Delaware County Daily Times from Chester, Pennsylvania on December 22, 1955 · Page 19
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Chester, Pennsylvania
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Maria Crook: Born in Citv THURSDAY", DECEMBER 23, 1$T,5 tntiurie; 0!ESTEB (PA.) 39 Man Killed By Auto in E. Lansdowne M incorporation m 1866 Arab-Israel Issue Goes BeforelLN. T. W. Winiberley; Religious Leader Funeral services for Bishop lay- lor V. Wimberiey of (he Church of God, wii, bc hcld al ! P,nu. Saturday at Mt. Zirm iirtiiVr Church, llth and Central ' l 3 1, Jievcr completely 1'ecov-He died SundSJ in cfisW Ifos-1 iV r tliC J'ear Mrs" Crwk Pita after an illness 'oi S .l r .brf' PPPi- ' rrr- f '""MEiSt""'!??! Hf V',i;.-'.l-'''::;ji:,s'; i;'V:i36ipi'it4P5BSi?3HBB r ' : mmg MARIA C. CROOK She Grew With the Citv Florence Street; Former Librarian Miss Florence M. Street, of 403 Tasker st.. Ridlev Park Hiri ti,m. day in Taylor Hospital after ano " - if relaIlatl0n for past illness of a year. jiynan attacks and in an effort to was made LAmZFK?r2h Iic Wayside I at Sudbury, Mass., imiSSrtM' u -"y YuswQrin. Liongretiow, was destroyed by fire today. Historic Wayddelnn Destroyed by Flames SUDBURY, .Mass. iW-The his-,ter it took on rlPW Vlisfnrir- infnrnet- A retired librarian. wr, her library work in Braddock. P.i and served in the Philadelphia Library System, Wilmington, Del., Free Library, Medical Library of Pennsylvania Hospital, Stale Library at Harris burs- and Uin P bytorian Historical Society Library in r-nuaaeipnia. She was the daughter of the late Rev. George T. and Elizabeth D. Street. She is survived bv two brothers, Reginald D. and George T. Jr., bolh of the Ridley Park address. She was a member of the Ridley Park American Legion Auxiliary, the American Library Assn. and the First Baptist Church o Ches-' ler. Services will be tomorrow at 1.30 p.m. from the Griffith Chapel, Norwood, with burial in Philadelphia Memorial Park. Viewim? will bp tonight. Sally S. Rosen Funeral Tomorrow Services for Mrs. Sailv Swartz will be at the 3rd and Rosen, 47, ill E. 3rd st., held tomorrow at 1 p.m. E. F. White funeral home, N'orris sts. , Mrs. Rosen, sister-in-law of Nathan. Rosen, former Chester police captain, died suddenly to day at her home following a few- days' illness. She was born and raised in Chester and up to" five years ago operated a beauty shop in i in sc. near Welsh. Survivors include her husband, Benjamin, a daughter by a previous marriage, Mrs. Meriam Hy-man, California; her mother, Mrs. R.2se Greenberg-, and sister, Mrs. Sylvia Green, both of Atlantic City. Seven" brothers also survive, Wil liam Greenbenr, Philadeiohia: Samuel Claymont; William and Jac.i of New "York Citv. anrl ihp following in Atlantic City, Joseph, Trving and Milton. j Noted Scene On Delaware Bach in Favor By RUSSELL LANDSTKOM WASHINGTON 'CROSSING. Pa. tfV-The paintins which H rams. tizes America's own Christmas story k Washington's crossing of the Delaware in 1776 eniovs hih favor again, historians say, after long lapse into-neglect and even1 ridicule. For the first 100 the event, on that Christmas night 173 years ago. the story was a national favors le." said Mru Ann r ...i . , " ' " navies iriutton, member of the xvasnington Lrossing Park Com mission. juuuji-j mose impressed bv it was a voun? man nnmoH TTr-,i,r,i Leutze. Born in Germany, he snpnt! most of his early years in Virginia' and was educated thrr- an in Pennsylvania. He steeped himself in the Washington story. He went to vaucy jrorgc. He came to thisl crossing and visualized the preparations for the passage across the river which culminated in the Bat- tie or Jrenton. In 1S51, after study ins arr in Wrmnv ho mif f,;o nig inspiration on bi canvas 1 BV 12 feet. TARGET OF CRITICS . . . . 