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   Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - October 31, 1959, Oshkosh, Wisconsin                             LITTLE CHANGE with. occasional rain er drizzle today, tonight. Sunday cloudy, warmer. Details on Page 10. Associated Press and United Press Oshkosh Daily Northwestern Ninety-Second Year Oshkosh, Wis., Saturday Evening, October 31, 1959 20 Pages Price Six Cents Highest Court Will Review Decisions in Steel Dispute Savage Storms SlashWestU.S. Northern Utah, Southern California Battered Two Drown in Arizona Meeting Urged By Khrushchev Strike Negotiators Meet Again Today WASHINGTON steel strike seemed likely I to last at least until late next week despite expected fast action by the Supreme Court in its first test of the Taft- jHartley back-to-work injunction. The high court agreed FOAM-COVERED TANKS AFTER FIRE A thick layer of foam covers tanks and ma- Milwaukee. The blaze occurred after, an ex- chinery following a spectacular fire Friday plosion in one of the petroleum tanks. Two Ot the plant of the Strudell Asphalt Co. in persons were injured. (AP Wirephoto) .VikiSSS0KhrushPchev t0 r6VieW 10W6r COUrt rulingS the 80-day an early East-West summit order in the steel dispute. mi i n i A i i ingi witnout lons preparations; The union maintains that Page 10) Colorado. Denver had 7.4 he said wouW mak th .-_ 1InrnnqHtn nouncernem and then later hands SALT LAKE CITY. Utah b fe in of the Big Four inJunctlon JS a written opinion with iu d- Savage windstorms slashed a !v'ebra5ka and at governrnent liltle more lhan a tional and also not justified reasoning. of costly destruction across north-- -j0' social event. by the facts in the case. The May Be First Ruling ern Utah and southern in a government wants the court The cast result in the Friday as a wave of violent I3' foreign policy report to im-st Supreme Court ruling on the weather raked the West. nules north of Salt Lake City.iSLpieme Soviet thus ljned uphold the flf the 'back.fo. mates of damage ran as high as Nervous Hl11 Force Base President Eisenhower and'order. It urges a quick ruling'work provision of 1947 Tan- five million dollars in Utah. .sonnel abandoned the control British Prime Minister Harold i because of ''the Act. But the court nor- sonnel abandoned the control British 'tower when their instruments clocked winds of 92 m.p h. to! Plane With nane WITH Asphalt Blast Feared Arizona flash floods which were described as the worst in that sec- tion since 1951. A fast-moving storm dumped from 6 to inches of snow along the eastern slopes of the Rockies and in the Western Plains states. The tornadic winds in Utah howled off the.Wasatch Mountain Range and caused widespread i damage in a heavily-populated j region from Salt Lake City 75 jmiles north to Tremonton, on the' j Utah-Idaho border. hear imally tries to decide a case on 1 other grounds if it is possible to Ike Finishes Health Check, It's Best Ever in opposition French President Charles Gaulle on the calling of the East-' The Court .avoid passing on the summit meetins :OI'al arguments on the unions ap- aljty of an act Q[ Claims Agreement ;Peal Tuesday. A decision by the T'he steelworkers union ,The Soviet Premier said of appeared vir- ,enged the of {he is agreement" between himself.tu- certain. injunction provision in a and Eisenhower on the Time Limitation strike. But the walkout was el- and Macmillan "aLso favors a The Supreme Court clerk's of- tied before the case reached the summit. :fjce sgjcj iawyers would be per-'Supreme Court. Buj, he said in a direct refer-jmitted to take all the time they- Negotiations Resume ence to De Gaulle's stand, need to present arguments in PITTSBURGH (UPI; Steel "Some statesmen in the West say the precedent-setting case. Un-j strike negotiators meet here a conference should belder normal circumstances each'again today but their attention held after preliminary agree-'side is limited to an hour. ;was focused on Washington where Presi- ment had been reached on main- Tn a vital the u-s- Supreme Court and At least 10 people were hurt in'dent Eisenhower completed his problems." the chief federal mediator moved WASHINGTON (AP> the