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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 13, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin N POST-CRESCENT VOL. IH No. 20 _ APPIETON-NEENAH-MENASH A, WIS., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE SERVICE Price Seven Cents Capacity Crowd Hears Kennedy AfMarshfield Senator Sees No Quick Cold War End, Raps Farm Program Marshfield Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass) drank a cranberry juice toast last night and drew a capacity audience in a Republican stronghold while Vice Presi- dent Nixon was speaking only 30 miles away. As the senator continued practicing presidential cam- paigning, he warned that a solution of the Russian prob- lem is at least 30 years way and blasted again at the ad- ministration farm program. He still didn't say he was a candidate. Kennedy's latest tour, which 'includes seven stops, will be climaxed tonight when he de- livers the keynote address at the state Democratic conven- tion in Milwaukee. Delegations came from as far as 150 miles and all areas of the state to hear Kennedy at a rally here last night. The crowd was estimated at called by backers the largest Democratic gathering in the history of the 7th district. About chicken box sup- pers ran out before the hall was filled. Clash of Interests "The greatest issue of our Kennedy said, "is the attempt to straighten out our relations with the Soviet gov- ernment." He added: "The har.d facts of the mat- ter are that the roots of the Soviet-American conflict can not be easily settled by nego- tiation. Our basic interests clash. No exchange of visits, no amount of summit confer- ences can cause either side Europe Should Help World's Have-Not Nations, Nixon Says SnowPuish'iich In Nixon Trip But He Arrives Big Crowd Welcomes Vice President for Talks at Lawrence Friday Time Past When U. S. Can Do All Itself, Vice President Tells College Chapel Crowd Vice President Richard M. Nixon today advocated Eu- ropean nations' sharing the burden of foreign aid to economically undeveloped nations, stopping the flow of money out of the United. States. He spoke at Lawrence college chapel at the second America and the World- Community" series sponsored by the Post-Crescent and Lawrence college. 'The time is past when the United States can do all d, M i, uthe Thirteenth things the vice president said in response to a should have been a warning, r i for the snow that blanketed question by Lawrence government Prof, Mojmir Povolny, the state put a hitch .in thejone of eight panelists who queried Nixon, carefully laid plans for Vice) UXIT _ President Nixon's visit to the' We must bnn8 home to our alhes m Europe that they should aid others and lower their trade barriers to American he declared. Povolny expressed fear about the new U. S. policy A Rousing Reception Was Given to Vice President Richard Nixon this, morning when he arrived at the Conway hotel for a, brief meeting with area Repub- licans prior to appearing on the Post-Crescent-Law- rence college America and the World Community program at the Lawrence chapel. Among the well- wishers was Gus A. Zuehlke, right, president of the Chamber of Commerce and a long line of excited, enthusiastic party workers. to compromise away its fun-lDfOD ItlGUiry Ifl damental position in Ger-i many, Europe or the world 'Fcifdl community. "The solution rests with the Turn to Page 5, Col. 1 Porter Column About Business Good Reading The average newspaper reader sometimes feels that news and analyses about business and econo- mics is of concern businessmen. But at least one daily column in the Post-Cres- cent is aimed at the inter- est of the general public in financial matters "Your Money's Worth." by Sylvia Porter, is one of the most widely read col- umns in American newspa- pers. She has the knack of bringing unusually com- plex subjects into an easily understood language, meaning savings, and in- vestment tips for average people. Today's Sylvia Porter column appears on Page A-ll. TODAY'S INDEX Comics B 4 Deaths B12 Editorials A 6 Entertainment A15 House A15 Kaukauna A 4 Tuin Cities B 1 Sports A 7 Women's Section A12 Weather Map B 7 Washington A coro- ner's jury today dropped an investigation into the death of a woman killed when struck by a car driven by the son of the Irish ambassador. Immediately after conven- ing an inquest, Coroner A. Magruder MacDonald said hei had just been informed that! 21 year old David Patrick! Hearne has diplomatic immu- nity. He then announced the