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   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - December 21, 1959, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                                Forty-Sixth Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, Monday, December RESCUERS WORK WHERE NINE DIED A priest waits to administer last rites to victims of a head-on collision between a Greyhound Bus and a loaded cattle truck 12 miles east of Tucson Ariz The truck driver and his relief were killed. Seven persons in the bus died and 35 were injured The weather was clear and the road was dry when the accident occurred. Collision of Truck, Bus Kills Nine, Injures 32 TUCSON, Ariz (AP) A Greyhound bus and a cattle! truck traveling on the wrong side of the road collided about eight miles east of here Sunday killing nine persons The bus driver and six'passengers were killed along with the truck driver and his relief man. Thirty-two others riding in the double-decked bus were injured, five critically. Also killed were thirty head of cattle, mostly calves. Some other animals were maimed and had to'---------------------- be shot. Highway Patrolman Jimmy Wil- liams said truck driver James R Stewart of Del Rio, Tex., appar- ently missed a "keep right" sign the road divided for re- pairs. The truck, he said, was on Tex. gas, Nev., and Hawthorne, Calif, relief truck driver. Barney Boyd, 44, El Pas6, Tex. driver of the bus. Florence Minium, 65, Kingsville the wrong side when it struck the Johnny Lee Rodden, 7, son of State Report Shows-Gains in Industry Los Angeles-to-New Orleans bus. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rodden, Re- The double-decked truck was dondo Beach Calif hauling 67 steers from Jackson, Benito Casanova 55 Guantan. Miss., to Arlington, Am. amo Oriente, Cuba List of Victims Carmen, 53, his wife. Killed besides Stewart were: Hall Reed> 38 3Q4 chesfc_ ve-njut gti> Pensacola, Fla. Pearl Grogan, 64, Los Angeles. "God bless that man who told us to sit still and shut said Delois Gaines, 39, a' restaurant worker from Los Angeles. "If it weren't for we probably would have hurt each other try- ing to get out." Osbelia (Osbie) Butler, 24, of Moses Lake, Wash., and Rich- MADISON state report'mond, Calif., was taking her 5- today showed Wisconsin's 19591 year-old daughter Stella to San industrial at'Antonio. new jobs resulting from 1791 Thirsty Child Killed Just across the aisle Johnny Lee Business Is Asked to Hold Price Line WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Eisenhower's chief economic adviser said today the time has come for business to cut prices where possible. Low food prices at the farm level have largely been respon- sible in recent years for keeping :he economy relatively stable, said Single Copy Ten Cents West Invites Soviet Premier to Series of Summit Conferences Great Honor for Franco Spain Gives Ike Roaring Welcome MADRID (AP) Hundreds of thousands of cheering Spaniards today gave President Eisenhower the biggest welcome this country has roared out to a foreign visitor n modern times. Flag-waving crowds lined the streets and hung from rees and jammed balconies as the President rode into Ma- drid with Francisco Franco at his side. Eisenhower is the irst top Western leader to visit the Spanish dictator, who wore his generalissimo's uniform. Spectators let loose one roar of cheers after another as Eisenhow- r, standing upright with outstretched arms, rode by in a bubble-top imousine. Eisenhower, making the next to ast stop of his 11-nation tour, flew n at p.m. Franco, who had arrived at the irport 11 minutes before, stood ith the President as the national mthems were played. Then he resented his daughter, the Mar- uesa de Villaverde, with her husband. Change in Atmosphere Franco considers this presiden- Skin Diver Dies Under River Ice Seeking Cousin NEW LONDON Donald Mielke. 17 year old skin diver from Green Bay, suffocated Sun- day when the oxygen supply valve of the Western Allies against com- munism. It is a far cry from the atmosphere of a few years ago, for the body of a missing cousin. A companion, Steven Austin, 15, peace. Today the United States member of the team, made his has some of its best forward r, Ju bombing bases in Spain. In fact, Eisenhower landed at one of these bases near Madrid, Chairman Raymond J. lne "t Maana' nt D -j n Z -i YT, land Franco on his welcome com- of the President's Council of Eco mAnfoH nn nomic Advisers. "Now we have got to the place where responsibility for stability must be shared by he declared. 