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   Post Crescent, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                             APPLETON POST-CRESCENT VOL XLDC No. 57 40 A, B AmfTON-WKNAH-MENASHA, WIS., THUtSDAY, JANUARY 8.1959 AMOCIATBD Price Seven Cents De Gaulle Pledges Efforts For Public Good of France Senate Moves For Showdown On Filibuster Immediate Test Concerns Possible Revision of Rules AT The Eyeglasses of Howard Peven, 17, dangle from the jagged hole his head made in the windshield after a collision between two cars at Tarzana, Calif. He was treated for serious face cuts, fractured nose and bruis- ed forehead. He was a passenger in the car. Cuba Starts Trials Of 'War Criminals' 15 Military Officers Already Executed by New Government BY LARRY ALLEN 1 Havana Speedy "war crimes" trials for followers of fallen Dictator Fulgencio Ba- tista have begun in Cuba. Fif- teen military officers already have been executed. Provisional President Man- uel Urrutia said thousands of persons will be tried by rev- olutionary courts in "the same manner as war crimi- nals were tried in Germany." They will be charged with crimes against the Cuban peo- ple. Some of the accused still Aims, to Avpid Steel Strike McDonald Thinks Cortract Terms Can be Reached Chicago (fi The presi- dent of the AFL-CIO United Steelworkers of America says he hopes an agreement will be reached on a new contract with the basic steel industry without causing a shutdown of operations. David J. McDonald, com- menting yesterday on predic- tions of a possible shutdown in 16 Die as Fire Razes Home in Oklahoma Bodies of Negro Woman and 15 Children Recovered From Ruins of Small Dwelling are being sought, Urrutia told a news conference last night At least persons have been reported arrested since Batista fled to the Dominican Republic a week ago and vie torious rebel leader Fidel Cas tro proclaimed Urrutia as provisional president. Gunfire flared briefly in Havana again last night. Mi chine guns and other auto- matic weapons fired for about 15 minutes near the Ameri- can-operated Nacional hotel as rebel militia reportedly pursued several carloads of men who had been shooting at random in the streets. The militia still is trying to eliminate diehard Batista sup- porters, including members of a private army called the Tigers which belonged to for- mer Sen. Rolando Masferrer. Masferrer fled by yacht to Key West, Fla. Minister of the Presidency Luis Bush said Cuba will demand his extra- Washington The sen- ate moved toward a quick irst showdown in the filibus- ter fight today with the im- mediate issue narrowed to the question whether to throw the senate rules open for revi- sion. Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas, the Democratic lead- er, agreed to the move and pushed it along, then an- nounced plans to try to kill the proposal for new rules by means of a motion to table. The situation was set up by an agreement from Johnson to let the senate take up first the proposal to adopt new rules, sponsored by forces which want tighter curbs on long talk. The plan was of- fered as a substitute for a compromise proposal by Johnson himself. The Demo- cratic leader obtained unani- mous consent to go into the proposal immediately, and then announced his tabling plan. Boswell, Okla. Sixteen persons, 15 of them children or teenagers, died today in a roaring fire in a 4-room wooden home. All the bodies except that of one child were piled on and around a bed in a- rear room which had no outside door. To Forestall Food Rioting Restricted Supplies Of Wheat and Flour Create Hunger Fears The threat hovered over New Chief Picks Debre As Premier Paris Gen. de Gaulle became today the first president of the fifth French republic and ed Michel Debre as premier. In taking the oath of office, De Gaulle declared that dur- ing his 7-year term he would, if need be, impose what the public good demands. Debre is an ardent nation- alist, a longtime Gaullist, and Report Cuban Bomber Near Test Center Daytona Beach, Fla. An armed B26 Cuban bomber flew within striking distance Apparently someone pushed the one child out a window be- oj the missile test center on fore dying, but the effort was in vain, for the child was dead.jcape Canaveral to land Many found they couldjment. Naming Debre was The victims, all Negroes, were Mrs. Ara Gardner, 38; Year's day and never buy only one day's supply.'Gaulle's first major act a 10 children; 3 