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   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - April 14, 1959, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                                Ramds: Daily Tnbtnie ffkl A CQKSTRUC TI V E W S P A fr E J i f ft. Forty-Fifth Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. Tuesday, April Single Copy Ten Cents Board Sets Glen Nelson Hearing for April 25th Sparta Man Suspect in Boy's Death A public hearing in the case of Glen A. Xeison. Howe _ j School teacher whose contract has not been renewed lor convict held at La the coining year, will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 25. on a charge of indecent exposure j T mcnln Hioh School bei3S questioaed is the kiu- u 23? slaves of 6-, ear-old 3es Wag- _ The tune and place 01 me hearing was set by the Eer said today- Board of Education at its April session Monday night, in Detectives quoted the 25-year- coosultslioB viiih Mark J. Satter. Chicago, an attorney for the Anseri- Sparta aaaa as sayi-g se and can Federation of Teachers. a .male coapasioa visited a This action was taken after a crowd of more than persons had woman the night Bea Hope to Eject, Catch Nose Cone From New Satellite left the meeting room, believin; that discussion of the teacher's! case had been terminated the' assurance by John Crook, board president, that "as soon as Mr. Xelscn personally asks for a hear- _ ing. either public or private, the board will certainly grant it." Withdraws Resignation i too, withdrew from the' 'meeting at that ooiat. bat returned- later v.i-.h a signed by Xe'- WASHINGTON son, in which he stated that he Eisenhower dedicated a towering Memorial Is Late Sen. Tatt was stabbed to death. He said he was living and working ia Racine "at the time. Pokce said the ex-convict's com-' 'panion supported the after first refusing to vertify the story.5 'He said that both drove to ar.d delivered a letter to the s'onian from an inmate at. the state reformatory near Greea .Bay. She read it and tore it up.j The men then returned to Racine.' he said, arriving about 10-30 m. He added that he was with the ex- elected to withdraw his today to the late Sen. C0nvict almostcontinuously "from tion and requested "a public hear- Robert A. Taft. He praised Taft afternoon unt-i !ate at a" night! to NOT SURE HE'LL LIKE SCHOOL Jerry Mcr- curi, isn't quite sure if he likes the prospect of school next ing to determine the validiiy the school board's refusal" grant him a new contract. Xeison had submitted his as a man who gave generously The ex-convict, according to1 Racine police, drives a 1955 green: and white 2-door sedan. j Ben's bodv was found at Graf-' and gooc oi of himself all America." for nation on March 25, after beir.g Eisenhower honored a former by a newspaper delivery man" notified that the board had de- political rival and ally at cere- the Sunday morning of April 5.' fall. Like other future members not to retain him on the at of a iGQ-foot s of the kindergarten class, he had !ulty for the 1959-60 school year.- lo register in Rochester. X.Y. Since then, however, teachers" or- Asd while his mother signed :ganizations and other gawps have in. lie peeked shyly around jmade a public issue of the board's 'action, demanding to reasons for it. JNelson Not Present bell tower erected at the foot of -0 12 hours after he was hired a blue and white car near' Grafton is' 01 Thiens- a doorway. know -he Tail, liberal Steel Union Asks Firms to Freeze Prices his Milwaukee home, about 10 miles north The ex-convict, arrested bv- La champ-oiung individual Crosse Mondav> had 'bcea irighis and tne symbol oi conser- to Ac Refonaa-. 'vatism in evervtmng afiecting the ,orv Green in on a kharse" of "assault "without regard dax mgnus meeting, held in Prais From if h- ,if high school cafeteria. The inrons _ _ t _, _ of interested citizens oacked tfepl Forrner Herbert Hoo-! Also queshonec Tuescay; ver and high government an ex-conm; and known sexj also participated with Eisenhow- deviate. He'? a 23-year-old Okau-1 er in the dedication. Ichee man who served time in the' Auer Superintendent R. E. Clan- Hoover depicted Taft as a man'state reformatory for sodomy. He' sen, clerk of the board, hao read wjjO chose to die with his boots on also was beina questioned about NEW YORK pertaining rather than to desert his post. He the theft of a blue and white car Steelworkers of American have lfue' mo.st of. called Taft "an