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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - September 11, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin r CENT VOL LI No. 66 28 Poges--Sections 1959 AMOCIATKO samcx Price Seven Cents UN Members ival Ftw Sour Notes On Plans for New Conferences BY WILLIAM N. OATIS United N.Y. Kenneth stabbed in the seized the With a few sour all 82 U.N. members have joined in a chorus of approval of a Big Four -agreement for ftation disarmament talks out- side U.N. _ 82-member disarma- ment commission late yester- day gave general consent to a resolution on the talks which Will start at Geneva early T unexpectedly brought to a close 'a meeting of the commission which.had continue un- til Mpnday with .many small nations criticizing' the new machinery. Charges Self Interest But Christian X. Palamas of Greece complained that the -jfive communist and five west- era nations on the projected disarmament c o m m i t tee the subject of their 1 interest. He said Greece would i deem invalid any con- sideration in her absence of questions affecting her inter- ests. After Shooting 3 in Hold up Calif. A former convict was shot to death last night after wound- ing three persons in a wild battle during an attempt to hold up a market. One of the victims is a eight months preg- nant. She was shot in the ab- domen. Assistant -Market Manager Sales Tax or Higher Income Levies Advocated for State noldupman's gun and killed him with shots in the heart and groin. Police identified the robber as William of Police Capt. W. E. Hegi gave this gunman entered the market shortly before closing his pregnant and box boy' Rich- ard E. were work- ing. Kills Gunman The holdupman approached Benson and marched him to the hit the robber on the head with a bag of quarters. gunman shot Lifsey and Mrs. Benson. Benson wrestled the gun put of his hand after being shot him down. trailing ran to the rear of the store and called police. Hegi.said 'Coleroff was car- rying a brief case which con- tained a sawed off shotgun and a gas mask. his wife and Lifsey underwent surgery at -Glen- dale Memorial hospital. Train Strikes Auto 6 Children Killed In Minnesota Crash t Minn. brothers and were killed today when a freight train rammed the car carry- ing them to school. Their the only other occupant of the was in- jured A school patrol struck by flying also was-lnjured. j T-- Mrs.'James a was driving her older children to school with the younger ones accompanying them. The crash claimed all .the children'in the family. Dead at the scene were Mi- Bar- and 2. died .shortly after reaching a Wa- seca 'hospital. Robert the patrol about was standing iiiearr the crossing and was struck by .fragments of Jthe Zimmerman car. Hos- pital attendants said the child suffered a broken leg and back injuries. Mrs. Zimmerman was driv- ing to Sacred Heart Catholic less than a block from the accident scene. Several classmates of the Zimmer- man children saw the crash from the school grounds. Crossing Near'Station The school a nun. students were quite upset. For a while they mill- ed almost in shock. After about two they started to calm was Deputy Sheriff Don Eustice said. Bodies of two of the children were thrown out of the car and were lying on siding tracks. The crossing is at the Min- neapolis'and St. Louis railway in. the heart of this southern Minnesota city 70 miles sooth of the twin ies. cit- Summer's Time to Plan For Winter Labor Day marks the end of the summer season. Cooler weather has return- ed to the Fox bring- ing with it the first thoughts of fall. The pages of your daily Post-Crescent arc your best source of ideas and suggestions on every- thing you'll need to get ready for and to enjoy the cool weather ahead. From news of the big Fall Fash- ion Revue to bow to care for your flowers before the first frost find it an'in the paper. TODAY'S INDEX Comics B 4 Editorials 'A t BviMttir Pages M 9 A 7 Sptrts All TeJeTMM AH Wwiwu's SeeftM Alt TwteCMes 1 Series Alt A 4 Fact-Finding Plan Fails to Steel Firms Reject Proposal Made by 2 U. S. Senators Paul Dies in Hollywood Paul star of stage and died today at his home of an heart attack. A fire department rescue squad called to the home ar- rived too late. With the actor at the time were his ac- tress Jan and his Lee E. Siegel. was