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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - September 3, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               N POST-CRESCENT VOL LJ No. 60 48 Pages-Sections D APPLHON-NEEN AH-MEN ASH SEPTEMBER ASSOCIATED PROS WIRE SERVICE Price Seven Cents Ike's Blueprint for No Retreat from Principle AP Mrs. Margie waived preliminary hearing on a charge of conspiracy to murder her husband when she appeared in municipal court in Oconomowoc. The mother of two children is flanked by- her Charles and Mrs. Fran jail matron. Mrs. Pfeiffer was alleged to have plotted with Edward to kill her hus- Clyde. Dunn is charged with attempted murder. Laos Troops Face Major Offensive Red Forces Overrun Outposts as Units Strike Near Headquarters Laotian government troops threw up a defense line against advancing communist rebels to- day only 12 miles from Sam the royal army's military headquarters in northern Laos. Red forces since Sunday have overrun lightly manned out- posts. Advance units were reported within 12 to 18 miles of the town of Sam Neua in what shaped up as a major offen- sive. classic not guerrilla defense Secretary Phoumi Nosavan told newsmen. Hold At All Costs He charged that the attack- ers included at least one bat- of regular North Viet Nam from Laos' com- munist-ruled neighbor to the east. intend to hold Sam Noua at all Phoumi declared. let it go would be a convincing argument to the world that the Pathet Lao were reestablished in their old A spokesman for the Lao- tian defense department said headquarters in Vientiane has lost all radio communication with the rebel threatened northern areas. The spokesman said com- munist troops had probably captured or knocked out mili- tary transmitters in the Sam Neua area. If true this would indicate further rebel advances. There was that a the defense department Turn to Page 7. Col. 7 State Senator Seriously III Madison Sen Horace W. Wilkie. D-Madison. was reported in serious condition in a hospital today. Physi- cians would neither confirm TrytoKill U. S.-Born Spy in Cuba Havana Two gunmen fired several shots today into the home of Maj. William the American who helped foil a revolutionary movement against Premier Fidel Castro. Police said there were no casualties.' It was not dis- closed whether from was at home at the time. Cuban officials declare the assassination attempts are fi- nanced by Dominican Dicta- tor Rafael Castro's arch enemy. Morgan posed as an anti- Castro rebel and was the key figure in the arrest of many Cubans since charged with counter revolutionary activ- ities. He is one of the chief wit- nesses in the current prelim- inary hearings of more than 100 defendants charged with plotting to overthrow Castro. Chief Prosecutor Torress Santrayll signed an appeal to include in the list of defend- ants Trujillo and the Domini- can consul in Dr. Au- gusta Ferrando. Suggests Periodic Meetings for UN United N-T. U.X. Secretary Gen. Regional Planning Hovers on Reality Quiet Burial Predicted for Diversion Bill Measure Returned To Supporters Glum Washington A quiet burial for a bill to permit Chi- cago to take more water from Lake Michigan was forecast today by one of its top back- ers. Supporters were glum about prospects of bill from the retrieving the senate foreign relations where the senate sent it Wednesday night by a 54-34 vote. Bury the Bill It was Sen. Paul leader of the fight to win senate approval for the pro- who predicted the com- mittee would proceed to bury the bill. He noted that Sens. Alexan- der and Frank J. ardent op- ponents of the are also members of the foreign rela- tions committee. Rep. Thomas J. D- author of the bill who has steered it or similar legisla- tion through the house four commented resignedly to a what more can you I've given up on those sen- Try O'Brien declined to be pin- ned down on whether he would give up the long struggle to get more water for Chicago's sewage disposal needs. There have been reports that he will not try again if the measure fails to clear congress this year. The bill would allow Chicago to withdraw an additional 000 cubic feet of Lake Michi- gan water -a second for a one- year trial period. v Legion Urged to Allay Prejudice New Torts Wl The Am- erican Legion's new national Martin B. Mc- says the Legion be in the forefront in promoting brotherhood and should be the leader in allay- ing He made the statement in promising action to have ra- cial restrictions lifted by a confirmed by no is the hiring of the commission's planning Clarence A. firm. It is by the Schellie and no one will say it for that Hammond direct the would be hired to local office under Schellie's supervision. If the move would eli- minate some opposition de- veloping against having an firm coming and offering day-to-day for several members of the 10 municipalities on the commission. Considerable Opposition Kaukauna Mayor Joseph Bayorgeon has an Aug. 28 letter from Schellie that Hammond is one on my list for considera- tion for the job Bayorgeon Aug. 24 wrote Schellie inquiring about Ham- mond's fate. It is understood that Schel- lie and Hammond are to meet in Neenah between and 4 p.m. today to iron out possi- ble hiring of by Schellie. there Is consider- able opposition to which has been developing for the