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   Daily Mail, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1960, Hagerstown, Maryland                             JttaiL Weather Fiirtwiifht ihMrari tomorrow continued mild VOL CXXXII No 87 Publlthwl tollr txcpt Sunday by HM Mall PublliHInf Intend clau at IM HAGERSTOWN MD TUESDAY APRIL 12 1960 Dtily MUM Nwi I AM and PM WJIJ SINGLE COPIES 5 CENTS PreSummit Talks Opening Today Youth In Barricaded Home Threatening Girl Hostage Gun Blasts Holding Off Police Army Sends Out Note Attached To Arrow PULASKI Va April 12 AP A young husband barricaded in a brick bun galow for 17 hours opened fire at police and newsmen today He threatened harm to his 10yearold sisterin law held hostage Jack Jennings 19 fired several shotgun which pinned two photographers behind a and later sent out a note attached to an arrow It demanded a con ference How would all you all like it ill a 10yearold girl got raped the note read I dont think you would like it so leis get some body out there to talk to me fast The note was signed Jackie Jennings broke away from po lice taking him to jail Monday Ike Plans Day Visit To Korea Industrial Foundation Organized Will Stop Off On Flight To Russia A Hagerstown and Washington County Industrial Foundation Inc has been organized with the objective of aiding new in dustries to locate in the county The officers are President William Preston Lane Jr vicepresident James H Car michael secretary Richard Grumbacher treasurer EUs worth Roulette President Attorney David Byron has been named chairman of the hat 8JTE S 1 campaign AUGUSTA Ga CAP lEisenhower today added a one visit to Korea to the itinerary Of his June trip to Japan Eisenhower will re S go back to Japan and finish out his visit there June 23 An announcement at the tem porary White House said this The White House announced to iisy that the Presidents visit to Japan on the occasion of the Jap aneseAmerican Centennial wouldj itake place June 1923 While in Tokyo the President will have conversations with Prime Minis ter Kishi and his associates Castro Not To Return Two Fliers Rejects US Plea For Surrender Of Pair By GEOFFREY GOULD WASHINGTON i APi Fidel Castros Cuban government has Bulletins Peace Road Rough One Document Seen Move To Curb Excessive Hope WASHINGTON April 12 Rains Delay Farm Chores In Maryland The State Department disclos raising jng this Monday announced also its own rejection o three Cuban protests on other matters At the time the two fliers were arrested Cuba said they were trying to spirit out of the country a former agent of exPresident Batista who was de MIAMI Fla Cubana Airlines flight crew brought their airplane to Miami on a regular run today then asked for political asylum The three crew members joined by one passenger said the Cuban government was in filtrated by communism and they wanted no part of it Fifteen other 11 aliens and four US citi unaware of the drama in the making during the HavanaMiami flight WASHINGTON April 12 Allied Foreign Min Unemployment jumped listers start a round of pre p Art A summit talks today with a blunt reminder that East jWest leaders cant hope to settle their bitter disputes at a single conference The road to peace is a long and hard one and no one can now say when the goal will be reached the State Department said in publishing a book of back declined by 253000 The Labor Department re porting these figures today blamed the darkened job pic ture almost entirely on heavy snows and generally bad weather in March It predict ed a sharp rebound in April Employment dropped from 64520000 in February to 44 Holed Up With Hostage Jack Jennings 19 peers through a broken window from a cSSrt the home where he is holed up holding a sisterinaw as ho jposed by Castros revolution 267000 in March Normally lS authorities later said theyi employment increases during obtained a statement frorr one ot March by about 450000 COLLEGE PARK Md AP tnc American fliers William J Farm chores in Maryland 14 that Castros re The President will also make a Delaware continued to Sag far flfch emf brief visit to the Republic ot hohind schedule because of he Uniled Slatcs XI rea June 22 in response to a longVains last week the Marvlandj standing personal invitation Crop Reporting Service s h T i President Rhee with whom he will iaid todav heightened Washington suspicions Jon this score Cuba said Schcr In its weekly crop report the 5aes and Howard Rundquist 331 T D Ittrvice said soils over the twoare subjcc to Cuban court action The President today eased off state area were genera y awnst Cuba the pressure of official duties oni0 very wet except in a aga St C County Diverts Federal Funds To City Delays Appeal Board southerly locations of unauthorized use of a car He tage The home belongs to his fatherinlaw Jennings shat have an opportunity to discuss forced Barbara Butts his sisterj tered the window with a shotgun blast and photographer Bill matters of common interest inlaw to accompany him and Akers of Pulaski Va Southwest Times took the picture at took refuge in the house the resij preat dence of C W Butts his fatherjhis golfing vacation l 1 T J I f J Eisenhower was in Korea im Only about 10 per cent of corn Dlverts Federal A small army of police sur rounded the home Except for occasional shouted invectives the