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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 18, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL L No. 68 34 A, B APPUTON-NEENAH-MENASHA, WIS., MONDAY, MAY AMOC1ATKD PIMM HCKV1CX Price Seven Cents D.L. Kimberly, Industrialist of Neenah, Dies Was President of Ha r wood Products But 2 Men Die in Search Tucson, Ariz. A 4-day search that cost two lives end-! ed with the rescue of twoi plane crash victims who sur-; vived a torturous battle for life in the desert. Lonnie Davison. 44, and R. West Patches Up Dispute on Negotiations With Russia Corporation 24 Years 33, Tucson con- workers, were _, T-. i T I.-- found in desolate south Neenah Daniel L. Arizona yesterday. They; berly, 74, Nicolet recovering in a Tucson j died at 7 p.m. Saturday after! hospital today, a month's illness. He See No Great wasi Davison and Powell cheated; the desert of death in a 5-day i ft I t chairman of the board agajnst slarvation, 111 Hardwood Products pain after being III tion which he helped tne barren wasteland when! and of which he was president ;lneir lighl plane went for 24 years. i Wednesday. 1 Born Feb. 7, 1885, the son of Daniel L. and Frances He- 2 Fliers Killed Two civil air patrol fliers witt Kimberly, he attended'hunting the missing plane the Neenah public killed Thursday when Mohegan Lake, N.Y., prepar-: their plane struck powerlines atory school, Princeton univ-! and crashed near the Ray air- ersity and the University of port. They were William Rog- AVisconsin. He was a direct ers, 36, and George Shuler, descendant of Harvey Latim-i34, also of Tucson, er Kimberly, one of the Hope for the missing men Neenah settlers. Charter Member Foreign Aid 2 Senators Think Billion May Receive Approval Washington Democratic Two in-' was fading yesterday uemocrauc senators; Davison, dehydrated and suf-i predicted today congress will; He worked for a a broken ankle only moderate reduc-j firm for a brief period afterjcraeked vertebra, was in Eisenhow-i finishing school and in 1908 stumbling and crawling down; helped organize the Hardwood! a rocky gully near the small fore.gn aid Products corporation which! mining community of Kear- piogiam. took over a timber and J t Sens- Mike Mansfield (D- eer factory in Mississippi.' He directed searchers to the ;MonO and John Sparkman With him in this venture were: wreckage where Lowell said th thjnk Clark1 with a arm, broken William T. Wing, C. B. andE.D.Beals i lo :leg and possible chest and Kimberly served; Turn to Page Bl, Col. 3 i 6 hosPital s listed as good, that of Powell .as poor. 119 Hurt in Crash of 2 Elevated Trains 2 in Serious Condition After Rush-Hour Smashup jn_ senate foreign relations com- jmittee, of which they are -'members, will approve an au- lion. This amount looks like a target figure for action by the house foreign affairs commit- tee, which will begin its item- by-item scanning of the mutu- al security bill Wednesday. The senate committee will not get to this phase until next week. Small Reductions Sparkman said President Eisenhower, who has backed! up his request vigorously, can expect some reductions in .the over-all amount "but I don't believe they are going to be If T. E. Gates, Jr., Named Deputy Defense Chief President Appoints Him as Successor to Donald A. Quarles Ready for Separation Of Issues Geneva Western for- eign ministers at the Big Four conference quickly patched up today a brief hut stormy dis- pute over how and when to negotiate with Russia on the Berlin crisis. The United States, Britain, France and West Germany Thomasjannounced they are willing to discuss Berlin and other is- Al" Wircpholo Mrs. Margaret Fischer and her daughters, Mrs. Lois Earth, left, and Miss Janet Fischer all recognize Ivan L. Deckard as the gunman who terrorized them in their suburban St. Louis home. Mrs. Fischer, mother of 13 children, explained her ordeal as the "most exciting minutes of my life." Police Seize Gunman After Slaying Partner Robber Terrorizes Family and Hostage; Gives Up After He Runs Out of Ammunition Chicago At least for her mother, persons were injured, twoj'God help she cried, seriously, today in a head-tail! wag cut Qff near thf, collision of two aammed rushj Then there wflg j ent loan and hour elevated trams