Appleton Post Crescent, May 4, 1959

Appleton Post Crescent

May 04, 1959

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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 4, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 56 48 A, B. C. D AmfTON-NttNAHJMENASHA, MOMQAY. MAY Red Attache's Leapto Escape Fails in Burma Mann Named To State Girl's Body Found __ MysterY off Missing Welfare Group Family Held Vancouver, Wash. (ft their 1 As Mrs. Jean Kerr McCarthy, widow of the late Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, watches, two honor marine corps guards unveil the bust of her husband in the Outagamie county courthouse where he was circuit court judge 13 years ago. Next to Mrs. McCarthy is Sen. Styles Bridges (R. who gave the dedica- tion address to about 500 people gathered on the courthouse lawn.. At extreme right is Circuit Judge Andrew W. Parnell, chairman of the dedication cere- mony. The marines are Capt. R. E. Jones, left, and First Sgt. Lawrence Sepulveda, both of Oshkosh. Dr.LB.McBainJoe Worked to Establish Alertness to Communists Succumbs at 53 General Practitioner Dies Unexpectedly At Home Sunday Dr. Louis B. McBain, 53, well-known jgenersl practition- er, died unexpectedly at his home, 81 Cherry .court, at 4 p.m. Sunday. He died of an apparent coro- nary heart attack. 'Contribution Will Live Declares New England Senator BY JACK GLASNER SUff Writer Dr. L. B. McBain Seeks Curb on Surplus Wheat Benson Expresses Concern Over Government Costs Washington (in Sec. of urday. continued, Wisconsin lost Agriculture Benson made a Sen. Bridges dedicated of the most Prominent new appelS today for congres- bust of McCarthy, donated by men ln actftn designed to halt thousands of individuals and same time- the country lost ai nf organizations, which stands truly courageous fighter and accumulation of in the mam entrance lobby Jost a valued friend' surplus wheat, the Outagamie county court- "Joe McCarthy was myj He told a meeting of the nousB. as well as my col- newspaper Farm Editors as- The Issuer- As senators, we soclation that tnere _s w_ Although Sen. McCarthy ln contact for over a died before reaching his 50th decade, and no one was in a birthday, the New Hampshire bettcr Position than I was to OI senator said, "his contnbu- observe him during his serv- lic_. of Ulc n just for ourselves, but for all civilization. We must be dedi- McCarthy's great cotitribu-'cated to Producing strong, tion to America was his ef- positive leadership _ men .fort to establish an alertnessiwho wU1 go down with colors Born Oct. 28, 1905, in Grandjagamst a communist flghtingT to Rapids, Mich., Dr. McBam _ _____ ___ Bridges (R-N.H.) told be-1 Served Country tween 400 and 500 people Sat-l Two years ago, Bridges nvpr thp ovti me Gov. Gaylord Nelson Replaces Veteran, Mrs. H. L. Garner MtidUon Burma Madsion Two new mem- bers of the state board of pub- lic welfare including John P. Mann, Appleton superintend-] ent of schools, were chosen today by. Gov. Gaylord Nel- son. Mann was named to suc- ceed Mrs. H. L. Garner, vet- eran member of the group, who desired to retire. The governor also chose Mrs. Wallace Lamoe of Mil- waukee, wife of a newspaper editor, to succeed Earl M. Hale, Eau Claire book pub- lisher and widely known Re- publican. Nelson reappointed Dr. William Studley, a Mil- waukee psychiatrist, to a new term. Makes Policy The board controls policy for the huge department of public directed by Wilbert Schmidt. It has charge of expenses for wel- fare services amounting to almost million a year. Among the institutions in its charge are the state reforma- tory near Green Bay and the Winnebago State hospital near Oshkosh Nelson said Mann was chos- en on recommendation of a panel of welfare experts. Mrs. Lamoe, a political lib- Turn to Page D5, Col. 1 Cloudburst Takes Life Cottage Falls Into Hole; Woman Dead, 3 Persons Injured Ste. Marie, Mich. Vancouver, Wash. UK The body of a little girl found in swift current of a Columbia river slough, porvided a probable solu- to the baffling mybtery of the missing Ken Martin family of Portland. Susan Virginia Plans are being formed for another search of the miles of wooded canyons which break