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   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 17, 1959, Chester, Pennsylvania                                Delaware County COLD rill Wf t TKMPEEATUKES THIS MOBNINd 4 j 5 6 7 I 8 1 9 10 11 84th 58604 FINAL CHESTER PA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 171959 Seven Cents Harmony Pattern Sought Adenauer In England LONDON Chan cellor Konrad Adenauer arrived today for talks with Prime Min islei Harold Macmillan to dis perse nagging misunderstanding between West Germany and Brit sin In three days of consultations Macmillan and Adenauer hope to coordinate foreign policies in an ticipation of an EastWest summit conference next spring or sum mer Macmillan went from a Cabinet meeting to the railroad station where he shook hands and chat ted with the 83yearold West Ger man leader A crowd of 300 inside the sta tion and 1000 along the streets witnessed the arrival with a few cheers but no evidence of reai warmth Adenauer came to Britain with minimum of fanfare He flew to Gatwick Airport 30 miles out See HARMONY Page 4 Boeing Vertol May Wed Stock Deal Considered GRIM CARGO Behind nine bodies cov ies came Into Gulfport Miss ered by white canvas CAB officials in spect what wreckage could be recovered after an airliner crashed into the Gulf of Mexico Monday The wreckage and bod day aboard the stern of the 95foot Coast Guard cutter where they are shown AP Wirephoto Election Board in Deadlock Fails to Agree On Vote Recount MEDIA COURTHOUSE Two county commissioners one a Re publican and one a Democrat sitting as the Delaware County Board of Elections in a special closeddoor session today were un able to agree on permitting recan vassing of voting machines on the baiss of 15 petitions now in their hands Crux of the disagreement be tween Arthur C Throne R and James J Connor D was a rul ing by Joseph W deFuria assist ant county solicitor that the pe titions alleged general errors in returns and were not sufficiently specific The 3man board was split 1 because J Warren Bullein Jr xvas a candidate for county treasj urer in the recent election and not permitted to sit in on a de cision concerning the election After the board failed to reach agreement Joseph Helyenek who lost by a narrow about 300 mar gin to William A Welsh for the Airliner Explosion Theory Is Advanced Search for Victims Continues In SharkInfested Waters MORTON Boeing Airplane Co of Seattle Wash is negotia ting to acquire Vertol Aircraft Corp here through an exchange of stock William M Allen Boeing presi dent and Don R Berlin presi dent of Vertol said their firms haveagreed to negotiate for the acquisition of Vertol by Boeing to be accomplished by issuance of two shares of Boeing stock for three shares of Vertol Vertol has approximately 673000 shares presently outstanding for which Boeing would issue about 449000 shares to increase its out standing shares by about 6 per cent Agreement is contemplated on a formal plan to be subject to ap proval by the directors of each company as well as by Vertol stockholders WOULD STAY HERE If the merger is accomplished it is expected operations of Ver tol would continue under the pres ent management at the present location as the Vertol Division of Boeing Vertol Aircraft Ltd of Arn Ike Holds Talks To Gain Better Space Program 18000 JOBS GONE County Is Short Of Plant Sites NEW ORLEANS AP Was there an explosion aboard the Na tional Airlines DC7B liner that crashed in the Gulf of Mexico Monday with 42 persons aboard If there wasdid it come before or after the crash Members of the party hunting in the sharkinfested waters for bodies believe there was an ex plosion But they dont agree on when it occurred There apparent ly were no survivors among the 36 passengers and 6 crew members to supply the answers The bodies of tune of the vic tims have been recovered A Coas Guard cutter arrived at Gulfport Miss earlier today with them and debris from the wreck A team of postal mspectors also wa aboard the cutter They had sev eral sacks of maii The bodies were taken to Kees ler Air Force Base Hospital ir Biloxi Miss Lt James L Sigman executiv minority seat on the Board of County Commissioners was in formed of the stalemente Students Pick Sun Vallef new PennDelco High School on Pancoasl avenue here will be known in the future as Sun Valley High School This name was selected by a vote of the student body today The students also adopted the name Vanguards for their ath letic teams and selected blue and gold as the official high school colors Students and parents had sub mitted proposed names to a school board committee and the suggestions were voted on by the students Bus Fares To Go Up Sunday PUC Okays Increases HARRISBURG It wffl cost more to ride the buses 5 Dela ware County starting Sunday Both the Southern Pennsylvania Bus Co in Chester and the Phil adelphia Suburban Transportation Co Red Arrow will increas ares under new rate schedule aj roved Monday by the Publi Jtility Commission The Southern Penn boost on rides in the a block of shares owned cus HookMedia area will go from 20 cents cash single zone fare to 23 cents However tokens will prior Ontario Canada and Al lied Research Associates Inc of oston Mass which was acquir d by Vertol in 1958 would be xpected to continue as separate orporations and subsidiaries of Joeing under their present man gement officials said Boeing is one of the