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Berkshire Eagle (Newspaper) - August 31, 1963, Pittsfield, Massachusetts Hoover voices views deadline is extended for airline protest Washington civil Board Friday granted Northeast airlines an addition to 15 Days to seek reconsideration of the decision that the com Piny must give up its new York Florida route Northeast had said interests would be gravely prejudiced if it were required to its petition for reconsideration by 4 cab associate chief examiner Thomas l Wrett notified North dirt that the filing Date had been extended to sept 19 Northeast has applied for a to help it continue operations the Board has ruled that sub of helicopter plucks hikers from Kathadin Millinocket Maine an air Force helicopter plucked from the slopes of mount Kalah Din today a roman Catholic priest youth who cd a doctor they had fallen into a Crevasse thurs Day the Rev Harold a Fubler 27 of West Stockbridge mass and Samuel t Kirkorian 19 of West Medford were taken to the Milli Nocket Community Hospital where they were held for observation or h c Gilman said the two apparently suffered no serious in jury and there were no broken Bones he said Kirkorian is a northeastern University student first reports from the air Force identified them As Mem Bers of a boy scout hiking party Gilman said they told him they fell 30 to 40 feet into the Crevasse thursday they got out or Gilman said he didst and walked to a state Park ran Gers Camp on Chimney Pond thursday night Sidy payments will Start Only when Northeast drops its Florida service and reverts to operations As a new England regional air line legislation rending earlier Friday Massachusetts members of Congress announced they would offer legislation to per Mit Northeast airlines to obtain permanent routes South of new York sen Edward m Kennedy d and Leverett Saltonstall i announced jointly they and several Massachusetts House members would introduce Bills to permit Northeast to get permanent licenses for present temporary routes South of new York the senators said in a joint state ment hearings sup dirt views the recent Senate aviation subcommittee hearings held at our request have in our judg ment confirmed the extremely serious consequences which will re sult from the civil aeronautics boards announced refusal to re new these routes the boards decision will have a severe and unfortunate effect for the Economy of new England for Strong air Venice for our peo ple and for the future of Competition in the Airliner Industry passage of this legislation would reaffirm congressional pol icy to maintain the stimulus of airline Competition to the fullest extent practicable it will Correct the severe economic Impact of the civil aeronautics boards action the legislation we propose is patterned after the 1955 Tion which permitted local Venice carriers to obtain permanent certification on temporary routes this Bill would permit earners such As Northeast to apply for permanent certificates if they have furnished air service under temporary authority for 6 years unless that sender has been in adequate and inefficient reps Brad Morse and Hastings Keith Massachusetts republicans had announced earlier they were introducing such legislation in the House May we explain the facts of life insurance real phone i great Barrington j e Wolfe president to Complete rail Board 4 Mem hers chosen admit inability to pick 3 More Washington a h will be up to president Kennedy to name the three Neutral members of the Railroad labor arbitration Board representatives of the railroads and the decided quickly Friday that they could not agree on the Choice of neutrals asst Secretary of labor James j Reynolds said j e Wolfe chief negotiator for the railroads told him he had discussed the matter by Telephone with h e Gilbert president of the Falcio brotherhood of locomotive fire men and engine men and that the two could not agree on three choices to round out a seven member Board two from each Side under legislation passed by Congress to Avert a nationwide Railroad strike the arbitration Board is to consist of two Mem Bers appointed by the railroads two named by the unions and three chosen by these first four in the event of a disagreement the president was directed to round out the boards member ship the legislation signed by Ken Nedy last wednesday allowed 10 Days for setting up the panel hut Wolfe and Gilbert apparently decided it was hopeless to try to get together on three Neutral members the carriers thursday designated Wolfe and Guy w Knight vice president in charge of labor relations for the Pennsylvania rail Road As their panel members Friday the unions announced their selections Gilbert and r h Mcdonald vice president of the Falcio brotherhood of Railroad trainmen the issues to be settled by bind ing arbitration involve the rail roads proposed elimination of 32000 firemen jobs and a reduction of train Crew service members Guy w Knight k 11 Mcdonald 11 e i Hurt one stay Only Back to school Raincoat special rubber parkas with heavy durable rubber coating throughout Roomy Hood with adjustable draw string 100 Waterproof full Zipper closure special Price of 399 while they last Olive drab Only miss women sizes lower level fabulous buys on Back to school handbags 295 and up plus tax top Grain Seton leathers Madis trimmed with leather Belgium Linen trimmed with leather Man floor store Forest fires worse this year Washington science serv ice the 1963 Forest fire rec Ord is Likely to be the worst in Many years the number of for est fires during the first half o 1963 was 86000 up 25 per cent from the same period last year the total acreage burned More than two million acres was almost double a dry Spring and summer particularly in the East is Rispon sible for much of the damage the us department of agriculture warns that As the fall sea son nears it is particularly important to pay extra attention to fire safety measures save sure you can contrary to popular belief All Auto insurance in Massachusetts