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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 8, 1959, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 29, no. 42. Racine wis., sunday february 8, 1959 76 pages sections-15 cents Russ condemn us. Recording proving attack on plane Washington of the state department raid saturday night it is shocked that Russia would denounce a tape recording the ., says proves russian fighters shot Down an unarmed american transport the depart ment accused the russians of compounding previous denials with a new and transparent one. In broadcasts beamed around the world the soviet radio saturday night accused the Of a sensational farce in producing the recordings. Moscow radio commentators employed such words Aso 1 u m s a transparent staged and forgeries in describing the recording. The state department said it is shocking that the soviet government has now compounded its previous false denials that it possesses vital information in this Case by this new and transparent denial of the authenticity of a tape to which its ambassador and air attache in the United states nervously refused to listen nearly three months ago. The whole world knows perfectly Well the humane basis of american society and is consequently Able to appreciate As w Ell As do the american people that the United states government refrained from publishing this evidence after having Given it to the soviet government solely in the Hope of obtaining information on the ii missing crewmen. The United states government Hopes that this Moscow radio statement does not reflect the considered attitude of the soviet government. The United states government still Hopes that the soviet government will reconsider its present inflexible attitude in this Case which has shocked world Public opinion and will Supply this the state department made Public on thursday the transcript of a recording of soviet fighter pilots talking. Estimate loss to Racine from bomb scares the Best from american heritage a a 0 eleven Telephone Calls last month warning of bombs planted in City schools Cost the City More than 3,000 hours in lost student class time and More than 800 Man hours of police time. If it were possible to compute the Cost of the police investigation resulting from the bomb hoaxes the figure probably would total several thousand dollars. To figure the Worth of the two hours lost by each of the 1,599 students at Washington Park High school is impossible because that time never will be made up. Lost time at the Washington m c k1 n 1 e y and Mitchell schools already has been made up and officials at St. Catherine s High school May time lost there will be made up later this semester. Started on Jan. 5 eight hours of lost class time at Park High were made up say Board of education officials but mid semester examinations prevented getting in All the lost time. The rash of bomb threats broke out Jan. A the first Day of school after the Christmas recess. From the 5th until Jan. 10, ii hoaxes were telephoned either to police or school officials during that week the bomb a cares were top news. Police were investigating hundreds of leads and tips and students were talking of practically nothing Pise. And then it ail stopped when  17-year-old St. Catherine s High school student was hauled into municipal court and fined $25 on a guilty plea to a disorderly conduct charge. The youth s Case had been transferred from juvenile to municipal court and his name was made a matter of Public record. A that put an end to the whole thing said it. James Pettit chief of the police juvenile Bureau. As soon As the youngsters Learned they could have their names put in print and read Over the radio they started to act like adults once More Pettit added. Dideum juvenile immunity the policeman said Many juveniles flirt with trouble not because they Are bad but because they know full Well they will enjoy what he termed juvenile immunity if they Are caught and brought into juvenile court. Take away the Assurance that they won t be identified by the press said Pettit and Many delinquent activities will be Many parents Are lax and do not worry about who their turn to Page 2, col. S Astoria goal of bloody trek editor s note Astoria was the key to the entire Northwest including present Oregon but half the expedition to found the Pioneer settlement there was led by a maniac and the rest were trapped in the mountains lenses up to $400,000. One of his principal partners Alexander Mckay sailed in the ton Quin. Another a gentle and turn to Page 10, col. I Hunter Ike broils Quail outdoors by Richard l. Neuberger Oregon this year commemorates the 100th anniversary of its admission As a state. Oregon today contains the country s greatest Reserve of standing Timber and produces far Niobe lumber than any other state. Oregon was first in the nation to provide for election of United states senators by popular vote and it pioneered in introducing to the new world such governmental reforms As the Inida Dve referendum and recall. Yet the