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Post-Register, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1961, Idaho Falls, Idaho TRAFFIC DIATHS UIT IDAHO TW.YwlS Ytw 13 IDAHO UM YMT 10r, Thit 95 Home Edition Cast Horn. rtan Of Vol. 30, No. 210 4 Sections Idaho Fallt Idaho, Sunday, July 2, 196! 50 15 Cenfi Sides Drawn In Auto Pact Talks By A. F. DETROIT W) With initial scatter gun cannonading over the United Auto Workers and the big three automates will begin talc Ing dead-aim next week in 1961 contract bargaining. The UAW, opening on succes save days at General Motors, Ford and Chrysler, indicated its mam target will be job security for members now working and new jobs for the unemployed. The automakers emphasized their aim would center on any- thing that might add to inflation Ford and GM specifically called for non-inflationary settlements', Verbal Firing- And it was on these-company statements that the first verbal firing occurred. :.UAW, President' Waiter P. Reu- ther, pointing out that the cost of living index had not advanced-in recent weeks, told. GM, inflation is "overexaggerated." Ken Bannon, :the union's Ford department director, -angrily told Ford Friday the UAW: "is sick and tired ot being on the receiving end of Ford Motor Company's slurs that, in negotiations, 'the company alone is worried about inflation." He said the company's call for a. non-inflationary contract car- ried the implication the UAW was trying to force ah inflationary one and asserted: "There is absolutely nothing inflationary about the pro- posals we intend putting before the Ford Motor Co. Absolutely .Open Bargaining Reuther goes to American Mo- tors Corp. Thursday to open bar- gaining there. At the same time, union end company teams will re- turn, to holiday-interrupted nego- tiations at GM, Ford and Chrysler. Three-year pacts with the big three expire Aug. 31 and a week later a American Motors. Reuther told Chrysler Friday it "can anticipate no concessions des- 'pite the. fact it alone, among the. 'big three, has been operating at a loss this year. He said competitors had made money with -A contract similar ;to Chrysler's and that the company's problems "are primarily mana- gerial in character." Strike Truee Hopes Dashed NEW. YORK (AP) Hopes for an end to the. nationwide mari- time strike were dashed Saturday. David L. Cole, chairman of Pres- ident Kennedy's fact-finding com- mittee, said he was "not optimis- tic about- reaching an agreement that will get the. ships sailing." Cole said all mediation.efforts would be cut off at noon Sunday to prepare the board's report for delivery to President Kennedy on Monday. This could lead to an in- junction under the Taft-Harlley Act and an 80-day cooling off period. Cole said talks would continue today and Sunday morning but he noted that one union or one em- ployer group could prevent a complete settlement. There has been a possibility that Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg might come here from Washington Saturday, because of what a government mediator de- scribed as the ''real progress" made Friday. BASEBALL TODAY NATIONAL San Francisco 001002010-470 Pittsburgh 002 100 000-3. 8 2 Sanford, Jones (5) and Bailey; Friend, Face Smith. Jones Home runs .San Francisco, Davenport Pittsburgh, Virdon Cincinnati 000 000 8 2 Milwaukee .021 002 10 2 Hunt, Kook S. Jones (8) and Edwards; Burdetlr, McMahon (9) and Torre. Hunt 126 Bills In Idaho Become Effective BOISE W-Idaho began a new of offiie. Georgt rietch- fiscal biennium Saturday tnd J36 bills passed by the 1961 Legisla- ture become ellecbve at that time. MosUot them are (appropriation measures, but they include also bills establishing a driver training progiam and boosting the cost of drivers' licenses, creating a manent building fund and increas- ing the salaries of some public of- ficials: Slated for increased salaries are the five members. of Idaho's Su- preme Court, whose paygoes up from to J13.500 per and judges of tne district courts, who 'wi'l get J12.000 instead of the they have been receiving. Boost In Salary Another bill boosts the salary of the state piine Inspector from 000 'to but the present er, has announced he won't Uy to collect it., His appropriation was on the pay icale but, apparently through an oversight, the higher pay rate was made ef- fective July 1. Salaries other, elected state officials go up in January, 1963. The driver training bill .provides for financing from the higher fees for operator's. licenses 'and' from a fee charged those who. take the ta'ning.