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Publication: Appleton Post Crescent September 29, 1959

Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - September 29, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL U No. 81 32 Pages-Sections B SEPTEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRB SERVICE Price Seven Cents Carolinas Face Heavy Damage in Hurricane Envoys of NATO Given Report on i j Snow Shuts Down Schools Camp David Talks lnColorado Communications Cut and Buildings are Motorist Dies Consultations Expected to Result in Summit Sessions Many Power Lines Cut and Traffic Snarled in Storm i Denver A September BY JOHN M. HIGHTOWER West Berlin and of the con- Washington The state1' of U. S.. British and snowstorm buried the Rocky ambas.i French troops stat.oned there. mounlam arca smash. lhe president at his ncws conference Khrushchev Mrs. James Smith of Seattle. and wait out their first hurricane in a shelter near S. C. Mrs. Smith's husband is at sea in a navv submarine. department called in sadors of its 14 North Atlantic allies today to give them a thc Uireat and jn ..1 detailed report on President fact had itatcd emphatically j Eisenhower's talks with ncver liad nc any mlcn. wirephoiojet Premier Xikita S. Khrush-ltlon to givc anything that xvas chcv- to be interpreted as duress or elccti ic power This is an early move in thc process of consultation xvhich lrce and powerj lmes snarling traffic and manv bomes schools business houses U. S. Preparing to Act on Steel Strike Justice Department Awaits Possible Taft Law Move Donald Production Boss During Dies may lead a summit confer- ence later this year or early in 1960. A series of j ox'cr the next few xvccks will determine when and where a summit confer-' ence should be held or alter-1 natively whether the Big Four foreign ministers should meet U.S. May Cut oreign Aid Charleston. S. Hurricane Gracic smashed across the South Carolina shoreline today venting its full fury on this historic port city. With the storm's center and its peak w inds of 125 miles an hour still at hiph winds uprooted tiees. tore down power and communication lines and unroofed buildings. Historic structuies were damaged. Mountainous waves pounded beach installations from Ga to Myrtle Beach. S C. High tides rang- ing up to 11 feet above normal sent water cours- ing through streets here and in nearby communities. High- ways and streets were block- ed by flood fallen tangled power lines and smashed buildings Metal signs blown down sailed along almost deserted stiects Docks and smaller Ike Will Fly To California Plans 8-Day Stay As House Guest of George A. Allen Washington P r c s Eisenhowcr. fighting installations disappear- 1 An unidentified motorist i- was killed when his car ovcr- a turned several times during the storm 10 miles west of Bcaufott. SC Theie were no of a cerebral hemorrhage. Death came f at Sa- Washington The justice department today was re- marjtan hospi- ported gearing up for quick action if President Eisenhowerjtal where he decides to invoke the Taft-Hartley law emergency had been un- der treatment since suffer- again soon to reopen ncgolia- Los Angeles tions on.Berhn. _T TT First Briefings M. World war IIj The Freiicn and production died today German ambassadors received an initial briefing yesterday. j the British Prime Minister Ilar- to stop the 77-day steel strike. The president has called in top industry and union a stroke ers to separate White House conferences tomorrow month ago. Anderson Calls For Removal of Discriminations Washington Treasury Sec. of Robert B. An- cxpcrls of Four boys were reported missing on a camping trip mi the mountains xvcst of and a Pueblo newspaperman out hunting also was missing. 'dcnt Scoies of schools were clos- cd in areas close to thc moun- cold- Plans to fl-v to lnc dcs'____ tains north and south of Den- ert country of southern Call- reports of xcr At least iwy buildings forma tomorrow for an 8-day deaths or serious mjuncs. collapsed beneath the At 11 a m thc L b Wcath- of snow in the Denvci area f cvccuuvc will be cr Burcau Phiccd lhc c-ve of The storm xvas the first of lllc cnicl cvccumc wm DC lnc M0rm .slightly south of Ithc at loser eleva-lne house guest of an old lesion and 1TKning lnland an extension of storms friend. Washington business at about 14 miles an hour that have left more than two cvccutixe Geoigc E at RuL