Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - May 26, 1960, Kingsport, Tennessee What Know WILL Hurt KINGSPORT TIMES Vol. No. 105 May 32 Pages Cents Traffic In City County Deaths 1 12 Injuries 51 Same folks live to aM drive Mobs Demand Ike Cancel Visit Ike Tells Russia Pilot Blames False Wind Report By WILLIAM A. BRIDGES Germany pilot of a U.S. C-47 that was forced down in East Germany last week said today inaccurate wind information from hagen caused him to stray dentally over the Iron The Capt. James told a news con- ference that six Soviet Mtg jet fighters forced the plane down by firing Lundy flew the plane back to Wiesbaden Wednesday with other crewmen four They had been held by the Communists East Germany since they were made to land in a cornfield were told the winds were easterly and instead there were strong westerly said interviewed at U.S. Air Force European headquarters The 42-year-old pilot was grounded by the Air Force ing an expected said a routine in the Air Force in a case like Asked about an Air Force ment that he had violated nent flying Lundy re- know what that Translation Of Speech Beamed Toward Soviets By JOHN M. WASHINGTON The United States bombarded the viet Union today with a cast appeal from President I to forget the failure of the Paris summit conference and join In like for East-West path of reason and com- mon sense is still open if the viets will but use Eisenhower declared Wednesday night a broadcast from the White Translations of the ried throughout the world by the Voice of were being beamed to the Soviet Union today In 22 separate broadcasts In seven languages spoken in that Eisenhower asserted his tion to seek improved relations with the Soviet Union our recent and specifically lhat the United States will continue lo take part in conferences at Geneva on dis- armament and on prohibition of nuclear weapons At the same time he made em- clear spite of cancellation of U2 spy intends to continue gathering in- information about the Union's military ments by all practical Obviously referring to he said other than are constantly being to do But Eisenhower stressed that he would much prefer that the United Nations undertake the task of keeping watch on the military forts of all the great He reaffirmed his intention to propose a new open skies plan to the and announced that the United States would supply of the aircraft and equipment re- Press Officer James C. Eagerly said this offer would In- clude the U2 jet planes used by the United States in aerial espionage of the Soviet Union for the four this point in his speech dramatically turned away from his prepared as It was released in and displayed a photograph of the North Island Naval Station at San Calif. Explaining thai It was taken from an altitude of more than 70.000 feet about 13 miles he said that some of the lines shown in the picture were only six inches The photograph provides of could bi through United tions aerial the President He did not tion the fact but it also provided example of the kind of detailed photographic information which the United States evidently col- with the U2 photographic missions over Soviet j Eisenhower went into some tail on the May 1 U2 which Soviet Premier Khrushchev cited as a reason breaking up the summit i He said Khrushchev knew similar flights when the Premier visited this country year and did not then mny reason to refuse to confer with American Replying to Democratic and er critics who have said such j flights should not have been before lhe summit j Eisenhower to the me tion was really whether to halt the and thus forego the UNITED N. Y. gathering of important Soviet Foreign Minister linn lhat was essential and Gromyko asserted today M- was likely lo be unavailable at a i President Eisenhower's speech But Rockefeller agreed with Iho For Straying Over Iron Curtain In my opinion Mrs. Barbara of At- was I lanta and wife of an Air Lundy said he had been pre- Force was the only paring to contact Hamburg port by radio when he was inter- by Soviet jet heard blasts of gun Lundy could have hit us if they had wanted There was no doubt in my mind we were to Migs continued to fly overhead and after about five minutes the East German police told us to put our billfolds on the ground and raise our We were all except Mrs. an aboard the plane and is be- to be the only woman ever held by the Communists in a plane incident of this She and her were returning to their base in Wheelus from a vacation in Lundy said Soviet troops took complete control after the initial East German The nine were held at Russian headquarters at near where they he Mrs. McCash said the Russians alternated questioning sessions with volley ball