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   Morning Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1962, Hagerstown, Maryland                                MORNING HERALD Forecast clwdiMU Md cut In HH 4k Tfcumfar Mr MM MUMWIMff VOL XC NO 270 Entered Mcontf t th Hnmtown Post Offlct Published Dilly ixctpt undiy HAGERSTOWN MARYLAND WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1962 SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS U S Demands Countered Budget Headed For Deficit Red China Calls K Peacetime Weak Opportunist Injected Into Talks HONG AP Communist officials have luftl Much Higher Than January Forecast Of 500MiHiotl Surplus in HOUR Kong that So WASHINGTON The Kennedy tion said Tuesday the fedi charges eral budget is headed for Premier Khrushchev is tn OP AP a weakling and a trai Khrushehev Chinas growing a deficitthe sec ond largest in peacetime The figure is somewhat higher than officials had indicated earli And il was a far cry from for Chinese Communisl officials to make They indicate Soviet Chinese relations have tak eii a sharp turn for the worse There appears little doubt they get more rancorous the January forecast of a million surplus A Budget Bureau announcement i to be reported placed most of the responsibility The Chinese for the sea of red ink on when the charges get 1 Kremlin The Chinese Communisl fled China take Soviet Vnion Red Cross Abandons lied China because lie is bombs the official addj fo Inspect Shipping To Cuha UNITED NATIONS NY AP The Soviet Union and Cuba Tuesday counter ed U S demands with will eventually The Chinese Communists said the Soviet people had been bctray jcalous ol by Khrushchevs policy of a strength as only a bourgeois woman could be European newsman here quoted reference to pie in the sky Khrushchevs promises to the people which one Chinese Communist official as i they said have nol and cannot be fulfilled in the near future si They said Khrushchevs attacks against Albania whom Red China befriends are proof he is a trai tor to proletarian solidarity saying Tilt official was also quoted saying Khrushchev pulled back from his Cuban adventure not for back to the ear possible American reaction I but forfear of what the Russian On the other hand they said friendship toward Yugoslavia Cuban crisis new proposals that report edly injected the Guantan amo naval base into US Soviet negotiations on the i IlPnn f WOII I 111 HIS IllellUSIIp LUIVUIU jugusmvia is war the Soviet goJan enemy of Red Chi they fully expected their remarks Communists con top officials of leading Communist papers sluggish economy and Hong sought nut European newsmen here during the pasl t week to air their views No Amer Emphasized was an official jjcaii newsman has been ap view that the ernmcnt will be destroyed by theina proves Khrushchev is an op grcss a the administrations own chang es in tax policy was an official jjcaii newsman big deficit would poached so far not damage the economy With the existing level ot un1 Criticism of Khrushchev and hif allegedly soft policies towarf employment and unused plant the West has been growing in Red capacity the Budget Bureau China over the past few months said the deficit is neither infla ionary nor dangerous to our bal ance of payments position jcics at secret offtherecord brief Cuba had little impact on the lings for select groups according High party officials have dc louneed Khrushchev and his poli ADENAUER ARRIVES FOR TALKS West Germanys Chancellor Konrad Adenauer is greeted on his arrival in Washington last night by U S Secretary of State Dean Rusk Coming down plane ramp at left is Mrs Ubeth Wer hahn Adenauers daughter and traveling com panion The West German Chancellor is sched uled to visit President Kennedy for several days consulting on the Berlin situation in the wakp of the Cuban crisis AP Wirephoto Ike Expressed Amazement Over Hiss1 TV Appearance NEW YORK AP Former President Dwight D Eisenhower said Tuesday he spoke to the American Broadcasting Co Sun day in advance of Alger Hiss television appearance and ex pressed amazement over it The taped ABC show on which Hiss appeared was entitled The Political Obituary of Richard M Republican National Chairman William E Miller said he too was aroused in advance of the program aad called an Eisenhower aide The News quoted the unnamed aide had told him Eisenhower tried to intervene through Jim Hagerty and Hagerty wouldnt do anything about it Hagerty as ABC vice president in charge of news had ultimate responsibility for Hiss appear ance on the show Hagerty was White House press secretary un der Eisenhower whose vice presi dent was Nixon Nixon In Buffalo NY Bufalo Evening Miller as saying ilanation of the show and Mr Hagerty said he was staying with the show I do not know what the generals reaction was My infor mation was that the general was concerned Meanwhile in New York Eisen tower had been asked if he had intervened with Hagerty to head After Eisenhower had denied off the Hiss show He replied any intervention Miller in turn denied any such implication He I called him on Sunday morning told The Associated Press When after I had received so I called the generals aide I found out that the general had received calls and that he