The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 25, 1965 · Page 8
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July 25, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 8

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8A RACINE SUNDAY lULLETIN Sunday, July 25, 1965 —AP Wlrephoto QUEEN OF THE LAKES— Linda Kleinert, 18, was named Queen of the Lakes in Minneapolis Aquatennial festivities. Linda, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Henry Kleinert, is a former resident of Eau Claire, Wis., where her father served a Lutheran church. Linda plans to be a teacher, and has completed a year at Gustavus Adolphus College. She'll rule over next year's aquatennial. Pilot-Hero of Crash Can't Recall Details WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. —UP) — An Allegheny Airlines pilot, who crash-landed his twin-engine plane and was credited with saving the lives of all 40 persons aboard, said Saturday he remembers nothing about the accident. "I don't remember anything before, during or after," the 36-year-old pilot, Allen Lauber of Philadelphia, told Kansas Blast Kills Welder TESCOTT, Kan.—(/P)—An explosion and fire at a natural gas pipelme near Tescott killed one workman and injured 15 others Saturday. Most of Uie victims were burned by a pressure gas fire in tlie 24-incli pipehne that runs into the upper Midwest. A spokesman for the Northern Natural Uas Co. ot Uinalia, Neo., saia a tie-in line was being welded wlienj^^^^ tiie blast auu lire occurreu; •' auuut 6 a.m. CDi. ; 36 Passengers Saved vernun j. johnsun oil Lauber and the three other Wooawaiu, Oiua., a welder.icrew members were credited was kiueu. im was Diovvnlwith saving the lives of the across a hignway. Nearuy:36 passengers aboard the teiepnone linco wt;ie uiuwii'Convair 440 which made a tiovvii. |wheels-up belly-landing in a len of the mjuied werejnarrow clearing. The flight hoopiLalized at odiina anu originated in Pittsburgh. Lincoln. Anotiier woiknian The passengers, with the was taKcn to a hospital ui'aid of the crew, scrambled newsmen from his hospital bed. Lauber, one of 18 persons who remained hospitalized following Friday's crash near this north central Pennsylvania city, had been interrogated by officials of the Civil Aeronautics Board prior to his interview with news media. Usually Temporary Asked if he remembered notifying the control tower of engine trouble shortly after taking off from the Williamsport-Lycoming County Airport, Lauber replied: I probably called into the tower, but I just don't remember anything about it. My first memory is of being here in the hospital. I wish to God I could remember." A spokesman at Williamsport hospital said Lauber apparently had suffered a temporary memory loss due to shock. He said it was not unusual and added that in most cases the loss is only lescott. ine condition ot one victim was reporieu critical and tiiai. ot several otners serious. Approve Abandoning Oi i wo nxiim uams out through windows and emergency doors as a slow- burning, but fierce, fire left only a charred skeleton of wreckage. Lauber, a 15-year-old veteran commercial flyer, suffered a broken leg, cuts and abrasions. i ,iAL»ii)wi >J — (/!') — r h e Wisconsin Public Service Commission lias given tnelHumphrcy DenicS Isurinern btales i -uwer Co.i^ • j w DI J pcmusbiun 10 abanuon twui '^O'a"" ''Sir rlonned Ucuus U owns ua tne Apple! WASHINGTON — (/P)—"It K.vcr in Wisconsin. jmade a fine story," Vice Pres. Aiie utility IS building aiHubert H. Humphrey ob- $bo million power plant un'served. "But it has no basis tne bi. CroiX Kiver on tne;in fact." Ruunesota - Wisconsin boruerj Humphrey's comment came auu lias no lurtner use lor after reports circulated that tae uams m St. cioix Coua-ihe planned to visit Poland this ty. tne uams were built inlyear. The speculation appar- i ^Jo and lyl3. iently was prompted by the liie commission said the;vice president's unheralded Apple River is a navigable]visit to a Polish Embassy sueam ana removal oi the;party last Thursday night, cams should provide for luej The embassy was celebrat- r est oration of navigation! ing Poland's "national libera- equivalent to the former nat-jtion day" that night. Hum- ural condition. phrey explained, "and I have -— great affection for the Polish Motorist Charged; '''gP'"' said, he has "no Stare Famiiy Iniured IP '^"^ whatsoever" to visit ' eastern Europe. ST. THOMAS, Ont.—(^)— I Allen Gray, 25, of London, Qyj ^gQ'g j^^ier DuC Ont., was charged with crimi-'. nal negligence and failing tolin MOSCOW Monday remain at the scene of an; MOSCOW - - Pres. accident after a two-car crash|Se,,o^ j^^^^ Guinea will m which a Wisconsin family.arrive here Monday for a visit of five was injured. lof about a week, a Guinean Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Seibold of Manitowoc, Wis., were reported in fair condition in London's Victoria Hospital. Their daughters—Diana, 12, Linda, 10, and Paula, 7—were in satisfactory condition in General Hospital here. i j Embassy spokesman said Saturday. The left-wing African lead er has been here twice before but this will be his first meeting with the leadership that succeeded Nikita S. Khrushchev. A HOME STORE IN ELMWOOD P ALWAYS FIRST OUAUTYP LOWER REAR TERRACE SAVi 21.95 PENNCRBST NO-FROST "W REFRIGERATOR- FREEZER W REG. 269.95 NO DOWN PAVMENT! 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