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   Williamsport Sun-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 12, 1959, Williamsport, Pennsylvania                               In Your Sun-Gazette FmmlJy-ChlMren exee. Page t- Squlw, criUeted............ DeWald in thutout Clothinj tax urged WILLIAMSPORT SUN-GAZETTE AP Ncwi and Sports Wires Associated Press JtVlrephoto United Press International Newspaper Enterprise Association Year, No, 189 _ ie Sunny, warm. Mild tonight; Thursday, warm and more humid, scattered afternoon showeri. High today, 86, low tonight to- morrow, 88. High-low- Yesterday, 85 and 62. Last Single Copy Williamsport, Pa.. Wednesday. August 12. 1959 30 Pages u Second Class Matttr. Post ornce, Williamsport 1 I c ..3 LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (API Three Negro" girls" walked into Hall High School, tndav opening -Little' Rock to integration _ WASHINGTON (AP.) -Vice President Richard M. is convinced that, come what may, Gov. Nelson Ar Rockefeller intends to battle him for the 1960 Republi- can presidential nomination ykr Wifl Nut Jntervene In was ao demonstration f.rotrt .some 20 from resi- dential lawns across the .street. which The New York governor has in- dicated he will make a decision by November. If private polls -then show Nixon trailing leading Dem- Jffie girls arrived in a private-ocrats in popularity and Rocke- ailtomobile. They got out of the feHer feeis his repmed appeal to cajtjn...the., street in front of the independent voters would make school.. They--walked calmly to-him a stronger GOP-nominee, he Aether to the Building._______.will take the "W c S3" Y T Robinson, fllPI.V__The Goldberg; phlof 'counsel for-thenal out-of-thc to Hllfl entered Hall at 9.26 restored token Nixon's to this.. Uon-wide steel strike moved into union. Mcponald is in the steel me. Sa'd 6 I its fifth week today with negotia- mill area boosting the morale of He stalemated strikers, X 'usual anyone can. get any. kind Uons m New York GETTYSBURG, Pa. SettJe" (Continued-on -4. C-ol. .magazine Iron schools last year. other three high sell! closed last fall in the pute. Gov. Orval E. Faubas contfiHied hjs criticism of local officials bi warned against the use of vio- lence. Segregationists. planned a rally _on the State "Capitol lawn for 11 a-.Hv half hour after the three girls entered-the pre-1 viously all-white Hall High' School, ilice threw in of ..Hall-High..shortly before theirL burningbedroom at 4.45 ntegrnted-classes were scheduled morning alter a short circui a light on a small stand set the stand and bedding afire. There -rect was White7 'break no indication Bouse jmid T Intervention an labor of di- Eisenhower take in "the steel and furl talks T nftsn i tola said he had reported as .to Secretary of-Labor ._v _ _ P: Tuesday and etsen- c .received of- a direct Istration suggestions to speed up in an ef-ms efforts because of Khrush- natoff no management bargaining teams .viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev "This is an economic -met again with federal .mediators: arrives! Sept. 'is'. whether Mr. Khrushchev comes David J.. McDonald, president But Federal Mediation Director or Flnnegan said. '-'WKat of the United .Steelwurkers Union, Joseph'F. Finnegan said that "If he does' doesn't change our plans was absent from the meeting Washington is worried w S .e t h e r again today. So was Arthur J.Mr. Khrushchev1 will -.make on Page.4, Col. 2) young sisters patrolmen blocked off if the area with saw- The girls, Patricia, 9, and Mary, 11, jihildron of Mr. anATMrs.- An- Me'e Klan's GranchQragon en, there crewd A. C. Hlghtower, in Little Rock after annonncing signation the Klans, KnlRhts of-the.Ku Klipc Klan In explained he withdrew so that "if anything happens, I won't responsible." Questioned thft comment he said it had -of Little -Roth High SchooL were awaRened by the fire. Their father threw the burn- ._Jng stand-out the window_and called and the Those cosmic fireworks seen deri Planetarium .in New York in the sjtyjast night_were the says the shower through which start of annual" earth passes each August of the 'earth Jay. the Perseid x jno :-Negro boy was among 4 Col i) well asspther bedding. -1' ambulance went to the -scene- Chief Harold can States. proposal of Hi the Che general eign ministers of the Arne republics, begin talks today bw ten- .Tfie sions in area? drive toward enforcement of prepare a study .of fulfillment sentatiye' democracy rights was Triowly faking principles of human couraged. tensions resiOi also -the :fhe general fffigMment here is Council or-Jurists That if human rigK democ-acy in' fans to-clear will from come. The American Museum-Hay- intention of interven- ing in the -steel strike unless' it velops into a national emergency. The President told his news conference that he couldn't think of anything more objectionable than for: any agency of the fed- ,eral government- the mediatioji 'i ment pegntiations. Without' tinguish' thexfire The MignotJtpjirtment Is over- store c not. Chief Kinleyeatimafed damages be visible, again tonight and earljt, tomorrow, The Perseid Meteors are named after the Constellation -in-tfte-northeast sby .the region of the sky from eh tHi "shooting stars" is the most spectacular of about 2CNrecognizabie showers.' At the peak of. the phenom- enon, 50 to IOC shooting stars should be aefcn each hour. These" are believedto'' dvbils Ooiit Tut- developtneiit of an emer- gency situation. President Eisenhower also dis- closed that Soviet Premleif Nikita. Khrushchev is being-invited to see some military. Installations during his visit to the iMteS Statem if he wishes. have exploded. The comet has not reappeared and debris lows the path it took in onr'THere" had Ta sugges- -don that ptrlkp mmt be settled befoire Khrushchev comes (Continued on Page 2, Col. 1) af thercontents respoMipg were 3, 6, aerial truck. Onjs other alarm was WhenMhe janitor at the ct FpuT-th Etrc -S" ce way Sc cooking in a a gas burner at 9.18 last evening, the 'chicken Company 3 Tesponded and. used CAUGHT Francis (Story, Page-5) highway safe'ty pro- gram suffered -its-first, big setback Tuesday when a bill to doable the "voted for !n Qw. first as Rep; ffdwin Me- InorirtT- with a Chilean dri.'U.S. Secreiry of tian A. Herfer was to reply on Ithe meiBhers to human visions. rate project, call- consider various proposals to draw up-an in view, of of not InteS Keefi in the of the 'iieaviest concentra- tlons of police ever seen in rigfits issue was demonstrated The now "iff ''etflct ago "broke up a Commutjist-led xTuesday night when El Salvador's, has no binding force. Sj'march on the U.S. embassy" Alfredo Ortiz Mancia circulated Uruguay and. Venezuela also Tuesday night. proposal of an Inter- have the con- AScfowd of about Arnerican ference been attending "a Red- Had 10. speeding nne leu in. the House vote. which torists cro capped a __ ng pages of the like: rush-hour four -other on Page 4, would1 "be Set up by o.-ganizedXnieeting on the eve of LEWISBURG on Route the openingSf the Western Hemi- case or- -whisky broke, mte-the Lewisburg -Auto led po- Sujjgly-where they failed in an un- rm'ltes N "ence heife three Lewis- successful safe. creaseN yojuffis mvMyed-kt g-jories of Thfey theitrcontinued tq the Union eignt burglaries dUwngThe week- Farm- Bureau and affer" finding no Switches N, sfolon car back to WaysXartd" Means approved a one-cent-a- gallon- increase in gasolineMaxes, along with a companion meaS 11 million dollars of increased revenue to police, on quickly- headei :in onto nearby Majfiicho Riyer no.jmajof outbreak "of violence no C j :i i 'O Cc were Roger Harris. 19, the parking lot. two-juveniles whose identities Walking to Lewisburg, the "because of their trio entered Ralph's Auto Store imicipalities. layse Motor' Vehicles Com- fed a in- About 109. farmers and farm- political institute organized by the license fees; 'Williamsport Pennsylvania Farmers -Assn. The r" from 22 counties irK-Eastern Penn- association is meeting at The Ly- to dlseuss polities' coming. Z. H. Cohfair One the House Stldpted, 143-38, and thefindividuars role nkTOIitics a bill putting all stWiorKwagons in: and to the group at a noon luncheon a special classification with., nual c more than for ordinary 'on practical politics. The group is in the dty tomorrw---to- take part, to today. Part of his talk was to in- "w- small band ViUas province fe central Cuba. Eba88y of antl- Castro conspirators was He gave. nD-.details, Police on foot and on horseback reporied still holding- out -In- cen-- Earlier there had been uncon- been -posted to. guard the em- of __ government J Sunday Aug. 2, from a University parking lot. They drover "south on Route 14 toward -Northumber- __ _ __ ,._ _ __ _ ____. raiders -continued their- roundup troops skirmishing with .antUCas- the .f ive-dayL _duraUon of the Returning to Lewisburg; land reform s iana reiorm pTogram. i. The m t i n g, tity of merchandise. They con- .Jcalled 'n competition with the timjed .northward to Smead s serv- the prime minister and_command-TCbargea .Contribution Iconlereace demonstrate StaUon. just the "er-in-chief of Uie Kuchilan also" cfifirged that Ihe'support for the" governments of bridge, and took two quarts .tolj Republic's dictalorreuba. -and Venezuela, 'was inter-JIloItor Ol1 whl-ch they Put mto the had been -acjcWentaHy- caught -m Generalissimd Rafael Trujillo. rupted repeatedly Jjy cheers for t the