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   Post Crescent, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                             APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 12 26 A, B APFLETQN-NEENAH-MENA5HA, WIS., FtlDAY, MAtCH 13, 1959 ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE SERVICE Price Seven Cents 24 Deaths Laid To Snowstorm In Northeast Foot of Snow And New England By The Associated Press 5.Child ren, 2 Adults Die In Maine fire Easton, Maine Sev- I en persons, including fivej children, perished early to-1 day in a fire that destroyed) their 5-room cottage in snow- In of York bound Easton, about 10 miles Irom the Canadian border. The victims were John Her- sey, 41, five of his six chil- A severe mid-March and Carl Lundy, 50, an Ike Seeks Billion in Foreign Aid for 'Survival' storm which hammered the overnight guest of the Her- The children were John, 12; northeast, crippling normal activities and leaving a heavy sevs- death toll, tapered off today. The late winter storm, the Victoria, 8; James, 7; Eliza- worst of the season dumped belh 5 cind 4 more than a foot of snow in wife Christina, 40, d fell during the early morning 13 escaped from the in the extreme northeast as wooden dwell- thtt intense storm moved out by crashing through a into the Atlantic. first floor window. At least 24 deaths were at-' Both suffered from burns. tributed to the storm, which culs lhe face> chesl and earlier had lashed areas in arms and from shock. the midwest. I Drifts Bar HelP Most of the deaths were at4 Snowdrifts as much as four tributed to heart attacks deep on the highways fered while shoveling snow. I prevented help from reaching The storm was indirectly the scene in time. blamed for the deaths this The fire at 2 a.m. brought morning of seven persons in-, cut the community's volun- cluding five children, in a fire leer firefighters, but by the in snow-bound Easton. Maine. itime they crashed their way1 Winds Hamper Crews j through the snowdrifts the1 Huge cleanup jobs confront- victims and home were be- ed the storm-battered sec- yond help. tions but strong winds which An ambulance sent from whipped the heavy snow cov- Presque Isle, 7 miles away, ering into huge drifts slowed was able to maneuver only snow removal operations. itwo miles in two hours be- Falls ranged up to 22 inch- fore it finally bogged down es in New Hampshire and1 completely. Maine. The covering at Cari- Fire trucks sent from Mars bou, Maine, measured 34 Hill, eight miles away, could inches, and was 26 inches at not get through to the scene Rumford. Maine. at all. Only one heavy fire Xew York state, which was truck made it from Presque hit by a covering up to 18 Isle. j inches in some places, was Ironically, Hersey, a for- lashed by strong winds dur- mer professional boxer, was ing the night, especially in a firefighter at Loring eastern areas. Travel in Force base. Limestone. many sections was halted and Maine, 20 miles from his slowed throughout the home. Six deaths were blamed onl Lundy was a laborer in the storm in Xew York. .Presque Isle. Similar conditions were re- Mrs. Dan Lovely, a neigh- ported in many parts of New bor. said she was awakened England, but most roads were by screams in the Hersey res- open and plane flights were idence. scheduled to resume. i She said the house was en- The white covering averag-' veloped in flames as she rani ed up to 10 to 12 inches in outside to help. i B- m J A Afx sections of Pennsylvania and1 Mrs. Lovely gave first aid M Iff Iff resident V9GTS fVieClSU TO After New Jersey and up to 14 inch- to Mrs. Hersey while another W WffVf f U Iff j es in western Maryland. neighbor, Mrs. Charles Da- Cold weather moved into vis, helped Deanna. the only the snow belt and the chilly surviving child. It was Mrs. air dipped southward to the Davis who called the Easton southern tip of Florida. Fire department. Mounties in Raid on Indian Council House Eject Rebels Who Challenged Power Full Amount Needed to Thwart World Conspiracy By Communism, He Says Eisenhower asked con- gress today for in foreign aid. He said the spending is essential to survival in the face of growing communist potential to launch a war of nuclety destruction." In a special message Eisenhower cautioned against Of Governing Body reckless cuts, lest the United States become "the richest nation in the graveyard of history." Brantford, J J The Canadian Mounties raid-i The president said the full amount is urgently needed ed the council house on the to thwart "a fanatic conspiracy of international corn- Six Nations Indian reserve at. oul mumsm which maintains million men under arms in Michigan Bond Plan Defeated '3 a.m. today and drove .rebellious Indians who had about 400 divisions around the world." 