The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 26, 1959 · Page 4
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July 26, 1959

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 4

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KAOINI tUNDAT BOLURDr Jair It. IMff See. 1, P«ff* 4 Order Rate Reductions for Long Distance Calls WASHINGTON—GW—Rates for some long distance phone calls will be cut soon under federal order. The annual reduction will total about $50 million. The Federal Communications Commission ordered the reduction Friday. It would apply to Order Airlines to Inspect Jets Order Arlington, Va., Board to Add Negroes to Former All-White Schools ALEXANDRIA, V&.— im — Federal District Judge Albert V. Bryan ordered the Arlington County School Board to admit 12 more Negro children to three former all white public schools. interstate phone calls over a distance of more than 300 miles. American Telephone and Telegraph Co,, which protested the order, said it expected to in troduce the reductions in mid- September. The amount of money a caller will save on a single phone call is not known. The company and its affiliates will have to file new rate schedules before that can be determined. Frederick R. Kappel, president of AT&T, deplored the commission order. " . . .1 be-1 lieve this action ignores the! long-range interests of the! pulilic," he .said. I Rep. Kmanuel Celler (D-NY),| Bryan added seven more Negroes to the four previously admitted to the Stratford Junior High School; he said four must be admitted for the first time to Washington Lee High School and one to Patrick Henry Elementary School. The judge found that the school boad, in denying the applications of 22 Negro children recently, had not applied its assignment criteria equally to both races. He ruled, however, that the criteria used by the board, when uniformly applied, are still valid. * Bryan said the board was on solid ground last year when it turned down the applications of 18 Negro pupils because they were below the median academic achievement levels of the white classes they sought to enter. But now, Bryan said the board did not apply the criteria of school overcrowding or academic achievement to members of both races. ASSASSINATION President Lincoln was fatally shot by John Wilkes Booth in Ford's Theater, Washington, D. C, on April 14, 1865. Michigan leads the nation in production of red tart cherries, supplying more than half of tha entire national crop. WASHINGTON—(-^—Operators of the new commercial jet airliners are under orders by the Federal Aviation Apen- chairman of the House Judici-j cv to inspect and change cer- ary Subcommittee on Antitrust tain parts that have caused;Matters. said"the FCC is to be trouble recently. The agency issued two directives to operators of the Boeing 707s, calling f6r: caused; commended" for the order. Celler called the cut "a significant step in carrying out a, major recommendation of thej „ . , . ,,anti-trust subcommittee in Its h ._-°r !l!l"''Lj ."!-2f !l "?^„°Iif «P"'"» issued in May 1959." —~ subcommittee had reported that long distance phone j users were overcharged $159i million in the 105.'i-.58 period. landing gears and replacement of main gear truck beams that have dents. 2. Installation of new type hydraulic fluid pumps or modification of present hydraulic systems. The directives resulted from several instances of 707s having landing gear trouble and one instance of a 707 losing fluid during operation of its hydraulic system. Four airlines. Pan American. American. Continental, and TWA, operate a total of 34 of the 707s, the first American jets used as commercial airliners. While Issuing the directives, the FAA repeated earlier an nouncements that there were no plans to ground the 707. 'Merry Chrhfmaz 5 Months Early DALLAS, Texas — t/T) — The dead letter .section of the Dallas Post Office got its first Christmas curd of the year Friday—and with only 153 shopping days left. The card, written in an Illegible hand that looked like that of a child, had no return address. Po.stnl officials said the bright red and green Christmas scene therefore will have to be destroyed. Wanted for Fraud, American Says Hell Leave Brazil Soon RIO DE JANEIRO — i/Pi — Earl Belle said Saturday he ex- pecta to return to Pittsburgh about Sept. 1 to clear up charges of business fraud and conspiracy. He has said several times he has had enough of exile and both he and his wife want to go home. This was the first time he had gotten specific about a date. The date was fixed for a time when doctors say his wife will be able to travel. She gave birth to her first child, a boy, on July 15 and only Saturday the doctors decided she could leave the hospital. Whether to return is pretty much up to the Belles. There is no extradition treaty under which the U. S. could compel him to return from Brazil. The U. S. consulate tried to cancel WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR VACATION For 2 weeks starting Monday, July 27th Re-opening Monday, August 10th PRINCE'S PASTRIES 409 HIGH ST. his passport but he appealed and no decision has been given on the appeal. Finally, under the Brazilian con.stltutlon, he cannot be expelled as an undesirable alien now that he is the father of a baby born in Brazil. The baby automatically has Brazilian citizenship. 