official with a abandoned near Okauchee. previously reported in Ine frib- C1H1 conscience" and said: proposed to the s.eel indasiry.une. President Crook opened the not only weald not desert his post.! that it freeze its prices for by saying: ,he never deserted his people." term of the nest contract with! "I you to know that none Vice President Richard M. Xix- Reject Berlin Air Limit U.S. Reports New Buzzing Incident BONN, Germany (AP) Soviet planes have buzzed an American Air Force transport in another incident in an air corridor to Berlin, the U.S. Embassy disclosed today. Planes Will Try Recovery Over Pacific WASHINGTON (AP) _- Government space experts gave up today plans to try to recover a capsule from the Discoverer II satellite. The Advance Research Projects Agency said that An eaibassv spokesman said two Soviet jet fighters tracking reports from Dis- coverer II indicated the planned recovery of t h e capsule was not now feas- ible. It will therefore not be attempted, the an- nouncement said. Roy Johnson, director of the agency, said some- thing went wrong in the timing apparatus in the 600-pound vehicle. harassed an Air Force double-decker propeller transport on its way back from a routine cargo flight to Berlin April 3. The embassy spokesman this account of tr.e April 3 inci- der.t: The big military version of the Boeing Stratocruber fhing at i about 12.000 feet when two carr.e up from behind and be- igan cruising, each about 100 feel ;from a wingtip of the American plane. 'Dangerous i The Soviet filers men swapped positions, one going over and the iother going under the transport.! MANITOWOC :The American pilot reduced alti- c _.v todav lhal! [tuae a little. This seemed to sat- Check Report Man Ticked Up7 Small Boy lhe By RALPH DIGHTOX VA N D E N B E R G AIR room and overflowed into the hail- wav. WINDOW LEDGE ESCAPE It was a precarious perch taken by tenant Arnold Fantl. 45. clad only in a pair of shorts, as he stood on ledge, awaiting ladder rescue after fire broke out on fifth floor of six-story King Hotel in San Francisco. Smoke pours from window as another tenant at right watches Fantl. Ten per- sons were rescued from upper, two floors. lisfy the Soviets, for they flew le rver of a blue and white! laway. The whole encounter last- station wagon, -aho a 10-year-old RACTT r :ed only a few minutes. reported accosted her near a Mis- FORCE BASE. Calil. (AP) The spokesman charged the So- Schoo5 Bopped ne3r a small Air Force planes lodav may jets with "very dangerous L t f t t h f the union to help bility." "economic us acted hastily in deciding not on and Speaker of the House Sam ito renew Mr. Nelson's contract- Rayburn   arranged to ac-- Even if the industry agreed to'He was notified a year ago (when-cept the marble tower on behalf do so, the union says it would his present contract was issued) Congress. insist on higher wages and he was on probation." i Eisenhower, in a brief prepared, benefits for its half-million Decision" [address, voiced his personal grati-i -I T j ttude to Taft for "the-priceless No Immediate Keply J declared-that tne Headship" -and the wisdom and P y the boarc not to retain Nelson experience offered by the senator! Capitol Hill Comment Indicates Ailing Dulles May Resign Soon jviet jets with "very He said American land Soviet officers at the four- "may" have picked up the chs.d. miniature capsule of a type j power air safety center in Berlin, Officer Joe Dhein of Manitowoc that someday could be used exchanged verbal protests. County police said that a pupil nt to parachute' men back from "leach accusing the other's fliers of Holy Cross Elementary School t. idangerous air tactics. -told him of the second incident Space Stations. J. Beburov. chief spokesman while he was investigating the The capsule is in the nose oC the Soviet Embassy- in East. tot. 'C0ne of Discoverer !Berlin, commenting on the uici-. whether anv children were miss- II a per am.