'Phony Saulnier spoke up for what he ermed justified price cuts within a wage-price formula. He ap peared at a Federal Trade Com mission session called to discuss >hony bargains and other prac- ices classed by the FTC as "trick- ery in the market place." The FTC invited representatives f 47 civic, consumer and welfare Toups to its first "conference on manufacturing be ublic a two-day mented on that. "This base of Torrejon, built with the formidable assistance of the United States, and sheltering both Spanish and American wings in close companionship, is a sym- bol of our Franco said. .JTranco expressed hope Eisen- hower's "epoch making tour'1 trould lead to a -fust and durable international order. Eisenhower said his visit fulfills the ambition of almost a lifetime. He recalled that Spanish men and women had carried Spanish cul- :ure into America. He recalled that he was born in Texas, where 8 submitted to Gov. Gaylord Nelson by David Carley, director of the Department of Resource Development. The manufacturing projects in- cluded some 86 million dollars ini plants and expansions announced during the year. Carley said the previous high was 1956 when new plants and expansions were an- was killed. "All of a sudden I started fly- ing through the said Mrs. "Then about four people i me. I looked up. There was a cow's bleeding head looking at me through the window." "I could hear Stella crying. A woman was screaming. Then a 8 do merchandising and what to about it. The misuse of expressions like "list price" is still a problem for the FTC, John P. Sullivan of the commission staff told the gather- nounced. The governor said the report "indicated that 1959 would show! the greatest industrial develop- i ment in the years since World v i i _ War II, and possibly in the his-t IO High WO V Toll I WO tory of the state." Carley described the report as "preliminary" and said a final rundown on economic growth would be issued in February. By The Associated Press One death during the weekend mg. He said FTC had run into a case of a manufacturer quoting s "suggested list price of for a power lawn mower and sayin in the same literature that the mower could be retailed "with full markup for Comparative Prices Sullivan said, also, consumers should take a close look at adver- tising that lists comparative prices with such descriptions as "regu- own way to the surface. Both are from Green Bay. The three were hunting for the body of Gregory Fischer, 3, who disappeared Nov. 19 from his yard near the stream. Dr. John Monsted, deputy Wau- paca County coroner, said Mielke lost consciousness when his oxygen supply was shut off and death was due to suffocation. Besanson said Mielke encoun- tered trouble and Austin went to his aid, sharing the ah- from his tank. Besanson joiriea them and the three used the same mouth- piece for Besanson's tank. Mielke and Austin lost their grip on the lifeline and were swept downstream. Besanson reached the entry hole and shouted :o others who chopped through the ice to pull Austin out and recover Mielke's body. "Wisconsin very likely to 795, one less than on this the national average in total eco-.day a year ago. and another early today boosted I Wisconsin's highway toll for the nomic Carley said, "as indicated by personal income, per- centage of labor force gainfully James E. Schulz, 25, of Cas- cade, died early today when the sports car he purchased Saturday employed and announcements of left Highway 67, a quarter of investments in new plant and j mile north of Plymouth and over- equipment." turned in a ditch. Police said he The report showed these 1959 fell asleep. projects: 31 new industries; 7 new branches of out-of-state firms; 10 new branches by Wisconsin firms; 9 out-of-state firms relocating in Wisconsin; 20 in-state relocations by Wisconsin firms; 32 additional new plants in the same city by Wisconsin firms; and 70 expan- sions of existing plants. HITCH IN PLANS DENVILLE, N.J. San- ta Claus who was to descend by airplane at a children's Christmas party Sunday found he would have! done better to rely on reindeer. 1 The light plane cracked up as it vas landing to pick up Santa. No one was hurt. Peter Schuoemann, 19, of Eagle, died in a hospital at Fort Atkinson Sunday several hours after he was injured in a crash near Palmyra on Highway 59. The car in he was a passenger veered out of control and hit a culvert. or Chairman Earl W. Kintner told the delegates that FTC's records on thousands of cases against gyp operators contain information which 'the public needs and hasn't been getting." If this conference proves use- ful, Kintner said in his prepared opening statement, it will become the first in a series of meetings to which additional groups will be invited. The consumer education cam- paign was conceived before the quiz show and payola scandals, but has gained impetus from these. Injured in Fall From Moving Car A 3-year-old Wisconsin Rapids ioy is reported as "coming along 11 right" in a Wausau hospital where he is being treated for head injuries received when he fell from a moving auto Sunday forenoon. Bernard Musch III, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Musch Jr., 941 Chase St., was riding in the back seat of a car driven by 'his mother on Highways 13-73. seven miles east of a.m. Gronf Backs