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Eau Claire Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Eau Claire, Wisconsin Four Hurt in one crash seven injured in three City accidents seven persons were injured in three of nine accidents investigated Friday and Early today. Six arrests were made and total estimated property damage was $3,350. For persons were injured in a collision at 9 26 . In the 2400 Block of e. Clairemont ave. Police said a car driven by Gary Hintz 25. Of 2018 Vine slammed into the rear of a stopped Auto driven by Gary Tomperi 25, Bloomington. Minn Tomperi. His wife. Emily 25, and Terrel norring 25, Fried by. Minn., were All admitted to sacred heart Hospital with neck two injured in county Accident two persons were injured late Friday night when their Small sports car skidded out of control on a curve on by. 85, three Miles South of eau Claire. Eleen Halverson 30, of 901 first ave., a passenger in the car driven by John c. Olson 37 Menomonie was taken to Luther Hospital for treatment of bruises and a possible concussion. She is being held for observation. Olson was treated for bruises and Scalp laceration and was then released. The car skidded broadside and then rolled Over on its Side and top Landing on its right Side. There was an estimated $800 damages to the vehicle. A car driven by Clarence e. Lambrecht 19, it. I Augusta swerved off by. 27, six Miles North of Augusta Early this morning to avoid two Deer crossing the Highway. The car went into the ditch caused an estimated $100 damages to the front of the vehicle. A car driven by Larry l. Jacot 21, it. I Eleva struck and killed a Deer Early this morning on by. 93, la Miles South of eau Claire causing an estimated $50 damages to the right front end of the vehicle. Booby trap kills Houston writer Houston up a Melvin l. Steakley 37-year-old religion editor of the Houston chronicle and a father of five was killed today by what a police lieutenant called a one of the most diabolical mechanisms for death i have Ever Streak est a mild mannered Man with no known enemies was shot to death about i . When he stepped on the clutch of his Small foreign car touching off a Booby trap device strapped to the steering column. Police said they found a pistol wired and taped to the steering column and wired to a triggering device placed on the clutch pedal. London apr prime minis Ter Harold Wilson made Public Friday a controversial government plan to take Over the nations steel Industry. The move could bring Down his labor government after Little More than six months in office. Rented House immediately and had a Quot Large Quot Choice of renter no need to let those rentals stay vacant when an inexpensive classified and can get tenants for you in no time. Give us a Call. Three bedroom rambler with garage. $125 a month. Dial 835-37 after 5 00 . To buy sell rent use Leader Telegram classified ads phone 834-3471 injuries. Douglas Holcomb 22. It. I. Eleva a passenger in the Hintz Auto suffered a leg injury and was released after treatment. Police said Hintz was charged with inattentive driving. Damage was estimated at $900. Two persons were injured in a crash at 11 16 . Friday at Fenwick ave., and s. Hastings Way. Police said a ear driven South on Hastings Way by Clinton Misselt 30. Altoona started a left turn onto Fenwick and collided with a northbound car driven by Charles Harnell 26. Twig. Minn. Passengers Hurt two passengers in the Harnell car William Kroll 65, Racine and his wife Louise 62. Were treated at sacred heart Hospital for bruises and abrasions. Misselt was charged with making a left turn in face of oncoming traffic. Damage was estimated at $900. One person was injured in a collision at 10 09 . Friday in the 2100 Block of Brackett ave. Police said a car driven by Gary Christen 20, of 908 Forest St., struck the rear of a car driven by we Avne Drescher 23, of 7254 Bellinger St. Caroline Fremstad. 19, of 934 Barland St., a passenger in the Christen car. Was treated at sacred heart for cuts and bruises and released. Christen was charged with inattentive driving. Damage was estimated at $725. Timothy Roach. 