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    Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - September 11, 1951, Lowell, Massachusetts                                PROBE 'SUSPICIOUS' FIRE IN HIGHLANDS HOUSE UN Admits One of Own Planes Attacked Kaesong Truce Negotiators to Express Regret To Reds; Navigator Made an Error Grabs Fur Piece At Local Store fur neckpiece valued at S239 was stolen from The Bon Marche Inc., 153 Mcrrimack street, some- time yesterday, it was learn- ed. The piece is described as stone martin. The descrip- tion of a girl customer-, who was in the vicinity of the missing fur piece and was stranger to store employees, was turned over to police. TOKIO, Wednesday, Sept. 12 North Korean and Chinese "volunteer" mili- tary commanders said today that Gen. Matthew B. Rldjr- way's proposal of a new site lor the Korean truce talks was the Com- munist Peiping- radio re- ported. By Kobert VermillioTi TOKIO, Wednesday, Sept. United Nations com- mand admitted last night -that one of its planes attacked the truce city of Kaesong Monday, as the Communists had charged, and instructed its truce negotia- tors to express regret to the Reds. A pilot of the 3rd bomber com- mand machine-gunned lights in tho city through an error of navi- gation and is being disciplined, a statement by Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway's supreme headquarters said. Adm. C. Turner Joy, chief UN truce negotiator, was instructed to convey the UN command's re- grets to Gen. Nam II. chief Com- munist negotiator. This message was to be- delivered at 8 a. m. to- day (7 p. m, EDT Tuesday) by UN liaison officers. The frank admission of the at- tack came after the UN command had rejected 10 previous Red' al- legations that UN forces had -----c--------...._., violated the neutrality of Kae- in tho deepest thrust into] song where the interrupted cease- i Korea by American ground i fire talks were held forces this year. First Reaction (Thc First Marine division was! Tn-e first reaction here was known to be on the eastern front I that the admission might permit where it participated in the "Punchbowl" and "Bloody Ridge" victories last week. But Army censorship would not permit identification of the point oi at- tack Jump Off The Marines jumped off a. m. Tuesday (2 p crossed a Marines in Drive Through Red Lines Make Deep Thrust Into North Korea EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUAR TERS, Korea, Sept. 11 U. S. Marines, backed by a boom- ing artillery and mortar barrage, drove forward through Red lines m. Monday, river and plunged into close combat with the enemy dug in on every level of the hills under attack. By evening Tuesday the Leath- _____Conlhiucrt 011 I'ntfp Ten Reds to resume armistice talks without losing "face." The Communists had com- plained that a UN plane machine- gunned Kaesong at a. m. Monday, about 1400 yards from thp cease-fire conference build- ing. Supreme headquarters said that the presence of a plane in the vicinity at the .time was de- tected by radar and' a pilot of th'e 3rd bomber command reported that the strafed lights at 1.36 imlliiupd on Elpvrn Police Lose Final Round in Marine Club Gambling Case in District Court Judge Valentine Issues Not Guilty Finding As Outgrowth of Raid July 20 took a in the legal sense of the I iTVt C If tnH IH5 In t It I___ .1 _ third strike today in their pro traded legal battle to obtain a gambling conviction against the Marine club. Defendant in the third, and pre- sumably final, police move in the case was The Marine Corps Lea- gue of Lowell, Inc. Tho corpora- tion was the defendant, rather than an individual, and was charged with keeping gaming ap- paratus. Evidence was heard on Aug. 28 by Judge John H. Valentine, and following the raising of several points of law, he asked Deputy Supt. John J. Murray, police prosecutor, and Atty. James L. O'Dca, defense counsel, to submit briefs, with a finding scheduled for today. Guilty The finding was not guilty. The whole thing started on the. .night of July 20 when, in the course of visiting nine of the city's most prominent .social clubs in search of slot machines, police seized a five-cent slot ma- chine in the Marine club at 101 Cross street. The raiding of- ficers were Sergt. Richard A. Cullen and Inspectors Edward A. Hassett and Michael L. Mitchell. Police seized the machine, but word, and had also failed prove that the machine was the premises for a period Continued on Ten made no arrest Later, William O. 440 High street the time, McCarthy appeared headquarters and identified him- self as controlling and servicing the machine. He was booked for keeping gaming apparatus. This case was tried before Judge Arthur L. Eno, who found McCarthy not guilty after an ar- O'Dea that the gument by Atty prosecution had that McCarthy UE Secretary Resigns in Union Fight Gives Committee Domination As Reason for Severance IUE-CIO union, which is making an intensive drive to oust the independent THE LOWELL SUN TODAY'S INDEX Amusements -----..18 Dot Edson....... B Bndgo ..........ioj Deaths Radlo-TV Programs 8 iloti Consldlnc CIDrtw Pearson.... 