Charleston Gazette in Charleston, West-Virginia
11 Mar 1961

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11 Mar 1961

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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1961, Charleston, West Virginia S.c., Dupont win regional Cage contests 4 the Charleston Gazette the state newspaper Charleston West Virginia saturday morning March 11, 1961 16 cents to Ltd showers Likely. High 2. Unemployment Aid plan faces Senate showdown Washington in Federal state Aid for the children of Job less parents was approved by the House Friday but president Ken Nedy s emergency program of unemployment Relief faced a threat ened slowdown in the Senate. The House passed by voice vote and sent to the Senate a Bill that would make children of Tiu unemployed eligible for t h e same benefits now received by children whose parents become disabled die or desert them. If All 50 states chose to participate the Bill would Cost the government an estimated m i 1 lion based on a 6040 Federal state Matching formula. Not All the states Are expected to do so however. In the Senate lie child a i d Biu overtook a companion Nici sure passed by the House last week which would provide i to 13 weeks additional Iwuc in ploy no it benefits to Long Idle workers who have exhausted their present rights. The Senate finance commit tee completed Public hearings on the 13 week Extension Meas ure but received demands for amendments that could throw the legislation into a Senate House conference if they Are accepted by the Senate. This Bill would Cost an Esti mated million to b i 1 lion. Like the child Aid measure. It would expire june 30. 1962. Secretary of labor Arthur j. Goldberg pleading that time is of the essence to relieve hard ship for jobless who have used up their benefits urged the committee to approve the House version without change. Goldberg urged enactment in time for the extra payments to Start by mid april. He has rioted that it will take some time after the Bill is signed into Law to Complete the administrative tasks needed to get the pay. Ments going. Chairman Harry f. Byrd announced previously he wants an amendment to Correct what he termed an in Equality which would reduce Bene fits available for jobless pennsylvanians. Williams said he will move to substitute pay As you go financing for the deferred funding of the Bill s emergency benefits. A temporary two year .4 per cent increase in employers payroll taxes would finance the program Williams said it should be imposed retroactively to Jan. 1. The House approved Bill would defer collection of the tax until january 19g3 and january 19w. Williams also demanded an amendment to curl what he Calls abuses of the unemployment compensation program. He said he has Learned of a 71 year old retired govern ment worker who in one year collected a government p e n Sion of a month of so Cial Security for himself and his wife a month veterans pension a Cash settlement in lieu of accrued vacation time plus unemployment compensation. Williams said a Surrey of 293 retired government workers shows 43 of them received at one time three or More types of Federal benefits including unemployment compensation. things he said discredit the unemployment p r o g r a a although he conceded they Are be Gal. Goldberg urged the senator to save the amendments for consideration when Kennedy proposes a revision of the Basic unemployment compensation Law in a later Bill. Senate s unemployment Aid Bill passes House pro reds in Laos launch offensive Vientiane rebels launched a heavy offensive in Central Laos Friday casting a Shadow Over a peace plan drawn up by the government Atid neutralise Tuxedo Clad Sam Machadio 24, was lured from his High Perch in Newark n. J., Friday by his girl Friend and a priest and police grabbed him. He had Tele phoned Alba Matos 19, of Newark telling her that he was going to jump. Miss Matos told police that her Mother recently had refused to let Machadio see her anymore. Matos a writer is wearing his working clothes. A wire photo sex Premier Houma. Souvanna International conference to be held on Laos possibly by tie 14 nations proposed by Iii cd Norodom Sihanouk. Cam Bodian Clu of of state. Because it would include communist China this plan has met with u. S. Opposition. To be neutralized and general elections for a new government be held. Souvanna who refused Thoumi s time pledged to liberate All of Laos. A the government charged 2 More issues to be resolved i by Thomas f. Stafford i staff writer the House took a major step toward Early Legisla Tive adjournment Friday when it accepted the