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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               v t y APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 70 52 A, B, C, D WEDNESDAY. MAY AMOCIATCD W1JUC MK Price Seven Cants McClelian Urges Congress to Meet Threat From Hoffa Meany Spurns Suggestion of General Strike Houston Teamsters Union President James F. Hoffa today denied be threatened a nationwide strike in reprisal for pro- posed restrictive labor laws. No Injuries Result; Property Damage 5 Dead, 5 Hurt Reported Light 2 Tornadoes HitWestern Parts of State GOP's Budget Voted Instead of Governor's In Explosion At Baltimore By the Associated Press Two roaring tornadoes drop- ped out of storm clouds Tues- day night, striking at western portions of Wisconsin. There Baltimore An explos- finjuries and ion racked the hull of a sea- plane being cleaned with a commercial solvent in a Mar- Tnh n- One of the twisters blasted two farms in Grant county be- ifore blowing out as it swept toward Madi- and m-, Jts baUering assault and L. McClelian (D-Ark) urged] juring at least five others. i threatening march on the cap- congress today to meet head-j Martin spokesman said were charted by radar on James R. Hoffa's threat s? me" tracking equipment at Truax I the hull of a PnM2 Marlin Force base at Madison call a nation-wide strike seaplane with spent in Sky labor unions are subjected to; cleaning fluid using pressure As the storm climbed into anti-trust laws. jhoses when a muffled explos-ithe sky and spent its fury, a McClelian, chairman of rocked the interior of the spokesman for the state traf-; Vt ihull. fie natrol said at Madison, "It; senate rackets The big h a n g a r. located looks Hke a big thunderhead." said he will introduce soon from the main cluster of The second tornado was re- bill he has talked about toiMartin buildings, quickly fill-'ported in Monroe county, 100 apply the anti-trust laws toled with smoke, but there was I miles to the north. on 'little fire after the first flash.; Undersheriff Edward Fuen- transportation unions. He, Inquij.y Regim sajd the funnel apparent. gave no further details. j An on-the spot inquiry was ly did not touch the ground. Hoffa, president of thei begun quickly by Dr. Melvini After it roared through the teamsters union told aidavis, Maryland deputy part of the coun- Brownsville Texas audience1 ical examiner. ;ty, three patrol cars combed BrownsMlle Texas, audience, The companv said the area but found no dam- yesterday that organized the had not been de_ ager-Fuenger said the twister bor's answer to such legisla-j termined. Turn to Page 13, Col. 6 tion should be to have all its1 The hangar is only about; collective bargaining con-! two miles from where a Cap- tracts expire on the turboprop airliner explod- date. and then strike. Jed in flight May 12, No AFL-CIO Backing j wreckage and the bodies of "We can call a passengers and four crewmen; Ontario The Kicka- strike all across the nation-over a wide area. Cause of that will straighten out the'i that disaster been de-' employers once and for j termined. The pieces of the1 Hoffa said. [plane are being reassembled The suggestion was quickly! in a northwest Baltimore han- rejected by AFL-CIO Presi-igar. dent George Meany, who; The hangar where the ex-! serve'd notice Hoffa could notj plosion occurred is used to and town officials ordered count on support from the clean and paint the seaplanes eration's 123 million mem-1manufactured here before bers. The AFL-CIO has are delivered. The han- Economy Big Republican Budget Issue Party Trying to Prove It Is Friend Of State Taxpayer Senate Acts After Debate Of 15 Hours Madison Republican senators Tuesday discarded Gov. Gaylord Nelson's execu- tive budget and passed a sub- stitute of their own. The action capped some 13 hours of speechmaking and one of the longest running debates in recent senate his- tory. When the oratory ended, the j Madison The senate's GOP proposal for the next bi- stubborn challenge of Gov. 