carrymgj nese man_ Hjs grm was assistance) riders to downtown Chicago d h was bleedi from he said. "I think t The impact telescoped a 4- foot section of the and defense support belongs in Renew Riots On Race Issue Negro Murdered In London by Gang Of White Youths London Special police; n St. Louis -UP- A gunman gret I didn't have more Polled Notting the his dying holdup Jets. I'm not yellow, I just London's httle Harlem, today Point Fourlpartner after a drugstore out of ammunition." with two A short time earlier near! terrorized a family 'andjhis hiding place in North St. BY DON ROTH !iip, Deckard said: "I only re- Washington S. Gales, .Jr., retiring secre-l taiv of the navy, WHs from the west- today to be the package plan for an all- i German peace settlement. But, while willing to talk about Berlin separately, they isaid no issue covered in the plan can be "settled in isola- tion." With this the west closed ranks and charted strategy for the second week of the east- west foreign ministers confer- ence. ate business at the end of this Differences Remain month. Instead President! Tne statement did not wipe Eisenhower picked him to the No. 2 man in the defense French determination to pur- to be the i new deputy I secreta r y of i defense. 1 He will suc- coed (lie late D o n a 1 d A. i Quarles, w h o died ear! e r this month. Gales h a d planned to re- turn to priv- Gates department. The choice promptly touch- sue a hard line in the negotia- tions and the British-U.S. in- cd off speculation as to wheth- lcresl in more flexible tactics a softer approach. er Gales later this year will! be named to succeed Neil H. Sec. of State Christian A. Herter met with his western McElroy as secretary of de-j colleagues at his office in mid- fcnse. Prior to Quarles' death jclaV for about 40 minutes. They 10days ago, McElroy SSnfin'tS said several times that rew days Tne statement would like to resign by the end of this year. was then issued. Planned to Retire The ministers j first a full-dress debate on rl- The White House announced t fnr a Rpr- to stave off a renewal of race! lhal Gates' forma, Second! Sfey rioting. j will go to the senate later this wanl lo fjnd out in secret on a united stand on Berlin Tension rose in the to the Square trains standing passengers floor like tenpins. Scores were treated at the scene. Others were taken to a hospitals for treatment or examination. Later, a spokesman at St. Elizabeth said that the num- ber of injured brought there! was "at least 92 and probably! more." But the spokesman; said there was some duplica- tion in the records of admis- sions that was being straight- ened out. Describes Crash St. Mary of Nazareth hos- pital said 27 injured were brought there but none was believed in serious condition. The collision of the two 6- coach trains of all steel con-, struction occurred when the mouLii. UCIL-IIOC in nit ilarea Ronald Nowok a passenger military program rather than a hostage yesterday Deckard had the'the economic, but I doubt police flushed him from a.his hostagc> 23-year-old Rich-! Saturday night sUlrnjweek Gates plans to step down cushions what the Russians the murder1 '-----'t ,i.......'" "......i may be prepared to negotiate e i.as sccrelary the navy were! scr5ously. t ho _.. second said "everything went the committee will act this black" upon impact. He said year to change it." side door in his ear flew Mansfield, the assistant open, a woman beside him Democratic leader, agreed fell backward and he hit his that the senate committee is likely to reach a figure of about, S3J billion. But he said can't predict what will hap- Turn to Page 8, Col. 1 'pen in the senate itself. head on a seat. Witnesses said passengexs- J50 Persons Bleachers Collapse af Rodeo in East Kansas Mayetta, Kan. A had been built for lho deo arena bleachers buckled'this year's.rodeo. They were the .lanuary. White At that j secret probably win he arranged quickly and time. Eisenhower picked jn spjte of fears on this a Negro byjannounced ard of suburban 8ang of white teenagers aft-! House last ton. Wetzel was unharmed. they taunted him with "Jim unfkM. William' The 6-foot-3 Deckard jibes. JFranke. to succeed him. been sought since his escape1 The murderer! man was tall.i Gates, 53-year-old Republic- I in: bespectacled Kelso