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   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 18, 1959, Chester, Pennsylvania                                Delaware County COLD Fill Weatbtr Ecxrt t TEMfEEATUIES THIS MOKNINO 4 5 1 6 1 7 1 8 j 9 110111 22122122121121122 J23125 FINAL 84th 58605 CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1959 Seven Cents Probers Check Dick Clarks ABC Backs Idol of TeenAgers But Has to Drop Outside Interests PHILADELPHIA AP House investigators have come here to check information about the vision practices of Dick Clark today idol of teenagers There s The House subcommittee on multicolored lights and tinsel in Legislative Oversight announced the Foster household the investigatorstrip Tuesday Under it are many gifts for MAY BE BLIND BEFORE DEC 25 j Boy Celebrating Christmas Today Montana Cold Chills Alaskan BUTTE Mont W Two pas sengers debarking from a plana were overheard talking about Montanas 40below zero tern peratures First passenger Brrrr Will I be glad to get home Second passenger You must be from California First passenger Not me Im from Fairbanks Alaska i PHILADELPHIA is celebrating Christmas a big tree shining with me iiiveaugaiuio unuci spokesman said the information Jackie including the toy rifle he generally concerned the wanted cittees investigation of Practices RTTVn RV used to promote music BLIND BY THEN The subcommittee announced Jackie couldn t wait until De recently that it would Investigate payoffs to disc jockeys to play and promote records ABC STATEMENT Clarks network issued a state ment Tuesday night in New York The American Broadcasting Co said ithad examined all evidence cember 25 because he probably will be blind by then His parents to see one mor Clarks Settled In Wallingford WALLINGFORD This com munity exercised its good neighbor policy this week by giving its newest and currently best known Dick rare privilege of privacy Bandslander Clark his wife young son are scarcely settled in their new stone and clapboard splitlevel home on Dogwood lane and Plush Mill road The curious always drawn by headline personalities have so far been discreet A few more cars than usual have trailed by the house but for the most part their arrival from Drexelbrook has not been obtrusive and their neighbors not intrusive Almost opposite Summit School one of the chief reasons they moved to Nether Provi dence was its excellent schools according to they have a fivebedroom three bathroom home costing an esti mated wanted him Christmas The sevenyearold boy will en ter Wills Eye Hospital Wednes day to await a only a miracle Jackie is a victim of cancer When he was 13 months old his left eye was removed because o a malignant retina blastoma tu tragic fate tha could preclude mor inside it Recently the ackie in the right eye Doctors ay the same type of tumor ap eared but they want to be sure Theyll conduct tests before oper tihg ODDS AGAINST HIM The odds are against Jackie Surgery to remove the eye ap pears almost certain An exten sion of the tumor could be fatal Jackie knows all this But I aint scared he said FRIGID iwxovered tanker tieing up at Randolph Street dock in Chicago Tem inbound from Cleveland Ohio laden with gasoline peratures reached a record nearzero readmg for tins and oil presented this wintry scene Tuesday after date AP Wirephoto today I wanted to be a doctor But now I dont know what May be Ill play the piano or an elec tric guitar Some man down the street said hes going to buy me a guitar His names Roy Despite his plight Jackie has consoled his mother Selma 28 If it werent for Jackie she said I dont think I could take it If I start crying and he sees me he starts crying Theres noth ing you can do except try to be disease struc cheerful Marcus Hook Detour Ends MARCUS HOOK Post road 10th street throughthe cen ter of downtown Marcus Hook was scheduled to be reopened to twoway traffic at 3 pm today The road has been closed to westbound traffic since Oct 25 when a water main break caved in the highway in front of the American Viscose plant It was opened to eastbound ve hicles only a few days later but westbound traffic has been rerouted up Mam street Train er and down 9th street to Mar ket street in the Hook Thermometer Flirts With AllTime Low High Winds Abate But Cold Is Expected to Linger in County Bonds Sold For Trash Disposal MEDIA COURTHOUSE The county commissioners Tuesday sold a one million dollar bond is jsue and awarded contracts fo construction of the second incin erator plant in Darby Township The bond issue which will be used partly to pay for the incin erator plant construction and to purchase ground for thethird in cinerator was soldto Kidder Peabody Co Philadelphia at a net interest cost of over 25 years There were 11 other bids ranging up to a high interest cost of Construction of the second in cinerator will cost on JVDUSTRY PRESENTS PLAN Speedy Clearance Of Berries Sought The icy fingers of a prewinter cold wave moved the