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   Gastonia Gazette, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1957, Gastonia, North Carolina                                Todays Chuckle Certainly life expectancy li Nowadays vou can expect THE GASTONIA GAZETTE PUBLISH iGASTON TUB FINE COMBED COTTON YARN CENTER OF AMERICA The Weather NURTH iloudhirji Low tonlcttt niday juiiiy eloudj i Ji it IT nrrni an rForsif oVefsr VOL 93 MU IUVICI AUDIT BUKMU OF CIRCULATIONS THURSDAY APRIL PHISJ HIKE SDUltJKlIN 28 PAGES TEAMSTERS DENY THREATS OF VIOLENCE Senate Strips Reapportionment Bill No Gamble Delinquency Cure Found In Service HAL NEW YORK Mj A mail here who wears two hats feels that he has a simple cure for the nations Juvenile delinquen It would be cut 75 per cent if etery boy in America went through military reserve rain said Alfred Tubby When he puts on one svtio staned Ills business career as a Is a partner In William Hil a top Manhattan management consultant When he puts on Ills other hat wlK began his nvili I tary career Is the twostar genera w h o commands the Tth Infan try It Is 10 readj divisions BOTH one of reserve i n I li e United States equipped for almost tm mediate combat duty in the event of Why should EVERY COUNTY Soviets On New TO BE T friendship Jag leaders apparently have embarked on a new diplomatic and propaganda campaign aimed at improving Russian relations with TO SENATOR Measure Comes Up For Third And Fi nal Reading After Heated RALEIGH amended veapportionment which would limit any county to one re are believed to that their tle of II or 18 join the Army reserve Wouldnt it be better to wait and gamble on the draft who enlisted in 1918 and feels his own busincs success springs largely from the results of military says He points out if a youth has to serve n full two years on active four years in the The same U he enlists in Ihe re has to spend on ly six months on active ran work out the rest of his obligation to Uncle Sam by spending one night a week at a reserve training center and at tending two week summer It really does the kids he it often provides them a career incentive at a period ol life when they are unsure of themselves and uncertain o their iiture They can elect their special ity and get a basic They also learn other things they dont pick up on the streets things as re spect for law and or pride in and devotion to A boy who learns these MARVIN DALLAS BOARD MEMBER DIES FROM INJURIES Albert Marvin 41 yearold member of the town board ol died Thursday at In a local to injuries he sus tained in an accident on Wed nesday a foreman at Nel soif Iron and Metal Works in his sustained fatal injuries about 4 oclock yesterday after while he was at The Dallas man was reported to have the Some officials believe this reflects a basic policy de cision follosving lasts falls crises in Hungary and the According to1 this tin Soviet leaders have decided Stalinization developed early last was right in spite of the upheaval that followed re gardless Of was lotion of Stalinist eonUols in scheduled to Come up for Eastern nnd that they third and final reading to set a good will and the Senate i Peaceful coexistence drive under Senators from the states sma counties collaborated and a legislative noose around the big counties When smoke had cleared after a 3i hour two amendments way Experts here assume the de cision would serve Russias long range purpose of developinf Communist influence in the Middle Asia and Africa had been adopted that repre sented victory lor the small Senator Wilbur Jolly or Frank lin sent up the amendment which would keep a county Irom ever having more than one senator regardless u its population in This was adopted by a 29 19 Another by Lee Whltmire of would keep theHouse member ship at This carried by a 24 A study headed by Dean Carroll Weathers ol the Wake Forest Law had been in the cab of a crane when that House membership and meanwhile trying to divide iaiiy such referendum proposed ils head was struck by metal which fell on the ma chine was being His lead was crushed by the The accident victim was one of he most papular residents of He was known for his work in all phases of particularly with young people and he was one of those instrumental in starting the project of a new stadium n that Watson received the high est number of votes given to any candidate in the last election of Dallas town He was a member of EXillas Baptist where he was active In theBrotherhood and Sunday school He nlso was a member of the fi nance committee of the church A native of Wat son was born in the son of the late Benjamin Watson and Willie Golden Survivors include his Mrs Christine Thaggard Watson ol the 309 Hoffman street iv Dallas three Marvir Watson who is with tin The amended the West and sairi we like them Treasure would retain a proposal nil in reference to several coun ecommeiided by the commission tries of which he had been bit hai no senator shall represent nore than four The bill would