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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - September 18, 1959, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin A COKSTRU C T1VE E W S P A P E R Forty-Sixth Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, Friday, September Single Copy Ten Cents Vanguard Satellite Blasted Into Orbit in Final Effort of Series HOW KHRUSHCHEV'S CAR WAS policemen surrounded Nikita Khrush- chev's automobile in New York Thursday as the Soviet Premier rode from Penn Station to the Waldorf Hotel. This scene was along 34th Street. Shows Flashes of Temper Successful Flight Helps to Atone tor Earlier Flops CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) The Vanguard III [satellite soared into orbit today and revived sagging U.S. in the space exploration field. The 100-pound satellite was boosted aloft by the last lof the Vanguard rockets. The Vanguard, once the scape- goat for American space failures, thus ended its hard' luck history on a triumphant note. The success followed two straight American space flops. Just 14 hours before, a rocket fizzled in an attempt to place a 265- pound navigation satellite in or-! bit. On Wednesday, a Jupiter mis-j sHe carrying mice and frogs on a! space flight exploded feet' Nikita Tours Hyde Park, Prepares for U.N. Speech above its launching pad. The flops came while So-, viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev visited, this country, basking in the limelight of Sunday's success-, ful Soviet moon strike. Commander in Iceland Is Asked to Leave NEW YORK (AP) The great Soviet-American trav-j eling debate moves today to the stage of the United Soviet Premier Nikita'travs tions Assembly, with Nikita Khrushchev, already showing Khrushchev made a brief. 57-'ment signs of testiness, reported ready to spring a Soviet sur- prise. The Soviet Premier, after three full and rugged days The satellite was the third put up in 11 tries by the Vanguard.- WASHINGTON' (AP> Brig.' It includes the 50-pound payload Gen- Gilbert Pritchard has been and the 50-pound third-stage rock- relieved of his command in Ice- et, which remained attached. iland 'm wake of airport -in- HYDE PARK AT Y Hs was to measure lhat raised Icelandic feel-, earth's magnetic field, solar against American forces micrometeorite bombard-] there. j and temperatures inside, Pritchard was commander of minute tour today of the late President Franklin D. Roose- velt's estate here, on a pil- 'and outside the satellite. ihe air base at Keflavik where. Tapering Shape (two Icelandic officials were re-' Shaped like an ice cream to have been forced by, Vanguard HI is made of magnes- guards to lie in mud puddles. wfll be the highlight of another -busy day. It is generally expected he will make some new surprise [patches censored? American newsmen's dis- war-time ally. The widow, Eleanor Roose- announcement regarding disarma-j Khrushchev parried: He and' ment. Already he has promised ajPresident Eisenhower had agreed'" Soviet proposal oa the subject, their discussions would not involve! Khrushchev has centered each over's inter-j of his attention in the _ affairs. Western debate on the idea that the Soviet system inevitably overwhelm the Western way. It dis- cussion of the two systems that ivelt, was standing outside the of speaking and touring, lost his temper momentarily inlgrimage to visit the grave ofiium and fiberglass. It consists of( Personally Unacceptable public Thursday night. But be quickly recovered Ms usual aplomb.jthe Soviet Union's Strong'3 sphere with a 25-inch action was taken at the re- His appearance before the U.N. alH- tube from iL The tubeiquest of iceiandic government.5 is tapered from 6 to 2'i inches Force spokesman said in] 'answer to questions. j State Department officials, how- in diameter. In the tip of the cone is a Nelson Orders Conservation Dept. to Move MADISOX (AP) Gov. Gaylord Xelson today order- ed the Conservation Department to vacate its headquarters in the state office building and move immediately to a downtown store building. Nelson's decision ended several weeks of wrangling over the proposed move. "if the Conservation Department desires." Xelson said, wcidd be happy to allocate space Li the Capitol for director and for com- mission meetings." His statement was included in 3. letter to Conservation Depart-' A CI _ Americans to sv bcins fooled by the Soviet Icsdtr ori nis current to me "'..Cinv 3s an brcken record of deceit and srs.vjion on the oin of the Sovier Ur.ion. saw particular move tlicse nevv elements in L'ovd's even more aitraciive :odr.v than 'plan: it aid six WCCKS ago." the gov j He did not say the second crnor said. stage should be carried out onh is -uu i- if "there has been progress 10- location :narkcd the Urae solution of political is- in .he Kar ,Ves, Sldc Hlj! farir: sues- office This ib He did not say the rucloir for m tnc next poviers wouid be free to resume or testing after 24 months if in that .