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   Post Crescent, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                             APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 26 34 A, B AWMJTTON-NEENAH-MENASHA, MONDAY, MARCH ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE SERVICE Price Seven Cento Claim Russia Would j Be Destroyed in War AF Wlrtph.U This Is How the Navy's bathyscaphe Trieste looks out of water. It will begin a leries of dives in about two weeks that eventually may take it into ocean depths man has never seen before. Through the tests the navy hopes to design tubs capable of operating far below the present limit of 750 feet. Probe Blast In Milwaukee End Plug Removed From Gas Pipe, Police Declare Aim at Record Depths Bathyscaphe Soon In Series of Dives Soviets Agree to Foreign Ministers' Talks at Geneva Questions Concerning Berlin, Germany Treaty to be Topics San Diego, Calif. Nelson Reveals Plan to Expand State Parks Moscow Soviet Rus-the twQ communist nations sia today handed notes to the! hould join the later slages of Big Three western powers fh ]k aereeinz to an east-west for- agreeing to an east west xor U.S. Military Leaders Maintain Red Defeat Sure Many Times Over By the Associated Press congress The nation's military chiefs} larger portion_, ______ told the free world today that j spending to building aiert. to devote of defense American air, atom and mobile forces for small wan moDiie loiues lor sinou F.mrU Srowing missile might Ca" in which Russia might not hOndSWOUiabreak RUSSia's .........f Be Shifted From Forest Program BY JOHN WXNGAARD Past-Crescent SUfI Writer Madison Gov. her "many times the Kremlin opens World war III. The assurances came as weird looking "water bal- navy loon" will begin a series IQ ac Milwaukee tfl An end dives in about two weeks Trieste j eventually take it into1 plug removed from a P1pe haj neyer Jacques will arrive at the members of the 15-nation Gaylord North Atlantic Treaty Organ- _T j A u lization conference prepared .me Nelson announced today he a ctratpsv aCTrppinf tn an past-west for-i -j inursaay a strategy agreeing to an east west xor j Moscow said lt "considers! hopes to be able to transfer'conference here marking the eign ministers conference possible that the question funds from the state forestry1 tenth anniversary of the 11 j ______ ____iNATO pact. By intent or coincidence, Tass said "according to in- solved during a direct participant. Gen. Nathan F. Twining, chairman of the joint chief! of staff, told congress that Russia'would have to depend electronics laboratory formation the So- ence." It added: _ "The question of the repre- Ihere to act as consultant government agreed to at- te's new adventures.jtend the parley "in order toisentation of the two German I By April 10 the Trieste isiconsider questions at the conference of connection allowed gas to expected to be ready f or! Germany, including the peace foreign ministers can be re- flood a home and cause an ex- haThwanhe Trieste llaunchinS a8ain and three'treaty with Germany and the garded as mutually agreed." plosion that injured three per- ahet, bathyscaphe later is scheduled to be-iBerlin question." I The west has proposed that sons PotLe Capt. 2-month program of Tass said Soviet Foreign; both West and East German Nowakowski said Sunday. jnavy for lrom "e' dives that will take it down1 Minister Andrei Gromyko re-: representatives sit in on the Robert R. Weickhardt, 34; signer Auguste Piccard has feet as the U.S., British and p observers, his wife June, 36; and their already descended nearly a> nearby coastal waters g 'French ambassadors and daughter. Kathy, 5, were feet in the Mediterrane-j Late lhig sunimer a moth.jhanded them the Soviet notes jured in the blast Saturday night. the confer- state park improvement and acquisition. the soberly confident state- ments put Russia on notice The governor made his dis- the western Big Three will be leading from strength if they closure to a press conferencejtalrA a COQ. ____this year. Sec. of Defense Neil McEl- tle chance for approval of a roy told park admission fee, as has airborne nu- a Detroit audience Mrs. Weickhardt and into the Pacific's deep- daughter