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   Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1955, Anderson, Indiana                                 THE ANDERSON HERALD  THE WEATHER  Cloudy with occasional snow flurries, colder today. High of 24. Yesterday’s range: 20 41. Partly cloudy, much colder Saturday.    _  I  if. VOL. St, NO. 141  ANDERSON, INDIANA, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9. 195S  PRICE 5 CENTS  Annexation Is Considered By City Council  One annexation ordinance! was passed through the first reading with a notation that amendments would probably be made before a special meeting later this month  TEMPO  Benton's Defense Casing The Load The Reds' Allies No Coexistence  AGRICULTURE SECRETARY Ezra Taft Benson .struck anew this week at New York’s Gov. Averil Harriman’s farm proposals by declaring that rigid price supports had ‘'failed utterly” in the changing postwar market. Benson said his department would  send a constructive” program  anc j  a  second measure to an- ,( !m k S  iI 1PXl monfh- H ®(nex territory to the city was  not presented at th. reheat were responsible for the food sur Councilman Earl Martin y plus problem. Such supports Pending further action on aLg^i “did not prevent declining farm the part of residents in- | prices and incomes as the sur- volved, by the City Council plus stocks began to build up.” during the December meet-He said flexible supports—backed ing last night by President Eisenhower — wore |  Tho fjrst ' „ rdjnanc< ,    ^  not enough to co rn hat the auf-  hrf „ l2ht Mnre thp c     „  jn   pluses, whieh. he said. were "sn  volvod th( ,  annrxatjnn  seriously d.stortmg and depress  mately acr( ,,  lo( . at( , d a | mg our markets.”  ♦ ♦ ♦  THE JUSTICE Department has drafted proposals, including some suggested new laws, to lighten the burden of President Eisenhower and future chief executives. The avalanche of tedious, time-consuming small chores handled by the President has been under review by legal experts for some time.  But the President’s Sept. 24 heart attack hastened the study.  Rome Republicans believe Mr.  Eisenhower would be more inclined to seek a second term if he could be freed of such tasks, leaving him free to concentrate on major domestic and foreign policy issues.  ♦ ♦ ♦  SEN. JOSEPH  Dulles Urges For Strength In Alliances And Defense  the south side of Ind. 32. bordered on the east by Raible Ave., and extending west for U mile.  Councilmen q u e s t i o n e d the action since the 9 1 2 acres was only a portion of a 43-acre tract of land in that area owned by James and J. Ward Starr, on whose behalf the ordinance was presented.  The Council argued that the entire 43 acres should be annexed instead of a small portion.  Following lengthy discussion of | the problem by John M. Rock, JI ' who represented the Starr inter- fgL ests and Councilman Frank Allis and Hadley Reed, the measure  s  was spread through the first reading. however, Council members indicated the possibility of an amendment to the ordinance to  SKN. JOSEPH R McCarthy l nol, J ,,< ‘  ,h,> fn,ire tra , ct b<,fore  R.. Wis., assailed thp Ford Foun-i T “HE .t* k f n  V, * dation's Fund f.,r tho Republic X™!    *    .sot for  r,!mmT,^ | aS nr  V1C J 0US j ntianli 'l  Mr -  Roclt and J -  Ward S,arr .  . ■    ,  [l  P a  fi  a  n d a mu-  wdfl a ttendod thp meeting, were  eh,ne. Hts blast against the Fund  m f„rn,ed the ordinance would be came in a (hicagn speech, in considered further at that time. which he said American Com-; Another annexation ordinance monists were becoming increas involving territory between ingly optimistic about their future Nursery Rd. and Ind. 109 by pass prospects because of efforts “to and 3rd and 10th Sis., was not reduce awareness of the Com- presented to the group at the re-munist menace.” to destroy the quest of Dr. Martin, who asked government security program that petitions be circulated in that and to create “public hysteria’ -  area to determine the feelings of against anti communist meas the 150 families affected, ures. The heaviest blows in this Dr. Martin told the Council he Pl*..