Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, December 11, 1959

Oshkosh Daily Northwestern

December 11, 1959

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Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - December 11, 1959, Oshkosh, Wisconsin RAIN OR DRIZZLE Cloudy, occasional rain or drizzle tonight and Saturday. Low tonight 30 to 35. Details on Page .2. Oshkosh Daily Northwestern Associated Press and United Press Ninety-Second Year Oshkosh, Wis., Friday Evening, December 11, 1959 22 Pages Price Six Cents Assembly-Passed Tax Bills Face Defeat in State Senate Guards Rule At Meat Plant Jeering Crowd Dispersed at Wilson Firm After Martial Law Is Declared ALBERT LEA, Minn. j National bayonets Guardsmen dispersed with fixed a jeering PRESIDENT ADDRESSES President Eisenhower glances at his speech during address before India's Parliament in New Delhi Thursday in which he said the United States has strong forces ready to help its friends. Behind Ike, from left, Premier INDIAN PARLIAMENT Jdwoharlal Nehru, Vice President Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan and lower house speaker An- antasyanam Ayyengar. (AP Wirephoto via radio from Rome) Wage War on Hunger, Ike Appeals to Nations crowd of several hundred persons at the strike-torn Wilson Packing Co. plant today to back up Gov. OrviUe Freeman's declaration of martial law in Freeborn County. The crowd was apparently hoot- ing not at the soldiers but at non- union production workers whom ant packing plant were touched off Wednesday night when a thou- Neenah Man Dies Following Street Mishap Hike oh Cigarettes, Tobacco Eliminated MADISON Democratic-controlled Wiscon- sin Assembly has approved two alternate tax plans iproposed by Gov. Gaylorcl Nelson to balance the budget for NEENAH Charles Lansing. 71, 1960-61 but they appear doomed in the Republican-con- ot 231 East Wisconsin Avenue. Nee-i trolled Senate. nah, died Thursday night at Theda Before aDDrOvillg the two authorities condemning land to ob- Hbills Thursday the .liter he had been involved in an: single property involved ni vveunebuav nigiii wnen a inou- A and massed pickets blocked non- Wisconsin Avenue near Stliak mion workers from iMvinp thp the Chicago _and__ North_ i union workers from leaving thej plant, overturned cars and hurled rocks. Three or four persons re- ceived minor injuries. Thursday the non union work- men Wilson has been using ran through a rain of rocks both go- ing to work in the morning and the guardsmen turned away from going home at night. the Wilson gates as they reported] Mayor Niles Shoff of Albert Lea County Atty. 0. Russell 01- then appealed to the gover- for work this morning. jand The guard, moving swiftly Baiiroad tracks. The accident was airoa racs. e c taxeg reported to Neenah police at out provisions that ect increase' cigarette and Allow county board? to author- Thg Assem.'ize circuit judges to appoint as- Mr Lansing died at u-57 p.m. blymen Chief Irving Stilp. of Neenah, cut out a refused, however, ers to fran- ize circuit judges si.stant family court commission- police department, safd the acci- hise tax Qn banks and sav- clent had been reported to the mo- mg and loan associations tor vehicle department as a pe- destrian fatality but added that his from the measures. office would thoroughly investigate; Qne of tlle bjns provides a the circumstances of Lansing's death. vhile Crossing street withholding system of collecting elim 2in" President Speaks at Opening Of New Delhi World Ag Fair Pavilion NEW DELHI (AP) President Eisenhower today1 called upon all nations to wage together a "genuinely noble war" against hunger and famine, the scourges of India1 and much of this part of the world. Ban Chickens Fattened With Cancer Agent l supervisory and clerical workers. The production workers, hired by- Wilson to replace striking union workmen, showed up in numbers got out today apparently before they word the troops were called and the plant shut down. Arrive Before Daybreak Sept. l. Wilson broke off negotia- tions Oct. 29 when union workers refused to work a nine-hour day. Two weeks ago Wilson warned union employes they would be re- placed if they did not return to work. On Nov. 30 Wilson began ing east On Wisconsin. lOlU puace RnniiMiran Ipndprs U1 she did not see the man until her !f Tuesday's escape of 20 men trom The President, making three speeches in the course of a busy day, continued to be the center of almost wor- shipful masses of people. "Men right now possess knowl- edge and resources for a success- ful worldwide war against hunger sort of war that dignifies and exalts human he declared in opening the dramatic American' pavilion at New Delhi's World Agricultural. Fair. Asks Expansion of Law In two earlier speeches he: 1. Called for an expansion of the universal recognition of world law as a sound basis of peace. 