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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - August 17, 1957, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                GOOD A pun is the lowest form of you dont think of it first and The Lebanon Daily Times THE WEATHER Central Pennsylvania y fahand i with low 4855 Sunday i partly cloudy and 78 85th YEAR 293 LEBANON SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1957 Meeod of LebaaoB Act of Ibrefc S 18 PAGES CENTS man Binds F u g i five G i r IS h of By Police During Wild Auto Chase BALTIMORE Aug 17yearold twotone blonde in a red convertible led policeon a tire searing chase from Baltimores outskirts to the center of town today before she was shot by a motorcycle po liceman Wounded 1 nthe left shoulder she pulled over stopped calmly lit a cigarette and waited to be arrested Police identified her as Shir ey Ann Dickel of Lancaster Pa They said the car was regis ered under the name of Eris man Dickel of Lancaster CstiiMtfJvii She was stopped by a rOunQlV Baltimore County patrol car on No Progress In Strike Reported No news is bad news for the employes of the Lebanon Steel Foundry who are out of work since Thursday midnight when representatives of the 740 mem bers of Ihe union failed to reach an agreement with management and went on strike No meetings have been held s in the deadlock Frank 0 Hill personnel manager reported today and no meetings have been scheduled The skeleton office force com prising approximately 35 salaried employes reported today that or derly picketing continues One spokesman estimated about a doz en men on the picket lines The two sides were reportedly in agreement prior to the dead line as to wage increases for the new contract but were far apart on Officials of the striking local 1975 United Steel Workers would make nostatement but adistrict office official in Harrisburg re ported that things are tied up Hill said that to hisknowledge neither management nor union of ficals have attempted to arrange a meeting since the deadlock Says Exchange Students Would Benefit U S WASHINGTON young Harvard student just back from the Moscow Youth Festival says the United States would have everything to gain nothing to lose if there were a free ex change of students between this country and Russia Richard Medalie of St Loui Park said such ex change program would be the mostexciting thing I can think of as of reaching the Rus sian mind The Russians are hungry for Medalie said They are like children with insatiable Medalie related his experiences at the Youth Festival Friday to Sens Hubert H Humphrey D Joseph Clark Theodore Francis Green and John Sparkman He was the youth who went into Moscows Red Square to tell the Russians about the Hungarian rev olution and Western views on the international situation He refused to make the trip to Red China which some other American dele gates to the festival made over the objections of the State Depart ment Chemical Extinguishes Grass Fires Yesterday Two grass fires of unknown origin were extinguished by th Chemical Fire Company yester day in less than three hours The first occurred along the Pennsyl vania Railroad between Tenth and Twelfth about The second fcok place at Fourth and Grant Sts about No damage resulted from either blaze Chief Al Schroff and his assistant Frank Ceresini direct ed operations SPOT ANSWER NEEDED CHICAGO UP How do you pacify a grouchy baby leopard That is the question today at th Brookfield Zoo The zoo has de cided to try a teething ring rubbed with catnip to calm dowi an indignant 10weekold leoparc deserted by its mother at birth TODAY in the NEWS Amusements 8 9 Classified Ifi 1 Comics 14 1 Obituaries Editorial Sports 1 Womens Pages 11 1 PLACE A WANTAQ DIAL 25611 he outskirts of town for speed ng He took her license and told ler to follow him to the police station He turned in the police drive vay but she didnt Her foot hit theaccelerator and the chase wason Radio Ahead County police radioed ahead for city cruisers to stop her They blocked the road but she barreled around it by going up on the sidewalk One point along the way clocked lier speed in excess of In the city she zommed in anc ut of side streets One police car ranged into her rear bumper She twisted the wheel expertly recov ered and spurted ahead again The police car was crippled and orced out of the chase Another patrol car hit her She ept going A policeman mountet on his horse saw her coming anc spurred his mount back into the stable just in time as she wtiizzec by Downtown after shooting pasl xilice headquarters she drove west turned south jumped the curb as she turned left again in front of a Baltimore street nighl club and circled the block About 15 police cars and motorcycles were in pursuit Headingsouth again she oame to Pratt Street which parallels the harbor and was forced to turn right Motorcycle Patrolman Earl Gavel jockeyed alongside her car on the wide street spurt ed close and shot her once in the left shoulder After emergency treatment she was taken to Mercy Hospital where doctors said Xrays showec Continued on Pace Two Five Killed 3 Hurt In HeadOn Car Crash BIRDSV1LLE Md persons were killed and three critically injured in a headon au tomobile crash today about 1C miles south of Annapolis The dead included Mrs Cleo Smith 35 and her 14yearolc daughter Shirley of Hyattsville and Sandra Cook 14 of Lan ham all passengers in on car The other victims among five Washington youths in the sec