Appleton Post Crescent, March 11, 1959

Appleton Post Crescent

March 11, 1959

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Post Crescent, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 10 48 A, B, C, D APPLftON-NEENAtfMENASHA, WIS., WEDNESDAY, MARCH ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE SERVICE Price Seven Cents Ike Says U.S. Aims to Avoid War on Ground The East Wing of the Lena Pope home, a children's home at Fort Worth, Texas, was demolished when high winds and hail struck Tuesday night. The wing, unoc- cupied at the time, was due to open Monday and would house 40 boys. Congress Prepares To Speed Action on Hawaii Statehood On Oil Imports Gasoline, Other Products Included Along With Crude Washington The gov- U.S. Puts Curbs Nasser in Attack On Iraqi Premier Communists Agents of Foreign Power, UAR Leader Declares Passage Appears Assured as Both Houses Take Up Bill Won't Tallc Of Nuclear Arms Use Washington an State- f hood for Hawaii, a smoulder- ans, on their islands, President Eisenhower said today the United States has no intention of fighting a ground war in Europe. He declined to say flatly that nuclear weapons would be used by American forces in the event the Soviets start shooting. have said firmly the United States will do whatever needs Hallows, Honeck Win Primary Races Bitker Close Third in Contest For Supreme Court Nomination r ing years, issue in congress burst into full for 40 created the same "miracle of to be done to protect its rights flame unity in diversity" that has and accomplished been Damascus l President' be torn down in the admission co eminent, seeking to bolster accused Iraq the nation's domestic oil and Abclel Karim Kassem todayj ln the welter of rumors aj _ o_ coal industries, invoked of adopting a hostile policy'the Mosul affair, there were [majority! sweeping mandatory curbs to- toward the United Arab Re-unconfirmed reports that in the house, Chairman Leo day on imports of and changing the some of Col. Abdel Wahab'W. O'Brien (D-NY) of the crude oil. original course Similar cutbacks go into ef- revolution, feet April 1 on imports of gasoline and other finished sem is a traitor.'' of the Iraqi Shawaf's rebel officers were territories subcommittee pre- trying to cross the Syrian dieted a margin of 100 votes responsibilities in West on the Berlin. today as both senate amons Americans' Thls government, he said, house prepared to take up the ma'nland Ameucans wm never back up jn the face bill simultaneouslv 'of En8llsn' Dutch, Irish, Soviet pressure there. With passage Swedish and other na- Calls People Alert assured, the big question was tional origins. At the same time he said which chamber would win the "They are essentially a new the free world is not going to race to act first to add a fif- of 11Jke their; become hysterical and go offj t" th tar to the flag forebears and unlike them, i half-cocked over the Berlin T tvi ato TTawah combining, we believe, the crisis. mine senaie, trie besl quahties of their ancjent Eisenhower said he believes and honorable ancestry withithe American public is morej the best qualities of the Amer- soberly aware of dangers in( ican New World." I the Berlin situation than a lot Jackson said the state of of people around Washington Hawaii will represent in the. A reporter had asked the! border and other reports that' was still going on. Nasser launched his first direct at- tack on the leader of communist- petroleum products. President Eisenhower deied the new import controls yesterday, saying he acted m{ Nasser called the commu- the interest of national seeur-.nists "agents of a foreign sad admission of Alaska to o r nist had slain Shawaf in Mo- year set the precedent for Ha- lraq s sul. The Baghdad government gov tne colonel was killed by his own men. ity. power. Relations between Iraq and Eisenhower s proclamation. the A R had sunk lo a new advocated for some time by low as a result of the Mosul domestic oil and gas pro-'revolt against Kassem's re- ducers, is expected to reduce crude oil imports by about 15 of the rocky ties Mondav. was Morse Seeks Draft Limit 2 The News port, per cent east mountains. There was no immediate in- dication what effect the new controls might have on de- mestic prices. Will Keep Watch In a statonifint accompany- ing the proclamation. Eisen- hower indicated the govern- ment will watch to see wheth- er consumers are hurt from UP) Cleared in House iirgue that one mistake does not merit anoth- er. But proponents say a refus- al to admit Hawaii, with its population largely Oriental and Polynesian in descent, would be viewed in Asia as the rankest form of race dis- crimination. The