Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland
10 Aug 1958

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10 Aug 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - August 10, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather fair warmth today High w h m six sections general feature society Cit area news sports comics family weekly vol 219 Frau Cumberland Maryland sunday August 10 1958 Prthu Mot Fox Price fifteen cents sub Summit conference seen Union head nabbed for arson Case Kierdorf Best Friend ordered held by police in the Agio Clofed presi Flint Mich Thompson a teamsters Union business agent was ordered held saturday for investigation of arson in a dry cleaning shop Blaze which the state contends backfired and made a human Torch of fellow unionist Frank Kierdorf Michigan atty Gen Paul l Adams who ordered Thompson held described him As the closest Friend of Kierdorf and also a Busi Ness agent of the same Flint teamsters local 332 and like Kierdorf Thompson 41 is an sex convict Adams said Thompsons Finger prints had been found on the Sta Tion Wagon the state contends Kierdorf used in the suspected torching of the cleaning shop if he had any other information in ordering Thompson booked charge Adams say but he did Tell newsmen he was running Down a number of tips of interest which have come Forth in the last 12 Kierdorf 56 died thursday in a Pontiac Hospital of Burns which had seared 85 per cent of his body sunday night he first told authorities he was set ablaze by two gun men who had lured him from his Flint Home on the pretext of tend ins to Union business and then dumped him on the Pontiac Hospi Tal grounds t police shot that Story full of holes and Adams said saturday these questions were being checked out 1 was Kierdorf getting Money from Flint cleaners who wanted their employees to remain unorganized 2 was Kierdorf operating a Protection service being paid by one cleaner to drive rivals out of Busi Ness Adams said evidence indicated Kierdorf had been burned in set Ting the Flint dry cleaning shop caught in an explosion As he groped in the dark for a dropped flashlight a flashlight was found in the burned shop so was a pair of charred glasses Kierdorf wore glasses six in family killed in crash near Pittsburgh Meadville a members of a Pittsburgh family spanning four generations were killed saturday in a violent collision Between a passenger car and a truck loaded with 17 tons of Coal killed were mrs Elizabeth malay 27 three of her children aged 3 to 6 years her Mother mrs Elizabeth Floyd about 47 and her grandmother mrs Anna Hilbert 70 the children were Theodore 6 Kalhleen 5 and Anna Marie 3 mrs Hilbert was the mrs floyds Mother the father Theodore 28 and one other child Susan Patri Cia 5 months were listed in fair condition Virgil Mowry s3 the truck Driver from Greenville escaped with Only a scratched Elbow the passenger car driven by mrs malay apparently was struck broadside by the big Coal truck after she had pulled onto the main Highway into the trucks path the Impact of the collision hurled the car 75 feet Down the Roadway into an embankment the truck upset spilling its car go of Coal Over the Highway Fiir face Ervin urges Falcio to Start rival Union by g Milton Kelly Washington a j Ervin or dec urged the Falcio saturday to consider setting up a rival to the giant teamsters Union which he said is run by traded for truck a Matron at the Tulsa okla juvenile shelter holds 20weekold Paul Readdy whose parents or and mrs Richard Readdy Shamokin traded him for a 1957 Model truck the parents and truck owner Jesse l Burger 42 Al Dorado Springs to Are being held by police the couple also got Money a criminals and gangster associates Ervin is a member of the Senate rackets investigating committee which last week heard teamster president James r Hoffa to Slimy has had More important things to do than take action against Union officials with criminal records members of the com Millie voiced astonishment at this Alii Ludo chairman John l Mcclellan dark Lold Hoffa you sur sirens Alert chinese reds in Formosa round yourself Wilh criminals and you keep them there and in tend to keep them there if you can Lave your promises action there will be action Lakin in due Hoffa replied its not right or fair for you to say there s something wrong with my leadership because i dont deprive peo ple of a right to a Ervin a reporter saturday he believes the Falcio now must give serious thought to set Ling up a new transportation Union to provide a place for honest teamsters members to thousands and thousands who wont want a Union led by crime nals associates of gangsters and fifth amendment leaders in whom they can repose no the Falcio while leaving the Way open to take some such step in the put primary emphasis on appeals to the team sters Rankan file to vote out of office any corrupt officials expelled members Al Cio president George Mcany said 10 Days ago he looks Forward to the Day when Mem Bers of the teams Lars Union who have been victims of shameless exploration by some of their Lead ers will take the necessary Steps within this Union so Hal in can Lake ils proper place in the Al the Falcio last year expelled the Union As corruptly led sen Irving m Ives Rny said he believes one major difficulty in the Way of establishing a rival Union is where to turn for Leader Trust worthy and trusted Able enough to represent their members skilfully in collective bargaining and Tough enough to handle the rigorous opposition the teamsters would surely offer Taipei Formosa up air raid sirens alerted the chinese nationalist Matsu Island Arrison into full Battle positions saturday amid reports that red China has moved bombers Inte coastal