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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - October 27, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               APPLETON POST-CRESCENT VOL. LH No. 5 34 A, B APPLETON-NEENAH-MENASHA, WIS., TUESDAY, OCTOBER ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE SERVICE Price Seven Cents I Soviets Say Moon Photos Herald Pictures of Planets AP Wlrephoto Edgar Kaiser, Left, board chairman of the Kaiser Steel corporation, and David McDonald, head of the United Steelworkers union, get in a close handshake after a strike settlement agreement was reached in Washington. Kaiser is the nation's ninth largest steel producer. Nixon to Speak in Appleton Nov. 13 Castro Sees Need for New Firing Squads Continues Bitter Attacks on U. S. And Threatens Base BY ROBERT BERRELLEZ New Date Set for Vice President's Visit; Plan Morning Program For College, Post-Crescent Series Vice President Richard M. Nixon will speak in Friday morning, Nov. 13, as the second headliner on the stecl company, one of the na-I "America and World Community" program sponsored by tion's non-struck steel pro- vehlcle and lts picture-taking ducers. today followed "opens up broad 2 Firms and Union Agree on New Contract Detroit Steel, Kaiser Approve Settlement Terms Pittsburgh Detroit Mountains Cover Most Of Hidden Side; Few Craters are Indicated BY STANLEY JOHNSON [remarkable scientific achieve- Russia imcnt. Many said the pictures i ..nit- iii'e fitted in with their precon- boasted today that Lunik III notions Qf ,and_ history-making of the moon.s far side. of pictures of tlie hidden side. The Russians lost no time of the moon heralds photo-j naming visible features. They graphic surveys of the planets c.allcd depres' beyond. Tass, the official sion north of the lunar equa- tor "the Sea of Moscow." A Soviet i bay in the southern part of Lawrence college and the Appleton Post- Crescent. The program will be at a. m. at Law- rence college chapel. Nixon's appearance or- iginally was scheduled for a day earlier. He will be speaking in Wisconsin Rapids the evening of Nov. 12, and will arrive by plane the morning of Nov. 13 for his Apple- ton talk. He is scheduled to speak the same night in Indianapolis, so will leave Apple- ton at about p. m., from either the Outa- Havana Prime Min- gamie or Winnebago County airport. Pleas Total 44-Cent City Tax Rate Hike Tentative Budget Puts Spending Up as Hearings Open BY JIM NEWCOMB PoU-Crcsccnt Stuff Writer Requests for appropriations would produce a tax rate in- crease of about 44 cents for city purposes Appleton city budget committeemen were told Monday as they opened'largely to his most violent numoer of written el platform with a dozen Lawrence professors and students usw Kaiser, one of 96 here last night indicate the i for an informal question and answer discussion of foreign I companies shut down in the area is covered mostly with ister Fidel Castro angrilyj Tne vice president will appear on the chap- promised a wildly chee crowd of several and world events thousand last night to once line with tne program again hand over the enemies'earlicr thls year bv LawrenceJ of his revolution to military and the Post-Crescent. lead of Kaiser Steel corpora- tion and signed a similar agreement with the news agency, said the sue- the depression was named Icessful operation of the space "the Bay of Astronauts." A team of Soviet scientists also tagged six other land- marks. Scientists from many countries participated in nam. ing the so-called seas, moun- Turn to Page 10, Col. 2 prospects for studying the planets beyond." A Russian scientist. Vasiliy United Lobastov. said lunik's trans- Steehvorkers. j mission of its moon shot "has David J. McDonald, union'inaugurated the most perfect president, called the surprise method of studying settlement "another wedge in through rocket photography." the industry's solid front." The signing followed by Landmarks Named The world got its first look Nixon some 18 hours an agreement today at the far side of the in Washington between the moon. Photographs released in tribunals and firing squads. In a fiery speech of more All O Ul UlUlCj- than three hours, wl11 Dr. Douglas M. Knight, president of Lawrence col- moderator. At hearings on 1960 budget proposals. City Clerk Elden J. Broehm said his com- pilation of a tentative budget shows a dollar demand, exclusive of state and county tax levies, amounting to Incomes from sources other than city real estate and personal property .taxes could to- tal Broehm said. Thus, the tax demand would be "with county and state levies to come. Assessment Hike Dollar demand this year was Other-sources income was estimated at Broehm The tax levy, not counting state and county levies, amounted to Going into committee review then, the dollar demand is up the other-sources income, and the tax levy, An increase in Assessor John A.' Pierre's real estate and personal property assess- ment, totaling Turn to Page 6, Col. 3 ti-American tirade yet, Cas-' Questions will be sought from tro also- cnaPel audience. 