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   Post Crescent, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                             APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 20 30 A, B W1S., MONDAY, MARCH WIHE SERV1CB Price Seven Cents Sharp Upturn In Soviet Aid Is Reported Underdeveloped Nations Given Additional Help Washington A sharp upturn in Soviet aid to under- developed nations was re- ported over the weekend as f o Free Student From Cove Crevice B it x t o B, England hree attempts to pull an un- onscious college student a cavern crevice eet underground failed today. Rescue workers feared he was near death. Three times members of a 0-man rescue team got a ope around the 20-year old youth. Each time it snapped when they tried to yank him k Macm on Approach to Summit T ut of the funnel shaped left where he was jammed 0 feet down. "It will be a miracle if they jet him" said one of the workers. es wide in mile and a Neil Moss of Oxford univer- _ity was wedged in by his shoulders 40 feet down a fun- nel shaped cleft some 18 inch- places. About a half from the mouth of Peak Cavern, it lies at the end of a 400-foot-long, 2-foot-high corkscrew shaped ;unnel named the Devil's Hole. Explored Cave Moss was trapped Sunday further criticism was voicec on a house committee cut in funds asked for such areas. An administration survey showed that the Soviet bloc last year signed aid agree ments with free world na tions totaling more than increase of abou million over 1967. The survey was aimed a boosting the administration' effort to get congressiona support for President Eisen bower's foreign aid program The president minced n words in expressing diSap proval of the house appropria tions committee's turn-dow of his request for mt lion in supplemental mone for the development loa fund. The fund finances loan to underdeveloped areas a part of the foreign aid pro gram. Democratic Sen. Hubert H Humphrey of Minnesota back ed the president's views o companions heard his cries the fund rejection. He said. him Qut with the decision was adding: "The question is not can Would Meet When Work By Foreign Ministers Justifies Conference while exploring the cave with a party from the British Spel- eological association, which studies caves. While the others took photo- graphs, Moss wandered off alone, apparently crawled through the Devil's Hole and fell into the rock cleft. His rope ladders. Another explor- ing party joined the operation. Firemen brought an oxygen mask, but after seven hours m the hole Moss was too weak to put it on. Finally, a rescuer got the mask over his face. Rescue workers who came to the surface for fresh air said Moss was trapped "in a coffin of rock." Washington P r e s i- dent Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Harold Mac- millan have proposed that the western allies adopt a 3-point approach to a summit confer- ence'with Soviet Premier Ni- kita Khrushchev this sum- mer. It was learned today that this was the compromise for- mula agreed on in talks Sat- urday between the two west- ern leaders at Camp David, Md. Now under discussion by to afford it "The development question is: Can we afford not loan Humphrey said, "is the very heart of our eco- nomic aid program. To label it a giveaway is a gross mis- representation and a disserv- ice to the best interest'of our nation and of the free world." 2 Girls Seized as Farmer's Kidnapers Force Him to Drive After Escaping Industrial School Salina, Kan. Two found another butcher year old girls who broke out knife, the pistol and a change of a Nebraska industrial'of clothes. Looking for trans- portation, they tried to steal a horse but the animal bolted. About p m., Richards, his wife and their four chil- dren arrived home after hav- ing dinner at a restaurant. Wanted Girl to Drive "The children went into the Third Luxury Motel Planned Mile South of County Line on 41 For Holiday Chain Plans for another luxury motel on Highway 41 between Appleton and Neenah the largest so far were reveal- ed today at the Winnebago county board meeting. A million motel, with swimming pool, restaurant, cocktail lounge and meeting rooms will be constructed at Highway 41 and Winnebago Trunk U, a mile south of the Outagamie-Wmnebago county Part of Chain It will be part of the Holi- day Motels, a nation wide chain, and will be erected on a 38-acre site owned by Karl P. Baldwin, Harry Koller, John Barlow, Francis Jenkins and Ray Max, of Appleton. Long-range plans call for a West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and French President Charles de Gaulla, it represents a compromise between Macmillan's urgent desire to meet with Khrush- chev unconditionally and Eis- enhower's reluctance to meet without promise of me'nt. The points are these: 1. The Big Four the United States, Britain, France and open a foreign ministers meeting May 11 at Geneva; Khrushchev has already substantially agreed to thta. The foreign ministers should reach agreements on the widest possible range of German and related prob- lems, try to narrow differ- ences and prepare propo- sals for a later summit con- ference. Z. The heads of govern- ment should hold their meeting when Justified by the work of the foreign min- isters. 