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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 12, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               '-V" APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. t No. 63 56 Pages and 16 Page Tabloid APFUTQN-NEBIAH-MiNASHA, WIS.t TUfSDAY, MAY AMOCtATCD WUW UftVlCC Price Seven Cents BaudouhSays U.S. Must Take Lead for Peace Belgium's King Addresses Joint Congress Session Britain Gets Ready to Send Up Satellites Prime Min- ister Macmillan said today Britain is getting ready to en- ter the artificial earth satel-r lite field; Macmillan said Britain! may send satellites into orbit, either with the cooperation ofj i t s British commonwealth with the United! Russia Seeking Big 4 Bids To Poland, Czechoslovakia Washington King! Baudouin told congress today! "We therefore plan to send! the free world looks to Washington a team of ex-' United States for to discuss possible An- in averting war i glo-American prime minister told the "Where better can the of commons. peoples of the free world lookj "We are also opening con-i for the averting of war with other corn- death, than to your nation, so vibrant with the love of the Belgian monarch said. monwealth countries." Plans Instruments Macmillan said British ex- perts are studying the possi- "It is unthinkable that those I bility of adapting as satellite who spend so much to military rockets life would ever think to under development in stroy Red Imperialism this country. Britain has arranged start work immediately to on In an 800-word address construction of the instru- a joint session of the senatejments to be carried by the and house, he said he had I satellites. come to this country "to reg-! The instrument pro gram ister the solidarity" betweenjwill be supervised by a Brit- the people of Belgium andlish national committee of the United States. jspace research being set up Without mentioning commu-iby the Royal Society for the n i s m by name, BaudouinJAdvancement of Science. It against this new be headed by Prof. H.S of imperialism. iW. Massey. He will head the "The older imperialism sought the conquest of lands; the new seeks the mastery of he said. team of experts going to Washington. Macmillan said he was un- able to estimate what it would EAST GERMANS The king said his country isjcost Britain to put a satellite determined to permit the peo- in orbit if it decided to use a pie of the Congo, Belgium's rich African colony, to choose their future destiny. "As soon as they mature, as soon as they have received the loving care in education that we can give them, we shall launch them forth on their own enterprise and in- West Sure To Reject Demand Geneva The Soviet Union today proposed imme- diate admission of commun- ist Poland and kia at the foreign conference. The west re- fused and the formal session ended with the dispute still unsettled. Geneva The Soviet judge has ordered the city of today demanded that Miami to refund more ot her communist gatel- a million dollars to Poland and Czecho- violators. Slovakia be invited to join Circuit Judge Robert H. An-ltheBiR Four foreiSn minis- iters" conference, derson yesterday v.ola-j Thc demand had tors'were illegally fined sincejbeen expected -and the west- metropolitan government took: ern foreign ministers were over in Dade county with itslreadv for another wrangle 6 municipalities March, i iwilil Andrei Gromy- 1938. Orders Refund Of SI Million To Violators Judge Rules Miami Courts Assessed Penalties Illegally Miami A circuit dependent douin declared. British rocket. "At the moment we are spending substantial but mod- est sums, more in hundreds of thousands of pounds than mil- lions, for design of the instru- ments and to make the neces- sary designs for modification of the military should Big Four Foreign Ministers reached this solution for seating arrangements for their Geneva conference. Russia demanded a round conference table with both East and West Germany participating. They got the AP Wirephoto round table and the Germans. The German delegations have no voice in the decisions of the Big Four and they are seated at separate desks away from the unused area of the round table. be decided tc use he Surrender in Prison Riot 14-Hour Siege Ends at Tennessee Prison Farm Fort Pillow, Ten rioting- convicts