orphaned nieces; and two visiting nephews'was challenged by U. S. of hunger New Delhi of food riots New Delhi today. There have j chief architect of the new con- already been scattered f i s t'stitution establishing the fifth fights and rock throwing. Would Tighten Rules Against the background of the simmering fight over civ- il rights and integration legis- lation, Johnson bad proposed some tightening rules for cutting off debate. He had not gone nearly as far as the strong opponents of the fill buster wanted. His plan woulc have reaffirmed the principle that the old rules, which make debate hard to cut off rom Oklahoma City. Booker Gardner, the father, was away hunting. Almost in shock and his face haggard, Gardner walked about aimlessly, apparently unable to comprehend immedi- ately the disaster which) struck his family. He said that when he start- ed home from his hunting trip jefore dawn this morning, "I sorta funny." He received the news at the farm home of Vernon Love, who drove him to the disaster scene. Gardner told Tony Price, carry over. Johnson said he hoped to force the matter to a show- down late today or tonight A motion to table is not de batable, and once made woulc cut off further discussion However, Johnson said he would consult with both sides and see that they had an ade- quate opportunity for debate before making his motion. The Texan's offer of a quick showdown indicated he wa confident of mustering the votes to defeat the re vision as proposed. Turn to Page 19, Col. I Report Israeli Repulse 4 Jets Tei Aviv, israei-or-israeii Menagerie Building nghters drove off four Egyp Burns; 56 Die tian MIG 17 jets after a brief air battle over the Negev des- New York Fire swep ert today, an Israeli army ]a 1-story building spokesman announced tonight.' defense, Morning republic. Debre, who will be 47 in a Long lines of shoppers wait- week w'ag justice minister ed to buy scarce wheat Gaulle's interim govern- De after provoked'ne assumed the presidency of the republic shortly aft- er noon. De Gaulle rode tri- the Daytona around the shops. Journal said today. Wheat and flour, cooked in'umpnantiy town the Champs "Apparently the air force j various types of bread, formlElysees, then returned to his reporter of the Paris, Texas, News, that he had started on a hunt about last night and hunted all night. Hunting with him was a nepBfew from Steel Shipped To Soviet Union Tons of Chromium Ore in Exchange Deal doesn't believe the bulk of north Indian'Elysee palace and summoned i Debre. Gets More Powers Debre, a lawyer and admin- would bomb the newspaper quoted a federalj Prices have climbed 25 per aviation spokesman. The Pen-cent in the last month. The jstrative specialist, will share began' scarcity became serious at executive duties' with De the beginning of January. Government Opens Shops pa- New York A New York export broker confirmed today that he is shipping 20, 000 tons of American automo- tive steel to Russia in ex- change for toni of So- viet chromium ore. Ara Oztemel, president oi Greg Gary Corp., said he obtained the wide, cold-rolled sheet steel from Republic Steel Corp. of Cleveland. He He said the Egyptian planes were intercepted by French- the basic steel industry nextjbuiit Mystere fighters 20 miles summer, said if there is a (rom Beersbeba, Israel's "des- ert capital." The penetration of Israeli air space occurred around noon, it was claimed. The spokesman said that on the appearance of the Israeli fighters two of the MIGs turn- ed tail immediately. The oth- closing of mills, it will be the industry that causes it. "We certainly do not want to have a McDon- ald told newsmen. He said the steel industry press ahs predicted as inev- itable a strike by the steel- workers to enforce proposals In the new contract. "Our international wage pol- icy committee hasn't even met McDonald said. "I have no idea what our proposals will be. I hope we can conclude agreements without a strike." Contracts covering more than half the union's workers in the basic steel in- dustry end June 30. McDonald said negotiations probably will begin in June or earlier j to replace three year pacts' negotiated In 1956 after a 34- day shutdown. The industry has had three major shut- downs in the last 10 years. McDonald was in for a meeting ers made off after fight, he added. short of an animal farm today, burning 56 animals to death. At least 40 monkeys died in the flames on the 2-acre Ruhe farm, which supplies