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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 17, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Mhz the mine journal times vol. 30, no. 39. Racine wis., sunday january 17, 1960 64 pages-5 sections-20 cents could retaliate despite any red weapon Nixon Miami Beach Fla. In vice president Nixon declared saturday it inconceivable that the soviet Union would have a new weapon Nelson to open Racine conclave on Region plans gov. Gaylord Nelson will speak in Racine thursday at a seven county regional planning conference for Southeastern Wisconsin. Three of the seven counties Milwaukee Waukesha and Ozark be have petitioned Nel son to form a regional planning commission. Opposition to a Region planning body has been voted in the past by both Racine City and county governments. The governor has the Power to form the commission once he is petitioned. Local govern ments however can refuse to join. Double session the conference at the s. C. Johnson & son inc. Administration building auditorium will have sessions at 2 and 7 30 . Government officials and planning personnel from the seven counties proposed for the regional commission have been invited. The seven counties Are Kenosha Walworth Racine Milwaukee Waukesha Ozark be and Washington. David Loeks director of the twin c4ties metropolitan plan Ning commission will speak on regional planning in operation at the evening ses Sion. Also speaking at the evening session will be David Carley director of the state department of resource development which is sponsoring the con Ference. Name speakers Carley will speak on the state of Wisconsin and Region Al Roger s. Bessey chairman of the exploratory committee for the seven county regional plan will summar ize the conference and act As presiding officer. Nelson s address will open the afternoon session. Others who will appear during the ses Sion Are Jacob h. Beuscher univer sity of Wisconsin professor of Law. Who will review the Wisconsin regional planning Law and local units of government Richard Cutler Brook Field City attorney and a member of the state legislative Council s Urban problems com Mittee who will discuss changes made by the 1959 legislature in the regional planning Law Leo Tiefenthaler Secretary of the seven county exploratory committee who will review a regional planning com Mission for Southeastern Wisconsin and John u. Walch general commercial Engineer for the Wisconsin Telephone co., who will discuss Industry s stake in regional czechs transplant a 2d heart into dog Prague Czechoslovakia i czechoslovak surgeons have transplanted a second heart into the Chest of a dog at a Broo clinic the official news Agency ctr reported saturday night. It said the Sec Ond heart functioned 45 min utes. Devastating enough to give the soviet Union the Confidence to make a Surprise attack on the United states. Premier Khrushchev recent a announced the soviet development of a mighty new weapon but gave no hint of its nature. No one knows what weapon they have May Nixon told news conference but i would Point out we have striking Power of sufficient Quality and Quantity that no weapon that we could conceive of would be sufficient to destroy our retaliatory Power even in a Surprise attack or reduce his Khrushchev s fear of what might happen if he started warns Castro discussing the strained relations Between the United states and Cuba Nixon warned that prime minister Castro s government cannot expect a continued flow o american investments unless this nation s business interests Are made Welcome. He said the . Has no intention of interfering in Cuba s internal affairs but if american property is confiscated without compensation Cuba must expect some pressure Strong i m not suggesting that the quota will be changed he said. I m Only suggesting that the pressure within Congress will be very great to change As Long As cuban government policies involve confiscation of american interests in commenting on the recent attack by sen. John f. Kennedy a mass on the administration s handling of Domestic and International problems Nixon declared president Eisenhower has shown Strong leadership though his methods May be More persuasive than forceful. I disagree with the tendency to characterize leadership in terms of personality rather than results the vice presi Dent said. Avoids attacks however he steered Clear of attacks on democratic leaders he said he has High respect for Kennedy remarked that most of the democratic presidential hopefuls appear Well versed on International and Domestic issues and described former president Harry Truman As a Strong Leader in some respects. Nixon said he backed the administration policy of Refus ing to pledge a halt to under ground nuclear tests unless there is Assurance the soviet Union also will Stop them. Ike bags limit shoots 12 Quail Albany a. Iiah president Eisenhower s Hunting Luck was All Good saturday. He brought Down 12 Quail the daily Legal limit. The president hunted for 3 hours during the morning took time out for lunch of broiled Quail in the Fields then got in another hours of Bird shooting in