games with the American was the cheering she told think our men beat them pretty Mrs. McCash said she Thousands Roar Treaty Protests He'll Cooperate In Summit Probe WASHINGTON like ft lady at the things I had read in the hut the Russians did not attempt to search me as they did the she Lundy said the Americans were asked many questions their personal lives and lhe bases where are but never were accused of were interested in why we violated the Soviet Lundy were larly Interested in my home base it is how many planes it has and how much ex- I had t He said the Russians had talked to them about the spy plane taking the attitude that the United States have done not IAP The nine American airmen and woman who spent five days in Fast Germany when their C-47 plane was forced pose on arrival at Gromyko Lashes Eisenhower Talk BULLETIN UNITED N. V. VN Security rejected by A one-sided vote day a Soviet attempt to brand the United States as an sor for sending spy planes over Russian Despite a vigorous last-minute attack on the viet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko failed to win ern or support for his tough The vote 2 in 7 against and 2 Only Communist joined the viet Union in voting for the Tunisia and Ceylon ab- Captive Says Reds Treated Kindly Germany According to Mrs. Barbara station later if a new one What is it like to be an pretty blue-eyed blonde the central section of the woman held captive by an Air Force it's not becomes needed in the Special Zoning Meeting Called A special meeting of the City Zoning Appeal Board will be held at tonight In the Hall Council Room to decide whether the city may erect a Safety ing on East Center Street at East Sevier Zoning Board approval is re- quired because the proposed public j Leslie C. building would be in a residential Plans are to remodel and add to ihe existing City Welfare Building Douglass School i to vide an attractive new home the City Police and City and Sessions There will be to add By TONY KASE TOKYO of thousands of leftist today pledged fulf tors besieged Premier Nobusuke Kishi in the Parliament operation with congressional in- building for more than 12 hours attacked police mto the rocks and marched on the American embassy President talked with the against Eisenhower's planned leaders of both parties at white More than policemen massed in front of the main House After the session gate of the embassy to block any attempt to smash into Democratic Leader the embassy The demonstrators didn't In- stead they yelling investigations at the Capitol have The left-wing of the U.S. Japanese security treaty using Communist Party sound shouted demands of and for Eisenhower to cancel his June After passing the American em- bassy the huge throngs began streaming toward Tokyo's main railway station many blocks away to disperse and board commuter trains that would take them back By then more than had Kishi remained in his office and looked nervously out the window from time to time as roar swelled up from the crowd for him to resign because he had aligned Japan with the United States in the cold The fanatical dents outside yelled for er to stay home and for Kishi to scrap the defense He had no intention of doing so. Sometime around 11 p.m. Kishi slipped out of the building The remaining ed by the unnoticed left the area and The students had stoned police when they found could not break through the Police said 10 police were two in the first volley of stones from the They feared more injuries the rioters could be brought under The students demanded lower cancel his trip to But government officials said here was no thought of asking him to cancel or postpone the trip and said they would guarantee Eisenhower's I stood behind the police cordon at the main gate while stones rained onto police The icemen tried to take cover under riot trucks that blocked the huge main iron gate to the Diet com- Two policemen just in front ot me were hit by huge Their faces spurted A rock smashed one just on the point of his nose and his blue-grey uni- form was streaked with red in the light of occasional flares set off by television The demonstrators did not let up on their stoning but shouted and way for we are going to smash Shortly before the stoning be- gan a brief scuffle broke out Communist Party too The safety Building is part of Mrs. of one a plan for replacing the of nine Americans freed by the present City Soviets after five days of the public library will ty following the forcing down of move from the front of lhe their plane behind Ihe Iron ms at the corner of West Center said the Russians nnd Shelby Streets lo its me like a lady nt all home in the remodeled former the second day we Office