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   Post Crescent, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                             APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 8 36 A, B AmETON-NEENAH-MENASMA, WIS., MONDAY, MARCH ASSOCIATED MUSS WIRE SERVICE Price Seven Cants Iraqi Rebels Report Forces March Toward Baghdad Blast Symbol Marks Mosul, rebel center, which was bombed by the Iraqi air force. Underlined are Kirkuk, where army units were asked to join the re- volt, and Ramadi, which rebels claimed had joined them. Socialist Chief in W. Germany Says Reds Aim at Peace Ollenhauer Optimistic After 2-Hour Talk With Khrushchev Inches Added To Snow Blanket Flurries Forecast as Fox Cities Continue Digging Out Operations Berlins-West Germany's! No. 2 political party socialist chief, Erich Ollen-1 declared he disagreed with1 hauer, met today with Nikita'Khrushchev on many points' Khrushchev then declared he'regarding the Berlin question! thought the Russians would over-a11 German set- make every effort to solve thej y i n g to newsmen's' Berlin crisis without war. i questions, he added: Ollenhauer met for two) "There was agreement, hours with Khrushchev at that there is no ques- latter's invitation. Then the Four and a half inches were added to the Fox Cities were guided through unopen- ed north side streets by Aid. blanket over the weekend asjGroh and Sonkowsky. j the area continued to dig outl The other two truck plows' from Friday's storm. Light and the Sno-Go rotary plow flurries were forecast today. ;and blower worked the southi Most highways and streets side, guided by Aid. Hanne-. are open and crews are work-'mann, Stumpf and Schneider.' ing to widen the thorough- After the Milwaukee men fares were greeted at the street Appleton streets were re- partment by Mayor Mitchell, ported 99 per cent open today, with 85 per cent of them wide enough for more than one car. Yeoman Service Yeoman service by the street and sanitation depart- ments, augmented by help, from Milwaukee, two private local contractors and five city aldermen, was credited today for the faster-than-expected work, Director of Public Works Duszynski said. Parts of the street and sani- Turn to Page 5, Col. 1 Loopholes Hit Mundt Says Corrupt, Conniving Leaders Could Abuse Terms tation department driver force, augmented by Street Khrushchev Suggests Small Berlin Garrison Berlin Soviet Pre- mier Khrushchev declared today he would agree to sta- tioning a small protective military garrison in West Berlin if the western powers end their military occupa- tion. He said it could be made up of U.S., British, French and Soviet troops, or sol- diers from neutral nations. He told an East Berlin rally the Soviet Union has no objection to United Na- tions control of West Berlin if it were turned into a free city. tion which cannot solved peacefully and it was agreed our problems must be solved i peacefully." j A Soviet communique said, the talks were held in "a friend atmosphere." were discussed! to the conclusion of a peace treaty wijii Germany, Turn to Page 4, Col. 5 Macmillanand AF Wlrephoto Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and his wife hold hands in their automobile as they leave Walter Reed hospital for a ride. It was the second time Dulles left the hospital since he entered Feb. 10. Dulles is being treated at the hospital for a cancer condition. Oil Center Hit During Air Attack BY TOM MASTERSON Beirut, nationalist rebels claimed to- their army is marching on Baghdad to crush the com- munist influ- enced govern- ment of Pre- imier Abdel Karim K a s s- em. Kassem' s w a rplanes i bombed Mos- i ul, a major oil Kassern center 220 miles northeast ol Baghdad that is the seat of a revolt led by Col. Abdel Wa- hab Shawaf, apparently with- out decisive effect. A war of words raged be- tween Radio Mosul and Radio Baghdad. The smokescreen of propaganda veiled military movements, but showed bit- terly the antagonisms be- tween leftist followers of Kas- i sem and military -men who lean toward U.A.R. President Nasser's brand of Arab na- tionalism. Conflicting aims and coun- terclaims alternated as the day advanced. Radio Baghdad declared at De Gaulle Meet Democrats Propose Easing Of U. S. Monetary Controls Prime Minister Starts Talks With Western Allies Karl E. Mundt (R-SD) said today Paris British Prime Minister Macmillan today be- gan a swing around the capi- socialist chief tain held a news1 tals of his major allies in conference. search of a western policy to. Ollenhauer said he came.take into negotiations Washington Would Revise Other Programs; Republicans Hit Partisanship Iff) President Supt. Reinhold Schulze and lnat a pending labor control: away optimistic about the Aid. Pointer and ..leaves many gaping prospects of an east-west set- Wllll rieamcill. manned 10 truck-plows from loopholes for abuse by con- tlement after the meeting in'Macmillan said he feels the m within as well as along 10 a.m. to 10 p m. Saturday. jniving and corrupt union Russian embassy in East.Russiarls want to negotiate on j ernmental monetary controls