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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 13, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOLLNo.64 AmrrOH IMBIAIIfttfMASHA T. MAY 13, Ike Asks for Early Boost in Gasoline Tax Seeks Revision of Wheat Program, More Loan Powers Washington P r s i- flent Eisenhower called today tor quick congressional action boosting the gasoline tax, re- vising the costly wheat sup- 2 Girls Die As Boys Fire Playhouse fwo girls perished last aifht after group of as a prank, set fire to a makeshift play- house in a vacant lot and trapped them in the fiery shanty. Fire officials said the girls, Deana Feht, 13, and Marga- ret Roelle, 12, schoolmates, apparently suffocated as the boys tried frantically to reach them. 2 Capital Airlines Planes Crash Less Than Hour Apart port and control program, andj A playmate, Richard Boyle, providing additional home 14> who nad Deen trapped in-! loan insurance authority. side the shanty with the The president told his newsjescaped with the help his; conference a special Dennis, 16. Young ureine the 3-way speedup would go to the capitol s eyebrows were singed Need for Revenue and his clothing scorched. The country's rising pros- police said the fire was, perity will be damaged, Eis- deiiberately but withoutj malice" by the boys after the! girls and young Boyle enter-! ed the shanty which the boys) called the "fort." It is locat- said, if the administration' graim is allowed to lapse for lack of the billion addition- al insuring authority he ask- ed in January. 'More thousands of men will Brvn be jobless, the president wentF' unlncc no-at arp! ed in the 4300 block of avenue on W.j the! on, unless new revenues are provided to keep the massive highway building program go- ing. He noted that the existing Blocked Door Young Boyle said Deana and Margaret wanted to see the fort and he went in with them highway bill permits no more, to show them around. He sari construction in any year dozen boys then the funds available will payi blocked the door by piling for in that year. i heavy objects against it. Costs now are outrunning! Then they set fire to frag- the income from highway- ments of foam rubber which The Smoking Remains of a Capital Airlines plane lie at the foot of the embankment down which it A plunged while landing at Charleston, W. Va. Blast Shatters Viscount Turboprop, Killing 31; 2 Dead in Second Tragedy Baltimore A Capital Viscount turboprop air- j liner, flying non-stop from New York to Atlanta, explod- in storm-swept skies over Maryland late yesterday, jspraying wreckage and the bodies of 27 passengers and 4 crewmen over a 2-mile area. Civil aeronautics board investigators, probing through the twisted fragments, said at noon today that the plane was blown apart by a forceful explosion. But speculation whether the explosion was inside the fuselage or outside, possibly in a wing, would be they said Less than an hour before, another Capital airliner, a 4-engine Constellation, plunged over a 200-foot embank- ment, at the Charleston, W. Va., airport and burst into user taxes, and Eisenhower has requested that the federal they tossed inside the shanty "to stink it up." gasoline levy be boosted fromj He told Earl Downes, fire I 3 to 4i cents. Congress has j attorney, as the smoke swept seemed little disposed to com-'into the fort, he ripped the! ply. Some legislators have in- dicated they would prefer to meet the costs for a time from general revenues. Problem Grows hinges off the door but couldn't get it open. "I climbed up to where there was a window about three feet wide. One of the Eisenhower, committed to a giris was with me. My broth- balanced budget in fiscal Dennis, climbed on top of Troops Enter Struck Plants No Violence After Guardsmen Called In North Carolina Henderson, Plans Proposal To Cost Original Bid but Local Staff Will Take on More Work A revised regional master of Public Works Edwin Dus- Herter Tries To Speed Talks West Seeks to Bring Halt to Red Maneuvers flames, killing two persons and injuring at least six. The Constellation crash- ed at Charleston at p.m. The Viscount tore apart at while flying at about feet over a patch- 3 Super Sabre Jets Plunge Into Atlantic