1 i.LiL UJJ many critics denderl tho nn lur ing. They said Leutze was too Teu tonic to interpret so basic an American theme, that his river' resembled the Rhine more than the Delaware, that even allowing an artist the right of arranging his, figures for purposes of - composition Leutze shouldn't have had Washington standing in the boat.i that he used the American flag be-, fore it was adopted, that the ice1 cakes m the river were loo big. . For all that, the public acclaimed Lcutze's work. By the turn of the century the painting naa oecome the best known his- toric. centuries-old Wavside Inn. immortalized .by poet Henry Wads - worth Longfellow and restored to1 its natural beauty by the late Henry Ford, was destroyed bv uames early today. ' Two hours after the blaze broke out in zero temrterature, a fire uimjiiu. aaiu, me nuiioing is a total loss Tiie blaze devoured the rambline wooden structure and its contents of valuable antioues dr-snitp tbe efforts of at least half a dozen fire-fighting units. Guests often staved at the inn but police said no one was in the building at the time ot the fire. ! The historic stopping place on! the old Boston Post Road was built about 1GS6 and-was kriowa originally as the Red Tavern. T.n. wui-k. oi us Kina coin in luirope and m North America. Yet even then its general popularity was falling off. Partly because "modern" att critics were unrelenting in their assaults. Rur v. u Luir uiuaillt; dLiini fid in the mo's, Mrs. Ifutton said, and a re-growth of patriotism during World War II obviously helped to nnng it aDout. Mrs, Hutton a few years ao Helped persuade the Metropolitan Museum oi Art in New York to lend the Leulze painting o:i contract until 1957 for exhibit at the para nere. since then millions ofi visitors from all parts of tha world have been drawn to the park. In the last year or two, Mrs. Hutton said, reproductions of the painting again have appeared on magazine covers, postcards, souvenirs, Christmas cards, pocket-book medallions and even on fash-! ionably decorated living room1 walls. red L. Seibold of 155 Wildwood av. East Lansdowne, was killed instantly last night by an automo-file while walking across Long la near Slockley av. in East Lans- ociuoiu, a (s-year-ord retired machinist was returning home at 7,15 "it.-lJ . wnen me accident occurred. 112 was taken lo Dflan'i r Hospital by Upper Darby Township Rescue Squad. Police identified (ho driver o the au noni:o as Harry K. While, 32, oE Church !a. near Myra- avi Yea-c M, At a hearing before Justice o- In? P:ace Joseph Midlin, he v-"3 hald in 52,5C0 bail to await a.: jn o. the coroner. S's'hold s survived by his wife -'t.ia, ar.d a daughter, Mrs. ilab A. Hunter Bond I'li tired Fanner Funeral services for A. Hunter Eond, formerly of Grady ville, were' h5id yesterday afLornoin at v home in Towerville, Chester Colin-, ty- He was 67. Mr. Bond died following an au-J sD,.i ;nrt ; r - '-'l"- "- nu., "Jtcc lilliC south ot Coatesvtlte, The car was driving and a tractor-trailer collided at the intersection. Mr. Bond moved to Chester County 25 years ago, where he operated a farm until 11 years ago when he retired. Bom in Gradyville, the son of: Iheodore P. and Lucy A.Bond, he is survived by his wife, Rebecca B.; two brothers, I. Horace of Li ma, and William H. of Chandler, Ariz., and a sister, Mrs. Carrie M Broadbelt oE Media. ANNOUNCEMENTS Deaths 1 eKtMJiia &tiaatoir Dec. n, lass, at csiesourg. so. Carolina, Annie, viti ot Aritjur B:ooii at 1913 Weletimaa tv. sister rf Adi Hodge, Ella Mie Falr- cioia. ana sieve TUcter oue noi'ce ot lb ruBril -ill be yivea liter trom Huafa Funeral Hojne. CLARK Oa Dec. 20. 