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   Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1961, Syracuse, New York                                METROPOUTAN FINAL 133d YEAR THE POST-STANDARD 133 Numbfr N. OCTOBER 1961 Weather Qffiriat Ana Caaler tomorrow. Low 43 SEVEN CENTS KHRUSHCHEV FIGHTING TO KEEP LEADERSHIP BLAST LEVELS AT COSMLTlCS PLANT The chemical building al Ihe Helene Industries plant in Chicago is x wreckage slier and fuc More than 2110 workers in lhe ptant and m nearby were injurecl t No Fatalities Explosion Injures Rocks 10-Mile Area CHICAGO A cosmetli firm's chemical blending building blew apart Wednesday with mas' sive impact injuring more than 250 persons and rocking a JO-nwle West Side area. There were no iatakties a Jfreat potential for los-i of life. Damage estimates ranged from Q.DO to million The explosion destroyed a onc- storji reinforced concrete building used by Helena Curtis Industries lor mixing fhtmitflls tor firm's uosmcUc prepari tioris. invrcli- tor stale and studies thc blast then they they wert unable cause of die blasL The in vest Ihev said liiunn estimated the Curtis plant at about and the damage to the Zenith at A lor Curtis pieced damage to cosmetic fjrm g platvls at S5QOOOC to Jl rnillion Owens ol cars parked in Lhe factory were led The eKpicdinj blending set. apart from clher plant occupied bv shaL of windows a and Zuiilh Radio Corp pipit across tha street also vuerxr blssled i n m the aree A mile Irom the Cur- tis plant at W. Nortti Ave forGe of the 200 homes end s lores windows broken Fire Commissioner Robert J Cooler Today After 78 High The lumpers lure ruse lo de- grees before a weak cold front passed through Cen- tral Mew York during the night iv huh vsr gspKled to lou-er tc dw's lempfiratuMs. will A lemporary increase In cloud- Jncss loday but rva ram Friday js fair with motteralc Today's will fci and Iho the leather Bureau pre- dicted. The high yesterday the low 58 Thradore Snrenson a Curbs cbemicfi said 14 workers were in the blending bulling i. fien ific tlasl occurred sfiorily after the slarl of Lht wording day Within a com flatly disas- ter plan went into effect and mere lhar I Ml workers the olher SLK buildings were evacuated Aboul workers were plant soutli ol lo living tlass Many women among those removed lo hospilals were in shock Four man in Hie blend buildiitf at time of the blast were in serious condition v St A.nne s Hospaal Willard Gidwilz bresidenl o Helerte Credited the cum pony's autowialic alarm sys'tir with dealing the area of person nel before lhe eiplosion ssn the device- Is set alt automatically chemical content m the air reaches 9 dangerous level An alatm bell set off an orderly evacuation oJ Gidwilz just seconds before the ex plosion. Helene Curtis Industries is t Peace Needed For Soviet's 20-Year Plan K Presents His Blueprint- for World Socialism MOSCOW declared the Soviol Union means lo all lhe neccs- nucteai flnd missile weapons oC cucry arige anyone challenging us to war Buf he 'aid mam chal In the world Ihe program lie laid tie tors the applauding 22nd Soviet parly congress tan be ful rilled suctPssCullv onty in Lhe con- efiuons ol pe-ace vi ho Tuesday spoke lhe buildings More thaa SO Zenith workers lri a section racing the north side -cl Hie building were in vbsn 3W ivlndows caced m Ten hospilals reported treating pcrscns for laceralions bruises and shock Seventy-one remauipd in the hospitals and the ethers were released Dr. Samuel Grant. di- rector for said workers in llie square chemical bui'o- jng blending a high mole- weight alcohol with other when the blast occui started the major suppler of fbctures and furniture to beauty red but Jl's cUflieulL tc fav al s Grant said. blast fire spread lo I-our chemical UnNs out tlie Mending budding Three M the gallon outside and hy- orij chloric and alcohol A 20 pillion tank cOJilamsd cans- Uc soda. Pungent from auds blending buildinff blahkfittd for rtFlpr the Firemen close to the scene wore gas masks Most of the Injured wore cut by Wire News in Brief Women Plan 'Strike for Peace' WASHINGTON A national wcmen'i Sinke Peace will Ukc place Nov. 1 to dramatize the belief Lhal the -world must back Irom the brlnfc of war it humanity is lo sur- The women will suspend Ihcir rcsular routines Ior flay