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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1961, Syracuse, New York METROPOLITAN FINAL THE Weather Qtfbitl Am Showers LOW Pw YEAR 29 N OCTOBER 1961 SEVEN CENTS U S PROTESTS BERLIN SHOOTING AP BUILDINGS TUMBLE Uf GLENS FALLS FIRE Flames leap through a furniture a paper plant and three houses at Glens Falls Police arrested a spectator and charged him with arson Enjoys Fire Too He's Accused of Arson GLENS H unemployed marking his birthday on Friday the loth by enjoying the sight of was charged with setting a predawn fire that ale into eight warehouse ana buildings and threatened a large section of the city's east end The fire or damaged the eight injured nine firemen and left at least 19 persons less Carl L Hogan ot Hudson Falls held m Warren County in Lake George after his in Glens Falls City Court on a charge of degrea arson motive for ar son was established Police said he had admitted setting Friday's ire and three others At Other Fires who police said under- went brain surgery several years was arrested after an a n c Karl told police he rec hirn as having been Other lires in Hudson Falls reporter Hogan at the was wringing his st and singing He went around tell ing everyone what a big fire it was Then I said to myself Thu is ii The fire destroyed a three-story three dwellings across the street The Valcour Corp paper products plant was heavily damaged other dwellings and a restaurant were scorched by which shot more than 100 feet m the air Others Police said Hogan had ted setting a minor blaze earlier Thursday night m the basement of a storehouse in Maple Street in Glens Jails He also ted having set fire to a barn and a chicken coop m Hudson police said Hudson Falls police are investigating those fires a former state forest deputy and Saratoga Hace track guard said he had seen at three H u d eo n Falls in the last month HoRati acted at one of the said he turned him over to who released Hogan after Questioning the flames for four hours after residents heard an explosion and saw the billowing through the warehouse of Paul Hose al II 30 No official damage estimate was available but sold it might total Paper had been stuffed into holas around the outside the ignited the Today After Record high m 81 was record for the date The previous record fnr an Del 13 was 80 in 1923 A Military Jets Zoom Today In Biggest Defense Check AF Chieftains To Observe Exercise Here WASHINGTON Military will zoom through Une skies in vast numbers Saturday in the gest test yet of North ca's defenses It will be a mock war without But the at- tacking and will hurl themselves against hey U 5 and Canadian targets m as realistic a fashion wise as possible in this op called Sky Shield This will set into motion the vast defense interceptor craft missile stations and supporting stations They're supposed to as if it were the real except no gers ire to be pulled Some members of the U S Air Army and Navy and of Canada's air force will participate The operations will range over an area of about square miles million Commercial Flights Canceled for The nation's Cop In military and aviation will at Hancock Field at 11 30 aJn today for the start of the mock attack the Sorth American continent The brass wili observe the hour Exercise Sky Shield II op- from the concrete combat operation center Thompson Road on the eastern ringe of Hancock Field front was expected to Wire News in Brief Druggist Shoots Robber to Death NEW YORK JFI One two holdup men was shot and killed Friday by druggist during Sn attempted The J Norman Mount a holdup victim said ol the snoo tin i don't feel very goad about this but it had to be Police said the pair compelled Clunie at gunpoint open cabinet containing narcotics Alter packets their they forced Clunie to lie on the floor and started to leave Clunie readied into a drawer got a gun and fired four one striking one robber in the head The other fled Stop Ads Luring Families to Alaska UB lUle BUarner office hu Intervened lo stop newspaper tda which from LhU in hops or find in t action came William A Egan ot Alaska wrote to New Kcrk New Jersey that four fin Hies from the two-state will spend the cold winter in ten tiler coming to Alaski In response lo reported as advertised in Joseph f proprietor of Newark he would place no more tds wid lo cancel all ids Gen David Furman said Flees Communism Fourth Time Sweden UB An man escaped Cast Germany Thursday night in a boat with 1 and granddaughter They rested here before going on to West Germany The old who said he came nally irom reporters it WM ftn flight from His Unlucky Combination Iff Hie of for Spring by cardboard license AH bta car the police the number WM car tore no Inspection U WAS not refltleted Kuckow WM expired He wu with In polke court Jn further appearance Ship Picks Up 11 Persons Adrift Netherlands Antilles Dutch motor sel Isis picked up 11 persona drilling in