house rules committee represent Pacific what West stands for in Europe dom. Asks Powers On Civil Rights Rogers Wants Clear Authority On Mob Violence Washington A 11 y. -.cleared the way yesterday for Gen Rogers today urged con- The -ho fled to Syria communists were leading a the cutback m foreign sup- w lde.scale purge of Arab na. P'lcs- tionahst elements in Mosul, In the event price increases an Oll.rich cily 220 miles occur, he said, the director of nortnwc.st of Baghdad, civil and defense mobilization To many Arabs Nasser is ''is required to determine v hether such increases are necessary to accomplish the cc] national security obiectivos of in bUpport of Nasser U.A R. Middle East' Washington agency carried a re- Jed a house consideration of the gress to give the federal gov- unconfirmed in other last-ditch tight in the senate measure under procedure al- ernment clear authority to ,-s. that 60 six hours of general mob violenc'e in _..-s and an unstated num- ?hp four ureed bv debale in addltion to desegregation cases, ber of civilians were executed administration ,s p e nt considerinS amend- Rogers was before a house yesterday on Kassem's orders appeared slim ments. Action may come to-1 judiciary subcommittee to de-1 in the face of unanimous ap- morrow. The senate arranged'tail the administration's new y the senate armed to take UP the measure after civil rights program. He ap-i committee of the 4- disposing of a draft extension at the same time Berlin 'president if he feels that ,.ipeople recognize the dangers' in Soviet Premier Khrush-j chev's demand for the with- drawal of allied troops from West Berlin by May 27. The country knows how seri- ous the situation is or it wouldn't be voting all of the money that is being required for defense. Eisenhower promptly replied. He added, however, that1 who are advocating greater defense spending should have the courage to back higher taxes to pay for it. He was obviously still stand- Turn to Page 6. Col. 5 Slight Gains in Both Jobs and I Milwaukee An ap- i pointed justice seeking his I first elective office and Wis- jConsin's former attorney gen- eral will oppose one another I in the April 7 election for a j full 10-year term on the state I supreme court. A brisk campaign between Justice E. Harold Hallows and Stewart G. Honeck, the winners of Tuesday's judicial primary, for the year post immediately be- came a prospect. Hallows, 54-year-old Wau- trial. Reported quoted Iraqis proval services Stewart G. Honeck bill. Both em-] ,be as saying year extension and previous i uc ..w house passage by a top-heavy1 Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D- that no aUempt was made at rose slightly between vote. ,Wash) pictured Hawaii as the federai prosecution of those and February but so Senate leaders had planned "diplomatic state." Jackson engaging in violence at Little to be practically unchanged. OL nciLtr icauc i a iitau piainicru tJUKclKiiift U' viuicin-c OL UILLIC j to push the bill to a vote last is chairman of the senate ter- Rock, Ark-) central High The government reported Quesada Senate Washington Fox Cities Voters Back Hallows, Honeck Hallows, Honeck and Bit- ker also ran one-two-three in the four counties of the Fox Cities area. Justice Hallows had a large plurality, votes of the cast in the Out- agamic, Winnebago, Calu- met and Waupaca counties, Honeck polled votes and Bitker 976. Other totals were Halloway 549, Donley 542, Krueger 439, Clark 401 and AlexopOulos 112. watosa attorney appointed to the high court last April by former Gov. Vernon Thom- son to fill the vacancy creat- ted when Roland J. Steinle re- 'signed, hailed his nomination as preservation of "the prin- ciple of the sitting judge." "1 he told the Asso- ciated Press, "that this tra- dition will prevail in the final election." Honeck said that he was not dismayed at the prospect of running against a sitting judge and added, "The selec- tion of our judges is by the electorate, and 1 think a dis- tinction should be made be- an elected sitting judge night, but they postponed ac- ritories subcommittee which schOol in 1957. employment in February at'ate today confirmed an appOintee. guiding star of Arab na- throngs .surg- streets in this .nV He didn't between Baghdad say whether any excess e aiul Cairo 1 "Ct P, J prices would be cut back. Study Promised On Reuss' Plan For Ice Age Park Washington The inter- im- department today it w ill make an intensive study to see whether any (if the plat lal areas of Wisconsin impht be incorporated into a national park. "Lntil such definitive stud ies hav e been made ami ev al- uatod this department will have no baMs on which to re tion until today when Morse held hearings on the bill. Need Authority 62.722.000, up 16.000 from Jan- R. Quesada. retired air force ---------o............. _ came up with a long floor! "Here the Occident and the. The attorney general said uary. It calculated unemploy-lieutenant genciai as candldatcs by nearly speech opposing the measure.'Orient have met in a climate the administration "new leg- ment at 4.749.000, up mmistrator of the federal Pending at the time was a of mutual trust, understand-isjalive proposals would give Compared with February a and respect." he said. 