thermomet er down to 21 degrees in one degree of an alltime low record in the area for this date set in 1936 The coldest day of the season also gave unprepared motorists a lot of mechanical troubles and early morning commuters a fea case of the chills Winds which blew in gusts up to 30 miles an hour Tuesday nigh as the coldwave shackled itself to Delaware County let up some what today But weather forecast ers said the cold would not begin to abate until Thursday and then here will be only a slight easing up Another overnight low of 20 de jrees was forecast for tonight If the mercury gets there it wil match the low record for Nov 19 also set in 1936 Daytime temperatures will stay below freezing today but should get up to 40 degrees tomorrow Beyond that the Phfladelphi Weather Bureau foresees below normal temperatures through the next five days The anticipated warmup Thurs day should continue on Friday and culminate in wet weather Saturday After that it will be cold again More rain is due on Monday Truman On Ike Y Trip President Studying It AUGUSTA Ga Sisenhower is mulling over a pro posal that he ask Harry S Truman o go along on next months good will visit to three continents a White House spokesman says Wayne Hawks acting White House press secretary told a news conference questioner Tuesday He has it under consideration Poll Results i Unchangedj In County But Certification Is Still Pending MEDIA COURTHOUSEA few majorities were sliced thinner but no substantial changes turned up as the official tabulation of Del aware Countys Nov 4 election returns was completed here Tues day Despite its completion certification of the official yota count is hung up on the possibility that a recount will be demanded in a number of precincts This was indicated Tuesday when Joseph J Helyenek who narrowly lost out to William A Welsh for the minority post of the county Board of Commis sioners said he would appeal to the county courtto havethe vot ing machines fecanvassed in at east 15 precincts He has until Thursday to file an appeal In the official count Helyenek received 60657 votes compared with 60645 reported in the unof ficial returns At the same time yes But one obvious obstacle in the way of turning the President and former President into traveling companions is that for seven years there hasnt been much goodwill between them IIST UNAWARE And a spokesman for Truman said in Kansas City that Truman WASHINGTON cran berry industry today presents to the government a plan it hopes will assureplenty of safe cran berries inlime for Thanksgiving The problem is to separate the Jean berries from those that have been contaminated by aminotria zole a weedkiller that causes can cer in laboratory rats So far the only way to do this has been the Detroit city and county health authorities acting independently of the federal government said Tuesday they had found some tainted berries shipped by a New Jersey cannery in October 1958 PACKED IN BRIDGETON These cans bore the label Grosse Point Quality and were packed by the April Orchards Co Soviets Produce 250 HMissiles a Year paciveu uy uie rtym wiuiituuo vu cnrvwr T o Bridgeton NJ said citycounty MOSCOW Fremier only way to ao mis nas oeun uie o Bridgeton NJ sa ctycouny painstaking testing of each batch health officer Joseph G Molner Khrushchev says one Soviet fac of cranberries by government Molner said most of the 44800 tory alone has turned out 2aO lemists cans in the New Jersey lot had rockets with hydrogen warheads Of the berries tested the great teg soW iong ago and probably in one enough to Tioc Koorv stimUT enCITlICS 0 rasT Clark ABC went on has neiCynwyd at Furnishing ther solicited nor accepted any the personal considerationsmoney or MorseBulger Inc of New have any hJ1 SSSildnt Earlier it was by ABC to either give up his out side business interests or his tele vision shows Clark rose quickly to fame with his nationally televised disc jockey show American Bandstand He also is master of ceremonies on the Saturday night Dick Clark Show from New York and he appears on a Sunday panel show Clark dropped the business in terests onethird ownership in a Philadelphia record company and interests in three music pubish ing companies announced the for heating had been toldlMetal Co of the earth raze all enemies off the face ui uie uetiies LCSICU uic meen soia long ago ana preponderance has been cleared were eaten last Thanksgiving or jut the work is slow and ThanksChristmas He said he believed of giving is only eight days away no one who ate them is in danger You can well imagine that il George C P Olsson president Nevertheless Detroit grocers were this lethal weapon is exploded of Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc ordered totake remaining cans of over some country there will be a cooperative which handles 75 this shipment off their shelves nothing left there at all Khrush per cent of the nations cranberry so far food and drug chemists chev told a meeting of Sovie crop will