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Athens Messenger (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Athens, Ohio
Today s chuckle a woman will look into a Mirror any time except when she a just about to pull out of a parking place. A c milieus mum Max the weather fair and Cool tonight 28-32tuesday fair and warmer 60 63. By no.�?210 Athens Ohio monday november 21, 1960 the associated press seven cents Johnson acclaim Ike nato policy Paris a up a vice president elect Lyndon b. Johnson Drew cheers today As he told legislators from Atlantic Alliance countries that the United states stands by president Eisenhower a Atlantic policies Johnson said the Election in no Way was a a repudiation of president Eisenhower a support for the instruments of Mutual strength in Western his vigorous bipartisan speech was frequently interrupted by applause by legislators drawn from All Over Western Europe and Canada for the North Atlantic treaty organization meeting. The Texas senator told 200 assembled legislators from natos 15 countries a a the voice of isolation is stilled in a a new generation of americans who came to Early maturity fighting for Freedom on the Fields of Europe and the islands of the Pacific is coming in the leadership of our land a Johnson said. Johnson stressed that he was speaking As a senator and not specifically outlining policies of the administration of president elect John f. Kennedy. However Kennedy read the speech when he and Johnson met last week in Texas. While Johnson s appearance Here had Long been planned he was aware that the Election Seo news behind Page i Athens. 9 building. 16 comics. 13 Gallipolis. 5 Glouster. La Logan. 6 Nelsonville. 3 pm. Pleasant. La Pomeroy. 2 Middleport. 2 sports. 12 television la women. To had elevated its importance and that the speech would be watched especially by europeans As the first indication of the new administrations foreign policy. The speech indicated the Kennedy Johnson administration would be More receptive toward moves to expand natos influence beyond the military Field. He warned that the Election a was not a Call to an easier life. It was a Call to a More responsible however he said a you Here know Well the magnitude of president Eisenhower a service to nato and to the strength of Western Europe. I want you to understand that president Eisenhower will leave Public office with the continuing respect Trust and esteem of All his countrymen without regard to Domestic opposition grows against Kas Mvubu United nations a foes of congolese president Joseph Kas Mvubu mounted a last ditch Effort today to keep the in general Assembly from seating him and his delegation. But the Prospect was Baul Bagnes at president Havana Vijh a cuban armed forces minister Raul Castro says president Eisenhower a dispatch of . Warships to the Caribbean is criminal and a unmasks United states puppets in Central but the younger brother of prime minister Castro in an angry speech sunday refrained from rattling soviet rockets As a threat to the United states. The softer tone Lent weight to speculation that Moscow had nudged Castro to take the soviet Union out of the cuban revolutions frontline to preserve oth i or soviet Irons in latin America. I Premier Khrushchev himself said recently his rocket offer to j defend Cuba was i the younger Castro told his audience of Petroleum j workers that Eisenhower a order of last week made in response to requests by Guatemala and Nicaragua represented a a warning by Yankee imperialism to All the Peoples of latin Amer Ica that it is not going to permit cuban style S., West Germany open economic talks Bonn Germany a i a the United states and West Germany opened economic talks today amid indications they ran into difficulties right at the outset. The first session lasted an hour longer than scheduled. The United states is pressing prosperous West Germany to contribute More toward foreign Aid and Western defense costs to help reduce tile Drain on Dollar and Gold reserves. Hearing scheduled Youngstown a a a a preliminary hearing has been set dec. 9 for five Trumbull county men arrested in a raid by Treasury department agents on charges of violating the Federal gambling tax stamp Law winds ravage India Madras India a ? a ninety Mike an hour winds swept Madras City sunday. Several persons Are reported dead. Sex mayor Dies Cleveland we Frank w. Stanton 82, former mayor of Chagrin Falls died sunday. Bobcats Are Sun bowl possibility in by George strode sports editor Post season bowl talk increased on the Ohio University Campus this morning with a report the bobcats were one of several teams under consideration for a berth in the Sun bowl. University officials would confirm nothing about such an invitation. However the messenger Learned from a reliable source that officials of the bowl at Elpaso tex., were interested in the All victorious mid american conference champions. Ohio Was one of about six teams being considered. New Mexico state one of the two major College unbeaten teams 9-0wyoming and about three