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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 4, 1959, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin RapidsDaflv Tribune fflfl A TRACTIVE fcTVl Forty-Sixth Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, Thursday, June Single Copy Tea Cents West Considering Reduction in Berlin Force to Ease Tension TOP AIR FORCE CADET GETS DIPLOMA Cadet Bradley c. Hosmer of Dimseiih. gradu- ated with fop honors Wednesday at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Colo. Here the top cadet of the Academy receives his diploma from James H. Douglas. Secretary of the Air Force, while military and civilian dignitaries look on at left. Nicaragua Doubling Its Army MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) j j Nicaragua began doubling iisf army today ia the wake of in-i g vasion thrusts by opponents of Dictator-President Luis Somoza. The buildup of the aatlon'sj armed forces got under way eveaj though ir was officially announced the small band of rebels who in- vaded by air over the weekend was fleeing acd no longer a ger. The government said it was adding 2.000 men to the National nation's army which already, numbers about 2.000 ac- tives, in addition, guard re- servists are being called up forj training. To support its claim that ihe sirbome invaders-were oa the run, the government was taking for- eign correspondents fo the area in Discoverer Mice-Recovery Try Is Presumed Failure VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE. Calif. (AP) j--------------------------------- JFour black mice, blasted aloft in an Air Force attempt to [return a living creature from a satellite for the first P TO PQV apparently didn't make it. Air Force wanted them to orbit the earth in a] Rnoct to 5tofp> 'satellite. Discoverer HI. for WWW31 IW hours, then parachute in their conditioned capsule. j However, something west wrong. j has heard nothing since. The projectile was! Six lawmakers three from ,_____________js _. jcouid escaped the earth's'-ra! to that now provided for state, i pull, became of speed factors. employes. The bonus, now a Ready for month, fluctuates slightly with the Planes had been poised to try a cost of Hving index- difficult aerial catch over the. Pa-! The bill would Doost legislative icific. But officials had given them [pay for the second session in a only one chance in 700 of succeed-j row. The 1957 Legislature raised jing. a month, making the The mice, pick .would have been of their breed, j two-year pay of an assemblyman] the first crea-1 A senator, elected to a! CONVENIENT PAYMENT Twenty-five nevr penalty boxes Four-Part Formula Is Offered 1 By JOHX 31. HIGHTOWER GENEVA (AP) Top Western officials said today the United States, Britain and France may be willing io cut their 10.000-man force in Berlin if the Soviet Un- ion agrees to drop its threat to the city. Soviet Foreign Slimster Andrei Gromyko was report- ed to have given some signs that the Kremlin may be will- ing to drop its demand that the Western powers give up their occupation rights in Berlin. Gromyko, according to in- formants, has in the iast few days shown some elasticity in his attitude, but the highest West- ern leaders do not know whether he yet has instructions from Soviet Premier Xikita Khrushchev. Gromyko has been put under have been located throughout the business district, making it 1 heavy Wester- pressure to corr.e nuiuu un.t uctii convenient for recipients of parking tickets to pay their fines. with concessions that would in jtures retrieved alive from orbit i four-year term, now draws 514.-! Envelopes are attached to the tickets, and the payment, inserted effect dear the way to a summit Two monkeys were fired into ,400 for that period. in the envelope, is to be dropped into the box. A penalty meter will [meeting. HATS AWAY! Graduating midshipmen at the TJ-S- Xaval Academy in Annapolis, Md., foss their hats high into the air Wednesday in the traditional ceremony marking the end of graduation ex- ercises. A total of 795 midshipmen received diplomas at ihe ceremony. (space from Cape Canaveral by the! The lawmakers ia the ses- also remain at the City Hall. Tribune Reporter Bruce Estlund I Army May 28 but their trip cov-Jsion also gave themselves an ex- examines one of the boxes. (Tribune Staff Photo) ered only miles. They allowance of up to S175 a------------------------------------------------------------------------ not intended to go into orbit. jrnonth during the time the Legis-j Information from Wednesday's [lature is in session. They also- UQU-_ Cuts Bomarc Funds launching will be used in a mileage allowance. Mouse IUTS POmarc runas the Project Mercury attempt to3 Under the bill, the 133 law-, put man in orbit some two years'.makers would begin drawing the now. I bonus next month. i the bin are Karl! _ _ __ M 1 At the mice underwent! Authors of Jane Dakin Tells of Hate for- army has said only about is reb-s els landed and that they were oni the point of annihilation. But in San Jose, the Costa Rican; capital, the Nicaraguan rebel lead- er Enrique Lacayo Karfanj claimed that-strong contingents of! MAUSTON (AP) A tale of tangled emotions and farmers were joining the rebels, undercurrents beneath the seemingly serene sur- Jie said a Aauonai truara Of upper middle class family life was told Jane Canyon and a large amount of Dakin, 17-year-old high school senior, to Juneau County! military equipment captured. Authorities last Dec. 1, scarcely more than two hours after IO 'O-incn LSepin iTheir color blade was to T'eiVLal T-pn_t ______ _ ____________ __ _ Mother in Taped Confession [eight times that of gravity. Thisjfonsi R. E. Peter- was nothing new to them tbeyjson (R-Waispacai, Allen Flanni- had trained for the flight in testigan Thomas Duf- chaaabers simulating the severe fey (D-Milwaukee) and Robert stresses to which they would exposed. I Radios on Their Backs j Strapped on their backs Iike4 UpGfl saddles were tiny radios. These- relay