were in good trenches almost seven tion in a hospital. below the surface. was released after treatment for minor injuries. Nowakowski said Weick- Turn to Page 4, Col. 5 2 Brothers Found Tests in December The Trieste took two short] ________ dives off San Diego in Decem- Cf I'M hardt, who was held for ques- ber. lOUlTOCUrea in tioning, told him he had no knowledge of how the plug had been removed. Plug Found on Floor Police were called into the Investigation when fire de- partment and gas company Investigators found the plug, which is installed for gaining access to the pipe system for cleaning purposes, on the casement floor near the met- er. Nowakowski said the plug, pipe and threads were undam- aged and that the plug was not blown out _by the force of Observers said the bathy-' scaphe experiment is the' Charcoal Oven navy's first big move in de-j AntiRO Two boys suf- veloping deep-water subma-j focated Jn a charcoal oven rines. Today's subs cannot Sunday while their father ouuuay wniic ujcu. operate much below 750 feet, thought they were at a movie yet 90 per cent of the ocean lies beyond that level. On April 4 Piccard's son with neighbors. The -bodies were found at a. m. today after a search that started when the neighbors returned without the youngsters. Dead were Larry Kalkofen, 13. and his 6-year-old brother Wayne. They were found by Summit Talks Later The notes had differences in emphasis, but all looked be- yond the foreign ministers conference to a summit meet- ing later in the year. The Soviet government ex- pressed regret in its notes "that complete mutual under- standing has not yet been reached on the question of the participation of Poland and Czechoslovakia in the conference of foreign minis- ters." The allies have 000 feet in the Mediterrane-j Late lhig surnmer a moth-'handed them the Soviet notes f g an With changes now being] is to carry the Triesteiin reply to the three western VtartC made, it will be capable of HawaU for dives that will of JIUI IJ rlivinff intn tho Parifio S ripfn- Summit Talks Later In Courtroom ion park budget. Mill Tax Fund Nelson said he is investigat- ing whether park money can be taken from the state forest mill tax fund within the terms Dulles Leaves for Rest in Florida VtajfllC. A. Washington (ft Ailingl their father. Evan, and Lang- U wUit MJ n't- i wi. i TT tlJJ.1 ui tilt; J1 the explosion. said police' gec> Of state John Foster Dul-i iade ______1_J jii-i. H.UU. t nltnnlr TIT___1_ _t Alleged Kidnaper Strikes Attorney; Subdued by Officers St. Paul A husky the conservation commis- ciear to provide a larger state [ready, in power, poised and sufficient force to "destroy the Soviet Union if it should attack us." It is coupled, McElroy said, with mobile forces which have proved their abil- ity to land by air or sea and Turn to Page 4, Col. 2 Advocates UN Chief at Talks Humphrey Wants Moral Authority Of Organization Hubert H. Humphrey (D-Minn) suggest- of the state constitution. Some stamp out brushfire wars in authorities have held such a the world's far corners. move would be legal. While the state park budget is strained, the effect of infla- tion has been to swell the for- estry fund, which now is re- ceiving about a year and has a surplus of more than young Wisconsin threw punches at parolee The forestry fund is replen- his attor-jished annually by a state levy ,ney and scuffled with a half! of two-tenths of a mill on all suggested dozen federal officers before 7 Children Die In Virginia Fire Danieltown, Va. Sev- ies leaves Washington bus- would attempt to check plug for fingerprints. Clifford M. Muellner, claims and heads for a rest in manager for the Milwaukee Florida's Hobe sound. tlmg with foreign ministers He wjn be ataout a thoU- deputies children, ranging in age idut: v-uuiit-j ,iii-t were called in to help look for .from 10 months to 11 years perished yesterday in flames that destroyed their small, 4- room frame cottage while their parents attended sunrise the two. Authorities said that Wayne apparently had climbed a lad- der to the top of the 6-foot being subdued in a U. S. Dis- trict courtroom today. The outburst by William "Bucky" Birntaaum, 24, of La Crosse, Wis., occurred be- fore he entered an innocent1 plea