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   New Castle News (Newspaper) - October 17, 1958, New Castle, Pennsylvania                               NEW CASTLE NEWS SEVENTY-EIGHTH No. 197 NEWS 4-6651 NEW CASTLE, PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1958 -28 PAGES NEWS 4-6651 SEVKN CENTS A COPY EISENHOWER HITS POLITICAL TRAIL DeGaulle Wins Victory Over Algerian Rightwing Prospects Brighter For Peace In Algeria, Political Unity Among French Parties Today, General Once More Becomes 'Man-Of-Hour' By ARTHUR HIGBEE United Press Internationa! PARIS Charles de Gaulle's smashing victory over righUving extremists in Algeria and the brighter prospects for Algerian peace brought new-found unity among French political parties today. i Parties of the non-Communist left who had fought De Gaulle all the way we're hailing him today for his gianti step toward peace in Algeria and for his stern dealings with French rightists. Thursday the die-hard rightwing groups in Algeria tried to back De Gaulle by calling for a general strike and street demonstrations in Algeria to protest his pulling! flie army out of politics and setting up free elect next montli. Westminster iSSHomecoming Both the strike ami the demon- stratioiis collapsed Qt I ly. foundering on almost total pub-'JGI (J[ lie apathy and strong opposition "Z Sonfof'tne Westminster College alumni h, riuhlist movement in Algeria. arriving m New Wilmington------ Hopelessly Split ;today for Die college's annual; Fiery nationalistic leaders on the Homecoming Day observance polilical right appeared shaken under wav they urge., their partisans to h( "have co.ifidence and to i-eepj The Committees of ln oungstown. Safely in Algeria appeared hnpe-j Thp homecoming queen will he lessly split. i crowned during the dance inlcr- U-ftwing former Premier be cllospn from i seven candidates nominated by against DC six sororities and Filth Repuhlican constitution, was independent women's urganiza- among the first to hail him mier. Facsimile FIRST U.S. JET Dwifht Eisenhower shown talking with Juan T. Trippe, president of Fan American World Airways, just before she christened the airways' Clipper Nafion's first commercial jet a ceremony at Washington National Air- I port Thursday. The plane arrived at Brussels, Belgium today after a record-breaking inaugural ic- flight from Baltimore in 7 hours 19 minutes. Clipper Makes Baltimore fompike Accident Hop 7 Hoursm 2 Persons Denver Jail President Will Provide 'Shot-In-Arm' For GOP Plans To Inspire Republican Leaders To Action; See Ike Upholding Nixon And Meade Alcorn; To Speak In Pittsburgh, Charleston, West Va. By MERRIMAN SMITH United Press international WASHINGTON Eisenhower sets out today on a political expedition to add muscle and unity to the Republican election campaign. First stop on his winging visits with the voters was this afternoon at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he will speak at the national corn picking contest, rub shoulders with farm- jers, candidates and GOP workers and show by his presence that he wants the people of jthis important agricultural section to stick with the Republicans. The Chief Executive's tour was his most ambitious for an off-year election since he took office. His major speeches will be regional in nature, but he will visit a lot of Republicans. plan of battle fairly simple, but not without dif- ficulty. His chief aim was to en- courage and inspire GOP workeri to greater action and greater con- fidence against Democrats seeking to retain control of Congress. In Truman Starts Campaign Swing Through The East By RAYMOND LAHR United Press International WASHINGTON President Truman ar- Highlight of tomorrow's feslivj- UlrtT only ask to share the will be the traditional grid- I hy the man who lias renfr-'rcdliron classic between Geneva Col- By WILLIAM ANDERSON j United Press International