proceedings ended and missed a 6-jnan jury. TwoGOPCandidates Sure, But No Names, Says Nixon Florida Executes 2 Negroes as Rapists Raiford, Fla. Ne- groes were executed at state prison today for raping two dis- white women. John Edward Paul, 24, was Young Hearne's personal pronounced dead at a.m. automobile, a 1949 Chevrolet, struck and killed Jossie Hamlin, 50, a domestic, Wed- nesday night. She was cross- ing Riggs road street, N.E. by Dr. H. H. Schweem. the prison's chief medical officer. Willie George City. 22, who Sinclair said admitted five near First other rapes, was pronounced (dead at Young Official Nixon, Others Praise Laird At Bipartisan Testimonial Dinner Leaves It to Reporters to List Himself, New York's Rockefeller BY JAMES BARTELT Post-Crescent Xiws Sen Ice Wisconsin Rapids Vice President Richani M. Nixon said Thursday it's fair to assume there will be two candidates for the Republican presidential nomination, but he left it to re- porters to fill in the names, his own and New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller. Nixon told a news conference he agrees with "most observ- ers who seem to say that the Republican race shapes up be- tween two candidates while the Democratic one is like a tag- wrestling match, with many in the ring." While there still is time to build up a candidate, "you could assume that whoever might be a candidate %vould be talked about at this he said. Five Filled Hours Nixon mentioned no names. city today. But the snow failed to dampen any of the warmth 'or enthusiasm of the recep- tion either at the Conway ho- regulating foreign aid, which recommends that some na- tel where he met briefly TT _ area Republican workers anditl0ns bu-v U- S" officers or at the Lawrence [money obtained from the U. college chapel where collegejs. government. This in- and high school youngsters, unable to get auditorium jdicates, Povolny said, that seats, lined up in the recipient is going to to cheer the vice u. onto the stage before pouringjhave ms freedom restrain- across the street to the mu- sic-drama center to get ready to hear the program via loud- speakers. Only 15 Minutes Late With all of the extra worry and inconvenience caused by the snow, the program got un- derway only 15 minutes late. ed. Case-to-Case Basis Nixon replied the policy will be regulated on a "case to case" basis. Aid to eco- nomically impoverished coun- tries like Ghana and India will go without restrictions, s continues The vice president told the he mainlained Conway gathering he had! He said planned to make a 20-mmute to follow the basic free flow flight from Wisconsin Rapids) Of trade policy it has to Appleton, but the snow caused him to take a 2-hour, 7-minute automobile trip. Wisconsin driver for being able to keep the skids on the snowy highways from being too frightening. The 3-car caravan bearing He1 praised his Rapids policeman main- tained since World war II and proposed restriction on spend ing U. S. aid funds is "a tern porary device to reverse z trend which, if not checked could require very drastic changes later." Immediately after the war. the United States was proud BY JOHN WYNGAARD Staff Writer Wisconsin Rapids More han 6.000 persons, including Vice President Richard Nix- a man who is now 37 yearsj on, paid a remarkable the first vice president ever! to help its allies, he said, but to visit Appleton arrived at now the imbalance has shift- Badger and Wisconsin avc-'eci and tlle United States no nues at 10 a.m. It was metjlonger has a11 the wealth. "We believe it is necessary for those countries to re- evaluate their policies where they have restricted them in the he maintained. Freedom of Choice Nixon said he reminded Ni- kita Khrushchev that the cap- tive nations resolution passed by congress yearly expresses only a hope for freedom of choice of satellite nations and the prayers of America that this will happen. 