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Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 7, 1959, Chester, Pennsylvania COLD rill Wtalher Kcwt f TEMrEBATDRES THIS MQKNIKO 4 5 6 1 7 8 9 Delaware County FINAL 84th 58596 CHESTER PA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 1959 Seven Cents Supreme Court Upholds Injunction Ordering Steelworkers Back on Job COLLAPSE TAKES of a building under construction in Montreal took the lives of three men and injured 17 Friday Here rescue workers probe the ruins The collapse sent tons of hardened con crete crashing down About 50 men were working on the job AP Wirephoto BoysRob Bank Then Repent Stolen Cash Is Returned KRANZ SD AP Four high school boys dismissed from classes while their teachers at tended a convention interrupted a rabbit hunt Friday and robbed a bank of Thinking it over they returned to the scene of the holdup 10 min utes later gave the money back and waited for a deputy sheriff to arrest them States Atty Dean Sumner of Codington County said the robbery started off as a prank but turned serious when one of two 16year olds decided to go ahead with it on the spur of the moment The boy entered the Farmers State Bank in this northeastern South Dakota hamlet with a white handkerchief over his face and carrying a 22 calibre rifle An other 13 stood in the lobby his face covered by a stocking cap The rifleman ordered bank pres ident A J Turbak 60 to give me some money I didnt think he would shoot but he had threatened me and well you just never know Tur bak said Turbaks son Jerome 37 vice president of the bank opened a cash drawer and the 16yearold took a handful of and bills He and the younger boy ran out the door to a car occupied by the other boys 16 and 15 Sumner said the boys told him three of them convinced the one who held up Tnrbak to return the money After driving around the block they went back to the bank and gave the money back When a deputy sheriff arrived he found the foursome standing outside the bank waiting to be arrested Sumner said the boys had been rabbit hunting while schools were closed to permit teachers to at tend the South Dakota Education Assn convention Sumner said all four boys were members of good families at Watertown 10 miles west of here None has a prior record The four will be taken to juve nile court charged with an act of delinquency Sumner said The juvenile court judge will decide whether they will be prosecuted as adults or juveniles 1 Dead 14 Injured In Blinding Rain County Hard Hit as Mercury Drop Accompanies Downpour Rains which lashed Delaware County Friday night brought death to an elderly East Lansdowne man and injuries to 14 other mo torists in traffic accidents in the area A slicing north wind brought a savage end to the balmy wea ther at dusk and the nightlong downpour turned county roads in to slippery traps A steadily dropping mercury plunged from the high of 75 in the early part of the Friday to 37 at 9 am today It was expected to go to belowfreezing readings tonight The countys one fatabty attri buted to the blinding rain was William S Noyes 78 of 170 Penn Blvd East Lansdowne Accord ing to East Lansdowne police Noyes was on his way to a store on Long lane near his home at pm shortly after the heavy rain began He was struck by a car driven by Raymond Wood ruff 19 of 7025 Guilford Rd Up per Darby CAR SWERVED Woodruff told police that Noyes crossed in the middle of the block and that Woodruff swerved in a futile attempt to avoid hitting him In turning sharply Woodruffs car skidded into a car driven by John McKenna 37 of 636 Liltlecroft Rd Upper Darby Neither McKenna nor Woodruff were hurt Upper Darbys emergency pa See RAIN Page 4 MOVIE GREAT WAS 72 Coyle Trial Is Recessed PHILADELPHIA W trial of John Coyle charged with the murder of policeman James Kane has been recessed until Monday because the defendant is ill Judge David L Ullman orderd the recess Friday after Dr E A Celebre of the City Dispensary reported that Coyle 24 was suf fering from an acute upper res piratory virus infection BamKOs Grid Games For the second Saturday in a row ole Jupe Pluvius threw a monkey wrench into the scholas tic football schedule locally Both morning tilts listed for today Darby at Swarthmore and Nether Providence at Lans downe Aldan were postponed until Monday at pm Also postponed was the Chl chester at Eddystone afternoon tilt It will also be played Mon day at No official word was received on the other schoolboy matches on tap for this afternoon as the schools were waiting until noon to make a decision Also a victim of the steady allnight downpour is the semi pro setto scheduled for tonight at Lloyd Field between Marcus Hook AC and Swedesboro NJ Efforts are being made to ar range a meeting for Wednesday Red Agreement MOSCOW Holland and the Soviet Union have signed new trade agreement calling fo the exchange of 750 million dol lars worth of goods during 1960 Fear 32 Climbers Are Lost Vanished 3 Weeks Ago KATMANDU Nepal AP My husband has climbed moun tains for 20 years said the wife of Hideko Kato He would no lose out to a blizzard But while Mrs Kato refused to believe the worst at the couple home in Japan Nepal official held out little hope for the veteran climber and 31 members of hi Mt Gauri Sankar expedition They vanished more than three weeks ago while trying to seal the forbidding face of the 23400 foot Himalayan mountain named for the Hindu god of destruction NEVER CONQUERED Mt Gauri Sankar which strad dies the NepalTibet border 2 miles northeast of this Sherpa vil lage never has been conquerec It was feared that Kato his tw Japanese companions and 29 Ne palese porters