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   Post Crescent, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                             POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 9 30 A, B WIS., TUESDAY, MAtCH ASSOCIATED PNBSS WIRE UKVICC Price Cents Bar Committee Clears Reynolds On Ethics Issue Madismi A commit- tee of State Bar of Wis- consin said today Atty. Gen. John W. Reynolds did not vi- olate the canon of profes- sional ethics when he declined to further represent the board of state college regents jn the dismissal of Prof. George Ball of Superior college. The bar's committee on pro- fessional ethics announced its position in answer to a petition it received from Mil- waukee attorneys. The state supreme court, in a 4-3 decision, upheld the de- cision of Circuit Judge Rich- ard Bardwell who set aside the regents' dismissal of Ball. The high court said Ball should be reinstated or given a new trial. Reynolds declined to repre- sent the board in a request for a rehearing on the deci- j sion on grounds the case in- j volved academic freedom. At j Reynolds' request Gov. Gay- 'lord Nelson named special i counsel to represent the re- gents in further proceedings. Ogden Reid New Envoy to Israel Setup Meet: ke Main AP Wirephuto David Van Horn, 13 Months old, readily drinks his small vial of cherry-flavored polio vaccine being tested on 65 University of Minnesota families by the Minne- sota health department at Minneapolis. Scientists say a single oral dose may give full protection against the disease. Washington iReid, Ogden R. Youth Dies as Car Skids Into Moving Train Robert Maloney Was Passenger; Thrown From Car at Impact A 17-year-old Appleton youth died about p. m. Monday when the car in which he was, riding skidded into a moving train at Ballard road on the city's northeast side. Robert Maloney, 631 E. Cal- umet street, was thrown from the car and pronounced dead Bank Robbers Arrested Surprised Counting Loot on arrival at Appleton Memor- a director of the New !jai hospital. Driver of the car JYork Herald Tribune, was I Richard L. Patrick, 17, 330 N nominated by President-Ei-j Sidney street, Kimberly, was ).o be ambas- taken to the hospital in shock 'Look Out' Selection post was eral weeks ed to succeed Lawson. of Reid for that Maloney's death raises the Edward B. Site Purchased For New YMCA Building Byrd Scores Fiscal Aims Of His Party Raps 'Back-Door' Funds; Dirksen Quotes Proxrnire Land Now Location of Three Homes, Lawrence Conservatory i crash total to four deaths within three weeks. There have been two train car deaths in Appleton in two weeks. Patrick said he and Malo-i ney were looking for a friend's j home in the area. Driving j about 20 to 25 miles an hour! south on the Ballard road, the 1958 Studebaker coupe hit the Chicago and North Western northbound passenger train, police said. Massapequa, N. men with a variety of ordinary occupations who al- legedly decided to take up a new profes- seized early to- day less than 15 hours after a fast-moving but amateurish stickup here yester- day.- Police burst in on three of the men counting stacks of bills at the home of one of them. The police action was so fast none of the men had a chance to grab at any of the guns in a small arsenal beside them. "The look on their faces was unbe- said one of the raiding police- men. Tip Brings Arrests Arrest of the quartet so quickly was at- tributed to painstaking detective work based on the slimmest of clues an in- cident seemingly unrelated to a bank rob- bery. Detectives got a tip that one of the men, Thomas Parks, 27-year-old plumber of Bay Shore, N. Y., had gone to New York re- cently to buy a pair of handcuffs. Parks was picked up for questioning about 10 o'clock last night, less than eight hours after the robbery at machine gun point of the Security National bank in this Long Island community. Police thought there might be some connection with re- cent robberies in which victims were hand- cuffed, although none had been used at the bank. Parks denied buying any handcuffs, authorities said, but finally admitted he had bought some grotesque face masks. Such masks were used by the bandits who held 12 persons at bay in the bank for three minutes while scooping up cash. Admits Part in Holdup Finally, it was added, Parks broke down and admitted taking part in the bank rob- bery, then implicated three others. These were identified as Anatole Rylsky, 44, a tavernkeeper, West Babylon; Richard Hatch, 43, a blueprint 'developer, West Babylon, and William McHenry, 31, an insurance salesman of Lindenhurst, all on Long Island. Police failed to locate any of the three until they got to the home of Rylsky, who has living quarters in the same building as his tavern. Peeking through a slit in a blind% the policemen saw three men sitting around a kitchen table putting money in neat piles. Near them were two machine guns, two rifles and a revolver. Two of the men, it turned out. also had revolvers in their Turn to Page 11, Col. 1 Rebellion Crushed, An extremely light voter jnee saiu. turnout in the state judicial As the car approached the: primary was reported through crossing, Maloney today at the-city's 21 "Look out a Patrick! precincts. ________________---------------- told Outagamie County Coron-j1' reoorted The Appleton YMCA has- third larger than the presenter Bernard H.Kemps. City Clerk Broehm reportea coach be-i a total of 441 votes. The election, he said, will Primary Vofe Is Extremely Light at Noon Baghdad Insists Blames Outside Meddling; No Further Rebel Broadcasts completed purchase of a 000 downtown building site. ,u; -_____________ The land was purchased' "Tne land we purchased was.j Turn to Page B8, Col. 8 from Lawrence college, the'.Oie only centrally-located William A.