'ennium called for a total mon- [Nelson', budget is intended ishow the Republican party as miUion, to the state build- the friend of the taxpayer. ;ing fund. The intricate exercise in-1 Bitter Debate BY JOHN WYNGAAKD I'ont-Ornccnl Staff Wrltrr ory of capitol planned to demonstrate to observant taxpayers that: i wirpphnu 1. The Republicans are pre-1 The Appleton Post-Crescent has won another first prize for retail advertising promotion for newspapers under circulation with a "color forum" to tell j posed in Gov. Nelson's __ I ns4 It I'll! advertisers about use of color in newspaper advertising. Robert U. Brown, million, oc about "nder js obvious now Mi_ Leack'r Henry Maier of poo river, fed by a heavy downpour, swept over its banks today flooding this town 35 miles east of La Crosse. Low roads were flooded schools closed as the river waters rose 3i feet m an hour. A rainfall of 3i inch- pelled the teamsters on: gar is separated from the rest es was measured unofficial- charges of corruption. ;Of the plant by the airfield ly within a half hour. i Sen. Pat McNamara (D-'used by Martin's and an air! La Farge downstream j a former Detroit union; natjonal guard detachment. also was threatened by the official, said a general strike: identification of the dead publisher of Editor and Publisher magazine, which sponsors the competition, presents the award in Miami, Fla., to Marshall Granros, Post-Crescent promotion manager, who accepted in behalf of the newspaper. The Post-Crescent's entry was prepared by Will Olson, copy service department manager. Fifth First Place in 5 Years 'Color Forum' for Retailers Wins I Post-Crescent a National Honor styled "bare bones" budget. Building Program 2. The Republicans want a final 20-13 party-line vote, "that the mask of economy building program. rising waters. The be suicidal. "would and added that of next of kin. think Hoffa has more than to do that." He noted; that Hoffa had said a strike could be called, not that it would be. McClelian saw real danger in Hoffa's words, which he called a threat against con- gress and the people. He said the teamsters chief should not be allowed to get away with it. "Don't minimize or under- justlwas withheld pending notifi- was between 10 and 11 feet at 6 a.m. A crest jj-ajj Germans, French Cautious on Talks Girl Attacked At Oshkosh Tells Police Two Men Threw Her to ;first place." 'ana e- Turn to Page 13, Col. 4 Group Doesn't Act On Reid Nomination Try to Slow Down Allies On Quick Secret Parleys BY JOHN M. HIGHTOWER 'man peace settlement will magay.ine. The paper also won Geneva West Ger- continue possibly until tire t-mi'l Washington Presi- many and France were re-of the week. to be putting This means a delay in the ncwspaper advertising on U.S.-British schedule which Ucrter tenta- were brought to Appleton by for a prompt lively anticipated last Post Crescent, the first "color forum" held were -attended by over; by the Appleton Fox Cities retail advertis- ;Crescent to acquaint Fox Cit-'ers and by Post-Crescent em- jties retailers with use of col-iplnyes. or in newspaper advertising; The Post-Crescent submit-! has been judged the best ted two entries, the winning; newspaper promotion in the ione detailing the color promo-; nation in 1958 to promote re-'tion project. Both entries j tail advertising in newspapers .were prepared by Will of less than 50.000 circulation, manager of the Post-Crescent! The award, announced copy service department. j Tuesday night at the conven-: Certificates of merit in tlie; tion of the National Newspa- classification went to the Ven- per Promotion association in ango-Oil City Newspapers of Miami, Fla., is the fifth con- Franklin, Pa., and Riverside secutive first place award Prrss Enterprise, River- won by the Post-Crescent in side Calif .Oshkosh girl told Oshkosh po-j annual competition spon- year the Post-Cres- that she was attacked by' sored by Editor and Publisher cenl j.ecejved first place two men Tuesday night while 3 and for a reasonable capital budget w.thm the Present; framework of state taxes. I and work you weje not able Gov. Nelson has conceded come up wjtn something that his own budget, although ;more subslanUai than you it is smaller in dimensions' dic, than he would have desired iirahcim praises Budget will leave a deficit that willj The nemocratic barbs were require some additional j cast gt amend- levies of taxes aside from the swelled the GOP's general tax revision that has orj jnal fjrst.year total Som0 been deferred for a fall miUJon sion of the legislature. j j n 'there were 30 at. The governor also to change the Republi- building construe .on budget, suhsitute bill by amend. i Republican propo- of considerably larger Turn to Page 13, Col. 2 High School Youth Din tax withholding legislation he sponsored. Draheitn's "View Republican senators during! _ the laborious 3-day debate on During initiation jthe rival spending prograbs im_ TK idid not explicitly promise; xakima, wasn. !thal