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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 28, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL L No. 77 MHIIOIIIMIUII MBIMIK. IXH HOT II 1111 Price Sara Proxmire Asks 65 Per Cent Limit on Taxes Believes Present Setup Discouraging To Enterprise Washinftoa liam Proxmire 2 Monkeys Return Alive From Trip Through Space Sen. Wil- (D-Wis) pro- 73 Injured as South Bend' tad- .Greyhound bus bound tion in the top personal TfUCk come tax rate from 81 to 65; per cent He said that "confiscatory Chicago to New York rammed A from rates that now exact up to 91 the rear end of a catlle truck' Withholding Heads Tunisia Calm For Last Showdown As Committee Acts per cent of a taxpayer's in- 4 in a dense fog this come discourage ,t sending 13 persons to a South Initiative and enterprise." i Bend hospital. Asserting the treasury re- v i v i -11- Tne bus driver, William ceives only about M Maywood, 111., suf- from all taxes that exceed to fered a possible dislocation of per cent Proxmire said his lhe right hi but the 12 bill would more than offset sengers taken to Memorial Madison _ Gov. Gaylord'coming. government took a calm view, such a loss to the treasury. hospllal were not believed' withhnlHiniy Sen Kirby Hendee, Milwau-ltoday Coward a French army, Other Proposals serlouslv. Nelsons withholding tax leg- Republican> lts had, hurt Seri0usly. Straight Party Vote May Pass Assembly, Unlikely in Senate jceipts that would be forth- ison Gov. Gaylord not believed I Nelson On Report of Rebel Pursuit French Army States Algerians "Chased Mile Across Border Algiers art The Tunisian' Among the provisions of the crash Vent the bus islation is heading for a show- on a straight Republican- Algerian rebels a mile inside army commuru-, que last night said a unit on measure, he said, is one onto the grass dl. d o w n in the legislature. Democratic division when he Tunls'a- requires that compensation vider strip on Ind. 2. 'Democrats pushed the meas- offered an amendment that1 A paid in the form of stock op-, A few of the cattle escaped ure through the legislative fi- would "forgive" one year of nlg l tions be taxed as ordinary in- from the truck in which the nance committee by an 8 to 6 tax payments, eliminating the nf n come instead of capital gains driver, Merrill D. Smith, 33. vote. feature. Hendee kj.ine r> Aleerian na Also, he said, the bill speci- ciaypool, Ind., escaped in- The measure now for1 and olhcr Republicans said aslainsllots of 6 sol fies that gams or losses from jury. the floor of the assembly. they are merely taking Kel- diers There was no mention sale of depreciable capital as- Among the bus the majority Demo- son al nls word whcn he ha, Qf any Tunisians being involv- sets shall be taxed as an or- admitted to Memorial hospital crats are likely to approve it said that his primary purpose ed in" the shooting dinary rather than as a capi- for treatment, mostly for cuts'and send it to the senate to ls not to get three years or The flrmy ,ater asked news tal gain or loss. and bruises, were Po Ting almost sure death. I tax yields in two years. men to eliminate the referenc-1 The bill does not provide, Lee, 20, and Anthony Shek. 19, he said, for any change in the Hong Kong students at Mar- Republican Opposition The solid minority vote of (Acceleration of collections es to right of pursuit and Tu- would arnount to million, territory but did not ex-' capital gains taxation of quette university. Milwaukee Republicans against the meas- The stale would keep mil_ piajn Apparently the army! stocks, bonds or other non-and Donald G. Peterson, 30, depreciable property. non- and Donald G. Peterson, Ifiau Claire, Wis. Ike Cites Need for Progress at Talks Hints Summit Meeting Depends On Developments in Geneva issues now being debated. He'> Eisenhower today told Soviet added: m Foreign Minister Andrei A. "The president likewise ex-' Killian tO Qllit under the xelson plan modified its announcement on' Ue th mo build-i orders from Paris in an effortj and the locah. to avoid trouble with the ure in committee indicates their opposition. Republicans antj control the senate by a 20 to program. and the locah-j avulu w, 13 margin, and senate leaders u u t lnisian government, have uniformly denounced uge ag gee fit Demo_j The Tunisian government what Gov. Nelson calls a. and Algerian rebels operating "pay as you go" tax plan. Turn to Page 5, Col. 7 jn Tunisia said they knew committee's The finance