Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
9 Jul 1961

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9 Jul 1961

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 09, 1961, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 32, no. 27.Racine, wis., sunday july 9, 1961 70 ?"5 ?"20 cents police quell students in dominican capital Burton e. Nelson Burton Nelson Dies headed Racine schools Burton e. Nelson superintendent of Racine schools from him to 1918 has died in Syracuse n. A less than a month away from his 94th birthday. Nelson an educator in Illinois and Wisconsin schools for 63 years also was president of Stout Institute in Menominee wis. From 1923 until his retirement in 1945. Educational Pioneer me was the first Racine school superintendent to hold that Post More than four years. During his 14 year tenure he was a Pioneer in advanced educational ideas. Under his administration Racine established schools for the Blind and for retailed children and also open air schools for those in poor health. Nelson put Racine in the National limelight in 1911 by organizing the first compulsory part time vocational school in the United states. He resigned As head of the Racine schools to accept a position As demonstrator and lecturer on visual education with the Keystone View co., for which he was also Western sales manager. He worked for Keystone until he was elected president of Stout Institute. Started 19 rotary clubs Nelson organized 19 rotary clubs including Racine to and served As president of the Racine club. He also served As District governor of rotary International. Born on a farm in Bedford pen Nnelson was a graduate of the Pennsylvania state Normal school at Millersville and of the Western Normal College of Illinois. Before coming to Racine he was superintendent of schools in three Illinois communities starting in 1891. New outbreaks flare regime toughens Rule map wire photo Heads fleets rear adm. David l. Mcdonald was chosen saturday to command the . Sixth Fleet. President Kennedy said he will nominate Mcdonald 56, for promotion to vice Admiral. Ciudad Trujillo up dominican Republic a a National police fired semiautomatic carbines into the air saturday and dispersed 300 students who ran through downtown streets shouting anti government slogans. Throughout this capital will return tractor Cash still tense after arson and rioting that followed the first Public opposition political rally Here in 31 years. Cracks Down Detroit our a nearly pres. Jaoquin Balaguer who 70.000 letters a most of them has ply Quot is pea5e believed to contain Contr by sporadic disturbances flared Ful political opposition announced a drastic instructions on t0 the ill fated tractors have been Given National for cuban invasion prisoner police to prevent further Dis Swap a will be returned a orders. Opened. Balaguer ordered an in decision was announced vesti gation into whether com Monist or pro Castro elements saturday by the tractors or were involved in a mob attack Freedom committee. It said Friday night on the pro govern uban Premier Fidel Castro ment radio Caribe. The radio unreasonable demands made station was burned. Be Deal impossible. Two employees were feared committee which has now a county authorities said dead in the blackened ruins disbanded is headed by mrs. Sex Racine youth held in killing of state Farmer journal times photo 1961 miss Wisconsin Racine to Karen Marie Fahrenbach at left saturday night passed her miss Wisconsin title to Dune Anderson miss eau Claire seated at right. She was selected from 17 candidates Kenosha. Miss Kenosha was first runner up. With at the new miss Wisconsin Are seated Janice Jorden miss Ripon and standing from left Beverly Dawn Jonen miss Wisconsin Valley who was named miss congeniality and most talented of the non finalists and Laura Molzahn miss Beloit. The mob went wild after a to Exchange 500 farm tractors for cuban Freedom fighter party probed prisoner by Castro. The leaders returned from committee put the number of West Hunts for Compromise plan to sidestep clash in Berlin crisis saturday that a 16-year-old and damage was estimated at Eleanor Roosevelt. Former Racine youth has and $800,000. The committee had proposed fitted the fatal shooting of Curtis Stephens 52, a Dodge rav by be Donu can Ville wis., Dairy Farmer to revolutionary whom the youth had been As whose exile wednesday. It was the prisoners at 1,214. First such rally by an oppose a a a it is widely known a the Tion party since Generalissimo committee said a that or. Cas Rafael l. Trujillo who was trots unreasonable demand for assassinated May 30, took Large costly diesel bulldozers Power three decades ago. With five years of spare parts radio Caribe now Broad Seldom used in agricultural casting from emergency it studios noted some in the at the sheriff quoted the youth tacking mob shout i Pardon signed by Racine county juvenile officers three years ago As a Ward of the state. Sheriff Ray Reese of the southwestern Wisconsin county said the boy confessed shooting the Farmer with a 22 Caliper Rifle Bullet Friday. As saying that Stephens had ?� this cry of a Oto the been a browbeating and Harras execution War often heard sing in. In prime minister Fidel Castro to Stephen to body was found Cuba. On a tractor he was using to plow a Corn Field on his Dairy editor s note soviet Premier Khrushchev s speech in Moscow and president Kennedy s conference in Hyannis port saturday Point up the imminence of developments in the Berlin crisis which could Well affect the chances of peace or War. Drawing on his experience As associated press diplomatic writer and his confidential relationship with Many state department and other diplomatic sources John m. Hightower sizes up the prospects in the following interpretive article. By John m. Hightower Washington map farm. The Bullet had entered Between his shoulder Blades expel t to Anco penetrated a lung. Some Bow he managed to turn off before he bled to production his attacks on the . Government his demand for the release of political prisoners held by the United states and other countries and his final demand for $28 million in Cash credits or the equiv the pro government radio sent in a razors emphasized the station la Voz Dominicana impossibility of a satisfactory quoted National police As say ing the leftist popular Domini Mier Nikita Khrushchev that Western Powers r it Neuit a a Lune a ome a the Western Powers have make specific proposals. H pm mana2ed to turn off can movement mid has been opposes recognition agreed they will not up whether these proposals will a be tractor before he bed of East Reich regime any of their rights to be in have any Chance of Success is Dea h. Meanwhile the government to Tai cast Helen regime West Berlin or to have open Uncer Tam. The boy told sheriff Reese ,1,?&Quot Munich Germany a it it a Supply lines Between that red opinion divided he stopped at a nearby farm a a a a be express defense minister Franz Joseff Judy Garland hospitalized Hyannis port mass. A .4 a Judy Garland movie and stage singing Star was stricken with Russia later this year rather than by War. Opinion divided encircled City and West Germany. Another purpose is to remind Khrushchev that since to Force the Western Powers the end of world War ii the out of Berlin to humiliate them Western Powers have repeat before the world weaken their edly sought to Settle the ques prestige and consolidate com tons of Germany and Berlin a nudist Power in easter Europe. With proposals which were re-1 president Kennedy British the United states and its ejected by Russia. Prime minister Harold Mac opinion Here is divided Over for supper after the us Strauss saturday strongly whether Khrushchev will try and told of the shooting for spoke out Reese said the youth turn to Page 2, col. 2 next May. Pres. Virgilio Al against in allies have started an intensive search for a Compromise later in the summer Accord-1 Milton and French pres. Charles formula which could end the Berlin crisis by negotiation ing to present planning the turn to Page 2, col. I one element of such a formula May be agreement by the Western Powers to Deal with communist East Germany officials on the Access routes to West Berlin on the theory that they Are simply serving As agents of the soviet Union Washington we a Crea the recommendations were Tion of a huge revolving fund contained in a report drafted Rome a pm a Giorgio last month for failing to sub to help latin american coun h run of pin part it for the Canaletti Gaudenti Rome to Mil a City budget in time. Tries withstand the Jolt of de economic and and not As authorities of a Sovereign East German govern new may0r. Quit saturday the new mayor was elected Clines in prices for Basic pr0�? social conference starting aument with the Legal Power off traffic. There has night one Day after he was with the votes of communists ducts was proposed saturday by Punta per a Ste Uruguay. Day ending his second straight the report said the revolving weekend on Cape cod press also plan for which help would be Secretary Pierre Salinger said ill saturday night and was taken to Cape cod Hospital from her summer Home. Or. Robert d. Watt said she is suffering from an abdominal attack but is resting comfortably. He said she will undergo a series of tests to determine been no decision on this Postie nature of her ailment. Ability but it is understood put wl1, be set the w6ek by 8 miss Garland had leased it to be under study series of notes to Moscow from summer Home for the season close to the summer White House of president Kennedy. She was taken to the Hospital in the Hyannis Rescue squad ambulance. Miss Garland whose four children Are with her for the season appeared last week at the music at Newport inc., festival. Mayor of Rome quits his Post Western adn Quot it itt Itu Quot la i recognition in any form of Varez Pina added that the party com mule St East welcomes political opposition. A. A any de Factor or de Jure Legal recognition of the so called Cdr German democratic Republic would constitute a deep break through of communism into the political obligations and the Legal and moral system of the West a Strauss said. Propose fund to help latin american nations Back to work Hyannis port mass. A i pm president Kennedy will Fly Back to Washington Mon elected by the City Council. Canaletti Gaudenti a Christly United states Britain i a n Democrat the stage for later West France and West Germany. Socialists and Neo fascists. A hemisphere committee. Consequently his resignation additional proposals had been expected. Voting for were suggested to help Stabi expected from the United saturday night succeeded the Man you done to want so he Lize prices and improve the a tates Canada Western fur-1 another of his own party will be embarrassed into re markets for Coffee and Otherlee it Japan and other countries pm proposals to Russia for a their purpose will be to try mayor Urbano Crocetti. The signing is a favorite tactic in key products of the Hemi could be carried out for the peaceful end to the Berlin Dis to make Clear to soviet pre-j90-Man Council ousted Crocetti italian municipal politics. Sphere. Next few years a fund of of Atiz apr about $900 million. Latin Amer Racine area Tampa fire causes $1 million damage find ancient ruins near City in Poland Warsaw a up a archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a 2,500-y e a a old slavonic settlement at Odowo Bice near wroclaw in South Western Poland reports the newspaper Tribuna Ludu. The paper said excavations uncovered bits of pottery weaving tools and fireplaces. Tampa Fla. A a it it a fire swept a warehouse District in downtown Tampa late Satur a Day causing damage estimated at $1,150,000. The fire started in a warehouse of the Tuxedo feed co. And swept a string of warehouses owned by the Atlantic coast line Roa Road and located along the East Side of the Hillsborough River opposite the University of Tampa. Hospitalized i for a time the Blaze threat ened a Bridge at the South end of the warehouse District. Value of equipment and inventory in the warehouses was set at $750,000 while the building loss was estimated at $400,-000. Several firemen were taken to a Hospital for treatment after inhaling smoke but none was seriously Hurt. The string of warehouses stretched for four and one half City blocks. The Blaze ram paged among the warehouses burning through foot thick fire Walls. Heat Sparks from two burning warehouses set fire to roofs of two other buildings 500 Yards away. Scattered piles of lumber from old warehouses in the area also were ignited hampering firemen. Beer explodes thousands of cans and bottles of Beer exploded like strings of firecrackers. Cans and bottles shot High in the air As heat expanded their con Daniel co. Has Headquarters in tents. Cincinnati Ohio. Fourteen Large trucks and pall of smoke two private automobiles were flames shot too feet into engulfed in the flames. Nine the air sending a pall of smoke fire companies 15 pieces of Over this City of 275,000. Fire equipment including the City to men were unable to approach fire boat and too off duty fire-1 within Hose distance due to the men fought the Blaze. Intense heat and also were r. J. Barnhard Branch Man hampered by Low water presage for Early Daniel co sure. Owners of the Tuxedo feed co., winds in gusts of to to 15 estimated his loss in invent Miles per hour were blowing tory and equipment at $450, off the River helping to spread too to $500,000. The Early the flames. Ican countries would be expected to contribute something to the fund in years when things were Good. Use of the Money by countries in need would be on a loan basis. The study group was headed by Ernesto Fernandez Hurtado manager of the Bank of Mexico with Felix Ruiz of the Central Bank of Chile As vice president. In this Section i world . And state news pages 2, 4, 7, 8, 13, 14 local news Page 6 editorial Page la sunny and warmer today. Fair and not so Cool tonight. Monday fair and warmer. High today near 80 except mid 70s near the Lake. Low tonight mid 50s. Light variable winds today. Elsewhere in state sunny and warmer today. Fair and not so Cool tonight. Monday fair Southeast partly Cloudy North and West with Chance of few thundershowers Northwest portion monday afternoon or evening. Warmer monday. High sunday 76-84. Low tonight 55-60. The Sun Rosa today at $ 21 a a. And will set at 8 33 p a

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