a small barge near claimed Puerto Rico The Isis is taking them to St Croix In the Virgin Wands Syracuse Headlines DA RETORTS TO DAMAGE SUIT FOOD TrO BE reach Syracuse and the Central New STork ares from last night bruising showers and a shift to cooler weather The were expected to end today aod and er weather is for cast Tor row Today's will be 65 de- the low tonight 45 Winds will oe from tiia 25 Rifles pet hour to MOTORIST KILLED JAMESTOWN EG ot Jamestown killed Friday when ha was urn from hig automobile si it veered aft a county road near here and plunged into a was pinned Carter beneath car All civilian Mr in United except wJ be suspended during the minor tant military exercise In all spending about million in fares will have to make other transportation ar- rangements Ih Eastern and American are Celling 49 flight m and out of Hancock The will keep skeleton staffs MI duty to take reservations Regional Although for the North American Air Defense ere at Colorado i rigs Ib military and civilian aviation leaders to watch regional it e The Air Division operates COMFORTS MOTHER Paul Rotterdam comforts his police he shot his returned apparently intoxicated and threatened his family with another A is at left 8 Airmen Train Here U S Sells Tito 135 Jet Planes WASHINGTON Stata some fashion receive U S dollars Department said Friday the States has sold 135 Saber jet fighters to Yugoslavia IQ help thai Communist country stay Iree s domination In connection with the eight Yugoslav air force men are being trained at Force Base in as pilots and four as maintenance men The Defense Department said three Yugoslav airmen also get training at Air Force in deal with Yugoslavia for U S weather Interceptor planes is by tte largest TJ S n Belgrade ante President Tito halted American military aid to Yugoslavia in The Si a to Department said Yu- A Pentagon spokesman said Yu- also is for the training of the personnel as the sales Disclosure vf deal brought fmm al least a tors Sen John Tex said the Yugoslav airmen should be shipped and D md placed Ott lias has been any daubl ii my mind where Tito a Lands in cold he said Sen Henry M said Kennedy administration consider dropping Ine since and most other neutral at the meet Ing they are neutrals Officials said the package costing Yugoslavia f 1 b ness which did not m- volve American foreign details of the payment wen nal the deal was de A dollar Col SJ meaning the United Stales will in Aftermath of Airport Brawl Lincoln White saia me decision rsn Soviet Ousts Dutch Ambassador And Orders Own Envoy Home was In shortly lice MOSCOW f The Soviet national incident with the government withdrew its of the Dutch government Popov to Use Netherlands Friday and ordered the Dutch dor expelled from Moscow to pro test the brawl between of the Netherlands and Soviet diplomats last at Amsterdam's The Moscow came a few hours alter the Dutch announced In The Hague It would demand the or of diplomatic personnel rentra for his role In the above mentioned cannot new al Dutch airport Oct fl when police detained wifa of de- Soviet t tub LQ determine if she was to the Soviet Union of htr trill coat Dutch he not only made move to stop the fight but ally joined it own protested that hr was by Dutch police and threatened Incident would have f left Holland presumably lo Soviet party fress here next week In ft note lo the The net government refused to take Waffle for polke of an and threat or serious consequences Soviet government tht of government nt Oct 12 the personnel of the Soviet Em the note said This Is only proof of an effort to justify gross trampling by Hoi be appraised otherwise than as an attempt to worsen relation and sharpen the The note Sovitt Union strongly could go on lor years shameful actions by Dutch j embassy The Soviet against the and press attache A D Dutch officials claimed made the first move and Popov roughed police The two left land Friday night on a train far surplus last apiece agreement was that ment would be completed 120 days after officials and they believe this already has been accomplished Stale Department press officer send the aircraft to Yugoslavia before President Kennedy Dwight D in White House Govern 1 said the Kennedy could have stopped the which took place in en- suing but instead Eisenhower for okaying the deal As While outlined the t Dinted since Tito's with the an Page ft VII2 Years Still Chatters From Space Slays Dad to Save His Mother Eleven Paul Bernan shot his father to aware of what he after the tether had threatened to kill his wife and three dam police reported ati unem construction had returned to the family s home in suburban in early morning apparently police and awakened his Rose 36 A daughter and were awakened by the noise of treating police Bernan earned two Irom a one on e table and the other at his lice said They said she grabbed the nun barrel with Linda's for the with her husband gun Shot Him up the