ond vehicle were Richard Prat tcr 17 and Robert Oberst 16 The injured Washington youth were Ronald Harris 18 Charle Notta 19 and Francis Banda 16 who were treated initially at Ih Anne Arundel County General Hos pilal in Annapolis arid later trans f erred to Georgetown Hospital Police said the crash occurrec when Mrs Smilih attempted t pass another vehicle Her south bound car smashed into the north bound car carrying the Washin ton youths Youths Love Atfairs Natural Says Graham NEW YORK m Eyangelis Billy Graham cited Biblical pas sages last night to show it i perfectly natural for young peo pie to have love At the same time he iirged teen agers to resist temptation and re main pure until marriage Graham addressed per sons in Madison Square Garde in another sermon dealing wit juvenile problems Many in th audience were teenagers The North Carolina preache said true love is not based o physical A total of 601 persons came for ward at the end of the sermo to make decisions for ASK IMMUNITY SAN JOSE Calif Th Marine Corps League wants Con gross to give military per and their dependents dip lomatlc immunity in foreig countries The Leaguesnationa convention adopted the resolutio yesterday and asked cancellalio of the status of forces treaty charging that under the treat basic rights of military persor nel had been violated Auto Glass WEIDHERS UPDaily NEWS Facsimile LOCKED IN Wagner 21 of Salina Kansas shows how he and his wife yere locked in the trunk of their car for nearly six hours by their kidnaper James Richard Essen an escapee from the Ohio State Penitentary Wagner pried the trunk lid open with a tire tool and dangled his hand out un til it attracted the attention of a Kansas City police officer Wiggling Fingers Aid n Release Of Fugitives Captives KANSAS CITY WThe fingers protruding from the trunk of the passing car wiggled at him fran ically I thought I was seeing things said Lloyd L Reavis a drivers license examiner who was giving a test He looked jolted down the tag number and summoned motorcycle patrclman John Davis Davis stopped the automobile and holding the driver at gun point r e 1 e a s e d a bedraggled young couple from the trunk could hear these people scream ing Davis said The driver identified himself as James Richard Esson 35 a fugi tive Ohio killer An automatic pistol lay on the seat beside him but he offered no The victims Airman Carl A Wagner his pregnant wife Molly of Salina told a tale of terror which began at yesterday morning It was then that they stopped at Kingdom City 65 miles west of St Louis on 40 and picked up a hitchhiker Esson their way home from a vacation trip Esson pulled a gun and took over not long afterward The rest of the night ple said was one of horror dur ing which Esson pistolwhipped Wagner several times and kept them both bound and gagged in the trunk Esson escaped May 26 1956 from the London Ohio prison farm where he was serving a life term for a holdup murder Congress Russell Bloc To Fight Aid Fund Restoration WASHINGTON UP Sen Richard B Rus sell vowed today to fight any move in the Senate tc restore even part ofthe newlyslashec by the House from President Eisenhowers foreign aid bill Police FBI Seek Two In Ohio Bank Robbery YOUNGSTOWN Ohio police and FBI agents were on the lookout today for two bandits who held up the Board man Plaza branch of the Ma honing National Bank and fled with The robbers hit the suburban Boardman bank branch at noon Friday holding a dozen custom ers and seven employes at gun point Mahoning County Sheriff Paul T Langley arrested an excon vict with a long criminal record late Friday at nearby Canfield six miles from the holdup scene but none of the bank employes could identify him as one of the two robbers suspect still is being held Sleeping Harrisburg Girl Remainsln Goma HARRISBURG M Gloria Mil ler 13 of Chambcrsburg remain in a coma at Harrisburg State Hospital She fell into the deep sleep last summer and two opera tions at the University of Pennsyl vania Hospital failed to arresl dying tissue C super intendent said she is holding her own but her condition is un She was moved to the slate institution so her parents Mr and Mrs Harry B Miller could see her more often Opposition from leader of the southerr bloc and a power on the Senate Appropriations Com mittee that will consider the bill next gav clear indication that expected GQP fight for ma ibr restoration of funds faces rough The Georgia Democrat said he did not think the ilouse top evere despite administration warnings Friday night that the re duction would hamper efforts to veep Russian influence fronv gain ng in 7nany areas of the world Officials of the International Cooperation Administration said he cuts would require the United SOOPayVisitfu County 4H Fair On Second Day Picking up tempo and custo mers as it progresses the 1957 Lebanon County 4H Fair moved nlo its second day at Ebenezer yesterday with an impressive dis play of dairy cattle and demon strations of safe tractor driving techniques An estimated 500 peo ple visited the displays and dem onstrations Sandra Weiss who competed nationally last year as a state representative proved tough to beat again this year as she copped three first places and one second place in the dairy cattle competition Like Clockwork Denis Hoke and Harry Scliaffer of the Agricultural Extension Ser vice kept the days events mov ing like clockwork for the on lookers Judges for the tractor driving competition were of the Penn State Agricultural En gineering