- Standards will be set by the Depairment.of Law Enforce- the'courses will be of- fered; through public' school dis- tricts, which are compensated by the state. The cost of a driver's license, good for two. years, is increased from J2 to 14. Cost of a chauf- (Continued .bn. l-age fifteen) (Cplurc Grim Holiday Weekend Given Tragic Opening Disarm Talk Fails Powers Admit By The Associated Press One of the worst holiday traffic accidents in .the-nation's history jrovided a to the long independence Day, weekend, A, spectacular two-vehicle, -acci- dent "in Nevada killed''11 persons rriday-night. The worst accident? in the United truck and claimed 19 ives. They occurred during a -noiiJ holiday period. Nevada Crash Fatal For 11 LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) peeding pickup truck Friday night roared down the wrong side 5f a four-lane highway and mashed into "a station wagon, killing 11 persons. It was the worst auto accident i Nevada's history. The Nevada highway, patrol said the truck.was, heading south on a northbound lane of: U.S. 91, the major highway between Los An- eles and Las; when it hit le station. .Wagonr The wagon was crammed with nine generations of the.. same family. The trucli; equipped with a camper top, car- ried an adult couple. The only survivor of the crash was a cocker spaniel in the back of the pickup truck. The highway patrol fatality list: In the station, wagon: Driver George Neal- Gibson, 35, Big Creek, Calif., and wife Laura, 31. George's brother John, 48, San Bernardino. Parents Wilburh Gibson, 77, and wife, Stella. 75, San Bernardino. George and Laura's children, Tommy, 11, Margie, Marilyn, 8, and-Sherill, 7. In the truck: Leo Hollis Wat- kins, 52 and wife, Floree Francis, Sunny skies and high 'tempera tures over most of helped increase the .number 'o motorists inching onto the high ways :for leisure time at the sea Deaths-At-A-Slance By The Associated FreM Trtttlo Boating Browning Miscellaneous Total: shore, beach or cooler wood lands. Beaches were crammed with1, bathers. The National Safety Council ex pected. most of the nation's 7 million vehicles would contribute to the-estimated 10 billion mile, that would be logged before the 102-hour holiday ends.. The Council's executive via president, George C. Stewart, said in a statement the Nevada acci dent was a "tragic reminder what can happen on the high ways.' We appeal to all citizens :o use common sense and c tesy when-driving during the holi day weekend. The Nevada, accident; was the first. multiple.' death: reported the weekend that. began Friday at .6 p.m. local time and ends midnight 4. 49, Manhattan Beach. Rocket Mail Marks Date MCALLEN, Tex. can and Texas residents put on a rocket show in this border area Friday that everyone enjoyed. The occasion was to commemo- rate the .25th anniversary of the send international this country and first effort to mail between Mexico by rocket. And like the 1936 event, rockets that flared back and forth over Cooler Weather Comes To Area Slightly cooler weather reigned n Idaho Falls and East Idaho Sat- urday after temperatures had topped 90 degrees for 13 successive afternoons in Idaho Falls. Friday afternoon's high was 83 vhile Thursday afternoon's max- mum. touched 88, snapping the 90 plus of the preceding l.i afternoons. About the same kind of weather vas predicted for Sunday. Saturday, morning's low was a comfortable 45 and it was '73 at 11 a.m. Saturday. thev Rio Grande Friday were loaded with stamped covers to whet the desire of stamp collec- tors. Each rocket carried from 150 to 200 covers bearing stamps of Mexico, the United States, the United. Nations and'the American Legion. A. Garland Adair, curator1 of the Texas Memorial Museum, who touched off the first rocket 25 years. ago, also lit the first rocket in Friday's celebration. The event was sponsored by the McAUen American Legion. THE WEATHER Some afternoon cloudiness through Sunday. For details see page 15. By Lewis Oullck WASHINGTON. weeks of negotiations have failed -to pro duce agreement between the United States and the Soviet Union setting.up a general disarmament conference. Both