their version of a ceremony for a Ya- Ground; She Escaped budget could be financed k.ma High school club, being without additional income. Oshkosh A 13-year old; But Sen. A. A. Drahcim, Turn to Page 13, Col. 3 nomina- Reid to dent Eisenhower's tion of Ogdcn R. be ambassa- dor to Israel was left dan- gling today in the senate for- eign relations committee. The commit- tee concluded hearings on the nomina- t i o n yester- Reid day. but returned today ported today the brakes texpt'rts in Field Four national experts in f frt iv walking with a friend near Franklin school. She said she had gone to Turn to Pnge 13, Col. 5 Dead, 14 Hurt In Plane Crash carried out in the water of a small pond east of town, turn- Washington President ed into tragedy yesterday when one of the 16 initiate! died. Henry Sherwood, a 16-year- old sophomore, and 15 other youths dressed in garments made from burlap sacks were A transport; being paddled by members of Franklin school with six other jpiane crashed into an air force'the club, a letterman's or- children to play and as in southern Japan to- fianization, in the water when !and a boy were walking past [day killing three and injuring, Sherwood sank beneath the j1 fourteen the air force an- surface. :a trc-c two men ll announceti. ;OUt find them." The boy managed to get crashed into that private talks with Soviet "color forum" of its kind in _ _. opening of secret talks with Minister Andrei A. Hie nation directed specifiea- Dy Cl the Russians over the Berlin Gromyko might get under ally at acquainting adverlis- crisis and prospects for a way by today or tomorrow. ers on use. M-ope and details has conforrpd the summit conference Vun Horlf'r 'H'wspaper KOI (luiim f f dom on away but the men grabbed! Air base. summit con orence ifor a half hour this mornmg. the paper) color. IhcjnccU ,t is lhc, pa_ 1he Kirl amj lhrow her to Asmya Air Some cautious moves v 01 e indicated the secret phase------------------------------ hjghest award to civil. ground. She said she fought apparently going on in the of the Big Four talks kicked them but they1 rt u The former secretary of threw her to the ground two right Over HOUSing state, critically ill with cancer more times. The second time The initiation was being su- The plane, a C130 transport, ;pervised by the heart football the barracks at: coach at the high school, Don 'Smith. a dinner Big Four foreign ministers ably would not begin for sev- conference concerning the eral days. start of secret negotiations. Ilerter will have Von Brcn- to Seek Soviet Action tano and other top West Ger- closed hearings on President when these do take place man leaders to dinner tonight. Eiscnho w e r's ,hey will almost, certainly de- Tomorrow night the American foreign aid bill. termine whether a summit diplomat is There were some prospects conference will be held this a vote on Heid may be de- _summer. laved until the committee's Foreign Ministers Maurice regular routine meeting next Murville of France Tuesday. Reid is a former anfj Heinrieh von Brcntano of president and editor ol the Germany appeared less Kew York Herald Tribune. anxious to get quickly into se- cret talks than their two west- iern colleagues. They were said to be tak- ing the line with Sec. of Stale 'Christian A. Ilerter and Bri- Selwyn l.loyd that, since the Soviet Union creal- 'ed the Berlin crisis, the Bus- Today's Post Crescent sians should take the lead in carries" pictures and stor- finding a solution, ies on the 8-county "Alice Couvc de Murville and Von In Dairyland" contest ac-- Brentano are not opposed to tivities "held in Neenah seret talks, diplomats said. Tuesday. but insist the western allies Jack Glasner, Post-Cres- musl enter into such discus rent reporter, and James sjOns with the greatest care. r% K fWiwore Since jan. 1 land pneumonia complications, they knocked her down she. f> I _ IlI'VIO 'received the medal yesterday heard one say: "Let's rape Ul VVll 'at Walter Reed army hospital, her." She freed herself and 110. Alvin E. Pitzen, 48, It presented to him on ran to the south side baseball Story on Page C-10 Bloc Assail Measure Sfories, Photos Cover 'Alice' Neenah Contest Rartelt. of the Post-Cres- cent news service, are at Debate over the rival and mutually rejected Soviet and Green Lake- to cover the western proposals for a Ger- povernor'S conference on--------------------------------------- Industrial Development, which opens today. Stories on this important meeting will be presented Thursday. TODAY'S