staff County Farm Agent Glenn Miller Clair Ger berich Jonestown Route One and Joseph M Kreider treasur er of the fair committee Victor Plast assistant Lancas ter County farm agent served as judge for the cattle competition The judges used a modified Danish system whereby the plac ing of the animals in competi tion did not necessarily deter mine the color of the ribbon re ceived The ribbons were ranked Continued on Two Six Arrested A Gap After Jumping Ship United States Immigration of ficials assisted by military and state police at Indiantown Gap arrested six foreigners who worked as painters at the mili tary installation after reported ly jumping ship in New York harbor according to state police reports Five of the group were taken to Harrisburg last night by im migration sixtl was taken to the Lebanon Coun ty Jail by state policeHe was to be picked up later by immi gratkin officialvpolice said Reportsindicate that the group jumped Jicir ship in New York and disappeared Thej were ultimatelytraced to In diantown Gap Horse Show Lebanon Valley Horsemans Club On RouH North of Sunset Sunday Aug Noon Donation 50c Children Admitted Free US AF Bomber rashes Killing Pour Crewmen Plane Misses Housing Development Vacated Only Minutes Before WEST PALM BEACH Fia UP A twinen gine Air Force bomber crashed and exploded just short of a housing develop ment here early today kill ing four crewmen and hurl ing one of its engines into bedroom vacated only minutes before Authorities said the plane a Martin B25 was on the last leg of a routine training flight from Vance Air Force Base at Enid to Palm Beach Air Force Base The plane carrying four crew men arrived safely over the field radioed for land ing clearance then appar ently had engine trouble The plane which made its last stop at Barksdale Air Force Base at Shreveport slammed into a field just short of a housing de velopmentwhere many Air Force families live Residents in the development said they heard the plane in trouble and alerted the neighbor hood Families fled the homes in their night clobhes just before the plane hit around 3 Debris from the plane damaged three of the all of which had been evacuated r seconds be fore the crash Six children were among those who of bhe homes A one of the planes motors hurtled through the air and anded in the bedroom of one of the evacuated homes Residents said the plane burst nto flames and exploded just be fore it struck the One resident ofthe housing de velopment said the plane sound ed like a helicopter instead ofa bomber we knew it was in Threatens To Kill Victims Bandit Flees With MOUNT CARMEL Pa AP A gunman who threatened his victims with death if they resisted tied up four priests and two other persons in a rectory to day and fled with The robber a big man about 40 and unmasked warned his victims If you give me any trouble Im going to kill you Ive got two buddies States to drop loans to ship Nike uided missiles andother modern weapons to Allied nations Russell said The House bill ivith the carryover funds gives the program more than can be spent and I know more than should be fiscal year The House defying Eisenhow ers warning that he might call a special session if the aid pro gram were reduced too muchcut the authorization bill to The new money was in addition to in unspent carryover funds House Republican Leader Jo seph W Martin Jr said after a breakfast meeting with Eisenhow er this morning that thePresident is very much at the House Martin said Eisen hower reiterated that the money taken out of the bill is absolute ly necessary for the United States to meet its commitments to its allies Martin said he and the Presi dent did not discuss the possibili ty of Eisenhowers calling a spe cial session of Congress this fall if the Senate does not restore mcst of the House cut The Presi dent has warned he this Martin said Republican leaders are wishfully hoping bhat the Senate will restore the House cut Other congressional news Civil Rights House GOP Leader Joseph W Martin Continued on Paice Two Cool Air from Canada Drops Local Mercury the Canadian border might just as well not exist for all the attention Canadian weather pays to it Another emigrating cold air mass crossed the line during the night and sent Lebanon County temperatures nosediving to 51 degrees That was 37 points below the Friday maximum 88 Fridays average temperature was 69 normal The reading at this morning was 56 and the merc ury was not expected to pass the middle seventies today To night will be cool again with readings in the high lowed by a cool and cloud Sunday August passed the halfway point this only nine onehundredltis of an inch of rain recorded The normal amount for August is four and onequarter inches The Air Force1 said names of the dead were withheld pending notification of next of kin Officers started an immediate in vestigation to determine the cause of the crash Officials said the plane appeared to be operating normallywhen it was given landing clearance Good Showing By Women Bolsters Hotel Campaign The women workers in the hotel campaign are making a strong bid for leadership At yesterdaysreport luncheon they led the four the general sales force for the fourth time in the eight report meetings heldsince Tuesday August 6 when the intensive drive began Fridays report was of the needed by next Thurs This leaves a balance of 800 to be collected Gets Goat The team with the highest dol lar sales each day captures the stuffed goat for their team anc are