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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 31, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal time Kittitas vol. 30, no. 4t.Racine, wis., sunday january 31, 1960 88 ?"6 ?"20 cents no City action decide to Otter old t or Sale the old Myca building at 4th Street and Wisconsin Avenue is being offered for Sale Myca officials announced sat urday. Harold l. Gibbs general Secretary said the Board of director Quot had decided that a oin View of the uncertainty of the Purchase of the a yet property by the City of Racine either for parking purposes or for a new police station it is necessary to place the building up for Sale at its appraised ?� the building and land was appraised at $275,000 in june 1957. The site however had been offered to the City for $185,000. In finance picture Gibbs said Sale of the old building since 1956 had been figured into financing the new Myca building at 8th Street and Lake Avenue. The new $2.8 million seven Story building is scheduled to be completed about april 15. The old Myca first came under consideration As a parking lot in february 1956, by downtown parking inc., a group of downtown businessmen which was formed to acquire property which the City could Purchase and develop for off Street parking. In november. 1957, the City Council approved Purchase of the Myca property for $185.-000 and two adjoining properties for use As a parking lot. No recommendation negotiations were stalled however and last year the City Council went along with a recommendation by City traffic Engineer Fred j. Kaiser or. That the parking lot be developed on land across the Street from the Myca on Wisconsin Avenue. The City parking commission currently is negotiating for the Purchase of six parcels of land on the Wisconsin Avenue site. The City plan commission last year discussed possible use of the old Myca for a safety building to House the police department and possibly other City departments. The commission so far has failed to recommend such a move snipped Ponytail he s sent to Pokey Milwaukee a up a Carroll Weyenberg got 30 Days in the House of correction saturday because he did something about his wife to Hairdo. He lopped off her blonde Ponytail while she slept. The wife. Kathleen 22, was not amused. She went straight to the District attorney. Weyenberg was charged with disorderly conduct. Insurgent mobs Block paratroops in Algiers throngs continue to defy de Gaulle related Story on Page 15 Algiers map a defiant French insurgents used a cheering mob saturday night to thwart army efforts to Cut off the barricades in the streets of Algiers. The mob shouted Defiance of president de Gaulle. The women of Algiers were urged by a rebel Leader to form a living Wall before the barricades to guard their men against attacks by troops. Insurgent leaders rejected what they said was a surrender ultimatum from the army calling it an insult. The army denied issuing any ultimatum. Troops swept up paratroopers ordered to surround and Seal off the barricades in the heart of the City were swept up in the surging shouting throng. Shoulder to shoulder army lines gave Way before the crowd and the big Plaza before the barriers soon was Black with a mass of human report Macarthur in serious condition journal times photo tug Breaks ice Jam a it took a Little Manu Evering saturday for this fishing tug to work itself Clear of ice in Root River. Later in the Day mild temperatures helped to break up most of the ice. Toss 2 Kennedy rivals off n. Hampshire ballot Dean of Ripon Hurt in crash the out my. A come inside Quot a few moments later Loudspeaker boomed again a oif you done to want to go Home come inside the barricades. Come where we Are and two Ripon College officials we a Lve you something to and their wives were injured a saturday afternoon in a two me in �?tj1crovv in 1 a car Accident at Highway 45 dissidents but most straggled and country trunk c. Off Home. Paratroops took up posts. Around the fringes of the bar Hospital were Robert a Jades Ltd. By to . A with the army threat clearly stalled for the moment and a torrential rain pouring Down the insurgent loudspeakers Broad new York a Ltd general immediate decision on whether the army Douglas Mac surgery would be necessary. We asked you to be Here to j a. ,. I. Exercise your pressure to help Arthur was reported Iii serious mat aniline who celebrated us. That pressure bore fruit. I condition saturday suffering his birthday last tuesday cannot say More. Go Home from a non malignant prostate entered Manhattan to Lenox now. The Hirst Parachute Kdle Condl Jon Hill Hospital Friday for a Uno regiment has received orders just a my spokesman said logical examination. To impose the curfew. But be in go year old hero of two simple enlargement Back at 8 Mociock in the morn a wars. Was not in critical condition. There no a tests have the presence of an obstruction