night hours passed quietly Then at am Jenj The Board of County Commisiproved by the Mayor and fv rings fired two oday look action to 3lcjl thc money have rel lne without any specific targetmtoiow the Cilv of Hagerstown to h s R d c lour 01 l vacant lot across the street iusc the countvs unused federal lclkri to the State Jme 10 The United States had wanted and Coun to investigate Schergales and Commissioners to discuss round documents The series of meetings opens this afternoon with a strategy jsession bringing together Secre tary of State Christian A Herter British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and French Foreign Min ister Maurice Couve de Murville The three Allied foreign policy chiefs meeting in an atmosphere of lowkey optimism were report ed confident they could draft com bined proposals their government i chiefs will lay before Soviet Pre and Board of Nijlu Khrusilehcv al ncxt lpy Qff eY VII A join Of the Mayor on at that time years ago when heavy winter American troops still are stasnows and spring rains also de three dch tioned there The White House layed farm work But last year atto Cuba a Cuban protest Said the chief executive plannedthis time planting of corn a new US dampdown on tllnm nn t ll i c nnvt frir half Hnyio S3e Ot neilCOpICrS 10 LUOrt IU mvlisllydLC tcul3 ty COIHImSSlOOt S IU UlSVUSa j mfjpths P Rundquist for possible violation of policies with respect to thc city American laws in making water lines outside the secret flight jcjjv limits for the benefit of jabout half done The President will fly to Japan j On the Eastern Shore planting green peas for canning and ifreezing was more than 75 per policy ws P0 doseh The announcement of expansioncent complete at the end of last County Commissioner L e mlof the schedule to take in week although total planting may irk pointed out that the had been expectedwas less than anticipated Aofhina in arranOoblt of offlclal I NorthCentral Maryland vir A few minutes later he spottedajd roat funds crowed behind a tree Board ih ni rrnm at a ra crossmf ncar ment and actually stands to Ula and reduced the because tnej i i u i jassessment on the Boonsboro Pellets from a shot spattered i resolution requires the Mayor I around a tree forcingthemen to Commjssioners Council to allocate any un hug the ground As Jennings re loaded the two broke to safety morning again delayed the app used federal aid funds to the Tfter he fired the arrow andi pointment of members to an As the poking lot of a servsessment Appeal Board Roads Supervort u g e n e ice station across the street Jen There were indications that ifry said the eount has pr o nings fired three more times The telephone company discon nected the phone to the Butts home after Jennings had talked during the night to newsmen from throughout the country At that time he said little Bar bara was just fine Shes asleep now He was asked what he thought the escapade would gain him A couple of dead cops I just dont like them Theyre always on my back about something He had been charged with un authorized use of his fatherin laws car Minor Damage From Two Fires This Morning the threeman board is named wU bbvth to vote in funds with Commissioner John Easter day voting no and Commissioner Harry Snook abstaining Easterday proximately in federal funds which must be pro to naming of an Appeal Board to the grammed by June 30 of this hear assessment protests appeal cases Last week the Board was unable to agree on the member ship despite the fact that there the State Roads Commission is authorized to turn it over to the city for road and street use Heretofore all unused federal have been few applications for thelfunds available to the county posts which pay per day reverted to the State Roads The County CommissionersjCommission which could spend agreed todayto allow the money wherever it saw fit of Hagerstown to have the unj Last fall the City of Hagers used portion of any federal aidtown asked the County Commis Expected For Opening Games BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Vice President Nixon will be on hand in San Francisco today to ground by the weekend Seeding of spring oats has been confined mainly to the Eastern Shore and the southern counties About 10 per cent of the tobacco beds remain to be planted all Caribbean quests It said arms Continued on Page 2 Col 4 Castro Claims Rebel Forces Bottled Up limits for the benefit prospective industries has been called off Thc meeting had been sched uled this afternoon at the Coun ty Board offices and was called all this morning of warmer weather should bring peaches into full bloom on the Eastern Shore late this week and west of Chesapeake Bay later next week On lighter soils some farmers help the National League openwere able to get some spring oats the 1960 baseball season in the potatoes peas and other early The crop service said a period band led by a former Castro oflines months Paris summit meeting German Foreign Minister on Brentano joins them Wednesday and the Italian and Canadian foreign ministers will be brought into the disarmament dis cussion later In a deliberate nfcve to curb excessive hope the State Derart rel The County Commissioners in mcnl published a bulky document coo ration with the Economic recalinS the Ife summit Development Commission at GcnCVa fallcd to