chambers in a remote corner of the capitol were super-; charged with partisan rivalry! Tuesday as Republicans chal- lenged the Nelson claim that he is concerned with improv- ing tax collection efficiency, rather than in the accelera- tion of tax yields and the bounteous "windfall" of re- Urges Groupfor Economic War Wiley Wants U. S. In Position to Meet Red Tactics Washington Sen. Alex- nothing of the brief invasion. Find No Invasion Abdelkader Chanderli, spokesman for the Algerian rebels at the- United Nations, said that French violations of the Tunisian border could lead to a full-scale war in North Africa. Tunisian sources at the United Nations' said they had been informed by the Tunis government thatj no such invasion took place Tuesday. They suggested the fight- ander Wiley (R-Wis) asked might have been within congress today to provide th_e 10-mile no man s zone on Strikers Clash With Police in Argentina Railway Workers Challenge Troops Trying to Force Them to Go to Jobs Buenos Aires Striking] and a retired lieutenant col- Gromyko "a measure of I pressed the hope that on their1 A ll progress" must be made at'return to Geneva the foreign Aide TO IK6 _ .'ministers would be able to the present Geneva east-west achieve that measure of pro., Washington-ifl-The White President Eisenhower with an Algerian side of the fron- talks if Russia wants a sum- gressi whicn would make a'House announced today the economic warfare council to Uer or lhat tl1e mit meeting. subsequent meeting of heads resignation of Dr. James R. meet Sino-Soviet aggression Eisenhower so expressed of government desirable and Killian. as special in and trade. js and the govern. himself during a 30-mmute h he lalked to and teSogy Wllcy' RePubllcan Most French army offi-lbank c'erks I Union ]cadprs claimpd up to White House meeting with -senate forciRn relations Ccrs ,n Algeria feel the best 1'ce and thousands of ra Iway-j M pcp ccnt Qf jn Gromyko and the American, hovver clearly was beaming chusetts Institute of Tcchnol- committee, said that the cold way of ending the costly war, men challenged troops trying statc.run banks had defjed lhe and French foreign his remarks at Gromyko. He ogy from which he was on wcl1 be won or ]s bv attacking rebel bases-to force lnern lo w ork as Ar- government ultimatum to end was m effect reaffirming his leave. }he markets o the world in Tunisia. jgentina seethed today with in-! Ihoir seven-week strike or lose mm their jobs. Asked on duhtnal stnfc- wcl1 be won or lost is m Tunlsla- determination to a Dr. George Bogdan Kistia-'and on the production line. meeting with Soviet Premier kowsky, professor of chem-, 1" a senate speech, British ministers. Reads Statement Gromyko, without comment-Nikita s. Khrushchev unle.ss i.stry at Harvard university'proposed a "national eeono- ing on Eisenhower's call for the Soviets demonstrate good was chosen by President Eis-'mic council for security and progress, described the ses- faith at Geneva by offering cnhower to succeed Killian presided over by 7 sion as "a very pleasant and reasonable concessions to He is a native of Kiev, Rus- president, and patterned along1 Madison Atty. 300-Mile Altitude, MPH Speed Cape Canaveral (ff) Two monkeys returned alive to- day from a space ride in the nose cone of an army missile. The army announced that both monkeys were recover- ed alive from compartments in the nose cone of a Jupiter missile fired from Cape Canaveral. The rocket had climbed to an altitude of 300 miles and flown at speed! up to miles per hour. The little female monkeys, named Able and Baker are the first living creatures known to have ridden into space and come back alive. The feat represents a major break-through in the U. S. effort to put a man into orbital flight. Scientists said Instruments attached to the small passengers showed they suffered little ill effect from the stresses of blast-off and the weird experience of weight- lessness in some nine min- utes of the 15-minute jour- ney. Only the bare announce- ment that the monkeys sur- vived was contained in the in- itial report received by the army from a navy ship which recovered the nose cone. This was near the is- land of Antigua 92 minutes af- ter the Jupiter soared up. Technicians explained that the delay was the result of the need to undo a mechanical maze in opening the passen- ger compartment. It had been known previ- ously, through radio signals from the nose cone, that the monkeys were alive and well one minute land- ing in