17, Altoona was charged with failure to yield the right of Way from a flashing red Light after a collision at 12 24 . Today at Brackett and s. Hastings Way. Police said he pulled onto Hastings Way and his car collided with a car driven North on Hastings Way by Carol Ochs 20. Of 1202 w. Clairemont ave. Damage was estimated at $350. Squad car hit Francis Cleasby 42, it. I Eleva was charged with inattentive driving at 10 16 . Friday when his Auto crashed into a parked squad car in the 2100 Block of Brackett ave. Officer Joseph Vig had parked the squad with red Light flashing. To investigate an earlier collision. Damage was estimated at $300. Carol Stanton 21, of 905 James St., was charged with driving a car with inadequate brakes after a minor mishap Friday at 8 30 . On Bergen ave. At Bellevue ave. Police said she was southbound on Bergen. Her Auto crossed Bellevue and went Over an embankment. Anna Nispel. 40, of 707 Whipple St., reported to police at 7 25 . Friday that she was parking in a lot at 104 Graham ave. When another Auto was backed into the rear of her car. The Driver then left she said. Damage was minor. A minor collision in the 2400 Block of e. Clairemont ave. Was checked at 8 59 . Friday. Police said Theresa Mcmanus 32, it. I Elk Mound made a right turn onto Clairemont from a drive. Her Auto collided with a car driven West on Clairemont by Donald Milton 48, of 733 Niagara St. Elmer Larson 913 e. Grand ave., reported to police at 11 29 . Friday that a hit and run vehicle damaged the right door of his car parked at 2424 e. Clairemont ave. Damage was minor. City Young dems to Back Reform group Racine special a Wisconsin Young democratic chairman Lyle Hofecker. Cudahy called off a scheduled convention of the group in the face of a wholesale revolt among delegates and refused to accept an honorary Post in a Rump session scheduled by the rebels. Eau Claire Delegate chairman Paul Watson reported Hofacker is quitting t h e the Young democrats and that he and his supporter Are Are leaving the hotel where the meetings had been scheduled. Seven delegates to the Wisconsin Young democrats convention at Racine voted unanimously Friday night to support a Reform group which is holding a Rump convention today. The Reform group withdrew from the original Young democrats convention after state chairman Lyle Hofacker Cudahy. Refused to seat nearly 200 delegates including t h e eau Claire delegation according to Paul Watson chairman of the eau Claire group William Drew Milwaukee former state chairman and temporary convention chairman made the announcement of the Reform groups intentions at a Midnight session of the Young democrats and called the first meeting of the new group for today in memorial Hall in Racine. Drew promised the Reform convention will seat All delegates and recognize candidates from any faction. The announcement was greeted with a five minute standing ovation. Leaders of the Reform group include Conrad goo Kiti. And Fred Carstenson both of t h e University of Wisconsin who said 60 per cent of the delegates support the group which is pulling out. Attending t h c convention from the Wisconsin state University student body Here Are Watson or. And mrs. Thomas Hayden Merrillan Claire Fried Arcadia Jerry Karnak Milwaukee Palmer Sondreal Amery Donna Williams Milton Junction and James Kappus eau Claire. Dangers pointed out authorities trying to ban skate boards by Charles i., West new York a alarmed by several injuries increased traffic hazards and near Saeei dents. Chattanooga traffic chief Lamar Boyd broke out the Law books recently to remind residents of that Tennessee City a no person shall go upon any Roadway on roller skates or rid ing by Means of any coaster toy vehicle or similar device except while crossing a Street on a crosswalk a his target was a fad which has rolled across the county alarming authorities in Many locations skateboards. A skateboard is a Plank about two feet Long mounted on four roller skate wheels. Sidewalk surfers ride by standing on it with one foot and pushing with the other. Its really nothing More than the old sidewalk scooters kids have been making for a years from roller skates and scrap lumber but minus the handle. Boards confiscated Christmas left a lot of skateboards in the Jacksonville Fla. Area among other places the Duval county patrol confiscated Many and threatened arrests for a impeding police chief d o. Anderson of Bountiful Utah also has been confiscating ail he finds As a Public nuisance. The Wisconsin Highway department warned that sidewalk surfing is illegal on state highways Dallas. Tex., authorities