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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - August 18, 1957, Anderson, Indiana The weather All across the state today the forecast Tofor generally fair with Little change in tempera Ture. Expected High near 80. Read the features be read the seven extra pages of comics which accompany the Dally comic panels in the sunday Herald. Vol. 90 no. 54 Anderson morning August 18, 1957 Price 15 cents Martin to submit rights offer rips dwelling area 4 airmen die Pilot s Quick a named As k. Stern left and mrs. Martha Dodd Stern right were named As port of the soviet apparatus by undercover agent Boris Morros the House in american activities committee said yesterday in Washington. Mrs. Stern is the daughter of a former , ambassador to Germany. A wire photos former Diplomat s daughter accused Washington Iff Boris mor Ros counterspy for the Fri has named Martha Dodd Stern Daugh Ter of a former . Ambassador As the soviet spy who once tried to betray him to the russians the House committee on in Amer ican activities announced Satur Day. The announcement came after the committee took sworn Testi Mony from Morros Hollywood composer director who recently disclosed his sensational career in International undercover work. For 12 years he worked in what the russians believed was the role of spy for them but he really was an agent Fri. The House committee said it had gleaned much valuable information from him including state ments that 1. A Secretary in the . Embassy at Prague Czechoslovakia and a member of the . Intelligence Agency in Germany were involved in soviet spy work. These persons were not named. 2. Morros superiors in the so Viet espionage network asked him to get compromising information about in eluding president Eisenhower. 3. They also asked him to plan a spy in the office of Cardina Spellman of new York to report on the Churchman s activities. 4. Fifty five business firms in the United states were covers for soviet espionage. Economic talk series planned by chamber body plans Are being made by the Industrial affairs committee of the Anderson chamber of com Merce for a new 17-week series of economic discussion meetings for local employers and Cham a Mohn will appear at hearings Washington a sen. Mcclellan dark said saturday that two teamster big shots James in. Hoffa and Einar o. Tohn will be the principal witnesses in the Climax next week of an i Vestiga Uon or labor racketeering West Palm Beach Fla. Medium bom Ber slowed a blazing fur Row through backyards in housing development Here saturday killing All four crewmen but sparing residents because of the doomed Pilot s Quick think the twin engine plane a North american b25 from Vance air Force base at Enid okla. Crashed in a Ball of flame about a Quarter of a mile from West Palm Beach air Force base. The plane was bound Here on a routine training flight. After smacking into the ground the bomber skidded Down a Nar Row strip of backyards Between rows of houses swerving to the left at the last second and clipping the Corner off one House. Flames and flying debris damaged four other Homes butt Here were no injuries to residents. There were reports from wit Nesses that the plane exploded before it crashed but officials said this was still being checked an air Force spokesman credited the Pilot with saving possibly dozens of lives by heading the in new York. Hoffa is the Midwest Leader of he giant teamsters Union and the front running candidate succeed Dave Beck As president at the Union convention in Miami sept. 30. Mohn is executive vice president and Beck s right hand Man. Both have been linked in Tes Timony before the special Senate rackets committee to Charters issued for phony gangster dominated locals of the teamsters Union in the new York City area. Mcclellan the committee chair Man said Mohn has been called to testify monday afternoon when the hearings Are resumed. Hoffa is scheduled to take the witness chair tuesday. Also to be heard monday ahead of Mohn is another witness whom Mcclellan Calls the senator declined to identify this witness in Advance. Mcclellan said the committee plans to wind up its current series of hearings on new York labor rackets in midweek and then take a recess for three weeks or so. He said hearings might be resumed about sept. 20 but declined to say what they would Deal with. Mcclellan also told newsmen the transcript of testimony involving Marshall m. Miller re gop Leader Ike. Pledges fight for adequate Bill Washington a after a conference with president Eisenhower rep. Joseph w Martin jr., announced saturday he has a soc St i Vil rights planer Early Between the House gently fired As a consultant to the officials who examined the charred wreckage said the path plane took indicated the Pilot tried to land in the strip Between the houses in order to miss several residents said they heard the plane coming realized it was in trouble