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Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - May 26, 1959, Oshkosh, Wisconsin SHOWERS thunderstorms Wednesday cloudy and cooler with scattered showers Details on Page 2 Oshkosh Daily Northwestern Associated Press and United Press Ninety-Second Year Oshkosh Wis Tuesday Evening May 26 1959 24 Pages Price Six Cents Herfer Urges Big Four Plan To Unite Berlin GENEVA With secret Big Four talks on Germany uled to Friday U S of State Christian A Herter urged Russia today 10 ja Berlin settlement which would that divided eisy under its jown constitution pending German j A spokesman for Communist East Germany's on de at once that discussions of German questions by the Little Rock R Three Se E Expect Record l Kentucky Vote Governor Four could only be held when LOUISVILLE Ky An Big expected record turnout of Democrats today picks a WILL OFFICIATE AT DULLES FUNERAL Dr Pool left Dr Edward L R Elson center end Dr P Barnes right will Officiate or the Wednesday for the lots Secretory of State John Foster Dulles Dr Wolfe is from the Brick Presbyterian n East and West German nominee a choice were affect the Must Be j Church in New York Dr Elson is with the tional Presbyterian Church in Washington and Dr Barnes is a secretary of the World cil of Churches AP Wirephotos Must Be Represent talks of the four for- ministers on German ques if Lt Gov Harry and Body of Dulles To Lie in tions German repress John lives would not bring any candidate isi cess the Member the presidential 01 Gov A B would not be possible for i H i i Enter Election Is Major Defeat for Faubus LITTLE ROCK Ark Gov Orval E Faubus met ja major defeat Monday in Little Rock's integration feud With the recall of three segregationists from the school board P Faubus had put himself May Creationists 1 heir teacher squarely behind the TWO later a group of in the recall election and professional men which sprung from an rising of a group of citizens Turn to RECALL on Page 2 Germans being present A Calvin The West German would assure Chandler of made no immediate comment 30 votes at the S the announcement But national convention W German officials have said Prestige to Be Helped CHARGED Lewis 27 Milwaukee Paraguayan High Political Leaders Gather To Pay Final Tribute at Washington WASHINGTON Foster Dulles begins his last trip today His body in its heavy casket was to be carried his home by six armed forces and taken in a hearse to the Washington National Cathedral Many officials of the diplo- matic world in which Dulles c uc traveled SO extensively and British Foreign ranged to meet the Lloyd Gromyko will favor any type of Big Four If Bert Combs Paraguay that might lead to wins the presume and prospects Police of two nations joined on tne German question jof Earle Clements will be in search for Maria Berta Brcker Brief Session Today Clements a former governor and Only a brief conference session L S senator is a close was planned this afternoon Lyndon Johnson ail four foreign ministers flew a Possible contender Chandler and Clements I duct Monday as result of the of his children in granddaughter or Bo- livian Ambassador Luis Arduz who was kidnaped from the embassy Sunday Tarn to BIG FOUR on Page 2 police rounded up fie 300 Bolivian the chance that 01 3 political plot They also arrested all the in bassy servants because of i IUI IIC State Christian A Kerter the kidnapping might nave ign Minister Couve de an inside job j Radio stations here CHICAGO National sion at the cathedral Dulles body will lie in there for 24 with an services honor guard in sace Funeral services will be held Wednesday and a processions will follow to Arlington Cemetery across the Potomac in Virginia Leaders Begin to Gather High political leaders of the world began to gather for the final tribute to the man who was secretary of state for six Tne Soviet Union's Andrei one of Dulies chief saries in the cold war plans to fly to Washington for the funeral j travel in a separate v Diane West Germany's Turn to DULLES on Page Z Drunken Killer Slain By Police n Dallas Home repeated appeals for help in eating the missing infant Watch at Border Points Safety Council warned 260 persons may die At the ambassador's request Bolivian authorities set a watch at border points through today that in traffic accidents and another 10.000 may suffer disabling injuries during the Memorial Day holiday end j The estimate was based on past and the possibility of in- been political rivals for more a generation j Advance predictions were more than 600.000 of two million voters would cast lots A record 507.000 voted in a fire AP Wirephoto Charge Father With Homicide n Tots Deaths the firing of 44 teachers All three of them were de Mil including the president Ed I who was ousted by a vote of to 11.855 At She same time the three erates who said they prefer some to no schools won a by retaining Reason For Visit to Albania MOSCOW UPD Union maintained The Soviet silence today all political here have kept their own counsel 1939 primaries MILWAUKEE trumpet player whose urge i vote lo School Hoard It is now up lo Pulaski on thc for Premier County Board of Education to fill official visit to the vacancies The five Communist Albania Western ob- unknowns thought he might be there to make up with as to plans Marshal Tito Faubus twice went on in tiie closing days of the of Monday campaign to plead for Rodion of the He