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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - September 19, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL U No. 73 28 B WIS.f SEPTEMBER ASSOCIATED PXCM WIRB CEKVICE Price Seven Cents North Central Adds Flight to Appleton Starting Oct. 26 Third Round Trip Daily Seen In Spring if Traffic Warrants Appleton will get a second daily round trip passenger flight to Milwaukee and Chi- cago on North Central Air- lines beginning Oct. 26. William H. chairman of the Appleton Chamber of Commerce's air service com- in making the nouncement said an- the airline has worked out all de- Crippled But Lands Safely Airliner Uses Only 2 Engines After Losing Propeller Shannon Air France Super-Con- stellation flying from New York to Paris landed safely at Shannon airport today with one propelle'r ripped off and embedded in the fuselage. The ship made the landing using only the two port engines. The plane carried 12 passen- gers. No one was hurt. About 400 miles off the Irish coast the propeller broke away from a starboard engine after the other had been feathered for mechanical trouble. It stuck into the fuselage just above the wing and smashed cabin .windows. The plane lost height and at one time was skimming the with B spray rushing in through brok- en windows. BadiOB for Help As soon as the stricken plane radioed news of its mis- Shannon ordered one of erations' ever off 'the coast Planes-went out to escort the crippled airliner. Lifeboats moved out into the Atlantic and fire engines and ambulances stood landing strip. by on the the two hours it took the airliner to struggle to hundreds of airport farmers and school children watch as the Constellation crept through a hazy sky. Lazily it circled over the air- lying slightly on its port side like a wounded bird while the pilot boosted power to make a balanced landing. The Capt Andre Com- walked from the plane with perspiration dropping from his face. was a terrible exper- he said. I managed to up enough power to make a good He said that at first mech- anical trouble developed in the outer engine and when it was the inner engine cut away. Hope Suffers Vision Loss From Overwork Hollywood Comic Bob Hope has suffered partial loss of vision in his left eye be- cause of overwork. Hope says his doctor tells conference that .would jeopar- him that ultimately nature dize our unity. Independence tails with the civil aeronautics board in D.C. A third round trip may be added next spring if traffic de- velopment warrants Pifer revealed. The October flight will leave Chicago at 1 arrive 'in Milwaukee at p.m. and Appleton at p.m. Turning around at it will leave at p.m. and arrive in Milwaukee at p.m. and Chicago at p.m. Present Schedule North Central now serves Outagamie County airport with a daily flight that leaves Chi- cago at arrives in Appleton at a.m. and ends after in- termediate at p.m. The return segment of the same flight leaves Minneapo- lis at a.m. and arrives to Appleton at p.m. and Chicago at p.m. new schedule is set up to allow the Appleton business- man to remain in his office as late as possible and still take advantage of the numerous in- terairline connections at Chi- cago Midway airport between 5 and p.m. Pifer said. flights of all car- riers are concentrated during these hours to afford the traveler nearly 100 connec- tions to west and south In announcing the new round Pifer also have been made in Washington to pro- vide for mail North Central for the Appleton ser- vice which began July 1. The airline had contended it could not meet its break-even need Turn toiPage Col. 7 48 Lost Lives In India Flood in Central India have claim- ed. 48 lives to three the Times of India reported today from Akola. Indian's only newsprint the Nepa mills at Ne- was damaged. About peasant houses have collapsed and thousands are shelterless. The floods are 500 miles away from Surat where an of- report said 31 bodies have been recovered. The Times of India said the toll was much and estimated 500 tog or dead. i West Disappointed in Arms v Proposal but Pledges Study AP WlrephoU This Is the Way Soviet Premier Khrushchev and New York's Gov. Rockefeller greeted each other at their meeting here Friday night. The governor called on Khrushchev at the tetter's suite at Waldorf-Astoria hotel. U. S. Speeds Drive Against Racketeers Mitchell Asks Data From Hoffa on Crime Records BY LEIF ERICKSON San Francisco Labor P. Mitchell told the AFL-CIO convention yes- terday the government is cracking down swiftly against racketeers and subversives to union leadership under the new labor control law. Mitchell disclosed he wired a demand to teamsters union boss James R. Hoffa that he produce within 10 days a list of all teamsters union officers or employes with criminal or Communist records. The Landrum-Griffin labor which President Eise'n- hower signed last bans anyone convicted of cer- Won't Jeopardize Laos Rejects Russian Plan for Conference Laos The Laotian government today re- jected a Soviet proposal forj another Geneva-type confer-j ence to end the fighting in North Vietnamese aggres- sion. He would not say when this would take place. Questioning of prisoners byj the U.N. fact finding team is expected to be part of the Laos. will not accept any will balance the vision. Hope suffered a blood clot behind the-eye last when he