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New Castle News (Newspaper) - February 23, 1960, New Castle, Pennsylvania NEW CASTLE NEWS SEVENTY-NINTH No. 301 NEWS 4-6651 NEW FEBRUARY 23, PAGES NEWS 4-6C51 SEVEN CENTS A COPY BRAZILIANS AWAIT ARRIVAL OF IKE Jap Princess Gives Birth To Baby Boy May One Day Ascend Throne As Emperor TOKYO Crown Princess Michiko today gave birth lo a boy who may one day ascend mum throne as the 126th; emperor of The a 25- year old commoner who won the heart of Crown Prince a romance thai began on the nis at birth to her first child nine before the imperial doctors had J suffered labor for several hours prior lo the birth She hod a natural 23 minutes er entering the delivery Announce Weight Imperial Household officials said the baby weighed 2.54 kilo- grams 9 at birth and was 47 centimeters long. The Imperial Household an- the royal birth to an overjoyed nation with the the Emperor and Empress as well Crown Prince and cess Michiko are happy a child was We are all praying for the good health of the princess mother und All of Japan joined in those The national radio network proudly began playing selections by the imperial court j All streetcars in Tokyo sprouted rising sun Huge crowds began gathering on the great in front of imperial palace and shouts of for the who is destined to sit on thp im- throne were repeated sands of Not Yet Named The liny baby will be a sacred sword of protection with imperial prince was born to house of Japan 1'riiirrss wife of Crown Prince Sewer Answer Promised To Townships By City Suburban townships were promised an answer the next by City Council on extending city I service to outlying Pia Coast Executive Wed In Nevada Ingrid Bergman's Daughter Marries Young Textile Heir SAN Ingrid back to classes at Mills Colleye today and husband of less than hours returned lo his job an electronics I Ann 21, land Fuller K. Callaway 111. j revealed Monday they were ried Ihe spur of the Sunday night in the county jail al Nov. Miss said that while driving lo San Francisco ter visiting in Sun they decided lo get ried and the i II was the marriage for Miss and the second for Waits The pretty daughter I Ellwood City Jaycees Name Outstanding Citizens Mrs. Barlow And Fox Picked Is Looked For In Brasilia New Declaration Between Nations Will Be Signed By MERRIMAN SMITH WITH KM TO BRAZIL President left Hiro by jet airliner on route lo Hie modernistic new of where he and will seek means of curbing the Communist menace in Latin The nations planned In n second of culling for economic and iis the best means of meeting these and also lo take up the of Cuba's the activities in key Will Put Nixon On State Ballot I main any 1C. Kox president ol ily were on broad year's man of the and Mrs. Dorothy Barlow its selection was announced at Ihe annual Chamber of Commerce Award Banquel in the Club officials last night in City This back lo classes al i said Council would consider re quests from townships to enter tlie city sewer II A H II G Pennsylvania is expected to enter the President Richard M. Ni in the est of his popularity with rest assured we will 1 Wants Full Answer said he called meeting to hear what all had lo say on Ihe Oakland for thei where she is senior in history and back to the plant he manages in Palo Alto for the The is Ihe son of 1C. manufacturer of La The bride is the daughter of Miss With nil for Ihe made presentations the dinner by 2IIII of the who is the Flees T I president in I the award for I (I I -ship and from metropolitan sewer and Peter A. City police today arc were married in 1937. for a gunman who walked into Seaboard Finance Ill dc Father Wishes Them Well April 26 primary said he wanted Council lo when Miss was the suburbs on the night what her Washington p.m. sewer question rather Hie and ned 5428. Keystone Slates GOP a Union Keiver and not for Nixon's Authority request to permit in the the homes he per Seven days after his be named and his name will lie reported to three sacred Shinto shrines on the palace Michiko and who were married ten months and 13 offices then have unti will have little to say 1 lo choice of a name for the Announced Hy Send That will be left largely loj Ihe Imperial Household when asked if ress tiad encouraged Miss Lindstrom Miss Bergman is now the wife to join test will cap a asked other dieted wave of last minute townships lo request Council ings for statewide and district writing that they also be con- Twp. Supervisor Mobil Tanner was told by Thc 21-day period for filing ends man Richard Riddle that University of at 5 p.m. Candidates a s 1 when Council rejected the pUm by a 3-2 Asks For Vole for her e welfare of Ihe this n integrity s presented by heat his for imt to rescue Kill men r. as a of Detectives Jack rmk lie lyn gave Ibis report of Hie elected lo Horn council in and president Peach an interview office lie Northwestern Uni of Swedish producer and from Lars Dr. Lindstrom is Associate professor of n Medical When contacted Sail Clyde K. chairman of Dr. Lindstrom them the best of New Storm Hits Plains States By Press A howling blizzard battered Ihe plains states with 40 mile an hour winds snow It was the latest of a line of vicious winter storms that U.S. Sen. Hugh Twp. board of in Washington Monday called Council to that Nixon had given the stale suburban GOP Ihe to enler his li on the ballot which will not Pennsylvania delegates to I li they'll do Nominations revolver pointed say and no will gel Ihe bandit told