2. Declared summit conferences of the big powers have less endur- ing influence for peace than ex- changes of students and people- the most effective instrument for a better life among all he said. Eisenhower told the Indians that he, himself, plans to be a farmer Turn to IKE on Page 2 Seek Recess Of Legislature Until May 1 MADISON resolution railing for recess of the Wisconsin __ Legislature until May 3, 1960, was the" white "or dark meat A detachment of 80 guardsmen Production with non-union help. 1 arrived at the plant on the edge 'of this southern Minnesota city of j shortly before daybreak. WASHINGTON gov-; They formed two groups on ei- ernment, using a don't-get-excitedither side of the main plant en- approach, has announced a ban on sales of poultry fattened with a hormone which can cause can- cer. The hormone is called diethyl- stilbestrol, or stilbestrol, Ibs use in fattening poultry is trance. Col. Paul V. Meyer of Mankato read an order which said no more than three persons could gather in any group in the immediate packing plant area, and no more than 50 in downtown Albert Lea being discontinued and birds across the highway frorn the ready grown with its use are be- plant itself. Jury Rules Hunt Mishap Was Accident SOMBRA, Ont. Retired General Motors President Harlow ing voluntarily taken off the mar- ket, it was announced. feut with last month's cranberry- scare still echoing, officials gave these added assurances to house- _ I L. I i wives about stilbestrol- treated! DOOKietS AVQIlODie H. Curtice said has been lifted when a coroner's jury ruled a duck hunting accident that "a great weight from my mind" a car driven by Mrs. Clifford Wilke. 22. 400 Naymut Street, Me- Ringleader Of Prison Escape Is Apprehended nasha. Mrs. Wilke, who was travel- one per cent in each bracket. MARTINSVILLE Await Recommendations i Charles W ing east on Wisconsin, told police doQmed in the re __ __ described Va. (Yank) Stewart. 52, as the ringleader of car was close to him. iwant to wait until a special taxjNorth Carolina recom- s Ivy Bluff Prison rved tnei------ com ee neie cany ic Lansing but a high speed chase that She said she quickly swerved the caPtured here early today car away from lieves the right front fender struck him Mr. Wilke. a passenger in- the car driven by his wife, said Lan-1 frpm poljce re- officer., the state tax structure. ;sulted The cigarette tax ision cut i out would have raised the The" Wilmington, N.C. convict 5 to 6 cents a pack. The 15 was nabbed when the car hg sing appeared to lean back into the car as it passed him and knocked him to the ground. He was taken to Theda Clark Hospital in the Nee- nah ambulance. The police were summoned im- Turn to FATAL on Page 2 products, also dropped, was identical to a measure defeated in the spring! session. The Assembly took! Two days of violence at the gi- the life of retired GM Vice Presi- dent Harry W. Anderson was api accident. Coroner E. S. Clvsdale read the U.S. Income Tax Foy D. Kohler To Succeed poultry: If you WASHINGTON (UPD Presi- dent Eisenhower today appointed verdict of the five-man D. Kohler to succeed Living- JThursday afternoon after two days ston T. Merchant as assistant nf tesHmonv from witnesses. hunt- have a chicken in the WASHINGTON (UPD The refrigerator, feel safe to use it if i government reminded taxpayers the skin, liver and kidneys are [today that it prints four booklets discarded. No residue of the syn- to help people figure out how thetic hormone has been found in'much they owe in income taxes. of testimony from witnesses, hunt- ing and safety experts. The shooting occurred on St. Anne Island, an exclusive hunting preserve on the Canadian side of Lake St. Clair. Anderson was prepared for introduction in the to-people -ontacts. A surging, colorful crowd of Senate todaJ'- 000 Indians jammed the enclosed! Sen. Kirby Hendee (R-Milwati- The publication is "Your Fed- Secretary of Welfare Arthur S. eral Income Tax." a 144-page Flemming told a news conference booklet for non-farm individuals of state for European 51, entered the diplo- matic service in 1931 and has served in a number of foreign posts. He has been deputy assist- secretary affairs. Kohler, killed Nov. 18 when he secretary for European afairs into Curtice's line of fire. I since 1958. highway budget also bill, passed calling the for expenditures of 180 million dollars in 1960-61. Deleted from the highway budg- et was a provision asked by Gov. Nelson to add 120 men to the State Traffic Patrol ever a three year period and use the men on the new interstate road system. The patrol now has 250 men. Boost Weight Ceiling Abo passed was a bill that would increase weight ceiling for trucks from 68.000 to pounds. An amendment to this bill, offered by Assemblyman Wil- liam Ward (D-New Richmond) to raise truck registration fees, was rejected, 57-35. Other bills passed in a five-hour driving failed to make a curve at the north end of the Smith River bridge and Hipped about 30 feet to the edge of the river. Six Still at Large Stewart's arrest left at large only six of the escapees. Two of them believed to have been with Stewart as late as Thursday are being sought in the Lynchburg- Roanoke, Va. area. Before Stewart was caught, eight others had been taken into custody in Virginia, four in Ohio and one near the prison shortly after the mass break. None of- fered any resistance. Yank Stewart was identified positively by State Police Sgt J. H. Barnes after first giving the name of Woodrow Stewart. One of the escapees still at large is Wood- row Stewart, 38, of Boone, N.C. Officer Checks Car He was driving south U.S. Thursday