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   Post Crescent, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                             APPLETON POST-CRESCENT VOL L No. 13 28 A, B APPLETON-NEENAH-MENASHA, WIS., SATURDAY, MARCH ASSOCIATED FKBSS wmz SERVICE Price Seven Cents See No Surprises In Ike's Monday Report to People Radio, Television Address Will Be Largely 'Educational Effort' Washington P r e s i- dent Eisenhower's report to the nation Monday night on the Berlin situation will con- tain no surprises and set forth no new policies, informed sources predicted today. The talk could be regarded an educational sources said, mainly as fort, the move to put the Berlin situa- ef- in a Editor New President of U. S. Chamber Erwin D. Canham First Newspaperman To Head Group scholar address 'brought reaction to j who the 190Q con day from some members of _, ;_ ,___ U.S. Must Risk War in congress. Sen. George D. Aiken (R- Vt) urged Eisenhower to tell the American people frankly and candidly "if there is a real danger of war" over Ber- lin. Aiken, a member of the senate foreign relations com- mittee, said the people "are asking a lot of questions, and tion into perspective as the I hope the president will clear president sees it. (the air." Eisenhower's decision to goi the air was reported to on the air was reported have been prompted in part by continuing content ions among Democrats in con- gress that the nation's de- fenses are inadequate to meet the situation. 30-Minute Talk The White House announc- ed late Friday the president will speak from his office for 30 minutes over all major tel- ev ision and radio networks itarting at p.m. Monday Eisenhower is expected to 2 Major Union Requests Met Allis-Chalmers to Ban Control Boards, Revise Vacations stress again American deter- Milwaukee The Allis Chalmers M a n u f a c turing stand firmly withjcompany announced Fridaj allies in the face of So-j night that it had agreed t viet pressures. But he alsoltwo major requests by th. yiCOOUlCS, JJ i was reported ready to make'United Auto Workers union in clear his willingness to con Europ Say ept of capitalism is foreign to tie capitalism of today is tak ing over as head of one of th world's largest organization o jusinessmen. He's Erwin D. Canham elected yesterday as pres dent of U. S. Chamber o Jommerce. Canham is bes known as editor of the Chris- tian Science Monitor and as a and TV commentator. "Intensely surprised and deeply the 55-year- old editor said in commenting on his selection by the cham- ber's board of directors. For the chamber, which or- dinarily picks career business-1 men, industrialists or finan-' ciers as its top officer, Can- ham is the first newspaper- man in the big organization's line of 32 presidents. He suc- ceeds St. Louis Banker Wil- liam McDonald, who now be- comes chairman of the cham- ber board. Deep Responsibility "The 1900 concept of capital- ism is a thing very foreign to Stern Stand, Willingness to Fight Will Deter Showdown Over Berlin, Congress Told Russia! Washington can be deterred from showdown at this pre- diets Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, if the United States is determined "to go to war if necessary for Berlin." "We must be willing to go all the way down the Gen. Taylor tension by negotiations to- ward settling the entire Ger- man issue. White House Press Secre- tary James C. Hagerty, ask- ducted in an effort to end a strike at the firm's eight plants. A spokesman for the heavy machinery m a n u f a cturing ed whether any new develop- company said that it had ment in the Berlin situation agreed to eliminate disci- had prompted Eisenhower to speak Monday night, replied "no, sir. pline control boards" at the plants and to grant four weeks of paid vacation to employes 'The" address will be the first! who have worked 25 years or such nationwide report on foreign policy situation since; Burt Foster, of the UAW last Sept. 9 when Eisenhower discussed red China's cam- paign to force Chinese nation- Post-Crescent Richard O. Merholtz, 30, of 1317 W. Frances street, a lathing contractor, was killed about this morning when his car ran underneath a semi-trailer on Highway 41 near the Stroebe Island road. It was the third accident involving the truck and automobiles within 47 minutes and two cars were involved in another, accident when one driver stopped for the first car-truck crash. Three people rid- ing in the cars were hospitalized. Appleton Man Dies Fire Destroys On Fog-Covered 41 Cheese Factory Truck-Car Crash Starts Chain bargaining committee, said elimination of the discipline i control boards has been a alist troops land. C off Quemov is- fundamental union objective. _ i ft ft n ft News that the president had the Monday night Fire Levels Building at University The vacation move, he added, meets the pattern set in other firms. The present maximum vacation is three weeks after 15 years. Foster said that the UAW considered discipline boards as "star chamber proceed- ings" and their existence had been a sore spot for employes. Madison An 8-unit building under construction at a University