perished in biiz zards and avalanches that swep the mountain last month Katos party lias not been hear from since leaving its base cam 18000 feet up the mountain Tw porters were left at the camp an one of them brought word her Friday of the disappearance A ground search got under way immediately but Nepal govern ment officials said it might take 10 days to reach Gauri Sankar An air search also is expected to begin shortly Indian planes probably will not participate how ever because of current border disputes between India and Com munist China Douglas Dissents Vote 81 Cooling Off Period Legal WASHINGTON AP The Su reme Court today upheld an in unction ordering striking steel vorkers back to the mills Tne ruling means the 500000 Iriking steelworkers must return o their jobs for an 80day cooling off under emergency provisions of the TaftHartley Act 116 DAYS OLD The ruling came on the 116th day of the strike The court action makes the day cooling off period effective this morn ng The action was announced in a ivepage unsigned opinion hand ed to newsmen in the courts press room shortly after 9 a high y unusual hour for announcement of any court action Justice William O Douglas tvrote a 14page dissenting opinion The courts vote thus was 81 The majority opinion said the coolingoff provision of the Taft Hartley law as applied here is not violative of the constitutional imitation prohibiting courts from exercising powers of a legslatlve or executive nature powers not capable of being conferred upon a court exercising solely the ju dicial power of the United States The opinion noted that the un See STEEL Page 2 Probers to Turn Searchlights on The Disc Jockeys Moscows Parade Is Brief McLaglen Dies MOSCOW AP Moscow to day celebrated the 42nd anniver sary of the Bolshevik Revolution in a festive mood with the short est military parade ever stagec for the big holiday The word peace is eviden everywhere both in speech anc signs throughout the Sovie Union said Moscow radio three days of merrymaking go underway KEYNOTE ADDRESS In the keynote address at a Rec Square rally Defense Minisle Marshal Rodion Malinovsk praised Premier Nikita Khrush chevs world disarmament propo sals to the United Nations But he also said that the Sovie Union will maintain a state c high military preparedness unt the proposals are accepted an all US foreign bases are liquidal ed The 20minute military parad contained nothing spectacularl new in equipment according t Western military attaches The civilian demonstration th followed included a display miniature sports cars This wa the first time such cars had eve appeared in a Red Square parad NIKITA CHEERED Thousands of athletes and othe civilian groups participating in th parade cheered Khrushchev an other government and party lead ers atop the mammoth mauso leum HOLLYWOOD Calif AP Victor McLaglen one of the mov ies alltime roughtough actors and Academy Award winner died today He was 72 Picture on Page 4 The Londonborn actor died from heart disease at Ins home at nearby Newport Beach after an illness of six weeks His widow son Andy and daughter Sheila were at the bed side when death came McLaglen who won hisOscar in 1935 for one of the screens classic performances as The In had been fairly inactive in recent years His last job was in a Rawhide TV show which his son produced McLagleu also was nominated or a supporting actors Academy in 1952 for The Quiet Man like The Informer a itory of Ireland The son of the Anglican Bishop of Clarcmont McLaglen grew up n South Africa where his father was stationed for many years After serving in Woild War I McLaglen first became a profes sional boxer but later went on the stage where he soon developed in to one of the top portrayers of roughtalking types His stage work brought him into British movies in which he became a star He came to America dur ing the movies silent era and made Beau Gestc and What Price Glory Later he and actor Edmund Lowe teamed up as the raucus hellraising soldiers ol World War I Capt Flagg and the Sgt Quirt that were box office avorites in the late 20s The series continued into alking era In The McLaglen gave one of the most stirring pcr ormances in movie history Di rector John Ford later recalled how he had tricked McLaglen into playing one scene to perfection Just before Vic was to do his amous confession scene telling how he had informed to the Black and Tan on one of the leaders of the Irish rebellion we had a drink ing scene in a bar room I insisted that real whisky be used instead of the customary ice tea or soft drinks When Vic had had enough of the real stuff I ordered the dramatic confession scene Vic mumbled his lines just the way wanted them mumbled Senator Snooper One Delaware County father complains that his daughter no longer believes in Santa Claus but his xvife docs Amusements Bridge Churches Classified Ads Comics Crossword Puzzle Deaths Edan Wright Editorials Horoscope In Service Junior Editors Sports Womens Section 17 22 8 I H21 22 23 22 4 1H 10 6 23 22 22 16 18 10 COPTER SALES PROSPECT Vertol Makes Offer to Nikita MORTON Soviet Premier Ni kita Khrushchev will be riding around in a Mortonmade helicop er one of these days if Vertol Aircraft Corp has its way Krush was intrigued fay Vmerican copters during his re ent visit to the United States and has made presentations to he Russian embassy in Washing on Vertol officials said they hope to sell the Soviet leader a V44 heli opter a 15passenger aircraft in he transportation model which is eing used on commercial flights by New York Airways Krushchevs son Sergi rode in an Army H21 Vertols military version of the V44 on an aerial tour over Manhattan