of the voluntary pro- and families. The publication and would have been 68 on Christmas I the key post of undersecretary of Curtice, 66, and Anderson, who Merchant has been promoted toisession before the Assembly re-j220 at the northern edge of Mar- field at the fair to hear the drafted the resolution which gram. jcne called "Tax Guide For Small'Day. were'hunting at the preserve, state for political affair dent term India a mighty influ- is expected to be supported by the! He said authorized manufactur-JBusiness" are available from lo-Jor the eighth consecutive year i place Robert Murphy, w! ence for world peace and pledge Republican-controlled Senate. Its ers Of stilbestrol for use in offices of the Internal the tragedy occurred. nue Service for 40 cents a copy. affairs to re- who is re- American help toward solving this nation's critical food shortages. Crowds numbering hundreds of thousands lined the route to the fair grounds, cheering Eisenhow- er as he passed by with Indian President Rajendra Prasad in an open horse-drawn coach under a red and gold umbrella. Praised by Nehru As the ceremonies ended, the fate in the Assembly, controlled by Democrats, however, is uncer- tain. The resolution calls for recess until next spring and urges a spe- cial tax committee appointed by Gov. Gaylord Nelson to complete its work by that time. Business in the May session have agreed to suspend its sale immediately. The poultry and re- tail food industries have been asked to arrange for an immedi- ate halt to the sale of stilbestrol- treated birds. Flemming said he had talked with retail food and poultry rep- resentatives and was confident they would suspend such sales. The hormone has been used in only about 1 per cent of the poul- playmg on the stand gave a bril- and revenue bills grown in the United liant slow to Indian dancers in by the committee. 'mostly in birds sold in the ornate costumes pei forming be- if the committee is not prepared York City and Los Angeles mar- fore the President. to offer jts recommendations Eisenhower praised by [ong.range taxation by May 3. thei Flemming said stilbestrol in- Prime Minister as a calls for enactment byjduces cancer in test animals man and a greal president. of necessary tax when it is fed to them over com-' would be limited to action on the budget bill, executive ap- was sinking and colored lightsipointments, correctional measures tiring. cessed until next Tuesday would: Require county judges to be years of age. redevelopment lawyers under 70 Permit urban "Vou have found yourself in thejmeasure5 to the budget. hearts of my Nehru clared. Eisenhower said India and thej United States are working togeth- er to solve India's food problem. "Whatever strengthens India1 strengthens us. a sister republic dedicated to peace." he said. Cites Exhibit Theme Eisenhower cited the theme of the American exhibit at the 14-nation fair food, family. "Farmers' Tax Guide" and "Tax Guide for U.S. Citizens Abroad" may be obtained with- out charge. UNMASKED COLUMBIA, S C. (UPD A little girl whose fam- ily moved here recently from the Xew York area had this question alter paying a viMt to a local department store Santa Claus: "If he comes from so far north, how come he's got such a southern ac- Second Plane Will Repose in Museum tinsville when Martinsville officer to check bore city- Koy Emerson decided on the car because it tags from Roanoke, where a car had been reported stolen. When he ordered the car to stop, Emerson said the vehicle roared away. Emerson pursued the car through Martinsville and was joined by state and Henry County police. Stewart jumped .from the car after it crashed through the bridge and ran. He was captured by State Trooper J. E. Peverall and Henry County officer L. D. Witt. Barnes .said Stewart was armed with a In paratively long periods of time.' State Man Dies Minneapolis Crash MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Philip Spending for Christmas Reported Best in Years The .second of S. ,T man run in HU5. Thompson luu midgets have raced Wittman's planes began its last Trophv competition the local more than "Bonto journey to aerial immortality plane came in -econd. third and The plane which left yesterday :f> caliber revolver. Thursday. litth. Another race in its last trip minus its en- "Bonzo" built by the Oshkosh Calif was less successful Witt-.Rine which was borrowed during man. manager of the Winnebago man recalls a> he ran into cool-1World War II by propeller man- County Airport and a nationally ing with his engine andmlacturers to test their products known figure in the field of light was unable to the race. .for overload specifications. After a plane racing was moved by The first Wittman plane to considerable run at high speeds on trailer to Hales Corners, fame was test stand, the motor blew up where it will be displayed in a new midget racer which is almost the'Once on display in the new mu- Nelsesfuen. 