j BRUSSELS, Belgium (UPI) The Pan American World Air- ways jet Clipper America Hew from Baltimore to Brussels in just over seven hours today on a prc-inaii'Uiral High! thai usiiered the United Stales into the com- mercial jel age. (BULLETIN) Two persons were Hied and two injured in an accident which occurred three miles east the Ohio Line in Lawrence some places, notably California, he will be trying to patch up GOP family differences. And without saying it in so {rives here today on the political trail only a few hours afterimany words, the President was jPresident Eisenhower leaves for a campaign junket to W Coast. (sues differ to an appreciable de- The former Democratic president was expected to V'Ce down to issues immediately at a lunch honoring Mrs. Tru-itionai chairman Meade Alcorn. County, on the Pemisylvanfa man Ml's- Eleanor Roosevelt. Turnpike, shortly before noun today. Slate Police stationed on Providence Falls. Hospital, Beaver the direction dance on campus. Hie Denver County Jail. The supper will be held at Pour jail guards were beaten by ,Kirt _________ p.m. in the dining room of Husscll the rimers, but they were nol in-. dormitory. The after-dinner jured seriously. The prisoners took program will include an address no they never had al t. Late City such greal sen-ices to the and Westminster. Other try." he declared. [events slated for old gratis re- B-v "'LUAM JOHN STUN Kininaniiel Dastier, fellow-trav-jturning to pay tribute to their lulled Press International eling leader erf the mater are the judging of UK-NVEK lUPH Police laid pan American said th Boeing Parlv. was one of the top leftists fraternity house decorations, a a of Pungent who'si-ned a declaration staUni; of sorority floats. I'm-tear gas Thursday to smother a 'O'-m wi.li more than aO noianlei they were "ready to support any ''omecoming supper. ind an Iwo-hoiir riot by 70 tough inmates "board made the historic Ilighl Initiative in the direction dance on campus. ai Hie Denver County Jail. 'from Knendship International Ar- peaee." The suPI't'r will be held at Four jail guards were beaten by port bai'rm-c !u .M P.m. Ill the dillinp room nt tiip rinlet-s hut Ihi'v u'oro mil in- ill 7 and ....i. averrmc- spied oi 1 by President Will W. Orr and the a chaiic'iTio nv' -s i tr Ir-i- .of. Ac- At the climax of the disturbance A llolll.halaul wonlan announcer shortly alter 8 p.m. L.D.'l.. 36 Mclshrnek proclaimed the ar- the Turnpike were unable to ,1" 'I identify the victims or to give [rniPiPmir rill details of the accident. The in- jLUIUVsl I Mv I IU jured persons were taken to Outbreak Seen Domestic isssues appeared cer- As a matter of practical political fact, Eisenhower will be attacking the Democrats in much the Nixon- tain to dominate the speeches of Alcorn manner but his words may both Truman and Eisenhower imnot be quite biting. the next few days. Truman has put himself at odds with some The President intends to ham- mer at what he "Democrat. members of his parrtv by backing Iihat ihe Eisenhower's Queinoy Malsuu forreign policy, while the Presi- An epidemic portion of Asian I dent said at his news conference are defeated before Hie votes are counted. He also will remind his listeners that the last time the Democrats flu is the forecast for New week that "foreign policy were in national power, they "at fall season, according to Dr. ought to bi kept out o: partisanjtcmpted to Put "a" direction of liam J. Hinkson, president of the debate." economy and of our whole Lawrence County Medical Society.1 Clears Confusion [Population "the hands of a complishmcnt Awards At p.m., A decision on continued ser vice hy Shenanjro Valley Trans- will be of portation Co. here will be made (portions." "It will be no greater than last (he doctor said, "but true epidemic jard confusion this re- it affected the cam- pro-; Pa'Kning of Vice President Rich- central bureaucrat- Or Tile moral will let M. Nixon apparently was of leaves by residents them to their cells. j The flight was made at an alti- Kcason Not Known of between 25.0110 and Authorities said they had not es- il took off from Baltimore the reason for Ihe ;-iot. at p.m. c.d.t. and set -'own Two prisoners told safely man- .