dragnet that suspects had had contributed and a ton Cuban Premier Fidel Castro then, went to been seized, of arms toward the -conspiracy, jeers for the foreign -nH Unofficial sources saig most Kuchilan urged students and other probably would be released after Cubans to cable the Inter-Ameri- The United States is expected. e bridBe to Ivans' tevernkna -fiolice sort them out in a hunt Foreign Ministers Conference to warn Latin American ...leaders stoip qulntitv of whisky then in Santiago, Chilei demanding the today that continued unrest in the driving to Brenner's auto wrecking holdout con of tte Dominican' Re- plays -into the yard, of West MiUon, where6 Pubhc from Organization of hands ofxtH? Reds and weakens-protee said, they apparently TTT? Western Hemisphere political- No date vet was set for Cas- lv and The reoort came ,V. _ i. T, tro's television and radio report'- Minister, Castro.. Kuchilan said a to the ntrtiQa on tne d small group were at In to speculation, i _____- that there were still some rem- najits to be cleaned up. gov- ernment spokesmari said Castro is H about ready to take to the air -M V? s y c w o ,a-e Presidential Minister denied Washington columnist __ .Drew Pearson's'report that tro had been wounded last week- end. It was reported -that an Ameri- construction of a sys-'city. Other bidders were Joseph L. can born revolutionary helped tem which would link Loyalsock Lecce Inc.. and Henry H. Wein- smash the gigantic plot against Twp. to sewage treatment facilities hardt, both of this city, and Guy C. Castro by pretending to join the of the City of Williamsport were Koser, South Williamsport. conspiracy and- Chen trapping its received and opened at a meeting Authority officials did not leaders at a secret midnight meet- of the Loyalsock Twp. Authority disclose the amounts of the last night. Informed sourtes said Maj Wil- Morgan of Ohio, a -Three bids were received for liam mahdante_of the Cuban rural construction and four for .worked_ as -an undercover' electrical construction. bids. They announced that they will- readvertise for bids for Sinoa Jan. 1 in all of LYCom- ing County including Wil- liamsport. 1958 Record to Ace. 886 Inj... 373 Dead 18 agent with Army commandante Eloy G'Jltierrez Menoyo. They played along with the con- "spirators and passed the informa- tion to Castro. Castro had been expected to make one of his famous televi- sion speeches on the conspiracy ICCbntlmMdon Page VCol, 2) submitted by McDermott Bros., project. M. L. Smith city, submitted the unofficial low bid for general construction. Also brdding were Hlnaman and Per-sun, city, and McCor- mlck Construction Co, Inc., I-ock Haven. construction of a pumping sta- tion, probably early next week. The Authority has 45 days In which to award contracts from bids received last night. Present at the meeting was American. Farm: Bureau .in Washingtonxwill speak at a dinner in His topic will Farmer in National r" Persons "attending the will meet throughout tomorrow in small groups instruction ticaT poliUcSiTrhe instruqHor is designed to become more active in. the of Iheir acjeprdlng to C. M. Wilson, secretary-treasurer fronLCamp ..__. instruction classes are being taught by Joseph Ele; and White, public counsellors from Sir. Wilson said today'that, dur- Tn.s the srrralT will include ways and means .through which people can partici- pate in looal and the of county and local chairme; As State Farmers Assembled for Two-Day Meeting F'lvin Hostrtter, of Lebanon regii- for the political institute being conducted at The Lycoming- by tho Pennsylvania Farmen today and Mr7 H-tetle, I. one of the Chester Engineers. He is en- Unofficial low electrical bid was'glneer in-charge of the local of ahout from Eastern taking part in the icssions. At the regist desk.'in hotel lobby this morninc: were Mrs. O-lvi. Wilson, of -Camp Hill, (at letD and Mrs. anis WingOrt, of Olean. N.Y. Mrs. Winitert, a of the New York Stetp Farm Bureau Womeh'i Committee, will discuss "A Political History" at a luncheon tomorrow. Preparations for the second free polio vaccine inoculation at the lo- cal Moose Home will be advanced at a meeting tomorrow noon, when will be held'by lodge officials, medical personnel, health officials and volunteers staffing the program. date for the second shot has as Friday. Aug. 28. Fratftt ft. Ritchie, the lodge rotary, said officials expect to have twice the ajttount of Salk vaccine that wfto-avaHatyte for the first day, July 31, when persons re- ceived the varcine and hundreds had in be turned The Moose is sponsoring the psoject for all Lycoining County residftiU as the lodge's golden anniversary- Sift to I INEWSPA'PERf {NEWSPAPER!   

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