and rushed out Side before it hit. One of the Ter of the late William a. Dodd who was ambassador to Germany from 1933 to 1938. In 1939 she came to Public notice when a Book she wrote was banned in Germany by the nazi secret police. Entitled through embassy eyes it re lated events when her father was envoy. She recently departed from Mexico with her husband Alfred k. Stern wealthy investment broker and belief was expressed they went behind the Iron curtain. Chairman Walter a a of the House in american activities committee said saturday. Or. Morros testimony clearly establishes Martha Dodd Daugh Ter of the former . Ambassador to Germany and her husband Alfred Stern As part of the soviet committee staff investigators Ber members. The series which starts in september will be similar to a 17-week series held by the com Mittee last Winter and will in clude a detailed study of the american business system and the competitive Enterprise econ omy. The committee is headed by Roger p. Elpers chairman Ted c. Mcclintick vice chairman and Carl Toedtmann director. Other members include 0. L. Atterberry George Bauner reported the woman was miss Dodd who just recently dropped from sight when u. S. Authorities sought her and her husband in base saw the crash. Through part of a House which had been evacuated Only moments be fore. Authorities f at the Oklahoma base identified the victims As 1st it. John Jones Muncie ind. 1st it. James e. Brookman mount Vernon Iii. 1st it. Robert e. Detroy san Luis Obispo calif., and 2nd it. James a. Ewalt Northwoods to. The air Force said All of the men were unmarried. No Street addresses were available immediately. Authorities did not specify which was the Pilot. New York legislative committee on Industry and labor will be turned Over to the Justice depart ment. The senator said this testimony showed wilful perjury by one or More the committee placed in Evi Dence affidavits charging tha Miller a former official of the upholsterers intentional Union please turn to column 8 said the plane refuelled at Barksdale air Force base Shreveport la before com ing to West Palm Tower with no hint of trouble then suddenly crashed a spokesman said. An investigation was begun immediately. Arthur Lee 19, a civilian truck Driver who had just made a de Alexandria group plans hearing on zoning ordinance Mission for a the City builder of a proposed v new red Cross above is a View of the recently acquired chapter House of the Madison county chapter of the american red Cross located at 914 Chase St., in which the chapter will take offices september 1. Present offices of the local chapter Are in the Citi Zens Bank building. The move will provide for a forger program of activities and will reduce operating expenses. Herald photo local red Cross chapter on sept. 1 the Madison county chapter of the american National red Cross will move into its new chapter House at 914 Chase St. The Madison county chapter volunteers. Files in the citizens Bank build ing where they have been located for the past 37 years. The visiting. Nurse association will accompany the red Cross to the new location. The move is being made to provide accommodations and facilities for an enlarged program of future activities and to reduce operating expenses. It is contemplated that the new chapter House will afford a place for the Junior red Cross classes in Home nursing and first Aid instruction. Previously these very important activities were held wherever accommodations could be found. And additional space in which to carry out their activities and it is thought that the chapter House will attract Many new members to the ranks of the convenience to the business District and parking facilities were major concerns in selecting the new location. It is the Hope of the present officers of the organization that the improved housing will result in better service to the Community by the Madison county red Cross. Lafayette defeats Lafayette s columbian de a state College pitching Star limit and said republicans would fight for an adequate Bill. Declining to describe the proposal now or tip off strategy the House Republican Leader said i think a lot of democrats will vote with us when they see our proposal. Some of them will think twice before they vote against although word Friday from some Republican leaders indicated that a com Promise was As Good As wrap Ped up there appeared to be a stiffening attitude saturday in at least some sectors of the gop Camp. After breakfasting at the White House Martin returned to the Capitol to declare the president s position is unchanged and he still is not in favor of the terms of a Compromise being pushed by a number of House democrats. Let me make it Crystal Martin said. There is no weaken ing in our position. We want a Bill As first proposed by president Eisenhower that will adequately protect the voting rights of millions of our although the administration has stated that