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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - March 26, 1962, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT 24 Pages WIS MONDAY MARCH ASSOCIATED PRESS CHICAGO DAILY NEWS SERVICE Price Eight Cents Submits Works Plan bs Measure Would Go to Areas Unemployment President jobs The new program had been today strongly urged by labor union program to leaders at a White House meeting projects at with Kennedy two weeks ago Affected The President that House economic improvement Secret Army Head Seized In Oran by French Forces ing from sub- hi new o tile as the during the past there are hearings on nearly 1.000 ition public smaller and abv future areas are experiencing problems of prolonged for prompt large-scale ment and in immediate economic distress am to week Kennedy reportedly a proposal by Joseph S Clark Jr and Rep John A Blatnik that up to million be made available for public works grants this if the April I ment figures don't show a matic drop February Report j The latest figures for ary show 5.6 per cent of the labor force out of work I The million could be spent only in areas of persistently high unemployment and would have to be matched state and local governments The administration's official view on the proposal will be given to the House Public Works Com- 01 today by Secretary of caused Labor Arthur J Goldberg f today's tary of Welfare Abraham ment coff Director David E final personal Bdl carman Walter Heller of ry ot State the Council of Eco- and Hermit ns a member of the State Accord he death a final speech leaving day But the Jse of T G Indian diplo- at n adjourned anan as an Nef son Says Lake Access f tag Gov Gaylord of the Nelson the state's man of great gram for of Iakes talent and streams Rusk would ment a meeting moving too slowly He directed the Conservation Commission and Department to move faster The chief executive made lie letters sent to commissioners Jouhaud and His Staff Taken Prisoner After Fight in Heart of City Algeria In addition to false papers ia Edmund Jouhaud one of the the name of Jouhaud wanted leaders of the Eu- had a mustache and a Jouhaud beard and was wearing civilian clothes At the moment of the arrest Jouhaud was in a meeting with 16 other persons About 10 of them were taken to the police headquarters Five were flown to During the search of the story seafront building personally led by the deputy prefect of police in Oran a number of apartment doors were forced open gn Minister and was ex- at icr any at on Berlin rector for a speed up in: Nelson said some progress has been made under the 1559 law promoting public access He ed that 13 public access projects have been completed 18 i projects are under way and Washington preliminary Mnst Act Now This rate of progress is not he declared Even r I alter allocating funds tor projects given preliminary approval there remains a total of more than in uncommitted state funds with another be- coming available July 1 With and more shoreline Flames Engulf the Wisconsin Malting grain elevator near downtown early this ing as firemen from nine communities combined to battle the fire The elevator which was destroyed is Photo by Daryl Cornicle cf located on the Manitowoc River No cause of the fire has been determined Xo injuries were reported The elevator was unused and was about to be razed ropean Sec ret Army was cap- tured and sped to a French on today The secret army then rallied French settlers in Algiers for a defiant mar c h that was ed in blood For about an hour fighting with axe blows ranged in downtown Algiers be- Reports Sunday said that the fore the European crowds were operation was aimed at finding a dispersed A government secret army radio transmitter main said 15 were killed and 130 One of those arrested with him wounded Melting away into side Turn to Page 12 CoL 5 streets the crowds shouted at French soldiers The French News Agency ing private sources gave the death toll as 31 A spokesman stated that haud and his staff were captured during a battle that raged through the heart of second city in western geria Secret army commandos tried to rescue Jouhaud their mander in western Algeria were driven off Jouhaud and four others ing a woman were flown to Paris today and locked up in I Sante Prison Jouhaud along with Raoul Salan and other fugitive leaders of the abortive With Precision and speed two general's revolt in Algiers last hijacked an armored car and April is under a death sentence fled with but for that defiance of President Charles de Gaulle's government The FBI entered Caught in were reported A French spokesman in Algiers gunmen were described said Jouhaud and his staff were unmasked white men wearing trapped in a building on fa white shirts and waterfront that had been under trousers surveillance for some time were alded b-v accomplices The captives were transferred m bowing car to a gendarmerie barracks of the hijacking utes fater a strong secret early Sunday radicated the gun commando sroup attacked the men barracks The French forces re- the attack Officials said Jouhaud was Armored Car Get Driver Slugged Guard Disarmed in Florida Robbery JACKSONVILLE Fla men studied owned Marvin had Picked P ar- asy s from the port 10 i spite of the t r issues the ign ministers e in 2 7 Fire Destroys Elevator in Manitowoc Threatens City Minor blazes in si ings near the elevator were ex- Kennel Club Saturday Driver Slugged Officers said the truck driven by C D and carrying guard Edgar Strickland stopped at the company gates so Griswold was supposed to drive the truck through the doors When stepped down driver's seat he was millions ot Indians and Pakistanis Another gunman dis- agencies should expand headed home irom Strickland as he sot out trains for use of Ule most magic two Strickland was bound and and other farm products to help m my Bushed back into the truck with Kastenmeier Wants Surplus Food to Go To World's Hungry WASHINGTON rested