* Turn to Png* u. Column 7 had contacted about 12 families  and the measure had been opposed in all but one or two  28 FEARED DEAD IN EXPLOSION - Rescuers carry an injured occupant from the ruins of a new five-story apartment ho use in Frankfort, Germany, after the building collapsed following a predawn explosion. Police believe 25 to 28 persons were kil'ed. Seven persons were hospitalized. A gas leak or oil burner explosion was believed responsible for the blast. U.S. soldiers were rushed to the scene to aid police in search for victims. (NEA Telephoto)    _  Britain Says Russia Junked 'Geneva Spirit'  LONDON (UP) — Great Britain -beiteves-1Hat Russia has junked the “Geneva spirit” and jumped off with new cockiness on round two of the cold war.  ""he view' here is that a long East-West diplomatic stalemate is therefore in prospect. During the stalemate, in the British view . the chief preserver of peace will be the hydrogen bomb.  Stepped up Soviet aggression by “nibbling” is expected.  The British view is shared by qualified Western diplomats who are experts on Soviet policy. One of these, asked if the cold war was returning, said:  “We are already in it.”  In the British view, there arc three main reasons for the Russian return to a policy of toughness.  I. The Russians at the Geneva “sutnmit” conference last summer lost all uncertainty as to whether the United States might start a preventive war. They are convinced now that the United States will use the H-bomb only in self defense. This has emboldened the Kremlin to discard caution and nibble with new confidence. The  Extended Store Hours To Increase Yule Rush  first bite was taken in the Middle East when Russia arranged for Czechoslovakia to send weapons to j Egypt.  2. The friendly instead of tough approach to the West did not work lout well internally for the Soviets.  (The brief interval during which (capitalists were referred to as nice I ER, went so  Asserts Western Nations Could Use Unity To Give Oppressed Nations Help  CHICAGO WI—Secretary of State Dulles said Thursday night Western countries must bolster their alliance! J and maintain “selective retaliatory power” in order to | meet Russia’s new challenge to their security.  “Our capacity to retaliate must be, and is, massive in order to deter all forms of aggression,” Dulles said. “But if we have to use that capacity, such use would be selective and adapted to the occasion.”  Dulles spoke out in a major foreign policy address prepared for delivery before the Illinois Manufacturers Assn.  He predicted that Western Euro-  whole thing may be a "hoax." |£“  natio "»'  b X speeding up their  TL     ,, *    Ll     dnve  toward unity and greater  (   The 17-year-otd high school  prosper j ty>  eventually would in- ll H    \/ A     I  junior was nude, badly burned ; crease pressure on Russia to loosen AT NOvy | |J||i and hod a nine-foot tree limb its grip on its satellite states.    11 wit I WI ll  chained to his body when he | “This (unity) may speed the     Rv  james DEVLIN  appeared in early evening at day,” the secretary said, ‘‘when MTW VORK -  j -Ti _ Adin!  o suburban hospital. He told Soviet rulers will come to realize g t ‘    accused some of  j.    ko-n    lr irlnnned     that to hn,d  these European  na .^ enson accuser! some ox  police he hod been kidnaped     jn su5 j ugation invo]ves an ob . President Eisenhower s lieu.  en route to school in the  morn - solete reactionary practice, entail-tenants Thursday of “play*  ing by three teen-agers, who mg costs, moral and material, faring ugly politics of group  ofter driving him around all outweighing the seeming advan-  rn nflict and hatred ”  day then tortured him. (NEA tages ”    j C     “  vhom h ,  allud «,  in .  Telephoto)     1  Dulles advised that we need not eluded two Cabinet members-—  ..._----become panicky” because Russia's Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft  m I    J    ll    a     ru * ers  ^ ave  lunched a major cam- Benson and Interior Secretary  SdlVQQGd Multijet ? aig ?  0f  ? romises of aid to under - Douglas McKay.  PUZZLER — Cleveland police colled the kidnap, torture story told by Earl Fryman, Jr., above, "fantastic" and believe the  Adlai Swings Hard On GOP  developed areas in the world. j “J* this. indeed, an attempt to Free Asiatic leaders, he said,    stir up class conflict?” the an-  will not be “easily duped by false    nounced candidate for the Demo-  ,............ ..    .    ‘    n    cratic    presidential nomination  tT.    "7  wU1     asked the AFLCIO convention,  i they disregard the danger of com-    „ No ejection ,  no office u worth   , n  ism.    such    a    price.”  p \ ti tyk vt    \‘AV AI AIR CFN-  Pe added  that Congress will "pa-    Stevenson told heartily cheering  f2 T \u^ccamuitiM     res P°" d ”    *PP™pri-    delegates    and    visitors:  .    .    ■    ations for “as much money for this    “Today McCarthyism is out of  similar  May Reveal Grim Crash Facts  ELTON C. FAY  History Making Sessions End  NEW YORK d'Pi — The A FLOR) adjourned its historic merger convention Thursday after adopting a strong resolution calling for an expanded political action program and accusing “a small but powerful core of reactionary business g-oups” of fighting labor progress  people went so well with tho f. 11 /. . '     0 ,    chesapeake Bay may P ur P ose as we think can  usefully  sty ie. But I wonder if a  {masses, especially in the satellite J JI*  b 7° t u!,    new    multi- be spent ’’  to continue  America’s hate campaign is in the making  'countries, that fears arose in the    I J    ,    historic    program of aid to less de- around distorted images of ’goons’  The first full weekend of the volume is anticipated within the Jhimii 11  ? a tastT    'pieces"'in the air Wednesday.    vol oped lands.    and    ‘power-hungry    labot    bosses.*  homes     (     ____  Wahn Dean, Anderson Town shopping for residents of the An- next few days. ship assessor, a resident of the derson area today and tomorrow, I actory payrolls here, area included in the Fairwood will afford extra ^hopping hours are at a (luffs Conservancy District, at most stores I  ...    Dulles    did    not    predict    how    much    two    ugly    phrases    we    hear    almost  Diver*    amt  sl ^ace searcher*     Conf , re „  wouW  ^  asked  , # provldp    dajI ,,..  3.    The Soviets may have thought    I™ 0 ?    ? n !, ! . vvhirh with     lor this  P ur P° se *  but  be said the    Stevenson, speaking in his usual  affiliated"with the peeled to bixost the holiday    J»u>*.4hc    Western Allies - were going: 8   EisenhdWer administration would    polished manner with occasional  v.hirh wa. established to oWain Andcnon Ret.d Associstion Sat- ins 'n near record proportions. jU-—h- - j^^Tilse^w's •*  rm " in ‘’  ni?ht  benefits of the city sewer system, urday mgnr.  Stores will remain open until  Pl**** Turn to Pig* ll. Column I  Safety Board Is Named By  8 p m. both tonight and tomorrow night. Additional hours have aKo been planned for next Wednesday  when stores will remain open    I    • I  until 5 p m. instead of closing at For Camel Bride  develop a which  T bat had to stop, record peak, are ex-  n ratm n juhl-s mc ex c multi*;    .    .    »vn1nHe>rl    durino    rjisemiuw    t-t    aum  irough a bad period, especially     g |“seek    somewhat    more    flexibility    quips that drew laughter, won  Pl**** Turn to Pag* It. Column 4    Pl****    Turn    to    Pag*    ll.    Column    3  illness.  Signs of Russia’s altered policy are seen as including the revived technique of diplomacy by accusa-  Alligator Helps Collect Dowry  One body. attached to a para chute which had been opened by)  the force of the explosion, was found. It was identified as that of  the usual noon hour.  Heavy Yule shopping activity    MIAMI, Fla. UM—Junior the alii- ers  disbanded a day ahead of    schedule.    IVIUYOr~Clt?CT    was reported throughout the buri-    g a t or was  chased from his pool by  also adopted resolutions    involving    ness district yesterday, and mer-    rising water Thursday because he  such diverse subjects as organizing    Announcement    or    the appoint-  cbants are  making preparations     was  trying to help reoil, tile love-  the unorganized, atomic energy. ^ , n 01 a , 0  .    [' r     for a rush in the downtown area  s | c k camel, get a bride,  veterans, education, support of ‘.f - v  IP, * yesterday by  today and  tomorrow.    Junior,    a    bachelor himself but a  riion, the new challenge to the ! four-power status of the Russian halting of the re  James Hentsche! of Baltimore, a  patriation of German war prison-  Berlin arui testing engineer for the Glenn L.t Martin Co. Divers hunted for the other three men listed, at least for  {Angered Benson Attacks Would Be Political Chiefs  striking ' unions, farmer - labor     / , , . : " lp i'     1!t ,  Fer * UMn - The entire city police force n-ill contented one. found his pool  unity, flood insurance and electoral I,..............  reforms.  The new board will also attame •* “ ^     8     P     m     .    r^lyfimns^th    water.    He    usual-  “I assure >x>u they will not bt quack remedies,” he said.  the time, as missing.  Two of the missing men were    „    .    , ., „    ...    .    ...  also test expert* «l 'the Martin, WASHINGTON HT) -    Agneul-    He said he    would present    specific  company, which built the first of 'ure Secretary Ezra T.    Benson    proposals to    solve farm problem*  v. hat Navy officials have said’Thursday night lashed out at to Congress next month. would be a number of 600-mile-per- “would be political leaders . .who uiour seaplanes.    [apparently    think it is smart poh-  i Two Sea Masters have been com  f0  capitalize on agriculture s    ♦    —  pleted, but only one had flown so troubles.”    Pmlf Ai    I fill Ilf TI  far. For more than 50 hours, the* While he named no names, his    I Ullvv    hUlfllvll  to had to clamber out to keep from  Th( *    shipment of 1956 auto    swift plane had gone through remarks were directed at recent ..    i* f  x    n j n „  l *    license    plates have been received    Hight tests—high speed, slow pass criticism  0 f the administration's)Hq||QQY SQjPjy  dentin, nom,na,ion. J Addington    ties    ^ warned resident* of the The zn', keeper found the pipes Xmbe"^" oMhfaub, "wedSelv i.'^s c^isi'ng Sc     1     '  national conrn-ndcr^nf Clarence^Bmch. Burns. Dem. «« «£« ^mcters^ro thn, dra^ pool were clogged ,^  brtnch  „ f(icp a(  „  w :n an fas> . J railhl and  ,. v .f n^hC ventn and other D^rattc pre,,I  ... .its duties on that date. Earlier the convention had heard Named to the board were  to facilitate the expected heavy Iv rests on the bottom with just John  vehi<,le and  Pfderirian flow in the his snout above the water, but he  Auto License Tags Received  speeches by Adlai E. Stevenson,  A Kun{z  j> mocra t chairman  bus ‘ nes s district, according to had candidate for the Democratic presi-  Carj Moss  Democrat and Carl  rhief D    polK>e    authori '     drms   .1 _ _ A. I I ^    I    \    /1 ,4 I r\ rft AFI    . .    __ ...    4>ak,. ntn.i •• nwnn/I OAOlriAnt* nf tVlA    TI.  Wagner, the American Legion,  and  • « Program Here  Eleanor Roosevelt    The    board    will    be    in    charge    of     ,hat     the    storey    are    open    and    on    Cecil    is    the    only    camel    in    the    numerals    and    lettering    on    a    dark    -moke,    a*    heavv’e'xpiosion    and’poV-    ‘“'i'v.w.ktw,l A program to promote traffic  8th St. The new plates with gold There was a big bunt of black idential contenders.  The political action resolution, activities of the Fire and Police °t b(>r d W "hen they remain f ran( i on  p ar k Zoo and he gets blue background will go sale ^n^of” th^^lane^^Togeth^ with r  8     oLJijS,    during    the    holiday    season  which received the convention s  departments .    open    beyond    normal    closing     migh(v lonestime H e paw. the Tan ^    To^ narachutes drop^ into the 0 ^.  AS fI. lh     lai ”«’ lled     J'^'erday    by    ^nder-  ununimou* appmal. did m«|  M r._ Ho**, residing at 2119    hours    ground, bites hi* knee*, pace* up    A total    of 23.nou passenger    rsr    p a y     a t    the mouth of the Potomac (^.“referred to" as ' our number     r, ‘ , " 3r,n '“ nf   identify the business    groups which    j, airV iew St., is a retired mem-'    Retailers report Christmas buy-    and down and in general    exhibits    plates in    the FE. FC and    FL    River.  it said were fighting    labors efforts    ber of the Fire Department. He    ing here has    been the heaviest in    all the characterist s. zoo    officials    series have been ordered for    the    —    ♦  was on the department for 26 l a    recent years,    and an even heavier    say, of a camel that wants    a wife    Anderson    area.  to better itself.  The resolution also attacked the  years, served as a captain for  Taft-Hartley Jaw anti state right  some  time and later was assist- /% A IX J*    I 1  i  wh!ch ^pr^hibit  ant c hief for 13 years prior toj|«|lU I  But the zoo couldn't afford to Mr. Chambers said persons who  3 Employes Badly  to work” laws  union shops, labelling them a retirement eight years ago.! dagger at the throat of American ]yj r  Moss has been a resident of trade unions.”    Anderson    for    50    years    and    until  The resolution said there was  recen ti y  operated a service sta-need for “a continuing and expand- {jon at nth and Jackson Sts. ing non - partisan program of    Meiser, Republican mem-|  political education designed to;  ber of tho  | |0ardt  resides at 220fi  buy another camel. The Miami have reserved special numbers    BldSt  List Expenses  one” farm problem.  