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   Ludington Daily News (Newspaper) - February 7, 1958, Ludington, Michigan                                Phone Your News and Ads to News Room or 106 Sports 92 Business Office 21 Advertising VOLUME 79 THE LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS An Independent Newspaper Serving Mason County and Surrounding Area FEBRUARY 1958 WEATHER COLD PRICE SEVEN CENTS AFLCIO Speeds Russia Appear Ready to Open Talks Probe of Union About Summit Meeting as Prexy Quits By NORMAN WALKiR tured in recent Senate rackets MIAMI iJi AFL hearings ns a union dictator CIO chiefs today charted a grown rich on union steppedup hunt for corruption in j Chairman McClellan in the Operating Engineers Union summing up hearings on the union despite resignation of the unions before his Senate investigating William There arc a lot of other things that need investigating in the tic AFLCIO leader said ill and feeble after several heart quit his 18year rule of the ber union after he had been pic Hint Stassen About to Quit Present Post WASHINGTON Harold Stassen headed for a job talk with President Eisenhower today amid a flurry of protests from Penn sylvania Republicans that hes nol the man for Stassens talk Eisenhower may be his last as the Presidents special assistant on His friends said they expect him lo within a few that he is quitting the administra tion perhaps to seek the GOP nomination Pennsylvania gov From other sources have come reports that Stassen probably will be asked to quit if he doesnt do so A top White House lieutenant indicate a few clays ago that Eisenhower has decided that Stassens disarmament feud with Secretary of State Dulles had ended his Stassen has been battling Dulles behind the scenes over the shape of future disarmament policy and has even challenged he con siders the secretarys negative attitude toward negotiations with the himself officially a Pennsylvania was asked at his news conference Wednes day about Stassens future and the possibility of his seeking the gov ernorship noting he was con ferring with Stassen this said Now as I expressed some interest in being a and I want to say very frankly that there are many traits of his that I believe to be admir ably fitting for such an He is administrator and he is anindefatigable Van one of the lead ing GOP prospects for the Penn sylvania and Gavin CRPa said they know of no state leaders supporting Stassen for the said Maloney look over the Operating Engineers with the help of hoodlums and after some opponents were gangland It was testified Maloney looted Chicago union locals maintained as his special domain for 30 years and padded expense accounts to pay for lush living and a luxury Maloney is now Living in an is land home near here but has been in and out of hospitals with a se rious heart In Maloney produced 8WW Release School Funds Tied Up Since January See Possibility Of Payments Next Week LANSING The clay gave a goahead to in state school a physicians that unless he quit he might soon His term has tvvo years more in until the ncxl convention House In of the Operating Engineers in I960 Joseph New secretarytreasurer who an nounced Maloneys is expected lo be selected lo Ihc job as Maloneys successor a union executive board meeting here next Dclaney is a lifelong friend nf AFLCIO President George Mcany who quietly started a cleanup ff the engineer union early last Members of the Operating Engi neers are employed as operators of hoisting machines on construc tion The AFLCIO Executive Coun holding winter meetings was expected to approve a policy statement that will ask Congress to lay off any legislation aimed at regulating union internal even in such relatively mild form as already proposed by President Former Jockey Fined 15 Dollars 1 a former jockey and appeared before Recorders Judge McKay Skill man for sentenc who has no had been found guilty of being He was arrested while trying to shoe a parking meter on busy Michigan I remember when I helped a smith make me a pung a horse drawn Judge Skillman said in passing The good old days arc he told Fifteen dollars or 10 up in the slate treas since The action by majorilj Kcpuh Means in Ihr chamber raided Ihr prospect Dial the delayed checks will intn the mails ncxl week as soon as Ihe House okay a Senate approved hill and Williams signs OOP members Thursday failed to reach agrcemenl on extending the present S100 formula for school aid through Repub licans