Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Delaware County Daily Times: Friday, November 13, 1959 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1959, Chester, Pennsylvania                                CLOUDY Fmll TEMPEIATUEEg THIS MOKNINO I 5 6 j 7 8 I10J11 Delaware County FINAL 84th 58601 CHESTER PA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 1959 Seven Cents Castro Sees Difficult Days Ahead for Regime WHOS the fateful 13 and the symbolic ladder as props Blackie manages a menacing stare and Jacqueline Newhouse 14yearold Pu laski Junior High School 9th grader tries to look like Friday the 13th victim to comply with the lensmans directions Todays that day and date tLSMay Extend Test Ban This Indicated By Herlcr WASHINGTON AP The United States probably will make a limited extension of its ban on nuclear weapons testing if nego tiations with theSoviet Union fo an international test prohibition continue to make progress This was indicated Thursday by Secretary of State Christian A Herter at a news conference Her ter said in response to a question that I would personally favor the extension if it were a matter of weeks only while we were still talking He added that he had serious doubts about any longer suspen sion beyond Dec 31 the current expiration date In taking this line he appeared to be reflecting US concern over the possibility that if tests are de layed too long without the pro tection of an international inspec tion system the Soviets may sec retly resume their own tesling and get ahead of the Unitec States in nuclear weapons dc velopment Negotiations for an intcrnationa agreement have been under wa at Geneva for more than a yea among the United States Britain the Soviet Union The Unitec States and Britain stopped tesl ing when the negotiations started The Soviets did so a few day later The US delegation to th United Nations apparently actin on lastminute instructions from the State Department voter Thursday night against a resolu tion urging France to call off it forthcoming Abomb test in th Sahara 25Inch Snowiall Buries7 Montana Rocky Mountain States Locked In Bitter SubZero Weather Cellar Wall Falls Man Injured Faces Emergency Surgery Today PROSPECT PARK His right leg crushed when a section of a cellar wall in his home collapsed Arthur Secor 42 of 305 Madison Ave was reported in serious condition today at Taylor Hospi tal An emergency operation in an attempt to save the mangled leg was performed at am It was not determined later this morning whether the leg would have to be amputated hospital aides said The accident happened shortly after 7 pm when Secor was trapped by the wall section while he was trying to remove it to enlarge the cellar His wife Margaret 33 heard his shouts for help She was up stairs with their two children Linda 7 and Alan 5 Mrs Secor tried to free her husbands pinned leg and then called Prospect Park police for help Rescuers released Secor in 15 minutes He was taken to the hospital in Nor wood Fire Co ambulance Secor is employed in the power house at JWeslinghouse Electric Corps Lester plant US Moral Backing Assured for India WASHINGTON W The United States swiftly assured India of its moral backing today in a border dispute with Red China India says the Chinese forcibly seized some of her ter ritory Secretary of State Christian A Herter who first told a news con ference this country was taking no sides later issued a statement saying the Red Chinese in using force were wholly in the wrong This word was given to the Indian Embassy here and dis patched to the US embassy in New Delhi IKE VISIT President Eisenhower is sched uled to go to New Delhi on a good will mission within a month Offi cials were afraid that unless Her ters remarks were clarified re sentment against the United States might sour the Presidents visit Replying to news conference questions Herter said the United States has no way of knowing di rectly whether India or Red China is right in the disputed territorial claims and has taken no sides on the issue But 35 minutes later he issued a formal statement saying The questions asked me on this subject seemed to me directed at the legal rights along the bor ders and my answers according ly related only to the legality of the rival claims There is the further and more important point that whatever may be the merits of a dispute force must not be used to settle it The Chinese Com munist regime has clearly used force and in this respect is wholly in the wrong In taking this position Herter put the United States more in line with Indian Prime Minister Neh rus policy which calls for settle ment by negotiation and condemns he use of force THE ISSUE At issue are 57000 square miles of territory which has long been in controversy as to its real owner ship although for many years i has been under Indian administra tion Last month the Chinese Commu nists killed nine members of an Indian police patrol and captured 10 others in what was described at the time as a Red Cliinese am bush Herters statement was limited to what his associates