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Chicago Tribune (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Chicago, IllinoisIt a he Mav a to be 1 Quot the world s greatest a a thex Mirlam paper Faran trient newspaper founded Juno 10.1847 to pages sports f k k k s in Al volume a xxx no. 19 5��55lf� s8888 n&0� monday january 23, 1961 f Price seven cent Cut More Chicago train Kennedy Rusk map policy editors digest of today a news january 23. 1901 National Chicago to Cleveland operations of new York Central Railroad arc halted in the spreading strike of 664 Harbor Marine workers against 11 railroads. About 3,000 workers in the Chicago area face Layoff because of the Central s freight embargo. Secretary of labor Arthur Goldberg joins gov. Nelson Rockefeller and mayor Robert f. Wagner in new York City Parley to end strike. Page i Iowa firm involved in Bank funds embezzlement awaits arrival today of Elliott Roosevelt its financial adviser in the Hope he can find a solution to its financial difficulties linked to closing of the Bank. Fired president of company is arraigned on charge of aiding and abetting embezzlement by daughter of Bank a president. Page i subzero cold wave bringing Shivers and record breaking Low temperatures to new England and Eastern states drives freezing temperatures into Central Florida. However Citrus and vegetable crops Are damaged Only slightly by Frost. Page 20 Washington president Kennedy confers with Secretary of state Dean Rusk and Chester Bowles on foreign affairs. President a1 a sets up special advisory committee to Deal with ethics and conflict of interest questions in government. Page 1 Chicago Given report i on meeting with Nikita president names ethics advisers by \v1l�iam Anderson Peel tit tin Bath rat chum. Ii Gnu i pm a a nil Washington. Jan. 22�?president Kennedy on tho third Day of his administration today 1. Conferred with Dean Rusk Secretary of stale and Chester Bowles designated As undersecretary of state on department affairs. 2. Created a three Man advisory panel to Deal with ethics in government and conflict of interest issues. Creoles ethics panel 3. Appointed an undersecretary of the Navy and two aids to the Secretary of Commerce. The president met with Ruik and bowies to discuss organization of the state department. One of the topics discussed n. Y. Central Calls embargo on freight fear layoffs in City As rail strike widens approximately 3,000 new York Central Railroad workers in the Chicago area May Rockefeller arid Goldberg move to end tie up by Vincent Butler Ric Lur a a pm 2 Schrim Tuftan pah Omlei new York Jan. 22�?vir-be thrown off their Job by a freight embargo and Discon # of to nuance of passenger serv he a a Jerber Marine ices Between Chicago and workers against 11 railroads. Cleveland announced pc Star the Central said it was Day by officials of the rail halting service out of Clave Road. Land and Emba going All the number of employees freight operations of the Laid off could double if the line the Cleveland develop in Cal came after the appear Nncy at he Rai Road Termi Nal there of pickets from Lii two the seafarer s International /1ww-18un to Tomiko today Union one of the three unions involved in the strike. A spokesman for the Central said that service in Cleveland would be halted with i the arrival of trains from mini uni rss i Chicago. Cincinnati and St. Gattman m. W. Dunn Post Louis sign in la Salle Street nation embargo remains in effect Hopes had risen this development came vice and gambling Casino personal Gold mince a of gang Leader Sam Mooney i Cia Neana is threat Kimkhe it i a Ureda. D. A son due Stork left behind ened by decision of Illinois supreme court. The Rul ing which holds that indictments against operators of the Den at 6540 Milwaukee av., Niles township Are sufficient to establish gambling Consi Pray charges paves the Way for prosecution by the states attorneys office. Page 4 expressway systems of Illinois Indiana and Michigan All come within r few Miles of each other at the Southern end of Lake Michigan but do not meet. A Tribune Survey shows the quickest and easiest Way for a Motorist to travel from one system to another on existing highways and tells the prospects for construction of High Speed connections in the future. Page 10 a special detail of detectives will be appointed to seek solutions to the baffling murders of seven Chicago children beginning with the killing of three Northwest Side boys in 1955 and including the nov. 12 slaying of Gloria Kowalewicz. 9. The detail will consist of about 10 detectives with knowledge of the cases who will take the assignment Quot As a Challenge with a determination to find the Page 14 first class of Merit scholarships established in 1956, establishes distinguished record in colleges and universities Survey shows. Of 461 winners almost 80 per cent have graduated with academic honors and three out of four Are enrolled in advanced studies. The winners also have shown outstanding ability As student group leaders. Page is it. Gen Samuel t. Lawton former Illinois National guard commander and chairman of the City zoning Board of appeals is dead at the age of 76. A Veteran of both world wars he had a distinguished career As a Soldier and an attorney. He had been a tary of the Navy today was member of the zoning Board since 1946 and served Fay or a san a Rancho