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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Anderson, Indiana Page 2 Anderson sunday Herald sunday january 26. Torture Story by unionist group investigating evils in the Elcor Joey Fay of new York. Fay inbox management Field. I is on Call for questioning later in Robert f. Kennedy the week possibly tuesday or tee s counsel said Mccarty has wednesday. Told him he was tortured for opposing the operation of local 542 Kennedy said Mccarty. A strap pint figure of a Man. Broke Down lot the Union in Wop for shame when he had k Al ii i it was run by officials installed admit to committee invest a ivi3u he ithe Union s International thai he had been beaten by i Luj i i Sulu Wiiiiam e. Maloney. Hired by someone in the Kennedy said he expected q to Jav monday when the Kennedy said the Story is my a unionist s torture m Alcom Millie resumes its publicity s to Tell in full but that the elevator slowly moving up hearings on the Union s was trapped in an elevator an d Down May feature the with local 542 under the spot Ify overpowering numbers and As _ of Lovurn Iron on mar in Jinn with the exception of four years 1948-52. When it had its own elected officers the local has he declined to say tee s operating engineers Ion. In some of which he termed since 1933 by men chosen by it s the Story of Theodore me the Union s Hierarchy. Among its Carty of Clementon n.j., who appointed Bosses has been the con will Tell it to the special Senate evicted labor extortionist and rack the modern easy Way to sle Derize at Home to wits no dru6s to exercises no disrobing of i Mhz easm Man tit Tantim Rel Tom and stat Vitot Steno izing Cushion now for Home use. So easy to use. No More going out for reducing Aid. U it having your own private Salon. Rel item pain of arthr left bursitis 34 .95 a tick Poy Coupon name address City phone please Majl coupons to f. O. Box i no. 82, ind. Marko Home plan pm. 3-5313 where the beating occurred. Kennedy displayed a coloured photograph of Mccarty his face a mass of cuts and bruises. Ken Nedy said that is How the Man looked when he got away from his torturers and made his Way to the Union Hall to denounce those who did it to him before going to a Hospital. Kennedy said one of the injuries May yet Cost Mccarty s life. Kennedy told reporters the in a Quiry into local 542 is just a step toward the committee s investigation of the conduct of International officials of the Union. The Union s president Maloney has sent word lie is too ill to testify in the com ing week but chairman Mcclellan dark said his group is pre pared to wait and that Maloney Seaman Larry w. Jones above son of Paul Jones 1275 w. 3rd si., who recently completed a naval electrical course is Home on leave and will return to duty in Newfoundland. He is a 1956 graduate of Ander son High school. Ike proposes education Trade with russians Washington Eisenhower has proposed for the first time a government sponsored educational Exchange program be tween the United states and rus it was disclosed saturday. If approved by Congress the plan would provide Lor the Exchange of 66 persons Between the United states and three Iron curtain Russia plus countries Czechoslovakia Romania and Poland. Anderson obituaries Alexandria funeral monday Tor Roy Orr Alexandria services for Roy Virgil Orr 73, who died thursday in his Home 208 n. Sheridan St., Alexandria will be conducted at 2 . Monday in the Karl m. Plye funeral Home Here. Burial will be in Park View tucked in the funeral Home at 2 m. Monday by the Rev. A. F. Byrne of Anderson. Burial will be in the Miller cemetery. Albert v. Rowland Albert v. Rowland. 75, 116 mor ton St., died saturday morning at the Sanders nursing Home after an illness of five years. Or. Rowland was born in mad Ison county the son of Clai borne and Sarah Rowland arid1 cemetery. He died Lees than a spent his entire life Here. He was month before his 74th birthday a retired Baptist minister and j feb. 19. Was a member of the first Baptist Church. Surviving Are one brother Wiatt Rowland Anderson one Niece and several cousins. Funeral services will be con ducted at . Monday at under the program the Waltz and Hiday funeral states in most cases would foot at least part of the Bill for Ameri Home with the Rev. Melvin r. Phillips pastor of the first Bap cans visiting those countries Church in charge. Burial Well As for their representatives will be in East Maplewood Ceme to come Here. The plan was in Tery. Friends will be received at eluded in Eisenhower s proposed i the funeral Home after 1 . Overall Exchange program with foreign countries. The education Exchange with the soviet nations was in line with . Efforts to break Down East West barriers by increasing Cul Tural contacts. Vice president Richard m. Nixon and russian ambassador Georgio. 