Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - November 11, 1955, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Forty-Second Wisconsin Friday Nov. 11, 1955 Faure Stakes Life of Government On New Election Redistricting PARIS Premier Edgar Faure today staked the life of his government on a revision of the system for electing deputies to the National The which will come will be the fourth demand Faure has made on the Assembly in less than four weeks to show its confidence in his If the Assembly backs the pre- mier the government's plan for parliamentary elections in December six months ahead of schedule will still be But its future by no means will be If Faure he will have to Lost It Once As in the previous confidence the deputies will have at least one sobering thought that may stay their hand from ping off the government's Under the if two are booted out within 18 months by a majority of the entire the Cabinet and the president of the republic could dissolve Parliament and call for new Pierre Mendes-France lost the ship by such a majority only last By hurling from the deputies many of whom are not anxious to face the voters just still have to go to the And they would enter tions under the present electoral law which many deputies The deputies have not been able to on what kind of system they do They re- one deputy to the Assembly from each voting The assembly rejected the dis- system twice last They turned thumbs down on it again early today 298-293 when the came back to The suggestion for a return to straight proportional tion then came up in the This is an idea the Communists They think it would give them at least 150 seats instead of the 94 they now hold. The Socialists also swung into line behind portional ly enough votes were available to assure the plan's at this point five in- dependent Republican ministers threatened to resign from Single Copy Seven Molotov Spikes Ike's Aerial Check in Offering New Plan Press Breakdown Makes Tribune Paper Ike Spending Last Full Day in Business Agenda Light A second major breakdown of its press in two days prevented at 3 p.m. It resulted when a page the Wisconsin Rapids Daily une from publishing its Thursday edition in time for distribution to carrier subscribers during the late afternoon and plate worked loose and a segment of the broken plate lodging between two steel ders on the lower deck of the arrangements w e r e This in turn cracked a col- made with the Stevens Point Daily lar on the end of one of the Journal to print the Tribune on the Journal press last night and transport them back to Wisconsin Rapids in time for delivery this rePairs are not expected to be completed until this after- By MARVIN L. ARROWSMITH DENVER is dent Eisenhower's 48th and last full day in Fitzsimons Army Tomorrow it's off to ington and a joyous The mood at the hospital on this final the nurses and all the others who for the 65-year-old a joyous Because of the extent of the have cared They are all so re- his damaged heart is mending Eisenhower undoubtedly is piest of all although his wife is feeling mighty good about the way things are With check-out time just a day Thursday's breakdown occurred It is hoped the press the President's business agen shortly after the press had started be in operation in time for the da was beinS kePl light to assure Apathy Peril To Says Brazeau regular Friday as much last minute rest as Wednesday's breakdown He had no i a cutter which cuts the ment scheduled today ex- dividual papers off the web just before they enter the It caused an 8-hour delay in and the Wednesday edition was not delivered to subscribers until Thursday outside enemy can threaten i Press Time our American system of freedoms 11 different suggestions last i so as our own a week before Faure won a dence 330-211, on the simple question of advancing the election The to end the present sembly session then went to the Council of the upper House of That body approved it early yesterday but tacked on a demand for adopting American system of electing Less than of the 8.700 subscriber copies had been run off Wednesday afternoon when cept for his chief Sherman Departure from the hospital is Veterans Day banquet audience j the breakdown That was was told by Richard S. Brazeau I about p.m. When repairs were at the American Legion clubhouse completed and the press Rural Polio Shot Clinic Is Scheduled Polio immunization clinics in rural Wood County have been scheduled for children vvho had their first shot last spring and for whose parents requested the booster shot last Miss Leone Wood County Public Health has ed the following Nov. High 9 for pupils from Plank and Babcock for pupils of Nekoosa a.m. for Nekoosa mentary and Alexander The center at Port Edwards High School at p.m. will date pupils from the Port Edwards Pine Grove and Green Grove Nov. Vesper Com- munity 9 for pupils from Vesper North and Spring The Arpin Graded School center at a.m. will be for Arpin Meadow Woodland Bethel Parochial and Dairy Belt Grove Graded and Model School pupils will report to the center in the Grove Graded School at 1 p.m There will be a center at Two Mile School at 2 p.m. Nov. 16 Blenker Milladore Graded and Mill Creek pupils will report at 9 a.m. to the Blenker Parochial The center at Auburndale High School at a.m. will be for Auburndale graded and chial At 1 