1K5, JosepE7h"uF band o! Iva. Iilher o( Joaaa WIHte, ylori DiwBon, Joyce Clar!;. brother ot Jtoie Tucker. Ruth Hokzclaw. Mind Jitnes, WUEsm Jds Eddie Ciarlc. SeliSJvei ud fr!e:itit are L-.vliei lo auena tn mneril Ha turd ar U P.M l-aivarr aaptUt Ciiurch, 2nd 4i Baker Sti Viewing Friday evening from filings ftinerail Home w. 3rd Si ' to 10 P.M. Lntermeti'. Haven Mem- CkOok On December 21. Maria wUs at the liLe Ceorge Croot of U Crosby Bt. Relsl.'ves iad frlecdj are lavited to ittead tae Hineral services Dn Saiar- juorBiag la o elect tt tie Riy ? Imjchueller Funeral Home. ISM V.iir. man'. Ate. Frieods day call Friday iiivcimtnt nesier nurai-em eterj. &K-ANSFIELD 01 Wllcalnetoa. DeT formerly a Cb titer, on Dec. 11. 1S55, Ara w.. hmband ol tae late Marlba oummcri Dzmttltld. P.elatlvej and frletida' are Invited to weua jb junerai cemce Saturday r5ii7ier Funeral Home. 3O0 w. 32nd i. mentis may can Friday evening Jutirmaal Ciester.. aural . Cemetery. Please omit flowers. EDWARDS On December 20 Evelyn tlfe ot Earl O. Edwacdj, o! 23-P!nnel Bd., . Village Green. F.ela-.l-ea er.d frienda are Invited to Biienu ruaerai tervice on. Til- --7 ai'.eniooa at . I o'clock: at Ray P. IrnschweUer Funerai Home. 1500 craot atet, CUejler. Friends may call Thursday evealrjg, lo'-ermeai -:isii-r iturai uemeltry. HrtKjiY On Dec. ij. 1S5. lljnnie E. waow of I,. Elmer Hanby. nee Harre? R2lat!vrs and Irlendj, Qaeea Esther i "3 1LHJr- ana camp 31 fil jrOolA are Inyited to attend the funeral services oa Saturday 3 o'claci Irani Uie George W. MaxTelJ FuTje.-al Home, ma Market St.. Marcus Hook; Friends may call Friday evening Ictermeni Chester Bethel Cemetery? lANKUCCI Oa December 2Si iaik Frani, hmbiad ot Sarah, net' RiEfa-ilni. cl 2321 Madison St., Chester, Relatives, friends and mera'bers ot the 12th ot October Sons of Italy Society are invited to attend the funeral on Friday morning at a "clocl; at the Naerelll Funeral Home au W 3rd t.. Chester. Solsmn High Mail at a uuuau aL a. m Interment Immaculate Heart Cem etery. Friends may call Thursday eyeninr. RUTKQW5KI On Deeember 10. 'iSjF AEtaooy Leon, of sol Stgaey Brooil ajuingiieto, -a., husband of Aime a. rtutao?$l. rteiatlves and friends are Invited to attend at funeral Saturday rcorn- at ft o ClUCt 1TOC1 tiariLelSKl nerai tsarne. 2J2i w. 3rd Et, Solemn Keouiern Mass St. 9.30 a. ra. Friends Hedwlc s Church mav call FVfrtKr evening. tTRHET On Dec. 20 15S5 Flo-eci M.. daughter of the lite Ret. Oeorre T. and Elttabeta D. Street, of Ridley Kejattyts and Mends are Invited to lucii! services friaay t.J0 p jn frcca tie GrKfllh Chapel. "Norwood. rm. r tituas may call Thursday T lo f; - interment JTMladelphl Jle- TBE3cLt;V On Ore 19 To d.(, Taylor w.. of 213 Falteison St.. husband of Eesjle, fafter of olive Brown Foster McNalr. ;Pe!iu,T,.w frtQI! invKed to aHend the funeral services on Saturday ifternooa 1 o'ctocfc at Mt. zhm Holiness Church, llth and Central Are. Friends may call Frtday evening i to 9 at the Church of God. 1400 W. Sth St., Interment Greesiawn Cemetery. Funeral Directors 1A Islb and Madison StreM Re tillered Lady Assistant' Marvil PuneraJ Home Ilia Mate St.. DtrbT. FArragut s-rrri E. F. WHITE J FUNERAL HOME j Thomas E. Kairdon i SUCCESSOR j Hiird and Norris Chesiar ' PHONE 2-3102 ? ifMncrrtriu ? Funeral Home 746 KEDKOH AVE. RIDLEY TOWNSHIP Ample Farkinjf In Rear Kbgtwsod 4-0600 THE ROBERT MORELAND FUNERAL HOME 9TH rVLI STREETS TRAINER, PA. CHESTKR S I SIS Scientifically Mr-Conditioned REGARDLESS Atl funerols receiva identical ftgardlisM of awt. We carer I . a u . st. We He We To To The Hat A But Do Olt For BtU Too But And To Tend Far Till As I J Wa For Lite