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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 25, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Ammu Hitaf leu. Cit if ah4 cd Uhtof sepi. S8, 1960 see. 1, Page 4 Board proposes $1 million boost continued from Page 1 pools to hire 30 More teachers next. September. Housekeeping activities including cleaning heating and lighting Bills Telephone service and Upkeep of grounds will eat up nearly 10 per cent of the proposed budget. Another $725,000 must go toward payment and interest Teller urges resumption of nuclear testing san Francisco a \ or. Edward Teller father of the a bomb today urged that the United immediately resume nuclear testing. The famous physicist a professor at the University of California said the free world has no Assurance the soviets have stopped their nuclear experiments. The russians say they have stopped and they May have Teller told the air Force Assn. But he added we have no technical Means to chock As to whether they had stopped testing or stronger measures needed Teller said a Short dreadful War has become a real and immediate possibility within the past decade. He said the United states has failed to take sufficiently vigorous measures to make sure that its primary military Mission will be performed that of surviving an enemy strike and meeting the Challenge. If the russians know they cannot escape retaliation for any attack that will be the surest Way to maintain peace he said. Create smaller payloads we could make rockets much cheaper and we Are not making them cheaper by continuing e x p e i mentation with nuclear explosives Teller said. We could greatly reduce the weight of the payload of nuclear rockets and this would mean smaller rockets smaller bases cheaper hardening underground dispersal much greater mobility much greater certainty that we could hit Back. The fact that we stopped nuclear experimentation is a miscalculation that amounts to Many Many billions of dollars. Defense almost impossible it Means that when we ought to be ready we May not be ready. It May mean our lives the annihilation of our society and ideas of Freedom peace tolerance and human dignity he said. Teller said that real defense against enemy intercontinental ballistic missiles is almost impossible because defensive measures Are so much More expensive than the things the enemy can do to foil them. He said it is not possible to wipe out the human race with a nuclear blast As is the basis of a popular fictional Story. On school Bonds which will total More than $8 million at the end of 1960. Principal and interest payments on these Bonds in 1961 will be nearly $220,000 More than 1960 costs. Capital outlay by the Public schools is expected to total $150,500, a 121 per cent jump Over the current year. This figure includes Money for paving streets at two schools off Street parking at Washington Park High school and Mitchell school building improvements and new equipment. In its tentative budget the school Board lists $170,000 for electrical repairs and the renovation of the heating Plant at Park High. School rewiring sought Board members said saturday that the electrical Load on the school s wiring is reaching a critical Point and that new lighting fixtures also Are needed. Rewiring the older schools in the City is part of a Long term program established by the Board in previous years. The Board of education set aside $95,000 in its proposed 1961 budget for new textbooks. About $70,000 of this amount is expected to be turned during the year on textbook rentals. Enrolment increases d. L. Anderegg director of business services for the Public schools told Board members that the schools cannot realize a 100 per cent return on textbook purchases until school enrolment Levels off. However school enrolment increased by 850 students this fall and next year s enrolment will climb another 1,200, for a total of 17,600. After the Board of education acts on the 1961 budget next wednesday the request goes before the Board of estimates and to the City Council for its approval. Calls on Texas to support gop Austin Texas former gov. Allan Shivers for a third time called on Texas saturday to support the Republican presidential ticket promising tart comment on the democratic platform. Shivers a Democrat who served As governor longer than any other Man defied party lines in 1952 and 1956 to Lisa democrats for Eisenhower to a joint Victory with the republicans. This presidential year he favors the Richard Nixon Henry Cabot Lodge ticket and Renews an old bitter personal feud with sen. Lyndon b. Johnson the democratic vice presidential nominee. He said that a great number of Texas democrats have told him they cannot Supi Virt the democratic National platform or ticket this year. J the former governor left of fice in january 1957, after 22 years