Austin Daily Herald, April 1, 1959

Austin Daily Herald

April 01, 1959

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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1959, Austin, Minnesota WEATHER Portly cloudy tonight and TW. doy, no temperature changes; high txlay 48-55; low tonight 35-40; outlook Friday little change. Austin Daily herald VOL. CXXXYI AUSTIN, MINN., WEDNESDAY, APRIL SINGLE COPY — ?f 16 Pages IJttle kid? don't care for the etiquette that makes them say •'no thank you” when they’d love another piece of cake. Ike Is the Only '55 Government Head Still Holding Office UNITED NATIONS, N. \. (AP) — The problems haven’t changed much since the 1955 summit conference, but there will be new' faces around the table if the Dig Four meet this summer. President Eisenhower is the only 1955 government head still in office. Britain's Sir Anthony Eden has retired. Edgar Faure has been I rushed into the background by France’s political upheaval. Marshal Nikolai Bulganin has l»een replaced as Soviet prime minister by the man w ho was the real Soviet leader in Geneva four years ago. Foreign Ministers (hance There have been changes, too hi the ranks of the foreign ministers. The Soviet Union's veteran Bolshevik leader, V. M. Molotov, is -westing out an exile as ambas "ador to Outer Mongolia. He has I teen succeeded by dour Andrei Gromyko. Antoine Pinay of France is out. France’s current foreign minister QuitVays ^ans Travel by Red Newspaper Diplomats in This Country REASSURANCE — Clutching rosary beads in one hand, Mrs. Laura McCrary reaches up with the other to patrolman Francis Lane who attempts to comfort her. Mrs. McCrary suffered leg injuries when struck by an automobile while crossing a Brooklyn street last night. (AP Photofax). Fugitives Nebraska Elude Police Paper Soys He Plans to Quit Post os GOP Chairman WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican National Chairman conferred with President Eisenhower today amid reports that he is about to resign from his party post. Alcorn, who has headed the GGP National Committee since; January 1957, met briefly with EF! senhower at the White House. His visit was not announced until after he had left, and newsmen had I no opportunity to question him. I Alcorn was contacted after the Hartford (Conn* Courant reported; that he will resign shortly, po.vsi-jbly today. I Early today Alcorn told a re-! |X)rter he was not prepared to say ; anything at the moment. Backed I'p Bv Informants This was hacked up bv Eisenhower administration informants who said announcement of the res-: ignation is expected today. Both the administration sources and the Courant said Alcorn w ants to return to his Hartford law practice. The Courant indicated that Alcorn, now 51, might try for the ■ Connecticut governorship in 1962. There was no immediate indi*! cation who might be named his a chance to pick a replacement. Choice Nest Week This choice could he made next ROAD AND RAIL TRAFFIC BLOCKED BY FLAM-ING WRECKAGE—A huge gasoline truck that exp! ded in a collision with a tractor-trailer on U S Hi way 65 near here early today bums furiously as a North Little Rock fire truck stands by. Amos Cart tight, 51, Pine Bluff, Ark., driver of the gasoline Tnr.l of two Austin jailbreaker* Indications this morning are is slender, youthful-looking Mau-    led to Crookston, Neb.,    this    that the two    escapees are in the nee Couve de MurviUe, a career    morning with a near arrest at    Valentine-Crookston vicinity, Rein- diplomat.    Valentine.    Neb, Tuesday.    artz said. Britain’s Harold Macmillan, now Authorities are hot on the trail Requested Breakfast prime minister, has turned over    of the two escapees with    report    The two    apparently doubled the foreign ministry to his former    °f a (bird car stolen about    8 p m    jhack toward    Valentine this mom- No. 2 man. Selw vn Lloyd.    I Tuesday at Crookston, ll miles ing after stealing the car at    „    .    . west of Valentine. Neb., where an Crookston. A farm wife between SUCCf>^®r ** lepubhean chair-. Iowa car was abandoned.    