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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - January 28, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL.XLDCNo.74 54 Pages and 12 Page Tabloid AmETON-flBNAHJMENASHA, WtS., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY AHOC1ATCD WlftE SERVICE Price Seven Cents Hails Progress Made by U.S. Missile Field Eisenhower Says Nation Need Not Feel Humiliated See Leftist Faction Win Fn Morocco Rabat, Morocco Two' factions of the istiqlal party: contended today for control! of the Moroccan government.! Foreign diplomats expect a left-wing victory. The istiqlal has been Mo- rocco's only well organized political party. Previously] Eisenhower said today the moderates willing t" cooper-j United States is making veryjat uh th t controlledj remarkable progress in thej. ballistic missile field and no cause for hangdog humili-i The leftists have opposed ation. the U.S. strategic air com- The president made thejmand b here and statement at a news confer- ence in commenting on Soviet continued close economic ties Ike Offers Program to End Labor-Management Faults Premier Nikita Khrushchev's announcement yesterday that Russia has intercontinental with France, which ruled this! country of almost 10 million! persons until 1956. The pres-i ballistic missiles in produc- I tion lent cabinet is technically non-; In apparent reference to the 'partisan but is headed by a question of whether Khrush-jleader of istiqlal left chev was saying Russia has Atdallah Ibrahim. j ICBMs in mass production, A spokesman for the left-! wing dissidents, consultative! assembly President Medhil Ben Barka, said -his group! Eisenhower said he has no way of knowing just what was in Khrushchev's mind. Somewhat wryly, the presi- now considered itself a sepa-j dent added that we seem veryjrate party called the demo-! prone to give 100 per istiqlal. Its aim is "to credence to statements by the prepare democratic institu- Soviet if they happen to and to mobilize the citi- with our own- desires. zens for the objective of econ- On the other hand, Eisen- omic he said, hower went on, we dismiss other Soviet statements as baldfaced lies. Rapid Progress Without ever saying wheth- er this country has intercon-l tinental missiles at the pro- duction stage Eisenhower said that the U.S. missile program is going forward as rapidly as possible under the direction of capable scientists. Then he said very remarka- ble progress is being made and that the nation has no cause for any hangdog humil- Alexandria, Va. U iation. IS. District Judge Albert V. On the contrary, it should Bryan today rejected a plea Denies Delay On Integration U. S. Judge Rejects School Board Plea Involving Negroes Asks Bossism End, Fund Accounting BY NORMAN WALKER Eisenhower asked gress today to require complete public accounting of un- ion fund handling and set up rules to free labor organ- izations of bossism. Eisenhower's special message said his program is a complete and effective approach to curbing labor-man- agement abuses. He has referred to a bill by Sen. John IF. Kennedy (D-Mass) as a halfway measure. The administration recommendations and Kennedy's proposals are largely parallel in requiring unions to sub- mit complete public reports of union finances to the government and requiring periodic Democratic elections and union internal pro- cedures. The administra-i f l tion bill is somewhat strong-! er in these respects. Eisenhower and Kennedy! pact, however, on Hartley law changes. Eisen hower proposes tougher Of Capitalism re- be a matter of pride, he said. of the Arlington county school! Assembly Line Employes at the Chrysler missile plant near Detroit move Jupiter engines, left fore- ground, into position for installation into the missile's jslrictions on union secondary 'boycotts against innocent 'third-party employers, and on! i picketing to compel union 'Ofinition whore employes dem-j _ they don't want En-lai told the Soviet right background is a Redstone final assembly line, jion representation. communist partv congress to- Kennedy's hill contains no AP booster section during final assembly operations. In Chou Pays Tribute To Soviet Union An Party Congress Moscow Ren1 The plant was opened for a newsmen's tour today. The president also dealt inlboard to delay the admission! the news conference withiot four Negroes to a white i such proposals. day "the day is not. far off lief that most Republicans un-, derstand and support what be! ln denying the called his middle of the roadlboard's petition, the program. He said he has been attacked from both sides so far as his moderate program ence in Des Moines last the four to Strat- Eisenhower expressed be- Junior High school next Monday remains in effect. school! judge! said he did not feel there had] been any showing of changed circumstances or conditions is concerned. He called thatjto justify him in delaying ad- missions. Turn to Page 5, Col. 2' Woman Faces Kidnap Charge (lay. It has told pupils not to; New York P 0 1 i c integrated classes and lodged