others were also in consideration. New Mexico state won the Sun bowl game a year ago with a 28-8 decision Over North Texas state. Ohio Still had a Long shot Chance of gaining a spot in the Gotham bowl in new York City or the Liberty bowl in Philadelphia both new productions. Syracuse had invitations to both bowls and was expected to accept one. Penn state was listed As a Likely Choice for the Liberty bowl with Alabama a top Choice to oppose the orangemen in the Gotham and Tennessee to go against the Kittany Lions in the Liberty. Any trip to a bowl would have to be approved by the athletic Board and the Board of trustees at Ohio u., the source disclosed today. Macmillan in Italy Rome a it it a prime minister Harold Macmillan of Britain arrived Here to review political and economic problems with italian leaders. It is the first formal visit by a British prime minister to the italian capital since the Neville Chamberlain Benito Mussolini meeting in 1939. That the Assembly would vote to seat him anyway late today or some time tuesday. That would give the United states a Victory Over an Asia african communist faction favouring Kasai ubut a hitter rival deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba. A Day Long debate is expected and a special night session May be held. Kas Mvubu who came to new York two weeks ago to press his Case has said that until he is seated he will not state his attitude toward the in conciliation commission for the Congo. Some diplomats say Kas Mvubu has intimated that once he gets the seat he will Welcome the 15-nation asian african commission to carry out its assignment of seeking peace among rival politicians. Guinea and Mali have said privately that if Kas Mvubu is seated they will quit the commission. But Jaja Wachuku of Nigeria commission chairman told a reporter sunday nothing would keep it from making the trip. Wachuku dismissed he threat of Jose Nussba timer congolese commissioner for the Interior that 5000 soldiers would prevent the commission from Landing at Leopold Ville Airport. A Beauty trial j starts today cleveland�?.? trial of mrs. Lillian Fratantonio 29, interrupted after five Days last september because of the judges fatal illness begins anew today with selection of a juvenile court jury. Charged with Cirild neg Lect in the drugging of her a sleeping Beauty daughters Venita 5. And Bernadette. 3, mrs. Fratantonio has pleaded innocent. If convicted she could receive a maximum sentence of a year in jail and a $500 Fine. A mistrial was declared on sept. 28 because of the illness of judge Margaret j. Spellacy who presided at the first trial from sept. 19 through sept. 23. Judge Spellacy a illness resulted in her death two weeks ago. Go cart mishap new Cumberland w. A. A ? a Melvin l. Miller 45, of new Cumberland was injured fatally in a go cart Accident at a track South of Here sunday. Book collector John Kennedy is shown w Ith some of the 175 books he borrowed from the san Francisco Public Library and neglected to return. When officials finally caught up to him Kennedy was found to owe $350 in fines for the volumes they found. Open season at Airport Jerry Parasino a guard at Logan Airport Boston stands ready with a Shotgun to keep Birds away from the runway As a plane is about to take off. Flocks of starlings and swallows have been endangering air travel at the Field for some time. Government switch tops demo confab Palm Beach big task of shifting government control from the Eisenhower administration to the new democratic regime gets president elect John f. Kennedy a personal attention today. Kennedy arranged to Confer most of the Day at his Atlantic Shore Home with Clark Clifford his chief Liaison Man with the outgoing republicans. Clifford was picked by Kennedy shortly after his nomination last july to make a study of the problems of transition from one administration to another. Clifford had the study we Ell under Way when Kennedy won the nov. 8 election. Since then Clifford has conferred twice with president Eisenhower a chief aide Wilton b. Persons. These conferences and the Kennedy Clifford talks today will be climaxed soon by a meeting of the president elect and Eisenhower for a top level discussion of the change Over. Sitting in with Kennedy and Clifford for at least part of the talks will be prof. Richard Neu Stadt of Columbia University specialist on the problems of government transition. From his two advisers Kennedy will get a list of some 150 top positions for which he will be choosing appointees Between now and his inauguration Jan. 20, or immediately thereafter. Hoffa hearings Are called by senator Washington i a a new series of hearings involving the teamsters Union has been called by sen. John l. Mcclellan dark Mcclellan said Over the weekend the hearings would Start dec. 13 and would concentrate on new York City teamsters operations. He said he expected to Call Union president James r. Hoffa a to explain the continuance of Racket control of teamsters locals under his Grange is Winner Winston Salem . A pm a the Jefferson Grange