caucus on Ihc Senate approved extension next The aid checks held by Ihe treasury await legislative sanc tion for Ihe slate treasurer lo temporarily borrow from general funds in order to make Ihe pay The school aid fund lacks enough Democrats in the House Thurs day supported a bill by John Sohicfki DDcroil calling for t pay raises of for the licn lenani attorney I secretary of state and state treas I All offices included in the bill are held by The bill is expected to be killed in committee by economy minded In the a right lo know wasput off for dis cussion next Harold Ryan DDe troit urged saying he wanted to find out more about the proposals possible effect on commissions and other agencies of the city of The bill by Frank Beadle would re quire school boards and governing agencies of town ships and other political subdivis ions to keep their meetings open to the New Soviet Ambassador Arrives to Open Action By JOHN HIGHTOWER Imtcd Slates nnd the Soviet ap pen red about lodav to open diplomatic negotiations which may eventually lend to an East summit j A new Soviet Mikhail A arrived lo take c miinaiul of Moscows lie is expected to seek prompt with Secretary ol Slate Dulles and President Eisenhower CofC Council Asks Immediate Tax Reduction edentials anil thus Army to Close Camp Claybanks j CHICAGO Fifth Army hoadquorteis is giving Camp j back to Ihe i The acres flboul 35 miles north of was leased in 1953 for use fls a sum mer firing rangii for rcscivo Na tional Guard antiAircraft The cnmp bad facilities or some Residents and property owners in tho nearby Whitehall resort areas protested thai the nuisance and dan ger of targetlowing planes nnd the sound of guns ruined sum mer The Ariny said unils formerly firing at the camp either have become guided missile unils or will fire at Camp north of HELD FOR BEATING UN WANTED Kedvond painter receives a kiss from his wife shortly before arraignment in childhealing lie was arrested his slep Susan wrote n note lo her sell ml plead ing that the lencher lake her home with her and dccribin healings and an unhappy home International Michigan Is Not Cut Out of Missile WortsPotter Todays Chuckle Radio announcer And now for the news that happened during the Aim New at Scooters WORLD NEWS SUMMARY Volcanos Erupt Sicily of Italys most active Strom boli and are erupting but there was no immediate threat to farms and villages around on a Mediterranean island north of this Sicilian went into action Thursday after almost two years of i volcano on Sicily north of has been in a slate of intermittent activity for more than four Adopt Practice MOSCOW Soviet government today announced plans io adopt a capitalistic practice to help ease Russias severe housing sale of prefabricated homes on the Although the Soviets have frequently condemned the installment plan in the an official of the Ministry of iaid in an interview that the installment sales plan would be used to stimulate individual home Hearing Goal Vew Zealand Vivian Fuchs and tran Antarctic British expedition were reported Friday to have reached depot their rendezvous point with Sir Edmund The 12 Britons now have covered approximately miles of their route across the Antarctic They arc 700 inDes from their New Zealands on McMurdo and when they there will become the men to make il across the continent Marhet Down NEW YORK stock market drifted to the downside in slack trading early this Key stocks were down fractions to about a There were scattered rails and base metals were Moil chemicals and oils farm radiotelevisions and motion pictures were LANSING A bill lo outlaw motor scooters in Michigans cit ies and villages was submitted lo the Legislature Theyre he dangerous things on the said Fitzpatrick the Two other bills on motor scoot ers already have gone mlo the leg islative One would raise the minimum age for driving from 11 lo The other would forbid more than me person to occupy a Other bills introduced would a penalty of one year im prisonment or fine or both for sale of bootleg fBorg legalize quail hunting in 20 southern Michigan counties from j II to Appropriate to the State Corrections Department for plan ning of a correctional 1 the ceiling on thc total workmens lion benefits allowed for dust Require the Public Service Commission o make fair and equitable arrangements for rail road workmen laid off as a result of a merger or discontinuation of fly ROBRRT NOVAK WASHINGTON W Sen Potter says theres no whatsoever for a by Mich that