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   The Times Recorder (Newspaper) - April 7, 1961, Zanesville, Ohio                        In Saturday's TR: V 'Bookathon' Plan Aids Libraries In Dallas, Tex. The Times Recorder and THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Complete Major League Baseball o Schedules: See Saturday's TR 97TH 16 PAGES ZANESVILLE, OHIO, FRIDAY. APRIL 1961 SEVEN CENTS This moRnin; news Global Views... LONDON Diplomats say Brit- ain and Russia working out final practical arrangements for ceasefire in Laos. PARIS Police fight gun battle in hospital corridor with Al- gerian terrorists. HAVANA Government con- firms existence of rebel "sec- ond front" in Oriente Prov- ince; two more Castro foes executed. GENEVA Vice President Johnson demands Russia drop its call for veto on test ban controls; Soviets say "out of the question." The Nation... Atty Gen. Robert Kennedy asks Con- gress to pass eight specific laws that would aid in t h e fight against organized crime in the nation. WASHINGTON British Prime Minister Macmillan tells doubting U. S. congressmen he believes coalition govern- ment in Laos would be neu- tral and not Communist-dom- inated. NEW YORK Three thugs, one armed with tommy gun. hold up newspaper plant and make off with in cash. WASHINGTON Army secre- tary says administration try- ing to build highly mobile forces which could check spread of Korea-type wars. Around Ohio... NEWARK-State liquor exam- iners return here to deter- mine if there is a shortage of liquor stock in the local state liquor store, after reporting earlier a .shortage in the store's accounts. COLUMBUS-The question of a state income tax is tossed into the legislative hopper to determine feasibility of such a tax "to relieve growing burden of real property tax- es." CLEVELAND Research grants totaling for Case Institute of Technology and Highland View Hospital were announced by the Fed- eral Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Names In News... Kelvin D. Kecs Jr., is sentenc- ed in Baltimore to life im- prisonment for kidnap mur- clers of a Virginia housewife and her 5-year-old daughter. Dr. R. Bernard Finch and Carole Tregoff, condemned to life in prison by jury in Los Angeles Wednesday, con- fer with attorneys about ap- pealing sentences. Robert E. McCann, cancer- stricken American just releas- ed from Chinese Communist prison after 10-year sentence on spy charges, is able to make scheduled trip home to U. S. from Hong Kong. Col. Pinto Cordoza, Mayor of Lourenco Marques, Mozam- bique, leads anti-Ameri- can demonstrators through downtown streets. The Weather... today. Partly cloudy with little change in temperature tonight PREDICTED TEMPERATURES Today's Low Today's High 48 THURSDAY'S TEMPERATURES Thursday's Low Thursday's High 3 a.m......29 4 p.m...... 10 a.m. 40 6 p.m...... Noon 42 8 p.m...... 1 n.rn......43 10 p.m...... TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE New York 53 Boston 49 Duluth 40 Chicago 43 New Orleans 62 Miami 80 Spokane....................... S3 San Diego 68 Tucson S2 Fairbanks 43 Jacksonville 76 Strength Of NATO Assured PARIS (UPI) Presi- dent Kennedy pledged Thursday the United States will do everything in its power to increase the strength and unity of t h e NATO alliance. Vice President Lyndon B. John- son delivered the President's mes- sage after flying here from Gene- va where he had demanded that Russia drop its proposed veto of nuclear test ban controls. Johnson said here that if Russia refuses :o agree to ban nuclear tests "it must not and will not be on the onscience of the Western world." He spoke Thursday morning on the doorstep of Supreme Head- quarters of the Allied Powers in Europe (SHAPE) at ceremonies marking the command's 10th an- Kennedy, Macmillan See New Red Thre Ceasefire Document niversary. "The United States is resolved to do everything within its power I emphasize the word everything to enhance the strength and unity of the North Atlantic Treaty the message from Kennedy said. Johnson pledged the United States would maintain its military strength on the continent and and called for consultation among the 15-nation allies on the best means of maintaining NATO nu- clear capability. Johnson said the United States egards NATO "of prime import- nee to maintain and strengthen he coalition, both in its cohesion nd power within the Atlantic rea and its capacity for con- tructive action outside that rea." "In the military field, too, the United States will do its utmost to sustain and enhance the strength f the he said. "These natters will soon be discussed in detail in the council." Johnson said NATO's military leeds require a "vigorous and ustained effort to build up NATO's non-nuclear defensive" and said the United States is :ommitted in full to this task. "An effective NATO nuclear1 capability is also needed and he United States stands ready to consult closely with all members of the alliance on the best ways and means of maintaining this capability in the future." Johnson will meet Friday with Premier Michel Debre. It was uncertain whether he would meet with President Charles de Gaulle The Sap's Running! It's sweets for the sweet as Geauga County Maple Festival Queen Sandra Leonardi fingers a sample from sap bucket at Chardon. 