Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Helena Independent Record Newspaper Archives Jan 26 1958, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Helena Independent Record (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Helena, Montana It Torii vol. Xvi no. 66helena, Montana sunday january 26, 1968 Price ten cent crisis grows on eve of Ankara talks Dulles to observe Parley Over Middle East Fate Ankara Turkey a up a Premier Adnan Menderes hastened Home saturday from a sudden and secret Mission to Iraq. His trip thickened an air of crisis surrounding the opening monday of important Baghdad pact conferences Here. The five pact nations and the United states will discuss the defense of the Middle East against threats and thrusts of soviet communism. The strains and stresses of the Middle East political Maze formed the background both to Menderes unexplained Mission and to the conference of the Baghdad Alliance which u. S. Secretary of state John Foster Dulles is attending As an ob-1 server. There is every indication that in the meetings inside the Flag bedecked closely guarded Turk ish grand National Assembly build ing Here Dulles will have to play the delicate key role of keeping moslem states firmly Allied to the West. Menderes flew to Baghdad Fri Day for a hurried conference reportedly at the urgent request of Iraq the Only Arab country with in the anti communist Alliance of nations along Russia s Southern Borders. Other members Are Britain and the moslem states of Turkey Iran and Pakistan. Speculation among diplomats and military men assembled Here ranged from the possibility that Iraq May be quitting the Alliance for the Sake of Arab Unity to the suggestion that Iraq plans to de Mand British american support for a Tough policy toward Israel a variety of other baby of i of far old Moth Kra nurse Joan Hall of Mary a help Hospital in san Francisco holds the 7-Pound baby boy born to a girl Only to years old. She is believed to be the youngest Mother in u. S. Medical history. She named her Stepfather As the baby a father. He is Harry m. Lee 28. Under arrest he denied the accusation. The Mother weighs Only 73 pounds More than baby. Jury finds Warf guilty of murder in second degree defense announces intention to Appeal a invoices Khrushchev presents new at Freedom _. _. In Venezuela disarmament framework exiles Stream Back to Homes after peace restoration Caracas Venezuela a via some clashes Between forces of venezuelans governing Junta and die hard adherents of deposed dictator Marcos Perez Jimenez continued up until Early saturday night generally Venezuela rejoiced in its newfound Freedom and a Promise of new elections As soon As possible. In Caracas the Din of a thousand honking automobile horns signalled peaceful traffic jams. All stores and business establishments were open and doing a Rush Trade. Movies reopened for afternoon showings. School children trooped Back to classes. Lottery ticket Sellers hawked their Lucky number wares. Thousands of venezuelans jammed overseas Telephone and Cable offices to Send messages to relatives and friends often reporting the loss of some member of the family in the bloody Street fighting of the last week. An estimated 300 persons killed and More than 1,000 wounded was the toll in the Savage revolt set off last tuesday by a general strike called by a civilian rebel group. Helena chamber of Commerce members propose City projects of record dinner each of the 371 persons in the record crowd had Opportunity to take part in the program of the 81st Helena chamber of Commerce dinner saturday night at the pow wow room of the Western life building. Filled to capacity the pow wow room was a flurry of activity As chamber members proposed a Helena project program for 1958. R. Pratt of Minneapolis . Chamber of Commerce Northwest division manager moderated the activities in which each member set Down on paper his or her ideas for chamber work in 1958. Pratt gave each member an incentive to Start thinking about what should be done in Helena. He pointed out that to accomplish it a chamber must have a dynamic work program. He gave four Basic Points to follow 1. Fulfil local needs. 2. Based on area Economy. 3. Related to the state and National affairs. 4. The modern concept the increase Helena a Economy and enhance the tourist program. 4. Sponsor a Council of All persons and organizations interested in youth programs to the end that a concerted Effort be put Forth to raise the standards of our youth and build a Gre apr respect for Home Church school and Community. 