Michigan has been cut hf Army missile i Potter told a reporter Thursday thai of Ihe first siibcon tracts stemming from the 2 milj lion Chrysler missile to Michigan Earlier iriffiths she had learned Iliat Ihc Army orderI ed Chrysler award any sub contracts to firms in Detroit Prime contracts for production nf the and liedslone mis siles were awarded by Ihe Army last December to Chryslers War plant near Detroit aid commander of the Arcnal at had out no Michigan She said hc had learned all subcontracts would go to the Hayes Aircraft of Medaris hr never out such a said He pul out ueh direc lie vnd received only OIK of UK iO An of sub contracts ill be he 1olter aid lie checked ilh the Army aboul the situ alion afler men informed him of Griffiths When told of rollers com Griffiths said it might require a congressional hearing lo iron this She I lie regular suppliers lo Chryer have been lold they would nol be given Robber Uses Girl Hostage Experts Renew Death Probe KALAMAZOO Mi Slate rx perls joined local authorities today in a renewed inveslignlion into Ihe death of a paper mill engineer found alally shot in his car The bivly of Donn was to be exhumed from Cemetery here under Hie direction of 3 pathologist and director of i the Michigan Slate Ileallh Depart j crime detection shol in the I was found in his car not far from bis suburban Parchment Al the death was ruled a Munsons dentil came only n week after he and his an English war brought yearold a daughter of here from a A number of angles in the eaiised Munson and Prosecutor Jacob Dalm to ask for Hie aid then was no known nieldc lie also Hie body was removed before Ihe cor oner had chance a examine it and Iheie were leport thai powder marks had been IOUIH tear Ihc way for active Ambassador Tho nip who has been home for two weeks of consultation on Soviet relations and summit con ference is 1 c a v i n R Washington today and will set back to Moscow early next Thompson is expected lo meet soon with Soviet Foreign Minister Andref iromyko lo find out how Ihe Soviet yovernmcnl wants to proceed on negotiations for a top level Have Agreed Premier Nikolai llulgiinin ad vised President iMsenhower in a message last Sunday that Ihc Soviet Union agreed to an ex change of ideas through diplo matic channels to prepare the way for a Eisenhower has insisted thai very careful offering hope of Hive is essential bo fore a conference can be ar Although Ihe Soviet Union and 11 lie Western powers are tightly i deadlocked on such major issues as Ihc future of lermany and h a s i c disarmament some officials arc known to feel Ilia I prolonged negotiation even tually may make some headway toward initial arms control nr rangenirnls and measures to pre vent surprise who speaks English arrived aboard n jet lie immediately pro claimed himself as an ambassa dor of friendship and Hope lie a hopdfor rmr inalired economic relations especially mutually advantageous I will try lo do my to do everything in order lo establish and the atmosphere and understanding and trust be tween our he Mcnshikov a former ambas sador to India and an expert in economic lie once served as Soviel miimlcr of foreign After World War IIP spent three years in Washington as an official of Ihc Relief and It rehabilitation A handsome and personable he is likely lo be much more active in Washington than his prc By LIVINGSTONE WASHINGTON An iramedi ale si art on tax reduction was urged today by the Council of Slate Chambers of which said such a move would be a big help in turning around the The councils calling for graduated annual tax were contained in testimony prepared by Clarence Laylin of the House Ways and Means That group winding up five weeks of hearings on general lax believe strongly that the lax reductions of 1954 and the tax revision of helped materially in turning n round the recession which started in fall of 1953 and ended in the summer of Laylin We arc equally convinced that lax rain reductions at this lime would have a similar effect on the current Hie council recommended to Congress lowering the maximum individual from ftl to 82 per and Hie minimum rate from 20 to 19 per with additional rate reductions into effect an nually until the lop rate is re duced to 50 per If proposccl an immediate cut In corporation income taxes from 52 to 50 per with tho rate ultimately reduced to 47 per As the Committee concluded hearing suggestions from more than 300 immediate tax action was in Thp possibility of future