due president meets with Mcdonald Concord n. H. A i pm a preference poll Section of the oppose Kennedy to official slate with More than a month left March 8 primary. Their move raised to eight up / 44.thebefore new Hampshire to first a it them a a Nowc number of Kennedy Candlin Paris. De Gaulle and in the nation presidential Pri a dates who will Battle the sen a Zegert. Weas. ,0ae Uin Premier Michel Debre held Mary sen. John f. Kennedy tor Kennedy too. Jatori to streamlined 20 member 4� condition mrs. Ashley urgent talk with their top and. Saturday knocked out two of streamlined slate slate publicly endorsed by him v it iry i i Quot it in vesers his three democratic oppo four prominent democrats. And pledged to vote for Ken be of alumni a relations in step fight Palm Springs cents. But he failed to Stem a including the chairman of the Nedy As Lon Ash a name 18-good&Quot condition and mrs i the government took action a president Eisenhower and growing feud among his own delegation to the 1956 before the convention. Fehlandt 60 in a a to fair it cond. To Stop any possible flight to David j. Mcdonald head of the supporters. Convention and the top Delegate results of the new Hamp tl0n it it Algeria by sympathizers of the United steelworkers Union had kicked off the ballot after vote getter in both the 1952 and Shire preference poll or so Roi pop offi Rifle the Foier rebel ious european residents a 90 minute breakfast Chat sat the Massachusetts senator to 1956 primaries filed As pro called a Beauty contest a to Tare not f. A a a plane flights in France urday. And there were Indica Campaign aides said faked Sig Kennedy Delegate candidates to binding on the state to Conven a a j were banned except by special a .11 ii or we finns the steel Price question natures were used were to Hon delegates. The upon alumni club i authorization a11 visas for in 11 malt Way Cago. Gen. Douglas Macarthur the dissidents said they re ing was okayed by Kennedy. May have been discussed Cowboy Singer Elton Britt of James c. Hagerty White Damascus md., and Lar Amer the Golf of St House press Secretary de jct first Daly a perennially scribed the session As mainly unsuccessful candidate from i a or social. But he added in reply Chicago. Ult i Mig i Nik i Talo a question that he assumed sworn affidavits Moscow Chi Premier there was some discussion of c. The recent settlement of the Secretary of state Harry e. A he few a old a a urday he tractor victim Dies Marathon steel strike. Jackson announced the decision 1 louds the threat of War in the breakfast meeting was at seconds after Kennedy backers hanging Over the world begin state toll now is 53 the desert resort Home of presented him with sworn affix t0 be dispelled a by the associated pre Tass reported he sent a Mes Algeria issued before saturday _ i k j sent the democratic state com ?zn., Irion Hsioh were cancelled to Itcik Picl my my tee s action in a Hind Nick sheriff s deputies identified late m the Day before saw w unman rav Muu Avine the official slate which mrs to Fehlandt As the Driver of Gen. Jacques Massu and Gen . South Africa not yet been officially opened. Die Auto in which tile tout were Pau try chairman of the a Laau a drilling Rig reached on the same floor is a room Riding. The other Driver was chiefs of staff. A depth of 250 feet saturday for his wife. Jan. Macarthur to Massu is the hero of the night Abs Zut half Way to the 21-year-old son Arthur a to a simple enlargement of the prostate gland of a non malignant nature. The general is now resting comfortably and is not in any degree of announced a 1st army spokesman. A othere is no decision regarding the nature or Date of any surgery in the immediate future Quot the spokesman said. A of he general to condition is considered serious but not critical. The additional studies will require at least two weeks first time a patient Macarthur chief aide a. Gen Courtney Whitney retired. Spent Friday night at the Hospital. He said that this was probably the first time Macarthur had Ever been a Hospital patient. The Doughty old Soldier is the Only patient on the fourth floor of the Hospital to new Wollman Pavilion which had student at Columbia universe James c. Thompson 37, of St. J prances wig. He was not in French settlers in Algeria. It cured was his dismissal As Comman j it in it is Trappu m to is visiting his father regu 7he Fehlandt Auto was trav Der of the Algiers to military re Clydesdale Colliery Here since Jarry oiling South on Highway 45 and Jon that brought on the cur ,a11, Eisenhower to vacation Host. D a v s documenting their lass reported be sent a Mes the death of an elderly Man Thompson to Auto had turned rent crisis. Mine officials said the Dia c George e. Allen. Charges that nominating Peti Sage to a youth and student who was struck by a tractor s o u t h on Highway 45 from a Ovive Massu Quot mond bit Drill is still grinding smash i heir King it seemed Likely there was