present the plan to Secnave tested 440 samples across Journalists But the Soviet govern retary of Welfare Arthur S Flemthe nation Five of these proved ment is ready to sink all this in contaminated Several are being the sea in the interests of cnsur insiwace on earth he said if knew nothing of the idea It was Sen Thomas J Dodd DConn who suggested that Ei l sennawer make his 20000mile tour of 11 nations a bipartisan wrote a letter to the chief executive Friday proposing that Eisenhower invite one or more Democrats experienced in international affairs I In addition to Truman the sena eascd until Tuesday night tor mentioned Dean Acheson who The Soviet leader said he was was Trumans secretary of state making public the rocket producAdlai E Stevenson the loser to tion figure to back up his 1958 Eisenhower in the 1952 and 1956 announcement that the Soviets presidential campaigns and Rep were turning out intercontinental Chester Bowles a for ballistic missiles He did not inmer ambassador in India dicate whether the plant he HIGH PRIORITY referred to was producing all of India with Red China glowering the Soviets nuclear headed across her northern border is nln4 lliinVi 1 Vin t ni Welsh dropped 147 votes receiving a total of 60864 in the official count compared with 61011 unof ficial This pared his lead over Helye nek from 366 to 207 Another result of the count was further narrowing of Thomas A Currans lead over Judge Allen S Olmsted 2nd in the county judgeship contest Currans ma jority dropped to 25211 about 2000 under that originallyreport ed The official returns showed a 93773 vote for Curran and 68562 for Olmsted TIE VOTE UNCHANGED A tie in the Parfeide Council fight in which Democrat Paul F Cawley and Incumbent Republi can Leonard T W Southby each polled 407 votes remained un changed As a consequence tha winner will be chosen by drawing lots at noon Friday in the com missioners hearing room here Even after the official count rockets high priority point on the tour mmg The government acted Tuesday to seize a fifth batch of contaminated berries This onel or ventilating and Eder Electri Co of Philadelphia fo electrical work Money left over from last years four million dollar bond issue aft er paying for construction of the countys first incinerator plant in Chester Township will be added to the proceeds of the new issue to pay construction of the second plant The commissioners ire expect ed to purchase ground near Law rence Park in Marple Township i for the third plant COMMITTED TO HOSPITAL came from Washington State Prej vious tainted berries were found from Oregon and Wisconsin Only part of the contaminated j Washington shipment could be traced by government agents The rest presumably is still on the way to consumers The Washington shipment was said to be one of two lots from the 1959 West Coast crop that orig inally touched off the nationwide cranberry scare last week By the time Food and Drug Administra tion chemists finished checking samples it was found the lot had already been shipped to jobbers The part that was traced con sisted of 10 cases containing 24 pounds of fresh berries each It was shipped Oct 15 from Mark ham Wash to Portland Ore Broomall Kidnap Try Suspect Cited Insane oad from near Jroomall NFW in Dela f Mr and ware County for attempting to cott from kidnap a 4yearold Broomall youngster last month a 33year old consulting engineer and ex convict has been committed to a state hospital for the insane here This was disclosed Tuesday when the suspect George E Dil lon 53 of New York didn t ap pear for a hearing on his refusa to waive extradition to Pennsyl vania James Moslcy an assist ant district attorney told the court that Dillon was sent to Har lem Valley State Hospital Mon day on order of State Supran Court Justice Matthew M Levy Dillon was arrested in York Oct 4 on a charge o Iryin to kidnap Robert G Scott so Mrs Raymond P his home Marple Anthony avenue He was accused of entering the home with a gun Oct 1 and forc ng the childs governess Agnes UcFetridge to accompany him on a 15minute ride The boy was not harmed or disturbed Miss McFetridge noted his li cense number and Dillon was traced through it He has a police record dating back a quarter cen tury and has served terms fov robbery Justice Levy it was explained sent Dillon to the hospital on rec ommendation from Bellcvtic Hos pital where Dillon had been ex amined Voted For Cards MEDIA Following a cus tom of years Media School Board authorized the spending of from the school budget Tuesday night for the printing and mailmg of Christmas cards The greetings arc seit on be haH of the board to teachers nonprofessional staff wmbers of the d i s t r I c t neighboring school districts state school oC ficials Media borough officials and community churhcs So far this years card design has not yet been selected It is chosen from linoleum block de signs made bi the high school art class Senator Snooper Any fool can criticize con emn and most fools do