the Russians. cratic members of the senate- Arriving in Paris to confer, house economic committee De Gaulle, called today for easlng of gov- Eisenhower's eco- and fiscal policies. The committee members The full street department fjcjais crew returned at 10 p.m. Sat-1 Berlin. Berlin. and revision of foreign aid, major gov- equipment. Milwaukee He referred to a bill spon-j "I have the impression that -The Russians accept thati farm and other sored by Sens. John F. Ken- on the Russian side all efforts these immediate ernment prograi.._. lve the Berlin, Germany and so on Republicans, critic! zi n g 8ress in u to be settled by nego- what they called the "partis- ln8s on the senate labor committee. avoid a conflict, Ollenhauer tiations Macmillan said, i an political tone" of the re- o member of the told the news conference in on the annual economic mes- Walkout Hits Harlan County Strike Caravan In Demonstration, Then Retires Sunday. The result, (D.Mass) and Sam j.'W1n be made to was accomplish- Ervm (D.NC) now before the problem peaceful of about as much work as they could do with sage Eisenhower sent to con- long hear- message have been held since its submis-, strength thls morning Harlan, Ky. made miners one Equipment The Milwaukee equipment, obtained through a request to Mundt. a senate rackets committee. West Berlin. urged a labor to accept two Mavor Zeidler by Mavor M.t- subcommittee provisions he has drafted for tightening up Ready to Negotiate He conceded that there are port, I wide differences between the iwest and the Soviets. He generally supported, (fi Coalj show of! and! !then retired in a downpour of Baghdad Crowds Hail Announcement Baghdad, Crowds swarmed through the streets of Baghdad to- day celebrating a govern- ment announcement that in- surrection in northern Iraq has been quelled. "The government is in complete an offi- cial said. "Col. Abdul Wa- hab Shawaf was killed by his own men." From every appearance in Baghdad, the govern- ment has no fear of the re- bellion spreading this far. The few army units here do not seem to be on special alert. The curfew which has been in effect since the July revolution was lifted to per- mit observance of the Mos- lem Ramadan. more important for the west- chell. worked controls over strikes and ,e- t ern allies to get together "to from shortly after arrival cret elections of union offi- a debate of confirm our common policy about 7 pm. Saturday. The _ concrete proposals from both purpose.' Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 Three Democratic as a United Mine Work- members. Reps. Wright Pal-'ers strike settled over on Har- one time Shawaf was fleeing toward the Syrian border and, offered for him, dead v J subcommittee sjdes Ollenhauer said. The prime minister returns! equipment was scheduled to Although the _____________ return to Milwaukee about already has approved the .-Glvcn good M m on both1 to London tomorrow 10.30 am. today. Kennedy m bill, it reopen- sides j am convinced that a'and flies Thursday to Two Milwaukee truck plows ed its hearings last week for pcaceful solution can be found, to give West German Chan testimony from Sen. John L. impression is that the cellor Konrad AJ-------- McClellan rackets Soviets are seeking a perma-.fttl-in. On committee chairman and au- nent solution of the German rives in Washington to Qshkosh thor of another bill. Mundt question over the western views with and Sen. Carl T. Curtis (R- Neb) demanded that they also be heard. Mundt said some sections of the Kennedy-Ervm bill are Brenfcrno Says German Unity Stays Big Issue Bonn West German Foreign Minister llemrich von Brcntano today rejected any plans for a military dis- engagement m Europe that do are lhat under not provide at some point fori solution of such pol.ncal law many workers are lems as German reunifies- compelled to join labor un- ions and pay dues against The foreign mmisler told a their will. The Taft-llartley there law permits contracts includ- night Bonn route 2> 39. Harold King, 48, Adenauer a Z, Hortonville. March 19 he ar-i 40 Rayn1iond P. Clark, 32, man Hale Boggs Ian county. (La) and Henry S. Reuss A caravan of 100 men in alive. filed separate state- cars drove from the mining! Later it reported he had ments supplementing the ma- community of Evarts to the been killed by his own men. jority report, prepared under Ilighsplint mine, then return-'This purported news, obvious- direction of Sen. Paul H. ed to Evarts and disbanded. Uy aimed to dismay Shawaf's Douglas The situation was quiet. A1 followers, was accompanied I Sen Jacob K. Javits (R-N few pickets were reported at by reading of hundreds of route'Y) differed with some and the Harlan messages pledging allegiance tions of the principal minority Fuel company, but the Kassem. 