Syracuse Post Standard, November 29, 1961

Syracuse Post Standard

November 29, 1961

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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1961, Syracuse, New York MITtOPOUTAN INAL 133d YEAR Weather Number IS N. Y.. NOVEMBER 1961 Qttietil SvrmeuH Snow and cold fair to- morrow. High today...........12 Low tonight ..........25 Report on Page 7 SEVEN CENTS AP Wlrephotos PRESIDENT PKESEN TS AVIATION TROPHY President .Kennedy presents.the Harmon aviation trophy to three men for their accomplishments in flying the X-15 rocket plane. In front are A. Scott Joseph A. and Air Fo'rce Maj. Robert M. White. Behind Walker and White are P. Hodges Combier and Maj. Alexander de members of the Harmon award advisory committee. Russians Told Our Side Kennedy Assails Soviet to Communize MOSCOW President Ken- assuring the Russian peop'e that nobody is going to invade the Soviet declared that the basic threat to world peace in efforts to communize the world. In an unprecedented interview spread across 10 columns of the Soviet government paper Izvestfa the U.S. chief the Soviet Union were mere- iy seeking to protect its own ra- tional to protect its own national and would per- mit other countries to live as they live in- then I bt- lieve -that the problems which now cause so much tension would faae Soviet Union is a mighty military he said. Safe from invasion has great nuclear strength. It has a great number of divisions. Other c tries' are associated with it. No- body would ever again invade the Soviet is no such military force which would be able to do it. The question is to sign an agreement which will in- sure recognition of our interests as well as and this un- doubtedly -within our Those were fresn words to be heard in the Soviet so used to hearing mostly side alone. What is the words were printed in the official gov- ernment paper. It has four mil- lion with at 'least a few copies reaching every town and hamlet in the country. Kennedy expressed his views in an interview last Saturday 'with Alexei the editor of Tz- veslia and son-in-law of Premier Khrushchev. Rush to Buy Paper Crowds of Russians rushed to buy copies of the The .'-including AG ments by Adzhubei as Kennedy went was printed virtually intact. There was no comment on it tn but the Soviet news agency .in a dispatch to be printed in other said Ken- nedy to take cover behind the old blind of an imaginary 'Communist It assert- ed he gave evasive answers lo some of Adzhubei 's questions or r i i i did not answer at It appeared the President delib- couched his views in low key with the purpose of getting across the idea that -the United States is looking for peaceful so1- utions of the world's problems and is not the aggressive imperialistic power usually depicted Made These Points The President made these Berlin and Germany are' ihe most critical areas of dispute at present and if these problems are believe we can find our .relations substantially im- He was disappointed at Soviet resumption of nuclear tests must have prepa- ration for many at First of His Race to Earn Prize Gen. Keyland _ _ _ _ __ r Heisman Trophy Report Not i i i s To Syracuse's Ernie Davis very time .that the- -conversations i V on Page Col. Wire News in Brief Dr. Elected NYU President NEW YORK New York University 'announced Tuesday the election of Dr.'James McNaughtori as president of the university effective L He will be -the youngest man to hold the post in the university's 130-year history. now dean of the university's graduate school of arts and science and execu- tive dean of arts and will also be one of the youngest ever to head a major American- university. NYU has 15 schools and colleges with enrolled students. He will succeed Dr Carrdll V. who resigned. Young Nurse Saves Patient from Fire NEW YORK A- young graduate nurse Tuesday rescued t patient from a fire after an explosion in an oxygen tent at City Hospital in Queens. Fifteen other persons suffered from inhalation. Nurse Margaret Kelleher. a slim was credited with the life of Robert Hemtessy. of she dragged his body from the Jrarauig'tent and smothered the flames with blankets. Her hands were m' t- Hunter Urifound After Six Days SPRINGVILLE The sixth day of searching for year-old hunter lost since Thanksgiving Day in the nearby Zoar Valley in Cattaragaus County again ended in failure Tuesday. Relatives 'and friends oV Stephen Szathmary of Niagara Falls they would press the hunt for the youth. Stephen became separated from his and while deer hunting. The Zoar Valley is heavily wooded and ravined. i Generator's Failure Puzzles for a While NIAGARA FALLS W threw the for testiig the third generator la the pMtip-gewrator plant af the tew Niagara Power Prefect. The svrge af power hoi the hage generator' soddealy quit. the eiglaeeri tried agate. The resvlt was the same. Fearfal that sometlilig was drastically they began a systematic cheek of the entire tnlt. A workman opeaed a COR- cabtMt art there was a very awl slightly staged raccoon. The who escaped death almost was released. Plaat aecirity agalist Interlopers was tightened. The generator worked list 13 Killtd in Mexico City Explosion MEXICO CITY explosion ripped through a crowded community child caire center killing 13 persons and in- juring 54 others. Firemen blamed the explosion on escaping gas. A watchman said- he had reported a gas leak more than a day before the fatal noon-time blast. The explosion snook a wide area and shattered windows four blocks away in causing dam- age to the modern four-story building near the famed Roman Catholic shrine Basilicia of 1 racuse Headlines GE EXECUTIVE SPEAKS ON