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   Post Crescent, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                             APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 21 32 A, B APttETON-NEENAH-MENASHA, WIS., TUESDAY, MARCH ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE SERVICE Price Seven Cents Macmillan Hopeful of Settlement on Berlin Jailed After He Threatens His Family Parolee Wounds Younger Brother With Butcher Knife Renewed Fighting Reported Between Tibetans and Reds AP Mrs. Rebecca Yancey, Bobbins, Term., whose sons, Bernard, 33, and Willard, 36, died in a coal mine explosion near Robbins. sits outside the mine entrance and awaits recovery of their bodies. With her is Miss Vernell Yancey, a cousin of the dead Eau Claire A 20-year old parolee was held in the, Eau Claire county jail Dispatches From India Say Defenders Use Captured Guns New Delhi, India Re-jfrom two directions. Ex-Official Accused of Taking Gifts Flies Home After Talks With Ike Stricter Controls Advocated Over Aid Payments A former "_ itrom two aireuuoiis. He sald aid official's testi from the India-Tibet column was coming '_.. ,i -_____: V Town in Hit by Tragedy Victims in Explosion Were Kin of Most Residents 5 Ocean Cables Washington British Prime Minister Harold Mac- millan headed for alter his talks with President Eis- enhower today predicting "we shall succeed" in ations over Berlin. He conceded the west "a tough task" in dealing with the Russians. Macmillan left in apparent confidence that the strategy i ports from tne maia-iiDei column was coming trom; if or negotiations leading to- der today told of fresh fighting'Sikang, the Chinese that he accepted sub- d t conference, ,aei luudy LUU" f'adjoining eastern Tibet andlstantial gifts from a conlrac-! worked out between him and the other moving northeast tor brought a demand today! Eisenhower, will avert a mill- libeian ireeaom _ _ aid 'ary showdown over Berlin, In a departure statement at the airport the prime minis- ter recalled that he had said on arrival here Thursday that disputes between the Soviet Union and the western pow- ers should be settled "by ne- gotiation and not by force." "I have no he said reported a butcher knife a younger brother when denied a quart of beer. "JT'n7Vet7hy" reports from tionalists claim the Charles Bruckner was the lndian frontier town of have captured. I charged with disorderly Kalimpong gave no other de- duct while police continued! tails of the new outbreak in the their investigation. j Tibetan capital, where crowds Washington (JK Reject- a'lu 20. Rebellious tribesmen in the ing a Soviet protest, the Unit-jLloyd, were driving have Deen attack- ed States contends it has evi-'horne Monday evening whenjjng the red occupiers for dcnce strongly indicating youth asked his father tojmonths. Russian trawler broke fiveibuy nmi a quart of beer. Thei Nehru's transatlantic cables last; Senate In Stand on Daylight Time Porter Hardy (D-Va) ,called for ''controls which will not make the temptation and opportunity for dishonesty so prevalent." Hardy heads a house gov- Oneida, Tenn. This area wnen O. West sound- month. In a diplomatic note to the small east Tennessee town. ed lhe alarm. Audie where strong. kinship bonds are was one of tne first miners to was hit hard by an reacn the victims, found burn- explosion in a family mine beyond recoi_ that killed nine. 'feet back into the mine. All nine men killed yester-1 Acres was one who advanc- a yesterday- the Unit- ed State said Moscow had no basis for protesting the board- ing of the Russian trawler Novorossisk by a U. S. Navy party off Newfoundland on older Bruckner refused and] they drove on home. Picks Up Knife When they reached the ihouse, Charles grabbed the no wor hi said they had no woid be told parliament the fighting in the father entered, Charles pointed the knife at his father that situaion was "delicate." told; l. Red China the sun trawler, the commander to the navy group said there wa-s house. other than fishing." jter, Margaret, kept revolt radio rifle kept in the about farming and progress in Tibet under red Yesterday's note did not al- rymg a cat. The brother told lege any willful cable cut- h" sister not to take the cat but said the vessel's then released his cable, used in fish- and the cat'. ueh to reachi c "Everyone of them was re- _ lated to me except Eimer Decision Awaited on said Lee West, di- c rcclor at Oneida funeral Mrs. Duncan S banity home, "and he was related to Ventura, Calif. (Jfi A my wife." !judge is expecled lo rule to- A spark from an electric day on whether convicled molor is believed lo have murderess Elizabelh Duncan tions of the caused a pocket of gas to ex- was sane when shc hired two found on the trawler plode shortly after lhe nine tavern roustabouts tojydnap shredded and frayed and ap- kinsmen began The gas ancj strangle her pregnant pearcd to have parted as a apparenlly collected while the daughter-m-law. i result of a sudden strain." mine ventilating system was superior Judge Charles F.! ln "ole- the United entered car- i-'auspices, an apparent attempt ernment operations subcom- 'mittee investigating foreign' Soviet aid programs in Laos, a small! _ _ icountry which once was part Criticizes U. S. Stand Madison The French Indochina. London The Soviet vote of 17-13, refused to-, fl T McNamara testi- news agency Tass said to- lo reconsider a previous] day the United States views yesterday that while with the Soviet Union "more as an inevitable evil than a necessary means for the peaceful settlement of European problems." Citing "numerous com- ments" in the American press, Tass said, the United States had been "compelled under the pressure of world public opinion to take a i saving time. administration in time Laos he had accepted cash, jn' stocks and airline tickets September. (worth about from con- A bill which the senate ear- tractors working on U. S.