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Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 16, 1959, Chester, Pennsylvania CLOUDY Delaware County TEMPKBATUBES THIS MOMMVG JLLLL6 7 8 jjjioiii 84th 58603 FINAL CHESTER PA MONDAY NOVEMBER 16 1959 Seven Cents Airliner Carrying 42 Crashes n Gulf Apparently All Killed FLIGHT ROUTE map shows the flight route and approximate area of search cross of National Airlines plane which crashed on flight Tampa Fla to New Or from Miami Fla to New Orleas La Fortytwo were aboard AP Vire photo Ike After Balanced Budget Sees McElroy On Military Phase AUGUSTA Ga AP Presi dent Eisenhower hopeful of bal ancing the 196L budget confers on the military half of it today with key defense and financial counselors At Eisenhowers request Secre tary of Defense Neil H McElrov is flying the military budget down from Washington for a meeting in the trophy room of the Augusta National Golf Club DECEMBER TOUR The President is getting a work play vacation at the club before his December tour of 11 nations in Europe Asia and Africa Eisenhower summoned nine oth er officials from Washington in cluding Budget Director Maurice Stans and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen Nathan Twining In this years budget for the 32 months ending next June 30 total spending is estimated at nearly 79 billion dollars and defense costs at nearly 41 billion The advance word in Washington was that the administration wants to hold de fense spending in the new budget at 41 billion Other outlays possi bly could go up a billion or two But revenue also is expected to pick up and Stans has said the 1961 budget probably will be bal anced WANTS SURPLUS There have been reports that Eisenhower is striving to show a surplus a big one for 1961 to demonstrate that his administra tion knows how to manage its money This years budget has been teetering between red and black It is a question now whether it can wind up with a surplus after the impact of the steel strike en personal corporate and govern ment incomes If a surplus does turn up it will be only the third Eisenhower has achieved in seven tries MEMO SENT It was learned in Washington that the Budget Bureau normally concerned with government mon ey matters was reported to have sent a memo to McElroy that touched off special sessions be tween top officials of the armed services and the Pentagon The memo was said to have pro posed among other things broad changes in the Armys present mission It indicated the Army should devote its efforts to pre paring for only small limited wars and should withdraw from planning for coping with global war Sidewalk Driver ROME NY AP Taxicab driver Arthur M Carr explained in court that the reason he drove on the sidewalk was to pick up j fare who was having difficult walking straight Carr was firei LOFTY PURPOSE Mickey Yemen major league baseball player and Hartley Heywood Moyamensing FireCo driver hoist a Christmas Seal banner into place above Edgmont Ave at 7th St in Chester The companys aerial apparatus was used to place the banner first to be displayed in position Vernon is honorary county chairman for the Christmas Seal campaign sponsored by the Delaware County Health Assn which opened today fifickey Vernon Is Drive Sparkplug Baseball Star Opens Campaign For Sales of Christmas Seals The 53rd annual Chirstmas Seal ampaign opened today with a warning from Delaware Countys honorary chairman that TB re main a threat to the health and welfare of all our citizens Mickey Vernon major league baseball player from Wallingford cited the latest figures available on tuberculosis cases and deaths in Delaware County and the City of Chester to illustrate the TB menace His statement was issued as more than 120000 letters were timed to arrive at county homes over the weekend The letters bear sheets of the traditional Christmas seals Vernon urged citizens to an swer their seal letters as soon as possible Generous giving makes safer lying in the fight against TB Vernon said Our Christmas seal dollars are the sole means of supporting the expanded program aimed at combatting TB and oth er chest ailments HIGH GOAL The TB association is attempt ing to raise more than which was contributed in last hears campaign The funds arc needed in avoid any curtailment of the association program Vernon noted that tuberculosis is the nations number one infec tious killer In our county alone last year he said there were 305 cases of TB reported This is proof positive that despite the strides made in the battle against TB there is lots of work to be done Chester accounted for 105 of the reported cases The city main tained its status as having the second highest TB infection rate m the state The rate for Ches ter is 115 per 100000 population The State rate is 433 Chester also continues with the second highest death rate in the state Last year 16 deaths from iB were recorded to give Ches ter a rate of 245 per 100000 population The state rate is 92 PER CASE Vernon disclosed that a county case register which records all TB cases needing medical super vision snowed that 487 persons were listed Of these 300 were men and 187 women The importance of obtaining needed funds to finance the fight against TB Vernon declared was shown by the cost factor He said that the average cost of caring for a TB case is In addition to the mail sales Vernon said persons may buy Christmas seals at the Delaware County Tuberculosis Health Assn 9th and Welsh Sts Ches ter Advertising Deadlines Notice of ADVERTISING DEADLINES for THANKSGIVING WEEK DISPLAY ADVERTISING PUBLICATION DATE DEADLINE FOR COPY Monday Nov 23Thursday Nov 19 Tuesday Nov 24Friday Nov 20 Wednesday Nov 25Monday Nov 23 Thursday Nov 26Monday Nov 23 Friday Nov 27Tuesday Nov 24 Saturday Nov 28Wednesday Nov 25 PM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Thursday Nov 26Tuesday Nov 24 PM Friday Nov 27 Wednesday Nov 25 Noon 3 Cars Collide Woman Injured MARCUS HOOK A Philade pnia woman was injured slightly Sunday about pm in a three car collision on 10th street near Hughes avenue Rozcna Griffin 49 of 1327 N Mole St Philadelphia was taken to Chester Hospital in the Marcus Hook Fire Co ambulance for treat ment of a neck sprain She was a passenger in a car driven by Pearl Davis of S 18th street Phil adelphia Police said the Davis car was stopped behind the auto of Ber nard Onizuk of Newark Del at a traffic light on 10th street when both vehicles were struck from the rear and side by a car operat ed by William Pierce of 1319 Chestnut St Trainer Suicide Leap VIENNA Austria AP A 12 yearold girl leaped six stories to her death because her mother wanted to take away her pet dog police said Monday The child had been getting poor grades in school because she spent most of her lime outside class playing with the animal Driver Held In Fatal Car Crash Former Countian Infant Son Die PHILADELPHIA George A Wells 3o of 21st street near Dau phin street is being held with out bail today on charges of man slaughter in the auto deaths Sat urday of a former Media woman and her infant son The victims were Mrs Helen Goff Jarrett 22 of 2036 Spruce St and her onemonthold son Harry Robert Jarrett Mrs Jar rett was the daughter of Mr and Mrs H Stanley Goff of KnowJ ton road Media The woman and her son were thrown to the street after Wells car went out of control jumped a medial strip and crashed head on into the Jarrett auto near lie western approach on Penrose Fer ry Bridge The baby died 10 minutes after admission to St Agnes Hospital where he was taken by passers by Mrs Jarrett died of multiple injuries in Methodist Hospital two and half hours after the crash Her husband Harry M Jarrett 23 was reported in critical con dition in a coma in Methodist Hospital THROWN TO ROADWAY Police said the Jarretts were returning from a shopping trip about 4 pm when the accident Sec FATAL Page 4 Pike Hotel Raided 3 Arrested Charge Liquor Law Violation CONCORDVILLE Authorities raided the Evergreen Hotel on Baltimore pike Saturday night and arrested three persons on state liquor control law violation charges Held were George P Dolan 46 of E Sellers avenue Ridley Park identified by police as pro jprietor of the establishment his son Patrick Dolan 21 of the jsame address and a waitress Ruth Jones 40 of Flower street near 9th street Chester They were held in bail each for the next term of court i after a hearing Sunday before i Justice of the Peace Thomas j Wheat of Concord The trio was j charged with permitting minors to frequent the taproom and with selling alcoholic beverages to mi nors Sgt Reynolds Comstock com mander of Elwyn State Police Barracks Chief County Detective Maurice L Maitland and John Snyder State Liquor Control Board enforcement officer led the raid Four state troopers three county detectives and six liquor control board agents took part Sgt Comstocfc said police had received numerous complaints from residents that large groups of minors were frequenting the hotel The raiders found 28 minors in the taproom several of them drinking alcoholic beverages he added No charges were placed against them More Rain Due in Area For Tuesday That 41 of an inch of rain that dampened Delaware County Sat urday was only a teaser and more wet weather is on the way for Tuesday In the Interim Sundaj provided a day of bright sun shine with temperatures reaching a high of 52 A decision on the approaching rain gave meteorologists at the Philadelphia Weather Bureau lots of problems today but one thing seemed certain The wind circula tion was expected to keep the air warm enough to prevent freezing while the rain falls Warm air overrunning a thin layer of cold air had set off rain through the KentuckyTennessee area today and had built up cloudi ness in the Mississippi Valley This was expected to cause the local rainfall as the overrunning air flows eastward A very large and cold air mass that gave the Colorado area its second major snowfall was mov ing close behind the approaching storm area Since this cold air wasnt expected in this area until Wednesday all the wet weather should be finished by then fore casters said y New Cardinals 1 Aloysf us Muench of Fargo ND left and Archbishop Albert Gregory Mayer of Chicago are two of eight new cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church named todayby PopeJohn XXLLI AP Wirephoto 8 New Cardinals Named By Pope Chicago and Fargo ND Prelates Selected College Boosted to 79 VATICAN CITY AP Pope John XXETI today named eight new cardinals of the Roman Cath olic Church They included two Americans Archbishops Albert Gregory Meyer of Chicago and Aloysius J Aluench of Fargo ND The Popes action increased the College of Cardinals to 7H mem bers its largest size in the history of the church WAS EXPECTED The elevation of Archbishop Meyer 56 had been expected since he succeeded the late Sam uel Cardinal Stritch as archbishop of Chicago just a year ago today His archdiocese is the largest in the United Slates having nearly two million members Both the new American cardi nals are natives of Milwaukee and Archbishop Meyer headed the archdiocese there for five years before going to Chicago Archbishop Muench TO has been representing the Vatican s papal nuncio to Germany since World War II but has retained his post as head of the North Da kota archdiocese DEC 14 CONSISTORY The eight new princes of the church will be elevated to their high office on Dec M in a con sistory in he Vaticans Consistor ial Hall Those named with the two Americans were Joseph Heard British dean of the Holy Roman Rota Tribunal Agostino Bea Ger man Jesuit who was confessor of the late Pope Pius XII Arcadio Larraona Spanish secretary of the Vaticans Congregation of Ihe Religious and three Italian Archbishop Gustava Testa 73 apostolic nuncio to Switzerland Archbishop Paolo MarcIIa 6i apostolic nuncio to France and Francesco Morano ST secretary of the Ecclesiastical Tribunal The naming of Archbishops Meyer and Muench brings the irt al number of American Cardinals to six highest in the churchs his tory The others arc Francis Spell man of New York James F Mc Intyre of Los Angeles Richard T Gushing of Boston and John F OHara of Philadelphia Cardinals Cushing and OHara were both elevated by Pope John last December in the first con Jstory of his reign when he in creased the College of Cardinals to 74 members Previously it had been limited to 70 members for nearly 500 years Since the De cember consistory three cardinals have died EXCITEMENT FATAL TO WOMAN SPECTATOR Garden City Barn Blaze Leads to Arson Probe Planes Wreckage Sighted Aircraft Bound For New Orleans NEW ORLEANS La AP The wreckage of a National Air lines plane with 42 persons aboard was spotted today in the Gulf of Mexico 108 miles eastsoutheast of New Orleans There were no signs of any survivors SPOTS WRECKAGE Nationals chief pilot Capt Charles H Ruby Hew from J Miami and found the wreckage Ruby said Coast Guard vessels were en route to the scene of the wreckage and should be there in an hour The plane disappeared on a night from Fla to New Orleans The DC7B was carrying 36 pas sengers and a sixman crew An airline spokesman said last t radio contact came when the plane was in the vicinity of Chan deleur Island 45 miles due south of Biloxi Miss WEATHER CLEARS Coast Guard patrol boats sea planes and helicopters at first had trouble getting away from shore because of a poor visibility but the weather started clearing At first the search was centered arotiTKLChandeleur Island But the Coast Guard later extended it from the coast 150 miles into the Uulf from Biloxi eastward to Pen sacola Fla Those aboard included Jack At kinson Federal Aviation Adminis tration inspector making a routine check run He was listed as a member of the crew The plane left Tampa at am bound for New Orleans Capt Frank E Todd the air craft commander reported at am he was over a check point 100 miles east of New Orleans That was near the island It was the last contact with the plane A specially equipped 95foot Coast Guard search and rescue boat pulled out of Pascagoula Miss to join the search The 165 foot cutler Nike left Gulfport Miss headed south with two doc tors and medical supplies aboard A special search helicopter was unable to leave New Orleans be cause of the weather OWNED BY DELTA At Moisant International Airport New Orleans the air control tow er reported a 200foot visibility ceiling that forced cancellation of all flights incoming and outgoing since midnight The plane was owned by Delta Airlines but was operated by Na tional crews on a DeitaNational Amcncan Air Lines interchange between Miami and the West Coast Other members of the crew were identified as first Officer DickS Becbee Flight Engineer George II Clark and stewardesses Pat Hires and Donna Osburn 2 Youths Rob Drivein Movie OKLAHOMA CITY AP Po lice reported two vouths robbed a drivein movie ticket office of an undetermined sum of money day night and fled in a hotrod Officers said the word Wanted was painted in red letters on tha rear of the getaway car NETHER PROVIDENCE An arson investigation continued to day following a Saturday barn fire that kept 100 firemen at the scene for five hours A woman who reported the blaze is a patient in the Univer sity of Pennsylvania Hospital Philadelphia after suffering a heart attack in the excitement The fire was first noticed a pm When firemen arrived flames were eating through the wood shingle roof of the struc ture The barn which was with hay and straw was located on the Charles B Houston estate off Harvey road and Providence road in Garden City Mrs Ethel Adams who lives with her family in a tenant home about 300 feet from the barn re ported the fire She reportedly saw four tccnage boys run from the bam just before smoke and flames enveloped the building Mrs Adams who is afflicted with a heart ailment buffered a relapse shortly after he fire broke out and was transferred to the hospital by Tarksidc ambu lance She was reported in good condition today by relatives Garden City Fire Chief William Crystle and Nether Providence Police Chief Ralph Howard are coordinating investigative offoris with state police arson prcfoers Damage has been estimated at The blaze was offi cially labeled of suspicious ori gin Assistant Fire Chief George Ma son of the Garden City company was struck on the head and shoul der by a falling beam and was dazed He did not require med ical attention however Over 100 firemen from Garden City South Media and Brookhav cn fought the fire for a full five hours The Moyamensing Juniors were also on hand to aid the fire fighters The owner of the property is the son of It H Houston who was mayor of Chester from 1S102 Oo Charles Houston visits the es tate only periodically spending most of his time in He was nol ai home this weekend Senator Snooper Middle age is when a man starts going to bed ahead of his children Amusements Bridge Classified Ads Comics Crossword Puzzle Deaths Ecton Wright Editorials Horoscope Junior Editors Patterns School Page Sports Television Womens 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