called the moral issue of the use of force Nehru has made clear that he is not seeking Western military backing and has rejected all sug gestions within India for making some kind of alliance against Red China DENVER Colo an Intense cold that plunged temperatures to nearrecord lows locked the Rocky Mountain states in a wintry grip today on the heels of a 25inch snowfall that buried Montana The temperature was 22 below ero today at Cut Bank near the MontanaCanada border It was 18 below at Great Falls nd 13 below at Helena Mon anas capital city which bore Picture on Page 2 ic brunt of the blizzard The oldest temperature ever record d at Helena was 37 below zero Subzero readings were common rom Montana south to Colorado long the eastern slope of the lockies The Continental Divide ormed a barrier that moderated emperaturcs west of moun ains At least 14 deaths have been attributed to the massive storm vhich mshed out of Canada and now has engulfed much of the na ions midsection from the moun ains to the Midwest Seven deaths within a week have resulted from Montanas whiplash storms Four were air men who died in the crash of three jet fighters Two motorists were killed and a Butte man died of exposure Icy roads caused six highway deaths in Illinois and another ac cident took the life of an Iowa motorist Two hunters are unaccounted for in mountain terrain near Mis soula in western Montana The snowfall tapered off along southern Montana Thursday night leaving 20 inches of snow on the ground at Billings Media Bypass Now Route 1 HARRISBURG Amer ican Assn of State Highways Officials has approved the re location of US Route 1 to the Media Bypass in Delaware County In announcing the action Thursday the State Highways Department said State road and Township Line road now des ignated as U S Route 1 bypass would be made regular US 1 Approval also was received to eliminate US 1 from the Bal timore Pike between Black Horse and Lansdowne The department hopes to open the fourlane Media Bypass on Nov 25 The controlled access highway extends 44 miles from Black Horse west of Media to State road northeast of the com munity COSTS BOARD Collingdale in On Bonnie Auction Cold Blast To Follow Showers France Asked to Halt Test UNITED NATIONS NY AP majority of the United Nations Thursday night asked France to call off her planned atomic test in the Sahara Desert but the vote apparently was just short of the total necessary to put the UN Assembly on record against the test explosion The UN Assemblys Political Committee on which all 82 UN members are represented ap proved a resolution calling on France not to hold the test by a vote of 6226 with 10 abstentions But this was two votes short of the twothirds majority of those voting necessary to secure adop tion of the resolution in the As sembly The outcome of the vote was a technical victory for France thanks to the twothirds rule It was obvious however that the Soviets and the AsianAfrican sponsors of the resolution would stage a major propaganda cam paign contending that the ma Flamming Called Stupid Bureaucrat Two GOP Congressmen Rip Him For Action on Cranberries COLLINGDALE Collingdale School Boards attempt to regain some of the funds Faber E Sten gle embezzled through an auction of furniture from the apartment of girl friend Margaret Bonnie Barnes Ditzler wound up in the red Thats what Joseph R Young district solicitor reported to the board Thursday night The board netted from the furniture auction but ad vance storage costs legal fees and other expenses piled up enough bills to wipe out that gain and force the board to dig deeper into its financially rav aged purse Meanwhile Bonnie who has the conviction of Slcnglc married the game warden from Lebanon County netted from the sale However all of peculations hat went to her legal counsel Lee B Sacks of Philadelphia The gross amount rccejyed from the auction was of which the auction company Samuel C Freeman Co Philadelphia re ceived 20 per cent Bills that consumed the School Board receipts included the fol lowing for advance stor age and moving for the legal services of Schnader Har ris Segal and Lewis plus an ad vance bill of in costs paid by the legal firm The Board also learned that Delaware County Court set Dec 14 as the date for argument of the Collingdale School Board sur charge action against Stcngle Broad Street Trust Co the estate of Charles Schmicd the late Board secretary and James D McBride who was Board treas urer at the time of the Stenglc A new blast of cold weather is on the way after some showers due Saturday Meanwhile Delaware Countians will haveone more day of a hazy kind of sunshine today forecast ers said The cold really is expected Sun day and Monday although the fiveday outlook designated five degreebelow normal tempera tures to prevail for the entirepe riod Besides the precipitation during the weekend forecasters sec more wet weather by Tuesday Although temperatures will be down around the freezing mark overnight later in the weekend tonights low temperatures will be only 45 degrees Elsewhere