when he ac companied his parents on their American visit The Vertol sales proposal has been forwarded to Moscow ac cording to Associated Press re ports from Washington Vladimir S Alkhimov Russian embassy commercial counselor is in charge of the negotiations for a USmade copter Vertol is competing with Sikor sky Aircraft Division of United Aircraft Corp in Stratford Conn for the Russian business Khrush chev rode in Sikorsky helicopters of the Marinee Corps with Presi dent Eisenhower and reportedly was very interested in the craft The AP said the Soviet embas sy with permission of the US State Department also is actively negotiating with Sikorsky who has sent a sales offer to Moscow Igor Sikorsky noted aeronauts cal engineer who designed the Si korsky helicopter and is creditec with inventing the first successful copter is a native of Russia al though he has been an American citizen many years In This Issue Taking a Nap TOKYO 16yearold boy was charged with attempted rob bery today after Japans lop mov ie actress Fujtko Yamamoto found him taking a nap in her home He said he was just resting before ransacking the place TV Programs Nov 7 Through Nov 14 Three Vehicles Kill Man 73 NEW YORK dif ferent vehicles struck Pietro Liga 73 as he tried to cross a street in Staten Island Friday night He died of his injuries Police said a car hit him first as he dashed across the street in Promotion Under Fire Skullduggery Is Charged WASHINGTON AP A Housa subcommittee is ready to sweep its searchlight from the tainted world of TV quiz shows to an other phase of show business disc jockeys and song pluggers Charges of skullduggery and bribery in promotion of records particularly on disc jockey shows on TV and radio have been re ceived by the House Legislative Oversight subcommittee Certain charges have been made to the subcommittee and we shall look into them chief coun sel Robert W Lishman told a re porter Friday night REFUSES TO SAY He refused to say whether this is one of the things Chairman Oren Harris DArk had in mind when he announced the inquiry will be expended into other television practices However one report so far unconfirmed had it that disc jockeys and sales promotion of popular music records will be the chief target of the new inquiry Lishman confirmed that among other tilings subcommittee inves tigators plan to look into allega tions of bribing of disk jockeys to promote new popular records The subcommittee also is ex pected to take a penetrating look at TV and radio advertising com mercials and at the practice of undercover cash payments for plugs of persons or products on TV shows Harris said the subcommittee will meet again Dec 9 to plot it future activities The final witness Friday CBS President Frank Stanlon said we believe that legislation is no cureall for these ills and that the primary responsibility lies with the broadcasting industry itself CBS is moving forward in that conviction Before adjourning the quiz show hearings Harris inserted in the record a letter and memorandum himself to his hands and knees another car struck him pursuit of a bus As he raised charging commercial bribery in Ki promotion of music Both came from Burton Lane president of the This blow catapulted Liga under American Guild of Authors and the bus Its wheels crushed him Composers POLICE SERGEANT SHIFTED Election Reprisal TIMES TELEPHONES Want Ads TR 45252 Other Calls TR 66161 NORWOOD Sgt Joseph A Bous Norwood Boroughs award winning policeman has been as signed to duty on the grave yard shift It was reported that the assign ment posted Friday in the police 22 istation is an election reprisal Police Chief Thomas MacFarlinc reportedly posted tho notice on an order from William Tozer Councilman Paul Christiansen chairman of the police committee declared Ill fighl this every inch of the way He called the assignment a disgrace According to the new roster the police chief will work a steady 8 am to 4 pm shift Patrolmen Paul Stolz and Raymond Dough erty are scheduled to work a per manent 4 pm to midnight shift Bous is listed to work Uie mid night to 8 am shift Previously the men worked revolving shifts Christiansen said he was not in formed of the change in shifts un til late Friday The councilman said he was not contacted by the burgess The police chairman said the change in shifts will come up for debate a Wednesday nights coun cil meeting Christiansen said nothing can be done until then and added I dont think the bur gess will get far with this out rageous action Bous and the burgess have been at odds for some time Twice the sergeant who received the outstanding policeman of the year award of tho Delaware County Police Chiefs Assn in 1955 has been suspended by Tozer In December 1058 Tozcr sus pended Bous for two days for disobedience of orders and insol ence Council renistated the ser geant Bous was injured in a di ner fracas in February 1959 while on duty He was on the injured list for four months The owner of the diner accused Bous of four charges of miscon duct He was cleared of the mis conduct charges last June 26 in a hearing before council Bous a member of the police force for seven years received the police award for his part in the capture of a burglar fieeins a Tinicum service station Bous wounded the fugitive in the shoul der He was promoted to the rank of sergeant in June 1958 Christiansen a Republican said Tozer a Democrat has been riding Bous too long The police chairman said he fought against the misconduct charges leveled at Bous and recommended that I the sergeant be reinstated after jlhc burgess suspension for dis 1 obedience
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