The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on August 9, 1959 · Page 9
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August 9, 1959

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 9

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11 Dogs Victims of 'Gators Lurking in Florida City Pond TAMPA, I'la. —(/P)— Eleven curious child too near and kill dogs, once frisky about a murky pond in North Tampa, are dead—killed by alligators that have preyed on pets for weeks, Parents in the area are outraged. They fear the 'gators, one reported at least 10 feet long, tnay someday lure it. Excursion Steamboat Aground on Sandbar PORTLAND. Ore. — (/P) — The excursion steamboat Centennial Queen, with 500 persons aboard, ran aground — AP Wlrrpholn MARGARET O'BRIEN A BRIDE — Actress Margaret O'Brien, 21, Saturday became the wife of commercial art student Harold Robert Allen Jr., 24, in a wedding ceremony at .Si. Martin of Tours Catholic Church in Hollywood. Hundreds of friends and fans attended. Singer- actress Anna Maria Alberghetti was one of the bridesmaids. Among the guests were Charles Ruggels and Edward G. Robinson Jr.. songwriter Jimmy McHugh and composer Meredith Wiilson. John r *ield,s, who lives near the pond, said his children's pet, large dog named Spricky, neighborhood I Was found dead and mangled at the edge of the pond. "Tho.se alligators lie therie like {} log and let the dog play. Then they hit the dog with ^ their tail and eat him up," I'iclds said. Police said the alligators must be captured alive because firearms cannot be discharged in the city. Attempts to catch the alligators have been unsuccessful. on Columbia! a sandbar in the River slough near urday. There appeared to be no immediate danger to the vessel, which ran aground a few hundred feet from its loading dock at the Oregon Centennial Exposition. Burglar Loots Home Believe Heiress Sent to Sea, Away from Her Jailed Lover here Sat 0^ President's Widow ^ WASHINGTON — (^t — A burglar stole $170 and some costmiie jewelry from the home of Mrs Woodrow Wilson, widow of the World War President, police said Saturday. The money and trinkets be- An attempt was being >nade '""Bed to Mrs. Wilson's personal secretary, Mrs. Margaret Brown. Police said Mrs. Wilson was in her bedroom and the secre- State Offices Being Reshuffled MADISON — i/P) — Wisconsin's slate agencies are undergoing the biggest office reshuffling since the present Capitol building was completed 42 years ago. Opening of a second wing on the main state Office Building, ocated two blocks from the Capitol, set off the changes. Most of the new space will be occupied by the state Department of Public Welfare and the new Department of Administration. The Attorney General's office and Department of Public Instruction will receive additional Capitol space made available by the change. This will enable Public Instruction to terminate leases for office space rented from private sources. Capitol basement areas, as a result of the reshuffling, will no longer be used for offices. Officials directing the moving predict it will be completed in about a month. RACINE 8UNDAT BCLLWHN Aa|«ftl».10B» SM^l^VltcJI to get tugboats to hel|>>movc the vessel off the sandbar. Careless smoking habits and the misuse of matches are the leading causes of fire. tary was the time. out of the house at REFORESTATION OSLO—As part of Norway's reforestation program, 86 million saplings were planted last year in an area of about 70,000 acres. ALWAY S FIRS! QUALITY? DOWINTOWIN PKNNI^Y'S & KLMWOOD PLAZA! TILBURY, England—(/^t—A 1 shapley blonde sailed for West Africa Saturday, and the best guess was that shipping heir-' ess Katharine Dovvsett was sent off on a spa trip leaving her lover in jail. Katharine's family declined to confirm the report. The ship's officers, too, refused any information about their blonde passenger. But a girl answering ^Catharine's description was aboard the British freighter Mendi Palm when it sailed. Katharine, 20, heiress to a Wirepluilo Mike Gisondi arge shipping fortune, spent six days in jail last month after defying an English high court order forbidding her to see or marry London playboy Edward Langley. Langley, 27, still is behind bars after twice eloping to Scotland with the under-age heiress. Me already has spent 24 days in jail for contempt. He will be freed only when the high court decides he has! purged his contempt—whether this is today or next year. The blonde girl arrived with another elegantly dressed woman at dockside in a big sedan. Both women boarded the freighter. Newsmen said they believed the other woman was Katharine's stepmother. Mrs.^ iGladys Dowscll. ! The first port of call of the grimy little Mendi Palm is at^ Freetown in Sierra Leone. Paralytic Polio Continues Rise WASHINGTON —(/Pi— The number of paralytic polio cases continued to increase last week, but the pace was slowed somewhat. The total for the United States last week was 18.3, a record number for 1959, thC; Public Health Service reported. I That was an increase of eight over the week before. Early last month, the figure MARQUETTE, Mich. -(/Pi— jumped 50 per cent in one An intensive nine-day manhunt week. in Michigan's north woods i ^-^.^^ ^-^^^ , ended Saturday wuh the cap- t^js year, there have been 1,- ture of fugitive lite-term killer:3,4 paralytic cases. In the Mike Gisondi 43 miles west of pp^i ^d ,^^,1 year, there Marquette. i ^vere 579 .such cases. In 1955, Gisondi had been hiding in before Salk polio vaccine was Upper Michigan woods and available, 2,525 paralytic cases swamplands since his escape were reported in the first eight from the maximum securityi months, stale prison at Marquette .lulyj jyiany Negro Cases 31 by hiding in a garbage truck; ^^^^.^ p,^^,^^ ^^^^.^^ leaving the prison. \ ^^.^ ^^.^^ g3 ^^^^ ^^.^ Marquette County Sheriff i year's polio victims—both par- Thomas Jernstad and state po-|aiytic and non-paralytic—have lice detective Sgt. Tony Spratto been Negroes and that more caught the 29-year-old convict than 75 per cent of the par­ as he was attempting to break alyijc victims had not taken into a hunting camp. jany polio vaccine. A force of 20 state troopers' Surgeon General Leroy E. and sheriff's men had centered Burney said the epidemic in .their search in the area after a Des Moines was subsiding but man fitting Gisondj's descrip- the one in Kansas City, Mo., lion was reported lo have was continuing, broken into a cabin of the There was some question as Peshekee River in Marquette to whether New Haven, Conn., County Friday night. I had been added to the epidem- Charles Platenbei'g of Cham-'ic list. The Public Health pion, owner of the cabin, re- Service said it had been ad- ported he encountered the man^'^ed that an epidemic had de- as he returned home from a veloped there. But New Haven shopping trip. Platenberg said authorities Friday called that the man fled when he ap-« misunderstanding. 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Take 1 Boy and 13 Sticks of Gum.. / % ^^ * * * Ihai's VVfiy Airliner Had to Turn Back LONDON — (/!») — A boy and 13 sticks of chewing gum forced a big airliner to turn back over the Atlantic Saturday and return 250 miles to New York. The boy, John Rand, 10, North Babylon, Long Island, N.Y., ate the gum as the British Over.scas Aii-ways Corp. Strato> cruiscr headed toward London. Only when he had eaten all LI sticks did he read the print on the packet. Tells Father "Laxative chewing gum," it said, "take one as required." John gulped. He told 4iis father, one of the party of installment purchase agents and their families who had chartered the plane for a convention trip to London. John's father looked at the packet and told the steward. The steward told the captain and they radioed Idlewild Airport for advice. Carried Trays Back came the word of a doctor: "Keep the boy busy and bring him back for treatment." 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