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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1957, Charleston, West Virginia Charleston 3 Omaha 7 Page 16 Charleston W Va Wednesday Morning August The State Newspaper 22 2 Sections Five Cents Warm 4 Guard Kept on Disarming LONDON United Slates indicated today it would be unwilling to open an U S military bases to Soviet tion unless and until the between Russia and Communist China is clarified The matter came up in the Disarmament when Soviet Delegate Alarm Sounded On Arms WASHINGTON Aug 6 W Secretary of State Dulles today stamped the free world's new ment plan as perhaps the most significant peace bid of all time He predicted it would prove lr resistible to the U.S Senate and maybe to the rulers of Russia also But be sounded an alarm He said the world should not be- ceme elated and start shedding its arms if Russia should accept the proposal in principle alone The Hessians he atea agree to the details ef hew the plan wooM he pat tato op- We weaM have heaght a pig la a pake He made his sweeping ments at first news ence since returning from the long drawn disarmament talks at don There he had personally pre- pared the plan got its acceptance by the Atlantic allies and handed it over for Soviet consideration Reporters at the news ence wanted to know whether Dalles could convince the sians that acceptance was to their Valerian Zorin asked tion of a vast air and ground inspection system proposed Friday by U S Secretary of State Dulles Specifically Zorin wanted to know why Western bases in North Africa the Middle East Turkey and Pakistan had not been included U S Delegate Harold E Stassen replied that inclusion of such bases would have posed very difficult political questions Stassen did not spell out what these political questions are But well informed U S sources made clear that an overriding factor is the between Russia and such Communist governments as those in China North rea North Viet Nam and Outer Mongolia None of these nations is resented in the ne- The Western tions have made clear ever that there can be no comprehensive d i s a treaty beyond the first stage Please Ten to Page II CeL 7 advantage They also questioned whether the Senate which must approve treaties under the Con- would go along On both scores Dulles said be was confident UNDER THE PLAM zones would be sjt as athir all of Russia and the free world or simply the Northern cle area depending upon how far the Russians are witting to go In the selected areas Russian in- would check up on armament by air aad ground in the United States and elsewhere aad free world tors would do likewise on Soviet soil Dulles told reporters he was sure the advantages would weigh the disadvantage of having foreign roaming around With the danger of surprise at- tack ended be said defense et savings could be made And be Pressure of world opinion for the acceptance of such a proposal would be upon us just as tt may become irresistible upon the viet Disarmament was only one big topic discussed at the conference Another was the caliber of U.S ambassadors In the process of defending two recent ial appointments Dulles took the view that political contributions are not a qualification but also are no bar He laid down a three-part terion for choosing ambassadors Then he added a ity Dulles listed three qualities be looks for in n prospective 1 Integrity of character 2 A sharp and quick gence I Genuine devotion to the Be service He Maxwell Gluck ambassador to Ceylon has all three of those qualities Gluck millionaire operator of a chain of women's wear stores was unable to recite the names of the Prime Minister of Ceylon and India when he testified before a Senate committee oa bis ment He told the senators under questioning he contributed where between and to the Republican campaign fund City Scene Sign on small ear Built in Der Black For est by little Inside Today Page Amusements g Comic Crossword Editorials Columns 6 Gazette Want Ads Market Reports 7 Obituary Funerals 4 Sports The Gazetteer 13 Women's Activities Bare Rackets Terror WASHINGTON Aug 6 Chester a convicted labor eteer refused SO times today to answer questions from Senate rackets probers who bad just beard hex used terror tactics to shake down a businessman The tale of terror was told by Paul Claude president of Para- gon Brass Products Inc a lyn plumbing firm Claude said Chester as a union organizer offered him an easy labor contract in exchange for cash and terrified him into ing side payments of nearly x He saM Chester's technique was to throw out vetted Mats that something might happen The conversation was ways about my Claude taM the Senate Rackets and I'll give you a contract and we can be friends To start with Claude said he paid Chester and paid other sums froth time to tune in 1934 and 1955 He said Chester once made him cash a check for signed by Mr a labor consultant In New and the He said Chester gave him four checks to make this good and all of these bounced too Claude said he was still fearful for njs family's safety and said he Chester speke ef hew he Us ewa He said hew dangerous at was for them to play IB the streets This approach had a deep effect Claude said believe me Chester who was vice president and business manager of Local 105 of the Retail Clerks Union was brought here from the Tombs Prison in New York to testify but he said nothing My name is Max Chester Chester has been convicted along with kingpin racketeer Johnny Dio of extorting money from two New York firms and is awaiting sentence CLAUDE TESTIFIED that his shop was shut down by a strike for six or seven weeks in 1954 and at the end of i employes had decided to go Back to work He said Chester showed up and told You give me Max Chester Fifth Wat Handy had to watch yourself with regard to Chester ef the teU to report to the U anybody to lest yea jap er yea la any way lag yew testimony Chester oa tbt side and balding sat with his lawyer in the committee room while Claude told his story Called to the stand be invoked the protection of the Fifth ment against