Myrtle Beach, Three FIDO Super Sabre jet work of small farms about 15'planes hurtled into the Atlan- miles east of Baltimore. Weather may have been factor in both cases. A thunder squall was sweep- ing across Maryland when the tic ocean off the South Caro- lina coast' before daylight to- day, apparently killing all three pilots. Searchers spotted wreckage ignored the later possibility the fort and pulled me out. (shift workers, guarded by plan proposal, costing zynski, and Regional in his news conference re-j "The others were frying to long Unes of national compared to in thejning Director Clarence A. ed signs viscount came through. Ap-iand oil slicks, but officers at parently the turbulence was Geneva The western causing rough riding. Myrtle Beach Air ministers today of how-1 becomingj budget be brought into bal- ance. As for the wheat surplus Turn to Page 3, Col. 1 but the smoke was so thick I couldn't see anything. Then ton mills today. entered the original bid, has been mail- Hammond met in Madison fed up wjth Russia's insis- Harriet-Henderson to Fox Valley Regional last month with State on adding more red na- j Planning commission by ning Director Henry A. Ford tjons to the Geneva confer- the whole fort just burst Into flames.' Sform in Area Parts of Minnesota Suiter Damage the harbor as battered northwestern Wiscon- tionary measure. Downed power Sin and parts of neighboring y There were only occasional I neth Schellie, president of jeers and catcalls from small Metropolitan Planners, Inc., outside consultant hired to clusters of pickets who turn-'draw up lhe plan ed out at the mills' two The original bid was to plants. have been reduced by The scene contrasted sharp- if the local staff dld some of ply with last night's shift change when guardsmen fac- over to the Fox vauey com- ed hundreds of shouting strik- mission staff Commission to work out a compromise. Turn to Page 3, Col. 4 New London Man ience. Sec. of State Christian A. No 'Witnesses No one saw the plane the instant it disintegrated with a fiery sky was cov- ered with low-scudding rain- had no ready explanation for the cause of the crash. Ob- servers said they saw no eoV lision. The three planes, part of night navigational and refuel- clouds. Aviation engineers) ing training flight, had a ren- and others speculated that ajdezvous over the ocean with Herter planned to use his sudden, violent downdraft or a fuel tanker Another Ambassador ers with fixed There no violence, how- precau- ever. Rocks Thrown Police said some rocks an area not UP) Kamps, 32, New London, Wis., power as today's chairman to updraft tore off part of a wing, try to open the east-west fuel line which pilot in the mission reported seeing the three jets "descend- bale on German issues gasoline into an en- ing rapidly in a turn imme- which the conference was1 Sine. The gas apparently ig-diately prior to hitting called. inited with a roar, tearing the Aides said privately they were not sure he could pull bayonets. Chairman C. W. Wood said to- th ig dav that expansion of the lo- w lne sign carrying f{ th maneuver unless the i I j lnf 10 demonstrators who met Soviet cal staff to meet needs of the Ambassador "Mikhail Menshi- bovl" new proposal is apt to neu-lkov when he arrived for aiea.sed up v tralize much of the saving. jspeech tonight under the not expect. i ,1 Police said some rocks Compromise Plan sorship of the Minnesotal Waste of lime Wentworth, Wis., just south or cr.vlpiiip'c revised w TV a a i A French spokesman Minnesota Ignited, brush fire thrown in an area not1 think this down trees and power lines that destroyed two barns and policed by the guard. Five and causing extensive proper-a garage on the farm of Ma- pprsons Were arrested na Erickson. Neighbors wet- plane to pieces. The Viscount is powered by four turbojet engines. A tur- bo jet consists of a suddenly turng ft mg they shaft and a conven- sa.dtional propel- afternoon's jet engine surface of the ocean.' i ....t the con- ____objections raised by Ap- "Where is my brother and the session will be wasied on t r o 1 s was and pleton to the original master other 10 U S in ref- further argument over Soviet-, w c A itfj na brickson. Neighbors wet- charged with incit- plan proposal. The city main- crcnce to the crew of an un- Foreign Minister !ted the grass around her home b AToimnnlitnn's Air Fm-pp nlanp .shot myko's proposal t ty damage. A 74-mile-per-hour wind ve-lo prevent the flames from locity was recorded at the Du- spreading to the house itself, luth Superior airport. The Forest Fire weather station at Hibbing, At Two Harbors, Minn., a Minn., about 80 miles north- brush fire partially destroyed by to riot. tamed that guardsmen, numbering Iirsl1 much Force plane fVndrei Gro- shot myko's proposal to give red .