5. Industrial expansion such As manufacture of local raw products lumber and lumber products. Homer Phillips president of the chamber had High Praise for the method that j. E. Of Connell it toastmaster kept the meeting moving at a record Pace for one of the largest gatherings in the chamber s history. Out of town guests included j or. And mrs. Harold Mcgrath manager of the Butte chamber or. And mrs. Robert Funk. Wolf Creek or. And mrs. L. Lamb j Kin Lincoln or. And mrs. Henry j Huth president of the Broadwater county chamber and or. And mrs. Lyman Etzwiler Townsend. Scores of venezuelans Long things that explain the u. S. Sys Joseph c. Warf 33-year-old hoi felony was described As Quot attempt suggestions a hair stylist was found guilty de was also advanced but none found of murder in the second degree Mahan moved for a mistrial at any official backing either from the turkish government or the iraqi delegation headed by sex Premier Nuri said. By a jury of to men and to the time the state attempted to women after nearly la hours of introduce the document terming exiled by the d i c t a t o r s h i a streamed Back from the United states or neighbouring latin american countries in commercial airliners that had resumed schedules. The governing Council headed by rear adm. Wolfgang Larra Zabal appeared for the moment to have won the support of a Young officer faction in the armed forces As Well As the civilian leaders. U. S. Ponders red envoy Nixon visit it prejudicial evidence which created doubt in the minds of the jurors since the nature of the attempted felony was never specified in the presence of the jury. The motion was denied. He said he would also state in his petition for the new trial that a Hunting Cap introduced As a a a w a states exhibit during its rebuttal judge Lester in i Oble in whose a a. Was not the same Cap that figured in the Case and not the one that has been in the Possession of sheriffs officers since the fatal shooting. E. Foster selected As Foreman of the jury handed in the verdict. The Fate of Warf had deliberation. Warf charged with murder in connection with the nov. 17 Shotgun death of Raymond c. Toll 38, heard the verdict with no apparent emotion. His wife who sat at his Side during the entire five Days of the trial broke into tears when the verdict was read. Court the Case was tried set to i a. In. Wednesday to pronounce sentence. Punishment was left to the discretion of the court. A second degree murder conviction carries a minimum prison sentence of to years. Washington a up a ambassador Georgi Zarubin quite prob ably called on vice president Richard Nixon so that when he goes Home this week he can give soviet leaders a first hand report j a Quot Anan counsel for i Een in the hands of the jury on the Man who could become"31 Independent a since 5 15 p. In. Friday. The jury president. Lord he would seek a new trial for _. His client. He said he would to to. Is la top guess in a a tuition the court for a new trial Job Kame which has broken oui Penman a on he basis of a Docu Here following a rums meeting with Nixon Friday. The state de Mont which the prosecution at tempted to have entered As an apartment is deeply interested in exhibit but which judge Loble assessing the importance of the denied move because the department is j the document purported to trying to figure out the prospects show that a Var had been charged for drawing Russia into secret with Quot attempting to commit a negotiations looking toward an fast West Summit conference. Authorities think that Zarubin possibly wanted to be Able to make a first hand report to Premier Nikolai Bulgarin Gromyko and others on Nixon a attitude toward soviet american relations. Zarubin might Hope that the gesture of his Call would be interpreted abroad As a move to get along with an american Leader who has been noticeably outspoken in his attacks and criticisms. A attempting felony in Tennessee in 1950, the Odds in Moscow Moscow a up a Mike Todd and his wife Elizabeth Taylor landed on Moscow a icy and Snow swept Airport saturday in a soviet turfed Jan. To 104 Jet Airliner from Prague. Aurence it 34 charged with Mur retired Friday at 11 30 p. In. And resumed its deliberation at 9 a. In. Saturday. The verdict was received by the court at 2 20 . Saturday. The verdict was the second second degree murder conviction obtained by county attorney John c. Harrison within the past two weeks. In both cases the defendants were charged with first degree murder which carries the penalty of death or life imprisonment. Also in both cases the defendants claimed self defense and were tried before juries of to men and two women. The first conviction was re 15 against Marie m the visit appeared to be More for sightseeing than a serious attempt to negotiate with the soviet government for an Exchange of motion pictures. State National weather forecast Helena and Vilt i Tyr mostly Cloudy occasional Snow tonight monday. High today 38, Low 25. Montana station Max. Min Pep. Billings. 48 24belgrade. 40 9 Broadus. 43 25 of Butte. 37 to to c it Bank. 45 to Dillon. 33 16 of Drummond. 39 17 to Glasgow. 30 20 great Falls. 45 32 Havre. 33 20 Helena. 42 24 Kalispell. 35 26 .02 Lewistown. 43 28 Livingston. 