Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, September 12, 1959

Oshkosh Daily Northwestern

September 12, 1959

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Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - September 12, 1959, Oshkosh, Wisconsin FAIR OUTLOOK Mostly and warmer to- day. Fair and cool tonight Sunday. High in 70s. Details on Page 5. Oshkosh Daily Northwestern Associated Press and United Press Ninety-Second Year Oshkosh, Wis., Saturday Evening, September 12, 1959 18 Pages Price Six Cents Congress Acts To Finish Job Senate Squares Off for Sharp, Session-Ending Civil Rights Fight WASHINGTON (UPI) The Senate, driving for con- gressional adjournment Monday night, squared off today for a sharp, session-ending civil rights fight.____________ Deadlocked Senate House! tnounced the commission's recom- i j i i nouncea me commission s recom- conferees also planned to try mendation that the federal gov. again to work out their dif- ferences over legislation to authorize higher interest rates on government savings bonds, the other major bar- rier to adjournment. The ne- gotiators were under strong pressure to compromise but a solution did not appear likely. House leaders, anxious to ad-! Journ today, kept their members on a standby basis to act on any legislation sent over from the Senate. Monday Best Bet Key lawmakers said Congress probably couldn't clean up todav. Thev forecast ernment take over local election registration where necessary to end denials of voting rights. its- ad- journment Monday or Tuesday. Monday night appeared the best bet. The civil rights fight was over an attempt by some senators to Charge Nehru Appeased Reds In Border Row NEW DELHI, India Prime Minister Nehru was heck- led by apposition members in Par- liament today on charges of ap- peasing Red China in the border dispute. They called on the government to use necessary to dislodge C h i n e se Communist troops from Indian territory. Nehru angrily accused the oppo- sition of unrealistic "brave ges- tures" and rejected the suggestion to use force. The flareup came even as Niki- ta S. Khrushchev appeared to be making headway in getting Pei- ping. and the Nehru government to cool off their hot border dis- pute which has been casting a shadow over his impending mis- sion to the United States. j Toss Out Feelers i After days of flinging bitter NEW YORK fUPU _Five'charges of aggression against hundred transit policemen, whojeach other- the Asian patrol the city's subways, today countries gently tossed out peace Subway Police To Enter Fight Against Youths stood ready to enter the Friday in their in' against rising juvenile roug.nly square ness on their own time and with- out pay. Representatives of two transit police organizations told Mayor Robert F. Wagner Friday their men would be willing to pound miles of frontier territory. Red C h i n a's parliamentary Standing Committee, called into a special session Friday to hear a Moscow Radio Says Rocket Fired to Moon Community Stunned By Fatal Crash WASECA, Minn. dents of this farming community were stunned today by the deaths of a mother and her six children whose station wagon was hit by a freight train. It was the na- tion's second multiple-death train crossing accident in two days. A coroner's jury met briefly Friday, then recessed until Wed' nesday, one day after Mrs. Irene Zimmerman and her six children, aged 2 to 13, are to be buried in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Accident Among Worst The accident was among the worst in a rash of train-motor ve- hicle crashes that killed 16 per- sons around the nation. Seven children were killed and report on the dispute, is meeting! 19 injured Thursday when their tack an extension of the expiring'beats to help regular police crack again today. Peiping and New Delhi have both welcomed the Moscow state- school bus was hit by a Balti- more and Ohio passenger tram near Oakland, Md. bill. foreign aid money The amendment would extend the life of the controversial com- mission for two more 3-ears and sals for so-called citizens' "vigi- lante groups" have been turned down, but the transit patrolmen are graduates of the Police Acade- my. jment on Wednesday appealing toj one could figure out why them to resolve their border feud I Mrs. Zimmerman, 32. drove her put up for the group's Seek Puerto Rican expenses. The commission, which: Police meanwhile sought aroused southern ire with a series j Puerto Rican youth who allegedly of anti-discrimination recommen-1 wielded a knife in a gang rape of dations this week, will die Nov. 8 a white woman early yesterday. peacefully. {station wagon past the blinking A pro-Communist Indian weekly warning lights onto the Minneapo this morning suggested Khrush- chev may offer himself as an in- lermediarv after his 12-dav tour Us and St. Louis Railroad tracks into the path of the 64-car train. The train slammed into the Three Negroes aged 17 to 20 were seized within a few hours after unless Congress acts. Confident of Approval Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-'the attack. The 44-year-old wom- Minn.', one of the senators back-Jan told police the four jumped her Dy XX J.L I I OUT M IS ing the rights proposal, said he was confident the amendment would be approved. He said it would be accompanied by an agree- in front of a Brooklyn subway station as she was on her way to work in an all-night beauty par- lor, beat .here, dragged her into a ment from senate leaders to call! waiting car and drove her to the legislation early next year, prob- ably in late January or early February. house where they assaulted- her. WAUKESHA 19 year old vouth shot in the shoulder The fugitive youth was identi- by Waukesha patrolman Friday fied only as "Pancho." but police night. Chief James W. Hannon T_ r. 1 1 I the United States beginning i leaded station wagon, pushing the demolished car 40 to 50 feet down Turn to INDIA on Page 5 the tracks into a standing box car. The mother and four of the children were thrown from the car, less than 100 yards from the Sacred Heart Catholic School j where they were heading. Trapped in Wagon The two youngest children died trapped in the back part of the wagon. Five of the 2. Jimmy. 