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   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 10, 1959, Chester, Pennsylvania                                FAIR Full Weather 2 TEMPUATOEEI THIS MOKN1NO 4 5 6 1 7 j 8 9 110 111 Delaware County FINAL 84th 58598 CHESTER PA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1959 Seven Cents Blizzard Causes Crash Of US Jets 4 Fliers Die Guard rail holds this trailer broke loose from the tractor causing it from tippingover on its side in north to sway to the side of the highway The bound traffic lane of the Southeast Ex pressway near Neponset Circle in Bos ton Monday The driver John Tighe of Arlington Mass told police his trailer guard rail prevented the trailer from rolling down the embankment AP Wirephoto Wife Stabs Bob Crosby In Ruckus She Suffers Broken Rib HOLLYWOOD AP Im no tvifebeater I didnt lay a finger on my wife So says Bob Crosby Bings 46 yearold brother in flatly deny ing his wifes assertion that he beat her Saturday night and that she stabbed him with a letter opener in selfdefense Crosby suffered a gashed shoulder His wife June 39 said one of her ribs was broken in the quarrel The incident occurred only a few hours after the bandleader TV personality had played golf with Vice President Richard M Nixon Crosby said his wife flew into a rage when he askec her where their three boys were and she didnt know Mrs Crosby told newsmen her husband was in a violent mood and wanted to fight with someone Both agreed that the incident marked the end of their 21year See WIFE Page 2 US Gives Warning On Cranberry Crop West Coast Product Believetl To Be Poison Contaminated High Court Denies Bid By Novak Step Nearer Electric Chair WASHINGTON Edward No vak convicted in the double slay ing of his Delaware County sweet heart and her mother was a step nearer the electric chair today as a result of a United States Supreme Court ruling The highest tribunal cf the land denied a hearing to the 56 yearold Novak convicted of mur der in the Delaware County Cour almost three years ago The killings on Feb 4 1955 were described by the Pennsyl vania Supreme Court as cruel heartless savage murders Novak gunned down his fian cee Ella Jones 42 and the fatally shot her mother Mrs Ka therine Jones 76 as they tried to flee the home all three oc cupied at 500 Fern St Darby At his subsequent trial in the Delaware County Court Novak who had pleaded insanity attack ed a court clerk with a razor Steel Flow Begins From US Furnaces 33 Per Cent OfWorkers Recalled Actor Pleads Guilty to Murder BRACKETTVILLE Tex AP M Smith 32 a movie extra from Hollywood pleaded guilty to murder Monday and was sentenced to 30 years in prison The jury nine women and three men returned a verdict in 10 min utes The sentence had been recommended by both the state and the defense Smith was accused of murder ing LeJean Ethridge 26 of Holly wood in a house she shared with him and three other male extras All were working on The Alamo being filmed near here Defense attorney Fred Semaan told the court Smith preferred to plead guilty rather than have some testimony made public WASHINGTON AP The gov eminent warns that part of the Vest Coast cranberry crop is con aminated by a weedkiller that can produce cancer in rats The warning brought a chorus of protests and denials from cran serry growers and crop experts With Thanksgiving coming up in a couple of weeks and Christmas not far off they are entering their biggest sales season Arthur S Flemming secretary of health education and welfare told a news conference Monday that parts of the 1958 and 1959 cranberry crop from Washington and Oregon were found to be con taminated He did not say how much might be affected or where it may be on sale No reason has been founc to suspect current crops from Wis ionsin New Jersey and Massa chusetts he said If the housewife cant determine vhere the berries come from and he year of the crop Flemming aid to be on the safe side she doesnt buy This brought an anguished cry rom the National Cranberry which markets the crop of many growers under the Ocean Ipray label First said Assn Vice Prcsi dent Ambrose E Stevens w can state that to the best of ou ad been used improperly and ome of it got into the cranber ies He stressed that proper use f the chemical is not dangerous Jersey j Berries I GetOK 1 blade and was shackled hand and foot during part of the proceed ings He was also gagged when his violence took the form of screaming while the trial was in process PROMPTS APPEAL PITTSBURGH AP A small quantity of newly made steel trickled from the furnaces of some mills today as the nations giant steel industry continued shaking off the effects of a crippling 116 day strike The amount of new steel was relatively small but it was a start toward the bigger production which the government sought in obtaining