Senate s j unemployment compensation Bill. The measure which now Viet made Molotov trucks to Rush three fresh battalions around battered Sala in the last two Days. Gov. Barren for his signature there have been fears that it might run into trouble. A Del. Charles Lloyd a Monon for business and Industry by a italia was the Only member to Cost ii jobless outlined i i West Virginia s Cost i in a proposed Federal plan for extended Job less benefits and the amount the state would get Back trere outlined Friday by Clement Bassett employment Security director. Bassett also said he does t think Legisla Tive action will be needed for the state to take part although he could t be sure until the measure is passed. It would provide he said 12 additional weeks of benefits and perhaps 13 for others. About unemployed West virginians who have exhausted compensation would get to million in benefits. It would Cost state employers about million. The last two arajs. A proximately annually express Disfavour with the Bill he when the rebels attacked Sala i m to vote for this Phou Koun and two related gov with this Bill out of the Way laotian military source to return to Vientiane now 22 mile s South and Salapo nine Patchet lao rebel sell the program to tie re Keng eight Miles North the release of Congo port to . Seen Leopold Ville the dependent Katanga province reported equipped with Light Bels who control much of North tanks were thrown into the at Central Laos. He was widely a tack in a pouring rain on the key claimed during a trip to rebel Road Junction of Sala Phou Koun territory earlier this month. But two connected strongholds the rebel command at the same outcome of the Battle was in doubt he said. At stake were control of the vital North South Queen Astrid Highway inking Vientiane with the Royal capital j of Luang perhaps i the government s plans for a j Long promised offensive into the Central Plain. Almost simultaneously. Soul i i Anna whom the rebels Call Laos Legal Premier announced Jin phenom penh. Cambodia that Ern ment Only knotty issues still untre and Sala at a pay raise for teachers tied to two Revenue Bills Worth a year in new government commander g e n. Bonn Leuth san Chan reportedly moved his Headquarters South. Money which Haven t been the Junction town was evacuate please turn to Page 2 col. 1 concessions dropped . Hardens Berlin attitude Washington tie off West Berlin for a number acted upon by the Senate. Budget Bill now in con Ference Over differences in the Senate and House versions. Said i m going to vote for this Bill but against my better judg the four negative votes came from dels. Paul b. Davis r a. Foster Lineweaver Larkin ours r Grant and David l. Shepperd r the House adopted a Senate Resolution calling for interim usually on the eve of adjourn committee study of rules Regula ment there is a legislative log a tons and statutes governing pub Iam. But this year the legislature lie Utility rate making by the i was off and running the first week Public service commission. It i in passing a increase in ithe Consumers sales tax and has passed several other important acts in recent weeks. Under terms of the a employ is seen easing Washington two government agencies Friday reported signs Indi Cating that the recession was approved on a voice vote May be tapering off. Del. Charles g. Peters d Kanawha failed in an attempt to have the study encompass the relationship Between Parent out and Gen. Thoumi Kennedy administration divorced1 of years at least. Zinent compensation Bill the num. Of state Utility companies and of weeks a person can j their West Virginia subsidiaries. Qualify have been raised from 24 Peters said lie wanted to de Termine whether policies of tie i us ugly .1 r Daval head of the and other congolese leaders Strong Man in the Western backed itself Friday from concessions tie Geneva conference 26 and the weekly rate has United nation s Congo agreed to create a super Cabinet i Vientiane government had agreed once offered Russia by the West to produce any East West Accord been increased from u so2 left for new York Friday conf to preside Over a new a plan to end the civil War intern Powers in an Effort to Degoti later the question arose whether the increase in Cost Dent the congolese soon will re a federation. The federation sex store the major port of Matadi to u. Is. Control. Eluding Eizenga will be made up of Independent slates set their strategic Southeast asian ate a Short term agreement on the concessions which the Western will go is for increased kingdom. The Prospect that the congolese up on tubal lines Katanga and army will Loose its