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Post Crescent, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL L No. 16 48 A, B, C.D APnETON-NEENAH-MENASHA, WIS., WEDNESDAY, MARCH WXRB Price Seven Cents AT Mounted Patrolman Robert Feulner hits the New York pavement as his skittish mount falls after catching its hoof in a manhole cover. The incident took place just before the start of Tuesday's St. Patrick's day parade. Saint Patrick be praised and Feulner was uninjured and took his place with the finest in the big parade. Eisenhower Signs Bill To Make Hawaii State Khrushchev Can't Succeed in Plan To Panic West Foreign Ministers Meeting Could Mean Fresh Start in Germany Macmillan Urges Negotiation Need Stresses Firm Principles m Arrival in Canada Upoi Ottawa Prime Minis- ter Macmillan on his way to talks with President Eisen- hower today urged the western powers to form a united policy on Germany based on "firm principles combined with readiness to negotiate." Russians at the foreign minis. Macmillan arrived by plane ters meeting. from London. Before leaving! Macmillan was reported tomorrow for Washington D t h p up" in Eisenhower's of conferences he has carried on with Khrushchev, French President De Gaulle and West German Chancellor Adenauer. His aim is to work out a uni- fied strategy and proposals with which to approach the Diefenbaker and other Cana- dian officials on his Berlin crisis talks in Moscow with! Soviet Premier Khrushchev. Talks Necessary Macmillan plans to see ail- Ing U. S. Sec. of State Dulles atjotners broadcast: 1. American readiness to take part in a summit parley if such a meeting is justified. 2. U.S. willingness to "listen to new ideas and. .to present Walter Reed hospital before he meets with Eisenhower. Diefenbaker ,and other offi- cials were on hand to greet Macmillan, who led off his re- marks with a tribute to Cana- dian Foreign Sec. Sidney Smith, who died unexpectedly! yesterday. The British government, leader said it was generally' accepted that east-west nego-j tiations on Germany must; take place this summer. Speaking first in English and switching later to French, Macmillan said he went to Moscow to feel out the ground, and he believed he had attain- td success. The British Deader, accom- panied by Foreign Minister Selwyn Lloyd, hopes to con- vince Eisenhower that a sum- mit meeting with Soviet Pre- mier Khrushchev can solve the explosive Berlin situation without shooting. Climax of Talks 3. U.S. resolve to distinguish between negotiations and ap- peasement. Assembly Group For Million Veterans Bonus Madison The as- sembly veterans and mili- tary affairs committee rec- ommended passage Wed- nesday of a vet- erans bonus bill. The Democrats control the committee, 5-4, but with two members absent to at- tend other hearings, the Re- publicans voted 4-3 for pass- ape. Democrats favor an inter- im study of the veterans bonus plan by the legisla- tive council because of the nigh price tag: on the bill. It would authorize pay- ment of a bonus up to to an estimated vet- erans of World war H and the Korean war. The bill now goes to the joint committee on finance which also is controleld by Democrats. BY HARRY S. TRUMAN I hope that Khrushchev is beginning to realize he cannot succeed in his current cam- paign to panic the west. I f Khrush- kia in violation of the Potsdam and Yalta treaties. No amount of high-handed Parolee Held In Kidnaping At La Crosse Victim Tips Off Filling Station Worker in St. Pajl La Crosse A parolee whom Police Chief George Long said had sought vainly to kindle a romantic interest diplomacy by Khrushchev can in a La Crosse woman burst hide the wanton violation of into her home Tuesday night, mneav want iand Yalta to guarantee the want peace peoples of occupied na- and they know it. Truman Khrushchev may claim, did not grow out of Berlin and Germany, and, therefore, problems affecting and- in- volving Berlin and Germany should not now be permitted to develop into a serious threat to the peace. The cold war grew out of the fact that Rus- sia refused to stand by agree- ments made at Yalta and Potsdam. Khrushchev's d i p 1 omatic tactics and his sudden and calculated shifts- of position are intended to confuse and divide us from our allies un- der the NATO, treaty and to divert world attention from the Soviet Union's military oc- cupation of her neighbors. The Kremlin's expressed concern over the allied oc- cupation of West Berlin is sheer mockery in the face of the continued occupation by the Soviets of East Ber- lin, East Germany, Hun- gary, Poland, Rumania, Bulgaria and Czechoslova- the solemn agreements her husband and at gunpoint to drive him away in his car. The convict, paroled from prison at Waupun only Tues- day morning, was apprehend- ed at St. Paul, Minn., when his captive passed word to a filling station attendant. Chief