INDUSTRY AND r SBVKN TAKE PEACE mreivsg SUMS UP IN MPK tut At CAtmre iKnop DHUBLB Blast Hurts 16 B f In Restaurant ex- plosion a Howard John- son restaurant south of here Tuesr day 16 perscas. looks like the boiler said a police official. The boiler and furnace are located in the basement. A portion of the wall collapsed and and a 6-foot hole was blown in the dining'area floor. Huge plate shat- tered and several were cut'by glass splinters. Several persons were pinned in the wreckage foV a i time. Ernie Syracuse Uni- versity's All-America half- yesterday won the Keisman voted an nually to college football's player of the year. The 212-pound senior half- back thus becomes the first Negro in the 27 years of the Heisman selections to earn the coveted honor and also the first Orangeman to be selected. The third Eastern halfback to i be chosen by the Heisman se- lectors in the past four Davis will receive the award 6 at the Downtown Athletic Club in New York Elated kt' tKe Davis said is the sort of thing you just dream You never think it could happen to SyracusjE Coach Ben Schwartzwalcler knew Ernie was the best foot ball player in the United States. We're happy ev- erybody else agrees with Davis succeeds Joe Bellino the I960 award Petev Dawk ins of Army was the Heisman winner in Winner by 824-771 In -a ballot of electors throughout the Davis polled 324 points 771 JEor run- ner-up Bob Ohio State fullback. Texas sprinter Saxton ..nosed out Sandy Ste- Minnesota for third The brilliant chpsen to many All-American teams in his junior year and already named--to several of the 1961- elevens.'l .had combined power running with tremendous speed. He earned favorable comparison with a recent predecessor at Big Jim now the.leading ground-gainer in the National Football League wrjh the Browns. Both have worn the No. 44 at Syra- and playing in five more regular-season games dur- ing his college has broken t'f m V PJ J S WSOQSWwVVW'iViV li-xvttxtf mm Acceptable Decision Asked From 'Entire' NCAA Board THRILL OF A LIFETIME .Ernie Syracuse University's All-America half his c o a c Ben read ptister -details of the'Heisman after Ernie was notified of his- selection as the Nation's No. 1 football-player. Other photos oh pages 17 a series of records established by Big Jim during his 1954-58 Orange career. Lew Syracuse ath- letic described the on Page Legislative Inquiry Looms State Probers Refuse To Investigate Carlino NEW The Page State Investigation Commission declined Tuesday to probe a charge that assembly speaker Joseph F. Carlino was involved in conflict of interest over fall- out shelters. j- A legislative investigation loomed instead. The SIC said it would take no action this because the assembly has a bi-partisan committee on ethics and guid- ance to deal with such matters. Carlino promptly called for a and by the legislative committee any such charges .that have been or will be He pledged full co-operation. Assemblyman Mark a Manhattan Democrat who brought -the charge against Car- Nassau County Republican blasted the sic decision as MilltaH Pnvram Lane had asked the SIC lo' in- vestigate on the ground that Carlino helped obtain legislative approval M the state's lion fallout shelter program at a special session mrj this month while a director of er a shelter manufacturer. The commission composed of two tnd two said in letter to view of the fact that the assembly has a bipartisan com m Ht w known as the 'com- mittee on ethics and specifically designed to deal witft matters of this an investigation by this ston not called for at this call a committee meeting to discussx the SIC announce-. ment Date Set Later He said the date and place of the meeting would be set later. John SIC chair- declined to elaborate on the letter to Lane. speaks for Ryan said. Lane said the SIC depends'on Republican legislative leadersrfpr funds to continue its functions and that he was not surprised at the commission decision. the Page t CaL Snow Crash Rate More than 80 sand- graders and salt trucks Jn Syracuse and Onondaga County last night battled 4-inch deep snow to keep streets passable during the area's heavy snowfall. With 3 more inches of snow expected by Bureau in the next and county la'w enforcement agen- cies reported a huge jump in the number of property damage auto accidents. just haven't adapted their driving to this kind of road Police Chief Harold F. Kelly said last night. The sheriffs department and state police officials agreed. Pattern Spotty Throughout Central New York the show pattern was spotty. Oswego reported less than an inch while also in Oswego had more than 5 inches at 6 p.m. The snowfall was heavy Oriskany Falls in Southern Oneida but the northern sections of that county weren't hit as hard. Cayuga and Cortland coirities both reported more than 5 inches of snow before 8 p.m. with more expected. The snowfall tapered off eastward to Mbany and to Buffalo. The Onondaga County High- way Department said snow .was falling -driven by a stiff wind. The snowfall hit hardest in the southern .half of the officials especially in the Pompey a high-point in the county. Crew at Full Strength The Syracuse Department of Public Works reported its night which was ordered to full strength for the would continue to city streets until the-surf aces became too have to start pushing it back if that a spokes- man said. Syracuse reported more than 40 auto accidents occurred from 4 a.m. to midnight yester- day. Most of the mishaps were minor property damages acci- dents or po- lice said. The Sheriff's Department said 12 Accidents were investigated in the county from .3 p.m. to midnight. These also were of a minor they