animals to zoos throughout the world. Other casualties included five giant tortoises, three bur- ros, two dogs, four pigeons, a swan and a viper. Heinx Ruhe, farm manager, who has a residence on the grounds, smelled smoke and notified authorities. The one building was burned out in the 2-alarm blaze. Booker Gardner Oklahoma City, who was vis- iting in the home. Gardner is a day laborer in Gaulle. The new constitution gives most effective power to tagon in Washington checking the report, the per said. Two Cuban Air Force men fleeing after the downfall of President Fulgencio Batista's government landed the plane Trainloads of as previously, for the na- The government promisedjthe president, to open "fair price" shops j The constitution provides this weekend to sell the president name the and flour at subsidized prices.'.premier. There is no provis- wheat are being sent to assembly to confirm here, seeking asylum. They told the Morning Jour- nal they flew into the United States without a flight plan and made no radio contact during the 300-mile trip up the coast until they called last summer. Produc- tower at Daytona Beach Mu-.tion fell sharply, due largely nicipal airport for landing in- to bad weather Delhi from Bombay to replen- ish the market. The New Delhi grain short- age is one phase of the na- tionwide food shortage that him in office. Cries of came from 'Vive de Gaulle" thousands lining the broad Champs Elysees as he drove up the avenue in an open car after taking office. The 68-year-old wartime free .French leader stood stiff and structions. A urecord urlce is, erect despite brisk wind and No Data In Logs Tlh.e 42 de temperatures. They said they knew how but( north.India Is not a nee-. At Arc de Triumphe De to fly the "U S ?h? nextf Gaulle and retiring President 10 iiy me u. a. ay lndlan wheat harvest will apparently meaning the auth- orized route up the east coast. First Lt. Chester J. Loewe, public information officer at Dobbins Air Force base, Ga., said neither the 32nd Air di- said this is the first log nor lne log of thelmllch jn November. The pace reach the markets in March and April. About tons of Amer- ican wheat arrived in Decem- ber to fill the gap. following i up shipments of almost shipment of American steel to the Soviet years. Union in several Warning squadron at Dill Air Force base, contained information The steel in being shipped via the port of Halifax, Nova1 Scotia, the New York broker said, and the chromium ore from Russia will be delivered at Newport News, Va., and Baltimore. Oitcmel declined to identify the U.S. firm or firms to of about population near Hugo. GOP Charges Johnson's Criticism Stirs Up Party Chiefs Washington of) can congressional struck back today Chicago of "politics" against ing union appeal cases. Food Feof lire Offers Tips on Week's Besf Buys Each week a Post-Cres- cent reporter is assigned to visit a cross-section of Appteton food stores. By personally Inspecting produce and meat Ketna and by talking with pro- duce and meat dtpatt- ment managers, ahe able to North Tonawanda, N. Y. The residents of this city in western New York boiled their drinking water to- day after ice sludge in the Ni- agara river blocked the main water system intake. Schools were closed andj many business establish- Republi-lopening shot in a political rnonts curtailed operations leaders' barrage he said he expects ,when Mayor John F. Kopczyn- Ithe Democrats to fire at Pres- SM declared a state of emer-, lident Eisenhower's fiscal and'gency yesterday. national security proposals. Some factories were allow-1 thel "I am happy the president to open today but their caf- dedlcated effort eterias remained shut down, the Householders also turned to whom the ore is being sold Chromium is used in the manufacture of stainless and this southern Oklahoma lo the American steel for the manufacture of automobile bodies, Oztemel said. His firm1 plans to make further such He listed the victims as: His wife. Their 10 children; Juanita, 15; Easter, 13; Isaac, 11; Lar- ry, 9; Louise, 8; Gwen, 7; shipments to the Soviet Union _ jor U.S. companies, he de- Omie, 5; John Anthony 2, and i No outright barter is in- volved in the exchange of American steel for Soviet he pointed out. The steel is being sold in the conventional manner and the chromium ore will be obtained in a "coun- ter-purchase" deal. Turn to Page 19, Col. 8 City Forced to Boil Water After Sludge Blocks System Intake Woman Held by Brooklyn