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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 5, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               APPLETON POST VOL L No. 57 Open Brood Probe Kamps Hears Into Threat From Nuclear Fallouts Expert Sees Increase in Bone Cancer Washington The radi- ation-charged debris from nu- clear weapons tests conducted so far might cause to 000 additional bone cancer cases in 70 years, congress was told today. That testimony, from Dr. Charles L. Dunham, director of the atomic energy commis- sion's division of biology and radiation subcommittee into the reportedly rising threat from radioactive fallout. But the scientist quickly qualified his figures. He said they only represent- ed findings under "one cur- rent theory" and "of course there may be no additional cases at all. Fail to Agree D u n h a m's perhaps-and- maybe summation was a sam- Iran's Ruler Welcomed by British Queen London ihah of Iran received a glittering wel- come today from Queen Eli- zabeth II and top ministers in her government. The handsome, 39-year-old shah is here for a 3-day state visit and then a private holi- day of two weeKfrfublic at- tention will be focused on his continuing search for a new wife and his position as one of the west's few allies in the! Middle East. Crowds massed 10 deep in the bright spring sunshine to watch the young queen, dress- ed in pale blue, greet the shah at London's Victoria station. Dressed in a dark blue uni- form splashed with gold braid, the shah saluted and bowed over the queen's hand.I OfEffortsto Find Brother State Department Explains Action In Armenia Affair BY FEANCES tot-Crwwl R a y m end Kamps, New London, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kamps, of Coleman, today expressed satisfaction that the state de- partment was doing "every Ambassador Asks Khrushchev Washington Nikita Khrushchev himself has been asked what happened to 11 American airmen whose plane went down over Soviet Armenia last Septem- ber. U.S. Ambassador Llewel- lyn Thompson discussed the matter with the Russian premier Monday on order from President Eisenhower. Details of the discussion were not made public. Ike Asks 'Good Sense' In Steel Wage Talks pie of the big reason for hold- A troop of honor from theith} Dossible' ing the hearings. Scientists First battalion of Grenadier tmng disagree among themselves on Guards stood stiffly at atten- just how much fallout there tion throughout the cere-] The two rulers formation on. to obtain in- his brother, Airman Harold, in is, and on what menace it pre- sents to people now living and their unborn children. The legislators are trying to find answers to guide congres- sional policy toward such mat- ters as this nation's own weapons tests, any precaution- ary measures that may be taken, and the U.S. approach in the negotiations now going on for a pact with the Soviet Union on a halt to testing. The extent of the disagree- ment among scientists and others was pointed up by a court action here only yester- day. In that case 39 persons including Dr. Linus Pauling, Nobel prize winning chemist of the California Institute of Technology, seek a ban on any further U.S. weapons trails. Contending there is no consti- Turn to Page Col. 4 mony an air Soviet1 c, left for Buckingham palace' Alpema on Sept. 2 1958 in a procession or ornamented! Bodies of six of the 17 pas- old carriages. Spurned Red Pact The British government's welcome was calculated to show that Britain admires the Iranian's refusal to bow to Soviet pressure. His .govern sengers have been found, but to date there is no informa- tion on the remaining 11 air- men. Kamps made his statement following a 2-hour conference with Congressmen Melvin R. ment recently refused to sign Laird of Marshfield and John a non-aggression pact with Russia and instead joined the United States in a new de- fense agreement. The Rus- sians retaliated with a'Steady propaganda barrage. His visit will include a gala ballet performance at the Co- vent Garden opera house, an exchange' of state dinners at the palace and the Iranian embassy, and a tour of the atomic energy installation at Harwell. Goldwater Makes Survey Sees Nixon as 1960 Republican Nominee Republi- can who has checked on his party's prospects in 22 states says that as of today Vice President Nixon is the hands- down favorite for the I960 GOP presidential nomination. Sen. Barry Goldwater of has visited. California is Nix- on's home state. Sen. John F. Kennedy (D- Hope to Reach Agreement on Mew Contract Negotiators Aim M Accord Without U. S. Intervention New York Leaders of J.S. Steel corporation and the United Steelworkers union said today after an opening bargaining session they hope o reach a new contract agree- ment speedily in negotiations without government interven- ion. The comment came from R. W. Brynes of Green Bay who had called in two state de- Turn to Page 4, Col. 1 Tells of Payoff To Settle Dispute Washington Ufi T e Thackrey, former New York' City newspaper publisher, swore today he paid an un- derworld figure to set- tle a 1949 labor dispute with a newspaper deliverers union, and regarded it as a shake- down. Irving Bitz, the alleged mobster, and Joseph Simons, former president of the union whom Thackrey linked with the payoff, invoked the fifth amendment when ask e d whether they received the from the now defunct New York Compass. Both said answers might incrimin- ate them. Simons, former president of the Newspaper and Mail De- who has been cam-jliverers union of New York paigning in California for sup-'and vicinity, set off a row port of his expected bid for. 