in Public life 71/ years As governor. Join Al to incs photo break ground for Carthage College Campus at Kenosha ground breaking and dedication ceremonies upper at the site of Carthage College in Alford Park in Kenosha attracted about 500 persons saturday afternoon. Principal speaker was gov. Gaylord Nelson lower right who said Public and Pri ate education must work in partnership in Wisconsin to meet the onrushing need for higher education facilities. Carthage is a private lutheran institution. Others present were lower left Racine county dist. Atty. Dexter Black the Rev. E. W. Belter pastor of Emmanuel lutheran Church of Racine and a member of the College Board of trustees or. Harold h. Lent/., College president Racine municipal judge Howard j. Durocher and Edward w. Larsen of Racine a trustee. Construction of the Kenosha Branch of the Illinois based school is scheduled to Start in the Spring. The College is expected to have a student enrolment of 1.000 and a faculty of 200 by 1970. Or Lentz said the Kenosha Campus will be ready for a freshman class by the fall of 1962. Id desk cleaning can really Hurt like destroying a paper covered Castle Pope Back in Vatican i Vatican City a Pope John Xxiii has returned to Vatican City after a two month stay in his summer residence in the Alban Hills South of Rome. A were Prioto lineman rescued Ronald Bell who came in Contact with a hot conductor on Utility pole in South Beloit iii., was held for 10 minutes by an unidentified fellow lineman wearing hat until the line could be Cut and Bell released. Bell suffered Severit bums. As reported by St. Luke s Hospital or. And mrs. Ivan Wilson of 3624 Kinzie ave., a son 24. Or. And mrs. Marvin Soren sen of 200.3 n. Main St., a daughter sept. 2 1. Or. And mrs. Adam Schook of 2221 Racine St., a daughter sept. 24. Or. And mrs. Dominick Graz Iano of 1419 Arthur ave., a daughter sept. 24. Or. And mrs. Herbert s. Schmidt of 1630 East St., a daughter. Sept. 24. As reported by St. Liar s Hospital or. And mrs. Edward Kaprelian of"2705 Hamilton ave a daughter sept. 24. Or. And mrs. Frank s. Rallo of 1629 West St., a son sept. 24. Or. And mrs. James Wade of 1753 state St., a daughter. Sept. 24. As reported by Burlington memorial Hospital or. And mrs. Ronald ban Man of Genoa City a daughter sept. 24. Traffic toll rises of 589 in state by the. p,r.,. Public Library Bookmon the death of a couple in a bile stops will be cancelled at rainstorm has raised wisc on All City and county locations sin s 1960 Highway traffic toll this week because of Mechanic to 589, compared with 600 on Cal difficulties Library officials this Day a year ago. Announced saturday. A Library Between Dallas and Houston or. And mrs. Lester Hall of truck will be stationed at the named two of its planes after by Hal Boyle new York a autumn is wives often pick to do one of their periodic thorough jobs of housecleaning. The weather is just right for it said my own wife who is in this mood herself. Immortal souls when 1 asked her Why women did these things she said it is Good for their immortal souls. And it would be Good for the immortal soul of one husband i know if he would go to his office right now and clean up his it would make him feel much better she said. Well 1 thought to myself on the Way to work maybe she s right and i really ought to clean off my desk a task i be been postponing now for some 23 years. Lost heart but when i got to the office and saw my littered desk my resolve melted. 1 did close my eyes pick up a few papers and discard them without looking. But then i had to Stop. My hands instinctively refused to do the bidding of my mind. After All How could t destroy in the Freny of an orderly moment this masterpiece of disorder i had spent so Many painful years carelessly perfecting the answer was i could t. And won t. A Man s desk is his Home away from Home. It is his paper covered Castle and the fortress of his soul. I hold with those who believe that a clean desk is the surest sign of a frigid tuned mind and that a lived at desk should have a lived at look. It sometimes seems to me that people who maintain a Clear and polished desk Are people who Lead polished lives Liat have Only a surface value. They have Tuu much of a Mirror Quality. Two types show me a Man who keeps his desk fastidiously spotless and i la show you a Man who is probably trying to hide something in him from himself. There Are two types of people in this world those who throw everything away and those who try to save everything. Those who have a mania for throwing things away Are the real life haters those who seek to hold on to things to give even a piece of string a hereafter Are the real life lovers. And naturally they keep disorderly desks. But their debris piled desks Are not a wasteland or a personal junkyard. They Are a treasure trove of the spirit holding layer