sides.admitted this Friday as. their Washington talks wound up. The negotiators did agree to begin a second round of discus- sions in Moscow July 17. UjS. negotiators prepared for the Moscow talks with a sense of disappointment at the lack of prog- ress. President Kennedy took a personal hand 'Friday in trying to 'further the discussions. Invited For Chat Kennedy invited the Soviet nego- tiator. Valerian' A. Zoriri, and Soviet Ambassador Mikhail A, Mensaikov to the White House for a half-hour chat before Friday's wihdup. Kennedy was reported to have' .stressed to Zorin the importance he attaches to getting an agree- rnent-to end the arms race. The snail's, pace of the discus- sions has added to a growing-opin- ion, among Kennedy advisers that no fruitful negotiations with the Russians on major cold war issues are in sight. Instead, in. the opinion of top (Continued on Page Fifteen) Ont) Tractor Kills Shelley Boy (Special To The Post-Register) SHELLEy, July 2 A. 14-year old Shelley yoath died' Saturday morning at an Idaho Falls hbspita from injuries .'received earlier whei a tractor he was driving tipped over oh him. He was Sheldon son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bragg, Shel- ley Route 2, who died from severe head injuries. The tragedy occurred about I turn. Saturday while the. youth wai driving farm o 'Gbslien, where he had been employed. Machine Tips Back Cook, who found the youth, sale it 'appeared the. boy was driving a tractor uphill checking on sprink- ling lines and that he slammed on the brakes, causing the heavy ma. chine to tip back on him. Cook s'aid the boy suffered a se- vere blow on the head and was unconscious when lie found him. A Shelley.physician was called and hen the'boy was taken to an Idaho Falls hospital bat died at a.m. after undergoing surgery. Cook said he had hired the boy a few days ago to work on the farm but he did not know the boy was driving the tractor at the (Continued on Pase fiUeeni (Column Two) British Ship Lands Tanks, Marines To Defend Kuwait By Colin Frost KUWAIT British air- craft'earner landed Marines and tanks in Kuwait Saturday and a dozen Hunter jet fighters flew in to help guard this oil-rich sheik- dom against .a. threatened inva- sion fVorn. Iraq. The an- nounced Saudi Arabia t also is sending bolster Kuwait against the annexation.claim that Iraqi Premier Abdel Kaiim Kas- sem advanced a week ago. In Damascus, Iraq denied mass- ing troops-on its-southern border Kuwait OT in any part of Iraq, Baghdad radio said. denial' came in a statement by the state-owned' Iraq news agency. It also dehiefd reports Iraqi vessels fired ;on Iranian boats trying to move food 'to Ku- wait. frigates, the aircraft carrier ashore. ,.a .de- tachment of 52-ton Centurion tanks and about 750 men. These were about 600 marine com- mandos and a 150-man squadron of the Dragoon Guards. The frigate Loch Alvie sent of fleers ishore by fer with British: and Kuwaiti au thorities in this former Britisl protectorate. Swarm From Begirt Rifle-bearing sheiks 'swarmed in from the desert by limousine swearing to. help the ruling sheik Sir Abdullah as-Salim as-Sabah defend .the sovereignty of Kuwai against Iraqi troops and armoi Castro 'Deaf Brushed Off By Ixinis La KEY WEST, Fla.' lastro has been served notic that it is .incompatable With th rational interest of the Unite States to pay .him an indemnit or. damages .caused by the.Apr. 17 invasion of Cuba. Castro's insistance on repara ions dashed all hopes .of a nego tiated release of itivasioi msoners. John Hooker Jr., executive sec retary. of the disbanded Tractor or Freedom .Committee, told 1 of .Castro's prisoners 'in the name of honor the com mittee feels it cannot, send Dr Castro tractors, money or credits or indemnity. Not, J28 million 01 W The Cuban' prime minister of fered on May 17 to exchange the prisoners for bulldozers Later he. said, he would, accep lighter tractors as 'an indemnity for inyasion damages, provida their value .was million. It was his insistance .on indem nity that wrecked all hopes for a solution. AMERICM.V 401 1 002 000 0 Cleveland Boston Latman and Romano; Cisco, Stallard Early (71, Fornieles and L Cisco Home Geig'er Washington 032 000 OOl'-fi 8 0 New .York 031 000 102-7 14'.0 Mathlasi McClain (31 Sisler- (9) and Green, .Daley Stafford, Sheldon (.1) Coates Arroyo (9) and Howard. Sisler Home Keough Green (10) 'Long- 02) New York, Mantle 2 Man's' Rome Boosts ROME 'Ml A 15 per In iKssenger fares and a 10 to 20 per rent increase in freight rates on the state-owned Italian rail, ways meat into effect Saturday. Bl'Raclal Schools Win Support In NEA Debate By G. K. Hodenflelrt Education Wriler ATLANTIC N. ,T. aei The National ISflucation Assn: Friday adopted the strongest stand it has nvev taken in support o? integrated schools. After 2 hours 9 minutes of wor- dy but nonviolent debate, the rep- resentative assembly pledged "con- tinued 'support of the 'J. S. Su- preme Court decision on' school desegregation." -First Mention This is' the first time that the NEA, in-its annual policy state- ments, has even mentioned the Supreme Court decision of 1954. Most at the debate was taken up by speakers who urged 'the NEA, the world's largest professional or- ganization with a membership of educators, to take a firm and forthright stand on the con- troversial issue. Bert Ishee, high school teacher of Kayetleville, N. C, put the case for the Southern minority oppos- ing the resolution when he said: "We need mote time. When de- segregation comes by the will of the local people'it is good. When it is forced on communities by outside pressure, it is bad." Dixin Reaction Only a handful of the E.OOO con- vention delegates rose to support Ishee in the prevote debate. How- ever, when the vote was called, the Southern white affiliates of the NEA were virtually unani- mously against the rfcsotut'bn. In another unprecedented aq- tion, the representative ,iESembly earlier Friday approved a motion to commend the Arlington County Va., Education Association for in-. with the Negro teachers group in that county. There are separate Negro and while NEA affiliates in 11 Southern states. That action by the Arlington County group led'to its expulsion from the all-white Virginia Educa- tion1 Association last month, assembly also Instructed ihe NEA president to set a commisison to. the ouster, Searchers Find hissing Girl BONNERS FERRY. Idaho (AP) Searchers Saturday found the 3-year-old Anchorage Alaska girl, 'ho disappeared Friday afternoon 'hile oh a fishing excursion with er parents. Authorities said Diane Fenton. he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben- et Fenton, was spotted by a air- lane and searchers were then ble -to locate She had been fishing with her arents about 25 miles southeast here when' she apparently be- ame lost. Planes and a force of nearly 100 .eri assisted in the search for the girl. Gate City Gun Plant Closes POCATELLO The Pocatello Naval Ordnance Plant is officially closed Saturday 'alter 19 years of operation. The ?30 million plant, will be sold by the General Services Adminis- tration at a bid opening Nov. 1. The.plant once employed more than workers. They concen- trated on heavy naval guns and LATE BULLETINS FIRE CONTROLLED Idaho Fire- fighters brought SO-ncre Jlre northwest of Malad nmlrr con. trol Saturday, PROPERTIES TURNED OVER, SAN FRANCISCO m telephone nropcitics and business ot pacific Telephone Tele- graph Co. In Washington, Oregon Idnhn were liirnnd nvor to PacKjc NorUiwent Bell Tlepnono Co. Shot Fizzles WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. k rocket firale broke off a U.S. attempt to lob a can satel- lite" into orbit to study tiny space bullets that might imperil an astronaut's flight. The third stage of' the' four stage i Scout launching rocket failed to ignite Friday after the 62-foot, rocket had made what appeared to be a perfect take-off from its seaside The first word was that J'it looks Dad" and a few minutes later the trial was pronounced a failure. National and- Space Administration officials said they may try again in a month. The space vehicle soared to an altitude of only 102 miles before nosing over and plunging into the Atlantic 325 miles downrange. The feet long, 2 feet n diameter and 125 to have been rocketed to ah orbit -anging between 240.and 620 miles :rom the earth. Tractors Block In France PARIS M r- Thousands of trac- or-riding farmers protesting the price-fixing policy )locked main roads in a .wide area if Southern France. again Eatruday is the, mid-summer tourist rush began. MIDDLE EAST CRISIS KUWAIT'S ABSOLUTE ruler, Sheik SI Abdullah Al-Sulim Al-Sabah, Is. pictured as he addressed an