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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 14, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 65 64 Pogw-Sections A, B, C, D AmETOMJIKNAH-MENASHA, WIS., THUtSDAY, MAY Price West Proposes to Unify Berlin, Give Big 4 Guarantees Breaks Earth For Cultural Center in N. Y. Congress Not (o Hike Gasoline Tax Likely ti Other Ways Seen For Continuation of Highway Program Plan Part of Proposal for Disarming Geneva The western New York President Eisenhower broke ground to-i day for a million cultural! center and predicted it willj be a mighty influence for] world peace. i The president took part in] Manhattan ceremonies mark-: ing the start of the Lincoln Center for the Performing! Arts. He flew from Washing-i ton for the occasion. j The president's plane land-j .ed at the nearby powers proposed to Russia airport and Eisenhower! today that divided Berlin to New York after an! made a united city under Big i airport greeting from GOV.J Four guarantees as the first! step in a sweeping package j Travels via Tunnel plan to unify East and West! A 33-man motorcycle escort Germany and global ushered the president's car in- disarmament. !to Manhattan by way of the As a package the plan hadiLincoln tunnel under the Hud- no prospects of even river. Eisenhower stood i consideration by Russia. For-: up in the bubble-top limousine Washington Minister Andrei waved to about 300 per- Sional leaders balked today atijto has already rejected it aslsons lined up near the tunnel raising the federal gasoline! a "tangle" of unrelated is-i exit. ta.x-.ven temporarily _ to'fues But parts of it .especial-! He responded m similar fa- Sex Deviate Confesses Killing Milwaukee Boy State Senate Charges Into Budget Battle Republicans Offer Substitute, Debate Starts on Procedure Madison The Wiscon- ly the Berlin proposal, con- Ishion to other greetings from j sin senate charged into its keep the interstate highway ceivably couid lead to some; citizens as his car proceededi battle over the executive construction program schedule. Nonetheless, congress expected to find other on j bargaining. Disarmament Plan across town. The ground breaking at the; budget today and from the The 4-phase western pro- cultural center was just one of outset the political volleys gram was introduced in theithe activities which will hcavy and heated fourth session of the Big president buzzing busily of "preventing interruption Manhattan during the; A Republican substitute to the multi-billion dollar the western response and into the night. iGov. Gaylord Nelson's budg- highway network now underiRUSSia-s demand that West! Eisenhower said the was the order of business, way in most states. JBerlin be made a free city. It will include a new gn hour Qf debaie President Eisenhower yes-ialso countered Premier Opera house and terday reminded congress that Khrushchev's call for aja new home for the New York; the senate still was locked m billion of federal highway settlement with enrich the, procedural methods, aid funds for future construe-1 ed Germany. ilives of generally. j Dernocratic strategy in the tion could not be apportioned] The proposai provides He added: revealed itself in the to the states in July, as sched-j SUCCessive disa r m a m e n t .influence 01 tins great cm uled, unless the highway including initial adventure will not be opening minutes. Mmori- fund and projected of 21 million men in the limited >o our own borders. ty Flobrleader Henry Maier armed forces of the United ncrur a trlIP cx' States and Russia, and -ling eventually -jand possible hower renewed his demand (foreign troops (Soviet that congress increase the 3-1 western) from Germany andi cent federal gasoline tax to areas. are in balance. Oppose Increase of of Milwaukee made it known ithal his party planned to in- cents a gallon. House Speaker Sam Ray- burn of Texas and Rep. Wil- bur D. Mills chair- It would unify Germany -in to the GOP substitute bringing: and forcc a roll call vote on kind of human mes-; h T h e Democratic! only WQuld Man Once Cleared in Investigation Breaks Down Under Questioning convicted sex-deviate held In m mental institution has admitted, police said, the kidnaping   xr t1 J i Crewman Killed s-aid they oppose such a tax increase. Sen. Mike Mansfield acting senate Demo-! cratic leader, said there is no possibility congress will con- sider such a move. Mills eon-j ceded, however, there may be alternatives. Branch Banking Bill Killed by Assembly, 62-35 Republicans. Nelson Plan Nelson's 1-year budget for appropriations totalling! million. The GOP sub-j jstitute asks for more thani million the first year of I the biennium, but the figure I includes some million to i the state building fund. Nel-; 'son's budget makes no build- ling fund provision. This Lakehurst, N. J. with aerial ladders and1 places about million below crewman was killed early to-Jthen tunnel beneath the de- Nelson's. day when a silvery navy', t d b t h th d Heated argument was kick- blimp crashed into a hangar! lated baf to reach the off in the opening ex- wmle attempting to land in car where the injured lay.jchange between Maier and! dense fog. Six crewmen had rammed partially .William Draheim (R Nee-; hospitalized and several the hangar roof and co-chairman of the joint BY JOHN WYNGAARD ers suffered minor