the two town* reported the two man ■oufant said Alcorn will Being sought are Donald Haley men stopped at her house asking    ^    ,    *<n a ort ,",M> ,n 33, Austin,    and Sharron Shelwick.    for breakfast    but she refused to    National Committee 20. Albert    Lea and formerly of    serve them. , l^ike Mills. Iowa. The two men    Authoritie* believe they have i f! * °    ,,MI^    *    e    Sunday sawed their wav out of been successful thus far in fob ^rYIIMVIIC KnhAM A* rn    of a second story cell at the Mower lowing the two escapees from the week when the committee meets County Jail.    time of the break-out. A car was here to select a site and date for Sheriff Al Reinartz said this stolen from Railway street after the 1960 Republican national con morning that a car stolen from the break and the two may have vent!on and act on proposals to One significant absence wid be Buffalo Center, Iowa, was aban- broken into two filling stations at reorganise Hie party's machinery ♦ hat of Soviet Marshal Georgi    doned Tuesday night at Valentine    Welcome and Sherburne on the:    . Zhukov, once a close friend of Ei- anfj „ 1955 Mercury with the keys escape route.    corn,    an energetic wor er ani senhower and former defense min- lD the ignition was taken.    I The Austin car was abandon- < amPa|Fn<‘r- ,afnrh*d an ext*n ,-ter of th. Soviet t'nion Uke    ol(lr„    M „ Burfa|„ rente,. Iowa, with    parlv "J*0*1* pr0,cram Bulganin and Molotov. Zhukov has Possible capture was missed another taken and that one aban- *[nl,a|r^ n. f wa J* .    a'^ (»een elbowed out by Nikita    Tuesday when an officer in    doned Tuesday at Valentine. j .    . '***.,n asl a s con8rei* Khrushchev    # patrol car at ValentkM spotted    In Municipal Court Tuesday, s,ona *    ,on9‘    I Gee of the hopeful aspects of    two men in the Iowa car, Rein-    William Roger Sorenson. 23, 301 There were reports shortly after    WASHINGTON (AP) —Western ie I9o5 summit meeting was the    >1r^ this morning The of    S. Franklin, waived preliminary the elections that Alcorn intended    foroir,n ministers were reported    ,0 wn®^ *M,^ln<'s, conwnw in the private talks between Eisenhower    flcer wag gomg to take a spot    hearing on a charge that he hand to resign but he insisted he in-    today to be framing a package    Austin area and upjier midwest !nl^.J.*V!n.t!!0Ugh tbere j chtH-k on the out of state car but    ed four hack saw blades to Hal-1 tended to stay on However, it was    j ^ t0 propo,e to thp Sf>v lot t n-    has been formed by the First reported that Alcorn has inlormed    jon for implement of the Berlin    Barlk stew k Group which includes Dullr* Not Certain Secretary of State John Foster Dulles represented the United States in 1955 Because of his illness, It is not certain whether he arduous labors of a summit conference even if he retains his post Acting Secretary Christian Herter may go in his place. Strikes Back at Soviets truck,.died in the smashup, but the tractor section of the other vehicle broke free and carried its driver to safety Flaming gasoline showered on a railroad bridge hidden by smoke at left and delayed Missouri Pacific Lines trains for hours The highway also was blocked for several hours. (AP Photofax) , West Frames Investment Firm Package Offer Se/ Up jn Ausf;n Iwl IXUJwIQIIw i A new investment company to could mean a great deal lo provide additum.)! capital fund" community. The new law were no tangible results.    ja( game time another motor- ey Saturday. Sorenson w a s Of the Big Four themselves ist ran a stop sign and the of twund over to Distil ct Court un-only France’s Charles de Gaulle ficer pursued him instead.    