T H E HERALD STATESMAN
99th YEAR SERVING YONKERS-^NO. 81 YONKERS, N.Y., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1962 PRICE TEN CENTS
World News In Brief
Brief reports of news events • ing cities, fabled palaces of the
in the world and nation as com-j maharajas and the adventure-
piled from Associated Press re- J filled Khyber Pass amid the high
West's Fighter Planes Readied
To Halt Buzzing Of Corridors
ports: j Himalayas. Mrs. Kenneay, who is
. paying her own way, will leave
N. Y. CONSERVATIVES I Washington about March 1. fly to
NEW YORK - The new Con- • £ o m e a ^ - t h e n t 0 I r ^ i a » " P ^ -
•ervative Party, Inc., has opened i New Delhi, to start her semi-of-
a statewide mail barrage seek- ficial" visit.
ing to rally Republicans against
the re-election of Gov. Nelson A. STEPS TO UNITY , •
Rockefeller and U. S. Sen. Jacob PARIS — President Charles de
Gaulle and Chancellor,. Konrad
Adenauer have reached agree- FOR SKATING TEAM AND PARTY j g»J|£ Notes
ment on the basic steps to take
OUSTER MEETING toward achieving European po- NOTICE OF PRICE CHANGE
NEW YORK—Democratic State litical unity, informed sources
Chairman Michael H. Prendcr- said today.
gast has called a meeting of the
The home-delivered price of The Herald
Statesman will be increased 5 cents per week,
Crash That Killed Yonkers Man Ijjjt Berlin
party's state committee here on INDIA VOTE BEGINS
March 1. The announced purpose NEW DELHI. India — Indians
of the meeting is to oust Prender- began voting today for a new
beginning next week. A part of the increase
will, of course, go to your newspaper carrier boy. Brings Suits Totaling $12.8 Million I Air Antics
gast. parliament and new state legis- The single-copy price at newsstands and the NEW YORK (*v— Eight suits to- Dallas Pierce of Indianapolis, Three were filed on behalf of , BERLIN (.?v—Informed sourcei
latures in the world's biggest newspaper office will remain at 10 cents. :
taling $12.8 million have b « n I n d - I Robert F. Dineen and Pa- persons accompanving the team - said Western military airmen,
JAPAN APOIXK11ZES demonstration of democratic elec-
filed against Sabena Belgian tricia B. Dineen. both of New Daniel C. Ryan of Indianapolis, '
backinK U a
TOKYO — Japan apologized to- t i o n s . T n c r e a r e 210 million vot- Costs of producing and distributing a news- P P r o , e s t t o Moscow.
York Citv; and Stephanie Wes- flew to isolated Berlin today in
day to the Netherlands for a crs on the electoral rolls and paper have been increasing steadily. We regret World Airlines by relatives of t e r f i e | d a~nd Sharon Lee Wesler- Ind.; and James E. Scholdan and a corridor whose lower levels the
demonstration Indonesian stu-114,744 candidates contesting for these mounting costs have made this action both
U.S. skating team members and field, both of Colorado Springs, Edward W. Scholdan. both of j Soviet Union wanted to reserve
dents staged against the Dutch 494 s c a l s j„ parliament and 2,930 unavoidable. other passengers killed in a jet Colo,
embassy here yesterday. Colorado Springs. : for its own planes. The weather
seats in 13 state legislatures. The airliner crash at Brussels a year
last results will not be known un- Seventy-three persons, includ- w a s ^ad.
ago yesterday. ing 18 skating team members, j This time the Hamburg-Berlin
STATE BUDGET STUDY til March 2. Meter Is Installed
ALBANY — Legislative fiscal The suits were filed in Federal and the plane's crew, perished corridor, northernmost of three
committees today began to study I SHOW FINDS HOME SUITS ASK $500,000 District Court in Brooklyn.
