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   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 14, 1958, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                                ACOKS Rairids Dafly Tgbune TRUC T I V E fcQj K E W 9 P A P Forty Fifth Wisconsin Kapids, Wis., Saturday, Jofte Single Copy Seres Cemia Democrats Show Plenty of Zip as Convention Opens By ARTHUR BYSTROM LA CROSSE business in Washington, and Madison cut deep info the ranks of notables present': Friday night for the opening of the annual convention of. Wisconsin Democrats who got their three-day gathering! off to a rousing start About 800 delegates heard a bristling keynote speech I by Rep. Eugene McCarthy who blasted the domestic and! foreign policies of the national Republican administration. They were treated to a turbulent' demonstration that included in the line of inarch a band and host of. pQUF ChllCl girls carrying banners plugging Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D-Minn) PoricKi in FirA as a candidate for president ia, m rire 1950- PHILADELPHIA (AP) Four They also read the burned to death early to-' tirns of the platform committee day as fire swept their West Phil- which raised party banners in adelphia home preparation for a .headon clash Five others -m household es- whh Wisconsin Republicans through windows over control all state offices and ooth a roof The cracknng houses of the Legislature. beat back effofls of a Opposition to Sales Tax. ;de mother to fa sales tax and any pnmde for so-called Watson. 43. legislation. .children 01 Mrs. Wisconsin Republicans, at their iiel Ffher. 3: convention in "Milwaukee 1 as ksohayne Fisher, 6 months, month, adopted a resolution urg-j3-1 Negroes. ing the Legislature to call for a investigators said the firet referendum on the right -to work- apparently had started ia living: as. Legislature Adjourns After Voting Special Measures Soviet Agrees to ;To Crib Springs i BALTIMORE young boy cousins, one three and the other two, were found tied to the ,springs of their cribs Friday in a locked, stuffy apartment. MOSCOW Soviet Union has agreed to begin Two policemen found the young-' exploratory scientific talks in Geneva July 1 on wavs to po-'sters- Ued to springs f 'ol their mattressless cribs. lice any worldwide ban of nuclear explosions. Boln were ooUce' U C16C11 D Q H I QIKS ;'r sy ROGER SIADISON UP) Wiscon- sin's legislators, meeting in their first special session in 10 years, adjourned Friday The Russian agreement came Friday in answer to pro- said, and had rashes over large t ,1 after completing action on a loosals made Tuesday by President Eisenhower. Eisenhower's message of their boc.es. mausmai production took (avoided a flat US. commitment to stop tesiing atomic and Imogen mfer uPswmS Ia5t month for u u TO i T. j .u ____________-J" the youngest child. Mrs. Jean T. the Tunp last bombs. The West has insisted that.--------------------------------------me .irst time since June last Output by Industry Shows Gain Extend Pay for Jobless By 73 Weeks jobless 13 weeks technical talks on inspection wbo heads University of the 3'ear- and temporarily increasing come first 'California's radiation block. The Federal R e s e r v e maximum weekly beneiits to Russia announced in April Robert F Bacher of the Cali-i She was charged with assault'pnarfi rpnnrHncr she was suspending nuclear tests.foraia Iastitute of the older boy and was held m lniS and challenged the West to follow Dr James Brown Fisk of Bell 000 bail for grand jury action index of output for her lead. The Russians; have Laboratories. Police learned about "the tied the nation's factories, mines Tfaomson s sPecial session sistently rejected tne idea or in-j xhe Union's seven-man itois from a woman police school ancj T-nCo C2U received favorable COn- S42. Items included in Gov. ________ _____________________ __ _ _ i Tnc I ud'es sideration in substantially jciaimed the tests could be stopped .Stmyonov. a Xobel Prize-winning of it from a girl. Vs a.ample chemist, and Evgeni K. The boys will be placed in a from April to May. -ently oT footer u. T This brought the index to iorm he recommended. In ries an oversize briefcase Friday as he leaves the White House at the United Sates and Britain Year rod nf tht- Hav. Thp. nf ___.-__ icar (.ommiuee. ivieiiare aepanmem. end of the day. The chief aide of President Eisenhower, Adams under fire regarding his relationship with Boston industrialist issue in next 'room furniture and burned undis-j Bernard Goldfine. He has acknowledged being a hotel guest of issue in next springs Daiioun0.. This law would make it illegal to covered for some time- require union membership as ai condition of employment. Republican Gov. Vernon Thorn-1 son has called for what he de- scribed as traditional methods of taxation in the state, but there have been increasing demands in' Republican ranks for a sales tax. Keapportionnient Demand Other planks in the Democratic platform would put the party on., record in supMrt of, additional! auditing of Highway Commission! TVASEONGTOlM Sen. Charles Pot-j- funds, and automatic reapponion- ter of Michigan said today Sherman Adams "has lost his" rnent of legislative districts if to administration" unless he can account