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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 22, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL L No. 72 30 A. B AmETON-NfENAIUMENASHA, FMDAY.MAYtt, 1959 Seeks Russian Pledge For 'Hands Off Berlin' North Central Will Serve Fox Cities In About 60 Days Airlines' Officials, Governor Work Out Promise at Conference Madison Gov. Gaylordjed to say whether it will con-; Nelson and North Central Air-1form to the CAB order, com-j lines Vice President Frank jmenting that it did not want; jButtomer today announcedito jeopardize its court fight.; khat the airline would begin: Today's conference appar-1 Iflights to Appleton in about ently ends indecision over air- days. ;line service for the Fox Cities i Precise date of service leaves the beginning dale; jnot been determined due the air. [necessary flight detail filings. The Marshfield leg of the is seeking the grave of his son, a gunner aboard a flying fortress which was shot jwith the civil aeronautics Bronte will not be a part of the 0 board, Buttomer indicated, flights, since the air- down during a bombing mission in World war II. A1P Wtrcphoto William H. Right, manager of the Prange store in Appleton and a vice president of the H. C. Prange company, pauses with his brother, Frank, left, at the French unknown soldier's tomb in Paris. Between them is the keeper of the eternal flame at their feet. Frank Pifer, former sheriff of Woodford Rioters and Police Clash 300 Arrested in Buenos Aires After Battle April Living Costs Climb to New High Higher State, Local Taxes Called Factor in Advances Washington Living whose pay rates are geared costs rose in April, climbing: for a quarterly living cost .ad-; strikers were arrested last back to the record high reach-; 4Ustment based On the govern-! night after thousands of riot- Buenos 300' Sources in Appleton, is not ready for opera- have been in close contact tion, it was indicated, with the fight for air service! Gov. Nelson congratulated since its beginning six years the airline for not waiting for ago, have recently indicated final court ruling and called July 1 was the probable date, it a sacrifice by North Cen- Buttomer declined to ment on the date. Nail Down Date Gov. Nelson indicated that: the conference with North j Central was to nail down a j yes or no from the firm on flying the route which serves' Minneapolis, Ashland. Eauj Claire, Marshfield, Appleton and Milwaukee. North Cen- tral has fought the route Doctor Placed I iOn Probation ed in July and November of ment index will receive no ers and police had turned last year. The government in- dex went up two-tenths of 1 change in pay because Buenos Aires into per cent from March to 123.9 change for the 3-month peri-ia ?cr cent of the 1947-49 was too small. This inj A v.s.tmg dignitary, Presi- This matched the peak re- corded in two months last; Turn to Page 3, Col. 2 jthrough the CAB procedure and now has a case appeal- ing the CAB ruling in federal court in Washington, D.C. The airline has consistently refus- Announcing the figure to- Dtfffl day, the labor department' m said that rising state and In-' f Qffy eMT7inQl cal taxes helped shove up the living cost level. Costs of; Rio de Janeiro Wl Corn- dent Sukarno of Indonesia, was caught in the melee jwhen strikers shouting anti-govern- ment slogans pressed around the car carrying him to Gov- ernment House for a call on President Arturo Frondizi. Police finally detached the Blood Type May Be Vital Clue In Rape-Killing tola Physician Says He Intends to Continue Practice Ralph H. Wi- ley, 43, lola physician charg-j cd with six counts of burg- lary, pleaded guilty and was placed on probation for three Al- WlM-phnto This Is the Cover Illustration of a book for children called "The Rabbits' a white rab- bit marrying a black has drawn protests in Alabama. Alabama Forbids the Boons White Rabbit Cannot Marry Black Rabbit car from transportation, medical stranded by a reached recreation and personal care ferryboat strike burned the! House mlhurt items all were up also. terminal Niteroi today years to the state department! refiectec[ of public welfare by Judge1 Herbert A. Bunde in circuit court at Waupaca Thursday. MHwaulcee Scientific iff's department and county a investigation. He ad- jrapists white victim, has tied mittcd he took varied items, Neero inmate of Wisconsin.mostly junk and antiques, up also. Lcmuuni nuiciui Luviaj, rpwo persons were ......_ Food Prices Ease 'and fought with police a fourtn story balcony: state prison to the sensation-from 13 farm homes in the Food, however, declined to tne riot- i crammed with battle viewers jal rape-slaying of a suburban; Ioia area one-tenth' of 1 per cent con- First reports from the to the street. An-j housewife, Mrs. Edna Mauch.j Stipulations of his sentence; tinuing a nine-months drop across the bay from, other 25 persons were injured! Milwaukee County Dist.Jare that he submit to terrupted only in January. said three persons were j in the street fighting, in which :Atty. William McCauley and Uent psychiatric treatment j cost "rise'killed and many others; street cars and buses werelhis counterpart in adjoiningiand that he follow the direc-j Montgomery, Ala. A book for young children about a white