Our A And They days A native of Dublin, Ga., air. Wimberley lived in Chester for 17 years. For 13 years he worked in the field ot evangelism in the Church of God throughout Alabama, .Mississippi and Florida and served as overseer in Arkansas; Aiauama. Mississippi, Tennessee and Maryland. At the time of his death, Mr. Wimberley was serving cnurcn:s in Uurlock, Md., and Chester. iurv,ving are his wife, Bessie Em a daughter, Mrs. Olive Brown oi L.tmden, N.J.; a son, Foster of Chester; three brothers, Riley of Dublin, Ga.; Enoch of Chillicothe, 0., and David of Chester; throe sisters, Miss Bell Virnberiey aid Mrs. Li Me Wright of Dublin, Ga., ana Mrs. Alberta Johnson of Or lando, Fla., and six grandchildren. Viewing will be tomorrow evening at lhc cod, io w. 8th St. and htirail u'Hl hn in r-i.n ' - r,4 ill yULli Ard Dransfield Former Ci(y Resident Ard W. Dransfield, 77, West st., Wilminston. Del or lsis a for-. mer Chester resident, d;od unexpectedly yesterday at Delaware Hospital, WitmLngton. A veteran employe of the Texas Co. plant at Claymoht, Del., Mr. Dransfield retired in 1943. He was chief clerk. Mr. Dransfield was a native of England and had lived in Chester f-.- i. . . iut d number di years oelore mov Tnn j Tim j i . iu uitungion aDouE years ago. imrviving are two sister . Edith ana Laura Dransfield. both of Chester. His wife was the .Martha Summers Dransfield. 1., "ate i Saturday at the WUliam S. bieyler funeral home, 500 V. 22nd Rev. David A. McQueen, pastor of Upland Baptist Church, will officiate. Burial will be at Chester Rural Cemetery. Friends may call tomorrow evening. -IT Flowers 1-B Bill Thomas Florist Funeral Basietj IQOT Edgciont Ave anil Sprays CHester J-530? Cards of Thanks COOFEn We trlsii to sincerely tbant Iriendi, celgnbors, Bishop Slrobhar. Dr. Hurst, and Dr. Rosenberg, nurses Of Chester Ji3jn!tal. employees of the ija-ffi rimerai mo me. lar tneir l::nd. uess. sympithy cards, flora! offerings and use of cars during ttie illneis and death of our motier, Mrs, Kat;e cooper. THE COOPER FAMILY. In Memoriam If you desire to insert an "In Mem-rtam" .Terse on the anniversary of the loss of a loved one Cat! Miss Crawford at ClTesier She Trill be ilid to assist yon in preparinf COLEALAN Ir; loving snemorv ol mv husband and our father Waverty Cole man vno passed aTav Dec. Hi !9.ii never thoaEht vou snitd rn hi .snn But God knew what ias best. fcceu you were tired and And toot you home to rest. feary oien pause and ihintir yo'j And think of how von died. tnax you crili not Eay eoodbys lemti fou closed your eyes. Badly missed by wlTe LELIA and CHILDREN. CZERNIE in loving memory of Et lather, - Joseph Czernlt, who passed aa-ar Desnhrr 77 rail What souid r give to clasp She hand. Kij Bappi- face to see- bear his voice and see bis smile. That meant so much to me. roItiEff stream of life foils on. Recalls the lov?. the voice, the smile! Of the one ho once sat there Sadly missed by daughter, StE-' silt sti!! its vacant choir in iovm(5 memory of my lather. Joseph Czemli:. who passed Gone, dear father, gone forever; How sre miss your srnllinj face. you left us to remember None on earth can take your' happy home we once enjoyed How sweet the memory still. death has iett a loneliness The world can never fill. Sadly missed by son JOHN' czerkik In loving memory of my father, Josepb Cremiir. vho passed away December 22. lB-ij. not ast us if we miss him. For there's such a vacant place vt think st bear his footsteps. Or we see iis smiling face. he left as broken-hearted. Friends may think the Tiround is heated they so little fcnow the sorrow That Is in our hearts concealed. Sadly missed by daughter SOPHIE. t.r,KriK. in loving memory of my father, Joseph Czemlfc, who passed away December. 