stranglehold the Independent mining state on the port through which flows m Southern Kasai province were the bulk of the u. A s supplies reported among the first to be came amid these other develop accepted As Federal Ion members. Ments in the turbulent Congo for reports lacking u. N. Confirmation spread that Antoine Eizenga had been unseated As head of the communist backed rebel regime in Stanleyville by one of two commander Victor Gundula or president Jean Foster Manzi Kala of Oriental province. The Issue of Matadi a congolese foreign ministry spokesman said u. A s return be decided by Kas Mvubu. A u. N. Statement reported talks will be resumed on the basis of Kas Mvubu s decision. A communique issued ithe future of West Berlin. I at Powers had offered including benefits and to Stabil possible Cut in the size of the inc the fund. With Only about Thoumi talked with the self exiled Souvanna outlined the immediately department Way Neutral commission of same time the a. Asserted flatly that West Berlin Garrison would pro As no intention i vide the starting Point for new n s reduce ii its military garrison1 East West negotiations on West gamed u. S. Which Western Berlin s status. j Powers Are pledged to protect Eisenhower administration Las inst communist pressures. Facials then said privately that if Burma Cambodia and Malaya i United negotiations did take place Parent companies arc made to Benefit themselves or their subsidiaries noting that Ameri can Telephone and Telegraph for example is a highly Suc Iii the fund today please turn to Page 2 col. 6 if i 1 lie us ecu out cd la us us Aid terms for the k be quickly organized to guard h approximately 11.000 the same concessions might or in to the port will against foreign intervention m j stationed a j Savang Vathana but Souvanna i apparently Hopes Iii approval Dayal seemed confident will persuade the others he left by plane to attend the series of conferences to acknowledging the session of the u. N. General be held by the three factions in United nations does not know Assembly in new York. He1 the civil War Premier Boun who is wielding Power in Orien said he planned to be away about Oum s Vientiane government Tal a spokesman said sex presi two weeks and gaily the Patchet lao and Dent Jean Mirtho and 10 of please turn to Page 2 col. 4 j Neutra lists his Cabinet ministers from Kiva i province had been released tit 4 i t tttt1 from prison in Stanleyville j 11 Jii Lull Ujj 1 Ejli they were jailed by Eizenga when he seized Kiva in Decem Ber. Madagascar the round table conference of congolese president Joseph Kas Mvubu president Misc Tshombe of in troops stationed in West not be offered but they Laos. Only Malaya agreed to Ameri a would not constitute tie initial this proposal when it was first _ advanced by laotian King carb the concessions were offered Jern bargaining position for the West comments by state department to the soviet Union by joint action of the three Western Powers j spokesmen Friday were much during a conference at Geneva More explicit and they were on in the summer of 1939. Under ithe Public record. Teacher pay hike okayed West Virginia s teachers cur. Friday night s action was a Lucre Given first stage Assurance Tipoff that the Senate is about a limited agreement by which j the diplomatic effect was Friday night they la have to go along. The communists would have to serve notice to the soviet gov Money in their pay checks next tie extended term provision negotiation was a proposal for i been committed to keep hands i please turn to Page col. 1 year. Was a state department of Edu in an unusual action the sen cation pay boost ate and House passed a Bill that a West Virginia education Assn. The labor department said the Winter Long climb Iii the number of workers drawing unemployment compensation benefits edged downward during the week ended feb. 2-5. At about the same time the Commerce department said a preliminary Check showed a slight upturn about 1 per cent retail sales last month. February sales at Bil lion still were about 1.5 per cent below february a year ago after adjustment for seasonal variations and other factors. The labor department said joblessness among workers insured for benefits declined a please turn to Page 2 col. 3 Driver saves from fire an unidentified Motorist is credited with saving the lives of or. And mrs. George Perkins of jobless Man finds w an in 000. T put it in the car and took nearby Rand Early Friday. The Perkins Home was destroyed by i fire. Enough Money to finance the sex i chief Bush Shepherd of the tended Irand Volunteer fire department if the legislature passes