anti-Iraqi demonstration In Kuwait. The newlj-lhdependejit oil.rich sheikdom Js the point of new; Middle'East crisis following neighboring'Iraq's claim to thr Some Thieves Just Can't Learn A Thing MILAN, Italy Police offi- cer Mario. Oscuri questioned' a> suspected thief for 5ix hours, then ordered hini taken to city jail on a long list of minor After the suspect left in the police Van, Oscuri, discovered a' life' bill he had in his desk was missing. He phoned the jail just, as the van- arrived. Police frisked' their' man, found the bill and added' another Soxer Cleared After Apology Bye T.ee Llnder PHILADELPHIA On Moslems ALGIERS forces in 'Algeria and: nearby Blida open ed .iire. Saturday oh Moslem .mobs attacking them with 'stones., am clubs. 'said ohe rioter was killed and scores hurt. The Moslems'took to. the streets by ..the hundreds, -obeying a strike call from: the .nationalist rebel FLN. and savage clashes broke out with police and troops.. Fifteen the antiriot forces the No. 1 heavyweight con- ender, was cleared Saturday of a harge that he impersonated oliceman. A conviction -on'; the charge might ha.ve ended the ring career f- the boxer who ha's 3 lengthy olice record and twice has served ine in prison. Listen and a companion, Isaac 'coper, -26, also were cleared of harges of disorderly conduct and esisting arrest. Magistrate E. David Kaiser, vho dismissed the charges, said le men Were guilty only of errors f judgment- The clearance came after Liston nd Cooper apologized to Mrs. "lores: 29, .of -ansdowne, whose car -they halted a lonely section of Fairmount ark before .dawn two weeks ago. All are Negroes. Mr.s. Ellis told Kaiser that an uto driven by Liston pulled up to er's, a spotlight was Shined in er face, and she was ordered to ull over. She did, she said, but Tractor blockades were reported j remained in her car as Listen n the regions of Marseille, Nimes, twice asked her to step out. Aries, Montpellier and Tarascon 1 There was no explanation of the and in Central France, near Bour- spotlight, in Uston's car. Neither members of were.injured. Shortly after noon, however, the jpvernment said the situation was in- hand. Fire Into Aiir Police and soldiers" first fired nto the air to try to halt the Moslems, who ..advanced on them shouting rebel slogans and waving green and white rebel flags. Then, as the rioters hurled stones and charged with clubs, the French opened fire. The Mjslems' rage was directed at French President Charles de Gaulle's proposal .to partition the country if a negotiated settlement of the Algerian rebellion is not reached. Bold young Moslems hoisted a rebel-flag atop a building in a working-class district and, for a while; a mob blocked off a station. The high pitched "yu-yu-yu" cry (Continued on Page Flltcen) (Column Pour) lepoited massing across the bor- der. Minister of State Bader Abdulla. Mulla announced the sheikdom, just south of Iraq; on the Persian Gulf's northwest coast, has" re- quested an emergency mcetijig of the United Nations Security Cotin- c'll" "to investigate threats frohi Iraq likely to eiwanger the se- curity and independence of Ku- wait." Kuwait is a. candidate for U.N. membership. It also wants to the 10-nation Arab League, a Mid- dle East organization in which Iraq, the United Arah Republi-- arcl Saudi Arab-a are the most powerful members; Special Si-sslon It was announced in Cairo that the Arab League Council would hold' an. extraordinary session (Continued qn Page -TittHHl) (ColiimnOne) Chief Plays Family Role i By Whitney HY.ANNIS Mass., Away from the urgent atmos- phere of Washington, President Kennedy surrounded himself with family Saturday -for a long week- end of rest and recreation at the sail-and-swim retreat boy- hood. Counting all the in-laws and 23 Kennedys fand at least two pet .dogs the family compound on the cool shore .of Nantucket Sound before the-.day is over. Most, arrived 'Friday aboard, the presidential jet and the family plane- 'the Caroline. Kennedy was frankly intent on getting away fiom the White House scene-for a- few days, while keeping' in touch with foreign and domestic .'events in this summer resort through the usual communication channels" set up wherever a chief executive goes. Jfo Appointments appointments' were on his No Schedule for Saturday, but some visitors on government business were