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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - September 9, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               v i I V APPLETON POST-CRESCENT VOL. LI No. 64 56 A. D SCFTEMBER ASSOCIATED MUEM .WWE SERVICE Price Seven Cents 3 Sales Tax PlansOffered Armed Men Take From Station Little Chute Two men. ivi ffijwium aooui ti. .neia up me Clark Service station on High- Impact Study 41 in the village at gunpoint about a.m. today Ready to stole an estimated On Its Verhagen. of 816 N. Jefferson the at- Madison The said he was working nor's tax impact study the station when the evaluating -ways men accosted took raise million a station's 18 keys and his expected to present this and forced him into the ts analysis of tax ncluding three distinct tax told he to The analysis is the in the room for 15 min- half of the study by the or he would be shot. When mittee. In its first report left the rest room he found group outlined the tax men had ransacked the jf various classes of residents. More Reliance on register. Verhagen told Patrolman It said Wisconsin Hartjes he did not see upon its income tax to a car before the robbers ar- siderably degree nor hear one when they 1 f A ithcr states. It also said in tllo ftUft said one of the men was taxpayers in ine to annual income bracket pay' a smaller proportion set with light wearing a black shirt and blue trousers. The other was slim- .heir earnings in taxes with dark curly hair in earning more or ducktail haircut and was The sales tax proposals a white sports shirt a flat 2 per cent dark trousers. Both were in sales including a 5 feet 10 inches tall. per cent levy with brandished he exempt and a 3 per cent Neither was masked. with a per capita tax Robert Un- t. The latter plan would Donald Heinritz and s family of six could buy Jack Zuelzke are assisting DOO worth of goods without Chute police in the in- ing subject to the sales U. S. Mediator 'Odd No Progress Indicated Efforts to End Steel New York The faith with a ion's top mediator to make a responsible ermed negotiations in the is Eis- year-old steel strike kind of bargaining said. His letters went out a after President after negotiators met jower had called the 45 minutes in New 'half is the oddest kind recessed until Thursday Bargaining I've ever prepare for expanded sub- you can call it said negotiations. iseph F. Finhegan. director if the federal mediation promptly told president that the Steel- Finnegan had worked have been seeking essly to bring a new will continue to seek agreement in the uninterrupted. paralyzed situation but so bargaining with .here has been little or objective of achieving a Finnegan said both said snd Steelworkers union of the steel compan- sentatives admitted as late with whom we have been yesterday that have either refused where they were lacked the authority to ne- ihey except on the basis President Eisenhower complete denial of any jus- crday appealed for an to the Steelworkers.'' jffort to end the Conrad the in- of its kind in the chief said steel companies are 'bargaining is lot Eisenhower with persistence and de- yesterday in letters to David president of a noninflationary coftlomont Space Capsule Found After Vehicle Fails During Test China Offers to Settle Frontier Disputes With India Reds Say They Will Respect Sikkim Territories China pledged today she will re- spect the territories of Bhutan and Sikkim as Indian protectorates and offered to settle her border disputes with India through friendly negotiations. The pledge and the offer were made by communist Chinese Premier Chou En-lai to Indian Prime Minister Nehru in a letter dated Sept. 8. It was broadcast by the New China News which said the letter was in reply to a letter from Nehru on March 22. Chou offered to settle all China's border disputes with India friend- ly negotiations conducted in a well-prepared step by At the -same time Chou blamed the Indians for start- ing the trouble. tense situation recent- ly arising on the Chinese-In- dian border was all caused by trespassing and provocations by Indian he wrote. The .premier named Long- an outpost in the north- east frontier as one spot invaded and occupied by the Indians. This is the same outpost the Indians accuse the Chinese of holding illegally. Maps Altered Borders Turning to the controversy about maps large communist showing as sectors of Chinese Chinese territory Steelworkers and the presidents of the 12 firms in- volved. uninterrupted claimed by Chou said it was not his country's maps but Britisn and Indian maps that unilaterally altered the way the Chinese-Indian boun- dary was India holds to the border drawn by Sir Arthur Henry a British admin- istrator in India before World war I. then in ferment with a revolution overthrow- ing the Manchus. never rati- fied the boundary. The Indians have reported brief fighting on the but Chou said the atmosphere has'been generally good and insisted that recent border in- cidents have not developed in- to armed clashes. State Waits For Cool Air Expect Front to Pass Tonight or Early Thursday A break in the heat wave is expected tonight or Thurs- day after the Fox Cities siz- zled Tuesday in the third straight.day of 94-degree tem- peratures. The 94 mark is the highest hit in this area for the