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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 8, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOLLNo.60 34 JL B AfniTOH-NEBIAM-MfNASHA, WIS., FtlDAY, MAY V1CE Price Seven Iraq Receives Planes, Tanks From Britain Aide to FBI Soys Reefs Busy Within Union Chicago An FBI in- former whose 15-year pose a Communist brought him in-' suits, a beating and the scorn'. of acquaintances, says the1 reds have infiltrated the Unit-! ed Packinghouse workers union throughout the nation. Joseph A. Poskonka, 57, of Chicago, threw aside his dis- British guise yesterday when he told London Trying to Keep Notion Out of Communist Camp London The government is going to house un-American activi- u t. ties committee of the years Iraq a substantial number of Ike to Shun Summit Talks If East Germans Get Control jet bombers and Centurion tanks in a desperate effort to keep Premier Kassem's wav- abuse he suffered from per- sons who thought he was communist. He hasn't been able to find a job in two years. ering neutralist regime from Hjs vojce waj cnoked turning to the Rassians for as he toid of Deing; military supplies, an authori- tative source said today. The informant said the U.S. government had agreed re- fired, how irate neighbors smashed windows in his home and of the insults his wife, children and 15 grandchildren luctantly to the British arms suffered during his'pose as a aid to Kassem, whose govern- ment has come increasingly under the influence of the Iraqi communists. A foreign office spokesman red. Suffered Assaults Poskonka was identified as a top Communist leader in the Packinghouse Workers union said he could not comment oniat a house un-American activ- the report of the major policy I ities hearing in 1952. decision by Prime Minister! Shortly after that, he testi- Macmillan's cabinet. But heified, he walked into a tavern'Sec- of Defense Donald A. Donald Quarles, Defense Chief, Found Dead Alone in His Home as He Succumbed Washington Deputy said a government statement on the subject is to be made in the house of commons Mon- day. the soldier walked over and punched me in the jaw and Britain in the days of thejknocked me he said, monarchy it installed after] Rep. Willis (D acting Response to Request owned by a relative. ''Someone pointed me out to a soldier as a Commie and World war I in Iraq tradition- chairman of the committee, told newsmen Poskonka hadj ally supplied the country's aimed forces. I been thoroughly investigated The Canberra bombers and by the FBI and according to Centurion tanks are being sentl the FBI his testimony was in response to a request from Kassam, it was reported. The thoroughly reliable. Quarles, 64, engineer-business- man and sec-! o n d ranking; civilian in the Pentagon since died u n e x- pectedly t o- day. A chauffeur sent to Quar- les' home to Quarles drive him to early morning television A flood of emotional British government was 55-year-old wa_ ,mahlp to, to feel that if the request werejka's wife. Antoinette, now that! Droaacast was unaoie to turned down, the Baghdad au-jhe has dropped his disguise. him. A relative and of-, thorities inevitably would said: ificials were summoned quick- to the communist countries, "I was worried. I wasjly and efforts were made to for that How would you feel' well clinch the dominance people thought your hus- communist influence in Iraq, band was a revive him. Apparently he Pioneer Research Plan Begun by IPC To Operate Wherever Right Men are Available, Board Says A program of pioneering re- search, to be undertaken wherever the right kind of manpower is availpble, has been started by the Institute of Paper Chemistry's board of trustees, it announced Thurs- day at its 114th meeting. General purpose of the pro- gram is to encourage and had been dead for some, hours, however. The cause of death was not immediately established. The District of Columbia coroner was called to the residence. Quarles was alone in his home at the time. Mrs. Quar- les was in Chicago. He had a dinner last night friends said he showed no sign of illness when hej left about 11 p.m. j Quarles had been in upper, level government service, since 1953 when, President senhower appointed him as-! munity of scientists concern- sistant secretary of defense] ed with this program, no ma-ifor research and develop-] Iment. He moved over to the jor portion of the funds will be spent at any given institution the institute, Da- vid Luke, vice chairman of _ board and president of West! Virginia Pulp and Paper Caribbean Coast pany, said. Research con-j tracts will be arranged on the1 Panama Panama to-j basis of interest, competence day pulled back troops rush- Accused of 'Covering Up' Committee Charges It Refused to Build Retirement Fund Also Balks At Red Plan For Treaty President Eisenhower will refuse to go to a summit conference If carry out their threat lo turn Kast Berlin over lo the East German com- munists. He will take the same stand if lhe Soviets sign a separate peace treaty with puppet East one-sided Soviet Washington President Eisenhower's budget bureau action in the next few weeks was accused today of "a stud-! undoubtedly would wreck the y- ied attempt. .to cover up" government liabilities by re- fusing money to build up the civil service retirement fund. Big Four foreign ministers conference due to begin Mon- day in Geneva. This American attitude be- came known authoritatively a The house appropriationsjfcw nours before