their heart-' Defense Missile Compromise Seen Fed Progress Made U.S. Secretary of State Christian A. Hertur and British Foreign Sec- 'retary Selwyn Lloyd are both re- ported to feel that some progress has been made. It is sail very tentative, however, and Grorayko could switch. I Here are standout points is top- jlevel American evaluation of the "conference as it nears the end its fourth week: 1. The Western powers are mak- ing a Httle progress in getting Gromyko to move toward some Wednesday, cut from budgeted funds for the Bomarc. had siain her parents with a rifle fusilade. Here are excerpts from the four-hour tape recording Somoza's government also waslpiayed today to the Circuit Court jury hearing her trial on two counts pressing for the Organization first degree murder: to- did you have any dfrjgete, sad set another emergency TOOT mother at iume or other? Unit A (were intended to relav their heart-9 I II Mail ACCUmUtateS breathing, temperature and Schedule Clt T I -.U iniascular activity back to earth.} IO lO-inCn UepTn 'Their color black was to i have shown the effects of any cos-1 QFl In KanSaS VlliaQG :niic radiation, based oa the 0 igree of graying. i The sunr____ ______ SELDEN, Kan. CAP) A hail The Thor IRBM first stage Community Center, to be in ot storm battered this prairie village Bell-Hustler second stage func- effcc, rTOln nect'Monday throuah ct By JACK BELL WASHINGTON" (AP) A com- promise decision to continue both i the Xike and Bomarc missile pro-Ipropriations committee left in the grams at a cut-back le-.el was measure for 'Bomarc procure- reported in the making today. An influential congressional offi- J. cial said he has beea informed! xhe Senate Armed Services'? rights of th< West Berlin, ihe major objective of Herter. Lloyd and French For- gac the VterT ocwers have add o pin 2 The summer schedule that Secretary of Defense Neil H.i Committee earlier had cut 17 e at the McEiroy plans to recommend fr0m a proposed 22 rr.iliioa; :r. to be in go-3head for the Xike-Her-.dollar authorization for extension1 Symbol of Protection 3. Kerter, Lioyd and Coave de storm battered this prairie village second ecfcct froln nest jroncjay throuah cuies and Bomarc missiles. vke saying tha' are fully agreed, sad ia northwest Kansas for two hours satisfactoruy, die Air s ,vas announccd today by But he said the secretary is; 7 :tave so advised Grorr.yko ia their sion for todav. iume or other? The Ambassadorj A: Oh we argue every W GtmleriRo Seviha-Sacasa afl fte aboat f( J go and said I already eaten. revolutionaries and the work I ao, Jane SaIQ tha, she practiced various nations'" were nearin, Kicaraguan coast. Wednesday night, covering the s rnissHe was last heard from with a foot and a half of ice. by a telemetering ship miles i General Secretary Ray K. Pasch-'likely to propose to President! opfin Eisenhower a reduction in outlays; for both of the missiles, since -ine y wm oe open cany, except for both oi the missues. since C A ieni of the damage hasn't south site. The frojn a m_ to 10 p m .hey represent air only. MOODlS determined. But it will be se3ce S'-gBongs or grs j-jdh-idual exercise room, against bombers at a tune when! wno lam-toin ana tne worKi ao. jane said tnai soe pracuceai, r T- A--------------- don't do and school work music on the piano the wc-ht of ae lce" Tne A a" lfl- the way I act and all kinds mother and sister were torrential rain followed the Jail Youth for Burglary Effort like that. I ing. then studied her advanced flooding many basements. file roofs of four "XT of missile attacks are; i urtriL.es to aouo.tnat ou. available to adults during growing. This decision was ex- and several nomes ou- had gone into orbit hours to depend in part on the; ine Air jrorce said its next for and reports McEiroy receives on prog- D, ttAnfit scheduled from to 10 p.m. ress toward obtaining the Nike-; JpQttf 7 Q: What do you say and what! does she say? j A: What do people usually say! Nelson Has No Plans in arguments? Miss Dakin said that on the day. For Increasing Prisons Pollowin. cation Hospital. vifle. Judge inomhx jail under the Hnber law for his part in the March 31 attempted, AffeciionXotRerarned j Xelson. burglary of X-orrnington's Laundry I Jane said that for the past five States C Dry Cleaning plant in Marsh- years she hadn't 'returned any of meeting, field. _ the affection her mother occasioa- Riedel had requested the ally showed her. and that she nation when he pleaded guilty never kissed her mother. Prevt- As the hail pelted down, many imorove the piopulsioa and astro- of the rockets used in] ivs. Wednesdays and Fri-'Zeus anti-missile. if at least four! Survey Nearly Complete halt juvenile delinquency. of Selden's 485 residents abaa- the series. j doned their homes for more sub-' Wednesday's launching followed'. stantial shelter. Oniv one oersot, Poor weatner and tecnnical diiucnltses was hurt. JBH Stewart a others. 1 years are welcome if aecom- t secret talks, that Western trocps 'in West Berlin do BK serve a military purpose so much as tae purpose of symbolizing Western protection of West Berlin. 4. Gromyko has beea told re- Ipeatcdly that the Western powers i will not up Uieir basic rigaa 'in Berlin and they will not agree jio Soviet trcops to share ia ithe occupation of West Beriia. WASIHXGTOX (AP) An in-i j-ne Four foreign raiaisters to'.d his news ne3r'y half a billion scheduled session com-'dollars ia the race for space su- Crawfords Announce Birth of 4th Daughter foar vears of age. COJT5miltecs Sightseerers JLADISON Men are invited to enioy a re- ,-LSO jjave opposing stands. ialso converged quickly on Seldcn. and Mrs. John S. Crawford swim from r.rso.n until 1 contends congratulated P-rn. on Wednesdays. Paschen a'llhoacn iiniitcd to the Central'posing an additional problem for Marshfield -were to :'y J- .tioning of Western forces in Berlin The vote was Sl-i, with Sen. Al- and a reduction in iulsrr-rnztory a lea J. Ellender
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