to a charge of kidnaping j a La Crosse man. Birnbaum, not handcuffed, was seated in a jury box be- services. were chil- Turn to Page 16, Col. 6 Hifs of Jockeying by 4 Democrafs Washington Republi- can National Chairman Burke's Statement A more explicit, though heavily censored, picture of American strength was paint- ed in testimony by the chiefs of the uniformed services be- fore the house defense appro- priations subcommittee in January and February. The cut-down transcript was re- leased over the weekend. Adm. Arleigh Burke, chief of naval operations, asserted that if Russia launches all-out war "we can destroy her many times over with the weapons we now have in ex- istence her back.' would break ed today that Dag Hammarsk- jold, secretary general of United Nations, sit in if a summit conference is held on the Berlin crisis. Humphrey, a member of the senate foreign relations com- mittee, said the United States should invoke the moral au- thority of the international peace organization in seeking a settlement on the German stalemate. In an address before Dade County Bar association, the senator said it would be excessively imprudent to hold a summit conference on the Berlin situation without utiliz- ing the facilities of the U. N, Symbolic Presence "The presence of the secre- tary general at a summit con- ference would mean the sym Gas company, said the plugs uci _ _ _r _____ cleaning pur miles from a conference! kim and squeezed through a "Tlle youngsters He said that in all to the sma11 trap th! of Mr. and Mrs. Edward St. Paul, ferns he plug sare coatVd lastH SIX that he h3S was be top Lewis. Negroes. Lewis, a 34- whispered to Birnbaum. rnmnnnnd and Ied and molded- entered in an effort to rescue Bui, before he left Washing-1 the younger child Although other connections are com- ton. Dulles held two confer- there had been no fire in the pleted. Mueller also said that cnces with his top oven for it still was WclS SCdlcu ill a jui j Call Jtl a i i ill a 11 side a U. S. deputy marshaljMeade Alcorn says jockeying as he awaited appearance of among four Democratic sen- Judge Dennis F. Donovan. has turned senate pro- puui ucvaaitn-iun Bimbaum's court appointed edings into a said Taylor, whereas Dilwnrth ___i ..i-_ -_i_ ____u u_ Burke a-nd Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, army chief of staff, agreed the nation has "too much retaliatory power." Thousands of manned anc unmanned vehicles could pour nuclear devastation on approached to Birnbau Attacks Attorney rth and lhe public inter- and F .old lab Orer. and his wife aUending an Easterj Suddenly Birnbaum lashed churchjat the attorney his fist. h lhe housc Alcorn used as a se- the job could be done with hundreds. The army and navy chiefs cj i o 11 the threads in the pipe and spoke nection would have been dam- dent Eisenhower aged if the plug blown oul. Mrs. Weickhardt to Presi- filled with fumes. was discovered at a. m. iecn uaiii- on thel The elder Kalkofen, who is by a passerby. Lynn Towers. had been phone. Dulles, under treal-1 divorced, said lhe boys slay- Towers, a white man, tried told Ben pnone. uunes. uuuei neat- aivorcea, stiiu me ataj- lowers, a WIIILC mcm, nicw ,ment for cancer, wanted to'ed at home Sunday kick in the back door of the the jury box as two FBI men au-'make known his views on he went to church, andjhouse but could not enter be-iand four other federal offic- -....i-__ i. _._ _______ -.c ChrxT-H v rvinvAH in lne Wow on Ws shoulder Birn: cial .benefit of Democrats, baum swung again and e i r immediate families, tempted to break away from'their other relatives, their po- the jury box as two FBI men'litical cronies and thorities she went into the (international situation, casement early Saturday ning to remove wearing IrtfO icebox parel from the gas clothes' dryer. She said everything To Take UWP Lite seemed to be in proper work- ing order at that time. The explosion occurred at p. m. 2 Die in Hotel Fire, 50 Guests Escape Ukiah, Calif. A fire In the 55-year-old palace ho- tel yesterday killed two guests and routed 50 others. Victims were William Sheid, 75, a pensioner, and AVil-l liam A. Fuqua, 29, bolh of Ukiah. A Ukiah fireman, Harold Severson, suffered smoke in- halation. Firemen