- crci were m- ,--i i jdent. indicated the Soviet Union is' 5 Tot be Ttm- 600-pound satellite launcned By JACK WASHINGTON (AP) Senators expressed reluctant- todav a growing belief that Secretary of State John Foster Dulles mav have to hand in his resignation soon, i There-are well-founded reports including some! for Q 10.000 sianduig by its demands that mcoiatciy Dhein said thai Holy ilondav from this West Coast had 19 absent missile base Across the nation at Cape Dhein said a Holy Cross pupil Canaveral, Fla., the Air American planes fly below is od The Soviet United a letter to 12 uetuueu a uiisuunous rival over whom the former gen- companies. of th? ?even board strode to the Republican pres-I Prompt rejection of the he said..jdential nomination in 1952. Taft from persons who have talked to him that Dulles has failed to suggestion was expected The out of to lhe "idi-Jalso was the Republican leader in spond to treatment for a cancerous condition. j ion last week turned down an in-iT2duals concerned they are g'v-.the Senate in the Eisenhower If fresh medical treatments planned at Waiter Keed army dustry proposal that and'en an opportunity to resign, so no'ministration's infancy. 'Hospital do not show results, T _-. _ _ TmaTt II other contract benefits be appears ssainsi their rec-; "All knew him as a command-genera! expectation among sajd for a ane-year contract period. statement was greet- ing figure on Capitol Eisen-'bers of Congress is that Dulles h'e f lying Saucer 000 feet Higher Flights Desirable _then stopped near a small boy. Second Stage Failure IWhen the station wagon went on. cprnrr1 _ l.Il. V U i SCLUilU Dhein said. jnter-j U.S. Steel, the industry's a roisture of booing and hewer said, ing producer, declined comment. from soms members of -A Politician and More' A U.S. Steel spokesman said 'To the people of the A With the new tuboprop and jet ..acda'ed failed fo ignite about 30 minctes transports coming into full sen.-- lhe boy was .gone-' .aQer it left the launching pad. ice, the Allied powers been The car headed in the direction Vvhen the missile apparently re-'determined to establish Two Rners. about 200 miles high. Cause of the testin" r'Ent fly corridors Dhein said the girl through! the trouble was not krown, officials any height. driver who spoke to her was said. The jet type plaues operate "elderly." and wore a suit and If Discoverer II achieves proper _ Page S company was waiting to see the text of the union proposal. j The industry's call for a one-' year wage freeze and the union's; proposals for a price freeze are] pare of the sparring prior to Be-; gotiatians oa a new contract to! t replace the one that expires Jane; KniVSS OutlCIWed s States he was a liberal Possession Switchblade Conference Role Goes to Herter Company Plan Rejected The union's pnce freeze posal was draxvn up by the execu-ibffl tive board after :t affirmed Presi-igale or possession of switchblade successful visit dent David J. McDonald's re jec-' knives. iington July 1. tion of the industry's proposal that; responsible conservatism in every-1 j thing affecting the nation's 'omy. He was. fay his own defini-i tion, a politician. An admiring na-' ;tion now acknowledges that he Gaylord was infinitely more." today signed into law a1 In tracing Taft's contribution to outlawing the manufacture.' the nation. Hoover told of an un- visit he made to Wash-, represent the Lmted States al a 1953 in an effort to The act sets a maximum the Ohio senator he oaaht present contract benents terms Of S500 and one year in" the'to return to Xew York Hospital ccnanued tor another year. county ja3 for violations. It was for treatment of his illness. Taft The uniera executive board also One of eight bills signed by the died on July 31 that year of suggested that negotiations for a governor cancer I new contract begin May 4. instead others include: i of May IS as now scheduled. The! Authorization for anr citv or _, union's 170-rnember wage policy county to incuse a debt either, "Irs. Thomas Named committee is scheduled this ir.onth or for DTA to draft contract demands. _ ,ard operation of a University of IO KIA MaTe urtlce Tne letter to the 12 companies. Wisconsin extension center. The EAU CLAIRE endorsed by the union execute e extension site would have to be. Us M. Van Horn of Appieton was boaro_ and signed by iicDonald, by the university Board elected president: of the Wiscon- in his ir.ind that Dulles in pan: _ 'of Regents. sir, Congress of Parents and ir.ate himself i: his medical bince there can be no A Senate bill signed hito law Teachers today as the 1.099 cele- vice indicates phvsicaJ inab-btv to viOiout price increases. _tne arst aathorizes the Department of gates concluded their 50th annual resume his full responsibiiiiies." propose is ?ublic Welfare fo the City of convention. Sen, George D. Aiken cnlei" I'-S- nlnn step out of his oiucial 300 deiesate "must not be in an infer-, p !quickly to clear the way for ap- ior position" at Geneva. ,sooa