Building at Broad and permitted to remove our from the plane and it was when the Safety Building is com- AT BANY NY Gov that we were able to change the agencies ro be housed Nelson A. was will move to their new himself as a reserve candidate was feeling pretty grimy by for the Republican nomination for that i Then workmen will begin tearing No Sign GOP Will Ask Nelse Eisenhower called in the IT cratic and Republican chiefs a briefing on the background the Paris summit congressional leaders provided no immediate detail but presumably the general outline was much the same as the President's Force Ike television report to the Johnson's report that Eisenhower pledged full cooperation with congressional inquiry committees was echoed by Sen. Everett Cancel Trip Dirksen of the GOP STEWART HENSLEY Dirksen added that the U.S. of- dent appreciated said today President backing he has received and trip to Japan next plea for unanimity of might be postponed unless and Japanese government gives Some of the other soon that his reception who who asked not to not be endangered by quoted by described discussion as friendly and to informed decision must be made in Johnson called the within a few days on session a very enjoyable to go ahead plans He said those present were the trip to Japan and to ask and the trip goes off as J. William Fulbright It will be expanded to In- chairman of the Senate the Philippines and eign Relations and possibly other Far East lined for the President the for his group's which official quarters said the start Johnson also Department had suggested ferred to investigations postponement until In by other congressional Wednesday Chief Secretary are all in this said Japan was not we are treating mistakes as recommending a he Eisenhower invited 10 for and 13 House members to long swing across the breakfast of are going officials ham and despite continued In addition to demonstrations by left-wing and those invited in Carl Hayden socialists and some Styles Bridges union members have been B. Russell for six days ionstall Alexander pro-American Premier ley Thomas H. Kishi and the new and Mike security of the aims of the House Speaker Sam is to force cancellation of and John mack Halleck Clarence Cannon officials feel that the Taber Far East tour would be Leslie C. Arends considerable importance to E. Morgan Robert B free world support m that Chiperfield John W. Byrnes tace ot intensified Charles B. Hoeven efforts at subversion Carl Albert Infiltration in Leo Allen according to a pre- Also on hand were Secretary announced plans State Christian A. arrive in Japan on June 19 and tary of Defense Thomas S. there until June 23 with a and Undersecretary of side trip to Korea on Livingston T. 22. Crippled Gets No Relief THOMAS I. STONE iRven the final when a speaker truck blared go to the American The scuffle resulted because many thought the Communists were trying to break up the Earlier of the tors broke off from the main jroup and marched through the downtown ion of They streamed hrough the gaudy Ginza area at a Tens of thousands of and leftist carrying red flags or ners demanding home Chile re- lying clouds and rain streamed into the appeared in sight today for j aerial rescue Smoke president today but there was discernible he would called to active didn't interrogate me along with the and my husband and I were placed in a me won in IIJ Mail in pepa area forming a lion for erection of a new two a city office southern wrecked by five and ash from volcanoes hung over shouting mass. days of continuing j much of the southern part of Japanese used to tidal avalanches and j mountainous wild Rockefeller snid Wednesday he separate We spent much 0fifl'ontinR on Wesl Center would accept a draft to run time playing GOP candidate for and honeymoon i Enough of the new building is j expected to be completed to move came The official death toll so far was 2.829 dead or 2 fourth of the nation's The Interior Ministry listed collapsed next to me sobbing known dead at and missing and presumed The face of the country itself GOP candidate for and fourth of the nation's Thp nf development possible only if Mrs. McCash told UPI the food remaining offices from the old Tne ace tne rejects Vice President WBS before the rest of it dollars And going he and some of his fellow policemen for us The chances will dollars proper count was mounting The U.S. Air Force in carried him disturbances I At least policemen which began Three new strategic blocking earth were the entrance to the Diet was lo be unavailable at s on MUI wnn me inri The U.K. Air force joinen in i later date The decision was that i the summit conference collapse unanimous view lhat relief through