Sec. of State Christian A. llerter's sched- committee included the criti- cism in a formal report send- ing to the house for a vote next week a bill appropriating to finance a score of federal agencies for uled takeoff for pre-confer- ence strategy talks with the British and French foreign ministers. Squabble Over Table llerter himself already has served notice that the Rus- the fiscal year starting July 1. sians must match concession The total is less than the president had re- quested and less than the same agencies were for concession to end the dan- ger of war. Even as ITcrter arranged to leave, the three allies were given this year. Biggest allot-1 reported already arguing with ment was for thejlhe Soviets over where to sit veterans discuss the German dead- which was given all but of what it requested. cut funds re- quested by the various agen The committee from new AT Wlrpph.to President Eisenhower and Sec. of State Christian Herter confer at the White House before Herter's departure for the Geneva foreign ministers conference. L force as secretary Turn to Page 9, Col. 3 cmama Pulls Troops Police Trap 3 Men After Half Million Gem Burglary Capture Trio After Raid on Apartment of Woman Banker lock. In Geneva, Soviet diplomats insisted the talks take place around a round table. West- ern diplomats were holding ies and ordered returned tojout for a square tab'e- the treasury million of unobligated carryover money which the general services ad- Dcspite pressure for a sum- mit talk regardless of prog- ress in Geneva, Eisenhower ministration had requested to buy critical and strategic ma- terials for the defense stock- piling program. Large La Crosse Plant to Close Trenton, N. J. i in the public eye only a few iweeks ago when Kdward R. 'Murrow brought his "Person _______ to Person" television show no there to interview the wealthy was home. broaden pioneering inquiries and qulificatios ocoea-'ed to the Caribbean in areas of science and tech-'ing scientists or institutions, during the invasion crisis and! were Morris Hess, ,widow. I Mrs. Roebling, who onco coast'way last night while burglars took almost Saif1 a woman s place is no m6 nt half a million 35. an" Davic' J-c'rner, 47, both longer in the kitchen." is nplogy which may have some prejudlce lo lheir Joca. reported do I la m Brooklyn, and Alexander of ,he Trpnton Trust weeks ago still at large.j Tl Sems and furs '2 one of the state's who'life! J from the hotel Camed Cardboard Box Wfi.-s. banks, a director of at ''This is a lotta nonsense f with the ultimate significance to the uon or prjOr concerns, he ex- a welfare of the pulp and paper plained industry. I One of the most Important The program will be spon- objectives of the program will sored by interested pulp and be" to find and interest ongi- capered' ]ast night in a nannr rnmnamP-s on a vnhm- and creative thinkers in the port of Por- Turn to Page 13, Col. 2 llobelo. tary basis Institute Decides The Institute of Paper Chemistry will act as scientif- ic banker of the enterprise, trustees indicated. Funds con- tributed by the sponsors will be spent under direction of the institute, both in Appleton and elsewhere, in furtherance of pioneering research. Appro- priate advisory committees' vill be selected to counsel with the institute In order to broaden the com- oj mis is a in.iiisi.-ii.-ii-. least 24 companies, and re- said Spica to news camera- cenily became the first wom- his picture at (m member of the American Stock exchange. I Shark's Attach Fatal Girl Rescues Dying Boy At California Beach apartment banker ciahte Mrs. mcn Mary G. Roe- headquarters blmg. Then. are people who have----- I h e families, you said La Elec- tric Auto-Lite company, one of this city's largest employ- ers, announced today that It will close its plant here per- manently July 3. F. A. Wihtert, vice presi- dent in charge of industrial relations, cited a shrinking market and the "labor cli- mate in La Crosse" as rea- sons for the shutdown. The local plant provides work for about persons. It manufactures electric au- tomotive parts. Mrs. Roeblinfr burglary coin- Hc.s.s. Good Wishes for All plcte. detectives arrested two Annual Institute Executives Talks followed by P-C The 23rd annual execu- conference at the In- stitute of Paper Chemistry on its Appleton campus at- tracted some 260 paper in- dustry men from the top management levels of firms throughout the Unit- ed States. The 2-day meet- ing opened Thursday and closes this noon. The Post-Crescent follow- Among the loot they carried in a cardboard box was a of the gang as they stepped mmk coal valued at out of the hotel elevator laden an emerald necklace with the loot A third was a ruby necklace restcd outside in a ay and many other gems, car. "I really don't know what New York police had been the total value would said tailing the burglars since Peb Mrs. Hocblmg. 