sum- according to readings by the Wisconsin Micjhigan Pow- er company. The forecast calls for show- ers to spread from the north- west to the southeast today and tonight. The showers will usher in cooler which has been held in Canada by a high pressure center. It was a little cooler this although it was hardly no- ticeable. The power company reported the temperature at 80 degrees at 11 a.m. com- pared to 85 at the same time Tuesday. One forerunner of the cool air was received from Bis- Flight Cut Short of Objective MrCullv Tholo Sharon Was Killed about p.m. Tuesday when she was struck by a truck while riding this bicycle on Highway 10 near County Trunk D. The truck was driven by Harold R. Gruetzmacher. route New London. The route girl was on her way to visit a friend at a neighboring farm and was struck about 200 yards short of her destination. Truck Kills Girl on Bicycle on Road Rural Green Bay Priest Dies In Fiery Car-Train Collision A 12-year old route 1. Fre- girl struck by a truck while riding her and a priest and his housekeeper killed in a fiery car-train crash were among the seven persons killed on Wisconsin highways Tuesday. They bring the state's annual toll to compared with 559 on this date a year ago. Sharon Herning. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hern- ing died about p. m. at New London Community hos- pital. She suffered a fractured neck and crushing body injur- ies when struck by a truck driven by Harold R. Greutz- mark. which reportedjmacher. route 1. New an all-time high of 105 cle-jon Highway 10 near County Highwoy Financing Traffic Death Toll Set at 438 Washington A final tally shows 438 persons died in traffic accidents during the 1-Cent Boost Voted In U. S. Gasoline Tax house grees Tuesday and then skid- ded to a low of 48 when the front passed during the night. Low temperatures expected in the state tonight range from the 40's in the north to the 60's in the south. 78 hours of the labor day holi- sent to President Eisenhower dav weekend. today a bill increasing the The record of 461 was setifederal gasoline tax cent a in 1951. gallon Oct. 1. The National Safety council The money will go toward said the tragic toll should serve as a grim reminder of thc need for greater driving financing thc interstate high- way program. The bill will add a billion the federal-state highway gram was threatened with a halt to contracting this year. Although the emergency fi- nancing bill did not entirely meet President Eisenhower's it was expected to be signed to keep thc road Trunk D. Ran Down From Rear Richard acting Waupaca district said today Gructzmacher has been ordered in for question- ing Thursday morning. He said no inquest is planned as yet. I Waupaca County Patrolman Lyle McCully said the girl was traveling west on 10 when the owned by Walter Ncuman. Readficld. overtook 227. Milton Prinsen. 27. 42t her and struck her from Ihc W. Pine street. New London. I rear. He said the girl appar- Clarence H. Hylcr. Jr..jently was traveling near the route 2. Omro. Drunken Drivers _ Since Jan. 1 Slash Sought In Foreign Aid Senate Committee Asks Million Fund Reduction kinson farm to visit friend The accident occurred about 200 yards from the farm driveway. Washincton The sen- Cape Fla. unmanned model of the vehicle an American will ride into space was rocketed high over the Atlantic today in a test which promised some suc- cess despite a mechanical failure. The huge Alias booster rocket failed to fall away as scheduled after spending its force. The resulting drag cut the flight short of its planned i 100-mile height and distance. But observers at this test- ing station counted up these elements of 1. The space capsule itself was quickly located afloat on the with a prospect of recovery and valuable infor- mation from its load of instru- ments. 2. That meant the capsule had survived the searing lion of re-entry into the heavy atmosphere. 3. Telemetry des- cribed by missilcmen as reported throughout most of the flight on the per- formance of the vehicle and the conditions it encountered. Heat. Shock Test Robert Gilruth. director of Project Mercury which is aimed at putting a man into orbit in 1961. rated the re- entry survival as probably a major step forward. He said the primary objec- tive of the trial was to sea how the capsule stood up un- der the heat and shock oC coming back from a simulat- ed orbilal path. Sharon was born March m from hjs oriRinal requests in Green Bay. She isjfor aid to allies abroad this survived by her parents. j i i i H was the deepest cut ever brothers. James and ate appropriations Despite the failure to fol- struck a ncw blow at Prcsi- low tnc intcndcd Gil dent Eisenhower today calling for a slash of ncwsmcn. the cap- sule may have encount- ered the amount of atmos- pheric heat even The blast off came al and two sisters. Jolcne Lcss four hours la' Bonnie. all at home. ing abroad in which it Turn to Page Col. 2 Funeral services will DP all has fought with thc house over' 2 p.m. Friday at the First Methodist church. New Lon- with burial in the Floral Hill cemetery. Ncw London. Friends may call at thc Kir- cher Funeral New Lon- from 2 p.m. Thursday until 10 a.m. Friday. The Rev. B. L. 1 cuts in thgt body. The senate will take up the1 measure Saturday. j Meeting until nearly mid- the committee