'federal officers specific ago, employment is up Jackson said the Hawaii- orit to make arresls on the and unemployment is commission of six down by Between Jan- Fcbrua-ry last relatively no last monvnis ]oO i npmonstralni-s dpiinnnrpri spot Of persons who Wat To rated "the mm, T disturbance, .round school- rsstrsus-s rS Boothe Luce Posters declared "no sepa- 3] Washington The sen- offered by the administration, repotung laiism and no opportunism in Case contended the peace- ate foreign relations commit-could be punished by two change the Arab motherland time draft system contains tee may delay until after Eas- years imprisonment, Girls carrving green and many defects which he said a ter a vote on Clare Boothe fine or both, white flags of the L" A R commission study could docu- Luce's nomination as .shouted: willnicnt He did not name any. sador to Brazil. Morse told tho senate that Sen. Russell B Long in front of Central High usual seasonal pause between a military officer to the congress was being stamped- La) said that some of the school and made it necessary the heavy winter contraction civilian aviation post. Hallows led the field of in Tuesday's balloting, which saw only about 213.000 of the state's or more volcrs-feuer than 10 on aviation, ha r out. Honeck, 52- vctcran Republican fj''campaigner who was swept pending formal confir- Eng.e delayed senate for several days and in a floor' Missing Teller Arrested in West speech today explained his doubts as to the appointment. commerce and labor depart-, The California senator, ambas- Rogers said a large assem- ments said: force reserve colonel, said bly of disorderly men gather- "This stability marked the ne questioned .appointment naiisp between Uovl Washington Senate Turn to Page 6, Col. 2 Blocks Meeting Bill cd into jlation" icnsis. ultimatum-type legis- members want to allow time to e nine Negro chil- m employment and the noi- said commercial air- 1 Republican Leader Everett because of the Berlin for a "cooling-off" period be-tiren who had been "admitted mal spring expansion in eco- lne military and other1 la- to that school. But the men nomic activity." aircraft owners all must de- ifore acting. Los Anscoles A 'for- mer teller at the American ,iect or recommend any result- National Rank of Kau Claire, ing Rodger C Wis was arre.sted Tuesday Ernst assistant secretary of on a chamo of the interim, said in a letter of the bank's lands, to ROIL Henry S. Reus-s i D- The FBI said thev arrested Ricnard Marvin Duesterbeck Reuss iv author of a bill to 29. president of tho Kau Claire establish .in Ice Ago National Junior Chamber of Com- p.irk in that would meree. at a neai by dow nlown intersect-on riemoii'-ti.'ite contmontal gla- hotel where lie bad been liv- Pittsbu .suddenly became a int; two weeks under tin 2 Killed, 76 Hurt as Bus Runs Into Crowd involved had not been named The seasonally adnisted ra- On the FAA. He said he in any injunction order, he tio of unemployment to the hopes Qucsaria will not be ofoarlv Pittsburgh A was snarled on busy dow mown'Smithfiplri street. The victims were rushed to three hospi- ullon said, and this ruled out a con-1 total work force remained at tial to the military or corn- tempt action against them. 6 1 per cent, the same level mercial airlines because Further, he continued, ex- prevailing since Xovember, 'his background. isting laws punishing obstruc-i lions of justice have been so narrowly interpreted by the court that "arrests of mob loaders by federal authorities ciation not now tound in the national park svstcm Me said his bill would per- mit inclusion ol am sections of the 500 miles of meandoi me; and narrow stiips of moraines and other clacinl features in the state into a national park would be precarious and their probably unsuc- cessful." Primary Vote Results in Tonight's Paper Results of the stale su- preme court primary elec- tion are in tonight's Post- Crescent The statewide results are in a story on Pago 1 and the state and Outa- county vote tables are on Patjo A 7. Stories on the vote in other areas will be