'report submitted by Sen. spiml group joined the cara-, Shawaf himself spoke over Bush 'van as it passed. Radio Mosul to deny he was 19, The leader of West Ger-, President Eisenhower. (Story on Page B-10) "vulnerable to and connivance manipulation by powerful union bosses or by those who to keep their foreign press luncheon was an insoluble connection nig union shop, or provision between plans for a discn- that all workers must join the gagemcnt and the political union picked by the majority problems the move was sup- if they want posed to solve. jobs. The political problems, he f T IJ added, must be discussed and CvpriOtS TolQ tO brought closer to a solution in the course of negotiations I QW on disengagement 7 "One could imagine that a Nicosia, Cyprus i.iv- Col. step-by-stcp plan is drawn George Grivas, the leader of up, but the political prob- tne Greek Cypriot under- Icms must not be grouncj finally told his follow- he declared. Biographies Of Candidates In Vote Story Tuesday's primary clec- lion will decide which two of eight aspirants to the state supreme court will have their names on the election ballot in April. Because of the impor- tance of such a "run-off" primary in races where more than two candidates are involved, the Post- Crescent tonight presents the biographies of all court candidates. They will bf found in pre-elec- tion story on Page A-5. ers today to lay down their arms and help Archbishop Makanos build the new Re- public of Cyprus. The announcement set off jubliant celebrations by thou- sands of Greek Cypriot stu- dents. They poured into- the 'streets of the capital, and formed into parades with drums pounding and bugles blaring. Grivas issued a mimeo- graphed leaflet from his se- cret hideout. "I am obliged to order the cessation of the he said. He expressed disap- pointment that Cyprus had not won union with Greece Pointing to the millions ofi The strike, affecting about either fleeing or dead, unemployed, the of Harlan county's "We will keep fighting to majority said a goal of maxi- miners, began at midnight the end, until we wipe out the mum employment "should be'saturday after last minute'corrupt regime and victory given the highest priority." negotiations failed to produce will be he pledged. But the Republicans said in- agreement to a UMW contract; He told the people not to flation offers the gravest by 26 independent operators, jbe misled by Radio Bagh- The independents were not'dad's production of pro-Kas- operating today, although'sem messages and brushed they posted work notices off the air raid on Mosul. Some 200 small truck mines, "The govcrmment felt that which were not under the the end is the colonel UMW contract, apparently said. "That is why it tried, as vore not working last measure, to bomb Mo- Their empty coal hauling sul with the few planes whose trucks were parked outside! House homes throughout the' outheastern Kentucky coun- r v. H'9h hut said "preferable ruption." Union with Greece was the original aim of Eoka, underground army. TMt-f.tmtrnt It Isn't Exactly Swimming Weather, but Fox Cities members of the Neptune's Nomads club don't seem to mind as they take part in a club exercise in Lake independence is to national dis- Winnebago at Neenah Sunday. Left to right are Darwin Griffith. Appleton; Chute, club president; Jamw Downes and Charles Post, both of Vial, Little Appleton. Turn to Page 5, Col. 5 Democrats Ask Federal Aid for Depressed Areas Washington Democrats today renewed their campaign to get federal aid for communities econom- ically depressed by chronic unemployment. Starting hearings, a house- banking subcommittee told by Chairman Brent Spence (D-Ky) that passage of a bill calling for more than million in loans and grants is of "supreme im- portance to the economy of our country." Snow Collapses Dance Hall Roof Cascade, Wis. A dance hall roof laden ith more than three feet of snow collapsed Sunday seconds aft- er 150 persons had left the building. They were attending a wedding anniversary cele- bration. No one was injured. Joseph Kaschak of Milwau- kee, a guest at the party, said there was less than two minutes of warning after the initial danger sign, two wood strips that fell to the floor as Mr. and Mrs Otto Koepke of Hingham, Wis about to cut their 50th anniversary cake. The roof measured about 60 .by 40 feet. Turn to Page 4, Col. 2 1 Ziv Mayer, 56, bought a horse race pool ticket on which he won at a risk of tax free since Mayer, a Rou- manian, lives in Mexico where there is no income tax. He picked five win- ners at Agua Calientc, Mexico, race track. Contempt Conviction Washington The su- preme court today upheld the comtompt conviction of liman- uel Brown, New York gar- ment maker who refused to answer grand jury questions in an investigation of racket- eering. The 1957 grand jury inquiry had been spurred by the acid blinding of labor columnist Victor Ricsel a year earlier. Nofe fo Weofherman: For Pefe's Sake, Stop! Wisconsin Light flurries with little change in temperature. Highs to- day mostly in 30's, lows tonight in 20's. Partial clearing with snow ending Tuesday. Appleton Temper a- turcs for the 24-hour period ending at 9 o'clock: High, 32, low, 16. Temperature at 11 o'clock, 24. Northeast wind at ft miles per hour. Barometer. 30.04 inches. Weather map on Page B-ll. Sun sets at p.m., Tuesday at (MS a.m.; moon sets at p.m.   

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