rabbit marry- ing a black rabbit has drawn protests in Alabama. It was withdrawn from general public library cir- culation because segrega- tionists complained that it pro integration views. Book Not Banned The book is "The Rabbits' published by Harper Bros, last year for children between the ages of three and seven. It was written and illustrated in color by Garth Williams. The story tells of the mar- riage of the black and white rabbits at a moonlight wed- ding attended by all the oth- of the arcfmDanicd bv a labor wounded when police fired on overturned and burned. IWaukesha county, George tions of the psychiatrist, ri dS tent report showing tne demonstrators. Violence erupted when bank S Lawler, planned to question also was ordered to make full the purchasing power of tory worker earnings rose to a record level in Ap- j f return to work. man was Wiley said that "the de- ril The previous record was---------------------------------------------------------------------------- fenced in Decembei. 19o6. nt was wonderful." He Spendable earnings of fac- tory worker? their pay less federal tax deductions also set a new record in April. Factory worker take-home pay average per work for the worker with three de- pendents and for the single worker. This reflected both increased wages and 1 HP-III-I a hrir-k in premium overtime rates for BY PAUL R. JORDAN ,of the Democratic senatorial'10 in o, uaJuS-ssiS; tory workers are now up up a primary campaign for fpr Johnson about 10 per cent over the governor so unprecedcntedly level last year. After criticisms of the book appeared, Miss Emily Wheelock Reed, director of the Alabama Public Library Service division, which lends books to local librar- ies throughout the state, or- dered the book placed on the agency's reserve shelv- es. Miss Reed said the rabbit book had not been banned, but merely withdrawn from general circulation. Librar- ians seeking the volume for their local libraries may ob- tain it now only by specific request. Some still carry it on their open shelves, Miss Reed said. She said she and mem- Turn to Page 3, Col. 4 Brentano Appeals to His Allies BY JOHN HIGHTOWER Genera Went many pressed the Big Three western powers today to get permanent hands-off-Berlia pledge from Russia before agreeing to a summit ence. Foreign Minister Heinrich von Brentano told a conference he the United States, Britain and France must obtain Soviet "confirmation of the existing rights of the west in Berlin as a pre-condition for a sum- mil meeting." If that commitment could be secured informally from Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko here, he said, It could be made the basis for a formal agreement at the sum- mit. It would bind Russia to accept the right of the west- ern powers to keep troops in Berlin and to supply them across East Germany. Enter New Phase After nearly two weeks of formal sessions, the Big Four ministers are now moving in- to a new phase in which they expect shortly to get down to hard-boiled bargaining in se- cret over the Berlin and sum- mit. issues. Sec. of State Christian A, Herter, and British Foreign Sec. Selwyn Lloyd, Maurice Couve de Murville of Franca and Von Brentano decided to- day the bargaining will have to go on in small secret gath- erings over lunch and dinner tables. These will parallel the big semi-public meetings at the palace of making this a split-level conference developing partly in the open and partly in secret. Informants also said the western ministers adopted a strategy of patience for deal- ing with Gromyko. They cided they can outwait him on the summit question and thus need not make the first overtures to get the talk, about Berlin started. Soviet sources, meanwhile, are passing out word that Gromyko is not in any hurry Turn to Page 3, Col. 1 The fighting spread from clerks striking for highorjthe 37-year-old inmate today restitution, the bayfront throughout Nite- wages demonstrated one Waupun. They refused to. Another Chance roi. the capital of Rio de J a- before a government dead- identify him. Nervous and perspiring nciro state. 'line for a return to work. Tne man was sentenced! Dr. Wiley originally to a 1-35 year term cision to I for the rape of a 16-year-old chance I girl in 1954. He was paroled great Burden last. April but returned to the prison a few days after Mrs. Mauch was killed for a sex assault on still another wom- an. for Primary Campaign Bewilders Kentucky Democrats lifted from his shoulders. As for reaction from his neighbors and patients, Dr. Wiley referred to an "under- standing between us." He said his problem "was never Democrats Have New Hopes for Program Encouraged by Easy Victory Over Administration on Housing Measure Washington A walk-'President Eisenhower as un- Mrs. Mauch, was as- by the villagers away victory by house Demo- sound, saulted in the bedroom of her and Kaid lhere hafi becn no crats in their battle for large! Still in committee is a bill housing aids provide a billion dollars of Plan 47 Shots Within 2.5 rears Washington Ifl The gov- ernment's space agency tentative plans for 47 space shots including 11 toward the moon and planets within the next 2J years. Dr. T. Keith Glennan, na- tion aeronautics and space ad- ministration head, outlined the program yesterday