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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1960, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY btck in grandpas time wan Mftwthtaf mate you sleep They tailed it work 13 Rtt Indiana Cotmfr TKat Every of tfte Fflmflf EDITION Holumd No Cfctcber 4 Nikita Mac To Meet 2nd Time On Deadlock Discuss Cold War Seize Pure Latin Envoy NEW YORK Premier Khrushchev arrang to meet today for a second ame with Britains Prime Minister Harold Macmillan to discuss the EastWest dead lock The British leader who met Sunday with President Eisenhow er in Washington set up a return date with Khrushchev for this af ternoon after attending a morning session of the United Nations Gen IkraV Assembly In advance of the talks Khru shchev met for an hour with Crown Prince Moulay Hussan ol Morocco The meeting at the So viet Park Avenue headquarters represented another of the busy Kremlin leaders efforts to wooring has been smashed with the RED BLOC RENEWS DAG ATTACK Others H Dope Snr eld In uggling CLUBE By HAL Me NEW YORK international dope smuggling arrest of a Guatemalan di independentminded countries to plomat and three other men and the seizure of million his side worth of pure heroin officials say Standing beside Khrushchev at Narcotics could have brought in terward Hussan told newsmen retail market are in agreement on the needj to liberate Algeria and the libera tion of all Khrushchev a wide grin on his face nodded agreement million on the Officials said it was the largest seizure of narcotics ever Macmillan was reported pessi mistic about prospects for budg ing Khrushchevs adamant East West stand in advance of their second gettogether Their first last Friday ended in a known to the U S government Guatemalas ambassador to Bel gium and the Netherlands Maur icio Rosal 47 and the others were held in million total bail Mon day after their arrest in Manhat tan Federal agents said they had three black eadlock Macmillan then flew to about 110 ashington to report on the con versations to Eisenhower Earlier Khrushchev was ported to believe his oneman dip lomatic offensive at the had been a grand success particularly in wooing neutral nations pleads Guilty PITTSBURGH A Con Aellsville coal operator William pleaded guilty to a chargeof evading payment Income taxes fof 1953 valises containing of heroin and had about in cash appar ently a partial payment for the dope Rosal a dapper balding man was indignant at the arrest and claimed diplomatic immunity But officials said he was not accredit ed to this country and did not en joy immunity from arrest here In Washington Carlos Alejos Guatemalan ambassador to the United States said he was Shocked to hear of the arrest and promised an immediate investiga See Col I I MM I I fr AF Satellite To Orbit Magnetic Brain BULLETIN CAPE CANAVERAL Fla sleek space rocket blazed aloft today in an attempt to ortit a magnetic satellite forerunner of a revolutionary worldwide U S military com jmmications system The satellite called Courier IB is designed primarily to receive and record radio teletypewriter messages and trans mit them on command to other ground stations It also is capable of voice transmissions and instant relay of messages between stations Disorders Erupt At GE Plants NEW YORK erupted today on picket lines at struck General Electric Co plants In two states Skirmishes occurred as federal mediators prepared to meet with management and the striking In ternational Union of Electrical Corkers for new peace talks At Syracuse N a scream ing shoving throng of about 800 pickets engaged hi a brawl with some 210 officers hi an attempt to prevent nonstrikers from en GEs Electronics Park The rocket was fired at p m EST It rose smoothly from its pad Arching high in the slightly hazy skies the rocket sped in an easterly direction Its bright ex haust vanished from sight about three minutes after launch A recorded voice message from Secretary of the Army Wilber Brucker went up in the satellite If the satellite orbits the 1 min ute congratulatory message will be beamed to a ground station oii the first pass around the world Courier IBs five magnetic tape recorders and complex transmitf ting equipment are geared to simf ultaneously send and receive 000 words a minute The satellite a 61inch MAURICIO ROSAL envoy in dope arrest Navy Claims Circle Course Speed Record WASHINGTON Navy claimed a closed circuit speed record today for its new McDon aell F4H Phantom II fighter It announced that in runs ove Edwards Air Force Base Calif oh Sept 25 the fighter flown b Cmdr John F Jeff Davis o Chicago had averaged miles per hour over a 62mile cir cular course Navy officials said the feat o flying the fighter in a circle only miles in diameter while hold ing a sustained speed more than double the speed of sound was o major The Hight by Davis will be sub mitted for final certification b the Federation Aeronautique In ternationale The previous recor of was set by Brig Gen Joseph H Moore of the Ai Force in 1959 Davis will receive the Distin guished Flying Cross from Navy Secretary William B Franke late today At a news conference Davis re ported the circular course wa Is Nikita Just Be ing Tolerated UNITED NATIONS AP To understand the reasoning be ind the speculation cocerning Chrushchevs current It s necessary to take a look back ward Khrushchev at what seemed j he crest of bis power iiority had been driving hard long lines of a program for what ie called peaceful coexistence The Soviet Union would avoid the isk of total war while mounting jolitical and economic offensives o break down resistance to Soviet oncepts of how peace should be mposed That would take time and there