Probers Ready To Go to Laos N.Y. Uic session in which I pro- vidcd for mill lary and economic assistance Iatta' a scant Turn to Page Col. 1 'above what the house voted. group may tcam off to Laos by get a Fire Spores Deadwood on Page ishouldcr of the road. She was riding to the Kaw- Few Barn in Famed Gold Rush Town invasions from neighboring red North Viet Nam. Thc set up by thc U.N. security council over bitter Soviet protests. ict yesterday with Council President Egidio Ortona of to make plans for the mission. Ortona said the four mem- ibcrs Italy. Ja- 'pan and Tunisia agreed it vital to carry out Us BY DEE CHAMBL1SS Deadwood. S-D. forest fire first circled and then skipped across this gold rush town taking H few homes and before roaring unchecked into care. The council had estimated dollars to gasoline .building program bills for the next 21 months Without the 450 lives would be lost in traf- by raising the gasoline taxjaccepled amendments fie durinc thc weekend ex-from three to four cents ajinto the house version by the tending from 6 p.m. Friday until July 1961. jscnatc. Mondav local times The extra tax is designed One senate provision set the sociated'Press count- overcome a deficit cur-'effective date of the tax I.H Tffi in traffic in a rcntly existing in funds for at Oct. 1. instead of thc JurvV-y made olcr a non.holf-hnslrucUon of lhc datc Prided earlier by the K n m Fri interstate network. house. S Without thc additional funds. Another ill give thc states' day Aug. 21 to midnight Mon-------------------------------------- restrictions day Aug. 24. j In addition tp deaths from _ r It t traffic accidents this year. KWSSIO TOr Agr-ement Between TODAY'S INDEX 'against billboards on stretches' thc interstate highway in1 areas' jand within city limits. i i Thc senate also dents. 62 non-boating China and India a'study of possibly needed j ings and 84 deaths from mis-j highway mileage in the newly i ccllancous accidents. The. I-ondon The Soviet admitted states of Alaska and overall total for the holiday Union issued a call today for uawAii. 513 Red China and India to settle i -jthcir frontier disputes the WonfS fO Ouff Russia I interests of both countries. j Thc call came in a state- And Return fO U. S. jmcnt by thc official Soviet agcncv Tass. and broad- A New 'cast by rad'io Moscow. metal worker who applied for The statement said western Soviet citizenship 10 days j reports of incidents on thc.ago says he's already Indian-Chinese frontier were sick for the United States and 1 calculated to stir up tension'wants to go home. before Soviet Premier Nikital Nicholas 38. of Val-j S. Khrushchev's visit to thelley Stream. X. Y.. United States. jto the U. S. embassy It hoped to give him back the Chinese and Indian gov-i American citizenship he re-j emmcnts will settle the. j dents in tht interests of both- up to 'said. Comics Deaths Editorials House Farm Section Sports vision Women's Weather Khrushchev Series Education Series It 4 C12 A A1S Cll D12 A D 5 m i D 1 D C I Bit unpopulated timber area to thc southeast. Assistant state Forester as lke J' as possible. Tom Bordcn said he had heard no confirmed reports of deaths or serious injuries.' Denver Ban Horse Slaughter Thc wild Thc same shifting horse herds of thc van- that turned thc fire into lownji-shing from thc American helped minimize damage by scene as the buffalo did 75 lofting thc blazes into tree yars ago. may get a re- tops and producing a scatter- Wlth cd pattern of fires. yesterday. Thc flank of thc fire was Eisenhower sign- halted three-fourths of a mile'0. th Some cxhaustion Deadwood s 3.500 residents and were evacuated but some as dog j were back early to- by jeeps wound up jday I Some of Lead's 6.400 pco- puf AwOV fhe ICG jplc also were evacuated. 1 wouldn't have given a Air Coming nickel for thc whole AT Tfce DeHHwratk Leader in the Lyndon Johnson of tells reporters that adjournment of congrtss this week is unlikely. He said foreign aid money bill can't bt oalltd up in tht ictiate for action until town of Deadwood at 4 o'- said Rapid City Jour- nal Reporter Ken .lumper who had fought fires with the navy in Flori-j da. j hillsides looked likci they had been raked by tracer bullets with Christmas tree lighting as far as you could scr j I-alc last msht. an estimat- 2.000 fighters were digging 3a wide line several miles ahead of thc sacrificing the timber in between to try' to stop it there. The fire took an estimated' dozen homes and two treating plants that created spectacular blaze. i Fire aided by winds that dropped from 59 m.p.h. to about 15 m p.h. during the. battled to contain thc Turn to Pagf Col. 1 I Wisconsin Partly cloudy today with scattered thun- derstorms developing in tha northwest and spreading to thc southeast section of the state by tonight. Cooler to- night and much cooler in the northwest section. Thursday mostly cloudy with chance of showers. Cooler over en- tire state Applcton Temperature for 24-hour period ending at Sam. High 94. low 74. from the south at 11 miles an hour with dis- comfort index at 76. Tem- perature at 11 a.m. SO de- grees. Pollen 173 per cu- bic yard. i Sun sets at p. rises Thursday at a. m moon sets at p.m. Prominent stars are Allair and Arcturus. Visible plan- ets are Saturn Venus.   

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