42 27 Miles City. 38 29 .02 Missoula 37 29 .02 West Yellowstone 12 Whitehall 37 18the official Helena tempera to Ture at Midnight was. Der in the first degree in connection with the fatal stabbing of Stanley Skinner 31, on thanksgiving Day. However a new trial for mrs. Laurence was granted and is scheduled to begin at to a. In. Thursday before judge w. W. Lessley of Bozeman. The new trial was granted because of a Legal technicality in instructing the jury. Judge Victor h. Fall who heard testimony in mrs. Laurence a initial trial has disqualified himself. Six Hundred expected at closing talk the Climax of the Assembly of Jehovah a witnesses in the civic Center ballroom will be reached at 3 p. In. Today when an expected 600 persons will hear the Public address delivered by d. E. Stull a what Are the prospects for lasting Jehovah a witnesses this morning planned House to House visitations to invite the people in Helena and surrounding communities to Hoar this Bible message Twenty new ministers of Jehovah dedicated themselves unreservedly to the doing of gods will in ordination ceremonies saturday afternoon. Stull in the talk a a baptism Public declaration of Townsend crash immersion is a fitting Symbol of 1 tem of free Enterprise to show How the Federal government had stepped in to local business he said government expenditures for Grants in Aid in 1939 were 616 million in 1948 it was 1.8 billion 2.8 billion in 1953 and this year it is expected to reach As much As 4.5 billion. With these ideas in mind the chamber members were asked this question by Pratt a if you had one thing project or program that should be done in Helena what would it be each of the 45 tables selected a table chairman and each member wrote Down a suggestion. Then the eight members at a table pooled their ideas and the 45 chairmen read them to the group. Here Are some of the suggestions proposed for this year in Helena to make it a better place to earn a living and live 1. Improve and enlarge the Helena Airport. 2. Rehabilitation of downtown area by removing the condemned buildings More adequate parking. 3. Development of transportation by Highway and air in and out of Helena which in turn will two Helena men injured in National station Max. Min. Pep. Bismarck. 31 22 .07 Calgary. 24 20 to Cheyenne. 40 23 Chicago. 34 29 to Denver. 41 19 Las vegas. 57 35 i of Angeles. 63 52 .17 . Paul. 30 21 to new Orleans. 61 37 new York City. 39 36 .79 Phoenix. 66 36 Portland. 54 44 .09 St. Louis. 44 26 Salt Lake City. 41 29 .14 san Francisco. 62 42 .02 Seattle. 51 42 .30 Spokane. 38 32 .34 Washington. 47 38 .71 maximum temperatures for preceding Calendar Day precipitation for 24 hours ending 5 30 a. In. Minimum temperatures for 12-hour period ending at 5 30 p. In. East of divided partly Cloudy through monday except consid Able cloudiness West monday. Highs both Days 30-45. Low tonight 20-30, except 10-20 East extreme North. West of divided increasing cloudiness this afternoon mock in Cloudy tonight monday with occasional rain Snow South. Warmer West tonight. Highs both Days 30-40, lows tonight 20-30. Governor dangles on stalled lift Lake Placid n. Y. A up a new Yorkus gov. Averell Harriman dangled 60 feet above ground for More than a half hour saturday Wien a ski lift failed on Whiteface Mountain in the Adiron Dacks. The 66-year-old governor Here to dedicate a new state ski Center was about 1,000 feet up the slope when an electric motor broke Down. He joked and laughed about his predicament while repairs were being made. Harriman an accomplished skier finished the trip on the 6,200 foot lift and skied Down. Monument closed Washington a up a the Washington Monument was closed to visitors saturday by a basement fire which burned out the electrical system. Lights elevators heating system and telephones were rendered useless. Complete dedication to god. A in making this decimation a he said a christians Are following the example of Jesus Christ. At the time he was immersed in the Jordan River 1.900 years ago Jesus said a look i am come to do your will o god a a the ordination rites were followed saturday night with admonition and encouragement to ministers representing 19 congregations in Montana and Idaho. A be qualified to teach was the theme of the session. Counsel Given was in the form of practical suggestions on preparation and effective use of sermons. Stull in the final talk a displaying our qualifications As teachers a said a the qualifications of Jehovah a witnesses As ministers and teachers issues from Jehovah god and we As the apostle Paul stated to the corinthian congregation do not need letters or certificates to display in proof of our qualifications As ministers and teachers. Those whom we have taught the knowledge of god Are our letters of recommendation which can be read As these Are seen worshipping the living during the year 1957 More than 60,000 new ministers were added to the ranks of the world wide organization of Jehovah a witnesses stall said. So on Praise Ike visit to Pentagon Robert r. Young a a a rail magnate takes Ute with Shotgun Palm Beach up a Railroad executive Robert Young of the new York Central committed suicide in a top floor billiard room of his Palm Beach Home saturday by shooting himself with a double barrelled Shotgun. A you know it was a it. Fred Mead of the Palm Beach police department told a reporter. Mead said friends reported the 60-year-old Young had appeared Washington a up a president despondent lately