'with the senate rackets pay- AP WlrephcU President Eisenhower Bends xdose for a word with Sir Winston Churchill in the back seat of the pres- idential limousine as they leave National Airport in Washington. Sir Winston arrived in the capital in the president's personal plane for a 3-day visit. Churchill Here to Visit Eisenhower Greets Briton At Airport in Washington Washington A senti- mental journey has brought Sir Winston Churchill to Wash- ington once again "to see some of my comrades of war- time days." Sir Winston, now 84, step- ped slowly and carefully from to Moscow for conferences with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Churchill's last visit to this Hints at Possibility of U. S. Action; Puts Summit Parley Up to Ministers Washington President Eisenhower today 'called on steel contract negotiators to show good sense and states- manship lest they set off an- other inflationary surge. He said the American people couldn't stand idly by and let themselves get hurt. This suggestion that a new wage price spiral could force he deplores government idea oi intervention or came at a news conference at which Eisenhower also said: 1. A summit conference will move to control wages and prices is contrary to the American system. He added emphatically that all 175 million Americans are vitally interested in this situ- ation and are not going stand aside and see selves hurt. Asked whether he feels for- mer President Truman has be a foregone conclusion evading his invitations the foreign ministers confer-jto the White Ho Eisen. ence beginning next weeki. A opens the way to easing east- hower rePlied he wanted west tensions. make one thing clear. When- onrad Cooper, chief U.S. Steel negotiator, and Presi- dent David J. McDonald of the union. President Eisenhower ust hinted at a Washington news conference that the gov- ernment might have to inter- vene if the negotiations seem- ed headed toward creating a new wage-price spiral. hower The president urged good Soviet sense and wisdom on the part of both the steel industry and ;he union. Cooper and McDonald pledg-i ed in comments to newsmen to follow these principles In their talks. Other Firms Affected Negotiations got under way here with Bethlehem, Repub- lic and Kaiser Steel compan- ies as well as with U.S. Steel, the industry's top producer 2. He regards Lewis Strauss Iever he anyone on as a valuable public servant' personal of the utmost integrity, andied from a formal invitation- he always emphasizes he will understand if the man invited is unable to attend. Those invited have a right without question to send re- grets if attendance would cause them inconvenience. The exchange was against the background of Eisenhow- Turn to Page 4, Col. 2 Premier Quits Jordan Post I feels a low point will be reach- jed if personal antagonisms by senators defeat Strauss' nom- ination to be secretary of com- merce. Price Spiral Issue In speaking of a possible summit conference, Eisen- said once P r e m i again that e r Nikita Eight other sets tiona with other Khrushchev is the only man who can deal authoritatively or Russia. Eisenhower was asked how much progress there would have to be at the Geneva for- eign ministers conference be- ginning Monday to justify a later meeting at the sum- mit. The president replied tha he wasn't in a position to give a specific reply, but doe tomorrow and country was in when as prime begin here Thursday. Eventually, the dozen firms will let a 4-man team speak with a similar union group to bargain out the agreement. Present industry pacts expire June 30 with the possibility of an industry wide strike loom- ing on July 1. Cooper and McDonald indi- cated strong hope, however, they could reach a avoiding agreement. Cooper. of negotia- hope for 8ome progress a steel firms Geneva. Any development there which gives enlarged hope for decreasing east-west tensions would mean, Eisenhower said, that a later summit session was a foregone conclusion. The conference brought these comments from Eisen- hower on other matters: Eisenhower said anew that came for a series of official conferences with Eisenhower. June, 1954, lsajd after the opening minister he nour v s steel Ike Gives Strauss two- bargaining, the 1960 Democratic by declaring he