Gracic xv'as not content of snow in some moun- her blow at the South in some moun- La ing in a final effort to get fruitful bargaining xvithout resort to the T-H laxv provisions. Pending outcome those no UltifTICltUm Oil will be taken to start the T-H- law's machinery KUSSICH1 White House said. During much Nelson lain communities 'Caiolma vacationland. the fiee xvoild today that thc fewer Lines Down Allen and Eisenhower aic Hurricane force xvmds mov- Unitcd Stales may haxe to The hcax-y. xxcl caught frequent golfing and bridge cd inland along xMth torrcn- curtail its liberal outpouring trees in full leaf and hcavv sometimes share lial rains ancl ljcadcd m the of dollars overseas. blanches cracked benealn _______ _ general direction of He called for a clear and lhcir whlle cargO5 WIlh M milM __ wcnthcr wanied I that doxvnpours xvould range his requirements for a sum- the removal of trade by the weight of accu- White House 10 15 against the United muialcd snow. Live leaders of the great would be held in the near fu- jturc. Eisenhoxver made. clear to Other officials said private- Premier States ly however they doubt London and oxvn farms a cargos w'lth re- C0uple of miles apart at reporters only that so far as forceful declaration by the in- porls plstoi tvsburg Pa 'he personally xvas concerned tcrnational monetary fund for Power lines were dragged Watch Weather f 3 UlC Whlle PlTSS Scc-'might cause serious flooding u j meeting had been sub- mations against the United muialcd snoxv. Live xvires Tamcs C Hagcrtv said the arpis HPSW ramt oL-the. tune t t nv states and other dollar-using and crackled nosina a j i T aicas. Heavy rams t sianuaiiy met. nisseo ana c ackieo. posing a hopes to get ax.ay falling in eastern South conscious. Diplomatic officials said countncs by nations whose danger to school children and row aflcrno0n f'.x- Carolina and southeastern Only last February Nelson that while they expect a sum- economic recoxcry has been other pedestrians bv t lo lhc Palm Norlll Carolina and were ex- marned Lena Peters. They beheld a great as to make these through thc slushy snow. aiipoit peeled to move northward. Inal agreement and barriers unnecessary. Many slicets in lesidcnlial Tho nlan mils for arrival during nast hurri- had been living at his sllll have to be workcd Andcrson addressed the 68 areas of Denver and p has caused even a personal appeal from.mier the president will budge the industry and the striking Steelworkers union from their poles-apart positions. Would Name Panel NikHa S. in nearby Beverly HiUs. As chairman of the U.S. Soviet Pre- war production board. was a out 1 governors of the international Colorado cities were choked slandard time after holding a 5-by fallen branches to tion to going to the day annual mccting here with Pomt where automobt'c Eisenhower's chief objcc- 'declared today that negotia- mined to sxvcat the nation tions for a settlement of the to all-out arms production. jwouid jeopardize the security Berlin crisis not be de- Politics interested the pipe- layed smoking executive very little. At the same Mme. the So-j recognize politics as a viet leader said there was no business that has to be learn- In that Eisenhower is of an ultimatum. cd from childhood up. the expected to trigger the emer-j Ume sllould bc samc as tnc busincss of scn. gcncy strike provisions for lhcm ncgotia. ing at rm here effect. This would call he dcclarcd. do just one job and I'm first naming a fact-finding' Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 flight C1 Ciiicr loss of life and dam- of 5 or 5J hours than the poweiful xvind. werel The howexer.- As Gracie hurled herself on t through. cycmR the and the another hurn- up lo eight inch- lhc of winds and named was cs deep in some pails of the with Hurri-i Turn to Page 5 Col 4 Denver aica by Giacic. jiagertv said Explaining the situation and xvas still falling confronting thc United Slates. Fifteen inches of .snow fell nor for both fund and bank. Explains Situation al La Quin.a ni.lcs from s Anderson said the value of at Fairplay. Colo and more wealh fm and 254. Reuben Khrushchev made his state-'going to do it if its human- E winnebago street. 