an, had intended to return to', 32, a carpenter who was sav- his investment banking ingist on bringing in East Germans as pai't of his since hs escape from the federal building downtown St. Louis April 13. I point by French Foreign Min- ister Couve de Murvillc. pos- "with a pop and a bang" yes- terday in this eastern Kansas constructed of a and wooden seat first train stopped after leav- ing a station and was ram- med by the second. A passenger. Jerry Rogus, hamlet, injuring 150 persons.; row s, was in the rear car of the Twenty-three of the victims about train thai was hit. He said he required The turned his heart and saw the otncrs %VPre released after metal frame The section and saw the other train approaching. treatment at hospitals in To- "There WHS a big bans and peka, Ilollon and Lawrence, sparks were flying." hc said. "There was a pop and a "All the people started run- bang and it collapsed." said nine for the front ot the car. C. W. Lawson of Perry, Kan. gill who had been "There was no warning that standing near me started was going give way." i __________ _____________. Lawson was one of about persons in the recently in- stalled bleachers when it crashed to the ground. He was not hurl. Rescue Rushed Witnesses said the specta- tors had just started to file out alter the last performance of the 4-day rodeo when the ac eident occurred. Performei s and other fan? in the crowd of about G.OOO. plunged into the wreckage to free the victims. "There was a lot of scream- ing and shouting." said one witness. "Some of the people clung to girders but most of them piled up into just a big heap. It took several minutes to get them implied." Cause of the accident hasn't been determined. The 75 feet long and had 10 the highest of which 16 feet from the ground. Only two years afio. a sec- tion of bleachers at the arena almost gave way during a rodeo perform a nee. A concession stand under the bleachers was smashed. Turn to Page 8, Col. 5 Lorts Deckard dingy attic. He was still de- fiant but out, of ammunition. The desperado. 32-year-old Ivan L. Deckard of Helton- ville. Ind.. was bleeding from an arm Two detec- tives wore wounded, neither seriously, in the yards-apart gun t'ichl in a neighborhood drug store at suburban Uni- versity City. Cornered two hours later and five miles from the hold- He was being held for sessing a machine gun. Telephones Alarm His bandit partner, former convict Herbert .1. Lorts, 34, was shot in the heart. They took only S104 from the drug storgf. much of it in checks. As the bandits barged into the store, they didn't know ing for a June wedding. He. was walking home alone when the attack occurred. Okine, 21 year old white, wife of a Negro from Ghana, was the only witness as she sat sewing in the win- dow of he apartment just across the street. "Five ness. He was a partner in; Drexel Co. before enteringj government service. Turn to Page 8, Col. 2 Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 kind of trouble. 105. DHor Raymond. 31, of They were greeted 145 Huron street, Ostikosh. jlel (Story on Page A-14.) for six white boys that u telephone conversation beween 15 and 18 years old between a boy and his 'girl came up behind the colored! was about to stymie them. she said. Bruce Zuekerman, 27, son: "Someone called out. 'Hi, of drug store owner Irwin .Jim then they closed Xuckernian, was in a tele- in. There was a fight. It look-j phone booth chatting with his ed though as if the colored; girl friend. num was standing up for him-! Tersely, he told her: Then I saw him fall and "Call the must try to drag himself across the hang up." street. Minutes later. Detectives didn't ]ook ;jftor that. T Raymond Bruno. 