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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - September 18, 1959, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin A C E W S P A P E R Forty-Sixth Wisconsin September Single Copy Ten Cents Vanguard Satellite Blasted Into Orbit in Final Effort of Series HOW KHRUSHCHEV'S CAR WAS policemen surrounded Nikita chev's automobile in New York Thursday as the Soviet Premier rode from Penn Station to the Waldorf This scene was along 34th Shows Flashes of Temper Successful Flight Helps to Atone tor Earlier Flops CAPE Fla. The Vanguard III soared into orbit today and revived sagging U.S. in the space exploration The 100-pound satellite was boosted aloft by the last lof the Vanguard The once the goat for American space thus ended its luck history on a triumphant The success followed two straight American space Just 14 hours a rocket fizzled in an attempt to place a 265- pound navigation satellite in bit. On a Jupiter sHe carrying mice and frogs on space flight exploded Nikita Tours Hyde Prepares for U.N. Speech above its launching The flops came while viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev this basking in the limelight of Sunday's ful Soviet moon Commander in Iceland Is Asked to Leave NEW YORK The great eling debate moves today to the stage of the United Soviet Premier tions with Nikita already showing Khrushchev made a 57-'ment signs of reported ready to spring a Soviet The Soviet after three full and rugged days The satellite was the third put up in 11 tries by the It includes the 50-pound payload Gilbert Pritchard has been and the 50-pound third-stage relieved of his command in which remained iland 'm wake of airport -in- HYDE PARK AT Y Hs was to measure lhat raised Icelandic magnetic solar against American forces micrometeorite j and temperatures Pritchard was commander of minute tour today of the late President Franklin D. estate on a outside the ihe air base at Keflavik Tapering Shape Icelandic officials were Shaped like an ice cream to have been forced Vanguard HI is made of guards to lie in mud be the highlight of another It is generally expected he will make some new surprise American dis- The Eleanor announcement regarding Khrushchev He Already he has promised Eisenhower had Soviet proposal oa the their discussions would not Khrushchev has centered each of his attention in the Western debate on the idea that the Soviet system inevitably overwhelm the Western It dis- cussion of the two systems that was standing outside the of speaking and lost his temper momentarily to visit the grave and It consists Personally Unacceptable public Thursday But be quickly recovered Ms usual Soviet Union's sphere with a 25-inch action was taken at the re- His appearance before the U.N. tube from iL The of is tapered from 6 to 2'i inches Force spokesman said to j State Department in In the tip of the cone is a Nelson Orders Conservation Dept. to Move Gov. Gaylord today ed the Conservation Department to vacate its headquarters in the state office building and move immediately to a downtown store Nelson's decision ended several weeks of wrangling over the proposed the Conservation Department be happy to allocate space Li the Capitol for director and for com- mission His statement was included in 3. letter to Conservation A CI ment Director Lester Department Objection Voigt had described the store building spaces as unfit and un- Nelson then gave the sion a chance to introduce native proposed four alternative the one of i these delay the moving After the completion of 1 Pledge More Strike Support where her husband to measure tne the move Was field and help because of the Icelandic pockets of dangerous did not reflect upon information may help i Of Proverbs the 5-foot-5 eerily snapped back at bis audience. Threatens He even threatened to walk out of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel's grand where he was ad- dressing the New York Nikita has His audience was made up i brought a big suitcase full of of about of the country's top industrial and business He had been personal After accompanied draw a map of the safest route it was explained the his had laid aito the moon and other that of 11 roses on the Orbit attache in a Mrs. Roosevelt tucked Mrs. Nine after the conducted the couple on j Space Administration tour of the Roosevelt Washington that radio signals the memorial library the satellite coming inj mementoes of the Roosevelt and HIGHEST AWARD Rick 14. son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 240 12th St. pins the traditional corsage on his mother after receiving Boy highest the Eagle Riley is a member of Troop 111. St. Vincent de Paul Staff Ambassador Thon had made a formal protest British Ofer U.N. Less Restrictive Arms Plan SAX FRANCISCO CIO unions are to an- Department prove a runa of some 2o to T f 30 dollars per month