'challenged the authority of reservation's elected gov- jerning council. About 50 police in 15 cars I surrounded the building andi swarmed into the council i i chamber, which was packed .with Indians, including some women. The Indians at first refused, [to leave and there were some] clashes. A few Indians suffer-, ed minor injuries. Within 25 minutes the building had been Walter F. airline executive, (wearing lei, left center breaks into impromptu hula dance with Secretary Jean Chu (right AP Wirepbolo foreground) center fore- cleared and the Indians hadi been dispersed. Some police remained in the building the rest of the' ,night but there was no fur- Republican Employes of State May Have To Wait for Pay Lansing, Singling out Russia's drive to force the west out of Berlin, Eisenhower said: "In Europe today the Soviet Union has made de- mands regarding the future of Berlin which, if un- modified, could have perilous consequences. "The r e s o 1 u teness with which we and our allies will meet this issue has come about in large measure be- cause our past programs of Mich. The econormc anci military assis- controlled statejtance to our NATO allies have Airl ground facing McGuire) after they got word congress voted statehood for Hawaii. The dance took place in front of an airline office in downtown Honolulu. Hawaii May Become State In Next 4 to 6 Months ther disturbance. Not Through We will go home for now I but we're not through yet." threat against j Irvine Logan, a spokesman have averted the prospects of j tions, Eisenhower senate today rejected a aided them to stand firm million bond proposal which'in the face of threats." Speaking of the worldwide free na- told the its supporters said would: Mother of 7 Killed, Suspect Wounds Self Rejected Lover Angered Because She Wanted to Return to Husband Second Day of Celebration House Approves It, 323 to 89 BY HARRISON HUMPHRIES ifor the rebellious days for state'legislators: 'told the police. "We'll see employes about May 1 "Two fundamental purposes where you fellows are tomor- c of our collective defense ef- row morning. .fort are to prevent general Hereditary chiefs of the six Republican spokesman, and to deter communist tribes making up the Iroquois newsmen Republicans were local aggression, confederacy took over the unwilling to "start down thej "We know the enormous and council house last week and cndless road defieit financi growing communist potential announced they had supplant- to launch a war of nuclear ed the elected council as the lnf; 0 .'destruction and their willing- governing body of the 30.000- Democrat Sen Philip to use thjs power as a acre reservation west of To- rePl'ed ,that RePubllc.ansi threat to the free world, ronto and Buffalo. want payless pay days and toj ..We know that even The chiefs have been feud- he 8overnor Democrat ;local aggreSsiOnS, unless with the Canadian gov- G' checked, could absorb nation jS because of an engagement to with lhe Canadian gov- a- snpak m Wismnsm. .ernment over long standing Indian land claims and Otla- He Washington The Ha- speak ln Wisconsin. wanted "to crucify Honolulu Happy iwaiian islands will become President Eisenhower gets Ha- the nation's fiftieth state with- the bill today. His approval wa s some inbal cusloms. Youth Dies After He said lhe GOP afler nation into the commun- the gov- ist orbjt _ or CQuld {lame ernor and nothing else world war. The senate adjourned until Previous Cuts Monday night after rejecting the million bond idea. Spokesmen for both parties waiians cranked up a second in_lhe year' tv, certa'n- Presidential Sec. Congress answered the ter- James C. Hagerty said the round of celebrations today for ritory-s half-century of plead- president is delighted. their newly acquired slale- ing for statehood yesterday In four to six months Ha- rj K. Fifth of Whisk v 'agreed it was unlikely any, aesressjorl or iocai attack hood a resounding 323-89 vole waii could be a full partner wwinaivy cornpronljse couid be worked Qn the common defense Disreeardmg Fridav the in the house- The ienale as'in the Union. H will take thai1 Kansas City, Mo. A out in time to get it beforelcffort established under OUP 6 sented a day earlier with a long to set up elections for the 17-year-old boy died Thurs- the volers on lhe April 6 state 13th, they planned a 5-hour 76_13 vote nearly 600.000 people lo day nighl afler making a eleclion ballol. show at Honolulu sladium fea- Members of lhe Wisconsin choose their first state offic- wager he could drink a fifth! Income Tax Proposed turing Hollywood Milwaukee old mother of 7 children was shot to death on the early today by a rejected male