Racine Journal Times Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
29 Nov 1959

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29 Nov 1959

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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 29, 1959, Racine, Wisconsin Racine sunday bulletin nov. 29, 1959 Sec. 1, ii a find body of Illinois boy missing since july 31 South Roxana Iii. By St. Louis i teamsters Union president James r. Hoffa is scheduled to appear before a Federal grand jury Here tuesday. The body of 11-year-old Paul the jury is investigating to Jdean White missing since july Lotical contributions by St. 31, was found saturday in a Louis teamsters local 688. Icorn Field by three Rabbit Hunt Wayne h. Bigler first As ers. His Skull was crushed and Distant United states attorney the body badly decomposed said Hoffa through his lawyer identification was made by had agreed to appear tuesday j clothing and shoes on the body. S s 8 8 8 b 3 3 s 3 $ s 3 3 3 a the boy had been missing since his cherished bicycle was found in a Park where he had gone seeking work in setting up stands for a dads club carnival. He was the object of a widespread search and the Roxana dads club put up a $1,000 Reward for information about his mysterious disappearance. His body was found about m11v2 Miles South of South Rox a Ana. It was Clad in faded Blue 8dungarees, Brown shoes with a Jared soles and White sox. Paul w Dean White was wearing the w same clothes when he Digap he eared. A the boy was known As an u industrious lad who worked at Many Odd jobs but never stayed gout at night alone. State investigators were a called into the Case. The boy was the son of or. And mrs. A. E. White. Unquestionably. Racine s largest selection the Boll Weevil destroys an average of $352 million Worth i of Cotton annually in the South. Choose from among  12 different style sleds  10 different style erector sets  12 different juvenile automobiles  35 different doll wardrobes  hundreds and hundreds More All at popular prices the largest selection of toys under one roof use our Lay away plan r82 years i serving face since m7 -j6nc4 toy dept. 2nd floor  315 sixth Over 1000 items to choose College receives Grant of $38,000 River Falls. River Falls state College has been awarded a Grant of $38,-100 from the National science foundation to finance an eight week summer Institute for High school teachers. Or. E. H. Kleinpell president of the College said saturday the Institute would be open to teachers of vocational agriculture who also teach science courses. He said the Institute in chemistry and chemical advancements in agriculture is designed to improve the subject matter competence of the participating teachers and to strengthen the capacity of the teachers for motivating Able students to consider careers in science. The program also is aimed at bringing the teachers into con tact with prominent scientists who will participate in the j program. Plan Laws to prevent moroccan food taint Rabat Morocco Iff moroccan authorities Are considering legislation to prevent a repetition of the disastrous food poisoning scandal in which almost 10,000 moroccans were paralysed after eating adulterated cooking Oil. The . Embassy has supplied the moroccan government the United states pure food and drugs act which authorities Are studying As a possible Model. At least 9,544 moroccans Are suffering paralysis of the arms and legs after eating cooking Oil allegedly adulterated with lubricating Oil reportedly purchased by Mer-1 chants from . Air Force surplus sales. A War photo kicks alleged assailant Julio Maco 28, planted a kick on Del Bradley folks 33, held by a policeman in new York. Maco stands 5 foot 5 and weighs 125. Folks 6 foot 1 and 185 pounds allegedly mugged Maco then stole his watch. Maco became enraged after folks was arrested and delivered a series of kicks and punches. Pierced by steel Rod i 7-year-old survives Miami Fla. Up a i Inch steel Rod saturday impaled a 7-year-old boy from armpit to ear yet hit no vital spot. Melvin Mullis or. Landed on ithe upright Rod when he fell from a Fence in his Back Yard. The Rod had supported a toy punching bag and was fastened to a stand on the ground. He s a Lucky boy said doctors. We Don t know exactly where the Rod was but we can Tell it did t hit any vital nerves or Iowa youth s steer wins grand Champion title Chicago up two Iowa farm youths saturday shared top awards at the International live Stock exposition. A Jet Black Aberdeen Angus shown by Roy Maass 21, of Remsen Iowa was acclaimed grand Champion steer the exposition s most coveted award. The Reserve grand Champion a Hereford was exhibited by feast your eyes on this open today sunday til 5 00  wireless Remote control  Power tuning /1\ be to swae the prices look Good we buy and sell in big quantities to Cut your Price to Rock Bottom. The features look Good be features styling and performance Are unbeatable. The selection looks Good Over 150 sets on display in our Mammoth showroom. The service looks Good our own 7-Man service department to Back up every set sold. The terms look Good no Money Down terms or Cash or 90-Day terms if you prefer. Plus full Fidelity sound  one 8", one 4" speaker  stereo phone jacks  speakers front mounted. No milling plus years ahead performance  powerful Ultra vision Chassis a twice As sensitive better fringe area reception full Power transformer  precision etched circuitry  Bright Sharp Crystal Clear picture  concealed easy rolling casters a bit my Mph any Way you look at it your Best buy always is at. Hardware appliances furniture Lathrop at 20th  me 4-3386 open nights and sundays a i ?. A a Sherman o. Berg 18, of Osage Iowa. Maass Victory was a double barrelled achievement for the handsome curly haired Blond youth. Earlier his 1,050 Pound calf Black jewel was named grand Champion of the exposition s Junior feeding contest in which More than 300 of the nation s younger Farmers competed. Won Junior contest after winning the Junior contest Friday Maass calf moved into the open classes saturday besting a total of 732 steers to win the steer championship of the 60th annual exposition. This is a wonderful Way to end up my 4-h club career Maass exclaimed As the steer judge Stanley e. Anderson of Texas technological College Lubbock gave his summer yearling steer the slap on the Rump that signalled Victory for the Iowa youth. Although now 21, Maass was eligible to compete in the Junior show this year for the last time because his steer was entered in the contest in january when he was still 20. Maass total winnings in both the Junior and open class contests brought him a total of $1,745 in prize Money. In addition he stands to realize thousands of dollars from the Sale of his calf tuesday. $25 a Pound last year s grand Champion also a Junior show entry brought $25 a Pound for a total of $23,125 for Charles Wood. 16, of Spencer Iowa who showed the 925 Pound Winner also an Aberdeen Angus. The record Price for a steer at this show is $30 a Pound or $31,050, paid for the 1957 grand Champion steer a 1,035 Pound Hereford shown by sue secon Dino of West Terre haute and. She also moved up from the Junior contest to win the show s top prize. The Maass operate a 360 acre farm near Remsen. Maass and Berg s steers were named champions of the Aberdeen Angus and Hereford Breed prior to selection of the grand Champion. The third i Breed Champion in the finals was the shorthorn shown by Paul g. Wilson of Champaign 111. Actor Darryl Hickman marries in Hollywood Hollywood w actor Darryl Hickman and actress Pamela Lincoln were married saturday in a Hollywood Church ceremony. Younger brother Dwayne Hickman television s Dobie Gillis was Best Man. Darryl 28, and miss Lincoln 22, met last year in los Angeles while they were appearing in a stage show. She said she will give up her career to concentrate on being mrs. Hickman. It is the first marriage for both. Hickman is appearing in a to series Texas John Large Library the bodleian Library was established at Oxford England by sir Thomas Bodley in 1602. According to Law a very Book copyrighted in great Britain must be sent to this Library.?59734

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