Police In Kidnap Case New York Wi Police headquarters reported shortly before 2 p in. today that a woman was being held in Brooklyn m connec- tion with a sumably that of a 2i-hour- old child last Friday night. The police report was that the woman was being held at the St. George hotel, one of the city's best known ho- tels, by a traffic patrolman. No further information was given immediately, ex- cept that other officers were being rushed to the hotel The baby, Lisa Hose Chi- onchio, was believed to have been taken from a crib in the nursery of St. Peter's hospital by a woman de- scribed as a bleached blonde about 30 years old. Rene Coty symbolically kindled the eternal flame that" marks the tomb of the un- known soldier. The mood of the crowd was serious as De Gaulle took over as president after ruling seven months as premier. He 660th Aircraft Control continue through March, Mac-1an American source said. The wheat is being shipped about'under a law which allows In- dia to repay wheat loans in rupees which are re-invested; in ndian private business. j Newspapers and heaped most of the blame forl dent _a. Turn to Page 19, Col. 3 Ike Will Fight For His Program n un Presi- accuscd of holding back gram determined to meet head on to make a maximum profit, any Democratic opposition to Kenney Says Russia Awaits Time fo Attack Memphl former commanding general i his legislative program, may use television to enlist public support of his proposals. White House Press Secre- _ A retary James C. Hagerty said un A no so far Eis- newsmen, ,we could get 300 of their ci- ties and they don't want to I risk that." _________ _ of the union's !cratic contentions V141 International board of 28 Eisenhower administration making a trict directors, which is lagging behind in the spaceito balance age. iBridges said. "I know that he bottled water melted In the opening round deeply concerned that ev- snow to fill their needs. what appeared likely to be-'ery necessary effort made come bristling 2-party fight to maintain the 2 YeorS for hands down, they'd pull the urne uie pres.uy.u speak, trigger on us right now .anywhere he is going to talk That blunt opinion was ex- behalf of his piogram pre.ss.-d last night by George Hagerty indicated that a C Kcnnoy who retired as a 4- decision on television or oth- star general in 1951. er public appeals will "They might be able to take pend on the reaction to Eis- us now and we might be able enhower's program in the new to take Krnncy told heavily Democratic congress. but if they tried it, At Least 6 Dead in North Norwegian Gale Oslo Officials today counted at least six dead and 40 fishing boats sunk or dam- aged after a 2-day storm along Norway's far-north Fin- mark coast. One fishing boat was still missing. The gale ended yesterday but continuing snow cut visi- bility to 100 yards and ham- pered ships searching for the 00-foot Amor, missing with {nine men aboard. in the new congress. Sens Styles (R-NH) and Thomas Kuchel as- curity and he can be trusted to do that. Money He Found But that won't keep the sailed the call of Democratic {Democrats from making po- 'Leader Lyndon B. Johnson of litical attacks on his propo- Kveans. 3 JTexas for his party to selze'sals." yf i jnational leadership from the, Eisenhower will outline his 17.WO Australian pounas 'White House. legislative program W Johnson told fellow senate ly in a state of the Union Democrats yesterday th a tjmessage Friday, and willious breakdown, there is a "deficit of vigor" to Jan. It what1 Kveans, father of four chll- in the Eteeettower administra- tion. TUty thtrtfore have a mandate to asranie tanetrwc- Uve toademhip two Mid will a bwdget bal-jdren and a fifth on the way at abMt 177 billion, foand the money benlM the seat at a Iff? tar M Thto b m AwwHscf. SkcM of MMtng exhibition for MotceWi ftofceMU perk aeit The SOO-feet dtametw deaw at enter wilt W ceatral A Vafll IhLV WaW ww Chance of More Snow Tomorrow to partly cloudy over most of the state with a few snow flurries likely near Michigan and Superior. High temperatures today will range from 10 to It north portion and low tem- peratures tonight from zero to 8 below north portion. Temperature! for the 24-hour period end- ing f o'clock: High. 24, low, 7. Temperature at 11 o'clock, 14. Northeast wind at miles per how. Baro- meter, W.44 Weath- er map Page flM at p.m., Swtwrday at ft. at p f KWSPAPERl NEWSPAPER!   

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