Twin Falls Times News, August 6, 1962

Twin Falls Times News

August 06, 1962

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Twin Falls Times News (Newspaper) - August 6, 1962, Twin Falls, Idaho Weather Partly Cloudy Final Edition The Magic Valley Newspaper Dedicated to Serving and Promoting the Growth of Nine Irrigated Idaho Counties TWIN AUGUST 1962 TEN CENTS feeds Start New Series of Nuclear Tests With Blast Estimated at 40 Megatons 6 Soviet Union has launched a new nuclear f series with a superbomb blast which Swedish scientists placed in the 40 saton second only to the 50megaton blast the Russians set off last Octo r The new blast apparently touched off at Soviet atomic test grounds in came as no surprise to the Premier Khrushchev had announced his forces would have to resume testing because of the Pacific tests now being The state department called the Soviet explosion a somber episode but made clear it will not halt efforts to get a nuclear test The urgent problem before the world is not who tests but how we can rid the world of nuclear testing once and for said the department referring to Soviet statements that they insisted on holding the last round of Ambassador Arthur Dean returned to the Geneva dis armament conference Saturday with new Western compromise proposals for a test ban No date has been announced for presentation of the propnsals to the Estimates varied as to the size of the Soviet explosion Sunday believed touched off on the is land of Novaya Zernlya about 350 miles east of Uppsala universitys seismolog ical institute classed It in the range of 40 million tons of TNT and said it occurred at a higher altitude than the Soviet series of The Soviet foreign ministry re fused to comment on the explo which appeared to have launched a new round of Russian military maneuvers In the Far The Soviet government announced two weeks ago that maneuvers would begin with the Soviet northern rocket troops and air force units taking In only nation to have been hit by an atomic a government spokesman said the Soviet act is regrettable for world It also drew criti from Kaoru head of the communistdominated Ja pan council against atomic and jjydrogen Reds Shun Proposal For Test Ban Treaty 6 Soviet Union coldshoul dered today new Western compromise proposals de sinned to break the deadlock on a treaty for banning nuclear weapon Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Valerian Zorin told the 17nation disarmament con ference the new Western formula for test ban controls does not look Zorin thus chilled the Western ideas even before they were formally He told delegates that Am bassador Arthur Dean discussed some of the Western proposals infor mally with him Sunday and that as far as he could make the Western position on the test ban issue has not changed in prin Dean earlier told the confer ence the new Western sugges tions will be introduced after he completes his informal discus sions with They will go first to the British and Soviet nuclear sub expected to meet next A formal presentation to the full conference is unlikely before early next Dean declared the Soviet re sumption of nuclear tests Sunday underlines the urgent need for a treaty to end all Dean returned from Washing ton Saturday with the new pro They are believed to re duce the number of internation al inspections in the Soviet Union demanded by the West to guard against In other Dean submitted new amendments Its disarmament plan which uld ban the production of new i of weapons during the first i of fine amendments would auto atically outlaw testing of new weapons and wipe out possibili fcies of expanding or modernizing Dean Zorin said Deans amendments light have certain importance respect to conventional but that they failed to nge the American position the elimination of vehi iles capable of delivering nuclear The Russians that the delivery vehicles be destroyed during the first stage of disarm whereas the plan calls for their gradual elimina tion through three disarmament Vote Delayed On Insurance For Veterans 6 UPI lHouse leaders today temporar ily telayed a vote on legislation to reopen national service life in surance to veterans of World war I and They said unex pected opposition to it had de heloped over the h Jbi11 only last rsday by the veterans com had been called up for laction under a hurryup proce ure requiring a twothirds vote LLprval ancl barring amend passage hnd becn con Mdcred veterans committee airman oiin said many members re o 1 U ivcdjelegrains from commer ce interests opposing ut the it would government into further with private entcr Embassy Says Soblen Might Fly to Israel 6 IUPI The Israeli embassy said today that Israel Is willing to take back Soviet spy Robert A temporarily until he finds a country which will accept Czechoslovakia is have offered him Communist reported to The British government has ordered Israels El Al aillines to continue flying the 61yearold psychiatrist on to New The Israeli cabinet told the airline yesterday not to obey the We are prepared to take him back to Israel and relieve the British government of the prob said an Israeli embassy But once back in Israel he would have to for a country to go A home commenting office on the Israelis statements said Britain had or dered El Al to put Soblen on an Americabound plane andcthe had to That Is the the spokesman and they are bound by the law of the land to carry it They have been