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   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Chester, Pennsylvania                                FAIR Delaware County TEMPEEATOKES MOBNHtd 4 5 6 7 1 8 9 1 10 1 11 47 J45 146 46 146 1 47 1 48 149 FINAL EDITION 84th 58591 CHESTER PA MONDAY NOVEMBER 21959 Seven Cents Western Summit Dec 19 Paris To Be Site of Talks GHOSTLY WASH Kichard S Houpt superin board also were left by pranksters sometime Sunday tendent of Chester Eural Cemetery scratches his night late The Civil War soldier on the head as he surveys the wash put on a clothes line monument appears just as puzzled at Soldiers Circle The tricycle and childs sliding Pranksters at Cemetery Hang Earthly Wash on Line Unidentified ed to be out their wash in Chester Rural Ceme tery over the Halloween week 4No Moans Says Air Survivor D escribes Scene In Which 2 6 Died WAYNESBORO Va AP Things were all quiet no moans no groans This was the way a 33yearold union official described the after math of a crunching impact Chester against a Virginia mountainside in which 26 persons aboard a twin engine airliner lost their lives He alone survived I yelled to see if anyone else was alive but no one answered said E Phil Bradley of Clifton Forge Va as he told of his 36 hour ordeal in the wilderness fol lowing the crash of the Piedmont Airlines DC3 Friday night He suffered a dislocated hip and minor cuts Within a few hours after Brad Icy was taken to a Charlottes ville hospital Sunday 26 bodies wrapped in tarpaulins were labor iously carried to the summit of Bucks JElbow Mountain near Vir ginias famed Skyline Drive Bradley who said he noticed his watch showed pm mo ments after the crash was first reached at the wreck scene by Air Force Sgt John Weis of Pitts burgh I was damned glad to see him Bradley said EN ROUTE TO ROANOKE The plane en route from Washagersecretary ington to Roanoke Va was last heard from at p m Friday when the pilot requested landing instructions at Charlottesville The wreckage 18 miles west of CharlottcsviHe was not sighted un til a m Sunday Bradley seated near the rear of the plane was thrown from the cabin strapped in his seat Be cause of his dislocated hip he re mained upright in the seat some five feet from the wreckage until rescuers arrived With a pole he managed to fish for a coat and blankets to warm him in the chilly mountain air Weis reported Bradleys first words were Im all right Go on up and see if anybody else is alive Bradley said the pilot never gave any indication there was anything wrong RENAMED FOR COUNTY I New Times i I I In Effect Today f p Welcome to the Delaware County Daily Times Today the Chester Times established in 1876 became the Dela ware County Daily Times though nothing has changed bat the name The Times was renamed in recognition of the newspapers coverage of Delaware County as well as the City of Chester Twothirds of the Times circulation is in the county outside of ster Intensive coverage of Chester news will continue as before coupled with everincreasing reporting of county news events We hope you Uke the Delaware County Daily the home newspaper of Pennsylvanias most dynamic county Aston on Lookout For Fake Official ASTON today are seeking an unidentified man who has been posing as the township secretary and showing an official badge in an effort to gain information about township financial affairs The imposter was described as a fairly old man tali and thin with a decided English accent This description does not fit Bruce Spragg the young township man The fake secretary called on Walter Muzyck who operates Walts Sinclair Service Station on Pennell road and has the contract to furnish gas oil and service for township vehicles Muzyck said the man identified himself as township secretary anc showed him a badge then askec to see the service station books He said the man told him he had signed checks to pay bills from Muzyck to the township and want ed to make sure the checks had arrived The service station operatorsaid ie told him the books were at lome but admitted the August and September bills for gas and oil had not been paid Muzyck said the September bill was mailed n late and apparently didnt ar ive in time for approval at the October commissioners meeting Muzyck said he received several hone calls about the bill as well as the visit to the station and was angry that someone appar ently was trying to drag him into Jie middle of the current election campaign Spragg said he did not call on Muzyck and noted it would not be necessary anyway because the iownship manager has all the township records at his finger tips end However they were a day late The stuff was put up on a clothes line sometime Sunday night or early today rather than on Hal loween Night And they kept on their sheets Two shirts and a girls parochial school uniform were strung on a line attached to the Civil War Monument and the World War n naval