surren- dered peacefully at a.m. Neither of the two guards held as hostages was in- jured. State Institutions Com- der 21 will be unlawful in Ap-j beer only licenses. ,Iheyj missioner Keith Hampton pleton if the city council May would not be able to sell beerj said he had apreed to re_ Seek Ban on Beer Sales to Minors Council Votes May 20 on Action of Ordinance Committee Sale of beer to minors un-, be able to obtain the specialj Juvenile Experts Think Many Adults Making Scapegoat of Youth 20 approves its welfare andlto their usual clientele. ordinance committee's recom- mendation. Committeemen Monday vot- Tavern league spokesmen told the committee the banj would force young adults to! ed to make the recommenda- the highways and secluded tion after a lengthy discus- places late at night, returning sion on opposition to teenageito the 18-to-21 age group the taverns by Aid. Robert J.j lawlessness of the national Stumpf and two Protestant Prohibition of the 1920s and church groups at the last' 1930s. move the discontented pris- oners to the main prison in Nashville and not take off any of their "good time" credit. BY G. K. HODJENFIELD j---------- Washington (ffi American adults are exploiting the1 mm g t juvenile delinquent. KGOOfTG Some are cashing in financially on youth's natural rebel-j lion, all the while bemoaning its behavior. AlfSSfDQ ScfVS They are giving the adolescent new stand- ards of toughness, then crying, "I told you when he tries to live up to them. They are neither ready, willing nor able to understand the problem; many of their com- plaints reflect more adult irritability than1 juvenile delinquency. j These are the considered opinions of six! experts who spent nine months seeking the. hard kernel of truth in the mountains of chaff; Hodenl'ield that have been written about America's teen-! agcr. Their report. "Delinquent Behavior: Culture and the! was published today by the National Educa- tional association. He ordered an immediate shuldown of Miami's traffic courts and labeled all Miami 'iko. Sec. of State' Christian A. Herter British Sclwyn'Lloyd Foreign Sec. and French Foreign Minister Maurice traffic convictions null andlCouve de Murville were re- ported firmly agreed to reject the Soviet demand. void since the March, 1958, date. City attorneys said they will A Russian spoksman said immediately appeal the Gromyko had suggested in- ion. Miami courts will con-jformally to the western min- linue to try and fine that the communist until the Florida be enlarged but they court rules, they said. Had No Ordinance "did not display a positive at- titude." After metropolitan govern-j New Delay Seen ment over, Judge Ander-1 The spokesman said Gro- son said, the city of Miamllmyko therefore would submit was left with no demand formally at the upon which defendants could conference's second session be tried for traffic violations "arid the city court was di- vested of jurisdiction traffic violators." His decree stated that forj scheduled' today, Gromyko is the confere-nce to try [chairman for the day. The session originally had been to hear opening Miami to keep traffic fine i statements of policy from the money it collected after it lost four minislers. But it appear. i jurisdiction "would be uncons- Janesville A 22- year-old Rock county man, missing- since Saturday when finding of his car and fishing- equipment near Bass creek led to fears that he had drowned, was back1 in c.onable under the long estab- The experts don't say as did the late Father Flanagan of Boys Town that "there is Gen. Twining to Have Exploratory Operation Assemblyman and Aid. Kenneth Priebe told the com- council meeting. See Prohibition Return They atlributed the resolu-jmittee Oulagamie county tions to pelitioners who ear-i Turn to Page 3, Col. 1 lier protested renewal of a; teenage tavern license for the; Postponement for vSugar Bowl, 1216 S. Oneida r street. Nuclear Test Talks The ordinance would forbid! sale of beer to all unless accompanied by we s tests recesscdi ent, guardian or spouse, notlod fo tfl four weeks_ only in teenage taverns, but opening of the east-west also in groceries, supermar-, forcign ministers conference i Fort Pillow Prison Farm, Faced by uneasy stalemate, convicts who hold no thinS as a bad hoy." At Walter Reed Center two prison farm guards as They do contend that today's