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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - October 30, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. LII No. 8 30 Pages-Sections A, B APPLETON-NEENAH-MENASHA, WIS., FRIDAY, OCTOBER ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE SERVICE Price Seven Cents Steel Union Asks Supreme Court to Quash Injunction Also Files Motion Seeking Additional Period for Stay Unit-jthe union questioned whether ed SteelworKers union today'the law also covers economic appealed to the supreme court to overturn a Taft-Hart- ley injunction that ordered strikers back to work'ty. well-being. The Steelworkers contended there is no emer- gency now in health or safe- for 80 days. The injunction. issued in Pittsburgh Oct. 21 by U.S. Dist. Judge Herbert Sorg, has been delayed at least until Monday by the Third Circuit court in Philadelphia. The union in addition to The appeal also questioned whether the section confers upon federal district courts an exercise of non-judicial pow- ers in what it called contra- vention of the constitution and the doctrine of separation of powers. The union's petition said the asking overthrow of the in-'f.ate Presents important ques- junction also filed a motion asking the high tribunal to continue the stay. Await U.S. Action A justice department reply of fcderal law have not, but should be, de- cided by the supreme court. It said the emergency pro- visions of Taft-Hartley. "pro- vide an extraordinary remedy __ which has been administered court action on the appeal, was expected later today. After studying the union's without guidance from this court for 12 years." The union and Granite City request for a review, .and steel company signed a new government papers in opposi- iabor pact last night It fol. tion. the supreme court will iowed tne same pattern as un_ decide its next step. agreements with Kaiser It could close out the en- steel corporation, and Detroit tire proceedings at this .corporation earlier in by denying a review. Or it the week, could call for full legal argu- ment. The union's appeal ques- Granite City, the nation's raJ jnte seventeenth largest producer, employs workers in mills tioncd whether the section of with capacity to produce Taft-Hartley law used by tons of steel a year. The company had been oper- ating under terms of a con- tract extension. The firm's mills are located in Granite City, 111. Judge Sorg in granting the in- junction applied to the steel strike. The section refers to na- tional health and safety, and Castro Seeks Missing Key Cuban Leader Officer Vanishes On Flight Toward Cuban Capital BY ROBERT BERRELLEZ Havana Fidel Castro took personal charge today of an air hunt for Maj. Camilo Cienfuegos, a key military leader who vanished Wednes- day on a flight from Camag- uey toward Havana. Cienfuegos, 28, served as the prime minister's arm in the arrest Oct. 21 of the Ca- maguey province military commander, Maj. Hubert Ma- tos. Cienfuegos made the arrest as the army's commander in chief. Then Castro assigned him to take over the provin- cial command, a subordinate job. A widespread search began yesterday for Cienfuegos and two companions. They were long overdue then in comple- ting the 300-mile hop to the capital. There was no imme- diate explanation for the de- lay in announcing that he was missing. Flies to Camaguey Castro flew to the_Camag- area, east of Havana, in Mexico Hurricane and Flood Toll Near announcement Laotian King Dies; Son Succeeds Him j New Monarch Expected to Play Strong Government Roje BY DAVID LANCASHIRE (sign the peace treaty with Ja-iTfllf Revision Luang Prabang, Laos pan? and three years ago he! iVCViaiun I0.11' a state visit to Ameri-Madisoa-W_ A 19-mem- lis personal plane. Among of-' 'icers accompanying him was 3icnfuegos' brother, Capt. Os- many Cienfuegos, chief of the army's department of culture. The twin-engine Cessna car- rying the army chief, a pilot and one soldier, sent a rou- tine radio report to headquar- ters an hour after taking off from Camaguey at 6 p.m. Nothing further Wednesday, was heard. An army said bad weather in the area "could have caused some ac- cident." Cuban air force and civilian planes searched the rolling cattle country yesterday''until dark without finding a trace of the missing men. Deadline Set on Proposals for the world's senior monarch, ca. died last in hir Indo China k i n g d om's fight for sur- vival against the threat ofi c o m m u nist rebels. His father, a direct descen- bcr citizens committee today set a