from nearby Wil- lets joined Ukiah firemen in battling the blaze which ap- parently originaled in lhe cof- fee shop kitchen at a.m. The fire spread lo the second floor of the 100-room building.. Damage, estimated at Poysippi Waushara county authorities say a of Leon housewife crawled into an icebox in her home Sunday and slam- med the door behind her, taking her own life. Dr. L. S. Shcmanski, dep- uty county coroner, said 47- year-old Mrs. Emmajeane Spiegel, the mother of two daughters, suffocated. He ruled the death a suicide. their front porches." His statement amounted to en- a rejoinder to claims, set (---------_ J- were absent when he returned i cause of the flames. Shortly, ers moved in. home He was not concerned.! afterward. Lewis returned Considerable scuffling _... however because thev had but also was driven back by J sued before handcuffs and forth by the Democratic lead- permission to go to the movie., the fire, 'ankle irons connected by a ers of both houses as con- pt b chain were placed on Birn- gress shut down for the hoh- Cancels Eqq Roll baum and quiet restored. day, that the record for the i Dilworth said he had advis- sessjon compares favorably On White House Lawn ed Birnbaum to plead guilty Wltj1 that of any previous con- _ and was explaining where he gress at the same stage. tra- be taken when (ditional Easter egg roll the While House lawn loday Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 Boy Millbrae, ing a reel of thin copper wire instead of string to fly his kite cost 14 year old Robert Satrap his life yes- terday. The kite wire touched a high voltage power line and Robert, son of Mrs. Eugene Satrap, was electrocuted. Millbrae is a San Fran- cisco suburb. on 53. Allen J. Burns, 23, 122 canceled E. Law street. New tondonj rain. j 54. Gordon Williams, 51, 434 W. North Water street, Nee- nah. I (Story on Page BID baum struck him. was A psychiatrist told lhe court because of thal Birnbaum is capable of standing irial. A short time after 9 a bond was set and trial lhe scheduled slarlmg scheduled for the April Press Secretary James C. term of court. Hagerty said it was being called off. Jap Court Rules U. S. Bases, Troops in Country Not Legal BY NATE Icupation authorities after thelihat tribunal's decision can Tokyo A lower japa- ....._ ihn in 1n sn- court ruled today that Relatively Small Number Reports Made On Pension Funds Washington Only 40 000 oul of an expected 250.000 lo one million welfare and pension fund reports have been filed with lhe govern- ment as required by a new law. The deadline is tomor- enacled by con- Series Takes Look af Rise Of Red Leader The recent meeting at )be appealccl in turn lo thc su_ low Damage, estimae a nese cour rue It aiso declared that Japa- preme court. Both the gov- i! T'vear requires ad- was confined lo the Uvo floors. ,lhc of US. bases ncse citizens were discrimi- ernmcnt and the defendants Srcss w'clfare nension and troops in Japan is un- nated against by special laws can appoal. and it might be l n constitutional. An appeal connected the treaties years before a final decision plans lo file against the ruling was cor- gn ing the United States the ,s handed down. .reports and descriptions of Unn lo be filed. right to station troops. It was IVork on Revision sut-h plans with thc labor de- Tlie decision if upheld by under one of those laws, the The decision could develop partment. higher courts, could wreck special criminal code, that the into a political issue, as the The purpose is to safeguard the V S. defense selup in this defendants were indicted. opposition socialists have de- the estimated billion in- strategic Far Kastern nation, i Japanese government offi- manded an end to the 1951 vested in such plans for future t It also would bring into re- cials were not immediately U.S. Japan security pact worker benefits from any pos- -vv view all of lhe international available for comment on the which gives the United States sible fraud. Financial reports Camp David between made by Japan decision. The government has the nghl to maintain bases in are due at the end of each Prime Minister Macmilian she rcgaincd jnd.cpend- 14 days to appeal. 