brcak wanted to discuss the citys polj icy on laying of water lines out side the city Several industrial prospects are in need of water lines out side the city limits The big question to be settled between the County Board and the City Council is responsibility for pay An insurgent ment of the costs of laying the Giants new 15milliondollar Can dlestick Park The American League still playing exhibition games in Flor ida will not begin its season un til next week A sellout crowd of over 42000 is expected to watch the vice president baseball Commissioner for roads funds that are allosioners to authorize the turning pord Frick National League 1 tk OVCT ot a amount of the President Cronin highlight the cated to the county The resolution money to the unanimously by the Board will icily The Board refused to do probably result in the city get1 this The city then countered ting approximately 5125000 in j with a proposal that a resolu funds this year Without thetion be passed to allow the city Two fires occurred in the city resolution which must be apl Continued on Page 2 Col 1 this morning but no serious j damage was reported to have resulted from either Tie first at am was in a dwelling at 231 North Jona than Street Damage was coni The Potomac Edison plants at Fly ash is now used extensive fined to the frame section in theWilliamsport and elsewhere are Iy in road construction dams lincu 11 inv umiiv v iirnma i mamr niiiKniino mm Ui iii festivities The Giants 1959 21game win ner Sam Jones will oppose the St Turns Of Fly Ash into Useful Product rear of the building The asset turning a major nuisance into a erty was vacant firemen re ported The cause of the fire could not be determined imme diately The second blaze which oc curred shortly after 11 oclock was in the foundry of the Pang born Corporation plant Em ployees of tiic company had the flames extinguished before fire men arrived at the scene In the production of electri city the power stations at Wil iamsport Rivcrton Cumber land and Albright burn enor mous amounts of pulverized coal The instantaneous burning of this powdered coal in the boilers leaves a fine dust or Showers Likely Late Tomorrow There are no showers in sight before late tomorrow with some scaltered showers on Thursday too Ill the meantime the weather will continue balmy with no temperatures tven near iui in MRht Yesterday Hie mer cury reached 61 here and did not jjol lower than 50 during the night Tonights minimum will likely be in the low 40s ash which is carried along in I 41 11U11 VII Ull tUMWlclt he stream of gasses leaving the frcc jme from hp concrete blocks septic tanks burial vaults and slabs Several local firms now buy fly ash from the Potomac Edison com pany according to a company representative By adding fly ash to concrete and asphalt mixtures strength panri workability are improved iand costs are lowered The ac on of water on concrete re Cardinals and righthander arry Jackson The defending world champion os Angeles Dodgers open tonight n the mammoth Los Angeles Col seum with a crowd of 50000 ex ected io watch Don Drysdale itch against the Chicago Cubs Dob Anderson In Milwaukee lefthander War ren Spahn goes for the Milwaukee Jraves against the Pittsburgh Pi Bob Friend A crowd of 43 000 is anticipated The Cincinnati Reds with an expected sellout of 31000 watch ng stage heir traditional home opener against Philadelphia with furnace Mechanical and elcctroastatic i ment Fly ash combines with precipitators collect most of this system excluding the Albright unit produce roughly 40000 tons of fly ash per year and storing been this lime Fly ash blends act uallv grow stronger while stftn fly ash ami tticn begins a major t d ul headache for Potomac Edison R m f In round figures the power u plants of the Potomac Edison Fly ash concrete or asphalt is also more fluid and plastic and heller than standard mixtures and disposing of this ash Proponents claim and mix real problem to as irr lnor1 r1 isislant to sea water and sul Forlunalely for Potomac Edi and to caused by son utility and bituminous and thawing companies across lhe country The Potomac Edison Company have found Hint this ash can he tins iisefl fly ash for repairs to used as a lowcost building Newport Dam and Dam No riitivs 5 and for construction work vegetables into the ground But for the most part activity was limited to spreading manure top dressing winter grains pastures and hay crops and applying dor mant sprays in fruit orchards The winter weather took a light er toll than usual on fallsown grains and although plant devel opment was behind schedule these crops were expected to show rapid growth during the next few weeks Rye was providing pas ture in the southern counties and Continued On Page 2 Col 2 tangle of proposals and counter proposals that led to the decision to have the Big Four leaders try again in Paris May 16 With an eye on this second con ference the State Department said in a summary IJ would be unrealistic to expect that these rave issues can be resolved at jun 1VU UJ f Jt dL ficer was reported bottled up in I Hie City of Hagerstown hasjone headsofgovernment conter the Sierra Maestra Mountains more or less mtormal policy1 eastern Cuba today but the govof not bearing the cost of laying ernmenl refused to talk about it water lines outside the city hm