Eight similar suits totaling $10
And Car Ticketed in the crash of the Booing 707 such links, was involved. It runs
as it wa.s preparing to land on across Communist territory to
Gov. Rockefeller's record $2.6 bil- NEW YORK — "My Fair
lion budget for possible cuts. Lady" — long-run musical com- million, charging Sabena with JONKSBORO, Ark. Wi — Rod a flight from New York. Among Berlin from the area of the Brit-
edy champ—has found a new
home, but it had to bump another
BANDUNG, Indonesia — Heavy show off Broadway. "Lady," in-
Yonkers Rail Accident "wanton neglect, wilful mis- Thrasher parked his automo- the dead were three from West-. ish zone.
conduct and gross negligence," bile in an unmeterea zone near Chester, Edward LeMaire of Rye : At least one U.S. military
were tiled in the same court ear- the business district and left it and his son. Richard, and Har- , plane was reported to have made
lier this month. for about an hour. When he old G. Kellett of Yonkers.
clouds today forced U.S. Att. Gen. volved in a legal tussle over
Robert F . Kennedy and his wife further stay at the Hellinger
to make an unscheduled landing j Theater where it has been play-
Case Goes To Trial Five of the new suits were returned, he said, a parking Mrs. Kellett said today that she
brought on behalf of members of meter had been installed, and does not plan to file a suit lar schedules. They generally fly
his car bore a parking ticket. i against the airline.
the flight from Hamburg.
Commercial planes kept regu-
in central Java because the Rus- i ing since 1956, transfers into the I WHITE PLAINS— I the Putnam Division accident at the U.S. figure skating team — above the altitude the Soviets
sian-built plane could not fly over Broadhurst Feb. 28. jury trial in negligence suits Tompkins Ave. Negligence on the set for the lower-level opera-
the clouds. Kennedy was en route . .u., " w _ , . : „ , _f .-f^ M i n „ n n I part of the railroad and Mr.
from picturesque Bali to this ITALY PLANS ORBIT | mat asK a total 01 ^w.uuu m con ( B e r g i s d e n i e d i n ' b o t h s u i t s b v
:nection u i t h a Yonk
It Costs Juror $150 NEW STORM HEADS EASJ tions.
There was no immediate re-
Javanese city. ROME — Italy is planning to e r s accident \ attorney Donald M. Dunn ol New To Forget To Appear port of any incident.
fire its first, satellite into orbit , which one man was killed j York.
MRS. KENNEDY'S 1BIP within two years, using a float-1 and another injured in a car) In the second suit, Helen Sch-
WASHINGTON — Mrs. Jacquel-; ing launching platform. Italian ' that was struck by a New York: weizer, whose husband, Joseph,
MIAMI, Fla. tfv-A juror who
said he forgot to show up one Snow, Sleet, Thunder Patrols Reported Ready
The Western Big Three was re-
ported ready to send fighter pa-
ine Kennedy's visit to India and [plans for space exploration were Central train continued todav be-! 2 8 - w a s fatally injured while a morning during the trial of a
Pakistan will take her to teem- i revealed yesterday. fore Supreme Court Justice Geor- passenger in the car driven by damage suit learned that his
ge M. Fanelli and a jury. Mr. La Barge, is asking $350,000 faulty memory will cost him
In one suit Clarence La Barge, against the railroad, Mr. Berg, $150.
And Rain Plague U.S. trols into the corridors unless So-
viet MIGs stop buzzing Allied
military and civilian traffic.
TUESDAY NEXT DATE 28, of 89 Beaumont Circle, Yon- and Mr. La Barge. Judge Robert Floyd told Wal- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS day and yesterday. Snowfalls playing a "reckless and danger-
The Soviets were accused of
kers, is asking $150,000 against l Mrs. Schweizer, 32, of 79 South- ] ter Lee, the iuror, that his
> Wet and stormy weather h i t ranged up to two feet in parts of 0 u s " game by Allied officials
the railroad and the operator of gate Ave., Hastings-on-Hudson, ' contempt of court sentence
Glenn Orbit Attempt the' train locomotive, Everett | asserted through her attorney, would be to pay the amount of wide sections of the nation today.
Berg, 60, of Upland St., York- Donald C. Wilson of Yonkers, excess costs of the lost morn-
town Heights. jthat the rail warning signal was ing.
New York state. who admitted they were puzzled
Storm - related deaths in the by the Soviet harassment.