made a 16.000 mile tour of U.S. military bases in Europe Africa. Every Ladies'Day in Post-Crescent One of the first women journalists was Anne Roy- who scooped her col- leagues by interviewing Potomac-swimming Presi- dent JohnQuincy Adams while sitting on his clothes. _ readers benefit from the work and writ- ings of women in every branch of journalism. Every day you'll find numerous features written by for that cover almost every field of interest to Post-Crescent bomemakers. TODAY'S INDEX Cwntcs _ MfKS A9 B S AC B Alt A 7 Alt AM Weadwr All B 5 Laotian government's mentation of its case. docu- tain crimes or a Communist party member from serving as a union years after such conviction or mem- bership. Mitchell demanded that Hoffa advise action your organization is taking re- garding these A union knowjngly employ- ing a criminal offender vio- lates the new law's provisions as does the official himself. Hoffa said in Detroit he would turn Mitchell's tele- gram over to his lawyers for study and when I receive He indicated he was fa- miliar with the contents of the telegram but declined com- ment. Speed Inquiries The labor secretary said he sent similar messages to offi- cials of some other too. He did not name them. The department of justice and his own Mitchell are undertaking immedi- ate investigations of officers and employes of some Mitchell said his staff al- ready has started working through 2J years of senate racket committee testimony in which some union leaders and labor management consult- ants were identified as crim- iinal offenders. Aims to Help Farm Labor Cabinet Member Requests Aid of AFL-CIO Leaders San Francisco Sec. of Labor James P. Mitchel wants the AFL-CIO's help in of tbc nation's farm which he called most depress ed area of American Mitchell blazed out at cer- tain farm interests yesterday in a speech to the AFL-CIO biennial convention here. interests have traditionally besieged the gov- ernment to act on their be- half whenever agricultural problems become too difficult for the industry itself to Mitchell said. Tours Ranches let the government at- tempt to act to eliminate the depressed condition of the farm worker and his family and what do'you hear from the farm They don't want the government in- tervening in their On Wednesday. Mitchell' made an all-day tour of ranches in the near-' by Santa Clara inves- tigating workers' housing and talking to laborers. He promises of im- proved conditions from sever- Abandon Hope For 47 Men in Scottish Mine Rescue Attempts Delayed While Fire Is Put Out Scottish miners were 'given up for dead today as rescue operations stopped temporarily while a coal mine was flooded to extinguish an underground fire. Rescue squads toiled for 18 lours to put out the fire until Lhey were driven back by a large concentration of carbon monoxide gas the dreaded white damp that can cause death in minutes. 'Altogether 47 men are missing in the colliery and are presumed an official jf the government's coal board said last night. is practically no hope of sur- The fire started in the 50- year-old Auchengeich colliery yesterday morning when an electric fan burst into flames. Nearby supporting girders and timbers caught fire. Acrid fumes and smoke rolled rap- idly through passageways. Man Rescued The flames ate through tim- bers and caused rock and earth trapping the min- ers who were riding on a pit train feet underground. Rescue workers equipped with oxygen masks descended Most Experts Look Upon Plan by Khrushchev as Propaganda Maneuver BY WILLIAM N. OATIS United Nations Soviet Premier Nikita SL Khruschev's 4-year plan for a world without armies or arms struck most non-communist diplomats today as a propaganda one worthy of study. Western delegates at the U.N. promised to give con- sideration to the plan but the prediction was they will eventually reject it as a Utopian dream everyone only a dream at the present stage of the east-west struggle. Disappointment was felt in many world capitals that basically his widely adver- tised program put forward yesterday before the 82- nation general assembly 'of- fered little new. Khrushchev was about establishing quickly and were able to res- cue one man. The body of another was brought to the surface about noon. Only a three day strike which ended Thursday prob- ably prevented a greater trag- edy. The mine. 10 miles from employed 800 men. Most had stayed home and planned to resume work Mon- day. vague controls for his program of scrapping armed forces and weapons of western insistence on controls has been the nub of the disarmament deadlock. Sec. of State Christian A. Hcrter said in a formal state- ment the scheme require very careful examination though it seems to repeat proposals for total disarma- ment made by the Soviet Un- ion in 1932 and United Her- ter go as far on the path of Controlled disarma- ment as any other country. I stress the word 'controlled' because up to now the previ- ous proposals have foundered on the Soviet government's refusal to agree to effective Sec. Sel newsmen in Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 243. Lionel Star Weyauwega. on Page British Foreign wyn Lloyd on arriving told back don this morning is the of any disarma mcnt plan. Lloyd declared the plan he submitted to the U.N. on Turn to Page Col. 4 Pilot Plans Last Leg of Globe Solo Gluck mann says he expects