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   Post Crescent, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                             APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 11 56 A, B, C, D APPLETON-NEENAH-MENASHA, WIS., THURSDAY, MARCH ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE SERVICE Price Seven Cents Gov. Williams Urges Boost in Debt Ceiling Michigan Chief Striving to Ease Financial Crisis BY ROGER .LANE Lansing-, Mich. Dem- ocratic Gov. G. Mennen Wil- liams today appealed to the Republican dominated state senate to approve an increase in Michigan's borrowing ceil- ing to million ,in an effor flee fo Meef Macmillan to ease the crisis. state's financia The proposal to increase the bonded debt ceiling from to the multi-million dollar figure passed in the state house yesterday on its third try. Speedy senate ap proval is necessary if the pro posal is to be put on the April 6 state election ballot in the form of a required constitu- tional amendment. Other Proposals The higher debt ceiling is one of several proposals have been advanced to ease Michigan's financial pinch in the face of a mounting state deficit expected to reach At His Lodge Washington President Eisenhower and Britain's Prime Minister Macmillan will go to a secluded moun- tain lodge for their initial talks starting March 20 on the Berlin crisis. The sessions will be at Eis- enhower's retreat in the Ca- toctin mountains near Thur- mont, Md. Announcing this, today, the White House said the presi dent and Macmillan probably will be at the lodge for at least three days through March 22. This would be a long week end Friday, Saturday and Sunday. May Stay Longer Press Secretary James C Hagerty said that does no necessarily mean the talk will last only three days. Hagerty left open the possi bility of a longer stay at the rustic lodge, or continuation -of the talks in Washington o: million by June 30. Ad- ministrative officials say the 350 million must be raised to enable the state to meet cur- rent operational expenses un- til the legislature can enact new tax legislation. Money raised through the higher borrowing limit will be used to meet state payrolls, aid to welfare recipients and payments to contractors. Other proposals advanced elsewhere. In response to a question Hagerty said Eisenhower i hopeful that Sec. of State Dul les, still in a hospital for ra diation treatment for cancer will be able to participate i: some of the Anglo-America talks. There was House Expected to Vote Hawaii Statehood Today Set For Improving High Cliff Park State Commission Releases Funds for Boat Landing Poii-Oreicent Madison Bnreau major improve- ment program" for High Cliff! State Forest park on the northeastern shore of Lake Winnebago was assured this morning as the state conserva- tion commission released] no word for worth of new roads, parking lots and Senate Backs Bill, 76-15; Islands May Elect in Time For This Congress Session the senate passed bill which had 56 co-sponsors. House approval of a con- forming measure would send the bill directly to President Eisenhower. His signature would pave the way for first the mid-Pacific islands. The state elections in time to seat Washing ton house was geared today to take 'final congressional ac- tion to make Hawaii the fifti- eth state. The senate voted 76-15 last night in favor of statehood for vote came after only one day of debate. Both Wiscon- sin senators voted for pass- age. The sponsor of the two Hawaii senators and one representative in the house io this session of congress. House Speaker Sam Ray- house burn (D-Texas) today swung bill, Chairman Leo W. O'-his powerful support to the Brien (D-NY) of the house .Hawaii statehood bill. territories subcommittee, said he was prepared to amend his measure to conform exactly ther Dulles, who has been Turn to Page 14, Col. i hospitalized since Feb. 10, would be able to travel to the the construction of a boat Catoctin mountain lodge. Last [landing. weekend Dulles left the hospi- tal for brief automobile rides in Washington parks. Eisenhower's lodge, situat- ed about 65 Washington, miles north is known of as Camp David. It wa-s named by the president for both his fa- ther and his 10-year-old At the same time state for- ests and parks officers an- nounced they intend to have a full-time manager assigned to the park to supervise its use, beginning this spring. Dock to Cost Most of the improvement money comes from the state AC Legislators Whoop It Up after the senate voted to make Hawaii the 50th state on a roll call vote of 76 to 15. Left to right: Sen. James E. Murray John Burns, delegate from Hawaii; Dolores Martin, Democratic national committee- woman from Honolulu; Sen. Henry. M. Jackson floor leader on the bill; Hawaii Gov. William F. Quinn and Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel Macmillan Asks West For Elastic Position Stresses Unity but Sees Need For Flexibility on Berlin Crisis grandson, David Eisenhower, highway fund and will be used to build new blacktop roads within the recreational area. Conservation department offi- cials doubted the town roads now serving the neighborhood will be adequate to handle traffic that will be generated as the park area is improved and becomes more heavily used. Included in the road pro- gram will be a new bridge across a creek within the park. There will be blacktop pav- Bonn British Prime Minister Macmillan flew into Bonn today to see West Ger- man Chancellor Adenauer and said the west must adopt an clastic position in trying to meet the Soviet