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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - March 31, 1962, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT 18 Pages WIS SATURDAY MARCH 31 1962 ASSOCIATED PRESS CHICAGO CAILY SERVICE Price Eight Cents Kennedy Picks White For igh Court Sees Need For New Negotiating Ideas Sir Oliver Franks Cites Novel Method Common Market Employs to Solve Problems French Army Posts Hit by Secret Army Former All-American Grid Star Old to Become Youngest Member Former All-American halfback Byron R White to the U.S Supreme Court I the team of s courts V general was named to the court by President Kennedy At 44 I member if he's con- by Senate lur the to vacated bv Justice t V on enters to I -J Senate Republican Leader left Lawrence center and Welter all of the are as they heard Circuit Judge Brute Beilfuss sentence BV THOMAS way to form a unified n Madison to life imprisonment for a Wisconsin policeman Business that Sir Oliver Franks chairman of Russia want to bother ALGIERS army o Illinois de- ye m tne Lloyds Bank of London he indicated commandos overran French scribed as one of day that western nations must out in army outposts near ot and take the Kennedy into Common Market's novel method zone Q his The appointment was the latest Compromise on ond Purchases Likely cart re- to j There is no the Common Market so ot than people are Qualified French lite me 0 ate me and I'll try to his ItV a very first supreme of strucK pr darkness made in and n Kennedy Reported Ready to Accept Amended Version nations nave not fcs in agricultural products aid to nations trade to these The wav we with problem now hy mountains The French soldiers lie products he said were not harmed is true solution Algerian nationalist leaders are v at Aid Problems the for OVer the North African Territory -0 which has beer racked bv nations and currencies WASHINGTON AP Sir Oliver to the public at said the Unites States shea ana terrorism tor years v I nas peen European Cooperation Planned Premier Ben Ben Senate support for a plan to or obstacles to a unified free n vide the United Nations with UD world and said free nations have lec to no v myf wo t i T c t- Tro t Ke was as torian of the class at Uni- versity of Colorado He was a Turn to Page 2 Col 3 to to million in U.S funds merely the problems Although the final details re- 2nd forth between themselves by mained to be wrapped up a process of compromise in their was reported to each otner prove a compromise bv which The ot Congress would authorize up to European Common Market have million in loans to the formed a creative idea new in be negotiated at inter- he world in they subvert I est rates and at time ranges set their self-Interest and try to hy the President solve for their common This represents an good ne said AP tion of administration proposals Found a Way v purse sobbed On the offered by Senate He said the free nations Q Republicans Many believe it will these sax for from U.S open a oath for Algerian nations he tion France the Arab world v aren't secure unless they and all Turn to Pate 2 Col 1 He tne ot tne clear reference to the secret army cf Eu- to Shadow of Military Rule Hovers Behind New Argentine Head BUENOS AIRES AP ties today ct archer White leader release from a French part ot he addition to his re- the deal with the Pans scholarly D Irs Raymond in Madison Friday ge fauna a way of that DISON The arrived her husband Richard sentenced to The Senate is scheduled to begin debate on it Original Proposal asked for nent for killing a Wisconsin policeman son William 23 also received a life free world President clerk to Chief Justice Vinson he third member of the trio Lawrence authority to purchase million mother Mrs Catherine l igo Trio Gets mum Penal imposes Life Terms on r Murdering Policeman i tne were the two shot TI ior each other the of Senate votes tor this in 25-year 2 per cent interest Z bonds as financial assistance i for in the Conzo and the Middle The Committee defeated S to 7 a sub- proposal by Sens B HIckenlooper and George D Aiken for a three-year loan to the United tions at prevailing rates about 3.5 per cent Trw committee then a proposal for the purchase cf million in bonds the provision the United would make additional purchases rr un to million hv other nations Although the administration re- had rounded up a lew Arms Ban Is Sought Soviet Draft Treaty Gets Opposition From U S Group United have him c j executive is un- has excelled in rier the r rench until the vote for independence is he Dixie Schools Get ot the to in income to farmers In of Gov Gaylord Nelson said Friday the other choice under existing law sure to be approved said And J know that ne of income to the farmers at a more stark prides justification Federal Aid Cut Pond for a drastic cut than that nas announced I am Informed that ATLANTA AP Southern exceptionally Freeman will do cost of racial in the However Rep to new to of a federal tn nait a ot tne House the funds next year for Judiciary Tite governor said the schools that have students He said the had effort ro present hich in Alabama a Verv mer Senate president set i- to from a home and abroad from the of exiled D Peron who drew more than cent uf ro Drive on was not T as trial L b o- no Nations ne mace con- it s ior me to v suspect bv anv T- tnn l ct ministration leaders and nr wa- cot on tne Democrats N e 1 s o n rials said jet ann Possible Death Sentences convicted of Policy Committees Meet n Slain Union Okay Expected Ponce B ej pcr Steel Pact rms for AP Top union were expected an early and to to tor steel a lor Five Accused Killers Claim Their Victim Hired Then Coached Them to trom firms abroad terms ine two toes 21 Lake n Chief of the major to be tho least of any shot down firms are to have labor contract ir many and atrocious he pact that he Thoy hrid secret here without price Hir own Friday Gains to were t oho an- For fho union the ioncy after job security for n of the workers more t hy which the Union's Roard and about retaining in an GOP Dinner e that vou are It hard-hit by n or the obtaining Tho BY TilK I anides tor already earn an average y- by tre victim of all Phoenix tn sonte intn the rope to Trv i Snow Dying Gasp cf March Lion the Nine Killed in State jury hart price laid down by an hour zona s Highway Accidents ncc upon which dent Kennedy Tne new contract was expected Republican party's ny in cas HP Pension Increase to guarantee minimum dinner at the Milwaukee i t nr He berated Pension Increase to guaran was reported to earnings improved seniority and June c INDEX me thv on tour I vn Horo lot how the rope I'll on v the A 4 for the second spared thb economic agony of an- speaker A preliminary in the The nine deaths within a old hut 9 other steel in marked lasper said I lie finance com- case has been to of less than four hours boosted Cfi cents B4 i a full three months contrast to the record will make the final follow two days of the traffic toll 10 1 in A 6 of- the June 10 expiration walkout featuring the 1959 steel sion on whether to charge or testimony s uas found T- uro Ior period 9 cm it in 34 Barometer reads i -1 md is from the T an hour No pix'cipita- at n rri B3 of present contracts they met negotiations a plate Cupt Ralph 1 ago compared with on this date by a man at o am Maon through tne desert on a horse Sunday at
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