61 Gun......15 Clusslfled .'..16, 17: Dr. Hut-lock...... Smnnnscooplcs ___ 7 Comics ,.-----18. Editorials Snorts ........14, 13 Lawrence... Lookout .........Ml Women's News...4. 5 _______. ['LouellA Purions THE WEATHER Fair And Warm Today Continued Warm Tomorrow. See Full Report Page 3. Associated Press International News COMPLETE NEWSPAPER United Press Associated Prcts Wirephotr 73rd Year 214 Lowell Mass. Tuesday September II 1951 20 Pages 5 Cents ENLISTEES LEAVE FOR ARMY AND AIR FORCE the above photo are the 10 w i HI i lie auuvi; pnoTO are Tne I U young men who left the city this morning for induction into the Army -or Air Force after enlist- ing for the services. They are receiving fountain pens from officials of the city government as go- ing-away good luck tokens. Seated in front are, left to right: Robert W. Raymond Se- queira, Gerald J. .Green and George. H. Beaulieu. .Rear, left to right, are Councilor Edward F. Ryan, iFrederick" L.' Dickie, 'Daniel V. E. Hentz, George Robert L. Miller, Councilor Henry Sullivan and Mayor's Secretary Arthur Kbutsonikolij Ten Leave for city Council to Act on New Army and AF Service Here Greater-Lowell Enlistees Presented Fountain Pens young men left this city this morning by on .train for, Boston- where they will of be inducted into the Army, and Air Force, following their volun- tary enlistment in these serv- ices. They were presented departure of fountain pens, supplied 3y a local service company, and tendered to them by Councilors -Edward F. Ryan, Henry Sullivan land Arthur Koutsonikolis, secre- 'tary to Mayor George C. Eliades. Going into service with the Army was Robert w. Colbath, 7 Deerficld street, while the Air Forces enlistees included: George J. McGurn, ?Iampstead avenue, North Billerica; David E. Hentz, Salem road, Billerica; Daniel V. O'Brien. Treble Cove road, Bille- Guy G. Wilson, 11 Elm street, Billerica; Frederick L, avenue, Pine uiivi; n., UUSL UK. jiiucpencienct UE as bargaining agent at theiDickie> Allcndale ___ local General Electric L. .Miller, Bell- scored a major victory with the'flowcr road. Billerica; George.H. resignation from the UE of Rob-'Beaulleu' Hill road, ert Donohoe, secretary of local.'Dracut; Gerald J. Green, 114 297, who has aligned himself street and Raymond TTIT-, Seaupira. R rHark-'c with the IUE-CIO. Donohoe's resignation was for- mally presented at a meeting of the UE local Sunday. He sup- ported the UE in the organizing drive at the plant over a year ago and was elected secretary of the local at' the organization meeting following the election in which the UE defeated the CIO union. In resigning and affiliating himself with-, the CIO, Donohoe stated he has become convinced that the UE is dominated by Communists and that, aside from the political issues, the IUE-CIO failed to show, has won better contractual pro "occupied" the'visions for its members. ome Highlights Of Sunday's Sun 1. A Korean Gl returns to his wife and to a daughter ht'd never seen. .a typical young girl's first clay at high school.', .both in the Pictorial magazine, i 2. Trend towards Fascism crops up again in Italy. 3. Chemical diet change new basis for treating some of commonest human diseases. 8 Clark's court. Fair, Warm Is Forecast Bo Above Normal This Week a high 85 de- gree recorded by the Locks and Canals for yesterday, the weather bureau predicts 'continued warm weather for today and tomor- row, -wfth partly cloudy skies also on the weather program. Temperatures in the Greater- Lowell area for the next five'days will average more .than six de- grees above the seasonal normal and the weather man says that we can expect .this midsummer- 'ike mildness to continue from to- lay right through the week-end, _ .If rain comes, It will be in the "orm -of light showers with .an iverage total .of .less than two- 'cnths .of an i-nch ahd'such show- :rs-are not the.end the J. S. TREASURY WASHINGTON, Sept..11 (INS) .-Treasury, balance: Sept. Health Depl. Regulations Proposed Rules Would Give Board Control Over Many Building 'Requirements Truman Defends Budget in Talk at Capital Ceremony Flays "Ignorance and Butterfly. Statistics" At Dedication of Huge Office Building STOCK 10 Managerial Shakeup at Station WCAP Gerald F. Cronin New Head; Goulding Brothers Discharged a stockholders' meeting in Boston last night, Phil and Ray Goulding were dis- charged from their managerial duties with Station WCAP and Gerald F. Cronin, advertising solicitor, was promoted to the post of station manager dng Phil Goulding has been serv- -WASHINGTON, Sept. 11 (UP) Truman today de- fended the federal budget against the criticism of "ignorance and and said the "butter- fly statistics" of his critics would not "stand up under honest analysis." The president spoke at the Early Morning Blaze Routs Nine Families Two Fires Break Out Less Than Hour Apart LOWEUU-An investigator of the state fire niarshal's office joined with local fire and police officials in :a three- way probe of two threaten- ing blazes of a suspicious na- ture which broke out less