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   Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1959, Austin, Minnesota                                WEATHER New Cast Is Seen for Big 4 Meet Ike Is the Only 55 Government Head Still Holding Office problems u changed much since the 1955 summit confer but there new f aces around the table if the Big Four meet this President Eisenhower is the only 1955 government head still in Britains Sir Anthony Eden has Edgar Faufe has been pushed Into the background by Frances political Marshal Nikolai Bulganin has been replaced as Soviet prime minister by the man who was the Soviet leader in Geneva four years Foreign Ministers Change There have been in the ranks of the foreign minis The Soviet Unions veteran Bol shevik is sweating out an exile as ambas sador to Outer He has been succeeded by dour Andrei Antoine Pinay of France is Frances current foreign minister is youthfullooking Mau rice Couve de a career Britains Harold now prime has turned over the foreign ministry to his former 2 Selwyn Dulles Not Certain Secretary of State John Foster Dulles represented the United States in Because of his ill It is not certain whether he AffiJL 1959 HERALD SINGLE COP1 REASSURANCE Clutching rosary beads in one Laura McCrary reaches up with the other Francis Lane who attempts to comfort McCrary suffered leg injuries when struck by an automobile while crossing a Brooklyn street last AP Fugitives Elude Nebraska Police will be able to go through the arduous labors of a summit con ference even if he retains his post Acting Secretary Christian Herter may go in his Onei significant absence will be that of SovietMarshal Georg once a close friend of Ei senhower and former defense min ister of the Soviet Like Bulganin and Zhukov has been elbowed out by Nikita One of the hopeful aspects of the 1955 summit meeting was the private talks between Eisenhower and Zhukov even though there were no tangible Of the Big Four only Frances Charles de Gaulle was not in Geneva four years Khrushchev and Macmillan will be to the top level but both played important roles at the 1955 Only An Advisor Four years ago as Communist party was technically only an adviser to Bul He let Bulganin do the talk but the participants never iloubted who made Macmillan not only attended the meetings as Edens chief adviser with the other foreign minis took part in all the prepara tory Burns and Berle Now Producers HOLLYWOOD AP Two dur able George Burns and Milton are going into the television production They announced Tuesday that they have formed B B produc tions and will first tackle a series of 39 halfhour filmed Berle who has spent many years in live will star in 13 of the canned programs and act as host on all of Burns will be executive The format calls for farce and musical comedy and variety Chicago Ups Cash Bid for GOP Meet CHICAGO AP Chicago has raised cash bid for the i960 Republican national convention to previous bid was TrH of two Austin jailbreakers led to this morning with a near arrest at Authorities are hot on the trail of the two escapees with report of a third stolen about 8 Tuesday at 11 miles west of where an Iowa car was Being sought are Donald and Sharron Albert Lea and formerly of Lake The two men Sunday sawed their way out of a second story cell at Mower County Sheriff Al Relnartz said this morning that a car stolen from Buffalo was aban doned Tuesday night at Valentine and a 1955 Mercury with the keys in the ignition was Officer Diverted Possible capture was missed Tuesday when an officer in a patrol car at Valentine spotted two men in the Iowa Rein artz said this The of ficer was going take a spot check on the outofstate car but at the same time another motor ist ran a stop sign andv the of ficer pursued him Indications this morning are that the two escapees are in the ValentineCrookston Rein artz Requested Breakfast The two apparently doubled back toward Valentine this morn ing after stealing the car at A farm wife between the two towns reported the two men stopped at her house asking for breakfast but she refused to serve j Authorities believe they have been successful thus far in fol lowing the two escapees from the time of the A car was stolen from street after the break and the two may have broken stations at Welcome and Sherburne on the escape The Austin car was abandon ed at Buffalo wifh another taken and that one aban doned Tuesday at In Municipal Court William Roger 301 waived preliminary hearing on a charge that he hand ed four hack saw blades to Hal ey Sorenson was bound over to District Court un der IN THUNDERSTORM 4 Die in Plane Crash AP An Air Force tanker plane crashed on a small mountain near here during a thunderstorm Tuesday killing the crew of The 4enginc jet KC135 was on a routine training flight from Bergstroin Air Force base at An Air Force officer said indications were the plane came apart before It hit the impact He pointed out that two of the jet engines were only damaged when they hit the The officer said the pilot radioed only three minutes before the crash hat everything was all The craft crashed and exploded in a cedarcovered Wreckage was scattered over a half mile The largest piece of the plane intact was only four by five The site of the crash is the Pink Stone 10 miles south west of the central Texas town of Willard who lives across the road from the said he was awakened by a loud roar and saw a big orange