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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               r Prime Minister Harold Macmillan of Britain, West German Leader Konrad Adenauer, President Eisen- hower and France's President Charles de Gaulle, from AP Wlrcphoto left, are principal figures in la western unity sum- mit conference scheduled for. a Dec. 19 opening in Paris. 't Followed Script in TV Show, Van Doren Says CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 rules, was neither televised .nor broadcast. He followed a script, said the young professor who be- came the best known of all big money winners in the hey- day of quiz shows. He was coached on manner- Isms. He was cautioned against spilling out the answers. -He hesitated and grimaced before the cameras, he said, to build up suspense. ;Van Doren said he is now' aggrieved that he gave in to investigators. Van Doren later testified that hi late January, 1957, while he still was on Freedman de- manded of his potential winnings. Van Doren hurriedly added the persuasive arguments ofj Albert Freedman, a producer of the show that he was creating new respect for the teaching profession and that.j after, all, it was only enter-! tainment for the millions of TV viewers. "I learned a lot about good and evil." Van Doren said, 'and I learned that things are not always the way they ap- pear to be." Answering questions posed this time by the congressional ithat he didn't think Freed- man meant it. Nothing came of it, he said. Wanted The incident occurred, Van Doren related, when Freed- man approached him one night "and told me I was to be the first contestant to win more than 'I think these are his ex- Van Doren's eyes as he re- lated the incident. "I'm very sorry to have to mention he said. Freedman "never repeated Van Doren said, adding: "No'arrangements of any kind were ever made be- tween me and Mr. Freed- man." Van kept his emo- tions in check as he read his statement. He read rapidly, however, and it was obvious that he was undergoing tur- moil. Reporting his reactions er receiving the subcommit- tee's, invitation to testify last act words." Van Doren said: month, he said: 'Charlie. I think I ought to have of that mon- ey.' Tears welled noticeably in 'I knew I could not lie any- more. He said he became aware he had been running away 'S AIW A Y S F I R S T Q U111 f Y I STORE HOURS Monday and Friday to Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday to Shop'til 9Tbnight if you're an old hand at roping V k W 5, J'J LANOLIN FINISH SLIPS IN COLORS! Our tiny, priced slips are won- derfully soft because they have a lanolin finish. Pretty, too. in colored Proportioned. SPECIAL BUY SHIRTS! NEW ARNEL -COTTON! Sizes 32 to 44 Proportioned Lingerie Dept Main Floor Popular fashion! Roll up sleevs shirts! Marvelous Arnel triace- tate .and cotton broadcloth! The iron just glides over! White, pastels and darker colors. 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However, subcommittee sources have said he later 'returned and told the. grand jury the truth. As Van Doren ended his'90 minutes of Itestinrony before the. subcommittee'.Chairman Oren Harris excused him with a "God bless you." He said the witness had "cer- tainly helped clarify the rec- ord." Duty to Tell Truth Earlier Rep. Steven B.'Der- ounian told the wit- ness that while he was glad Van Doren had made his statement, "I cannot agree with my. colleagues who com- mended you for, telling the truth. I think an intelligent adult like you has an obliga- CONTINUEp FROM position and, that of i the party he .leads, buf "he 'said J 'with some impatience .that he is aware of no such prospect. It was 'guessed, however, that he will. indicate :io the convention preference for a tax attitude" that 'is some- what less rigid than that taken before at other party meet- ings. (Some party., leaders, not- ably including Proxmire and Mayor .Ivan Nestingen of Madison, have said they will insist upon an anti-sales tax resolution at the Democratic delegate conven- tion in Milwaukee Nov. 13.) The governor today also re- peated that he wants the legis- lature that will reconvene to- morrow to enact stop gap rev- enue measures to balance the state budget, and that he will resist. prospective. Republican tion to tell the truth." There was a burst of ap- plause from the back of the where some 500 persons were crowded into space meant to seat 220. 3 t i jit Monday, moves to c tax committee'- reportsrlts' mcndations.'f'.probably) next Expects He also issued a press lease today indicating-that he expects a major fight about the enactment of his. bill; for a billboard-'control1 'program for state highways, which was not-acted .upon.by; the lawmakers earlier W th'e year. He complained that the billboard lobby is falsely des- the purposes -of nature and tfie the measure.vto in-" for. a': "tight The legislature will stay in session at; least .month and1'very likely'longer. .told reporters '..today that he, may have some." addi- tional .''appointments', to sub- mit ;to. the state senate for j confirmation, dur- ing-the. session, mcluding a .commission chairman to succeed Harold Plummer, who. is serving un- der .'special arrangements af- ter haying reached retire- ment age. enact a permit system "for all the advertising the state's public roads. He announced his approval of a legislative bill original- ly suggested by him which puts Blue, Cross, Blue Shield and surgical care plans, with hundreds of thousands of Wis- MAKE YOU FEEL OLD cousin policy holders, .under bow much the regulation-of the state in- surance department. 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