than an hour apart in a nine- tenement Smith street block early today. Driven from the block and forced to find shelter with neighbors were Mrs. Shirley R. London, 28, and her two children, John, 10, and James, three, in whose first floor flat'at 180 fires were Mr. and dedication of the huge ana 000 general accounting office chlldren. who building, Mr. Truman aimed his re- marks at economy advocates "who fear that are spending at our way into national bank ruptcy." Thought Smith street the discovered, and Mrs. Raymond J. Vail and their eight young occupied the second floor tenement. Family Flees The first alarm was sounded 12.25 a.m. after- Mrs. Vail awakened from her sleep "This alarming thought has dashed downstairs to 'locate the some currency in certain circles, source of the blaze after bringing and it is'used to frighten his family to safety. When Vail he said, "particularly as' visions reached the 0.1. elections dance through the he spotted heads of gentlemen who are po- litically inclined." The 'chief executive said these "Don't be country back of the block, the reflection of flames in a rear bedroom .of Mrs. London's flat, and with the to assistance of Joey Rynne, former football player and coach, crashed is. stronger economically than it as program director and Ray as station manager has ever WCAP went on the air. Mr. Truman said' nonsense are minority .stockholders in the station' corporation and both will retain their stock, although' pres- ently 'disassociated with the man- agement. Other stockholders present at last night's meeting were Mau- rice Cohen of Sornerville. Israel Cohen of New York and Ralph E. Floyd of Methuen. Another on PHK? expenditures- of- the- -government had increased 58 percent in dol- Co nil mini Mass. Solons Ask "Fair Share" of US Contracts BOSTON, Sept. 11 Two legislators filed a reso- lution in the state legisla- ture yesterday, asking that congress be asked to see to it that. Massachusetts gets a "fair share" of government contracts for textiles. 1 The resolution was filed by Senator Maurice A. Donahue and John F. Thompson (D., Ludlovv.) Denies Threat To Kill Local Police Officer Bartender Pleads Innocent to Charge In District Court 36-year-old bar- tender, charged with threatening to kill a police officer, pleaded innocent in district court t-Sday, and the .case was continued until' next Tuesday, for1 hearing. Arraigned before Judge Ar- -thu-r L. Eno on a threatening charge was John A. -Demoulas of 759 Westford street, who op- erates a cafe on Gorharn street. The complaint vvas brought bv .Officer Vincent W. Kuliickovvski. It was reported that Sunday night, while 'Officer Kulickowski was. walking .past the cafe, De- moulas rushed out, accused the officcr'bf "bothering" him, and challenged him to have It out in a nearby alley. Officer Kulickowski reportedly informed Demoulas that he didn't know what the .argument was all about, but that he had no intention going -into any alley with anyone. "I'll Kill Later, Officer 'Kulickowski and Officer J'ames E. Willey entered t'he'cafe about 12.10 a. m. .Words were exchanged, and.- "Demoulas allegedly advanced -on Officer Kulickowski in a menacing, man- ner, cursed him. "I'll-kill Police said''Demoulas .had to retrained, and 'after, .peace had been the. officers series of regula- tions that would "give the board of health regulatory control over numerous building requirements, but which reads like a federal pamphlet dealing with a deep south backwoods area, will be considered by the city council at its meeting tonight. Representatives of the board of health and the buildings de- partment have been requested by ,the council to attend 'the meeting to explain the legislation which tho health department has asked the council to adopt. Opposition to the .proposal is expected to be voiced by offi- cials from the buildings depart- ment who arc prepared to char- acterize those sections dealing with building regulations as "antiquated" and not necessary 1o Lowell. The regulations cover such things as "privvies" and water Sovereign Nation Status May Be Offered to Germany Big Three Start Step Is Token Peace to End Occupation t---------- m um to a. oca -here he roused Mrs. Lon don and the two children. Several Fires When Assistant Fire Chief Frederick V. Fahey arrived with several pieces of apparatus, fire- men found fires of varying de- grees of seriousness in progress in 'five different parts of the tenement, with the blaze- In the back bedroom, ordinarily used "adjusting for changes in the price level, they actually de- clined." This, he'said, is refutation of meaning- less that they seem to have been plucked right out of the air fl'Kf El. closets, with the stipulation that closets "must, be reached from within the building." New Measure The regulations further stipu- late that such things as'stairs "must neither be. too steep or too leaving such require-1 ments within the discretion of the health department. Proper headroom must also be provided on stairways. 