was disturbed and that he had called Mr Hagerty registering his dis turbance Mr Hagerty gave him his ex Inmate Found Guilty M On Stabbing Charge By HARRY WARNER Stephen Francis Brown Balti stitution heard here yesterday Judge D K McLaughlin gave more was found guilty of assault sentences ranging from three to with intent to maim yesterday six months to three inmates who by a Circuit Court jury in a had escaped and warned that he case resulting from a stabbing at is considering increasing the es Maryland Institution for Men The allmale jury deliberated only about 10 minutes before find ing him guilty on the second of cape sentence to three years The 19yearold Brown stabbed another inmate Roger Holcombe on an athletic field at the Mary three counts The Rpxbury inmate land Institution for Men on the ons political career He ex was found not guilty of assault afternoon of Saturday October pressed astonishment if this were 13 Brown said that he inflicted so with attempt to murder It was one of several cases in volving inmates at the state in City Gets Gift Plaque From Wesel The city of Hagcrstown received a gift yesterday from Wesel Ger the wounds when he went to the rescue of his halfbrother John 18 yet another inmate Hol combe was hospitalized for 11 days as a result of three knife wounds JudgeMcLaughlin deferred sen tence in the case grew put of events during the week He said that an many Mayor Winslow H Burhans re ceived a 60lb plaque measuring 18 Inches by 26 inches in com memoration of the 10year sister cjty relationship celebrated Sept t Mayor Burhans said that the plaque will be erected ball and a duplicate in will be erected in th town hall 22 in city Md USA Deutschland have been in sisterly relationship since 1952 This plaque was erected in 1962 to commemorate the 10th niversary of the sisteraty relattan niversary tionship tittle Helskell seal rirfit It the Weed city seal about I expressed amazement but never in my life have I asked anybody not to report a story af ter they got il fully Hagerty referring to The Buf falo Evening News version of Mil ers remarks said in a state ment of his own Mr Miller is reporting second hand arid inac curately a personal conversation between Gen Eisenhower and myself The general to my knowledge las never attempted to intervene with any news media to prevent the airing or the printing of any story Gen Eisenhower telephoned me at my home Sunday morning said he had received conflicting rumors from friends about the Smith program These rumors were that Hiss was going to be interviewed for a half hour on a program dealing with Dick Nix aicounter inside the prison with leasing this statement Holcombe and receipt of a note that he would be the target for unnatural sexual practices by program ttolcombe Hunt claimed that when Hol combe molested him on the ath letic field Hunt grabbed a pipe and swung several times at Hol combe Brown then rushed to the Brown testified that Holcombe struck him three times when he Even though the election tabu the plaque is The intervened Brown saidI that when iation yet official two can dUSA he was knocked to the ground didate someone gave him a knife and he stabbed at Holcombe with it Prison authorities said from the At atm left corner Is the admmd under cross exother apparently successlul Hep HtefataM seal and to the aminata yesterday that he had publican candidate sat in on part Continutd On i Col S No I didnt request that of him I told him that this was not so and outlined the format of the program in which Hiss had only a small part I told him of the others who were appearing on the program and that concluded the conversation In view of Mr Millers state1 Hunt testified that the scuffle ment I today have personally re viewed with Gen Eisenhower our telephone conversation before re The Smith referred to by Hag from Holcombe led him to fear erty was Howard K Smith who erved as commentator on the New Members Attend Board Meet Tuesday didates began to get the feel yes terday of the meetings of the Board of County Commissioners Evan Crossley who received witness that Brown told the greatest number of votes lor any Republican candidate for the board and Norman H Ayers an of yesterdays regular meeting revised estimates for the 1963 reliable informants from cal year that began July 1 China bureau said that if the this is the first time t does not worsen the Cuban Communists have appr will cost about million newsmen with thei termed this the roughest kind burden of the compla Revenues for fiscal 1963 Khrushchev has cut off ut at ower than the level foreseen when President Kennedy first Plans the budget to Congress last January The bureau said the sharp drop was due to the expccted rate of economic recovery and changes in tax laws Armies Record peacetime spending DELHI India A billion was predicted announced plans Tuesd is billion higher than the of its armed fo uary an increase undeclared war again uted to congressional changes with military train administration bills to boost ablebodied man al rates and overhaul the tarn program Higher interest guard units will UD in all districts bordering on a biggerthanexpected base of the Commun al debt also played a part adding million to the spending Himalayan offensive enses will be organized on basis Home Minis Surprisingly the revised Shastri told Parl showed no change in military said Prime IV jlays still figured at government deci The announcement said the project in Pentagon programs China he sai the costs of the Cuban the entire border o and related activities were soldiers The Red C y shelving of the the Indians have rei tions Civil Defense lines in the lull th On at least one count the a late October push ment struck a relatively the Red Chinese 2000 tic of territory Peiping The bureau said the Gross was estimated to hav tional the value of tola is estimated now in troops in action The home minister said t range of billion for 1962 was dangerous and war achieve this the total would people against any to rise by billion on an or relaxation basis in these last three snow limiting milit of the year That would be on parts of the m largest quarterly gain since the fall of 1961 A smaller a government spol reported Indian patrols ws presumably would mean a larg er The nation prepared t Nehrus 73rd b Donations o Guilty in to give him his in that precious metal for t In In Orchwd Fun Gerald Powell 18 was founc guilty of killing a deer out ol season yesterday morning in Reat cuit Court The jury trial grew out of End Dri lamage to fruit trees which Goose Orchards near Hancock Washington County described as a serious is about to conclude i Testimony showed that the drive which will com chard company had received five per cent of its goa mission to kill one deer which yesterday s had reported as causing tree higher th age When a second deer also alltime record shot the charge was placed fund drive in Was a game warden Lawrence The record was ac the 1959 campaign Judge D K Fairchild employme lid not pass sentence y upon the marks the closest that County has come On Inside years to attaining it paign quota which was ever before this fall AttwMitiftnts hand at present is 9 of the goal 310347 V Crossword Punle been urged to proc Dfttty liwtstor as possible the car Abby becaue the c 1 Draw Ptirson close to the goal r Editorials Columnists 1ft Radio Programs belated contribute unexpectly high the For You will face the unw Sports of cutting by five p t Nowi budgets of member a Womans Naws their 1963 operations Russian people and not Americaniwrtunist Harpers Ferry Firemen Seek Payment For Help The Harpers Ferry Fire tentatively scheduled for the pany threatened yesterday to stop week of November 25 hclping to fight mountain blazes iuiv it i i Commissioner Harry Snook es u Itimalcd that opinion in Halfway in the southernmost part of Washjs for ington County unless it receivesgainst the sanitary facilities compensation for the work A J Ballenger representing i the volunteer firemen told the County Commissioners that the i Brunswick firemen have bcei dining to fight some mountain blazes outside the immediate vi cinity of Brunswick I We dont mind helping you A twocar crash and a motor leople in Washington County hevehicles striking a pedestrian are said but were coming to point where we cant wear ur equipment on mountain fii Mr Ballenger emphasized 909 West Washington Street the Harpers Ferry firemen will i arc plaintiffs in a suit filed against continue to respond to building I James E Fowler Sr 107 North Main Street Mercersburg It is The formula stemmed apparent y from the talks Soviet first Dep Suits Filed Results Of Mishaps outbeen filed in Circuit Court here fires in nearby parts of Washing ton County Some residents of that area made contributions to the fire company he said But it is I the wear and tear on equipmenl be set caused by efforts to reach barely accessible mountain land am the difficulty of securing water in many wooded regions that lee to yesterdays request Chairman Lem Kirk of the rliament County Commissioners said thai Minister the Brunswick firemen are paic by Washington County an nually for crossing the county has line to help with fires But County Attorney John Col ton expressed doubt that this county could legally that folvance in this manner a sum to a fire company in another state such as the Harpers Ferry group He said that the Harpers Ferry firemen would probably be re quired to bill this county for spe cific firefighting jobs as they oc ur The County Commissioners ne jided to contact Brunswicks fire men to determine more informa tion on the situation and to con spokesman sider the Harpers Ferry request for compensation on the basis of the amount of time spent at the to eelfire birthday Mr Ballenger explained that of gold most of the fires in question occur i weight on the mountain above Sandy Hook in an area which has few good roads He suspects that the mountain fires are being set de liberately because the places where they have been occuring are so steep and inaccessible hat hunters would hardly be ac Unitai tive there The County Commis considered yesterday a the outgrowth of a crash that occurred August 16 The narr alleges that Francis J Dallago was driving an automo uty Premier Anastas I Mikoyan has been holding with Prime Minister Fidel Castro in Havana The proposals were offered as svord came from Geneva that the International Committee of the lied Cross had abandoned plans to arrange inspection of Cuba