Legislature tails to act after the, .c_ T. 1960 census. .more fully "for expensive favors from Boston industrialist The convention was scheduled to Bernard Goldfine. i Goldfine but the White House declined to say whether Adams re- ceived a and a S730 coat as gifts. GOP Senator Says'Adams Has Lost His Usefulness iwith France believed coming up) fast j Want Speedy Conclusion The Russian note said the tech-i' nical talks should be concluded in! three or four weeks and plugged! the Soviet position by saying the' Geneva meeting should lead to a j quick suspension of all tests. The West has nsade repeated ap-1 peals to Russia to discuss nuclear! But desPite a ?olitical furor President the platform wfll be put into final [Eisnhowers top aide it seemed likely that no further explanation shape far the fall i would be forthcoming for the time being. National partv officials inciud-! Under Persistent questioning by newsmen, House Press See- ing Sen. Humphrey and Sen Prox-j fetar5r James C. Hagerty Friday refused to go beyond Adams' writ-, mire had been scheduled'ten explanation Thursday to a House subcommittee that earlier pro-j as top speakers for the nppningjduced evidence Goldfine paid some in Boston hotel bills fi session, but they could not leave Adams over a four-year period- Plugging on Labor BjII WASHINGTON- (AP) Weary Washington because o f Senate' business. Wisconsin Democratic' -legislators could not be present be-, IvGQ III fi 6SG cause of a special session of thej Legislature in Madison. However, the delegates did not; If 66 let the absences dampen their splrits as others carried the ball., Humphrey was replaced as key-, I f OI7I r F soter by McCarthy. He followed; s'ate party chairman Patrick Lu-j HOXG KONG (AP) cey of Madison who opened the convention with a spirited address-' on party accomplishments. 8 And Hagerty repeated that Eisen- hower has complete confidence in has no intention of fir-j return to ahead with votes still Corps Display Music, March Talents Sunday The first annual ''Tourna-' Junior American Legion Corps, controls. Last month the 15 Of Champions" will be TBunderbolts. the ?ice president NLxon waged bers of the North Atlantic Treaty-; cnndav tvifh fY HlSh School Corps of Qght the administ Organization invited Russia waukee, the Eau Claire Boy Scout Q. 4-nlt'r- TTtrth 27 per cent of the 1947-49 Edition to jobless benefits, 18 points below the Deluded an amendment level of last August and 20 points to the OQe year residency law under the record high of December, and provisions for establish- 1956. iing urban renewal authorities The board's report was another! empowered to condemn land for indication that Hay was the best slum clearance projects, (business month since the recession' immediately "after the Legisla- began last fall. adjourned at pjn., most Mitchell, Nixon Overruled iof the Democratic lawmakers left Meanwhile Secretary of Labor'for their party's state convention Mitchell confirmed that he had convened at La Crosse administra- a tax cut to join in technical talks and said afternoon parade of drum i Corps, the Maria High Corps of'congress, they would go ahead with bugie corps through the LitUe Cnute! Asked own disarmament studies even if SVausau Corps. {be and Nixon had lost argu. t.- it__ m cjiu lorcm; she refused. C-Nation Talks I city and an evening competition. the day. Governor Raps "Delays' Gov. Thomson at the same timft issued a statement accusing the Democrats of delaying the session It into a third day. Asked at a news conference if Scores of the competing units f0rCUlg a thM day' at Witter Field. jwill be announced and summoned ttelawmak- Eisenhower proposed that scien-" and Board, MitcheU said: CrS' fhw experts from the the state wffl display their Vice President ers, the governor said they could finish their work in two days. States, Britain and France sit in'marching and music-making said PfBdyon sev- mjnf on the talks for "our side" whittles in quest of parade and exhibi-Sgr !ff the patience wlSi S ftg from Russia, Poland and. ;CzechQslovakia_____, Russia agreed to this. troph to te Pesented bythe South Wood Boy Scout Drum and' i Bugle Corps, sponsor of the meet! to be The Russians said they would! The local corps win not compete! Battles Rage Meanwhile. Goldfine was in- to have members of the I because It is the host organiza-j help out "in a tion, but will march in the pa-! rade and at the evening display. The three experts on the U.S. The parade wffl start from thei session Friday, the senators_ beat back two major amendments rence. Nobel Prize-winning physi- moving author Airman Tells Of Wild Flight vclved in two other developments: 1. The New York Herald Tribune' reported Goldfine was under In- vestigation by the Criminal Divi- sion of the Justice Department, which it said has subpoenaed tain books and records of the New, "at lm release A also ,for the Justice Department de-i JS" F i rt jpriests imprisoned in Communist clined to comment on the report.' start 'China jSenator Tells of Gift m. T, T t. -r, ,r 2- Seri- Frederick G. Payne (R- Tbe Rev. Joseph P. fae received 01 the MaryknoII Seminary, Ossin-.coat from Goldfine some time ling. N. Y.. and the Rev. John PJago. He described Goldfine as a Wagner of Pittsburgh, Pa., friend" who