of Wisconsin married student housing area was destroyed yesterday by fire caused by an exploding gasoline stove. Nelson May Announce Tax Decision Today Of Four Collisions, Fatality Richard O. Merholtz, 30, of the capitalism of Can- ham told reporters after his election. "Business" he said, "has ac- cepted a deep responsibility and accountability to its cus- tomers, its civic neighbors, its workers and its stockholders. "Economic power has been shifting in this country. It Is moving still in the direction of a economic bal- ance is as necessary to eco- nomic freedom as the political balance of power is to political freedom." Burglar, 22, Trapped in Pipe Shop A burglar was trapped early this morning in Pipe Shop, 304 E. College in two other acci- enue, by police. When the near the Same year-old man finally surren-i one at 12-58 a m. and the oth-i livery to the Wisconsin Ren- er about a. m., a company plant nearby minutes before the fatal'and was headed south when 6-..........------- icrash. Two people were hos-'his vehicle and the northbound Eric Smith and Gregory'jtalized by the initial crash Schafhanser car collided. _-fn_ T---------- Investigate Crash Another car following Schaf- hanser, driven by Robert J. 1317 W. Frances street, wasj killed instantly when his car] ran underneath a semi-trailer! truck being backed across fog-shrouded Highway 41 about a. m. today. The truck, driven by P. W. Ziebell, 64, Milwaukee, was was hit in the rear wheel by a car driven north on High- way 41 by James R. Schaf- hanser, 23, 617 W. Cornmer- city street, Schafhanser and a passen- ger, Robert Cottrell, 1008 N. Superior street, were taken to St. Elizabeth hospital by Lin- dy's ambulance. Ziebell had just made a de- jbling that kind of passive re- action." Taylor posed this question! 'Would we go as far as general "In my he contin- ued, "the answer is clear as crystal: Namely, that we must be willing now to make up our minds that we will all the force necessary to se- cure the lives and safety of 24 million Germans to whom we are committed inalterably Firemen Hampered By Fog in Getting to Brillion Plant, Home destroyed the Edward M. Michels cheese factory and home, route 1, says the army chief of staff. "We can't turn back at any point." Taylor advocated this stand in top secret testimony be- !ore the senate watchdog pre- paredness subcommittee. A ifiavily censored transcript of ois remarks was released last night by subcommittee chair- man Lyndon B. Johnson CD- Clear Cut Plans Asked if this country has "clear cut plans to meet the Berlin crisis in any eventual- ity that may confront us, Taylor said: 'The joint chiefs of staff do." Taylor, himself a member of the joint chiefs, expressed conviction the United States and its European allies have the strength to carry out those plans. Recalling Russia's blockade of Berlin back in 1948, Tay- lor testified that many top military leaders now regard hi language that cannot be ______ ___ the army is ready to use nuclear weapons the U.S. mistake. Berlin Force as a if it is to the west's advan- tage at any time President Eisenhower gives the word. Sign Statehood Bill Next Week Governor Calls on President; Looks to Hawaii's Future Washington President Eisenhower will sign the Ha- waiian statehood bill early next week. Presidential Press Secre- tary James C. Hagerty made the announcement today after Gov. William F. Quinn of Ha- waii called on Eisenhower. airlift j.ne Hawaiian govcmut should havelited the White House to thank The Hawaiian governor vis- iued the White House to thank been tried, Taylor said, president on behalf of the Brillion, this morning causing an estimated damage. All equipment and furnishings except a safe were destroyed, i have been a Taylor i _ Fog hampered the Brillion the Russians blocked routes into Berlin. Passive Reaction "Instead we yielded to challenge which may well dered to police he had in change taken from a cash register in the store. _ jjiLcniiiiU. uy LUC ii 11 LI V.A Smith, two Lawrence college involving a car and the semi, students, told police about, and another was hurt in a 2- 3-10 a. m. that glass in the acclu.ent when one driver and Forest Junction fire de- partments answering the alarm at a. m. The ve- hicles were forced to travel no faster than 10 miles an hour. The departments ran out of water during the fight and water had to be hauled from uai cHJUiuciiL wiidi UAAC front door of the shop was stopped for the first accident. Haberkorn, 20, Markesan, Gaylprd broken Four patrolmen.AU the injured are from Ap- stopped suddenly when Hab- rear and erkorn saw the accident. A Madison Gov. Nelson may use a Green Bayjguarded the The stove was being used by forum tonight to announce hisjdoors when one of them saw, workmen in the 2-story on a withholding tax a man running to the rear ing, which was about Wisconsin. j of the store, completed. It was m the Ea- joe Nusbaum, the gov- Brillion through the fog. The smoke was so dense! told the senators. "We will never know to what extent the U.S.S.R. would have gone to maintain the ground blockade by force." As for the new Soviet threat over