fundamental improvement in relations Between our court tries and a normalization of the whole International reports on talk a report also was nude to the president on a conversation which took place yesterday Between Khrushchev and Llewellyn Thompson the United slates ambassador to Russia. Thompson had cabled Rusk a secret report of he meeting. The meeting of state department officials Here lasted about two and one half hours in the president s sparsely furnished office. Included at the briefing was Ralph Dun Gan a special pics Dontia assistant. The new committee on ethics is expected to report to the president by March 13. Headed by sex judge the three Man panel is headed by Calvert Magrudor a former untied states Cir Cuil court of appeals judge. The other members Are prof. Bael is Manning of Yale Law school and Jefferson Ford Ham. Dean of the University of Pennsylvania Law school. Selected for under score in Iowa today harried firm Hopes he has answers Long enough to Idle clerks Hope had to a a and office workers of the rail settlement of the strike that hat paralysed the new Road a spokesman said Haven Railroad As Well As the those affected fir will be cd Lral an j in accied the conductors engineers and ally Economy. Brakeman he a Aid. At gov. Nelson a. Rocke the freight embargo and Feller s Midtown office a passenger service cuts came conference was in session in the Wake of a maritime with Federal state and City Sheldon. Ia., Jan 22 spe Cial a Elliott Roo Etcil financial adviser to the Northern biochemical corporation will arrive Here about noon tomorrow to meet with the firm harried directors it takes plane a As its chairman since 1948. It. 4, p. 9 International newspapers in Russia express Hope for improved russian american relations with the administration of president Kennedy. Piping newspapers however predict american foreign policy will not be changed by the new administration. Page 2 Premier Fidel Castro shifts cubans emphasis from battling phantom invaders to increasing production notably of food thru out the Island. Invasion alerts have been cancelled and government speakers Call on cuban people to help strengthen the country. Page 3 a Queen Elizabeth ii. A bit apprehensive at the Start rides an elephant at Rose coloured Palace of the Maharaja of Jaipur. The Queen first British non Orch to visit India in half a Century and her husband Prince Philip see pageantry recreated from Days of the Mogul emperors. Page 4 a rift within israelis coalition government is smoothed Over when the Cabinet accepts an apology from Premier David Ben Gurion. Controversy Over the a Lavon affairs had threatened to wreck the coalition government. Pages x business Man who was in the president patrol torpedo boat Squadron in world War ii. Pierre Salinger the Presl Dent press Secretary said Fay la a Republican Rowland Burnstan. 59. Of 229 e. Lake Shore dr., Chicago president of the Borg a Warner International corporation and a former economist in the Commerce department was announced As a a nominee for assistant secretary1 of Commerce. Hick Man Pride or. Of Detroit also was picked for a Commerce Post the p Ess Secretary said both the president and Luther h.1 Hodges Commerce Secretary wanted men in tho Post who were capable lot participating in foreign and Domestic affair. Burnstan received part of his education at Heidelberg University in Germany and continued on Page 2, col. 4 i map Jef Temam i Harold a intr or. On Way to court. Was announced tonight by one of Roosevelt s associates. The 10 directors who abruptly fired Harold kist nor or. 35. As the firm s president Friday have been in a dither since a Iftner was jailed last night on a charge of abetting a More than 2 million Dollar Bank embezzlement. They have been hoping that Roosevelt would show up with a plan for tiding the corporation Over its financial crisis. Ask where s Elliott the questions Quot where s Elliott Quot and Quot when will be get Here Quot were bruised about town most of the Day by directors and others with an interest in tho welfare of the firm an Enterprise less than two years old with 125 employees and a $10,000 weekly payroll. The answer was Given late in the Day by Hugo Buerger if of Golden colo., who has been Here since wednesday As a Roosevelt spokesmen. He said Elliott will Fly Here from Washington. D. C., arriving Between 12 and 12 30 p. M continued on Page 2, col. 1 a Iriente to Law Rwy a Loki Best. The net her lands Jan. 22�?he was just a Little Stork. He was born in the zoo in Munster. Germany and in the autumn had flapped away to Heligoland on the North sea to join storks from Othor parts of Europe for the annual flight boh111 for a Winter in Central Africa. The Birds ape thru Holland ast month the burghers of Best who make most of Holland s wooden shoes these Days put up Straw covered Wagon wheels As resting places. Some believe storks bring Good Luck. Fed and rested the storks flew on All except this Little fellow. He made it As far As the roof of St. Elizabeth s school for girls and there he just sat Call on priest tho girls offered him various foods but he would t Cal after several Days they a Cal to the town Hall to Tell the mayor. Guido no lormans. As the no Ghat grew colder the mayor called father Simon an Eindhoven priest with a reputation for having a Way with Birds and animals. Father Simon said the Little Bird was