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   Morning Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1962, Hagerstown, Maryland                                MORNING VOL NO 260 Forecast Marty cloudy CM est SJ to U except Enured muter t ih HAGERSTOWN MARYLAND FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 Post OffiM Dllly texwpt Sunday u SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS Castro Rules Out Inspection AntiCommunist Indian Students Riot 20 Sent To Cuba Fate Of Bombers Answer Unclear WASHINGTON iAPi All the iliscussion about removing Soviet missiles from Cuba has obscured the significant question of what is to happen to more than 20 Soviet jet bombers known to have been sent there clear whether the Soviets have agreed to pull them out For lour days a pressed the Defense Department for clarification on this point He got nowhere Obviously the 10yearold Bea Burn Down Chinese Shop Signs Polite Estimate 10000 Men Women In Streets NEW DELHI India AP of university students swept through New Delhi Thursday shout ing for expulsion of Chinese from the border carry up to four tons of Floliria cuasti and elsc iinitbi nuiu iiii Immbs either nuclear or conven kv i nivc and burning Chinese shop j tjonaland potently are lf th jet signs Prime Minister Nehru called for cairn and said Indians were ex ceeding the limits of decency as violence persisted for the second day in this nation schooled in the tenets of nonviolence Police estimated 10000 univer sity men and women marched through the capitals streets from noon to nightfall The students ripped down signs in Chinese ideogipph and burned effigies For the second day the stu dents loosed their wrath on the Indian Communist party storm Thus far US officials have giv bombers a bo u t en no clear answer a missics These 1128 light jet bombers Thc Unital states has hie of dropping them as deep asjtors uhich y al mo 700 miles inside the United States lhc ot tnc L ing to a building where the par tys UCmember council was in session from bases in Cuba When President Kennedy an nounced the arms quarantine of Cuba on Oct 22 he told the na tion that jet bombers capable ol carrying nuclear weapons were then being imcratcd and assemj bled on Cuba while the necessary1 bases were being prepared j Kennedys proclamation invok an arms blockade of Cuba Plant Approaches Completion Construction on a new Centra Chemical Corporation plant at Liberty Texas is proceeding on schedule Franklin M Thomas Jr president said yesterday The plant will go into opera tion around January 15 Mr Thom as said that the plant will not i be quite as large as the local factory but because of automa within reach andlers IL28s had been brought into tion and increased efficiency ol erjuiuit jn crates thc ts capacty wn be ous week or 10 days close to that of ihe local plant Understandably perhaps the Mr said that Houston area comprises one of pecifically listed bomber aircraft and bombs among offensive weap ons the US fleet was ordered to keep out of Prime Minister Fidel Castros hands At a briefing the night Kenne ic3aiuji c They tore down Communist dy spoke Secretary of Defense igns from the building and evRobert S McNamara told report focus of urgency has been on the 30 or so mobile missiles with a range of about 1200 miles and on signs eryth roared slogans in deafening vol leys Police kept them outside the premises Inside after stormy debate the Communist council adopted a res olution condemning Chinese ag gression as unbecoming of a sofixed bases for 2oOOmilorange cialist country like China It entermediate missiles dorsed Indias stand that there c Work was has believed the mobile particular were near firing readiness The United States admittedly has no defense against such mis which could strike at cities and military positions in the Unit ed States within about five min utes of launch A reading of Soviet Premier Khrushchevs message to Kenne dy last Sunday turns up no men tion of the 1L28 bombers In what seems a clear reference i missiles Khrushchev said he ad ordered discontinuation of urther work on weapons con ruction sites and that these were o be dismantled and their rockets eturned to the Soviet Union the disputed border line While a lull persisted on the fighting front Nehru had a busy day In his additional role as defense minister Nehru met with his mil itary commanders to discuss the border situation and arms build up to be bolstered by the first US arms due aboard American Air Force transport planes Sat urday he fastest growing and largest chemical areas in the country nd the company feels that the potentialities of the area are vir ually unlimited He noted that his is the first step in a series o make the company a national than a regional concern The official said that the move The first shipments consists mostly of mountain artillery sore ly needed by Indian forces fall ing back in the Himalayas before superior Communist firepower Heavier weapons some from US bases in Turkey are expected nent Britain moved to organize an international military aid pro gram if Nehru approves In Lon don the Commonwealth Relations Office reported the plan will be discussed with Canada Australia and other commonwealth coun tries as well