Chicago, were released bcs even though If was obvious _. .that thev would vote for all the Insured Unemployment FaHs kflls anywav In another economic develop- Democrats'maintained tfarougn- the session that it was beuTg i delayed by Republicans who, they Re-, j j were unable to agree on how ills oroDpea during the week end- wn battle fae- ing May 31 by 65.300 to the lowest government and r e b e l.level since Jan. 4. It was the sex-enth consecutive deft t deteat Grand across the river to Sth St. S. Turning south then at Sth St., the f line of march will wend to Apple forces- j uie seveain consecutive partv ionz before Thomson St. and then east to Witter Field.' It was by far the worst the department has reported decided to support Led by the massed colors of the in the capital since the rebellion.3 decline and brought the total of American Legion and Catholic War .began in Lebanon 36 days ago. {iEsared unemployment down to iVeterans, the nine units will be At least three big battles xpere'2-827'600- in their march by being fought between security! -Bother decline also was Senate Democratic Leader Lyn-1 afternoon registration, don B. Johnson of Texas caned i j- A. Torresani, director of ac- at said AC faP, 45 r, 1.shanghai> tte b-oadcast said. igifts v.-ith the Goldfines at Christ- DALLAS Donala rney vere freed ..on time. Keeton, picked up here today of after a mysterious flight from f broadcast A__i_ ivtuca. IT tirae rrtia _ _ ILetF City Playground Veterans, the nine units "wfll'be' At least signature is ex- Wisconsin Rapids summer'accompanied in their march bv being fought between secniritv! Another decline also was re- uneniP-oyment com- (pensatioc oiu ni ume to put it into -o T t 'effect June 21. It would extend S42. Under the bfl! as amend- .ed, the Si Increase would be [dropped next April. Thomson had (Proposed droprang the maximum t. iT. J T. i T I Wi fcUUr- r- l_i chance the debate woula run 9 a.m. Monday "ghters were blasting away with' 'back to S40 in April. Ms family had exchanged mstructorsat the playgrounds' machLeguns The measure 4uld provide ben- state drum and bagle four new amendments mortars- (D'Wis> announced See-LEGISLATCRE-Page 8 and oniv the "Tour-1 The most intensive firing and only two or these were H_a_ Wo- nf cnrred ;n the ebgiote emer- Mississippi in a light plane. arrested "I just wanted to see my girl, it was kind of a crazy idea." ;sentenced But his flight which he said In- on charges of espion- Golcfine as an old friend. Adams eluded evasive tactics when he bad thought Goldflm sued bv fighter planes and a crash There was no immediate mdica- 8 landing in a swampy field, was tloa even two' in vain. pnests might leave China. "Til still date him." his girl! release leaves four Amer- friend said, but she asserted known to be stfll In Chinese and strongly opposed by leaders. ASHEVIL, XC. a'm-and J to 4 P-m-offidal for Injury felt she was still too vour-g iails on spy charges. They are businessmen She rushed into his arms at the McCann oi police station and Keeton flushed Francis Redmond of Yon-; __j ,___ bm-0 V V ToVir, I AiAKOIlr 1C.L.U i V ICtlfTl f t t- .-_-._ loan approv- _ Traflway direction. In the Moslem Farmer Home Adtnhustraiioa The summer playground is open buses says tourists in the Smoky Quarter of Basta. the barricaded w-nich wfll make 3 per cent loans BAY Two boys 'to from first grade Mountain National Park stop their sector used as rebel headquarters. for repairing tornado damaged and two girls escaped iajary Fri- a cars when they see bears cross-' The third battle was raging on farm facilities when a stolen auto the highway. The bears stop city's outskirts for Ramel Chippewa, Clark, Dan nand St. swerved off a highway at more examine the tourists and traf- Prison. CTOIX Counties were announced than miles per hour. 'cedures ft files financial reports required bv the bffl.' 1 M 1 d said amounted age groups The actlvi- fie piles up. The buses sometimes It not Immediately known earlier as eligible for the aid. The Leonard Zom. Brown Conniy cnosen according to the are delayed as long as an hour, which side had launched "the first tornado swept throush the area traffic officer, said he was pursii- psorthe youngsters. the official says. -attack. June 4, killing 23 oersons. RVhprH ai-n J-ncaJ? ot injuries suffered Wed- Uieir wacers. tus oiu provides in Marshfield's first fatal against officers rtbef said. "My Faith was Mass. Accident since 1955. j W shaken. I'm so A third American Catholic priest' The death raised Wiscoiisin's i fO An unusual offering by Wisconsin State College. Stevens Point, this summer is its six-credit tour, a part of its extension and embraced her They talked N. Y., John Thomas in low tones for a minute or two a civilian employi before she faced newsmen. .Array from "He just walked into my room. and Richard vrcke me u fcis mother rever shaken. The 19-year-old airman, who Bishop James Edward Walsh of J953 highway fatality roll to 295. ieff a suicide note before going Cumberland. is stfll in She represents Wood County's aloft in a rented plane Thursday'Shanghai. He has been held un- sixth traffic death of the year, morning at Gulfport, Miss., was 
                            

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