known for light comedy roles as well as his more serious portray- als. y New York The steel industry rejected today a suggestion that a fact-finding committee take part in set- tling the 59-day-old nationwide steel strike. R. Conrad chief in- dustry was asked about the possibility of creat- ing such a board and repeat- ed the industry's stand against stay government intervention in the steel negotiations. Yesterday Republican Sens. Jacob K. Javits of New York and George D. Aiken of Ver- mont suggested that the president set up a fact-finding committee .if United Steelworkers union and the 12 major steel companies in- volved fail to settle the.strike in a week. Scattered Talks Such a fact-finding commit- they could make recommendations for new contracts. The industry consistently has favored open collective bargaining rather than gov- ernment intervention.- For the second consecutive negotiations were scat- tered in different rooms of the Hotel Nelson Vetoes Bear-Killing Bill Madison Gov. Gay- lord Nelson today vetoed an assembly bill that would have permitted farmers to kill or capture bears damaging their crops. many parts of northern Nelson bill would amount to declar- ing a continuous open 'season on the killing of black The governor said statutes now require the state to pay for any damage inflicted by bears or deer. light of this he does hot seem reasonable .to provide land- owners with special privileges regarding the destruction of wild bear while maintaining the present protections on Welcome for Princess new approaches to solution of tcria of an industrial east-west problems. Any agreement for a later Beatrix of Holland Arrives in New York New York The Netherlands' blonde. 21-year-old Princess Beatrix arrived today on .a spanking new Dutch and got a royal welcome in New York's heartiest style. A21-gun salute she is the heir presumptive to the1ciear no Dutch boomed across the sunlit harbor. Fireboats cascaded their plumes of white harbor craft and other vessels tooted their whistles to greet and helicopters and conventional planes circled her ship. The smiling princess trans- ferred from the Rot- the modern stacklcss gray and white liner that brought her across the Atlan- to the Dutch destroyer Geldcrland which lay waiting at the entrance to New York harbor. lUyal Welcome The crew of the sleek war- ship lined the deck in white uniforms as their wearing a blue wool suit with white collar and a close-fit- ting cornflower blue boarded with her party of of- ficials. The city's fun panoply for visiting royalty awaited her reception at the ancient Battery on the tip of Manhat- a ticker tape parade up the lower canyons of the and a luncheon at the official residence. Her visit to attend the 350th anniversary of the Dutch ex- ploration of the Hudson was underscored by a from the Rotterdam. The lin- er dipped her flag off Staten approximately the spot where Henry Hudson an- chored his tiny -Half Moon 3i centuries ago. Note Element Of Incongruity In Tax Talks Democrats Have Long Looked Down On Financing Plan AT Ruben President of a youth gang in New City sticks out his tongue in defiance after his arrest. Patrolman John the arresting officer stands with Aguirre. Ike Hopeful of Summit Session Urges Khrushchev to Come With Constructive Program Washington President Eisenhower held open today the possibility .that'his man-to-man talks with Soviet-Pre- mier beginning may lead to a summit conference. That could mean negotiations on the future of Germany and other world issues. In a radio-TV report to the nation last night Eisenhower called on Khrushchev to come to Washington with tive ideas and suggestions that could provide the basis for responsible negotiation on the issues that divide He ex- pressed carefully guarded op- timism about the possibility of moving toward better un- derstanding between Russia and the west. Sticks to Policy is my profound he some real progress will be even though one would be so bold as to predict such an Study Group Links Them With Ability to Maps 4 Sales Proposals BY JOHN WYNGAARD SUff Writer Madison There is strong element of incongruity in x the discussion of the pos- sibility of sales taxation in Wisconsin under the auspices of a Democratic state admin istration. representing a po litical party that has regard- ed such financing methods