were impatient men in the world Communist movement Meanwhile ome attractive prospects for mil tant aggressive communist ac ion were emerging hi the Middle East in Africa in Cuba In 1958 Khrushchev imposed a goslow policy in the Middle East at the expense of a strong Com munist party in Iraq which all but hadthat oilrich nation in its rasp It is likely this and other cau ious Khrushchev actions inhibit ng Communists from dangerous activity raised some resentment n the world movement It is fair y clear too that the Communist Chinese have been resentful They lave big plans for their role in Africa and the Middle East They are fafffess impressed than horrors of nu Khrushchev Had worked hlard to ring about the Pearls summit When he stormily broke it hip many observers got the impres sion he did so in spite of him self possibly because of pressure rom military leaders and politi cians at home who had been giv ing a sympathetic ear to the com plaints of restive Communists and he Red Chinese leadership In NewYork Khrushchev has acted like a man assigned a spe cific job One day he roars The next he conducts himself with rel ative dignity Always his thunder ous pronouncements and startling interruptions leave the idea that they seem well thought out in ad vance Could It be that Khrushchev is an instrument perhaps of a tight collective in Moscow Is Khrushchev just being toler ated in the title roles of party chief and government leader so long as he continues to display striking talents as a salesman for communism Is Khrushchev indeed the mes senger of a toughminded clique Hatr tering plant No one was injured but 12 IUE men were arrested on disorderly conduct charges including John tanley 41 business agent of ocal 320 In Massachusetts pickets at coffee Delhi gates of GE plants in Lynn Ev erett and Pittsfield marched and hurled taunts at workers who en tered the yards Nails were reported strewn hi the Lynn and Fitchburg areas and in Lynn some 300 cars carry Ing nonstrikers had flat tires Two more assault arrests in brought the total in that to eight At Philadelphia a solid front of pickets refused to give way and thwarted police efforts to escort i about 100 employes into GEs iwitchgear plant In Holland a union spokesman claimed that a picket was knocked down Monday and that another was brushed today by cars entering the GE plant Jhere The union asked more po protection I weighing 500 pounds was aimed i flown at an altitude of about at a circular orbit between 700 feet above the Mojave Desert and 750 miles above the earth Word on whether the satellite achieved orbit was expected from the Defense Department in about two hours willing to stretch world tensions to the breaking point in pursuit of a rapid remaking of the world in the Soviet image So Korea Asks US Aid READY FOR THE BATTLE Casey Stengel New York Yankee manager and Danny Murtaugh manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates get together at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh today during workouts of the two teams in preparation for tomorrows first game of the World Series AP Wirephoto Confab Prospect Fading UNITED NATIONS N Soviet bloc turn ed new fire on Secretary aeneral Dag Hammarskjold in the United Nations today as prospects faded for any significant advance during his session toward East West agreement In the first Communist reaction to Hammarskjold defiant rejec tion Monday of Premier Khru shchevs suggestion that he re sign Nikolai V Podgorny of the Soviet Ukraine renewed the So viet leaders charge that Ham marskjold served only ist interests in Africas Congo The steppedup attack on secretarygeneral came in midst of a new round of diplo matic activity Just before the proceedings be gan in the Assembly British Prime Minister Harold Macmil lan conferred with Hammarskjold And at the same time the Soviets asked for a meeting between Khrushchev and Macmillan a key figure in the Wests at this session The British gested a meeting later in the day Khrushchevs attacks marskjold are viewed as ba of cold war weather number of clues to Firing Policemen Major Red Target In US signed to testthe flight perform WASH1NGTON Central ance of this unique solid fuel and Intelligence Agency official told relatively low WASHINGTON 72foot Scout rocket roared miles high and miles out over the South Pacific today on a mission that could help develop means for detect ing nuclear explosions in space The Civilian Space Agency announced 80 minutes after the firing that the flight was a complete success and the rocket had followed its programmed flight path Primarily the shot was de policemen today they are a major target of the Communists The better your force the greater its efficiency the higher its competence in preserving the peace the more vital it is for the Communists to destroy Ly man B Kirkpatrick inspector cost rocket which various important missions in the is slated for spaceexploring near future But the rocket also carried a special Air Force experiment de signed to test the feasibility of spotting radiation from sneak nu clear explosions high above the atmosphere Such explosions touched off by an enemy could Call Philly ire Toughest Since 1956 general of the CIA said in a cast a kind of electronic curtain speech for the annual conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police inc i Kirkpatrick gave examples of the Communist techniques against the police in various countries In one country he said the tech nique was directed primarily ward discrediting the police in the eyes of the people but it failed In another he said the Con munist press specializes in ing up and discrediting all police SEOUL South Korea action against