0. The 18-year-old West Geauga High School senior will reign at the festival which begins today and con- tinues through Sunday. (UPI Ohio Skies... -onset today p.m Sunrise tomorrow a.m. Moonrise tomorrow a.m Last quarter tomorrow...... a.m. PROMINENT STAR Procyon, high in o n t h at sunset and low in west a.m. It one of the nearest stars, only JJ light yean from the earth. FIRING SQUAD Aiiti-Castrc Open Seco HAVANA (UPI) The goverr time Thursday that anti-Castro r front" in the rugged mountains o The announcement that the u made shortly after firing squads e Havana. Shot down at Cabana Fortress were Carlos M. Delgado, 21, and Balmacio Palmet Soret, 24, identified as leaders of a close-knit anti-Castro group operating underground throughout Havana Province. Their executions brought to "4 the number of so-called counterrevolutionaries killed by Forces nd Front iment acknowledged for the firs ebels had opened a "s e c o n c Oriente Province, prising had been put down wa xecuted two more Castro foes it in the anti Castr campaign: heavy bomb exploded i downtown Havana, shatterin store windows. The blast scatters ?lass splinters at a crowded ir .ersection but no casualties wer reported among nearby pedes irians. The government announce the arrest of Felix Cordero Lice s Shaped >efore taking off for the States Friday afternoon. United squads so far this year. More than 600 persons have been exe- cuted by Castro since he seized power in 1959. The disclosure of an anti-Castro "second front" in Oriente the first was opened in the Escam- bray Mountains of central Cuba six months made in an official communique. It was an- nounced that six persons had been killed and more than 100 others captured in the spread of unrest to Oriente. There were these other devel- SPACE TESTS CONTINUE Mercury Astronauts Get 'Refresher Course' Ride JOHNSVILLE, Pa. (UPI) Three Mercury astronauts rode the world's largest centrifuge Thursday in an intensive "refresh- er course" prior to their graduation to manned space flights. The astronauts, Marine Lt. Col. John H. Glenn. Jr.. 39. Navy Cmdr. Alan B. Shepard, Jr., 37. and Air Force Capt. Virgil Gris- som, 35, climbed into the "cock- LONDON (UPI) Au-j thoritative diplomatic sources said Thursday Brit- ain and Russia are working out the final "practical ar- rangements" for a cease- fire in Laos. The sources reported that Brit- ish and French diplomats meet-j ing in Mosnr.v are working onj three documents leading to a! ceasefire although "final and for- mal agreement" has yet to come. The documents are: text of a ceasefire ap- peal to be issued jointly by Brit- ain and the Soviet Union as co- chairmen of the 1954 Geneva Conference which ended the French Indochina civil war. text of a joint letter to Indian Prime Minister Jawahar- lal Nehru calling for reactivation of a three-member international supervisory commission for Laos: j India, Canada and Poland. text of a formal invita- tion to 14 nations to take part in a conference on the future of La- os and see that it became a truly neutral nation. The sources said the Russians are showing goodwill in the con- fidential Moscow talks between British Ambassador Sir Frank _ I Roberts and Kremlin authorities. A State Department spokesman in Washington said the talks are South Viet Nam Cited As Communist Target; Discuss Disarmament WASHINGTON (UPI) President Kennedy and British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan agreed Thursday on the urgent need to deal with increased Communist activity in South Viet Nam, next door to war torn Laos. During a 2 1-2 hour cruise on the Potomac Paver, the Western leaders also agreed that a nuclear test ban was impossible it Russia insists on holding a veto power over thejter decided to turn over to lower- inspection system. level diplomats the problem of in- In a third step, they laid plans! creasing Red guerrilla activity to resume general disarmament j in South Viet Nam. The Communists have stepped as voters j talks with the Soviet Union at the end of Julv. The United States up their raids there and Russia