nations argest aircraft and missile mak ers and Vertol is among the eading helicopter manufacturers n the country Both do extensive work for the armed forces Vertol presently has about 2000 employes down considerably from its peak of 5000 workers but this summer received military or ders of several million dollars for new turbine powered transport copters This is the third merger offer considered by the firm in the last four years In 1956 negotiations were opened with Northrop Air craft Inc of Hawthorne Calif but Northrop withdrew its merger offer in 1957 because of problems SWARTHMORE Theres no welcome wagon for industry in Delaware County the annual meetingof the Citizens Council of Delaware County was told here Citing a loss of 18000 manu facturing jobs in the county since 1953 Fred P Hopkins industrial consultant for the Pennsylvania Bureau of Employment Security asserted that there was no con certed effort made to attract in dustry to the county mission Prof James Paul of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Henry Gouley of May Ian a CCDC director Speaking of the growing pains of Delaware County which he said would become acute by 1970 with 750000 population Larson said that indicated that the explosion of n e w population in crease would be in the countys now rural western stretches He said that it might be necessary u t f to gather the people into urban As a result he pointed out in1 r wnnH dustries moving out from Phila delphia are seeking sites in Bucks and Montgomery counties rather than Delaware County He noted a lack of onestory factory build ings and said the only substantial site 298 acres owned by Vertol Aircraft Crop along the Indus trial Highway in Eddystone is controlled by Rockefeller inter ests in New York Hopkins was one of four speak ers at the session in the Friends groupings so they would have access to water sewers paving and nearby employment Prof Paul suggested that if the county didnthave sufficient mon ey to purchase park lands out right it should consider purchase of development rights This would amount to buying guaran tees from developers that the land would be developed commercially or otherwise in accordance with a prescribed formula Meetinghouse Others were Peter Larson executive director of the Delaware County Planning Corn be sold for cents two for Protesting the deadlock Helye nek said that 14 of the petitions had been circulated by him and that he would appeal to the coun ty court The election code gives him two days after the official count is complete to file his ap peal The precincts involved are sev en in Darby Township five in Upper Darby and three in Upper Providence Another snag developed when the dispute prompted a question on certification of school board returns They must be certified by the first Monday in Decem ber to permit the boards to re oagrnize officially But no returns can be certified if an appeal is pending officer of the Coast Guard air de tachment at New Orleans sai the wreckage was spread over a comparatively small area of two to three miles This indicated to him he said that the explosion came after the plane hit the water But two Air Force fliers who spent four hours over the scene said because the wreckage was so scattered it seemed to them the slane exploded in the air The two were Capt Raymond M Griswold pilot of an SAlf Albatross amphibian search ant rescue plane and Capt Peter Palazzolo the navigator If the plane had been in a large piece or pieces when she hit the water the wreckage woiilc have been more concentrated I wouldnt have covered a fivemil area Griswold said WRONG DATES ALLEGED 21 Complaints Filed In Blue Law Hassle NEWTOWN SQUARE Jus tice of the Peace Vram Nedur lan Jr center of a controversy involving the states Blue Law said today 21 informations were filed with him Monday charging three Kiddie City stores with Sun day sales last weekend Nedurian said seven complaints were against the Collingdale store five against the Upper Darby store in the 69th street section and nine against the Newtown Square store The justice said ne plans to issue warrants in the or ong as the law is in effect or un il he is restrained by court ac ion Delaware County courts wil icar arguments on the bid for an njunclion against Nedurian dur ng the week of Dec 14 Meanwhile in Philadelphia As sistant U S Attorney General Harry J Rubin said Monday There is nothing unconstitution al about banning sales on Sun days His statement was contain ed in a brief filed with a special panel of three federal judges The judges Thursday will hear oral arguments on an appeal fil Furloughed Workers Going Back LESTER Some 600 to 700 production workers at the West nghouse steam division here given threeday furloughs in a work dispute last week are scheduled to return to their jobs Wednesday and Thursday After an allday meeting Mon day of Local 107 and company officials indefinite suspensions previously imposed on about 12 shop stewards were reduced to threeday furloughs The company said it suspended workers when they refused to do their assigned jobs The union taims the workers merely de clined to take a wage cut the management attempted to force on them The closed down he large and medium turbine erecting and test lulled after a blade assembler re used to lake a different job with out increased pay Other workers joined his protest and the com pany furloughed them The grievance still