Appleton Post Crescent in Appleton, Wisconsin
21 Nov 1960

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21 Nov 1960

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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Appleton, WisconsinAppleton vol la no. 36 48 a by d Appleton Neenah Menasha wis., monday november associated pfc Ess wide service Price eight cents u. S. Supports Ike s train car crash kills couple a Weyauwega Atlantic policies Johnson declares allies cheer statement in Paris to nato nations wreckage strewn 200 feet along Soo line tracks n tines t ask tax withholding Paris f vice president Hall to warmly shake hands with Weyauwega a we Yauwee elect Lyndon b. Johnson Drew French Premier Michel a couple was killed almost in spoke just before Johnson stantly Here sunday night in a Debre disclaimed any attempt 1 car Tram collision at highway1 cheers today As he told tors from Atlantic Alliance coun-1 tries that the United states stands on the part of French president by president Eisenhower s Atlan Charles de Gaulle to weaken 142 Anci tie line tracks tic policies. Nato. On the contrary Debre deaths of or. And mrs. Arlyn Johnson said the . Election said k was do Gaulle s idea to Preuss and nine others on state in no Way was a repudiation of strengthen nato by increasing highways Over the weekend Weis strength in Western Debre added nato is needed to 780, compared with 732 on this makes tour of Hall As Muc h now As at its formation Date a year ago. The tall Texas senator was 10 years ago and the cruel men Emil Beier North fond do Lac loudly applauded As he strode into Ace of the soviet Umon is As Engineer of the train gave this a the Assembly room of the Parli opening of the count of the Accident amen tary conference of the North a ule opening 01 Ine Atlantic treaty organization. His annual parliamentarians Confer hour late c vigorous bipartisan speech was ence of the treaty the freight train was about an j frequently interrupted by applause Johnson made a vigor hour and travelling East of legislators drawn from All Over Partlon a Deal for a new at a Normal Speed o about 5y l a .1 Long step Tow 31 3 a Sicner meaning Western Europe and Canada. L. U l. J i j Tor Freedom ones an Nour when be noticed Johnson made a political tour _ of the Hall shaking hands All Thuc Fen tort told ,200 As the car travelling North about 125 around at the conference s open sem bled legislators from nato s feet from the crossing. Ing session. He strode across the turn to Page 0. Col 2 i he blew the whistle but there was no apparent attempt to Stop i the car. Just before Impact Beier applied the emergency brakes but could not avoid the collision parts of the car were strewn 200 feet along the right of Way. Tank in Marsh Weyauwega police chief Ken Neth Thompson who said he had is Cen the couple Only 20 minutes the crash said they May have been driving out of town to sees Liaison Man Kennedy works on taking Over reins promises tight budget but sees necessity for new state revenues by John Wyngaard Post Crescent stiff writer Madison gov. Gaylord Nelson preparing for a second term in the fact of a state legislature controlled by republicans said today he will present a tight budget for the next two years but predicted also that additional revenues through state tax increases will be required. In his first news conference since reelection by a narrow margin on nov. 3, the democratic governor said he will continue to recommend those measures he regards As necessary including a state in come tax payroll deduction plan that was knocked Down by the re publican state Senate two years ago. J the governor indicated that he knows the prospects for that measure Are poor but said he will repeat that and other recommendations that he did not elaborate. Nelson refused to speculate about details of his financial pol icy for his second term but observed that his total budget will probably be less than we ought coalition of Laos chief Palm Beach Fla. His chief Liaison Man with the out meet friends big task of shifting government going republicans control from the Eisenhower adj Clifford who served As ministration to the new demo counsel to president vice president elect Lyndon Johnson holds a French newspaper in a Paris hotel after arrival by a Jet to participate in the nato parliamentarians conference opening. At right is sen. J. W. Fulbright dark. Mrs. Preuss was thrown 81 feet from the Point of Impact and special Preuss is thrown j minister s wife killed 86 evacuated 5 Hunters slain 1 from smoking Dies of heart on Harry 5. Cars gasoline tank was found cratic regime gets president elect Truman was picked by Kennedy this morning in a Marsh near the John f Kennedy s personal