52, often listed _______ J2 and had followed them here among the nation's best dress-' New York H San pret- pranc.jsco Thev were at D-v i-ttr yesterday afternoon ed women "I will to President Harry ty coed answering a "help his bedside when he'died. Detectives waited patiently c h e c k with my insurance 75 old Truman Celebrates His 75th Birthday Former eign ministers first must make concrete gains in easing the Berlin crisis and other German This means, informants said, that mere agreements at Geneva on a time, place and agenda for a summit meeting would not be enough Turn to Page 9, Col. 5 Sir Samuel Hoare Dies at 79 After Brief Illness London Sir Samuel Hoare, 79, a prewar British foreign secretary, died last inight after a I brief illness. lloare had a, JbnllianL polit- c a 1 career is p a n n i n g more than i three decades, but he was as much remem- jbcred for one of his set- Sir Samuel backs the secret Hoare-La- val pact of 1935 as for any- thing else With Pierre Laval, then French foreign minister, he agreed on a plan to settle the ___________Ethiopian war by giving Mus- presenLrrt him with a surprise solmi territorial grants and Truman 'birthday cake before he'd economic advantages in most today, lie even had breakfast. >of Ethiopia. 'me' help me'" plea swam Kogler's death believed uhllc v.cnt about man." wish for peace and Obviously pleased, Truman The terms leaked out, and I h p f to be the'second known fatal-their business in Mrs Hoe- She had been dining at the happme, for all the people of, mustered uptvvo healthy Prime Minister Stanley Bald- out into the 1 acilic ocean yes- frorn a shark attack in bling'.s ish apartment in plush "21" club in Manhattan Lniled States. puffs and blew out the can- win's government was accus- tcrday and tugged ashore a waters A Hotel Iliklebrocht. and dashed home to Trenton. -phe oppression came He had the crowd of re- cd on all sides of abandoning youth had been fatally n-year-old boy was killed by Police said the mcn got in Friends said she was "per-newsmen, warbling "Happy porters and photographers the League of Nations, which wounded by a shark. a great lute shark at Pacific by slipping a piece of celluloid turhed." birthday, dear in sign a card accompanying was trying to stop the way by ed the conference with stor- (both just 18 Albert Kogler, who died 2i hours afler the attack, had first warned Shirley O'Xeill back to the beach by yelling: "It s a shark! Go back! Go But when he cried for help the attractive brunette am i back and pulled him to Baker i beach, just west of Golden gate bridge. Both were students at San Francisco State college and a great white shark Turn to Page 99, Col 1 .into the door latch after first' Her swank apartment was more or less tuneful fashion, ios on the panel discus- sions, Page A-3, and pic- tures of the executives' din- ner meeting Thursday night at N'orth Shore Golf club. Page A-7 On Page A 8 is a report of the speech by Yale Prof. Paul B Sears on conservation. An effort lo encourage basic research which may benefit the entire pulp and paper industry has been started by the institute's board of trustees, and you ran read about it on Page 1 of today's Post-Crescent. Located in the heart of Kogler was still conscious but incoherent when sped to Letlerman Army hospital where he died of shock and loss of blood despite emer- gency surgery Doctors said his left arm was nearlv ripped from the shoulder and he had deep gashes on his neck, right arm and back First Warning The pair had gone for a late afternoon dip on an unusually warm day and were treading the water when the youth screamed his first warning. After telling the story Miss O'Neill was treated for shock the paprr country, the Post Crescent takes Its and readers into the midst of I Kogler, a freshman study-i this vital and interesting business and conference of men who a of Albert E. Kogler, guide the paper industry and the industry's acimitifio training the cake and then proudly sanctions against Italy. Hoare look it upstairs at his hotel to resigned the foreign sccre- show Mrs. Truman tary's post, which he had held less than a Peace and Happiness ___ year. When asked if he had a On thp posltlve he was birthday wish, the former a of British avia- president said- tion, parliamentary pilot of "I wish for peace and hap- intricale wnich gave Indja in the.JfOs holder of a wide variety of cabinet posts. for all the people of the United States." He also said he wished for "another boy in Margaret's, family He referred to his daughter, Mrs. Clifton Daniel. 1 nouse of commons m 1910 and lie was first elected to the who is expecting Shh-tey O'Neill, 18, from right, and an uni- dentified girl, comfort to fatally injured Albert of McGraih cuco's CokiflB GaU bridgt mommU afUr tht youth Ar was attacked by shark. Beside Shirley, who risked an attack by the shark in aiding Kogler, is Patrol- man Harry Pirctchan, uniform covering ta- jimd youth. her second there UDtl1 1M4- On hlf retirement he was made Vis- True to his reputation as Templewood. _ one of the walkingest-talking- lest former presidents thr p country ever had, Truman i Conftnued Irt then set out on his morning stroll. He said he was looking for- ward to another 10 or 12 years of life but laughingly remark- d: "I may fool everyone, as 1 did lots of other times." "1 was raised in a family with lots of energy and irfost lived long lives, "'he added. A.s for his career as presi- dent, he said he thought the greatest decision he made was in ordering United Slates troops into Korea. The deci- sion to use the atomic bomb on Japan in World war II was purely a military while in the ctme of Korea wtMrie United the Temperature Expected! Wisconsin Fair and little warmer tonight. Most- ly sunny skies and rising temperatures Saturday. Appleton Temper a- tures for the 24-hour peri- od ending at 9 a.m., high, 60, low, 40. Temperature at 11 a.m., 60. Barometer, 90.40 inches. Sowtneatt wind at 14 miles per hour. Weather map on SMI at p.m., rta- ei at tctt p.m. itar lp Vtetbto tetbto en Mi lEWSPAPERr VSPAPERI
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