Charleston Gazette-Mail (Newspaper) - July 22, 1962, Charleston, West Virginia CITY EDITION THE fair and less 74-85. Weather Data on Page 8C. W EST V I R G I MO ST COMPl E T E NEWS PAPER WITH TWO GREAT MAGAZINES AND WORLD'S BEST COMICS IP THINE EYE OFFEND THEE Cover Advises Former Junkman Clark Clark Not Blind To Public Tastes Flash from a Common Pleas court victory over the City of used truck parts dealer junk Walter Clark said Saturday that he would give aid to those persons whose sensibilities might be offended by the sight of Clark's used parts having a large supply of paper blinders made Clark to those won by I will give a pair to anyone who wants them and they can pat them on when they're passing my places of Clark added that motorists could keep blinders in their might be a good idea for the state or the city to put up signs saying that people were approaching a junk he the driver could whip the blinders on and be could travel on happy without seeing the * * * CLARK that he was opposed to the re-election of Mayor John Shanklin because of efforts to do something about Clark's not said want to fay that I am supporting Mayor I mean if Mayor Shanklin is defeated you can't tell what Mad of fellow might take over and try to do something to The latest attempt by the dry to down Clark proved futile Friday when Common Pleas Judge Dennis Knapp refused to grant an injunction sought by the city to restrain Clark from operating two unlicensed junk yards as constituting public Move Said Forced by U. 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Tests MISS TO TEST LATEST IN the United States deplored Saturday night as the ment of Russia's decision to hold a new series of In a statement the United States called on the Soviet Un ion to continue negotiations at Geneva on a test ban treaty and expressed hope that the negotia tions would be The statement was Issued by the State Department a few Soviet Union announced Saturday night it will set off * new aeries of nuclear testa covering Russia's latest atomic The Kremlin claimed the move was forced by the current S. testa in the The Soviets did not disclose the nature of the tests or the dates they will be Observers here expected them to begin at any of American nuclear bombs above Christmas and Johnston islands have produced their have made reply of Soviet nuclear tests declared a government statement Soviet which has Invariably held its nuclear testa only in has the right to be the last to bold unclear testa in the the statement Premier Khrushchev announced several times after the United States launched its latest nuclear series that Russia planned to test The major question waa the hoars after the official Soviet government announcement la The Kremlin test distributed by the Soviet news agency said every effort would be made to keep radioactive fallout to a * IN ITS LAST series of from September to November last the Soviet Union is believed to have set off at least 31 nuclear blasts with a total force of 120 or the equivalent of 120 million tons of The testa included one 55-60 megaton It has been estimated that in all of its Russia has touched off atmospheric explosions totaling 170 The United States has conducted 27 tests so far in its current including explosion of a hydrogen device more than 200 mites above Pacific July S. It was the est thermonuclear blast ever achieved in Up to the time of the latest U. S. series in the Pacific and on the U. S. the United Hodges Sees New Projects for State See Revelations a story of the U. 5. Senate hearings on West Virginia's road on page 3A. By Thomas F. Stafford U.S. Commerce Secretary Luther Hodges condemned as a the widespread examples of road building mismanagement that have been ered by the special House committee on His statement came at a press States and its allies have fired off a combined total of US megatons into the The Soviet statement said Russian scientists had achieved considerable results to keeping radioactive fallout in nuclear * * * THE SOVIETS sought to put full responsibility for their resumption of tests oa the United The S. tho Russian statement knew that American nuclear bombs would begin to the Soviet Union would be faced with the need to bold tests of its own nuclear It the government of the USA was fully aware of what it was On and on it depended whether the tests to which the Soviet Union POISED FOR HIGH second United States high altitude nuclear blast was described Saturday as ready to as scientists at Johnston Island began their final A nuclear device borne by a missile is expected to be detonated 30 to 40 miles above the island between 10 p. m. Honolulu Standard Monday and 3 a. m. Tuesday a. m. had had to resort in the fall of IBM would be the or whether a new wave of nuclear tests would sweep out It claimed the United States and Hs allies had held many more nuclear weapons tests than the Soviet It said the Soviet Union therefore had the right to conduct Khrushchev told a group of Negroes Ignore U.S. Injunction Ga. - - Several hundred Negroes began a inarch on city hall Saturday night for a prayer meeting in the face of federal court injunction against resumption of but police halted the Nearly 100 Negroes then went in small groups to the downtown area where they fell on their knees in a line on the sidewalk and began The Rev. Samuel Wells prayed for nearly 10 minutes before the entire group was marched off to city Hardly had the first group been jailed when a second march of about 40 Negroes led by a gray haired woman with a bandage on her leg left the They were promptly escorted to jail between two lines of An estimated 150 policemen and state troopers kept down any incidents as large crowds of Negroes gathered on two street corners to boo and yell at police THE NEGRO SECTION of this southwest Georgia city was teeming with Negroes after the prayer an Albany led the demonstrators from a packed church after not not at high heard about an Wells told the wildly cheering haven't seen I Building News 10C-12C Business News Classified Ads Columnists