of Stone Creek Ohio has won a $1000 prize for being among to finalists in Competition for the National grangers award for Community development. Collision is fatal fort Wayne ind. A ? a Roland j. Hutchins 47, Cecil Paulding count was killed today in a head on collision about seven Miles East of nearby new Haven. Liquid Gas explosion Caltagirone Sicily ? a liquid Gas Container exploded today and wrecked three houses at the Hamlet of Mineo. Four persons were killed and to injured. Governor to explain Columbus a a gov. Michael d. I Sadie will Tell legislative leaders tuesday Why he feels a special session to extend unemployment Benefit payments is justified. Nelsonville Man to be in met a arraigned tor murder brother is victim of gun blast by Charles Robb a Shotgun blast from Point Blank Range took the life Early sunday morning of Clifford Pickett 53, Nelsonville route i. The shooting occurred at about 1 30 . At the Home of Pickett a half brother Marion h. Pickett 41, at Kimberly incl Sonville route i. Athens county sheriff Harold e. Shields said Marion Pickett will be arraigned tuesday in Athens municipal court on a charge of first degree murder. Pickett is now being held in Athens county jail. The two men were alone at the time of the killing sheriff Shields said Clifford having arrived to visit Between to and 10 30 . Saturday. Clifford apparently arrived toward the Enid of a family gathering including Marion Pickett a father and Mother in Law or. And mrs. Aaron Mcdonald also of Nelsonville route i and Marion a brother in Law Paul Mcdonald. According to the Story constructed later by witnesses the Mcdonalds left shortly after Cliffords arrival. Marion s wife Mary and seven of the couple s eight children Ages la to three months went to bed. Clifford and Marion were left alone. They drank from a fifth of wine brought by Clifford Shields said. The sheriff said that a statement made later by Marion related that at about 1 30 . He went to get the Shotgun loaded it and then shot Clifford. The victim was killed instantly the charge entering the left Side of his Chest. The gun a 12 Guage single barrelled weapon was said to belong to a neighbor of the Brothers Harold Mcdonald. Shields said Marion had borrowed the gun and the shells shortly after dark saturday. Investigation of the killing was made by sheriff Shields prosecutor Joseph b. Yanity Homer Gall prosecutor elect and sheriffs deputies Dewitt Walker and Sam Buffington. Continued on Page 14 bus strike ends in la los Angeles it a the transit strike that snarled los Angeles traffic and jammed its freeways is Over but the commuters worries Arentt. The 400,000 persons who daily ride the metropolitan transit authority a buses and streetcars May have to pick up the Tab in the form of increased fares As a result of the settlement. For five Days the commuters had no bus or Streetcar transportation because of a strike by 900 Meta mechanics. Sunday both sides the Meta a Public Agency and the amalgamated transportation Union agreed to a new 15-month contract which provides higher wages improved working conditions and prospects for a pension plan. Ohio five Day forecast temperatures will average a Cut to degrees above Normal. Normal High 44 North to 47 South Normal Low 30-32. Warmer tuesday then Little temperature change through remainder of week. Precipitation will total .1 to .2 Inch in showers late in week. Rolls his own Marion Pickett calmly Rolls a cig Aret As he relates his Story of How his half brother Clifford was shot and killed Early sunday in the front room of Marion a Home at Kimberly. Listening during the 4 . Questioning Are Deputy sheriff Dewitt Walker and atty. Homer Gall Athens county prosecutor elect. Messenger new photo. Mason county Mother held to jury in husband killing by Mary Hyre Point pleasant correspondent Point pleasant a 24-year-old Mason county Mother of three was bound to the grand jury this morning on a charge of murder filed against her in the saturday night Rifle slaying of her estranged husband. Mrs. Barbara Lynn mor Gan appeared in Justice of the peace a. W. Goodwin a court to answer the charge filed by the West Virginia state police. Mrs. Morgan is accused of killing her husband Edward Jason Morgan 45, at. The couples Home on Chestnut Ridge. She waived a hearing and was bound to the grand jury. Mrs. Pro-. Faction Jap conservatives win control of parliament Tokyo a a Japan a pro a. Ruling conservatives rolled Back to control of parliament today but failed to get the All out backing they had asked of the nation s voters. The conservatives claimed their Victory was a Broad endorsement of the Security pact and other close ties with the West. Their leftist opponents claimed leftist gains proved just the opposite the nationwide sunday balloting that returned prime minister Hayato Ikeda a Liberal democrats conservatives to Power followed the same general pattern of elections in Japan since world War in it showed a conservative majority battling a slowly but steadily increasing leftist minority. A Middle Road Appeal made