tons filed for Britt and Day rally from Balkan and Adriatic raised the Wisconsin Highway county trunk c when the a through the hard Rock forma of a in acc Melv pm inf some talk of whether steel bore signatures of dead men countries at Bucharest to to i to 53 saturday compared cadent occurred deputies said.1e Gerian Crow s Ian a on Bas impeded Rescue prices will go up eventually As and nonexistent voters. Mania. He said he welcomed with 55 on this Day a year ago. Hospital spokesmen said ten c ,n8 be a a us operations All week. J new York a i he Fri a result of the strike Settle the unprecedented action left a in get no of tie younger Gen a Harrison Denston 70, Rte mrs Ashley suffered a Frac of e Sarre Meetins he a meanwhile a second Drill said saturday it had smashed ment. Which was to a great sex Kennedy with Chicago pen Erat Lon from countries of an Chilton died in a Chilton lured right hip and a forehead tip Rea hed a depth of 225 feet. A ring of six Ford motor co. Tent on the Mcdonald Union s manufacturer Paul c. Fisher As 1 barreveof6eurcme a Hospital saturday of injuries laceration mrs. Fehlandt the nning squad it a 1 rescuers Pian a who smuggled More wage crease terms. His Only rival in the democratic p or Europe. Suffered Friday when he was Mouth and nose lacerations. _ to i flood water and medical sup struck by a tractor on a town Chest injury and possible rib econ s a or ass what the civil War . Was really Uke report another Case Quot it and near Stockbridge. The fractures Ashley pass Hie Bucke a St cd in by was male the Small Drill holes. Par a from a new a Jersey As i o l l a in. Tractor Driver August Klitzk. Injury and left knee ,.fr Day for hurried con a the 1 team a a sinking a Sembly Plant. Of diphtheria in Idaho 58. Said that Denston appear and Fehlandt forehead Afara a los vn1 not a Shaft to serve As an escape m e a Assembly line Pocatello. Idaho Iype entry fell in front of his be Sion. Knee laceration and pos a Hale �vera11 military com route this project reached a workers at the Manwah n. J. F j it hide. Sible Back injury. Another confirmed Case of a j diphtheria and 18 suspected ones were reported saturday1 night in Southeast Idaho. Of h6f6 he\?8 13 other cases confirmed in the area Minneapolis a it it a a minn., state Hospital three a Stab wound in the Chest. Street. Johnson who was Cap since the first of the year former mental patient stabbed years ago. Others hospitalized with Stab tured nearby had been sought Mas immunization clinics five persons on a Busy Down one of the victims. Lucian wounds in the buttocks were by Ponce at a bus to. Minneapolis Davd a a called t0 say he had left the turn to Page 2, col. 2 depth of 50 feet. Pm w w a they Here just kids hut their blood soaked tile ground at anti Etain and Mal Ern Hill. A lot Mort died in dirty hospitals from dirty wounds. What did these kids think of War How were they trained How did they fight the noted editor of Atn Eriean heritage Bruce cation tells you what the civil War . Was really like. The Best from american heritage on Page 9. Stabs 5 persons on Busy Street in Minneapolis Plant hid the parts in their clothing and smuggled them past Security police. The parts were sold at discount prices to dealers the Fri said. Racine area weather have been set up throughout town Street saturday after Tourneur noon before being captured by was in critical condition from school student poor condition police in this Section the area. District health director or. Victor Overholt said Here the critical condition 18 suspected cases Are in Black _ i detective capt. Cliff Eglund he said 31 of the 32 con sad the Man a ave his name Asl firmed and suspected cases so Kenneth a. Johnson 36, who far reported have been around had been living in a Minne Apo local news Page 6 Blackfoot and nearby Pingree its boarding House. Eglund american heritage Page 9 Nelson 24, a Bible Blouse with a Butcher knife. World. Pages Julius Johnson. 57, poor condition and Oliver Giebler 61, fair. All Are of Minneapolis. Joann Jirasek 15, Anoka . And state news Man was trea de for g wound it it a in the buttocks and released. Some 25 Miles North of Poca i tailor. Quoted him As saying he had been a patient at St. Peter capt. Eglund said that when Johnson was seized he was carrying a paring knife and a Penknife in addition to the Butcher knife. The detective quoted John a son As saying variously a Oll two Block area needed a sedative Quot and a of the attacks took place in Ai thought they were russians to to two Block stretch along Hen when asked Why he editorial Page 14 Pepin Avenue a main business j stabbed the five persons. Had sunday Jan. 31, l�d0 partly Cloudy and mild today and monday. High today mid 30s, and Low tonight upper 20s. South to Southwest winds 8 to 15 Miles an hour today. Elsewhere in Wisconsin partly Cloudy and mild today and monday. High today in the 30s

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