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Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 5, 1959, Chester, Pennsylvania CLOUDY Fill Weather TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING 4 I 5 6 7 8 I 9 Delaware County FINAL 84th 58594 CHESTER PA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 51959 Seven Cents In Steel HEY DOUG WAKE a collie dog wno kept 3yearold Douglas Sizer of Whitinsville Mass warm Tuesday night when the child was lost in the woods is rewarded by visit to youngster recuperating in hospital today Doug was found Wednesday two miles from home He told searchers he had a good sleep in the woods with Ruffy Here Ruffy puts paws on bed then cant resist nuzzling child who woke up long enough for sleepy smile at pet AP Wirephoto Firemen Ablaze With Fresh Dispute Motions Shower Like Emhers At AstonBeechwood Session Work Changes Major Issue WASHINGTON AP Federal mediators said today management and union officials are in an absolute deadlock on a key issue in the steel strike This is the industrys insistence on the right to change working conditions it considers wasteful or inefficient David J McDonald United Steelworkers general presi dent and top negotiator for his side has served notice that it would be accepted only over my dead body MAJOR ISSUE Many observers view it as the major issue in the costly nation wide strike now in its 114th day Both sides have adamantly told us there is no present hope of a compromise on that issue a spokesman for the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Serv ice told a reporter Company negotiators have con tended that only by gaining more efficiency through changing the work rules can the companies af ford to grant any wage increases and other benefits asked by the union without adding to inflation But the union contends rules changes would eliminate worker gains made over the years The union challenges the companies argument that the rules have re sulted in unnecessary work as signments AN HOUR Before they struck steel work ers were averaging an hour The mediator spokesman said the negotiations at this stage are more an effort to cjarify various issues than really to bargain He added that he could not predict when the situation would be re versed The negotiations stood in recess at least until Friday as both sides awaited the Supreme Courts de cision on whether to sustain a TaftHartley law injunction order ing the 500000 striking steel workers back to their jobs for 80 days The court gave no hint as to when it would announce its ruling Probers Call Heads Of Two Major Networks Mail Pours In Favoring Van Doren Also Plugs Quiz Show Continuance NEW YORK and CBS report mail and telegram sentiment in favor of continuance of television uiz shows The cor espondeire also has brought expressions of affection for Charles Van Doren the admit tedly coached TV star The bulk of it was received roways Today Van by Dave Gar show where else might be said about him James Martin former AstonBeechwood fire chief has grit This was only one of the im pressions that emerged as the fiery battle of the Auxiliary was fanned anew Wednesday night There was as much commotion as there were a jumble of mo tions in the stormy session By the end of the evening the fire company without an Auxiliary since even sure il still had a president But to get back to the intrepid Mr Martin Martin had just finished saying that the Ladies Auxiliary banned from the firehouse after a contro versty last June could never come back when he was asked by fire company member Michael Imperatrice husband of the pres ident of the Ladies Which is most important 44 women with and a willin ness to work or James Martin STANDS GROUND James Martin didnt flinch Not only was he more important he said but he asserted that no women should be allowed in the fire company for a jear To settle it for once and for all Martin made a motion to that effect The only trouble was that i Senator Snooper Middle age is the period in a mans life when he stops won dering how he can escape temp tation and starts wondering if hes missing any Amusements Bridge Classified Ads Comics Crossword Puzzle Deaths Editorials Horoscope In Service Junior Editors Patterns School Page Snorts Television Womens Section TIMES TELEPHONES Want Ads TR 45252 Other Calls 66161 2 38 3137 38 39 38 34 4 fi 39 31 38 23 IS 24 2629 7 11 15 came on the heels of a motion which had been made by James Saville chief engineer to accept the ladies back into the fire com pany That said Anthony Hamp meant two motions were on the