said. The North Syracuse State Po- lice Substation said troopers in- vestigated'-about a dozen acci- dents north of the city since 3 a.m. The Thru way detail reported the same num- several of which occurred when vehicles skidded into the center mall on slippery pave- ment. Adolescent Ape Named Enos 1 Pioneers Space Trail Today iom chairman of tte fifties stfd m CAPE -An adolescent ape named Enos picncer the space trail if all goes for a U.S. astronaut to follow. Whether the United States will go all-out to place an astronaut in orbit before the year's end will depend on the success of the chimpanzee now scheduled for some time between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. selection of the 9-year and 4-month old chimp for the hoar journey i globe swroifcteerf in the shadow of the Mgn mfcel with its At- las designated lite ff goes nfamvetiy the frative of tfie French Cam ffofrt he wilt mate WftA WtC WKwIy ffij tude varying from 100 to 190 miles. He will land in the Atlan- tic Ocean near Puerto Rico. This is the greatest U.S. space effort to date and the tension at the launch site was something most tangible. The Soviets put two men into space orbit earlier this year. An armada of 18 ships is stretched like a siring Of beads ffbm Cape Canaveral to the Af- rican coast for tracking and res- cue operations to event something goes These ships have some 90 air- cnafl deployed for search and the pifoij have divided the roflfcjt Atlantic into like fkf ffteyi are Wi ffufy artromf tfce Attslfi- Mextee on tftips to Indian Ocean to track the chimp's space capsule. On this particular Enos will have a deal more work to do than his who preceded him into space or a suborbital flight last Jan. 31. By performing various chores over a tiMninute period with fre- quent six-minute rest Enos will be rewarded with a ba- nana-flavored pellet mid a sio of The chimp has to'sefect Ihe odd figure from an instrument panel At 6 Grey- hound Bus Lines reported trips were running but that in general the snowfall had not affected their lines greatly. Mohawk Airlines reported en- countering about a 10-minute average delay in local air traf- fic. American and Eastern Air- lines said snowfall hadn't .af- fected their flight operations as yet. More Snow For Today A northeast storm off the coast of New England brought cold weather and wind to Syra- cuse yesterday. The same situ- ation is expected to continue through today. Approximately 4 inches of snow fell in Syracuse by 6 and an additional 2 to 3 inches were expected by late today. Yesterday's high temper- ature was 27 the low 23. Today's high will be the tonight 25. Fair weather and a slight mod- eration- in temperature are ex- pected but a mass of Arctic air from the Northwest is expected to move through Central New York on Friday Bringing more wind and cold for the SOUTH Ind. Notre Dame rejected Tues- day a ruling by the chairman of the NCAA football rules committee stating the Irish won illegally over Syracuse Nov. 18 and asked again for adjudication the entire rules Some six hours after Gen. Bob Neyland of NCAA rules committee said Notre Dame officials were notified the Irish won 17-15 over Syracuse on an illegal field the Rev. Ed- mund C. Irish vice presi- released a statement which saidi Nov. the Rev. Theodore M. president of sent a letter to Mr. Henry B. Chris- tian president of the requesting an official hear- and a ruling by entire football rules committee on the disputed call in the Notre Syracuse game on Nov. 18. Question of Possession letter summarized the em- barrassing situation in which Notre Dame has been by the controversy and pointed out a paragraph in the interpreta- tions paragraph which directly pertains to- the point at whether Notre Dame had possession of the ball when the foul by Syracuse oc- cured. The sentence reads as scrimmage kick from be- hind the line is treated as though in possession of team if the penalty for roughing the kicker' is accepted.' this statement'would to definitely settle the con- troversy in favor of the call made on the field by the Notre Dame through its letter to-Mr. its desire to have the matter thoroughly adjudicated by -a competent board. Reaffirms Position view of the telegram which -has been released to the press to- day by R. R. chairman of the rules committee. Notre Dame has reaffirmed its position and sent the following wire to Mr. wish to reiterate strongly our request that the entire NCAA rules committee weigh the evi- dence and give a decision on .the disputed play in the Notre Dame- Syracuse game as explained in our letter of Nov. -24. We feel that a serious injustice to Notre Dame is being further compounded by R.R. Neyland's recent telegram to Wal- ter Byers executive direc- which is being interpreted by the press as an official decision of the rules committee. also regret that the chair- man of the rules committee is giving decisions before his .full committee thus compro- mising their future action which we have requested in the above mentioned letter. are not looking for Page Inside Today KILLED BY CAR So- lomeja 59. was injured fatally Tuesday when she was struck by an automobile while crossing a street near her home. showing two of matched. He has triangles and are always to ligMs that appear oft his instnrment panel by striking fever Activates ten Fagt Comic Pages 21-27 Crossword Puzzle 27 Death Record .7 Editorial 6 Markets 22-23 Morning's Mail 6 .Puzzle Quiz 20 Radio-TV Programs 10 Sports 17-18-19 Syracuse News Jl irWfcVTo Tell Me Why Women's Features 1 1-12- 13 Your Horoscope COLUMNISTS Bridge 27 Dear Abby 12 Lyons S. N Drew Pearson HiU nexttfy 17 Street fdf Day 90 V w ;