exposing himself to self-incrimination by answering questions He even refused to say as McCIellan put it he had ever done an honest to help honest labor people i EARLIER the committee beard testimony that Dio or a price guaranteed New York auto glass dealers that they wouldn't be bothered with any jurisdictional picket lines The testimony came from ley Lehrer of Brooklyn lawyer for the Auto Glass Dealers Assn of Greater New York Lehrer explained that it was highly important for the dealers to avoid picket lines since they were dependent on frequent truck deliveries and a refusal of union truck drivers to cross the lines could put a man out of business in a week Lehrer said there are 150 ber firms in the association most of them one-man or shops with no need of a union Until he teU the Senate Rackets Investigation Commit- tee these dealers and not been bothered ouch by union ben He saM the dealers then were approached by of three President Harry Reiss and Ar- thur Santa Maria of Local 227 of the old United Auto up with a threat to picket agroe Then he said there a known as Bug Ross with a demand that the dealers sign up with bis cal This has been described as own personal union And finally there was an try by a Teamsters Un- ion local Railroads Shy of Target But Win Freight Increase WASHINGTON Aug 6 industry today got proVal from the Interstate Conv merce Commission for a further increase in freight charges mated to add 443 million dollars a year to freight costs Further the railroads were to make the new advance effective on 15 days notice to the public The authorised Eastern and Western carriers to nuke an 7 per cent advance fat their freight rates aad granted Southern a farther 4 per cent r all to Surgery Success WASHINGTON Aug 6 W Dwight D Eisenhower was reported doing fine today after surgery at Walter Reed Hospital where the dent visited her late in the afternoon James C Hagerty White House press secretary said the doctors had authorized him to Mrs Eisenhower's postoperative condition is fine and she has been sleeping most of the afternoon The precise nature of the tion which required two hours and was performed by an Army I this morning was not announced Hagerty said It was Which Beau there Final Passage Is Still in Doubt By James A Hill Staff The Gazette City councilmen cast one eye on a gallery of fuming police another at Mayor Copenhaver then crossed their fingers last night and tentatively adopted a new city et But its final passage was plunged into doubt when a ber of signs of submitting to the strong tests from the jam-packed lery In no uncertain terms men for the two city departments let the mayor and council know what they thought of the a month increase proposed in the tentative budget SaU fiery This b a promise budget Jt does not face facts cat oar threats I'll warn tonight that if this budget goes through you'll lose 10 per cent of the fire de- members StallaN the president el also said there Hagerty said President hower was told be could see his for a short time in late after- noon or early evening whenever she awakened EISENHOWER before leaving the White House spent 20 minutes practicing golf shots on the putting green i tt was not aa These increases follow the gency rate hikes granted near the turn of the year of 7 per cent in the East and S per cent in the West and South and estimated to boost rail revenues by about 455 million dollars a year In the two rounds in the current rate revision ing the ICC rejected proposals by East and West carriers for an over-all 22 per cent increase and by Southern railroads for a 15 per cent advance The Eastern lines came out of the an over-all 14 per cent increase the Western carriers 12 per cent and the Southern roads 9 per cent ALFRED president of the New York Central Railroad In view of the in- creased labor rates and increases in the cost of materials we con- sider the decision very ing The new increase is the 13th ward revision of rail freight rates since the end of World War II and will put freight charges about 107 per cent above the rate levels of June 1946 b the relatively ef and West Virginia dividing Eastern and Southern territories the new advance was limited to 2 per ceat the Increase In that t per cent ever the In effect last December The ICC staff estimated the whole proceeding would yield some additional rue to the industry And the com- mission itself left the door for further rate advances on in- dividual items if operating costs continue to increase The commission said the try has had a 627 million dollar per i year rise in operating expense since the last general freight rate increase of 6 per cent granted in March 1956 and that it will ex- a further increase in wage costs of about 176 million dollars a year effective Nov 1 In exceptions to the general issued today the sion provided for a uniform over- all increase of 12 per cent on most manufactured goods in all tories and a uniform increase of 9 per cent on grain livestock fresh meats and packing house products also in au territories THE INCREASE on domestic coal was limited to 15 cents per ton on export coal to 10 cents per ton and lignite to 7 cents per ton The commission stipulated these other maximum permissible in- creases for other Phosphate rock and salt 40 cents a top potash 75 cents a ton fresh and frozen fruits and tables and melons Jl cents per 100 pounds edible nuts 12 cents per 100 pounds lumber 10 cents per 100 building woodwork and millwork 10 cents per 100 sugar 7 cents per 100 the First Lady was net fat pate tt had been known far a that the Mrs Eisenhower who is had just returned over the weekend from a six-day visit to her borne town of Denver Colo where she participated fa the dedication of a park named in her honor She bad celebrated with the family the SSth birthday of her son Maj John Eisenhower on Saturday night the hospital Monday morning But the fact that she was hospitalized first became known publicly when Hagerty made a brief White House the op- EMPIRE LOYALIST DEFENDS HIS QUEEN Young Lord Slapped in Face For Criticism of Elizabeth