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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 2, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               VOL L No. 55 Invaders in Panama Capital as Captives See Little Chance For Censure of Sen. Wayne Mo A Cadillac Sedan, in Which two men were seated, is flattened against the weight of a truckload of steel scrap shavings that had overturned at a traffic light in Pittsburgh, Pa. Raymond Mendenhall, Pittsburgh, and C. L. Asperheim, Beloit, crawled out of the debris with only minor scratches. Halt Distribution of Watches With Dials of Strontium 90 AEC Sees No General Hazard Unless If s Kept on Overnight Washington iff! Three watchmaking companies have been ordered by the atomic energy commission to halt distribution of any luminous dials containing strontium 90. Strontium 90, deadliest ele- ment of radioactive fallout, can cause bone cancer if tak- en into the human system in sufficient quantities. The AEC orders, issued Friday night, said two of the companies General Time corporation, Westclox divi- Fires Burn Acres Blazes Burst Out Near Redgranite, Wisconsin Rapids By the Associated Press Two forest possi- bly of incendiary broke out in central Wiscon- sin Friday and burned over about acres. The largest of the blazes burst into life along the Ju- neau Wood county line anc seared acres before it ion, La Salle, ILL, and Elgin National Watch company, El- gin, 111. have imported many such dials, have dis- ributed many to the public and still possess some. Herter Reports To President Secretary Calls Talks at Paris Very Successful Washington- GOP Leaders Indicate They Want No Part of Capehart's Proposal The pos- mer law school dean, knew he State Christian Herter flew in: The other company, Bulovaltalks at Paris and left short-' atric treatment. sibility appeared remote going ,lfar bevond whatj day of any senate censure of j any senator should do Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore) caUing Mrs wel- cpme a censure attempt1 by Capehart. Radio station KGW sold to someone in 1955, the ling breakfast at home. AEC said. i He planned to return tol An AEC spokesman said in Washington later today after general a watch with a dialimaking his report to Eisen- containing strontium 90 would Shower who is spending the not be more hazardous at his Gettysburg the more common ones that have radium compounds to naped and raped at gunpoint by four white men here early today after a college dance.' Deputy Sheriff W. W. Slap- pey reported that the four men involved were arrested at Portland, Ore., reported] a short time laler with the provide luminosity. But, he said, in cumstances they might be farm. Herter called his talks with the foreign ministers of Bri- i Morse said in a telephone call: many "very successful" in! J.aw School Dean "This is an. old forensic trick for Homer. He's per- such a res- gagged and hysterical girl still in their car. State Atty. William Hopkins was was put out in1 a 6-hour battle more the wear- iayjng out the western posi-i firompn and fnrpst. rane-er kept it on while he for negotiating with Rus-j Leon county jail and announc- ed that rape charges would olution. and I'm perfectly! be filed against all four. and slept with his arm over his face near his eyes, for sia at Geneva on German! by firemen and forest rang- ers. No homes were threaten- ed and there were no injuries. State Forest Ranger Ber- nard Klugow of Wisconsin! A General Time rb-ai-e Rapids, who led 150 men injexecutive said the dials andvlUTe VVOilttfiS the successful fight, said involved in its case willing to let the senate bej Slappey gave this account the jury, which under thejof the case: rules they would be. I would Two Negro couples from stance. welcome him trying it." This Is the Bust of the Late Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy which was uneviled today at the Outagamie county courthouse. The bust, in twice life size, was given to the county by Kerr McCarthy on behalf of thousands of individuals and organizations which contributed to a McCarthy fund. Dedication talks were given by Sen. Styles Bridges (R-N.H.) and. County Florida A and M were park-! Board Chairman Alvin Fulcer. Sculptor Suzanne were indications a "fire bug" started the blaze. 'were imported a long time or six years ago" Klugow said several stands and wer used only in repair- of oak and pine were destroy-jing watches, not in those new- ed, but for the most part theily manufactured. fire raged in brush and cut- He said none of the import- ed parts had been used since over country. The second blaze was be- the AEC's inspection and the twcen Redgranite and Lohr- firm intends to follow AEC in- ville in Waushara county. Instructions in disposal of the developed when a rural dumpistock. fire spread out of control and Laboratory Tested Longer Vacations va- cations are in store for Wis- consin state employes as the result of a bill signed into law Friday by Gov. Gaylord Nel- son. The law provides two weeks burned over 200 acres. Four An Elgin official said "the rural fire departments ex- luminous dial watches sold by tinauished the blaze about 6J Elgin were laboratory tested m I to instire that the radiation Several homes were threat-jlcvel is well within safe limits. ened but firemen beat backlThe company had not been in- the names before the dwell-; formed by the Swiss supplier damaged. There that strontium 90 was the lum- three after one weeks after five and four after 20. The previous maximum vacation for state employes was three weeks. of irresponsibility" in calling) white Dr. Michael Rosenbluth of alongside. Capehart told a news an automobile gilvercruys Stevenson said her interpretation of Mc- Carthy depicts him as a composite of youth and age. Courthouse Memorial men pulled up New York to ask about treat- At shotgun point the white men demanded that the