as the United States In the only action reported Chi nese opened mortar fire on Indian patrols at the village of Jang five miles east of the monastery town of Towant seized by the Chinese last week The Indians held then fire as they built up a defense line on the nearby 13940foot Se Pass guarding the Assam plains to the south Nehrus meeting with his mili tary commanders was the first since he removed V K Krishna Menon as defense minister Wednesday and relegatedhim to a secondary position in the de fense setup Still defiant of his critics Men on toured the front and met Lt Gen Brij Mohan Kaul command er of the Indian corps on the northeast frontier Menon defended the fallbacks of Indian troops after the Red Chi nese launched their attack Oct 20 explaining these were strategic to afford better fighting positions Menon often a critic of the United States told a crowd al Texpur that India would accept help from where ever it comes He described his demotion to de fense production minister as merely a move to bring more strength into the administration Real November Temperatures Open Up Month November began with real Nov emberlike weather yesterday in eluding crisp temperatures D Paul Oswald reported a high of 51 at the Bridgeport weather station after the morning low o 31 had produced a hard frost and thin on water At pm to mercury stood at 44 five degrees higher than the 9 pm reading Wednesday Replying to an earlier letter to Chrushchev not made public Cennedy said the first thing that needs to be done is for work to ease on offensive missile bases n Cuba and for all weapons sys ems in Cuba capable of offensive use to be rendered inoperable Here Kennedy obviously was ncluding jet bombers But al hough Kennedy has had removal f bombers in mind it is far from Suit Claims Large Sum In Damages A suit claiming in dam ages has been filed by Hazel Anet a Miller Dam No Five in court nto new markets rather than a complete shutdown of the Hagers own plant He noted that be ause of vast supplies of nearby w materials extremely cheap power and surplus labor it would indoubtedly have some effect on he companys local production In the past two years Mr Thomas said that the company las been approached by numer us development commissions of ering inducements of all sorts vhich made the decision on a ocation for the new operation a difficult one defendant is Regi lerc Named laid Austin Michael 13U East rranklin Street The suit filed Wednesday hrough Attorney Ernest V Wachs asserts that the plaintiff suffered injuries in an auto crash while a passenger in a vehicle driven by the defendant on Jan uary 26 1962 The crash occurred on Route 11 letween Hagerstown and Green castle according to the document The plaintiff charges that exces sive speed and failure to keep he auto to the right of the center of the road caused the vehicle 0 hit a tree and post alongside he road As a result of the crash she suffered head chest leg and arm njuries the plaintiff alleges in volving medical and hospital ex penses and disability for her SOLD Wood and Coal heoting stova and imall size cook stove One chunk Reasonable RE rafwrit that he re calls and all Thlt classified ad appeared In The Morning Herald and Dally Mill And dU It gat results The advertiser celved 44 three stoves in two days HIS FIRST OUTING IN British Prime Minisi ter Sir Winston Churchill walks past a battery of cameras on his arrival last night at Savoy Hotel in London to attend the annual dinner of The Other Club a social dining group he helped launch Vlales Warned On Trouble At Ole Miss OXFORD Miss AP The chancellor of the University ol ihould be considered an expansion Mississippi told the male students at two special assemblies Thurs day that future disturbances could Beck Freed By Jury On Loan Charges NEW YORK AP A federal ury acquitted former Teamsters resident Dave Beck on Thursday night of charges that he violated he TaftHartley Act by accepting a loan from truckers Al o acquitted were his trucking in lustry codefendanls Only 45 minutes before return ng the verdict the sevenman and fivewoman jury had tried to report itself deadlocked But US Dist Judge Wilfred Feinberg sent hem back into deliberation The former head of the Team sters was temporarily released expulsion for those in volved Reading from a prepared text and speakin prtriahe a firm voice Chancellor John D Williams told the students that further outbursts against the presence of James H Meredith 29 a Negro would en danger the universitys accredit ation and our very survival Promising to taKe whatever steps necessary to insure peace and expulsion Williams said the university would consider the possession ol weapons or fireworks and the shouting of obscenities as very serious charges The students listened quietly applauded briefly at the end and filed out of the auditorium Williams made only one men tion of a pep rally scheduled for Thursday night He urged the stu dents to behave in an orderly manner The university cancelled an ear lier pep rally set for Tuesday night uneasy about the prospect of more than 2000 students gath ering in the midst of renewed signs of racial trouble The Ole Miss football team plays traditional rival Louisiana tate at Baton Rouge La on