LONDON Aug of the League of Empire Loyalists night publicly slapped young Lord Altrincham's face for ing Queen Elizabeth speeches priggish and a pain in the neck The incident occurred just after his lordship suggested in interview that the Queen should get rid of some of her advisors The program on which Lord Altrincham appeared called Impact Philip Kinghorn Burbidge be- spectacled and well-dressed was crowd waiting outside television boose in King's Way as Us lordship was leaving the as he took a swat at who b aad also wears glasses That's Prince Phute b enable to saM the Queen's before two grabbed and corted kin to Bow Street Ike station troubles Burbidge will have to appear hi magistrate's court Wednesday morning i to answer charges of insulting be- havior HIS LORDSHIP by the incident ly regained his composure He said when be left the building he saw some people who were friendly and some who were not so friendly He A man with a set tense face approached me and said he was a member of the League of Em- pire Loyalists and slapped me He said Take that for insulting the Queen I said That's a silly way of behaving Queen Elizabeth who has ignored Lord Altrincham's criticism spent a quiet day at Windsor riding with her ter Princess Anne Prince and their son Prince Charles were in a yacht race at Cowes j today Altrincham's dim view of the has aroused -a unique storm in Britain and the press and TV have been Please to Page IS CeL 19 performed and President Eisenhower remained at the Watte House and held a meeting with congressional en there while the operation was under way Sure Grid Coach Is Resting GETTYSBURG Pa Aug 6 UR Harvard's missing football coach said today she is confident her husband is it easy where from before he left for Harvard that ho night oven be abac n e Ho been under terrific pressure the last few months what with the new coaching job trying to buy a bouse near the trying to sell the bouse here and driving back and forth from vard every weekend Mrs was reported ing by Pennsylvania state police in a teletype message to all points today Massachusetts state police issued a routine sage on the young coach day bat emphasized that it was not a missing person report Yovicsin was named football coach at Harvard several months ngo He was coach at Gettysburg College before receiving the Ivy League appointment The Scranton Times reported Yovicson was seen in Stroudsburg Pa Sunday night Since that time no reports have boon his Said Sgt W W Fisher dent of the Charleston Fraternal Order of Police This budget is It comes up to 1952 standards I'll warn you people that you'll get only what you pay for utmost fairness to the people of this cUy and its employes With the exception of few police and firemen most city think budget is fair U have ft was or a wagon driver who stood up to display the best oratorical style of the evening I've talked with quite a of you he wdj an even almost scholarly IT ner and out that you are taking coarse of action I don't say the mayor misinformed yi Please Tan to angry banging of the gavel After the applause subsided Mayor Copenhaver demanded the floor and during his answer fought to subdue his obvious ire Just a word of he said with his voice slowly rising This administration ad- heres to principles established by law and sound business The work done by the finance com- on budget shows the Jer ia Benny Hooper who is en a fishing trip with father and Minnesota's Gov Freeman background and the governor's son Mike 9 Benny vacationing in Brainerd is the Manorville N Y boy who was rescued from a wett two months Justice Department Action Gives Doubt to Civil Rights Aug The Justice Department was re- ported today to be taking an un- compromising stand against the jury trial amendment to the civil rights calling it able The department thus apparently set its face against any ise that would retain part of the amendment This raised new doubt whether any civil rights legislation would be enacted this year Southern senators have served notice they will filibuster against the bin If it lacks a jury trial proviso On the other hand President Eisenhower strongly opposes the amendment was added in the Senate which is expected to take a vote on the as a whole tomorrow or Thursday In Senate debate today Sea Ives the ghostly By letting anMndnunts Ives saM the hoi has been and feeble until now net even a respectable corpse re- The Justice Department's tion on the amendment was re- ported by Sen R who told reporters that acting Atty Gen Rogers i any e a White The amendment would require jury trials or all of inal contempt from on- to Page II CeL 9 Democrats Take Aim At Home Loan Policy WASHINGTON Aug 6 A Veteran spokesman said today the government's new discount controls may further reduce the volume of GI home already at a record low Another change In tion the interest rate on borne to SK attacked in the Senate by a group of Democrats BUS DRIVER AND SHIP CAPTAIN Sober Types Do About Face Clipped for Drunk Driving LONDON Aug 6 London bus driver and a Scottish sea cap- in their SO's described as sober serious ways steer tbe straight and row sentenced today on drunken driving charges One went off on a spree in his crowded double-decker bus full of screaming women The other cruised off on a toot at the wheel of his ship The ease of the has driver came nn In fat The ease of lac sea captain canse Oban to j Scotland He was The bus driver Robert Muir 50 had been driving London's big red bases for JO years always foV lowing the appointed roots Eight days ago something snapped He drove Us huge bus all over the road raced passing cars a few Jown some side streets Hb Si passengers screamed as bo zagged to keep other can from passing him When be a sudden stop the riedly got off The ran for hem lawyer said his client bad become upset because Us wife left him after running up a pile of THE SEA CAPTAIN after Jib the fishing boat Vanguard rammed Tighter carts on GI baa the interest rise Ucb doss not to 01 IK together down Bia with in the
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