'What are you worrying about, you don't believe in prayer Nixon de- by two city motorbikes, a state patrol car and a car fill- Turn to Page 16. Col. 1 Legislature Will Get Bill to Buy Bong Base Site Milwaukee The new- ly-appointed director of the Wisconsin Department of Re- source Development said Fri- day that a bill designed to en- able the slate to buy the acre Bong Air Force base site will be introduced Tues- day in the legislature. David Carley of Madison, whose appointment is still cd the huge field house here'staged bv a bi-partisan Wood but in an earlier appearance {subject to senate confirma- Ala mooi ct A T> I j to listen to a battery of ad- mirers, led by Nixon, praise the public service county committee. There uere plain and ofjobhque predictions, however, ler" running into bad weath- 37 vears at a meeting of state Repub-jtion, discussed the proposed lican workers he referred to! legislation in a speech before the Research Clearinghouse of Metropolitan Milwaukee. "my friend Nelson Rockefel- o Rep. Melvin R. Laird of the Seventh congressional dis- .nct. as one of the most ef- ective and promising political caders of the state Thursday night. Not in many years have pol- ticians observed an audience he size of that which crowd- the be office in the future. Speakers reiterated the main speaker for a testimon- theme that Laird is the sym-'ial program for Rep. Melvin bol politic ity since he was 24. Favorable Predictions Laird is a Republican, and a man who by general count will rise in the affairs country needs more of his In five filled hours. Nixon Abandonment of the huge president was in installation near Kansasville (this Wisconsin valley city as ov tne air force nas created a controversy over what to do with the site. Wisconsin, Carley said, wants to acquire the base of his party. But the name of the party was "not mentioned during a long evening of ora- tory at a testimonial rally kind. was mobbed by school chil-'for an arca development pro: Rep. John W. Byrnes. GreenJdren in freezing weather at gram' Thc plans> he said' Bay, friend and mentor of the, the airport, shook hands and', d include industrial de" Turn to Page 16, Col. 1 Turn to Page 16, Col. 7 j velopment, plus recreation 'and educational facilities. Rough Road For Cubans Castro in Bitter Attack on Enemies In Long Telecast BY ROBERT BERRELLEZ Looking grim and haggard, Fidel Castro told the Cuban people early to- day that his revolution faces difficult days. The bearded prime minister took only a sideswipe at the United States usually his favorite target but lashed out in a 3-hour telecast at his enemies at home- and called them "hypocrites who once posed as friends of the revolu- tion." Shows Weariness Rats are going to abandon the ship when things get he declared. "This is going to remind me of the bad days "of the revolution when many gave up the fight." But he predicted that the revolution would march on even if its enemies "try to mobilizeNGod against us." 'This won't Castro said, 'because one cannot have a god idea of God if he doesn't have a notion of what it is to ,ove his neighbor." Obviously weary from his ong hours of directing the search for his missing army scribed his answer to Khrush- Turn to Page 16, Col. 2 chev. Returning to foreign aid when it was raiseo by another question, Nixon said it should be remembered that two- thirds of the cost, about S2J billion, is for military aid. It would cost five times as much to station American troops in Ihe place of help furnished by this aid, he said. As for the remaining billion of current aid, Nixon said its main objective was to help nations economiclly which might otherwise have to look to Russia for help. If the peoples of neutral Africa and Asia turn to communism, the balance of power "would Turn to Page 16, Col. 3 Forecast's Short But Not So Sweet Wisconsin Snow ending tonight. Saturday cloudy, cold with snow flurries. Appleton Temperatures for the 24-hour period end- ing 9 a.m. today: High 29, low 21. Temperature at 10 a.m. today 24. Barometer reading 30.20 inches with wind north northeast six miles an hour. Snow fall up to 10 a.m. today two inches. Sun sets at p.m., rises Saturday at a.m.; moon rises at p.m. Sfe, Northeastern Wisconsin Republican party officials gress. At left', Nixon watches Mrs. Helen Laird, the takes of Wisconsin's cranberries, highly touted in the GOP, greets Nixon; and in the last photo] Nixon ex- "WivAn i __ _-. and congressmen met Vice President Richard Nixon at a testimonial banquet in Wisconsin Rapids Thurs- day night for Rep. Melvin Seventh district. Laird is completing his fourth term in con- congressman's mother, pin a boutonniere on Laird. In the second photo, Mrs. C. C. Schroeder, Appleton, vice chairman of the Eighth district GOP, and Nixon exchange greetings. In the third photo, Nkon par- cancerous cranberry news this week. In the fourth photo, Outagamie County GOP Chairman Leonard Pasek chats with the vice president In the fifth photo, Carl Sturm, chairman of the Seventh district changes comments with his old congressional friend Re'p. John W. Byrnes, Green Bay, 'Eighth District congressman, with whom he served in the house. i ;