University Urban Study MILWAUKEE A stiiJy of urban problems in Wisconsin population centers will be under- taken by the University of Wis- consin and paid for by a one million dollar grant expected from the Ford Foundation. Much of the research and train- Sunday when he fell out of the ing wil1 be ccntered m Milwaukee, vehicle. They were returning other phases will be carried Wisconsin Rapids from Marshfield. lout in Madison and in communities The boy was brought to River- view Hospital and was then trans- ferred by ambulance to the Wau- of the Fox River Valley. Dr. J. Martin Klotsche, provost hospital. Physicians there de-iof the University of Wisconsin- clined to elaborate on the extent Mlhvaukee, said Saturday the LAST CIVIL WAR VET Waller Williams, honored as the last surviving veteran of tfie Civ- il War, died Saturday at Houston, Tex. He gave his age as 117 years. This picture shows him dressed in Confederate uniform at Bergstrom Air Force Base at Austin, Tex., in 1954 when he was honored as commander of the day. Flags Mark Vet's Death HOUSTON, Tex. las of the faded ranks of the Blue and the Gray, Walter W. Williams !ay in state today in a gray anc ;old uniform symbolizing his be- oved Confederacy he served near- ly a century ago. The nation's flags flew at half- staff by executive order in honor of the Civil War's last survivor "No Further Tax Offers' -Nelson MADISON (AP) Gov. jaylord Nelson said today le is open to some "serious talk" with Republicans on ending the current legisla- tive deadlock but is through offering compromise propos- First Would Be in Paris April 27, Allies Decide PARIS (AP) President Eisenhower sent a letter to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev today inviting him to the first of a series of summit meetings, to "consider inter- national questions of mutual concern." Similar letters are going from the British and French chiefs of government, as a followup to their Western sum- mil conference over the weekend. Eisenhower said this mooting agreed it is desirable that the East West summit session "com one from time to time in each other's countries to discuss _ the world J-110. communique from the Big The first meeting will convene Vour leaffirmcd the West's deter- in I'ans April 27 if Khrushchev mination to yield no basic rights accepts the arrangements. ,in divided u ..reaffirmed The Big Four, in their invila-'the principles set forth in a four- tions to the Soviet leader, ruled power communique of the 14th of out the participation of divided December, 1958 and the declara- Gennany, Red China and India, tion of the North Atlantic Council Eisenhower said goodby to Paris of the 16th of December, 1958." als of his own. The sting- ng from a second Senate re- fection of his income tax .vithholding plan indicat- ed he saw little merit in fur- after a briet meeting today with These documents, pledging to British Minister Harold Macmil- defend Berlin against Soviet ag- lan, French President Charles de gression, represent a return to JGaulle and West German Chan- early Western positions in the Ge- cellor Konrad Adenauer. He foreign ministers conference to Madrid. Departure Ceremonies The ceremonies of his departure this year. Deadlocked Talks That conference ended in dead- from Paris were unusually brief. after the West proposed con- Mounting the steps of his orange- cessions to get an interim settle- nosed jetliner, after the playing ofiment in Berlin. These concessions the Star Spangled Banner and lhejnow apparently are out. They in- ther personal overtures to end a Marseillaise, he turned and said eluded a trimming of forces and dispute over state finances. "goodby." "I have no other proposals at .he present time at Nelson :old a news conference, "but I'm always open to a suggestion to sit down and try to talk it out." Agreeable to Surtax The governor repeated h i s statement of Friday that he would accept a surtax increase to meet 1960-61 budget deficit of some 23 million dollars, if Republicans propose it. He said there was still a chance the Legislature would settle on such a stopgap tax proposal. The surtax, set at 25 per cent next! year, would have to be boosted about 45 per cent to cover the deficit. In another blast at the GOP'. White House press James C. Hagerly said the secretary he "Prcs-LGTermans some curbing of propaganda in Berlin, and treating with East as agents of the Soviet -liu tjf 11 iw J. iVO ITT- ident thinks the accomplishments i.un on tne subject communi- were fine" at the four-power West-'catlon lines- crn summit. In his private talks I 31aScrty said Eisenhower, how- with De Gaulle, however, the felt tnere 1S arnple'room for President apparently failed to win any and all problems De Gaulle over to the American jlnyolving Berlin. view that French air forces should' HaScrty a'so said the idea for the series of summit meetings does not commit the next Ameri- can president. The April meeting likely would be