wiley will describe her travels in Russia at the monday evening supper meeting of the Blue Triangle club. Or. And mrs. Einer Alstad 1241 Lasalle Street a son feb. 14. Or. And mrs. Clarence Kruse 1930 Hayes Avenue a son feb. 14 or. And mrs. Edward Olson 1521 Hamilton Street a daughter feb. 14. Or. And mrs. Claude Jung Milwaukee a son feb. 14. Or. And mrs. Jung formerly lived in Racine or. And mrs. Harold Organ 1328 Cleveland Avenue a daughter feb la. Or. And mrs. Matt Jaeger 1617 West Street a son feb. 5. Or. And mrs. Pasquale setting 1801 Racine Street a son feb. 15. Or. And mrs. Nathan Levine 1419 % West sixth Street a daughter feb. 16. Or. And mrs. Michael Nicholls 3524 Osborne Boulevard a daughter feb. 16. Or. And mrs. Aage Christensen 915 Carroll Street a daughter Feu 16. Or. And mrs. Philip Arne 1128 Marquette Street a daughter feb 13. Or. And mrs. Myron m. Seitz 1817% Erie Street a daughter feb. 18. Or. And mrs. Alfred Pfankuch 1135% Hamilton Street a son feb. 17. Or. And mrs. Thomas Shinske 719% Hamilton Street a son feb. 19. Or. And mrs. G. W. Nield 4308 Wilson Road Kenosha a daughter feb. 17. Over controlled again. The air borne Boulevard feb. 19. Plane fell into a spin crashed and the Pilot was killed. Crash causes fire. Another fatal Accident in circumstances similar in some re mrs. Jensine Christensen 75, 1128 Arthur Avenue feb. 20. Maurice Burke 49, of Loraine Ohio in Racine feb. 20. Frank w. Jones 79, formerly of aspects occurred in an air plane Racine in Waukegan 111., feb. 18. Which had been remodeler for mrs. William Phelps 61, North Long distance flying and As a re of Union Grove feb. 19. An enterprising London taxi Driver because of the ban on Auto horns at night carries a cuckoo clock and has it a Ostriker during a fog. Canada to Folk songs undergo modernization Montreal a a. Murray Gibbon Canadian author is a of modernizing c a n a d a to folic songs. He is writing new lyrics on Canadian themes Sung to old tunes gathered from Folk songs of the various racial groups which have come to Settle in Canada. Gibbon is using famous Canadian paintings Hung in the National gallery at Ottawa and in private collections As the backgrounds for the new lyrics. A a 1 \ a committee of five White and five coloured women and girls Are making a study of the needs of coloured girls in Racine. The findings Are being carefully tabulated and studied. This interracial committee will hold its third meeting Friday at 8 Oclock at the y. W. C. A. They also expect to attend the in As evidence or continued growth and ability to serve the insuring Public Fagan Newell Mcqueen co announces the following Board of directors last week i february discount Sale on permanent Waves 25% off on any permanent listed below $3.50 Paragon push up wave $2.63 $4.25 la coiffure the French Oil. $3.19 $5.00 Vogue aristocrat Oil .$3.75 $6.00 Custon made blended Oil. .$4.50 $6.50 Frederic Vita tonic .$4.88 $7.00 genuine Eugene .$5.25 $7.50 Meraline emulsified Oil $5.62 $8.50 Reviva tone process.$6.38 phone your appointment Jackson 750 Beauty Salon second floor Rahns to in in in my is Iii trn in to in irs Tia More Chaa Chat a this week brings that extra leap year Day. Leap year was Ever a time to speak it Chis time with a splendid photograph of you. Let in speak up for you if ifs the kind it spark cake it i Jas. S. Allan n. A. Botsford t. S. Mcqueen f. W. 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