me Ihe As Hie holdup man and left the interview booth bandit shoved the gun lin his overcoat The tant manager went behind Hie scooped up some and gave it to Ihe gunman who immediately and University of School al i On 1'affc 2, Column of Karl coal The miners li underground lor find there lillle hope any hi Nine Counties lo Cast Ballots On i sj news 174 in flic imp of five u Men explosion Air jrt Air at 7: Ml: Tlir Hy time from to nl in two rail tins in Urn i-y he by of A. ruuL ie ister pi nils led for and d In il hul il tlir out Tlie Aur liy Dulles former de It of in in HIP llf to b Arthur a.m. r a tied across I lie country I his The heavy snow with near gale winds and very air extremely Iiic Bureau crows mounting drifts lo keep main highways Up lo IS inches of snow foil in Monday Tlie rr issued heavy Highest mostly Daily Weather Report mbi warnings for parts of cloudy and a service Jowa and Missouri with winds ex- city sower lines used and wor at Hie disposal No co City Daniel B. Iwu cock said Union Twp. could Of pfl it ions old the rily system without any ad- must be present nl to lines in the Tlie Board in not need to replace about m ln feet of Hie Biff Hun line to allow a primary ball IP minor Ins ale At company Tu p. The I lie loss al only ly will be an audit Jaler and had escaped with j lo done it as you an open winter nf balky he H nf Hirl linns he's been all flic load ami when lir has gone will Midi From to reach DO miEes an in sec The storm was expected reach the Great Lakes area A cold chased Ihe across the Tlie mercury certain for Ibe Democrat ir stale nomination j Robert E. assistant of New filing against said the sewage John Carl snow likely now handles four and a Burglar Alarm Against Reds From Norway To Turkey north tion IS to 22. a mile to dropped to 10 degrees at ending at 7 a.m. and 8 al in Maximum 2K. Texas Headings near Minimum 23. 7ero were common in New trace of Colorado and j River 7.5 six million gallons of Another the The plant could handle is expected for the second i to 10 to 13 million gallons i Weather for 21-limir would seal NATO Builds Electronic Fence 250.000 gallons we get it there is a feront lle added additional s e w a c e On 1, Column 5) district One candidate one and possibly tn enler Ihe rat e General Pluck To Speak At Jaycees Dinner Young Man Award Planned arrived In EhU capital of day with a pledge nl to under- developed and a front Major Henry K. Fluck address New Castle Chamber of Commerce annual Distinguished Service Award Banquet at The March 3. Me is commanding general of Ihe 28tli Infantry sylvania National for the Young Man of the Year Award close Feb. 28. To Judge Entries Afler the a panel of judges will meet to select the ner who will receive the award al Ihe Cathedral Names will be the young man between 21 and 36 who has best served in Ihe pre ceding 1 Nomination blanks are available at Ihe Fled Cross 222 Mercer Previous Winners Previous w i n n e r s of His Service Awards J. of 1in Inside Today's News 16 Word Robert M. 1 duct ion manager of 193R: Fred H. active in church 1957: William Oj Alfred former a s s i s I a n Rockwell Spring Axle 1055; and Edward former mayor of 1EJ54. It is filling that Gen. been invited lo speak before ihei enterprising young men of Ihe community because his own dis- record in war and for As Private Only 47, hegan tary service as a private in February in Ihe division he now He saw adion in. World War II in the 10, Kastern Theater n TV Society Sporu storks 1 Of. 4-6651 WANT DEATH RECORD February 23, 1950 Manir a n f f. and was awarded the silver the bronze I lie Arms of The French Croix dp Guerre and other as well as various 12 honing 75, cer 6, 75, Wampum I Mere is an exclusive dispatch describing a l system Hi at Western pou I tic Iron Curtain in in dispatch lias proper West li to Apia I Jen inn Greece and Feed c-r st a t i on s a re nd er con- on Ihe Fa croc Islands between Scotland and Iceland and on Crete and Cyprus in Ky frank j The section is ready Construction Press j there in liy land on Aug. 12, 195S. the system NBW gigantic i was In a communications year and a half of intense Iri run an it has demonstrated I lent e edge nf 99.7 per the Iron is nearing of hours across an 8.845-mile arei Much the program has been from to security restrictions since Press International learned Some of it still is. Eighty six powerful at the point in ting ami relay stations with the sensitive nine NATO countries northern already functioning the elect frontier facing the successful operation of the Soviet Union and its entire network in it is now This is the single possible lo present a panoramic age of its kind in description of Ihe The already half Called will cost between 30 It is called Acs 75 million dollars in electronic for Allied Command In each high because the system host country contributes what the electronic engineers buildings and operating scalier forward transmitters often the highest mountain i shows system that the western powers arc along the Iron Curtain in lias been cleared with tlie proper for this nd Provide Instant Warning Its purpose is lo provide instant warning to the NATO nations Tlie section already operating Ho Ihe Allied supreme Norway is called in Paris in event of It was financed by the United enemy nt any Soon il will be melded Into The great alarm system at a point 530 miles of Hie Ace The tremendous Job of Circle swings in a On 1'aire 2, 3) v
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