3 in san Francisco and 38 on Long Island . New the National labor relations ultimately will be called. Aboard Norb also has invest Friday a today. William t. Womack final rites for William t. Friends Are being received at the funeral Home. Deaths in Madison and nearby counties mrs. Ida Mae Dugan Pendleton. Mrs. Ida Mae Dugan of Huntsville died in St John s Hospital Anderson sat urday. She was born near Florida Sta Tion dec. 1, 1881. She came to Womack 69, who died thursday Hun Stville 30 years ago from an at his Home 128 w. 16th St. Will Iderson her husband Palmer be conducted at . Today at the Sells and Rowe funeral Home. The Rev. Lloyd Bellinger Dugan died four. Years ago. Friends will be received in the Cornell Bright funeral Home of Middletown will be in charge Pendleton after 2 p. M. Sunday to of View flu services will be conducted in the Jurci med shortly was reported to cover exchanges of radio to movie so magazines and tourists As Well w. Austin educators. Kennedy said that the Story gated the Union. It came up with of local 542 closely ties up order forbidding collective bar Maloney and it ties to gaining Between the Union s Long Exchange program Maloney he said because it was Island unit and Long Island pm sought by the president for the fiscal year beginning july l would Maloney who left Fay in com players. Mand of the Union in the Days before Fay went to prison for extortion. He added it also ties to Fay because Fay once was its Boss under mandate from an International Headquarters and ran it with an Iron hand. When where and How the Story of Mccarty fits into the picture is for Mccarty himself to Tell Kennedy insisted. The Philadelphia inquiry is phase no. 3 in the committee s investigation of what went on in the operating engineers Union. This is an Al Cio organization of unionists who handle bulldozers cranes and other heavy a Norb said it had found that employers with whom the Union was dealing there had obtained too big a foothold within the Union itself and that Heads of the local had gained too much influence in affairs of the employers. Norb held that collective bargaining 35 in tended by the Law was impossible under such circumstances. Representative says More Federal help for education needed Chin Vyt con Indianapolis us rep. Frank Striction industries. It is a Rich Thompsonjr. A no told Indiana Cost this would per Mit the Exchange of foreign ers and americans. Robert Young from Page the Allied chemical corp., general motors and the Allegheny corp., among other firms. A drop of 58 per cent in the Price of the new York Central s common Stock in 1957 had caused Young to realign his assets last october. Personal and powerful organization of 270. 000 dues paying witnesses Friday members butt testified fewer ton is needed. Democrats saturday night that More Federal Aid for Educa he sold 50000 shares of his holding to his wife who in turn sold him shares of her share holding of Ithan a third of the members Are Thompson said president Eisen Hower s program is inadequate in the probe provides 95vi million dollars have been investigations of locals less for education although funds allowed to vote. Previous phases the c. Stamp o Frankton Christian Church. Bur Ial will be in East cemetery Anderson. Survivors include one grand final rites will be conducted at . Today at the Baker t t Brothers funeral Home for Leo Marv Jar a n n w. Austin 50. Native of Ander Gunt Ivlue Cone son who died wednesday at it. Beaver of Sarasota Fla., and Lauderdale Fla. The Rev. A. F number of cousins. Byrne pastor of the West Stone Christian Church will be in i charge and burial will follow in memorial Park cemetery. Friends Are being received at the funeral Home. Henry Piepenbrink funeral services for Henry 0. Piepenbrink 77, father of Cal Vin h. Piepenbrink of Anderson will be conducted at . Tractors were received Thoy were rejected As unsatisfactory. By calling for re bids and after revising plans the City saved in construction costs. The securing of Federal Grants of which do not re quire repayment by the City fur ther reduced the Cost. Without these Grants., the Basic sewage rates to be paid user would have been a