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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Wisconsin Rapids, WisconsinFifty first Yew no. Wisconsin rapids Wisconsin saturday june 13, 1964 single copy ten cents cab Bureau recommends area port near Mosinee students on Cuba visit attack . Aerial View of Whiting Plover paper Mill acquired by Nesco Whiting Plover paper co. To be subsidiary of Nekoosa Edwards says it would save line nearly a year Washington a the civil aeronautics Board s Bureau of economic regulation recommends today establishment of regional airports at every Complex in the so called North Central area except Rhinelander land o lakes wis. We no longer oppose land o lakes receiving its seasonal air service at its own Bureau counsel Howard g. Feldman Nekoosa Edwards paper co. Has completed negotiations to acquire Whiting Plover paper co. At Stevens Point through an Exchange of Stock according to a joint announcement issued Friday afternoon by Samuel a. Casey Nekoosa Edwards president and Thomas Leech president and treasurer of Whiting Plover. The agreement has been approved by the directors of both companies and a special meeting of Nekoosa Edwards shareholders has been called for july 17. Propose Stock Issue at this meeting the shareholders Mill be asked to authorize an is sue of shares of preferred Stock an undisclosed amount of which will be exchanged for the outstanding preferred and com Mon shares of Whiting Plover. The remainder of the proposed Issue is to be held available for future acquisitions or other corporate purposes. In their joint statement Casey and Leech declared this joining of two companies located less than 20 Miles apart on the Wisconsin River will result in Many operating marketing and technical advantages. It is our plan to re Tain present personnel and to take advantage of the special features of both subsidiary operation Whiting Plover which will be operated As a wholly owned subsidiary of Nekoosa Edwards produces a Broad line of air dried cot ton fiber Content Bonds ledgers onion skin papers typewriter papers Chart papers and specially items distributed nationally by a i proximately 140 franchised whole Sale merchants and nearly 100 additional merchants handling portions of the line. Principal Branc names Are Plover Artesian Cole Springs be romanized Parchment and keyboard. G. E. Veneman executive vie president and director of Market ing for Nekoosa Edwards Pape co., reported that no change in present Whiting Plover distribution or marketing policies i planned. The extensive list o franchised distributors of Whiting Plover s Mill Brand papers is a skillful and successful As any col ton fiber Content distribution or Gamza Tion in the Industry and w annual production of the two Fourdrinier paper machines at Whiting Plover Mill approximates tons. The company employs 190 production workers and 40 administrative supervisory and sales personnel. Founded in o not intend to disturb he Aid. Employs 230 1891 As the Plover paper co., the name was changed to Whiting Plover paper co. In 1912. Nekoosa Edwards which owns and operates Mills at Nekoosa port Edwards and Potsdam n. Y., currently employs More than production administrative and sales personnel. Total production in 1953 exceeded tons from 11 paper making machines. Retains identity some of the administrative and management functions of the two companies May be combined in the future according to Casey. Leech will become a member of the Nekoosa Edwards Board of directors and will continue to direct 9 28-tenant apartment building planned Here g r o u n a breaking ceremonies will be held at 8 . Monday or the new Conway House apart ments to be constructed in the lock Between 2nd and 3rd its. At Witter St. Announcement of the project was made today by Robert Cameron Milwaukee president of to Northbrook apartments inc., which will own and operate the son Way House. David Cannon a Milwaukee attorney is Secretary of the corporation. Donald ii. Gut Raan and associates were architects for the building. Former Conway Home the apartments will occupy the site of the former Home of county judge Byron b. Conway which has been razed. One half of the entire Block will be utilized for the building and grounds. Designed for 28 tenants the apartments will be a combination of one room units and two room units with a formal dining room each apartment will have either one or two patios or balconies and All will have a View of the wis Consin River. The building will be 2vi Storie High and will feature an Auto Matic elevator and heated Park ing in the basement for 28 cars. There will be Central hot water leading with controls in each apartment and a zone control in each room. Electric ranges re Tige raters disposals and air conditioners will be included in Al units and the two bedroom units will have two air conditioners. The lobby will be tastefully furnished and a social