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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 26, 1963, Appleton, Wisconsin Even When JFK's in the Air The Button Stays at SUNDAY Price 20 VOL III No 21 92 Pages IN SEVEN SECTIONS WIS SUNDAY MAY 26 1963 ASSOCIATED PRESS CHICAGO DAILY NEWS SERVICE Price Twenty Cents 32 African Nations Try to Create Big Political Power Called First Step Toward Pooling Resources and to Eventual Unity BY ANDREW success It bore out ADDIS ABABA Ethiopia the words of an Ethiopian prophet I of independent a century ago who wrote of Saturday approved a hold aimed at turning their 32 very spol hy into one powerful political force and significant deeds A summit meeting of the sound of a proclamation heads of state adopted a broad drum will emerge unity charter as the first step Unity Rig Aim ward pooling of the continent's Ababa was human and material chosen the of lh h and eventual unity secretariat In the sense of well-being which followed unanimous adoption of- In adopting the charter the the charter it was difficult to leaders said were in certain whether it would remain a a strong and binding force or to promote understanding and mere document like many others i collaboration among our states in Republicans Vote to Keep Present Endorsement Rule Rural Appleton Man Dies of Auto Injuries Robert Lillge 21 Was Hurt When Car Overturned on 47 of the emerging continent nations Frontier Disputes response to the aspirations of our Robert Lillge 21 son of Mr peoples for brotherhood and and Mrs Elvy 1901 Apple A number of boundary quarrels darity in a Road died at Appleton and ideological and ethnic ethnic and national Memorial Hospital about ences will have lo be resolved m- Saturday of injuries re- fore the continent is forged into The charter established an in an auto accident at one cohesive and disciplined force I of African unity a State 47 and County Trunk S But the will to work toward un- loosely knit body headed by an that day Jty was evident when the chiefs of state emerged after a sembly of the chiefs of state Lillge was the driver of a car meeting once a year A foreign which went off State 47 about session in glittering Africa Hall ministers council is to meet at a m Saturday and rolled over They had corne to Addis twice a year The permanent several times He received severe determined to turn the summit secretariat will function here all head and face injuries An into a success despite around sv was being performed to by their foreign A special committee to the exact cause of death sters in a preparatory conference with disputes among member Funeral arrangements are being Adoption of the charier was also will be set up made by the Valley Funeral The leaders agreed in principle to seek reinforcement of unity County Police said coordinate efforts to raise car b-v was standard of living defend their nn 47 nnd failed to eliminate the make I of white colonialism in 216 of marks thc promote international end over Operation the United and tions Refuses fo Say Where He Hid Stolen Fortune GOP Plans at the state party convention in Oshkosh Saturday are from left Peterson Appleton candidate for state party chairman Robert H Simple Majority Choice Continues Pierce Again National Committeeman BY JAMES BARTELT News OSHKOSH The state Republican convention voted Saturday to retain mandatory endorsement of state by a simple majority The choice was between endorsement by simple as has been the previous policy or by ment by a 60 per cent vote The present plan was re- gained by 211 votes 1398 to 1.187 The issue needed votes for a convention majority A third choice for no endorsement was on the first roll call The Republican organization also voted a third vear term to Robert Pierce Menomonie as national com- I He defeated Edward Friend fifth district Mrs Byron Ising Oshkosh was re- elected national committeewoman without opposition Splits Party Congressman lost the endorsement issue 195fi primary with con which often has split Re- vention endorsement said the re- publicans rose again after pea I of endorsement could tin 1 I the election last fall party leadership over to one- i Phillip Kuehn who won a close week anci fair race over former LI Gov instead of lt m on us was thrown from the auto which was Section of Aorta Removed TORONTO Ont Crewman of dian armored car driver accused ci L u U in a theft from the at Meld Gengler 22 route 3 Appleton a passenger was hide in Vancouver smilingly kept In Accident by hls Hc a secret Saturday He to complained of a sore hack tell where the hoard is hidden KENOSHA German An was m- Il's for me to know and tip lo freighter Laloma docked al a car you to find Iho driver sha harbor to unload a cargo of Turn lo Page 8 Col 1 Douglas John Rrown com- German-made and pick up at Idlewild Airport in New a shipment of Minor Surgery for York as he was being taken back cats to Canada He was picked up A crew member spoiled one ol resident S rather day in Brazil American cars dock Mass For- Newsmen at Idlewild stepped in and drove After mer Ambassador P Brown whether he thought he a short distance police said the 74 father of President could clear himself of a theft car struck a houso owned by tho underwent minor charge facing him city ol day al Cane Cod Hospital and re- doubt il very much he 20 ol West turned short Iv afterwards to plied They're afler money liomp m Port I know where il is a vehicle without Dt Samuel F Boston Then he added thai ho Authorities removed a small skin telling quoted him as sayinc he from arm Are you lo make a trade American had been Kennedy suffered a stroke 17 Or a newsman asked j parked near thc dock for use by months ago and has been i v w former Brown County Republican chairman Rep John Byrnes Green Bay ren lor endorsement as the ot and Mr and Mrs R C Christianson Sturgeon Bav Photo candidate for nor lost the election as did Sen Delegates in thc hall he said Alexander Wiley also carrying were thc political descendants endorsement into the campaign of Republicans who started the Thc idea of requiring a fiO per endorsement system in the cent vote before two roll calls to west control of picking last winter as a dates Irani mise with some strength but be- lore Saturday's voting keeping en- Davis said endorsement as is was regarded breeds competition among the ss a The best candidates and that the cost vote margin was closer than