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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - September 1, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin 11 APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL LI No. 58 32 B SEPTEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS W1RB KKRV1CR Price Seven Cents 1 3 1 I 4 President Takes Day Off From His European Jaunt Trip Thus Far Looked Upon as Political Triumph London President Eisenhower took a rest from di- plomacy his European tour so far a triumph both po- litically and personally. From both sides of the Iron Curtain came signs that Eisen- hower's mission to thaw the ice of the cold war was bringing results. In Germany Chancellor Konrad Adenauer made an unex- pected gesture of conciliation and friendship to larg- est of the East European communist satellites. The crusty German leader broadcast a message of peace and friendship to the Poles on the eve of the 20th anni- versary of Hiter's on Poland. In Premier Niki- Khrushchev made an unusual declaration of trust in Eisenhower. No Differences president of the Unit- ed States realizes the main thing now is to ensure Khrushchev said. this we have no differences. In Eisenhower's ini- tiative on the peace front cou- pled with his vigorous appear- ance apparently had removed fears that America was fum- bling the free world's leader- ship. His talks with Prime Min- ister Harold Macmillan over except for social the president planned to spend day on routine White House business which has piled up since he left Washington last week. Note of Warmth The new note of warmth in West Germany's approach to the comunist east was attrib- uted in part at least to Eisen- hower's influence. In talking with Adenauer in Bonn last the president urged a forward looking approach in dealing with the communists. The following day Adenauer wrote in conciliatory tone to the Soviets asserting that no one in the West German gov- ernment wants revenge on the communist east for Ger- many's territorial losses at the end of the war. Eisenhower and Macmillan ended their talks with a fire- side chat before the TV cam something unprecedent- ed in European politics. The president's appearance won high praise from British news- papers. Proxmire Wins Delay In Consideration of Durfee Nomination Washington Sen. Wil- loday senate liam D-Wis secured a delay in committee consideration of the nomination of James R. now chairman of the civil aeronautics to be a judge of the U.S. Court of Claims. Proxmire said he wants time to investigate the nom- a native of Wisconsin. Durfee was nominated to a vacancy on the 5-judgc court of claims a week ago by Pres- ident Eisenhower. Proxmire said Sen. James O- Eastland. D-Miss.. chair- man of the judiciary commit- agreed to request a hearing originally for Wednesday be put off un- til after the first of the year. Hides Gun Revolver Fires While Police Struggle With Her Menasha An 18-year-old mother of two children was charged with carrying a con- cealed weapon today after the .22 caliber revolver she was carrying discharged as police attempted to take it away from her Monday night. The bullet went through the front door of the Menasha po- lice station and into the wall behind it. Oshkosh Man's Gun Judge S. J Luchsinger de- ferred sentencing Mrs. Wesley 644 Paris until after she pleaded guilty on arraignment in municipal court this morn- ing. She was sent to the Win- nebago county jail without bail. police will at- tempt to apprehend an Osh- kosh man who owns the wea- pon. Mrs. Crosby was taken into custody by Patrolmen David Kolasinski and Ronald Witt- mann at Chute and Milwaukee streets. They were dispatched by Desk Sgt. Robert who received a call aboul p.m. from Midtown Turn to Page Col. 2 Gang of Negro Rapists Nabbed Milwaukee A gang ol Negro rapists who preyed on white women was rounded up Monday and four of its mem- bers will be charged with rape and robbery De- tective Capt. Leo Woclfel said. Their names were withheld pending the issuance of for- mal warrants. Try Again to Put Off Final Diversion Vote Proxmire Heading Move to Send Bill Back to Committee Senators opposing a bill to permit Chi- cago to take more water from Lake Michigan planned today to make another try at put- ting off a final vote until next year. Sen. William D- one of the more vocal enemies of the said there is a good chance the bill can be sent to the senate foreign relations