Saturday night Meredith meanwhile went through his 24th day of classes at the previously allwhite univer sity unhindered and showing no vith two trucking company offi cials and three corporations Acquitted with Beck were Roy ruehauf and the company he for merly headed the Fruehauf Trail er Co of Detroit Burge Seymour and the company of which he is president Associated Transport Inc of New York and the Brown Equipment Manufacturing Co subsidiary of Allied Transport The trial began Oct 1 and the case went to the jury early Thurs day afternoon Freight Train Halts Traffic Last Evening The Norfolk and Western Rail road was extremely unpopular in theminds of scores of local motor its last night One Halfway resident reported that it required 35 minutes for him to drive from his home to Ah tietam Street in Hagerstown be cause of a long tieup of the Virgin ia Avenue grade crossing of the A motionless freight tram at the crossing had traffic motionless as far as Porter field Hill around 730 pm For Clicnristry Britons Russian Win Nobel Prize Wants Base Removed From Cuba Admits Differences With Soviet Union But Still Friendly KEY WEST Fla AP Prime Minister Fidel Castro itold his nation Thursday night that strategic arms being withdrawn from Cuba but declared the na lion never will submit to ai inspection of its de lenses He reiterated his demand that Hie United States give up its na val base at Guantanamo but said nothing about any steps Cuba i might take if its insistence on is ignored It is ahsuvd Ui ask withdrawal il Irieiiilly bases and want us to an enemy base in our coun try he shouted Despite Premier Khrushchevs decision In withdraw Russias nickels from Cuba Castro de was greeted with ap mse when he said are nends I the Soviet Union ilr admitted that during the crisis snme discrepancies arose between the Soviet and Cuban governments But it is not here that should discuss these be cause our enemies would take ad vantage Above all we are Marxist Leninists There are no breaches between the Soviet Union and Cuba We have confidence in Ihe policy and leadership of the So viet Union The question of arms inspec tion appeared to weigh most heav NKW YORK lAPiThc York Daily News its own plant closed by an American Newspa NY News Strike Means Slim Paper STOCKHOLM ev Davidovic JM Sweden AP as highly ic Landau one of physics reset highly important to arch and prac few Jews to rise to prominence n Soviet science won the 1962 iobel Prize for physics Thursday lis research helped in develop ment of the first Soviet sputniks Dr John Cowdery Kendrew and Dr Max Ferdinand Perutz bio chemists working at Cambridge England were jointly awarded he 1962 prize for chemistry for heir work on mystifying elements n humanblood and muscles of certain animals such as whales ind seals The physics and chemistry priz es are worth each ical adaptions on such modern age wonders as space rockets and lectronic data computers Landau has ivith nls theories jn condensed matter explained ts special qualities much in the Landau 54 received news of mapped the structure of the vital his award at Moscow hospital bodybuilding large protein mole where he is recovering from inculps luries suffered in an automobile accident almost 10 months ago flis research as a member of the Soviet Academy of Science has jeen interrupted An academy spokesman said Landau was very excited about the award but added that mes sages of congratulations were be nig kept from him want to spare him too Among fflffl pages The maneuver paper at Hearsts afternoon Jour nalAmcrican was unique in mod ern New York newspaper history Copy from the morning News through photooptical methods and plant did not pass through the with Ihe use of X rays they journalAmericans city room but has explained the wave pheno mena in the liquid known as sec ond sound Kendrew 45 and the Austrian orn Pcriitz 18 were cited for their studies on globular prole ns The citation said that per Guild strike published a 16 page Friday morning edition at the JournalAmerican on Thurs dont have to give an ac ll our defense means Castro said in his televised ad dress The prime minister was reading a transcript of the conversations day night jbetueen himself and United Na Thc paper with a front Acling SecretaryGeneral U headline reading left Cuba Wednesday WnNinwi Nruck littlc discussing Soviet missile in 1 iiK but most of its daily with Castro He scarce The slim edition contrasted his eyes from the pages Kundrew and Pcrutz who per fected the photooptical method early this year laid bare the structure of the proteins concentrated on myoglobin while Perutz has worked since 1937 on lhc red substance of blood hemo globin In order to delve deep into the structure of thc protein the researchers inserted heavy gold or mercury atoms into the pro much excitement the spokestnem ne way Dy shining like was sent directly from the News building to the Journals compos ing room The first Guild strike since 1955 closed the News largest newspa per in the nation A new wage of fer to the 1102 news editorial and immercial employes represent ed liy the union failed to ease a contract deadlock I The Guild angered by Ihe cndj run maneuver ran 92 The inspection is to humiliate ins Castro said This