gun on Soldiers Circle A childs sliding board and a tri cycle were left on the base of the monument Although reports said it was the work of ghosts Richard S Houpt cemetery superintendent indicat ed it was probably done by some earthly pranksters Owners of the WASHINGTON AI President Eisenhower and the heads of Brit ain France and West Germany will meet in Paris Dec 19 to work out a solid Western stand for talks with the Soviet Union Agreement on the date and place of the meeting was an nounced in the four capitals Sun day The White House said Eisen hower will return here in time to spend Christmas with his family TOP SUBJECTS Prime subjects for discussion at the Paris meeting appeared to be 1 When do the leaders meet with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchv in a summit confer ence 2 On what issues if any will they compromise in negotiations with him Reports from London said that Prime Minister Harold Macmillan will go to Paris determined that the summit conference with Khrushchev be held in January or February President Charles de Gaulle of France has insisted that the conference be delayed until spring at the earliest It is be lieved Eisenhower leans toward f TacmiHans position BERLIN ISSUE On the second question ob servers believe Macmillan is willing to make concessions to Khrushchev settling the Berlin issue before reaching an agree ment on German unity But de Gaulo feels that the Soviets are responsible for the crises in the world H believes that if there are concessions to he made the Soviets inafie them Past statements of JEiseubower indicate he tendsto agree with de Gaulle on this issue The fourth leader Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of West Ger He Got Answers Even TV Script Van Doren Says Candidates End Campaigning GOP Predicts County Margin Of 30000 Democrats See Gains many will not attend the summit conference with Khrushchev WARNS ALLIES At the Paris conference Bonn sources indicate Adenauer will Delaware County emerged from a political campaigning weekend today with candidates matching blow for blow in advance of the final bout on Election Day With a 4tol registration in its favor the Eepublican party is looking toward a 30000 vote mar gin for its county candidates But a far from inactive Democratic Drganization is talking in terms of victory in a dozen or more bor oughs and townships For while GOP County Chairman John F Cramp was predicting Republican victory his Democrat ic counterpart Charles J Hepburn Jrwas ticking off the communi ties in which at least some Demo crats would wind up on top He specifically cited the Chester pike areas of Folcroft Glenolden Norwood and Ridley Township Aston Brookhaven Chester City Chester Township Lower and Up per Chichester Clifton Heights Darby Borough and a couple of wards in Upper Darby At stake in boroughs and town ships of school directors auditors counciimeh justices of the peace and supervisors TOP CONTEST The county fight is highlighted by the contest over the judgeship The incumbent Allen S Olmsted 2nd is a Democrat who ascended to the bench last November by way of former Gov Leaders ap pointment He is seeking to re Vote Limited In This Case Electors can vote for only TWO candidates for Delaware County commissioner in Tues days election the Delaware County League of Women Vot ers pointed out today This is the law to insure mi nority representation on the three man commission but the LWV called attention to an error in Its nonpartisan voters guide which instructs electors to vote for three commissioner candidates Although three commissioners are to be elected you can vote for only two candidates The the error after publication of its guide too late to correct the bulletins which provide bio graphical sketches and the can dlates position on issues confine himself to discussions of tajn seat on the basis of his Eben H Jones president of township commissioners said the service station bill was delayed temporarily with some other bills to help preserve the townships cash balance but is expected to be approved for payment at the next meeting items can get them back by call ing the cemetery office In most parts of the county po lice reported it was the quietest Halloween night in years No jor acts of vandalism were re ported Trick and treaters were out in hordes Saturday ringing thou sands of doorbells and running off with bags stuffed with goodies LOOT WAS HEAVY Most got treats In fact one ob server reported seeing two young sters in the Swarthmore Woods development in Ridley Township packing bags so full they could hardly carry them In Aston some residents icport ed they were pretty well fed up with the doorbell ringers They didnt mind Friday Night Saturday night wasnt too bad But Sunday was too and it wasnt the kiddies In some sectionsadults startet ringing doorbells at 8 am Sun See PRANKSTERS Page the German and West Berlin prob lems He has warned the Western