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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 3, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin i if VOL.IINo.ll 30Pages cmd 12 Page Tabloid: WISTUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, ASSOCIATED PRESS A 'WIRE SERVICE Price Seven Cents ion Writ to Ha the as it. did i on 19, when-: Tur- key -and Poland alternately moved Jit, and out. of .'the lead. On' today's, .'first" fchirty-second of ;the contest-r- P.oland receLyed 39 votes and Turkey 36. 'Oh' the next ballot Turkey -4hto -the lead ;with a' vote .of to 38 Poland. Turkey had ,been in .front when the voting was suspended two weeks ago. Both candidates were far below the required two-thirds majority. All efforts to find a compro- mise plan appeared to have pearances on the' quiz grain in June of pro- last year Volunteering the information he is in the 76 per cent income tax bracket, Cugat said hi personal proceeds went most ly for income taxes.. Told Not to Worry Questioned; by Robert W Lishman, committee counsel Cugat said 'VI was told.not-1 worry" about ques tiohs oni tfie.Yprqgram can Asked when'. -he aware 'the "show] w'as an honest contest of know.ledg and Gugat "When the: producer -firs came to my, and said he -wanted, to talk t '.I learned that'th questions- Turn to Page 9, Coi: 4- Sil Legal Arguments Lil To be Concluded Tcday But No Tinrte Limit Set Of Kaukquria.pdif of tract in Dispute With Emigre Tribes BY .RICHARD. P..POWERS Washington The In- ian "Claims commission was asked Monday to put an 1832 at least an acre ;on nearly four million acres; of land ;.which Wiscon- in Indians claim was'taken ronv them 'by- the: federal M. S. Chapman- arid Ely M. Aaron, attorneys.for the Oriei- da and ended: the value of the land as' of .1832 'depended'upon :its pros- pects for; settlements and the imber upon it. James J. department attorney, said.the number of 'acres to be paid for is in dispute. He Turn 'to Page, 9, Col. 1 'Washington supreme court'today in the striking Steelworkers back to work under injunction: -1 The nine justices stepped up to the bench. :at a.m. a courtroom packed men, and spectators. Outside a line of probably 300 persons stood waiting in the hope of gettmgiin; r Arthur J: chief counsel; of Steelworkers'union, open- ed the argument, attacking legality of the injunction is- sued by Federal Judge Her- bert P. Sorg in Pittsburgh Oct. 21. Solicitor Gen. J. Lee Rankin had the assignment to ;answ.er for the government. Shortly .before ?the. start of the special hearing, the office of -the court's clerk :said John C. -Bane, Pittsburgh, attorney, would argue briefly on behalf of steel- companies. Strike Background Under court rules, Goldberg opened with an account of the background of the strike, 113 days old today, and what was happened in lower courts. 'At the opening of the hear- ing Chief Justice Warren said no'tiirie.limit.was set. on either side. At the. same time, the chief justice said the court felt' the Houston A doctor-said today... Walter, Williams, last surviving; veteran of the Civil growing .weaker. The Confederate veteran still: 'is taking nourishment, however: be? 117 toy: has under oxygen tent almost constantly the last' week. v" _' "I ".wouldn't-, say" his time is real soon but you can never tell" with man- his the doctor "said. "I 'will- say he seems to get :.a _- (ffl Two 1955J laws restricting trade prac-1 tices of dairies selling milk and- ice cream at wholesale in Wisconsin were upheld by the state supreme court to- day. The decision, written by Justice Timothy Brown, clears -the way for enforce- ment of the laws by the state department of agriculture. Decision Reversed The action reverses a 1958 decision by Judge Richard Orton in circuit court for Dane county. He.granted a request of two dairy companies for a judgment enjoining the de- partment from.enforcing the laws. The firms are the Borden company, second largest dairy concern in the U.S. and Wright and Wagner company, Beloit. The Beloit firm is a subsidiary of Beatrice Foods company, Beatrice, (Neb.) the country's fourth largest dairy. The laws ban wholesalers from furnishing free advertis- ing material, credit 'and ad- vice. It also bans price cut- ting and lending of refrigera- tion, "and dispensing equip- ment. Legislative Decision "We. conclude that the un regulated practices referrec to may in the judgment o ow us, are capable of (institutional administration nd expected .to reply that his gov- the committee that France eminent would U.N; -resolution test plans. was Tea'dy report showing that the plan- ignore any "opposing1 its Moch