22, I9i3. Cone is the faca we loved so dear Silent Is the voice we love to hear; lar away lor sight or speech. not too far for thnrcpHr in .oa'h Sweet to remember him who once was who, thottEh abser.t. Is just as dear Sadly missed by daughter M ARY. Winnie in mving rnemo-y or my father, Joseph Czernifc. who passed those that have a father. fttai with loving care you never Snow "his value. ycu have seen his vacant chair. ,J ltttJlllJL-r JLt. lM4jf. INE y aaurnter JOSEPH- father, Joseph Czernii. who passed You're not forsotten. father Jfor ever shall vou he- dear, Song as life and memory last shall remember thee. Sadly missed tnr dEtunltter wand A. CZER NIK in lo vini memory o I Sv rather, Joseph Cicrnlk. who passed away December 25 lsii often sit and think, of htm when we memory Is the only friend that snci cans us own: ivy oa the withered oak, when ali uLiier tmngs decay. love for htm win s'JU teep Erect) and never fade away. Sadly missed by daughter LAURA DRAPER la ovine memory of my hus- nana uaniel M. Draper who passed solemn thought a secret tear Keeps his memorv ever r.ear. aaqiy mtsscn DT JUNE. MfLOOOP.hE - IS loving memory 51 Horace tMUfi. who passed away December 22. 1916. Sunshine passes, shadows fall Love's remembrance outlasts all IhSUBh the tPirc hr- mum- are filled with remembrance, dear' oi you. Sadly missed by mother, ESTELLV DcSHIELDS. sisters EMILY RICE and CLARA BeSfHELDS. , OF COST high-it onrlnrd servica lo all income groups. J ' 45, 69. Co. Mrs, JIaria C. Crook. S3, whn was born here the year Chester was incorporated as a city, disd t"p ft cJT 3 f0"' lLdt r-r h tWhom .hiLlrl1 last mgni at the home of 3TO su I0rea 3 w live years "W'V nit:, Sjilu was a leader in r.;tivities at o!d St. Luke's Episcopal Church, formerly located at 3rd and Broomali sts. After that church was moved tc Jiduystone, she became equally a active in affairs at St. Paul's Episcopal Ciiurch, where she was r member when she died. Mrs. Crook was a member of the Young Men's Christian Association auxiliary, and contributed her services through (he years lo the church farm school at Glenlcch, Pa. Also surviving are three other sons. Geot-ge T. of Largo, Fla Christopher T. of Vestmont, N J and William S. of Chester; a broth-or, William S. Haney of Sprin-i field; two sisters, Mrs. Berlha OM-I ver of Chester, and Mrs. John' Laugnion of R:dley park; fjV2 granucnuaren and five great-Tand children. run-jrai services will he held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Ray F. iiusuiiweiter luneral home, 1600 jiQmonr. av., followed by burial -n unester iturai Cemetery. View r i-r-i- (t.411 1. - . .. win ,jL- io;!iorrow evening at me mnerai nome. Minnie Hanby Delaware Resident Mrs. Minnie E. Hanbv. wirlnw nf L. Elmer Hanbv of Brandywme Hundred, Del., diet! tnHay at the nome or a daughter, Mrs. Mvrt- iaeu oi iariiin rd., Booth-wyn. Born Minnie Harvpv. hfl h. been a resident nf Rnndun.. fundred all her life. She 3 member of Queen Esther and Re- oesan jorjge No. 5, Independent Order of Odd Felows. 1-NT0. 222, Patriotic Orrlr-r r,F Amn icans. r, , uu,ivis ttre iwo sons, Ciar- ence E.. Clavmont anH i.unfni of Grubb rd .X.U 1 ' . VT, j . ters. Mrs. phan, Millville, N.J.; eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services wiiL he held 2 p.m. tomorrow at the George vi. .vid.xwea runerai Home, 93S Mar ket st.. Marcus Hook. Burial will ba in Chester B?thpt Friends may call this evening. Emily H. Hays Marcus Hook Resident Mrs. Emily Harden Hays of 225 Market st., Marcus Hook, wife of Elhvood Hays, died today- in Chester Hospital after an illness of more than a year. She was 63. uorn in Aston