the only such meeting in 1980, since the U.S. presidential campaign will get un- der full steam next summer. The Western view limiting the (conference to the Big Four pow- [ers was made in instructions which the ambassadors in Mos- cow make orally to the Soviet Property Tax Relief Seen As Necessary MADISON (AP) A citizens' nn tand that budget balancing can' jUnion. await the report of a citizens' I on tax rcvlMon ij. s Ambassador Llewellyn of his injuries. university had been informed that An auto operated by Elaine R.lthe grant would made, but -kerven, 35, Port Edwards no official notification had the rear of one driven by Farnum'been recelved- L. Bouton, 19, 850 Harrison St., I Klotsche said the grant would as the latter stopped suddenly to allow a study which should prove avoid another vehicle which had valuable in solving urban prob- Jit'" "'If" entered Highway 54, a half Work should begin in about1 y east of the city, at p.m. Sat-'s'x months. his comrades and the soldiers oi the Union. "With millions of Americans throughout our land, I pause in respectful President Eisenhower said in a statement released by the White House. Victim of Pneumonia Williams won countless battles against serious illness in recent years. He died Saturday of com- plications that followed his fourth attack of pneumonia since sum- mer. Relatives placed his age at 117. "The wounds of the deep and bitter dispute which once divided our nation have long since healed, and a united America in a divided world now holds up on a larger canvas the cherished traditions of liberty and justice for the President said. "No are they the Blue and the Gray. AH rest together as Americans in honored glory. An era has ended Tributes also came from many other public officials, slung with messages of sympathy from citi- zens of all walks of life. Texas Gov. Price Daniel and ommittee report on tax revision ncar agreement today on a Thompson was told to make it ext spring, Nelson said: "The objective of those who 'recommendation that real to the Soviets that any "ob- personal property tax relief should servers" at the summit role be a part of any revamped Wis- Played bv and West Ger- ,any in the Geneva foreign min- want to delay is purely political and obstructive. A session, in _____ ______ ___ May, the reconvening time pro-j individual "on'the subject isters conference this year posed by GOP will aired in a discussion overjbe "inappropriate." consin revenue structure. plish nothing. The governor said he doubted 8 South Carolina Gov. Fritz Hollings paid their respects visit. personally. a weekend No Ice "You tell me when we're going to get some cold weath- er and I'll tell you when we will flood some skating rinks." City Engineer Alan R. Eng- Icr answered a Tribune query with that remark today. He said there is not enough frost in the ground to permit flood- ing, but added that every ef- fort will be made to provide skating rinks as soon as possi- ble. "The holiday season is the time when ice skating is most Englcr said, "and we'll flood the rinks the first chance we i the state administration's role ot' Thls conformed to the wishes of tax collector for local govern- ments. i Few Limitations James Doyle of Madison, one of The Eisenhower note to Khrush- the group's three subcommittee chev made plain the President chairmen, offered a resolution wants a wide-open summit meet- proposing that the slate "continue nig where discussions can range or even increase collection ol far. revenues for local governmental President Eisenhower, British purposes." Prime Minister Harold Macmillan Under questioning by John Lobb and French President Charles de of Milwaukee, another subcommit- Gaulle wound up their talks by tee chairman, Doyle said he was charting the steps to be taken to thinking of greater revenue col- the summit that Khrushchev has lection at the state level through long been cljmoring for. an income tax, a sales tax, or West German Chancellor Kon- both, in order to get more local rad Adenauer also attended the distribution to offset the properly weekend summit meeting tax. 8 Doyle's resolution was not put to a vote Hut it prompted Ch.in- man Miller Upton. Beloit College president, to say it appeared theie was general agreement Ui.it KM! property now carries too he.uv a tax buiden Several members (lien asked the chairman to amend his statement to include personal property. Honorary General Glittering Ceremony irday. Damage amounted to 175. "It should have a terrific im- pact on the university and the' .The body lay in a- specially de- community." he said, and casket of solid copper! "Urban development is the coming i.lnged Wlth On its velvet) problem of the next century." lining rested five white stars[ The grant. Klotsche explained, of the honorary rank S shopping; days left Shah of Iran Takes Bride TEHRAN, Iran (AP) Pretty young Farah Diba be- wives because they failed to bear. came the new Queen of Iran today