spring deadline on its Photo A Group of Chilton High school boys got into the Halloween spirit in a big way while hearkening back to the days when removal of certain types of buildings was a -common prank. Don't worry that this might happen to your house. The Chilton building is actually being the usual the E. Main street site of the new Commercial bank building. of the state tax revision recommen- Lo dynasty of Southidations to Gov- Gaylord Nel- ardently pro- son' China, was French. With France controlling his as Sisavang The 74-year- In its first progress report to the governor, the commit- i tee also adopted a resolution a protectorate, critical of Wisconsin's pres- ent emphasis on income tax- Sisavang's monarchy was largely a decorative institu- tion. In 1947, at French prod- es and property taxes as the state's chief revenue raisers. old king pass- -m I 'r committee suggested ed away in his monaYchv and be an appropriate gold-spired palace on the Me-, r T m change in the basis income kong river where he has lain indpnpnrfpnr-P structure, and that the for five years, bedridden with- ca "t kino isurtax be significantly reduc- rheumatism and neck can- ui g ?8 P b ed- if not eliminated. neck The committee recom. cer. Crown Savang Vat- hana, appointed regent by his ailing father two months ago, in the government of Laos mended that the manufactur- than his father did. Last week ers> inventory be exempted the nation's acting foreignjfrom the state personal prop- auing ramer uvo momns ago, minister said a new tax and that he cons itu- becomes ruler of the revolt- tinn ...m.1H h_ -nhmittorf tHo'f- u mat me constitu- would be submitted to the, tion be amended to permit national congress by Christ- long-term borrowing by the torn land of a No Chapel Tickets for Nixon Left No more chapel tickets are available for the Nov. 13 talk by Vice President Richard M. Nixon at Law- rence college, but additional tickets now are being print- ed for those who wish to hear Nixon from the Law- rence music-drama center across the street. All 800 chapel tickets for the public were called for at various outlets before noon today. An additional 800 tickets for Lawrence college students also were gobbled up quickly. Nixon is the second speak- er in the "Appleton and the World Community" spon- sored by the Appleton Post- Crescent and Lawrence col- lege. Draheim Criticizes Nelson on Budget Says Governor Didn't Do Job When It Should Have Been Done installments this year, which they said has brought about a needless expenditure for a (fall legislative sitting. The Draheim statement complained that Nelson has Thousands Driven From Homes, Communications Cut, Rescue Hampered BY CHARLES H. GUPTILL Colima, Mexico With or more feared dead from a sneak hurricane and widespread floods, the dazed people of this smallest of Mexico's 23 states today struggled against privation and swarms of poisonous scorpions. The diaster Mexico's worst in recent an area on the Pacific coast slightly larger than New Jersey with a population of about The violent storm that roared through the port of Man- zanillo Tuesday and the floods! that followed drove thousands from their homes, knocked over communications lines and overran highways, hind- ering rescue efforts. The dead may include three U.S. women who were aboard a small coastal freighter ap- parently lost at sea. Estimates Toll Colima State Gov. Rodolfo Chavez Carrillo estimated that about 800 persons were killed in Minatitlan, a farming vil- lage of about located 24 miles northwest of Colima. Other preliminary fatality figures included: Manzanillo, 74; Tecoman, 16; Cihuatlan, in adjoining Jalisco state, 14; Coahuaya- ma, in Michoacan State, 7. The federal government of- ficially put the known dead at 438 but conceded that many hundreds were missing. The navy announced that 21 of 38 persons who had been aboard the 1.800-ton freighter Sinaloa were missing. The navy report did not say wheth- er the rescued included the three American women pas- Lucille Pettet, 55, of Laguna Beach, Calif.; and Mrs. Margaret Gower, 43, 7 Children Die In Iowa Fire Baby Sitter Badly Burned as 2-Room House Burns Down Ottuimva, Iowa Sev- en young children, crowded into a small 2-room house with a baby sitter, died today when fire destroyed the slum area dwelling. The baby sitter, Sharon Ann Dooley, 14, owes her life to a fireman who was familiar with the house, having helped remodel it several years ago. Six of the victims were chil- dren of Mrs. Patricia Van. Home, about 28, who police said was "out on the town" with Mrs. Lorraine Campbell, whose only child, Carla, 4, also was killed. The Van Home children were Karen Kae, 9, Sharon Kay, 7, Patty Sue, 6, Leroy, and her and Debra Ann- 2. and Cynthia, va Whaley Harris, 63, both Acapulco and formerly of San Bernardino. Calif. Bodies in Kitchen The bodies of the children. 