does not Cost the same when buying that new car this fad let us show you the substantial savings that Are possible on collision and comprehensive coverage savings As High As if you qualify similar savings on All other forms of insurance too for an estimate on How much you can save Call or come into the office no obligation of course Smrtka Stet 4434171 in Toner Par tag in rear Mundt questions Solidarity of nuclear treaty supporters Washington a sen Karl e Mundt red ques Joned today whether the top heavy committee vote to put the limited nuclear test ban treaty before the Senate necessarily Means the pact will be ratified without reservations he had some support among other members of the Senate for Ign relations committee which voted 16 to 1 thursday to recommend ratification without the attachment of special provisos out most democrats and some re publicans disagreed Mundt was one of the majority in the committee vote but in a statement today he pointed out that he and a number of other committeemen reserved the right to vote for any needed reservations or against ratification of the treaty itself Mundt along with some of the others said he will study any additional data on the pact from the Senate armed services com Mittee or the Senate o u s e atomic Energy committee before taking a final position debate starts sept 9 meanwhile retired darn a thur w Radford former chair Man of the joint chiefs of staff sharply criticized the treaty in a letter to the foreign relations committee Radford statement called he pact imprecise and vague and said that unless we insist upon clarification now we will find ourselves in great difficulties later on sen j w Fulbright chairman of the foreign relations commit tee predicted there will be no More than 20 votes against the pact and he expects and Hopes there will to less sen George d Aiken rat who originally forecast at least a 4 to 1 majority said today he would not be surprised if opponents mustered no More than 12 to 15 votes ratification requires a two thirds majority or 67 if All the 100 senators vote sen Russell b Long la cast the Only committee vote against recommending ratification without any reservation he called thursdays vote Pierna Ture and said his action does not necessarily mean he will oppose the treaty on the floor Afulei further study the treaty would ban testing in powerful tube san Francisco science serv new Electron tube that weighs 400 pounds and puts out As much Power As several Small automobiles was introduced Here by Raythelon company at an electronics show the 570horsepower microwave tube is still in the developmental stage but already promises to boost considerably the perform Ance of radar installations and other microwave systems its extremely High Power can be concentrated to produce changes in biological specimens or to Gen Erate free radicals it can also thaw heat or Cook foods and dry or Seal materials in Industry England closed monday labor Day have the atmosphere under water and in outer space but not Jumior ground a forma report will be submitted tuesday or wednesday making Clear the us position that in the event of any armed aggression endangering a vital in Terest of the United states this nation will be the sole judge As to when and where it will use its nuclear weapons in Sel defense or in support of its allies Fulbright said there will be no Effort to Rush action in the sen ate saying lie favors a full and thorough discussion he added he Doest believe de Bate should take More than a week Berkshire Eagle subscription rates 45 cents per week postal zones 14 postal App 400 zone Miles 58 one month s Joo i 220 three months 500 so six months 950 to 70 one year igbo jo90 change of address to avoid interruption of service subscribers by mail please notify local Post office and the Berk Shire Eagle giving old address As Well As new second class postage paid at Putli Flold Massachusetts the Berkshire Eagle saturday aug 31 Hoover voices views crime fighting hindered by Valachi disclosures Washington a recent disclosures about the nationwide crime Syndicate known As Cosa Nostra will make the fight against it More difficult j Edgar Hoover said Friday Hoover Fri director publicly evaluated for the first time the Justice departments disclosure that Joseph Valachi 33year member of the Syndicate had spilled to Federal agents Many of its operating secrets and named its chieftains recent disclosures in the fight against organized crime serve in a larger degree to magnify the enormous task which lies ahead Hoover said in the Bis septem Ber Law enforcement bulletin Hoover gave substance to re cent reports that the Fri had opposed atty Gen Robert f Ken Nedys decision to make Public the Valachi Story and bring the mobster out of hiding to testify next month before a Senate sub committee the Fri is known to be firmly opposed to disclosing for any names of informants for fear its vital underworld sources oof information will dry up hoovers description of the Valachi revelations left the Dis Tinct impression that they were largely stale news rather than providing new in formation Hoover said Valachi tales corroborated and bal listed the facts developed Bop the Fri As Early As 1961 disclosed the makeup of the land horde the Valachi talks began to june 1962 he said a Justice department source has described the Valachi As a major intelligence break through by Bostoni i drug ring is smashed Boston up a new yorker to Boston drug ring was smashed Early Friday when vice squad detectives arrested three men seized Worth of the three were charged with suspicion and violation of narcotic drug Laws and held for appearance later today in District court the arrests which were made in three raids came on a tip from a us Treasury agents one of1 whom worked directly with Boston detectives about 100 decks of illegal drug including 40 decks pure heroin were found on the suspects have you tried Royal cleaners9 laundry service Pillow cleaning 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