the high cliffs of the upnver Columbia riv- er gorge. The body, found yesterday and identified as that of 11- year-old Susan Martin, had been in the water for a con- siderable time, said Coro- ner Paul Mylan. It may have been submerged since Dec. 7 disappearance of Ken Martin, 54, his wife, 43, and their three young daughters -Barbara, 14, Virginia, 13, and Susan. Police, who have run down scores of clues in the 5- month-old case, believe that the Martin car plunged off the highway into the Col- umbia river or one of its tributaries, the body of Su- san apparently floated free of the wreckage in the spring current and was washed to a backwater slough near Camas, Wash., a few miles east of this low- er Columbia river city. No Foul Play Seen Dr. E. A. Waterman, the Martin's examined the body and said he was certain it was that of the missing girl. There were six fillings in four teeth, the same as the work Dr. Wa- terman had done for Susan. The body was clad in red and white striped pedal pushers and a quilted coat. Friends and relatives of the Martins said Susan was wearing similar pedal pushers the day the farrily vanished and thai the coat belonged to Virginia. Turn to Page Col. 2 Rushed to Plane Bound For Russia Rangoon. Burma --UB..... A Soviet military attache wtw apparently had tried to cape by leaping frotn pital window was flown out of Rangoon on a plane yesterday. A screen of 40 hefty Rus- sians from the Soviet sy roughed up newsmen tad Woman Won Freedom Nearly 11 Yean Ago New York Mrs. Ok- sana Kasenkina, a Russian school teacher, jumped to freedom from a third-floor window of the Russian sulate here almost 11 years ago. Mrs. Kascnkina, now 83, lives in seclusion. Then a teacher for chil- dren of Russian officials here, she had been ordered back to Russia and was be- ing detained at the consu- late when she made the leap. She was allowed to stay In this country, and she be- came a U. S. citizen two years ago. Dillon Appeals for Foreign Aid Program Fulbright Predicts Warm Welcome for Herter's Top Aide by Senate Committee Washington C. Doug- las Dillon presents President Eisenhower's case for a pro- Fulbright said senate approv al "is a foregone conclusion.' Eisenhower nominated Dillon last week to the No. 2 ranking foreign aid to the senate today in! vacated when Christian A his new role as the state de- Ilcrtcr was named to replace partment's No. 2 man. Dillon appears before the senate foreign relations corn- John Foster Dulles as secre tary of slate. Fulbright said the commit tion to our way forever. of life will Turn to Page 10, Col. 1 Truman Rejects n survival of this country as a nation. We are not doing it White House Bid Washington President Ml-A woman weekend guest mittce. Chairman J. will not waive for Dillon anrt tnrcc Oiher Fulbright (D-Ark) predicted as ll dld "orter Us rule The secretary said congress ons were Sunriaylln advance he would be a 6'day bcfore prevenled them from ques- tioning him. Sources at the hospital said the the attache was Col. hail I. Stryguine, who appaiv ently wanted to get political asylum in The bassy neither confirmed nor denied published reports of his identily. slightly built, haggard looking man was brought to the airport in a Soviet sy car minutes before a Chi- nese communist transport plane look off for Kummlng and Peiping. He hustled aboard with such haste that most of his personal baggaga was left behind. A weeping woman Turn to Page 9 Col. 3 Sidney Franklin Badly Wounded Juarez, Mexico bullfighter has shown little progress dealing with this problem. Talks Open Tuesday Benson announced at the same time the list of foreign wncn a cottage'toppled into a warm welcome. iholding hearings on diploma- Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 Was a physician and surgeon practicing in partnership with Dr. James W. Laird since 1949. A graduate of the Univer-j 83. Gary H. Malchow, 5 sity of Wisconsin Medical m Austin avenue, Neenah. school in 1929, Dr. McBain, R4 paul R 2 lived in Appleton since 1936. _ _ A He served in the army from DePere street, Menasha. 