ex- of campaigns makes endorsement necessary to help those selected BY IAV REED lo permit him any of Ihr incision and a second On thc first roll call the no of 1957 when Re- use for the ation to remove Ins gall bladder endorsement plan received 443 publicans backed away from en- Whon Milton picks out ever thai surgen was The story of and his votes mandatory a candidate in the special a nine iron and chips artistically formed in Appleton operation which established received 1.178 votes Senatorial election was said lo the green these early summer Medical Drama ical precedent in Appleton had its and the fin per cent compromise days he represents a great deal In a start laic m 1962 when the man received votes more than a man playing thc drama a probed deep in a crane operator at Valley Iron Valley Counties game of soil abdomen lo remove a Works for 23 began to have larger Fox Valley counties Use of Legs to Appleton Worker Turn to Page 9 Col 2 Thc of this section ol his aorta which had problems with his legs It pro lo stay with he existing rr earner year-old Appleton worker become clogged blocking vital tu the point where endorsement plan Thc B r o vv n on the course stands as an in- blood flow to lees and re- had difficulty climbing stairs or County tally was y spiring and placed il with A of even walking from room to room mlc County voted for it and to the profession and like material called Teflon Thc pain sharp and County supported it pai lo its Ihr Fox were not ing would bccin with anv Waupaca Manitowoc and said Brown The implication was that he would the hiding place in return for a light penalty But there was no indication Canadian authorities would agree to a deal Denver Area Hit By Earth Shocks DENVER Colo iAP Denver area was shaken Saturday by the most violent earth ever recorded There were however no re- ports of property damage or anyone i The tremor was logged al at Regis College Seismologic Observatory The Rev Joseph V Downey pis director said was the worst we've had i The tremor one of about 300 felt in the last year was centered i at Derby north of Denver Scientists say the shocks in a rock fault lying 10 miles underground and ing from Derby to the north and Henderson to the east into ver Cudahy Man Killed In Racine County BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The death of a Milwaukee ty man in a Racine County crash has raised the 1963 Wisconsin highway toll to 264 compared with 275 on May 25 a year ago Gregory Rostankowski 23 Cudahy was killed Saturday in the headon collision of his car and another on the Four Mile Road m northern Racine TODAY'S INDEX Arts C 12 Building News B 9 Crossword VIEW Editorial Pages B Charlie C 8 Movie Timrs r 9 Outdoor P Sports Section D 1 C TV LOGS VIEW Section C 1 crewmen il thc complex enough couldn't even walk from II required a and operative condition was further m-v ln re- were among counties Iv sophisticated operation to put complicated bv an a now by margins for the Milton back on the golf mild heart seizure a reopening No Pulse 60 per cent plan was i It was s family doctor a conservative R who first recognized the man s cul d problem for what it was The legs in the ann Inn Fox Partly cloudy and mild today Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers night Mostly cloudy and cooler Monday with possible showers High today 72 Low tonight 50 High Monday in the 50s Light to occasionally moderate winds today Light southerly winds night Appleton Observations at 9 p.m Saturday for the Temperatures High 10 miles an hour from the west Barometer readings 30 15 and steady Relative humidity per cent Dew 51 62 none Skies partly cloudy Sun sets at p.m rises Monday at Moon sets Follow Us Communities Throughout the Fox Cities region will pause to commemorate their war dead Memorial Day Continuing a long-standing tradition Mrs Jerome Schilhabel of 1530 N Graceland Ave Appleton places a floral bouquet at the war memorial in city hall Mrs Schilhabel chaplain of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary served in the WAVES during World War TI Following the Memorial Day parade Thursday morning special services will be conducted at Riverside cemetery Post-Oescent Photo I 111 J il 1 II U were weak and the pam was He t in the calves The for pierce Friend wn coud detect no pulse or the Manitowoc vote 73 throb of circulation He sM his Pierce won the 0 u a g a m j e j patient o an Appleton specialist caucus 52.18 Winne Now thc miracle that is c 0 u n t v cine began 10 take shape The specialist ordered an Floor Debate for Babino An opaque There was no noor be was injected from the back thc roll of the coun s bloodstream An but the convention heard j confirmed the diagnosis speaker for each proposition tomorrow at circulation in the aorta was being Davis former dis minent star is Regulus blocked by a fatty ____ Turn to Page 8 Col 1 Relations With France Improve WASHINGTON For the second time in two months dent Kennedy Saturday direct evidence from Paris that President Charles de Gaulle j wants to limit the damage of his j split with the United States other allies over European clear and economic policies I spent an hour and minutes conferring with De Gaulle's lop foreign police Foreign Minister Couve de Their ranging discussion covered a1 number of sharp I as well as problems on j which the two powers ming to more closely Canadian Unions Send Their Leaders to School MONTREAL Canada's labor leaders are going to ij lege i A course called a labor college will open June 3 for students Sponsors say it is thc in IA Learns How fo The aim is to give current andi Columnist Charlie House has a way with future union representatives -an KR thc subjects of his interviews He proves it this week j insight into many fields nj as he coaxes the old Grade School into with labor work The course gj ing its mind in a fanciful profile you can read on PAGE C 8 Trial tor Murder ack v lien young Territorial Judge James Doty had to play Solomon in a case involving the powerful Chief Oshkosh How Doty justice with expedient wisdom is retold in a story in VIEW Discovers No Atheists I As we prepare to observe Memorial Day this week an Army Chaplain recalls his experiences in World War II where he says he discovered the truth of the saying There are no atheists in foxholes Read this moving on PAGE B 7 n require a day l
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