a TaftHartley injunction to end the strike and open the mills Steel works across the country began reopening Saturday a few hours after the US Supreme Court upheld the injunction that will keep the mills running for 80 days Only a handful of icn mostly maintenance workers startec work Saturday for the tedious job mills But by Mon day longidled steelmen were be ng recalled by the thousands as ronmaking blast furnaces and steelmaking open hearth furnaces were started cnowlcdge all cranberries in gro ceries and supermarkets today ar Dure and wholesome and untainted y any dangerous substance Second we are shocked that the US government has made public what we consider an in TRENTON N J W Jersey cranberries can sweeten Thanksgiving dinners without any langer to eaters says a Rutgers University specialist Donald A Schallock of the Rut ers Agriculture Experiment Sta tion told a newsman Monday There is no danger for consum ers of New Jersey cranberries from supposed contamination Arthur S Flemming U S Wel fare Chief said in Washington Monday that some cranberries in Washington State and Oregon may have been contaminated by use of a weed killer amino tri azole The Rutgers weed control spec ialist said amino triazole has been used on small areas of New Jersey cranberry bogs but only where the weeds are so over rown that the cranberries could not be harvested JOINT STATEMENT His conviction in the county court was upheld in the state su preme court prompting the ap peal to the U S Supreme Court Meanwhile he charged county authorities with Spanish Inquisi tion methods and in a habeas corpus petition prepared by him self asked for a hearing Judge William R Toal held the petition in abeyance until the Su preme Court decision and said today he did not know when he would act on it At this point only action by the Pennsylvania Board of Pardons could save Novak from dying in the electric chair flammatory statement concerning possible contamination of cranber ries by a weedkiller approved by the Department of Agriculture Stevens said Ocean Spray growers were instructed on Sept 18 to stop using the weedkiller aminotriazole Any crop sus pected of contamination has al ready been isolated from the mar ket he added Flemming said the weedkiller MEDICAL MIRACLE REVEALED Warm Tap Water Used To Restore Heartbeat GET MARINE Gen John C Munn left was named Monday to become assistant com mandant of the Marine Corps Jan 1 Maj Gen Wal lace M Green Jr right will take over as chief of staff They will have the rank of lieutenant general while serving in their new posts AP Wirephoto Dr Roscoe P Kande stale health commissioner and Phillip Alampi stale agriculture secre tary issued the following joint statement To the best of our knowledge no New Jersey growers have used1 the chemical in question on com mercial plantings in New Jersey however we understand a few tests using small samples have been conducted on nonbearing bogs New Jersey growers expect to produce 110000 barrels this the second highest production in two decades About 90 per cent is sold to one company Ocean Spray Schallpck said Ocean Spray re uircd its growers this year to ertify that they had not used mino triazolc Authority Locked Out MARCUS HOOK The bor ough parking authority Monday night found itself with no place to When Authority members and representatives of the Board of Trade convened outside the council room in borough hall they discovered the door locked Josephine Nacrelli borough sec retary usually issues the key to someone who opens the room on meeting nights The secretary however is a patient at Chester Hospital And no one knew where the council room key was Finally the group walked into the hearing room to conduct the business of the evening WHITE HOUSE REPLY TO AFLCIO PHILADELPHIA AP The man lay semiconscious on a mid city street Two policemen came across him They rushed him to Hahnc mann Hospital The mans heartbeat and his breathing had stopped His body was blue and cold A priest was summoned to ad minister the last rites of the Catholic Church The mans condition was diag nosed quickly as cardiac arrest A team of eight heart surgeons cut open his chest and applied massage and artificial respiration Within minutes the heart beat wa restored but the body remained cold and blue The surgeons Icclric shock adrenalin calcium and other drugs to restore a nor mal heart beat Their efforts were n vain Never losing hope the surgeons poured six quarts of hot sterile saline solution into the open dies cavity to warm the heart There vas a quidc flurry of beating in he lower chambers of the heart The surgeons then poured 2 gallons of warm tap water ove he heart William Flanagan 43 a laborer gradually came to life This wa last Saturday The hospital dii not disclose until Monday wha it called the most remarkabl operation of its type in man