airbases thre Aluning nationalist China the sirens sounded when four communist Mig fighters were sighted Southwest of Matsu nationalist chivas northernmost off labor department advises youths to get education Washington up the Laj Bor department saturday advised Youthful to absorb All the education and training icy can to prepare for the highly tech Nical world of tomorrow the department issued a 66 Page Job guide for Young workers which contains tips to teenagers culled from the Darby Day experience of Public employ ment office specialists the nations labor Force is changing and will require 43 per the Dupar Lenl noted in the Book let youngsters deciding red Leader loaded with propaganda grow Miyko expected to head soviets Moscow minis Ler Andrei Gromyko will make As much propaganda capital As pos sible on the Middle East situation when he appears before the general Assembly emergency session despite earlier reports from abroad Premier Nikita Khrushchev is not heading the soviet delegation nor is he expected to make a Surprise appearance there after the meeting gels under Way Gromyko is perfectly capable of denouncing Western intervene lion in the Middle East As re Shore Island nationalist group troops on Matsu were ordered to Battle posts but he red planes disappeared with out combat the Alert lasted for 10 minutes three similar air alerts had been sounded on Matsu 12 Miles off the red China coast within three hours Friday afternoon authoritative sources mean while said the chinese communists had sent More Sovio Buill Mig fighters to lung Chi airbase Only 20 minutes flying Lime from Formosa soviet paper reports Nautilus London up the official Sovil Tass news Agency slur Day night reported the Polar Voy age of the u s nuclear submarine Nautilus in a two paragraph bulletin the Brief Tass item intended for sunday morning papers was broadcast by radio Moscow this and a Brief report in r Dio Moscow overseas service saturday night were the Only mentions of the Nautilus feat thus far by the soviet press and radio sound singly As anyone else in the said one Western dip Lomat most diplomats Here expect Gromyko to come up with no sur Prises in new York the main lines of the Kremlin charges Al ready have been drawn they Are that the United states and Britain Are committing open aggression and Hal they plan new aggression against Iraq the Kremlin is demanding the withdrawal of u s and British troops from Lebanon and Jordan this is the main theme for Gro Myko the tireless exponent of the Kremlin views however often they have been slated before the size and Caliper of the Dele gation he is heading in the u n is an indication of the full scale barrage the Kremlin is planning a possible Surprise the russians might pull Are fresh charges or purported documentation of fresh charges that the United states and Britain Are planning new aggression in the Middle East a Small minority of Moscow diplomats think there still is a Chance Khrushchev might make a Lale appearance before the Gener Al Assembly new commander Harrisonburg a delegates to the annual Conven Tion of the 80th Blue Ridge division veterans Assn saturday elected s j Mcalister of Chattanooga As commander and picked Cincinnati for next oars meeting new policy peace maker Eisenhower and Dulles working on new program by John m Hightower Washington a the Eisenhower administration is Shap ing a new policy aimed at having the United nations take Over from individual great Powers the Job of making peace and keeping order in the Middle East the White House said saturday that president Eisenhower at Gettysburg and Secretary of state Dulles Here Are working to com plete their program for this weeks emergency session of the u n general Assembly from other sources it was Learned that the program under consideration is to ask the to take Over Middle East with full Assurance of sup port James c Hagerty while House press Secretary said Dulles will head the regular delegation he said Eisenhower might go to new York but if he did so it would be for Only a Brief time general terms actually the present planning is to Divide up the assignment officials said any speech by Eisen Hower would Deal in general terms Wilh the Mideast problem and probably contain some big sur prise in the Field of economic development Dulles is certain to demand that the so Viet Union and the United Arab Republic of president Gamal Abdul Nasser Stop using in the explosive area what Dulles Calls indirect aggression in the Middle East itself the Sale department found one encouraging fact and one worrisome element each of these May have an important Impact on the mood of the 81nation general Assembly meeting in new York conditions better conditions in Lebanon Are so far stabilized that a Start May be made shortly on withdrawal of sent in in mid july this would show to the general Assembly a willingness to get the troops out but a cause of increasing con Cern Here is the state of affairs in nearby Jordan which Britain undertook to protect after the coup which overthrew King Faisal in neighbouring Iraq july 14 Jor dans King Hussoin has Little pop ular support his great supporter in earlier crises has been King Saud of saudi Arabia evidence last week that saudi Arabia and Nasser government were negotiating to Patch up their differences appeared Here to weaken further Hussein shaky regime United Auto workers defer strike action by Dwight Pitkin Detroit United Auto workers executive Board withheld saturday immediate authorization for strike action at the big three Auto makers plants the Board voted to defer action several hours after the Hoover claims exp residents Are Busy men new York whal does an sex president do Herbert Hoover who celebrates