Community Current Affairs Editorials Education News Fair and Mild Home and Family Jumbo Crossword Magazine Obituaries Page Opposite Prize Sports Travel Your Bridge work heard a few names but mine hasn't been He referred to a federal court order en joining several integration groups from staging mass demonstrations or otherwise promoting desegregation Others named in the Martin Luther King Rev. Ralph D. and Dr. W. G. no appearance at the Earlier King described the in junction as futile attempt to block that which is DO NOT INTEND to take this lying he said after voluntarily submitted to service of the Abernathy and Anderson earlier went to city hall and were served with copies of the court order issued by U.S. District Judge J. Robert They were prohibited by the Columbus judge from engaging in desegregation attempts which Elliott said mob After conferring with Police Chief Laurie King told Turn to Page 12A Col. 1) conference less than 48 hours after the committee com hearings into five years of incompetence and inefficiency in the West Virginia highway build ing can't condemn this sort of thing strong Hodges said with As commerce he has the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads under his He exposed himself to question ing following a luncheon with val ley industrial leaders at the Press He came to Charleston primarily fa address a 6:30 p.m Jefferson Jackson fund - raising dinner at the Civic Center Among other things Hodges all the states West has the greatest opportunity to develop its up your he the Lord will take care of the mountains and The Kennedy administration will be launching new projects in West Virginia and other redevelopment areas an even faster pace in the months As a major step in strengthening the Bureau of Public he an audit section has been created which is responsible to the administrator rather than to the division and district be should provide a closer check on how the states are using federal highway j matching The troubles so far uncovered by the House committee trace for the most part back to the Hodges but the bureau needs to develop a better awareness of what the states are be more he we'll have a new administrator in the Bureau of He was asked for comment on the testimony before the com which waa critical of the bureau for inaction in the face of reports of inefficiency on West Virginia projects involving federal Hodges said he wasn't as familiar as he would like to be with the West Virginia but he challenged people here to show where federal functionaries didn't do their He said he personally would take corrective He was asked whether of his department might be able to use the now abandoned radio astronomy center at Sugar Grove into which the Navy poured more than million before deciding the space age had passed it Hodges said both the weather bureau and Bureau of Standards Turn to Page 12A Col. 1) Berlin's Still Big 2 Issue Third of All Texans Goal in Polio Drive Tex. - A massive campaign to immunize more than a third of residents against polio begins here The drive started after an in the cases this 30 last year at this vaccine will be the Sabin taken by mouth in sugar Doctors say Sabin protects the individual and keeps him from infecting The famass Salk taken by hypodermic dees aot an from transmitting the disease to Massive using 730,000 doees took place to stop local outbreaks in four Texas cities and Available information shows so cases have occurred in those places after the Sabin vaccine had time to be The Harris County Medical Society is underwriting the |i mil lion The county has counted 15 polio cases so far this year compared with 7 all last The Harris County project kicks off a drive in which doctors in at least 25 of the state's 254 counties hope to immunize three and aj quarter million persons - mare than a third of tho state's Aug. 12. 1�� York Co. GENEVA - Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko failed to make any progress towards a settlement of the Berlin problem in a meeting This was reported Saturday by reliable sources who added that Gromyko had suggested farther meetings to the intermittent Berlin dialogue that the two have been conducting for tea Before Rusk and Gromyko got together in the Soviet Communist newspapermen were dropping hints to Western reporters that the long-threatened signing of a separate peace treaty East Germany was The sources who reported progress said Rusk did not get the impression that the Communist newspapermen apparently were trying to The secretary expects to return to ington oa Thursday and probably Tan to Page 12A CaL WILLIAM B. GLADSTONE Arrest Ruins Vacation Stock Theft Mastermind Is Elusive NEW YORK - UD - Federal agents picked up three more men but still hunted a mysterious Mr. Saturday in a 31.3 million blue chip stock theft thai started as a was described as a 30-year-old salesman whose part in the crime was to dispose of the securities stolen from 4c a Wall Street brokerage Atty. Frank S. office said the man may have about million In the securities with Hogan said the theft had its origin in a barroom conversation last spring between Gordon A. 30, a a week clerk in the and his Robert J. 24, of the a truck who are both under What would they they pondered if they had all the money in the stocks that handled each Hogan Then the talk from make believe to serious consideration of the possi The bundle of stocks disappear ed from the Bache offices in Authorities said Tallman bad secreted the certificates inside his They described him as the in the PICKED UP SATURDAY William B. 45, of and Milton 44, of Scotch Gladstone was arrested to Brant where he was living with Ms wife and sea at a stammer waa arrested to Both were charged with conspiring to transport state Gladstone and Turn to Paga 12A Cel. iting American editors last week that the Soviet Union would have to set off a new series of tests unless the United States stopped its tests The test announcement came while Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko was in Geneva for the 14-nation