-.lorlly after 8 a.m., Brus- in making- his decision wouM hs- "a lot of ifs and ands" wiiich presently are nnreso'v'l in re- sards to local 01 it.imiina __ Ls the order of the day now. Pa Newc believes caution should he exercised in Ibis task to prevent I J a hazardous fire. A word lo the _ i Two prisoners told safely man- .lortly alter a.m., Urns- _ -vise i-i (his caso should he suf-D_1M-_ aKer Edward Geer that they sels time flying two tlurds off IntnmlfM- Passed hariLrane lopples Building "There is plenty of vaccine on! Secretary of State John Foster hand." Hinkson said, "every doctor Dulles on Tuesday had deplored jit happen again. Expands Campaign Swing Shortly before beginning his seven-day swing to the West, he announced further expansion of his campaign participation, adding Charleston, W. Va., as a speaking stop on Oct. 27. He'll speak in Pittsburgh the same night, and in New York on Oct. Four worthless checks iothers in the cellblock, who did hoped to make the flight in less tllci.r cclls' tokl Ui'Ujd'than seven hours but the plane I has a complete supply." He sug the injectio.i of the Quemoy 'er. Rapids, the Pres- gested that everyone not already into the current campaign, and immunized should be before the Dulles' remarks were epidemic begins its sweep through'in some quarters as Xcw Castle. ;.swjpe a( Nixon. Last year at this time there were; Dulles later issued a students reported absent from Nixon evcrv right: Publicans planned to greet him. schools in Lawrence County due answcr the Democralic Afler an evening with old friends '0 fly this afternoon interoretetl s home al Abilene, an !andinK at Schilling Air horce Base in nearby Salina, Kan. a of state Ro- Political candidates are on the merry-Bo-round lo win friends be- fore the Nov. 4 election. The el- passed in New Castle yesterday. International that there had ran into turbulence as it ap- ephant and the donkey will butt city police said today. tiouble recently. ,preached England and the bad! heads In a few short weeks. May, Thc checks were all drawn on The riot area "'as lefl in sham- weather delayed it slightly liie better man win, Pa Newc the First National Bank of Law tl T toppling truck-crane rig sent, hopes. jrence County, each for thc amount Showers were turned on to T' Tr'Lc "ols through the v.all of lof J'O amuum water was mixed lr'PPe. president ol Fan the addition to First Presbyterian Krazy Daze are crazy days as The'passer who his name wiih remnants of the the f'ight ChUrdl monlinf "ight, complimented thc President downtown merchants loss out bis: Earl J e has Hamburger "ar taP -r, buildings and cars on a J "at last" that foreign values for enterprisin, home- no, been appVeh "ndr5 PoNc e brca.l and f Policy should be out of poPM- makers with an eye toward sav- is d, ere squashed und.-.f. .u. r The lining -teel Vlm: ('al campaign speeches. Hurry, hurry. Ihe man windows were smashed, iabk, tT in.o Pa. -UP1- But the checks 'in Ihe New Castle ;1 u the beam fell on a parkin" lot be- Bell. o2. associate pro- are Inis'-Med OUT I store, and one each al Sears. and brushc- were enished. ,p. tw, en the addition and the Jeffer- fessor of journalism at P PSU Journalism light Church this morning ii-irrov-ly f :missing buildings cars on a KinTPCCnr I IIPV fours- parking lot nearby. Xo one was i I cism Prcsjdcnt Abilene and a visit to the Eisen- ment. said Dulles' s t a t e m e n 1 1 10Wer the Execu- "should clear the atmosphere." !lv e, and. hls Wlfe ny Saturday Truman, interviewed during brief stopover at St. Louis, Mo..i er.route to Thur.sr.lays last is tomorriuv. 