Mills, Mrs. Hays was a ifeLong resident of Delaware County. She was a member Of Cok-esbury Methodist Church. Surviving are her husband; four sons, Edwin and Richard ofTw.n Uaks, EUu-oad of Holly Oak, Del., ana htarry of Booth wyn; four daughters, Elizabeth of Garden City, Emily, at home, Pauline of wasnington, D.C., and Lillian of Wilmington; two brothers, Charles and William Harden, both of Mar cus Hook, and 14 grandchildren. Charles F. Phillips Services Tomorrow-Services for Charles- F. Phillips, 71, Philadelphia attorney and father of Mrs. Victor H. Bell, Hav-erlown, wilL be held tomorrow at the Charles G. Rule-iuneral home. 49th and Baltimore av, Philadelphia. , Mr. Phillips died Wednesday in rresuyterian Hospital. Philadel phia. Other survivors are anather daughter, Mrs. William H. Martin. Moorestown, N. J., and a son Charles F. Jr. Fo:- many years Mr. Phillips was an emer ot bt. Paul's Presbyterian Church and Superintendent of the Sunday School. He was a Mason and member of the American and Philadelphia Bar Associations. Other Deaths By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ANAHEIM, Calif. Mrs. Grete Mane Haney, 64, who as Gretchen Lederer was one of Hollywood's leading women in silent films, and former wife of actor Otto Lederer. Died Tuesday. LYONS, N.J. Dr. Crawford Norberc Baganz, 50, noted psychiatrist, manager of the U.S. veterans hospital m Lyons since 13-IS and former head of the department of psychiatry at the University of Arkansas. Bom in Terre Haute Ind. Died yesterday. NEW Y0F.K Howard W. Lundy, scientific director of the Muscular Dystrophy Assn. of America, Inc., who had a long career in public health. Born in Spokane, Wash. Died yesterday. MILWAUKEE Theodore Treck-cr, 37, a founder and honorary board chairman of the Kearney & Treck-cr Corp., and a former president of the National Trades Assn. Died yesterday. CHfCAGO James 3. Sheehan identified with Chicago theatrical and opera activities for 40 years, who managed Lillian Russell on her last lour, and onetime manager of the Astor Theater in rsew lark City. Died yesterday CLEVELAND William Cam cron Bell, d.i, manager for Kroger lor the district embracing nuiinern. unio, eastern Indiana southern Michiean and wpstwn Pennsylvania. Born in Grafton, W Va. Died Tuesday. Although most bald eagles nests are high off the- ground, often in frees, they sometimes are found in low vegetation or.- on tho ground when appropriate high sites are not available. Warned by its Palestine truce chief' tnat more Israeli reprisals could touch off another Holy Land war, the U. N. Security Council turned today to Syrian demands for punitive action against the Jewish nation. j The council planned to take up j the explosive . A rah -Israel issue J again this afternoon. Before it was a report from the scene by Canadian Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, :the truce supervisor, branding I5-;raels Doc 11 attack on Syrian ' sun" positions along the Sea o Galilee a "deliberate" armistice vio-i lation. . i-nier. Syrian Delegate Ahmed anuKairy was expocted to make a new request that, the council apply economic sanctions against Israel and even oust her from the U. N. if necessary to prevent a repetition of the raid. CALLED RETALIATION' Israel explained the attack as sie nas o:ners m the past that it ?VCIt future ones. Israeli Am. umsauji- rtooa ,oan circn a among council members what his government claims arc photostatic copies o( Syrian army orders to lire on Israel! fishinar boats on thP Sea of Galilee, along which Jesus umst spent much of his life. A Syrian army spokesman in Damascus denied any such instructions had been issued. Israel claims all the water area of the inland