is under dis cussion and will be considered further officials said 45 and a 2iy2 cent ticket 10 for Multizone fares will be raised accordingly The Red Arrow Lines will jump ts fares to the same level on hat portion of its 69th StChester route between Sproul viaduct and Chester Red Arrow has tradition ally maintained fares there on a par with those of Southern Penn sylvania Bus which originally served the area SCHOOL TICKETS UP In addition Southern Penn re ceived approval to increase its school tickets from 5 for 40 cents to 10 for The bus company estimated that the increase would produce more than annually A letter of protest against the new fares had been sent to the PUC by the city of Chester by Piasecki Aircraft Corp Later in 1957 Bell Aircraft Corp of Niagara Falls NY op ened talks with a view toward merger of the firms but these exploratory discussions were ter minated by mutual consent early in 1958 Vertol was founded by helicopter inventor Frank Piasecki of Hav erford and was known as Piasecki Helicopter Corp until the name was changed in 1956 Piasecki left the firm of which he had been chairman of the board in 1955 to form his own Piasecki Aircraft Corp He first operated Senator Snooper Some people become vegetari ans because the butcher wont give them any credit Amusements 18 Bridge 22 Classified Ads 1821 Comics 22 23 Crossword Puzzle 22 Deaths 4 19 Editorials S Horoscope 23 In Service IS Junior Editors 22 Pattern 8 School Page 11 14 Sports 1618 Television 7 Womens Section 8 9 TIMES TELEPHONES Want Ads TR 45252 Other Calls 66161 n Philadelphia later moving his operation to New Castle Del Dick Clark Bows To ABC Edict PHILADELPHIA AP Tele vision star Dick Clark has bowed to an American Broadcasting Co request he drop outside business interests to remain with the net work his manager said today Marvin Josephson issued a Coldest Weather OnWay The frosty breath of the gusty North Wind will bring the seasons coldestweather to Delaware Coun ty tonight when the thermometer is scheduled to dip to the low 20s for the first time since early spring This dip will be a big fall from the 50degree high temperature today Temperatures were to begin falling shortly after noon when the frigid air mass moves over this area A litle rain fell early today as he colder air met the warm air hat had been in control here for the last 24 hours The cold mass will be accom panied by strong ed at 20 to 30 miles an which will blow gustily By Wed nesday the cold will be firmly entrenched and temperatures will not go above freezing for the day forecasters said There was little doubt that the cold will diminish much by Thursday but with the return of sunshine a warming trend should begin Gouley forwarded a plan for preservation of open land through the establishment of a conserv ancy or park foundation for the outright purchase suitable lands while they stillexist This he said could supplement what the county commissioners could not or would not buy and they could be held for future park de velopment and conveyance to the county He pointed this foundation could also receive lands as gift getting a manned rocket aloft Congress already has put out 104 million dollars for Saturn For the current fiscal year Con gress set aside 500575OOQ for all civilian space activities The fig ure appears likely to go up al Jiough some of the increase might be only on paper Space operations still would claim only a comparatively small part of the total budget The mili tary share is the big half The defense budget may go a bithigher too Eisenhower went over military spending plans Monday with Sec retary of Defense Neil McElroy He said it had been done in other counties notably Allegheny and Bucks Officers elected at the meeting included Walter M Carlson of Thornbury president Mrs Jos eph B Shane of Swarthmore 2nd vice president L Cheyney Smith of Media secretary and E H Rigby also of Media treasurer Budget Director Maurice H Stans and eight other Washington officials The outcome was a ten tative agreement to give the a little more Navy and Air armed money services and the statement saying Clark was told by ABC to either divest himself of interests in record manufactur ing and music publishing com panies or leave the network Clark is the star of a nationwide dance program for teenagers It also was disclosed that An thony Mammareila producer of Ihe program refused to bow to The coldest temperature re corded locally prior to this have been daily low readings of 31 de grees on Nov 3 and Oct 29 High readings have not previous ly gone below the 40s One consolation related by the relieved weatherman was that the precipitation was scheduled to clear the cold air If it hadnt the ABC edict and has resigned itherc would have been snow here Haircut Hike Set Monday price increase in mens haircuts to was announced today by Alfred Buf ano secretarytreasurer of the Associated Master Barbers Chapter 922 The 25cent boost goes into effect Monday he said The Master Barbers local chapter covering about 100 shops in the Chester Crum LynneLinwood Marcus Hook area had previously announced they would hold the line pend ing settlement of the steel strike Other shops which are union affiliated in the county had raised their prices about two weeks ago Bufano explained that the steel truce that put steel work ers back on their jobs at least temporarily prompted the deci sion to raise prices Childrens haircuts