bound shipping One immediate result seen here was continuance of the US naval blockade of Cuba for an undeter mined period Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily V Kuznetsov and Cuban Ambassador Carlos Lcchuga laid the new proposals before Acting SecretaryGeneral U Thant in t private meeting of an hour and 115 minutes Later Kuznetsov tailed on US Ambassador Afllai E Stevenson at the US mission to the United Nations Kuznetsov requested the meeting in order to present the proposals to Stevenson special jdviser John J McCloy and US Ambassador Charles W Yost The three US representatives conferred Monday in Washington with President Kennedy The United States was reported hold ing firm to its demands that the Soviet Union pull its jet bombers out of Cuba and abide by promises to permit verification of the dismantling of Soviet missile bases Reliable sources said there was bile owned by Leo J Dallago on North Avenue The collision oc curred at the intersection of Jon athan Street where the plain tiffs allege that the Mercersburg man drove with excessive speed through a red light into the side of the Dallago car Damages of are asked for head back and bodily injuries suffered by the driver in addi tion to disability pain fering Another and suf asked in a second count for damages to the vehicle with the Fidelity and Casualty Company of New York coclaimant Miller and Miller are attorneys The second suit names as de fendant Lester Stanley Witek Boonsboro Route Two It was filed by Bessie Williams 1210 North Aisquith Street Baltimore who says that she was struck by i car driven by the countian vhile crossing Orleans Street Bal timore on August 16 1962 nothing especially new in the So vietCuban formula and it seemed certain the United States would reject it The informants described the proposals as based on the five demands made earlier by Castro These included withdrawal of the United States from Guantanamo and end to the US arms block ade and adoption of measures by the United States to prevent hos tile activity against Cuba by exile who has been in nearly two weeks groups Mikoyan Havana for was quoted as expressing support for the demands in a speech in the Cuban capital Monday night SemiAnnual Fire Hydrant Flush Begins The semiannual fire hydrant flushing program will get under way today in preparation for win ter Richard C WiUson superin tendent city water department said Mains will be checked for leaks and flushed out There are 594 On condition that they go back mains to be examined and it is Two Alabamans Ordered To Go To Home State o Alabama or any other state except Maryland Judge D K McLaughlin sentence to gave John a suspended Henry Snow Kill and Frank Sailer yesterday They were charged with play bearing Cures ing described game and aheopose sewerage system for Halfway money at the Boonsboro Live stock Exchange The Alabamans authorities of both sides of the discussion sewerage sysiem lor namvuj j The number of signatures has not entered a guilty plea in circuit day yet been counted by the county court 1 not known when the operation will be completed More time is need ed on some mains than others This program may affect some tiomes Willson said causing cloudy water especially in auto matic washers Another flushing program caus ed the cloudy water problem Mon We dont like thimbles around A meeting with representatives here Judge McLaughlin com mented He suspended a sentence of six months in jail and a fine and costs for each man Yf Cftios and costs for each man Mercury i0n condition that they leave town Trifle Higher Here Tuesday Everyone expected snow yes terday but a rising barometer and almost stationary thermome ter after dark lessened the like lihood of a blizzard D Paul Oswald reported that the mercury stood at 41 at 9 pm seven degrees higher than the reading al that hour Monday It land no longer subject local cit iicns to this form of gambling I Thimbles was described in court as a form or the old gambling de vice of a pea under shells Bridgeport weather station The low was 31 yesterday morn rag rain around dawn yesterday High Risk Area NAIROBI Kenya Kenya losing money because it is re garded as highrisk area by com The rainfall Friday night re sulted in the impounding of 88 mil lion gallons of water in the Smiths burg and Edgemont reservoirs This allows enough water fo draw 2380000 gallons from lhal gravity source The use of Ihis water enabled the water depart ment to shut down the Halfway booster station and one pump at the Williamsport filter plant on the Potomac River resulting in sizeable savings in power costs However the increased water volume clearing sediment from the lines created some cloudiness in private homes The problem was cleared up late Monday ev ening panies which insure movie says Arvind Jamidar minister of the afternoon high of 46 at the tourism He said high insurance ROME closest thing premiums prompted one company to cancel most location shots in to a nickel cup of coffee in Rome cafes a thimblesized cup of thick black espresso has gone up in Mr Oswald recorded a trace of Kenya He estimated that this prjce from the equivalent of S6 decision cost Kenya cents to 72 cents   

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