a new a'rcratt reportedly, L7nited pointment of a successor. __ -ee must have the full title of patterned after flying saucers. im0re" efficiently at "altitudes above' a stability, its instrumented nose his .Sen- Thomas JCuchcl jof Caufor- of state." Mansfield, Word of approaching tests of a 10.000 feet. a sixth grader at Holy ccr.e is scheduled to be kicked Unsted States Monday re- Cross school in Mishicot. said that loose on command from ground limit the Soviets are a man asked her she wanted tracking stations and float, earth- ng to put on the corridors ar.d a ride, and offered to put her aard beneath a parachute- Dulles will hand in his But said t.iey t-s wiji as high bicycle ia the back of the station Eight Hawaii-based C119 Flying Mansfield sasd he thought Her- could not teil details about the 3S thev need to whenever they uagon. ;Boxcars are awaiting orders to ter had done an excellent job in craft except behind closed doors, want to. A forma! American note The g'.rl refused, continued to swoop on the descending para- tthc recent meeting of NATO for-, other said the new craft v-as delivered to the Soviet For- school and told her teacher who chute and try to drape it across WASHINGTON" (AP) Acting Secretary of States Christian A. than ailing Scc- retarv John Fester meeting of Western foreign min- isters in Paris beginning April 29. Announcing this, the State De- partment also disclosed today medical experts have been call- ed to discuss Dulles" condition at Walter Keed Army Hospital this afternoon. Press officer Lincoln White said a statement would be made after the meeting. eign ministers, and added "if he j. has to lake over the top job, he will represent us well." jconnaissance fivjn ce- design that military re- in wartime. j Brig. Gen. Frank H. Britten, di- .rector of developments for Army research. the new craft is jthe resait of a joint Army Air 'Force program carried out bv JAVRO Aircraft Ltd. of Canada. 1 Like other radicallv designed Following a pre-senter.ce crai-t now being studied by gation, Coiiniy Judge Byron B. nilitary services, the AVRO G! BaocSL Entton said, years in the state prison at Wau- Office in promptly called pohce. Gets 4-Year Prison Term Young Pleads Guilty To Bludgeon Assault LeRoy A. Young, 23. nt. J. Ves- -soman into ths livin- rorrn of the per. who perpetrated a cruel as- four-room CAC-ihnc. partially d.s- a 30-foot-long trapeze bar suspend- ed beneath each plane. The para- chute and capsn'e wou.d 'reeled into the plane. i The parachute would conne into range of the Air Force CllSs 21 about 20000 feet. The ptanes would have 10 minutes to snatch i S We Won't See Newest Satellite; Reds Might the ground cushion phe- sault against his sister-in-law and robed her and attempted to rape rop; (o-_T--a niece a week aco. picoded tpulty her. Bc-cominn fr.chicr.cd how- invohes release of air ui- ,n Coun'.v Coun Monday to a ever, he draped the unconscious ro' Iifaen.es der extremeSy hkh pressure from de. t_e Operauon Moonwa'cV He then walked tc> a neighbor's cay night the American tr.a, uiere be no increase r.g t pun for taking indecint with a ir.ir.or girl, r'csberj had jjts arou-d the or under the acj. pleaded guilty to the charge Feb. boosting the craft II. off tne croand on an air cushion. I Harold Riedel. 19. Rt. 1. Puis- Navy scientists had re- sg_ vilie. and Raymond Nev.Tnan, 20. trst research under wsy icd ir.ind Lr'cn i'j a ncjcnsxir s cay ;r.e .irr.encsn Mrs. Frank Young. and her 4-year-old daucnter. Harold Peterson. Officials at tr.e As- 4 Waukcsha a parcel of land of the Mrs. George E. Gres-s. Wauwa- agreeing, added that pnce ot sieel term ot School for Boys. Proceeds tcsa. Mrs. Thcn-js. think the country can n5S-v are marked for replacement of Wisconsin Rapids, were elected go on and on without "I don any _ reacn. we Rt. 2. Withee. pleaded guilty to looking toward development of afford to of to burglar- FGir.ew hat similar machines for ize Laandry and as Iran-ports or in an active St. Joseph's Tilarshfield head Hospital authorities ihc "on. ex- Grove if in- Tavern where they shenlfs cia ncd passages 2-2 teo Ic" equipment at the school. The vice presidents. Mrs. harder, head of the State Department" Cleaning plan: in Marshfsclc assault boats of ski.