amend the Con stitution no as to change the method of allocating member things isnt likely to wind up a Army in Germany Kenneth am juvenile Tuckerman says ie increased from 120 to 130 with he extra members allocated on i population As a concession to the small tlie Weathers commis lon had proposed that no conn y be allowed to have more than LIQUOR BILLS CHANCE IS DIM Measure Calls For All Or Nothing Elect In In fAXN Gazette Bureau Raleigh Me bill introduced Wednesday in the House calling for a statewide vote on the legal sale of liquor is perhaps he most honest of and disorganize the Western antiCommunist It also mean that Pre mier Nikolai and Soviet Communist parly boss Khrushchev will eventu ally be willing to do serious bust ness with the Western powers on where they may hope to ain advantage for Russian in terests and relax EastWest ten sions at small cost to them State Department officials are studying several developments which indicate to them that the new campaign has been launch Russias role in disarmament in the past 20 years it is accord ed small chance o It is ah all or nothing propo Depending upon the pop ular vote in the 1958 genera every county in the state would have legal sale of alcoholic beverages or no coun ty could sell Previous ses sion bills had provided for dry ing up present ABC but requiring a local vote in any other county to operate ABC The bill sent up by Sid ney Britt ol Dladen yeas signed joy 11 other Democrats and 10 Democratic sign ers in addition to Brill were Clark of Coates of Crawfordof Gregory of Lcake ot Satterlield of Person Taylor of Thomas o Vann of Sampson Watkins of Grsnville and Wood ard of terly critical in tiie in1 Republican signers were Brink eluding Britain and jley ol Brock of Davie McClellan Says Somebody Lied Teamsters Union business agents of the local denied un der oath today making threats and ordering violence as attributed to them by previous witnesses before the enateRackets Investigating I With their thr nom nittee wound up its public in quiry into allegations of terror sin by union leaders In tha Ecramon Chairman McClellan fDArk said the entire record of Ilia hearing would be referred to the Justice Department for a study now in process in London has been negotiations progress In move constructive and Khrushchev at a reception in Moscow Monday made a speech full of talk about co existence and competition The Soviet government was of Catawbi Burtoon of Carpentei reported to have welcomed Ihe decision of the United States last week to resume cultural ex changes with ship in the House and t approved by the t would be submitted to a vote of the The 1953 and 1955 Storm latures have refused to reappor lion under constitutional proviLaSnCS rriSCO sions in accordance with the 1950 federal On the basis of he 1950 Mecklenburg and Guilford are entitled to two sen ators each instead of one and Alamance and counties are entitled to two rep resentatives eacii inslead of one After lie bill was amended by the coalition of of SAN FRANCISCO Wl A noisy and damaging storm car ried by 52mileanhour winds yesterday swept across the San Francisco Bay One man was electrocuted when he tried to pick up the end of an electric wire that blown The storm damaged top the Senate passed it by a 32njpietJ a igofoot radio dam aged power felled trew broke windows and clogged storm Buy A Broom From A Lion And Aid In Carrying On The Work With The Blind and Near Ihe Ie now unilcr war nd will continue Uirongli April Headquarters arr at Vrotcn Fond Tloase call IX 51331 if a rlopsnt contact Vonr snpiiorl will be appreciated bj tin GASTONIA UONS CLUB The debate was hot and with the senators from less pop ulous counties speaking out in no uncertain terms on the political Joseph Watson of the home urn two Sandra and Stevie both of the home four am all of Greenville and Harold Walson of California a Gene Frazier of Dallas Funeral Home hcvs the An attempt for a charge ol which third delay was beaten arc pending the nr one of the small county rival of his son from senators speaking We want Under the Weathers plan the poor will get poorer and the rich will SE Ed Owens of little Wash ington We HEADLESS WATCHERS Sidewalk in New York crane their head hrough in fence of construction project to have a auk at something happening directly below The spon taneous poking ol heads through holes produced this odd picture ol human HEAVY DOCKET AWAITS COURT Morn Than 80 Cases On i p F o r S u p c r i o r Opening Tues Holding Up taster Vacation Congress Snarled On Fund Measure BV JOB Cnn But it has a rider limiting to members faced today need to untangle a SenateHouse snarl over a bitterly disputed 01IIC Eggers of Watauga Randa Simpson of Burke Thomas of Stanly and William of Republicans no signing were Anderson ol Gavin of Randolph and The principal item of concern Kennedy of the federal share of als say this is not enough to meet their money bill before they could i get out of town for a lonsawail Pilgrims Flock in the