anticipated before Kennedy returns to the capital. His program now calls for him. to remain at Hyannis Port over the Fourth of July'and fly back Wednesday, morning.. Nantiicket Sound beckoned Ken- nedy .the sailorman. The Kennedys now own a motor cruiser, the 52-foot Martin, that would accomodate most families With room -to spare for a voyage over the sound but would be iammed to the rails if all he .presidential kinfolk climbed aboard. Joseph P. Kennedy, a patriarch if the clan, welcomed his the Friday after- noon on the touch football field converted to a helicopter landing ad by his ,shorefront home. The First Lady and their chil-' !ren, Caroline 3, and 7-month-pid fohn- Jr., came with the chief executive. ges. 'defendant testified. Lien Plastered On Soviet Estate GLEN COVE, N. Y. IW The luxury estate of the Soviet United Nations delegation went up for auction Friday. There were no takers.. So the city took over the 303.35 tax lien and announced plans to hold it for two years and then take .court action to claim the property unless back taxes are paio-. Soviet officials have argjed that the 36-acre estate is not subject to a local tax since it housed the U. N.'headquarters of .the Russian 1 delegation. Ordeal At Sea Ends In Hospital SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) A husky 14-year-old boy, who "Witched two men die as they drifted oh a flimsy raft, was re- covering in a hospital 'Saturday after three days of tragedy and terror at. Torry McClelland, a blond high school athlete from Htmtington Beach, was rescued Friday by a fishing boat 90 miles south- west of San Diego. Transferred to a submarine, he arrived Friday night in San Diego. He was pronounced 'in fairly good condition at u hospital. Rambling1 Tale He fold newsmen n rambling tnle about three terrible .days of shipwreck, thirst, delirium, death, hunger, heat and blinding glare of sun, scr.' and sky. He and his, Bradford, 48, of Huntington Beach, his mother's stepfather, and Alvin Hartman, 57, ot nearby Santa. Ana, Bradford's out month's. fishing .cruise off Mexico last Tuesday. Bradford was a nlasterinp; contractor, Hart- man n hod carrier. After setting out from Newport Beach in their. 36-foot boat, they encountered heavy, swells. They tried riding at anchor that night. 'The sea anchor pulling on the boy, mumbling and dazed from' sedatives, told news- men. "Two big swells picked up the bout and pulled the bottom out Cut Raft "Grandpa said to out the rait loose The three fishermen got aboard a nix-by.-thrce-fooi raft ol balsa wood and cork. Its bottom con- sisted only of rope netting through which a few timbers were looped, and water sloshed through the bottom continually. They tried to attract several passing-vessels Wednesday, their first day on the raft. Although they waved rags and poles, no one slopped. They had no food or water, only a few packs of cigarettes that Hartman grabbed before leaving the boat. 1 After waiting in vain for res- cuers under a blinding hot sijn, Hartman "went crazy on the sec- ond Terry suid. "lie started falling in the water and the raft turned the boy added. "Grandad got htm back on IConUmiKl on VUtetn> (Column Writ Denied Jlast Suspect SAN. DIEGO, Calif. W A writ f habeas corpus sought for the release of one of two men accused of 'blowing up, (xjmmunication.s towers in the Utah-Nevada desert was denied Friday by U. S. Dist- rict Judge Fred Kunzel. Dale C. Jensen, 23, sought the writ. He and Bernard J Brous, 51, are held in lieu of -JSM.OOO bail on charges that they dynamited micro-wave towers May 2o. Rebels Massacre African Natives LISBON, Portugal Iffl Scores of native workers were, massacred a. rebel attack .in Portugal's West African colony of Angola, the Lusitania News Agency "said Satr urday; The rebels reportedly struck against four plantations in Urn coffee-growing area 100 miles northeast of Luanda, set fire .to crops and farmhouses and fled. In Portugal new taxes on gaso- ine, beer, imported tobacco and other luxury items were 5 decreed to help pay the. cost .if fighting :he 4-month-old. rebellion; RESULT Use a Post-Restate) wifi sell unused (terns the fust and easy vvsy. Buvers shop every day lor the thlnRs they need, by ceamne want-ads., SOLD 27. For Salt Used App'iancn S, E.' REFXtUKK'A'ltlR. 10.6 ai- Shclves In door. Ejc- itttay plan sour DIAL JA 2-1800