last several years. Last Charles com- mission asked for a motion requesting Ham- Turn to Page 7. Col. 1 Neenah Councils Give Green Hammond May Stay As Firm's Resident Office Head BY JACK GLASNER SUff Writer v Regional planning for the Fox Cities is teetering on the edge of reality. Appleton's council 13 to and Nee- nah's unanimously last night in favor of it. Last in a series of three proposals from an planning firm comes before the complete Fox Valley Regional Planning commission tonight. The Kenneth L. Schellie and Associates' proposal would take three cost and includes a local planner's office. More than a yet Shopping Mall In Chamber Suggests Council Study Idea During Joint Tour Should part of Appleton's College avenue be transform- ed into a shoppers' The question was posed to the city council Wednesday by the commerce. Chamber President Gus. A. Zuehlke was frank about The chamber doesn't know. it suggests the city and the chamber find out together during a tour of Kalama- and Ohio. Kalamazoo recently inaug- urated a permanent shoppers' mall in part of its jdowntown section and recently gave the mall idea a 40-day trial. The question is Zuehlke told the council in a College ave- nue is scheduled for extcn- Turn to Page Col. 1 Expect House To Vote Fuel Tax Increase Funds Needed to Keep Highway Program Going despite obvious was expected today to vote a temporary penny increase in Lhe federal gaso'.ine tax to keep the interstate highway building program going. The bill was sent to the floor on a take-it-or-leave-it with no opportunity for re- vision. For car the bill would add another 000 to motoring taxes for the next 21 or 22 months until July by raising the gasoline tax from three to four cents a gallon. Avert Stoppage Its enactment was called necessary to avert a construc- tion stoppage on the 41.000- mile network of super high- ways planned to link the na- tion's principal cities by 1972. The highway building emer- gency stems from a construc- tion speedup ordered by con- gress last year as an anti- recession move. This drew from highway construction funds without ad- ditional revenues to offset the larger spending. President Eisenhower warning of an impending work Turn to Page Col. 4 March or be Fined New York Painters Ordered by Union New march in the Labor Day parade or be about decorators and paperhangers lave been told by their union. The edict was announced yesterday by Martin secretary-treasurer of the un- ion. He even prescribed the parade dark trousers and a white cap. Then There'll be No President Says in Visit To North Atlantic Council Paris President Eisenhower today the west a blueprint for Refuse to retreat one inch from principle and stay flexible tactically. there will be no war. There will be the pres- ident told the North Atlantic Council during a surprise visit. The president sandwiched the quick visit to NATO head- quarters into a tight schedule of talks with western leaders and French President Charles de Gaule. Arising fresh and apparently relaxed after a late white-tie state dinner with de Eisenhower pitched vigorously Bishop Northcott Bishop Announces Bishop H. Clifford North Wisconsin area Metho- dist bishop for the last 12 this morning announc- ed his effective as of the North Central Jurisdic- tional Conference to be held in Grand Rapids July 7 to 10. His successor will be named at that time. Bishop Northcott read a let- which will be sent to all ministers and key laymen in the Wisconsin at a ses- sion of the Wisconsin Area Pastors' school. He stated he is leaving his work because of physical limitations. Compromise Labor Regulation Bill Comes Up for Vote in Senate Today Washington A com-ito the house which may send promise labor regulation bill it on to President Eisenhow- hammered out in 12 days of senate-house bar- gaining comes up in the sen- ate today for an expected near unanimous passage vote. The measure then will go er Friday. Detailed Controls Eisenhower's approval is considered certain since the final product meets most of the specifications he has laid down for effective legislation. The senate leadership trustee- riedly scheduled the bill for shjps and rights of members. debate. The compromise bill work- But it also and this is into the last day of his Eu- ropean tour. His appearance' at the At- antic council was designed to calm the fears of the small- er powers that his coming meetings with Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev spelled a lessening of their roles in NATO. Matter of Spirit NATO is a matter of spir- of determination to work as partners and to preserve the ideals we all the 68-year-old president said. If we are firm among our- if we refuse to retreat one inch from 'if we remain flexible so far as tactics are if we give NATO the same deep devotion we give to each of our own there will be no war. There will be United States seeks no position in NATO except that of an equal ready to work with all member na- tions regardless of their This reference was aimed at both the smaller NATO powers and General de Gaul- who is giving Eisenhower a spectacular welcome in France as a demonstration of the nation's grandeur and Turn to Page Col. 4 Call Off Search For Remains of Bomber's Crew The U.S. air force today gave up its search for the remains of nine crewmen of a World war II