room on the first floor just off the lobby will be provided for use by ten ants. Automatic laundry facilities will be available on the premises occupancy Date it is hoped that the Conga House will be ready for occupancy on or before dec. 1, Camero reported and selection of Apar ments can be made now on the basis of floor plans. The Renta Range will be Between an per month. Construction costs for the Apar ment building were not announced. Financing was arranged b Dunn Stringer investment co. Milwaukee loan correspondent for the metropolitan life Insu Ance co. Of new York. La Cine Man 5erishes As Luman Torch Racine Man perished As a human Torch Friday night after police said he apparently poured gasoline on his clothing and ignited a match. The victim was identified by As Albert Hansen about 5, who had told employees at a downtown hotel he formerly was rom Tomah. Police said the Man had Pur chased a Small Container of gasoline at a service station earlier i the Day. They said he apparently poured the Gas on Lis clothing Down to his Knees. The Man s clothing burst into Lames in Pershing Park. Many persons watched As he ran i rough the Park and threw himself on. Rocks at the Shore of Lake Michigan. One unidentified Man vainly tried to help the victim As police and firemen were summoned. Police said the Man left a note addressed to the Racine journal times. The note did not make sense officers said. Wisconsin weather fair and cooler North partly Cloudy and warm South portion with Chanci of scattered thundershowers extreme South tonight. Sunday considerable cloudiness and cooler with showers in extreme South portion. High today 74 to 84. Low tonight 47 to 56 58 to 14 South. Local weather facts for 24-hr, period ending at 6 max., 84 61 precipitation a Inch. Havana a destruction of the . Government is advocated by four negro students among 73 americans visiting Cuba in Defiance of state department restrictions a statement denouncing the North american racist govern ment was issued by the four. It added we realize the United states government is the big Gest farce in history and must be six others in the group which arrived Friday by Way of Prague Czechoslovakia Are negroes. A 23-year-old new yorker de Lemansky identified himself As the group s Leader and a communist. Go via Prague he distributed a statement de Claring we have different Rea sons for coming to Cuba but we Are United in our opposition to our government s efforts to prevent United states citizens from travelling to the four negroes identified themselves As Ernest Allen 21, Oakland calif., a student at the University of California at Berkeley Luke Tripp 23, de troit student at Wayne state Charles Berrard 24, los Angeles student at los Angeles City col lege and Ron Bedford 26, St. Louis architectural craftsman. The 73 circumvented . Restrictions on cuban travel by obtaining passports to Europe flying to Paris and Prague be fore flying to Havana. Lemansky said members were from the United states and puerto Rico. The americans 49 men and 23 women planned a two month stay in Cuba. In Washington the state department said Only that it Learned the group was in route to Cuba and notified . Embassies in Paris and Prague. But the word was too late for the embassies to reach the students and warn them of the consequences of a visit to Cuba officials said. A warm greeting was staged for the americans by representatives of the cuban foreign ministry and student communist leaders. Flowers were presented to every american. Lemansky told newsmen the tap was arranged by the Stu Dent committee for travel to Cuba. The organization sponsored a similar trip to Cuba last year by 59 american Stu dents. He said the cuban federation of University students was paying the group s expenses. Told the Board in a Brief. The cab last month ordered a review of the feb. 19 initial decision by examiner Edward t. Stodola. The Bureau which provides the Board with expert economic advice said the Oshkosh wis., Airport should be designated As the area Airport for the Apple ton Oshkosh Complex of communities. Oshkosh favored ideally a new Airport close to Neenah Menasha should be constructed but this appears no longer Feldman said. The examiner had recommended service through a new air port near Neenah. The Bureau counsel added that consolidation of service at Oshkosh would result in a 000 annual net financial improvement for North Central airlines. Feldman also recommended that 1. The Central Wisconsin com ple x of Stevens Point Marshfield and Wisconsin served through a new regional Airport to be built at Mosinee 15 Miles South of recommended by the this would re Duce North Central s annual subsidy need by about 2. Ironwood mich., be designated the regional Airport for the area including Ashland wis. The annual Benefit to North Central would be the examiner had found that North Central should continue to serve both cities through their Home airports. However North Cen trial s authority to serve Ash land has ended and the airline did not seek renewal. 