Long said the FBI informed him the convict would face a peace is easily tions the rlght of frefi ,flectiolls a t t a nf nt and of governments of their own choosing. T h e e p i d Our of Confexf war, whatever Let us not permit Khrush- chev to take the problems of Turn to Page 8, Col. 1 Vote Cut in Fund Measure Committee Favors 1 Per Cent Less For Departments mer Cecelia Weisbecker, a Washington The grade school classmate, Mrs. Proclamation to Wait Until Voters Approve Terms of Admission Elsenhower today ed the bill to make Hawaii the fiftieth state. With the bill's signing, Hawaii could, by fart action, get officially into the Union by next July. Thli would be in time to send members to the present ses- sion of congress. October is more likely, however. It took six months to add Alaska's forty-ninth star to the flag on Jan. 3. Eisenhower said it gave him great satisfaction to sign the measure. He recalled that he had been urging state- hood for Hawaii since he became president, and added: "Under this legislation, the citizens of Hawaii will soon decide whether their islands shall become our fiftieth state. In so doing, they will demonstrate anew to the world the vitality of the principles of freedom and self determination the principles upon which this nation was founded 172 years ago." Uses 9 Pens The president signed the bill UAR Accused Of Attacks Pravda Blames Nasser for Plot Against Kassem Moscow Pravda in the presence of newsmen. kidnaping charge under the Lindbergh law. Chief Long identified the convict as 24-year-old William "Bucky" Birnbaum of La Moscow Pravda to- Crosse. The kidnap victim' day accused the leaders and! He was Paul Scott, 26, a bus andLress of the United Ar__ R_ lWe usecl nme pens cab driver press 01 tne united Arab Ke- hB .i Birnbaum was sentenced to prison in March, 1955, on a charge of breaking arid enter- ing. Wrote to Woman public of making "unfriendly and unobjective attacks" on Iraq and its government. he had finished signing the various documents, the pres- ident handed one of the pens The police chief said that communist party paper echo- while Birnbaum was in prison' ed Premier Khrushchev's he wrote Mrs. Scott, the for- comments March 16 sidingi to Frank Hewlett, correspond- In a front page editorial the ent of the Honolulu star Bul- ate the treasury and post of- de-pSSent. and T court for year starting Lon8 said> Birnbaum entered the Scott home, beat Scott die East." with his fists, pointed a gun at Defends Military Aid Goal Twining Sees Threat to Defense in Fund Cut icennecfy Will Speak in ut.ld_to_pay raises voted Stephen, iyears-old, and Appieton April 17 house appropriations commit- tee today made a nominal cut Scott, however, refused to an- swer his letters and Birnbaum of slightly more than 1 per wrote to her mother asking cent in the first big money her to try and get her daugh- bill affecting President to correspond with him. enhower's 1960 budget. It recommended, subject to later house action, total newi------ funds of to But it was a one-sided ro- mance, the chief said. Mrs. Scott told Long she hadn't Birnbaum since they were in seventh grade. with Iraqi Premier Abde Kar'im Kassem in his grow- ing feud with U.A.R, Presi- dent Nasser. Showdown Fight Pravda said the U.A.R. at- tacks on Kassem were "prof- itable only to imperialist cir- cles stilL dreaming of sub- verting the unanimity of the Arab states and returning to their old positions in the Mid- This 230.000 less but company him out of the house. more than cur- rent year appropriations. Horrified, Mrs. Scott watch- ed Birnbaum beat her bus- nate all modernization and force improvement needed to accomplish the military as- sistance program force objec- tives." Rep. Wayne L. Hays (D- I Most of the boost was The Scott's two chil- summer. Fewer Employes Post-Crescent Madison Bureau Madison Sen. John Ken- The post office called police. chair- man of the joint chiefs of staff told congress today any cut in military foreign aid would kill hopes of modernizing and improving friendly forces re- ceiving assistance. Gen. Nathan F. Twining v-m onuuiii uc w trurwtnvj o t-cij T urged the nouse foreign af- tjoncd about what kind of war! He will speak at 7 p.m. in Over-all effect of the com- David, 1, were asleep in an- other room. Mrs. Scott, who The paper declared that the Iraqi people could "count upon their true disinterested friends for help." In Damascus, the U.A.R.'s semi official Middle East News agency said Khrush- chev had opened a showdown battle between Arab national- The treasury's share of the is expecting another child, ism and tn communist total is It sought telephoned her mother who! tne nedy (D-Mass.) will land at department was allotted Austin Straubel field in Green a reduction of Cast TO Cabinet Plans East." i JtO Officials in Washington ex-i000i000 miiitary component, pressed belief Eisenhower's Sec. of Defense Neil H. Mc- speech Monday, conditionallyiElroy joined in support of lhe endorsing a summit meeting, Ohio) said in advance of the'Bay April 11 and speak in from its request.1- _.. _ hearing that he felt the that night during a The tax court was given the tUDon film inQUStry tense chiefs should be ques- weekend stay in Wisconsin, entire it requested. Fidel fairs committee tn annrnve Uoned wllat kind of war' He wil1 speak at 7 p'm> in effect of the com- Castro's cabinet today took. President Eisenhower', S3 the United States would fi8htlst- pius x Parish hal1- About mlttfe s action is to provide the first step to launch a movie 9301 000 000 !W' ,if the Berlin crisis exploded. 