in Pennsylvania th wet weather will arrive as th seasons first snow but forecast jority of the UN oppose the French atomic test WASHINGTON Re publican congressmen from cran berrygrowing states blame a stupid bureaucrat and bureau cracy at its worst for the present cranberry mess Secretary of Welfare Arthur S Flemmings announcement Mon day that the government was con fiscating two shipments of cort taminated West Coast berries has virtually halted sale of cranber ries at the peak of the Thanksgiv ing market season Rep Joseph W Martin R Mass said at Pawtucket RI Thursday The cranberry mess is a good illustration of what hap pens when a stupid bureaucrat wanders into a field about which his knowledge is limited AndRep Thomas M Pelly R Wash said at Seattle he would demand a thorough investigation of the cranberry mess when Con gress convenes in January This appears to be a classic example of bureaucracy at its worst Sen Richard L Neuberger CD Ore had no harsh words but joined others who have said the government has a responsibility to protect innocent cranberry grow ers from financial damage due to the scare Neuberger prop that the government buy up the untainted parts of the 1959 crop The cranberry scare started when Flemming announced that traces of a weed killing compound had been found in two shipments of cranberries grown in Washlng cated that it could cause cancer of the thyroid in rats It was as sumed but not proved it migh affect humans He said there was no indica tion of trouble with cranberrie grown in Massachusetts New Jer sey and Wisconsin which produce much more than the western states But Flemming did not say to tell the difference between east ern and western berries He said housewives who couldnt be sure should avoid buying any Flemming stood his ground Thursday at another news confer ence He said he learned of the danger only last Sunday and add ed It is that kind of information that I believe we have no right to sit on Dag Begins Personal Laos Study Makes Call On King VIENTIANE Laos Secretary General Dag Ham marskjold today began a personal study of the situation in rebellion troubled Laos with a call on King Savang Vatthana It was the first major audience granted by the 52yearold mon arch since the veath two weeks ago of his father King Sisavang Vong Hammarskjold later paid a so ton and Oregon Laboratory test of the weed killer he said indi The balloting came after flat no ice from Jules Moch French dis rmament expert that his govern ment would go ahead with its ilans regardless of how the vote ame out Both the United States and Bril in joined France in opposing the esolution whose Asian and Afri an sponsors charged that the pro oosed test would turn the Sahara nto a radioactive no mans land nd endanger thousands of lives sible before next May May Summit Now f PARIS Minister Maurice Couve de Murville told the Cabinet today an EastWest summit meeting may not be pos Lotver Chi Vote Checked Okay MEDIA COURTHOUSE A recanvass of voting machines in Lower Chichesters two pre cincts at the County Election Bureau office today didnt change a thing In last weeks local election Officials said the totals regis tered on the voting machines matched totals on official elec tion returns The machines were opened before Lower Chi candidates today on petition of Republicans who were defeated in the election This means the election vic tors were Democrats John Ken nedy school director Christo pher Lyons and Michael Olc nick commissioners and Joseph L Hooker auditor The only GOP victor was Robert Mell ing for commissioner cial call on Prime Minister Phoui Sananikone He was to meet with Phoui and other cabinet ministers onight in the first of a series of talks expected to lead to the ap pointment of a personal represent ative to stay in Laos as a UN observer GUERRILLA RAIDS The Laotian government sak Thursday on Hammarskjolds ar rival that the presence of such a representative in the Indochinese kingdom would discourage furth er guerrilla raids by the Commu nist Pathet Lao rebels There have been no reports of rebel attacks dnce a UN fact finding committee arrived here for a study Sept 15 The com mittee reported to the UN Secur ity Council that the rebels had gotten ammunition and supplies Tom Communist North Viet Nam aut they could find no evidence supporting the Laotian govern ments charge hat North Viet namese troops had fought with the rebels Hammarskjold said he plans to remain in Laos about a week Lashes Out At Enemies In Speech Looks Grim And Haggard HAVANA grim and haggard Prime Minister Fi del Castro told the Cuban peopla early today that his revolution faces difficult days Castro took only a sideswipe at the United his fa vorite lashed out in a threehour telecast at his enemies at home and called them hypro crites who once posed as friends of the revolution Rats are going to abandon the ship when things get rougher he declared This is going to re mind me of the bad days of the when many gave up he fight He predicted that the revolution vould march on even if its ene mies try to mobilize