to take Purge Forecast in Red China Deep Difficulties Indicated Over Commune System BY GEOFFREY GOULD Washington The con- vulsive shakeup in the top echelons of the regime may red Chinese turn into a sweeping state depart- ment experts say. The department's experts on China say the violent re- shuffle on the eve of commu- nist China's tenth anniversary of power can mean only one Deep trouble over the commune system set up a year a system that tried to organize the Chinese peas- antry into semi-mihtary pro- duction units. At least four members the powerful communist cen- tral committee have been thrown out with no announce- ment that they will be assign- ed to other jobs. Drastic Shakeup These are Chang Wen-t'ien and Wang Chia-hsiang. vice ministers of foreign affairs. Marshal Peng Teh-huai. min- ister of and Gen. Hu- off for San Francisco late to- former army day on the last leg of his globe-girdling solo flight. The flying who arrived here from Wake Island Friday said chief of staff. These names mean nothing to most Americans. But put it in American Suppose the secretary of state's two Television Time Stolen Guterma Accused of Theft From His Firm he expects to leave bctwcenjtoP the secretary of 4 and 6 p.m. on the defense and a top army ad- viser all were suddenly fired out of hand by President Eis- enhower. That gives a rough equiva- lent to the upheaval thai is going on in Mao Tse-tung's China. New York pany with which he was an al operators and closed downjAlexander G u t e r m a hasjcxccutive. one farm labor camp accused of stealing a first time-the labor secrctaryihalf-million dollars worth of has ever taken such a 'television time from a com Unidentified Sub Seen Off Miami 'Miami Beach. Fla. The government is investigat- and territorial act- tog Foreign Minister Sisoukj Na Champassak told news- men. Sisouk said communist North Vietnamese radio broadcasts continued to sup- port the Soviet which said red China should be included in such a ence. The Geneva conference ofi 1964 the war to Indo- China and resulted in the tition of Viet Xam into antagonistic one com-1 munist and the other pro- western. Sisouk confirmed that royal Laotian forces Wednesday re- occupied a village 10 miles from the North Viet Nam border which commun- ist rebels had captured Sisouk said the reds had tacked in battalion of 600 to TOO men. He they withdrew to point three miles east of Samteu. Qvulioii Prisoners The villafe is defended by two companies of government troops numbering from 130 to 150 men. Sisouk said. The acting foreign minister said interrogation of six North Vietnamese regular soldier prisoners was He said a North Vietnamese newspaper ing the reported sighting of Gutcrma not only stole the an unidentified submarine off from the Bon Ami iporalion. a Brooklyn 5Ub. which intelligence grand jury indictment agents believe was not Am- chargcs. but later sold it back surfaced three miles Bon which -W knew it had owned it in the jng the first place. said. The handed up The sub's coning tower was yesterday as the latest in a spotted Thursday in fishing jlong line of swindling charges grounds off Government .Cut. the 44-year-old Gutcr-'Thc sighting was reported ov- ma. also the Coast Guard emcrgen- Gutcrma. then chairman of cy frequency by the charter the board of Bon Ami. and boat Thunderbirid. tbc Herald I several associates engineered said. loan from the company to an individual. The borrower to put up S350.000 Winter's Brief Stay worth of television time he had received in exchange for SoOfS film rights. Added When the borrower dcfault- _ ed. he offered another in TV time for additional security. Then Guterma agreed to responsibility for the jloan. without ever mentioning ie Bon Ami management It was so secured. One of Guterma's dummy corporations bought the note for another dummy corporation bought the TV time from the first dummy corporation. T h en the second dummy corporation bought an addi tional worth of TV for from A Girl At Right Holds Onto an iron fence as police 400 pickets surged menacingly at police lines. Police company that needed funds. who was a struggle to break up crowds of pickets which erupted broke up the arrested the man who threw The worth of time to ncar.riot outside Unitcd Nations As----------v ._. then sold to Bon Ami was tell Sisouk said the prisoners' Khrushchev's motorcaae was leaving after his an unidentified man in the crowd began to applaud. A picket punched him and the whole crowd of about v would be tamed over to the U.X. fact finding mission to support Laotian charges of the punch and also seized a second man. They were the first arrests in connection with Khrushchev's visit to a bargain price of Total profit for Gutenmaj and his dummy according to the Indictment. was thus I Wisconsin Cloudy to- day with scattered showers mostly west and north clearing in most toward evening. Somewhat warmer most sections to- day. Partly cloudy and a little warmer tonight. Sun- day partly cloudy north- fair southeast and warmer. Temperatures ex- pected to remain in 50s to- night. Appleton Tempera- tures for the 24-hour period ending at 9 a.m. High 68. low 51. Tempera- ture at 10 a m. today Precipitation at OS of an inch. Barometer reading with wind 12 an hour from the south. Mold count 54 per cubic yard and pollen count 29 per Sim sets at ris- es Sunday at moon rises at lEWbPAPFRl ;