allies his government would not accept any summit decisions det rimental to German interests The Western summit meeting will follow by only a couple of days a meeting of the North At lantic Treaty Council Dec 1517 The council meetings will be at tended by Secretary of State Christian A Herter Secretary of Defense Neil H McElroy and Sec etary of the Treasury Robert B derson from the United States along with their counterparts from he other countries Quiz Show 4Ace5 Bares j His Story Admits False Jury Testimony WASHINGTON AP Charles Van Doren his boyish face drawn and his eyes bloodshot confessed today he followed script in giving the apparently impromptu an swers which made him a TV quiz show celebrity I was deeply involved in a de ception Van Doren toldHouse investigators He also confessed he gave false testimony to a New York grand jury investigating the quiz shows The youthful professor intellec tual scion of a noted literary fam ily admitted he had given the wrong answers in denying pre viously the show on which he won was rigged in his favor OWN QUIZ SHOW Van Dorens appearance before the House subcommittee conduct ing its ownquiz into TV question and answer programs was as dra matic as his weekly displays of mental wizardry on the since abol TwentyOne The hear ing room was packed as Van Doren entered from a side door to evade reporters and photographers Only those who could squeeze in to the chamber were able to see Hook Cops Nab 30 More Drivers MARCUS HOOK Police nab ed another 30 errant drivers who gnored detour barriers here Sat urday and Sunday bringing total arrests for this offense to 99 since last Tuesday Post road 10th street through the Hook is open only to east bound traffic with the westbound lane closed off because of a road cavein resulting from a water record and the sitting judge principle He is opposed by Thomas A Curran Chester attorney former state legislator who also served two terms as Delaware Countys recorder of deeds Next in line of interest is the contest for county commissioners Three are to be elected from the slate of two Republicans and two Democrats Each voter may vote for just two The Democrats are Joseph J Helyenek of Upper Darby and Wil liam HWelsh of Swarthmore The Republicans are G Robert Wat kins of Birmingham Township and Albert H Swing of Radnor Town ship OTHER CONTESTS Other posts and their candidates on the countywide level are Re corder of A Dunn Joseph E Pappano dis trict attorney Francis R Lord Jacques H Fox county Schuppert J Warren Bullen Jr prothono C Kraft Howard F Reed Jr county surveyor John M Dickey H Gilroy Damon In addition the voters will have a chance to express their opinions provides for annual instead of bi ennial sessions of the General As sembly the second proposes an increase in the borrowing capacity of school districts and the third would change residence require ments for voters Two state judgeships will also be decided Michael J Eagan D is opposing Blair F Gunther R for the post of judge of the state supreme court and Harry M Montgomery D is running against Albert Johnson R for the superior court post main break in front of the Ameri can Viscose plant Police Chief Ernest Fleming said the barricades are marked plainly and there is no excuse for drivers ignoring the signs NEXT WEEK HOLY CROSS Senator Snooper Understatement of year You know if this keeps up ing to have a big family a local man said to his wife after she gave birth to their Uth Swarthmore Downs SMU Hit by Car Injuries to GirlFatal TRAINER Gloria Jean Klein 4 of 4338 Post Rd died at am Sunday in Chester Hospital of head and internal injuries re ceived here Friday when she was struck and dragged 30 feet by a car in front of her home She was the second of four chil dren of Mr and Mrs James E Klein and was the first traffic fa Sec GIRL Page 4 on three proposed amendments to the state constitution The first Van Doren relate the details of a personal ordeal in which he wres tled with his conscience and final ly bowed to a producers urging that he rehearse the baffling ques tions and answers which made him famous The hearing under House rules was neither televised nor broad cast Before reading a statement prepared in Doren asked for a glass of water he told all He followed a script admitted the young professor who became the best known of all big money winners in the heyday of quiz shows He was coached on mannerisms He was cautioned against spill ing out the answers BUILT UP SUSPENSE He hesitated and grimaced be fore the cameras he said to build up suspense Van Daren said he is now ag grieved that he gave in to the per suasive arguments of Albert Freedman a producer ot the show he was creating new re spect for the teaching profession and that after all it was only en tertainment for the millions of TV viewers I learned a lot about good and evil Van Doren said and I learned that things are not always the way they appear to be BUT NEGOTIATORS