500 people are expected to at- employment in the t h r e eiindustry in Cuba o e gn am pro-, Hays a committee mem-tend the public meeting, ac- agencies for people in-j The cabinet in another post- gram, specifically its proposal, saying "it would be tion the military officials "to clarify President Eisenhow- er's apparent statement that would Want Cash for Bank, Monetary Funds to Come Out of Budget Washington The sen- ate foreign relations commlt- ,tee. approving more U. S. rridnight session decreed a funds for the world bank and letin, and another to Lorrin P. Tnurston, publisher of Honolulu Advertisers and chairman of the Hawaiian statehood commission. He also gave Thurston pen for the commission. The Geographic Center Stays in 5. Dakota Washington The en- try of Hawaii as a state is moving the geographic cen- ter of the United States six: miles but it will remain in Butte county, S. D. The coast and geodetic survey announced today the new center is six miles west southwest of its old location. It's now about 17 miles west of Castle Rock, S. D. The center was moved last July when Alaskan statehood was voted. other pens were reserved for later distribution, including one for the government ar- chives in Washington. Immediately after the sign- ing, Eisenhower notified Gov. William F. Quinn of Hawaii by cable. Quinn has 30 days in had greatly improved the at- mosphere for j.he talks with the program because of ln president latcd instances of waste and Macmillan. The ground Hays said this statement at tn a tnn IPVO! monfinci rr- Y- to a top level meeting inefficiency, representing a Jan Eisenhower news confer- coimled with earlier ad- couplea wltn earller aa In the if n fr.T-r.Jrrn 11 I, i elite, uuupieu wiui earner au- in the summer if a foreign small percentage of the to- ministration that m n r-nnforonr-n nn ministration statements tnat kasky, chairman of the Out- ed. Current average employ- ]aw setting up a "Cuban Insti- agamie County Democratic, ment is tute of Artg of the Cinema In_ party. I There was no reduction in dustry.., it will put out films The tentative schedule for funds requested by the secret government aid the Fox valley portion of Ken- service for additional agents Cuba now gets u 15 Euro- nedy's swing through the to help protect the ean and Latin-American state was announced here by ;j j _ d d mem- international monetary fund, an election to and has specified they are to come out of next year s budget. The action, by unanimous vote yesterday, would wreck President Eisenhower s mine candidates to be elected Also Sends Letter A letter duplicating the I the United States would not ministers' conference on Ger- tal many proposed for mid-May, Points to Formosa gives promise that the govern-' McElroy said a "dramatic ballistic miss e mi ment heads can agree on any-illustration" of the value of taken as a blank check Janesville, and Shcboygan. T-, thoir imovies. There has been somejof a balanced budget for KeSy Large July I. also is expected to make million for the internal stops in Milwaukee. Madison, revenue service and mil- ,IJ L Ut- _______-it _ ____i 1 cf CTII a vH Patrick Lucey, state cratic chairman. tJlinK- (mutual aid was the nationalist for the coast guard. Turned down flatly "I don't think the president! Kennedy, one of the front turned down flatly was a Macmillan's visit to fighting off of com- mcant lhat Havs said "but runners for the 1960 Demo- Post office request for S2J mil- hower will climax the series munist air attacks on Que- jt seems to' me ne may wen cratic presidential nomina- Iion to purchase stream- moy. If the nationalist forces bo misiinderstood by (Soviet tion, last was in the Fox val- lincd two-cylinder mailsters. had not been able to defend Xikita) Khrushchev ley when he campaigned for These are little vehicles used themselves, he said, thjnk it would be very dan. Sen William Proxmire dur- hy carriers with long dis- Quemoy would have been lost gerous to leave things as con ing the special 1957 senatorial tances between stops. The It's on to Madison Today For Kimberly It's on to Madison today for the Kimberly Paper- makers and all sports eyes