Snow and sleet spread across N o r t h east numbered at least 28.
parts of the Midwest and West. deluding 1 3 i n Connecticut, 7 in U.S. officials in Washington ex-
Is Again Scrubbed Mr. La Barge's attorney, Paul' defective. Mr. Wilson also main- Louis Vernell, the plaintiff's More rain doused water-soaked, Ma's^achuselts,' e T l S T e w ' York i »****
Bleakley of Yonkers, maintains tained that Mr. Berg and Mr. attorney, reported yesterday muddy sections of southern Calif- S l a t e a n d 2 i n R h ode I s l a n d
that Mr. La Barge was hurt in j I-a Barge were negligent. Casper that his extra cost was an hour ornia. Severe thunderstorms rum- M o s , o f t h e d c a t h s w e r e i n a u t o the Soviets keep up their air an-
^ a r that * dangerous
situation could develop rapidly if
By BEM rRICE
the accident on Jan. 15. 1957 be- j Ughetta, attorney for Mr. La
| placed These jets were loaded cause a railroad warning light \ Barge in the second suit, denied and a half waiting witnesses— wake across the Southeast skipped a c o i d c n osr of no mn o wo-coveredi o nhigh- linking "£" '«-«»»*-" and nWest
time for a bled in the t s s ,tics in the 20-mile-wide T u 7 1 ^
f."1 1UC corridors
doctor—one of his of tornadoes which r verexert in West Berlin
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla M — j t w 0 d a - v s ago, a " d t h e gas has and bell signal was defective in I negligence.
R at $100 an hour. across parts of Mississippi and sn oveling snow - - ;
The oft-postponed flight three I a t e n d p r >cy to corrode the es- Louisiana. j F o g s hrouded wide areas in the ! W 1 U Protest Rights
times around the earth of Astro-1 c a P e v a l v e s . which Glenn would A snowstorm moved across the m i d . Mississippi Valley. A storm I The United States, Britain and
naut John H. Glenn Jr. is now j u s e t o maintain his position rela-
off until next Tuesday-at the 1 ,1VC t o , h e
horizon while on his
POPE MAY RAISE COLLEGE 'Police? Force northern Mississippi \ a l l e y c e n t e r in-Tennessee set off rain! France in stiff notes to Moscow
through the western and southern a n d s h o w e r s f r o m t h e l o w e r 0 h i o yesterday charged the Soviets
earliest — hecause of continuing | fl 'Sht. Of D.P.W. Asked Great Lakes regions.with falls of V a l l e y s o u t h w a r d t o ( h e Gulf with "aggressive and dangerous
rough seas in the Atlantic recov- i Glenn Awakened
ery areas. . Glenn was once more awaken-
This was the 10th postponement l: ed by his physician, Dr. William
U.S. Cardinal Muench On Litter Laiv
up to six inches in Minnesota. 1 s t a t e s . Thundershowers were re-! behavior" and warned the Allies
The storm headed eastward to ported in the central Gulf states.: were determined to protect their
the Atlantic Coast, the region hit i Up to four inches of rain was re- 1 rights to clear air passage to
City Manager Charles L. Cur-by a heavy snowstorm Wednes-' ported in one Alabama county, j this outpost 110 miles inside
Dies In Vatican City
since the 81,000-mile flight was ; Douglas, and advised of the pro-
originally scheduled Dec. 20. j longed "scrub." That was at ran has been asked by the Com- Communist territory.
The further delay was an- 1 2 : 5 0 a - m - I mon Council on motion by 8th "The United States govern-
nounced at 1:05 a.m. Eastern Douglas quoted Glenn, 40, as By FRANK BRUTTO
Standard Time today at a special ; commenting: "I guess it was to j
isin-born former bishop of Fargo. W a r d Councilman Anthony,J. Pi-
N.D.. and the only American cone to consider and report on
2 Runaway Pugach Files ment," the U.S. note said, "will
take the necessary steps to in-
weather briefing bv the National ' ^ expected. We all knew the VATICAN CITY WV-The death sure the safety of such flights of
Aeronautics and Space Adminis- i weather was marginal."