although there Eisenhower took a personal hand was n0 information on the cause saturday in moves to reorganize 0f has depression. The body was discovered about the defense department. He paid an unusual visit to the Pentagon noon by an unidentified member and conferred with top civilian of the family who went in search and military leaders. J0f him be and his wife had a there was immediately Bihar social appointment with friends Titan applause from members of Congress for the presidents dramatic action to Speed a promised overhaul of the nations military setup to meet the Challenge of russian sputnik and missiles. Sen. Mansfield of Montana the assistant democratic Leader said he was a Happy to note that the president at this time is taking a personal interest in the reorganization of the Pentagon As he indicated he would do in his state of the Union a i Hope he takes a close look at the extraordinary number of assistant secretaries of defense saturday afternoon. Young was found in a chair with the Shotgun Between his Knees. A double barrelled gun of the Type used has two triggers which can be pulled simultaneously. Mead said no one heard the shots. The Home was barred to reporters after the shooting. Mead said Young was found dressed in Street clothes. The right Side of his head was shot away. Young and his wife arrived and assistants to the assistants the r after Christmas. He who arc cluttering up the Penis Adak end a ? Quot a Etc no of the gon Quot Mansfield said. Pc Board of rectors a few sen. Homeland of California. It la of a w a which it was decided the Senate s Republican Leader. Quot of ,0 a Clar a at this said Eisenhower a action confirms. Earlier statements that the pres mrs Young the form ram a Cole postpones Carolina a rally Burlington n. C. A up a the Rev. James Cole Leader of the North Carolina Kun flux flan Early saturday night called off a scheduled rally near Here. He said the rally will be held on the same site on saturday feb. 8. The itinerant minister who is under indictments in Robeson county on charges of inciting a riot at Maxton last saturday night said he would be in personal charge of the rally Here when it is held in two weeks. Townsend Milton James Westermeyer and Richard Norris both of Helena were hospitalized Here saturday night after a car truck crash which blocked u. S. To for 45 minutes on the Townsend Bridge. The crash occurred about 6 . Highway patrolman Tom Cahill said the two men were taken to the Broadwater Hospital after the car Westermeyer was driving collided in a sideswipe with a truck and Tanker trailer operated by o. L. Cox of Billings. Cox was not injured. Westermeyer was being treated for a broken leg Arm lacerations cuts Over his Eye and on his left knee possible Chest injuries bruises and Shock. Norris a passenger in the car driven by Westermeyer suffered Shock cuts and bruises Cahill said. Cahill said Westermeyer was driving towards Helena and the Cox Rig in the other direction. The patrolman said Wester Meyers 1953 Model sports Sedan was a total wreck. The Impact Tore the left Side of the car. The truck also suffered considerable damage. Army to publish Booklet on rocket safety Washington a up a the army announced saturday it will soon make available to the Public a Booklet telling How to build and fire backyard rockets without jeopardizing life and limb. Already the army said it is prepared to give safety advice to High school science teachers whose students Are undertaking rocket building programs. Maj. Gen. John g. Van Houten commander of the military District of Washington said the army programs have been undertaken because of a growing number of accidents involving Young Rock steers. Dent is giving his attention to changes and will have Concrete recommendations to make to Congress. President hails peaceful use for a bombs Washington a up a British american Progress toward harnessing the a bomb for peaceful uses was hailed by president Eisenhower saturday As opening up a unbelievable vistas for the a this is Only a first step a Eisenhower said a but it does bring within the realm of possibility a limitless Supply of atomic Power and Energy for All the world for Many thousands of years to ten Eyck of Keeffe was reported at the Home of friends after the shooting. Mead said it probably took place about to a. In. The Railroad tycoon was a close Friend of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor who frequently visited him Here. Young was chairman of the Board of the new York Central. He formerly was chairman of the Board of the Chesapeake and Ohio i railway co. A son of a Texas country banker Young resigned a $35,000-a-year Job As assistant treasurer of general motors in 1928 and founded a Fortune in the Wall Street crash in 1929. He had predicted the crash and had sold Short. With his newly won assets he turned to his railroading career. Kremlin Boss brands Ike plan unfair Moscow a i via soviet communist party chief Nikita Khrushchev said in a speech published sunday the soviet Union is ready to discuss a ban on intercontinental ballistic missiles a