3. The foreign ministers therefore would have the responsibility of determin- ing the place, and subject matter at the sum- mit conference. The proposal covering these points was drafted by .Mac- millan and Eisenhower for in- clusion in western notes now expected to go to Moscow tat- school and forced a farm- er to accom- pany them on their flight will be charged with k i dnaping. Peggy Ann Moore of Oma- ha and Janet Spegel of Lex- Richards ington, Neb are being held here, awaiting the arrival of a federal officer to return them 240-unit motel, with construc- tion this summer of about 100 of the units, Baldwin said. The plan for the cocktail lounge will hinge on whether the syndicate which is doing the building will be able to get a tavern permit, he said. Announcement of plans came during the Winnebago board session when supervi- Turn to Page 4, Col. 3 Man Killed In Texas Duel Other Participant In Fight Wounded Along With Girl Ant Doaru session wucu houseandmy wife put the voted to rezone the 38- in the Richards acre piece at the northwest of 41 and Fort Worth One man and in icebox. The icebox door was commercial district. open The girls told Richards they Turn to Page 4, Col. 2 Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 ,ter chain owner, and a com- lets. bine of Appleton men earlier Two other daughters and announced plans for separate Mrs. Boatwright were pres- 000 luxury motels at Col- ent during the shooting in 48. John J. Zenefski, 40, 421 }cge' avenue and County Vincent's S30 000 brick home Caroline street, Neenah. (Story on page A-14 Trunk 41. J. t-UCl dJL VIA i. c L Wi iv, i i QM..U i t W LW LCJ i to Nebraska. The federal bu- wanted his car and suggested the tract reau of investigation said yes- that his 16-year-old daughter Million terday that kidnaping charges could be their driver. Richards The million price Will be filed against them. Suov. Warren Miracle The girls were captured at a roadblock here a few hours after they escaped Saturday night. "It was quite an experi- said the girls' victim, 54-year old Jesse Richards, after he returned to his farm near Geneva, Neb yesterday Peggy and Janet, armed with two butcher knives and a .22 caliber pistol, command- eered Richard s' car and forced the 6-foot, 200-pound farmer to go along as the driver. Used Knife, Pistol "They had a knife at my throat and a gun leveled at my Richards said. "I wasn't scared first, but I got scared before we stopped The two girls wore commit- ted to the industrial school as delinquents. Both were work- ing as waitresses in the dining hall After Saturday night's dinner, they took a knife and slipped away. At a nearby farmhouse, the Easter Story Presented in Form of Leffers A. special series of daily articles for Holy Week written by Associated Press Religion Writer Tom Hcn- shavv bogms on page A16 in tonight's Post-Crescent. Presented in the form of letters from a Roman offi- cer stationed in Jerusalem, the articles arc designed to bring the classic scenes home to the modern read- er with new impact. From this fresh vantage point, the events of the Easter story appear in an inspiring new light. "Be and read the com- plett series. died and another man girl suffered wounds close-range pistol duel in a home here yesterday. The duel was between two friends, Floyd Vm- and Roy 40. Vincent died from a bul- t !let wound in the abdomen. The motel layout is expect- was wounded five- times. i Also wounded was Vincent's br Omtl Fcimw Foit-CrCMeM And they took Him down from the Cross and laid Him in the aims of His lag. 14-year-old daughter, Linda, Missing Girl's Body Found Police Vow to Find Killer Blast Set Off In Building of Non-Union Mine St. Charles, Va., A dynamite blast erupted in a a BB intersections Richland Hills Mrs. Vincent was not _ loadmg building at _ plcKea up on a 5U-eei home. She told newsmen to-l non.union mme m Lee county! led wlth a piece of her own silp> then buried day that Boatwright came by, rf today causing nilp of brush miies from Spokane An aroused police force vowed today to find the killer of Candy Rogers, a 9-year-old Camp Fire girl whose ravished body was found in a clump of woods after a 16-day search. "We'll put every available man on the ease and keep them there until the thing is solv- said Police Chief Clifford Payne, him- self the father of a daughter aged 9. "We know what we're looking for now. iookmg for a maniac." i jle said lt appeared the child had been picked up on a street corner, raped, stran the Vincent home Saturday night to see her husband, but he wasn't at home. She said Boatwright stayed awhile and between and There were no injuries. within a few hours 17 days ago. Never before has Spokane or its Candy police force been Kane or us (juuuc iun-c vived Ramsey Brock, one of two'so stirred by a case a case of a pretty fourth grader who Thc brothers operating