Unconfirmed reports said troopsjits The city in the past has ac and militiamen in Oriente provcepted water lines that have ince were moving in on an en circled group of about 40 guer been laid according to city spec ifications ence Despite the obstacles howewr it pledged the United States would persevere in its drive to find area of agreement with the Communist rillas led by Manuel Beaton County Commissioner sa former captain in Fidel Castros bers said today that they realize jn the doser revolutionary forces it was from the water line issue has to be these mountains that Castro solved because most building bloc It foresaw an important tan gain toward such a contacts launched his revolution Maj Calixton Garcia command er of the mountain area refused to discuss the reports with news men who reached him by tele phone at his headquarters in Palma Soriano Military authorities in Havana sites for industries are outside city limits It was learned that the Mayor and Council wants to meet with representatives of the Economic Development Commissioners Water Department Superintend ent Richard Willson and City and officials in Oriente provinceAttorney Edward Oswald bo said they knew nothing established by President Eisen hower and Khrushchev in their CdYnp David talks last September None of the documents pub lished were new They covered Continued On Page 2 Col 5 Beaton or his guerrillas aboutfore meeting with the County 1 Commissioners Bond Issue Approved In Williamsport BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Talk of a stop Kennedy move ment flared in West Virginia to day at the same time talk of a stop Nixon movement seemed snuffed in New York in West Virginia political ob servers wondered whether a host of Democratic presidential candi dates had thrown their support to combined opposition of Hum The Williamsport Mayor and Council last night approved a bond issue ordinance for the towns proposed new disposal plant The plant is ex pected to cost abnut The ordinance was introduced statements that he is not a Although Kockeleller deplored at a regular P week didate disavowed lhe antiNixon letAlso Sht The question of a possible gansi kwn Stop Kennedy Movement AntiNixon Letter Add Some Extra Zest To Current Campaigns Sen Hubert H Humphrey of Min Jim Brosnan opposing the Philsjncsota in the states May 10 pri Robin Roberts mary ij Y k still1 16 up on Kennedy in West Virginia was raised by former Rep lalnt rumbles hinting that ttnvn budget lin D Roosevelt Jr DMY Kennedy supporter In Wheeling Roosevelt said Kennedy was running against the kwn the coming phrey Stevenson Sen Lyndon li Readers Index Johnson and Son Symington DMol might have a light al the Republican National Convention In Salt LakeCity Utah for ex PGW DelinQUGnt ample Sen Henry C Dworshak Rfdahoi said Theres lie excitement at the convention you1 some Water Accounts The City Wiitcr Department Not from Rockefeller hiniMH llas hul iloincs tum of Sen John F Kennedysiconferencc on the Capitol from Rockefeller supporters tic and four commercialthat drive toward the partys nominalnade in Charleston lnc IniMilcrcd dclintiiient Their aim to halt the momenj Kennedy echoed this a a Amussmenti 4 Bridgo Lesson 15 Crossword Punic 15 Daily 2 Sam Dawson 3 Editorial 14 Mary Haworth 10 Ann Landers 9 James Marlow 4 Lowry on TV 4 Radio 17 Sociaty 8910 Sporti 111213 Map17 partys tion The Massachusetts senator and Humphrey are the only can didates entered in the primary In Ncw York Gov Nelson A backing iirimarv RorkefelliT oppaseri tinillation of a letter that belittled the qualifi cations of Vice President Kichardi M Nixon for the presidency Kome Republican of Rocke feller had signed the letter Nixon in San Francisco to open the baseball season told a news man lie was not disturbed hy tho letter and in fact thought it might add spice lo the campaign Afllni Slevenson conlinuod to draw support for the Democratic nomination despite his repeated he votes Sen Humphrey and 1 took the risk of defeat by entering lie said it seems to me that Im entitled to run against one oppo nent Some support for the Kennedy contention came from Sen Kobcrl C Byrd DWVal in Washington A supporter of Johnson Hyrd an ol Iluni nounceo hi phrey in the Humphrey denied any gang up Poor little Jack told a newsman Tbals a shame And you can juole nx1 on that 1 wish he would grow up and A primary in Illinois today will al this time the department of lest Nixons votegetting lodlv Although he has no opjKisition on lhe Republican ballot his vote will thit he compared with the totals rewatlr wl11 11 j ceived by Republicans in the past Foreign policy is expected to bei the subject of a speech tonight said ho feels that by Stevenson at the University ofthp notices should be pushed by Virginia Charlollesvillc employes of he water de partment and not thc members of the Board of Witer Com Walllr lllainlliin Although the 1952 and 11156 Xratic nominee denies he is a ciindidati Sen A S Mike Monjmissioners roney HOklai said his survey of Officials of tin Wilcr De other candidates shown that theylparlmenl said the drive last believe Stevenson is the man year on delinquent accounts has stop noting like a boy What does most likely to win the nomination served to spur the payment of if they dont accounts   

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