colored ex plosion on the Tax Group Is Charged With Crisis Politics the classic pattern followed in oth PAUL AP A newly ormed Fair Tax Committee of Minnesota today charged that ad vocates of a sales tax are prac ticing crisis Theodore a Min neapolis is chairman of the new Cochairmen are Clint sec etary of the Minnesota Farmers Union Lee Minneapolis housewife Peter Do copublisher of the Bloom ington Sun Mayor Eveleth Robert vice presi dent of the Minnesota and John It has become the woe said in cash plus fringe benefits that P601 are deter totaling These form of tax including payment of hall janitor and usher service and building of the speakers were dropped in Ihe new Two other cities are in the run ning for the New York bid plus in fringe benefits TheGOP National Committee will Dick the site next ation upon our state are following Northern Set New Record MINNEAPOLIS North ern Sates Power had 1958 revenues of to set a new record for the 25th consecu tive President Allen King said in bis annual report er states where a sales tax has been They are endeavoring to win their objective by blocking just and wise revenue and by creating a crisis in which re sponsible citizens will be faced with accepting this unjust lax principle or dismantling many of the slates which we have come to consider iudispen Alcorn to Says Newspaper Paper Says He Plans to Quit Post GOP Chairman WASHINGTON AP Republican National Chair man conferred with Presi dent Eisenhower today amid reports that he is about to resign from his party who has headed the OP National Committee since January met briefly with Ei senhower at the White His visit was not announced until af ter he had and newsmen had no opportunity to question Alcorn was contacted after the lartford Conn Courant reported hat he will resign possi bly Early today Alcom told a re rarter he was not prepared to say anything at the Backed Up By Informants This was backed up by Eisen lower administration informants who said announcement of the res gnation is expected Both the administration sources and the Courant said Alcornwants o return to his Hartford law prac The Courant Indicated that now might try for the Connecticut governorship in There was no immediate indi ation who might be named his uccessor as Republican chair The Courant said Alcorn will fay on the job a short time to give the GOP National Committee a chance to pick a Choice Next Week This choice could be made next week when the committee meets lere to select a site and date for the I960 Republican national con vention and act on proposals to reorganize the partys machinery an energetic worker land launched an exten sive party rebuilding program in fanuary in the wake of heavy GOP losses in last falls congres ional There were reports shortly after he elections that Alcorn Intended resign but he insisted he in 16 Pages DID w 4V etiquette that makes them no thank whet another piece of ns I in Th is ROAD AND RAIL TRAFFIC BLOCKED BY FLAM ING huge gasoline truck that explo ded in a collision with a tractortrailer on Hi way 65 near here early today burns furiously as a North Little fire truck stands Amos Cart Pine driver of the gasoline in the but the tractor section ot 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 Mis souri Pacific Lines trains for The highway also was blocked for several AP ended to stay it was MAY SUCCEED ALCORN Thurston Morton has been mentioned as a likely suc essor to Meade Alcorn as Republican national chair AP resident Eisenhower that he in ended to quit for personal rea As Liberal Republican Alcorn is regarded as a liberal epublican and a strong advocate President Eisenhowers modern His political philosophy prompt sd some bitter remarks from GOP conservative elements when he was named party chairman two years ago as a successor to Leon ard Clare Hoffman RMich said at the time The conserva tive wing has been liquidated and is about to be Poor Old Charlie His Boat Again h Stalled Block Away NORTH CAP Charlie PcJiquins irk churned down the Minnesota Riv er today after being dislodged from a sandbar and then promptly getting hung up on an island a block Other shallow spots inriver channels still faced the erstwhile farmer who intends to pilot the See Scout all the way to South This was the third day of Char lies journey and traveled onjy a couple to first two days the See Scout went only about fee distance of four city The 70foot houseboat got stuck on sandbar Poliquw got the craft free late ia the day pjpjy a block before the See Scout was grounded this time on the comer of a small West Frames Package Offer for Russians WASHINGTON AP Western foreign ministers were reported today to be framing a package deal to propose Soviet Un ion for settlement of the Berlin crisis and the larger issues of German The foreign policy makers of France and West Ger many gathered at the partment with Acting Secretary of State Christian Under Pressure They were under pressure to make some basic German policy decisions by since they are scheduled to report to a meeting of the foreign ministers of NATO Thursday on their The begun were resumed against a background of increasing tensions over Soviet control of traffic in Allied air corridors between West Germany and West The Soviet Embassy in East Berlin declared complications would result if the United States persisted in flying transport air craft into Berlin at altitudes above The Air Force in Germany GERMAN Continued