sunny Ideal weather. Hint id air crash was due to bomb beat up culprits for anti jewish acts Adenauer Bonn Germany of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer advised West German citizens saturday night to beat up anti jewish hooligans they find smearing Walls with nazi symbols. Such punishment on the spot is what the hooligans deserve for disgracing Germany and causing a wave of hatred for germans abroad Adenauer said in a radio to address. He told German jews they have nothing to fear that he personally guaranteed the Power of the German state stands behind them. No roots nazism has no roots in West Germany and its incorrigible followers Are few Adenauer said. He pledged that the movement will never make a comeback. The anti semitic incidents have been strongly condemned by the whole German people the 84-year-old executive said in a speech relayed by All West German radio and to stations. There was a marked lapse across Germany in the rash of vandalism that breaking out at a Cologne synagogue Christmas eve has spread to far Corners of the world. None has been reported on German soil or 48 hours. Cologne outrage Adenauer told the German people that most of the incidents in Germany and elsewhere seem due to hooliganism without any political Back ground but the Cologne outrage appears to be of a political two 25-year-old men were arrested for desecration of the synagogue with swastikas and anti semitic slogans. They were jailed for trial feb. 4. Racine tax rates a special article on Page 12 of Sec. 1 today takes a look at mounting tax rates in Racine county. Charts with the Story list Al the tax rates for the cities towns and villages within the county. See possibility in plane tragedy last november journal Olmos photos Hunt arsonist two fires saturday at the american legion club 845 main st., brought to four the number that have occurred at the Chib in the last five Days. Detectives and firemen said the blazes definitely were the work of an arsonist. The state fire marshal s office was called in to help with the investigation. A fire at 4 53 . Saturday destroyed second floor window draperies and caused 100 damage. The second fire discovered at 6 15 ., scorched an american Flag in a second floor hallway. Fires last tuesday and Friday nights also destroyed draperies on the second floor. In above photo it. Joseph Boetcher on ladder and fireman Thomas Werk extinguished the first of saturday s blazes and in lower photo asst. Fire chief Matthew m. Flynn used a flashlight to inspect the fire scene. Police detectives questioned several suspects saturday night. Miami Beach Fla.iw-1 a hint that a National air lines operated plane which crashed into the Gulf of Mexico nov. 16 was shattered by a bomb was raised saturday at a civil aeronautics Board hearing. Testimony was Given that or. Robert Spears of Dallas who was listed As one of the Pas sengers had once threatened to blow up a Hospital. At the time of the crash which took 42 lives. Spears was free on Bond under a los Angeles indictment charging him with conspiracy to commit abortion. He previously had served a term in Leavenworth Penitentiary for forgery. Indirect testimony the testimony came indirectly from Julian Blodgett chief investigator of the dist strict attorney s office in los Angeles. Blodgett s statement made to the Fri in new or leans was read to the hearing by Charles s. Collar a cab investigator. Blodgett was quoted As say ing he had received information from a confidential source to the effect that or. Spears had made the statement that for $500 he would blow up Hospital where the source had previously been the los Angeles investigator advanced a theory that Spears might have had someone travel for him to collect a Large insurance policy for the Benefit of his Young $37,500 policy in Tampa where the plane took off for new Orleans there has been speculation that William Allen Taylor 60-year-old Tampa Salesman May have boarded the plane in place of Spears. Taylor bought a $37,500 air travel insurance policy at the ampa Airport shortly before the plane took off but he was not listed on the passenger manifesto. He has not since been seen. His son was named As beneficiary in the policy that Taylor purchased. Mrs. Spears in her 30s and attractive refused to discuss the Case with newsmen in Dallas. In Tampa an attorney for Taylor s sex wife said the insurance had not been paid. He said insurance representatives told him they needed proof of Taylor s death before they would pay the claim. Ask state Man head Nixon drive Milwaukee up Philip t. Drotning a Public relations consultant and former executive Secretary for two Wisconsin governors has been asked by the Republican National committee to head vice president Richard Nixon s presidential Campaign. Drotning a Washington d. A Public relations consultant was the executive Secretary for gov. Walter j. Kohler jr., and Oscar Rennebohm both republicans. Drotning also was a Newspaperman in Milwaukee and Madison. Drotning last week opened a new Public relations firm in Washington d. C. 140 defendants draw cheers at cuban trial a War photo Seal Here this Seal