-our there had not been satisfac- tory progress toward sctiiiic up the guard ap- plans to hit Congress Later, the police chief at for an increase in Back to Work After Unusual Quarantine DEDHAM. r-Iass. of "It are gasped one rescue' "The fumes are The mine, one of Briain's na-! Conalized collieries." is located 10 miles of Glasgow. i Trouble started this mdhringi a huge electric exhaust fan' burst into flame, spreading to the timbered props and gird-! ers. As the flames ate through.' the props collapsed, causing cas-: cades of stone aud earth. These falls partly blocked the passages.; More men have been the mine had it not been for a 'ra-p.h. ly, no words were spoken- leaving New York, and police escort! The 1957 operation, also in Bos- throogh midtown Manhat-iton, was to remove the duct after sometimes at 60'an obstruction developed which an inspection system to po.icc a production cutoff. in Januarv -.vith strong demands the (nr ,n foreign aid Rejection From Russ.a _ v-------- McCarthy. 29. o weeks be- Repubhcan leaders said Eisen- armament plan, put before the cause he tried to revive a dyins had been dissuaded from fivc-n 3 t i o n UN. Disarmament v.ctirn with 5s back on the job. airport said the American sentry funds ancj for action to lift long- Such conditions were laid down msn Eugene J. M said he was unable m the dark to bond interest ceilings in the last official Wes'.ern dis- quarantined for two I ,-caased attacks of fever. Warm on Inside, Cold on Outside Sums Up Reception for Khrushchev Braves Lose 'Homer' Appeal calling a special session of Con- Subcommittee in London Aug. 27. respiration gress to act on these subjects 1937- McCarthy suffered no tU partly because the next regular That came from Britain fiorn bus futile effpn to >ave :-e session opens in a little more than Canada. France and the Lnited liff of a tc'-t-i three months. States The Sovxt f.fih rmbuiince to a Eisenhower is expected to sicn member of i're -committee, re- Tnc Oecham K.-a-i of r- the foreign aid bill jectcd it and OT Sfp; 6 ordered M- -u 1 LOS ANGELES with some pointed references to snent dovo. cvo.d co-isci c League Warren C. the Congress cut the The big r.nw have agreed Giles today formally denied a pro- amount below his estimates. to resume iron n an cverly GI- P'or two wts.'-.- he test by Milwaukee in its losing The President was reported 10-r.alion qro-p in Geneva o'en to kiss his Parr.c.a game to the Los Angeles Dodg- tscularly concerned with the recuc- In the the West- or his son. r-ucer.c. 2 He r.sd t. er? Sept. 3S tson of SCO million dollars em arc the- Soviet tr.soa eat aH fr.-ri par-cr Tne protec. wa? based on a ball mad-; in his request have reisxed t---r grad- MCCP or. tre room their placards. Thev in began shoirjng asd pressing o o 'Jizi Joe Adcock hit tnat lodsed for rr.iiitary assistance in the notorious field screen told his news con- Manager Fred Haney and Gen- fererce Thursday he hopes the j eral Manager John McHale of the Democratic dominated Congress tne daimed the bail sailed will "feel the heat of truth" and Xo ticker tape showered down for the Soviet leader P61313'11? iiKm sidewalks, and stack beyond the screen act ntU year to raise the present [V. But .there were HO mob scenes either When the car got should have called a home per cent interest ceihng on settled over the ran a dou- long-term bonds- increase in 5n- couch and a-.o d excrete. By RELMAX MORIX XEW YORK (AP) New York was a it looked at KIkita Kinishchev. Waves of hostility smote him at some points. Waves the setaement. They pJanusd to of applause asd laughter -we2ed Hp arouud him at others. Photographer Pays for Brutal Crimes in the Gas Chamber return to work Monday. Sanding on Park Avenue. ci5e man dapped as the closed black' frol3t of jliinoasine swept past Another booed as hard as he co-aid. And a worn- hotel -where Khrushchev gave his Dodgers wer.t on to w-.a in Jaa said. "I wouldn't have stayed soeech. nLngs. 5-7. have you couldn't dappiag for In Khrushchev In a to nSl- ..._-.. jf atmosphere was eerie, almost stood no before a wairi, Train No Injunes "portedI
a: ;He added that the administration chamber, told Associate Warden Vy Ann Bndgeford. 2-s. both Los "TPV> cr.o "rxn'reporsd tre igot as mnch as it could D Achuff his desire that noth- Angeles models, :n San D.ego ,A3V2 trace's ir.e in niy time" Southern Caliii-mia divert from h.-- car-. Sam Raybura Jc r.is oea'.T cai-r...- tocav tre He rejected nere. ;m foreign aid funds, in Zeph-r yr was crushed ia No injnries were reported among ol the train which proceeded aft- er a short delay. ed for murder.'' At that moment, a siren Robert F. Wagner for 67 years in a locals Death Toll Reaches 55 the street It was only a with a sly grin: "I realize "store, left 30 the' i_ Disaster jcaptain's car trying to you invited me here to see'finn compensate for any time through the frozen, .sort of man this have wasted in their einploy- Khrushchev went In the .apart from the IVj O tld So it went aU day, wherever bumper traffic, Kerertheless, the is" ment." BARLETTA. Italy
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