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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 9, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST-CRESCENT VOL L No. 61 26 A, B AmETON-NEENAIHMEMASMA, WB., SATUtOAY, MAY AMOClAtVD Price Seven Crate Gromyko Hopeful of Geneva Talks Success Nearly 150 Feared Dead in Tragedy On Nile Near Cairo River Boat Capsizes With About 300 Persons Aboard AP Former President Harry S. Truman points toward photographer during his 75th birthday celebration in New York. House Speaker Sam Rayburn of Texas had just presented Truman with a box containing two volumes of Civil war history. U. S. Salutes Harry Former President Hailed at Parties U. S. Civilian Pilot Freed by F. Germans Herter Sees Adenauer at Bonn Stopover Declares West In Full Accord On Its Proposals First Foreign Minister To Arrive for Sessions Starting Next Monday BY DAVE MASON Geneva Soviet For- eign Minister Andrei Gromy- routlne matters as agenda and procedure. The western powers have ko arrived today for nextjprepared a package plan. The week's Big Four foreign min-i'Russians want to give priority isters meeting and declared to Berlin and a German peace "we shall make every effort trcaly ,and object to bringing in1 western plans for German for this conference to and European se- curity at the same time. BY HERB ALTSCHULI, Bonn UR Sec. of State crowned with success." and navy frogmen today recovered an Christian A. Herter flew into; Gromyko, first of the 101-1 additional 40 bodies from the sunken hulk of the river ministers to reach here; Dandara, which capsized yesterday with a holiday picmcjand said the wesl is in full opening, was greeted by a crowd of about 300 persons aboard. j agreement on proposals toibjg turnout of Soviet bloc dip-; These were in addition to 10 bodies found last night. Police'carry jlomats. said at least 95 persons still are unaccounted for, placing Herter said he ;ward "to having looked the for-! stePPing from a hile lurboprop 'eacl a 17'm" rad the first Big Four foreign ministers parley since 1955. Sec. of State Christian A. Herter, after a stopover in Bonn for a conference with Plane at lhewest German Chancellor Ron- ciose ana irienaiy reiaiionsnip; 1H HoiAuaiinn __j the probable toll at nearly 150. The victims, mostly women and children, drowned C h a n c e ilor Adenauer 'leacl a 17'mf" ;rad Adenauer, and French i i _i! i i. c- ii ii i Gromyko repeated Soviet as- f oreien Minister Couve de craft sprang an underwater leak and which Sec. Dulles enjoyed. J n j 83 ye ir old West Cer s ns lllal most urg erit Murvi lie were also due to day. the heavily loaded craft sprang an sank about six yards offshore. Most of the victims were; man chancellor did not turn problems for the conference: British Foreign Sec. Selwyn Helmstedt, Germany Communist East Germany to- New York -W- The day_ He was frightenediday released Emory tion saluted Harry S. Trumanj__as he should have been? forj Vaughan, an American civil-] Cairo trapped beneath decks amid wild confusion. urTal were a peace treaty with the last of the big four, The tragedy occurred as the 200-ton, double-decker did when Dulles ar- many and liquidation of not coming until Sunday rived. Protocol does not occupation in Berlin. chartered by the Agricultural; Engineers' association neared! the Nile delta picnic grounds j miles north of on his seventy-fifth last night. birthday jno man ever been placed so abruptly in such a seat of ian pilot who had been de- tained since March 27. The 32-year old pilot from ty where the fast-stepping lit-j "And yet there was never in Portsmouth, Va., arrested by It was a coast-to-coast par- responsibility. Police estimated 100 were saved but the number lost may never be known for the outing tickets were sold in tie man from Missouri heard him the slightest hint that he ithe communists when his himself described as a trv to evade what blocks Whole famibes who grew to greatness. 