said it is forbidden by a 1941 ordinance against roller skat lug the Idaho state land Board banned it from the Capitol grounds in Boise and Bridgeport. Con police supt. Joseph a Walsh said it is outlawed by City regulations against playing in the streets. A we have treated 49 eases Between the Ages of 8 and 18 since last May for skateboard injuries a a said or. William Oetting an orthopaedic surgeon a new Rochelle Hosp Tai. A major Frac Tures accounted for 20 police chief Harold Olsan of Ames where live Iowa state University students were tined $5 each for skateboarding in City streets said often even the skater does no to know where he a going its a problem of combining balance Speed and control. This created a read made Market for Mark Burton 18. Of Colorado Springs. Colo., a fresh Man at Simpson College in Iowa. An accomplished skateboarder. He has been teaching the Art to fellow students on Campus sidewalks. Coeds at Indiana University annoyed by skateboarding near their dormitory tried to Stop the Racket by tossing buckets of water from windows onto tin Sorters. It was t successful despite broken legs cuts skins and bruises the fad grows. A the danger is part of the explained James a onion 16, of Brooklyn. Housing Law stirs legislative dispute two killed on state highways by associated press the deaths of two persons in separate single car accidents have raised Wisconsin a 1965 Highway traffic toll to 245, com pared with 308 on this Date a year ago. Jerome Verstegen 39, Little Chute was injured fatally Friday night when his automobile went out of control on Highway to near Forest Junction in Calumet county. Authorities said that the car went out of control at a curve and rolled Over several times throwing Verstegen out of it. He died in a Chilton Hospital. Lorri Heins nine month old daughter of or. And mrs. Hubert Heins of Belmont was injured fatally late Friday when the Mother swung her car off a Lafayette county Road to miss striking a dog and the automobile crashed into an abutment. Mrs. Heins was reported in critical condition at a Cuba City Hospital. Never too soon Frank Magadance j 316 Emery St. Eau Claire wis. It never too soon to plan for your family in Case of your death or permanent disability. Let me help you plan for your family s Security. Representing Woodmen Accident and life company in Menomonie. Moonlit la madness one Nite Only in h a a a it j $ a ele 7 00 11 00 . Mondak f May 3,196 huge City wide savings 5 tap Beer 5c�?other drinks 5c off free parking j shop in Menomonie Madison apr two head on clashes Between proponents and opponents of fair housing legislation stole the spotlight ibis week. A considerable amount of publicity proceeded the Public hearings on the proposals one before the Senate judiciary committee and the other before the Assembly judiciary committee. The major opponents of the Bills the Wisconsin realtors association stimulated an Avalanche of mail urging the legislators to defeat the proposals. Many of the lawmakers received 150-200 letters on this Issue. One of Hie measures would prohibit discrimination in Selling renting constructing or financing housing. It also would set up a five member sub come Mittoo of the governors commission on human rights to handle complaints hold hearings and Issue enforcement orders when needed. After three and a half hours of testimony the Senate committee recommended 5-0 killing the Bill. Second More strict the second proposal is More strict and would provide criminal penalties. It would abolish the governors commission set up a three member equal opportunities committee and impose heavier penalties when persons were found to have discriminated in housing. About 270 proponents of the stricter Bill staged a rally and mile Long March from the University of Wisconsin Campus to the capital and then jammed he Assembly Chambers for the hearing. Sharp exchanges Between the Assembly committee members and witnesses occurred at several occasions. Realtors contend both Bills would take away the rights of the property owner to sell or dispose of his housing in any Way he chose. At the first hearing it. Gov. Patrick Lucey levelled a barrage of criticism at the realtors association of which he is a member. Ile said it was a source of embarrassment to him that his dues Money was used to pay the a Cost of hate material being circulated by the