the said lne apparently broke move is taken financing Meas a sonic Janie today this out about 3 . Saw this bag lying in the car in the City out at your House Are passed. was not the be first pay a Motorist driving along u. I to Vic a nor pc fur tic Mia would give them a monthly. Proposal. Boost in pay and extend their time by two weeks. Already available is i it now goes to the governor. normally before such a we can t do your Spring cleaning but we can make a Sugges Tion that will help you immeasurably. Instead of cleaning around a lot of dust catching pieces of no longer used articles like going through an obstacle sell those for Cash with a Gazette daily mail for Sale and. Now Sec How much easier it is to do your Spring cleaning All those things out of your Way and you be got Cali in your pocket for the Purchase of needed things. Dial i 6-0111 Refore 1 p. M. Today Gazette daily mail want ads employed negro maintenance it Home. Then called a Friend she Aid. He picked it with sirens blowing and people Case this year As far As the sen the teachers have gotten from s. Go spotted inc roaring flames Man out Hunting a Job found and he said Call the Fri at once up and threw it in the Back of our coming around and the neighbors Alc is concerned. That body since 1955 j stopped his car and dashed into in 10s and 20s lying station Wagon. We drove about what you have done awaiting action in that Cham the Street Friday and called the Fri quoted Johnson As Block. Tie Fri. Saying i thought if i kept that curiosity got the better of Douglas William Johnson s in Money i d never be Able to look me and i Lur cd around and hesitant honesty ended an hour my three kids in the face looked is it. 1 said do you Long Hunt the Small Fortune Johnson s wife Helen 33, know what you be picked by scores of officers. A companies him on the Job inter he said no i said. There s Johnson said there was something about Federal on the bag so t told him i d Call the the Fri sent four men in Siree million a year. Her Are two Penny boost in the cigarette tax and an in crease in stale liquor store also at a night session Friday the House passed a Bill creating a general retirement program for state workers. It will Cost a i prices Worth approximately a year. Not included Are members of the Money in a Gray cloth bag View at an apartment under con ? in that j House had bounced out the Back door obstruction where he sought to he said. And he started mrs. Johnson said her a brinks armoured car and into the Wash windows and clean up All averages a week when he s cars immediately to Johnson s both have lne House pc ask turn to Page 2 col. 3 the Home to investigate. But the Senate has refused to con Street. Bris. Johnson said i was knocked j working. He said work has been Joff my feet. I never dreamed i d j very slow and he has worked have Chancis on like about half the time in the last six months. Has said anything mrs. Johnson said the bag him about a Reward r v Tail w Ortoll there were no winners in Nolc bore a Scal so she did t try to -x0 one has said nothing to to it was being Aken from the United California Bank to t h c Federal Reserve Bank. How the door swung open was not at i once determined. Tie Driver first noticed it when he saw it swinging in a rear 12.589 entries in last Indio c View Mirror. Sunday Gazette mail prize Cross we went on fair he gel that Job to was won Puzzle . And he called a Friend a former looking fur said Johnson 50 i was out Sec thu sunday Gazette mail Chicago policeman. David a he did t reach the Man he looking for work and saw this for a new Puzzle Worth up to Taylor. Taylor said Don t c a 11 wanted to bag. It had a tag that said police. They la have every Iio Check with him again. i he found or. And mrs. Perkins sleeping in a first floor bedroom roused them and then led them to safely. Shepherd said the Man then apparently returned to his car and drove away. The 11-room, two Story House was destroyed.1 loss has been estimated at the cause of the fire has comic pages 6, 7 not been determined but Shepherd laugh or Oft Jiw Side today Page amusements 6j crossword Puzzle 7 expressed the belief that it May editorials. Columns 10. Luj have resulted from an overheated Gazette want ads .13-15 floor Furnace. Goren on Bridge t mrs. Perkins was later admitted Market 8 to St. Francis Hospital for treat Obi iary funerals 12 ment for smoke inhalation. Her i religion 3 condition was listed As Satis fac Soe but plans i von like to hear a j sports pages 4, 3 Lory. Perkins is a retired Coal Drao Nalic 1 television 9 company superintendent

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