3. La Crosse wis., should be designated the area Airport for for the Region including Winona minn., in preference to the Miner s finding that North Central should continue to serve both cities separately. Consoli Dation would reduce North Cen trial s annual subsidy need by and ultimately would enable the airline to replace its pcs flights with con Vair serv ice. Clintonville out 4. Clintonville wis., should be served through the Green Bay wis., Airport in preference to the continued service to both Points recommended by the examiner. The consolidation would Cut North Central s annual sub Sidy need by about the Bureau said it changed its previous position holding that land o lakes should be served through Rhinelander air port and now favored the examiner s decision continuing the present service pattern be cause of the limited extent of the service and the nature of the land o lakes a summer re sort receiving Only seasonal air service attracts primarily tourists Feldman said. Whereas business travellers would use a regional Airport the added ground travel time from the Rhinelander Airport might cause tourists to decide against land o lakes for their vacations he said. North Central in its Brief said 10 cities should be served through five existing airports in scorched Earth in Viet vietnamese woman and children walk across a Field As hut Burns in background in Village near the South Viet Nam cambodian Border. Menfolk Dis appeared before the attack. This manner Ashland at Ironwood land o lakes at Rhinelander Clintonville at Green Bay Winona at la Crosse and Marshfield at Wausau. North Central urged service of Central Wisconsin through a new regional Airport near Mosi Nee. Pending its completion the airline said service should continue for Wisconsin rapids at Stevens Point and for Marsh Field at Wausau. Musicians to attend National convention two officers of local 610 will at tend the National convention of the american federation of Mucins at Portland ore., june 15 18. Wisconsin rapids delegates will be Melvin Kirsch Hng president and Wally Ives Secretary. Scranton seeking Connecticut vote Dalton a. A Pennsylvania s gov. William w. Scranton expressing determination to go All Over this nation to win the Republican presidential set oui today to capture Connecticut s 16 convention Dele gales. Scranton s staff whipping together a Campaign organization Only a few hours after the 46-year-old governor entered the party Green Bay Racine Kenosha committee urges colleges for two populous regions Madison a establish Mentoe four year colleges in two of Wisconsin s most heavily populated areas was recommended Friday by the state coordinating committee for higher education. The committee endorsed locating one of the schools in the Green Bay area in 1969 and in the Racine Kenosha area in 1971-72. The recommendations require approval by the legis lature and governor. The committee also recommended that two year univer Tity Extension centers be established at undetermined Sites in Waukesha and Rock counties in the 1965-67 period. A state College Branch Campus was recommended for Rice Lake in 1965-67. Also approved was a proposal calling for a study of the feasibility of a Junior College system in Wisconsin under the administration of the state Board of vocational and adult education. The study was proposed by state superintendent of Public instruction Angus Rothwell and seconded by John c. Thompson of Stevens Point. The two year Junior colleges would offer both Liberal arts and technical train ing courses. A million building pro Gram for the University of wis Consin and the state colleges was approved. However action was deferred on actual priority lists for the buildings after an argument disclosed a Sharp split be tween the University and the state colleges. A subcommittee had approved the program with the University to receive million and the state colleges million. The i general chairman of the annual convention for Wisconsin members of the Aid association for lutherans being held Here today and three of his assistants discuss the convention program and arrangements in Advance of the arrival of an estimated scaled Are mrs. Dorothy Olson Wisconsin rapids and mrs. Amanda i Horn Nekoosa registration co chairmen. Standing lire v r r n o n port Edwards general chairman and Palmer budahl Wisconsin rapids president of St. Luke s Aal Branch 3469 and a candidate Lor to of state Board of Goldwater s Delegate total still growing Washington a sen. Barry Goldwater s Delegate to Tal for the Republican National convention is continuing to swell despite Pennsylvania gov Wil Liam w. Scranton s entry into the contest for the party s presidential nomination. The Arizona senator has 574 first ballot votes just 81 Short of the 655 needed to nominate according to the