1941 to 1945, reaching the rank (Stories on Page D-6) of He was a member of the Outagamie County Medical With Racket society, the Wisconsin State Medical society, the Xational Mediral society. Riverview Country club and the First Methodist church. He w as a past president of Turn to D5, Col. 6 burst. Flood waters from the I storm apparently had dug aj i r 'hole in the sand beneath the CIPA trt Eisenhower invited former Jn a food-for-peace conference MTe I HreOT TO .t ,m nnpmnff 1 a. nnmmaiinnc a u c i o r iQfiay as a 30-foot hole after a cloud- The senate has nor yet act- nominations, wounded. A dying bull gored i___i nA nn Pli Mrvn'c nrnmnt inn hil me CirC-UmfilalH-es HOL __ cd on Dillon's promotion, but secretary. President Truman to a White House stag dinner for Sir lhe invitation of this_ country Winston Churchill Wednesday wavs of moving evening but Truman has sent rf neecly this lodav AUon'ding thi, 2-day confer- M- ttus loda.v, rankmtr of Icanaba, mother of throe chil- Pre-sidontial Press Sec. James iaK-nf Arirpntina Australia Idrcn, drowned. Rescuers hadi C. Hagerty said Truman in- i'tl'lls OIrt Ham off waters to recover1 northern 735 formed Eisenhower that he France and Fe A her body, iland dampened by as a general prac- jhas a New York engagement Nations Pood and Ag- hoiisp stood at the too showers. Chief Forest oo TirMiltnrp nrffani7nf inn will ho 4 ne IHIUM muuu ai me 'that evening. As five occupants were A rant sleeping at 6 30 a m the frame house fell in f ritirnl (By The Associated Press With only a few acres of the Fulbright said noting that in Herter's case action was speeded to give him full ranking in advance Franklin was described by a doctor today as v gravely Franklin, 55, twice yesterday in the Plaza Moumental ring. Dr. Rodriguez Miranda, who operated on Franklin at the of a foreign ministers' del Perpctuo Socorro, ing in Paris last week. Theisaid the matador suffered action also demonstrated con-'hroken veins and extensive gre.ss' backing for the new internal bleeding after the bull's left horn penetrated 12 Fulbright said he considers, inches into Franklin's groin the 6-day rule a good one 'and ripped through the mus- Wisconsin's wood- which he said "should be ob- Malik Goes Home to Discuss Geneva Talks London Soviet Slam Gamblers Ran Crop Gome in 3 States riculture Organization will be represented by its director- general, Dr. B. R. Sen. Hearing Ordered For Accused Killer Washington The cles in his shoulder. Reports Robbery of in Gems Neil LeMay urged In his new position, Dillon caution by fishermen nnd'will continue to specialize in at Iroquois Point about 25 others m preventing new fire foreign aid and similar mat-j jvcw A diamond miles we.st'of here ioutbreaks. as he did in the No. 3 post dealer told police was held "H was like H 'bad night-' He said no new had of under secretary for econo- up and kidnaped today, then marc said Hal Smith 38 been reported to his office at mic affairs. In that role he had robbed of his briefcase con- Sault Ste Mane furniture''Tomahawk Sunday but crew.s In that role he had prc-, taming worth of gemi su- and' owncr of the cot- st-lU kfP1- eyps nn several viou.sly appeared before thej and necklaces. He was wound- Rockford, za restaurants in Rockford police have linked two slam Sunday after receiving a pa- .gamblers to a 4-man floating thologists' report that Burton 'an wrote 1 o tin fin TOX'l P. 1. j. bassador Jacob Malik leffto-lcrap game racket they said had oaten Italian-style food ion joined by Dc.forc his death. furlor. (lark, and sand and water up to his Burton is a former Milwau- Frankfurter also wrote a sep-uaist. Neighbors used a rope preme court today ordered a ismoldennR fires which had house foreign affairs before" being dumped from fedeial court hcvn ing for smith said he and his'becn brought under control, 'mittee, which is nearmg the a car. he in, accused killer of six gu'osK sleeping and1 He termed conditions in the wmdup of hearings on forcigni Julius Furst, 50, Manhat- persons, who is under dcalh "everyone was hurled central and northern areas aid. jtan, said he was about to en- sentence in Indiana, through the air and seemed to still very hazardous, with Former President Harry S.'ter the West Side Airlines ter- Justice Bionnan delivered )and m one corner of the liv- some spots