legislation is 275 millioniT Hnlv F anrl dollars of federal grants to states Lrfliu for May and June relief checks to needy dependent chil blind and disabled 11 PrizeWinning Cats SpiteKilled TAMPA Fla was1 Both the Senate and tlie House blamed by police for the killing agreed on that of Maude Barneys 11 prize1 disagreement other items winning Detective blocked Hiveiro said someone tad opentwo cd their cages with a clawham mer and set a dog on the cau PAUL Gazette Slaft Reporter Tlie April term of Gaston coun ty Superior Court promises to be a busy More than 80 cases involving 59 defendants are on calendar foi trial before Judge Rudisil of Aside from these there are also 16 jail cases not on the calendar but subject to call by he Coupled with the heavy work load waiting for Solicitor Gradj Stoti is the fact that couri open until Tuesdaj The oneday delay i because Monday U an Easter holi dav for the MURDER CHARGE One murder trial is on It the case against Roger Hardin 17yearold Negro accused of slabbing a Highland High School Sammy Lee to death in a street on the night of January A number of automobile man slaughter mutters remain lo be and the trial of Percy Carter on abortion charges is staled for Tuesday The bulk of the remaining cases calendared involve the automo bile or or except for a number of cases oil appeals from the Domestic Relations Some of the most important matters are jail Among these are the dope clmges against of possible McClellan noted the conflict ing statements of persons ciiarz acts of terrorism and nials by the union PERJURY COMMITTED it is obvious that somebody is committing he We are trying to get the but we cant get the ruth when witnesses come before the committee and The committee asked the FBI why a Virginia manufacturer who allegedlymade payoffs has not been indicled alonj with union officials indicted on charges of laking ihe Diclosure of this development came questioning of Joseph one of the busi ness agents of Teamsters Local 229 in McHugh said he is under fed eral indictment on charges of receiving several thousand dollars from a former manufacturer of warehouse pallets for sale to the Army Corps EXTORTION CHARGE The indictment charges Mc Hugh and Robert also business agent for the same with extortion of the money by me o and force and IvfcNamara tDMich said Israeli pilgrims began gathering in Jerusalem today for Walter CI Coles and Harold who were arrested Such matters are subject to call by Solicitor Siott at any visits to holy piaccs over Easter during the and it is I considered Ukelv that he will at blocked action for Hie Varying vcrsons of the bounced back and forth across The animals bore teeth Capitol dram on their bodies and tracks of a Groups of 34 from last 30 from Italy and 20 priests mostly from Canada arrived at Israeli port of Haifa yestrr day aboard the liner Tills years Easter tourist sea 1 tempt to empty the jail as quick as big dog were in he uncertain icrms on me political T lV I l ly explosive reapportionment At OaStOn rUDllC Library Twice before the debate and vote had been postponed by Student Is Killed As Holiday Starts left his thirdgrade lass early yesterday with the Easter recess ahead o His teacher gave him a ride When Stuart stepped from her car and ran across Route he was struck by an He died last night in a GaMOnia Public Library during sort of according to where the month of March totalled live and where you dont thvis keeping up the in Perry Martin o little dicalions that the library is a told his steadily growing The honest fact is thali there is going to be no com Spencer Bell of Meck Book Circulation Nearing Circulation of books from thebile niht attendance Acting Senate DemocraticE0n js poorest in Only ae Leader Mansfield of Montana foreigners had nrriv told newsmen hb idea would beed in Israel or Jordan by Mon or the Senate to stay in Washirtny to make the pilgrimage to ington rcady to senle the rlisthe holy Last year the number was If the House members ivant Tlie slump is attributed to the to take a 10day that is tense Middle their he j President Eisenhower first sent the appropriation bill to Congress i in Both branches pass led it in February with the Scn restoring many amounts cut j by the It has been dead1 locked since The House suddenly produced Tuesday a second version of bill and sent it to the Senate Gazette Index Amusements ClaMilicd Page Crossword Puzzle 4 4 5 Serial Story Sports First Federal Plans Akers Center Branch First Federal Savings anrijbiiildina will hr 20 by 63 Loan Association ioday anThe inside layout will be similar Uiounceri that it the uptown in This I eft branch at Ake Work on the new 1 The building will be of Roman construction on the out larte Lona lemperature Low Last Xljlit 5S April In rialc inches April quota deficiency Sec PS Confusion Is Justified In School Tax Election Nearly everybody is confused over Die special school tax elections coining up soon in 14 districts in Gaston And riglitly Some districts ave having