the water. At the last minute signals failed, occurrence not at all unusual as a space rocket drops below the horizon. "Both animals are alive and perfect with no the Turn to Page 5, Col. 1 Play Delayed While Fire Is Put Out A I' Wlrephotn This Jupiter Missile Starts upward from Cape Canaveral, Fla., on its flight into space carrying two live monkeys. The nose cone has been recovered and the monkeys found alive and well. New York (jv- "When Gen. useful conversation." match the west's proposals. French Foreign Minister TUaurifp e do Murville1 isia. ,the linos of the national sccur- John Reynolds was asked to- ]n Buenos Aires about 50 spotted the flames, President Arturo Frondizi bank clerks were Neither called out troops with tanks! leaving a meeting after Just kept on and machine the railway guns to patrol center of Junm, Umrltlim- Large numbers louder to 150 miles west of the capital. ity council which coordinates day to give an opinion, declared Junm. a ]unc-j armed troops poured into the capital's streets at noon yes- Russian Woman Hopes To Remain in England tion  esterday and agreed to meet with Sov- iet embassy agents who had been trying to track her down tor four days At the inter- view in the presence of British officials the em- bassy men failed to talk her into going with them. Won't Discuss Case Soviet security men rush- ed her husband, Capt. Alek- sander Dmitriev, M, out of London on a jet -airliner bound for Moscow. Just before Dmitriev, an assistant Soviet naval at- tar he, nowded the plane Bri- tten borne office lhe workers recom' 128 975 price tag put on the Mruck' WdS develop new h commission. tlon wlu'n lhoy wollld go hat'kl BlOStS and find new rlUlll nil Since Jan. 1 115. John F. 17 Kim street, Neenah. (Story on Page A-16.) the matinee About persons packed the house. Flames curled up the car- tain for about 20 feet. Smoke to work, or what the govern------------------------ ment would do to lorce them Bakersfield, Calif A noises came from back. j roaring fire, preceded by five Daekstage as fire extinguish- Bloodv fighting broke out1 explosions, swept the Honolu- prs rushed into action. last night in Cordoba, Argen-jlu Oil company butane gas persons in front rows tma's third largest city 400'plant at McKittrick today. got Up lo ]eave- miles northwest of Buenosi Smoke from the -viiss Gray, who had been softly singing "Anyone Would Love belted out an en- Aires. Police charged striking) plant was visible m 01 bank workers wno up field, 40 miles to the ca-l. barru-ades across downtown (streets. Some shots were fired core. Two men were m.i'jred They were taken to a hospital an remained m Tan. Their condition was b0ats. reported good. Out frnnt Cause of the was un- lhe known, "There is a The series of explosions .-Tncre started at 7 15 a. m. 1 hree hours later firemen appear- minutes if just ed to have the contained outside and wait for us within the plant, where the Thfi audience trooped out flames still roared out of con- the lobb fls tnough ft 'routine intermission (it This is a model of the 400-student Uni- versity of Wisconsin extension center to be built for use by September, 1960, on 20-acrt on Midway road south of Appleton. This sketch shows the build- ing as it would appear looking north from Midway The parking lot 200 cars. A small unit, facing. Midway road, houMt ttw trative offices, the long wing parallel to the road con- tains the laboratories and the small bulb near the end is planetarium and the unit to the rear contains the study hall, lecture room and library. To the far rear to the Ifet fcottor fMMft and storage (Story OB Pap A-17) In came Leonard stage manager. little he is no danger, resume the show in a All telephone communica- tions into McKittrick were disrupted. Telephone lines are reported down. All roads into the area are blocked. Traffic Death Rate Up Sharply in April deaths on the the nation's highways jumped m April for the fourth straight month. This reverses the downward trend In traffic fatalities recorded in 1997 and 1096. The National Safety Cornell today the toll for ttw flnrt four this year 10v ID.TTO was was only the end of the first act.) Ho-Hum, Forecast Rain fo Wisconsin Scattered showers and thundrrshow- ers over the state Friday. Generally warmer temper- atures. Temperatures for the 24-hour period tnd- inf a.m.: High, el, lew. 90. Temperature at 11 a.m., last wind at how. Barometer, M.M i.m II1 et at NEWSPAPER!   

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