a kidnaping charge tnat any violence day against the woman bring expulsion, ductor of an infant boy. Dulles Raps Finance Committee Ask Anti-Strike Red Proposals L Opens Deliberation Legislation Sets Precedent Under Prodding of Democrats; Others May Follow Aim Only at Soviet Victory, Secretary Washington Sec. of State Dulles said today every Arranges Admission _ The school board has propOSal for endlng WYNGAARD arrangements to enroll theicold war has been aimed st.fr wni.r Negroes if last-ditch legal undercutting free world re-i in the maneuvers fail to win a de- sislance to communism. isUUf government have deliv- jered their first campaign The president said his pro- when the socialist nations will gram is designed to capitalism in the field age responsible unions and to of peaceful competition protect the interest of the. pub- ,.s achievements will lie, workers and employers alike in the labor field. ;make this the red More Slate Control premier declared. Eisenhower's picketing and: Chou and Wladyslaw Go- boycott proposals, along withj the party lender of F'o- anolher to give states j jurisdiction over labor lrlbulcs lo UlP Sn' now in the realm of the Urium as the 21st party Action Outlawed tor tional labor relations board jcongress settled down for a Public Employes are likely (o he the main da-v mak- Sen. Hendee Wants man for the Democrats on is- visive points in a coming bat-1 newsmen were admitted to the session Dulles said there is nothing the United States not do promise. Under prod- a summit, meeting! ding of Dem- The board contended today with the it Holds a ocrats who The prisoner, Mrs. it would be detrimentalireasonable prospect of pro- a cion Ortiz, 25, then was takenjto tne Negroes to shift to Deace majority of in an ambulance to junfor high schooi dur-l a the the hospital for treatment of the scnOol year warned against any powerful legis- ailment that might be gall; Attorneys for the' Negroesiagreement between the two lative joint fi- bladder trouble. Icontended the school world powers c m' The hospital .reported herjnad not rajsed this conten-iwould give many unwary lues" condition was not serious. Ailion previously and insisted policewoman was assigned watch her. i Mrs. Ortiz was booked on the kidnaping charge at a.m. after being under i a sense of relief, and a feeling that our nation and deliberations open i the public. The budget-making and lax- committee, more im- no longer make the efforts and sacrifices that are now called for." 'The Soviet gpvernmentlportanl and in this jhas, for a long time, of fjscal troubie than ev- tioning for 11 hours. Investigate Death Of California Boy LIIC4I. V. I I TTKII J J f i ft Rial to, Calif. The! legislature would be next jcannot be ended in any such ,closea us lor Pnvale ae Madison _WV- The ex- jtrying to get that before for deoades has ecutive office announced to- les said. i public hearings to gel testi- day that Gov. Gaylord Nel- "It is. however, my deepiK son's budget message to the jconviction that the cold war mony on lne rtcora' body of a 12-year-old boy, naked from the waist was found hanging from a tree last night two hours after his; week, probably Tuesday, instead of Thursday as or- iginally planned. Nelson said postponement way and that to take that and would merely make it proba-iIT1endatlons to tne legislature, ble that, the cold war closed meetings are call- end in victory for executive sessions, in Icgis- j lative parlance. financial secretary. Joe i The secretary of state spoke! The vote was unanimous. parents had reported him! was necessary because his jal communism." missing. financial secretary. Joe I The secretary o ____ _r _ _ Police Chief Sidney .Tones; Nussbaum, was victim of a !in closed session before ihejDemocrats control the corn- said Harold Minnies was mur-! fl" attack which kept him house foreign affairs commit-; mittee by a margin of eight to riered, possibly by a sex of-! from getting the message in jtee. A statement was givenjsix. Sen. Lynn Stalbaum. Ra- fender f'nal shape. ito newsmen. 'cine, chief legislative spokes- Harold, only son of Mr. and Mrs.' Robert Hinnies. was found hanging from a limb in a clump of holly trees behind the family home. The rest of the youngster's clothing lay about 10 feet away. sues of finance and Madison i The AKL-CIO served notice and depended upon the Mos- Jhe n wjn ,0 ,Jie cow radio for accounts of the made the motion for open was today to prevent any picketing anrl proceedings. meetings a few moments afteristrikes by governmental em- _____, as a result, of month-! Assembly Chairmen Vote Open Meetings Turn to Page 5, Col. 6 long talks of a walk-out by the; t unionized employes of the egislat ion Madison chair- I Anti-strike legislation was men of the assembly's 25 ;offered in the slate senate by 10-Month Term, Kirby Hendoe, Milwaukee, ione of the leaders of the Re- publican senate majority. Even if such a measure is approved in the upper house, however, it will face a prob- ably hostile assembly, under Democratic control. Declines Comment The bill will face a bar- standing committees voted unanimously Wednesday to open all committee meet- ings to the public. The action came in a meeting of the committee chairmen called at the close of a morning session by As- sembly Speaker George Molinaro, D-Kenosha. All the chairmen are Demo- r iragc of attacks from the in- by MoHnTo creasing strong organised! oy jvioimaro. 