voting rights Protection is its main aim its Bill As introduced and passed by the House went far beyond that Field. It would permit the attorney general to apply for Federal court injunctions against alleged violations of All kinds of civil rights. Persons disregarding the injunctions could be jailed for contempt by Federal judges without jury trials. The Senate Cut Down the in Junction provision to voting rights. Then it added that jury trials must be granted in most criminal contempt cases. This jury trial requirement would apply not just to voting rights disputes but also to a wide Range of cases have Noth ing to do with civil rights. Under the Senate Bill jury trials would not be required in cases of civil contempt where the judge s fending Indiana Semi pro base de the columbian to four blows Aih is to obtain compliance with Ball champions jumped on while fanning 3 and walking his order rather than to punish a Middletown s oilers 4 to 1, be Hind the effective eight hit elbowing of Carl Heninger last night in the first game of their scheduled doubleheader to decide the 1957 state Champion at me connection with investigation of the Jack Soble spy ring in new York. The undercover role played by Morros was brought to Light at an interview this week in the . The plane flew Over my head. It looked Fine but it sounded fun he said. It did t sound like a b2o, and i m familiar with them. I saw a Flash before it hit. Miller a firm of planning Side ration. Attorney s office in new York aft Jabout a half minute earlier i or Myra Soble and Jacob Albam had t seen any fire. When it hit 1 the Madison county plan were sentenced for espionage. Jack Soble is awaiting sentence chairman Walter said the com John e. Barrett read b. Has been in Contact with Aday Graydon Collier Hugh Ellis j. W. Finney., Thomas g. Funk h. Gordon Gwinn Paul i. Hardacre c. A. Hardwick Wil Liam b. Harper Charles r. Hoff Man Richard Howe Jack hop Ping John Kuntz g. L. Huey Russell Hulse Tom f. Lavelle Harold Manger Ralph m. Mccreary Sylvanus Meyer Gene w. Rummell Richard Carlton Morris h. Stanley Arthur 0. Steves Lowell Stephens Charles m. Thomas and h. M. West. Details of the series and the schedule of meetings will be announced soon chamber officials said. It hit hard. The whole sky Over head turned one resident of the housing development said the plane sound suggested sept. 9 is the be City plan Corn Public hearing at no for the 01 me most considerations in planning this move was the desire of the volunteers who perform the Field. The setback was the first for Middletown Winner of the win zoning of the red Cross. The volunteers will have attractive leads objections or increased wasted Little proposed ordinance at the meeting m commission met Ling with Paul f. Resent Tive of the de h. Eggerding utlant of gop group into a fast 4 to 0 Lead against Lafayette in the second game of their twin Bill to decide the Semi pro tourney championship last night. The score was reported at the Start of the fifth inning. Firm was engaged Sion to go Over the Ives in the zoning by presented three commission s con pertained to major to zones in the City Dria land uses Ted out by Miller the zoning done by county plan commis adjacent to the City some instances to est of the City. Indianapolis George w. Stark Republican state committee treasurer saturday night announced a 23-member gop citizens finance committee of Indiana. William a. Atkins Indianapolis was named chairman of the group to raise funds for the party in Hoosier land. Other committee officers include Kurt f. Pantzer Indianapolis vice chairman John bracket in five tourney contests in the double elimination series. Lafayette after losing to the oilers 7 to 3 in an earlier tourney engagement had racked up five victories and roared Back into Contention through the Tough loser s bracket. The columbian knocked Sullivan s fallow cells out of the running in the loser s bracket to qualify for the title finals with Middletown. After Middletown counted a run in the third Frame Lafayette deadlocked the score on a single none. Heninger was effective in the clutches fanned 10 men and walked but two in his nine inning stint. Catcher Jack Rector of Middle town was the Only player on either team getting two hits. A capacity crowd greeted the Semi pro finalists and All of Themi flocked Back into the stands after eating hot dogs Coffee and pop during the intermission. The Winner of the Diamond classic Here qualifies for a berth in the National championship Field at Wichita kan., and will play either tuesday or wednes Day. The All tournament squad Fol lows Helmkamp and defendant. A number of House democrats including some northerners favor ing a stronger measure than the Senate Bill have talked of settling at this time for the Senate Bill with some changes. Notable among these is an amendment to restrict the jury trial to voting its cases. The administration contended that the