Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
29 Jan 1961

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29 Jan 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 29, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine vol. 32, no. 4. Racine. Wis. Sunday january 22, 1961 70 ?"5 ?"20 cents Jet Airliner crashes in sea 6 men perish Amagansett ?" apr a $5 million Jet air a liner on a training flight rolled Over in the air saturday and crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off the eastern1 Thomas k. Finletter . And Brazil discuss Fate of hijacked liner tip of Long Island with a loss of six lives. No passengers were in the plane. The victims aboard the american airlines Boeing 707 were three instructors and three Jet trainees. There were no survivors. What caused the crash was not known immediately. Planes normally Are put through More strenuous Maneu vers on train Kennedy names sex air Secretary As nato envoy Washington Pic Quot a think the appointment of or. Finletter signifies the importance the president attaches to the nato ?� practice Finletter practice Law be hold passenger in bomb hoax linked to Racine Ern ment service j Finletter to career in government began in 1941 when he was named special assistant to Sec. Of state Cordell Hull Finletter held the Post until 11944. He was consultant to the american delegation to the i conference which founded the United nations in 194,5. He ing flights than in regular passenger service. I president Kennedy saturday the huge Airliner capable of appointed Thomas k. Finletter carrying 179 passengers had former Secretary of the air off from new York to Force under pres. Half tru Idlewild Airport about too Man to be the . Ambassador Miles West of Here. To the North Atlantic treaty fore joining a new York invest engine afire organization. Ment banking company in 1926. A othe Diane rolled Over and Pierre Saline Era to Kennedy to he went Back to the banking ?� a fid cant. Frank Ward press Secretary. Told reporters company after a tour of gov a a re a a a a or Nunn a Prairo a Montauk Point fishing boat owner who saw the aircraft s last moments As he was driving West on old Montauk Highway. It straightened out and then i saw an engine on fire a he said. A Oit headed toward the ?� he said he drove to a Point opposite where the plane served As chairman of Truman to crashed and ran to the Beach. No Toni. a Vern air policy commission before a i saw nothing but wreck-1. A de,r01t l unbecoming air Force Secretary age Quot he said. Live was seized by the Fri spent hons Waves spread the debris saturday after he was quoted saturday with top military and along two Miles of Shoreline by an airline ticket clerk As diplomatic advisers reportedly Adolf notel who operates a saying he was carrying a bomb considering ways to bolster restaurant near the crash site. A Oset to go off Over Racine . Might in preparation for said the plane broke into count ?� negotiations with Russia. Less pieces even to the extent pee was in route to Milkau buildup process that seats split in half. Kee with his wife and three the buildup process s sex list victims children to attend a wadding petted to take months but does those aboard the plane were the Fri is holding Hugh la not Rule out a completely unidentified As Cas 46, of Birmingham mich., formal meeting Between Ken capt. Lloyd Reinhard Glen without charge pending an in Nedy and soviet Premier Nikita Cove . Capt. Robert Hin Vest ligation. Khrushchev in the Spring Man Sparta . Capt. Harold a ticket agent at Midway should plans for an informal Engh Clinton Corners in Chicago told police Tai develop there Are none All instructors and capt. John she heard Lucas say the Box yet Kennedy would meet first Coyne Manhasset. . Capt. He was carrying contained a with one or m0re Allied Lead Herbert thing Sparta ., bomb a Oset to go off Over a ers diplomats said and Howard sturdy of Chi ?� some of the results of Ken Cago a flight Engineer All the Box contained a wedding Nedys to conference with Sec. Of trainees. Gift. . Reveals plans to Send 750 Young teachers to Africa Washington a Pic the Taining full Independence from included vice pres. Lyndon b. Unreal states announced sat British Rule. Johnson Gen. Lyman l. A a in a to officials estimate that the Lemm Tzer. Chairman of the urday plans for sending 150 eachers most of whom Wiz be joint chiefs 0f staff. Young american teachers to fresh from College can expect several other advisers help fill a critical teacher Short to make around $3,000 a state Dean Rusk Sec. Of de sense Robert s. Mcnamara and other officials will be reflected in his state of the Union message to Congress monday. Salinger said the conference was concerned with a Oover All world ?