Declaring the nation is at a '‘crossroads in farm policy,” (Jensen said:  “Either we will build soundly in a manner that leaves essential freedom to the farmer or we will  Herald    started an official drive to    must file their application along  collect    funds It designed the of-    with the fee and their personal    p AI%Ar # A J    Imnrnvorl  ficial treasurer.    property tax receipts or clear-    H“pvr¥cll    ImpiUVcu  Visitor, pitch coins into the a1-  a nce prior to Dec. 28.    Three    workmen,    burned    severely    tragic    other    road    to    a    soc    lai-  ligator's pool—so many that they To facilitate distribution of when a furnace burst at National * zed  agriculture, filled up the drain pipe and chased plates, sub-centers are being Gypsum Company in Alexandria ‘* e sald  surpluses hang as a .    Junior    out of his bed. The zoo    planned in several sections of An-    Wednesday afternoon, w'ere    in  dark     cloud    ever    our    markets,    Doth  ,    , ...    —.    ~— -------   Final    reports on campaign ex- keeper    found $:!2.47 when he    derson for passenger car plates    “fair condition    and improving”    at    !’ ome    and     abroad.    They    actually  protect and secure the legitimate, Nichol Ave He is a sales repre . penses by individual candidates in cleaned out the pipe.    only. Mr. Chambers also said St. John’s Hospital.     are d ®stroying markets and de-  economic^and political aspirations     sen t a j ve 0 f the Greer Steel    Co .J    th* Nov. 8 municipsal election w'ere  And  that brought the grand total 1  extra help    had been arranged for    The report came from a spokes- pressing the prices currently    re-  of labor.     and  has been connected with    that    filed yesterday^ at the office of ; n  the dowry to $1,236 49, raising    the Jan. 3    opening    of the license    man at the hospital where the    men ceived by farmers.’  It rem firmed labor s traditional    industry for 27 years. He came to     ( oun ^y Clerk Joseph H. Arming- o c i]' s  hopes that he may get a    plate sale.    were taken after a furnace    used The farmer, he said,    won t be ou  alliances with any other group and     An de rs0 n with the Greer    firm     ,on -    wife for a Christmas present. It    The 1956    license    tags will also    for wool processing exploded    and of serious difficulties    unless    and  of    supporting    worthy    candidates    f rom  D 0Vert     Del., 19    years ago.    The reports w'ere filed by eight is estimated a female camel    will     g0 0 n sale Jan. 3 at Elwood, Pen-    spewed out steam and hot slag,    until the surplus    accumulations can,  regardless    of    their    affiliation.    j    Mr.    Meiser    is    a trustee    of the    Republican candidates for offices cost from $1,500 to $2,000.    dleton, Alexandria and Summit- The blast occurred    when a jacket    bewrought under control.”  .in Anderson.    •    —-     v ju e   Noland C. Wright. GOP candidate Pl-AIN FORGETFUL    Managers    in    charge    at    other._______  defatted for re-election; listed ex-! C LAIRFIELD, lenn.    (UP)    ~     cen ters include Dorothy Price, El- The victims are    Seib Gregory*    parity for the    accumulation  penses of $1,078.04. which included Farmer Hubert Osborne,    50.    was     wood .  M rs William Miller Alex-    and James Runyan,    both of Alex-    $7,700,000,000 in    surplus products,  «    »U    n A     nr&n amHI for nilllf nmv r\/xl uKa    *     k *    *    ’  Good Morning  Pl**** Turn lo P*g* ll. Column I  Youth  Auto  Start The Day With A Chuckle  f  .    ^  ^ Wreck Near City  TALLAHASEE, Fla. (UP>-Florida *State l^nlversity officials Larry Knight, 18, Frankton,  a $605 contribution to the city Re-prepared for military police who  andria .’ Robert Hasty Summit- andria, and Oscar Jackson, El-£5 per cent of which are made up publican committee.    might    come seeking him for  ab  vjue and Charles Kinnard Pen- wood, All suffered    first, second, of the basic crops of wheat, cotton.  Reports of other candidates fol- legedly going AWOL 13 years ago.  d » p . ’    ‘    ^and third degree burns.    corn,    rice,    peanuts,    and    tobacco.  