floor at the same time Then Huey Diamond made It three by moving that the meeting be adiourned Finally President Frank Clineff anged his gavel duplicated Dia monds motion for adjournment and stalked out Hamp still unhappy over CHn s similar performance at the ast meeting of the fire company ried to pull together a rump ses ion by making a motion to re open the meeting But the firemen exhausted from he evenings battle refused to stay and followed in Clineffs foot teps out the door As a postscript to the situa ion some of the firemen were rendering today whether Clineffs walkout automatically vacated he office of president Meanwhile the Ladies Auxiliary vas itself split by the controversy and 24 women out of the 68 have resigned These 24 it was explain ed at the Wednesday night meet ing were willing to work as an auxiliary any lime Somehow their generous offer got lost in the shuffle Injun Hot Weather Wont Last Delaware Countians were get ting a real dose of Indian summer today as temperatures moved to the mid70s for the first time in more than a month However traditional autumn will be on the way back Friday local forecast ers promised Todays expected Doren was a commentator until ousted by N CBS and NBC the networks which nurtured and nipped the TV quiz boom said today that com munications about TV quiz pro grams generally was streaming in too fast for complete tabula tion 468 FAVOR THEM NBC reporting on a tally of its latest 625 letters said 468 favorec continuation of the quiz shews 12J were critical of such entertain ment and 28 were mrleterminate A CBS spokesman said A large majority of the mai favors continuation of this type of show They enjoy them aix would like to see them kept on th air there is some way of doing t CBS said that while the big ma ority favored continued quiz shows most writers also aude he policy laid down recently bv CBS President Frank Stanton of authenticity of its presentations Some writers suggested quiz shows without the huge prizes or avish gifts NBC said its corres pondence in addition to showing continued devotion to quiz shows also showed public backing for Van Doren Hes still a hero a spokesman said Garroway said he himself has received about 2000 letters and more than 300 telegrams all the latter in the wake of Van Dorens admissions to House investigators and all but one favoring Van Doren The bulk voiced warm compas sion and unstemmed fondness most of them urging Van Dorens HELD IN BANK ROBBERY cer helps a woman identified as Lavern Collier 42 a former mental pa tient who police said robbed a Kansas City Kan bank of Wednesday without showing a weapon The bank teller obeyed the womans command to An offihand over some money but pressed an Irene alarm Mrs Collier was arrested an hour later while walking down a street She was held under bond after ar raignment on a federal charge of bank robbery AP Wirephoto reinstatement Garroway said Garroway himself on his show Wednesday had delivered an emo tionchoked salute of loyalty to Van Doren as still a beloved friend despite his mistakes high temperature of a few degrees from 7b is only he record 78 for this date set in 1948 Southerly winds a rarity at this time of year blew warmth into this area at the rate of 15 to 25 miles an hour Showers associated with this warm air will start to night and continue until the an ticipated change of air Friday This means temperatures prob ably will get up to 70 degrees again tomorrow before the arrival of a cold front that will reverse the weather trend The approaching front is asso ciated with a low pressure sys tem that was centered today over lower Lake Michigan It was scheduled to move northeastward sweeping a new air mass along with it Behind the low is a high pressure system over the north ern Rocky Mountains that is car rying a heavy load of cold air This Cat Bloivs In Double Time CHESTER With profession al ease a member of the cool school put a sax on his hip and blew Wednesday The scene however was not a jazz den but a music store at 923 Edgmont Ave The own er Don Ramos told police the sax valued at was on dis play in a front window The calm thief walked hi tucked the instrument beneath his topcoat and fled He ran north on Edgmont avenue and turned east onto 10th street Ramos loW Investigating of fkcrs he was in a rear room when the theft occurred THOR ATLAS JUPITER ALL FIRED Missile Power CAPE CANAVlvVL course many times duringjrons are scheduled for early dr The big three of US missilery lengthy research and developmentlivery to NATO forces Two will Airman 22 Faces Life In Slaying