while dcJcgates present petitions lo Mcr John F Kennedy the While House and to Mrs S Khrushchev via the Soviet urging to join in the Wash- ington aJao will present appeals embassies of Great Britain and Franco because they possess the nuclear bomb Altitude Record Claimed for 'Copter HLOOMF1CLD. The Air Force cli loved i wnrM ilUtude record Wednesday far An H-tfB Hnsklc rescue helicopter cllnbed 3J.OM feel. The new tor in iht io oUbltshcd In tut lifht irbm the AircHkfl Corp. plant nuirden tfee crafL the previous uorlri record tor m 4ht uan mini Dec. Quakes Jolt Soufhern Chile SANTIAGO. Chile A of 22 strpng nesday shook lhe pan rtf Chile occurred last year. One child was reported hilled. Property uafi believed Lo be minor. Conccpcion. Lns Angeles and Tcmuce telt strongest the UnJvcrsity of Chile reported A fl-y car-old was crushed hy H falling wall in Conccpcion Princess to Become Bullfighter The pipfr U reported Prlnefvt ursria tTitneMer of nerlo of will JhOTtly make her debut In bQlirifhlmr Tram The credtttrt thin report to Anjel who with his brother. are Spiln'i moil famed ftiilirijhten- The luper MI4 Zl-yetr-oM prtnceM bMn uhlnr rad ahortly will Appear In charity prafrtwu In Swln. Three Elderly Brothers Found Dead Wis. bodies o-f three elderly bach- rlor brothers were found in their home Wednesday. Detective Inspector Rudolph Glaeser said there was no indication of foul play or sign of aufurbante m trie home He said the possibiTrtr sga nt food poraonms was being investigated The victims were and 63. retired One twdj' foirrd on the floor rif the dimnft roam analner irr rftc third on s couch in Ibe room. Jet Airliner Pirate Guilty EL PASO. TSK Lr-on was convicted Wednesday ol VID latin e Hie Dyer Act and obstructing jn- UrsLatE commerce in hijeckine a jet airliner over New Mexico Aug. A US. UisLrJct Court jury Lberiled just 22 minutes Hearten w-'3i composed and had la say Bearden aad AIs Cody. IS. oF Ark seized or a Airlines jet airliner J.B the N M on a flight from to Tex Cndy pleaded guHly al 5 Monday to a simple motor vehicle act violation under the Cor- Acl Etcfente attorney Robert S as 10 days m whirh to appeal le did not say whether he would Judge R ThoTnuort he 'Quid wail until he received fVncsentencing report before pro- nouncing The prosecution asked life im- prisonment for Leon Beard on The maximum sentence that can be imposed on Cody is confine- ment until he is 21 He will be 17 Nov 11 ot exploding n 50 megaton bomb 2500 limes the o-f lhe first atom bomb al prnm isert he Jnas before lo ''dis- band army and sink our aioinic bombs end mssjles ID Lhej ocean Condilianal Prom Bui Uits promise was on the' CflndttfQn Lhere is asi agreement on feneral and comnlele ment under strict in terns Lion Western ne. never have been abie lo REPUBLICAN FEEDS DEMOCRAT MASCOT Republican Ha i old L. CreaJ of Home a member of GLF Board nl Duetion anrt Stale Fair feuds rfonltey given as a dnor prue at lhe QnondaRa County Wai- Memorial Cooperative GLF Exchange Inc is holding its annual stockholders meeting there through tomorrow. Story on T a controls wth the Tj S S B. in a s second sucli MI iwo a 20-year program which he said would give Ui-e So- tiet people tie highest productign and Zorin andAdlai Unable To Agree on U. N. Chief Bold Actions Hint Trouble Still Brews News Analyst Intrigued by Party Challenge By WILLIAM U. HVAN 1 Associated Pms Newi Analyst i aL 122nd Communal that Fremici Khru- a gambhfr is tLieiefltinjf a bold ihallengp tr- opponent within lhe So- viei pany and the Red world in hours of before the Soviet parr' jand world Coniniumsm s leaders. some painful Cmn- muiml secret then sharply warned thai he intended toss now an Show ol II cnuld all have been a ahov ot political strength a momsnE when such fl dispjgv was TJimt are hinm in this that Khrushchev has been and may he engaged m a bailie keep his leadership nl ihe world movement TtBl prooaa jlw was the case at the 2Qth in Alien he matfe iv It j J. I _ I I__ on the dead Stahn UNITED NATIONS N Y. and U S chief reported continued fl e d I c- c h V.'ednesday nifht after Tor en hour and quarter standards on of a wmporary U_K. described it as a blueprint ior the inevitable imperialism and the triumph socialism on a world which already has administered a big defeat for