given until Wednesday to do and we expect them to do Opal Claims Many Lives On Formosa 6 Typhoon Opal ripped across For mosa with 179 miles an hour spreading death and destruction in the northeastern coastal town of Police said at least 87 persons were 20 In jured and homeless in the The howling the worst in three years to hit slammed into Yilan just before Through the early hours of the morning it collapsed pulled a ton Korean freighter loose from its anchor nge and swamped a number of fishing By midmorning it had passed into the Formosa strait headed for the Chinese mainland with winds reduced to 75 miles an Taipei was sideswiped by 110 miles an hour winds which in jured 38 but no deaths were persons wore Thirtyfive stroyed and Police said moved to high houses were de 180 damaged by flooding river Telegraph and electric service were knocked Wells Mishap Kills Three Man Critical 8 father of two children killed in an automobile accident remained in critical condition in Elko County hospital Hospital attendants said the condition of four others wns All were injured in a Saturday evening fourcar accident near Wells whichkilled the two chil dren and an exchange student from The youngsters killed were Kimberly Ann and Kenneth Eric about 5to7yearold chil dren of Timothy Haw The exchange student kiled was Nagallngam whose most recent ad dress was in Los He was riding in the Crail Crail remained in critical con dition Others in the hos pital from the same accident were and Laurel John Las and and Richard San Bernar Loren Nevada high way patrol said the acci dent was on highway 93 about 17 miles south of He said four all travel ing were He said Johnson apparently stopped his car because of thick dust and Hajdy crashed into the rear of A freight Walter saw the accident and was stopping when Crail crashed into the rear of the Ongress Plans Bill to Increase Total utdoor Recreation Resources in AUF c tm aimed at in Pccted rc to move y UVJ H i congress this HIS ntcilor subcommittee Jo sot upmi outdoor recre including 50 inil in federal grants to may which was by lts last wcre introduced coin at of the Kennedy ad by the chairman of limit e nncl interior Ollnton p An ThB BO and The HIM 22 million dollars would statea over a mn tho 8tftt08 would put Atoning to plan statewide outdoor The according to the have primary responsi bilities to provide outdoor recre ation opportunities to the popu lations they serve and to en courage comprehensive planning in cooperation with political The interior department would bo authorized to consult with other federal departments and agencies and prepare and main tain a continuing inventory and evaluation of the nations out door recreation needs and re Tho department also would provide technical assistance to the encourage Interstate and regional cooperation in the development of recreational fa cilities and sponsor and In any desired Recommending the proposed Secretary of the In terior Stewart Udall told the two Interior committees The report of the outdoor recreation resources review com mission emphasizes the fact that an adequate and diverse outdoor recreation opportunity for the American people requires care fully planned and effective co ordinated efforts by all levels of government and by private cit izens and Udall pointed out that Presi dent Kennedy had urged recrea tion legislation in a message to congress and had set up an out door recreation advisory council consisting of cabinet mem Udall already Is in his department establishing an outdoor recreation bureau to Encourage the coordination of federal outdoor recreation pro grams keep a recreation inven tory administer state aid en courage interstate cooperation conduct and sponosor research prepare a national recreation and set up education pro MOST RECENT photo of Marilyn was taken two months AP wire photo Len Jordan Gets Interim Appointment as Senator es to Leave Tonisrht 6 Robert Smylie today named former Len to serve as in terim senator from Idaho until the 6 general nominated last Saturday by the Republi pin af norrfval nnrvimTf TOO at1 n j j i i i Mystery Surrounds Death of Film Star 6 doctor smashed his way into a locked found Marilyn Monroe dead in a telephone clutched in her an empty pill bottle It was her psychiatrist who found the body early The mysterious death brought a tragic at to the troublescarred life of Norma Jean frightened waif who became the worlds most famous blonde as Marilyn She apparently died either late Saturday or Sun day of an overdose of sleep ing The empty bottle had contained 50 Nembutal Was it suicide Had she called someone before she died A coroners investigation aided by is seeking the answers to these questions Evidence uncovered so far is Ralph her psy said she him at seeking They talked an He told her to take a drive in her car to It was a ride she never she retired at 8 in what her Eun ice thought to be good If she made any calls that eve Continucd on Page Column 1 Just Like One Of She Laments feel like we lost one of the family when we lost said Jack when she commented Monday morning on Marilyn Monroes death Sun and Reinsch are own ers of the North Fork north of where por tions of the actress Bus were shot in April of Many parts of the picture were filmed in the HaileyGan nett area and Reinsch noted Monday that Miss Monroe worked in the film for four days at the North Pork store and that she really Was a hard wasnt a bit stuck up and I