TALK child Amusements Bridge Classified Ads Comics Crossword Puzzle Deaths Editorials Horoscope Junior Editors School Page Sports Television Womens Section 19 24 2123 2425 24 421 fi 25 24 10 16171819 7 89 TIMES TELEPHONES Want Ads TR 45252 Other NEW Swarthmore Col lege defeated Southern Methodist University in a bowl game here Sunday 160105 Next week the Swarthmore team takes Holy Cross If vic torious at that time Swarthmore may move into Big Ten competi tion against Ohio State Whats all this No not football Swarthmores football team lost to little Wesley an Saturday This was a fourstudent team ol Swarthmore scholars competing against the brains of SMU Its a weekly TV show Channel 10 The game is designed to lest the ability of college students to recall important andsomenolso imnortant facts Viewers less erudite than the panel members found it difficult to follow the questions that were answered correctly But among the queries fumbled Postponed Grid Games on Today Five Delaware County scholas tic football games were post poned from Saturday until this afternoon Heres the lineup for today Springfield at Haverford 2 Eddyslonc at Ridley Park 2 Plymouth Whitcmarsh at RMtey Township Yeadon at ColUngdale Interhoro at Chicbester by the Swarthmore team were How many weys on a piano Who were the Great Engineer and he Happy Warrior What was the big musical hit written by Shep Wooley Who were the Seven Blocks of Granite The answers in the same order Eightyeight Herbert Hoover and Al Smith the Purple People Eater and a rockribbed line for Ford ham Universitys football team in 1937 Members of the Swarthmore team are Peter Smith Swartlv more Philip Mombergcr Yeadon Anne Browncll New York City and Ann Singlclerry Bethcsda Md The Swarlhmore team jumped into a quick 7010 lead boosted a halftime advantage of 10740 and withstood a late SMU rally to win going away Another question miffed by the Swarthmore team must have net led longtime members of the Swarthmore faculty It concerned the identity of a former president of Benes Bcnes was a commencement speaker at Swarthmore shortly be fore World War H Ordered to Leave DAMASCUS Syria AP The Iraqi government today ordered the second secretary of the United Arab Republic Embassy to leave Iraq within 24 hours Baghdad ra dio announced that Premier Abdel Karim Kassems government had declared him a nongrala New Investment Column Today The Daily Investor a straight forward expertly in formed column of qucslionami answcr advice on readers in vestment problems will become a regular fivetimcsaweck fea ture of the Daily Times starting today Tlic writer William A Doyle is a past member of the board of governors of the New York Financial Writers Assn and has been a financial reporter for the New York WorldTelegram and San since 1951 In The Daily Investor Doyle wastes neither time nor space fat generalities Readers ask him specific ques tions about specific securities that they own or are contem plating purchasing and he gives his frank opinion on the strengths and weaknesses of their holdings and the proposed additions thereto in the light of such information about their present situation and future aims as they have mentioned The first column appears on page 3 McDonald Sees Little Hope in Steel Talks WASHINGTON nego ialors for both sides in the Ill dayold steel strike met separate y today with federal mediators but David J McDonald President of the United Steelworkers of erica found little hope for an early agreement McDonald complained to news men that many of the top steel company officials were not pres ent I dont think a summit confer ence could be held if the presi dents and premiers were not pres ent Nothing can happen if they sulk in their homos and their of fices he said DECLINES COMMENT R Conrad Cooper executive vice president of US Steel Corp and leader of the management ne gotiating team declined to com ment or make any appraisal of prospects for an agreement Were here to find out he said Joseph F Finnegan chief of the Federal Mediation and Concilia tion Service met first with union negotiators Federal mediators moved back nto the strike picture shift ng the deadlocked negotiations rom Pittsburgh to Washington a day before the Supreme Court is o hear arguments in the govern ments suit to halt the strike with an SOday TaftHarlley Act injunc tion McDonald said he figured that if some of the great bankers would give the signal to the Sloughs and the Whites and the iomers etc it wouldnt take long to reach a Kaisertype settle ment KAISER PACT The reference was to the sep arate peace negotiated between the Union and Kaiser Stel Corp a week ago EdgarF Kaiser said Sunday he expects a final agree ment will be reached ultimately which will not be far different from the Kaiser settlement terms You see what happens when a principal is involved McDonald said of the agreement with Kai ser   

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