p.m. there will be a center at Hewitt Parochial School for students of that tion and for Hewitt Mill Creek Evergreen dy Nook and Webster Ba- kerville Parochial center will commodate pupils from that school as well as from Golden East Hill Lone Ri- Shady Cameron's Far Long and Oak at p.m. Nov. 17 ed and Pearl Graded pupils report to former school at 9 dren's Choice center is at a.m. The center at the Pittsville High School at 1 p.m. will be for pupils from City Rocky West Cary Wallace and Good Cheer pupils with Pittsville Graded students to report at p.m. Nov. 18 The center at 9 a.m. in the Rudolph Public School will be for pupils from dolph Rudolph Hill Lone Lent Maple and Pleasant here Wednesday erosion of individual dom starts with lack of interest in local affairs and unwillingness to Award Voice Of Democracy Prize to Dunn Jim 17. 640 4th Ave. was selected winner of the run the time was Carrier boys had been notified j consin Rapids Jaycee Voice earlier in the evening that Democracy it was papers would be distributed to of an- homes sometime during the be bothered the failure of you j night and that they were to cover and your neighbors to get things j their routes this Head pressman Edward ski and his Leonard worked straight through the supper hour and well past mid- night to put the press in operating condition and complete the off of Wednesday's It was just short of a.m. when they left the after cleaning up the press and putting it in ness for printing today's done the speaker Brazeau's address highlighted the Legion's annual dinner gram in observance of Veterans scheduled this year in ad- vance of the Nov. 11 date in order to avoid conflict night store Ceremonies Friday The traditional with Friday ceremonies in Flood of Calls The Tribune tribute to the ans of all wars will be held day with a parade down West Grand Ave. at ed by a brief but impressive al of homage to be conducted in the center of the Jackson St. i Master of ceremonies at switchboard was flooded with telephone calls u ing the late afternoon and early j consin State Stevens today by Ken contest As winner of the script writing and speaking Dunn was presented with an engraved plaque and a U. S. savings A recording of his speech has been entered in competition against other local winners in the Four national selected from the state will re- an trip to D. C. in Each receive a television set and a Professor Norman E. Knutzen of the English department at as subscribers inquired about the delay in At the Wood County Telephone was the contest He reached his decision after ing to identified only Manager H. B. Flower said I by a of the five contest night's banquet was ter Wood County Legion on the and they were in the each of whom received a certificate LCI vv UUU commander He Donald being and were Frank Peterson presented tn commander of Post No. 9, and Mrs. Lawrence president of Auxiliary Unit No. 9, for brief remarks prior to introducing the principal Bespeaks Gratitude Pointing out that have many holidays which we celebrate and many days which we recognize in this Brazeau said that have never felt that Veterans Day has received the attention and understanding which as a grateful should render to it. day and the prosperity and freedom which we are able to enjoy in this Country have been earned for us through the lives and blood of many of the finest products of our To them we owe the deepest we owe to them the deepest duty to see that their 9 able to put through all of the calls intended for the newspaper These Flower totaled more than in a period of less than four The management of The une today expressed its tion for the and under- j standing of for the determined efforts of its pressmen in accomplishing the for the work of its circulation staff and carriers in delivering the pers as expeditiously as and for the fine service rendered by operators of the Wood County Telephone Co. under difficult and Jane both of Port Don Rt. 1, and Kathleen 950 Ave. N. fixed for about a.m. MST morrow and 30 minutes later he will take off for Washington his private bine His doctors agreed that the President could have left the pital a few days ago if he had been willing to be carried aboard the But he insisted that when he did leave he was going to be able to walk up the 19-step Now he is able to do he walked up and down a 20-step flight of stairs at the pital a half dozen To Give Message In going up the ramp to his plane at Lowry Air Force Base Eisenhower will pause on about the seventh step at a in place there and ad- dress the nation briefly on sion and He probably will express thanks for the prayers for his recovery and for the tens of thousands of messages he has He also plans another brief in- formal talk on arrival at the ington There will be a reception there and greetings from crowds along the route from the airport to the White which Eisenhower left Aug. 14 for a Colorado work and play He was stricken in Denver Sept. 24. To Visit at Farm After a weekend of rest at the j White the President will travel on Monday to his farm at for further con- His eagerness to get started East was apparent yesterday as he posed for photographers with President Carlos Castillo Armas of Standing in the hospital corridor in a biege robe over light yellow hower talked about a and departure for Washington He did so in chatting with