would try to work out in June negotiations. Kennedy and Macmillan during the wind-swept cruise discussed diplomatic strategy for that pressure was mounting in prepare to cast their ballots in an the forum for the j Sunday. Kennedy explained to Macmil- on charges of possessing a serjousiy and so far of the Managua military camp. as I know satisfactorily." Both sides apparently h a v Governor Talks With Rutherford COLUMBUS (UPI) Gov. Mi- chael DiSalle visited condemned killer Kichard Rutherford of Bridgeport, Ohio, in his they would agree to a ceasefire row cell at the Ohio Penitentiary j and to formal negotiations on the agreed that the three nation commission, with India as chair- man, should meet in New Delhi and proceed to Laos to report on a ceasefire. The principal flaw is that Brit ain and the United States do not want the 14-nation conference to meet until a ceasefire actually is reached. Russia would like to go ahead and call for the con- ference. Thus far all principals in the Laotian civil war have indicated Cooley Faces Charge Spade Cooley, retired "king" of western swing music, sits on edge of chair and stares into space in Bakersfield, Calif., courtroom during his arraignment Thursday on charge of murder. The mute Cooley is charged with the murder of his estranged wife, Ella Mae. (UPI Telephoto) j dealing with Russia on the Laos crisis once the Kremlin agrees to a ceasefire. Sitting around a table in the dining saloon of the yacht Honey the United States for a resump- tion of nuclear tests if Russia did not agree soon to a test ban treaty acceptable to the West. Kennedy and Macmillan set no Fitz. Kennedy, Macmillan and leadline, however, for persuading their top aides also explained I the Soviet Union to sign a treaty, their views on Berlin, United States, Britain and Asian problems, and general re- lations with the Soviet Union. The President and prime minis- Russia have been trying to work out a test ban in Geneva for al- most 21A years. KENNEDY LISTS AIMS Attorney Gen. Seeks Laws Aimed At Organized Crime WASHINGTON (UPI) Attor- ney General Robert F. Kennedy asked Congress Thursday to give the FBI eight new weapons to fight organized crime. Kennedy revealed at his first news conference as attorney gen- eral that he had sent Congress proposed bills to strengthen the pit" of the gondola on the end of a 50-foot their fourth series of simulated space flights at the Naval Air De- velopment Center here. The three officers began the first of a three-day stepped up 'Redstone Profile" exercise in the centrifuge which is capable of ac- celerating the gondola from a standing position to 180 miles an tour in seven seconds. The de- Thursday "to clarify some facts' about the slaying of pool hall op- erator Lawrence Price. The governor said he would is- sue a decision Friday on the 27- year-old prisoner's appeal for ex- ecutive clemency. He was con- victed of first degree murder in the 1957 slaying and scheduled to die in the electric chair Friday night. DiSalle refused to comment on future of Laos. government's power to c r a c k down on gambling, labor man- vice can simulate pressures of 40- times the force of gravity. The "flight" is monitored from four or five as far as mile away from the centri- there is a constant measurement of the pilot's respir- ation, heart beat, blood pressure and brain waves. A television camera is focused on the passen- ger and provides a doseup view of the pilot's reaction. VIOLENCE FLARES ANEW agement corruption and other racketeering. The attorney general told the standing-room-onlv crowd in his large office that he believed Justice Department had no information (These proposals the Federal Fire- were covered in threa interstate travel arms Act. {o! -Make it a federal offense to promote illegal business activities j threaten persons cooperating in by racketeers who operate their au-irackets bv remote control. thority to file school desegrega- tion suits. But he said he would act vigorously as a partner of the courts and also would press vot- Jet Stunt Team Ace Is Killed charges that of Belmont Judge Clifford Belt, Countv. the Moslem Execution Squad Kills Two And Injures 12 PARIS (LTD A Moslem commando execution squad in- vaded a suburban hospital with tommy guns Thursday, assa-ssinat- an Algerian rival, killed a police sergeant and wounded 12 i judge, had prejudiced the persons in a gun battle through the corridors with Thursday, would: The charges were made by Cleve- police. land attorneys, who filed the clemency appeal and had charged In Algiers a bomb believed set in hearings two weeks ago and by extremists French settlers again Wednesday that the judge had put too much