injuries. !remained struck fast. finance committee. Draheim: Madison_in Wagner. The Milwaukee man smoked a freshly light- ed cigaret as he paused on the way to a cell. Ben was lured into the can about p.m., within sight of his playmate, Christ Wil-j helm. 1 just told him to get in Blimp Crashes Into Hangar in Dense Fog State Tax Experts Pore Over Statistics Start From Basic Assumption More Revenue Must be Found The wreckage was wedged A bi-partis-an in tne hangar roof 150 feetl The ZPG-2 blimp was re- sponsored branch banking Dill above tjle ground. fell far short of the needed; Use Aerial Ladders turning from a 21-hour aTltl- asked permission to speak "in broad terms" on the GOP .he knife away." dolph Glaser. "I don't know I why I told the boy to get into the car. I don't remember if I strangled him before I killed him. My mind wws a blank. He was screaming when I kill- and he McLaughlin said, j ed him." "The other boy just walked to McLaughlin, held in a psy- cho-pathie ward of the Central State Hospital for the Crim- inal Insane since April 21 in away. I went to church a week State Hospital for the Crim- a dollar' T._ .__ because it would burn for a! week. 1 lit. it for him because! connection with another I killed him." I fense against a little boy, fao Glaser quoted newsmen and photogra- as saying he decided to at the safety mil the slaying because "my thls morning. j When McLaughlin was first brought in, he refused to lift his chin from his chest. His head was pounding and couldn't sleep nights." Questioned 4 The admission was obtained right hand held a lighted cig- aret that had burned down to Wednesday night after half.inch and was bllstering Laughlm had been fincer He did not notjce of the state department of taxa- ed for four hours at it to burn out ta tion, a panel of the highest-ranking state economists is por-i State Hospital for the Crim-1 substitute Maier objected 'm% over tne maze of statistics of Wisconsin tax experience j submarine patrol early this; Draheim 'restated his request and the findings of tax researchers of other states to define, inal Insane at Waupun. After his statement was ROTC Backing J After killing the injured crewmen who had -proach through a swirling fog the assembly shouted down a.been trapped in the blimp's that blanketed out everything iij f motion for reconsideration of-; gondola. more than 100 feet away. Dill tailing TOP fered by Sherman The freak accident left the "They probably never saw gQn Qn Compulsory D-Milwaukee The bill was.wreckage wedged near the the ground until after they r 7 sponsored by Arnold Cane, ban- Menasha, Josepn ureLo, lirvm nf of Squadron 3 to which the bill calling' Milwaukee; L.arl Morton, h.- Ko-nosha: Earl McEssy, H- Foncl du Lac, and Howard Pel- lant. D- Milwaukee. shroudedhvh bag. The bill would have allowed; t 0 banks to establish up to branches in their home coun-j I willing tins. Banking groups were split on the measure at a re- cent, public hearing. Branch hanking proposals have had tough sledding dur- ing the last. 12 years because they require a two-thirds vote of both houses for passage. Branch banking was permit- ted in Wisconsin prior to First of Three State Tax Study Stories Today Has Cancer Diseased Portion Of Left Lung Removed by Surgery Washington (tP> Cancer found in the exploratory operation on Gen. Nathan F. Twining, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, it an- nounced today. Surgeons removed the up- per lobe of Twin ing's left lung in an operation Tuesday A bulletin issued at the Pen- tagon today said cancer was found and added: "The entire diseased por- tion of the lung was removed at surgery and there was no evidence of involvement in other areas of the chest." The 61-year-old air officer Squadron craft was attached. ;for abolition of compulsory re- "The fog was so bad we ra- serve officer training (ROTO i dioo.d the blimp to gain alti- at the University of Wisconsin n_v_ fJQf fo tude and try to come in drew strong support from stu- wrgeo ivot TO said Spahr. It was dents, university administra- pyf Mouse in Rocket just picking up speed to 45 tors and clergymen at a legis-: miles an hour when it hit. lative hearing Wednesday. Washington The Hu- The huge bag was ripped by Opposition to the proposal mane Society of the. United the wreckage and its million was led by the stale comman- Slates told three Illinois cubic feet of helium wooshed der of the American Legion. out through its rent sides. The, Douglas Davennort of New schoolboy rocketeers today it gas is non-inflammable and Lisbon, and retired army would be cruel, illegal and un- dispersed without harm intoCapt. Joseph Uoilcnbeck ol scientific to shoot a mouse the 'Madison. .aloft in a home-made rocket. ernmental taxation system. Basic to the widely heralded tax impact and incidence study initiated by Gov. Gaylord Nelson, new chief execu- tive of the state government, is the assumption that sub- stantially more tax revenue will be required to nourish expanding: state and local governmental services. Also basic to the research investigation is the knowledge hand He was wearing a Turn to Page 4, Col. 5 Treasury Meets Heavy Investor Turn to Page 4, Col. 1 Sidney Bechet, Noted that taxation is the most sen- sitive of political Dies and that the individuals or Paris of Cancer groups asked to bear the bur-i ___........... den of new taxes probably will! Paris Siflney said holders of mil- John Wyngaard, head of the Post-Crescent Madison bureau, presents a special 3-part series on the mean- ing and methods of cur- rent statp tax studies. The series, starts in today's paper and presents in for- the surgery at the mation vital to every resi- Reed Army medical drnt of Wisconsin. 