case. Khru- Airliner Believed to Have Crashed In Virginia-Huge Hunt Under Way MILWAUKEE phalt processing (Utah as winds of up to 92 physical checkup today' If this was jper hour toppled houses, uprooted and a physician reported the said. trees and smashed thousands of.suits were the best the President; "A summit conference would i windows.' A dozen truck and'ever had. not be convened to decide on or ;trailer rigs w-ere flipped Smiling broadly as he checked solve anything, but simply to jState police halted truck, bus of Walter Reed Anny the time of day pleasanth car traffic for several Center at a.m. EST.. for instance, fishing or hs sues its ruling in a vital sometimes a brief tanks exploded Friday, sending thick black smoke billowing over the far Northwest side of the city in a resulting on open highways. Winds of hurricane force ac- companied a freak weather pat-! tern in southern California. isenhower himself put it this to a concert or somethin" in referring to the outcome: jot thai kind." "It's so good I'd like lo go back' Khrushchev's reference to fire that threatened for a while'hail, snow and lightning storms! "Tne we ever had-" CHARLOTTESVILLE Va two-engine spread to other tanks. j uprooted trees in Los Angeles summed up Lt. Gen. Leonard. D. mont Airlines plane with 27 persons aboard, moments awavL Tihreet T[ thejcounty Cotton crops in the lush 'Heaton. the Army, surgeon gen- tanks at the Strudell Asphalt Co. Imperial Valley suffered damage from a landing, crashed Friday night near this college city, escaped injury. Two of them, estimated at a quarter of a mil- Health Very Good Clarence Allworden. 46. .Mihvsu-jlion dollars, kee, and Henry Pelton. 49. Lake1 High winds fanned a score of Keesus. were released from in northern California for-' the summit came at the end of a far ranging report on the internation al scene, in which he skipped Turn to SOVIET on Page 10 Rescue teams that scoured': a wide area in the rain during; the night failed to turn up a; single clue as to the where-j abouts of the DCS, enroute from Washington to Roanoke, Va., with a scheduled stop: here. "We haven't been able to de-; velop anything all night." said; Maj. Charles A. Rausch, Civil Airi CRESTV1EW Fla ''AP> A Patrol commander for the central! Virginia area, early today. plane apparently didn't burn 10-000 persons into a night of explode, unless it did so a longj terror. way from here. There are no Five persons were injured in ports we can develop of fire explosions Friday night blast. after butane gas gushed into the "We were hoping that someone city water system. Five Persons Kurt in Butane Gas Explosions hospital after treatment for shock ests. An estimated a-nd bruises. 16.000 acre-, burned and threatened some Thirteen pieces of fire closing U.S. 50. One the uand lhe equipment and two tank trucks when' a Yree offk'er slocd on the of ihe firm   reilt'hed a fire lhe wires h-H thi-po Virginia on a healer in the the quarry telephone system, learns comma ;lnd an explosion followed. She and cutting off communication with counties, cen'ermg ground ._____j___ ____j hunt near the.hamlet of ville. REVENGE CORBY., England   or 30 feet through 'its length, A short while later Carolyn'moved deep into the shaft asj Eilnnd Kennedy started lo brush Asmoke swiried in. They said they home- were able to stav in clear air un- There were two unconfirmed re- falhcr, Arthur Eiland. were slight-i'he trapped men, and also spread y injured. to shoring timbers at the tunnel The third explosion occurred atjmouth. causing rock and rubble heard the ltle nome ot Elizabeth Den- partially to block the entrance, nlane and n's' SuPei'visor of lunchrooms for Fellow employes of Vermont t h rt i (i r then what could have been an ex- plosion. No Rain at Time rain was falling at the time of the plane's disappearance and aircraft had a 1.300-foot ceiling and 10 mile visibility. in the evening a drizzling rain began. The flight 349, began in Wash- ington. D.C It was (o have con- tinued to Roanoke. There were 24 passengers and 3 crew members WASHINGTON' 'UPI 1.500 B-47 bombers. These officials said today that can reach Russia from! ;fears of annihilation by the Rus-ibases in this country. Turkey, meanwhile, ignored So-' SPARTA fAP: 18-yeiir-dldlRIifinsc.