income tax cuts depends pretty on the severity and length of the bus iness in the opinion of House Ux decesvir did not speak Man Threatens Williams7 Life LANSING on Stale Police said kill Williams investigation A man wfco threatened to was held for He was Iden no on Police Report Accident Thursday bank A car by Arthur fpf Norlh damaged kid if two parked at Tiiur day in Hie W lilnek South Janie city police Ihe Wclbr vr Jcfi running as ejiirrd a lin ine in molifin accidentally put KT foot on the accr lerafrii The ear eroded and Mruek parked car by in lurn hit a c b Milan fierd thrc r The Weather Wonthor Burnnu Northwestern Partly cloudy nnd colder to night and Saturday with a few mow flurries ncfir Lake Winds northwesterly 1020 High today low tonight high Saturday Oullook for SundayMostly fair and continued cold with r snow flurries near FIVE DAY ORECAST rinrd UK ehildnn thf bank hoarded a I Accidents Are Reported No one in three acci reporled today by Mason Al easl age Mi and Sheriffs a today near Hie city lirnils dam to cars driven by Harbara Mickey of Scottvilh David Marli of Marti pulled in front of Die ear in making a left turn He was a traffic failure lo yield a rihl of av A ear driven by Stanley j of Koute In attempted another car inti a on UK Konn tain load miles of The aeid nt happened at p m I linrdav tificd UK Lyman Center Reynolds was arrested at Fcw Icrville after his over heard in a Brighton touch ed off a police search Thursday Reynolds said he fried to get an appointment by phone to see the but was told Willi ams was in confereucn and was Ho than voiced threats to kill the police A telephone tipster reported threats and license num ber of Reynolds Reynolds was picked up while drinking at another He was unarmed and offered no police Reynolds was held on an open charge for Four Children Perish in Fire Vibrations Are Blamed as Cause for Vanguards Failure At i p in I liurdjy a ar j fir in Henry of Cadillac J true Hiid nf i ruck driven by j Arthur Wilnn of Midland as Gbi attempted lo avoid a third carj making a l ft urn in Iron o i The col occurred near Ely corn r ei of ASSISTANT TO SHERIFF j GRAND HAVEN 1 Avery former a Omnty pivimle igciii and recently f Hig Brothers of has been appointed assistant to Sheriff Gerald Vandcr bcek I children burned lo death in an early morning fire that struck the home of Ximines in thb cen Iral Texas Three others of the Xirnines family one seri in futile attcinpU at res Ihc dead were I wo boys and two girls 12 8 t and They wera sleeping flash flames swept Ihe IIK injured were burns on hands on both legs and Jose burned and who treated the said the fire occurred when kerosene was poured into wood Australia has square GIRL WANTED for stock record keep Must be able to Apply by calling 166 for appointment for interview CARROM ANNUAL FIREMENS BALL at CARRS COMMUNITY HALL February 8 at 9 Music by McKillop CAPE The Navy blamed the loss of it Vanguard satellite rocket on a wiring failure arM pinned cion on two possible causes moisture and vibration This rthe in rocketry it difficult to pinpoint a The persons associated with Project Vanguard may never be quite sure exactly where the trouble One expert at the Air Force mis sile test center here put it this way Broken circuitry prevented the Vanguards far forward rnd of the from rorrectm the abnormal As far as we can tell th ruption of circuits as of rnoiMire vibration The threestage Vanguard rock with a goldplated baby satel lite in its rose straight and from its launching stand j The Naiy aid flight records i showed that after 57 the imissile developed tome small it in in m i matic mcnt t Y fh for the auto1 gyroscope rquipj rn from he tip j no iTigularity snd trati orrff f the rorkit at the rear of the rnan tage i showed that the correct ing failrd roach the first stage in that cor the position and proj vide a change in I to lie riihf train brrikt i in TiK tnorr Van guard Ibe one may be launched later this month ith iinialure satellite arxiard Thr later rocket ill at tempt to Uineii a 212pound sphere into an orbit Vibration is a constant problem in the field of And pel ing rain one of the together dangerously high that delayed a Vanguard launching attempt for many AM APPRECIATION Thanks lo everyone who helped fight the fire at Marys Church in Custcr PASTORand PARISHIONERS LAKEVIEW HOTEL ROUND LAKE DANCING Music by Variety Kings 4 under new management1 MARK and LUCILLE   

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