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   New Castle News (Newspaper) - February 23, 1960, New Castle, Pennsylvania                                NEW CASTLE NEWS SEVENTY-NINTH No. 301 NEWS 4-6651 NEW CASTLE, PA., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, PAGES NEWS 4-6C51 SEVEN CENTS A COPY BRAZILIANS AWAIT ARRIVAL OF IKE Jap Princess Gives Birth To Baby Boy May One Day Ascend Throne As Emperor TOKYO (UPI) Crown Princess Michiko today gave birth lo a boy who may one day ascend (lie chrysanllie-? mum throne as the 126th; emperor of Japan. The "Cinderella" princess, a 25- year old commoner who won the heart of Crown Prince Akiliiln in, a romance thai began on the nis courls at Karuzaiwa, gave! birth to her first child nine .days before the imperial doctors predicted. had J Micltiko suffered "severe labor pains" for several hours prior lo the birth She hod a "spontaneous! natural delivery" 23 minutes aft-! er entering the delivery room. Announce Weight Imperial Household officials said the baby weighed 2.54 kilo- grams <5 pounds, 9 ounces) at birth and was 47 centimeters (18.5 inches) long. The Imperial Household an- nounced the royal birth to an overjoyed nation with the ylale- incnt: "Both the Emperor and Empress (Nagakol as well Crown Prince AkihiLo and Prin- cess Michiko are happy a child was boru. We are all praying for the good health of the princess mother und child." All of Japan joined in those The national radio network proudly began playing selections by the imperial court j musicians. All streetcars in Tokyo sprouted rising sun flags. Huge crowds began gathering on the great in front of rnoaled imperial palace and shouts of for the who is destined to sit on thp im- perial throne were repeated thou- sands of times. Not Yet Named The liny baby will be prcscntcdi a sacred sword of protection in; pccorclance with imperial ......DPI Fat-simile prince was born to Hit- ro.vnl house of Japan yester- day. Above, (I.) 1'riiirrss .Michiko wife of (H) Crown Prince Akihilo. "---I Sewer Answer Promised To Townships By City Suburban townships were promised an answer "within the next month" by City Council on extending city (ilirohilo) I service to outlying areas. Pia Lindstrom, Coast Executive Wed In Nevada Ingrid Bergman's Daughter Marries Young Textile Heir SAN FKANCUSCO (Ul'll 'U'tres.s Ingrid Bergman'.-, 'daughter wunl back to classes at Mills Colleye today and jhcr husband of less than   lujurs nrul 'ID Ktihilschck, in lU'nsilin ,is) two Hfiys [o tlirec'L Ijist-miiH'ie rail tins in Urn iinfinislH't] i-y )o he sinnrcl by Sccrt-Uiry of Slnle Ciirislian A. llcrter ruuL S-'on-iiin Mill- ie ister ISrn'fieif) pi nils en! led for Kisonlumrr and d rf- f'l'csidf-nl Jn-si-elino In _ il hul il U.MS ilr-eiclrt! tlir itunistrrs slitnihl cari'v out rcivnitiny. Tlie lii's1 ilrHaiTilion siynrr! Aur II. H'-'iH, liy (hfii JufHi Koslcr Dulles former Minislrr r'l'fiuei.'.eo de It nl- >n rallrd foi' of l.al- in Amenea'.s pconoin.v in HIP bat- llf f'oinrnunisin. to b Arthur Mometer a.m. .Monday. r a tied across I lie country I his month. The heavy snow with near gale winds and very coiu air nindo (ravel extremely dnngcrozis. Iiic Woatbcr Bureau -said. crows mounting drifts lo keep main highways open. Up lo IS inches of snow foil in Kan.sas Monday night. Tlie "iirnps dlmlnislilng rr nureai! issued heavy Highest tpmprraturc mostly Daily Weather Report Varijiblr olnuclinrss aiul mbi warnings for parts of Nebraska. Slosfly cloudy and cold, a service Jowa and Missouri with winds ex- city sower lines used