want- tial nomination, said there led to call Thackrey "a liar" with the senate rackets persons welcomed him at Arizona, chairman of the Re-jthat Rockefeller would makeland tlle pay-off charges "just publican senatorial campaign committee, said he has found little active support for Gov. "a very formidable" candi- date if nominated by the Re- publicans. Rockefeller has avoided ad- fantastic." Nelson Rockefeller of New York as a possible nominee, jding publicly to the ipecula- ''If the convention were be- tion over his possible candi- Ing held today, there is no dacy but Goldwater said indi- doubt in my mind that interested in getting would win the New York governor into hands Goldwater said, the race have been making "Of course, conditions Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 sfttttoj-JarwSSE Turn to Page 4, Col. 5 Live Animal to be Sent Into Space Miami Beach, Fla. The United States will fire a Washington's National air- port. His voice was clear and vig- reminder of the days when he rallied his country- men and their allies during the dark days of World war] II. For Cabinet Job Washington (tfi Presi- Personal Visit session "we've had a serious, friendly commence- ment. Both sides recognize the importance of the problem and the necessity of Eisenhower said today at sound an dhonorable a point will be reach- elusions led personal antagonisms Asked about Eisenhower's .defeat the nomination of news conference comments, iLewis Strauss as secretary of Cooper said: 'I'm sure we would very much like to do our job our- selves. It's our responsibility. ilive animal, probably an like to discharge it." The Churchill wit was there jnto spacc within the next McDonaid sajd he agreed 85. Roland E. Polasek, 36, 67 too, as he remarked: "I always love coming to America, but I shall not Law son street, Menasha. as most people who are trav- 86. Douglas D. nowadays abnut can 'surveys at the local political 34, Waupaca. change and a lot will depend I levels. on what Nixon himself says I. "Some of the pros are talk- days, says the chief of the army's space program. Maj. Gen. John B. Medaris, with that Both sides exchanged state- ments of their respective eco- commerce. Eisenhower told his nevvs conference that he regards Strauss, former chairman of the atomic energy commis- sion, a valuable public servant of the utmost integri- ty. has Strong Man III Health ct Prompting Move Amman, Jordan Pre- mier Samir Rifai, a ian Arab strong man, resigned today on grounds of 111 health. A palace source said King Hussein accepted the reslgna- ion and entrusted Royal Court minister Hazza Majall, former premier, with the ask of forming a new ment. Rifai has held the hip four times in the last 14 His latest government was formed May 18, 1958. He was in charge during the sum- mer crisis in the Middle East when British troops were dis- jatched to Jordan and U.S. orces to Lebanon. The British trained pxecu- ive has also served as foreign minister, defense minister and cputy premier of this desert ingdom. Pair, 4 Children Drown in Illinois Heyworth, III. An after-school boat outing on a flooded gravel pit tragedy yesterday turned to when the and does in the next year." No Better Prospect ing about Rockefeller but I don't think they have too Goldwater said that "as of much encouragement among Wales, Wis. he is backing Nixon's and file Republicans bid for the nomination. He.Goldwater said. "In that said he could change his mind group there is an awful lot of 87. Carl J. Rodefer, 23, Mil waukee. 88. F. LeMieux, Strauss' appointment commander of the army unionibeen under attack by some j craft capsized and a Heyworth i 'nance missile command, didjclaimmg it is entitled to a Democratic senators. Sen. and four of their young .world seem to thing, nol say yesterday what wage increase and'Clinton P. Anderson (D-NM) Ichildren drowned. i of animal would ride in concessions and the in-! yesterday accused Strauss ofj A fisherman who heard Eisenhower grinned cone of a Jupiter missile, maintaining that any he indicated the best guess new wage costs would spur ln_ "but I haven't seen any better sentiment for Nixon.' 89. Robert McGHnn, Green Bay. (Story on Page A12) 43, Body of Lynching Victim Taken Ouf of River in Mississippi ithe crowd laughed, at this ap- parent reference to another be g monkey. 