-linii.il AWOL who didn't like the'Theron Morn Army and who imury alt- er a .day on the farm ,-iboiii i: he mad.-' liis hideout, i.s nit1 ot siiootinj{ to dentil his undo and The aunt who befriended him. inio i Monroe County Disi. Any. W. month Gleiss said he planned lo not kn Garold Khoinschmidt with was toimts of first dcgw- murdi.-r. l-'ort The district atlornry thai said. mill iT'cr-nlly without It'; Kimx. Ky. s.'iid the vont: er Maj. Camilo Cienfuegos. Premier Fidel Castro took per- sonal command of the hunt for Cienfuegos, a member of the ori- ginal invasion force that landed in Oriente Province in 195G and cue of the most popular figures in the 2tith of July revolutionary movement. Search Central Cuba Cienfuegos disappeared Wednes- day on a flight to Havana from Khcin-jCamajiupy. search has been Morris 'concentrated in centra! Cuba. picking corn all day hut amntetir radio operator at ran into considvrabli' trouble bo- in Las Province, the picker broke down fre-j reported he had received word bout a fluently and continued to get snick j wreckage of a plane had been admiiied slaying.couple after a day in wiiirh :U, his uncle, and'orything won! wrong." au.ni. in Ihcir tiiat he and ol IICIP li hut did in the mud. Then the farm truck seen on the north coast of Cama- guev. the county school system. She and Marble Co. started an air com- a tcadicr. Miss Lillie Waldrori. prossor on the surface and fed air were injured. Those Iwo and young to the trapped men through a pipe Larry wero luxoitaiized. U.S. Abandons Bases, Cuts Missile Program authorities withheld release of the passenger list pend- ing next of kin notification. CAP teams from several abandonment of ginia areas converged on the area. U. S. bases in Morocco and a Air Force authorities planned to begin an air search today. About 100 CAP members and cutback in the Thor missile gram. The officials said the moves al- another JOO pated in the volunteers search partici-iso underlined this country's in- during reliance on interconti- ;viet threats and agreed Friday allow the United States to set up a squadron of Jupiter 1.500- rnile intermediate range ballistic missils (IRBM) on its territory. night. Four mobile ground units Cental ballistic missiles 5.000 mile rockets, now toured the area as the parties ran down leads. Divers Report Find Italy earlier accepted two Jupiter squadrons and Britain has opened its territory to Thor IRBM But Greece, France and pads. West coming into operation, can drop nuclear bombs on Russia from launching pads in the United i Germany have said they want no 'States, eliminating the need within their borders. lovorwis airbuses and NATO countries VICKSBURG, Miss.   Army which Gar-'l old said he didn't like. Gloiss quoted the vouth y> presumed Castro Aids in flunt ('astro searched for the miss..: he shot Morris with a twin-engine Cessna plane Ins personal aircraft, the to go to hen. Later. Maestra." and ordered Morri  knife. Both husband and wife were1''1-001 moving ation shot in the head. records out of the country the About, midnight Garold here. .-nod the three children i .loy 10, M.chael 4 and findv 18 months. He asked Jov il she' heard .shooting ami whrn the replied no he told her not to wor-l'he rv j industry source said. Mrs. Morns, Theron'.--! mother who lived in a trailer near-j by, went to the farm Friday morning. She and Joy discovered I lie bodies. Rheinschmidt told them that he was trying to find! out what happened and then drove; PF.XSACOLLA. Fla. 'UP! --The away in the Morns car. lie was 'Hound Dog air-to-ground up at Oxford, about Rn completed its first self sruided n-.iles eavt of the farm, by .Mar- flight Friday night, the Air Force quette County authorities and announced. brought hark here. i The Ions ranyo Garold said his parents are di- missile was launchod from a R ,V2 vorced with father living in Strat The wag Milwaukee and his mother in guided to i'.i target hy a Rrownsvilie. Texas. He declined to rained inertia! auto-navigatfor tys- their names. tern, 'Air Force Fires Hound Dog Missile iNEWSPA'FERr lEWSPAPERl   

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