but Only As part of a disarmament package Deal. He re de Clear he was not proposing such a ban outside an agreement that would include disarmament proposals the soviet Union has been trying to sell without Success in the past. The conditions Khrushchev Laid Down called for the West to agree to dismantle military bases with which he said the United states has surrounded the soviet Union and the communist Camp. Force reduction he called for a Summit conference to discuss these issues bul said they would have to be part of an agreement on the reduction of foreign forces in Germany and other european states. The package Deal he said also would have to include standing soviet proposals for the immediate Banning of atomic and Hydrogen weapons and their tests and the creation of an atomic free zone in Central Europe. Khrushchev charged president Eisenhower a recent proposals for an International agreement on the use of outer space was a one sided proposition. He said it was aimed at Banning weapons that could threaten american territory and w hich the United states does not possess while retaining the use of weapons with which the United states can a hold the world in a state of a imperialist circles of the United states wish to retain military bases and set up rocket launching bases on territories surrounding the soviet Union As a constant threat to the soviet Union whose cities they claim they can wipe from the face of the Earth a Khrushchev asserted. He charged the Western Powers have proposed discussion of problems a on which it is difficult or even impossible to reach agreement at an International disarmament conference. These proposals he said were advanced in the form of a an makes threats the communist party Secretary boasted that the soviet Union already possesses missiles that can devastate a any Corner of the he said it has a a tested and highly efficient weapons capable of destroying not Only u. S. Bases in Europe but also More Distant objectives. The soviet unions first satellites he said a Are not the last word in soviet science and engineering. A we can double and treble the weight of our sputnik because the soviet intercontinental rocket is very powerful and can launch a much heavier sputnik to a much greater height a he said. A and we May possibly do return of Reich Jap assets runs into Snag Washington up a the Eisenhower administration apparently has abandoned the idea of seeking a direct appropriation of 151 million dollars to help finance return of German and japanese assets seized during world War in but officials said the president is still determined despite Strong opposition in Congress and elsewhere to give at least partial compensation to pre War owners of these private properties is soon As possible. Ecuador shaken Quito Ecuador a up earthquake of medium intensity Shook areas of Northern Ecuador saturday. The epicentre was in Esmeralda province about 120 Miles West of quit. Residents of the port of Esmeralda on the Pacific coast fled from their Home when the Shock was first Felt. Racket probe to be told torture Case Washington up a a unionists torture in an elevator slowly moving up and Down May feature the Senate Racket committees investigation of the operating engineers Union. Its the Story of Theodore Mccarthy of Clementon n. J., who will Tell it to the special Senate group investigating evils in the labor management Field. Robert f. Kennedy the committees counsel said Mccarty has told him he was tortured for a opposing the operation of local 542 of the Union in Philadelphia a As it was run by officials installed by the unions International president William e. Maloney. Kennedy said he expects Mccarty to testify monday when the Washington a up a sen. H. I committee resumes its Public an Alexander Smith . Assailed hearings on the Union s affairs Dean Acheson and the Democrat with local 542 under the spot in National committee saturday Light. Three trainers still missing in Japan seas Fuchu Japan a up a wreckage of three u. S. Air Force Jet trainers that crashed into the sea saturday immediately after Takeoff was still sought sunday 15 hours after the Accident. There was an erroneous report earlier that the body of one Pilot was recovered. A so far we be Only recovered a few pieces of debris three Miles South of the runway a an air Force spokesman said. Acheson assailed on partisanship night for what he described As attempts to a interject partisan politics into foreign policy. Kennedy said the Story is Mccarty a to Tell in full but that the Man was a trapped in an elevator Smith spoke with scorn of what by overpowering numbers and As he called the a a vulnerability of the elevator kept going up and Acheson a own record and a the descending was subjected to Tor history of the Truman adm Nistra lures some of which he termed Tiona in which Acheson served As unspeakable. He declined to say Secretary of state. I w Here the beating occurred

Search all Helena, Montana newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for January 26, 1958

Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.