der $1,000 bond was not in Geneva four years i ago. Khrushchev and Macmillan IN THUNDERSTORM w ill be new to the top level seats, but both played important roles at the 1955 meeting. Only An Advisor Four years ago Khrushchev, as « ommunist party secretary, was technically only an adviser to Bul gunin He let Bulganin do the talking, but the participants never doubted who made decisions. Macmillan not only attended the meetings as Eden’* chief adviser but, with the other foreign ministers. took part in all the preparatory talks. Burns and Berle Now Producers HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Two durable comics, George Bums and Milton Berle, are going into the television production business. They announced Tuesday that hey have formed BAB produc lions and will first tackle a series of 19 half-hour filmed show s Belie who has spent many years in live TV, will star in 13 of the canned programs and act as ho*t on all of them. Burns will lie executive producer. The format calls for situation, iarce and musical comedy and variety programs, Chicago Ups Cash Bid for GOP Meet 4 Die in Plane Crash KILLEEN, Tex. (AP) — Aa Air Force tanker plane crashed on a small mountain near here during a thunderstorm Tuesday night, killing the crew ol (our. The 4-engine jet Et 135 was on a routine training flight from Bergstrom Air Force base at Austin, Tex. An Air Force officer said indications were the plane came apart before it hit the impact area. Ile pointed out that two of the jet engines were only damaged when they hit the ground. The offieer said the pilot radioed only three minutes before the crash that everything was all right. The craft crashed and exploded in a cedar-covered area. Wreckage wa* Mattered over a half mile area. The largest piece of the plane intact was only four by five feet. The site of the crash is the Pink Stone ranch. IO miles southwest of the cenlral Texas town of Belton. Willard Parker, who lives across the road from Ihe ranch, said hr was awakened bv a loud roar and saw a big orange colored explosion on the mountain. Tax Group Is Charged With Crisis Politics' crisis and the larger issues of German reunification. The foreign policy makers of Britain. France and West tor-many gathered at the State la* partment with Acting Secretary of State Christian A. Herter. I nder Pressure Tltey were under pressure to make some basic German polit y decisions by night, since they are 'scheduled to report to a meeting I of the foreign ministers of NATO j Thursday on their plans. The talks, liegun Tuesday, were 1 resumed against a background of (increasing tensions over Soviet (control of traffic in Allied air ! corridors between West Germany and West Berlin. the tin First National Bank of Au*- The First Bank Stock Small Business Investment Co., wa* organized under the Small Business Investment Act oi 1958 and has received prelim! • MAY SUCCEED ALCORN —Sen, Thurston B. Morton (R-Ky), above, has been mentioned as a likely successor to Meade Alcorn as Republican national chair- j man (AP Photofax). President Eisenhower that he in ‘ tended to quit for personal reasons. As Liberal Repubfau an Alcorn is regarded as a liberal ST PAUL (AP) — A newly the classic pattern followed in oth- Republican and a strong advocate formed Fair Tax Committee of er states where a sales tax has of President Eisenhower s modern Minnesota today charged that ad- j been inclosed.    Republicanism v©cates ol a sales tax are prac- "They are endeavoring to w in lh* political philosojihy prompt tieing crisis politics.    their    objective by blocking just    cd some bitter remarks from GGP    j , Theodore A Kusterman, a Min- an(j revenue measures, and conservative elements when hr nea pol is pharmacist, is chairman creating a crisis in which re- was named party chairman two (of the new group.    sponsible citizens will be faced    years ago as a successor to Leon-    j Co-chairmen are Clint Mess,    sec    vnth    accepting this unjust tax    ar(! W. Hall, rotary of the Minnesota Farmers principle or dismantling many of Rep. Clare Hoffman 1H Mich 11 mon; Mrs. l^ee W\ Wattenberg. the state's services which we said at the time: “The conserva-Minneapoli.x housewife; Peter    Do-    have    come to consider uidispen    the wing has been liquidated ami ahue. co-publisher of the Bloom- sible ”    jig about to be buried ” Licht f Uonal will serve j The Soviet Embassy in East tin area intl'coted in obtaining gible f Berlin ileclared '’complications'’ capital under the provisions of the lav hi)*' is liberal in its definition of eligible concerns in so far as their present size is concerned One important requirement is that they !