'Siilurflavt. spcn home in Denver, Colo., to thc A lasii minor football injur- ies are keeping hospital attciid- nick and Co. inid ilit- Xdhil Shoe Store. wore ripped :s.'id scat- ants on the hop these days. Kv- erv dav youngsters are noted in nian ls, de.senbed as white. (be hospital -eporls with s'x aRe and sometimes build and graying brown' lair. Police said the man uses a, A. ,1-ailroad pass for identification, i The hig plane, first of a sleek s.on bricks laid on the addi- University, died of an lion's first had to leave the the h-rt Those living in agricultural stales are worried, and they've got a sprains, limb. Doom peddlers who say the; DEATH RECORD Friday, Oct. 17. 1958 Two side> downtown area doesn't attract ABRAM GARFIELD DIES business should fake a shopping; CLEVELAND (UPI Strohccker. 78. Ellwand trip Monday evenings. Cars line Abram Garficld. son of the as- RD a every avenue and street leading sinated President James A. Gar- Into Ihe business section. Pa Newc field, died at his home in subur- ''-v- applauds the parking authority ban Hratenbal Thursday after a Samuel M. Hollins Sr.. iilll W. for the job it is doins to provide long illness. (Jarfield. 85. one of Washington SI. Exl. more parkins. the most influential forces of Maxim- (Maxiel Hamilton. Cleveland's arcliitcctiire in the .Moravia St. Warm weather keeps the family cily's history, bad been ill for Wilbur Ball, 50. Ladrangc. crass mower on thc move. time. Services were sched- ful heads of the household are ulcd for Saturday at Trinity Ca-l -Mrs. Florence Watt, 65, 838 keeping in Irim ns well as the Ihcdral. Gardner Center Rd. green stuff for longer periods of time this year. [Washington Airport without distinguished roster of passen j They took a conventional piston- engined plane to Friendship In- teruational Airport about 28 miles away where the blue and white ''i'liVri'' Jet aboai-d for the was owned bv New Castle Steel Edward J. Telesz Sr., 47, Volant flight to Brussels. (Construction Co. if Ihe while in New York City Eisenhower sets out today on a .ged. [business. [5.000-mile political expedition to Bell COAL PRODUCTION UPI The na- tion's soft coal output in the week ended Oct. 11 rose to Urns, the National Conl Assn. re- ported This compared with a revised total of mined a week earlier and 9.II1IS.OOO Ions in the same week of Daily Weather Report Warm today, tliiinrtershnn-ors. Hichosl 70 lo 7S. Clcnr nnri cooler (iiiiislil. I.OM 35 cast, 44 west. Sadinlnr sunny and cool. slntlsllcs for (ho 24- Iionr iii-riiid ending at 7 a.m. are: Miiximiini li-inpi-rnlure, Allnhnnni I'riTlpllnlion. .III. rain. Itlvrr sl.w, 5.li fc-l-l. MatMics lor Hie same ilnte jeitr aKii follow: Mavhniiin tempernturr, 71. Minimum li'inpi riilurr. .05, rain. Hlvrr Ktane, 5.3 feet. Small Power Delegates Call For Tests Accord By H1UTK W. MUNN' nnch-.-.r wciipons toMs and with- I'niled I'ri'ss IntiTnalionnl Oui ilio i.nic.inic of llu- I'MTKI) NATIONS. N.Y. (Cl'l) CU-ni'va conlVrcncc. pnn-cr dolcg.-Ucs express- Kin ic; iVpniy Minisin- hnpc today thai thr (irni-ral v'iiloi'ian A. Xonn Ii.is liiadt- i! Assemhly's main polilical coin- doar Husi-ia in.sisls Dial Ihr livl.-. initcc cnn rrnrh agrcemcnf o i n he slnppi-d "forcvpi-." The unified resolution on disarma- ;halks al such a slep until fool- mi-nl mill nuclear weapons lests. proof c-onl.-ols are sol up. Thc 81-nalion has Ihieo A 12-nalion AKIiO Asian nicas- major measures before il. 'nrc fostered hy indi.-i calls for A 17-power re.solulion hacked hy "iTiimediate discontinuance" of Ihe United Stale.-, and Britain weapons luslniK until hacked Ihe Geneva on lest is readied on conlroK neeess.uy Mi.'-tiensiitii, selieilulcd lo slart Oel. 10 police a penilaneiit ban. :il. and Ihe nuclear powers. Ireland planned lo introduce a lo support Ihe i American resolution tod.