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   Rhinelander Daily News and The News North, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1960, Rhinelander, Wisconsin                                f and THE NEW NORTH FORTVTMIBD g2 FRtDAV JUNE IWfl 10 PAGES TODAY PftfCE SEVEN CENTS GOVERNOR When Gaylord Nelson arrived at the RhineanderOneida County Airport to address the summer school here this week he was greeted by a large welcoming committee of city and county Left to right are William president of the Chamber of Commerce Mayor Edwin Wlttock Nelson Harry Talbot town of a member of the county highway committee Al general chairman of the conference Charles Tilton chairman of the county highway committee Ervin chairman of the Oneida County Board Gunar county highway a nd Earl third member of the county highway Daily News Photo Herter Accuses Khrushchev of Interfering in Internal Affairs New York Pledges Convention Votes to Kennedy AP John Kennedy of Massachu setts had promises today of at least 91M convention votes from New York state in his fastmov ing drive to win the Democratic nomination for Two state party leaders pre dicted he would have many more by convention Kennedys stand on a new liberalism won him a vir V tual pledge of support from New Yorjk states Liberal APL par which conceivably the balance of power in a close state Raises Total to Pledges at a meeting of the New York delegation Thursday raised Kennedys unofficial total to 484 He will need at least 761 to win the Senate Majority Leader Lyndon WASHINGTON of State Christian Herter ac cused Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev today of interfering in this countrys Internal affairs by his talk about President Eisen howers successor in the White Khrushchev has several times attacked the Republican frontrun Vice President Richard and has expressed hope he would find it possible to negotiate with the next Herter told a news conference that Khrushchevs remarks come about as close to interference in the intprnal affairs of another country as Herter can conceive At the same he refused to be drawn into a discussion of whether the election of a Republi can or Democrat as the next Pres ident would any difference in future Remedy Khrushchevs latest comment on the political scene came last Tuesday when he told a Ro manian Communist party meeting he was interested in the election a new president who would remedy the mistakes made by the present government of the United On other Herter told questioning reporters The United States government has every confidence that in spite Breidsler Steps Down as Guard Commander CAMP MCCOY AP Waldemar Breidster dra matically stepped down today as commanding general of Wiscon sins 32nd National Guard Divi He told staff officers he was acting now to clear the way for Henbert war time colonel of the divisions famed Buna to command the division with which he start ed Army service as a private 40 years Both generals are 60 and near ing retirement Breid a West Pointer and Acade my football star in the early told his staff that he could serve another year but that he was acting now to enable the as sistant Division Commander to take over the It is in the best interests of the Division and will provide con or Held OMltV J tt T3 Johnson of Texas picked up of violent political disorders and tinuitv Breid 2Vfe votes in the canvass of the New York He now has an unofficial total of In other developments at the meeting Party leaders overrode ob jections from State Chairman Mi chael Prendcrgast with backing from of fered Herbert former New York senator and the delegate seat they earlier had denied him because of his activi ties in an insurgent Trendergast Prendergast promptly insist ed that he the delegate to re sign so Lehman could be Asked whether he thought Leh man would accept the Pren dergast retorted I dont give a damn what he vacationing in Atlantic said he had not re cowed any official word from Prendergast and I cannot com ment on it until I Tammany Leader Carmine DeSapio was reelected national commiUeeman by more than 100 with two insurgents the only delegates voting against Mayor Wagner of New York City was selected as chairman of the for mer Averell Harriman was named honorary chairman and caucus Weather Zone Forecast Mostly rath er windy and cool this Fair and cool Saturday fair and Lows tonight 41 High Saturday in the Weather Thurs days temperature range was from a low ol 54 to a high of 65 de with the 5 reading be ing 57 overnight the lowest mark was and at 7 today it was There was of an inch of rain for the 34 tours ending at 5 but during the nigbt nearly 90 inch of raw feU 4ft Tem perature trom a low of 58 to a of 1 degrees precipita Qj ajj the impending fall of the Kishi government Japan will continue to align itself with the Herter has no intention what ever of remaining as secretary of state beyond the end of the Ei senhower He made that statement when asked whether he would be will ing to stay on as secretary if Nix on is elected as Eisenhowers suc Herter is 65 and suffers with a form of The United States intends to present new evidence against the Castro government of Cuba to the InterAmerican Peace Herter indicated this action would be taken in August after the Unit ed under a rotation sys loses the chairmanship of the fivenation Other of ficials report the evidence will be designed to show that Premier Fi del Castro has been trying to stir up strife in the Caribbean alliances with other free world nations notably See Page 3 ster He