on Page 15 Investment Firm Set Up in Austin A new Investment company to could mean a great deal to our provldf Iwaitional capital funds o small business concerns in the Austin area and upper midwest been formed by the First Bank Stock Group which includes Ihe First National Bank of Aus The First Bank Stock Small Bu siness Investment was organ zed under the Small Business In vestment Act of 1958 and has re ceived prelimi nary approval from the Small The new law is liberal in its definition of eligible concerns in sofar as their present size is con One important require ment is that they be independent ly owned and operated and that the funds provided by the Small Business Investment be used for expansion and mocler Lichty Lichty added that when conver tible debentures are their term must be not less than five years or more than 20 un Licbty Business Adminless further extension is approved the Small Business Adminis First National presiProceeds of convertible deben tures purchased by the invest ment company are in effect new capital to the borrowing corn are pany for the term In most cases these advances will be companys liol capital surplus The inl and The First Na tional will serve firms in the Aus subordinated to bank which would leave the borrower also eli tin area interested in obtaining gible for ordinary bank loans capital under the provisions of new Liclity Our bank is particularly anx ous to help extend this new type of small as sistance to qualified concerns in this Lichty Over Lichty BUFFALO LAKK MAN DIES BUFFALO AP Carl well known businessman stricken with cancer eight months died in an Oli via hospital Heard Shots fo Testify at Nicholas Trial INDIANAPOLIS AP A wit ness who beard the shots that took wealthy Forrest Teels life will be called by the state to testify about Teels fatal struggle with his mis tress of 15 The witness Is Edna nn apartment house neighbor of the girl friend for whom Teel had cd Minnie Connie his accused Watching Auto Deputy prosecutors said Smith was watching Teels auto when he entered it after an eve n i n g in the apartment of the new girl Laura They declined to say whether she heard or saw signs of a strug Connie Nicholas Nicholas had learned Teels whereabouts and was wait ing in Teels car when he return ed to The defense and prosecution agreed in opening statements Tuesday that Teel died of three bullet wounds from Nicholas small French But the prosecution called it a premedi tated murder of jealousy while the defense said it happened accident ally as Teel tried to prevent Nicholas from shooting Uniformity Is Urged for Police Cars Strikes Back at Soviets WASHINGTON AP The United States today mposed a temporary ban on travel by Soviet diplo mats in the United States n retaliation for a similar ban on the movements of American diplomats in the Soviet State Department press officer Lincoln White said the prohibition on which New York Washington travel is excepted will be lifted when the Soviets lift the ban they announced earlier to Temporary Reasons Our embassy in White has reported that the Soviet Union for temporary rea sons has apparently closed down all travel of foreign mission per both civilian and o any area in the Soviet Union with the exception of Soviet authorities have refused o state how long this temporary ban will About onethird of Soviet terri ory is more or less permanently losed to travel by foreign diplo Regulations require that for the remaining twothirds diplo mats give notice of travel inten About the same situation ixists as to travel by Soviet dip lomats in the United Knew No Reason White said the United did not know the reason for the crackdpwn at this de scribed as speculative the possi bility mentioned here and in Eu ropean capitals that the Soviets are conducting massive spring military STORMS H I T Tornadoes hit in the boroVaughan and Gains ville areas of Texas day leaving at least six persons dead and nu merous AP Pho fUMT HIT IY Tex as Natural Gasoline neat here in the Walnut Bend cojrimuniry near was hesvUy damaged as a tornado hit the plant In foreground is a toppled oil derrick and the compressor house in the back ground vyas h e a y i I y AP PAUL All police and highway patrol cars would have uniform markings and col ors to make them distinguishable from other motor vehicles under i a bill approved today by the Min nesota House Highway Commit TesUmony revealed that Minne sota would be the first state in the nation with such law if it U i J2 P M Violent objections were made by is Jack Peterson of Dukuh who made an unsuccessful attempt tojs amend the bill to make it apply 6 to only 50 per cent of the pullce I and patrol j i Before U was approved committee inserted an amend3 iaieut to make the bill apply M to those cars which primarily 5 M for traffic Prof Claims Spring Fever Real Ailment ANN AP A University of Michigan ologist says spring fever is a real ailment camed by tha reaction of warm air on the winterized As environmental lures get the body to reduce its insulation by enlarg ing the small blood vessels so the blood gets to the surface In large says Wendell he causes spring fever he there is na known Weather HERALD Sue on Roof of Fin Station Reading at High previous 34 hours 53 Low previous U hours General weather Overcast Recorded TOE HgRALD TUESDAY 91 53 S3 52 T 8 10 11 WEDNESDAY 41 7 M M i 39 i W 33 I U 37 1 37 3f it   

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