two! j- j r ;nien aeinanaeu menls directed for his paucnLjo Morse has contended he ofthe Negfo brok sought to reach Dr. Rosen-, and ran and succeeded in get. bluth's father, in the away_ The four drovc off that the elder doctor was the other girl inlo a longer Mrs. Luce's area seycrai miles He got the younger of the campus. All four who informed him his father: raped had died. ing were no injuries Detroit Trades Hoeft to Bosox mous agent used in the im- ported watches." The Bulova company said in U. S. Decides to Postpone Three Major Space Shots Capehart said Morse, a for-'Arthur Reported to be 'Excellent' Bust of Joe McCarthy Mixture of Youth, Age BY JACK GI-ASNER SUff Writer The bust of the late Sen. Joseph McCarthy unveiled to- day in the Outagamie county courthouse is a composite of his youth and the eyes I Belgian relief at the Universi- jty of Wisconsin in 1916. The sculptor chose bronze for the bust because "Joe i called for strength, for rug- gedness I could not see him age seenijn she comments, of a gifted! Cubans May Ask Leniency For Rebels Panama Cuban vaders of Panama who iur- rendered without firing a arrived in the capital cap- lives during the night In eight heavily guarded buses. Informed sources said Fidel Castro's Cuban embassy 'may seek leniency lor the small band who threw themselves Ion the mercy of the Panaman- 'ian courts in laying down their) arms. Hundreds of curious Pana- manians silentiy watched 87 prisoners one a woman- marched into jail. What To'Do They will be questioned be- fore the government decides what to do with them. A source with official con- necticsis reported anti-govern- ment forces operating near the Caribbean coastal town of Ndmbre de Dios where the main group of the Cuban In- vaders gave up yesterday. National guardsmen report- ed rounding up five Invad- ers who fled into the hills be- fore the surrender was signed. A patrol skirmished later with rebels near the coastal village of Garrote between Nombra de Dios and Portobelo. Shots were fired without apparent casualties. The strength of the rebelf was not determined. First ports did not indicate whether were Panamanians' who lave been waging attacks against the meht for weeks or new foreign Invaders. e back of the Cuban-bat- ed expedition was twiiwvad broken, however. 'We Were Wrong' The bedraggled band of rev- olutionists said they came to Panama on being told the country was ruled by a dicta- torship "but we w r wrong." Panama aided by U. S. planes patrolling coast kept on the alert against the danger of mora invasions. Justice Minister J. D. Of.- zan said the government wall still on the lookout for more invasion ships which re- portedly left a Cuban port. But, he said, "they may turned back in view of the failure, of the first expedi- tion." The surrender of the party that landed in Panama last weekend was carried out un- der the eyes of a fact-finding team of the 21-nation organi- zation of American Legislature to Hear Governor's Building Plans Legislative in- terest next week will center on a major phase of Gov. Gay- lord Nelson's state building lent" condition this Suzanne Silver- the time being, the United States the Columbia Presbyterianjcruys Stevenson composite of Sen. Mc- Carthy as youth and age is a program. Introduced by the joint II- realistic one, she feels, adding nance committee, a bill out- ithat McCarthy was like that session. Detroit The Detroit Tigers traded pitcher Billy Oshkosh native- today to the Boston Red Won't Change for utility infielder Ted Lep-! Assure Chiang U.S. cio and right-handed pitcher Graham Par- sons, who becomes U. S. as- still." Work In Progress New York that it had postponed three important space shots two probes; medical center, where he is, of the bust which is on ,i. venus and satcllite to swing as high as recovering from an operation sculptors1'" i for lung cancer. ;llle 3 miles. A bulictjn jssucd by the hos-'terminology Mrs. Sloven-! In describing her -Engineering difficulties in both the payload and ,al 7 a m. Kairt Godfrey's'son says .-he thinks its best with the senator, vehicle system was the by the national aeronautics The probes at cloud-shrouded Venus had been set for; contacts lining a short range program will be aired by that commit- tee .Tuesday. The entire hear- ing session will be devoted to FL MU1M IIJI >J y IHJ.T es in both the payload and al a m said Godfrey's'son says .-ho thinks its bestvvilh the governor on April 2 in I e only reason given for the delay; condition "continues, to be ex- portions arc the beginnings of.son says she had one meeting] th legislature of ics and space administration. adding that he smile about the.lips and him when she building pro had boon set forjspcnd "a comfortable determination, courage ar.d iurcmcnts of his head. She] June. Now they'll have to wait at least 18 months, yosterday afternoon. Gc-dfrey was out of bed sadness around the eyes. Black Marble worked from many photc graphs, furnished by Jean Dave Sisler der isisistant secretary of state for cause the planet .swings away from earth and won't be in; The 55-year-old radio and! arlist is evcr satisfiedjKerr McCarthy, and from a L ifar eastern affairs July lt has a good position apain until .i.id-January, 1961. (television star was a work _ you television coverage victories this] assured President Chiang j One of the Venus probes was intended to go near the a medical bulletin evory she says.jof hearings and attending other decision. The Tigers Lary got the Kai-shek_and_ ist leaders present U. S. pol- the American icy toward the government are 2-14 in league, and Hoeft is 1-1 for the season. Lepcio, although used in- frequently this season, has a .333 batting average. Sisler has worked in three games. here will be maintained. an attempt to put ana on past 11. ine winer was m UK an 
                            

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