will remain at that price he said Ikes Health OK for Tour President NASAHead Map Plans Saturn Project Has Priority j AUGUSTA Ga AP Prest dent Eisenhower set his sights to day on space and the budget to finance its exploration He proceeded to discuss with Administrator T Keith Glennan the National Aeronautics and Space Administrations requests for more money starting next July 1 NASA is the civilian agency with full military no longer has perfecting huge space rockets One NASA project is Satum The goal a booster rocket with million pounds of thrust This would double the push which sent a Soviet rocket around the moon and it would be a big step toward Torce a little less manpower This would mean that military spending would cross from a little below 41 billion dollars for the current fiscal year to a little above for next year It would mean a small cut in military per sonnel which now stands at about 254 million The trend is toward putting more reliance and cash into mod ern weapons rather than men in uniform toward missiles rather than manned bombers AUGUSTA Ga House says President Eisenhower seems to be healthy enough for his overseas tour next month Mrs Eisenhower was reported over the weekend to have chatted about the trip while shopping here and to have told two clerks I think its too much for him I dont think he should do it Acting White House press secre tary Wayne Hawks said he is quite sure if any reasons of health dictated cancellation that Eisenhower wouldnt be making the trip and Im confident the doctors would advise against it DEFENSE MANPOWER CUT SEEN More Missiles in Budget ed by Two Guys From Harrison cases and will set a n d a discount house in Lehigh Comv Collingdale complaints he said ty near Allentown that is open the stores were charged with dat ing sales slips for Saturday Nov 14 although the sales were made on Sunday Nedurian against whom a re straining order is now being sought to prevent enforcement of Advertising Deadlines Notice of ADVERTISING DEADLINES for THANKSGIVING WEEK PUBLICATION DATE DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINE FOR COPY Monday Nov 23 Thursday Nov 19 Tucsdav Nov 24 Nov Wednesday Nov 25 M Thursday Nov 26 Monday Nov 23 Nov 27 Tuesday Nov 24 Sundays The firm which has other stores in New Jersey is seeking to have the Pennsylvania law declared un constitutional Rubin labeled the attempt nothing more than a fairy tale of the first order and said the Blue Law declared he will it was conjurrcd up from a va continue to accept information as riety of irrelevant circumstances CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Thursday Nov Fridav Nov 27Wednesday Nov 25 rnaay nmu Noon WAS11LNGTON AP More missiles less manpower is what emerges from the Eisenhower ad ministrations 1961 military bud jet The President gave tentative ap proval to this concept Monday at Augusta Ga after a fourhour meeting with top Pentagon brass and government budget planners Spending will remain at about the present 41 billion dollars for the year starting next July 1 Secretary of Defense Neil H McElroy said the Navy and Air Force had volunteered to cut Iheir manpower requirements a little in 1961 To offset this loss theycan look forward to more and better missiles and more atomicpowered submarines A second nuclearpowered aircraft carrier for the Navy failed to get approval The Army and Marine Corps re sisted pressures to cut their forces McElroy foreshadowing the new shape of war in the missile age said the nation must face some time in the future the jues tion of calling back some of its troops overseas No cut in these forces is in prospect for the next 18 months In concert with MTJroys think ng the Air Force chief of staff Monday told the meeting of NATC parliamentarians here to expect cutbacks in conventional forces including manned aircraft in the future Gen Thomas D White told the NATO group other changes are in prospect such as a rearrange ment of military forces now in Europe and creating of a fast striking combat unit based in Force will lose several of its 102 United States but ready for actionwings of aircraft most likely in anywhere Whites views dovetailed with the forecast made by McElroy to newsmen in Augusta and on his return to Washington McElroy said the 1961 defcasc budget could be cleared with the National Security Council within 10 days and get Eisenhowers final approval before he takes off Dec 3 for a good will mission to 11 nations Military manpower now is about million Just where and how many will be pared was not dis closed B47 medium bomber units It will continue to build up the bigger B52 bombers to a scheduled peak of 700 planes The Air Force now has opera tional control of the intercontin ental ballistic missiles the wea pons of the future The Navy under the new bud get will have to retire a few of its S64 active ships and probably operate the remaining ones with smaller crews But the Navys number of atom ic submarines each capable of launching 16 Polaris ballistic mis Thc Air Force for the currentsiles is slowly growing ft cur year agreed to accept a lower authorized strength of 845000 and actually has operated below that ceiling Under the new budget the Air rently is building nine Polaris subs and will ask money to start at least three more next year The new Navy budget might even stretched to provide for five more   

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