emphasis on the defendant's prospects for a parole. They contended that Judge Belt wished to have a first degree murder verdict returned. exploded outside the American ing rights action. Kennedy said it was possible the Justice Department might re- vise the attorney general's list ofi subversive organizations. This lislj has not been updated for several j years. Kennedy warned that racketeers] LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) arc extending their influence overjMaj. Robert S. Fitzgerald, leader American society. He said hisjof the Air Force Thunderbirds proposed program would fly supersonic acrobatics the FBI increased jurisdiction toiwhile 15 inches apart, was killed assist local authorities in the.Thursday when his FlOOF jet battle against the while he was watching i other team members practice their maneuvers. Also killed was Capt. congressional investigations. the immunity provi- sions of the Labor Racketeering Act. it a federal crime to i cross state borders to avoid pros- Iccution for any crime punishable iby more than one year in prison. In a third announcement, he outlined his program for coordi- jnating federal government, activ- ity to combat juvenile delinquen- cts." The bills, submitted to Con- A. Nial, 31, also a pilot and new! narrator for the team. Nial was! The consulate explosion blew initerial. such as betting forms, flying with Fitzgerald to become; all the doors and smashed the and curb interstate transmission! familiar with the Thunderbirds' negotiations on peace in Algeria. interstate transmission of gambling equipment and ma- windows of the situated on a building n You'll Always Find Interesting Reading In The Sunday Times Recorder consulate Thursday night. ing a policeman on duty outside. The attack on the consulate Adjacent offices and, believed brought by reports thei rivat'e apartmcnt5 aLso WCre dam-! United States had urged earlyjaged but onc pcrson was ported hurt. Five of the victims in the hos- pital incident in a suburb of Paris were patients sprayed with sub- U.S. governmentjof bookmaking or nthcr the third! the heart Rees Given Life Term BALTIMORE. Md. (UPI) A machine gun bullets as they lay in: federal judge sentenced accused bed when the Algerian! .gunmen :mass Kiavcr Melvin D. Rees Jr. ambling, 'routine. The 38-year-old command pilot was flying low and some distance behind the Thunderbirds with 'another pilot flying his position !on the team to explain the dif- ifctvnt maneuvers to Nial. Fitzgerald had logged more than 5.000 hours of flight time. WHIZ Gets FM License WHIZ Radio Thursday was granted a frequency modulation (FM) broadcasting license by the Federal Communications Commission. The FM broadcasting will be received at 102.5 on the dial with power of more than 15.000 watts. Allan Land, station man- ager, said la.M night the n c w broadcasting will begin in the fall. A large section Southeast- ern Ohio will be covered by the FM broadcasting. ward thcv to life imprisonment Thursday the kidnap-murdcrs of a Vir- 5-vcar- her charged into the wrong looking for the Algerian wanted to kill. The object of the attack and Mohammed Ali Talba. known old member of the rebel Algerian Na- Though accused of killing at tional Liberation Front five persons four in the network in Paris. I same family-Rees, 32. was spe- Policc said that after shootingjdfically tried on charges of kid- Red agents have turned their propaganda guns on Adlai Stevenson, U.S. Am- bassador to UN. We can't do anything about the weather but we will bring you the latest tips on gardening. You'll be calling your friends after you've seen the feature on little girls and old Easter hats. The Sports Section will bring you complete details on opening day plans the major leagues. up the wrong sickroom the gun- men charged along the corridor naping and killing Mrs. Mildred Jackson, 27, of Apple Grove, Va., Triumph For Amateurs............Page 5 Sec. A Area News Highlights............Page 2 Sec. A Moorehead Backs Redevelopment Page 8 See. B Ricked On The Shins.............Page 4 Sec. A n alarm. Thev found Talba an-1 and her daughter. Susan Ann. He; fired a burst of tommy gun bul-kas convicted Feb. 23. in lets few into him. He died within a! Rees also was accused of slay-j Page Sec. Bridge 2 B Classified Ads 6-7 B minutes. As they fled they battled policemen, killing one and wounding two. ing Mrs. Jackson's husband Car- Comic Pages-----2-3 B _ _ g A 4-5 A roll, 29, and the couple's other child, 18-month-old Janet. Deaths. Funerals Editorial Pages Page Sec, Markets 8 B Radio-TV News 2 A Sports..........4-5 B Theater...........2 A Women's News 6 A   

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