rioters strikers South Korean government has and Also he said the asked the United States to proCommunists have exerted consid vide 400 million dollars during the erable effort to penetrate the po around the earth knocking an other nations early warning sys tem and hiding the approach of attacking missiles or bombers See 4 Col 5 25 Mothers Act As Stop Signals PHILADELPHIA AP 5 mothers in the Olney section have become human stop signals to protect their children on the way to school The mothers use a clothesline with several strips of cloth tied to it as a traffic barricade Thev Were bulldmS employes Most of to it as a nanic oarncaae ineyth fillffftrwi inhniaHrm m Critically Hurt In Auto Mishap PITTSBURGH AP A 6year old Washington boy was in critical condition at Mercy Hospitwonearby schools 4nI trvslntr i PHILADELPHIA AP Chief George says a five alarm blaze which injured 20 per sons tied up traffic and causal severe damage was the toughest in downtown Philadelphia 1956 Some 300 persons were evaeu About jated Monday from the ninestory building at 16th and Chestnut streets which houses an F W Woolworth store an educational television station and several of fices firemen were injured The other four persons injured can cross a raise it every few minutes to stop traffic so children busy intersection The mothers unsuccessfully pe titioned the city to erect traffic signals at the corner About 500 children cross the intersection daily on their way to classes as tal today with Injuries suffered when struck by a car At least two children have been Robert Blakeslee was struck in injured at the corner and Friday next five years in special ecolice and to sap the morale of the Washington Monday and was another child narrowly escaped nomic aid to help tide it over force Back On Coast LOS ANGELES bier Mickey Cohen denied a de in his income tax trial is back mashed potatoes salad pie rolls in today after trP east o witnesses Inside The Gazette THINKING OF Thinking about college for one of your children Dont miss Hal Boyles column on page 6 today COMPARE YANKEES Compare the Yankee and statistics on sports pages 14 and 15 Beat em Bucs economic difficulties Seoul news papers reported today A government note requesting the extra aid was handed to the director of the American aid mis sion here last week the reports said quoting government officials Dr Raymond T Moyer of the operations mission here left for Washington Monday to join Ambassador Walter McConaughy in highlevel talks on the Korean question Homer Legion Party Tuesday en to Washington Hospital hit a spokesman being transferred to Mercy said underwent surgery for a head in 44x1 jury Monday night The mothers began their special watch Monday I them suffered smoke inhalation or cuts All but one of the injured were released after treatment He was James Canty 49 a fire man who suffered smoke inhala tion and exhaustion fire apparently started in the air conditioning system be tween the third and fourth floor Most of the blaze was confined to the Woolworth stockroom on third floor Educational television station WHYY housed on an upper floor was forced to leave the air for the Station will broadcast for short periods over another Philadelphia station The loss was not estimated Thought Gl Buried Two Years Qther Features Ii Hirrvr M Mn WEATHER FOBECAST Fire Department Donation Due A reminder was issued today concerning the annual appeal by the Indiana Fire Association were sent to Indiana vea reaidents last month with a postage paid envelope in which Georgia Woman Holds Joyous Reunion With Buried Husband HINESVILLE Ga Cartersville woman was icajlv having a joyous reunion today Army with AP A i Mrs Sanderson visited her crit ill husband in the hospital at Ft Lewis late in 1958 Sanderson re a soldier husband she suffering from amnesia thought she had buried two yearsas a result of a head injury says ago in a North Carolina grave jhe dues not remember Juanita Law Sanderson marsince that time erson was startled to receive a letter from her husband asking to get in touch with him at Ft Stewart here She came here Monday with her aunt Miss Montaree Law of Car events tersville her son Johnny 5 by an earlier marriage and resumed u Sporti HIJ U financial donation could he reried after her husbands supposed Mrs Sanderson quoted doctorslife as Mrs Jarvis Leroy Saad turoed to the fire company funeral but she reports she and at Ft Lewis as offering this poserson sailor William R Howard of sible explanation j I dont remember what hap Marietta since have dej Sanderson wandered from his pened to it seems like enables the IfidiBna to continue Itc superior fire cided to call it quits She feels hospital bed Another criticallyill 100 years have Sander Partly cloudy and mild tonight Low in the upper 40 s Wednes day sunny little wa protection who neglected to return their donation are re quested do so BOW free to return to soldier Jarvis soldier found his way to the said marriage She had just returned Cartersville from the long trip to visit him in the Army hospital at Ft Lewis Funeral services were held at the Army chapel at Ft Bragg at the request of Sandersons sister Annie Mae Carter of pee the wife added Thu burial was at a National tery near Raleigh The Sandersons were married at Raleigh in 1956 They lived at Columbia until the husband Sanderson since could not died and was buried as Sand Mrs Sanderson was notified ofan Army man for 14 years have legally married Howard i erson her husbands death on Dec 17 while Sanderson was alive I Whatever happened Mrs Sand11958 the first anniversary of their ceived his critical injuries ordered to Formosa where he 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