indicated that an official an nouncement of the action would be made about July He made his statement in what he called a few personal remarks at the end of a critique on the divi sions annual summer encamp who in private life is su perintendent of mails at joined the Wisconsin National Guard company at Oshkosh at the age of He spent his entire mili tary career with the and commanded the 127th Infantry during some of its bloodiest South Pacific a Milwaukee manu facturers joined the Wisconsin National Guard in 1927 as a lieutenant in the Field He went to the South Pacific as a battalion and later served as liasion offi cer with the Chinese Army in In emerging as chief of staff of the Northern Combat He assumed command of the 32nd State Democrats Open Convention in Milwaukee Today MILWAUKEE Dem ocratic Party of its newlygained statehouse control riding on the opens a crucial election year convention A party platform and the cam paign strategy needed to defend political ground gained in 1958 are prime aims of the threeday meet Most party leaders believe one issue that might have split the solid ranks necessary to contin ued control of Wisconsin has been It involves the partys stand on a state sales Despite Gaylord Nelsons many appeals a waitand see attitude on pending recommendations from a citizens the convention is ex pected to make an antisales tax plank part of the 1960 Praise Nelsons The plank Is expected to in clude praise for Nelsons approach to the tax addition al commendation calculated to keep the chief executive from standing alone on a political Some delegates have cre dentials for the but party official said no more than at the most are expected to Not on the convention but sharing interest with the ma jor is a meeting Sun day of Wisconsin delegates pledged to Hubert Hum phrey DMinn for the Democrat ic nomination for Split Convention The 21 Humphrey delegates who will split convention votes have Invited all major Democrat ic candidates to talk to them Sun Humphrey has withdrawn from the race but some of the dele gates are not sure of their pro cedure and whether they can vote for another candidate until re leased by Six of the Humphrey delegates announced Thursday they would vote for John the frontrunning candidate for the Democratic nomination as soon as they could do Kennedy has 20Vfe Wisconsin delegate votes pledged to Carl Lauri of Superior said all five delegates elected in the 10th district would vote for Kennedy at the earliest ballot on which we may do so in conform ity with the provisions of our elec tion laws and Humphreys This could be the first ballot if Humphrey isnt nomi Laurl In addition Edna Bowen of a 3rd District Humphrey said she too would switch to Ken This would give Kennedy three votes because each delegate has onehalf The convention will elect a na tional committeowoman and com Both offices are contested and lively fights may Herman Jessen of who is finishing his first fouryear is opposed by David Rabi the party Vel Phillips of who has served two years of an unexpircd term of a has Eleanora Wick Walworth as an Rocket Launched To Study Stars WASHINGTON rocket was fired 131 miles above the At lantic today in a study of the The AerobeeHi carry ing seven was launched at by the Goddard Space Flight Center from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration station at Wallops It was designed to measure the brightness of the stars in the ultraviolet Information was sent back to the earth by tele Castro Threatens to Take All Business Interests in Cuba If Sugar Quota Is Cut Prime Minister Ikes Call to Nixon May Reflect GOP Concern over Foreign Policy Attacks Editors Note Marvin Ar a veteran Associated Press White House correspon dent who accompanied the President on his tour of the Far reports on develop ments since the President ar rived in Hawaii for a HONOLULU President gisenhowers conference with Vice President Richard Nixon telephone may well reflect Re publican concern over Democrat attack on administration for eign policy this election vacationing in Ha waii after his controversial Far Eastern talked Thursday to ixoa ift Eisenhower and Nixon discussed the including the ring cancellation of the threeday visit the President to make to Eisenhower has blamed blowup of the visit on Communistinspired rioting About The President also talked over with Nixon the televisionradio re port which Eisenhower will make to the American people Monday night on his Far Eastern jour The President will speak from and his 30min ute starting at Eastern Standard will be carried live by most of ths net Others are scheduling de layed broadcasts later in the eve After reporting the Eisenhower Nixon telephone White House Press Secretary James Hagerty was asked whether the President bad any comment on criticism by Democrats of Eisen howers Hagerty Not Hagerty re But he is somewhat puz zled and somewhat amused by the fact that some of these same gen tlemen were saying eight days ago that it would be a catastro phe if he didnt visit There is small how State Tax Groups Schedule Meetings MADISON AP Subcommit tees preparing reports for the group studying an overhaul of Wisconsins tax system have stated meetings in Madison next The tax burden subcommit tee will meet June the tax sharing subcommittee July Highway Officials Complete Summer Road Schooj Here County highway officials today wound up their threeday sum road school at Rhinelander and began heading back to their homes throughout the Leaders of the event termed it a highly successful and enjoyable