'center. Wyngaard is liked and Brig. Gen. James 1L For- trusted by members of see acting commandant of both political parties. In JhP'arrny hospital, informed 24 years he has built up a the Defense department .that backlog of information ;Twinjng should be able to that enables him to inter- Jicave the hospital within pret and evaluate state or four weeks and i should be able to return to his j duties in about two weeks he is dismissed from the hospital. Favor Million Development Fund Washington Senate and house conferees have agreed on M million ap- propriation for the foreign aid development loan fund. house news in a clear, un- derstandable way. X Juvenile A f Wrtmen'i The central theme state capital argument is the. fiscal policy of the state government, sprciji rally tlie amount ami kind of ad- ditional likely to be authorized by the new state administration. In thin and two surceerlhiy articles the. and method, of current state tax studies will be. reported. P r 1 d Eisenhower million more than! because of he Af Patrolman DoniM Catice from fireman in skull session with Theo- but to back into fray dor, Skutnik, 40, in York City. order allowing them to return McLaughlin to Milwaukee. MeLaughlin, who had dcrgone treatment in the in-' stilution in 1954, was recom-l Demand for COSn milted to the hospital last; treas- ury encountered a near-rec- ord demand for cash this week when it offered new se- curities to holders of of maturing securities. Reporting today on the re- financing efforts, the depart- Paris 68. famous musician worth. of maturing securi- want convincing up from New Orleans tojtios to take cash in- ---------------...........jr--------------linternational prominence of turning them in for of ithe world of hot music, died i new certificates yielding 4.05 today. i per cent. Death was caused by can-. A total of of cor. Bcchpt had heon in per cent certificates will ing hralth for some time and mature Friday. Holders of flcclinrd rapidly the last accepted the ex- days, change offer. died at his home in Gar-j Treasury officials said the clips, a Paris suburb. idemand for cash was within The old-time Negro ja7.7-Uts expectations and that it man, who still played Dixie- would not have to borrow land style long after the money to meet the demand. younger musicians turned to: What the treasury calls other stylos, died on his birth- attrition is the de- _________ ______ day of lung cancer. imand for the refin- Bechet started blowing ancing was 31 per cent. This tion that, they, rather than clarjnot in the old days of was second only to a 32 per others, should pay the freight, story ville in Now Orleans. He'font, attrition in a a man with a lip When refinancing in May, Seek Comparisons ;hp UK.kf.d it. around a _.. net or his soprano I" January, the treasury The economists in charge onffm-nH a 9? ner rent attri- he made joyful sounds. He suttoion a per cent HILTI talk of measuring the impact sonrano and it cot tion on a billion refinancing and the incidence of existing IQ tradpmark which was classed as a fail- Most of the men who playpd urp- At 1hat time- the treas" :with him in the Story ville ury was to borrow neif days are gone: King to helP meet the CaStt Bunk Johnson. Buddy Jelly Roll Morton. Angeles Glenn R. A _. Folsom released the hand- Action UelOyed OR brake of his car, parked in the Nomination Santa Monica mountains. Then, suddenly, he leaped out.' Washington A senate! 1 The <'ar started to roll to- vote on C. Douglas Dillon'sj ward a 400-foot cliff. Just bo- promotion to the No. 2 spot in fore it went over, out the open'the state department has been door slithered the cause Fol- delayed at the request of Sen. sonVs hurried exit-a rattle- Hussell B. Long (D-LaL j Dillon won a 16-1 vote of np- The' car was demolished. Proval from tne spnatc for' Folsom, an amateur, geologist from noftrbv V'8n uvs sflid' Uhat the snake the climbed into the car while he, t A. Herter held was prospecting yesterday. Folsom said that when gtate saw curled on thei Mansfteld (D- Turn to Page 4, Col. 1 Rattlesnake Cause Of Quick Departure Map wearing is John Puma, pal of Skutnik. The battle started {the originally upprovwi, hftn 8ttftmpted to halt Skutnik's car which WM m AlkA tHA i million than voted. Both wen charged with drunken driving and Mwuft. didn't atop to re-apply handbrake. And wlwn car started for rilTiT wtfl VM irctinf majority leader of senate, Long pnstpnnentent senate action vnttl next the Weatherman About to Give State Frosting Wisconsin Mostly clear tonight with temperatures to fall below freezing in many parts of the state. Weatherman warns that all vegetation should be cover- ed to protect against frost tonight and possibly Friday night. Apptetoii for the 24-hour period end- ing at 9 a.m.: high, 19, tew, 38. Temperature at 11 a.m., Barttiwter at mm es. NMthwert wftMl M miles per Iwiwr. 9wn MM at p.m., n FrMar M a.m. INEWSPA'PERf iEW'SPAFERt   

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