budget Cut refused the joint finance committee refused to approve a recommendation by gov. Warren p. Knowles to Cut his budget by $13.3 million. The reduction would have eliminated an appropriation for property tax Relief for persons 65 or older. Knowles said applications for the tax Relief had Een overestimated and the expected surplus would be enough to support the program during the 1965-67 biennium. Republicans on the committee fought for the reduction hut democrats overrode them on a straight 8-6 party line vote. A Bill repealing Wisconsin a coloured Ole Margarine ban survived its first vote 54-45 in the Assembly. Assemblyman David of Malley a Waunakee and chairman of the agriculture committee unsuccessfully tried to Send the proposal to his committee. Leading the objections to the move was assemblyman Eugene Kaufman a Manitowoc and chairman of the Commerce and manufacturers committee which had held hearings and recommended passage of the Bill. A plan to reorganize state agencies was rejected by i ii e Assembly although the vote on the constitutional amendment was 49-48 in favor. Such resolutions need 51 votes for passage. The amendment would reduce the number of state departments to 20 and place a single person in charge of each department. Assemblyman Norman Anderson a Madison kept the measure alive by asking for recon 3 the Dolly to Gram iou Clair Wisconsin saturday May i. 19 15 burglars hit five Chippewa county places Chippewa Falls special Chippewa Falls police a n d Chippewa county sheriffs department officers Are investigating five burglaries Friday night and Early today in different parts of the City and counts a 1957 Mercury stolen from tit Hanson Auto lot was recovered from a farm Field near Jim Falls Iii a damaged condition before it had been reported stolen. Burglars entered Phil a n d Millie a tavern West of la e r e on by. 29 by breaking Glass in a door to Ommi it an undetermined amount of change was taken from a Juke Box and a Bowling machine police said other City breaking were at the Heidtke pure Oil station on s. Bridge Street and at the Hanson garage where tin key to the stolen ear was taken from the office police Are investigating tin possibility that the ear was the same one involved in a hit and run Accident Friday night near a local pizza restaurant. Harlan Sloop town of til Den. Reported to sheriff Lee Arntz thai burglars entered his Home sometime Between 9 and 9 30 p in. Friday and at tempted to open a Cedar Chest by taking off the hinges. Nothing was reported stolen Deputy sheriff investigator James Cardinal was checking saturday morning on a Bur Glary at de Maser s s p o r t shop on by. 53 Midway Between Chippewa Falls and eau Claire in the town of Hallie. Entry was gained by breaking a window there ii was report cd. Mccort record set Mary i. A or on. Eau Claire Srp c l Var Ity. a travel a. From Crank Seitz no c it a1 airlines manager ii for being the 1,000th Ive Ilo Hoard i plane Iii during a month or s ant i Quot in yet Friday for Green by to attend the St Norbert i i e e Neun api i marked the first i ninth Iii ifs la Quot Ion Here la i North Central boarded 1,000 Nali a r St i photo showers due in state monday the temperature failed to get into the 80s Here Friday but did manage to reach 74, then fell to a Low of 51 this morning. The noon Reading today was 67. Partly Cloudy weather with lows from 45 to 55 is forecast for tonight and slightly warmer weather is due sunday. Considerable cloudiness and scattered showers or thunderstorms Are probable monday together with cooler temperatures. May brought Bright Spring Sunshine to most of the nation today. A few Light showers fell from the Pacific Northwest to Montana and Wyoming and in scattered spots around the great lakes. Light Hail hit Astoria ore., and Bellingham and to tooth Island Wash. Clear skies prevailed elsewhere. Some traditional Northern cold spots Felt the first touch of Spring. It was 75 at Omaha nob., Early today seven degrees warmer than Miami Fla., and 53 at Minot n i temperatures Early today ranged from 29 near Sault Ste Marie mich., to 84 at Blythe Calif. Side ration of the vote in Hopes the democrats could Muster its 51-48 majority next week. Educator Heads state association or. John i. Berherich. Pro lessor of biology at eau Claire state University was elected president of the Wisconsin association of Modi