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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 4, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin VOLLUNo. 12 60 Pages-sections A; APPLETON-NEENAH-MENASHA, WIS., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE SERVICE Price Seven Cents IketoVisit 9 Countries In December Announces His Itinerary in Asia, Europe, Africa t i .Washington President Eisenhower announced' today he will visit nine countires in Europe, Asia and A f r i c a, starting. Dec. 4.-- v Eisenhower told a news con- ference the 19-day good will tour wiU, take him. to: Rome, Italy; Ankara, Tur- key Karachi, Pakistan Ka- bul, Afghanistan; New Delhi, India; Teheran, :Iran; Athens, Greece Paris, France and Rabat, Morocco.'; The tour to three continents will start in Rome -with two days of talks 'there, beginning Dec. 4, with high Italian gov- ernment officials. v y In Paris For 'Talks also said he hopes to. call XXIII. on Pope John Eisenhower plans to "return to the United States Dec. 22, three days. before Christmas. The president will be in Paris for' three or four days starting Dec. 19 for the west- ern summit conference. today he will visit Rabat, Morocco on his way home, after leaving Paris. -The .only -other detail Eisen- hower provided was that he will be in New Delhi Dec. 11 for the opening of the Ameri- exhibit at the internation- al agricultural fair there. TV Scandal Must be Elided ,v Democrats Win Ma jo Washington P r, e_ s i- dent Eisenhower said today nobody is going to be satis-; fied until: the television quiz rigging scandals are cleaned up. Eisenhower told his news conference the attorney, gen- eral will be ready, before Jan. 1 with recommendations; for changes in the law to pre- vent; what he .called the as- tonishing deceptions carried out on some programs. The federal, trade commisr sion also is looking.into the possibility of deceptive adver- tising, the president said. He added that there may be some things that will, need correcting in that field. People Bewildered In response to questions Eisenhower said he does not believe the TV rigging indi- cates Americans have forgot- ten their moral standards., The" president said, on the Other hand, that the reaction to TV quiz disclosures indi- cates that most. Americans are not so much angry as be- wildered. The reaction, the president has been like that of the story relating to. Shoeless .Joe the famed, baseball player in the world series Black "Sox scandal of 1919. A youthful fan said to Jackson, "Say it'ain't so." He is confident, Eisenhow- er said, that everybody in the television industry, from pro- ducers down through per- formers, wants to see this sit- uation cleared up. Calls for Approval Of 'Frugal Budget' Nelson Says Needless Spending .Eliminated but No'Meat Ax' Used In Kentu Philadelphia Also Gain in Mayoralty Races but Have Setbacks In New New Jersey S. -Army Troops With bayoneted rifles join Panama Canal Zone police in holding back demon- strators in the anti-American riots there Tuesday. Madison Gov. Gaylord Nelson; today labeled second-year speWing1 plan' frugal budget1' and urged the legislature to 'We; eliminated spending whereever we the Dem- ocratic chief executive told a jointrmeieting of the legislature, "but we did not go at this budget with a meat axe." The legislature has already "appropriated for bienriium's second year, which begins July 1. Nelson is requesting an additional 1: The joint finance committee Urges Scales Levy Instead of Stopgap La chair- man of the committee for tax revision .said Tuesday the legislature should enact a 3 pert1 cent sales tax in- stead of stopgap tax meas- ures. David B. Stearns, Mil- told a meeting that the .plan proposed by his "committee would raise annually and provide for property tax re- ductions and eliminate the ..surtax on incomes. Stearns said the plan calls for returning half of the money collected through the sales tax to local units of .government as credits to re- duce the property tax bill. has agreed to introduce this revision bill. Four Republicans cast dis- -senting voles Tuesday when "Turn to Page 13, Col. 5 Plan Bargain Day Shopping In Home Comfort Today's Post Crescent carries something for ev- ery bargain conscious reader. Many fine specials are being offered by down- town Appleton retailers on downtown Appleton gar- gain day. The Thursday event is an opportunity for shoppers to get the things they need at low prices. You can plan your shop- ping trip in the comfort of your own living room by using the advertising pre- sented by merchants in to- night's paper. TODAY'S INDEX Comics C12 Deaths B12 Editorials A10 Entertainment All House A 3 Farm Section CIS Harry Golden C16 Kaukauna C 4 Sports C 1 Women's Section B 1 Weather. Map B Twin Cities D 1 Says .Chou Hints at .Freeing Americans Hong Kon? A" mem- Child TV Star Missing From Hollywood Home "Hollywood The moth- er of a well-known child tele- actress, Evelyn Rudie; 9, reported to police today that the girl is missing from the family home. .Mrs.: Edith .Bernauer. said the girl-to bed at 9 ber the Indian parliament today said Premier Chou En- lai told him that the Chinese communists have "under con- sideration" the release of the five Americans they hold prisoner. .Joachim Alva arrived here Monday en route to India af- ter a visit to Peiping: o'clock last night her missing when-she wentito her. room about to- day- The mother' said the girl's, short dark'coat also was missing. Evelyn Rudie, at the age of 6, scored a .hit playing the title role in Play- house 90. That was in 1956.