'wartime figure Lord Mont-, of the comjng ven. IlaUon- gomery retired British field tufe at a s conference. marshal, cnticized American The lalinchitlg wlll be an_, leadership in a television pro- other step m the program; gram just before a recent tnpiaimed to put a man in An effort will be made to re- cover the nose cone after it plunges earthward through the atmosphere and determine how the ape fared. using "unqu a 1 i f i e d false- hoods" in defending his ac- tions as head of the AEC. candidate yet." The Arizona senator has vis- ited nearly every section of the nation since last January in efforts to help rebuild the, party organization for next1 year's senate races. He said he found relatively more interest m Rockefeller's candidacy in California than In any of the other states he La. Discov-t ery of the body of Parker nf iv.lle Miss 1 v n c h victim" "Uhout wc.ghts or any other 25 savagely beat the 23- by vine. Miss., lyncn victim, J yoar Parker, dragged bec 'spurred the 1 California Boys Found Strangled An Advertising First for frSc Post-Crescent Today's Post Crescent has something new in the field of advertising. Each paper includes a special FHESHrap waxed paper insert. The inserts were preprint- ed at the manufacturing point with a sales message, then the wax coating was applied. The rolls were cut to fit the Post-Crescent's press- es, mounted and webbed through the giant machine in the same -manner as newsprint. This is with a new twist. The company's sales message presented on a sample of the product. Another example of how your newspaper FBI to fresh forts today to find his kidnap slayers. San Two Mack gloves. Mobsmen d u m p e d ville jail, about 20 miles from small boys were strangled, Parker's body into the Peatlhorc- shortly after midnight sheriff's officers said today, tho.r mother's boy friend dragged because he considered them ef- aUcmPt to prevent discovery. him screammg down the step.s "beyond control." The night raiders who drag- from his third story cell and The little victims, Virgil Parker from the Poplar- threw him into a waiting car. f-ce BroRdan, Jr., 5, and i The Negro's body offered ville jail by his heels stripped His fellow prisoners said he David Wayne Brogdon, 3, of 'few clues to bolster the search Parker of all his clothes t-x- yelled he was innocent as the Rookford_, 111 were taken in- after an FBI agent and cept an undershirt and a pair men took him from the jail, to the mountains on a sup- i Mississippi highway patrol-of shorts. j Searched River posed outing. iman dragged it from the re- The coroner at Bogalusa's' Warrants charging the mob Then, the sheriff's account) iceding waters of the Pearlidiarity hospital did not re- with kidnaping already were addod. they were taken from !river near Bogalusa yester- lease the results of an autop- on file, but Pearl River conn- the car one at a time andj !day. >sy. He didn't say how Parker ty. Miss., officials said last strangled by Archie Mcrriam, Identity Confirmed Idied, except to report a bad night new charges had been 33- Tne mother was not pres- It did pin down fate of on the right side of the'filcd against the men. ,ent- 23-year old Lumberton truck head. Officers had believed from' Men-Jam and the mother, driver who had been charged! Results of the autopsy were the fiisi that Parker's body'Mrs- Brogdon, 33, with the rape of a pregnant expected to be announced in probably would be found in arrested today at the white woman. Since his ab- Poplarville this afternoon. ,the Pearl river or one of the nome of a sister, Mrs. Mar- duction April 25, his violent! No one attempted to estl- streams In the area. 'garet Schmitter, in suburban death had been supposition mate hov long the body hadj Special FBI Agent Valley. and speculation. The FBI in Washington con- been in the water, but it had been bleached until ft was Im- firmed identity of the body, i possible to tell if it was Negro J Edgar Hoover, FBI The FBI made its tor, had ordered a speciallidentificati'm by the finger- hunt for Parker and Mt Irnch n. The moft apparently felt prints of the right hand. A nang of elffttt w ten men Bachman Highway and Patrol Mississippi Chief Bill Hood Nad directed the search FBI agents, called into the case the first day, questioned people in the Bogaluta area the first days after the ahdvc- wearing masks and w h 11 titton. What thty was curt e a 1 a d masfta aad glortt troke Jala the Paplar-inever GiVfOfirVScrofcfiMf In 10-Story screams for help and saw thrashing victims dived into the waters and rescued a fifth child. He thought he had sav- ed another, but she was dead when he reached shore. Another child, 12, watched the scene from shore. The victims were Lawrence Bradley, 35, a factory worker; his wife, Betty, 33. and four of their children, Laura Jean, 3, Deborah, 7, Danny, 4, and Florence, 2. Skin divers and firemen re- covered all the bodies but that of Florence. Fire pump trucks from surrounding committee began draining the 5-acre pit in the search for the little girl's body. Who Ssssoyt Sscored of TornocfoiMi cloudy to cloudy this afternoon tonight with chance of thun- Bcrstorms, locally severe, tonight. Cooling trend to- night and Wednesday. er Wednesday. Lows tonight near 90. Outlook for Thurs- day: Partly cloudy cool. for the 24-hour period ending t o'clock: High M, tow Temperature M 11 o'clock 77. SoutneMtwtntf sftfmttM fr_ _ _ Sepfcrw, 17, Grttrf Holloway, 1ft, Mwkagon, wtrv hi ftault Svtv Maria, Mick, after they and Jay M. tf at nMwry, IMTW and ki4hMflMf an KgM NEWSPAPER!   

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