011 Curtam' W3S freed Aether. from had thrust upon West German frontier! of the Storey Wilson, Eu- Gause Not Known A government communique Washington gave no clue to the cause In Slaying Case the American Red Of; C r o s successor Agricultural Minister Saved Defense Donald A. Quarles tributes Democrats and liberals and to greatness. Witr every! the great, the not-great, j decision he grow, until to the; friends, family and old ri- entire world he was a vals. There was song and ing figure. laughter, and Truman him- self almost lost his glasses laughing at off-beat comedian Mort Sahl. When it was all over, the usually voluble Truman ad-' Chicago A wordf "I Germany, Vaughanj Abdel Nasser there is to ?av he said "Xo T5 o- 4erdayraccluit: said to newsmen: "I have i Arab Republic, who personal-, there is to bay, he said. _No led 20-year-old Barry Cook ofinothine to sav... directed the rescue of some A post Eye Vacancy In Defense Democrats Await Ike's Choice of Quarles Successor _ Presi- for Adenauer's appearance on the arrival of a foreign min- Serious Intentions "It is for a positive morning. The East German commu- solu- nists were set to get here be- ister but he came to of these important the main participants. Dulles anyway because ofjtions that the Soviet Berlin, their close friendship. Greeted By Brentano tion has arrived Minister Lothar Bolz said. "Our intentions are se-isa.ld he was "ful1 of Foreign Minister Heinrichjrious. We shall make Von Brentano, greeting Her-jeffort for this conference to' lne ter, also called attention to thei be crowned with success. of the East and West Germans long period of "friendly rela-j "The Soviet government isjf.1 tions with Sec. Dulles" that at irst things to DC said these would continue un-j there exist the necessary der Herter. iditions to prevent war and in-i Tfaiian Fnreicn Herter stopped here a lasting peace." PeuTrad Minister miat before flying on to Geneva for! communists appeared in foreign ministers it _., 4- .4-------------------- i ctiiu J.UICJKH inuiiauc ofident Eisenhower's choice of a the opening of the east-west confident mood and coming to Geneva too for Deputy Sec. mllusters conference! diplomatic sources were rath-j lt is ejected if the Rus- a 'er pessimistic. W e s t e r njsians insjst on including such crossed the border to meetjMarei described it ,as "a hu-'wm closely scrutinized by Vaughan and guide him into Irnan and economic tragedy be-! Dernocrais in conEress Helmstedt. Wilson earlier ar-i cause those drowned include: ranged for Vaughan's release: the best of our agricultural en- Quarles- 64' dled tmexpect- negotiations with the East! gineers." edly yesterday in his sleep. 3 ur y 'German Red Cross. I Monday. "Our two countries, along with the United Kingdom and Prance, are in full agreement on an important and far-reach- One of the first to reach The Pentagon today attrib- As he crossed the border to] scene was President Gamaljuled Quarles> death lo heart of the Unitedj ailment. nothing to say.' mortem report by VII Ld'lL. CK1JVI ing western position which isif" sources cautioned states as Poland I raising high hopes for suc-land Czechoslovakia that cess of the conference. They-west .will counter by demand- of con-tin ft seat tention at the outset on such'ference table. The American received mailj passengers struggling in the Walter Rpcd Army medical Palais Schaunburg for lunch and conferences with Aden- man in my recollection has murdering a sunbathing spin- packages through the Red; center said he was stricken while he was held in The Dandara was headed for! by "obstructive coronary acqurttal.the east, Wilson said, adding Garden Parkj a famed picnic jrosis." This is a narrowing ofLV? the East German Red "erters designed to make a lasting__________ contribution to peace in Eur-j Herter told the gath-l e ering at the airport. j 2 Children Seriously Burned Then Herter, Von Brentano r and their aides left for the alwavs rl c, Cook of the ,_ V" Bretano 66 Parties For Him Then he smiled "s he hen lie smiiea as ne Red at the Nile delta bar- the blood vessels of the hearti cooperative (dam) eight mjles down-iwhich in c-ffect shuts off the aPPlauded ad ithe blood supply to the heart of Miss Margaret Cross had been Gallagher, a 50 year old and helpful. I stream from Cairo. that hP misht "takP ls not a, The Red Cross director, One of the rescued waslmuscle. in fqfin ir- in mvfree return-companied by his public in-jAhmed Talaat? secretary of; Economy Advocate Wood I can t hen" it" He 1 formation officer, Don Heine-, thc a gricultural engineers syn-j The ._ 5 "in IIe the remamder of a 1 to 14-mann, of Houston, Texas, whjch organized the eX-industry dirin t eKiboiatc. ycar sentence for admitted went across the frontier to Thursday nil it was clear that States "will not Jef Plunges Into Residential Area the deviate or! pilotless jet plane went into an uncontroll- official had weaken the basic principles of] plane plunged into a residcn- _, nnr nulicics I ed climb. He is attached to the e tial area of nearby NortnviJie lje miins-j Michigan Air National guard must approach the splashing flaming and robberies of get Vaughan and returned 