the mine Mmply vanished March 6 while selling Camp Fire mints door the 8 Feared Dead In Mine Blast Body of Owner Recovered in Tennessee Tragedy Robbing, Tenn. An explosion ripped through a small coal mine near here to- day. Eight miners were re- ported killed. The body of Oscar West of Oneida, the mine owner, was recovered soon after the blast. State police at the scene said it was doubtful any of the oth- er seven men in the mine sur- She told newsmen she and Vincent had an argument and she left him and went to the office of Vincent's trailer company. Earthquake Hits Western Nevada Police found six" boxes of scattered near a bridge Firms Which Sell the disappearance, then ran ggC Control into a blank wall despi'.e some ;ry p.acea _ from subslanlial Cltl. Washington The su- The mine was reopened last preme court today decided life with the mine. The charge, he said, "was very strategically placed TUnnHavr Monday Brock of Ramsey and Lee zens, skid row bums and even Harlan, Kentucky, tea leaf readers. short distance in an air force heli- copter were killed in a crash Shoos Identified Thousands of volunteers was a truck oper- ation and the eight men. were said to be the entire work force. Officers said the explosion apparently was caused by a gas pocket in the mine. Robbins is m Scott county about 75 miles northwest of Knoxvillc. State police went to the I..MU scene but said they sell variable annuity contracts'immediate details on the acci- are subject to regulation by [dent, the securities and exchange commission. 1 i companies which A. n re Maybe We've Seen which lies a Reno, Nev. An earth-laway' mehVbuTpo- Senegalese Union Thousands of volunteers "justice "Douglas delivered f thorn vuafrm rpnort -r l_ t n II combed the canyon below the 5-4 decision. Justice Har- .re f d-fmaae at Polls homc SCOUlCd along lan wrolc a opinion The Last of Snow The temblor registered Dakar, Senegalese Republic the banks of the canyon's ,n which Justices Frankfurter, strong enough on the single party today ap- Spokane river, checked ga- Clark and Whittakor joined, sity of California's seismo-'ipcared to have won all 80 leg- rages old cars and vv.th The decision was given on graph at Berkeley to seats in this new apologies by the commission! caused damage in the immp- French West African republic of reputable residents. and the National Association diate area It struck at leafier an election in which one They found nothing, and tol-of Securities Dealers, me, p m and continued to regis-.person was killed and a score evision appeals by Catholic from the findings by the u s. ter until U 20 p m injured. land Episcopal bishops alike Court of Appeals here Seismologist Dr. Don Toch-1 First returns indicated the produced not a trace. Then The appellate court, tinn- er of Berkeley said a prelimi-jlegislative assembly will be in carnc an unexpected break. wore that variable annu- nary survey of recordings m-'the hands of the progressive Two enlisted mon from ity contrac-ts arc a new DUSI- dicatcd the quake centerediSencgalese union (UPS) head- Fairchild Air Force base, ness which -greatly resem- 340 miles northeast of the united by Leopold Scnghor, a pro- Howard S. Lawrence. 19. and insurance. Mien <-on- versity in a remote region bo- French former French cabinet RIChard Bcrgan, 21, found a should have the expert Janet Spcgcl, Left, and Peggy Moore, 16-year-old es- capees from a training school at Geneva, Neb., sprawl wireph.i. lween wmnemucca, Nev., and minister mcnara ncrgau, iuuuu u......- small pa.r of blue suede shoes and watchful supervision of the Idaho border. Sheriff's deputies in Winne- mucca said nothing was felt dejectedly at police headquarters m Salina, Kan., after ithorp their capture with farmer they abducted, Jesse Rich- j The quake regiitered 6 75 it_ on the Richter scale. The San ards. Richards said he drove three hours with a gun Francisco disastcr of 1906 reg- pointed at his head. 'istered 825. ban, educated upper and mid- (.Jdll IJH41. .ijiwv.0 The UPS represents the ur- Saturday while hunting wood- slate insurance commission- woods 12 ban, educated upper ana mia-'chucks m Remote wooas 12 die classes. It was opposed frOm town, northwest of by the Senegalese solidarity where the search had party (PSS) which is backed concentrated, by the farmers and the Mos- lem segment of the popula------ tion. Turn to Page 4 Col. 5 lot 1933. The commission and beeniation contended variable an- inuitios are investment con- Wisconsin Partly cloudy tonight, not so cold extreme south. Tuesday partly cloudy and colder most sections. Low tomglrt 20s north, 30s south. High Tuesday 30s north, 40s south. Appleton Temperatures for the 24-hour period end- ing at 9 o'clock: High 32, low 25. Temperature at 11 o'- clock 43. Southwest wind at nine miles per hour. No prev cipitation. Barometer 29.97 inches. Sun sets at p.m., rit- es Tuesday at a.m.{ moon rises at Prominent star is Visible planets are Venut, Mars, Jupiter and Saturm. JEWS PA PER I -IWSPAPKR!   

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