by the democratic socialist party was crushed As japanese voters repeated their Sharp saving to the right and left. The communists made their Best showing in to years increasing their vote from 2.6 to 2.9 per cent and winning three seats. The vote came against a background of mob scenes in parliament violent demonstrations against the la. Security pact and president Eisenhower s ohioan is killed Springfield 111. A a James l. Greenawalt 25, of Beloit Mahoning county was killed sunday in a head on collision on it. 54 Northeast of Springfield. Cancelled visit to Japan. While party leaders played on foreign policy themes during the Campaign regional and Domestic issues and personalities were As always important. Space orb shoot fails Cape canaveral a an attempt to launch an unmanned space capsule failed today when the countdown reached Zero an escape Tower shot into the sky leaving the Redstone Booster rocket and the capsule on the pad. The 15 to foot Tower shot straight up into Low hanging Clouds and several seconds later plunged Back onto the Cape. If Success had been achieved a Chimpanzee was scheduled to ride a Redstone powered capsule Over an identical route within two months. Then if that was successful an astronaut was to take the same trip in february or March in the first . Man in space attempt. Churchill May leave sickbed for birthday London a i a sir Winston Churchill a doctors Hope to get him out of his sickbed for the Celebration of his 86th birthday nov. 30. Britain a world War ii Leader has been lying propped up in a special adjustable bed since last tuesday when he stumbled in his bed room and broke a Small Bone in his Back. Morgan was placed in police custody until a Bond can be arranged. After the shooting mrs. Morgan admitted to state police that she had killed her husband. The trim Brown haired woman handed the gun to police and told them she had shot her husband. Police said one shot was fired from a 22 Caliper Rifle and that it hit Morgan in the heart. Or. Oliver Eshenaur Mason county Coroner said Morgan died instantly. State police sgt. G. M. Scott said the shooting climaxed Domestic troubles Between the morgans. Sergeant Scott said mrs. Morgan told him her husband had not been living at the family Home since sept. 20. Saturday night he appeared while mrs. Morgan was preparing the three Small children for bed. She told police her husband appeared to be drunk and that he demanded to be admitted. Mrs. Morgan related she became frightened and summoned her neighbors or. And mrs. Paul Thornton by attracting their attention by turning the porch Light on and off rapidly. Continued on Page la soviets oust Attache Moscow a ? a maj. Irving t. Mcdonald assistant . Air attache was ordered today to leave the soviet Union on the charge of conduct unbecoming a military attache. The russians accused Mcdonald of engaging in activities considered Here As espionage. He is the second . Air attache expelled from the soviet Union in recent months. Minister counsellor Edward i. Freers Wras called to the foreign office this afternoon and told that Mcdonald must leave As soon As possible. Tidal wave strikes Lima. Peru a it it a a tidal wave struck Low lying areas of Northern Peru sunday Reching As far As a mile Inland in some places. Two persons were killed and nine listed As missing. Uneasy quietness prevails Over deep South integration problem sold new Orleans ? a an Uncertain quiet prevailed in this troubled deep South City today As it waited for a three judge Federal court to Rule on school integration. The three Southern judges considered these paths of action a school Board request to suspend integration until Federal state differences Are settled. A Federal move to enjoin state officials and prevent their inter Ference with school integration a temporary retraining order now effective expires when the court rules. A state motion calling for dismissal of action against Louisiana officials and the return of schools to their traditionally segregated basis. The motion stems from a rarely used interposition act which advocates say gives the state Power to use its sovereignty As a shield to Block the Federal integration order. Judge Richard t. Rives of Montgomery ala., chief judge of the 5th . Circuit court of appeals declined to say when the ruling would be honed Down. While City and state officials awaited a court decision new Orleans Public schools closed for a weeks Holiday. Police reported a Calm weekend in Sharp contrast to five Stormy Days that followed the i admission of four negro first j graders to two White schools last monday. Hang the sold sign on that automobile now. Andrew Mccaulsky of Hastings Road sold his car to the first Man who called and had a dozen Calls for it after that. This Little and found the buyer. 1956 Chevrolet 2-i>x mtra.ji7> Heater Standard shift $400. By 2 30q5. Done to delay phone today. You too can get these same wonderful results through a messenger family want and. Dial by 3-1242 get in stride with
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