Loo weak and too Small to Fly Sway by a self. Unless something were done it would Pine away and Dio he proposed an air lift the children of Best ran from House to House and soon had 250 florins enough to buy one Way passage on dutch air liner to Kano in Nigeria Bey Ana the Sahara. Flown tit Kano so the firemen took the Stork from tho school roof and the priest look it to the Airport near Amsterdam. A plane whisked it overnight across Europe the Mediterranean the Sahara. In almost no time the Rule Bird was at Kano. A Happy ending to tho tale cannot yet be told. For his helpers helped More than \ then to Buffalo and yesterday to Cleveland. Make final runs the iwo remaining passenger trains Between Chi a Cago and Cleveland made final runs yesterday Kaftor picket lines were i formed in Cleveland. The a dropping of the two trains a brought the total of sus Albany i Lnu Arhur Gold k Mccre tary of labor flew Liero from Washington this afternoon to Olla met to relieve the tie up. Also in attendance were Rockefeller mayor Robert f. Wagner and the chief negotiators for the disputants. The situation was precipitated 14 Days ago when members of the s. I. U., the International organization of a Stork netting on Wogon wheel atop Chimney in Europe. A operating eight trains four j in each direction between1 they know. They did t count on the great Speed advantage of planes Over storks. The flight of storks is somewhere to the North Over sea or Sand. At Kano the Little Stork is warm hut still alone and perhaps a bit confused. Reports Alto say he still won t eat. Masters mates and pilots Pended passenger trains that and the Marine engineers either came into or left Chi beneficial workers walked Cago to 10. Ii jobs of Manning the new York cd neral still a a finals and ferry boats. Have 664 members the unions 004 members the weather idiom my. in to. Iii Calcaro and Detroit Normal passenger service is being maintained Between Chicago and Cincinnati with two trains in each direction Dally the Only other new York Central passenger service out of Chicago is four Dally commuter train i two each Way Between Chicago and Elkhart. Ind. The full effect of yesterday s freight embargo won t be Felt for about 48 hours according to the Railroad have idled More than 12.500 railway workers and inconvenienced 100.000 commuter. This they did by throwing up picket lines for from Iho waterfront their picketing dosed grand Central Ermmal which is used by the Central and the new Haven. They sent pickets to outlying Points on the railroads. They also have Lliel picket in action at Pennsylvania station but thus far the crows of the Pennsylvania and Long Chicago and Vicinity a. Fair and continued fold a spokesman. We re going to to and a Lora 5 which use the today High. 10 to 15 to deliver every piece of Zero to 8 below us Lerly a a it hat a now a winds at 10 to is m. P. said. Quot the workers will be tomorrow fair and cold. I a Quot a Quot lil this u completed. A Omilini la l Visnu i air Tad #�?�14 to Ftp Ajr he a. T i 14 he attn in a a Row. Twat Ferran Rall in it crib and Paf Tler Cloudy la Taythi Ranti Arifi cold. Wrath my Many re cold hta Lar rat adj in fair Tad Nold. Met. It u i Law Ifim a i Lula. Nwn�4ntca in Cinco car. I t a a. M w i n m i to a. A. A 11a it a a. A i a 3 n a a a a. T a a a . A a a. A it a. �1 he h a Nedima i a. M3 14bi 4 . A a. A a i nut. I a. I law4. Me hoop o. M us w.hi1 a a a tin a to Lioi Fob a a it a a. Ills. A a a. Cat in wot. It i limit fan want Miami mar Mam. Embi Dan. My i my my ref is Bam a him att Taai. A a. Is. Mim Hiffa fit 1 def War. Animal. S4 Wollk l Nitu to. It Loti a . T a. A i Art tract his a. It. Hwn Nanik i Lavt mtg fam a bid Turiw. It m. A b a 1 11 1hc. Rumm Flor. A my. Tout i 0 m.14.it. To arid a Art a n44 St won t accept cargo he said the Railroad is not accepting cargo at any of its stations. Quot the main purpose of the embargo is to keep freight from piling he explained. Before the strike the rail Road averaged Between 35, 000 and 40.000 carloads of freight a Day. Including approximately 12,000 carloads that came thru the Chicago area. The spokesman said the Railroad will get the freight to its Destin Ouon Quot in the Best Way we can. But 1 doubt if any of our freight trains follows anything resembling an accurate the Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad a subsidiary of the new York Central line which serves 000 industries in the Chicago area is not included in the embargo. .1 i terminal have refused to Honor the picket lines. Tho Central is the second largest Railroad in the nation. It operates 10.500 Miles of track from new York to Chicago and St Louis. Today s action will bring virtually All of in to a halt. Only Small Seg meals from Chicago to Elkhart. Ind. Chicago to Detroit and Chicago to Cincinnati will continue to operate. There also is a Small amount of track being operated in Massachusetts. Dispute is Over jobs the railroads and the unions have been arguing Over wages and other issues but the chief stumbling Block to a settlement has been Job Security. The unions want a new contract to a pacify that no jobs be eliminated on five Man tug Crews. The railroads which say they Ore losing 500 million dollars a year As a result of Feather bedding practices say Thoy must remain free to abolish unnecessary jobs. It

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