ward T. veteran White House reporter for the ton Post and Times who represented his colleagues at the later President Eisenhower rides from the Washington Na tional Airport to the White House Friday the thou sands who line the streets maj notice a change in is leaner than he was be Wants U.S. to Quit Geneva Conference Lists Proposal Rejected by Envoys Before By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER GENEVA S o v i e t i Foreign Minister V. M. this country should quit HIP Ge- neva foreign ministers conference because of refusal of Soviet sia to permit German unification by free in a statement from his office also opposed for trade with Iron Curtain countries or exchange of tural with the No Alternative Pointing to Soviet Foreign ister Molotov's statement at Ge- neva McCarthy said it Secretary Dulles with no alternative but to break off the Geneva continue the conference in the teeth ot this of Sox let imperialistic designs proposal for Soviet aerial arms inspection in offering to the foreign ministers conference a global disarmament While praising Eisenhower's Molotov told the Big Four conference Russia's at- toward the proposal as it stands is but would not necessarily be so all He in stated tions which the United Britain and France have ly Objected New Approach Russia could approach the plan Molotov measures under it were CHIPPER dapper ident displaying a polka-dot tie under his hospital smiles broadly as ho comes President Carlos Castillo Armas at Army Colo. fore his heart but is down now to his Point which his doctors say is He weighs 172 the same as he did 45 years ago when he was a loss of weight since he en- ital here four or five pounds at the but it seems to have taken place where it would be most noticeable the region under his chin. He is now less jowly than he But Folliard also reported his familiar his eves are as blue and keen as He has all his old vivacity and that aura that has always characterized and Capture Bandit in State Bank Holdup W. GERMAN MOVE GENEVA German For- eign Minister Heinrich Von teno said today his government would go ahead with establishing diplomatic relations with Moscow despite Soviet blocks to German r WINS Dunn High School an engraved plaque for being picked as winner of the Jaycee Voice of Democracy Ken contest makes the presentation while the youth's and Mrs. James V. the Staff CHICAGO agents Wednesday captured a 24-year-old West De truck driver and handyman who they said admitted he was the bandit that held up the State Bank a week ago and escaped with Agents seized Homer Willison a a North Side address where h had been staying with a woma identified by the FBI only as The FBI said that Willison claims that the robbery he had a guilty conscience and gav the money to various persons h came in contact Agents re covered about of the loot from Willison and another from a person identified only as one he came in contact with Near Michigan The only three miles from the Michigan border in northeast was robbed a week ago Wednesday by a neatly dressed gunman who missed in large denomination bills in a er not opened for him by the The gunman entered the bank about p.m. received change Cor a at a teller's stepped pulled on a pair of black leather gloves and a pistol against the back of a He handed a paper shopping bag to the cashier and ordered him to empty the cash A warrant filed Monday with the U. S. Commissioner in waukee accused Willison of ing up the who has a wife at De was quoted by the FBI as saying he and roamed about the Wisconsin the day of the He drove to Chicago the next Authorities declined to say how Willison was traced to except that it was on a tip from Wisconsin according to the used a six-year-old car to escape alter the es who said the bandit had shaky reported the rear license number of the car was covered by a In the FBI Willison had the car repainted a blue and cream The FBI also said Willison been drinking pretty since arriving in 17 Agencies Receive Full Fund From Chest Due to the success of this year's South Wood County Community Chest meeting at the Elks Club Wednesday was able to approve payment of 100 per cent of original allocations to its 17 participating The directors decided that amounts received above the quota would be placed in the emergency The campaign is presently over the quota of Officials said a few small pledges have not yet been Donations to the Chest are still being Drive co-chairmen Port and George Mead Wisconsin were com- mended by the board for the lent job done on this year's drive Thomas W. McLean of board named a public relations committee consisting of Dr. Paul William mann and The ice's fund ion will be to promote and publicize the activities of the Chest throughout the Although its major task of the 1955 fund-raising drive o a successful conclusion has been the board will remain by meeting once a month until the annual public meeting to be taken in close relation to the task of reducing arms and prohibiting atomic Molotov introduced in the con- ference a proposal for further con- sideration of the Eisenhower plan and other proposals made by Britain and France on dis- He demanded again that the Big Four immediately re- the use of atomic weapons as the first step and invite other states to join in the But his speech struck at the heart of the proposition which hower made