- Siekman family, available. said Cherkasky.! patterson to Defend and a small right-of-way undertaken by archi-, of W S Patterson company.jtccts have shown the present m New York Lawrence's Peabody hall and: site is too small for our antici- pated program. Cherkasky said ready WashinRton Demo-i cratic fiscal policies in 86th congress came under at-i tack from a conservative! Democrat and from Republi- cans today. Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va) said that two senate-passed bills would permit more than; Cherkasky Johnson billion of what he called three homes now occupy the back-door expenditures even sjte. before congress has acted jy-o plans for construction drafted, nor has a ac- cess to downtown YMCA's is: necessary for several reasons, i A downtown Y is accessible toj public transportation, much of j the Y's activity is from people: Jin the business districts and the future programs would be niutually beneficial for Law- rence students. 12-Year Study The purchase culminated 12 years of surveys and plans un- YMCA. YMCA build- structure at 131 New York Floyd Patterson will defend his world heavyweight boxing title against Ingemar Jo- hansson of Sweden In New York, Promoter Bill Rose- ensohn said today. No date was set but it is believed that the fijfht will be held Tuesday, June 23. BY TOM MASTERSON Beirut, government reiterated today crushed insurrection led by Col. Abde cost about making the nationalist up_ price of each vote through noon about The voting in each ward: and ac- a for- eign power rising cused Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 measure. Both were sponsor- excess of million. j ed by Democrats and largely i William Cherkasky, presi-' opposed by senate of the YMCA. said Mon- cans Neither has yet been day that options have been acted on by the house. executed on the land north of Criticizes Procedure E. Lawrence street and bor- The bills permit spending, !dered by S. Morrison and S. Byrd said, by using treasury Durkee street. debt receipt and contract au- The property is about one- thorizations procedures which; effectively short circuit con- trols by the appropriations B-52 Ready TO done with the Turn to Page 3, Col. 1 41. 9, 181 Sherman place. (Story on Page B-8) Wards 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (1) 9 (2) 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Noon Vo 31 32 7 11 22 20 40 4 4 16 25 40 12 9 11 24 26 22 20 16 dent Nas- ser's United Arab Republic stirri n g up the trou- ble. Shawaf The rebels, whether choice or necessity, maintain- Wahab Shawaf in oil-rich Mos ul for few specific details hac been disclosed by either side Iraq's military governor, Ahmed Salen el Abdi, voiced the charge of foreign med- dling in a broadcast from Bag- hdad. He named no names, i ins Replies to Critics of Program Washington P r S 1- dent Eisenhower was quoted today as saying he is con- vinced his defense program meets the needs of the situa- tion despite the alarms voiced by some congressional crats. Republican congressional leaders reported after their weekly White House session that Eisenhower also said he of course puts the defense of the country ahead of every- thing else. There have been sugges- tions from Democratic critics that Eisenhower was so bent on balancing the budget that he was ready to weaken de- fenses in order to do it. The defense program was thoroughly, reviewed, the GOP leaders said, during a 21 hour meeting with the president. The review was against the background of mounting de- mands among some Demo- crats that defense spending ae increased, and more- man- power provided for the arm- ed services. Ike Called Expert Rep. Charles A. Halleck of Indiana, the house GOP lead- er, and Sen. Leverett Salton- stall a member of the senate armed services committee, told newsmen that in their opinion the pres- ident is the outstanding ex- pert in the field of national defense needs. Halleck added that the Re- publican leaders who attend- ed today's session were in absolute agreement with Eis- enhower that the" defense pro- gram is adequate. The demands in congress for stepped up defense spend- ing have been linked particu- larly with the tion. This has Berlin situa- aiso produced various suggestions "for deal- with the Russians on the "We that is cooperating with im- J perialism to stop a cllff Ls because these will not gj by feet the Iraqi republic field (D.Mont) that free world This imperialist state counter tne latest So_ ea ruuiu sucm-c om-ci oils" of Iraq are aetermmea off with a final claim to preserve our republic and nt o 11 h TTEI fl 1H 1 _ti i: trol of all north Iraq lastjsmash midnight. The silence was utter and eerie. declarations of Premier .Abdel Karim all imperialist stoog- Kassem's regime has been of free- dom for all Berlin. Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev limited his sug- eslion yesterday oyer the iraqi Berhn.He to West minimum Mystery still surrounded the Off With Rocket Ship procedure, an" expenditure first must be jjncjer Her Right Wing authorized by congress, and v then acted on a second time Edwards Air I-one Base. .in a bill to provide the actual Calif. W Like mother hen with one one can foretell at this'an 8-jct B-52 bomber sits in a date what the effect of these hangar here with an X-15 bills would be on ship undei her light turcs in the coming and sub- wing. sequent fiscal years, but this .Sometime today the plump, ivne of fiscal legislation out-silvery mother ship Is scntd ide of annual appropriation ulcd to take her stubby ward He told the senate yester-to the edge of'space and bring ___him back unharmed prob- Turn to Page 11, Col. 5 You Haven'f Voted, There's Still Some Time take hours or Today is election day. 1C yoii haven't voted, you have until the polls close nt 8 p.m. tonight in most of the Fox Cities. Villages and towns have varied closing times, most of them earlier. Kight candidates are seeking nomination to a post on the Wisconsin Su- premo court. The names of two winners will be placed on the April 7 ballot. It is an obligation of cit- izenship in a (roe country to go to the polls and vote in every flection, r special- ly one for the nomination of .justice of the impor- tant supreme court. inbly will j longer. Then the mother ship, with the X-15 still locked to a py- lon under its wing, will let down on the 20-milc-long dry lake bed which serves as a runway area on this acre desert test center. No Public Hearings In Bribe Offer Case Washington The son- ate rackets committee hold today "no good purpose would be .served" by public hearings on purported efforts to bribe its chief counsel, Robert Kennedy. The committee, headed by Son. John McClellan (D-Ark) said that "the reported inci- dents did not have the signifi- !canoe indicated by news :reports growing out ofjl the Milwaukee fcews conference at which Kennedy 'disclosed the bribe offers. claim denied throughout! yesterday by the rebels' Ra- dio Mosul that Shawaf had been killed by his own men. Thieves Cut Hole Into School Vault At New Holstein there. Officials Mansfield, the assistant Democratic leader, said he shares the skepticism of oth- er U. S. leaders concerning the various Khrushchev pro- jposals, but he said the west Scould take advantage of Khrushchev's suggestion for a guarantee of West Berlin's independence with neutral or New Holstein The Four troops, at New Holstein High school; "That wouldn't be was entered by said, "but if sometime Monday night in Khrushchev wants to cover much the same manner bur-jail of Berlin under United Na- glars broke into the vault actions guarantees on access iClintonville High school control of East and West 27. i Berlin, then I think that A 14 by 18-inch hole wasjwouic{ be worthy of consider- carved out of the 14-inchiatjOn." thick cinder block wall of the] K h r u s h chev's proposal, vault, Police Chief Ted Pagel which met a cautious rccep- said. ition from state department i The burglary was di.scover-'offjcjals was described by by Al Keuler, j William Ful- bright (D-Ark) of the senate foreign relations committee ed when he opened the school :about a.m. today. I Chief Pagel said the only a varjau0n of an old od of entry into the was unknown. There was nor -qt sounds like some of the .special activity at the that Mikoyan was say- Monday night. when he was Ful- Principal Ralph Dosch has; sajd not estimated the amount of the loss, Chief Pagel said.i Burglars stole from Clin- itonville High school. Sheriff C. J. Kosmosky was called to investigate at Wisconsin to Gef Another Tonsils Came Out in mass production when the six children of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ott, Forest Junction, appeared at St. Elizabeth hospital this morning for tonsillectomies. A seventh child, Randall, 13, had his out when he was 2 so he could coach his younger brothers and sisters on the process. Shown with Mrs, Ott and Sister M. Clara, from left, are Cherie Lee, 9; Reed, 4; Raye Ann, 6; Richard, 5; Donald, 11; and Robbin Lynn, 2. Randall must, have been a good six don't ieem particularly apprehensive about their ordeal. a.m. today. i Snark Sent Up at Cape Canaveral Cape Canaveral, Fla. A Snark intercontinental! guided missile blazed aloft to- day on what reportedly was 'a highly successful round trip flight of several thousand miles. The 69-foot Snark, capable of hauling a nuclear warhead; on 6.000-mile missions, touch-. ifeetly on a 2-way ocean test; 'flight, informed sources said.' I Wisconsin Wednesday mostly cloudy, with snow overspreading most of the state from the west to south. No important tem- perature change. Low to- night, to 10 degrees north portion. Appleton Temper a- tures for the 24-hour period ending at 9 o'clock: High, 30, low. 4. Temperature at 11 o'clock, 19. Southwest wind at 1 mile per hour. Barometer, 30.06. Weather Sun sets at p.m., rises Wednesday at A. m.; moon sets at iNEWSPA'FERr NEWSPAPER!   

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