52, and my own business around Stanley Topper, here knowing only there was some Cochrane was stabbed in Former First Lady Undergoes Operation 'Not as Serious as We Truman Says but Nature of Ailment Not Disclosed Kansas City S u r- jfeons removed a breast tu- mor today from Bess Wal- lace Truman, 74-year-old wife of the former presi- dent. bul- fine of them shot. Tur nto 8, Col. 4 Sfeve Canyon Story Moves to Middle East Steve Canyon is in the midst of a Middle F.ast muddle in a new series starting today on the Post- Crescent comics page. Col. Canyon has just ar- rived in the Middle F.a.st in answer to a plea from a wartime comrade, who happens to be a lovely young lady. Anti-American feeling runs high in this area, the communists are plotting trouble, and the newly arrived air force colonel could be just the spark to set off an explo- sion. What happens0 Read the story daily to find out. Jailed Youth Says He Plans Hunger Strike TODAY'S INDEX Comics Deaths Kditorials House Kaukauna Markets Television Women's Section Weather Map Twin B 6 A14 A R the chest. The gang escaped. GOP Budget Seen For Wisconsin Madison The bien- nium budget under which Wis- consin's first Democratic ad- ministration in 25 years will operate probably will have Republican figures on second year spending. That possibility was ad- vanced today by fJov. Gayiord N'eison. whose executive budg- et calls for S1K4-J million in the first year of the biennium and repeats the figure for the second year. Republican opposition to Nelson's proposal again evi- denced itself last week in the GO I '-co nl rolled senate. Eisenhower Visits Dulles in Hospital Kansas City Bess Wallace Truman, 74-year-old wife of former President liar- ry S. Truman, underwent wh'en close to the operating room on the fifth floor of Research ;hospital from the start of the [operation until he came to the ground floor to visit the i off ice of Hospital Director ;Robert E. Adams. Newsmen 'caught him as he to enter the elevator to return to the fifth floor. The former president was he came down the elevator but was smiling as he started the re- turn trip. He told newsmen he was going to telephone his daughter Margaret (M r s. hfton Daniel) in New York v here she is expecting the birth of her second child next month. He indicated, but did not. say outright, that it would not be necessary for her to come to Kansas City. The operation was perform- ed by Dr. Wallace Graham, the Truman's long time fam- ily physician, and his asso- ciate. Dr. Philip D. Resiter, a general surgeon. She is in the same hospital where former President Tru- man underwent a gall bladder operation in 1954. He was a patient there 20 days. Mrs. Truman II 7 San Antonio A young c-ivili.-m air force clerk, jailed for allegedly trying Io klss a preacher's daughter, said today he would fast until the girl comes to him. Bili Gilbreath, 23, said he is not going to eat a bite of food until the girl, Miss Shir- ley Xorville, 16, turns up at the city jail to help get him out! The youth was jailed yes- terday after the Rev. Leonard; filed complaints! of Boston which would hover miles above earth in fixed positions powered by j charging him with aggravat-i microwave energy beamed from the ground. The sky station would a IOC- ed assault and disturbing the; Af This Is an Artist's Conception of sky stations planned by the Raytheon company 1 foot saucer designed to catch the rays beamed from the earth. I Kisenhower paid another hos-.Rery of an undisclosed nature pital call today on John Fos- today. ter Dulles, seriously ill with Hor 75-year-old husband, cancer and pneumonia com- talking to newsmen after she plications. ;nad been in the operating The president went to the room for two hours; said: .Her Reed Medical center as SPrious as we midday. There was no mi- thought: I'll have something mediate word on how long he for you in Uvo or threo hmirs was with the former secretary T can-t say anything further of state. now." Kisenhower's visit was not Operation announced by the White! A hospital spokesman said House until he-was on his Truman was still on the back from the hospital. joperating table when Truman Shortly after Eisenhower's; made his brief appearance visit the state department re-1 just before 11 a.m. She'was ported there was no change'taken to surgery at in Dulles' condition since Fri-and the operation started at day when a decline was a.m. i ported. i Truman Had remained; Weather Forecast: Scattered Showers Wisconsin Considera- b 1 e cloudiness through Tuesday with scattered showers in most sections.. Applcton Temper a- tures for the 24-hour period ending at 9 a.m.: High, low, 49. Temperature. 11 a.m., 60. Southeast wind at 18 miles per hour. ter, 30.89 inches. Sun sets at p. m., es Tuesday at a. m.) moon Tueaday a. m. Prominent turus. VixtMe Jupiter, Vf MEWSPAPERI   

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