Registrations totaled a record high for the summer gathering of the Wisconsin County Highway Commissioners and the Wisconsin County H i g h wi a y Committee Members The two organizations hold their main business meetings each win ter at Officers of the groups are elected at that time The threeday session here in eluded speeches by Gaylord Nelson Harvey chairman of the State Highway Commission Thomas justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court vice chairman of the State Highway and Vere secretary of the State Highway Eminent Domain At the final meeting in the Me morial Building this m o r n i n Rolfe chief of ap praising for the State Highway led jj discussion oi the new eminent domain law and its impact on the acquisition of right of way for highway construc Oneida county highwaymen were hosts for the road Regis tered were 347 men and 141 wom In when Rhinelander also was the site of the the registration total was but this included 90 machinery and equip ment sales representatives who set up There were no major displays of highway pro ducts this The biggest delegation at the 1960 summer road school came from Dane which was rep resented by 23 men from Madi A total of 16 men attended from Local According to the Chamber of which handled the reg 10 Rhinelander persons were They were Max Roy Adolph K u s h m a Earl Bert Fred George Gerbig and Ber nard Others from Oneida county included Charles Tilton of Minocqua and Harry Tal bot of with comprise the Oneida county high way A total of 124 women were trans ported to Minocqua Thursday for boat lunch and a perform ance by the MinAquaBats water ski Cooperating with county high way officials in planning and ar ranging the road school were the Chamber of Commerce and local A1 Taylor was general chairman of the The 1961 summer highway con vention site will be determined later by offkers of the two as Driscoll Cleared of Felony Charge LOS ANGELES Exchild movie actor Bobby Driscoll has been cleared of felony assault he faces in Malibu court June 30 a hearing on an Attempt to Kill President of Venezuela Fails Venezuela AP President Rormilo Betancourt escaped a bomb attack on his life only slight burns Interior Minister Luis Augusto Dubuc blamed the attack on fol lowers of deposed dictator Marcos Perez Jimenez and foreign ene mies of the dictatorship of the Dominican Dubuc said two military aides of Betancourt as well as Defense Minister Jose Lopez Henrique and his wife were seriously In He did not pre vious reports that two aides of the president had The bombing took place during an army day Unidentified Apparently an man hurled a high explosive bomb to ward the Presidents elected President In 1958 after overthrow of the Perez Jimlnez rose from a sickbed to attend todays cere The bombing occurred in the broad Avenida de los Proccres In the outskirts of The army sent armored cars and soldiers immediately to the presidential palace and sealed il apparently to guard against any attempt by rebels to seize stations began broadcast ing continuous bulletins on dent Betancourts Bxiled 10 veteran politi clan and is the first freely elected president in Vene zuela for a He came back from 10 years of exile after the fall of dictator Marcos Perez Ji He celebrated his first year in office on The first year was a year of ups and riots and rightist plots for his threeparty coalition His own Accion Democratica party and the Re publican Democratic Union have critical left Friendly relations with the Unit ed States are a keystone of his foreign Although he has tried to encourage foreign invest his government has an nounced that no more oil conces sions are to be granted to foreign Heifetz Asks In Injury Suit SANTA Violinist Jascha Htifetz asks 000 from Nate Als Deli where ha says he fell last breaking a Heifetz filed here Thurs charged that he slipped on a wet floor in the Beverly Hills suffering injuries he said landicapped his professional ca The suit asks a half million do ars for what were termed per manent Another for alleged limitations in his pro essional and an additional for medical and other ex Tobacco Tycoons Son Weds Airline Clerk Dillard one of the six sons of tobacco tycoon Rey and Clifford Ellen McCor rhlck are honeymooning on Sape lo Island off the Georgia The 22yearold bride was a a week clerk in young Reynolds recently established airlines of fices In It was disclosed Thursday that the couple was married June 15 at The bride and groom arc at the elder Reynolds mansion on the island and plan to soil to the Ba hama Islands on his It is the first marriage for Jap Leflwingers Begin New Series Ot Demonstrations TOKYO AP Japanese left wingers today began a new se ries of demonstrations in an ef fort to whip up enough public sentiment to force nullification of Issues Warning In Radio Speech HAVANA AP Fidel Castro has threatened to confiscate all business interests in Cuba if the United States cuts the quota of Cuban sugar on which it pays the Island nation a bonus of 150 million dollars a The Cuban Prime Minister termed a proposal before Con gress to give the President standby authority to cut the quota economic aggression and a knife in the His 100minute speech Thursday night was broadcast over a nationwide radio 1We will not remain impas he We will know how to meet economic Speaks of Speaking of the huge busi ness interests in Castro said In the same manner that they are there it may be in the future that they are not American Investments in Cuba before Castro came to power totaled about a billion but The Yen of