______ ________ t o o down last September over So-' Poland and Chechoslovakia local and not enough viet Armenia. The Soviets re- seats at the conference round about 300, were ordered here Work. It also said the turned six bodies but have table. as a result Metropolitan proposal called withheld information concern- Herter, Metropolitan's, armed Air included with Cap-Capt. Paddock Morris L. Uden of Buffalo. Frances Maurice west of here reported a snow- a bullding -belongmg to of new outburst of violence for gathering information al- fall and winds up to 84 m.p h. snop and a private home and Monday night [ready in the hands of some before the anemometer was burned one dwelling to the Wnrkpr, lpnvinff lhp nlantvlocal governments. Schellie, Appleton Director! just south of ripped from its mounting. Ships Head into Lake ground. A forest fire Workers leaving the plants were pelted with rocks, and Ships docked here sought "in: Mm- l.heir. ca" the safety of Lake Superior's nesota burned over 75 acres otficlals said the silua- open waters as the winds buf- bef0re it was brought under Uo" was beyond their control feted the harbor. The Nor- conlro] Another blaze, closer and bf fnl- wegian freighter Ringdahl to Duluth, burned about 70 Confesses He Invented Story About Kidnaping An official of the striking was forced to put to sea be- acres .Textile Workers Union of cause its anchor would not officials of Superior and Amenca- Frye of hold in the strong winds. Duluth said the trees and pow- Greensboro, charged that the Other ships, riding high aft- er lines knocked down in the guardsmen were sent "to Janesville The kid- discharging their cargoes, two C1ties caused no serious helP tne unreasonable man- nap-torture robbery story of( interruptions of normal agemcnt to operate his cot-a Rock county man was calledl ice. ton mills, and provide strike- today a hoax that followed al Residents of Superior said a breakers free access to the fake .suicide. I heavy la.ver of dust plants." Frye is the union's Sheriff Allan Capelle said along with the winds and at international representative, that Ted llawke, 22, of Aflon times cut visibility to less than He denied troops were need- broke down under questioning} er Free Ads for Children in 'Kids' Ads are being accepted for the Post-Crescent's 6th annual Kids Kolum. Open to children from 6 to 15, it gives them an opportu- nity to sell, swap and buy or offer their services to Fox Cities people. The youngsters must write and submit their own ads and the ads are run in the pa- per exactly as composed by the children. Ads are acceptable this week and will run until May 20. Have your child put his nd in today. And read the ads to see how well these iunior businessmen tell and sell in the Post-Crescent's classified section. broth-1 tain's Selwyn Lloydd all turn Kamps. i ed down the proposition yes- Kamps' signed provoked a terday. question at a press conference 'pne Wp.stern ministers of-j but failed to get any answer, i fered Gromyko a compro- "I don't know any more misc however: to let the two than has been explained by cornrnunist nations and Italy the Soviet the and prohaDly one or two ambassador said.___________ er westcrn Rlatps enter the i parley at some later time. Gromyko said through a spokesman the success of the conference was hinged to bringing in the Polish and Czech foreign ministers as full members at once. He de- 103. Clarence O. Weikel, 52, manded "a positive 1500 N. Outag-amie street. and made clear he wanted it (Story on Page A-8) today. i Paddock o f Detroit, who had been fly- ing ital since 1930 and had no acci- dents on his record. It was the third plane trag- Turn to Page 3, Col. 2 R. A. Uihlein, Sr., at 76 5-mile Visibility Tht ceiling at the time of the crash, about a.m., was reported by the air base weather station as feet broken. This is a little better flying conditions than ovtiv cast. Visibility was 5 miles, winds moderate and no rain or fog. The base identified the miss- ing pilots as Capt. Mack Bul- ger, Oklahoma City, Okla.; First Lt. Delano G. Lund of i Baker, Mont., and First Lt. Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 Milwaukee Robert A. Uihlein, Sr., presi- dent and secretary of the Joseph Schlitz Brewing company, died today at St. Joseph's hospital. He wan 76 years old and a grand- nephew of August Krujc, founder of the far-flung brewing empire. one-eighth of a mile. 'ed. TODAY'S INDEX Cwmirs House Juwnile 8t.Hei Kavk 'a B A S A 4 Alt A 1 A 0 CM C Map late Tuesday afternoon and admitted the story was false Hawke said that he had planned a fake suicide so his wife, an expectant mother, could collect insurance, but then became worried about her and his mother, the .sher- iff reported. Hawke's car and fishing gear were found Saturday be- side Bear creek not far from his home and relatives feared Woman How She and Baby Escaped Plane in W. Virginia By As pr they were coming from an another man freed engine or where. the safety belt. A man I found out later me Mrs. Arthur C. Eaton to the Asvof laV'd Pres'i nis nome ann relatives tearen Charleston, w. a. iv Jimjl A ,alc, Susan and Pamela I re There were no WiscoMta be had drowned. The creek Ml I could think of when the Dr. Anthony Susan (38- member a stewardess saying' people among the was being dragged Tuesday piano went over the hill was year old resident Of 204 not to shove, just take it slow- and none aboard the Capital Kans. All three have families living in this area. Of the pilots, the air force said only that their fate "has not been established." Amphibious planes and hel- icopters combed the scene and a coast guard cutter also was dispatched. Site of the crash was 10 miles offshore, east of this coastal resort city. Wisconsin NcrftVe Among Crash Dead Washington A native of Wisconsin was a crewman on the Capital Airlines count plane that exploded in flight near Balti more Tuesday. Among the dead was Flight En g i- ncer M. J. Flayhaven, 28, a native of Baraboo, Wis. Flayhaven He joined the airline April 18, 1955 Flayhaven, a graduate from of Macnlester college of St. Paul, Minn., made his I was some distance behind in Dearborn, Mich. WiscoMta when Ilawke stopped at a ga- Pamela I've sa.d a lot Ch h lane m PlUsburgh) ly. plane thla crashed at Officers quoted Hawke as that we both managed to get gd ner out the pianei Then saying he had been kidnaped I don't think we're hurt by two knife wielding men __i___i_..______i L 1 Daughter Sleeping who burned him with a ciga- ret when he refused to iom in a robbery. He said he had Pamela she's 8 months been robbed. Twining Reported in Satisfactory Condition Washington Gen. Na- old and I boarded the Capi- tal Airlines plane at Pitts- burgh to fly home to Ga. We'd been visiting my parents, Mr. and Mrs John Mhw Dtxte An GMtfik4, M, who WM crowned Miss Colorado Jaycee last July, it shown, left, in Littleton, Coto., where the sifned cUtemeni edmitting two arme4 nfttartet ta the Denver the to shown, after the qiwem title. erurery for removal of the ber lot ef what happened in upper lotaf- of his left lung. minutes, I Physicians awaited the n- o'd Fatneia mr sutti tissue enamination arms. and H might another; Thee t femd I emltal ee- 24 hours hffore my safety Uelt. t could of MI can be the arawif 1 kaww waet.-1 tmm9k Cold an hour and a half. They took us to a hospital for any emer- gency treatment we might _ j need1. They gave Pamela VfOUOf sedative to quiet her down, but she's fine now. Wants To Go Home I'm 27, and my husband is a candy and food broker in Atlanta. He called while I still at the hospital. I don't know how he found out about the accident, unless Capital in Atlanta called him. Right now, 1 want home Atlanta. There's another at p.m. (the crash WM afeevt p. injured. I'm R. IwwftM M I Me. C 1 o i y, windy and contlmMd coHk pr tonight with rain in portions. Thunder ed cool, but not quite windy. Apetetae tures for the ilheer at t a.m.: Hi a.m ;