known as Yes terday team 15 cocaptained by Miss Joyce Dissinger and Mrs Mary Ellen Kurtz were This made a five oil of eight average for womens teams in Division cowman aged by Mrs Pauline Fox anc Mrs Betty James i The DissingerKurtz credited saleswoman Maribelle Lennardt with two sales for of their report yesterday She was given a cigarette hos tess set from Fishers in recog nition of this good job The women are still training J Paul Bowmans Division A1 pointwise Points are computec on number present at report Continued on Pass Eighteen Tot Severely Burned As Father Throws Gas Can PHILADELPHIA INS A threeyearoldPhiladelphia girl was severely burned Friday night when her father threw a can of flaming gasoling out of the back door of their home as she came up the steps The father George Kazian 3R also was burned in beating out the fire on the childs clothes The girl Evelyn suffered sec ond and third degree burns Kaz ian told police he was heating the gasoline to clean brushes when the liquid ignited YUGOSLAVS DESERTING VIENNA UP The influx of refugees from Communist Yugo slavia to Austria has reached the character of a mass flight in the past few Weeks Austrian In terior Minister Oskar Helmer said today Helmer said the Yugoslav refugees are pouring into Austria at a rate of 80 to 100 daily jam ming all Yugoslav refugee camps in this country The number in creased from in June to 600 in July andis likely to exceed in August he said Fear Air Steward Is Dead In Air Crash CIUDAI Domini can gave up for dead today the steward o a Brazilian that ditchec in the Atlantic off the northern coast of the Dominican Republi Friday Oswaldo Sherer Sobrino wa one of 11 Brazilian c r e w men aboard the Super Constellation The rest survived the ditching The plane developed engin trouble en route from Rio de Ja neiro to New York and made an emergency stop at Ciiidad Tru jillo to discharge 32 passengers The crew then attempted to fl the damaged craft on to York for repairs but had to crashland in thesea one hour after takeoff Nine of the crew men paddled ashore in life rafts while Sherer Sobrino and one other member of the crew tried to swim the distance about two miles Only the other crew member made it As related to police yesterday he after knocking was et into the rectory of Our Mother f Consolation Church by Msgr A Dobins pastor of anr other Mount1 CarmelCatholic hurch Others present were Rev Joseph Skibinski pastorof Our Mother of ConsolationChurch his assistant Rev John Jendzura Rev Charles Dombrowski pastor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in neighboring Marion Heights Jul an Korts a parishioner and Mrs Stella Golinski a The gunman forcedFather Skib inski to bind the hands of the other Then he tied Father Skib nski and Korts and look tha money from adesk The rep resented collections taken during masses in the church yesterday which was aholy day We didnt try to talk with tha Father Skibinski said He said if we opened our niouths he would blow our heads off So wa kept quiet Before he left he herded all of us into a bathroom and told us to stay there 15 minutes We stayed 20 minutes worked ourselves free and when we came out he was A second assistant pastor was typinginanother room and knew nothing about the robbery 28ih Division Ends lls Summer Training At Gap Units of the 28th Infantry Divis ion rolled out of Indiantown Gap Military Reservation this morn ing as the Pennsylvania Na tional Guardsmen ended two weeks of field training termed the encamp ment one of the best inthe divis ions history despite the fact that the artillery units were hamper ed by the dry condition of the range The artillerymen were forced on a number of occasions to halt firing and fight brush and forest fires caused by the high explosive shells The reservation will be Occup ied for the next two weeks by the 29th Division made up of National Guard units from Mary land and Virginia This will be the last detachment of troops to train this summer at the camp A small army reserve unit will end the training Sept 8th total of nearly reserve and national guard troops to use the camp this sum mer HOMEWARD BOUND LYNDHURST W1 Ed ward Cizon 31 ranhis car into a pole yesterday and a dozen feathered passengers immediate ly fled the scene of the accident The impact of the crash broke open a crate of homing pigeions who took off for Cizons home four miles away in Passaic Driver Walks Away From Crash Is Being Sought Stale police are looking for the driver of a car who walked away from the scene accident latelast night on Route 322 five miles south of Ahnville accord ing to police reports Trooper Albert Grickosky said the driver oE a car owned by John H Myers Manheim Route One disappeared from the acci dent scene after the car collided with another vehicle and came tol rest on a lawn The second car which had damage was driven by Ralph W Paine 56 Lebanon Route Five who was making a left turn into his driveway when the accident occurred Damage to the Myers car waa set at 100 AUTO SEAT COVERS STAGERS 25th wCumb LONELY A George keeps a lonely vigil beside the body of his wife Mrs Anna George Mrs George was killed instantly in Marked Three Arkansas when she walked into the path of a car while crossing the road to her mailbox The couple had been married 58 years TREMENDOUS SELECTION NEW BUCKS AND CHEVROLETS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY DRASTIC TRADE DEALS GINGRICHS PALMYRA   

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