alher gun and told him tn a fifth said he wouldn't listen 10 and I shat him The children said their father had threatened to kill all of them and the children home of a neighbor after the shooting and called No charge was placed against WP boy He never had fired a fun Asst Dirt Atty Henry said BradL the boy and fully very will live with this the rest ot his Polin Family said Berrian returned WASHINGTON year after it was supposed to the U.S satellite Explorer VII was still away u space ite second birthday The radio of to shut tip government ftf those lo blame these abnormal lions for which full responsibility lies with the Netherlands ment Soviet government Insists that measures be lahen which n exclude possibility of such tions in the In a protest note lo the Soviet Embassy fn The Thursday calty year ago 50 as to free its frequency for UJi in pome satellite But fl timing failed UK had the Communist for Dutch and entered expulsion of viet commercial Attache S 90 vn right broadcasting data radiation at aJtiludes of ila some 340 io 670 above the i The trouble satellite al ready had done a super I stive job of scientific reporting by it reached its Thurr Its space chatter Is National Aeronautics and Space Administration now tune in on the satellite's broadcasts during week numerous two to five pared with daily the messen ger's first year aloft During that first Explorer VII relayed to ground stations in Uial recorded on WAS first proof tint Van Alkn radiation bells radiation particles lo help the ora boreaUs Explorer VII to whirl above me planet at speed of Base under Instrument more than milts hour of or one of 67 space Mckel and of vehicles art In around the or sun ttt these len the Sortet ril the rait in American Red Germans Fire Wildly as Refugees Flee Nine in Truck Smash Through To Freedom BERLIN The United States Command carried to Soviet officials Friday a sharp protest against lest and illegal of East German border guards The guards earlier in day fired wildly into Berlin's American sector runs refugees broke through the Communist a said ol the U military sst Berlin police who rushed to wooded scene iwas reported hurt m the shooting ui early meriting did not return the fire An American spokesman said Gen Albert Watson the U.S in drove to Soviet headquarters at Jn East Berlin tg deliver the test to Soviet Col A 1 Solovyev Doesn't Elaborate e protest referred to both the latest incident and earlier Ing incidents involving East man polite along the border The American spokesman said protest led to a forth discussion between Watson and but he did elaborate The Western allies do not East Germany's nist regime and deal only the Soviets in matters invoking the East German police Soviet officials usually refer tests to the East Germans and lake no other action Bast police again opened Eire In the evening when Iwo East fled into ths French sector near strasse Berlin officials the two escaped unhurt across railroad sidings near the border East firing German as soon guards slapped as the pair fiad succeeded in crossing the border and did not shoot into the French sector Western officials called the ly morning shooting one of gravest ot the almost daily dents reported along the barbed wire and concrete wall en- circling West Marc Insolent The said a ranking Allied be- coming more more Insolent Some 250 were one Policeman estimated Dozens of fresh bullet holes later were counted at height in trees 3D or 40 yards from fence The nine scared 19 to all former commuters to West rammed truck into the double line of barb wire where Uie East German der cuts across the in suburban Zehlendorf Amid a hail of the truck tapped the wire but became stalled between two concrete posts scrambled out and raced to cover in American territory with whizzing West Berlin police arrived on the and within minutes two loads of Military Police drove away from the border or we will shouted East German policeman Seconds later the up rapid-fire what lie dio He mads a dim IWu 5 and or he a-m and an armored oo Page Col m sort of t which lasted an hour the the put hie fist had told hie wife had given a ticket lor 1 jme bjt Rotterdam police they TIC violation Neighbors the Bemans at- ways appeared to be J nice quiet and said they not been called tol Inside Today the name For any nearly of magnetic Among the satellite's out- President Kennedy arrived Kennedy Plane Lands Amid Fog HYANNIS op adverse spend lull end at his home The plane touched down from Washing Ion at Otis Air Force Fog termed by base thick us clam HJ to 300 Church 3 Comic Pages Crossword Puzzle IB Death Record Markela 4 ot mile The President traveled by he M item Otis hU home Morning's Mail Pen and Pencil Set Puzzle Quiz 15 Radio-TV Programs 15 Sports Syracuse News Theaters 2 Tell Me Why 14 Women's Features 5 Your Horoscope A COLUMNISTS Bridge 14 Dew Abby Drew Victor George E Tor tin
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