Senate Lan Guage on this score would be a damaging blow to the Federal judiciary. Law propose made to Cut Auto prices Detroit a the United Auto workers Union has proposed to the big three of the automobile Industry that they Cut prices on 1958 models by an average of at least a car and in return the Law will modify its new con tract demands next year in a joint move to combat inflation. Law president Walter p. Reu ther saturday disclosed the proposal in Mak ing Public letters sent Friday to general motors corp. Ford motor co. And Chrysler corp. There was no immediate com ment from the Auto firms. Reuther said the proposal was based on the unanimous action of the Law International executive Board. He said he was suggesting a positive and practical proposal for making an effective beginning in stopping and reversing the inflationary he noted that president Eisenhower has asked management and labor to exer Cise restraint in Price and wage policies. Declaring that neither Corpora Tion profits nor Union aspirations were Paramount Reuther told presidents of the big three transcending both by far Art the interests of the american Fisher Muncie Secretary and Morros the past six months and de More like a helicopter than a county group to try to solve these Georgg Jug live or Indiana f n it a of f Rf-1 inf _ in t4 i r polls Robert l. Oare South Bend Lothair Teeter Hagers that he gave the committee we knew it was in problems. Tally in the upper sixth went if cant information about soviet espionage operations under oath Indiana funds approved Washington Iff a Senate House conference committee sat in new York Friday. Walter said Morros testified that Vassili Rubilin former second Secretary in the soviet embassy ook Morros to the Home of Stern and his i Connecticut. Morros at the time operated a Small phonograph record company for new Navy and air Good morning Start the Day with a chuckle Racine wis. Up City dog Warden Butch file Learned Friday he did t have a Friend in town when the chips were Down. About 50 persons gathered around file As he tried to coax a Skunk from Between the Pil Lars of the Post office. File finally captured the Skunk and popped him into a Box. Then the Skunk retaliated As skunks do. All file s friends took off Down the Street including the police officers who had been ordered to supervise the Job. Indiana s most modern prescription Center exclusive sick room and health service Paynter s apothecary inc. 303 Anderson Bank bid s. 7.-4414 for example he said land on the Southeastern Corner of the intersection of ind. 9 and ind. 28, now partially occupied by a Motel has been zone d for possible town and Robert g. Wolcott Indianapolis. Eleven District members a urday approved for fun Industrial use by the county to the committee were otherwise is develop. 1st District Clarence w. Rader Ture construction at Bunker Hill air Force base near Peru ind. The Compromise appropriation among approved ing into a business area. Howard Slone is president of the Alexandria commission. Other members include Lysle n los Angeles the Boris Morros Force projects in the United Paul Kauffman Gene please turn to Page 3, column Morris and de Alvord. Gary 2nd l. Schneider Chesterton 3rd Ter r. Beardsley Elkhart 4th j. Suedhoff Wayne 5th fort ahead 2 to 1 de Farley s the seventh. On the strength of rousing Homer in Lafayette shoved Over two More runs in the eighth to remove All doubt As to the outcome in the first game. Wally Smith Middletown s Ite i bendable right hander and Ball Townsend set or Derby Day today at Akron Ohio is the big one for Terry Townsend son of or. And mrs. Woodroe Townsend 826 n. Parkway or. Terry As Winner of the an Derson soap Box Derby event on july 10, will participate in today s running of the 20th an Nual All american soap Box Derby. He is scheduled to race pie As a whole in a stable Price level. For that reason we Are confident our members will be willing to take the consequences in collective bargaining i the Price reductions we propose should make it impossible to meet All of their just demands and still maintain a reasonable rate of Reuther added in other words we Are not asking you to take any risk mat we Are not prepared to the Law s contracts with the big three run out next Spring around june 1. The Union has announced that its top goal in new contract negotiations will be a Shorter week and a substantial increase in take Home pay. 4 earlier this year Reuther pro the companies that they get together with the Union in separate management Union talks to explore the idea of a Shorter work week be fore the Start of bargaining ses Sions. The companies turned Down the proposal. Reuther told the big three Heads we Are deeply disturbed ports that the Auto Industry is once again preparing to increase car prices contributing fur think Mother s i heard a noted Marion managing editor Hall Frankfort 6th Chapman s. Root Terre haute 7th g. Wylie Bloomington 8th j