In the Fox Cities are on the big team from the smallest of the eight schools in the state high school basket- ball tournament. Besides their geographi- cal favorites, Fox Cities area basketball fans (and who isn't one will be watching the efforts of Green Bay West and She- boygan Central, two repre- sentatives of the powerful Fox River Valley confer- ence. For colorful features on how Kimberly people feel about their team, what the tournament prospects are or we would have found our- fused as th are now selves engaged in war with the aggressing communists." Twining said, "any limita- tions or reductions in the pro- gram would virtually elimi- 'campaign. Repairman Accused Of Strangling Wife Atlanta An appliance Nervous Robber Gefs af Dairy Store A nervous robber who'day and asked for a half-gal- committee said there was no evidence indicating that the i new-type vehicles would pro- mote efficiency. j Also turned down was a post office request to set up a separate account of million for the cost of various service" programs. U. S. Agrees on Loan repairman was held on a looking over his shoulder uf milk. Miss Mertens said Indonesian Regime der warrant today in connec- took at gunpoint from an she got the milk from a cool- Jakarta, Indonesia tion with the Venetian cord Appieton dajry Tues- er. turned around and saw The United States today strangling of his wife whose i. decomposed body was found in a shallow grave near a suburban highway. The wararnt was issued last gecond tjme jn thfi agreed to lend Indonesia The man ordered Mjss Mpr. in rupiahs the Indone- night a few hours after Paul took Feb 16 Coats. 35, was picked up for Description questioning in the case. The body of Mrs. Frances a month that the to give him all the bills sians have paid for surplus Dairy store on N. Meade in the cash register, telling American food. street was robbed. A gunman her and another clerk, Miss Tne agreement was signed Kathleen Luniak, 16, route 4, hv Indonesian Finance Min- Appleton, to lie on the floor ister Sutikno Slamet and U. The bandit's description as he left. S. Ambassador Howard P. 30 to 35, six feet Miss Mertens said the man Jones. .v, Coats, 33, of nearbyitnat of lne man wno robbed apparently walked around the The loan was made under and other stories about this was discovered m thc store last month, who took corner of the building to a the conditions of the U.S. -In- grave yesterday more jno from the Hamilton Kit- nearby supermarket parking donesian agriculture corn- high point in the high ___ school basketball season, four months after she cncn bakery, 1316 N. turn to today's sports sec- tion, beginning on Page C-l The Post Crescent will have a sports writer and photographer in Madison for all Kimberly Rich- lot. modities sales agreement of disappeared from her home. Imond street, Feb. 11, and Lawrence and E d w a r d 1956. It specified products In- Police said a double-strand from a Green Bay dairy Jungwirth, route 1. Appieton, donesia purchases from thei I addition to formal certifica- tion of the signing of tha bill, Eisenhower told Quinnt "As you start the proced- ure that will, I hope, result in the admission of Hawaii into the Union as a state on equal footing with the other states, you and the people of Hawaii have my very best wishes." Eisenhower also wrote Budget Director Maurice H. Stans, directing him to initi- ate a careful study of the ef- fects of statehood and to de- velop a systematic and coor- cord from a Venetian blind store March 3, all at gunpoint, and Allan Paschke. Green-United States would be paid AF President Eisenhower Today at the White House had been wrapped four times Miss Janice Mertens, 15, ville, came into the store for in rupiahs and that most signs the bill to make Hawaii the 50th state. The around thc neck of the attrac- route 1, Appieton, a clerk, about and found the girls of these would then be loan-. i 'no h" -rm tive mother of three small said the gunman entered thc lying on the floor. They did ed to thi> country for econom- c e expt-UUVB usea pens m placing nis signa- children. 'store about p.m. see the bandit. ic development. I turt on mewurts Turn to Page 7, Col. 1 Our Weafherman Must Be 'Brrrainsnowed' Wisconsin Partly cloudy, windy and not so cold tonight with chance of a few scattered showers or snow flurries extreme north. Thursday partly cloudy and windy, warmer south and east portions but turning colder with chance of snow flurries northwest portion by afternoon, spreading to northeast by night. Low tonight 25 to 33. High Thursday 30s north, 40s south. Appieton Temper a- ttiros for the 24-hour period ending at 9 o'clock: High 28, low zero. Temperature at 11 o'clock 24. South wind at 12 miles per hour. Ba- rometer 30.37 inches. Weather map on page B-S. Sun sets at p.m., ris- es Thursday at a.m.; moon rises Thursday at a.m. NEWSPAPER! SPA PERI