challenge to Bcrlm. marched out to East Berlin's Stalinallee to wave farewell as the Soviet premier's con- voy passed en route to the airport. Macmillan's visit- to Ade- nauer was his second stop on a swing around the major al- North Central Goes to Court To Assure Fox Cities Service 2 Bombings in Textile Strike Home of Worker, Auto of Another Are Damaged Henderson, N. C. Vio- ;nce has erupted again in a Litigation May Cause Long Delay North Central Airlines taken legal action to eliminate neapolis-Chicago route which includes stops in the Fox Ci- ties, Marshfield and Eau Claire. North Central on Jan. 9 fil- ed a petition with the CAB, for reconsideration be- ing also for the parking area Claire and Marnhfieldj _.. j ii-_i ir, tlio Kriat! __ in-iu and -that adjacent to the boati landing. The boat dock will be fi- nanced largely through a gift of from the High Cliff Forest Park association, a private group. The cornmis- stops in giving Minneapolis-to- Chicago air service to the Fox When the CAB turned down the reconsideration petition, Cities at Outagarrue county'North Central appealed to the airport. Coupled with a delay in civil aeronautics board approval of "We all stand together, but iied capitals to discuss west- Jn the methods of defense weiern policy in the light of his must remain Mac-j talks with Khrushchev in Mos- millan told newsmen at theiCOw. The Briton met with airport. The British prime minister President De Gaulle and Pre- Michel Debre in Paris arrived half an hour after this week and goes viet Premier Khrushchev tookjnext week to Washington. Macmillan remarked today sion agreed it will airline's request to serve to meet the construction j the FQX citjes by way o{ an budget. existing Green Bay route, the Roman Koenings. head of the state park system, said the boat landing will be the most United States court of ap- peals in Washington, D. C. At the same time, it asked the CAB for permission to one or shore of the lake and will be heavily used. At some future time, he said, the state hopes to provide a yacht basin delay in start of service, North the north Central says Seek Drive Members of William H. Pi- fcr's chamber of commerce Turn to Page 2, Col. 2 President Gets Bill to Extend Draft for 4 Years off Berlin for Mos- cow. During eight days the west is "still a long Kast Germany he had plug- Way from our goal'' of find- gcd as hard as ever for a Ger-iing means of countering the man peace treaty and threat to West Berlin _ I hims-elf still determined to He stressed that the west re- jYllSUSG Ql rUnuS vM-est AVest Berlin from "resolute and firm on Hayana Prime Minis the neighborhood. Cuba Acts to inlairport committee, meetmgj Washington Wednesday afternoon, acted _ extending the _ Legisla- Citizens Ask Approval of Airline Plea A request to the civil aero nautics board to start air service to the Fox Cities at the Outagamie county a i r p o r April 26, is being sent CAB Chairman James R. Durfee today after a meeting of citi zens, county board airpot" committeemen, Appleton Tax payers' association member and chamber of commerce airport committeemen Wed nesday night. The informal group voted t send the request for temper ary North Central airline authority and to ask Durfe and some of his experts t meet with the group on Ion range needs for an adequat airport for the Fox Cities. draft law1 Gordon Bubolz, in whose o titjil L. 14 UJ- promptly on an airline sugges-jfour years was sped to presi.lfjce the meeting was held tionto "utilize every means j dejjt Eisenhower today by the sajd t d the comrnlttee in available to convey their, house i with CAR Qff feelings to the CAB m Uash-i Ry yoice vote and withouticiaiSi state aeronautical corr allies. Groups of workers iour principles.'' greeted Macmil- ington Govern ment. industrial, Yachts" re-, business and civic leaders will People's Forum Give Readers' Points of View .j aid. debate, the house approved a mission experts, North Cen senate amendment to a bill tral officials and any interes citizens to determine jus ForVi Secretary i volullonary government plans'be contacted, members saia. month amendment dealt what improvements are nee Hgjstronger measures for the notify of ox the pgy of doctors anci essary at the present count J r serv-airport. No date for the mee ing was set. Selwyn Lloyd heartily. said the exchange of views misuse of public funds, in- "among friends is necessary in view of the way the inter- eluding the death penalty. Castro made the announce- ment last night at a giant rally in Santiago, his old rebel Cities desire for air service as soon .as possible. The situation: dentists m the armed ices. The senate passed 90-1 yes-' Alvin Fulcer, chairman o North Central to serve a Min- Almost People's every day, Forum on Post- Crescent editorial disapproved carries letters from national situation has devel- Macmillan was likely to headquarters m eastern Cuba "nd fMce of Macmillan'sSeta's reeime stole millions litter, 17-week old textile trike. After a 2-day lull, separate ixplosions last night dam aged the home of Sarn Harris and an automobile owned by Marcus Davis. Nobody was hurt. Both men are among work ers operating Harriet lenderson cotton mills here on a limited basis. Hole in Floor Workers arriving at the mills today encountered a few catcalls. Police said a few handsful of roofing nails wen ;ossed in the paths of automo siles. A mediator meanwhile call- ed another meeting today of The CAB on Dec. 9 a blu extending thclthe county board, said he ap related of the committee idea, programs "One mistake the the !lor