associated press Survey of delegates. Another 64 delegates were be ing chosen at Republican conventions today in Connecticut new Mexico Idaho and Vir Ginia. The a poll based on Pri Mary election commitments pledges instructions or state preference gives this first bal lot breakdown Barry Goldwater 574 Nelson a. Rockefeller 131 Wiliam w. Scranton 92 Henry Cabot Lodge 46 Margaret Chase Smith 15 Richard m. Nixon 14 favorite sons to uncommitted 217 the Connecticut state gop convention at Hartford was expected to include four pro Gold water delegates in its 16-Mem Ber delegation. Gov. Scranton addresses the convention today in his first speech since he announced his candidacy. Virginia republicans Are choosing 10 at Large delegates to go with 20 District delegates. Two District delegates favourable to Goldwater were picked Fri Day bringing his total to 19. Goldwater May get a solid bloc of 14 delegates in Idaho to Day. He is also expected to get a considerable share of new mex Ico s 14 delegates. Fourteen of Maryland s 20 delegates remained uncommitted after hearing Scranton announced his candidacy at the state convention at Baltimore. Vive support Goldwater and one backs new York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller. Race to give our a arranged a speaking engagement for him at the Connecticut state gop convention at Hartford. Regarded As a political mod Erate Scranton dropped his reluctant candidate posture Fri Day to oppose sen. Barry Gold water of Arizona Al the gop National convention in san fran Cisco next month. After his Surprise declaration at the Maryland gop Conven Tion Scranton flew Home and called together top aides and advisors to map his sir elegy. The Outlook was for a whirl wind tour Over the next four weeks. Outlines Campaign i am determine cd logo All Over this nation to win the Nom Scranton said. The governor outlined general Campaign principles to his staff then he and his wife Mary re tired about . Aides however worked Well into the morning drafting a speech for Hartford and lining up other engagements. Scranton declared himself in the running for the party s presidential nomination Friday and received a warm sendoff from pair killed in crash Are jail escapees Appleton Oulagai Mie county authorities were notified by the Fri Friday that two Young men killed in a car crash while being pursued by a state patrolman were escapees from the Alabama state Penitentiary at Mon Gomez a. Fingerprints identified the pair As Bobby j. Ford and Billy Winkles the Fri said. Ages and Home towns were unavailable but local officers described the men As Between 18 and 23 years old. A state patrolman saw the men run an arterial on u. S. 41 South of Appleton wednesday night and gave Chase. The car went out of control on an Access ramp to a county trunk High Way sailed 160 feet end Over end and overturned. Authorities said the oar had been stolen in Tell City ind., and the men earned wallets taken from University of Towa Atu dents in a hitchhiking Inci Dent earlier in week. Many Republican leaders including former president Dwight d. Eisenhower and the target of his new Barry Goldwater of Arizona. Goldwater called Scranton one of the outstanding Gover nors in the Eisenhower who had urged an open convention and indicated differences with Goldwater welcomed the entry of gov. Scranton whom i have Long Nixon critical but Scranton received any thing but Good wishes from for Mer vice president Richard m. Nixon. Nixon had urged some one get in the ring with Gold Waler. And he declared Friday night that Scranton had a fighting but Nixon said that the Gover nor gave a very weak and unfortunate impression on television last sunday after receiving a Telephone Call from Eisenhower advising him not to enter any Cabal against any Candi Date meaning Goldwater. Scranton reportedly was ready to announce his candidacy on the program but he told friends the phone Call left him Uncer Tain and shaken. Of this Nixon said if a Man receives a Telephone Call and changes his mind he in t a very Strong Man. He s got to make his own decisions and not appear to be a puppet Maneu Vered by someone Scranton do scribed by various pundits As the Hamlet of har Risburg because of his previous indecision solved his to run or not to run dilemma and Gal loped into the gop presidential contest Friday in spectacular style. Time too Short Bud there was a feeling among Many parly pros including those who oppose Goldwa ter that Scranton wailed Loo the time is Loo Short and Goldwater s Lead Loo Long. And Goldwater who is Scran ton s commanding officer in an air Force Reserve unit in Washington said the governor will have to wage a costly vigor Ous Campaign to convince Dele 8 today s chuckle it s not that i really the golfer explained it s just that i play for my health and the Low score makes me feel jews paper i a new spa Peri

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