Mow:    Police    said    Osborne    dug a tunnel  Robert Austin, for city court from his house to a barn. When say it is    all right for    men stu-    passenger, in a car driven by Ver-    judge, $400; Mark Green, for city the MPs did show up, however,  dents to    keep coeds    out after    nie D. Hendricks, Rt. J, Frankton,    councilman, none; Frapk H. Allis. Osborne forgot about his escape  midnight — but it will cost a suffered a possible fractured jaw; for city councilman, none; Frank route and ran for the barn. clutch-penny a    minute for    each 60    lacerations of the face and bruises,    Fishback, for city councilman. $65; ing a bag of bran which spilled a  seconds after the witching hour,    in a auto accident four miles    Hadley Reed, for city councilman, tell-tale trail from a hole rn the  The fines    are    levied    as    part    i northwest of    Anderson on the Moss    $22    90;    Fairy Stanley,    for    city bot tom.  of a drive    to    raise    scholarship    Island Road    about 6 o’clock last    clerk;    $325,    and C.    DeVar    Litten,    Tie    is now awaiting court-martial  evening.    for city councilman. $69.10,  ( on the AWOL charge.  Knight was taken to St. John’s Hospital by    a passing motorist.  According to    Deputy Sheriffs How-  ard Gilmore    and Robert Welkins,  funds.  The Life Of A Farmer  is a mighty pleasant way of life . . . particularly now that machinery has supplanted much of the manual labor necessary years ago. One of our readers recently advertised an Allis-Chalmers tractor, with disc, mower, plow and carry all.  “Good response . . . could have- sold more of them,” reported the advertiser.  bulletin-herald  WANT ADS  DIAL 3-5371  Madison County’s Marketplace  Nationalist China Requests U.N.  son Police Department officials.  Police Chief J. D. Coen said the campaign would include the stationing of extra patrolmen to the downtown area to handle crowds of shoppers and heavy traffic as w r ell as the distribution of several thousands bumper stickers bearing the legend. “Ft>r Holiday Safety — Make That ’One for    The Road*  Coffee.”  Chief Ooen said the stickers would be placed on all city-owned vehicles as well as distributed for  Pl**** Turn to Pag* ll. Column 3    ,------------  Expect Snow Today r  Weatherman Says  s , • .    .    ____ INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Below-  inside the cupola of the furnace Benson    blamed high gouunmen.;    freezing temperatures    and snow  price    supports    at    90    per    cent    of     flurries *  are predicted    for central    0     and northern Indiana    Friday on  the heels of a "mild”    front which  sent the mercury into the high  40’s.  The weatherman said highs Friday were expected to range from 25 upstate to 28 in the extreme southern portion, following overnight lows of about 18.  The outlook for Saturday waf partly cloudy, continued cold wjtii a chance of snow flurries mostly in the northern portion,  Indianapolis reported a reading of 48 before the mercury started skidding Thursday.  who    investigated    the    wreck,    the    /D N J All    Dhppimm    CmIaIIiIa#  Hendricks    car    collided    with    anoth    I 0    DQF All    KUSSKM    MlTGIIlTGS  S r  Ka!    IS    .j;™    NATIONS. N.Y. 'UP'—land Nepal from a list previously  tained extensive property damage. ,  a f i  lor ] al ‘, ,. ina ca  ..  l bes ponsored by  t be  Western powers. ----- r     United    Nations    Security    Council    ^    .    nj  Thursday to bar all Soviet sale!-  Flnland and Ne,,al ree0 * mze Red   lites proposed for membership in China and therefore were as ob-  the U.N. under a compromise plan, jectionable to Nationalist China as  It suggested in resolutions sub- the 5 Soviet satellites under con-  mitted to the council that 13 non- sideration.  Communist candidate nations bel Finland and Nepal are backed by  admitted but that 5 Communist the Western nations in a “package  countries be excluded.    The pro-deal”    which Thursday    received  posal    would torpedo the    assembly- overwhelming support from    the  approved plan to admit 18 coun- General Assembly.  tries.    i    The    West    has    backed Finland,  SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS  ital HBI ,.———-____________  The council will meet Saturday Nepal, Portugal, Italy, Austria. NAVY JET BURNS AFTER CRASH—Wreckage of a Navy twin-engine Banshee fighter burns after  to consider the membership issue. Spain, Laos, Cambodia, Libya, Jar-  cras f,; nq  ; n  fashionable Windsor Farms residential section of Richmond, Va. Firemen attempt to  The Chinese proposal also put up dan, Ireland. 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