The American fliers para- chuted into the Libyan desert From their B24 Liberator bomber 16 years ago after blasting Naples. Italy. Their plane was found last spring by a team of geo- logists. It had apparently made a pilotlcss belly-landing on' the hard-packed sand 440 miles southeast of the Libyan port city of Bengasi. The bomber was practical- ly intact. It bore no combat scars. Its only damage had ed out Wednesday Part which caused been in the landing. Log writes into federal law forlong and difficult confcrcncej instruments and radio were beefs up the untouched. Water jugs were legion's fun-making the 40 et 8. i The 40 et 8 limits its bership to whites and Amcri-1 can Indians. The Legion has- no racial restrictions. He said a legal examina-' Dag tion of the 40 ct 8's racial re- Hammarskjold suggests is now being made.' nor deny reports that the 42- year-old lawmaker had suf- fered a stroke. Wilkie became ill Wednes- day in his downtown law of- fice and employes summoned an ambulance. The senator's private physician said Wilkie council hold pen- He said he will appoint had been ill for about threeiodic Pnvate meetings to to meet with days. Wilkie is assistant minority floor leader of the senate. FBI Captures Another Of'Most Wanted' Men cuss aspect of the group discuss and ternational situation which and to bring to a proper con- may prove of to StJ elusion this you would Committee Agrees f 6 Work Sales Tax Law dav when FBI arrest ___Wiscon--'strengthen Wisconsin's posi- for tax activ.c had been on the list of today it had reached carncd on by FBI's 10 most wanted mcn.iagrcemgTrt to work for pass- was unarmed. The was sought in the armed bery of the Drexelbrook Inn in suburban Drexel Hill on March 24. 1958. age of a three per cent sales at the November session TODAY'S INDEX announcement said. The plan calls for the tax on consumer purchases of tan- gible goods and payments for Comics Deaths Editorials Kaakavna Sports Television Women's Section Weather Map gertex on Pets Twta City News NEWS PAPERS I B CM A3 D 1 Cll B I Al Cl of the legislature. The group represents the Milwaukee Association of lodging of transients and tour- the Wisconsin ists. Exempted under the Manufacturer's Association of .posed 'formula would be raw' Commerce. tht Wisconsin'materials used in farming Manufacturers' and items the state Chamber of Com-.subject to like mcrce and the Special gasoline and Committee on thei The committee State Budget. that total collections would- of the plan will come to million a be urged at the this it half the first time detailed con- trols over internal law on such bitterly disputed'full and flight gear was hang of unions on such points points as secondary boycotts' ing from racks inside the and organizational plane. In the end. the accepted the basic pattern of Border Crisis Won t the broader Landrum-Griffin MAMMM house bill on the Keep Menon 'changes in the seventh From UN I final _ But Sen. John F. Kennedy I jjcw Delhi P rime and the other Minister Nehru said today In- iatc Democratic conferees is dealing adequately with in getting into its border crisis and can spare tmcasurc limitations on the Defense Minister V. K. Krish- jnew Taft-Hartlcy penvisionsi na Mcnon for the coming UX aimed at protecting legitimate r general assembly. union rights. j There is no reason Mcnon Orfthe first six titles dealing should give up his plans to with internal union proccd- head the Indian delegation. Junes' the compromise follows Nehru told parliament. framework of the senate 'measure originally worked' out by Kennedy last year. Coo Spell But some house changes into these sections. f O The compromise won al- most unanimous praise from members on both 'sides of the dispute over the ibill. But thorc were reserva- tions by those most sympa- Jo labor's position. i The bill was almost sure to disappointing to labor. had criticized thej in the form it passed jlhc and strongly as-. jsailrd the Landrnm-Griffin ivcrsion. i Dissentinc Vote session of the legislature as a means of balancing the state would be used to reduce taxes on real estate and the remain- executive budget while pro- ing amount to balance the Tiding the income and prop-jstate budget and increase cx- erty tax relief needed tolempUons for taxpayers. These Seratf-Horae Conferees have worked out a compromise labor control bill which is scheduled to go before the senate today. From left to right Rep. Robert Griffin Ken- nedy Rep. William Ayres and Rep. Carroll Keams One dissenting senate voice came from Wayne Morse a conferee who refused to sign the conference agree- ment. He said the final bill and unrca- All other conferees signed1 except Rep. Carl D. He said he would de- cide today whether to do so. Wisconsin Fair to part- ly cloudy over state today and tonight. Cool Friday mostly sunny and warmer. Outlook for Satur- continued sunny and somewhat warmer. Appleton Temperatures for 24-hour period ending at 9 a.m. High low 57. Temperature at 11 a.m. 67. with discomfort index at 65. Barometric reading at with wind from west at 10 miles per hour. Precipitation in last 24- hours. .02 inch. Pollen 2S2. Mold 810. Sun sets at rises Friday at moon sets at p.m. Prominent stars are Capel- la and Aldebaran. Visible planets .ire Jupiter and Sa- turn   

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