month. With the Grants it was possible to reduce the Basic rates u per month. President visits continued from ont Ber of the preparedness subcommittee. James w. Robinett j Senate Republican Leader we services for James of Knowland Calif said he Robinett 71, who lived East not convinced that a single Lapel on ind. 38, where he of staff is the answer to the Friday will be conducted at Lara a. Garrett Middletown. Services for mrs. Clara Ann Garrett 89, of Oakville who died thursday in he Home of her son in Sulphur Springs will be conducted at 2 p. M. Sunday in first Brethren Church Oakville by the Rev. Arthur tinkle. The body will be in the Church one hour before the services. Burial will be in the Springport cemetery. Friends Are being received in the Ballard and Shirey funeral Home Middletown. P. M. Sunday in Broth ers funeral Home Lapel by the Thomas Hodson of the Lapel methodist Church. Burial will be in East Maplewood cemetery. Anderson. Friends Are be ing received in the funeral Home. Harold Powell Tipton. Services for har old Powell. 31, it. 2, Tipton who died thursday will be conducted at 10 a. M. Monday in St. John s Catholic Church. Tipton by the Rev. For. Jerome Walski. Burial will be in. St. John s cemetery Tipton. Friends Are being received in the Young funeral Home Tipton. New directors Myers continued from Middletown. Otto f sons or. C. P. Mclaughlin or. Myers 81, 1244 Locust St., mid Moore of local 205, a. F. Of l. Problem. Two former chairmen of the joint chiefs of staff Gen. Omar n. Bradley and adm. Arthur w. Radford the present service secretaries and chiefs and two of the special civilian consultants appointed by Mcelroy this week were present at the Pentagon con Ference. The consultants Are William c. Foster former Deputy defense Secretary and a co author of the controversial Gaither committee re sort criticizing the Admi Ripstra Ion s defense policies a former assistant d e f e n be Secretary Charles a. Coolidge and Nelson Rockefeller head of a group which made an Independent de sense study calling for major organizational changes. Rockefeller was not present. Hagerty said the meeting would be just one in a series which the president will hold with de dle town a retired Farmer died Friday evening in St. John s hos Pital Anderson. He was born sept. 2, 1876, in Hancock county in the Vicinity of Fortville. He attended the evangelical United Brethren Church at Honey Creek. Survivors include the widow t i a to. Of Rivurs inc Mue Luc win us est today at the Robby Stu daughters mrs. Neral Home m Huntington. The _ Rev. Arthur Ziegler will be in charge and burial will be in it. Hope cemetery at Huntington. Friends May Call of the funeral _ w i. I in Vij ii a Allegheny corp. Preferred Home. Or. Piepenbrink died Stock. It was through Allegheny at a news conference before his Alk. The new Jersey legislator said tuition in private colleges is too Ligh and in state schools is too of. He said he is sponsoring leg Slation to lend 138 million dollars annually to students repayable at of interest Over a Long period. In some Fields we Are very far behind Thompson said. We Are deficient in Basic re search intercontinental missiles m e t a 11 u r by and conventional he blamed the lag on Secretary of state John Foster Dulles and Reliance on massive retaliation. 4-pc. Modern suite in Orchid Walnut finish. Reg. Sale priced 5-pc. Bookcase bed suite regular value. Save Sale priced Kling solid Cherry single Dresser and Mirror 2 twin poster Beds. Reg. Now Only 199 269 249 50 50 50 increased. We must give the that he asks for but we a holding company that Young obtained control of the Railroad a business source said that Young was not in financial Straits. There was no financial diff by scientific education have been culty at All of any kind none of even a minor he said. The source said that Young had other p e r s o n a 1 investments neglect Thompson said which would have offset the slump in Central Stock last year. He said Young s realignment of his assets in which he sold part of his holding was partly for yearned tax purposes. He estimated Young s present wealth at several million Dol it was understood that Young had planned to come to new York City this week for an Allegheny Board meeting. Young a vociferous texan from the. Panhandle country who be came known As the Maverick of Wall Street because of his spectacular financial manipulations had spent Little time in new York for the past year stay ing most of tiie time at his Palm Beach and