The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 11, 1965 · Page 5
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July 11, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 5

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Arrested ex-G)nvict Identified as'Writer'Who Threatened LB J AMARILLO, Texas — (i?)— A 36-year-old ex-convict arrested here on auto theft charges has been identified as a former New Yorker indicted for allegedly v^^riting a threatening letter to President Johnson. Walter Daniel Hendrickson, captured in an Amarillo motel, was indicted by a federal grand jury last month in Albuquerque, N.M., in connection with a threatening letter mailed to the president in April. Used Aliases Hendrickson, who used a number of aliases, had been the object of a nation-wide search since the Secret Service issued an all-points bulletin for his arrest at the time President Johnson attended tiie United Nations 20th anniversary commemoration in San Francisco June 26. FBI agents in Amarillo declined to say whether Hendrickson was armed when arrested. But at his arraignment, Hendrickson told U.S. Commission J. L. Bagwell "I never carried a pistol. All I had was a rifle in my car." Hendrickson was remanded to the Potter County Jail in lieu of $5,000 bond, set after his arraignment on a charge of stealing a car from a New York auto rental agency. The car was found abandoned in Pocatello, Idaho. At the time of his arrest, he was driving a car which he had rented here. FBI agents said the aliases he used included John Gunnison, John F. O'Rourke, Allen Davis Savage and Walter Hollingwood. More Recent Letter Officers also linked Hendrickson, a New York printer, with a more recent letter threatening President Johnsons' life and signed with the alias of John Gunnison. An alarm for Gunnison sparked a wild five minutes for Johnson's guards when the president was in New York on July 2. In a bulletin issued in New York Gunnison was described as "armed and considered dangerous." Officers said he had been paroled from New York's Sing Sing prison in 1956 and had been convicted of burglary, grand larceny, and assault charges. An FBI spokesman said that Hendrickson had lived on and off in New York but that he had done considerable traveling in the western portion of the United States. San Francisco police said they were told Hendrickson was armed with a rifle and ammunition but that his trail had been lost after he left an Ogden, Utah, motel by car on June 24. WINE FED EARLY Back in the days of the Roman Empire, babies were weaned at six months and put on bread crumbs mixed with soup and eggs and heavily laced with wine. Thanf Says His Viet Plan for Cease-fire Interests West 52 Lost Lives UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.— (JP)— Sec-Gen. U Thant said Saturday the United States, Britain and France were "very (much interested" in his pro- (Posals for a cease-fire in Viet Nam and a new Geneva conference. Thant pressed his Vietnamese peace offensive in talks with officials during a week's visit to Europe, including two meetings in Geneva Iwith Adlai E. Stevenson, chief U.S. delegate to the United Nations. No Official Reaction "Of course," Thant told newsmen, "there was no official reaction yet." His assessment of Western reaction, he said, was based on his talks with diplomats and officials. He also said he hacj not yet presented his ideas to the So- ,viet Union, Communist China |or North Viet Nam, but added he would do so "at the appropriate time." In addition, he will confer with South Vietnamese, Cambodian and Laotian officials, Thant added. The secretary-general returned to New York from a trip apparently designed to revive the Geneva conference to settle the Vietnamese war. He discussed Viet Nam with French Foreign Minister Mau rice Couve de Murville in Paris and with British Prime Minister Harold Wilson and Foreign Secretary Michael Stew art in London. Earlier this year Thant tried unsuccessfully to set up talks to prepare for another Geneva conference. Direct Appeal In statements in London and in New York, Thant directly appealed for a new Geneva conference to discuss ways of implementing the 1954 agreement. He said "tliere must be a cease-fire" to save lives and protect property. In April, Thant said he would only urge a cease-fire when he considered the prospects good for acceptance of such an appeal. RACINI SUNDAY lULirnM CA Sunday, July 11, l«65 Probers Believe Blast in Section at Rear of Airliner Caused Crash 100 MILE HOUSE, B. C— IJP) —Investigators said Saturday they were convinced an explosion in the rear toilet- luggage section caused Thursday's crash of a Canadian Pacific Airlines plane in which 52 persons died. The authorities, who declined use of their names, said they found black smudges and other evidence of a blast on the left side of the four- engine DC6B airliner. Toilet Section Crumpled "The left side toilet, made of stainless steel, was crumpled like tissue paper," one investigator said in an interview with a Vancouver Sun reported. "The floor was blown out by a tremendous force and tliere were black smudges around the toilet. "T h e lavatory bulkhead (wall) and the fuselage in this area were blown out. Rivets on the side of the plane were sheared off." Another investigator said a passenger might have "left something" in the toilet or had it brought aboard in personal luggage." Word "Bomb" Isn't Used The authorities did not use the word "bomb" but said there was no fuel or equipment in that part of the plane which could have caused an explosion. Dick Bolduc, chief investigator for the Canadian Department of Transport, flew here with several agents and took charge of the investigation. Pieces of the crumpled toilet wall were sent to Vancouver, B. C, for stress tests and analysis of the smudges. Monday: Open at 9:30 A.M. 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