*■ independent ly ow*ned and operated and that Hie funds provided by the Small Business Investment Co , lie used for growth expansion ami modernization, Lichty explained La hty added that when comer tible debentures me taken, their nary approval term must lie not less than five from the Small years or more than 20 years, un-Business Admin- I**'-* further extension is approved nitration, K F by the Small Business Adminit-Lichty, First tration. National prod- Proceeds of convertible ilelien lieut, said. 'Hie lures purchased by die invest-compnny'n ini- Client company are in effect new (tai capital and capital to the borrowing com surplus are pony for the term specified, In $.'{0f),(NK>    most cases these advances will lie The First Na subordinated to flank debt, which firms in tlx* Aux- would leave the borrower also eh- ordinary bank loans. I Heard Shots; to Testify at Nicholas Trial INDIANAPOLIS *AP> - A witness who beard th# shot* that took wealthy Forrest Teed a life will lie called by the state to testify about Tee I s fatal struggle with hi* mistress of IS years The witness Is Edna Smith, an apartment house neighbor of the girl friend for wlioin Teel had jilted Minnie B (Goonie) Nicholas, iii-, accused slaver. Matching Auto Deputy prosecutors said Mrs Smith was watching Teel’s Wit when he entered WASHINGTON (AP) -The United States today imposed a temporary ban on travel by Soviet diplomats in the United State* in retaliation for a similar ban on the movements of American diplomats in the Soviet Union. State Department pre'* officer lincoln White said the prohibition on travel—from which New York-Washmgton travel is excepted -will be lifted when th# Soviets lift the ban they announced earlier today. Temporary Reasons **Our embassy in Moscow ’* White said, ‘‘ha* reported that the Soviet Union for 'temporary reasons’ has apparently closed down all travel of foreign mission personnel, both civilian and military, to any area in the Soviet Union with the exception of leningrad “Soviet authorities have refused to state how long this temporary (tan wit! last ” About onedhird of Soviet territory is more or less permanently cloned to trave! by foreign diplomats. Regulation* require that for the remaining two thirds diplomats give notice of travel Inter bon*. About die same situation exmt* a* to travel by Soviet dip lomati in the United State* Knew Ne Reason White said the United States dhd not know the reason for the Soviet crackdown at this time He de scribed as speculative the posh-! bilby mentioned here and in En ropean capital* that the Soviets are conducting massive spring military maneuvers. oklahoma L#t« fw«*« 3) MHI* aff Oe«MM «*M(9V1UI *••1 Irt * A I rte* \ MKiyaoec \VAuOH a rf xas II .ifKr an STORMS H I T TWAS— n i n g rn the Tornadoes hit in th# Htlls- a part merit of th** boro-Vaughan and Gams* new girl friend, I .aura Mow ter would result if the United States persisted in flying transport aircraft into Berlin at altitudes above I0 00O feet The U. S Air Force In German) germany (Continued on Page 15) new law. I .it lily said •Our bank is particularly ant- BUFFALO LAKE MAN DIES ions to help extend this new type BUFFALO LAKE. Mum. 'AIM of small iHJStness- Imam tai as- — ( ai l Meehan, 56, well known sistanee to qualifier! concerns in businessman stricken with cancer this area ’ Lichty said "Over a eight months ago, died in an Gli-period of years this program via hospital Tuesday. Poor Old Charlie; His Boat ' Again Is Stalled Block Away NORTH M AN KATO, Minn lie* journey and he had traveled (AP) — Charlie Poliquin’s ark ington Sun; Mayor J. J. Jagunich, t    Eveleth; Robert Hess, vie* prexi HIU AGO AP — Chicago ha, o( ^ Mlnntsota AFL-CIO, raised it. cash b,d for the lim ^ John Vuk|)ich Eveicth Republican national convention to . ^ .    ,    , ,    .. „ ' >00-000    become obvious the 'chien* pre.iou. bid    ™mm,«e. „,d rn . tta.emeat. J3W.OOO rad, plus fringe benefit, "**' th* totaling $126..500 These benefits    to    impose    is    orm    fax    (Afp|    _    inarne    j-onquin    s    ant    onj„ a couple miles In th# first including payment of hall rental. *,,on upon our sta“ are folkml"R churned down the Mmneiwt, Rn,. tc ,andor and' usher .erne, and „    ,    ^    er today adet be,ag dr dodged    day. the See Seoul a em only ( building of the speakers platform, Northern StotCS CO. from a s.,ndbar and then promptly a    distance of four city were dropped in tile new otfer.    W«w    Record    bung    up    on    an    island a blocks. Two other cities are in the run-    block    away    J The 70-foot houseboat got stuck ning for the convention. New York MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — North-    Other shallow spots    in river    on    a sandbar Tuesday, PoUquin bid *400.000 cash, plus $150,000 em States Power Co had 1958    channels still faced the    erstwhile    got    the craft    free late in the day, in fringe benefits; Philadelphia, revenues of $154,787,000 to set a    farmer who intends to    pilot the    but    traveled    only a block before *475,000 cash    new* record for the 25th consecu-    “See Scout” all the way    to South    the    See Scout    was grounded again. The GOP National Committee tive year. President Allen S. King America.    this time    on the comer of a >maii will pick the situ next week.    :.aid m his annual report today. I This was the third day of Char-j island. They declined to say whether she heard or »aw signs of a struggle Connie    Mrs    Nicholas Nu hol.i* hail learned Teel’s whereabouts and wa* waiting iii Taels car when lie return i"d to it The defense aud prosecution agreed in opening statements Tuesday that Teel died of three ,, . *    I    niverMty . imilet wounds from Mrs Nicholas' small French revolver. But the prosecution called it a premedi I lated runnier ct jealousy while the defense said it hapfwried accidentally a* Teel tried to prevent Mrs Nicholas from Miootmg herself. Ville areas of Texas Tuesday night, leaving at least six persons dead and numerous injured. (AP Photofax). Prof Claims Spring Fever Real Ailment PLANT HIT BY TWISTER—The Tex as Natural Gasoline Corp , near here in the Walnut Bend community near Gamesvile, Ga , was heavily damaged as a tornado hit the plant last night. In foreground is a toppled oil derrick and the compressor house in the background was heavily damaged (AP Photofax), Uniformity Is Urged for Police Cars ST PAUL (AP' - All police and highway patrol cars would have uniform markings and col ors to make them distinguishable from other motor vehicle* under a bill approved today by the Minnesota House Highway Committee Testimony revealed that Minnesota would be the first state in the nation with such a law* if it b enacted Violent objections were made by Rep Jack Peterson of Duluth who made an unsuccessful attempt to amend tile bill to make it apply to only 50 per cent ol the police and patrol cars. !* Before it was approved the committee inserted an aniv'nd-ment to make tile bill apply only to those cars which are primarily iced for traffic autorcaaeaL ANN ARBOR Mich. (AP) - A of Michigan metro -ologist says spring fever is a re.d ailment caused by the reaction of warm air on the winterized bod; “Ai environmental tempei a-tures get higher, the body ha* to reduce its insulation by enlarging the small blood vessels so the blood gets to the surface in large amotion,” says Prof. E Wendell Hew sun. This, he says. came* spine fever and, he a*til«. there i* no known cure Weather THE HER AID M rather Mi** on Hoof of Fire Station: Reading at 8 30 a rn — High previous 24 hours — Y> Low previous 24 hours — 29 General weather — Cher ca' Temperatures Recorded at IHF HERALD Budding TUESDAY I P M, ... 31 1 7 P. M V* p M ... 52 I S P. M *» p. M . 53 j 9 P M. 46 p M. ... 53 IO P M . . 4> p. NL ... 54 It P M. .. #5 p. M NI I 12 P M. . a WEDNESDAY V M, . 41 7 A M xx A. M . 41 3 A M 3- A NI 40 9 A M xs A. M < 39 to A M • 41 A M 38 ! ti A. M 44 A. M. 37 12 Noon 44 ;