Sunday about 4 p.m Jackie Starts Homeward Trip KARACHI Pakistan CA America's First queen to from 9 Area Fire Departments Answer mgs near the elevator were ex- memories of elephants one of the TK other Alarm BlaZe Spotted fOr 30 MlleS worid Rep Robert and tribal man forced to r said the fire was so hot it said today Jacqueline Kennedy About a of a A fire that at- Firemen reported the fire un- caused the Manitowoc River B 4 A 6 B 8 A 4 B 8 B 6 A 8 B 8 B 1 to He said he has sent to j closed by private one-third of Manitowoc's der control about 4 30 after Flames towered Secretary of each passing year it 32.000 residents leveled a from nine fec f L Freeman Aid is absolutely essential that we use unused gram elevator near the ines responded to the alarm and or Fowler Hamilton and Food -or these funds now to preserve downtown section early fought the fire for four hours could spotted 30 away Peace lie rights to lakes and streams Cause of the fire which was dis- The blaze apparently started in Govern asking I am therefore requesting the Spectators watched the blaze covered about midnight by a the wooden elevator program Conservation Commission and the from nearby building roofs and man looking out the window of his and spread quickly to an ad- The use of milk arc cheese Department to take whatever aided firemen in hosing down station house and a police joining storage building about 110 said could be steps are deemed appropriate to tops to prevent further fire man in a squad car and at least feet high The two buildings were doubled or tripled in the Food for chieftains Jacqueline Kenaedy her first Asian tour and hoped to corns About a quarter away the honked the rator George lor a stepped-up Drunken Drivers Since Jan 1 accelerate this program aze six other persons is unknown located about six blocks from the Peace program He asked the 60 Oscar F Zander 65 route hce reported that they had re- main complaints that boys had tkm been spotted in the elevator ings this week xo Report to System Fire Chief James Danielson could not be reached late this morning to report whether he planned an investigation into the cause of the Firemen were still battling small blazes in the a half elevator area up to noon today downtown three for treir views on 2 Seymour this action back and a car pulled behind and followed closely Two or three miles later the truck stopped in a section qf town and the loot was trans- ferred to the automobile The gunmen bound Griswold and put him in the rear with Strickland They took the tuck keys and fled Strickland freed himself ard Griswold and notified the Russian Jests Indicate Neutron Weapon in Incubation Stage Sukarno Suspends Talks With Dutch hundreds of of dollars subs which about 10.000 4 to Climbing Greening JAKARTA Indonesia President today withdrew representatives from with the Dutch on West New Guinea but did not shut the door to talks A spokesman for she saic early this BY WILLIAM H STONEMAN ing at the scene of the tire the service fire could have destroyed a large GENEVA secret talks last wees part of the downtown Manitowoc ca's nuclear n s tjie of a device raj wans would not return business district if the wind had missile which is only two countries could saire trne of the been any stronger The elevator ed to deter Russian aggression V to trv ard would was located on and the threat of massive retaliation the United States up tO Ils pay Western is threatened with eventual im- the enormous cost of mobilization by a Russian product the United f rm now fa States is expected to include around reported One fireman incubation stace perverts of a ed his arm was cooked as he imme omb m Se senes of comparatively short v diate One or more tests that it is due to conduct Sonet nuclear Id tests conducted bv the Russians late in April into wnich they can him with noses sept him 3 L n all of thp nf r r September indicated At the same time it will a or uie tCd down With a line sprav Of r r un did not require were on an duct a important series of s UD in time if they tests with streamlined nuclear to make the warheads of refined design and y vast investment vastly increased efficiency It is assumed they are It is understood for example Feasible bat Expensive that the United States has Despite tight security on the a warhead for the Polaris subject two things can be re- missile which weighs roughly 50 pieces of tjn flying several blocks ported without danger of contra- pounds and has as much power from the scene of the fire diction A neutron device as the present warhead The high elevator was blotting out the electronics of ing around 10 times that much fo Th corrugated tin elevator was about to be razed col- landed a few hours after the firp SSl the fe 1 n ward eases which resulted in e we S of immobilizing the tem f Ils ne ind of an by ex Were injured in a head on collision Neck Road by the Wisconsin Malting an is feasible and it Perfection of such u warhead tum cares to con- R I Saturday Pinned in car is Edward Czerwinski the driver of Co The firm had been is just as expensive as it is would make it possible to fire i passenger was also injured The other car involved caught fire ing to have the building destroyed ly important laris missiles from submarines and reportedly had received a bid I In the case of the United States only a fraction as large as the of for the job lit is estimated that it would cost present WC be told to do would be to Turn to Page 12 Col a i Wisconsin Fair to cloudy east and south portions today tonight and day Considerable cloudiness with little temperature change in northwest portion today night and Tuesday Warmer m southern sections on Tuesday Highs today in north and east portions and portions Lows tonight 32 Appleton Temperature for period ending 9 High low 26 Temperature at 10 a m 44 Barometer reads 30.15 Wind is from the east at 5 miles an hour No tion Sun sets at p.m rises Tuesday at Moon rises at p.m
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