inspection of nrintinc the demand will violate our rights ol pricing why m arc asked this All our acts are within the rules of international law we have violated no inter national law The United States has been violating our air space without reason Soviet Talks With Chief Negotiator around its picket lNTKD NATIONS NY AP Mikoyan a top So jincs in a statement The News management has made aAnasias mockery of the use of the media lighthouses when exposed to X ray else in letting the Kennedys chief negotiator on the radiation Myoglobin is a pigmentary OTSIS stance found in the muscles ofis ot taking any action until we The immediate problem was days of renewed tension The rumblings of new trouble irought Nicholas Katzenbach the deputy attorney general flying in rom Washington on Tuesday Se warned university officials Wednesday that it was their re sponsibility to maintain discipline on the campus In a surprise move Wednesday night military policemen with fixed bayonets threw a cordon around Lester Hall the dormitory icxt door to Baxter Hall where man said Landau father of quantuir nechanics and related advancec theories on atomic physics and radiation was awarded the prize especially for his exiwrimcnts on iquid helium gas His work on this the most fluid of liquids is make extended underwater divesiy lion service of the Guild and evThursday night viet irouhleshootcr set up talks President Ilic think that they were interested whales ami seals It acts as aisee wlat the product is imu to overcome the hitch in ne reservoir for oxygen and accounts said the edition attributed li Fidel for the ability of these animals tobe prepared at its own office Kennedys Building New Ranch Home In Virginia dismantled Ml rifle a dismantled announced Thursday pistol several tear gas grenades a can containing five gallons of gasoline and a large supply of Fireworks A Justice Department attorney said the troops moved in for thc search after somebody tossed a cherry small explosive much like a a window slightly injuring a ier Hunt Country several hundred editorial de over behig by beads and Soviet missiles members Thc paper said it wouUUhev in arranging foi not attempt its normal press runon for removing S if more than two million from uha The copy was taken to the Jour Deputy Premier Mikoyan who nalAinerican on South Street near the tip of Manhattan Island Officials of eight mechanical un ions and the newspaper and mail is on his way to see Castro in vited John J McCloy also a vet eran diplomatic negotiator to din ner at the Soviet mission to the deliverers union said they wouldjllnitcd Nations not attempt tii stop the shift in It was thc first USSoviet gel WASHINGTON found il mure economical topublications logcther since the crisis flared and Mrs Kennedy arc building aIbuild into thc open with President Ken new country home on Rattlesnake The land im lhc Kennedy home nolys announcement of a naval 1 arms blockade of Cuba 11 days Meredith lives Searchers turned Mountain about five miles fromlocated about hallway between up a small arsenal including a Middleburg Va the White House and IPpiTvdle Va f Construction of a ranchtype stucco and masonry tiousc costing about is der way on a 39acre tract By making the announcement t ftlUCCU tlllu 3 t i t m 1 II sting about is uni Masal I AeuiH as aijait for purchased from Hubert jl flitii ihlisher of the KauquilIMMMI Democrat newspaper and unsolved Va thc Keni jneilys was a Middlcburg friend An organizational meeting yesl ago McCloy is chiarman of a three man coordinating committee named by Kennedy last Monday tn handle the Cuban crisis ncgo itations under whose iianicf the crday of the Hagerstown Board of the White House confirmed was listed Oct 2l Zoning Appeals left the chairman mors that have been frequent county records Revisliip still unresolved muis uiai iiuve ueun iauqinei County records itcvismp sun uiuesuiviu the last month thai the the tracts A public bearing cannot be sci were planning to build a home IIM The Wbiteiimlil he ihiiirman is named He House however listed no priccimust then read cases to be heard Since February they have fr land which is part of advertize the meeting Cases Tractor Mishaps LONDON AP Overturning had under lease the es tale Glen Ora at Middlelnirg White House press secretary Pierre Salinger said the President cause of deaths on British farms the Agriculture Ministry reports Such fatalities average 120 a year LUHJJun irtfi uvenurning ncuu j tractors are te greatest siogle and his wife o tajr room dmng room and a home in the Virginia hunt coun try where Mrs Kennedy loves large farm owned by Philips Salinger said the new house with seven two for baths living to ride horseback but that they contractor will be built entirely with union labor with Fout serving as the ill be reviewed after his prelim inary work Of the five board members four were present for Ihe meeting They were John R Tenncy Jo seph E Knott JW Messersmith and Lawrence DC Grange Mrs Louise Bcachlcy is on vacation On Inside Pages Amusements Bridge Crossword Puiile Daily Investor Dear AWV Drew Pearson Editorials Columnists Security For You Sports 18 10 17 TriState News Womens News 11 U 42 17 041 I   

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