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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 4, 1959, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Tribune A TRACTIVE Forty-Sixth Wisconsin 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 ated with fop honors Wednesday at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Colo. Here the top cadet of the Academy receives his diploma from James H. Secretary of the Air while military and civilian dignitaries look on at Nicaragua Doubling Its Army Nicaragua j j Nicaragua began doubling army today ia the wake of g vasion thrusts by opponents of Luis The buildup of the armed forces got under way though ir was officially announced the small band of rebels who in- 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 numbers about 2.000 in guard re- are being called up forj To support its claim that ihe oa the the government was taking for- eign correspondents fo the area in Discoverer Try Is Presumed Failure VANDENBERG AIR FORCE Calif. black blasted aloft in an Air Force attempt to 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 to 5tofp> Discoverer for IW then parachute in their conditioned j something west j has heard nothing The projectile Six lawmakers three from escaped the to that now provided for i became of speed The now a Ready for fluctuates slightly with the Planes had been poised to try a cost of Hving difficult aerial catch over The would Doost legislative But officials had given them for the second session in a only one chance in 700 of The 1957 Legislature raised a making the The pick have been of their j two-year pay of an the first A elected to CONVENIENT PAYMENT Twenty-five penalty boxes Four-Part Formula Is Offered 1 By 31. HIGHTOWER GENEVA Top Western officials said today the United 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 Soviet Foreign Andrei Gromyko was ed to have given some signs that the Kremlin may be ing to drop its demand that the Western powers give up their occupation rights in according to in- has in the iast few days shown some elasticity in his but the highest ern leaders do not know whether he yet has instructions from Soviet Premier Gromyko has been put under have been located throughout the business making it 1 heavy pressure to convenient for recipients of parking tickets to pay their with concessions that would in retrieved alive from orbit i four-year now draws 514.-! Envelopes are attached to the and the inserted effect dear the way to a summit Two monkeys were fired into for that in the is to be dropped into the A penalty meter will HATS Graduating midshipmen at the Academy in foss their hats high into the air Wednesday in the traditional ceremony marking the end of graduation ex- A total of 795 midshipmen received diplomas at ihe from Cape Canaveral by The lawmakers ia the also remain at the City Tribune Reporter Bruce Estlund I Army May 28 but their trip also gave themselves an ex- examines one of the Staff ered only They allowance of up to not intended to go into during the time the Information from Wednesday's is in They Cuts Bomarc Funds launching will be used in a mileage Mouse runas the Project Mercury attempt Under the the 133 put man in orbit some two would begin drawing the I bonus next i the bin are M 1 At the mice Authors of Jane Dakin Tells of Hate for- army has said only about is els landed and that they were oni the point of But in San the Costa the Nicaraguan rebel er Enrique Lacayo claimed contingents MAUSTON A tale of tangled emotions and farmers were joining the undercurrents beneath the seemingly serene Jie said a Of upper middle class family life was told Jane Canyon and a large amount of 17-year-old high school to Juneau military equipment Authorities last Dec. 1, scarcely more than two hours after IO color blade was to Mother in Taped Confession times that of R. E. was nothing new to them Allen had trained for the flight in Thomas simulating the severe fey and Robert stresses to which they would I Radios on Their Backs j Strapped on their backs saddles were tiny relay their Defense Missile Compromise Seen Fed Progress Made U.S. Secretary of State Christian A. and British Foreign Selwyn Lloyd are both re- ported to feel that some progress has been It is sail very and could I Here are standout points is American evaluation of the as it nears the end its fourth 1. The Western powers are ing a progress in getting Gromyko to move toward some cut from budgeted funds for the had siain her parents with a rifle Here are excerpts from the four-hour tape recording Somoza's government also today to the Circuit Court jury hearing her trial on two counts pressing for the Organization first degree did you have any sad set another emergency TOOT mother at or Unit A intended to their I II Mail temperature and Schedule Clt T I activity back to IO color black was to i have shown the effects of any QFl In KanSaS based oa the 0 igree of i