Berlin, Taylor said: "We should not allow a bluff to force us into a self-imposed blockade or anything resem- The smoke was so dense i firemen were prevented fromj rGGT SprGOuS QS saving any of the i nn cIJVUIll uiicr ui uic XUJL Jerhollz was headed norther following him, driven the factory safe wasl Highway 41 and the trucklThomas R. Malone, 48, 1511 saved. fi ___ Au. A ir _ i_ _1_ J__1 J A rf on rngnway ana me true-in was backing across the high-IS. Memorial drive, Appleton, When the burglar failed to way about a biock south of hit the rear of the Haberkorn i i uie uuigiai iu way about a DIOCK souin 01 gle Heights area where tne ernor's financial advisor, out after police ordered the gtroebe island road. Zie-icar, police said. tar-'him to, patrolmen searched HP innkmjr for a1 A ci 11VJI Ainta iiw i. university has a 500-apartmem veaied that today is proicct underway. _ get date for Nelson oday is the tar-'njm to, patrolmen searched bell sald ne w as iooknig for a I A elson's decision! the building and found Daryl place to turn around. ne had car. -you-go income, E. Meyer. 22. 825 E. Brewster pulled over lo lne side of the N. that since Kel- tret crouched behind aer was Fire Chief Chris Bertelson on a pay.as _ of the Shorewood Hills volun- pian and that since Tsel- street, crouched behind paper teer department said is scheduled to speak inicartons. flames threatened Bay, he may announce' Police found glass in two partially completed apart-] nis decision then. front doors broken and panes a m was pulling on- The governor will address'in two rear doors broken The Michels told Brillion Fire, TttiiUxi Vm A'lanMr- Chief Beilke he discov- to Highway 41 from the Stroe- fighting the blaze. Navy Denies Charge That U. S. Plane Bulled Soviet Ship apart- ment units. These units, like, -j-ne governor win auureas m uvo rear aoors LutmKu to Highway 41 from the Slroe- the one that burned, had an fl banquel at Riverside ball- burglar also had picked up an be lbland road when his truck outside layer of tar paper at 7.30 p.m. concluding armful of magazines, posod !a campaign school for Sixth'dropped them as he fled, po-' Lt. Pete Aspinwall, a Eighth district said. bcr of the department, AUy Gen jonn w poijce Chief Walter J. Hen- ceivrd face and hand burns jReynoids also is scheduled to dricks said Meyer is being speak. held. Police believe he may, The Democratic party have had an accomplice, workers are assembled >n _.... Green Bay for a full day of Admitted Killer Still on such campaign fund-raising, public In Critical Condition ity and precinct Tokyo The U S navy said today it had no informa- Lady Awarded tion on a Sox let report that one of its Planes a Rus- Doctor of Law Degree she threatened to sian trawler off i Washington Joseph'leave him, remained in criti- The Russians sa.d a green of Emmitsburg. Md., cal condition in a Milwaukee plane, identified as awards an honorary'hospital today with a self-.n- to the L S of laws degree to Mrs flicted bullet wound in his Alexander so was he recovers he will It almost clipped the mast hls wlfe lo Km. a fll.bl decree murder An American mitsburg. They planned to.in connection with the .slaying force Eas drive Washington aft- of Mrs Beverly Swan, any green planes, repliedlCr_tne "they do not.' passenger in Malone's Leo Livingston, 45, 204 ________ _ _______ State street, Appleton, also! estimate road and was backing taken to St. Elizabeth's the highway into a side road, i hospital by Lindy's with a, In the first accident at knee injury. ered the blaze when he smell- ed smoke in the boiler room. Chief Beilke made the loss1 rural ground peopie Of the islands for tha part the administration play- ed in pressing for admission of Hawaii as the 50th state. Quinn, who leaves at noon today for Honolulu to be there when notice of presidential approval arrives, said he told the president Hawaii is very conscious of its mission in the middle Pacific. Hub of Pacfic Quinn said Hawaii wishes to perform as a "hub of the Pa- cific" in creating greater un- derstanding between the east and the west and the peoples of Asia "whose friendship we are trying to nourish." Quinn will have 30 days aft- er formal notice of Eisenhow- er's approval to issue an elec- tion proclamation. The pri- mary could be held no less 90 days The fire was burning at n a m stul community last night Winnebago County Police-} men Richard H. Cook and! George C. Sasse, patrolling Russia Attacks Milwaukee (J) Robert Bielmeir, 27, who police said admitted he shot and killed the mother of seven children Story of Army Deserter Told In Heritage Series In 1846, Sgt. John Riley, a member of Gen. Zarhary Taylor's army, deserted to iom the renegade forces f mining with Santa Anna's army m Mexico. Today's "Rest Of American Heri- tfigo" article goes into the reasons for his defection to tho enemy. To find out why a former West Point corps of cadets instructor would decide on such a course, and the ad- vontures that befell him and others of the San Pa- tricios battalion of Mexican army, see Page A-16. when scores of children from the Van Wert school 10 miles north of here became ill