Al technologists at the Spring convention held april 23, 21, and 25 in Kenosha. Or. Gerberi Elt Bas been coordinator of the is degree program Iii medical technology at eau Claire University since the programs in Cep Ion in 1955. Students in the four year course Are affiliated with sacred heart and Luther hospitals in eau Claire. Swedish Hospital. Minneapolis. St. Josephus Hospital Marshfield and St. Vincent a Green Bay for their internship training. There Are i to students currently enrolled sixteen of w ii o in will graduate in june 1965. In addition to la. Gerberich officers of tin association elect cd were Ruth Dunham deaconess Hospital Milwaukee president elect Joyce Cissell Luther Hospital f u r i re Secretary and Arlene a Al Madison general i Lopa d Ison. War in poverty in one town collapses Haw Faw. Midi Tho War on poverty Iii this Little southwestern Michigan com in to tidy has ruled in defeat the Only participant in a work study program Tor ii i school dropouts dropped it Al the 16 year old boy had enrolled for a Cha in woodworking Ile also had a Job As an As Sislane janitor in tin High or weeks and $120 later he quit the program. A a in be got enough Money now to make a Down a meat on a motorcycle a he sex Jilaine. Attention this sunday r of til 10 30 i . Kalel Ciruti will feature special lighting for Tim Pur pose of those wishing to take a moving pictures of their fam Fily roller skating. Here s your amp Opportunity to preserve this j fun on film. Bring your Cam-44 Era. Sponsored by old timers skate club Gordy Wold chairman Hwy. J. Chippewa Falls 4 re my 1 k a v notice Lawn Mower repair and sharpening new and used Lawn mowers for Sale dial 832-3295 Pat Patrow 902 3rd. station i pm my Mem mum a my mme mob clip this and bring it out to the Airport. J Pilot an air plane for $5 one of our authorized pilots will take you up in the easy to Fly Cessna 150 and turn the controls Over to you. Hell sit beside you with dual controls while you Fly the air plane. No obligation a but ask about financing future flight instruction. Solo course for As Little As $14 per month Complete private rating for As Little As $10 per week. By appointment you can Fly whenever it is convenient for you. Take advantage of this unusual Opportunity to find out How Esy and fun flying an air plane really is. I Gibson aviation service i municipal aviation eau Claire 835-5979 w. A. To to f clip this add Secco us Jyh want u tto Owten Mem prices discount stores can t beat a in Quality and Price shop monday May 3 7 . Toll . Transistor radios a Low Ai $8.88 Ynot s Tho qualify Al a Fry Diamond. Tho id Al ring for Tho mod important woman in y Lur ufos. Diamond in Qaq Emont and wadding my sets Ai Low Ai $50. Of n i or a i to % 110 Vav detail 201 so. Barstow 5t. Open mondays and fridays til 9 . Table Model radios As Low a $12.88 23&Quot Ria Victor console to $209.95 o Connell s to 210 main notice the Board of vocational technical amp adult education Hon Tho foil owing dorm of metalworking equipment for a sole. Equipment May be seen by appointment Only. Call or. Frank g. Beck 834 3171, far appointment in item hem i tem i tem item item item item i. I Ling no. I go a Brown amp Sharp Universal horizontal machine without motor arbours or took. I no. 3 Plain Kempsmith horizontal milling without motor arbours or tools. I 21&Quot Smith amp a ills shaper without motor. I 16&Quot american shaper without motor. I Grob filing machine Complete with motor. I 16"x36&Quot South Bend lathe under motor drive. Loose change without tooling and motors. No. 7 i 16"x36&Quot South Bend lathe under motor drive. Loose change without tooling and motors. No. 8 i Hammond 6&Quot Carbide grinder Complete. 24&Quot Cincinnati horizontal Drill press with n i no. 2 machine no. 3 no. 4 no. 5 no. 6. Item item item no. 9 i out motor. No. To i no. 11 1 no. 12 i Racine Power Hack saw 6"x6&Quot Complete. Marquette arc welder 275 amp 3 phase. 16"x 36&Quot South Bend lathe with motor and taper attachment without Chuck and tooling. Sealed quotations marked Quot quotation Meta working equipment Quot will be received of the director s office 1300 first Avenue up to 10 00 . May 12, 1965. Instructions and quotation forms May be obtained from the office of the director 1300 first Avenue eau Claire Wisconsin. Dorman g. Loomis business manager

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