Ihe smoke Wednesday Tidal up to 15] pound and the adjacent official the program should not be aggravates the on's nomination is Street location I mm high still pounded along 750j residence of the But in Soviet foreign minister be nnd YOU eel of the block j contrast to the crowd of He did not specify what his reaction to newsmen asj party's only kind thing on an cut off and the upheavals ol j n 's e police force malion was being sought at arrived lo deliver a declared He bus do ana cinj mre officials could nol Norton Civic i speech before the UN Security i ihn ie UN Security enough by President again on the U2 plane I win nomination on aerial espionage as vital to j first Ihe security of the United statement of the President Nixon also hus the backing R and Its allies because it provided is not It does not I president information on Soviet military the I would say last But he said that U2 in reality lhat it only aggravates missions were only of many the situation because it is lhe con- methods we have used to keep of the dangerous policy ourselves and the Free of the Untied Slates in regard to abreast of major Soviet the Soviet ling excited and T knew in she said Friday's Rockefellers current assets Q The so But I get all Bakery Owner Dies From Heart Attack Winer majority and chairman of the hoard nf Modern died at 4 p.m. Wednesday In Johnson He had suffered a heart who lived at Was in East Tennessee for a ness He owned the Hall Land and Mining Co. nf and was a director of the Bank of Survivors Include his a lion votes plus one Arkansas vote pledged to him and a New Jersey door fisht de- the until I saw that the Minutes later Gromyko plunged i vote promised if his council speech pressing I for a condemnation of the A majority of 666 of the 1.331 Leader Resigns Relief To Quake Victims In Caulin Province the i as as j over a 25-mile Two i new lakes formed in the Andes near Lake Avalanches filled valleys with stone and The U.S. Air Force summoned planed from bases In New Delaware and South Carolina lo airlift two fully 400-bed field hospitals to TOKYO U.S. military four planes were to transport Ihe 350 Russians didn't intend to do us any ex- lold me secretary of Ihe myself Inlo the plane Chamber of Commerce since boats and rushed medical personnel and Stales for the May 1 be needed lor when Ihe Soviet lighters has resigned to a lo 4.000 persons stranded onions of Soviet The council was the at she position in Island off Okinawa today other Air Force units In Ihe lo re led Soviet opens July 25 In Chicago i of Huff came lo In ins lhe Far East cleaned up canal already mand laler In the Rockefeller's field a police came ns waves exploded by thp areas with I With a vole of 7-2 or 8-2 strategy Is keyed to Ihe Since he look Chilean field radios and Ihe In there however lhat was speculation lhe Soviets might happen now other men to put their billfolds Ihe chamber waves washed evacuation of Ihe In- been In Only Poland and the parly away from and convention lime lo lurn who is a inlo lhe nt Okinawa Union said they would vole for Ihe Ceylon was planning to and Tunisia was expected either to or vote are verv fast changing Rockefeller told a news conference he held after ing his position lo a of It. The seven oilier council Republican county chairmen and hers had said they would executive com- Morning and afternoon Rockefeller sees himself as a sessions were speaks some Herman and he asked Ihe man what I should The officer said I could stay where I The chamber has played a ihe Isolated residents were left of food and without drinking role In the establishment of Asked about what she plans The Philippine News Service do Mrs. McCash and I hope to resume our vacation and make It aa normal as We wero on our way and Ihe reported 16 In the wake of candidate the parly could turn and promised a Nixon were forced to drop everything goes well we hope Minting success of Clinch WRVes lhat battered the William O. and a speech up the the running The governor RO from there lo lhe He served Mrs. Virginia A. all contention lhat the American speculate on he play In nnd periods ni Japanese Of downed deep In te possible developments thai on to and Other relief supplies were sent by Ihe Netherlands and The Chilean Red Cross appealed for for food and tents for the homeless refugees flown hero from haltered Puerto Montt said the city of on the south tral Chilean coast was Is little witter and loll of Ihe mosl no said eastern Philippine coast Monday Huff was In helping and lo organize Ihe the first report of deaths borlands He began the which chamber work as manager of hnd reported only properly reckoning Ihe j V. 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