just loved She was one of the sweetest people we ever met in our She was just wonderful so friendly and commented The North Pork store was changed to Grades Diner for the film and a false stairway built for the film is still attached to the side of the Several visitors have ascended the stair case to discover that it ends abruptly in a blank Many Hailey residents com mented Monday morning that Miss Monroe was likeable and Crowds of Hailey Ketchum area residents watched filming of the picture at the Plan for Killing Hussein Foiled 6 Moroccan security agents foiled a plot by Palestinian terrorists to assassinate King Hussein of Jor dan during his visit to informed sources said The sources said a group of terrorists of Palestinian origin trailed Hussein through the countries of Europe he visited before his arrival in Tangiers from Gibraltar on July They said the assassination plot was uncovered by agents of the Surete Morrocos equivalent of the Primary Vote in Three States Set Hy The Associated Press Relatively quiet highlighted by auto maker George Romncys plunge into partisan come to an end Tuesday with primary elections in Kansas and Mis In nominations for two two senate seats and 34 house posts are at former president of American Motors and already mentioned as a possible Republi can presidential candidate in has only token opposition in Michigans OOP gubernatorial primary A last minute writeIn cnin for Richard a member of the conservative John Birch has been Durant disavowed the He said hes for JUST STARTING her career In Marilyn Monroe posed for this bathing suit SOPHISTICATED film star Marilyn Monroe modeled a gown designed specifically for her part in Some Like It Hot in She was found dead in bed at her suburban Los Angeles home Sunday at the age of Decline Deepens On Stock Market NEW 6 market declines deepened this reversing a slightly higher morning Activity was subdued as losses approached a full point among several key Volume for the clay wns esti mated at million shares can pared with million Small plus signs dominated the list at the opening but grad ually wcre transformed into mi nus A few companies experienced more decided moves in response to specific corporate if I can get space on an air Both men told a news confer ence in Smylies office they felt the interim appointment would help rather hurt Jordans chanc es in They pointed out that the expected Democratic Idaho Gracie also would have to remain in during this session of congress to tend to the interests of her Smylie said they had discussed the appointment with national leaders of the Republican party and were advised that congress was expected to adjourn some time between 15 and they the appointment would be helpful rather than harmful to the GOP Jordan said his goal ks a Unit ed States senator and as the par tys candidate for the shortterm in November would be to dis charge his duties in the senate and to help this entire ticket win in November The senate appointee said he felt the advantages of being in the senate while running for the office far outweigh the disad Among these advan tages he cited the good deal of prestige that goes with the title and the seniority that would ac Continued on Page Column 4 Church Says Gambling Not Senate Issue 6 tf Prank said today he has no intention of be coming involved in the gambling issue in his home despite the nomination by his party of a progambling candidate for gov Idaho Democrats chose as their gubernatorial nominee Vernon who advocates legalized gambling on a local op tion At their platform con the Idaho Democrats adopted a plank suggesting that the gambling issue be submitted to the next legislature for a de cision if Smith is Whether the next governor of Idaho will recommend to the legislature that the state law be amended to permit local option as Vernon Smith pro poses a question which must be settled by vote of the people themselves in the gubernatorial Church said in a state As for my own I shall seek reelection strictly on my own record and on those na tional issues which pertain to my duties as United States Ben Bella Starts Work With Milita 6 BenBella flew to Constantine today on a mission to bring some ofthe Willaya military district II forces in eastern Algeria into reliable sources He was accompanied by Souad el commander of the Willaya II forces who was arrested but later released dur ing the political crisis that end ed with the installation of the Ben Belladominated political bureau last Ben Bella was named in charge of interior coordination in the ruling political meaning he will have top respon sibility for internal administra Estes Ally Held On Texas Charge NEW 6 UPD Maynard president of Commercial Solvents corpora surrendered to police here today on an indictment charging hat he and Blllie Sol Estes con spired to violate Texas anti trust laws and to fix the price of commercial fertilizer in West The 62yearold head of the Terre fertilizer firm turned himself in at a station house in Manhattans Murray Hill section this morning and was aken to Manhattan felony court for He was booked as R fugitive from Potter Traffic Deaths Magic Valley Idaho state central committee at Pocatello to run for the remaining four years of the term of the late GOP Henry said he plans to return to Wash tonight Jamaica Celebrating Freedom as Nation 6 natives of this calypso isle celebrated today with Britains Prin cess Margaret and Vice President