amid hopes that she will h.im an. heir to the throne. Theiresearch into forccs make would enable the university to attract outstanding scholars in the fields of urban history, sociology, land use and design. The study will center on basic MADISON Set Hearing Bid for Sanitary Dist. The Grand Rapids Town Board Saturday jccepted a petition for a second sanitary district in the 'township and will hold a public hearing on the proposal at 1 p m. Jan. 11. The proposed district would be bounded by Kingston Rd., 32nd St., >erl' feller's farm program, Humphrey Washmtgon Ave. and Highway 54. Humphrey Will Compete in if a Candidate Wn him hv co genera. Humphrey of Minnesota, who .stilljsaid. "it's made up of old mo- Onc unitary district has already given him by a service orgamza- ha.sn-t madc hls Democratic posal.s under new labels been formed. lion. The old soldier will rotunda of the Harris County Civil 8 provide a son and heir for the throne. With radiant smiles the 21-year-old brunette with brown eyes and light olive complexion married Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlevi in a Moslem ritual in the marble palace. She thus became Queen Farah Pahlevi. It was the first marriage for the young Iranian commoner, who until recently was a student" in architecture in Paris. It was the third marriage for the Shah, who at 40 still hopes for a son to suc- ceed him. forsook the traditional white in fa- vor of a shade specially designed for her by Yves Saint Laurent, head of the Paris house of Pior. first wife, an Egyptian an urban area and how they, Brinq Suit to Force bore him a daughter. Princess to metropolitan area Shanaz. problems; public service through extension divisions of the univer- sity and the education of special- Queen Soraya Divorced He divorced Queen Soraya 20 months ago after a childless but obviously happy red-haired Iranian beauty now Heavy Rock Crushes lives in Europe. Speaking to newsmen Sunday, the Shah explained that aside Kaukauna Boy, 9 Removal of Tavern The city of Wisconsin Rapids, through City Atty. Robert Bender, has filed suit in County Court for a write of restitution, which would order Raymond I. Schultz, opera- dential candidacy official, closed i As he considered millionaire The hoard also approved three ianother Wisconsin tour during the'Rockefeller, Humphrey bemoaned documents relating to the owner- weckend after making these hU own lark of wealth, saying, operation of Alexander Points: I've got is Hubert Humphrey! F'e'd as recommended by the 1. He won't announce until a few good friends and a good Wood County Municipal Air- January whether he will get inlo.mossagp jport Commission. These include the race. Humphrey repeated that the 'ne offer and acceptance of Tn- 2. If he decides to run, he won't United States should e.Vend Airways, Inc., stock; an of- compete in the early New on nuclear bomb I by Nckoosa-Edwards Paper shire primary but will enter the testing. He also said he had to make land available for Wisconsin race in April. jplan for a permanent ban on'futurc expansion; and a con- Humphrey's decision to stay out such tests. His proposal provides! tract between the corporation and of the New Hampshire balloting'for: Continuation of the mor-itor- tlie municipalities providing apparently steins from strong New ium, inspection of all big blasts, ror leasing privileges during 1960. England support from Sen. John a moratorium on smaller" blasts, action at the board's asiae The shade is just a bit off whitejfrom human reasons he is marry KAUKAUNA J o   10- hljnted fossils in rich in the quarry. tive spirit. Flags napped in is not. His father, Rezal The boy died of suffocation be- Theater Co. Oet. 1 and'for the race in Wisconsin, uhielii Humphrey said (lint "food, fiber.' it to Schultz for per Humphrey considers a friendly education and health should be1 month. On Oct. 24 the city order-next door neighbor. .put to work for peace" I for 11 a m. Jan. 2. Wisconsin Weather was a orated with bunting and the na- tional colors. The Shah divorced his first two "'my three men could ve the who seized power in 1921 and had rock which fell on his chest after himself crowned Shah in Shah he loosened a smaller rock sup- 8 i porting it. led Schultz to move out by Humphrey came to Wiscoasin 1, but he has not done so. .Friday in the wake of a visit by County Judge Byron B. Conway New York Republican Gov. Nelson ruled this morning that his court Rockefeller, considered an unan- has jurisdiction in the matter. Itinounced candidate for his party's scheduled for trial Jan. 6. jpresidential nomination. Of Rocke-i at eioudinosj toniqhf and The senator called Friday Ashland, Merrill, Rhmeiander, An-, perTion tigo and Wausau, and on Saturday imolt ef. NO important stopped at Watertown a.id Portage1 Lew tom.ht before winding up his trip with a press conference at Madison. for 44 hr. st, mln. If,   

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