i of Aloisius Cardinal Muench, the <;arainal j n the ^Vatican Curia
The postponement was ordered l h i , d cardinal to die within 10 , , „ _ , . . ,
the advisability of assigning Pub-
died in Rome's Salvador Mundi lie Works Department employes
to enforce the anti - litter or-
Boys Find $15.1 Million transport and passenger aircraft
and will hold the Soviet govern-
by the Project Mercury Opera- days, heightened expectations to- » 0 S P " a i i a «t nigm
In addition, the NASA spokes- tions Director, Walter C. Wil- s o o n that1 Pope John XXIII will .7 tarainais
'iams, after . another midnight
a consistory to replen- Italian-born Gaetano Cardinal •
. diance with the power to issue
" summonses to violators. Shelter Here Damage Suits ment responsible for the conse-
quences of any incidents which
man said1 the entire countdown ! ' . " ' . ' " " " — « » • " " " " ' " ? '
for both the 360,000-pound thrust I b r , i e f l n ? b y u h!s w e a t . h e r , s P c c ljaa i. ish the College of Cardinals. Cicognani. also a member of the : Speaking in council's committee Two runaway boys, seeking NEW YORK (fl — Burton N. The Soviets five times in the
Atlas booster and the 1,200-pound L sts w n o h a d compiled repor ( s n Vatican t n e
ster 4,200-pound ay r a i s e
sources said the Pope Vatican Curia, and Portuguese- t h a the whole Mr. Picone said shelter from the cold, found Pugach, disbarred attorney con- past week asked for exclusive use
space capsule would be recycled. from weather planes and ships ,> college's member- ^111 Teodosio Ciemente Cardinal t since passage of the anti- w a r m t h in a Yonkers fire sta- victed last July in the lye-maim- of various of the three Berlin
stationed in the "splashdown ship to a new all time high be-' d e " G ouveia. Archbishop of Lour- litter ordinance last October tion yesterday ana their visit ing of his former fiancee, Linda air corridors below the 7.500 foot
This means that all systems in areas. has been o " e
fore Easter to bulwark it for the t-nco Marques, died last week, j "little. n a s . , D ^ e n a done' a t x > u t kindled the interest of 2nd Pre- Riss, has filed two suits in Fed- flight level for certain periods to
both the missile and the capsule
will be checked" all over again The announcement said simply: heavy work of the Roman Catho- T n e , h r e c d c a t h s r e d u c e d t h e -enforcing, it He said he was d n c t P o l i c e e r a , Cmn sepking a fola, o f , t . a r r v o u t m a n c u v c r s . T h e Allies
from top to bottom despite the "Weather conditions preclude a he Church s Ecumenical Council n u m b e r o f c a r dinals to 77. eight aware that the Police Depart- T n e p a i r a c c o r d i n g , 0 poiic.P, j m m i l l i o n i n damages' from sensing a move to chop away at
previous exhaustive checks. launch attempt this morning." opening here Oc, 11 , ! below the high established b y . ment h a s a manpower shortage dropped in at the Central Park Miss Riss, former Police Com- their air rights to isolate Berlin,
There followed a report of Cardinal Muench, <2, a Wiscon- p o p c j o n n and inquired about using DPW Ave. fire station at Roxbury missioner Stephen P . Kennedy, rejected the Soviet requests and
Because certain electronic parts j employes, a plan he said which Drive and asked firemen if they seven policemen and two at- said each flight would have to be
in both the missile and capsule rough seas in the emergency
landing areas around Bermuda. Vatican sources said the ex- reportedly works efficiently in could waim up. The men ques-. torneys. cleared individually by the four-
had been activated for test pur-
poses in the previous checks, they
will have to be replaced to in-
; The winds are reported to be
about 18 miles an hour.
Arrest Made peeled consistory might be called New York City.
to create 10 or 12 new princes of
the church. There also has been
lioned the teenagers and learned
H e " s a v s thpv a n violalcd his
- constitutional rights in various Reds Persist
power air safety center in Berlin.