lake. Syrian territory begins only a few miles back from the northeast shore and command the eastern part of the inland sea. Since Shukairy complained to the council last Friday, Arab dele gates have been drumming up a campaign to throw Israel out ofi the world organization. But there appeared little chance they could 'muster enough support for such drase'e action. The council was not expected to go farther than an expression ol censure, the action it has taken in similar cases in the past. Burns' report said 5G Syrians and G Jews died in the Israeli raid on the Syrian posts. Declaring use of force, particularly at this delicate stage, should he "strongly condemned," Burns likened the Galilee attack to the Israeli raids on Kibya, Jordan, in October 1953, and Egyptian-held Gaza last February. Ten of the 11 council members already have deplored the Israeli auacK ann maae ciear they intended to push for a stern rebuke if the Burns report bore out Syria's charges. 42 Seized as Reds TAIPEI, Formosa (Ji Forty-two persons w-ere arrested in Formosa from July through November on charges of Communist conspiracy vjOv, l. K. Yensaid in a report to cne provincial Assembly beat as the moisture freezes,-it ; i i . . " .,..1 UIC pclLteiH U; cause it to vfter j-u urn-.:, dimpian saio, studies in dicate that a moving hurricane sometimes carries with it !are amounts of liquid water, as dis tinguished from ice particles. They indicate also, he said, that the conformation of winds around a moving hurricane changes in such a way that it may be Dossible to seed this atmosphere with dry ice, to get freezing of the moisture started. Once started, the freezing should continue. And, Simpson said, if the seeding is done at the proper time, in the proper' measure and place, the storm s own wind circulation should carry the reaction far and wide. Changing of so much water to ice would release vast amounts of heat energy upsetting the "energy budget" or pattern of energy which moves the storm. etgn aid about Congress voted 000,000. the same amount this year52,700,- secretary of State Dulles has! termed it "a genuine misunderstanding." He said the administra tion sought to stress that, although appropriations request would gc up, me money actuatiy to be spent during-the years beginning July ; would be only slightly more than the 51,200,000,000 estimated in this fiscat year. NOTES REVIEWED No stenographic record was kpnt of the White House brioling, informants said, but a White Hoit. aide made detailed notes which were reviewed after the surprised congressional reaction. They said these "minutes" show that: 1. Wilson talked about foreign aid plans briefly after devoting most of his remarks to the Defense (Jepartment's domestic budget. Just as the legislator prepared to leave, he is reported to have mentioned the precise figure the administration would ask for military aid, $3,024,000,000. i. uuiiKs mit-reci ine mecinis on f? ccaiomic aid, telling the consTo men the adminisiraiinn ivantn.-i inn is million dollars more for economic assistance than was aslmii wt Lv . a ? , g g 5 6 I I Would Seek to Veer Threat Drj Ice Seeding Slated To Combat Hurricanes nSTB AM A DC 4i PRODUCE CO. rSSHINGiT0N The Weatheri Bureau is Dlnnmno- in n rim, Main ... change the path oi at least one hurricane. The experimental idea mt nul lified to the Washington Meteorological Society last night by Robert Simpson, who heads a new, special study group set up to learn morc-about how hurricanes develop and move. If it works, the experiment couid steer the hurricane away from a populated area, or perhaps keep it entirely away from land. Simpson said the study group has one possible method in mind, based