years As for Flanagan he sat up Mon began using day and enjoyeda steak 35 PER CENT BACK As more men were recalled to day an estimated 35 per cent of the nations 500000 basic steel workers were back on the job But industry spokesmen say it will be weeks before productipn amounts to much Among plants turning out new steel Monday were Republic Steels Buffalo plants Bethlehem Steels San Francisco works Jones Laughlins Cleveland works and Bethlehems Steelton Pa plant With the reopening of mills some of the 335000 workers who had been furtoughed in alliedin dustries began returning to their jobsbut in small numbers In southwestern Pennsylvania six coal mines owned by steel companies reopened M o n day More were slated to open today The Pennsylvania Railroad re called 200 furloughed trainmen RECALLS TO DRAG But for thousands of other idle workers there was little prospecl of a quick recall Many are em ployed in industries that use steel such as the auto industry For these workers there will be no work until steel supplies are buil up and become available On the Great Lakes fleets o boats that carry the iron ore essential to steel making were preparing for a race against Win ter The fleet of 240 ships will try to pile up enough ore at lower lakes ports to keep the steel in dustry going The lakes freeze over usually in midDecember making it impossible to ship ore by boat COLORLESS LIPSTICK OK Upland Bans Girls Slacks Boys Boots UPLAND The beatniks have got to go and they fan take their lowcut blouses tight slacks glar ng makeup Tshirts and weird lairdos with them The School Board while it didnt describe local students ns beat niks did prescribe rules for at ire Monday which they hope will make pupils resemble young la dies and gentlemen 6anned with approval of the ParentTeacher Assn were sheer and lowcut blouses overly tight sweaters and skirts extremely short skirts high heeled and ex tremely pointed shoos shorts slacks and other trouserlike gar ments for female students Slacks will be pcrmiled for younger girl students in storms or severe weather the board said but prohibited makeup for girls in Grades 1 to 6 okayed color less lipstick banned exaggerated nail polish hair curlers an pins kerchiefs and an excessive num ber of petticoats are banned rrom wearing underweartype Tshirts boot type and otherwise noisy shoes cleats and hard leather and jeans especially tight and low slung ones Shirt tails will have to be tucked n shirts will have to be buttoned up except for the top button in warm weather and belts must be used on pants with belt loops hino type trousers were approv ed for school wear Boys and girls are prohibited from wearing weird or extreme hair styles The board urged tha students come to school with clean faces hands nails ant teeth neat clean clothing anc neatly arranged brushed hair The suggestions for school at lire were adopted after a study by educators and the PTA foi lowing a dispute over a studen who was disciplined because o an extreme hair style he wor to class Wreckage Scattered In Montana I Number of Planes Involved Secret LEWISTOWN Mont Air Force fighter interceptor traisfc ing operation involving a larga number of planes was caught by a sudden blinding snowstorm ear ly today and several planes were forced into crash and emergency landings in widely scattered areas of Montana Early unconfirmed reports indi cated four airmen died in two crashes Four other airmen got dovrri parachuting and two walking away from a belly land ing Newsmen Bill Yaeger of Lewis town radio station KXLO report ed seeing the body of one man and what he believed to be parts of another body at one crash site WRECKAGE SCATTERED Yaeger said the F89 Scorpion jet aircraft appeared to have flown straight into the ground creating a crater and scattering I wreckage half a mile on a ranch 40 miles west of Lewistown Yaeger quoted a rancher Olind Jenni as reporting the flash and explosion of this death crash and immediately seeing a flash from a second crash about a nijJc the first Jenni was awakened by what he thought was the noise from a lowflying bomber Malmstrom Air Force Base ear Great Falls Mont identified he parachutists as Capt John R uttner 31 of Bluefield W Va nd Lt James D Johnson 27 of rroesbeck Tex The base could not say lately how many planes were in olved However one officer did ay a lot A T33 trainer Jet aircraft slid afely onto a Malmstrom runway vith its landing gear up Unin ured in this craft were Lts Arlan Larm and David Collins both rom the 54th Fighter Interceptor Indonesia Takes Neutral Position JOGJAKARTA Indonesia AP Sukarno rcaffirmc Indonesias neutralist foreign po licy today in a speech heard b delegates to the annual confcrcnc of the Westernsponsored Colombc Plan Demagoguery Hit Chain Withdraws Cranherry Stock WASHINGTON AP Grow ers heatedly dented today that