committee for furth- er study. Three Votes A move to do this failed by five Monday on the fifth day of senate de- bate. Proxmire said he would not foreclose the possibility of trying it once again. A switch of three senate votes would do it right he told a newsman. neces- sary we might make more than one attempt to send the bill to foreign Proxmire said the move not an attempt to kill the bill. The committee would be directed to report back to the senate by April and I am Turn to Page Col. 1 Road Deaths Over Holiday Chicago The Na- tional Safety Council esti- mated today that traffic ac- cidents might kill 450 per- sons during next weekend's- 3-day Labor Day holiday. The covering 78 hours from 6 p.m. Friday to midnight is 30 higher than the actual toll for Labor Day weekend last year. The council said virtually all the 71 million motor vehicles in the United States are expected to be on the rolling up about seven billion miles of during the weekend. While posting its expecta- tion of 450 the coun- cil is entirely rea- sonable to hope that the toll can be held far below such a figure and. in close to the toll of 360 immediate deaths that would be expect- ed for a 3-day non holiday weekend at this time of School Makes Polio Shots Mandatory for All Its Youngsters New Conn. The New Haven board of ed India Facing Crisis as Military Leaders Quit One 28-year old memorisation has approved rnanda- of the Woelfcl said polio shots for all school lowing their arrest Monday Children was identified at a The board's action ycstcr- Wlrepbaio The Small Village of Devol in southern Oklahoma was little more than a scene of rubble today after a tornado smashed through it Sunday night. Only a few houses on the outskirts escaped damage. Ray state safety commission- er who inspected the said the disaster probably would mark the end of Devol as a town. It once had an oil boom population of but had dwindled down to 100. The damage is estimated at Ike Hints at Special Session If Bond Ceiling Is Not Lifted 13 Names Added to Quake Toll Find No Trace of Families Following Yellowstone Tragedy West Mont. Wl evidence available indicates they probably were in the slide With those words Sheriff Donald J. Skerritt added 13 raising to 28 the probable death toll in the mammoth landslides set off by earthquakes Aug. 17-18. checked and check- ed every lead on all these peo- the sheriff said. found no trace of any of them Among the 13 were Robert J. his wife and three children. 7. Christy. 3. and of Idaho Falls. Idaho. Eisenhower has told Republi- can leaders he may.calLcon- grcss back into special ses- sion this fall if it fails to lift the interest ceiling on gov- ernment bonds. AUKllVf J 1 showup by four victims and day came during a day in Dnc Back Monday later admitted raping 13 white which four new cases were Williams was due back to women and then them. robbing reported in the city. The new cases were Recall Will be If Foreign Aid Funds are Sliced action came to light as The made president it clear to also has the party chieftains he will consider such a session call if congress cuts foreign aid funds below what he regards as a mini- mum level for national se- curity. The possibility of president- Unconfirmed Report Says Resignations Prompted by Row With Defense Head New Delhi beset by red Chinese aggressive was thrown into crisis today by reports that the heads of all three of India's military services were resigning in a row with defense Minister V. K. Krishna JMenon. Top governing congress party leaders in parliament said they had heard Mcnon had given Prime Minister Nehru a letter containing his own resignation and giving Nehru a frea hand to deal with the situation. The report of the resignations was carried by a newspaper. The service chiefs Lt. Gen. K. S. Vice Adm. R. D. and air force Gen. Marshal S. Mukherji. There was no immediate of- ficial confirmation of either report. The speaker of the lower house refused to permit de- bate on the report until Neh- ru could be present. Nehru wqnt to the airport today for a Indict Former Network Heads Menon Katari brief meeting with Pakistan President Mohammed Ayub and it was indicated he would not appear in parlia- Gasoline Tax Bill Wins OK of House Committee leaders of both parties gave up hope of winding.up the cur- rent sessions this week. Possible Date Democratic strategists were setting Sept. 12 as the carlies possible date for an adjourn ment without any action on jthe interest rate issue. Re- publicans were saying that congress may still be in ses- sion when Soviet Premier Ni- kita Khrushchev arrives Sept. 15 for a visit. Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas and Republican Leader Evcr- m e n t until tomorrow. Al- though Mcnon was in the Thimayya Accused in Plot to Put Out Favorable Dominican 'News' Washington T h r e a former officials of Broadcasting System were ac- cused today of accepting to put out political propaganda favorable to the Dominican Republic over tha radio network. The accusation was made in an indictment charging them with failure to register with the justice department as agent for a foreign princi- pal. Atty. Gen. William P. Rog- ers announced that the indict- returned by a federal grand named the follow- International Financier Al- exander L. Gutcrma who was jMulual's president during the months of this Hal former Mu- tual board Garland L. Culpcpper. one-time director of the MBS radio system. The indictment named as but not as de- clt M. Dirkscn of Illinois took wished to deal with it himself. Members complained an- Turn to Page 5. Col. 7 pains yesterday to squash a proposal by Sen. George A. Smathers that con- gress recess before Khrush- chev's arrival and come back house public works committee gave final approval today to a bil- lion-dollar gasoline tax in- crease bill to keep the state highway program going for the next two years. The bill will go to the house rules committee tomorrow. Eisenhower's concern over Turn to Page Col. 4 Texan s Facing New Tax Levies Wo elf el said thc gang among the statewide total of partmcnt of an Idaho Falls day. drove around the city during 52 reported by thc slate health store. He did not report. thc early morning hours look- department for August. JThe Also on the list arc Jtoger ing for women who were out monthly total was work Monday as manager of _. .________ the plumbing and building de- the house Thursday or paying the largest tax he refused to say if MBS Inc. and Ra- the report were true. He said'.dio News Service he had discussed it with Nch- Described as having been or- gamzed bv the three indicted ru and the pnmc minister offidals Also named as a co-conspir- ator was Otto an offi- cial of the Dominican Repub- lic govcrnn.cnt. The indictment charged that Guterma. Roach and Cul- pcpper obtained from the Dominican government in early February of this year on an understanding that Mu- tual's radio facilities in the Nelson to Sign Bill Increasing Aid to Schools vidcs million more vcs mon more urng. is expected to be approved Austin. Tcxans thc bicnnium for educational i mimcan RcPubhc. 39 The measure would in crease the 3-ccnt federal gas- bill in thc state's history to- Jday as more than mil- lion in new levies go into ef- aids. alone. than for August 1958. pcnny for 22 fect. Society Page Features New Paris Fashions The designs of Paris fashion houses set Uie pace. Quite often they arc too extreme for American but they have an effect on general styling. Today's Post Crescent carries photos of thc latest Paris originals that i have a bearing on what j the lady of the house will be wearing this year and j or. thc fall fashions she j will sec in the Fall Fash- ion Rcvuc edition and Show in Appleton on 15 and 16. Turn to Page A-12 for a look at the latest Paris creations. TODAY'S INDEX Crnnirs Deaths Editorials Sports Television Women's Section Weather Map Series on Pets Twin City News A 4 A C B 7 A 9 A12 All B 1 more associate warden at oiinc iax onc Solcdad. medium curity his wife and twoj Highway financing Icgisla- cnnc I wiiujuov iirvv Uion is onc of thc few rcmain- His mother Mrs. blocks jn lnc of con. Ontario. adjournmcnt He said he would affix his Nixon Sees No Threat signature as soon as thc World Peace in Red Chinese Moves San Francisco Vice President Richard Nixon told urc reaches his desk. Thc governor said he was breaking his rule of not stat- cood cigar 'nR 'n advance how he will act thon find thc rceu- on because George Wat- rnni stocie now costs son- stalc superintendent of newsmen Monday ccniTnl doesn't think the Chinese Chairman Charles A. Buck- levied on items him that school arc threatening world ley of thc public the first time include Paring budgets for the school seriously with moves Dr Merle works predicted boats and wanted to know whcth- and wife Edna and housc but said there cious hotel cr they could plan for the in-' Woods and wife aii'.might be trouble with the sen- and motel rooms and air con- creased aids provided in thc r Coalinga. who were ditioncrs. measure. Nation's Labor Picture Brightens i As Three Major Strikes are Averted of the Associated Press. In an off- the-rccord discussion with California and Nevada editors of AP thc vice presi- dent briefed them on obser- vations made and opinions formed during his meetings with Soviet Premier N Khrushchev. More of Trtof Coof j traveling together. Dr. Edgcr- jlon failed to return for ap- pointments with patients a Meat Packing week alter the quakes. lives consider all four dead. 9 Bodies Recovered Only nine bodies were re- j covered from thc fringes ofj the death-dealing slides. The' missing arc presumed to I be buried in thc mass of rock. I timber and earth. I Thc six previously listed as' New nationVwagc settlement giving 24.000 reached agreement on a ten- Stuff After SflOWerS presumed dead were Mrs. labor darkened by thc Goodyear Tire and Rubber tativc contract with Armour iThomasStowcof Sandy. Utah. tlong and costly steel strike company employes a 10 cent and company shortly before jwhosc husband's re- and its effect on allied indus- an hour wage increase wastthe Mroday midnight strike Mr. and Mrs. Syd-1 appeared a little bright- announced by the company deadline. The pact with thc D. Ballard and cr today as threatened walk- and thc United Rubber Work- big meat packing firm covers Nelson. B. C.. outs were averted in three crs. j 14.000 workers at 27 and Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Boyn-'major industries. The settlement must be rali- Details of thc new agreement 'ton. Billings. Mont. j Agreements were reached fied by a majority of locals were not disclosed but a union i night as strike dead-'representing a majority of the spokesman said it included a Atom Spy Given New jlincs nearcd in thc union's membership in Uic wage increase and some rr glass and meat packing indus- company's II plants. The old features. Post in East Germany tries. They ended possible which expired alt Two Other Firms walkouts of more than 100.000 midnight provided1 Arrangements also were Berlin Communist Already idled by thc for straight time hourly wages made by two other major E a s t Germany has made stecl strij.c arc a hajf miiij0n of 'firms. Swift and company and Klaus Fuchs. scientist a and some 150.000 Thc Goodyear settlement Wilson and for fur- jdcputy director of its Central workers in allied indus- could set a pattern in the rub- ther contract talks at Chicago i Institute for Nuclear Physics bcr industry. Wage talks arc today with thc two unions. Dresden. Brighter Side under way between the union A scheduled strike at mid- Thc official East German Also on the brighter side and U. S. Rubber in Cmcin- night Monday was delayed by and Mrs. Fclic arc shown above rejoicing at the report Mrs. Naccarclli had in- herited million from an uncle in Scotland. But the .news agency announced wcre the ending of two strikes nati. Firestone in Cleveland some 2.000 moldmakcrs in SO appointment last night for involving more than and Goodneh in Canton. glass plants across the nation report may DC a auinomies said tonav. .Mrs. man wnosc betrayal of and the 24-hour post-i. A walkout by some 70.000 as union and industry negotia- Naccarelli is said to be a cancer victim one year iBntisu and American atomic poncmcni -of a threatened workers against tho country's tors at Pittsburgh last nisht1 r ntt- t iho isccrots to Russian agents wa'ikoxrt against Pan Amcri-meat packing industry an- agreed to a contract extension. 10 live. Utnciais nave JKCTI unaoic w locate uie rt tnc development of'can airways. reared averted at least tem- The contract will be on a day-1 ported rich relative in Scotland. 'a Soviet atomic bomb. At a general'poranly after two unions by-day basis. lEWSPAPERI Wisconsin Cloudiness to increase today with showers likely to begin ov- er west and south portions this afternoon and evening and spread over entire state tonight. Showers will end over state by Wednesday followed b y clearing skies and cooler temperatures. Applcton Tempera- tures for 24 hour period ending at 9 a.m. High 76. low 60. Tempera- ture at 11 a.m. 74. with discomfort index at 6S. Barometer at 29.92 and wind 8 miles per hour from the east. Pollen Mold 237. Sun sets at rises Wednesday at a. moon rises at a.m. V
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