- it the last Sunday in Tangible Evidence Both the ICA and the com- father ran out of .JIM.. -.--._5, -.__- 13 O LIT LIJc O.HU- tuc May and ending it the first mjttee are turning the matter in September. The over to tne justice depart- "This is the first case where we have found tangible evi- Hardy said, but add- ihouse and summoned police. was jn a (Three patrolmen were sentjsome 25.000 rebels and two of them went the capital ,to find Charles holding his Paul, 17, by the neck to make light of the revolt re- original bill was offered ports by implication. ISen. Howard Cameron, Nationalist Chinese officials Rjce Laj-e_ on Formosa said they had re-j Vote to Fix Salaries UC1IV.C, ceived intelligence reports jn another action the sen-'ed it ..is just another illustra- rect from Tibet saying approved, 30-0 a bill of- tion Of the lax administration state of war with'fered by the legislative coun-jwnicn we nave found time.aft- to establish regular sal-'er time." iaries for chief clerks and ser-' McNamara testified he re- of geants-al-arms of the senate ceived the gifts from the step toward meeting the So- viet proposals." The dis- patch was broadcast by Moscow radio. today, "that so long as stand firmly by our princi- we shall world has everything to gain from being ready to negoti- ate." "But we must not conceal psy- international treaty itcction of cables. for I the younger boy's back. j..., j As the police moved forward! turned off weekend. Blackstock "wiff decide Mrs.'States said the evidence rais-iCnaries jabbed his brother! Single Survivor Duncan's sanity on the basis es a strong presumption the causing small wounds in his W. O. West, a partner in the o- reports already submitted Novorossisk violaled an 1884 small, truck operation, was by two court-appointed the only witness, lhe only sur- chiatrists. vivor. He was standing al lhe------------------------------------- mine tipple, where coal is loaded on trucks. He heard VJews on Jobless Aid the explosion and saw smoke roll out of the mine shaft. The tipple is an apparatus used lo tip lhe coal cars from the mine to empty them, in this case into trucks. West's brother and part- ner, Oscar, 47. was one of the victims inside. The blasl was lhe worst taxes M prescnt  but one thereafter under a bill pass- er than six months. Duringjrefused them permission for ed. 91-1 today in the other 18 months of theicheckup on his bank account, bly. Sbiennium the pay would bejincome tax return and other The measure, introduced per month. Ifinances.______ the legislative council, would unusual funds from mine townspeople in Oneida little lo say. "The Lord gheth and the Lord lakcth one worn- federal standards bul they could federal money in an emergent y. The gov ernors. represent- ing the executive committee an murmured, "but you re lhe conference. never ready. You're never ready." The victims were West; an other partner, Burl Phillips 52, and his two sons, Hubert move some counties lo counties where such funds have been used up. The bill carried an emer- gency tag. so lhal il could be given final action before the executive budget bill is con- Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 a statement summar- ixiiiR their after meet- ing ith the president yes- terday. In essence, their statement agreed with er's Guenther street, Oshkosh. feelings on the matter, lie, 50. George J. Schuh, brothers; John L. Pike, 46; too. snid the stales should ,.oute 3? Appleton. Elmer Phillips, 38, and Ed continue to set their own sep- (storv on A 14) Chitvvood. 50. arate standards on unemploy- J One woman walking along ment compensation, the highvvav in Robbins it- Need Adequate Funds self, moaned; statement, the the t.o proposal, of alkx counties on the BY HAL COOPER Buxton, England 30 and Ai-7.o, 17; Bernard, 33, and William Yancey, 36. L. Pike, 38, and worker's wage. said this should be llon raised lo S4 200. The present school bus collided at an m- av crape tax is less than 2 per tersection near here last C.C1U inight. killing a family of four. The dead were idenlified as John Wesley Grinslcad, Jr., 31, a service sialion operator from Rupert, Idaho; his wife, Wanda Fern 23- a son John of funds Weslev III 5 and a daughter, baM.s of veterans population nearly two days Wendv 3 Thev were in the would be retained. The effect crevice 1.000 ,0. onlv occupant of northern counties, and trans- today after in- for them to about a rescuers re- for counties where there is a de- peateclly had mand for the money. failed in a des- Oxford Sfudenf Dies as Rescue Affempts Fail in which we shall succeed." Macmillan said he was grateful to Eisenhower for his hospitality and that he con- sidered the informality of Camp David, Md., a belter background for discussing world problems than the more formal surrounding of most conferences. Praises President The main Eisenhower-Mac- millan talks were held over _________________ the weekend at the secluded as Britain tensely followed and guarded presidential A" the heartbreaking rescue at- treat in the Catoctin in ,urv but was treated that the states n folks' Robins, Easter Shopping Ideas Signs oi Spring people have re- ported seeing robins in the Fox Cities area this a sign that spring is on the way. Another signal of the long-hoped for arrival of balmy weather is the grow- inff number of Easter sug- gestions, features and ad- vertising appearing this in thp pagrs of the Vost Crescent Hints on from current fashions to Easter dining and food specials can he found 
                            

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