Daily News from New York, New York on April 19, 1959 · 38
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'lSay .There, f s MERICM CSS : NESfoto Comedian Orson Bean's wife, actress Kain inslow, displays a lovely Kim as she indulges in some clowning before joining her husband aboard plane. Pair left for Ishpeming, Mich., where Mf scenes for. "Anatomy of a Murder" will be shot. Orson plays an Army psychiatrist in the movie. Order kalian Commies To Sou on Missiles? Rome, April 13 (UPI). photostatic copies today of "Communist Party orders" j.O Italian reds to syp out the exact location and other details of U.S. missile squadron bases in Italy. , The alleged Red orders wereT - published by I. Messaggero,, U.S. soldiers, by soldiers of other Homes leang independent news-j countrie, or by Italians. paper, n iempo. 11 yuouaiano, the Catholic "Action paper, and most other non-Communist papers.! Simultaneous publication of the photostats made it appear that they had been supplied "unoffi- cialiy" by some Italian govern- . . . . ' ". '"rMl T ; i L.anra i air.iucanon.-i A ,: i. t... ? said the nhotostat were "a nat- ent falsification." . . . . .. ' The publication appeared to be an Italian government answer to a massive Communist campaign against Italy's decision to have U. S. intermediate range missiles based in this NATO nation. The Communist letter signed cess Grace of Monaco and Prince! 1 Vnnr He was born in Paris March 23, ! ton Monday. He decline.J corn-by Giuliano Pajetta, secretary of Rainier arrived in Paris by air! I T" I CUI wCUl ,18y5, the son of expatriate ar- ment today on who might suc-the party and a deputy in the today from Geneva. Switzerland,! - Hechino'en Germany April IS tists with wealthv backgrounds. ceed him as Undersecretary. Italian Parliament said: accompanied bv their daughter,' , , When he was 9, Herter was , -It's a reasonable -assumption "It is urgent to know (about) Princess Caroline. Princess Grace LPD. rranz Jonann lioimann, i.OUght to this country by his ; that the same team will carry the intallatian of fixed ramns'said she was completely recovered ' for missiles, their charactistics, from an appendectomy performed , Pautmergen concentration camp, sky's College of Physicians and the possibility of other changes, the type and quantity available, two weeks ago in Lausanne.! arreted vesterdav after a Surgeons. j Ike has asked Dulles fo servo Ask About Equipment Switzerland. The family w'H ! u year search and chafed with Eleven years jater he was grad- ta the extent that hi3 heaith wiu "We are as!o interested," it spend a few days here before re-; murder of inmates durin" uated from ,VaJ7ard' c"m, laudS- permit as a special consultant oa added, in knowing what mobile turning to Monaco. ! World War II The tate prosecu- A fnend Eold him on d!PlomacJ j international affairs to "the Presi- equipment is used for launching.! I , i m.nn 1,K at a X?15 la3 teunon and , dent and State Department. JsrlwLn-:?0- ' and their predictable used." The alleged directive also said it was "urgent" to know: "1 The exact locality of NATO bases in Ita!y (air, maritime and j land) indicating if garrisoned byiPact. Exterior of News Annex To Be Unveiled This Week Construction on the exterior of the 18-story addition to THE NEWS Building nears the removal of the remaining; from aluminum piers adorning the building's facade. The inner wa Hesitrned hv architects Harrison & Abramovitz to harmonize with the present 37-story News Building, erected in 1930. The latter building iaamder-going a facelifting. The major items, including steanicleaning of the brickwork and window-sash painting, will bo completed by fall. Old Beanll . .-: . 'nil ii I, I i Italian newspapers published .., Rundown on Troops '2 The makeup of military garrisons, divided into national- ties, armament, technical or?ani- --. - zation and names of commanders, jThe weapons, heavy, or lightssigned to these unit, and ine quaniiiy 01 aiiimuiiiiiuu. " 1 !rv,f .;rnr.f ,i tanks and their dep ovment. Princess Grace & Family in Paris; Paris. Anril 18 fAP). Prin-i Air Show Off i London. April 18 (Reuters) 1 Bad weather today caused can-, jcgjlation of an air force fly-past I ; over London to celebrate the 10th! anniversary of the North Atlantic! completion this week with j black protective coverings 1 When opened for occupancy this summer, as ' part of The News three-ply $20-million faith-in-the-future modernization program, the 18-story annex will provide crowded East MidtoWn with 270,000 square feet more of year-round air-conditioned office space. " " f I I Hi U ft M M MM WW mJ M MM 1 MM MM Hirsute Welfare Qps By THEO WILSOX. Because Gov. Rockefeller vetoed a bill which would have given welfare cops the right to carry arms and the status of peace officers, members of the Welfare Patrolmen's Benevolent Association told THE NEWS yesterday that they-are "seriously considering a mass refusalt to make arrests. "We have been upbraided on numerous occasions by magis trates for escorting prisoners along public streets while unarmed," a spokesman said. "The fact that we, and the public, are placed in