as anathema for years. last week state Dem ocratic Chairman Patrick Lu cey repeated that the Demo crats will oppose a sales although it has become obvi- ous that the governor as titu- lar party leader has been try- ing to lessen the rigidity of the Democratic position. Balance Tax System Political includ- ing have examin- ed closely the composition of the 19-man advisory commit- tee chosen by Nelson to ex- amine the professors' findings and to make a report with policy recommendations to him. There is a growing belief that the committee contains a majority of members who would favor a sales tax to bal- ance the state property and income tax system which is Turn to Page 6 Paul Souve New Quebec Premier Quebec Paul last night was named pre- mier of Quebec to succeed the late Maurice Duplessis. Sauve has been youth and welfare minister and was Du- plessis' right-hand man. appeared to be backing into a sales tax as a way out of its financial as Gov. Nelson's technical tax advisors reported that the controversial sales levy can be modified to make it similar to alternative income tax plans in its effect upon most taxpayers. The second chapter of the governor's tax impact study was made public here today and will be presented Monday to the citizens tax advisory committee chosen by the governor to-help him. make financial recom- mendations to the state legislature. in November. The advisory group is head- ed by President Miller Upton of Boloit college. Highlight of the statistical report today was the finding that the legislature could adopt either a three per cent Plan Curbs on Delinquency New York City Aims to Restrict Sale of Weapons New Rob- ert F. Wagner says city offi- cials will meet early next week to recommend changes n outmoded weapons laws in battle against youth vio- ence. At a meeting yesterday on delinquency Wag- ner said current laws do not cover such juvenile gang weapons as razor-tipped poles and starters' pistols the latter intended to fire blanks at sports events. 'We need a complete re- vamping of laws on all levels to curb the sale of weapons of all said the mayor. includes ammu- nition and knives. We have agreed to take steps as soon as possible to get the legis- lation we The meeting also urged speedup of the city's court system. are too many youths in prison awaiting tri- said Wagner. lie agreed the backlog of court cases was too big and said he would confer soon with criminal court judges and ask them to put in long- er hours clearing their dock- ets. sales tax with an income tax credit plan of per or a flat one per cent in- crease in all brackets of the present individual income tax and achieve about the same effect in its proportion- al weight upon the majority of Wisconsin residents. Two Alternatives The two alternatives ap- outcome. Throughout his speech Ei- senhower emphasized that he does not intend to abandon any principle of basic Ameri- can policy in his search for Khrushchev's Itinerary Cpasf to Cocrsf Program Mapped In U. S. for Visiting Russian BY JOE F. KANE coast-to- coast whirl of white black tie and business suit dinners lias been lined up for Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrush- chev's American tour. Also on the docket is a lunch in the employes' cafe- chev with this country's mili- tary and industrial only one visit to a factory and none to military bases are in- cluded before he reaches Pittsburgh. President Eisenhower and Vice President Richard M. summit he said. Welcome by. Ike Details for the first days of the visit were nine an- the be based upon the ccr-jngunccd yesterday by of Soviet respect white House. They cover his the position of the western'tour through Washington. New powers in Berlin. In he must be some matter how that sen- Los Angeles. San Fran- cisco and DCS Moines. Schedules for his visit to Pittsburgh and a second stay ous negotiation will Washington will be an- about real promise of rcduc-Jnounced ing the causes of world ten-j Despite hopes of some U. S. impress Khnish- Zablocki Against Khrushchev Visit Nixon and Mrs. Nixon will greet the Soviet leader and his party when his big jet air- liner arrives at a.m. next Tuesday at nearby An- drews Air Force base. Others in the official wel- coming party will include Sec. of State Christian A. Herlcr land Mrs. Hcrtcr and Ambas- jsador Henry Cabot