'Such regulations like the above are .all provided'for, in much greater detail and with a more in- quiring oye on public safety, in Seeks to Halt Removal of Hub VA Office Rep. Rogers Sends Telegram To Pres. Truman Edith Nourse Rogers made another ap- peal this morning to President Truman to stop the removal of the district offices of the Veter- ans Administration from Boston Contlmied-on Trn CltllUlltKMl TetB Auto Insurance Hike Forecast C. G. Finds Boat; Occupant Missing BOSTON, Sept. 11 They canvassed basic pi oast Guard was advised todav i ms thc free world i By Pierre J. Huss WASHINGTON, Sept. 11 (INS) spadework of the big three foreign ministers indi- cated today they may direct their high commissioners in Berlin to offer Germany the status of a sovereign nation. The. directive, if adopted, will enable the three top Allied offi- cials in western Germany to out- line to the government of Kon- rad Adenauer in Bonn a method for integrating that area's mili- tary, political and economic re- sources into, the Atlantic pact pattern. At the moment, this vital step for giving west Germany a token peace and ending the occupation without Russian participation is I still in the stage of top level dis- cussions launched here yesterday by Secretary of. -State Acheson and British Foreign. Secretary Morrison. Coast Guard was advised today lhat an empty outboard motor- boat was recovered 10 miles off Cohasset and that it fitted the Basic Problem canvassed basic description of the boat in which John H.'Rogers of Cambridge, disappeared yesterday. The boat was picked up by the fishing schooner "Tom Cod." There ivas no sign of Rogers aboard. The. motor was intact and the fuel tank was almost BOSTON, Sept 11 dry. spokesman for Massachusetts' rented an outboard Casualty Insurance companies I for today said Bay State motorists may have to. pay 15 to 30 per cent more for compulsory auto- mobile insurance next year. The. notice .to expect an J'apr preciable" increase coincided with an. announcement by State Deputy Insurance- Commissioner John 'H. Louden, that the 1952 be rate schedule .probably will made .public, before :the end this '.month.." insurance -'companies spokesman said motorists also can. expect; a jump in charges for left, with Officer Kulickowski optional coverage such as prop- .thc'erty damage, extra-territorial and threatening 'complaint. guest'insurance. reported missing an air-sea-rescue search was ordered. Distress Call Labeled Hoax YORK, Sept. The Coast. Guard in. New York announced .today that ;the '-tanker Gulf Ray, reported in distress off. Key West, Flai, has been con-, tacted and is in no trouble. The Gulf Ray reported the distress call to be. .a. .hoax and request- ed a Coast Guard Investigation. by the strong smell of smoke. She awakened her husband who through the bedroom window to gain entrance. Vail avoided a pile of clothing 'which was blazing on' the floor of the room and- groped, his way in the darkness to- a front bod- Continued 11 Kefauver Asks Probe of Gag" Charges Wants Justice Dept. To Investigate Case Of Louisiana Newsman- WASHINGTON, Sept. 11 (AP) Kefauver to- day, asked the justice department to investigate the indictment of five newsmen and three- "civic leaders in Louisiana on charges of "defaming" 'gamblers and pub- lic officials. The former chairman of the senate crime investigating com- mittee, in a letter to Atty. General McGrath, said the Louisiana case appears to be "a flagrant attempt to intimidate the press." Kefauver said Senators Tobey (R-NH) and Hunt had joined him in making the request for a justice department investi- gation. McGrath's office said Kefau- prob- ver's letter had not yet arrived in a but added the-request .for an in- on Fitter IVn Elderly Woman Broughtto Safety in Two-Alarm Blaze Sun Truck Crew, Youngster, Team Up to Alert Rescuers.a.nd Fire Alice Nichols Saved the inner attic wall' and ceiling threatening to burst through the combined alert- ness of a 12-year-old -boy and the driver and helper Lowell Sun .newspaper delivery truck enabled a 74-year- old woman to be carried to safe- ty during a two-alarm fire which threatened to consume a four- family, wooden-framed house at 184-186 Tenth street, late yester- day afternoon. Practically 12- year-old James "Chick" Manou- sos, a resident of .the dwelling, wiho- was' playing outside the structure, and Lowell Sun Driver John R. .Conlori, 20, of 101 Walk- er street, and his helper, Donald R. Beland, spotted smoke belch- ing out.of-the attic-window of the .two and' orierhalf story build- ing, while flames licked along roof. Young Manousos dashed into the house and yelled an alarm, causing -his mother to summon fire department Meanwhile the pair in the Lowell Sun truck hurried to a police cruiser and informed Officers Arthur Le- moine and James E. McCann. The officers, who .we're, check- house in the vicinity, were first to arrive. Officer Lemoine instantly dashed: toward the source the flames, but was halted on the second story when he heard a call for help. Entering the second-story apartment of Mrs. Mary Rollings. Continued on fmft Elcrcn   

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