'round-the-clock supply drops by all available planes and helicopters. BY JOHN WYNGAARD Staff Writer Madison The first volley in what' will probably be a bitter and extended row in the fall legislative session starting next week was fired last night by Republican members of the legislative fin- ance committee who declared that Gov. Gaylord Nelson--.- "Scorpions are ev- Emergency appeals in the kitchen, food, clothing and had a small window, continued throughout most apparently suffocated, the disaster area despite !Miss Dooley suffered burns actually added t to ths second year budget, after Scorpion Peril There were urgent calls for vaccine against the deadly sting of from their nests in flood- crumbled adobe walls. over two-thirds of -her body and was in critical condition. She was found with the dead children. Authorities were not immed- iately able to determine tha cause of the blaze. Police said a coal stove was apparently the only means of "Thousands of-persons have heating the frame house, but implying earlier that he would stung and need inocula-jit showd no evidence of hav- i spend the summer trying Gov- Chavez Carrillo ing been fired, they said. cut it and that most of "Scorpions are ev- The fire burned across the was simply not prepared to A> and that most of front of the house fjrstf tney He reported that 100 bodies said, blocking the only door. frtantf hraH rtnnvi _- _ _ _ do his job when it should have new money proposals "are been done." warmed over items which the'alreadv m u iftmfj WVSI had been buried inj Officers said the Dooley Budget Stand Hit finance committee considered Minatitlan. another 100 wereigirl daughter of Mr and Mrs The statement was issued and rejected last spring." T 7' Ki- .ofi "Nothing has been pres- Neenah Republican co-chair-jed by .the governor which is still to be buried and officials Nothing has been present- Possibly 600 more would be found in the rubble. phants and the white para- sol. The Paris educated. 52- year-old prince has already been acting as commander in chief of the 25.000-man, U.S.- equipped Laotian army in the campaign to crush a red re- volt. Prince Savang has visited America twice. In 1952 he led the Laotian delegation at the San Francisco conference to mas. I state. Young Suspect Arrested House Gives Whys and Hows On Halloween No Halloween is com- plete without masks and jack-o-lanterns and Char- lie House today gives some helpful hints in words and pictures on the hows and whys of Halloween customs and costumes. You'll see a step by step re- port in pictures on how to carve a pumpkin and read about masks and other Hal- loween customs on Page A-15. The second in a series of five articles on the Green Bay-Brown civtt defense survival plan, which affects several coun- ties in the Fox Cities area, is on Page B-14. Farm Couple Found Fatally Shot in Home Cashton, Wis. An 18- year old service man, ab- sent without leave, was taken triggered the double the district attorney said. Mrs. Nida Morris, 52, moth- n wnic.n so new or so complicated that is controlled by a Democratic it coujd not havle been Arrangements are being majority, at the conclusion to us ]ast sprinK the made to have the sound pip- finance committee ed to the music-drama cen- ter from the chapel. An an- nouncement on where and when tickets for the sound- only section can be obtain- ed will be made as soon as they are available. Hears Mate Scream In Gangland Killing Cleveland While his Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 The GOP members assailed' "II is quite that the governor for insisting'1116 was simply not upon dividing the traditional- prepared lo do h" 29, 1905 N. App.eton ly biennial.budget into annual Turn to Page 5, Col. 1 j (Story on Page A-12) so bady Views of British Marshal wife listened to his oviil VYlllluUk 1GC1VU, ICHtCU e I ier of Theron, lived in a house 59-year-old Michael Snerrazzo into custody today a few hoursjtrailer on Theron's farm. Shef.. a, ,h was sn TODAY'S INDEX Comics B 8 Deaths A12 Editorials A 4 Entertainment B 7 House A16 Kaukauna A 8 Sports A13 Women's Section AlO Weather Map B 9 Twin Cities B 1 after the bullet-torn bodies of his aunt and uncle were found in their farm home where he had been staying. Dist. Atty. William J. Gleiss said it appeared that the youth had shot and killed the couple Thursday night be-i cause they refused to him any longer in their homej Lived on Farm The slaying victims were Theron Morris. 