newasivicinapea Uncewould bc del d b lished equitable principles of unjust enrichmenl." The circuit court order stemmed from atlempls by two traffic violators to get back they paid in fines. They are Oise Keton, fined for drunken driving, and jGene C. Russo, a L ference. on a citation for running so stop sign. If approved by the slate su- preme. court, the At Berlin, Police Chief i could heap more woes on Mi-! I ami in the form of false ar- manv were held to thc role ot ed that once more the confer. controversy over procedure. In announcing the move to scat Poland and Czechoslova- jkia, Soviet Press Officer Mik- hail Kharlamov said "the So- viet delegation proposes the full and equal participation j of both delegations in the con- Janesville today while au- (repairman who mailed in thorities checked his re- port of a knifepoint kidnap- allied front yester- day beat back Gromyko's drive to give comunist East Ger- isers, though g.ven the three ne-. hostage busily strengthened jthe barriacades at their be-i sieged dormitory today. j Kcilh Hampton, state com- missioner of institutions, flew. in from Nashville to confer with leaders of the revolt. i Hampton said the convicts. at firsl agreed lo accept soli- tary confinement as punish-! ment for the riot with the: slale agreeing lhat their "good time" would nol be louched. j Juvenile delinquency is perhaps the moxt talked about, but understood social problem in the United Siotcs today. Six experts from six different fields have just spent nine months sorting thr o u g h fact and fantasy to get at ttie heart of the matter. This is the first of three stories on their report. nr comerence: B f lh aRrcement or drug stores. AS agreement among ed by City Ally. Jury, it isiu. S., British and French _______ modeled after a similar ordin- egates lo put off further work KhmenV-------------------------------- ance passed recently in Nee-. On the tesi ban for a while, 1 _ youth is largely a .product nah. ibul to reconvene not later Commitleemen said the than June 8. move will not put any only taverns out of business.! Owners of such places will! I plus insistence that and must be duced Turn to Page 3, Col. 3 Begin Juvenile Delinquency Series Today Juvenile delinquency is perhaps the mosl talkeo" about, but least understood social problem in the U.S. today. Six experts from dif- ferent fields have spent nine months sorting through fact and fantasy to get at the heart of the mailer. Their findings, commis- sioned by the National Ed- ucation Association, are presented in a special 3- part series starting on Page A-10 in today's Post-Cres- cent. TODAY'S INDEX Comics Deaths Editorials House KauKaana Market! O Sectwm Weather Map Twin CMtei A R A ft D 1 El C 1 D 9 M 1 II A [judged according to the cul- ilure of which he is a part. Youfh Scapegoat The authors of the report., and. Ihcir special fields, arc: William C. Kvaraceus (direc-: Turn lo Page 10, Col. 1 Washington Army] doctors will perform an ex- ploratory chest operation probab 1 y to- day or tomor- row on Gen. Nathan F. Twining, chair- man of the joint chiefs of staff. The 61-year- nld air force general has been at Wai- Twining ter Reed Army medical cen- ler since May 3. after a rou- physical checkup pro- suspicious chest X- Jerry Beck said that the man anm-ared at a rural irest suits and damage claims man appeared at a rural Ba- cogis right to speak out on issues if all the Big Four agreed. Monday n i g- h t and identified himself as Ted Hawkc of Afton. Beck said Hawkp was very nervous, and told of two men in a red and black 1955 Ply- mouth forcing him into their car Saturday. He was vague on details, Beck said. Rock county au- thorities took him back to Janesville early today. Dragging operations had been carried out on the crepk Sunday and Monday, after finding of Hawke's car. charges and bail bond fees. Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 90. H. S. ThorRrimsen, 56, of 1215 Walnut street, Osh- kosh. 100. Ronald K. Wydeven, 24, route 1, Menasha. Open For Discussion Western diplomats said Hertcr, Lloyd and Couve de Murville want, to keep the conference basically 4-power. The three were represented las willing, however, to bring in Poland, Czechoslovakia, It- aly and possibly other coun- tries later for discussion of questions of immediate inter- est, lo them. Russia's unfolding long 101. Carl A. Thomas, 29, ofi ranRP strategy apparently is _, to maintain heavy pressure 507J W. College avenue. nn and on the west now 102. Herman Magolski, prospective summit route 1, London. (Story on Page B-10) 3 Men Killed as Plane Crashes in Congressman Tells ot Servants In Uniform tor U. S. Top Brass in a confer- BV KDMOND LKBRETON :Kowalski said, "hut. employed cd? Washington A colonel also lo cook and serve the driving I _ turned fhfifft i V.UUriiy day the taxpayers arc congressman said to- family rncal.s. wash and pol- Washington area Kfiwalski contended the scr- being ish the officer's private auto- vircs n.ld put out misleading Defense John N. Irwin II; Kowalski (D-which will be either cooked j "Only a few enlisicd men U' .fj ST'S1 HmUge Guard J. S. Vom, 49, looks out between an portion of a bunk barricade put up by rioting prisoners at Fort Pillow, Tenn. The prisoners are holding Voss and another guard. Hubert Neyman, and say they will kill them if any attempt ia made to storm the cell block. Wautmna Three Min- nesota men were killed Mon- day night when their twin engined airplane spun out of control and crashed in a Wau- shara county Sheriff Art bur Schley iden- tified the three as Pilot Har- vey Van Sikle, 41. and Thom- as R. Mooew. 42. of Roche.sl- cr, and John G. Kennedy, army colonel, sergeant or both. idcrlies Kowalski of St Paul i Kowalski former West He said the army uses 14 "Most of the men performing The bodies Were removed enlisted very senior non-commissioned these duties are actually hid- a conservation depart- lne estimate. His stale- officers lo serve meals lo its den in some headquarters or mcnl halftrack pulling a flat mcnt was mafip at a hearing.civilian officials and officers unit assignments, or are ro- trailer reached the scene this on of manpower by thc in its Pentagon morning jarmcd services air force has 18 senior airmen. Kowalski advised the sub- I He said some individual offi- similarly assigned, lie said, mitlee lo mount a Pater Suffar< ccrs cost the taxPaVcrs "as and the navy has 12 senior attack on what, he termed LOITV aurrvrs jmuch as a month for airmen similarly assigned, he.wasteful use of imilitary servants. said, and the navy has 12 sea-l first "a hard critical look" at "Practically every general men serving in White House the use of servicemen as or- Granada, admiral who occupies iderlics and the like; second an girrian-Americaii movie actorpuhlic quarters on a post or; "Why should llie army draftjcffort to single out jobs fn Peter Lorre suffered a heart base has two, three, four and 'or enlist 50 soldiers to serve as! services that necessary attack today and Was report- sometimes five enlisicd in Ihe White House but could better performed ed in critical condition. working as full time servants, motor Kowalski civilian employes; third, The 55-year-old film vil- available not only to cut the, "Why .should 18ft soldiers he i identification el lain is here making the movie grass, trim the to serve as chauffeurs'which are not. essentially mllt- "Scent of Mystery." which polish the floors, wash at the Pentagon when ci-jtary and shovM Mike Todd, Jr., is producing, windows and serve chauffeurs can bt hir-'to other agcnctet, once to accept communist domination of East Germany and all of eastern Europe. The western Big Three min- isters and West German For- eign Minister Heinrich von Brentano met. at Herter's of- fice at noon for strategy talk in advance of the afternoon session with Gromyko at the palncc of nations. Then, Mcrtor had a lunch- There are 15 airmen oon engagement with Gromy- school buses in the ko at Ulc soviet minister'! residence. Villa Rose. Explains Position H. was understood he ex- e west ern nositi onto e western position to charged 30 to mobile, do general house figures when .Ihcy reporled 40 million dol- cleaning, including laundry, about lo men as- lars a year to and take care of the dog." .signed to various service-type. Herter accomDanied to provide serv- Kowalski offered to show jobs-including regular n ants in uniform "within a few minutes' auto- ;lnd stewards in the fleel nf T T for high rank- mobile ride of where we sit." field, to .which he does not ob- MerC'hantr SecJ. of ing officers. .army officers messes "where jcct. T.u_ xr Tr. Rep. 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