on a close study o energy exchanges and wind movements In a hurricane. Seeding clouds with dry ice has been used in some artificial rain-making experiments. As applied to hurricanes, the idea is to set off a freezing .reaction in the moisture-laden hurricane winds. The release when Tjinpfpll inspiration for his "Tales of a Wayside Inn." The late Henry Ford purchased the structure and several other historical buildings in Sudbury in the early 1320 s. The inn was owned hy the Ford Foundation and leased for the past few years to private interests. Included in the valuable Wayside Inn antiques destroyed by the urc was much ot trie original furniture collected by Ford alter he purchased the site. Body of Man Found hi Shack The bodyaLan unidentified man was discovered today in a tar-paper - covered shack in Crurn. Lynne. The victim, a Negro about 55 years old, dressed only in dungarees and a shirt, apparently died of exposure. He had been livin" in what Dolice calfpri 3 "htrmv jungle" iu the -area back of Chester pike. Another inhabitant of the "jungle" reported the discovery to Charles Osuchowski, 96S Ashland av., iLddvstone. an attonrlnrtf- at Maloney's service station about 100 yards away Osuchowski called Ridley Township police and Supt. Vincent Ku-bersEd and Patrolman Charles Randeli investigated. They were led to the dead man's liny shack by Jerome A. Tanberg, SS Francis av., Sharon Hill, a salesman who happened to be at the service station at the time. Deputy sheriff Elmer McCaus-land took charge of the body and planned to turn it over to Lewis M. Hunt, Chester deputy coroner. UHII UII1L.J EXTRA-FANCY MEATY DUCKS S i $ 8 29 4 to 6 lbs. avg. SATURDAY f A.M fo 6 P.W, MONDAY A foullry Oreitd Wh.l You Wait WhoiaU and Retail 235 dgmont Ave., Chester, Pa. Phone Cllcstcr 3-5218 2-2327 FOR THE FINEST CHRISTMAS EVER PAYROLL CHECKS CASHED FREE OF CHARGE WITH PURCHASES EXTRA FANCY DOUBLE-BREASTED DELAWARE Misconceptions Cited OnFoj eigiiAidHike TURKEYS Young mL Toms All Our Turkeys are loaded with thick heavy legs and breasti SMALL SIZES SLIGHTLY HIGHER I FVLL UNE OP SEAFOOD FOR THE HOLIDAYS i' OCTOPUS - EFLS smim . 5.UPI tq . ciDmucc i By'JOILV SCAU WASHINGTON Hi-The White House is reported to have found in its records what it considers evidence that congressional leaders were told in advance of a plan to ask for 4,900,000,000 in new loreign aid money. . But officials, who related this to day conceded the information ap parently did not get across. a critical part ot the news (ha: deating with a trinled muuary aid funds was said tn have been provided just as the Dec. 13 White House briefing broke up. The key words spoken bv Sec retary of Defense Wilson, said officials who may not be named, could have been lost in the closina hubbub. WRONG IMPRESSION" White House aides checked their files yesterday after some sena- .uia um representatives com plained they had been misled about the foreign aid program. Sn. Mansfield (D-Mont), for exam-ale. had accused the administration of breaking faith with congressional leaders. A number of congressmen who attended the White House meeting said (hey got the imnrosslon iv -u" wiTika. 1 w have Se,ecfion Fancv For Ihose who want Ham Msdford's Reacfy fo Eat Geese 8 15 HAMS 53' Guineas Capons DUCKS Eh S - - - Fresh g We ;n S lar3a IV5IISU S of Caponeites $ S-6 lbs STORE HOURS: 49 Roasters THE OLIVER H. BAfR CO. PltlCTOKS OF FUNIKALS 1820 CHESTNUT STREET CXfVW K. tm. Found MARY A. BAtR, Prttider.f TcUphon Rl 6-IJl 12 lo 14 lbs. THURSDAY" FRIDAY n.m. m t r.m, a a.m. to 9 LLUitD SUNDAY AND P.M. administration would seek for for- year, or about Jl, 900, 000, 000.

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