Pretty Airline Clerk Victim MLUII Fla 22year old New York Airman faces a life prison sentence for first degree murder in the slaying of a pretty young airline clerk A male jury Wednesday night convicted Joseph F Shea of Wood haven LI NY in the death last February of Mary Meslener 24 The jurys recommendation of mercy makes a life sentence man datory Ah Air Force psychiatrist testi fied that Shea confessed the mur der but Sheas attorney called his client a pathological liar and said the confession was worthless Lt Col Arthur W Brown said Shea had a behavior disorder bul was sane when he questioned him last May at Eglin Air Force Base Brown said Shea told him he was surprised by Mrs Meslener as he rifled her car at Miami International Airport that he knocked her out and drove away with her and pulled a gun when she later came to and began screaming He said he only meant to frighten her but the gun went off Brown testified and Jumkr ofi programs here jgo to Italy one to Turkey Eaoh The United States has declaredsquadron has 13 of the deadly Albs fectively demonstrated this na j lions rocket retaliatory power in jthe past two days All three were launched on long range test flights during a 20hour period Officials reported all suc cessfully dropped simulated war heads on designated ocean tarcs The intermediate range Thor blasted off Tuesday night on a 1500mile journey The Atlas took off on an intercontinental ranpre flight of 4800 miles Wednesday and the Jupiter 1RBM sped 1500 miles down the Atlantic missile range Wednesday night Successful flights are nothing new to this fiery trio of military all three operational and their current test programs are de signed to improve their accuracy and reliability Combatready Atlases and Thors are noised on launching pads abroad Jupiters soon will inin them to provide America with one of its greatest war A few Atlases are stationed at Vandcnbcrg Air Force Base Calif Several more Atlas oases arc being constructed through the western United States The missile has a range of 6300 miles Four squadrons of Thors are assigned to NATO troops in Eng blockbusters They have coveredland Three Army Jupiter squad GOP Sees Little To Cheer About Tuesday Results Indicate They Wont Regain Control of House Ask Report Of Plans to Bar Fraud CBS NBC Deny Rigging Roles WASHINGTON AP investigators asked the nations two largest television networks to day for a report on what is being done to keep deceit and fraud off the TV screen To get the answer the Legislative Oversight subcommit tee summoned Robert president of the National Broad casting Co and Dr Frank Stan ton president of the Columbia Broadcasting Systm Both men have insisted the net works had no part in the rigging of TV quiz shows and that they themselves were duped by the pro gram producers PAYMENTS Before questioning Kintner and Stanton however the subcommit tee arranged to inquire a bit fur ther into allegations of under cover payments to quiz show offi cials in exchange for some com mercial plugs Subcommitee Chairman Oren Harris DArk scheduled testi mony from Joseph Gates an early director of the illfated Question quiz program and Max Levine press agent for an Allen town Pa department store Max Hess owner of the told Wednesday night of paying to get an employe on the J64000 Question show in 1955 so he could plug Hess store The employe Kenneth Hoffer missed his third question and won no money But Hess said he did not consider his own payment wasted because of publicity ha received TO THE TOP In announcing that Kintner and Stanton have been called to testi fy Harris said the subcommittee felt it necessary to go to the top echelon to get the whole picture of the quiz scandals CBS following the subcommit tees initial round of hearings last month banned all big money quiz and giveaway shows and out lawed what it termed other de ceitful program practices NBC refused to go along In scrapping all quiz programs but pledged that it has taken steps to prevent fraud The testimony of the two net work chiefs was expected to wind up the current phase of the con gressional probe WASHINGTON AP The Republicans analysis of Tues days local elections gives them little encouragement for hopes of regaining control of the House in I960 Although the scattered elections offered little advance light on next years contest for the presidency with some exceptions they seemed to reconfirm today a situation disappointing to the GOP The Republicans still are hurt ing politically in the cities Their own strategists had said an urban revolt fed the Democratic