31, and his wife, Rita, 28. parents of three small children. The fam- ily resided on, a farm at Thompson Ridge'eight miles cast of Cashton. Held in custody in the Mon roe county jail at Sparta for questioning in the killings was 18-year old Gary Rhine- schmidt, a nephew of Mrs. Morris. The district attorney said Rhineschmidt, who had been spotted driving the Mor- ris' car, was captured in mid- morning near Montcllo in Marquette county. Rhineschmidt had been sta- tioned somewhere in'Texas but apparently had absented himself without leave from his military post about a month ago. Gleiss said the youth had refused repeatedly to return to his military assignment. 'This quarreling may have found-the bodies of her son and daughter-in-law in their bedroom about 6 a. m. today when she went to the home to Turn to Page 5, Col. 3 was shot to death in gangland style outside his suburban Book Says Ike Golfed Instead of Directing War; Mac Arthur Greatest Dooley, was burned that they been able to question her. Mrs. Campbell, whose truck driver husband, Carl, is re- ported in Illinois, suffered i shock and was taken to a hos- jpital. Mrs. Van Home refused to comment, police said. The fire was discovered by Mrs. Tom Anderson, Sr., grandmothei of the Van Home children. Anderson, who lives about half a block away, tried to get into the house but was driven back. Carbo Guilty on 3 of 10 Counts New York W) Frankia Carbo, underworld figure in j boxing, interrupted his con- London A new book' a crucial stage of World war 'and "he never faces realit- sP'racv trial today to plfead ;es darkness. guilty to three counts of a 10- count indictment. He pleaded guilty to acting Shaker Heights home wartime memoirs says II in Europe but called Gen. Two gunmen in a black sedan Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower D o u g 1 a s MacArthur "thei fled the scene in pre-dawn played golf instead of guiding greatest general and the best1 "ew instalment. _______o jallied military preparations at strategist that the war from diarv notations of as a manager in a boxing duced." November, 1944, said there match without a license and The book is based on the was "a very unsatisfactory acting as a matchmaker with. _ stdtc of 3ii3irs in Frsncc with o a r a i count AlsnbrooKC who 35 Sir ocssions Alan Brooke was chairman of no runninS lhe land bat- John A. Mullen held Carbo for the British chiefs of staff in sentencing Nov. 30. the war. The second instal- Eisenhower, though of his diaries and cor- posed was on respondence is incorporated ,golf hnks at May be Warm tircly detached and taking in "Triumph in the D. w which goes on sale here n? parHn But s Still Wet ,day. It was compiled by Sir the war' Alanbrooke wrote. Bryant from the pri- Matlers Sot so bad- nc add" vate papers of Alanbrooke, !.d' lhal a deputation of Maj. now livine in rctirempnt in thr- Gcn- Sir John Whitely, a se- now living in retirement in the south of England. Ike Played Golf AP Wirrphoto What More Can a Pair of fun-loving pumpkin heads say in a situation like this after they've left the farm? This bewitching situation, the product of the imagination of a Hartford, Conn., photographer, Is a sort of trick or treat warm- up for Halloween. nior British officer on Eisen-j bower's staff, and U. S. Lt. I Press Sec. James C. Hagerty was asked for comment on Alanb r o o k e s statements. .supreme allied commander. They "went up to him to tell him that he must get down comment.'" In the first instalment, Alan- brooke rapped Eisenhower as a man whose strong point was charm rather than military ability. He also criticized the wartime leadership of Prime Minister Churchill, saying his drive made him troublesome anbrooke wrote. There is a contention that shortcomings in American leadership threw away a chance to end the European war in-1944. Alanbrooke puts much of the blame on Eisenhower, pic- Turn to Page 5, Col. 4 with occasional light rain or drizzle tonight .and Satur- day. Not much change in temperature; low tonight, near 40, high Saturday, near 50. Appleton Temperatures during the 24-hour period ending at 9 a.m. today: High, 53; low, 39. Tempera- ture at 11 a.m. today, 47. Wind out of east -at 3 miles an hour. Precipitation .02 inches. Barometer at 30.38 Inches. Sun sets at p. rises Saturday at moon Saturday at a. m. Prominent star is talr. ;