21, of Wisconsin, was aircraft museum in that city. twin of the "Bonzo" midget which seum, however, the front cowling killed early today when a car The museum, which is still in its Steve .still races. The craft, which i will aid in covering up this a railroad viaduct near the formative stages, will consist of finds its home in the Smith-jficiency. ,Minneapolis loop. Papers on his collection of aircraft from the civil sonian Institution. Washington.1 The EAA magazine, organ of indicated his home was and light aircraft era of aviation'D.C., was built by Wittman in which is sponsoring the newie'ther m Hudson or Baraboo. in the United States, according to and rebuilt in 1947. The Bonzo museum, has had several articles Wls- Paul Poberezny, Hales Corners, midget was conceived from the on Wittman planes, most recently Raymond J. Desnoyer, 23, St. president of the Experimental Air- local man's designing genius inion his two latest designs, the craft Association which is spon- 1947 Stove emphasized that the'new "Tailwinds." J. Minn., was 'jured. critically in- friendship and freedom. "Into these four words are com- pressed the daily needs, high pur- poses, deep feelings and ageless aspirations that unite Indians and Americans under the banner of human the President de- clared. Eisenhower pledged that Ameri- ca will continue cooperating with India to achieve a world free ol hunger in which families can live full, prosperous lives and in which friendship replaces fear and sus- picion. "We see in modern agriculture NEW YORK Shoppers are snapping up high- more money to spend and they're. priced luxury items. Two Appointments Okayed by Senate spending it for Christmas. That's the report today from al- most every section of the country as merchants ring up sales which they expect will be the biggest for any Yule season in history. An Associated Press survey of 24 major cities produced predic- tions of gains ranging from 2 to 15 per cent over record 1958. "It's going to be a crackerjack ot a Christmas, was the report from San Francisco. "Department store sales are really rolling" Cleveland reports. "This will be our biggest says Raleigh, N.C., merchants. "Exceptionally report New York's biggest stores. Merchants say the steel strike has had little effect generally on Christmas buying Store owners attribute the aval- MADISON Wiscon- Senafe Thursday gave unanimous approval to the appointments ofjatlche of buying to these factors: Paul Olson of Madi.son and Johnjpgopig earned more and saved, Lvnch of Gordon to the Wisconsin j W0re in 1959: prices are im- Conservation Commission i changed to only slightly higher They were named by Gov. a year ago, credit is easier. lord Nelson last month fo succeed Credit cards spurred buying in Leonard Seyberth of Ban ClaireiLos Angeles. "At least woman ami Dr. A, W. Schorger of Madi-lof the house thinks has more official. "The big price tag doesn't scare them anymore. They are more concerned with fashion and qual- says a St. Louis merchant. Miami. Fla.. reported a strong demand for furs and sweaters. An Indianapolis store had to re- order suede jackets. In a North Carolina city. electric can openers are going good. Mar- shall Field Co. of Chicago ex- pects to sell several as- semble-it-yourself summer houses styled like a pagoda temple. High-priced stereo and hi-fi sets soring the museum. Poberezny. a 'are in general demand .captain in the Wisconsin Air Na- HELP mm T Shoppers are showing a practi-ltional Guard, who has long been ca! side, too. "If you have a in such a project as bargain and they realize it, they1 the new air museum, took the grab the stuff like sayslplane to its new destination. Once a women's apparel shop owner in there, the Milwaukee man said, Kansas City. I "Bonzo" will be put in a ware- The hot item in toys thus yearjhouse for the time being with oth- is a 36-inch doll that can be'er equipment which has been do- dressed in a 3-year-old girl's I nated to the institution until final clothes. For boys the big attrac- tions are space age toys such as missile sets and scientific labora- tory kits. Fads haven't been as strong as in some years. But highly colored and decorated spats for girls are brisk in Detroit; red vests and gold shifts are sharp in Chicago. Two cities ran into strikes which crimped shopping activity to some extent. In Portland, Ore., a strike against two newspapers caused them to publish combined issues arrangements for its display can be made. The plane which left Oshkosh yesterday was built by Wittman in 1934. Its most famous races were the Thompson Trophy Races in Cleveland, the first of which Witt- Confederate Vet's Condition Critical HOUSTON. Tex. condition of Civfl vValter Williams was termed criti (AP) The War veteran with limited Merch- ants reported advertised Thursday by his doctor, sold well but tha' others did not. It was the first time the A bus-trolley strike tied up most year-old veteran's condition of Pittsburgh's mass transit, been called critical. Downtown department stores of-; Williams has been under an oxy- fered shopping service by tent since Sunday when he and mail and expected their ill of pneumonia for the, ban branches to ap losses fourth time since June. BONZO BEGINS LAST TRIP S. J. "Steve" Wittman stands beside the plane sored by the Experimental Aircraft Association he designed and built and which began its and will feature planes from the civil and light journey Thursday to a new aircraft museum aircraft era in the United States. in Hales Corners, Wis. The institution is spon- western photo) ;