con gressional landslide in 1058 Officially leaders of both par ties claimed the results augured well for their side Democratic Chairman Paul M Butler said the elections reaf firmed what he called a mandate given his party in 1958 and dem noteworthy comeback only In up state New York cities There Gov Nelson A Rockefeller took a per sional paign control Republicans replaced nine Dem ocratic mayors in the state while osing contiol of four cit halls This was interpreted generally as an indication that Rockefellers state income tax increase was not as unpopular as the Democrats iupposed Outside of New York however hc Republican picture bore most iy a gloomy int onstratcd health of the vigorous the Democratic good Party Nov 17 weapons Although many U S officials concede this nation trails the So viet Union in developing powerful space rockets they believe the Iwo countries are even in the bal listic missile field Two other American ballistic missiles the Titan ICBM and Polaris submarine weapon are experiencing test difficulties Both however are expected to be added to the operational defense arsenal next year Testing will begin in 1960 on two solidfuel ballistic rockets the 700mile Pcrshing and the 5000 mile Minuteman as it prepares the momentous campaign of 1960 Sen Thruston B Morton the Republican national chair jman sized it up this way Formal sentencing Is scheduled j Modest Republican net gains in New York New Jersey Pennsyl vania Massachustts and Ohio Roughly a standoff in Connects cut In Indiana Republicans had a statewide gain of six mayoralties but despite this net figure showed net losses in cities of 25000 and over In my own state of Kcnutcky Assassins Riddle Frankic Shots NEW YORK assas sins pumped bullets into gambler j an crpected Democratic split did Frank Frankie Shots Abbatcjnot materialize and the Democrats marco as he lay wounded on a Brooklyn barroom floor Wednes day night won the election according to form All in all I think the Republi They looked closely at their cans have every reason to look victim to make sure he was down to stay Then they walked out of the tavern Abbalemarco 59 died a short time later in a hospital without regaining consciousness Police rounded up a number of men for questioning The killerr wore handkerchief masks The tavern owner said he did not recognize confidently toward 1960 Republicans long ago gave up any practical hope of regaining control of the Senate next year They believed however if they could increase their urban strength a win by their presidcn tial nominee could bring the House back under their management But Tuesdays returns indicated hand in to return successful Auburn to cam GOP Refugee Drive HONOLULU Jigme Norbu AP Thubten elder brother of Tibets Dalai Lama arrived by plane from New York Wednesday night to raise funds for 25000 Ti betan refugees from Chinese com munism Parkside Draiv Is Possibility MEDIA COURTHOUSE A drawing will be held to decide the election for a borough coun cil seat In Parksidc if official returns show the two candidates still tied at 407 votes Unofficial returns gave Demo crat Paul F Cawlcy and In cumbent Republican Leonard T W Southby 407 votes each in local election Tuesday Today the County Election Bureau announced it will con duct a drawing here in the presence of both candiates to determine the winner if the of ficial tabulation matches unof ficial figures Republicans won all offices In he Parkside election Including two other council seats REVISED RETURNS 300 More for Eyre Gorbey Is 2nd High CIIESTKR Revision of unof ficial election returns today gave Mayor Eyre another 300 votes to boost his total to 12817 Tabu lation of the unofficial figures ac cidentally credited Eyre with only 34 instead of 334 votes in Ihe 2nd Ward 5th Precinct Revision of the figure also gave James Gorbey reelected city councilman another 165 voles This boosted his total to 12463 making him the second highest ranking local candidate in the city election Ihe Republicans were staging a Transposed figures In the urns gave Gorbey only 291 voles in he 7th Ward 4th Precinct in stead of 456 votes The corrected figures boost his total to 19 voles more than Councilman M Lawr cnre Comisiak who received 12 444 votes as the third lushest local candidate in the Tuesday ballot H was pointed out that all the figures listed in the Daily Times on Wednesday were tabulated by the newspaper and official results tabulated by the County Election Bureau may show lifferences leased when up some other they are re V
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