to aid striking The 135 were to their full pledge in their 66-day The strike fund is supposed to guarantee that no steel striker or goes and that space and available the have to space to the Under gn its j of the alternatives the de- cial union has plans each recuire to three months of work be- fere addition each of would be more sire than the use of the also would a orer doUars from are and ended up On the basis of information state Department a at NASA said NEW YORK Along with his other baggage for his duck praises his Indignities to Officials UNITED Britain's new disarmament takes it 2.329 miles from He said American guards at seems to drop some of the and 319 base nad forced the two officials conditions that have hampered a brief stop at Roosevelt's so about four miles guard m is following a path away at its Iat gunpoint to lie in puddles of East-West agreement in naa in evenly balanced East-West more scattered ana less Alternative Proposals The department's alternatives Under the proposal due for rental of a building that adoption today one of the been constructed on a million AFL-CIO members in Geneva early next Uest Sldc shopping use of is being asked to contribute an getting to New York in time to deliver his speech the own Three-Stage Proposal He proposed disarmament three agreement answering says enjoyed she of orbit is inclined 33 for 10 minutes and British Foreign Secretary and south of the to snoot opened Lloyd presented it to the As it swings down to the low General j The contention of the guard thus getting in ahead of a a Farm Bureau Federation hour's pny per week to the in ing oa the South union strike to tome space in the Should an court nuclear tests and technical southern headquarters at Nevm lion tne strike something I Anthony Eden promised to present a a restricted Pritchard had been in com- during his appearance imand for only about two fore the i be- tions with the same show of j ing the point that Russians V 11 the two officials had entered Premier Nikita Khrushchev joviality he had displayed way of doing behind him ail the time in the pea a guest Whispering if he was so. intent j At dinner Thursday night upon mutual Premier served up a Khrushchev and his spent were not the r people allowed to listen to U.S. Why weren't can newspapers and periodicals study conference on other Fish Hatchery near Madison or the union and would rental of store space in the cumulate to a strike later cutback in conventional arms and ping George AFL-CIO manpower and a cutoff in Nelson said the Department of record of the of fissionable material for Administration and members of asd its iiio erous selection of less than five minutes in the IS III and even gave a nod of The Air Force spokesman said and his sive disarmament by all staff had g and answering the Con- and even gave tion to an Before entering his allowed to circulate Discussing 46 Trapped In Coal Mine jhe turned to Roosevelt 62. is suffering rn of came here not a severe attack of fever his f J. p of the but to pav todav aviation agency were first Then he Of i A Slar in 1957 0 j m a German civilian plane to a Fast Return Tnp Jed an operation on the former ar in dark were to locate U S. i After they had proceeded told a reporter to Icelandic spoke in the j. ft ino new assignment for Pritchard policy debate 1Inder Departments objection been decided and no the first to lav al to it down a for in neu Observers of years ot has occupied for The Icelandic version was that disarmament talks to start in an negotiations also have a rather to this who Khrushchev's car left directly i prime minister to correct a comes jate must be content with for the Waldorf Astoria in New j condition picked 70 miles I The The same evening brought Mrs. walked Aden's come from a sentry appeared and Icelandic officials puddle with arms fingers apart ua the Ike to Press Aid Issue af Next Session in a address Americans to sv fooled by the Soviet ori nis current to me 3s an brcken record of deceit and on the oin of the Sovier saw particular move elements in even more than it aid six the gov j He did not say the second stage should be carried out is i- if has been progress 10- location the Urae solution of political in Kar Sldc office This ib He did not say the for m tnc next be free to resume or testing after 24 months if in that there had not been tory progress toward up the guard plans to hit Congress the police chief at for an increase in Back to Work After Unusual Quarantine of are gasped one fumes are The one of is located 10 miles of i Trouble started this a huge electric exhaust burst into spreading to the timbered props and As the flames ate the props causing cades of stone aud These falls partly blocked the More men have been the mine had it not been for a no words were leaving New and police The 1957 also in midtown was to remove the duct after sometimes at 60'an obstruction