Yang7 Beatniks Tenancy in Store Window Is Short Lived that either Eisenhower or assault and battery misdemeanor Nixon is truly amused by the fresh flurry of attacks by some key Democrats on administration foreign policy generally and the Japanese visit collapse particular Among Democrats firing criti cism have been Lyndon Johnson of regarded as a contender for his partys presi dential nomination Page 3 writ obtained by Laurie Mau Mauro claims struck him with a Sheriffs deputies say the fracas occurred when Mauro and a friend heckled who was washing a girl friends car in nearby Topanga Felony charges were dropped Thursday when the district at torneys office failed to issue a MILWAUKEE AP Bohe mian a selfpro ilaimed beatnik tried to hole him up Thursday night in his The Yen of the His Yen was the window of a Milwaukee store that he had His tenancy how was short Today he is in police custody in Milwaukee County General hos nursing cuts on his hands and arms and facing a charge of disorderly This is the story related by Mil waukee police Robert Bohemian Bob rented the store and put up window card solicit ing business as an author and a also painted in one window huge signs in red tetters reading Help Beatniok Even a square knows that it should be On the left window he painted The Yen Ol and on toe right window The he w the security pact the revolutionary regime has taken over about a third of chiefly sugar and cattle Properties still in American hands include the 300milliondoUar Cu ban Electric the 115million dollar Cuban Telephone sugar oil re fineries and various commercial Most businesses still in Ameri can hands have been curtailed by Castros American im ports of half a dollars a year have been cut in The electric companys rates have been cut a Wont Release The government has refused to release more than 50 million dol lars In foreign exchange to pay and British oil companies for Venezuelan oil they refined and sold to the Cuban interventors have been put In other American businesses with authority to overrule the American managers at any particularly those working for sugar or cattle com have been arrested ar bitrarily and harassed The United States is still buying about million tons of sugar a year from more than half the Cuban and is paying a premium of 2 cents above ihe world market Much of the rest of the Cuban crop is sold at a world price of about 3 cents a or a cent less than the cost of Divorce Threatens View SAN vorce threatens the stability of all society as well as the a Roman Catholic cardinal said Thursday Divorce laws are the enemy of he socialized and economic James Cardinal Francis Mclntyre told delegates to the Na tional Catholic Family I4fe No government has the right to break the bonds of a contract of divine he Cardinal Mclntyre of Los An geles criticized the United States legal system for what he called its overreadiness to seek civil redress in times of wrecking what might otherwise be Those who seek to patch up marriages in the divorce court seek the he Polio Cases Show Sharp Increase WASHINGTON APA sharp increase in the number of polio cases was reported last the Public Health Service said Thirtyseven 30 of them were reported for the week ended June Nineteen 13 ol them were reported during the week ended June The 30 paralytic how are considerably below the 61 for tite comparaate week in 1958 but above tbs week The first demonstration was a peoples funeral for Michiko the 22yearold Tokyo Un Iverslty coed killed in the studen assault on the Parliament build ing June It was the third leftist memorial service held over the girls Only Show Sponsors of todays funeral had predicted would turn but only about showed rallies in factories and shops are with a night demonstration around the Parliament for which are On July 2 Socialists and their allies will try to muster 000 for more snouted demands that a new Parliament be elected at once and voice adoption of a declaration refusing to recognize the security treaty which went in to force Claim Majority The Socialists concede that in an election Premier Nobusuke Kishis LiberalDemocratic party would again win a But they claim the majority would be reduced and that this would represent sufficient popular objection to the treaty to justify its Moments after the treaty took effect Kishl announced his intention to resign but set no Today he was reported to have told a cabinet meeting it would take some time for his par ty to decide on a He reportedly said he could not step aside for a caretaker as Socialists because this would create an administra tive Dodgeville Worn on Guilty of Murder DODGEVILLE AP Dar ene unwed mother of who was accused of smoth ering her newborn infant in was convicted Thursday of second degree Sentence will be imposed next and posed as The scowling at the several hundred persons who were attracted by the The crowd finally drew police who asked Schweda to come Instead he naUed shut both front and rear entrances and again took up a pose in the win dow as The Deputy Hans Krems reiter decided that Schweda was causing a disturbance and creat ing a Police were or dered to break in the Officers started to break in the rear Schweda retaliated by throwing a hammer through one of the plate glass He was then subdued and hand cuffed but not before he had grabbed the edge of lite broken He was pulled out by about six Then he sat on the sidewalk and sang America as awaited the patrol wagon to take turn to the hospital lor treatment of bis   

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