at shortly has Hig nomination la right of Way tuntion today. I or 31 was Erupi Ovid by Kennedy arranged to Confer jul to make a study of the St cheese fact at Weyaus. The Day at his Atlantic problems of transition from one Wega include two sons. Shore Home with Clark Clifford administration to another. Janics and Gerald both at Home. Confers with Ike parents or. And mrs. Frank Clifford had the study Well in a Nicks route 2, Weyauwega two Der Way when Kennedy won the bothers and three Sisters. The associated press i Rev. Lloyd Foster a methodist nov. 8 election. Since then c if mrs. Pruess 28. Was employed to d the t u wish minister discharged when he Ford has conferred twice with by the Aid association for Luther-1 e of 19w s stumbled after they left a Woods president Eisenhower s chief ans Appleton. Survivors include Consin d e e r season s drive mrs Foster aide b. Persons. The two sons her six today five by gunshot was struck in the Middle of the and one heart attack. The dead Back. They were Hunting in a included a minister s wife shot of eight. Charred bodies of 5 men found in automobile these conferences and the Pikesville by. Metal i Nedy Clifford talks today will be fragments have been found in the climaxed soon by a meeting of charred bodies of five men found the president elect and Eisenhowe Sittig in a car on a lonely Road or for a top level discussion of near this Southeastern Kentucky the change Over Community. Sitting in with Kennedy and state police director David for at least part of the pie said at Frankfort today the talks will be prof. Richard Neu Metal fragments had not Bce n pos Stadt of Columbia University. Turn to Page 9, col. 1 injured Man in Auto wreck for Over 5 hours Osman. Wis. A 21-Vcar Sun other fatalities lit Lidi 11 a Druid Umi Nui us Jacii j Luuru Audi la Ucci Lii 111 Iii Iti Velv identified but they could Neustadt is a specialist on the old Man severely injured when his f f ii f t t to min into a Phi h m Cecul for i ,1 1-1 a Ramnic of Nunn Inifi to Ranci Cai crashed ill to 3 could cute cell be either Shotgun pellets or Rifle Pio mems of government Tiangsi e i Verj. Eal in today was trapped in meanwhile autopsies were a 150 top positions ranged to determine the cause of from his two advisers Kennedy the deaths a list of some 150 top the bodies were found positions for which he will be her husband while Hunting Day 11 Miles East of mount Oconto county. Lake Unmuth Martalock the latest reported victim 30 78, Rural Ontario and Roy Olson year old Claude Haskins of route 60, Barneveld. The heart attack 1. Arkdale Adams county was victim Alex Jacoby 69, of found shot to death in the town Prairie do Sac. Jacobson was shot and killed fellow Hunter while Hunting near Spooner in Washburn coun-1 Fen ship. Late sunday after b a Arthur r Wiche Adams the lir victim to Sinh t Silm 21 Spray Bullet. J Martalock was struck in the were found Jester or us j 3j min Owoc body found after scarch Chest by a slug from a Shotgun clan by an Little girl choosing appointees Between _ now Haikins who had Chen huntin8 less than 10 minutes after the walking along Greasy Creek Road and his Mau Guition Jan. 20, about 17 Miles Southeast of Pike turn to Page 9. Col. 5 Ville the car. With the Interior scorched hut undamaged other Wise was found in a Creek bed there was very Little water around it. Or county remained conscious Pittsburgh smok ing trans world airlines Constellation carrying 81 Passen Gers and a Crew of 5 landed safely at the greater Pittsburgh Airport last night. All aboard were evacuated through an emergency Chute. Smoke began to sweep into the Cabin about 15 minutes be fore the plane landed on a flight from Boston to los Angeles with stops at new York Pitts Burgh and Chicago. Ten of the occupants suffered Brush Burns of the hands on sliding through an emergency Chute after the plane rolled to a Stop on the runway. Firemen stand by five fire vehicles stood by. A Premier asks King to Coll meeting of rival leaders Vientiane Laos to have to meet the slate s Obi Tralis Premier Prince Souvanna the remark was inter a Houma said today he is Appeal pretend As a Concession to the prob-1 ing to King Savang Vatthana to ably More conservative View Point of the republicans who a of Val left and be in solid control of both legis right Wing rebel regimes in Laos native houses. To discuss the formation of a won t take u. S. Post coalition government. The governor also declined com Souvanna said he has appealed ment on his reaction to a sales _. Tax program if such a measure a8ain to United states to is brought in by his advisory Corn supporting rightist rebel Gen. Mission on tax revision which has Thoumi Nosavan declaring this promised a report by Jan. 1 