'Con Man' Seals Deal in Church SAN FRANCISCO—(>P)— Carlos Carceres, 41, a jobless busboy, reported to police a new twist on an old confidence game—sealing it with a prayer in church. Carceres told of tallying to two strangers, one of whom offered to put up $1,500 to buy a headstone for Carceres' sister's grave. , He didn't have the money, but the second stranger flashed what looked like $1,500 "to show good faith." Carceres withdrew his savings, $685, from a bank and met the pair at St. Patrick's Church, where he turned over the money. The stranger appeared to wrap it in a handkerchief, stuffed the whole thing in Carceres' pocket, and the deal was sealed with a prayer. Then he was told to go to his room and wait for the first stranger to get his $1,500. After a long wait he looked at the handkerchief. It was empty. ANNUAL SUMMER CLEARANCE Now Going On SAVE On Tropical Suits • Sport Coots • Summer Shirts • Sport Shirts (Short Blc«y*t) • Straw Hots ' • Swim Wear MXTN AT wilCONfIN Shop Monday 9:30 to 9 - Phone 2-5151 annual auguist 60 upeeial purchas^e sale! tailored deeoralor bedntpreads 999 Reg. 19.99 to 16.99 Here It your opporfuniiy to give your bedrooms that tailored look. Choose these bedspreads that are available in all the latest fabrici. Your bedrooms will look completely redecorated, but you'll pay only a fraction of the cost. Shop early and save on this White Sale special. • Twin or full sizes in lovely shades of Pink, Blue, Green, and Beige • All have quilted tops with full flounces • Choose from prints or solid colors that will blend with your bedroom colors • Your choice of rayon taffeta, rayon acetate, or chromspun fabrici Color correlated area rugs to match •preadi 3.99 to 10.99 Zahns Tailored Bedspreads—Fourth Floor Shop Monday 9:30 to 9 No Meter Fee After 6 P.M. sale! wool and rayon eolonial braided room size rugs with niateliing throw sizes Specially Priced 2x3, reg. 2.99 2x4, rcg. 3.99 3x5, reg. 6.99 39 9 by 12 Size Reg. 49.99 2.88 4x 6, reg. 11.99 9.88 3.88 6x 9, reg. 24.99 22.88 5.88 8x10, reg. 39.99 34.88 Zahns Rugs^ourth Floor All rug sizes opproximofe SPECIAL SALE AT HUGE SAVINGS TO YOUl Reversible wool and rayon rugs firmly braided and lock stitched. Add that extra touch of warmth to your home with these Colonial styled rugs. Long wearing wool and rayon fibers give you double protection and double savings. Shop early and save on these rugs that blend perfectly with any room decor. Your choice of multi-color combinations. Remember, these rugs give you twice the wear and you do less cleaning, and each is budget priced to save you dollars. blanket special! rayon & nylon blankets! twin or double size 2 t .r »11 6.95 if perfect Pamoui make blankets in solid «olor stylea blended of rayon and nylon to give you a.light­ weight blanket that offer* you warmth without •hat extra weight. Choose from Pink, Yellow, Blue, Beige, TurquoUe, and Green, with rayon binding, Eaiy tare because they are 100% weihable h 77 by 90; twin or double size. Shop ^•|^y Monday for thi» blanket ipecial. sale! save ^3 on acrllan comforters 99 ea. Reg. 9.99 Choose these soft, fluffy washable Acrilan filled floral comforters and save $3 during white sale. Large 72 by 84, twin or full size, in White, Pink, or Blue. Add beauty to your bedroom and extra warmth with these non-allergenic Acrilan comforters. Available in floral prints, rayon, crepe, mothproof for added protection. • Twin or full size, 72 by 84 • Printed floral french crepe in White, Pink, and Blue • 100% washable, non-allergenic and mothproof • The perfect gift for that someone ipeclal. Matching 21 by 27 Acrilan filled, nbn-fillergenic pillow, reg. 4.99 ..2 for 7.99 Zo/ini Com/orteri--fourth f/oor 1,. new & modern room dividers set Here's something to add to your home and a new decorating Ideal You can do more things with this room divider . . . divide and make two rooms, add to your old room, and a wonderful accessory for the creative home decorator. It's smart and practical for the modern home. Choose from black wrought Iron or brass finish poles, With modern or traditional panels. Extends from 4'9" to 9 '3". Be sure your home has one of these room .dividers . . . It'll do so much for that special room I Complete your room dividers with a plant holder ao- eessory. Plant holders ..$1.50 ••. Zahm Foufth Floor

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