m It is the Fox Cities' soap- box, the place where views differ from or substantiate those of public officials and private individuals. For a view of public opinions, read the People's Forum every night. And jou might to give your neighbors your view- points, too. trip to Moscow, fearing it (would give the impression to Kremlin leaders that the west- ern powers were or divided on the Berlin issue. ot dollars m public funds. Hearing Set tor April o _W- T h e draft and manpower '.luly 1, 1963. Only Sen. William Langer who has opposed the series of draft act extensions j since World war II, voted against it. The only senate change in! were Turn to Page 2, Col. 7 Prosecution Halted By Restraining Order 'lice Chief Bruce Weatherly's'the bill previously passed by1 of a 17-year-old Mauston girl the mill management and the Textile Workers union of America in an effort to end the strike. Harris said he was watch- ing television in the living room of his home when the explosion "blew a hole in the kitchen floor." Harris said dynamite or a bomb had been "thrown un- der the backside of the house. Move to Prohibit Society's Hospital Insurance Madison A bill to prohibit the State Medical So- ciety of Wisconsin from sell- ing hospital insurance was in- troduced in the assembly to- day. It was offered by three Democrats and two Republi- cans on behalf of the Associ- ated Hospital Services, Inc., the corporate name of Blue Cross of Wisconsin. It would prohibit the socie- ty from selling hospital insur- He said the territory de- serves membership in the un- on. My congratulations to Ha- Rayburn said. I opposed this bill in the past when I felt Hawaii was not ready for statehood. Now, however, the situation has changed and I welcome state- iood fiecause the territory de- serves membership in the un- on and will be an asset to the United States." Any variance between house and senate versions of the bill would require senate house conferences and subsequent votes of concurrence. Hawaii Celebrates Rep. John R. Saylor (R- Pa) pressed for an amend- ment to give Hawaii two house members. He said Ha- waii, with about popu- lation, is entitled to two rep- resentatives under the ap- portionment formula adopted by congress in 1941. Gov. William F. Quinn, who appears destined to be the last presidentially appoint- ed administrator of the terri- tory of Hawaii, arrived in Washington by air last night too late to witness the senate vote. At an impromptu celebra- tion in the old supreme court chamber of the capitol, Quinn thanked senate leaders for their votev of confidence in Hawaii's people. he said, "has a destiny in the Pacific and a mission to accomplish. We are conscious of that mission and will do our utmost to car- ry it out." News of the senate vote at mid- greeted with joy. The Honolulu Star- reached the islands afternoon and was ance under what is known as rider" Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 Ito 1 had ally. Four Thirteen on "misconduct charg- the house was a 4-year exten-. on a first degree murder1 its "hospital expense es for April 6. sion of the extra pay for phy-charge m the slaying of her lo its Wisconsin Physicians jLdis int- Thc hcarnlg had been set for sicians. dentists and other parents was halted today byl Service Surgical and Medical 6 Feb 28 but v, as postponed, medical specialists. 'a restraining order issued byicare plan. v.-hen Weatherly's physicians' Doctors and dentists get Circuit Judge Bruce Beilfuss The society started selling more Batista follow- in for- said he was not in condition to a month extra the first two Counsel for Elizabeth Jane hospital insurance in 1958 aft- 42. Raymond G. Hoier, route 1, Hortonville. (Story on Page B-10 ere given appear because of injuries suf-'years of military service, Dakin appealed Juneau Coun-, er terminating its contract the Castro'ferod in a truck-car crash Jan.1 extra for 2 to 6 years, S200 ex- ty Judge William R. Curran's with Blue Cross, which had chief tra from 6 to 10 and after refusal to return the case tojpreviously been its contract safe conducts by government and left by plane 18. Charges the last night for exile. Igrew out of the collision 110 years. juvenile jurisdiction. 'agent. Turn to Page 14, Col. 2 Don't Put Away Your Snow Just Yet Wisconsin Increasing cloudiness tonight with snow spreading into north- west portion of state. Snow expected to overspread en- tire state by Friday eve- ning. Sligthly moderating temperatures. Lows tonight generally in the 20s. Highs Friday in the 30s. Outlook for Friday: Partly cloudy and a little cooler. Appleton Temperatures for the 24-hour period end- ing at 9 o'clock: High 35, low 17. Temperature at 10 o'clock 29. Barometer 29.94 inches. Weather map on Page B-6. Sun sets at p.m., rises Friday at a m.; moon sets at p.m. Prominent star is Procyon. Visible planets are Mer- cury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. These Portraits, All of Former members of the United States senate, are in the group of five men selected as the outstanding memtwn of Uw upptt chamber. The portraits will be unveiled today in the senate reception room where they will hang. They are, left to right, Robert A. Taft of Ohio; Henry Clay of Kentucky; Robert M. LaFollette, Sr., of Wisconsin; John C. Calhoun of South Carolina, and Daniel Web- ster of Massachusetts. The selection of the five men was made by a senate committee established- by 84th congress. Historians and political helped name tht outstanding senators. 'WSPAPERl NEWSPAPER!   

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