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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 2, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Or locates ,2 germ Antonk. Wis. Of two year old Peter Martin napped As usual in his saturday afternoon none the worse for having spent Friday Niht alone and cold in an Al Falfa Field Only a Short distance from the Home he could t find. It was after his Nap Friday that Peter dressed warmly by his Mother mrs. Carton Martin went out to play. He wandered away into the Brush Cov ered Low lands surrounding his parents Home about 12 Miles North of Milwaukee. He was found in stat totals $94 million Madison we a priority Hist of new buildings for the University of Wisconsin and unharmed state colleges totalling $94 ill shortly after 9 Oclock saturday of. Ass a to Edo uie co 4 killed 2 Hurt in Bridge crash East St. Louis a a tractor trailer and a car collided head on saturday on the Macarthur Bridge Over the Mississippi River killing four occupants of the car. Two other persons were injured. The Driver of the truck. Lew Martin 39, of Evansville ind., told police the car veered into the wrong Lane. The crash was on a turn of the Eastern approach of the old Span inking East St. Louis and St. Louis. Dead on arrival the victims All negroes believed to be from St. Louis were dead on arrival at St. Mary s Hospital in East St. Louis. They included William Blakely 25, the Driver of the a and three passengers in the car George Sanders Louise Morgan and a fourth unidentified person. Martin was released after treatment for a knee injury. Another passenger in the car Lester Sanders was transferred to Homer g. Phillips Hospital in St. Louis. He was unconscious. Sharp turn the strangely constructed Bridge has a Sharp turn on the Eastern Side where the crash traffic on the Bridge was blocked for some time after the Accident. Morning by the two Man Crew of a National guard helicopter called in to Aid the search which had been joined by hundreds both official and Volunteer. Cold immediately after he was picked up and flown to his Home and the outstretched arms of his parents and relatives Peter kept saying he added Only another word Peter s Mother could Only say of the boy was quickly sur rounded by his aunts and uncles who at least had to Tousel his hair As he sat in the warm family Kitchen folded in the arms of his grandmother 78-year-old mrs. Philip Martin. As the Helicon of r landed in cheered the Yard the crowd when they spotted the boy. I Tell you there were a lot of people prayed last night that did not know what praying was said a woman in the crowd. About 150 volunteers had joined the Hunt in the coldest weather of the season. The temperature fell to 35. Soo Yards away major John Sarko of West Bend Pilot of the helicopter said the boy was spotted Only 300 Yards from his Home. But he was pretty Well hidden in Alfalfa and  you could t have seen him if you d walked by him at 10 feet the Pilot were just getting ready to make one last pass Over the area said Sarko when spotted Sarko quickly landed and sgt. Maurice Hesterly also of West Bend dropped out of the Craft and scooped up the boy. Hesterly said the boy Only whimpered but a smile brightened his face As the youngster was handed Over to relatives. Ordina Ting committee for higher education saturday. The list was prepared by a staff of the committee and will go to the state building commission and the 1961 legislature if the. Committee approves it at its november meeting. At the top of the list is a $1 million Laboratory school at River Falls state College. Other projects High in priority include Whitewater $1,200,000 physical education build in la Crosse $1,800,000 physical de cat Len building University in Madison $2,200,000 psychology building Stevens Point and Oshkosh $2,000,000 science buildings University administration building Madison $2,-000.000. Ing $2,ooo.qo0 science building la Crosse $2,000,000 science building us in Madison $2,000,000 engineering classrooms University Madison music Hall $2,000,000 and Wisconsin High school Laboratory school $3, 000,000. The committee approved budgets totalling $191,296,000 for Wisconsin s tax supported colleges and universities for 1961-63. Order examinations for 2 women planning to blow up music school University Madison $2,000, 000 classroom facilities us Milwaukee $2,500,000 for classrooms Superior $1,200, 000 physical education building eau Claire $2,000,000 science building us Milwaukee $2,000,000 science build Kentucky widens veterans Bonus Frankfort gov. Bert Combs saturday signed a Bill which extends Kentucky s veterans Bonus to All its veterans now living in other states. An estimated 100,000 persons would be affected. They would receive up to $300 for stateside and $500 for foreign service in All wars. The Bonus was passed in a referendum last november but the legislature a eliminated veterans who did t live in Kentucky at the time. After a clamor by out of state veterans. Combs called the legislature into specials Sion and the Bonus Bill was revised. Might have been a real Surprise Ventura Calif. A Arthur Bjornstedt s friends were enjoying