and Foreign the controversy over firing of former smokescreen for to Yugoslavia He plans to remain until June 6 arrived in Albania's with primaries player urge to remain until June 6 has only token smoke marijuana is alleged The governor Western sources here believed Turn to PRIMARY on fire the three moderate may be seeking to on l age 2 his three children was better relations with which little Maria be gled into Bolivia Arduz a career diplomat has lived most of his life on the long week Bolivia said he couldn't of any political motive for Buf tnis does not have to kidnapping He said he never tne council emphasized been active in politics size of the actual toll So far ar was known no on how many som been received ers heed or to need a common sense rules that could i lives and the lives ofj Little Maria was abducted from a bedroom in the Picture on Page 24 dence on Peri Avenue where she DALLAS Tex taking an afternoon nap i jea killer was slain by police Belief that the kidnapping He arranged EO leave the foreign day after he held his elderly been an inside iob ministers conference in and three other persons based largely on the the TOO MUCH Fla UPD Police said all he could drink was just too much for Lee Douglas 41 Douglas a Negro was charged with and all he could drink from a gallon of key for spreading a campaign rumor about the mayor He was found pitting quietly at the foot of an oak tree ing was had for a court appearance today The Calvin Lewis 27 a out of a board who left an all-day jam session at a west side bar in Milwaukee to sneak a- few drags from a marijuana cigarette in a closet of his home was charged Monday! D with Yugoslavia did it the last with homicide by reckless Xo charges were filed against Lewis wife Bernice 22 uho was attending the jam session nt Ol i le Neooit Students Pnv on tne tact tnat the I I f I I O I r at the same time as Secretary during a crazy plot to kill a appeared to be Texas governor and the layout c the i f I T I far as is known no one saw C f I enter or leave I I Plant Closing her three children David 3 vim mn HII inp net 14 and former Republican cordial grSS tne started moderates Hfu A e a 0 to Belgrade where he admitted past Russian mistakes Cordial Greetings This time any overtures have been confined in an exchange of greetings The Yugoslav news agency reported that Khrushchev radioed birthday to Tito as his jet flew across Yugoslavia I send you and all the peoples GOP members Monday night Gaylord and other Tito replied with thanks and Strike Ends At Canaveral CAPE CANAVERAL A and her Mr and IT T senator Frank Windsor 43 to death small frame house after his tages plunged from screaming and retching from tear jas fired into the house by a small j army of police j lone Dickinson 68 owner o High Honor To strike at this missile test center Darter were held all ended early today Federal at ator John L Kenney Alfred Webb 44 was forced into Kenney said a two-year house as he arrived at 6 tract a increase to work Darter 40 cents an hour was agreed to Windsor shot M G Hassell t 40 cents an hour was agreed to by the carpenters and the General Contractors More than 1.000 other union workers at the sprauling Air Force base and launching who struck in sympathy with Carpenter's Local j expected to return their jobs today Tne strike had halted about 15 worth of construe-i tion i Kenney picket lines win be removed a once and all em- ployes are urged to report promptly to their jobs strike also stopped but did not hail any or rocket firings Mine Heroes PITTSBURGH Thirty-five young tribal 1926 festivities and bv of Chief Oshkosh paid tribute teacher Mrs Delores Seis ond floor apartment Other Charges However Asst Disi Ally in Legislature were best wishes to Khrushchev in De Brozzo ordered Mrs for the closing of During Khrushchev and other witnesses to appear Auto Lite Co or talks there has been no his today for further or press comment until He indicated that Davis said that the attitude final communique and the in Wisconsin's trip seems following i merit led to the labor the same procedure firm said were a major reason j First Deputy Premier Mikoyan who is taking place during his absence narcotics is involved may be filed The charge against Lewis ries a penalty of up to five closing the plant There is no evidence that Turn to FIRE nn FIRE 2 ui udm Mrs Delores Seis their great Menominee leader The youths are taught tribal Jetliner Hits Truck day on the anniversary o his story as a matter of course reinterment on the peaceful for thc trip with a LONDON Pan overlooking Lake Winnebago study of Chief Oshkosh After can jetliner with 102 IU as much as 0 d The children and sixth visiting his grave they picnicked rolled into a tanker labor conditions and j Albania he answered no graders of Public it along the lake shore be- 2nd damaged a t or David director of to he drawn into a State Industrial Development Monday night on the mission have made any effort to j lives of the trip when newsmen the situation Davis said with him at a reception Auto Lite said it was Asked why Khrushchev is La Crosse plant because as much as 10 days in placed a wreath foot Hero Fund Commission has ated awarded its highest honor to who engaged in rescue miliar sight in Menominee Park death as he ran from the in the It was the farthest trip of after he arrived paint mine disaster Oct had ever taken from the house owned by Mrs The commission in reservation