Lyndon John son as Jamaica became the western hemispheres new est At the stroke of midnight the Union Jack was lowered at Kingstons national signaling the end of 307 years of British The new green and black emblem of Jamaica went But as Idaho Demos Waiting for Candidates By the Associated Press Idaho Democrats awaited deci sions today from potential can didates succeed for the nomination Gracie Pfost representative from the first con gressional Ray Coeur has promised an announcement on his decision as to whether or not to seek the Lewistown attorney Leslie Mc Carthy has also indicated an in He was Pfosts op ponent in the 1960 Pfost is regarded as al most certain to be nominated by the Democratic state central committee 18 to oppose for mer Republican Len Jor If she the committee must also choose a nominee to run agaist Republican Erwin Schwei bert of Caldwell in the first dis Compton son of a former congressman has already announced for the West Demos Pushing for Added Seats 6 ocrats from 13 western states met here today to discuss ways and means of electing congress ional candidates more favorable to President Kennedys legis lative National chairman John Bailey told the delegates in a formal speech the President needs more votes to get his programs enacted by But much of the spotlight was stolen yesterday by a Democratic opponent of Kennedys communi cations satellite Wayne Morse of Morse told 170 persons who at tended a banquet on the first day of the threeday meeting that he opposed the bill because it was a to the fav ored the fruits of billions of dollars invested in the space pro gram by the He said he hoped congress would adjourn by the satellite bill still and return after the election to consider the Bailey told a news conference yesterday that he thought quick tax cut would help Demo cratic changes in the November Rains Put Halt To Forest Fires By United Press International Rain and cooler temperatures brought a halt to firefighting activities in forests of eastern Washington and northern Idaho over the A severe lightning storm pass ed over the Coeur dAlene na tional forest but accompanying heavy rains yesterday quickly doused any prospective stood in the massed bands played God Save the a remind er that the island remains a member of the British All lights were switched off as the last strains of the anthem The princess seemed to sense the feelings of her fellow coun When the massed bands began she arose and slowly moved over to her hus Lord who was standing on the platform several chairs She stared straight This is a national holiday and no work is being but Tues day the 50member parliament meets for the first time to begin the work of an Independent na who was accompanied here by his told cheering Jamaicans Sunday afternoon President Kenendy had sent him because of friendship which will grow and prosper with your in Earlier he an govern ment scnolarship fund had been set for Jamaican which will retain meinbeisnip In the BritisITcom long had a wide degree of except over international relations and de Now it will assume these Its government is headed by 6 foot2 Sir William Alexander a veteran of is land politics who became prime minister after an upset election victory last spring over his cous Norman Physician Is Asked to Talk About Drugs 6 The senate judiciary committee called Frances Kelsey for testimony on President Ken nedys proposed amendments to drug control Chairman James said today before the committee went into closed ses sion that he believed there would be no controversy over adding to the bill provisions to tighten reg ulations over such drugs as tha Kelsey is the food and drug administration medical officer who blocked marketing of a tranquilizer which some medical men blame for mal formation of infants in While never sold in the United thalidomide was distrib uted to doctors for pos sible experimental Kennedy sent to the committee 25 pages of proposed amendments to a measure sponsored by Estes Kennedy wrote Eastland ask among other that the government be given additional authority to remove unsafe or inefficient drugs from the mar PRESIDENT RETURNS HYANNIS 6 OR Kennedy flew back to Washington today after another vacation weekend with Kennedy who left today for a twoweek visit hi Idaho General Fund Budget May Exceed 100 Million 6 is in motion which will lead to establishment of an Idaho state general fund budget which some sources predict will exceed the 100 million dollar That would compare with million dollars for the current twoyear period and only million dollars in the last bl All Idaho departments and agencies now are preparing the inanciol requests that will go to the legislature which meets next But before the lawmakers see the spending proposals will get the scrutiny of the state bu reau of the the preleg Islatlve budget committee and the The deadline for submitting the requests to the budget bu reau is 11 just 10 days Budget Director Don and his staff then will have about a month to coordinate the requests and put them together for a total general fund The proposals go to the pre leglslative budget committee at a meeting probably late in Septem ber and that agency has until 20 to pass its recommenda tions on to the The governor must have his spending proposals in the hands of the lawmakers on the fifth legisla tive day of thek the financial re quests of various agencies and institutions are not Continutd on Column I ;