-r.ming today the.r cond.Uons continue to .he cs- f- adopting tms approacn we property involved is less than an Phillips of JIadison was nair.ed Sen. Mike Mansfield of Mon- 3I- JudSe Cor.way ordered over both water and grojnc. improve. W acre. -secretarv. tana, the assistant Democratic pre-sentence investigations in Oicir Rear Adm Rawson Bennett chief of naval research, said an- otiit-r possibility is a rcc.o cc-n- Byron B. Corvvay. ;n Pleading guilty to a char-e c: Lroiled flyias platform equipped ctptips the defendant's plea, oir.c o: .ne can make a substantial cos; ticn to economic stabiity and eco-J uomic progress." The letter said that in- vvorkins the shift at the 2C. Sar.na 13 Vesper si has Committee Having Difficulty Getting Park Project Options Options have been obtabed for -sill be given as an outright lake -aouid cster.d abotrt parcels of land, to the county. Sprise said. In scv- jniles from the rail: :or the proposes era! cases options have bee.- inc vrcsl of Desterv-nie. creases without pnce increases are justined by the profits and the rising productiv- ity of its Masked Intruder Slugs Woman at Belleville BELLEVILLE moiher Purchase o: 32 parcels of land, to the county. Sprise said. In scv- jniles from the railroad cross- cf six children was slagged day night by a ir.asked rr.tracer Vellow R.ver recreational premised, he cor.tinaed, b-Jt ciercd her home she project ai ovvners rave steacfaslly Sprise. Wssconsir. Raplcs. consider it. Plan for State and whiskey. Richard K. Olson. 21. Biror., was gr.en a penned science in the state re- foraaMsy at Green Bsy and CWV Convention placed on prosaison for a year. 1 In his staterTaerit to Sncriff Ten'. last Tuesday. Ycaca said that be had been dnnk-nc cjnnc the afternc-on and ever.ins: the previous day. He returr.es to the to 12 days :n the Annual of the Young wrcre he was county jail was -Jarres Carter. 23, Departrocr.t of Catholic War Ijvaig wth his brother's 2, Graatcn, pleaded gufi- Veterans and its auxiliary wC3 be 8.30 pro. fpar plans for the proj- ty to a charge' c: contrib-juns to hctd Spinster-Victim's Scares Rapists Front Deofli HOUSTOV. Tex. 'A? She wss crsssed ito a car crl-.es ftsr.cicmc yc'-'hs were c> the electric ty tro Tr.e "r-c3t TTZ- 12-foot head 15-year-cId 23-24, W.sconsin Rapids May About an hour later ?.Irs. Yoar.2 p'.ea of a Cc-rsc.c-s. drove ar.noanced today. took her daughter to bed her they abuses ara rcpvd. her re- vras bowlir.g. Wisconsin Weather Frcr LCW 'Vsris Wednesday around to weaker facfs for cnd.ns at a.m.: Max., ss, V 353. north fo ....h the 27 involved. 524 per acre. However. Sprise stal- would be between S75.000 and Marshfield, where she had been chs.r7r.an. cf t tr-'j, Sprise sasd. ed. in many the options ob- This wcrjld consist of sbc employed as a housekeeper. A pre- S-jb-con-.niitic-e chairmen are S4rcck Wllh Kuic -j-.e state bnve ccrrari- sna Seek Acres tained are at rates far in excess sections with a spillway feet sentence investigation was ordered Llovd Tetzlaff. parade: Edgar Then be went into the bedroom ec s0, -ROW "do yc- DIst. Tr.e committee hopes to obtain of the property value. long. in her case. Trader, compet.tios: Jerome Bath- the mother and child were fcadr.'; asked" ;r.at lives Judge Cuiar. dy options to purchase a _ total of Flowase Sprise indicated (hat the G.ven a suspended sentence of ke. banquet. Joe Harnmel, hojs- apparently and struck the __ "Guuty. sc...t Miller. IY. acres the Yellow Rirer The committee is seeking to ac- mittee plans-to he'd 2 meeting in one year in the state prison and ing: Bernard FlaT-jnang, regis- woman with the rifle stock a r.um- Briscoe read her statement and corked .-or an electric for the development of a lake. In-quire all the land between the PiUsville early in Jane to evaluate placed on probation for a yeartrat.cn. Laurence Zimmcrmsn. of times, stopp.n? when the Miner's cosfei'sior. "Guilty." said Ecxcrro-i. ro eluded in the plans are the use of river and the propowd route of the progress "in obtaining options was Gafj Spurgeon. 40. Marshfield. mass and brunch; C 1 e m e n t broke off. The child was ap- how Ecker.rod seized vsas a AiM r. penoa acrcs of county-owned land. Highway SO. and of lhe river and figure an approximate cost of who pleaded suflty to a charje of publicity, and Richard parcntly hit by accident. the spinster in front o: a hcte: 3-5 The t-iy bowod zr. xorty of the 330 optioned acreSjapproxiniaiely a half mile. The.procuncg land for the project, (non-support of cia ilane. .Smith, treasurer." i Yoaag said he then carried tie ihe to vork last Dec. CS-.ard wept outside the coonrcea.   

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