to a senate space subcommittee. lie testified in support of the agency's request for Ken-' campaign committee, ndins deliver the convention votes Former U. S. in 3. John M. Robsion has on- cxpensive "that "them'1? opposition in the Re- oro hou-iiHnrori publican primarv for govern- Most of li million workers at e i f> ________________________I The puzxling question: Wauwatosa home and beaten 'decline jn his practice since an the charges were made pub- lefleral alrls en1 "loans For the remainder of 1959, hanccd prospect, today oflolher Democratic programs, i hospitals and other sautes, one lunar room had been "very under- R a ]us, vot the1 health facilities. U is and one space. frobe- have iGlennan gave no dates or house yesterday passed aj Turn to Page 3, Col. 6 'other details, is' Democratic-backed said the people "very u The Wiloys Building Page Has Helpful Hints for Home Thinking about remodel- ing or making home im- provements this summer? If you face that prob- lem, tonight's Post-Cres- cent may provide some of the answers. In the week- sis of material blood stained showed the killer had a rare -standing B Wood thiee So doe.-, a child born leeent- w no coni.niuiu ly to a housewife raped last practice while free on bond, 000. 000 housing bill after up-j .lune in her home in New Ber- said he will remain in the vil- spUjng every Republican ef-j forl to w'hiule jt down lo by the lice medicine, I is an estimated million be- Robsion's opponents, con- t ling spent in the contest of tractor Granville Thomas and l'n Waukesha county. nr men for the gubernatori-: farmer-school teacher Thur- The inmate, according (o .MUIOUMI ivi. ial nomination'.' .man J. Hamlin. have made Capt. Alvin Basting of the The generally accepted the-: previous political races, but Wauwatosa police, has type ory is that. Kentucky, a small neither has ever won. AB or B blood. i Turn to Page 7, Col. 7 state of three million may be a preliminary skir- imishing area in the battle for the I960 Democratic presiden- i tinl nomination. i The principal contestants in Tuesday's primary are Lt Gov. Harry I.ee Waterfield Combs, a former find hints on everything from painting and decorat- ing to how to' improve landscaping. You also will find advertisements plac- ed by local merchants tell- ing you where specific tools and services are available to make the job easier. TODAY'S INDEX Comics Deaths Editorials House Kankauna Tttevtaton Wottien'i SecttoH A15 A 7 A 4 A A All i fl May Involve Presidency Significantly in the back- ground are the main support- ers of the two candidates: Behind Waterfield is Gov. Albert B. Chandler, who ac- tively sought th'e nomination for president in 1956 and who indicates he would like to try again next year. Backing Combs is Earle C. Clements, a former governor and former U. S. senator, who is a close friend of Sen. Lyn- don Johnson of Texas, a re- ported contender for the I960 presidential nomination. At stake could be Ken-, tucky's votes in the Demo-; cratic national convention at Los Angeles. If Waterfield nominated j and then elected in Chandler conceivably would get ittate'a bacKinf ai a favorite candidate. H becomes govern- or. It that dtoeetot Wilev was re- court' to prac-; ministration his medical li-; six Wisconsin congressmen; voted in favor of the bill.j They were Flynn, Kastenmeior, Keuss and Police Chief, Wife and Son Vanish From Home Owcgo, N. Y. Police to drive a new Chief Howard Branning, his'patrol car to an Endicott wife and their 24-year-old son for a checkup. The pa- hlocki. Democrats, trolman reported that the ,are missing from this th carac ri O Konski, Republican. i-ne garage ana saia county scat, a center for! he would get another ride jmuch of the investigation of j hack to Owego. The distance is 13 miles. (Byrnes and Van Pelt, Repub-j licans, voted against the bill.- Not voting, but recorded against, were Republicans Laird and Withrow.) Aid to Communities The result put congress squarely at odds with i dent Eisenhower in the polit-! ically tinged hassle overj (spending versus the balanced] budget. Mrs. Brannitif A more immediate result'the notorious Apalachin gang- was to generate new slearmland conclave. behind proposals for a billion! Branning, 39, has not been dollars of federal aid for local: seen since Monday. His wife public works projects, and a and son, John, left their home quarter billion dollars of gov- by automobile yesterday, ernment. loans and grants to: "I don't know where the assist depressed areas. 'chief Mayor John Day Karlicr this month the said. "He certainly is miss- house banking committee, ing." which brought forth the big; On Monday, two housing bill, gave two-to-one i from tht state comptroller's approval to a J251 million pro-l office begun checking His wife told a reporter she had no idea where he was. Neighbors said Mrs. Bran- jning, her son and a woman j.whom they did not know left ithe Branning home about mid-morning. They took lug- gage with them, the bors said. Branninf Outlook for gram of Mid to eomrnunKies suffering economic ___tovchornic unemployment. 9m. 8Mt ChfMlMi fovM Foreign MMitcr Andrei Gromyko JIM paused Brttlsh ForHgn Sec. Uoyd, Ml ftfU at to rtfht, flMk 
                            

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