INDEX Comics Cll Praths A12 Editorials A 4 Bouse A 9 Kaukanna 2 Markets l> Sports C Television 1 Women's C! S Weather Map Twin Cities 1 Eisenhower Signs Appropriations Bill j Washington President Kisonhower today signed a (bill appropriating for various federal agencies the remaining months of the present fiscal year. j Included is million for !the development loan fund.of jthe foreign aid program. This ;is million less than the I president had requested. In a "Dear Foster'' note Describes Mt-n accompanying the medal. Kis- The girl describedI one ofj Washj'n lon _ lffl __ House today or tomorrow on when and a priv- backed by con- house ili-gc to award you this med- pounds and wearing a dark SOrvative southern Demo- of Florida a lmert UP but bkck- though ,t js to express my j. is. S h, h., c St passage of what they assail- cd bv the administration. it t he u'e'rition vou h-.ve served so have been a gun and she ed as a budget-busting Both bills would extend the well 'it docs stand as a small thought he had dark hair and. housing bill. ;federal housing admimstra- toke'n of the and es-i.smelled of liquor j wilh govcl.nrncnt spending tion'.s almost-exhausted au- teem tint the people of Another girl said she saw. V? thorily to insure private hous- ic-i -nid'of the world hold for lhc man on the bus and that overshadowing Housing as mortgages. This provision K.'ritiiiiioiiiii-Vvii'iiiiijtjnjiij'i' t- 11 1 h li f 111 y f1 s v nt t 'vnn -mH vour tireless efforts he had tried to talk to them. mi. nuusi. a ji js jn controversy, but has you and vour tirf less described in its annual housing battle tjpd up jn the battle QVeF as looking like "a man who After a morning caucus of foaturcs. hangs around a restaurant -the 153 Hepubl.can members, hn, for tft. and gives money to young GOP leader Charles A. Hal- djng of people to Play the juke box." U-ck of Indiana to d newsmen d wjth President Eis. The second man was dc- the impending would he scribed as taller and slimmer "close as hell." Madison The senate k hflir hanRinc into; "This will be a key vote.' ,h 000 todav killed a bill that would f snid hc was hp said. "There is no doubt progiam and the have raised the minimum le- .'narloy" boots and this is a budr-et busting bill." 000 housing bill already pass- gal age for purchasing beer to belt with silver Two Bills Offorr-d 21. studs. i Ilalleck's statement eaine a Almost three hours of de- gjris thought the first1 few hours before the house on behalf of freedom." Senafe Kills Beer Measure onhowcr.s original 8Uggestion fino 000 000 cfl tne bale preceded the 18 to 14 man was about f 19 and the was to start preliminary vot- Keep KOinCOOr vote, but party politics did not olhc-r about 23. ;ing on two housing measures figure in the speech making The boy described the car the Democratic bill ap- or the final ballot. as a gray or white 1949 Mor- "proved by the house banking Sen. Davis Donnelly, D-Eau c-ury with damage on the right committee, the other a siib-; Claire, the bill's author, found side, lie said it wont north on .stitute drafted by Rep. A. S.j his biggest opposition in his I.ouolla street. jlJcrlonK, a Florida Democrat.! own parly. I Republicans plugged for Wisconsin Warmer to- morrow wjth continued cnance of thundershcwers in al] partS of the state. Appleton n pary. It was Sen. William Moster, Author GetS Passport jpassage of the less costly Her-; for thp 24-hour period end- Democrat from long bill. They claimed a 50-j 150 chance of success. I Democratic loaders, with a' is ration Milwaukee, D i who offered the motion to re Valid tor Ked China ject Donnelly's bill and an: Vincent J c 411 ,amendment would sot the sh autnor voting majority Pony-Tilted Maureen left, a Seattle, Wash., iminimum at 19. The legal frce lance foreiRn the defeat of lesser policewoman, who posed as a bobbysoxer Seattle's for buying is ifi. ient has granted a U. it The offorcn passport viilid for travel progrnni. 11, Crfliriiclci SCnOol to CAlCn rnnnjuann Cigarisi sell" Wilkif, Chinfl tiopc5 to up'slum ers, talks with Richard Michael Mulron, 18, whom ison, finally was killed by hureau in Peiping, n 1 i..... TX _du< MDefaiizra FHA U1M4XBI f the president had sought. younger pupil. 'president. TIN MffCfl ing at 9 a.m.: High 79, 62. Temperature at a.m., 67. Overnight rainfall of 1.96 inches. wind at 14 miles per hoop. Barometer, tnctm. Sun at p. m., es Thursday M moon ,p, m. VistMe V INEWSPA'PERf iNEWSPA'PERf   

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