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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - September 21, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL U No. 74 38 B SOTEMBER ASSOCIATED WlltB SSRVMB Price Seven Cents AP Premier Nikita Khrushchev of Russia points to his nose as he-puts over a point to newsmen whom he visited as his special train sped him from Los Angeles to San Francisco. s Appleton Man Dies as Car Skids Broadside Into Tree Jerome 13 Die On State Roads Over Weekend on Page Jerome of 1001 W. Hawes died about a. m. Sunday when his car skjdded across a rain-swept city intersection and hit a tree at Winnebago and Bennett streets. His 1951 sedan had to be pulled away from the tree to freei Reick. was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Elizabeth hospital. Dr. Joseph deputy ruled Reick died of crushing skull a broken left leg and shock. It was not determined what caused Reick's car to skid 54 feet the intersection. Lindy's ambulance took Reick to the hospital. Neighbors in the area Woman Beaten by x Mate Dies of Injuries Mar- garet died in a hos- pital Sunday of injuries suffer- ed last week when beaten on the head with a hammer wielded by her John 56. Koller took his own life by hanging after attacking his wife. Didn't Like Man Shoots Escaped Convict And Girl Friend San Calif. Detectives say Law- rence Garner told them he shot an escaped convict be- didn't like him. He was an arrogant Garner said Richard L. Nowlen's girl Patricia embraced Nowlen as he lay dying 'on the and'- he her in the-back of the head as she held Nowlen in her arms. Th'e bodies of the couple were found early this month on the Mojave desert near northwest of here. Investigators said a row of bottles had been set if for target the shootings. Khrushchev and Labor Chiefs in Sharp Clash Kassem Cheered as Iraq Executes 17 as For Seat in UN Foes of His Regime 13 Army Officers Shot and 4 Civilians Go to Gallows Lebanon Spectators cheered Premier Abdcl Karim Kassem yesterday as firing squads felled 13 Iraqi army officers and hangmen executed 4 civilians as enemies of the government. The executions were the largest in a single day since the overthrow of the monarchy 14 months ago and were the first to be announc- ed in advance. The army men practiced in the abortive revolt at the northern military headquarters in Mosul last March or were charged with plotting against Kassem. They were opposed to the left-wing tendencies of Kassem's re- gime at the time. Brig. Nadhim commander of the 2nd division at was the highest ranking officer to Peiping Unfit Assembly Told U. S. Charges Mass Atrocities And Aggression United Nations. N. The United Stales today de- scribed red China as an out- law which has made itself to- tally unfit for U. N. member- ship by mass atroci- ties and aggression. In a slashing attack on the Peiping former U. S. assistant Walter S. Secretary of State Robertson told the Kassem die. Also prominent among the executed officers wag Mustafa Haj chief of the army's intelligence service in Baghdad. The tried before the people's court and sen- tenced several months ago. were accused of supporting polices of United Arab Repub- lic President Gamal Abdel Kassem's No. 1 en- emy. Former Officials The accused of be- ing were members of the government of the late Nuri the pro- western premier who was Col. killed in Kassem's revolt of July The known them were Said former interior minis- and Bahjat for- mer security boss. Missing from the list of ex- ecuted were these five prom- inent Iraqi leaders who have also been sentenced to Fadhil a former Turn to Page Col. 6 Violence Aboard Ship Beaten Body of Divorcee Taken From Harbor Affer Steamer Sails Boston and talented Jerome Rekk the was A winsome secretary of a university return- ing from victim of vio- fied police and called Lindy's lent death on ambulance. Reick was a mad shipboard aft- er the world- Rcick's death is the vessel traffic fatality this year in the j left in- the 18th in Outagamiejv e s tigators county. The county total is the'said today. The savage- Mrs. ly battered Kauffman same as in all of two less than in 1957. The city's total is the highest since 1956. when three died. 13 Dead in State Thirteen persons died in body of Lynn pretty Chicago was found in Boston harbor Satur- traffic accidents in the state aftcr the Dutch over the boosting passenger cargo steamer the 1959 toll to 588. six more'utrccht sailed for-New than on this date a year The Utrecht cleared Com- Ricck was born March at 1931. in Appleton and was p.m. life-time resident. He was em-i Conversation was held with ployed at the post office as a'the .through her cabin letter carrier for five years at p. m. This meant and was a member of Branch the ship had cast ofC all con- 822 of the National Associa-'nection with land and that if tion of Letter Carriers. Hcjmurdcr had been the was a former member of the murderer must be one of the Appleton Sing Co Pates.'ship's champion ship SPEBSQSAl in addition to the crew and quartet in the Land O'Lakes a the ship carried 11 district that placed third in passengers. They er parts of the also se- vere brain injuries which were incurred before she drowned. The multiplicity of the injuries makes me go to the conclusion that this is a case of violence. I -don't be- lieve they could have been caused by a fall from a Crew to be Questioned Dr. Luongo said he found no evidence of sex attack. Capt. Joseph B. head of Boston's police homi- cide said he would fly to New York today to ques- tion members of the Utrecht's crew. This consists of Dutch officers and Oriental seamen. The girl's body was clad on- ly in shorts and slippers when Stampede in India Causes 90 Deaths JtomtaT. India The Times of India said today the death toll in yesterday's stampede at the villace of Zinzak has now risen to 90. The official total still stands at 49. The paper quoted a state legislator as saying he found on the shore of a har- bor island. She met death wearing a platinum wedding although she had return- ed to her maiden'name. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kauffman. Jr. Her father is a Chicago manufacturing executive. Fund Requests Up Million New Taxes Needed If Legislature and Governor Approve Madison million in About new taxes will be Russian Often Angered By Attacks on Communism And Soviet Union Policies BY NORMAN WALKER U. N. general assembly that the seating of the Chinese communists would be a mock- ery of the U. N. charter. every standard of na- tional and international con- he red1 regime of Peiping is an out-j law. has perpetrated mass murder and slavery upon its own people. has confiscated without compensation hundreds of The union men said they blasted communism in no un- certain terms and told Khrushchev of American San Francisco Nikita Khrushchev kept his peculiar brand of belligerent diplomacy going full blast at a tumult- uous dinner session with a group of questioning American labor leaders last night. The Soviet according to the union blew up on at least a half dozen occasions and wound up positions are irrecon- Walter Auto Work- ers union president and spokesman for the labor said Khrushchev ac- cused him of being a dictator and capitalistic certainly think Mr. Khrushchev feels we gave him a very bad made that quite Reu- ther told a jammed news con- ference after the 3 20 minute private dinner. needed to finance the second year of Wisconsin's bionnium budget if new department re- quests are approved by the millions of dollars of the prop- erty of other nationals. It has thrown foreign citizens into jail without trial and subject- ed many of them to inhuman tortures. 6 Wars in 9 Years nine years it has pro- moted six foreign or civil Indo-Chi- the Malaya and Laos. It continues to defy the United Nations' decision governor and the legislature I to reunify Korea. It has flag- Joe E. depart- ment of administration direc- told Gov. Gaylord Nelson today the 1960-61 budget re- quests of the departments to- taled more than the appropriated by the legislature. Second year appropria- tions approved by the legisla- ture already require some million in additional financ- ing. Major increases asked come from these depart- Education for rantly violated the Korea and Indo-China international ar- mistice agreements. It openly proclaims its continuing pur- pose to use force in the Tai- wan Indian Defense Minister V. K. Krishna Mcnon and a high Soviet delegate perhaps Deputy Foreign Minister Vas- Hy V. ex-' pcctcd to take the lead in seeking a hearing of commu- nist China's claim to U. N. representation. Menon has done this here year after to no avail. workers' devotion to freedom.' They said Khrushchev de- fended the communist sys- itcm and both sides thereupon agreed to disagree. Only 7 of 29 members of the AFL-CIO executive council at- tended the dinner. Most never intended to attend and two who did later withdrew. Meany Stays Away AFL-CIO President George Meany said from the start he be caught with Khrushchev and warned Americans not to be fooled by Khrushchev's peace talks in view of the Soviet record of and James B. presidenl of the International Union Electrical Workers and host for the said the labor leaders at the dinner wanted to tell Khrushchev in private just how much American la- Turn to Page Col. 2 8 Killed in Traffic Crash 2 Critically Hurt As 3 Vehicles Collide in Virginia Russia Sours On Reception Moscow Radio Says Effort Made to Keep Him From People London Moscow ra- dio turned sour today on Pre- mier Khrushchev's reception in the United States. After days of assuring tht Soviet people that Khrush- chev was scoring a huge suc- a broadcast advised the home folks U S. officials even now doing their best to prevent him from meeting plain American citizens in a calm and friendly atmos- The broadcast was partic- ularly bitter about cancella- tion of plans for Khrushchev to see the big of Wisconsin mostly for salary University increases. State colleges mostly for salary increases. Public welfare SI .218.810. Aeronautics commission Truman Says Nikita Should Control Temper Petersburg. persons were killed and two otlicrs critically injured ear- today in a spectacular 3- New York on Harry S.jvchicle collision on a straight international competition. Mrs. Juanita wife of counted 90 including Funeral services will be at.prof. Stanley Spcctor of Wash- women and children. 9 a.m. Wednesday at Pius ington university. St. Louis. The stampede started X Catholic church with buri- Prof. who was not when a 17-year-old girl open- al in St. Joseph had employed the j cd the door of her house to Friends may call after 2 p.m. young woman two years show her self to nearly 100.