115 American exports exceeds the cost of its imports by S3 bil- lion a year. Thc difference is he to offset Turn to Page 5. Col 3 waim and panel to report on thc issues. ment jn an intcrvicw with the he said. On receipt of the panel s re-i0fficial news agcncy xcison was tne nation's Xo.' port the president could order. Tass Moscow radio h buyer in private the justice department to The Sovjet rcjwhcn Prcsidcnt Roosevelt seek a court injunction to halt affirmcd thc statcmcnt Presjcalled him to Washington in the stnkc for an 80-day cool- idcnt madc at To accept the call. Ncl- _ Eari 3 L. Junion. The other pavmcnts include1 Water -tte. 68. of New- _ f 8 Britons Win by _ It I I I Soccer Po0' Gamble Eisenhower said there is no On the House ing period. Thc department was report- ed xvcll ahead on its prepara-' tory paper xx'ork. It xvas noted that not only Ally. Gen. Wil- liam P. but the head' of his department's cix-il divi-j George C. Doub. par-' ticipated in a Wh.ite House conference on thc steel situ ation yesterday. i All negotiations in the steel dispute arc at a standstill. Thc union broke off New York talks conducted by thc feder- al mediation and conciliation service last Friday. It saidj further such conferences were BY CHARLES HOUSE i news conference son quit a S75.000-a-ycar job Wnupun. 257. Roy E. government loans and other payments of about S2i and pnx-ate capi- as executive vice 258. Theodore Vandcn El- longcr any Russian threat to in chaige of sen. 65. of 146 S. Main or rnorc- try to force the xvcstern gar- for Roebuck Com- Kimbcrly. rison out of Berlin. ipany. i on page tal outflow totaling billion Charlie Plans Leisurely Hiking 7rip Viewing Wisconsin's Beautiful Fall useless. History-Rich Qneida Area Viewed in Series Today's P o s t-Crcsccnt presents the j-ccond in a 3- part scries on the Oncida area and thc Oncida Indi- ans. Thc written by Jay Jos-lyn. Post-Cres- cent state dclxc into thc historical backcround of the tribe xx hose members became Christians and friends of thc white men early in American history. Turn lo Page A-I6 for a look at thc history of north- eastern Wisconsin as ex- emplified by the Oncida In- dians TODAY'S INDEX Staff Wrltrr I am off once again into thc xvJdc. multi-hucd a hundred miles of it. and my mode of transportation is thc best and baszc one shank's marc. 1 walk. Tins is thc season this autum- nal season I feel thc txx'ingcs of wan- dcrlu.st. This is-the time when my little black desk palls upon me and I am compelled tn stare out of the w mdoxx's and contemplate thc beautiful things out of doors Who is ir.orc fortunate than may dixorcc from thc workaday chores in take a hundred mile hike into Wisconsin's Who has a boss so easily persuaded to let him roxc. footloose and fancy over Ihe land he loves best of all sn this Where shall I shall I These are the only two matters requiring but it's all part of thc fun. c c s s j t j c s of cleanliness. Starts Of Omro warmth and comfort. I have decided generally My friends will bc. I that I will begin thc long walk ihc people 1 meet on way heavy demands on our savings at reflect- ed by rising interest we arc making substantial amounts of these sax inns available to underdeveloped Anderson said The secretary said thc gov- ernment hopes that thc pay- ments deficit will be reduced by increasing exports we will put cmpha-j on strengthening our ca- imy story for the day. snthcr pacity to we cannot' it. and then cither reman bc unmindful of other factors' where I found or walk on. we also' Keep our whole international spirit flnanciai poSIllon undcr rc. i1 I will moxe moves me. as the House from little Omro. a place which I am for it pretty and historic and My job is to tell you thc people I and the perhaps thc encounter. I will want to inform you about our autumn. Wisconsin's most beautiful hoar. Al- though autumn has arrived she has not yet donned her prettiest clothes. I hope she will come foil upon as some time while I am en route. Bat I will have the pleasure of shuffling throuch fallen leaves and to take of the fruits houn- ful nature will offer me. You arc cordially inxitcd lo of so Whitesidc Facing New Trial Washington The U S Court of Appeals loday turned doxvn a moxc by Richard A Mack and Thurman A White- side to ax-oid being tried again on charges of plotting to fix the award of a Miami tele- vision channel. Thc acting through a 3-judjrc rejected their appeals from the acJion of Dist. Judge Burnita S. Mat- thews in dismissing motions to acquit them. Judge Matthews denied thc London A cafe syn- men and xvom- cn associated with a res- taurant in a little Surrey vil- lage today on for a fcxv cents gamble on a soccer pools coupon. Mrs Eslhen Bambridge. 