� those present Confer on ways to gain release of passengers Rio de Janeiro brazils put a tile United states asked Brazil saturday to Grant the rebel skipper of the hijacked portuguese liner Santa Maria Safe conduct to discharge captive passengers at a brazilian port. Brazilian officials said they would seize the ship and return it to its owners but Grant rebel Captain Henrique Galvao Asylum if he asked for it. A . Official said ambassador John moors Cabot was closeted with brazilian foreign ministry officials in an attempt to bring them around to letting Galvao put his 588 passengers ashore at Recife or Belem. A owe Are negotiating from a humanitarian Angle to get the passengers off the ship a said a . Official. A Othey the brazilians done to want to let the ship into port without interning ?� Quot any Way it can the brazilian foreign ministry said they too were thinking in humanitarian terms and a othe brazilian government w ants to assure the safety of the passengers and will Aid in any Way lit ?� he said the brazilians took the position they must abide by International Law and seize the ship and hold Galvao for questioning at least. A brazilian foreign ministry source said however he believed the ship would put into i a of brazilian ?� he left the j impression this might be re Hong Kong a up a com into an army of farm workers growth is now being instituted life possibly monday Monist China has Given up its taken from their Homes placed a communique from the soup to him Quot big leap Forward and is in Barracks and their children communist party Central Coni asked if he thought Galvao breaking up the people to com left to the care of the state. Mittee meeting in piping last would put into a brazilian port Munes both launched 212 years Western eco n o in i s t s also week ordered reduced work knowing the conditions the ago with great fanfare. Argued red China to rate of in weeks increased rest periods source said a Othats to up to ?� a score of firemen fighting piping has not announced vestment and construction in no night work. Reports said the . Navy one of two spectacular blazes abandonment of either pro the a big leap Forward was too the committee called for in destroyer Wilson May Rendez Gram officially. But a flood of ambitious for the chinese econ creased attention to Quality Vous with the Santa Maria in near Zero weather Satur party directives and first hand Orny t0 support. Rather than Quantity and to the monday 50 Miles off the re Day. Nine firemen were reports of refugees from red piping apparently has final Upkeep and maintenance of in life coast crushed to death under a mourn China provide ample Confirma in faced up to the fact. A pro dust rial Plant and equipment. I meanwhile t h e brazilian and Tain of rubble in one Blaze. Tion. Gram of consolidation rather i armers Are being Given a Oma foreign ministry said . Mali map wire photo Chicago firemen advanced into smouldering ruins saturday searching for other fire fighters trapped inside. Death toll 9 in Chicago Blaze red China abandoning its big leap Forward to Chicago map a Walls collapsed on More than fifteen other firemen were faced with nationwide in than continued unbridled turn to Page 2, col. 8 rescued and hospitalized after rest widespread hunger after age in four East african lands. Each would get a two year i to the Walls of one of two factory disastrous crop failures Pei. A k � in the Ping has ordered a let up in this new ill a jul the operation could work out As a Pilot project for president Kennedy to much discussed a youth ?� contract with a possibility of. A a buildings destroyed two years additional service world . And state news near Northwest Side Blaze caved crash program to overhaul the the program involves Coop pages. .2, 4, 5, 8, 9, Roll in West on the farms and in fac ration among teachers College Severa firemen we an. Tones. At Columbia University Mak local b swered cries for he a from the twin actions appear to the teachers will go to the Ere re College of East Africa at american heritage those buried under the debris be tactical and temporary. Territories of Kenya. , the american govern Section 3.Page 12 of the Walls were crushed westerners denounced the a Uganda and Zanzibar All ment and the governments of of which Are in process of at the four territories. Editorial Page 18 turn to Page 2, col. 5 better grades in school tary aircraft have been Given authorization to resume search flights for the Santa Maria from brazilian territory. Brazil issued an order Friday night grounding . Search planes at