critical. ,Truman will be the final pub- minal building, on Forty-see- the 5-4 decision Justice Har- room i I-eMay said 31 now fires "c witness before thp house ond street between Ninth and dissenting opm- Donald' Cocella, 32, Green'wore reported Saturday in Rroup Tuesday. It then avenues, when a gun- day for Moscow to confer was operating in Illinois, In- with Kremlin leaders on the foreign ministers' conference opening in Gen- eva next Monday. Malik told reporters at Lon- diana and Wisconsin. British capital. Stories, Pictures Show Dedication Oi McCarthy Bust the official dedication of the "heroic" sized bust of the late Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy were held Sat- urday at the Outagamie county courthouse. Today's Post-Crescent presents the complete story of these ceremonies. Included are and stories about the sculp- tor, Mrs. Suzanne Silver- Sheriff Ivor Johnson of Win- nebago county said Sunday his deputies were seeking two don airport he- d'id' not'Vnowimcn believed to make up the when ho would return to the of the Had Crooked Dice These men, said Johnson, apparently supplied crooked dice to Donald L Burton, 22 jof Peoria, and Joseph Patrick [Greco, 21, of Rockford. Bur- ]ton and Greco were found 'strangled early Saturday, their 'bodies stuffed into the trunk of Greco's car. About The ceremonies marking pair of crooked dice and several decks of playing cards in the auto. The sheriff saW believes a "hard loser" or someone who caught the men cheating was the slayer. Arrested at Green Bay Johnson said Burton and Greco were arrested about a month ago in Green Bay, Wis., on a charge of stealing a 500 check from a participant cruys Stevenson; the sena- jin a crap game at Rice Lake, tor's widow, Mrs. Jean jWis. The change was dropped McCarthy, and Sen. Styles Bridges of New Hamp- dedication .ipf-akfr. ijcecan. 'arate dissenting opinion. Ito pull him out. the check wai returned Johnson tbe men might hare been in parched woods, the worst out- 1wo days of closed heanngs'man forced him into an auto of the year. before starting actual work] mobile where another man Forest rangers, sheriff's the authorization bill'waited. In a struggle to retain pos- session of his briefcase, Furst said, the gunman's weapon went off and he was put out of the car. Furst, suffering a shoulder wound, staggered into a lunchroom and policy were called. deputies and volunteers i urday checked a fiercely 'burning that had onrlan-'Court Says Health Polly Bergen in J: Condition Search Warrant, Washington su- iprome court today approved h from a prognancy. j rnorc wno nad boen I.t-r husband, F r e d d i refllsinR to ad_ 'Flirts, said her illness lo his home cjty neaUh isitates Miss Bergen s wno had no gejirch idiate withdrawal a star of the warrant Broadway musical "First Im- Juslic; Frankfurter wrote the majority opinion which pressions. The sultry-voiced TV and stage performer is being giv-[ en a series of "definitive tests'' at Mount Sinai hospi- tal. Tier physicians, Drs. ert Felrtman and Osserman issued a Vlatemenl declaring she "is seriously ill and suffering the said, "In light of the long history of this kind of Inspec- tion and of modern needs, we cannot say that the carefully circumscribed demand which Maryland here makes an ap- mt's Baltimore home brief owner) freedom has deprived Rob- him of due of Douglas said in hit Sweat Out Summer Wisconsin V a r i a bla cloudiness with scattered tonight. Cooler weather will over northweit tonight Mid over most of the state by late Tuesday. Low tures tonight 48 to M north- west to ffa wutlMMrt. OHU look for Wednesday: Portly cloudy and cooler, ApeMMi turet for tlw M-tww ending at pl.Jtow ft. n.m., ,possibility of severe compli- dissent that "the decisitm to- tf> 1, Alft and crap fames tn other Illinois Indiana pities. Megan of EWSPAPER Three Yrtmgftari Were found early Sunday after being the near Ocean Ore. Left to right, ruddling their dog AWM Gall, It witli kYOtawrs Jlntav Lee, S, and Tf 16 hours in cations arising frrmt a preg- nancy." Miss Berfen fn tna day greatly dilutes the right of privacy whteli every hwiw owner had the right to part mat ;

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