earliest attempt of White men to found a permanent set Dement on this Frontier of Majestic solitudes and Swift Rivers was attended by death destruction and massacre. Lives and dollars were strewn recklessly across a vast expanse of the Globe. The founder of one of America s great fortunes was dealt stunning financial setback and the Navy suffered a blow to Pride and prestige which was not forgotten for decades. Yet despite All the suffering and agony and failure no other thrust Westward was so important to american sovereignty Over the immense Columbia River Basin. The undertaking proved to be the anchoring claim to Oregon. It All started bravely enough As the bark Tonquin sailed from new York Harbor in the late summer of 1810. Astor charges in with the Tonquin went the Hopes of the new nation along the Atlantic Seaboard Lewis and Clark had returned from the Western solitudes Only four years before. Their startling reports of limitless forests and Prairie had been avidly read but behind them the valiant explorers left no outpost symbolizing american rights to the Region. Now the spectacularly successful German bom merchant John Jacob Astor had organized the Pacific fur company to built a settlement at the Mouth of the Columbia River. This would be the first american Colony on the shores of the Pacific Ocean and Astor had no doubt it would be the beginning of a fabulous Empire. Astor owner half the 100 shares of Witock in the com Pany and guaranteed its sex charges Hagerty exerted influence Thomasville Ain president Eisenhower turned chef and cooked a lunch of Quail Over a charcoal fire for a party of five saturday. The vacationing president indulging in one of Liis hobbies broiled the Quail in the open under sunny skies at the j in Plantation estate of his Host former Secretary of the treas Ury George m. Humphrey. Eisenhower and his companions had lunch in the Fields shortly after he had bagged 10 Quail himself during a morning of shooting. The daily Legal Umit in 12 Birds. To Urnel time photo hurry up springtime a not so Subtle hint to Winter to move Over and make Way for warmer weather was offered by these picnickers in Washington Park saturday. Their picnic in saturday s 40-degree weather was to celebrate the 12th birthday of Kathy Miller shown at left. Attending the party were standing Dennis Miller 5, and Susan Gottfredsen 11. Seated were Janet Gottfredsen 9, and her brother Rodney 6. Their parents Are or. And mrs. Lester Miller 1540 Boyd ave., and or. And mrs. Gene Gottfredsen 1545 Boyd ave. Temperatures saturday were the highest since dec. 29, when the Mercury climbed to 41 degrees. Federal judge refuses delay in integration of Alexandria Baltimore in the Alexandria va., school Board saturday was refused a delay in integrating three of its schools next tuesday. Chief judge Simon e. Sobel off of the 4th circuit court of appeals heard a plea by the Board s attorney that the Board needed More time to work out a program to admit nine negro students As ordered by the District court there. Judges Don t relish making orders in these school cases Sobeloff said. Above All others it is the judges who would like to Transfer the problem from the courts to the school administrators where it really the Alexandria Board was making a last ditch Effort to avoid immediate integration when it went before judge Sobeloff. Friday. . Dist. Judge Albert v. Bryan at Alexandria had refused to delay his integration order. Berse Htman kills physician is slain Largo. a naked screaming real estate Man who had been under treatment for a mental disorder shot his doctor to death saturday night and wounded two sheriff s deputies. The deputies firing As they fell wounded killed their assailant James a. Lewis 44. Lewis earlier had slain or. Theodore r. Failmezger 54. This is Astoria Oregon after it was sold to the British and renamed fort George. The pm court we Pisa cd by tit Enguix to Ivy la rho Ary wart. Hire director to supervise county limes John m. Jenkins 43, assistant superintendent of the 2, 000-bed Chicago state Hospital a mental institution has been named superintendent of the Racine county hospitals and Home it was announced saturday. Stanley f. Overson chairman of the county institution Board of trustees said Jenkins would receive a salary of $12,-500 a year. Jenkins will assume his Post March 1 and the present hospitals and Home superintendent Reginald j. Hinton plans to resume retirement in California Overson said. Hinton was called out of retirement to head the county hospitals and Home staff in april 1958, after superintendent Calvin g. Wilcox resigned. Hinton now 73, originally retired to California in March 1957, after serving almost five years As superintendent of the institutions. Submit to Testa Over son said Jenkins was selected from among 85 applicants for the Post. The trustees limited their consideration to persons with mental Hospital experience and the five final contenders submitted to extensive tests and interviews by a Chicago firm of personnel consultants which specializes in