1. Gave a strong hint his' Free "ckets for the pro- government may try to drive fram. w.lU be. available n- the United States from its na- dav at. the business office and alumni office of Lawrence val base at Guantanamo southeastern Cuba. in' f collge and at Post-Cres- 2. Said Cuba will buy Deluding the JNeenah- planes anywhere apparent-) Menasha office of the news- ly meaning from the commu-'PaPcr- Tickets will be limited ____ ..ito two for each applicant and nist bloc if its overtures toi buy jets from Britain fail. 3. Virtually signed the death applicant the seats in the chapel have been allocated equally V Z AT VT between students and the pub- warrant of Maj. 0 Matos. former commander of the armed forces in Camagu- ey province and key figure ini crisis. I Reds to Yield 10 Prisoners Wants Fixers To Face Probe Perfume Firm Head Would Separate Ads And Entertainment i uiucutu me iiiuueu Jjiue ui LIIU _ an annual ingot capacity of nat..rnl <.atpnitP president of Coty, Inc., if eann s natural satellite f now 105-day steel strike. Same Benefits Detroit Steel, employing 300, is the industry's teenth largest producer six- with mountains, Tass said, with only a few of the craters that pockmark the side the earth sees. First reports yesterday in- dicated the hidden side of the t million tons. It has been lating under a contract y unmarked plains, sion with the union since the considerably more monoto- nous than the side turned to- nationwide strike started July earth? as one an- Peiping Agrees To Hand Over Indian Policemen 115. same economic benefits as Kaiser settlement. The U. S. Third Circuit New Delhi India to- Courl of APP_eals here will accepted red day offer to hand over 10 Indian policemen captured last week said today the businessmen who sponsored fixed television quiz shows should be called before the congressional com- n _ nouncement said. mittee probing the programs. McDonald said the new De- Scientists in America and r. Tne Perfume and cosmetics troit Steel pact includes the throughout the world hailed firm executive also called for Sov.et ra as firm separation of advertis- i ing and entertainment on tele- vision. He said businessmen advertising on TV should have no control over entertain- ment. Cortney told the Sales Ex- announce at 3 p.m. CST that unma s striking Steelworkers must return work for 80 days under lie, 800 tickets for each group. In expectation of a tickct demand greater' than the Turn to Page 6, Col. 6 in a clash on the remote fron-jTaft Harley injunction to! a! or may continue their strike. The ruling, however, will Macmillan Govermenf Wants To Liberalize Gambling Laws Quake Rattles Windows in Parts Of SOUth Carolina tcr Harold Macmillan's gov- bets. BY TOM OCHILTREE horse parlor op- ment of the account is made London Prime Minis- erators who take illegal cash ernment told parliament to- Britons of all classes have weekly or monthly. The new legislation presum- jably envisages betting shops tier. A government said the Indian ambassador until about p.m Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 287. Clement H. Metoxen, 29, route 1, Oneida. spokesmanlnot be to the'public' 288 Dan Harmon, Jr., route imbassador until ahont n m i4' "SHKOSn. to Peiping has asked the red Chinese to name a place and date for transfer of the pris- oners in the Ladakh region bordering Tibet. The bodies of nine Indian policemen killed in the same! encounter with Chinese troops) will be turned over at the same time. The spokesman said it was assumed the transfer will take place near the scene of the clash. It appeared certain the Meanwhile, Kaiseri Turn to Page 10, Col. 6 289. Duchow, 31, of 423 E. Lindbergh street. (Story on Page A-16) New System Studied Facsimile Mail Plan Studied by Engineers ecutives club and in adver- tisements in newspapers, urged businessmen to cooper- ate in a "hands-off-entertain- ment code." Tired of Jokes "Let the businessmen be concerned only with honestly selling their products and he said in an ad. "Let the networks and sta- tions be responsible for the en- tertainment and editorial con- tent." Cortney said of the fixed quiz shows: "I am tired of the little jokes I hear about this shame- ful fraud. I say this is a na- tional scandal. Those who per- petrated it upon the American Post off ice'Summerfield said so today in must be exposed and Hartsville, S. C. W) A j j vm. uvv.v.. .11 114 through the establishment of course bets on horse and as he get Qn a'savsthe area is 40 miles in- as races on credit legally while ;race track the poorer sections of night South Carolina. No serious damage was reported. The tremor, which a Flor- ence Weather bureau theorized was "a slight shift- abeth's speech at the formal tors; uooer opening of the parliament! At present cash betting, upper F' p .where the bettor comes face- came at about p. prepared jto-face with the bookmaker- for the queen by the cabinet, i betting shops operating openly as groceries. u This was among legisla- community break the law by tive proposals in Queen Eliz-, d_e_aling wlth the cash 'side Indian territory. to coast. ing of m. Fireman at Hartsville said legal only on race courses. Because she is expecting a However a person of prov- the fire truck shook in the baby in February, she did not ed financial standing can open station and gasoline in its i attend the opening in the red an account with a bookmaker tanks was sloshed around, i and gilt house of lords. Vis- and on a "edit Other reports were received ;count Kilmuir, the lord bcts be placed by from Chesterfield, read the specch f0r'Phone or mail and a scttlc- Bishopville, Patrick, Bethune ner and McBee. Details Not Given IDT The government promised LOilCJ-RCinCje IQX that "a bill will be introduced to amend and modernize the ReVISlOfl AAQV law on betting and which already is much more VVdlt TOT YeCIT lenient than the legislation in Readers Give 7heir Views in People's Forum Almost daily the Peo- ple's Forum on the Post- Crescent's editorial page carries letters from read- ers expressing their opin- ions and ideas on current issues and events. It is the Fox Cities' soap- box, the place where views are expressed that differ from or substantiate those of public officials and in- dividuals. For a view of public opin- ions, read the People's For- um. You might want to most American slates. Details were not spelled out. Madison A legisla- tive committee was told to- Government sources privately day that Wisconsin's blue-rib- predicted, however, that bct-jbon tax committee may not ting shops for cash wagering recommend long-range tax re- will be legalized. As many asjvision before the end of next may be established in year- j Tr Howard Koop, financial aide Such legislation probably l? Gov Gayord Nelson, made, 

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