Mass., on Tuesoay.
sure peak performance. More Clouds
Further, there is a strong like-' Beside the continuing bad In Murder speculation that Pope John might Eastchester Snow Police were i oiled in and. on
ways. Despite the earlier Allied re-
The suits were presented yes- fusals, informed sources said
increase the college's member- further questioning, found out the
lihood that the altitude control weather dowhrange from here, a LEOPOLDVILLE, The Congo W s h i f l 0 1 0 °-
system operated by hydrogen j cold front moving down from the -A member of the household of The oeath of Cardinal Muench
» Shoveler Dies bovs had been expelled from ' p , ' d a >' o n ! i n o d P a P ^ and were the Soviets again asked exclusive
school and were afraid to toll handprinted in pencil, vise today of the Hamburg-Ber-
peroxide jets, will have to be re- North was pushing a layer of U. S. Assistant Military Attache reduced the number of American EASTCHESTER — An 84-yea their parents about the incident 1" bis complaint against Ken- lin corridor below 7,500 feet for
broken clouds over the launching Lt. Col. Hulen D Stogner was cardinals to five: Richard James old man died while shoveling ana their bad marks. They said nedy and the policemen. Pugach. three hours.
area at this space center. arrested today -on suspicion of j Cardinal Gushing, archbishop of snow outside his home yesterday they had hitch hiked to Yonkers. former G r e e n v i l l e resident. Information on the Soviet air-
More Winter This cloudy condition wa.s ex- killing his employer, a U. S. Boston: James Francis Cardinal afternoon. \ teletype alarm from the 2nd soughi S1.ll million. He claimed craft operations had not been sub-
pected to last through the week- Embassy spokesman said. Mclntyre. archbishop of I/is An- police report that Joseph Colom- Precinct to Methuen police that through their actions mi- nutted to the four - power Ber-
end. It was such a cloud cover The suspect is believed to be j geles; Albert Gregory Cardinal bo, 37 Parkway Circle, was taken brought the boys' parents to Yon- crophones were installed in 1D."I9 ' air safety center, the U.S.
Clouding over this afternoon that was cited as the reason for lhe houseboy of Col. Stogner. who Meyer, archbishop of Chicago; | 'Lawrence Hospital in Bronx- keis late vestera.-v to take them in his Rronx law office to c u e s - note charged. In one instance on
with snow occasionally mixed _ ] ? - J ^ P ? n . C m £ n the launc
h j was shot in his home Wednesday j Joseph Cardinal Ritter. archbis- VJU^ by the Eastchester Volun- home. drop on conversations there pri- Wednesday an MIG fighter flew
with sleet developing this after- attempt Jan '27. close to a Royal Air Force plane
noon and continuing tonight, night in the presence of a friend.; hop of St. Louis; and Francis ( o r r ' Ambulance Corps where
Ambulance The youths are Anthony I.oren- or to his indictment. carrying Sir Christopher Steel.
The t presenee of the clouds pre- Miss Elizabeth Thring, 22, of 1
See CARDINALS, Page Two death was pronounced. 70, IS, and Ernest Campolini. 16. Basis of Claims Britain's ambassador in West
highest temperature today 30 to i r i u d p s v i s u a l tracking of the Washington, D. C. Pugach. 3fi. claimed that this Germany.
33 lowest temperature tonight j booster and the space capsule
around 20, partly cloudy tomor- T i , n VAC A I . y> . x r ' w
.'<- X; V ^ , <*.v E . w,y] *v-;'*WX}~ •'• was an unlawful invasion of pri-
N S s s m a n sa,d vacy and a violation of his The West ein notes declared
row with the high temperature I ( l™« n * * , ^
atvMit * n * i ' pnn
a d accepted the news rights under the 4th and 14thany attempt by the_ Soviets to
Amendments. take ovrr "exclusive use of flight
Extended outlook: Mostly fair ™ ' ^ - a d d i " f l" 3 / « * Marine levels for any period of time is
and . . u Sunday.