developed which an inspection system to a production in strong demands the foreign aid Rejection From 29. o weeks be- leaders said armament put before the cause he tried to revive a dyins had been dissuaded from 3 t i o n Disarmament with 5s back on the airport said the American sentry funds for action to lift Such conditions were laid down msn Eugene J. M said he was unable m the dark to bond interest ceilings in the last official dis- quarantined for two I attacks of Warm on Cold on Outside Sums Up Reception for Khrushchev Braves Lose 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 to session opens in a little more than France and the liff of a three States The to a Eisenhower is expected to sicn member of re- Tnc of the foreign aid it and OT 6 ordered M- -u 1 LOS ANGELES with some pointed references to c League Warren C. the Congress cut the The big have agreed Giles today formally denied a amount below his to resume iron n an two he test by Milwaukee in its losing The President was reported 10-r.alion in Geneva to kiss his game to the Los Angeles concerned with the In the the or his 2 He t. Sept. 3S tson of SCO million dollars em arc Soviet eat aH Tne based on a ball in his request have tre room their in began asd pressing o o Joe Adcock hit tnat for assistance in the notorious field screen told his news con- Manager Fred Haney and Thursday he hopes the j eral Manager John McHale of the Democratic dominated Congress tne the bail sailed will the heat of and Xo ticker tape showered down for the Soviet leader and stack beyond the screen act ntU year to raise the present But were HO mob scenes either When the car got should have called a home per cent interest on settled over the ran a long-term increase in 5n- couch and d By XEW YORK New York was a it looked at Waves of hostility smote him at some Waves the They to of applause asd laughter Hp him at Photographer Pays for Brutal Crimes in the Gas Chamber return to work Sanding on Park man dapped as the closed of swept past Another booed as hard as he And a hotel Khrushchev gave his Dodgers on to in Jaa wouldn't have stayed 5-7. have you couldn't for In Khrushchev In a to jf atmosphere was almost stood no before a Train No Only hammer and sickle floated be- m cafl rented the Stars and Stripes on one FERRYVILLE property carnage have the terest rates granted by Congress game sa nine 74. The en Series E and H Savings Bonds in 10 in- should stop the rush to cash them o Bat he said the lack of action to boost the on long-term visiting held that bonds was of the most Frank two-base otis that has happened to and SAN M a Los telev T on r. tou a Khrushchev's try that a leader of has castigated him the Soviet record tre garian invasion cay intrusions into azd Meany ihst tre Soviets under are roll c: war He Americans should re fooled ov ips By The a touch to sll of today for arezs -n part of state erea of the er Falls tre a of to nation's c: 2- E sac Matrer 30 ard Park Falls 32. La ST. Sorter arc urn pec an hoar with a beverage truck at 22. 6f La K but his was and soda bottles for ISO The front end of the One- bearing Burlington's Photograph why and can reach but you can't reach arrived tart inlo the twer as he Tem Momentary Alarm was Giles personally the United States the screen and Speaker Stripes on one when he and a man a good j cant em Earns Applause said a mounted But when Didn't Want to Outside another don't look like they'll r t g Donald Schreir held np placards that oat of but you can't Cheat His Employer sailer got The audience Ireland when Khrushchev looked will of Denis who 20 a .re that he thinks prison r is with the before to rape ci rate Congress passed the wailed and added that the administration told Associate Warden Vy Ann 2-s. both Los tre as as it could D Achuff his desire that Angeles San trace's in niy Southern divert from Sam Jc tre He rejected foreign aid in yr was crushed ia No were reported among ol the train which proceeded er a short ed for At that a siren Robert F. Wagner for 67 years in a locals Death Toll Reaches 55 the street It was only a with a sly realize left 30 Disaster car trying to you invited me here to compensate for any time through the of man this have wasted in their Khrushchev went In the from the O tld So it went aU wherever bumper the Italy be done in his behalf County area 31. made no to He also and his execution for strangling Judith Court Judge John A. in jWicker called revolting there side only one death On the pretext he was or Wisconsin Weather is graphing thera for crime mi in of recovered dead in this port After hearing Judge Glatman bound and gagged -n ir sound brought people surging after the Delea collapsed at his desk apartment house sentence in San Diego Dec. his He raped them and ward the point where pickets he here I and died at the age of 55 they were slowly 74
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