at the Vincennes zoo in Paris poked his head through an opening in the ice to see How the weather was. It was cold. In this Section late Telegraph news pages 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 14 local 6 american heritage. Page editorial Page 18 Havana i defendants in the Castro government s biggest conspiracy trial received an ovation from spectators saturday night As they were marched into an army theater for the opening of proceedings. The 140 men on trial were among about 400 persons detained last August when the revolutionary government announced it had broken up an Antl Castro conspiracy that it charged was hatched in the dominican Republic. An army announcement said the military tribunal would not be asked to return death sentences but would seek 20 to 30 year prison sentences. Meanwhile a former Comrade in arms told prime minister Castro he has gone into exile because of dissatisfaction with the cuban regime an open letter published saturday in a Havana newspaper said. Cuban air Force maj. Antonio Michel Yabor who once spent time in a Batista jail with Castro said i can no longer stand that which has become habitual with you saying one thing privately and another thing to the Michel wrote that he had gone into exile he did not say where after considering Sui cide. Michel said he was follow report suspect failed $1 million Job Miami Fla. I a Julian Andrew Frank the bomb suspect in last week s National air lines plane explosion was supposed to deliver $1 million to a fort Lauderdale company last May 5 but did t show up a Miami lawyer says. His failure led to a $105,000 damage suit filed in Federal District court Here nov. 13. Ing the example of my companion in Many Battles com mandate Felix Pena who was found shot to death served with Michel on the air Force military tribunal that acquitted More than 40 former Batista airmen Early in 1959. Castro denounced the verdict and convened a new court with apparent instruction to convict the fliers most of whom now Are serving prison sentences. Inflate balloon 250 Miles up Washington up government scientists successfully inflated a 100-foot balloon 250 Miles in the air saturday night. The collapsed balloon had been fired aloft by rocket from Wallops Island a. And then automatically inflated. It was the second successful test of this kind. The experiments Are in preparation for orbiting similar spheres around the Earth and using them to Bounce radio signals Over great areas. A similar balloon launching on oct. 28 occurred without Advance notice. Saturday s launching was originally set for wednesday later for thursday and finally for saturday evening. Both postponements were because of Cloudy weather. After a similar 100-foot sphere aluminium coated is put into orbit next Spring scientists of the National aeronautics and space administration Hope to use it As a sky reflector for further experiments in two Way radio communication Between the East and West coasts. Train rams car kills state Farmer and his 3 children by the ahoo Latzl pro in four persons were killed saturday a father and three of his nine children when a pickup truck was hit by a freight train at a Grade crossing in Central Wisconsin. The dead were John Osborne 76, a Farmer residing Neur grand Marib m Mii county and his three youngest children Donna. 12, Kenneth 11, and Larry 7. All were  killed instantly when a westbound Chicago and North Western freight train slowed into the pickup truck. Authorities said the crossing on county trunk e in the Vil Lafi of grand Marsh was protected by flashing red lights and a warning Bell. Osborne and the children were in route Home from a feed Mill in the Village when the Accident occurred. All four were hurled from the vehicle by the Impact. Osborne is survived by his wife and six other children. A married daughter whose husband is in the service lived at Home the others including a son serving in Panama live out of town. Or. Arthurr Weihe Adams county Coroner said the Engineer of the train Lloyd Towner 64, of Adams told him that Osborne stopped his car on the tracks seconds before the Impact. Towner said the train was travelling 60 Miles per hour. Towner said he saw the car on a Street running parallel to the tracks the car was barely moving. The Engineer said had Al ready blown his whistle for the crossing but sounded it again to warn the Motorist. The truck turned onto the crossing and then came to a sudden halt. The deaths of Osborne and his three children raised the i960 Wisconsin Highway toll to 32, compared with 25 on this Date one year ago. Racine area weather sunday january 17, 1860 increasing cloudiness and a Little Wanner today. Snow Likely tonight. Monday Snow or Snow flurries and turning colder. High today in the Low 30s and Low monday morning in the Low 20s, Light East to Northeast winds this morning increasing to 25 Miles an hour by my elsewhere in Wisconsin partly Cloudy Northi most. By Cloudy South and a Little warmer today. High 22 to 30 North and 2s to 34 South monday partly Cloudy and Chance of Snow Flut Ril extreme Southi Aifiti ,1

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