.o cold C . . _ J . . . I lieutenant colonel planned to take In his suit against Miss Riss. entirely unacceptable."
a flight around the earth today now 24. he also named as de-
TIDP:S HIGH LOW —by simulation. fendants Nathaniel Rothstein The Soviet maneuvers were de-
a.m.-p.m. a.m.-p.m. and Robert Levin Rothstein, scribed .-is harassing tactics. A
Today 7:2fi 7:So 1:09 1:« the suit said, represented Mis? siKikesman for U.S. Air Force's
Sat. 8:12 8:39 1:35 2:30 14th U.S. Atom Blast Riss in a $1 million civil ac- European headquarters in Wies-
Sun. 8:52 9:18 2:40 3:12 Triggered In Nevada
tion against Pugach in State baddji said yesterday: "Th^re
Supreme Court. Levin was re- t See BERLIN, Tage Two
WASHINGTON (* — The Atom- tained as Pugach's counsel.
Compiled for tomorrow by the ic Energy Commission has In that suit, seeking 52 million.
Amateur Astronomers Associa- tocuhed off another underground
Sunrise 6:49 a.m., sunset 5:32
blast at its Nevada test site.
Pugach claimed that Levin "did
file an answer (in the Supreme
Yesterday's test was the Court action) but did fail and
p.m. 14th announced in the current
Moonset 4:59 a.m., moonrise series. The AEC said its was of refuse to further defend the
plaintiff's rights in any other
Fined In IS.J.
3:02 p.m. low yield.
Morning stars: Mercury, Mars,
Saturn. Prtr.nd CilM PotttCC Ptld
manner and did (hereby furnish
to him a sham defense." Safety Case
Evening Stars: none. • t Yonk*r». Ntw Tork He also claimed that those
three defendants "combined to TRENTON. N.J. UP - A con-
wrongfully impede" his consti- struction foreman was fined VO sO
WHERE TO FIND IT tutional right to defend himself. for assaulting a state safety in-
spector and permitting workers
to illegally ride on a construction
In addition to the damages. hoist, the labor department has
Pugach also seeks a permanent revealed.
Allen. Robert S. (Washington) 4 Patterns | injunction to restrain Miss Riss The department said that Vin-
Ask The Teacher . 20 Porter. Sylvia ' | and Rothstein from prosecuting cent Basciano of 45 Turner St.
Bahv, Your & Mine (Eldrodi 10 Post. Emily . that suit in "any con in the Yonkers. NY., was fined $100
Comics 21,25.26,27 Prayer For Today it
State of New York.' for assaulting construction safe-
Contract Bridge 21 Public Opinion A Rronx County Court sanity ty inspector James Vandergaag.
Counselor 4 Pulse Of The City hearing for Pugach ended Feb.
Cribari Says 22 Radio Programs .. Basciano was fined an addi-
1. Judge Joseph A. Martinis re- tional $200 and given a three-
Crossword Puzzle 21 Real Estate News served decision until March 14 month suspended jail sentence in
Editorial Comment 4 Screen Time arid told Pugach that if he Is Paterson magistrate's court for
Fashions, Mohr About 10 Sports News, found sane he will be sentenced
Financial News 16 Star Gazer , twice permitting workmen to
* Food, Thought For , 10 Theaters, local A N. Y. . - 19 i ^ d * Y j 0 r , h p •y™"™* o ( ride a materials hoist at the she
Miss Riss. of an apartment house. ,
Gaff A Gun ; 23 Tucker, Ray (Washington) . 4
Graham. Billy - * _ 4 TV Keynotes (Srheuer) 20 A laborer on the job. Moses
^Health (Dr. Molner) 10 TV Programs 20 TODAY'S CHUCKLE Abiams of New York City, who
lenders. Ann (Problems) _ 10 Westchester Today 20 MURDERED COLONEL, U . was shot and killed Wednesday El Paso where he was a foot- Pictured with him are his wife —————"" ——— » was previously convicted ct ille-
- " —
Needlecraft 10 Why Grow Old? (Lowman) 10 Col. Hulen D. Stogner, 39, as- night. Is shown with his family ball star before winning a and five of his six children. Federal aid (o education gally riding the hoist, was fined
Obituary N*w* 2 Women's News . 10,11 sistant U.S. military attache in in E| Paso, Texas. Stogner at- scholarship to the Citadel Mili- —AP Wirephoto. should start by teaching arith- $200,for two additional violations,
Odd One 21 Yonkers Yesteryears 4 Leopoldville, the Congo, who tended Austin High School in tary College in South Carolina. metic in Washington. a»spokesman said.
Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York