to the summit con- ference here in Secretary of State John Foster Dulles told the conference ing Molotov's statement that the purpose of Eisenhower's plan was to take a practical step ward disarmament by creating conditions of confidence and making impossible effective surprise attack with ing Molotov Proposal Pending agreement on an inter- national convention on reduction of Molotov proposed that the Big Four an obligation not to be the first to use atomic and hydrogen weapons against any country and they call upon other states to join in this The language of this idea was adopted from the remarks of Pre- mier Nikolai Bulganin at the in The Molotov statement d no new ideas from the belore the directors sian Thus the existing total East-West disagreement continued to threaten to paralyze progress on all issues of the Two of these issues are serve no useful and would create still further dangers to the Western he there is nothing more to be at Geneva by either the or ourselves on the question of Germany and Eu- ropean This means conference will dribble off on the subjects of East-West trade approaches in the light of Molotov's of Communist for our to try to work out ments that will strengthen the sian economy and that further the sending of Communist to the Uni- States and Western McCarthy said Secretary Dulles credit for standing firm at Geneva for the American policy of a free and unified is now his duty to return to the United States to advise the American people that the recent Communist peace offensive has been fraudulent and set about restoring our Soviet policy to a realistic next Appearing were hvo representatives of Catholic Welfare Bureau the P. Dall of LaCrosse and the Michael J. of They told of the able work of their but dill not make a formal request for inclusion in the 1956 Those agencies benefited by the 1955 and the amount they will Badger Home for the South Wood District Boy dren's Service Wood County 4-H Council Girl Nekoosa Nekoosa Port Port Edwards tion Aid Assn. for Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin American Wisconsin and Wood Wisconsin Mental Heart United Wellare Hearing Service County Emergency Also to be paid out of the total are Chest dues of and campaign expenses estimated at Grand Jury Refuses to Indict Pair to be taken up and proposals to lift some Iron Curtain barriers to travel and But Western diplomats said only a radical twist in Soviet policy re- storing the friendly atmosphere of last July's summit ence could brighten prospects of accomplishing anything on these Saw a Chance The world's hopes for ending the atomic arms race greatly depend upon a spirit of confidence among the great Such a encouraged at the summit led some Western officials to 9 2 Children Die in Fire White Men Freed of All Charges Miss. Two white men today free of all charges in the celebrated case of Emmett the 14-year-old cago Negro boy who disappeared vacationing on his uncle's in A Leflore County grand jury erday declined to indict white Roy 24, and J. W. 36, on charges of Till from the cabin of his Less than a month a trial ury in a neighboring county found he two innocent of murdering Till on grounds there was reasonable doubt about ification of a battered body pulled rom the Tallahatchie question now said Secretary Roy Wilkins f the NAACP in a statement in York jurors have determined that Milam and Bryant did not kidnap and murder young who did commit the Wilkins said the grand jury which cancelled bonds posted by the two as no surprise to anyone acquainted with the administration of justice in Mississippi Till's Mrs. M a m i e Bradley of commented about everything lias run out on me 1 don't know what to I don't sec I hey could fail to indict those She said she was thinking of fil- ing a civil suit hut had no money and further action up to the Mrs. Bradley was in a recent tiff with the Negro which dropped her from a proposed fund raising tour of U western cities for a lee or one-third of the plus expenses At the murder she the body as her including a doctor and an disputed the contending the body was in the water too long to be The 20-man grand jury called four men who testified for the state in the murder They were Till's Mose farm hand Willie a Negro who worked on a plantation owned by Milam's iff George Smith and Deputy John Ed Wright and Reed moved to cago alter the sensational saying they feared for their lives in Yesterday in Wright hasn't got any and mean they don't apply the law the same to the Negro and the white man in Things are pretty bad for the Negro in WAUSAU Two little boys died today in flames that flashed through their home while their mother and other tried to locate the Dead were Dale Barthles 2, and Danny 16 A 3, was rescued by her Mrs. Barthels also found Dale and carried him out of the burning but he was Mrs. Raymond who lived downstairs in the rural two-family said she thought she smelled smoke and went An oil truck driver saying he also thought he had seen smoke from the Mrs. Barthels came downstairs and the three saw a sudden burst of flames from the upper Mrs. Barthels then ran rescued Marcia and found Dale's body before flames drove her from the The building since there was no water supply for firemen to WISCONSIN Cloudy with and Friday with Mr M 1.111.1 MM. 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