aggressive forces 'who idolize the hydrogen bomb Forty million in 87 nation j over Uie world he have made communisrn most powerful work- of our This torce he in epoch ol social resolutions on Page Rayburn Too III For Treatment DALLAS Indi- cated Wednetdaj Ho Speaker Sam Raybiirn is ill cancer Uicy cannot treat him drugs ni irradiation A medical reporl said drugs will resuined condition It added that irradiation reatment might also be started Tlte issued Rayburn's team of doctors said Irealment with cither me Ihod causes loxicily in a patient who s seriously His lhe r's condition showed no change laytourn Incur- ably ill Neither dnigs nor irradialinn of tor any hope Jw a the doctors said. They might prolong his lite Foreign Minister A. Zrvrln Md reporters studied both our positions and did nol agree on sa yeO U. S. Ambassador Arilai SLevenson sajd thert- -was as he OuE 'no no hils and I can't about the errors Ihe livo were tnsellier in FL small U.K each wilh B tew aides. It was lhe sj S Snviel meclira Secre- Dag ditrf jn a plane crash Sept Beforehand. Zonn 1135 rtportett ready to maki a major cuii cession on lhe tuning1 ol a prom- ise from lhe Lemfiararv I ary-general to consult with lus But Zonn declined in comment on and Hiscn said still was agreement over both llie Liming ot ihe slalemenl and the number of Ihe adviseri The IWo men did Ml sel A datf lot1 a further meeting But a U S source emphasized that this die not mean lhe negotiations hue been broken off He also empha sraed thai the TJniled States Lo consult any with lhe Soviet Union in- cluded The report ol a Soviel conces- sion cam-e as the two men ontcrec the conlerence room. Diplomalic sources said Zor'n was ready Lo agree lhat Lhe new interim secrelary general rmghl delay till alter he had been named rmy declartfon of intent io con suit -wlecled pnapsl advisers Tearful Margery Leaves but Not Corps Nigeria eyes filled with tears Herirican nation and expressed WlsrKcry af Ihongblltss Jn Michelmore left by air Puerto RICO Wednesday night for a fresh slirt in the U S PC ice Corps er declaring m e quivering vglcc am very sorry to fce leaving Ntgcrta Miss who raised a storm with implied en- or NlgeriM living condi- tions on a postcard that wen I wfVF whKhett aboard plane tor London by U S Embas- pressed '0 the governor-general writing the Tears wefled in eyes of prl as she stepped from a car at the airporl and was nnfcd by reporters and photographers In the tight of the hoed- hghls. hfir she read with great difficulty a brief statement saying she was sorry to be leaving but had 10 ariH Im sy Minutes she left the coun- try where she had been schecJuled to teach English to African chil- dren for two years She never U s. Embassy spokesman repeat icld The farewell WAS a marked contrast to the greetings Nigerian officials ijavi Mist Mich- elmore and 36 olher volunteers on their Corps arrival XI Before to thp the Algerian and the sludenLs at Ibfidan. where the rumpus began. She had ex- pressed rtgrel lo both. is her own a ed several It apparently was in her own handwriting newsmen started ask nn embassy official off lo the plane thai MieMnwTT on IhisWesfrAl ttfmt h Corpr minules for her fo board. The embassy spokesman added She flans to dirtclTy FfAYn Lon- lo San Potitfr Rrcn to clnls frir her future The embassy jpohe'imiin preswrriaWy Miss MiihelnWji go on later lo lhe United to we her parents. Michelmore drove up lo secluded part oE Ihe Lagos part m a car with Jbseph deputy chief or mission al the U.S Embassy lo board the plane. Peace CorVs Director Sartfertl Shnver annmincM in Ihal Mtss JVlichelmore ntil resigned from the Peace Corps we do not want her lo.'r He said she gotnf lo Uie perma- nent Peace Corps field center in Puerto Rico al lhe Peace Corps' rtqilesf Frwn he she may e reassigned lo anolher projccL Before leaving Lagos. Miss Mklidfnore 'called on the governor general Dr. Wsmdi and re- fnl Tor fier Act ot lhe government MidlelrnoK was 1r Zonn insisted P wi lerecc lasl Fnrlay that 1he can- didate Icr the port must mato such ft declarabon before he ivas recommended by lhe In nee oltatlons venson has held that ihe eandnlaie stioultJ not jnaite any such stale mel until alter the General sembly has appointed Tbt informants Zonn I old a Enendly third thai vas willing make