God against us This wont work Castro said because one cannot have a good idea of God if he doesnt have a notion of what it is to love his neighbor Obviously weary from his hours of directing the search for Maj CamUo Cienfuegos his missing army chief Castro showed only occasional flashes of his usual fire and spirit At times nis custom arily freeflowing oratory lapsed as if he was grasping for a word Bags under his eyes were clearly visible BLAMES DIAZ He rejected the U S contention that there was no evidence U S ased aircraft bombed and strafed Havana in a leaflet raid over the capital Oct 21 Castro reiterated lis charge that Maj Pedro Diaz Lanz former commander of the revolutionary air force who de fected was responsible for the raid He claimed again that two persons were killed and scores wounded Diaz Lanr was arrested in Mi ami on a Cuban government war rant seeking his extradition He is now out on bail awaiting a hear ing on whether he should be sent back to face charges of murder but the United States informed Cuba the bomb bay on the plane he flew was inoperative and there was no evidence the plane did any bombing or strafing In an obvious reference to the United States Castro declared neither threats calumnies or in solence will intimidate us We are happy just where we are because reason is with us Reason is not with those who have more money more resources or more news agencies If they want to discuss matters quietly and treat us right well treat anyone right Coleman Weds MIAMI Okla AP Wealthy industrialist and sportsman George L Coleman and the for mer Dawn L Soles were married here Thursday CARRIES GENERAL SCHOOL AID No Stump No Comment YREKA Calif town was still talking today about how Jack Lichens used six sticks of dynamite to blast a slump from his back yard Wednesday Lichens an appliance dealer said he used that much dynamite on the advice of a friend whom he refused to identify The fallout over the tract area where Lichens lives included chucks of wood and earth up to 15 pounds over a 600 yard radius No one was hurt but one home owner who found a 7pound piece of wood on his roof called police who are investigating Lichens has no stump and no comment ers said only rain is expectet here Controllers in the present weath er pattern are a pair of one over Oklahoma and another over western Colorado which en close a large mass of Arctic air Big Money Bill Signed HARRISBURG Jamesi S Berger Republican floor lead er today endorsed a growing move to pass a 55milliondollar increase in slate aid to schools and leave over to 1960 the job of financing it No more money is going to come out of this Legislature he said in an interview Next year it might be a different story Berger made the statement aft cr Gdv Lawrence Thursday sign cd into law the Gen eral Appropriations Bill Run of Bad Luck ALBANY Ga H Hal field lost his left leg 25 years ago in a logging accident A welding mishap nine years ago cost him his left eye The 59yearold farm er is recovering today from an accident with a corn combine that severed his left hand at the wrist The huge spending authoriza ion law carries for jeneral aid to schools or help in school construction 141435561 for pupil transporta ion and as a bonus for merged school districts The figures approximated Gov Lawrences requests but dont provide for the extra state aid demanded by organized teachers school directors school adminis trators and PTA groups Berger said sentiment was growing to enact an additional school subsidy bill in the 1959 ses sion minus taxes to finance it because it is questionable the 1960 Legislature can deal with school subsidies But there would be nothing to stop the 1960 session from pass ing tax bills to pay for the added aid A new Constitutional amend ment limits sessions in evennum bered years to the passage of taxes and appropriations only Berger also pointed out that it would be the same group of law makers faced with the school tax problem next year It was a ref erence to a practice in the past of increasing state aid for schools for years in the future without providing the money to pay for them Senator Snooper We understand that the toys made for this Christmas arc so simple that even adults will be able to qpcratc them The governor however has tak en the position that he wont sign any spending bills unless they are accompanied by taxes to fi nance them In signing the General Appro priations Bill he expressed some misgivings about Republican cuts He singled out as inadequate ap propriations for public assistance school subsidies labor mediation services public health services general hospitals forestry camps for juvenile delinquents small business promotion tourist pro motion industrial development and Urban renewal Amusements Bridge Classified Ads Comics Crossword Puzzle Deaths Edan Wright Editorials Horoscope Junior Editors School Page Sports Television Womens Section 2ft 26 2125 26 27 2S 4 22 9 6 27 26 10 1619 7 8 9 TIMES TELEPHONES Want Ads TR 45252 Other 66161   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication