Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
25 Jul 1971

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25 Jul 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 25, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin 74 pages�?6 sections�?30 cents passenger stewardess wounded by Hijacker map wire photo new miss universe miss Lebanon Georgina Rizk stood with her Mouth open As she was hugged by ton Rayward miss Australia not shown when Georgina Learned she was the new miss universe. Coronation took place saturday night in Miami Beach. Story on Page 2a. Miami apr a non English speaking Hijacker shot a National airlines stewardess and a male passenger in mid flight saturday when he commandeered the dc8 jetliner with 83 persons aboard to Cuba wounded hostess sue Bond said upon returning Here. Miss Bond got off the aircraft with her hand wrapped in bandages and her Tan uniform splattered with blood. The wounded passenger was tentatively identified As l. Evans. Miss Bond said he was shot in the leg but a was no to Hurt bad. He walked off the both miss Bond and the passenger were rushed to a downtown Hospital for treatment. The Hijacker was described Only As a non English speaking male. He got off the aircraft when it landed at Havana a Jose Marti Airport at 9 04 . Racine time. Pushed into Galley miss Bond said the first she knew of the hijacking was when the Lone Hijacker pushed All three stewardesses into the Galley and waved a stick of sudanese sever relations with Iraq Khartoum Sudan apr sudanese strongman Jaafar Al Numajiri ended relations with Iraq saturday and said two top rebel leaders taken off a British jetliner face death. Iraq was the Only country to recognize the Junta that briefly deposed Numajiri. Numajiri told Egypt a Middle East news Agency a special court martial was trying col. Babi Kir Elnoor named by the Junta As head of state and maj. Farouk Osman ramada la generally regarded As the Mastermind of last mondays coup. A fall the verdicts of the special courts tend to be death because of the ugliness of their crimes a Numajiri said. Noor and ramada la were taken off a British passenger plane that had been ordered by Libya to land at Benghazi. The two were returning to Khartoum from London when Numajiri staged his counter coup. Libya then turned them Over to Numajiri. Seven executed the government radio broadcast said three army officers convicted of taking part in the 74-hour coup were executed saturday and four other coup leaders were shot Friday. A Numajiri aide denied the Friday executions. Numajiri told the egyptian news Agency eight plotters had been sentenced death so far and the total number of executions would be 12 or 13. He said 400 persons had been arrested too of them officers. Among those arrested he said was Joseph Garang a Southern sudanese Black serving As minister of South sudanese affairs. Numajiri described Garang As the Only communist in his government and said he would be tried by the special court. A the communists had their fingers close to me and i am sorry to say they stabbed me in the Back a Numajiri what s where said. A now they have lost All popular sympathy in the no Mairit a outlawing of the sudanese communist party after it refused to disband and join a single government party was one Factor that inspired the coup attempt. British plea in London a foreign ministry spokesman said foreign Secretary sir Alec Douglas Home sent a personal message to Numajiri urging him to spare Noor and ramada la. Douglas Home said Britain had a legitimate interest in the fates of the two men because they were taken from a British aircraft. Sporadic automatic weapons fire and by the stutter of heavy machine guns were heard in Khartoum saturday As loyalist troops apparently rounded up rebel remnants. Tanks hunted Down snipers Friday firing Armor piercing shells that damaged a hotel a Bank a Cathedral and part of the Netherlands embassy. Business next a classified ads editorial local news obituaries sports women a news Page 2 a Page r Page 12 \ Page 4\ Page 8c Page in Page in dynamite and a gun at them. She said at about the same time a door to one of the bathrooms opened and the gunman noticed a Man was inside. A i think he the Hijacker got Panicky and his gun went off a miss Bond said. A i had my left hand hanging at my Side and the Bullet nicked me went through my skirt and apparently grazed the passenger in the she said at that Point the assailant rushed Forward into the cockpit and announced the Hijack and All three stewardesses and the injured passenger locked themselves in the tiny bathroom. Passenger Teddi Edwards of fort Lauderdale Fla., said she was sleeping when the Hijack began. A the shot woke me up and the next thing i saw was a Man charging up front a mrs. Edwards said. Treated Well she said the cubans a treated us very Well. They were very Nice and said the Only reason we were delayed so Long was that there were people Hurt. The aircraft received Takeoff clearance at i . But did not leave Havana until 4 45 . She said the passengers and Crew were fed at the Airport during the delay. Flight 183 was diverted to Cuba about 17 minutes after taking off from Miami at 7 58 . In route to Jacksonville Fla. National officials identified the rest of the Crew members As capt. Joe Watson first officer John Slaton second officer Bill Johnson and stewardesses Michelle Hardy Carol Baldwin and Sara Ware. Another National Captain James Paul was on the aircraft As a passenger Nal spokesman Martha Bagby said. On Friday a would be Hijacker was fatally wounded by an Fri Sharpshooter at Kennedy International Airport in new York when he tried to commandeer a trans world airlines Jet to Italy. This is the new technical Institute building at Elkhorn. Tri county vocational goals cited by Linda Winkleman journal times staff what the people want and what business and Industry need go hand in hand when it comes to providing successful occupational and adult education. That a a commitment firmly indicated by Keith Stoehr the newly appointed director of vocational technical and adult education District 6 encompassing Racine Kenosha and Walworth counties. In recent interview when Stoehr was asked for some of his thoughts about what a to come for the new Tri county vocational District one of the observations he made was a with a three county base you have More diverse Job opportunities therefore More program opportunities to look at. A was the District expands there will be More Opportunity to bring those two Stoehr former director of Kenosha technical Institute just took Over his expanded leadership of the three county area july i. Noting ifs too soon to outline specific changes Stoehr did indicate efforts will be directed to a How we can serve the interests of More people without having them move As much As they be had to for example he said a registered nursing program proposed to Start at Kenosha in september 1972, has been clamoured for at the Racine facility but cannot be held there because of Lack of accreditation. A a we la try to work it so parts of it can be taken at any of the three facilities. A this is the Type of Exchange we Hope we can develop a although we have done none of it yet a he added. Such Exchange he said is a Way to broaded opportunities without having to expand offerings. Programs will not be adjusted for this september. A schools will be offering what they had but the intention is to a better serve the people by future chopping or consolidating of courses he added. An immediate effect on the merged District is a new production agriculture program now possible because of the merger. A each District have been Able to offer it economically before but together there Are enough eligible people. I Keith Stoehr think its a Good example of what the counties can do asked about emphasis of study in each county Stoehr replied that the major amount of programs Are geared to each facility a immediate area. For example he said the hotel and Motel management courses a certainly should be in Walworth county where there a a Large amount of tourist dollars. And its Only a a natural that Racine have the heavier Industrial emphasis while Elkhorn has agriculture tourist related or Small Industry programs. Kenosha has a combination of the Fields he explained. With such a wide diversity of offerings among the three facilities a i can see where we can come up with programs to better serve students a Stoehr explained. A for example training can be More specific without additional Cost. We can use what we have but use parts of different programs. Foremost he continually Points out is the need. A the turn to Page 6a, col. I president enters Lockheed rift Washington a president Nixon stepped personally into the Battle to Rescue Lockheed aircraft corp. Saturday As the administration denied a rift Over legislation to save the defense giant and other ailing big businesses. A i fully support the legislation now before both houses of Congress to provide emergency loan guarantees for major business enterprises confronted with temporary financial strip agencies a Nixon said in a statement released at the White House and read to the Senate. Nixon said that while the administration originally had sought Only to help Lockheed and a that support is still very badly needed the Broad legislation would be a useful tool to stave off a business collapse that could damage the Economy. A i urge Congress to enact this legislation with All deliberate Speed and in any event before the August recess a a Nixon said. Lockheed says it needs $250 million in Federal backing for private Bank Loans to Complete its Liou tristan Airbus. Without such help Lockheed says it May go broke in August or september. Racing the aug. 6 Date for the month Long congressional break administration forces have filed a petition to limit Senate debate. Sen. John Tower r-tex., told newsmen Lockheed supporters expect to lose the first vote on debate limiting cloture now scheduled for 3 15 . Monday but he was hopeful subsequent efforts wednesday or Friday if necessary would carry. A two thirds majority is needed to curtail debate. Russ Admiral says missiles can strike any Point on Globe features Ann Landers. Page 2b so Horoscope Page 2b telex Slon Radlo Page 91 Franksville festival journal times photo by Chuck d Acqula to there a More to the Franksville Kraut festival than pure sauerkraut it s a generation spanning shindig with singing Rock hands drum and Bugle corps country and Western jamborees a Beauty contest and carnival rides that Are guaranteed to Sauer anyone a Kraut. Story and More photos on Page 4a. Moscow apr the soviet Navy can strike any Point on the Globe with nuclear missiles the soviet unions Navy commander said today. Adm. Sergei Gorshkow said a strategic rocket troops and nuclear submarines were the principal soviet deterrents. The statements were made in an interview with pravda the communist party a newspaper in Honor of soviet Navy Day today. The interview was reported by Tass the official soviet new Agency. A your submarines surface ships and aviation carry combat equipment capable of hitting various underwater surface or air tar gets in any part of the world Ocean a Gorshkow said. A the Navy possesses appropriate forces intended to conduct combat operations in conjunction with the land he said the United states gives priority to submarine missile systems deployed on the oceans a to divert from . Territory a considerable number of possible retaliatory nuclear Gorshkow added a no strategy including so called Ocean strategy will save any aggressors who would risk to wage a War on the .s.r. And other countries of the socialist Community from crushing at the same time the White House released Nixon a statement the Pentagon put out a statement by Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird denying he or his Deputy David Packard oppose the Broad legislation. A some press reports which suggest that Deputy Secretary of defense David Packard and i do not support the administrations position on pending legislation regarding loan guarantees Are erroneous and in my View unfair a said Laird. Racine area weather partly sunny and warmer Chance of thunderstorms by evening. High in the mid 80s, turning cooler tonight with lows in the Low 60s. Monday mostly sunny and pleasant with High in the mid 70s. Winds South to Southwest to to 20 today. Precipitation probabilities 30 per cent today 40 percent tonight. Elsewhere in state. Scattered showers and thundershowers today but ending in the Northwest portion in the afternoon. High in the 80s. Fair North and West partly Cloudy Chance of thunderstorms in the Southeast Racine journal time vol. 39, no. 30 Racine Wisconsin sunday july 25, 1971

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