Amusements 16 Bridge 34 Classified Ads 3033 Comics 34 35 Crossword Puzzle 34 Deaths 4 30 Editorials 8 Horoscope 35 In Service 26 Junior Editors 34 Patterns 28 School Page 15 Sports 2022 Television 7 Womens Section 10 11 TIMES TELEPHONES Want Ads TR 45252 Other 66161 ing peace on earth he said other countries will follow our ex I ample Khrushchevs speech was made Fridaybut his text was not re Some in the West claim that Eisenhower will spend more time the Soviet Union has changed ils there than in any other country policy and therefore it has become It is in preparation for the trip easier to talk with us Khrushthat the President is vacationing chev said This is wrong of here at Augusta National Golf course Communists we were Club and storing up as much rest bom Communists we live and will and relaxation as he can Con not die but continue to march onferences with Washington officials was complete there was a hasty recheck of one figure today when reporters questioned a discrep ancy in the total for John Dickey Democratic candidate for county surveyor The official figure as first announced was 66877 against the unofficial 59678 A readding came out to a revised official of 59449 Other official figures Republican county commission Robert Watktns 99412 Albert H Swing 97801 recorder of deeds James Dunn 60056 Joseph A Pappano 99848 district attorney Francis ward as Communists take some of his time Lord D 59736 Jacques Fox R 99848 treasurer John Gus Schuppert D 59968 J Warren Bullen Jr R 100222 prothono tary Ruth C Kraft D 59079 and Howard F Reed Jr R 100270 CHANGING COMPLEXION Area Employment on Rise Despite the widespread effects of the long steel strike across the state the Philadelphia labor mar ket which includes Delaware to be in better shape this fall than last According to a report from the US Department of Labor the Philadelphia area has been added to a list of areas wherein a rela tively low unemployment rate ex ists The change is complexion was attributed to an uptrend in factory employment and recent advances in the electrical and non electrical machinery metals and transportation equipment total employment was estimated al 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 Wednesday Nov 25Monday Nov 21 Thursday Nov 26Monday Nov 23 Friday Nov Nov 24 Saturday Nov 28Wednesday Nov 25 i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Thursday Nov 26Tuesday Nov 24 inursaay NOV m 00 pM Fridav Nov 27Wednesday Nov 25 jmaay fields In addition n September 169 million This is higher than the 168 million registered a year ago despite the fact that the stee industry stoppage had accountec for much unemployment tha month A report by the State DC partmcnt of Labor and Industr said Were it not for the wor stoppage in the steel industry th current level would be well above the figure of a year ago Another state study showed close to 10000 workers were di rectly or indirectly affected by the steel strike earlier this month In the Philadelphia area 500 steel workers were directly affected In addition 700 railroad employes and 8500 other workers were touched by the stride MORE MONEY And from all appearances Phil delphia laborers are making more money this fall than last The stale survey revealed aver ge weekly earnings in the Phila ietphia area during September vere 59315 compared to a yearago Average hourly earn ngs amounted to compared o in September 1958 Average weekly hours was slightly higher than last year In September the figure hit 405 while last year it was 396 State Secretary of Labor and In dustry William L Batt Jr add ed a note of caution however Ha said current ratings are based on September figures and the major effects of the steelworkers strike had not yet been manifest at that time 1600 STEELWORKERS BACK Plant Bustling The federal report set the Sep tember unemployment rate for the Philadelphia area at 54 per cent of the total civilian labor force The state rale however was 72 per cent 1600 ers are back on the job at the Colorado Fuel Iron plant on Philadelphia pike and the com pany said it expects the remain ing 250 employes stiil out will re turn within the next few days Four of the plants six open hearth furnaces are in operation with a fifth to be ready in a short time Although it uses five furnaces to make slcel at its nor mal production level the com pany said it hopes to put all six furnaces in operation shortly Both piate mills have been put n operating condition although they are being operated only one at a time now It is expected Jicre will be sufficient work for both mills in the near future Both the flanging department and fabrications are operating at full speed the company said A few workers who returned to the job a week ago Saturday after the courtordered 80day cease fire injunction in the nationwide steel strike were paid last Fri day For most workers this com ing Friday will be their first pay day since the strike started   

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