jeopardy seems to make little diffe r e n c e to Mayor Wagner and other officials." Pointing out that both the Commissioner McCarthy Assembly and the ienate passed the bill whicn would have given welfare officers the training and police equipment they want, the spokesman said the WPBA also is considering preme Court, in which we would issue a show cause order on Welfare Comissioner McCarthy, Police Commissioner Kennedy and the Mayor." i. : A Attacks McCarthy The. spokesman charsred Me- to Carthy with "complete irrespon-1 "ert;.r wa3 ccsea momentan y silility in connection with police Ierman. ottKm in W orld matters in his department, adding : 5",. , .n8r,,anAmen spy' that he has made a sham of law!11 diplomatically talked his way enforcement in wefare" and ap-j0001 me misunaersianaing. to the East-West foreign mims-narently "this now has been sane- . "e ,as. acting U. S. mm- ters meeting in Geneva May 11. tioned by the city administration. ,steT Bfium when illness press Secretary James Hagerty Under these circumsUnces ; there remains no other alternative fnr if, vf to fulfill obligations of a police i rf.tar.-v of the American Peace ' nature." j J '3' "lJrwhTht i w JfinSllJ' I rSdent " cmmete cUl jg piiJSyfU I- th.-Clid eabit ponce functions of arrest and re-! Legislature and Congress straint is compelled to operate' . , , illnw riHV!a inniti..1 inequities nd personal jeopardy. The association cited IuaHV cases of assault on welfare rops.:uv "on, mrougu i aA tv,.. ; firuaiU n 'Jl ni 1 3 aiiii VLHC L I t il. 1. clients which ha-e taken place in ; welfare centers and in the Men's bhe ter. -I he .fact. .of ser-, ,j"j i' '"' ir tl men, it added, as w l'JKy - I (tAaEfiiMir -.mnnHaM.1 hp th to maintain adequate police rec - ords. Seize NaiI After former Nazi commandant of the ing under various false names, Christian Herter and his wife m , -, . a-iif?mmam i i I fl. fan -j J I Pimkes Eisher, "" Wen Secretary Relieves In a Positive Approach Washington, April 18 (UPI). Christian A. -Herter, new Secretary of State, is a Paris-born Bostonian who believes the United States must pursue "a positive ap proach which accepts competition and dangeras elements of survival.' t " Herter, 64, sounded his theme i at West Point, X. Y., Dec, 3, in ! his last major speech before tak- ine over in February as Actine j Secretary for', cancer - stricken j John Foster Dulles, j Herter," a lanky 6Vi-footer who! j is hobbled by arthritis, has been j accumulating stature for hi3 new1 " .jr..- -i . ... .-,.,! political career ai ine age 01 j in World 'War I. Once a Spy Suspect It is 43 years since he be- iCame an attache at the U. i Knibassy in Berlin in 1916.. ' " " I in 1917 Helped Herbert Hoover as sec nas speaker w me jiassacnu setts Legislature, then served in :the U. S. House of Representa- . - e . r i . 1 i : . of -Massachusetts. J??? 'he,Xf; - ; nafboo launched! ..j .,tri iice Presidential boom launched the' " 1952 bv Harold E. Stassen be- L P fere the Republican National Con - e been c-;TentionHerter disavowed Stas- - sen's drive and personally nomi- .tin.v. ....j. . jn - lea -lxn- I Son of ArtlStS I For all his Boston background 'and bearing, Herter is not a Brahmin. uncle, head of Columbia Lmver- way. (UPI lolo) on a recent trip to Europe. t 1 lice Appoints Herter to Fill Dulles' Post (Continued from page 2) i he would hold hearin?3 on tho nomination Tuesday. Hrter i uhodnlod t lv next week for the Western for- eign ministers meeting in Paris that starts April 29. He described that meeting today as one to -co-, ordinate Western purposes prior saia xnai ine s aeiay m naming 1JVI . t t " C JUOi .11 Alb 1 L Lit? report of the (physical) examination." Herter said that Ike asked him last Mondav, after visiting with Dulles at Walter Reed Hospital, to get a physical checkup. The exam was conducted by Dr. Charles W. Wainright, a professor of internal medicine and expert on arthritic conditions. "The report was sent to the President and everything wa very good," said Hagerty. Herter's own doctor, Theodora B Bayles, had said earlier that H's -arthritic which cause "'"-" i ' him to bend his tall frame for- : war4 wbeneyer he walks, is not a crippling kind of disease. , xie suners some aiscomiars ..tt. j: r . j. cording to Bayles, "but he ha ahsfUntA'v n.- HiiAnmffir- urbon sitting." Returns Monday i .Herter will return to W ash.nar- on" he said, when asked about Allies Hail Herter Pick: London, .April 13 (UPI). The appointment of Christian A. Herter as U. S. Secretary of tate was warmly and unconditionally welcomed tonight by America's European allies. Western European capitals expressed confidence that Herter would stand fast by tho policy of closeooperation with the European allies that was promoted by John Foster Dulles. British Prime Minister Mac-millan quickly called his congratulation and best wishes to Herter. British Foriegn Secretary Selwyn Lloyd said ho was "delighted." The same note was voiced in Paris,. Bonn and Rome. 1 In Bonn, West German officials described Herter as tha "leading representative" of Dulles. S3 to CI

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