'Japan. Also under socialist plan's financial year. and President Eisenhower 2 Thp Amcncan embassy said js the administrative1 The law prescribes a pen- any comment from it on the agreement belween the two ally of up to fine and has brought a third mem- ber of ft proposed summit meeting into prominence. That, third party is Niki- ta Khrushchev. What kind of a man is ho? How did he rise to power? Can he be trusted? William L. Ryan tries to answer some of these ig52 Court surprise verdict was The surprise verc was actions and decision of a Jap- governments on conditions sjx months in jail for willful made by the 3-man Tokyo court would be impro- whereby U.S. forces are sta- failure to file the reports. triet court in acquitting seven per. Honed here. However, thc labor depart- men indicted m 1957 aflcr they, (In Washington, However, thc labor depart- US. officials feels tardiness in films (hp first r0p0rts mav be large ly inadvertent through lack of lioned here. rtiLui im'jM 1111 tne sinit Japanese and o. broke mlo the I" S. Taclnkawa and defense departments took now aro negotiating on a re- Air base outside Tokyo to pro- the position that any comment Of the pad. lest its expansion. i from them would be Japan's consiitulion rc- knowledge about the The court, freeing them, at this time. But U.S officials noiinopd war forever as a The reports arc required to1 said the presence of U I-said informally that the court of national policy Rut bf> madp avRjiable for public questions with a look al hasos and personnel in Japan ruling has raised an important Gon nouglas MacArthur, here and also avail- Mr. risp through the violated the famous "no-war" issue that will have to S. supreme com- The idea party. Today's article. Article 9 of the Japanese ron-clarified mander in Japan, directed ]ha( curb first of a series, appears stituMon. which was largely Any appeal will filpri on Page A-9. 'written by fie American oc- first in the higher court, and, Turn to Pag. 4, Col. I irregularities. Sgt. Charles W. Sears, wearing magnetic shoes, has no difficulty walking upside down on the ceiling of an airplane cabin during tests at. the Wright air de- velopment center in Dayton, Ohio. The shoes are made by bolting magnets of aluminum-nickcl-cobalt alloy through a foam rubber cushion laytr to alum- inum sandals. The walkway is fashioned of soft, magnetic iron. bolic representation of all members of the United tions who. may object to four powers pVesuming to settle an issue which can mean peace or war for the entire Humphrey said. "Peace is tht responsibility of all nations. "It is not only the confer- ence itself which should be brought within the framework of the United Nations. There is also the brighter prospect through such a conference of bringing within the frame- work of the United Nations the administration of any event- ual agreement of a safer re- gime for Berlin. Such a re- gime might well Include a permanent U. N. presence for Berlin." Car Won on TV Program Gastonia, fer Dean, a college student from Alabama, guessed the 1959 red and white converti- ble would cost His guess, on a national television program, was the closest to the price tag and he won the car. Sunday morning, Dean and Douglas Smith, a fellow stu- dent at Huntingdon college in Montgomery, Ala., were rid- ing back to school in the flashy new convertible. Dean was asleep on the back seat land Smith was driving. j Smith dozed off too. The car I drifted across the four-lane U.S. 29 highway between here and Charlotte and smashed into a pine tree. Both Dean and Smith were bruised and I cut, but not hurt seriously. Patrolmen guessed it would cost to repair the prize. Easter Weather Stays for Visit Wisconsin Increasing cloudiness and a littld warmer today, becoming cloudy over the west por- tion tonight. Showers likely in west portion. Highs today in the upper 40's or low 50's. Appleton Temperatures for the 24-hour period end- ing at 9 o'clock: High, 27, low, 26. Temperature at 11 o'clock, 42. Southeast wind at 6 miles an hour. Barometer, 30.10 inches. Weather map on Page A-13. Sun sets at p.m., rises Tuesday at a.m.; moon risfs Tuesday at a.m. Prominent star is Sir- ins. Visible planets are run, Mars, Jupiter and urn. NEWSPAPER I   

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