and wor at Hie disposal plnnt. !other (ir No Olhfr I-inrs inc-litdes co City Koaincer Daniel B. sciuitor. ;md Iwu cock said Union Twp. could rnler, Of iilr pfl it ions old with! the rily system without any ad- must be present nl to liic lotlav 'Hitioiuil lines in the city. Tlie cifyjKlrc-lLon Board in MarrisburK not need to replace about f, m fodny. ln feet of Hie Biff Hun line to allow Meanwhile, a primary ball IP i.s minor Ins eyes. ale At Firsl. company ofiieials ,-sli- Tu p. The srats matrd I lie loss al only afxn.l ly pHHmr, will be iilrd ljtitjHsi However, an audit Jaler rovraled Srnilh, Dcvaiill. and handii had escaped with j I'hoenixvillo. lo lic-'s done it as you know, an open winter nf balky touch, he Jiclded H hcFtp nf snow- Hirl prr- linns he's been all flic load ami when lir has gone ;iwny, Ibrt will viniish Midi him, .it's thirly-scvrn From Twp.. tu': pcctcrt to reach DO miEes an hotiri in .somo sec lions. The storm was expected reach the Great Lakes area ntght. A cold wzve chased Ihe across the country. Tlie mercury certain for Ibe Democrat ir stale -senator nomination Lawrence! j Robert E. assistant of New Castle, filing against .nnflineor. said the sewage John Carl .Miller clotidy wllh snow likely anil.piam now handles four and a lialfl to-' Burglar Alarm Against Reds From Norway To Turkey flnrrlrs rxlreme north por-: tion tonfglif. T.oiv IS to 22. Wednes-l a mile warmer. ITighrsl to .18. dropped to 10 degrees at Amarii-period ending at 7 a.m. are: lo, Tex., and 8 al Dalhart. in Ihej Maximum lempemlure, 2K. Texas panhandle. Headings near Minimum temperature. 23. 7ero were common in New Mexico. Precipitation, trace of snow, Colorado and Wyoming. j River stage, 7.5 feel. six million gallons of sewagel Another battle'in the Demoeratic daily. The plant could handle is expected for the second i to 10 to 13 million gallons nailV.: i r.onrral Weather slniislics for tl.e 21-limir Kcrrol, sflid il0mes would equal' seal NATO Builds Electronic Fence abrnil 250.000 gallons daily. fjlc.r, will) "How we get it there is a feront problem." Kerrcil lle added additional s e w a c e tConlinued On I'age 1, Column 5) district nomination. One candidate one and possibly tn enler Ihe rat e General Pluck To Speak At Jaycees Dinner Young Man Award Planned BKA.SII.IA. FiraAil idcnt arrived In EhU unfinTsbcd capital of to- day with a pledge nl niil to under- developed I.ntin Ainoricah na- Itons and a coninion front againsl Communism. Major Oenpral Henry K. Fluck v.'ill address tlio New Castle Chamber of Commerce seventh; annual Distinguished Service Award Banquet at The Castlcton March 3. Me is commanding general of Ihe 28tli Infantry Division, Penn- sylvania National Guard. Nominalions for the Jayccos Young Man of the Year Award close Feb. 28. To Judge Entries Afler the deadline, a panel of judges will meet to select the ner who will receive the award al Ihe Cathedral banqucl. Names will be the young man between 21 and 36 who has best served [tie communily in Ihe pre ceding year. 1 Nomination blanks are available at Ihe .laycees office. American' Fled Cross headiniarlers, 222 Mercer Previous Winners Previous w i n n e r s of His tlngnislicd Service Awards were: J. Krccl co-publisher of 1in Inside Today's News .n 16 Word News. Robert M. Hyde, pro- 1 duct ion manager of (he liosst-rt 193R: Fred H. Allen, active in church affairs, 1957: William Oj Ecklcs, architect, IflSfi: Alfred Hawkins, former a s s i s I a n tjcoinics manager, Rockwell Spring and; Axle Co., 1055; and Edward DeCarbo, former mayor of Casllc, 1EJ54. :ohllnary