after facilitate a solution of years of study. Laos s six year old civil War. In other highlights his first to state Capitol news conference in he told he had asked three months the governor United states several to innies 1. On the question of his Possi before but renewed the Appeal at die selection As . Agricultural a meeting Vith ambassador win Secretary repeatedly mentioned Throp g. Brown this morning. Agree on coalition Souvanna and his half brother Prince Souvanna Vong Leader of the communist tinged Patchet lao agreed in Sam Neua saturday to try to form a coalition government of All National parties including representatives of the Patchet lao and Thoumi s regime. Sam Neua in the North is now a Patchet lao in ordeal he sufficed with a Waukesha 8roup Digap season opened saturday. He was official said emergency fractured right leg head Accra. Pc Rcd about l p m. Has body was blunting in Monroe county. Two Cmys even cd names Rome _ Fnnnk at .1 a n m attn an i charges Ghana works with reds probe theft from store at Madison United nations n. V tons and multiple cuts and bruises. He was taken to St Nicholas Hospital at Sheboygan sheriff s officers said his general condition was Good Salm said the Accident occurred found at 5 25 p m. Alter an extensive search of the area. Boys. 16 and 17, about the shooting questioned Olson was hit breaking out from the smolder mrs. Gladys Foster. 42. Wife of b a so shot Hunting in ing wires under the Cabin. The a Beaver dam Clergyman died of Juneau turn to Page 9, col. 4 retired Admiral f Crew Safe on disabled yawl Florence. Ore. 1 retired Admiral and a a 1 c his Crew of Safe stronghold. Thoumi has head Quad four today were reported Safe ters in the South at Savaan Het. Aboard a storm derelict 12 Miles the United states continues off the Oregon coast Ito support Thoumi Souvanna said a coast guard Lifeboat vol have to discuss the prob. Admiral Rubin Wagstaff s Ullh the ministry of defense 47-foot yawl helpless in heaving d take Concrete seas., its masts broken and hang. Earlier Souvanna had said if ing from wind gusts that to negotiate we i will the he also said he has issued or gunfire sunday. Oconto county smoke was believed caused by Ito the Southwest. 100 Miles an hour. Chief Tom Mcadams of Lifeboat radioed that he fo7the recapture of Tuang Tow the yawl sudden Nice to Popup Rabar the Royal capital which probably to Coos Bay 12 Miles the body of Jacoby was found authorities said near devils Lake Stalc Park in faulty wiring. Fifth two of the passengers Wagstaff who had the built two months ago for a was seized by Thoumi forces i last week. Souvanna declined to boat say such an attack might be launched. Both sides Are believed an a pry representative of Cam about i1 30 for the next five that mrs Foster was killed when Sauk county where he had been were from Pittsburgh or were injected trip around the world was to be marshalling their forces for one of the new african coun hours he Lav in the shattered a Tlle held by her husband the Hunting authorities said his Nellc in route Here. The other 29 on a trial run when the storm a showdown Over Luang Rabang tries toddy accused Ghana of to Mobil Bice dec and unable to and Wallet were missing leading working with the soviet Inion to move his cries for help went in to the belief that he May have Madison up police con set up a communist regime in the answered briton to stoves Hen after he suffered a tinned their today at 5 ,5 Cornelius Herr. A re heart attack. Of the mysterious theft of ski i 10 the Delegate. Can rfcs Okala Fanner living near the wreck Sale of Ford firm David Wolf 23. Platteville. Lost in currency from a Sale at the he general scene saw the battered car and his left leg below the knee Sun Harry s. Manchester department that he communists were us spotted an waving out the London the British Day As the result of a Hunting a Storc m downtown Madison. Ghana As a Bridgehead in of window he found Sale tand sum government today approved Pur cadent in Grant county. Wolf was the theft occurred Between Fri Rica he that inc Congo Monad help. A wrecker was need Chase by the american Ford struck in the leg when a Rifle Dis-1 Day evening and saturday morn was a purely african cd to extricate the injured Man. Motor co., of the outstanding charged accidentally in the hands ing. Store officials reported that of full. Took another half hour. I shares of British Ford. Of a companion. Wolf was rushed1 to a Prairie Duchien Hospital i where the limb was amputated. The office Safe was open and Money missing when they Rived saturday. Rica he problem Thuat the a series explains aspects of u. S. Gold problem sometime tins week the government is expected to announce that America s Supply