cranberries with a cancerproduc ing content are on the market But A P Stores headquarters in New York announced withdraw al of the berries and their prod ucts from sale in all of its 4000 unit nationwide food chain One big group of farmers de manded the ouster of Secretary of Welfare Arthur S Flemming for putting out word just ahead of the traditional cranberries with turkey feast of Thanksgiving that part of the West Coast crop has been found contaminated Jy a weed killer WASHINGTON AP The White House today described as demagoguery the charge by labor leader Emil Mazcy that President Eisenhowers actions in the steel strike were a political payoff to the steel companies Press secretary James C Hag erty told Such demo oguery leveled against President Eisenhower is of course not really worthy of comment I am sure that the American people realize that the president acted only when it was clear that the welfare of the United States dictat ed positive action under the law Such action was upheld by the courts of our land Sure Hagerly replied when asked whether his remarks ap plied to several other labor lead ers who had been critical of Ei senhowers handling of the steel strike Mazcy secretary treasurer of the United Auto Workers made his accusations against Eiscnhowj action as an attempt at strike er in a speech Monday to the con vention of the AFL CIO Indus trial Union Department Mazey asserted that Eisenhower used the Taft Hartley law to end the steel strike as a payoff to corporations which backed Eisen hower in the 1956 presidential campaign Both George Meany AFLCIO president and Walter Rcuthcr Auto Union president charged in other speeches that the injunction procedure used to end Ihc steel strike is a one sided solution against unions They said it bore out labors charges that the TaftHartley Act is a slave labor statute that can be used to make men work against their will The union group itself claiming to represent seven million labor union members adopted a resolu tion criticizing the governments breaking CLAIM INDUSTRY PINCHED This injunction was imposed deliberately after the strike began to pinch the industry in its mosl sensitive nerve pocket book the union resolution said The Supreme Court upheld Saturday the TaftHartley law in junction which the administration iiad obtained more than two weeks earlier on ils contention the na ions health and safety were threatened Arthur J Goldberg Steelwork crs Union general counsel told the delegates organized labor must be ready with positive recommendations for changing the national emergency strike pro visions when Congress reconvenes in January I dont think that in this day and age can quarrel with pro position that the public interest Squadron Ellsworth AFB Eapid ity S D must be protected Goldber said He said what is needed is ma chinery to make the chief ex ecutive Courthouse Banks dose Wednesday Most public offices will closed Wednesday in observance of Veterans Day Those which have announced closings include Chester city hall the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce the State Employ ment Service liquor stores banks and Post Offices The offices at the county court louse Media also will be closed However there was still a pos sibility today that court sessions might continue during the holi day if the heavy docket of cases was not concluded this afternoon Most commercial establishments will conduct business as usual throughout tin day Although a number of Veterans Day programs were conducted last weekend at least one ob servance has been scheduled Wednesday Cadets of Pennsylvania Military College will participate in a me morial program beginning at pm The Cadets will assemble at ths flapole outside the administra tion bunding while Mrs Clarence R Moll wife of the college presi dent places a wreath honoring war dead Goldberg suggested wide range of alternative steps open to the President so that neither labor nor management involved in a big strike would know what govern mental action o expect That would put both sides under pres sure to reach a voluntary settle ment before an crncrgncy de velops he said Under the TaftHartley law now Goldberg said management knows the government ultimately will be compelled to seek an 80 day injunction If it is government policy to pro tect public interest by maintain ing essential production in such situations he said the sacrifice should be borne equally by both sides not by labor alone Senator Snooper A reckless driver ts one who passes you regardless ol how fast you are speeding Amusements 19 Baby Has Been Named 13 Bridge 2t Classified Ads M23 Comics 24 25 Crossword Puzzle 24 Deaths 4 t Edan Wright Editorials Horoscope 25 Junior Editors 24 Pattern 24 School Pages 10 li Sports 1619 Television 7 Womens Section g   

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