It is filling that Gen. Kluek has? been invited lo speak before ihei enterprising young men of Ihe community because his own dis- tinguished "service" record in war and peace.speaks for itself. Bcgnn As Private Only 47, Fluc-k hegan his- mili- tary service as a private in February in Ihe division he now commands. He saw adion in. World War II in the v- Hilts, 10, African-Middle Kastern Theater n TV i.on Society Sporu storks 1 Thraten NF.WS PlfONES Of. 4-6651 WANT DEATH RECORD Tuesday, February 23, 1950 TS, Manir .1 a n f Eakin, f. and was awarded the silver star. the bronze stiir medal, I lie Arms of Colmar, The French Croix dp Guerre and other cominemlniions. as well as various   6, C'arl llnrpoy, 75, Wampum RI> I KDFTOKS NOTfi: Mere is an exclusive dispatch describing a l "fnirtilar alarm" system Hi at [lie Western pou er.s :iro nlnnfi I tic Iron Curtain in Knrnjir. Ililtirrlo iinpnltlishrnl infnrninlioii in Ifii.s dispatch lias IICC.N (rlcarrd UK- proper authorities. 'Turki iniei'Ii West li crcsfrnl to Apia Minor, Norway. I Jen inn rk, Kuglnnd, Flol- Hium, J-'rnnce, llalv, Greece and Feed c-r st a t i on s a re nd er con- struolion on Ihe Fa croc Islands between Scotland and Iceland and on Mnlra. Crete and Cyprus in Ky frank II. IJarllmlomcu' j The .Norwegian section is al- Prcsiilenl. ready operational. Construction I'nitril Press Internatiorifil j there ticgtin in May. HI57, Ciiliyrighl I3BO liy L'l'l land on Aug. 12, 195S. the system NBW VQHK lUPIi......A gigantic i was inaugurated. In a communications system, year and a half of intense inili- !de.sigucd Iri run an testing, it has demonstrated I lent e nroiiud Kuropc's edge nf i'eirciiit availability" 99.7 per the Iron Curlaiii. is nearing of ?A hours daily, plction across an 8.845-mile arei Much the program has been from Ncrv.ay to Turkey. security restrictions since Press International learned today.Uls inception. Some of it still is. Eighty six powerful transmit-jHowever, at the half-way point in ting ami relay stations across.construction, with the sensitive nine NATO countries consliiitli-i northern euii already functioning the elect I'onic frontier facing the [and successful operation of the Soviet Union and its satellites. entire network in sight, it is now This is the largesl single uack- possible lo present a panoramic age of its kind in history. description of Ihe whole. The project, already half com-! Called "Ace High" plctcd. will cost between 30 anclj It is called "Ace High." Acs 75 million dollars in electronic in-istands for Allied Command stallalious alone. In addition, each Europe, high because the system host country contributes what the electronic engineers buildings and operating tropi.fpherie scalier forward ncl. transmitters often lo- the highest mountain i Al.EftT shows (riant "burslar alarm" system that the western powers arc erecllnit along the Iron Curtain in Knropc. Ilitlirrtn iiniuibllslird inforniBllon lias been cleared with tlie proper nnlhoriUr.i for this exclusive, dispatcli. nd Provide Instant Warning catcd Its purpose is lo provide instant tops. warning to the NATO nations and: Tlie section already operating Ho Ihe Allied supreme Norway is called "Hot iposl in Paris in event of surprise] It was financed by the United enemy atlack nt any point. Stales. Soon il will be melded Into The great alarm system begin; at a point 530 miles norlli of Hie Ace lligli. The tremendous Job of synchro-; Art-lie Circle Ihcn swings in a (Continued On 1'aire 2, Colr.mn 3) v   

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