Lodge and jMrs. Lodge. Lodge. United representative to the Rep. United will accom- peared also to square with the findings of the committee in the first chapter of its report last week that the middle income groups of the Wisconsin population are pay- ing proportionately less in the costs of all local and state government than are the low bracket taxpayers and those earning about Director John Gronouskl of the of five University of Wisconsin Turn to Page Col. 1 Confesses He Killed Young Son New York Joiin and Delia Slattery were listening to the radio newscast when the announcer told of the find- ing of the body of a boy in a trash can. Mrs. Slattery said her hus- band suddenly glared at her and blurted your son. I killed the kid. I shoved him into the garbage The woman snatched up her 3-month old son an- other Michael. a daughter. Jane. and Tan to a neighbor's apartment where she called police. Slattery. who he had been drinking was captured yesterday after a struggle on the rooftop of his Bronx house. Last Tuesday afternoon his son Jeremiah. 4. had him by fooling with the burn- ers of the gas Slattery said. He struck the boy and beat his head against the wall. The youngster lost conscious- ness and the father failed to bring him around after put- i ajpany Khrushchev on the a batWub full United Eisenhowers Washington Clement Zablocki delegate to the said today he believes'tivc. the impending visit of Mrs. Eisenhower will not N Driva Premier Nikita Khrushchev the air base. An aide saidiNew Hampshire a mistake and will result in j this is in keeping with a cus- Starts for Rockefeller no good. i torn she has adopted. water. The Milwaukee leave the White Concord. N. H. A man will be in New greet Queen Elizabeth move- Tuesday for the opening of j Great either. jrncnt was started today in the United Nations General assembly. He and Rep. James G. Fulton were named by President Eisen- hower as the two United Na- tions delegates from congress this year. Nixon Rules Against Proposal by Wiley Washington Sen. fc WVUB vww Ten brass bands will liven i New which will up the red carpet reception.jvotc next March 8 in the Use Ike's Car j lion's first presidential Eisenhower will ride of 1960. Premier and Mrs. Khrush-i A group of 40 prominent chcv in the president's Granite State residents asked blctop car on the short tripJGov. Nelson Rockefeller of into Washington. iNcw York to become a can- Khrushchev will have a pri- didatc for the Republican vatc luncheon at the presi-' presidential nomination. dent's guest house before ing to the White House for .1 A mid afternoon conference Perfect Weof her for Alexander Vulcy sue- with Eisenhower. gcslcd today that senate rulcsj The Eisenhowers will fi Foof ball Ti ffS might permit Soviet tcrtain at a white tie dinncrj v the communist Chinese embassy in New Delhi carrying one reading Hands Off Bharat is another name for India. Nikita S. Khrushchev to nisht at the White the senate as uninvited for the Khrushchcvs. j and perhaps even dc-j Wednesday's schedule calls liver a speech. jfor a visit to the agricultural j Vice President rimcnt station at Bclts-j promptly in an opinionlvilJc. an address to the' requested by that tbeiWashington press corps at ai senator was wrong. Nbconj National Press club said a long line of precedents' and a motor indicates that through the capital. could be admitted to the The Khrushchcvs will Rive only as the invited OTCSt a dinner that at the Rus- of some senate com- embassy in honor of the mittcc of member. j Eisenhowers. Wiley raised the question in M a senate speech in which he IWeXICO S quoted from Rule 33 which Vitit to U S lists those who may be admit- VIIIf w- tcd to the senate. The list in- cludes of national legislatures of foreign Washington Mexico's President Adolfo Lopez Ma-j the United coun-itcos will visit States Oct. 9-14. Wisconsin Fair today and tonight. A little cr today and not quite so cool Saturday part- ly cloudy and turning cooler hi the north and central por- tions. Outlook for fair and cool. Appk-ton Temperatures for 24-hour period ending at 9 a. m. High 62. low 43. Barometric reading at 30.39 with winds from the southeast and variable. Dis- comfort index at 57. Tem- perature at 11 a. m. 58. Pollen 130. Sun sets at p. rises Saturday at moon sets Saturday at a.m. EWSPAPERl ViEWSPA-PERl ;