of Gold has dropped below billion for the first time in 20 years. The president has ordered stiff restrictions on overseas spending for military and for eign Aid programs hoping to Stem the Gold loss. Associated press Treasury department reporter and financial writer. Frank Cormier looks into the Gold problem in a series of three articles Starling in today s cent on Page d-12. Today s Index a Mirs map twin cities b s a 4 d 5 a12 an d 1 i i c l n 7 sengers were dispatched to Chi Caro aboard another plane the spokesman said. The four engine Constellation landed at 11.50 p. M. Est. The Crew included capt. A. Lusk. Co Pilot j. Donlon. Jr., flight Engineer a. Weleff and the stewardesses m. Smart and j. Klooze. Twa said the names of the passengers treated were available immediately. Struck. Its radio stayed in opera possibly this week Tion however and the Admiral Able to Call for help Drunken Drivers since Jan. 1 american told to leave Russia Moscow a maj. Irving t. Mcdonald assistant . Air attache was ordered today to leave the soviet Union on the 291. William p. Harford 68, 304 charge of conduct unbecoming a not Otter avr., Oshkosh. Story on Page a i 2 men wounded military attache. The russians accused Mcdon Ald of engaging in activities considered Here As espionage. He is the second . Air at tache expelled from the soviet Union in recent months. Minister counsellor Edward i. Freers was called to the foreign office this afternoon and told that Mcdonald must leave As soon As possible Here it supposed that the . The Congo a f s. Vice Consul. Miss Alison Carlucci said the cyclist crossed in aulsion order was in i a a crowd of knife wielding Palmer Long Island the Road in front of them then t10" Lor the arrest of if or congolese y e s e r d a y fell upon n. A. Who just happened to be turned Back As they swerved to Melenk. Chief of the russian translation Section of the United nations in now York aug 27. Melenk is accused of espionage. Congolese stash at americans after fatal automobile Accident tit can cent pm twisted Metal was All that was left after a car train crash at Weyauwega Sun Day night. Or. And mrs. Arlyn Preuss Weyauwega. Were killed almost instantly when their Auto was struck by a Soo line train at a Highway 142 crossing. The Engineer applied emergency brakes but was unable to avoid the collision. Three american men and a woman passing in her car. Miss him putting himself re neatly whose car accidentally killed a St. Lawrence was taken to to in the path of the car. He was negro cyclist. Two of the Amer killed outright icons Wero wounded before they As the approximately 20 St Rcd could escape. Inf Congo Csc Borc Duel warrant officer Clyde St. Car. Carlucci shouted Lawrence of new Bedford. Mass., a member of the military attache s staff at the u. S. Embassy was stabbed three times As he ran from the car which he had been driving. Stash a. Beaten embassy political officer Frank Carlucci of Wilkes Barre pa., stayed at the scene so the others Valuim Hospital and could get away. He was stabbed blood transfusion. His condition in the Back m the Back and beaten before he was described As not serious. Car miss Palmer stopped when she jumped aboard a passing bus Lucci s wound required three came upon St. Lawrence running blood dripping Over his suit. Stitches. Along the Road bleeding. She said u. S. Military attache it. Col tie four americans were in she saw a truckload of United Edward Danny mister and his wife route to Leopold Ville s Airport to tons soldiers go by and expected pushed through the crowd unhurt see off Deputy undersecretary of them to help the others while if went after St. Lawrence state Loy w. Henderson leaving Carh Icci. The last to leave said therasse he was the Driver. He was after a two Day visit to the con the soldiers never reached the picked up and driven to safety by Golese capital. Scene. He did not know Why not. Miss Palmer Carlucci riven Miller get your wife out of Here 5f0v another Doy before they get at her he stayed behind l a. Soldiers nearby one Man stabbed his knife in the direction of my car Lucci said but Only Tore the Lack it Cater when 1 got aboard the bus someone told me i was bleed ing. I realized then i was stabbed Wisconsin mostly sunny and mild tonight. Partly Cloudy South mostly Cloudy and warmer tonight tuesday mostly Cloudy. Windy and mild except turning cooler with a few sprinkles Likely in the North West portion Dur ing 24-hour period ending at 9 today. High. 52. Low. 33. Temperature at 11 am. Today wind from Southwest at 16 Miles per hour. Barometer at 29.99 inches no precipitation. Sun sets at 4 22 p.m., risen tuesday at . 7.23 pm. Sme Asp fifi c h1v e

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