lhe word through hial Wednesday that lie tvanted to laik wJtli In the shjolds successor nould sav tunt tie intended to a ceriwn number of untJer secretaries ifbni parLicrular lo be his princi- pal advisers. In consult them and slher under seers lanes on impor- tant aspects di tns work and it vi iLh group On Both powers have Lhal EurmeM Delegate U Thart should1 become interim secrcLary- in April provided they can agree also on Sludenis ot commutjsm jn be- prt highly sen IP olhrr of his selection. were intrigued by Tlie and terms gj line slntemeTil hpve been of main issues The JULKI- and of Ihe pnnci- constituted the pal advisers mam jssue Tie diplomatic Serin was standing on his Lhal there should be three sis or seven sab Jlhfngs as Lhe nn readily chose to dencunw vensraLca Rusian. African Lelm an Essiern European and n Western He in that if there js European there must be an East em European Ion Favors 5 Advisers arnvlng fni ihe Obn ference. laid a reporter wa fur principal Trial Marshal Klemenu Y Vorcshila' who occupied a seal honor be- hind Khrushchev a member 3l the ctngress Presidium i Prominent Jj j 2 Two prominent in JKhrvsiichcv s political maneuvers One fanner Premier He was ousted aflcr would include nn Lafirt American and a Wcsler European. he had mel earlier Weilern Puge Red Bloc Fails to Keep A-Test Issue Out of U.N. UNITED N.Y. The Political CommiUee overrode So vie I opposition voled Wednesday to give urgent consideration to the of ing nuclear weapons iesls. Acutal debate will begin ThuiS- day morning in Iht J01 nation com milloe The United Slates and other Western powers are expect ed lo assail Uie So vie I Union fo- ils announced plans lo cap its CIT- rcnt series -qf atmospheric wllh n 50-meealon bomb In two Important rotes the So viet bloc look a beating By a vole of '0 wl'h foil' abstentions the committee decided to toft as its first ilem of an Indian proposal for a uolunlary moratorium on nuclear testing Only the nine-nation So .ei bloc ana Cuba Then commilli J S. move to debate y 1he Indian proposal and a U.S Brllfsh resolution on the urgent again si spp roved a need for A Irealy In. under t dec Live con Irol The vole was with 31 ao slenllons. The Soviet Bloc Cuto. li. India and Senegal voted no The were east mostly by noncommitlGd nations who Look part in Uic recenl Belgrade 'ercnce Soviet Depwiy forcifm nan A. Zonn immediately de- nounced the committee's decis- P-S Late Press Trouble Wc'rp il late The WHS Hue in prc.is Taking efler lhe 1957 coup when Khrushchev lhe parly Central Com- established Uie prece- dent that it could overrule 'tis Presidium. Ttie otner A. I Klirushchev IJrcrf Jrom Ihe iiMtn JTI Mfly Hfl Jigd bscn KliruaJiChev 1 Khrushchev openly lbania Stalinism BY cation he also criticised Ptd ChtneH from Albania now tahes tus 1. Klirushchev laid print for tvffrid communiftm K fli-sl in the U S S.H I hen in ihe nvrld lownnj the of global supremacy. FIFM full-scale of com- Fn the Sftwtf which means Knrushchetf's pro- gram must be jmplemented at AH vole lie sadi the debalr- have any positive He reiterated the Soviet that the nuclear icsl ban should be considered only within Then added- We cannot make a cession on Ints lo Iht the framework of complete disarmanrn-ni Reis Jurors Fail to Agree POTTSVJLLE. Ts. _ The Lillian Heis burgljry trial In a hung jury Wednesday nijhl seven men were unable to uerdict In lfi'4 hours of dcL Uon aver A two-day Judge Charles W dtsmissod lhe jury at 9-20 om after il had reported Ior the onrf tinw wifhm five hours Ihal It was hopelessly deadlocked Un official reporLs were that the voie was 7 S For acquittal the first lime and 8 4 for acquittal the second Reis a shapely brunci .c accused of bizzarre burelary thrn leaders or any- 11 was lhe anyone m Col. Inside Today Comic Crossword Death Record t. 3d Editorial 4 1i Food Page Markets Morning Mail Puzzle Quiz Hadio-TV Programs 21 Sports Syracuse NCWJ Theaters 34 W 2-16- I1-23-.10 ViiC monej 16 ptirdiaie tnti Teii Me Room night club she once danced. ni lhe Jury lorcman reported Women's Features 7-9-9-I7-22.24-2IS Your M COLUMNISTS deadlock. she told Ihsf disappointed fell should have acqu filed Three a ecu fed conspiring wilh Mfsa Reis fn the buralary ol magrwie lolin B. 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