'governmental workers of the Committee executive ses-sl.Ue A sUUp counH1 Qf cjly sions in the past have been and ret-cnt- closed, formal _ committee adopled resolution de- aclion on bills is taken at lhc jdca of slrjkes Ihe executive sessions. scrviocs ing the strike threats of Mil- Sen. W. A. Draheim, Neenah, waukee employes in their the Republican chairman, wage negotiations with elect- summoned the members for ed city officers, an organization session. The Hendee anti-strike bill Stalbaum and the other will put the League of Wis- ___------------.------------------------consin Municipalities, repre- Milwaukee Gov. Gaylord Nelson, admittedly "attacking one of the sa- cred cows." Tuesday called for a longer school year and the use of prefahricatinn methods in school construc- tion. "The matter of school buildings is an expensive area of state government." Nelson said, "and it is in- sensible the way we utilize multi-million dollar school buildings. Nelson called for a 10- rnoiilh school year and state architects to design school buildings. Nelson said that if th" teachers work 10 months of the year government could afford to give them a 10 per cent increase in salary, "but Love Triumphs Over All-East Does Meef West Rudyard Kipling said it: "East is East and West ii West, and never the twain shall meet." But that was 70 years ago and times have slow- ly- One would assume that it would be relatively sim- ple for an American sailor to wed a Singapore girl, but. such is not the case. It is necessary to get gov- ernment clearance, pass- ports, visas but will triumph, with the help of our representatives in Congress. And so. on April Joseph J. Bellin of Ap- pleton will wed Miss Hutchison of Singapore. For the complete of this romance society edi- tor's special article appear- ing on race AS of Post-Crescent. ME wsFAPEsfl R C H1V E Turn to Page 5, Col. 1 Bank Robber Gets 3-Year Sentence senting governmental Turn to Pace 5, Col. 5 nian- wacer the school boards and P'I'As will raise a storm." Trial for War Crimes Stress 7-Year Plan The speeches of visitinc del- joRat.es were sandwiched hr- twcon those of Soviet speak- ers who described their j for carrying out the 7-yoar i economic plan outlined in a long speech yesterday by Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Some of I he Soviet speak- ers described plans for rapid [installation of automation ma- ichinory which I hey said would set. up automatic production lines in key factories. Others expanded earlier an- innunccmcnls on agricultural and industrial productivity. Khrushchev has said the coal to outstrip the United ;Slates by 1965. Deny Red Charge of Poisoning Massacre Saigon. South Viet South Viet Nam officials have denied communist chnrc- cs that 1.000 political prison- ers in the Phu I.oi camp were massacred with poison- ed food last month. Authorities so far have not permitted newsmen to visit the prison camp 138 miles northwest of Snigon. but resi- dents of the area said that they had heard nothing of mass deaths. 1 Residents of the area said ;the hunger strike may i inspired the communist re- 'ports of poisoninc. 3-year pris- on sentence was ordered Tuesday for Orrin P. Sand- berg, for robbing Ihe Ban croft State bank of last summer. The sentence was imposed KV CTnut-nun DDtncmu- _, by U. S. District Judge Pat- BY -VTANfrORD RRADSHAH were not made public, hut au- rick T. Stone who denied a Havawa The third thorities said reunions of sub- petition seeking probation so showcase war crimes trial of versive elements had been SfclS Ore Not Handy Sfcofj y that Sandberg might receive Batista army officers was jf) s places. The A MNttta MM Hit reedy as he looks ever the ef wee execut- ed by military firing squads in Mantwnillo, a city in pfgvtucg of Cuba. The men were convicted by. a military tribunal ef the and executed. psychiatric help. Judge Stone Postponed today for celebra said the sentence was "very   persons arrested 'like water for ctty of the alleged plot since Batista rted Jan. 1. i cloudy tonight and turning colder with snow flvirries north- west. MoKtly cloudy and colder Thursday with some snow likely. Lows tonight will range from near zero northwest to mid 20s south- east. Outlook for Friday: Partly cloudy and quite cold with possible cold wave conditions southeast portion. Applet on Temper a- tures for the 24-hour peri- od ending at 9 o'clock: High 17. low 7. Tempera- lure at 11 o'clock 21. South- west wind at 7 miles per hour. Barometer 30.00 inch- es. Weather map on B-12. Sun sets at p.m., rises Thursday at a.m.. moon rises at p.m. planets are Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn EWS'PAPER!   

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