friend who told po- lice he was angry because she wanted to _ _ _ __ _ dancers. knocked on the door and heard' n ers and 200 grass-skirted hula entertain- house delegation did not cast ers. their two U. S. senators of whisky a dissenting vote against the and one representative in the minutes. in less than fivej Republicans and Demo- icrats have argued for weeks house. Hawaii will qualify for Jess C Lea, Jr., died a few over ways of solving the "The protection of the free world against the threat or the reality of Soviet nuclear security agree- collective tnents." The sum requested by the was a holiday again ccpt Rep. Mclvin R. Laird, i960 census. a shot. They broke in the door1 throughout the islands just as Marshfield, who was absent stipctancj found Bielmeier. He had ;t vvas yesterday when con- a bullet wound in lhe head. grcss volcd long-awaited Surgery Delective Capl. John Zilavy slatehood for the territory. said lhe en route lo the hospit- The big stadium show, with for 'Blue Baby' al Bielmeier told officers he expected, vvas sel for 1 had shot Mrs. Swan afler she p. rn. told him she no longer loved 50-Gun Salute Time Limit Set There is a maximum time had made the bet. president in precise figures is about million less than he sought .last year. It would continue body was found in the car of.is approaching million. massive military-economic as- 1 another youth with whom he I The Republicans suggested1 All for statehood ex-a second house seat after the hours after the incident. His state's financial deficit, which jast (a 1 per cent increase in the sistance to some 70 friendly nations into a thirteenth con- schedule set out in the state Marion Beeler. acting chief state's current 3 per cent sales, secutjve postwar year. constitution which the people of police at suburban Ray- tax as a means of increasing! EJsenhower's foreign aid re- of Hawaii, tired of waiting.'town, said Harold L. Barber, [revenues. Gov. Williams have been cut sharply Chicago David Stew- art. 29-month-old "blue him and planned a reconciha- The day's program also call- who underwent a 4-hour oper- adopted in 1950. The maxi- 20. and James H. Yates, 22, mum is 160 days between the related they had accepted date the president signs the Lea's bet. bill and the date of the gen- eral election. The actual time return lo her _____ ____ estranged bus- with'her husband. ,ed for religious thanksgu me could be lcss' band. Started Divorce Suit serv ice in Honolulu and .a big U5"   loward economic inlegration of Central America and crea- lion of a common market Spring 8 OoyS Away, Agree on Efforts For Common Market In Central America Vow is the tune 1o start planning needed home im- provements for spring and .summer The Post Cres- cent building pages today and everv Friday have down in application of electric tcrvmg with the army in Cal- poucr for productive pur- ,fornia al the turn of the cen poses tury. Another resolution adopted lie said he w as innocrnt but by the convention said the fed eould not prove u at the timr eral gov eminent's progress in and was dishonorably extending telephone service to charged from scattered rural areas was two years in prison seriously lagging. ,for the theft. ev ery suggestions, money saving plans and informa- tion on (iirrcnt building trend- Consult them for brlp m nvkine nomo. IT PI a '-non i u j r m !n< h live. In a joint .statement as Lemus concluded a 3-day visit here, the two presidents' reported they also had discus- sed proposals lo eslablish a bank for inter-American de- cclopmcnl. They agree ihere is need "to acl in support of sound plans'1 to create such an institution. Eisenhower and Lemus1 said the United Slates and Kl Salvador "continue lo stand shoulder to shoulder with those nations of the world" acting in defense of democracy and individual rights. army after adoptpd after Alaska became the 49th state has seven rows of seven stars each, irt rti-i trips will "oni nil" aiiivc A presidential commission will have to pick the new design. AF Hero's One Idea of How the new flag may look with the addition of Hawaii as the 50th state. This version has eight stars in the middle row. The new flag nil ront-mie I for peace and justice. More Snow cloudy with occasional light snow1 in the north and a few show- ers or snow flurries in the south. Partly cloudy and cold tonight. Chance of scattered snow flurries Sat- urday. Appleton for the 24-hour period end- ing at 9 o'clock: High, 34, low, 12 Temperature at 11 o'clock, 28. South wind at 8 miles per hour and Mght snow. Barometer, 29.85 inches. Weather map on Pago A-10. Sun sets at 5.56 p.m., Saturday at s m.J moon sets at 10; IS p.m.   

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