Hospital placements he said. As assistant superintendent of the Chicago state Hospital Jenkins has been in charge of personnel purchasing and food service Overson said. The new superintendent is currently chairman of the administrative committee for All Illinois state hospitals. Jenkins has also served As assistant superintendent of the 5,000-bed Alton state Hospital at Alton iii., and has been on the administrative staff of the University of Michigan s Gen Tum to Page 2, col 6 a War photo fou Iid Bert Rotzal 4, of Bridgeport Conn., was found dead sat urday in the nearby town of Trumbull Conn. The boy missing since Friday had been brutally beaten and his neck was broken. Pilots finish 65-Day Fli Glit Las vegas Nev. Up two endurance fliers landed saturday after 65 Days aloft in a Small plane a new world record by 15 Days. Bob Timm a Las vegas Busl Nessman and John Cook a los Angeles airline Pilot climbed from their single engine plane stiff and weary. They took off from Mccarran Field Here on dec. 4. On Jan. 23 they broke the previous endurance record of 50 Days and 18 minutes set last sept. 21 by Jim Heth and Bill Burkhart of Dallas Texas. Timm marked his 33d birthday aloft last wednesday. He and Cook also 33, took turns at the controls in four hour shifts. Between times each slept on a mattress farther Back in the plane. They flew Between Las vegas and Blythe calif., with occasional Side trips to los Angeles and Phoenix Ariz. In this Section local 4 u Einar 15 late Telegraph news p�ge�2,d.6,7,8,9 Dulles Adenauer Confer reach no conclusions Bonn. Germany w Secretary of state Dulles and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer talked almost three hours sat urday on Western policy for Germany. They stressed their Unity on fundamentals but reached no hard conclusions. Meantime fresh evidence of Allied rifts on details broke into the open. A spokesman for Dulles told reporters there were plenty of different ideas on How to counter the soviet threat to the West s Access routes to isolated Berlin. He added quickly that this did not mean there were cleavages on the subject among the allies. The spokesman Laid How Ever the Dulles Adenauer conference was devoted to generalities with no plans Laid on the table and no proposals advanced. He added that the talks helped to clarify the situation. Meanwhile it was Learned that foreign ministers of the ., France Britain and West Germany will meet in Paris in mid March to discuss dealing with the russians at a possible big four conference this Spring or summer unimpeachable diplomatic sources confirmed the mid March meeting has been set and said an invitation to the soviet Union for a foreign ministers conference on questions of european Security and German reunification could remit Ike aide denies intervening in television Case Washington presidential press Secretary James c. Hagerty was accused by former congressional invest Gator Bernard Schwartz sat urday of having intervened in a to Case for political reasons Hagerty shot Back that. My Schwartz was either misinformed or was deliberately Schwartz who got bounced a year ago from his Job As chief counsel of the House subcommittee checking regulatory agencies made his charges in new Book parts of which became Public in Advance. Schwartz saw behind the scenes wire pulling reaching up to the White House in important cases decided by the Independent regulatory agencies. The legislative oversight subcommittee went on under rep Oren Harris dark without Schwartz to air cases involve ing such High officials As president Eisenhower s no. 1 aide Sherman Adams and Federal communications commissioner Richard a. Mack. Both Adams and Mack resigned in the hubbub that followed. Lists cases the new York University Law professor listed several cases which he said the subcommittee had failed to develop further after he left materials on them in subcommittee files. One Case he said was in Albany Schenectady where the president s press Secretary intervened against an applicant on political Hagerty with Eisenhower in Thomasville ga., said All to did was pass on to the then acc chairman George g. Mcconnaughey a March 1-957 letter from a new York Republican protesting an acc decision to change to Channel assignments in the Albany area. Hagerty said the Case already had been closed in june of the previous year. Lots of correspondence in denying putting on political pressure. Hagerty said he gets a lot of such correspondence and shunts it on to the agencies involved. The press Secretary gave out turn to Page 2, col 5 Racine area weather sunday feb. 8, 18ita partly Cloudy colder and Chance of a few Snow flurries today. Monday partly Cloudy and a Little warmer. High today about 18 and Low tonight 0 to 8 above. Elsewhere in Wisconsin generally fair and quite cold today. Chance of a few Snow flurries near Lake Michigan. Monday partly Cloudy and continued cold but with some moderation in Northwest portion in after noon. High today 0 to 10 North and 10 to 1ft tout

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