conference on It had been expected that informal talks on a new nuclear test moratorium would be held during the When Russia broke the test moratorium last Soviet negotiators were meeting with U. S. representatives in * * KHRUSHCHEV was out of Moscow during the observing naval exercises involving submarines and surface vessels off The Soviet statement charged that the United new particularly those in outer were aimed at achieving military superiority over The statement that Soviet Union will not give this satisfaction to those who harbor aggressive designs against our who threaten us and our allies with preventive ONE A STATE EMPLOYE Three Men Held In Forgery Of Drivers including a state have been arrested here in connection with the theft and forgery of drivers license forms from the Department of Motor state police said Union Heeds Delays Strike HYANNIS PORT. Mass. -One of the unions threatening a major strike in the industry yielded promptly to a plea by President Kennedy Saturday and delayed its strike deadline for 60 The International Association of acted after Kennedy had set up a ber panel to help negotiate a set dement of the The union represents about 120,000 of the 150,000 aerospace industry workers who had been scheduled to strike major missile manufacturing plants and sites at noon The other union the United Auto represents the remainder of the Officials of the auto workers met in Los Angeles to consider Kennedy's plea that work and operations continue under present labor-management contracts for a period of 60 They said UAW ployed by North American Avia tion and Ryan consider the Kennedy request at mass meetings The union an its decision to keep its members on the job for the next 60 days through its vice Jesse in McGlon said in a statement that chief difficulty impeding a full and direct settlement is the pathological hostility of companies toward organized lab W. F. Donohoe of the Madison detachment said they are Jack Ray 26, of an employs of the State Road James Robert 25, of and his Byrd Meltzer 26, of Va. said White and Byrd Pettry are charged with aiding and In forgery and James Peltry Is charged with Arrested earlier in the they all have waived preliminary hearing before Justice of Peace Charles C. Doss here and released on 31.000 bond each pending Boone County grand jury DONOHOE SAID a former employe of the Department of Motor Vehicles in is accused of providing the with license forms which were used for sale to unlicensed drivers in the Boone County area The state policeman said the have admitted their part in the activity was delivering forged drivers license to unlicensed drivers for White has denied having any part in the alleged Donohoe Police discovered the violation when they arrested a man last month who had lost his license on n drunken driving charge but who held a new operators Donohoe said would be further investigation in the Also investigating are Troopers R. H. Miller and C. R. Burner of the Boone County detachment BOLD SNAKE HAD LOT OF GUTS HINTON - Mrs. Cecil Lively was puzzled by the sluggish behavior of a giant five-foot blacksnake which made only half-hearted attempts to escape when she found it in her henhouse at near She shot it and then discovered it had along with several a porcelain doorknob used as a to inspire Mrs. Man cutting a gash in his lea with a tickle while showing his son how use it in a * Woman on Pennsylvania Avenue polishing her Stray Radio Signal Puts Launch Off CAPE stray radio signal that burned out a fuse in tho booster rocket's command destruct system Saturday forced a one - day postponement of an attempt to launch n Mariner 1 spacecraft to the vicinity of The Atlas - Agena B rocket now is scheduled oft in the hours today to start Mariner 1 on a 139-day interplanetary journey to The spacecraft is to fly within 10,000 miles of the bright planet on Dec. 8 to explore conditions beneath its heavy cloud The spurious radio signal entered the first stage Atlas as the countdown was progressing early Saturday It apparently overloaded the fuse and it burned The fuse is part of a box through which a signal would pass to destroy the rocket in flight if the range safety officer detected something Technicians replaced the fuse quickly but required considerable time to check it So the shot was called off for the Stray signals of this type often are caused by atmospheric phenomena picking up a signal from one such as a and introducing it into another radio such as tho telemetry system in a It happens very rarely at Cape officials U. S. Ignores Peru's Bid For Junta Aid WASHINGTON United States pointedly Saturday a bid by Peru's new military regime for U.S. tion and Officials privately that President Kennedy does not intend to settle far anything less than a retara to civilian government at with a firm far elections af a based Meanwhile in Peru's military junta Is holding informal talks with the United States to an effort to renew diplomatic Vice Adm. Luis Edgardo the foreign said The United States suspended relations with the junta and cut The off aid a few hours after the took over the from President Manuel Prado last are holding the talks on an unofficial of Adm. Eduardo Llosa said in an He that little progress bad been are walling for the United States to change its would improve the THE UNITED STATES appears to be la Peruvian political affairs to an unusual Diplomats In Washington are beginning to wonder if the la moving away from the traditional policy of has always controlled relations in thin hemisphere but in modern times has received a considerable amount of lip Kennedy and the state refused them actions which clearly lay within the province of the United States to take bat their predetermined aim has been make the position of the Peruvian junta U and tons to assist political forces In the country which are bitterly opposed to the new Gen. Ricardo Perec leader of the group which power last told a news conference Friday night that he and his associates were seeking to preserve He said that if Turn to Page ISA Col.