with some apparent type of food poisoning. Out of the school population of 210 about 45 youngsters were rushed here to the De- later than 40 days primary. me and London -W- Russia today Theyadvicdbe to pui, again attacked the British- catur -county his truck off the roadway to Greek Turkish independence! has only 36 now of Hiehwav 41 agreement on Cyprus and said ea tne nospnai Zieben started Southgrheyn Sl.it wil. turn the Mediterranean At noon the school had serv- .1 ___ lr f Quinn said he would put the machinery in motion to qual- ify Hawaii for formal admis- sion as soon as possible. But he said he wants to talk with ,._____ and political lead- of both parties in Hawaii issuing his primary j proclamation. cided to return to the render- ing plant to leave his truck into a "powder keg." Izvestia. the Soviet govern- State Department Says eluded deviled eggs lettuce EJjfors Had Right to ed lunch to the children. It in- to leave s ruc because of damag "t the newspaper, sa.d "every1 with mayonnaise dressing and became of damage to the rear Lon-icherry pie. Jnvite Fidel CaStrO About 6 p.m. the hospital across the highway when thereof that we are dealing with cases started pouring in. frm-k was sfdeswincd by a collusion behind the back of; Medical doctors and hospi- car dnven bv Kenneth G the people of Cyprus, against1 tal employes did not speculate irit-i-ianH 9fi "im W Grant their national interests, on what had caused the poi- Kirkland, 26, 1131 Grant mst the inlercslg of sonlng Or how many young- 'sters had been stricken. New York The state Turn to Page 3, Col. 2 peace.' Man on Hawaii Street Will Hardly i Notice Difference of Statehood Volunteers Hold Net as Ezra Stiles, 83, jumps from the fifth floor window of the Jennings Terrace home in Aurora, 111., as fire destroys the 10-year-old 5-story building today. Stiles suffered a broken neck. Citizens helped firemen in rescue operations. Washington The man'--------------------- on the street in Honolulu, Hi- lhe federal !aws lo or Kaunakakai will hardly the rest of the country. notice the difference when Alaska's new senators Hawaii becomes a state. He'll have a big burst patriotic pride, He'll pay the same federal they're spent. Hawaii, still to'pays the territorial also presidentially appointed. When Hawaiians get to elect a their own governor for the congressman have three votes first time under statehood, in the congress on they'll have to pay his salary they're levied, and how alsfl have to pay their state legislators and their federal Society of Newspa- Editors that it "had every to invite" Fidel Castro, Cuban prime minister, to the Lnited States. George W. Healy, Jr., presi- dent of the ASNE and editor of the New Orleans Times- Picayune, yesterday released the text of a wire approving the invitation from R. R. Rubottom, Jr., assistant sec- retary of stale for inter-Amer- ican affairs. Healy said he re- ceived the wire from Rubot- judges, torn March 7. ______ _ paying now. judges. territory, with one voteless They figure it might cost class postage delegate in congress, can ask stamp will still cost four cents. He'll still have to go when a aDOUl u Wnen iu cumr.s his number ccmes up in the lo a vote. That will be changed 'with statehood. It might cost the man on the street draft. Have a Vote ,But if he doesn't like he'll have a vote. He will be able to write taxes he's His first class postage delegate in congress, can ask an average of 75 to 80 cents a for lower can't do person each year. a thing about it when it comes It's Worth It They think it's worth it. There'll be one other change. Hawaii Hawanans will get to vote all .............._ _____ a little age 20. They have to be 21! more in state tax than he had now to vote even in their lim- his to dip up for the territory. ited delegate to con- senators and congressman The federal government now gress arid for territorial legis- and tell them how to vote. ,pays the Hawaii lature. They wrote the change And then in cap federal salary into their proposed state con- things walk into the and expenses It pays the ter- stitution in 1950. Congress, in voting booth and cast his legislators on the t' c. statehood bill, said it was vote for president and vice theory that anything they do OK president of his country. ran vetoed, irrevocably, Alaskans now vote at 19 Hawaii, as a territory, by the federally appointed Each state sets the quahfica- Alaska too, had to obey all governor, or by congress. It tions of its own electors. Today's Weather Pufs People in Fog Wisconsin Increasing cloudiness with snow to- i night m the north and cen- tral portions. Snow dimin- ishing Sunday. Warmer temperatures today with slight dropoff tomorrow. Appleton Temperatures for the 24-hour period end- ing at 9 o'clock: High, 34, low, 13. Temperature at 11 o'clock, 27. South wind at 2 miles per hour. Barome- ter. 29 85 inches. One-half inch of new snow. Sun sets at 5 58 p m., rises Sunday at a.m.; moon sets at 11-13 p m. Brightest star is Sirius. Vis- i b I e planets are Venus, Mars, Saturn, and INEWSPAPERif INEWSPAPERif   

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