45 minutes. cursion for the Moslem prominently as aieva talks "in a spirit, of cour-l fuel onto a sandpile where five possible replacement for anci decisiveness" and were playing. without His birthday parly was assaults of Defense Xeil McKlroy, pealed the them were linked by closed-i GunaCO Trial Set had told Eisenhower he slogan: tpipvision ._ __ T i i r edto leave his pentagon post! "No concessions 'Here in New York. House CLf, fL Affnrk 15 MS year' counter-concessions." Speaker Sam Rayburn told WllWf IV I UVrJV LJffflMd Sheboyg-an Circuit Some ot tne congressional! him "Harry, history is going Judge Clarence Rinehard Fri- Democrats had looked on to be kind to you. They are I f n f day set June 15 as the open- Quarlcs as one of thc admims-; com? to for not the few limes f fOCfffirY ing date for the trial of Johnltratlon officials who had re- df LCI CrOSSO thpt'you have not taken dead Vrfl IM B.SY7Vf VI Gunaca of Detroit, a former their demands for more have shot from the _________________________representative of the United spending to close the missile hip. They are going to re- San Francisco out of Workcrs- on charges of SaP Wlth Russia. member'you for the great Francisco closed its beaches Valcr and clubbed it to death! felonious assault. H had been the impression, Crosse execu- lhin.cs you have done." lo swimmers yesterday in; Miss ONcill, who is being C.unaca has pleaded squadron at Detroit Metropoli- tan airport and was ing to land after a oft-spoken Bonn Two of the youngslcrs flight. prepar- routina burned seriously. Their threel David King, 10, and his sis- tor, Elizabeth, 3, were burned by the blazing jet fuel. Their mother, Mrs. Eugene playmates escaped harm. Parachutes to Safety The R84-F Thunderflash King, wife of Northville's po- missed crashing into a high! lice chief, ran screaming to school a half block away, landed in a garden, 100 from the children. Mrs. King said. "It got i "I had just finished the iron- feetj jng whcn T this One of the most dramatic fear of sharks allhough for the Came-: moments came when 1-Jean- described the tlsts expressed belief a fatal n Maj. John L. Moutier ofilouder and louder and then I ,nno-'of Dcmociats that Me- live of the Electric Belleville, Mich., an air force'heard the crash. There was gie medal for heroism, April day in 1945 when sheiattack such as that on a Thursday and workers in 1954. or Roosevelt rtescnoea me u over Koglor-s in 1945 when sheiattack such as that on a col- on Vice President Truman I0ge .student probably would-'prayed aloud with him until he to the charges which Mroy leaned heavily on the company estimates that the parachuted to safely aft-! this flash of light. I ran to the bent -stem from the bcatmg of two advice of Quarles, who of the plant here will h fc ]ocked bodv non-striking Kohler company cally was more famaliar with i mean an economic loss in thisj an that I'resiacnc nooscvLni. h a in jn 100 ;was uneonscious. r ,u J The girl is a Catholic Young case after Gunaea's counsel; McKlroy told reporters yes-; rector of the La Crosse was non-Catholic but filed an affidavit of prejudice terday Quarles' niaht1 President Roosevelt doad Of Truman she said: -The character of myi Eighteen year old friend was proved on that ter- Kogler died Thursday mSIK haf, after a huge white killer shark denomination. attacked him 50 yards off NSW JUClQS I QK6S shore, ili.s companion. Shirley ,O'Neill, 18, courageously OQin If! to his rescue and towed him to the beach. Peril of Undertows Swimming at most of San Francisco's beaches long has been prohibited, chiefly be- cause of the strong undertows. I. Follett, curator of ichthyology at the California his back door because the chil- dren were playing in the back- yard. "The yard behind my yard was filled with names. They were higher than telephone poles. The children came Sixteen- screaming to me. Latham Cas- tle, former Illinois attorney general, has been sworn in as a new of the 7th U. S. Circuit Court, of Appeals embracing Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin. Chief Judse F. Ryan Duffy administered the oath Friday Sciences, said Castle fills a vacancy on the sharks arc not un. bench caused by the death _____ on .Inn. 4 of Judge Philip J Finnepan. Grenvillc Boardsley, mer assistant, attorney gen- eral, has been named attor- details of the defense pro-jcommunity of about million! Judge Rinehard, of Chippe- gram than almost any otherja year. i _ wa was assigned to the official. j William Jones, personnel yes-irector of the La Crosse f m death "wilTsaid that Auto-Lite had paid 4 particular against Judge F. H. Scblicht- have to be another factor in out. annually about million! ;ing of Slieboygan. i considering what I will do.'Mo employes and the rest in! Auhum, N.Y. ____________________'.