Their journey award Monday said the similar in many ways to ina gold taken in 1926 by several hundred Turn to KILLER on Page 2 MOTIVE PALM SPRINGS Calif Charles Davis came out of the park after a desert league softball game and found the rop of his car bashed in apparently by fists and ing feet Police suggested the vandals motive was pretty clear Davis was the the tribe accompanying the re- L of Chief Oshkosh to its Daily Northwestern Provides Filmstrip Service for Schools represented by a medal applies equally to all officials and employes of Dom ion Steel and Coal Corp Ltd resting place to Springhill physicians At that the event was risked their lives to 99 of celebration during the 174 miners trapped in a coal the guests looked over the city mine by a deep underground bore their chief's name and were particularly acquainted with The citation marked the history of Indian affairs in the gold medal awarded b the mission since 1923 the youngsters toured i A total of 379 men took part of interest in Oshkosh in- rescue operations at the the B'Gosh Inc in North America the Coca-Cola Bottling pany plant and y Airport finishing with a to the Oshkosh Public Museum to see wealth of concerning of this It Tuesday May 25 1926 designated as Oshkosh Day that the chief noted for his in harmony to Oshkosh of Prof Manson Van B the nation in- between whites Indians was and senior and educator and historian brought to Menominee Park ior high school pupils the Oshkosh arc a of the Social The Transportation revolution Schools and offices closed for a Daily Northwestern has subscribed Department of Teachers Africa Focus on day and a parade for which to a Current Affairs lece Columbia University and Ghana Water floats and seven bands were Service will augment school York sources America Faces a accompanied the casket aids coverage of significant rirst filmstrip to be received Outer Space A New to the park Thousands witnessed international happenings the Oshkosh France Today event Unavailable to schools except for presentation to local area ha Under Arab Chief Oshkosh was buried after through sponsorship schools is entitled Hawaii and the East-West by the Indian visitors the service consists of the release State The Newspaper in headed by Reginald Oshkosh oi one filmstrip dealing with It provides background America etc grandson of the chief rent affairs each of the eight tion on the early history of the Discussion guides for the use by Mayor Henry Kitz and months of the school year Islands beginning with are provided along Frank B Keefe Civic groups The are produced in by Capt filmstrip took part in the program as did a an organization that has had over Cook and deals with political In all 43 newspapers veterans of the Civil War 10 years of experience in nomic and social institutions of the the United States and Canada of these the cueing motion pictures new state currently sponsoring the Daily Northwestern said strips for Young America Bridging the gap for the benefit of the old chief personally and one of the nation's leading headlines and existing materials j children in their comm inities him on his frequent visits to wing lack of business for the is an interesting country production year nice people down at London 1.300 persons will lose their The truck's the plant closes its doors loss of paint 3 1C ii f ex-Mayor Of Green Bay fs Dead at 100 GREEN BAY H Taylor former mayor of Green Cay and later a convict in a eral prison died here Monday at the age of 100 Taylor served as mayor of Green Bay in Before that lie mayor of Fort Howard a city which is now part of Green west sice He board chairman of the McCartney National Bank of Green Bay at the time its George Richardson ted suicide Tiie resulting gation turned up irregularities in funds and Taylor was to a prison term After his release ir 1936 Taylor a bookkeeper for the Green Bay Grocer Co and re- mained there until his retirement In Funeral services are scheduled for Thursday m the First Baptist Church here film distributors The the schools the Current Affairs ducer has aon several awards Service materials can be outstanding merit from Scholastic Magazine for its work The current affairs series is under the direct supervision used in such classes as current events social studies ge- and citizenship education Recent titles made available to Scheduling of the for the city prior to his shewing at schools in Oshkosh and 1858 its area will be in charge of Monday's group lead by ert E Stenerson combined Hansen principal of the Neo- teacher at Webster Stanley Junior pit school who as an Oshkosh High School School student remembers MENOMINEE CHILDREN HONOR CHIEF OSHKOSH School children from the Menominee wreath before the statue of the chief during vation visited the grave of Chief Oshkosh their noon stay in the park Northwestern day exactly 33 years afler he had been re- photo buried in Menominee Park They placed a Two Rivers City Manager Will Shift DECATUR HI John E Dever the city manager of Two Rivers Wis will take over as city manager of Decatur on July 1 Mayor Robert an- Monday Dever 35 was selected for the a year post from a field of 140 applicants by the City Council He has been city manager at Two Rivers since 1952 A native of Highland Park HI Dever was assistant to the city manager at Eau Claire Wis in 1951 52 before accepting the Two Rivers position
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