spe cial Some arc There are three different dates for the elec tions Gastonia has its on May ChenvviUe on May and the other 12 districts May Adding to the there are three dif ferent sets ot books for For in Gastonia the voters must register for school and general lime in a different set of This is true in most of the Voters registered for city and general elections may not have their names on the school district To make doubly sure youre check next Saturday with the school district regislrai where you PARKING ISNT PROBLEM HERE books loaned doing night Registration of athat is poisons who had not heretofore belonged to Ihe nllu Other included in for the month show The new branch association jof crab orchard stone masonrv monthly report ol SnJZ m to CW iiarhara submitj Pians for coming camr House yesterday afternoon as thc Akcis Center ted to the trustees at theiripnign lor a small tax to support ne then ignored the roBrandl 0 Wednesday atternwnlthc libraries were written second version and and Loall the following Annouucenicnt was made of n duced still a third bill winch it u noxt 0 references furnuhed of the directors ofpassed and sent to the entrance I films loancti 44 showing to auiFrtends ol the This strippeddown ihira diences totalling film stripsj Frank Young nsxt slon carries only t he 275 millions F A loaned 96showing to niursda April at 7 for public assistance grams and tolallin records when plans for the com15 million for small business during questioning of McHugh that he was astonished courLs havent indicted Ihe man who is alleged lo have McClellan told McNamara the committee staff already has asked the FBI to give us some McHugh had declared he got no money from other than Beltendorf and I didnt get any from the Tobyhanna job The indictment alleging extor tion of Bettendorf was placed in Malloy and John Dur the thirri business agent of Local all denied the truth nf some testimony other witnesses had given about FIFiH ASIKXOTIKXT Duikin was first called n the witness chair and at that timeinvoked the Fifth he riict not do He protected a gai ns t being questioned now before the Sen ate Rackets Investigating Com contending it might prejudice 1m trial on pending federal charges of taking kick backs and new trial on of conspiracy in the dynamiting i of a j But the i invoked no Fifth Amend ment He had invoked the selfincrimination yesterday in refusing o tell the committee hLs ixciipniion the only question asked him The north and 11 be biiildine will br aljsorbine glass But with his lawyer be side Durkin answered the of rqueslon and r ha He used primarily I truthfulness of prior accusing in alu jmnium It will be lirc i proof and will contain of flcifjr space on aim fret Hr himself and asent of the Teamsters Union Local number ol visits active book ing election will be taken by in i plus gratuities for nur I widows of deceased House nicrn lota rasl of the that thc building and he main floor and square i vice president of the lot xvili rim around Tho lot i4 b Ito led and tin Perfons who visit Gastonias tores during the lastminute ush So get Easter shopping com letcd will find ample parking pace la the business Durins the last several years Mikin acilitics tor slwiipers lave improved about 300 per For the benefit of those who rill so shopping in GustonU during the Easter rush the lol owing parking facilities ore list ed Tlivcc city parkins lots near the City Hall will take nickel and quarter or from 18 hours There is a custotllrs parking lot beside the railrond tracks at Marietta and Parking free here lo those trading al member Operated by 35 uptown the lot has public Tlie parking re on the lot is 25 but this sum wir be refunded when presented al a member Thfe county parking lot behind he courthouse has allday park Ing for 25 the basement Floors will be rrintnrced con crete rnvered with tile Ceilings will be with soundabsorbing A laive will be on the main floor rtnd a record vault on he ground Vaults and ault fioors carry sixhour five ratings A stairway will lead down icliaf flicht of final the main floor to a Undsm lo the area in tlir rear The stairs continue down anotlicr a flight to the Restrooms for men anri wo men will be provided on the main a womens lomvsc will be Icyatod theve licjtin and air rnnditionin equipment will be along with the direc tors record and storage federation of Labor secretary of the Cen tral Labor Union in ROMES MISTAKE the United States ds Tlie builriiiig will be rquipivu Pelted Johnnv Forncwi to nn the 5idc with R driveJlis AKERS CENTER BRANCHOP FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Jlis police In Roma in indow a an accew from their Ahouldcis and work Provisions are madeEaid hc one of Italys mis for a future second Now in new BoJ windows will hw been getting involved liroterlecl with wide inc On Uif main riooi uill he in many and not the cast I Rear the ex citing suspense Lonely hv lipulii Milrj Monday In The   

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