Recife and Belem. Brazilian authorities said the turn to Page 2, col. I the factors behind Racine s skyrocketing levies property tax rate 150 to Rise since 45 Tower Falls at Church of Romeo Juliet legend Verona. Italy a up a the editor to note deadline for payment of the record property taxes in Racine is feb. 28. The following Story discusses some of the economic and social changes which have boosted the tax rate to an All time High. From people to communes As Inhui the modern Way to meet a real difficulty in an unman. Farmers were organized portent matter is to Call in an expert. With Many youngsters having difficulties in tile matter of grades which Are of Paramount importance these Days Bell owe of Quot he Ehurd where a we have called in an expert for you. Legend says Rooneo and Juliet he is prof. Leslie j. Nason a specialist in getting better d collapsed sudden grades. J to one was reported injured. His series headlined Quot you can get better grades a the Bell Tower adjoins Tho j i a i a Church of the Benedictine con will appear daily in this newspaper starting monday. Vent of he Hoy Cross th0 getting Good grades in t just a matter of intelligence Church was built in the l the their parents was Low. By Jim Selk Journa times staff More people More area More schools More services shortages Cut and inflation have boosted the Racine property tax rate Down 150 per cent since 1945. I. The year world War ii ended City taxpayers had to during e car jobs were carriages As Money stored in raise less than $2 million in taxes to make income equal is and during the with More dollars than Ever _ _ _. Before frantically searching for or. Tom Dooley 10-year ?t0 everything Cut Down on to the Federal Reserve Board. I r a Iii building and expansion. This Means that the tax rate stalemate. Hulloin had been then Johnny came marching would have gone up at least or. Nason asserts nor even of knowledge alone. To a Century the Tower in the 17th at a standstill. Many Young Home and things started Hap go per cent even if the Ever considerable extent it to a matter of technique. There Are Century people who took a Chance on pening. Marriages set records increasing population and City different techniques for Dif marriage had been living with so did births. Johnny and his area Hadnutt created a need for a a it c wife and children wanted their. V turn to Page 6, col. I a. Us it Alma mater slips outgo in a $3,900,000 City and school budget. T he rate was $22.20 for each $1,000 of assessed valuation. This year they have to raise $9? million for a $15 Many factors Are responsible for the skyrocketing tax rate. In addition to inflation expensive changes in social customs have taken place. Million budget. The rate is customs have taken place. $55.60, two and one half times More than in 1945. As world War ii exploded die country was emerging the birth rate. Own Homes. Building boomed. The nation geared to a War Economy shifted production to meet the demand for new refrigerators stoves autos houses television sets and baby to Sqq amp a to Shes Oakland Calif. A a divorce decrees were granted to both Adolph and Constance Oliver. Each charged cruelty. Mrs. Oliver 41, testified that her wealthy husband 47, was particularly disagreeable every time his Alma mater Stanford lost a football game. Stanford lost Allio games last season. Goods and services they began dropping in value when he was near death from # cancer sent a poignant let Dollar in i960 ter to father he Burgh pres Idem of notre Dame univer Avo run vouch less sity which is printed on. The 1960 Dollar was Worth Page 4. About 40 cents less than its counterpart in 1945, according Leslie j. Nason Ferent subjects. Subject by subject Nason shows you How to get better grades or How to help your child get them. Nason is a professor in the University of Southern California s school of education. His experiments with learning techniques have focused the attention of educators. They work. Take the Case of the failing fraternity. It was losing 50 per cent of its pledges because they failed to make a a oct average. The sponsor called in Nason to Tell turn to Page 2, col. 2 Racine arca weather mostly sunny and colder sunday. Fair and cold sunday night. Monday increasing cloudiness and a Little Warner with Light Snow Likely by evening. High sunday about to. Low sunday night 0 to 5 below. Westerly winds to to 18 sunday elsewhere in state fair and cold sunday and sunday night. Monday partly Cloudy and continued cold with Chance of some Snow. High sunday 2 to 8 above North 8 to 12 above South. Low sunday night 0 to by below

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