-'y aimed al oiler lo call off tests for a vear. Irish Koreinn M nisler il' I ia (toes likewise. Aikcn calls the "nuelea The resolution is Ille llmied Slates, llnlai comprehciiMvc niea.snre dealini: and Russia, also wilh othc-r aspecls of Ihe dis The measure would iivniniiiein question. Ask Immediate Halt.............................................. A NOVIPI resolution calls for an lo pass Iheir knowledge or Presiding Illshop of Die Kplscopal Church. The church decllons uiicoiKlilioiml "immediate iialt" on to oUier counlries. were held In Miami llracli, Dili w.n-k. K-16 r a n k elnh" Kniiiee who resigned as to director of public wUh 1 S- t' i s n'' V 1 Cf'rir Rapids, Iowa. WIFE SLAYER INDICTED m U'Ki. PITTSBURGH UPI Chester A n.iiut- ni rht-Mer. Pa.. Ht-ll Mauchline, confessed slayer of his ing, also of Palo Alto. xi a c i i v e was indicted Thursday by an ___________ i.ic.r ar.-.l in iiilit-.1 Pennsylvania Allruliony County gi-and jury. jdtk's. lit- an hcniorary mem Maucliline. 47, suiTcndercd to ber of the Pcnnsvivania Society police in Chicago and admitted of Newspaper Kdilors. his wife, Elizabeth, 43, Rcll is survived by his widow, in their Sewiekley home Aug. 23, Catherine, and four children. ilurins a quarrel. Classified Pilot Affecting HOD TOKYO UPI _ American pilot Charles Chuck Banfe was re- ported today lo have developed engine trouble in the midget monoplane in which he is at- templing (o set a long-distance solo flight record from Tokyo to Miami, Fla. Banfe, of Palo Alto, Calif., left Tokyo early in the flame-colored midget monoplane to attempt the BO-hour flight to Miami which could eclipse the 6. 972-mile nonstop solo record set in August by Marion Pat Bol- INSIDE TODAYS NEWS Quiz Show I wenty-One By NSC Order 1 Comics Cross Word editorial Kllwood Ohltnarj' Pace 26 Itartio, TT... 13 Society Sports 23 21 Theatres 8 2 Storkes ........31 NEWS PHONES 4-6651 8-8511 tIIM ask all, NKW niSIIOP-Arlhur C. I.lelitenhercer. tlie Rlnht Iteverend countries the ability lo, nishop of Missouri since Novemher 1952 and his wife, wns elected 'manufacture nuclear weapons nol to the h'Khcsl office ainoiiK peers and churchmen as thc new Ity AI.IIIX KIEKHS United Press International Nr'W VOMK U PI i iho top television program in the country, was seen for the last time Thursday night. The National Broadcasting Co. announced cancellation of the hig money three hours before il went on Ihe air. Along with other TV i n wains it had come under investigation on charges cnntestant.s had been frtl questions and in advance. Added to "fix" charges against sloadily dwin- dling ratings. At the height of its popularity, the expensive show that dispensed mulliple Ihoii- .sands of dollars swept all audience! measuring polls, but in roccnt months ils popularity waned. Hnvc Keplnremcnt NUC announcement late Thin .-dav said -the show would be i'enhml Ocl. HO by "Concentra- tion." a game program, to tie poti.snred Pharinaceiitii-als, I i.e., of "Tenly-One." Will) the ax i 111; of "Twenty- One." only "The SM.IHH) Question" remained o! (he giants. There have been persistent reports l.hat which only re- cently moved into a Sunday night spol, also would be dropped soon. Produced hy .lack Harry and Dan Knright, "Twenly-One" made ils debut on Sept. 1 wilh Harry ns hosl. Its first big-money was college instruclor Cbarli's Van Doren, who pei'spind Ins u.-iy to fame and in an isolation Ixrolh. Van Doren is now under con Iract to MH' as perfoi HUM Top winner on the show WHS KifridA Von Nardroff, who Mayi-d in the isolation for flJMl finally uon Arthur Mometp'1 riindldntc's fcntures urn h.mn.ird and dnnvn. his chrrkn nut full as tliry were, his step U less springy, ryr Irsx bright, wbrn hr sleeps the man Just doesn't tillr. llir reason mny find AH you know, trn far on their way, ami the mndl- riatrs now arr worn down to thr .nub, H'i wrL, E Inly four   

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