The Kan. A hail The Thor IRBM first stage Community to be in ot storm battered this prairie village second stage ct By JACK BELL A com- promise decision to continue both i the and Bomarc missile committee left in the grams at a was measure for reported in the making An influential congressional J. cial said he has beea Senate Armed rights of West ihe major objective of Lloyd and French For- gac the have add o pin 2 The summer schedule that Secretary of Defense Neil Committee earlier had cut 17 e at the plans to recommend a proposed 22 to be in for the authorization for Symbol of Protection 3. Lioyd and Coave de storm battered this prairie village second nest cuies and Bomarc saying are fully sad ia northwest Kansas for two hours die Air s today by But he said the secretary 7 so advised ia their sion for or The Oh we argue every W afl fte aboat J go and said I already revolutionaries and the work I Jane she practiced various were Wednesday covering the s was last heard from with a foot and a half of ice. by a telemetering ship miles i General Secretary Ray K. to propose to Eisenhower a reduction in for both of the since -ine y wm oe open except for both oi the since C A ieni of the damage hasn't south The a to 10 p m represent air But it will be or grs exercise against bombers at a tune wno ana tne worKi jane said tnai soe r T- don't do and school work music on the piano the of ae Tne A the way I act and all kinds mother and sister were torrential rain followed the Jail Youth for Burglary Effort like I then studied her advanced flooding many file roofs of four of missile attacks i to available to adults during This decision was ex- and several nomes had gone into orbit hours to depend in part on ine Air said its next for and reports receives on scheduled from to 10 p.m. ress toward obtaining the 7 What do you say and does she j What do people usually Nelson Has No Plans in Miss Dakin said that on the For Increasing Prisons cation Judge jail under the law for his part in the March 31 j burglary of Laundry I Jane said that for the past five States C Dry Cleaning plant in years she hadn't any of the affection her mother Riedel had requested the ally showed and that she nation when he pleaded guilty never kissed her As the hail pelted many the and astro- of the rockets used Wednesdays and if at least Survey Nearly Complete halt juvenile of Selden's 485 residents the j their homes for more Wednesday's launching stantial one Poor weatner and was JBH Stewart a 1 years are welcome if t secret that Western West Berlin do BK serve a military purpose so much as tae purpose of symbolizing Western protection of West 4. Gromyko has beea told re- that the Western powers i will not up basic Berlin and they will not agree jio Soviet to share ia ithe occupation of West An Four foreign his news half a billion scheduled session ia the race for space Crawfords Announce Birth of 4th Daughter foar vears of Men are invited to enioy a re- opposing converged quickly on and Mrs. John S. Crawford swim from until 1 contends congratulated on Paschen to the an additional problem for Marshfield to of Western forces in Berlin The vote was with Sen. and a reduction in a lea J. Ellender propaganda and ties But it was also expected 7 enlarge the prisons it row to the April 13. had gotten oe far more beneficial to toward persons nad previously been oat court charged with the samej WBai yoa abont the turning path on U.S. Highway Memorial Day in St. Joseph's 9 a m. to 9 p on for its now back to the d miles to the Hospital in The and 4pm. to 9 m. on contend it is needed to keep for on A fords also have a son l J was Raymond was sentenced to two days in the his the charge Kobert C. 21. was when he was i don t What is to two years at the Did yoss dislike her reformatory at Bay after pleading to a charge of j ent to kind of Pleading to a 01 was a false Assembly Advances To Cover Proposed Salary Increases I am. to 5-30 p.m. on Tuesdays and 2a Bomarc funds Cut accidents ia separated areas of have taken the b cf two tne The followed a by proposing cratic leadership of to taKe the Glean for state suggested on the bJl open to school to 10 p.m. on ine bSI carries an and died Wednesday sight wren s the car which he was bridge ea Highway 35 Hundreds at Second Iowa Victim and wait I t Donald's brother 8. tiw mtd north to MX ic TBi Ms iS Ul- taca farti t know where the for not including the would bave permitted walked from the hospital Riehle posed pay boosts in the budget by firms that to Uie family car for the short V f n spree which tee offered the governor has been prescriptions for lenses to her approval by keep his budget figures j The tumor was not and by l p.m. that portfolio also his aad the couple's quite a few boys and girls of estimates for 1359-80 have three were The school age had already assembled passed through the of husband and two children awaiting the
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