----.-------------------------------------------itaxes and other expenses here, year-old John A. Jayne plead- tseinie George W. Milne, president ed guilty yesterday to wiping screaming and brushing at tne of the La Crosse Chamber of'out his family with a shot- flames on her hair and face. Commerce, said his organiza- gun. He could get life in pris-: David was taking off his tion had bitterly prole-sled thc on. ;clothes as he was running, closing of the plant, announc-: The high school sophomore1 "I grabbed a wool shirt and ed by the firm Friday. ilast Jan. 28 shot his fatheribc. at out the flames. An ambu- Alvin Danielson. 66, mother Amber, was there in a matter of of the UAW local at the plant, I brother Willard, 19, and sis-] minutes." said "we can not accept the tcr Elizabeth Anne, 13. David and Elizabeth were company's excuse that the la-j He pleaded guilty in Cayu- rushed to a hospital. Their bor relations are in any wayjga county court to four was described se- fnr this action." nf rrmrHrr for-. ney general. Foreman Receives Broken Leg When Iron Slips Off Car common along the west coast as far Washington, but he said they seldom ap- pear so close to shore. 'The chances of a swimmer running into one are he iadded. Kogler was the third swim- mer attacked by white sharks in recent years. Barry Wilson, was killed Dec. 7. 1952, land James Jacobs. 19. was 1 inder Peterson. 58, Black bitten on the foot Feb. 6, 1955. Creek a section foreman for Both were swimming in Mon- thoSo'o Line railway, received tercy bay warmer a broken Irg about 2 p.m. Fri- about. 100 miles of San riav when a rail slipped off a Francisco. flatcar h- was pulling with a A shark of another gasoline motor workcar. 'a 7-foot blue species was Peterson said he stopped caught by a Monterey house- suddenly to avoid a dog rabbit that ran across tracks The rail iron slipped Mayme Maceira, pickmckmg off the car and hit his leg.'on the beach with her small The accident occurred near children, saw the shark ap- thp Center Valley depot. Iproach her in shallow wa-j Peterson was "taken to and iplashed in to hoepiUil by irescue. with her hands the beached last Aug. 31. and Mrs. responsible for this action. Macmillcm Facing Pressure for Election the right brought Prime Minister Maemillanjed sentencing for May 19. The from conservative supporters boy could be given 20 years today to call a general elec-jto life on each count. tion soon. With most of yesterday's counted, the tories jran up a net gain of 181 scats irious. of second-degree murder. He had been indicted on! charges of first-degree mur- der. After a psychiatric ex- amination, court-appointed at-. A swing to-torneys entered a pleaoof in local by reason of insanity.' new pressure on; Judge Gerald S. Hewitt fix-j Showers May Dampen Slain Woman's Purse found in Garden Plot the laborites. The hls are to be completed today. that. Macmillan. who earlier ruled out a national election of. Mrs- Mauch, 87. of this spring, was impressed by last August, his party's showing at the Pollpe said l h a l George Fmnr Defvtics Eaenrt Straggling Mrs. Aurora Vargas from her Ravine home in Ixw Angeles as eviction of some began from the site of the pro- poised Los Angeles Dodgers park. The officers: were met with Mtwum grabbed the Wf by cleared ttm iwlldoied them grass-roots level. "Very he told party workers. "I feel sure this is a healthy trend." conservative novern- ment has another year to run but under the British political system a prime minister ean call a national election at any by limply resigning. I Hanson found the purse hur- ied in about three inches of dirt in the rear of his.home. It contained a check for made out to Mrs. Mauch but missing was in cash that was in it when Mrs. Mauch brutally bludgeoned to death ia tht bedroom ef Itr cloudy and warmer tonight and Sunday. Chance of sional showers over most of the state during the next 48 hours. Higher humidi- ties will generally prevail. Lows tonight will be in the upper 40s or low 90s. Out- look for Monday: Partly cloudy with showen end- ing. Applcton Temperatures for the 24-hour period ing at o'clock: High low 40. Temperature at It o'clock tt. Sovtheatt wMi at 12 mltef per boar. Baro- meter tt.ft WMftmr map on paft A It. SVA Mta at pm. Ha- ts SviKlay M iB.m.; ItHWII Mt4 9n IMM HUT i Me plmcta Vtaaa, MEWSPAPERI ;