the party a Surprise Farewell for Boom Stedt a retiring Highway Surveyor when someone noticed that there was one guest they d forgotten to invite. It was Arthur Bjornstedt. A Quick phone Call summoned him. He was Only an hour late. Negro author Roi Ottley Dies Chicago Proi Ottley 50, negro author and journalist died saturday in his Home after a Long illness. A member of the Chicago Tribune news staff Ottley Wasj turned the author of four books on negro affairs the world a coming Black Odessey no Green pastures and lonely he was completing his first novel at e of his death. Ottley attended St. Bona Rochester. psychiatric examinations have been ordered Tor two Young women who police Satur Day planned to blow up the Eastman school of music in downtown Rochester. Police said they found 125 Sticks of dynamite in the attic of tie Rooming House where the women one a graduate of the school and the other a Stu youth admits causing fires below a a it year old youth who told officers that netting fires made me feel important has admitted starting four fires in the area including one that caused $25,000 damage to a Beloit supermarket last wednesday. William d. Rossiter state fire Marshall said suspicion was aroused when the boy Dis covered " the fire at the super Market. He was the same youth who reported a $5,000 fire at the Home of a South Beloit iii., Volunteer fireman directly across the Street from the fire department in 1958. The boy was an employee of the Stock room at the food store. The youth also said he set fire to a Christmas tree in a Palmyra Home where he was baby sitting and once started a fire in an Uncle s car. He also in six or seven false alarms. He will be turned Over to juvenile authorities Rossiter said. Set Hurricane damages at $31 million in n. C. Kialeigh a in addition to causing eight deaths Hurricane Ponna s furious winds a and treacherous tides caused More than $31 million damage in North Carolina on a sweep up the coast earlier this month. The damage estimate was announced by gov. Luther Hodges. He said it resulted from government surveys of damage in 31 Eastern North Carolina counties. The total included $28,775,000 in damage to private property and $2,-504,000 to Public property. Hodges has asked president Eisenhower for a minimum allocation of $1 million in Federal disaster Relief funds. Dont lived three Sticks were discovered in one automobile. They were identified As Jac Queline Mershon 22, formerly of Rahway n.j., and Carol Procter 19, formerly of Dod Ham mass. The plot was uncovered thursday when an elevator operator at the school. Joseph t. Lipsett reported receiving a $5,000 bribe to Hilp place the dynamite throughout the build ing. Man said she and miss Procter took the Dyna mite from n construction site woman s somewhere in new Hamp Shire during their summer vacation. Miss Mershon a graduate of the school is a violinist with the Rochester philharmonic orchestra. Miss Procter was a Junior at the school which is a part of the University of Rochester. Lipsett said miss Mershon told him that she had received letters threatening her life if she did not blow up the school a main building and an Annex. But police found no letters. Ita Otna fat Troat Oei la it let. 1,ii i.,.mil .111 Charity solicitor picks wrong door Philadelphia a 4 George w. Henry 54, him on a door. Detective Wal Plant Kafir answered said he recognized Henry As a phony Charity Isilie Tor for Little orphans and took him to headquarter. The airy was charged with obtaining Money under false Prete set horror dining Rodin hotel Kaelene open again ivinin6s5 00 to lion pm visit. Isaore nobody beats Sandy s prices on famous make appliances  general electric  Maytag  Ria Victor  Toppson  Motorola 512-16 wis. Ave. Venture s College Olean . The University of Michigan and St. John s Law school Brooklyn . He was a track Star in College. Join atom Agency Vienna Austria a the Republic of Senegal and the Republic of Mali became members saturday of the International atomic Energy Agency Iaea bringing its membership to 75. Waukesha physician found dead in hotel Chicago go a Wauke she physician or. . Frick 54, was found dead in his hotel room. The Coroner s office a Aid he died of apparent Nat ural causes. The physician was in Chi Eago to attend a medical convention. Frick a past president of the Waukesha county medical society was a general practitioner at Waukesha Lor 25 years but in recent years specialized in anaesthesia. He was chief of Suff at Waukesha me Morial Hospital or several years. Actor Harves wife to file for divorce London in actress Margaret Leighton said sat urday she will seek a divorce from actor Laurence Harvey. Miss Leighton who was mar ried to Harvey in 1957, added i cannot yet say on what Harvey left London by plane for Hollywood to Fluk  movie. Foam rubber sofa pillows 2�5 14" in 4luxury cover Niia. Basement this is open Frilay if rings Tii 9 pm. Proudly we present Golden Harvest tones an exclusive new group of suit colors by botany 500. See Hoy they compliment your Uliey surround you with an added dimension of Richness and splendor. 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