editor a Koch Evansville 9th District against Stephen Jensen Mankato .minn., Winner and Warren Eicholberger Ashland Ohio. The lads in charge of the nation s weather have Given the Midwest a fair Chance of Good racing weather. Not too hot generally sunny. But mean ther to while the Anderson entrant and the other 157 champions of the soap Box event were Royal by entertained in red carpet style at the rubber such leadership in reversing this included a police escorted i the inflationary convertible ride to Derby head Reuther said a Price Cut in quarters at the Sheraton at the wholesale level would dinners and numer mean about a reduction at the inflationary he said presents a Challenge to leadership. Our Industry is in a uniquely favourable position to pro babe without a country-. Air Force sgt. William j. D. Lewis 25, holds in Paris he four month old son Anthony j. D. Lews a baby without a country. At left English wife 23. The baby born in France has been denied citizenship by the ., France and England. Lewis whose Legal residence is Englewood born in Germany of american father and English Mother and under . Law has not livid in America Long enough before birth of his son to establish the child s citizenship. A via radio from Paris j. Erwin Miller Columbus 10th Russell r. Gross Shelby Ville and Lith Pantzer. Sex offi Cio members of the com Mittee besides Stark and Fisher Are state Republican chairman Robert. Matthews Charles j. Lynn Indianapolis and Edward b. Newill Indianapolis. Couple Hurt in Auto Accident on county Road Charles Imel 71, and his wife Adda 67, it. 2, Anderson. Hurt in an Auto Accident at the intersection of county re 600n and 300e at p. M. Yester Day. Both were taken to John s Hospital in the Davis and Stricler ambulance from Alex Andria. According to Deputy sheriff Howard Gilmore and Max Zent the car driven by Imel collided with a car driven by Paul Ful Ler 17, Muncio. Incl suffered contusions and abrasions and h is wife sustained Back and Chest injuries. Dies saturday victim of cancer honoured last year As Indiana years died in the Marion Gen a Ion of soap Box Derby champs Heuther said of the Drysdale eral Hospital a victim of cancer from Over the nation. Brannon managing editor of the j which had plagued him for con a chronicle at Marion the past 27siderable rime. Admitted to the Hospital. Fuller was not Hurt. Brannon born May 1. 1899, Wasj aware of his illness and he wrote a number of newspaper accounts i about his Case. He made signal trips to hospitals and Clin-1 jus since is for . I it the body was taken to me intensified after Diggs funeral Home in r t where final rites will be con Diirr Ilie u6l6ctor i 6st de tuesday afternoon at 3j ind scarch for 0 clock missing 7-year-old Billy Martin Brannon 58, was born in Apple was intensified saturday night of Toh wis., and came to Indiana Ter police said a second lie de As a boy when his father took a Tector test indicated a roving Job running a paper Mill at Al l guitar player knows More about Xandria. After serving in Case than he s telling. In the j sheriff William Downing said a 1928, when Henie test Given unemployed Musi joined the news staff of the Harry a. Tex Higgins 53, there is every reason to believe that reduced j prices would increase car sales High school band blared Outi substantial a one.miiii0n car in i us a if o i in _ _ crease in the Industry s sales he said would leave profits that would still be at enviable Levels from the standpoint of most in again in Indiana t ii a Welcome to Indiana s 1 plea5e turn to Page 3 column 7 new arrivals in Anderson end Vicinity War i Brannon paper Mill until news at Alexandria. Showed he has made false state in 1929 Brannon went to mar ments. City editor of the Chron Higgins was Given Ajifu Delector icle. Tho he became test saturday in state police head i managing editor and served in i quarters at Indianapolis his Sec 1 that capacity until his death. Jond in five Days. The energetic Brar non was he has been held since last Sim Strumental in the re Day for questioning about the Dis born at St. John s Hospital to or. And mrs. Charles Muller 822 w. Vineyard St., a boy. Or. And mrs. Charles Widener it. 4, mockingbird Lane a girl. Or. And mrs. Donald Folsom 164 ring Vood Way a girl or. And Wyatt w. 10th St., a girl. Lease from a communist Checho slovakian prison of William Bild Oatis a member of. Limo associated press foreign press staff and a Brannon trained newsman in Marion. In addition Brannon had Given Many present Day Drysdale Brannon Piermo turn to a column 3 appearance of Billy from his Bra 7.1 Home saturday afternoon aug. 10. Downing said the second test showed substantially the same re sults As the first. After the first test police said there were inti plote turn to Pago 3, column i tomatoes in. Toc Swiss Steak in. 69c Swift Ning 3 Ifa. Can 59c pay less super Market opon 24 hours daily

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