52-year old housewife and cafe name is on the winnic coupon but sex en others share thc riches I'xe ncver had luck like this before. We started thc syndicate only five ago It's xxonderful Associated w 11 h Mrs. Bainbndge in thc venture arc her husband. n clerk. Mr. and Mrs Fred part owners of the cafe. Mrs. .Inrman. 45-year old v. idoxx and also j part oxxner of the John Cross. 35-xear old Bob Turxey. a baker who delivers bread at the and John xvho sells pies Kach member of thc syn- dicate gambled three shill- ings and sixpence but they hit thc jackpot of 230.668 pounds on one txxopcnny bet. T h e y picked up the remaining money on secondary prizes. Thc eight xvmncrs caught a tram to London So collect their tax-free profits Some 10 million Britons play the soccer pools every Bettors try to fore- cast correctly cichl matches They get three points for a draw. for any axxay inner and one and a half for a home win- ner Thc syndicate hit the j.-icV.poi wish a maximum of 2-1 points. President Signs Foreign Aid Bill Washington P r e S i- dent Eiscnhoxvcr has signed jthc foreign aid bill It also extends the life of the civil rights commission for two years. With its signing. Eiscnhow- 'cr completed action on the last of thc bills congress sent him before adjourning Sept. 15. i The amount of aid was les'- than the president had asked for mili- tary and economic help to friendly or allied countries The civil rights commission extension the only action congress took in that field this year aKo was far short of a 7-point cixil rients program Eisenhower cd to congress last January. The all parsed in the final of the sion. also to operate thc cixil com- millions for tne highway fund. million for tne labor department to coxcr thc increased adminis- tratixe costs of the ncxv labor controls and other minor appropriations. thc and and come with me by proxy Stay July after a Jury peaceful that mournins doves walk in the streets. I loxc in mv bcioxed state How I will Comics Deaths Editorials House Kankaona Oncida Serin Sports Women's Section Weather Map Twin Cities FWSPAPIrRI A13 All A 4 A 1 A 15 A16 B 7 Blfi BIO fi 1 I will walk into the north i throuch little villages and j into Shawatw and Oconto coon- i ties I will Drinjc the leisure- ly hike to a close in pleasant community ._ which I have always liked. Speed Not tSSCDfIOI in arc at homc' you Iazy and whlch you may walk wuh me in cav fo when thc time I do.i'l know how long I w.Jl comes Perhaps I'll spend n be strolling through day on a farm or in a grocery hundred a y b e a store or a cheese or maybe a But I whcrcxcr I can find my story will begin my walk on Thurs- for the day. day Oct. 1. ird the conspiracy 14 weeks failed to spirit It's easier that way. but reach a it's not nearly so much fun The justice department said at thc time it would proceed with a new which has been set for Nox 3. former member of thc federal communications and Miami had been ac- But. however lonp it rc- cuscd of conspiring to rig the quires. I repeal my invitation FCC award of Miami Channel I shall not. of walk for you to come along with 10 to Public Sen ice Tclcvis-1 CAROLINA SOUTH CAROLINA in arc iny j snail noi. 01 want ior you 10 come aiong wun iu i-uuuv Grac of for speed or to make a rcc- me through pages of inc.. a subsidiary of Na-j with a few of the ne- ord. I'll simply walk toward Post-Crescent. tional Airlines. coast today. Cross Indicates Approximate location of eye of hur- ricane Gracic as winds struck the South Carolina Get Weatherman Soys Frost on It's Way Wisconsin a-ri much colder with of frost freezing temperatures i northwest Wednesday ly cloudy and continued i quite cool OullooV for j Thursday Fair to cloudy and continued frost and frcczmc tempera- tures Applcton Temperatures for thc 24-hour rwrsod cnd- ins .9 am Hijh 72. 47 Tcirncraturc at 30 a m today w ith thc index at romc'.cr reading 30.0S with wind eight miles irorn the west Mold count SlO per cubic pollen count 7 per cu- bic Sun sets at 5 40 p m ris- es Wednesday at moon nscs Wednesday at a.m. Prominent stars arc Arcturus and Visible planets are Saturn and Venus. i 1 ;

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Publication: Appleton Post Crescent

Location: Appleton, Wisconsin

Issue Date: September 29, 1959

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