found elsewhere. Preparations now are underway to cover the spring election on April 7, when a supremo court HIS- tit r- will bo namod. along many local govern- ment officers. appeared f i om Kau Claire in early Fobruarv. He was held in county iail hero under bond pend- ing arraignment. Legislature Clears Way for Construction Of Lake Auditorium name of horror yesterday as a The stunned Robert Uown.s. He was alone bus ,umped a .side- bus driver. Jay and had about in his i o o walk and plowed into a crowd V 1, a n e. was i HMI tho lioiir treated for mi- Duosiorbofk was named m on ing t'u tvt unit; lusn noiu H a complaint tiled in a 'I wo persons w ere k.lled and "O1 f 'in, ,l 01 16 were iniiirod. 4 seriously. then taken to c ,r him v ,tl nk.Mii Tbo Brentw ood Motor Coach tt-" central police Aladison Madison s olrnk led, company bus was approach-! M st a t o n for plan lo build a million ftom tho bank Ho dis- passen. questioning. Frank Lloyd Wright-designed gcr.s at Smithfield street and "Tllere was auditorium on the shore of Forbes avenue when it veered a street oar in Kake Monona had complete out of control The dnxer said' I-ane front of me." legislative sanction today, later that his air brakes fail-'he (old detectives. "The street By a vote of 23-6 the. sen- cd. i car pulled out. Thirty feet ate concurred m an assembly The bus climbed the curb.' from whore 1 was to stop 1 ap- to repeal a 1957 law cut down a fire alarm polo plied my brakes. I was going blocked building the Tiny Nuclear Weapon Announced by AEC its and a street liRht, then tore very slow. structure by limiting ir.lo the crowd and nosed "When I put my foot on the nclgiu 20 feet Washington Rab.v ;lframst a plate glass display brake it wont clear to the Nelson has in- ed niulear weapons for use w Kaufmann's de- floor. T pulled into the curb Boated he will sign the bill by foot soldiers may now bo part of the L. S. ars( n.il. anv elaboration, lhe pl.omptiy- e j-'g', received partment stoic. and tried to snub the bus One of thrtse killed was Sam along the curb and bring it to Hood, 40. a reporter and art a stop. The bus jumped tho 'n atomic energy commission critic for thc Pittsburgh curb and 1 aimed for the disclosed yesterday that it has press Ho was walking hack pole.'' developed or is trying to de-to his office after interviewing Lane was released on ploy velop nuclear weapons with a tho president of the American bond ponding an inquest on a wallop of only one ton of TN P. Bar association, Ross L. Ma- technical charge of man- Such a weapon, only ]one. slaughter. 000 as powerful as the first Also killed was Mrs. Sally Lane was so distraught he anrl atomic bomb dropped on Hiro- Flynn Strait. 54. of nearby was rc-admitted lo a hospital Milwaukee shima. presumably would bo Baldwin She was head cash- shortly after midnight suffer- calls for settlement 01 mun i- rtesienod for infantry use sim-lor at tho Roosevelt hotel ing shook Ton other miured tpal employe disputes a ilar to tho anti-tank bazooka Ambulances wore rushed v ore detained in three hospi- smglp arbitrator, authorized gim. from all parts the city. tals. 'to make a binding decision. in another ac- a bill to outlaw rnunicipal om- k arbltrall0n d.snu'cs compulsory a .iat'lon was intro 'e ,y R Mo duced by Senatois W R Mo- andRicharn Wlrfphotiv Boarded Ho Chi Minh, president of communist-ruled North chats with Indonesian President Ahmed Sukarno at an outdoor party in Tijipanas dur- ing the red leader's state visit to Indonesia. to consider the control bill, dimmed chances of action on the measure. Dirksen said he does not see how the bill can be acted on before the congressional Easter recess. He said the committee is considering 60 Republican amendments and has been handling only about Uvo at each session. The committee began clos- ed door consideration of lhe measure last week. Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass) had ex- pressed hope it could be re- ported out of committee this week and pass thc senate this month. Baseball Nearing So Weather Gets Batter cloudy with chance of a few snow flurries Thursday. No ma- jor temperature changes through Thursday. L o vv readings tonight IB to 28. High Thursday, low to mid- 30s. Outlook for Friday: Snow likely with little change in temperature. Apploton Temperatures for tho 24-hour period end- ing at 9 o'clock this morn- ing: High 30, low 20. Tem- perature at 11 o'clock 34. South w md at six miles per hour. Light snow this morn- ing. Barometer 30 10 inch- es Weather map on Page B-4. Sun sots at 5-54 p m., rises Thursday at a. m.; moon sets at 8.22 p.m. ;

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