- Tucsday at the Brcttschnei- as secretary and during 000 people who believed she dcr Funeral where the past year as interpreter in his rosary will be said at p. Far East studies. m. Tuesday. Talked Through Door He w survived by his Lynn made her home with a sister. Mrs. Xorman the Spcctors in Mo.. -outside St. Louis. j Uwas Mrs. Spcctor who talked with Turn to Page B13. Col. 3 TODAY'S INDEX Corn to Editorials Series Weather B C BIZ B18 All B8 AM AM B 1 the girl through was the reincarnation of 'the goddess Bhava'ni. the door. Also aboard the three children. a 15-year-old Chinese boy they intended to and an ar- Ask For Sympathy Strike group.of istrikhig has ask- my his wife and their three children. Dr. Michael A. medical had this to say of the 5 foot 2 inch victim's official cause is drowning. she had Several maltiplf blunt injuries 'about the head and oth- ed every member of organized labor to go on a one-day sym- pathy strike. Local 2227 of the United Steelworkers of America sent telegrams today to the AFL- CIO national meeting in San Francisco asking tution beads to off work for one day as a vote of confidence for the half million striking SteeV workers who have been since July IS.' Truman said today Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev learn to hold his tem- per.' The former Democratic who was noted dur- ing his own term of office for some heated made the comment as he took his regular morning walk. stretch of U.S. 460 near here. Involved in the smashup were a pickup carrying eight a Negroes car and Walt Disney carnival near Los Angeles. It quoted Khrushchev as telling Henry Cabot the U S. gate to the United is not this is an arrest. Come to ouf country and you will be not in a prison like The broadcast Sergeyevich's re- marks give an exact descrip- tion of some features of hie trip to the U.S.A. 'Los Angeles is the partic- ular case in point. Nobody but the officials and the press were allowed the aero- drome. in the press nor iy radio was the route from .he aerodrome as had for in New York. and his party were in fact driven through the back streets of the city. is for that reason that the foreign journalists who travel in the special train in- jdignantly joked last night that Drunken Drivers Jon. 1 tractor-trailer. Seven of hcad the Soviet govern- car's occupants were killed. arrived in Los Angeles Police said it appeared thclthrouKh lhc back door- westbound car was _ ing to pass the pickup but in- BOhlen AdVISOF stead collided with an on-com-1 Soviet Affairs 244. Albert 51. N. Main street. Oshkosh. ing tractor-trailer which jack- knifed and burst into flames. All three vehicles blocked' Washington Charles road and wreckage strewn E. Bohlen. now U. S. ambas- about the highway kept to the today road impassable for traffic named special assistant nearly four hours. The Soviet affairs to Sec. of jovcrturncd but the tractor-jsuite Christian A. Hertcr. 25 milk thci Bohlen. who is called only vehicle to burn. Z45. Luther Perry. 23. of 9W Trooper M. L. Duke said the Ccipc avenue. Oshkosh. of the victims were 246. IHandfe P. Bessette. across the 2-lanc ma- rvate 1. on Page jcadam ditches highway along the and side. No Magnetic Field on Russians Think AF Wtrvytwta Sheriff Bobby examines the pistol trap 'that killed Earl Wayne in a Fort grocery store at nearby Everman. The B. C. built the device after burglars several weeks ago took in cash and tigarets. Police said the store was broken into again Saturday .and box of loot when he i was shot Moscow Preliminary there a possibility the data radioed by the Soviet last stage of the rocket would Union's moon rocket shows hit the moon but tlm was the there is no magnetic field in first announcement that it Ilic vicinity of the moon simi- had done so. lar to that surrounding the The dispatch this earth. nrws agency said determined from analy- sis of tracking data which The absence of such a field showed that the instrument to establish the the- container hit the moon sur- ory that the magnetic field face of the Sea of- Sor- around the earth is caused by cnity close to the Crater Am- movement of the molten core tylus. Crater Archmidcs and of the earth since the moon Crater presumably has no molten Preliminary evaluation of the broadcast data revealed that the rocket The question of whether the and all its elements func- moon has a magnetic field is tioned normally in flight. Tass one that scientists have greatly interested in solving A radio commentator also by space exploration. that the missile was The official news agency al-j guided only in the first few so wid that the last stage of its flight He said the moon rocket scored a di-jthe rocket was equipped with red hit on the moon along j a special guidance with the instrument contain- i that operated during the boost er. jphase of thr The Soviets Mid previously for several served for four mid U.S. ambassador in this country's most trying di- jplomatic post. Even the Rus- sians respected him as an ex- jpcrt on Soviet affairs. I There was no information oa Bohlcn's successor. State Gets Sample Indian Summer cloudy extreme considerable cloudiness north and central portions with scattered show crs north and west por- tonight and Tuesday. High today ranging from 70s northwest to upper 80s southeast Low 44-48 north. 4S-52 south. Not much change in temperature until Thursday. Appleton Temperatures for the 24-hour period ending at 9 a m. High. 67. Temperature at 11 a m today 71. with a wind of seven miles an hour out of the southwest. Precipitation from 1 a.m. to a.m. Sunday was 1.47 inches. Barometer reading. inches. Sun sets at p.ra.. rises Tuesday at moon rises at p.m. Prominent star it Altair. Visible planets are Saturn and Venus.   

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