Newport r.i., Homes. He had left operation of the Central up to its president. Alfred Perlman who was reported in route to Washington at the time Young s death was disclosed. Young made some grandiose promises when he took Over the new York Central after a proxy thursday afternoon at his Home in Huntington. Anthony m. Grant services will be conducted at 2 o clock monday afternoon at the Harold e. Rozelle funeral Home for Anthony Wayne Grant Mary Lou Brown Rof Middletown Thomas j. Morgan president . Local 662 c. A. Michel general manager guide lamp division Glenn Pittsford Union township Robert h. Reardon president elect of Anderson col lege William Schofield superintendent of Anaconda wire and Cable Russell Stewart judge of Madison county circuit court Truman Swain president mrs. Delores Bunner of county Board of Corn Creek mrs. Valeta Grey of or. George tag Derson mrs. Adda Murrell of Gart pastor first presbyterian Portland and mrs. Blanche bar Church Evan Wilson president Nard of Anderson sons Robert and James of Middletown Frederick of Daleville Cletus and Russell of Anderson and Parnell of Markleville two Brothers Fred of Middletown and Charles of Honey Creek a half sister mrs. Etta Heath near Friday night at the Gobel Nurs ing Home the Rev. Eldon Petry pastor of the first Church of the Brethren will officiate and interment will Park cemetery. Friends Are be Jing received at the funeral Home. Start Alexandria continued from suits. Originally scheduled too Cost engineering Revi friends Iii be received after Sion and re bidding by contract 1 p. A. Sunday in the Ballard have reduced this Cost by and Shirey funeral Home mid memorial dle town. Services will be con when the first bids of the con 83, 2129 East Lynn St., who died Pendleton 14 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Madison county farm Bureau opel Young International representative of Law local 662. Sense experts before putting a re organization plan before Congress. Mothers polio continued from Ardson Audie Phillips and John Leever. The Fop contingent will be directed by capt. Noble Higgins of the Anderson police department. The Junior police will be under the direction of w. E. Bennett and William Breece. A none wishing to contribute May Call 6030 and a representative will Call on them. Headquarters for the affair will Meridian St. Be 1531 satisfaction guaranteed pc Downs son cleaners 1615 control rear 1600 main Lincoln dinner continued from Snow and mixture seen for much of state the Weatherman has forecast Cloudy skies with Light Snow or Snow mixed with Early to Day in Central Indiana. Little change in temperature was indicated. A High of 38 during the Day May be followed by a Low near. 30 tonight. Cloudy skies and Little temper Battle with the Aid of Money put up by Texas Oil millionaires Clint Murchison and Richardson. Young said the value of nyc Stock would go up and stay up after he took Over. He boasted nature change were indicated for that the Road by c most of Indiana monday. Beat Railroad investments discussion of plans for 1958 elec Tion year activities. Other new officers to be in stalled at the tuesday meeting Are mrs. E. C. Toner honorary vice president mrs. C. J. Stan Ley first vice president mrs. Mae Hollingsworth second vice president mrs. Albert Schaefer recording Secretary mrs. Robert Heineman corresponding Secre tary and mrs. Perry House treasurer. New directors for the club Are Helen Gustin mrs. Lucille Wright mrs. Stella Mcdaniel mrs. Frank Allis mrs. Ruth Sav age mrs. Howard Barnhizer Andi mrs. Grace Woodward. The hostess committee tuesday includes mrs. Stanley mrs. Hol Lingsworth mrs. Mcdaniel and mrs. Barnhizer. Standing committees for 1958 1 will also be named at the tues Day evening meeting. 63 suites to choose from save on All of these Fine suites by Drexel Kling american Broyhill Bald Knob and other reputable manufacturers. 