upon Dusty layer of wonderful surprises and the living autobiography of the owner. To hold Institute at Hospital for institutions volunteers two sections of the third annual Volunteer Institute at the Racine county institutions will be held thursday sept. 29, at the county mental Hospital. Mental Hygiene will Lead a discussion on activity therapy for patients. Mrs. Woods Dreyfuss Milwaukee of the Wisconsin Assn. For mental health will Lead discussions on Volunteer services. A daytime session will be a movie on mental health held from 9 . To 3 30 . Will be shown and William Van for volunteers who serve Dur Dament Racine psych Logist Jing the Day said mrs. Thomas and vice president of the a a a. Frizelle Volunteer services Cine county Assn. For mental supervisor. Health will present a paper on a Section for evening and a mental health topic weekend volunteers will be staff panel planned held from 6-9 30 . I William Roewer of the ins Titu activity therapy discussion a moderate a staff during the daytime program panel discussion on the county miss Patricia Thornton Madi institutions. Others on the son of the state department Pixel will be mrs. Evelyn of Public welfare s division of Pylipas. Mrs. Margaret Jensen. Mrs. Jeanette Duck Torfli miss Ruth Fischer and Harvey Huj Hes. Leading discussions for volunteers will be mrs. Dreyfuss mrs. Robert Erickson exec Milwaukee a four five Secretary of the Racine men have been sentenced to mental health group Roewer prison and three others Given mrs. Pylipas miss Thornton probation on their pleas of no and mrs. Frizelle. Contest to Federal charges of mrs. Frizelle said a similar mail fraud in the Sale of Home but Shorter program will be i knitting and Ball Point pen Dis held for the evening Section pending machines. She said tuesday is Reserva _., tons deadline for Buffet of a lunches and suppers which will order prison on fraud count be served. Federal judge Kenneth p. Grubb were Christ treants 40, Milwaukee two years his brother Paul treants .38, Green sentence two on Bay 18 months Robert Johnson 22, Greensboro n.c., 15 Mir Rlph cd Flipi months and Edward Brock or we arcs Milwaukee 41, one year. Viroqua m two placed on two years Proba Brothers who were accused of Tion were Robert j. Barsch 35, killing a 5s-year-old farm hand Milwaukee and William Buller after they had engaged in a 41, and Norbert Mostek 36, drinking bout were sentenced both of Green Bay. Saturday after charges against the government charged that them were reduced the men worked for the Ameri Howard Volden 27, was can knit garment distributors sentenced to not More than 25 inc. And Tronko. Inc., both of Yeats in tiie state prison after Milwaukee and Daryl inc., of he pleaded guilty to a second Appleton. The firms and the Deeree murder charge in the men were charged with Mak slaying of Martin Ostrem of ing false promises concerning Rural Chaseburg. Prospective profits that would Donald Volden 25, was sen be made by buyers of the a tended to not More than 20 Chines. Al three firms went out it ii s in the state reformatory of business in 1958. When he pleaded guilty to a seven other defendants also e a be. Have pleaded no contest to Simi a Lar charges and will be sen authorities Brothers admitted tended monday. 1st banquet set for Indian guides shooting Ostrem to death and 1 dumping his body into Coon Creek near Stoddard on March 27. The Brothers said that the three had been drinking together for several hours. May be earlier More than 200 fathers and sons Are expected to attend the first annual Myca Indian to a Kinle guides banquet at the Myca " thursday evening. The Indian guide program designed to Foster a closer relationship Between a father and his son became a part of Myca youth activity this fall although it had been closely a associated with the Myca during the past 10 years. Activities of the Indian guides include Field trips cookouts. Rabbit trapping encampments three times a year and swimming. If you forgot to set your clocks Back an hour before you went to bed last night you Are now an hour ahead of the rest of the state of Wisconsin. At 2 . Today the state went Back on Central Standard time regaining the hour lost in the switch to Central Daylight time last april. Illinois and most other states will resume Standard time oct. 30. In respect to the memory of Fred h. Schulz the Union savings & Loon association will be closed after 1 30 . Monday september 26th City briefs silence Best for politicians stars and stripes Dallas now it can be told Lone Star airlines. Marine 1st it. Daniel t. Wallace son of or. And. Mrs. E bet Ter but not hear As Well. William c. Coulter certified Public accountant announces the opening of an offic for the practice of Public accounting in the Medd ii building 807 16th Street Mel rom 2.7914 Racine

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