reportedly with a scientific the legislature, be considered ducer Albert Freedman. de- unfair trade practices, and nied today to the New York Journal American that he ever sought from Char- les Van Doren. The newspaper obtained the statement in a telephone in- terview with Freedman in Mexico City. Freedman, ono of the creators of the defunct NBC will renounce nuclear weaponlquiz show "Twenty tests the day the United the Soviet Union agree to ban production and use of such weapons. went to Mexico after testify- ing before a house subcom- mittee probing the quiz show frauds. N regulated in the promotion o the public the court said. "The .legislature -may honestly and reasonably con the decision continu cd, "that the prohibition o such practices or the regula tion of them as the statute provide will enable smalle or less wealthy wholesaler to compete for the retailer' trade. On a point raised that ther were uncertainties in the ap the the'court We consider the statutes parties would take no longer time .than necessary to present the; issues .properly. 1 At issue, in arguments be fore the court, was the vali- dity "of an injunction already issued under emergency pro- iVisions of the Taft-Hartley la- Turn to Page 9, Col. 2 Illinois Area Rocked by Blast at Dynamite Plant Herrin, M. W) A -tre- mendous explosion rocked a dynamite production plant near, here today, rattling: win- dows eight miles away. One workman was reported kill- ed. The blast ripped the dyna- mite of OluvMathie- son Chemical corporation, eight miles south of here in the tiny southern Illinois com- munity of Ordill. 'The plant put out" an emer- gency call for fire trucks and ambulances, but when units from four neighboring towns sped up to the gate, they were turned back. A guard said they were not needed. "The blast scene cannot be seen from the gate. A fence surrounds the entire area. f Flooded Land Cairo Paper ReportsJ Million Offer to Sudan Government United Arab Republic will pay Sudan 15 million- poun'ds million) for Sudanese lands in the Wadi Haifa'area.that flooded by the Aswan high dam, the newspaper 'Al Ah- ram reported today. k The paper said the_U.A.R. and her' southern 'neighbor also have agreed that Sudan will get almost two-thirds of v AP Wlrephoto Recuperating in a Hospital after being skewered with a 5-foot spear gun Saturday is U. S. Ajrmy Sgt Bffl Morris of Miami, Fla. Morris was snorkeling in shallow water with a cousin, -an underwater' novice, when he was accidentally speared. The shaft entered Morris' left side below the arm, running through the body and protruding from the right side near the thigh." the Nile Driver the huge dam in southern Egypt will keep fromjflowing to-waste in the Mediterranean. Vast Area Affected j. The reported re- moves the last major obstacle to the start of work on Jthe Aswan [dam. Sudan has been unable to_ get a world bankdoan for.her pro- posed Boseires dam until her differences with U.AJR. were settled. The water reserve the dam, ALAhram will flood a vast area extending more than 227jmiles behind the dam, or about 100 miles into Sudanese territory. Exiles in Drive Against Castro New York Cuban ex- iles in the United States and Latin America will launch an all-out campaign tonight to overthrow the Cuban govern- ment of Fidel Castro, the Nevr York Mirror reported, The in a dis- patch from Miami said a is being organized- to lead the cam- paign, which will begin with the parachuting of sabotage groups into Cubar Dr. EmiliO' -Nunez Por- tuondp, former Cuban am- bassador: to the. United 'Na- tions and an exile' in this will- be taamed 'presi- dent' of! the- erriment; "according to the '-Oi..i Nunez Portuondoiwas immediately" available' comment-on the report.------; Gorilla Succumbs at i Milwaukee' County Zoo .Milwaukee Sambo, the larger and more: vigorous of the Milwaukee County Zoo's famed pair; of gorillas, died unexpectedly Sambo, .who came here; with. Samson as a baby. 10 ago, became ill last month. He had appeared, to be., re- sponding to massive doses of antibiotics. s More Snow in Wecfnesd'ay forecast.. Wisconsin.4- Occasional rain south and rain or snow northt .tonight: .Wednesday ram' and with-snow1 mixed northwest- and-ex- treme snorth. Outlook." for Thursday; cloudy and continued cool with snow Appleton m p 'e r a- ,tures for the 24-hour .period ending 9 a. m. today: High 42, low" 39. Temperature" at m..today .49, with disr scomfort index meter reading 29.60 inches with wind southwest 16, miles an-hour. i: Sun sets at pjrir, rises Wednesday at, a.m.; moon' sets at p.m. -ior 1 LEWSFAPEsl I 4 I 1 NEWSPAPER!
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