3-pc. Bookcase bed suite modern styling with plastic top on Dresser bed Chest. Reg. Several Odd chests dressers Price 50 Many streets and roads continued dangerous last night from the snowfall which covered much of North and Central portions of the state Friday. Failure to get help ends in Man s death Riple w. A. Us Raymond Porter Johnson 53, of Wheeling. W. Va., suffered a heart Market Friday. Friday night and got out of his Young whose height of five in the nation and said that the Only reason it had never before realized its full potential was be cause of Morgan and Vanderbilt interests in it. Nyc Stock which was in the Low 20s during the proxy Battle went up to nearly s50 a share. Then in late 1956, the railroads in general began to lose Money and nyc Stock nosedive to around 13. It closed at 15.5 on Purchase Sale As Little As Down 24 months to pay automatic Gas Range with this exciting 3-in-l feature Hospital dismissals car to try to Flag Down help. Cars kept passing him by. Feet inches earned him the nickname of the smallest texan St. Dismissed from St. John s hos Pital were Clyde Harless 4717 Clearview or. Mrs. Sleety Woolman it. 4. Mrs. Cecil Hobbs it. 3. James Fogarty 2405 w. 13th Middle of Riddle is highly aluminium. Grills whole meal at one time eggs pancakes chops or steaks. Perfect for company Mcavis. A fifth Burner appears when griddle is removed and grate is in place. Added Cook ing area when company comes or big meals must be prepared. Work space is never lost at the expense of these cooking features. Spotless porcelain cover fits Over griddle area creating extra work space. Johnson the Side in the squared off during of his car As he waved to passing his fabulous Rise with Many of motorists in a desperate Effort to j Wall Street s mighty including the get help. Several times he fell into morgans Mellons Vanderbilt buy now and save shop sundays 12 noon til 7 . Mcdonald s show rooms inc. Junction 9 and 67 Phona 3.6971 Anderson Indiana mud at the Highway Edge. Finally nearly an hour and a half later a taxicab stopped and the Driver mrs. Anne Winters called an ambulance. Eddison Parsons a funeral Home operator came to the scene with an oxygen equipped ambulance and Harriman. In most cases he emerged the Winner. He made his first million in the Stock Market crash of 1929. He amassed a Fortune doing what others considered unorthodox. His mrs. Freddy Cooper and 1604 w. 19th St. Mrs. Clifford Carey and Daugh Ter Markleville. Mrs. Arthur Kollross and daughter 107 n. Shore or. Mrs. Lowell Hardacre and son 1k42 6th St. Mrs. William Weimer and son 816 Freemont or. Forts was in buying seemingly mrs. Beatrice Kiihn 18w mor worthless securities reorganizing ton St. And As Johnson told his and making them mrs. Ruth Valenti 2630 Mon rushed him to a Hospital. The had an uncanny Knack for i Roe St. Johnson died about three min a producing dividends. Theodore Mitchell 1401 Pearl utes after a doctor began admin i the hardest work i Ever did i St. Stering treatment at Kessel Clin was punching cattle Down in mrs. Daisy Grigsby 1833 e. In. He once said. It was 19th St. Parsons said or. James Kessel More strenuous than fighting mrs. Esther Martin 231 reported if the Man had re Bankers for control of St. Cei Ved proper attention after the Young was attacked As Brash i mrs. Bess Roach 821 Henry St. Heart attack he would have sur-1 promoter by Many. But he re mrs. Myrtle Raison 2231 to gets pc award Indiana Junior chamber presented its annual Good govern Ament award saturday night to Rodney s. Rankin Hobart Lake county officer. The citation said Rankin is Well known for his fairness and firmness in Law enforcement and is an outstanding Leader in guid ing youth in his area. Fused to be valedictorian of his graduating class at Culver Mili tary Academy because of shyness. I St. Cust St. Thomas Hughston 718 e. 20th Richmond hotel sold Dewayne Charles St. Stepleton 3905 St. Richmond ind. Fri Sale of mrs. Pearl Mckeand 926 w. The Leland hotel to associated.5th St hotels Chicago was announced William Davis 2200 Walnut St saturday by mrs. Gath Freeman. Mrs Stevens 2203 Noble managing director. The Price not disclosed. No staff changes Are contemplated for the 200-room hotel which opened in 1928. Spacious modern Homelike Waltz Hiday funeral Homi West 10th and Delaware phone 8857 named gop chairman Delphi ind. Up Delmar Bailey Delphi late saturday was named Carroll county Republican chairman to succeed Delphi attorney George Obear. Obear resigned because of pressing woman found parents of miss Emily Philpott 21, of 2317 e. Third St., we re summoned to Peru yesterday after authorities Frund the Young woman in that Indiana City. She left Home Friday without leaving word where she was going. Emily suffers from a chronic nervous disease. She returned Home with her parents. The Hardwick automatic Range offers you the convenience features that add to your cooking pleasure. No other Range offers these Lux Ury features at such wonder Ful prices. Take advantage of the special Hardwick values during our special Purchase Sale. 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