4. Barbara, 7, Constance. 8, and Michael, 10. were killed instantly. Mrs. Zimmerman and At Waukesha Southern senators were they knew his full name. isa7d'after" he aimed oldest daughter. Kathryn, 13. to fight at length against the ex-j The other three, Jimmie Rogers the officer and it mis-fired ]died Waseca Hospital, tension of the Civil Rights Com-jLunsford, 17, James Daniel Bel-i man identified bv Hannon' James Zimmerman. 38. was un- missnon. They have bitterly 20. and Alexander Williams.'as Herbert of treatment for severe shock Steel Contract Talks Continue Without Break 18. were held in S25.000 bail on.was taken to where jt'atfer learning of the death of his charges of kidnaping, robbery was rep0rted that the wound fas familv' and rape. Police said they admit- not serious. Zimmerman was on the scene I led the attack but denied being. Hannon said that the youth en-iof the wreck within a half hour members of any organized a tavern and gave the uas wilh thls Wlfe al the hos- The small, frail woman's Arnold Potthast a S20'P'tal where she died and was tackers stole from her beforeiciieck to Polthart" sent an- taken back to the family's 450- on a other customer to a nearbv bank acre farm where he collapsed releasing her. blindfolded, !street corner. 'where it was reported the check Mayor Wagner was to meet was no good. ,next week with John R. Martin.1 Potthast called police and Pa- of the Patrolmen's Ben-trolman Donald Vincent, 33, carne1 i ts-ll i i NEW YORK thTe the bar to question Langnes IS 1x11160 IP tract negotiators today hold Soviet Expects Arrival Sunday LONDON (AP) Moscow radio reported today thai Soviet scientists have fired "a cosmic rocket to the moon." First broadcasts monitored here did not claim the rocket had reached the moon but had made a flight "toward it." It added that the rocket Soviet rocket might be aimed at the moon. The present shoot reported by Moscow radio could be intended as spice for Premier Khrush- chev's visit to the United 'IS expected to reach the beginning next week. moon" at a.m. Moscow! time, Sept. 14, p.m. Sun- day, CDT. It is a rocket propelled in a succession of stages. "The last stage of the rocket having exceeded the second cos- mic speed of meters 'about 7 miles) per second, is flying toward the the announce- ment said. North of New Guinea "At 3pm. Moscow time on Sept. 12 hasi MADISON ,P> _ The Q told the department his committee sin Supreme Court has agreed to "e glad to invite Khrush-la test of the constitutionals of a The requests will form the hasi.s ings conducted ju.-t before 'or Nelson's recommendations to the Legislature, scheduled to re- Turn to BUDGET on Pace 5 convene Nov 3. Tiaditionallv the state's executive budget is loll un- ouched during fall .sessions Tlie present second-year figure -a protection o! Nel.son s S1H4 first-year budget repre- sents a compromise with the Re- Senate. The 380 million dollar total lor tho two years contains no new programs Half Want More Money light plane crashed and exploded Joe E. Nusbaum, flames near here Friday, kill-; TOM- Four Die In Plane Crash In Tennessee SEWANEE. Tenn. (AP) cnev to have lunch or to visit'new law that uould informally if US officials saw of Milwaukee Cmintv to 'any merit in the idea. 'eiect an executive diret-or Present indication.- are that, The so called "Milwaukee Coun- probably will have" ad-jty mayor law" was hv the ijounied by the time Khrushchev Wisconsin Legislature tnis- .spring, arrives Tuesday morning. This.u provides for ot an' ex- woukl obviate tho question executive who would livjci admm- Iwhether the Russian leader .should activities in the county. address issue most The director, to be elcv'.iv! next ''lawmakers would like to avoid. ,spnng. would appoint cieparunent __ s heads, act on the budget and could veto or approve resolu- tions and ordinances passed by the county board C. Stanley Perry. Milwaukee County Corporation counsel. Fri- day asked the court to take orig- inal jurisdiction for a test of the Urges Nelson As of Administration director ,ind''ng a young college student from 'ormer financial aid to tho hls and lhc-At DeiTlOS ernor, .said nearly all state asen-jP cies are seeking second jear' The single engine plane sliced KANSAS CITY Patrick Constitutionality of the law. He budget adjustments. Roughly through a high voltage Ime'j Lucey, Wisconsin Democratic said an early decision was neces- half, he said, want more money. I and plunged into a clump of trees Chairman, issued a statement at sary because of the proposed ir. a field while approaching nutate Midwest Democratic election. wanee Airport for a landing. j Conference Friday night, urging1 The law was challenged by Killed were Mark Thomas Wai-'party members to support County Auditor Robert 62nd Thor Fired CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (UPI) 18, Middletown. Md his fa-iGaylord Nelson for keynote speak- E. Boos. f'ndav The bureau's new popula- fion estimate was per- higher than one year ago. increase of 1.7 per cent. THREE KILLED IN CLARK COUNTY HEADON CRASH These demolished cars remained Friday after both in late 60 s of Parker s Prairie, Minn., headon crash killed three persons on High- and Floyd GarreH, 40, of Milwaukee. Garrett'i way 12 just south of Humbird in Clork County. wife Hazel, was in critical condition. Cars Dead Mr. and M's. Harry Boehne, crashed on sweeping curve. (AP Wirephoto) 62nd firing of the Roy Henry Walter, a at the 1960 Democratic National _ _ j Force's Thor missile was record-oletown businessman: his jCnOOl DiOSt TriCu 'ed early today. The Force Mrs. Doris Kathorme Walter; and; Lucey said that Nelson "per-1 McCOMB, Miss. A I said the routine shot miles the pilot-owner. Dwd.vnc E Kell-i.s-omfies the young, vigorous lead-planned attempt to blow up a ni- .downrango aimed at a trir-