his 84th birthday monday Chuck led As he answered the question he said was most often asked him he said he works seven Days a week 10 to 12 hours a Day and puts in just about As much time As when he was president sealed in his suite on the 31sl floor of the Waldorf towers White haired Ruddy complexioned and firm of voice to told newsmen thai in the last year he and his office had Willen 952 ice Lars nol including birthday Christmas or speech a knowl he made nine major speeches and 21 minor ones out of in vital ions received he published a Book the ordeal of president and garlic impaled in Dedi cations of the Truman Library seven boys clubs and a Public school named for him six persons twisted wreckage above of an Auto and truck killed six persons yesterday at a Highway intersection near a the victims included three the loaded with 17 tons of Coal the truck Driver escaped see Story Bottom Page a unions general motor Chrysler councils submitted their requests for formal authorization of a strike if necessary to Back up bargaining demands Law president Walter p Reuther told a news conference we decided to defer granting of strike authorization hoping that further efforts at the bargaining table will bring a at the same time Reuther said the decks have been cleared for strike action later this summer he said we Are now in a Posi Tion to Call a strike quickly if it is Kellher refused to be pinned Down on the timing of a strike later on but he indicated action would not be put off beyond sep Lembur the executive Board said in a statement the Day of decision is fast approaching when action will have to replace patience if the corporations continue to re fuse to Reuther argued that the companies were refusing to bargain because he said they were giving no consideration to the unions minimum demands which include improved pensions broadening of the Layoff pay plan and travel or spa ration pay for workers Dis placed by Plant re locations Reuther said at the Point we Are prepared to authorize a strike we will select a Date and pick a he said there was no Isle lion of striking All three companies Al the same Lime in granting authorization for a strike the unions councils were speaking for some Mem bars at the big three plants Law members have been work ing without contracts at pm since May 29 and at Ford and Chrysler since june 1 the Union rejected the offers of All Ihrck companies to renew for iwo years the wage formula of the old contracts this would give Law members an increase of 16 cents an hour spread Over iwo years the companies declared anything More would be inflation Ary atomic sub on course history making vessel headed for England jobs or More schooling were Lold you should weigh carefully the Longrun advantages offered by jobs you Are considering against immediate gains you should realize that when advancement opportunities occur preference is generally Given to persons with Superior educational qualifications things being the guide contains detailed descriptions about 109 typical jobs by Elton c Fay Washington a the atomic submarine Nautilus was on course saturday for England where new acclaim awaited its for charting a Norl Wesl cent More professional and Lech ranging from Auto Mechanic to Nical workers in less than Salesman passage beneath the Polar ice the history making vessel was due at Portland England on tues Eisenhower he received thanks a decoration for himself and a Cita Tion for his Crew he will Fly to England to Board his submarine before it reaches Portland 100 Miles Southwest of London the White House announcing the Nautilus destination said the ves Days and Miles Oulu Sci will visit in England from of Hawaii on like other Side of the world except for her skipper this will aug 1217 in the Wake of the Nautilus ran Spolar trip Between the pacify but there also was a froth of complaint about the ceremony at which the White House made the dramatic announcement Friday some democratic legislators deplored the fact that rear adm h g fiery Little Man who fought for a Starl on the nuclear submarine not invited White House press Secretary James c Hagerty said there parliments should be invited outside Washington attention entered on broader aspects of the Nautilus developments Russia which so far has never Laid Public claim to having nuclear submarines but May possess some had nothing to say in the first hours after the Washington announcement be the first time the 116man Crew in and Atlantic oceans there Wasj want space in the crowded room of the boat has set foot on land High Praise from the capitals the ceremony was since leaving Hawaii on july 23 ithe free world for a feat of major jammed by reporters and some the skipper cmdr William importance Navy and atomic Energy expert said the United states was at least a year ahead of the soviet Union in atomic submarines London naval men pointed to the possible of missile firing sub Anderson arrived in Washington the while House said a flood of commission brass it was in the Polar Region on sidelines in farm Bill Washington a Republican House farm leaders generally intend to stay on the sidelines in the Eisenhower administrations Effort to have Congress pass a new farm Bill in the closing Days of this session two gop farm members appeared to a own Toul Over the big Powers to meet in session Dag expected to gather with foreign ministers by William n Oatis United nations a sub Summit conference of for eign ministers with Secre tary general Dag Hammarskjold is expected at the general Assem boys session Middle East a reliable source said saturday the informant said Hammar skjold wants to bring together Secretary of state for eign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd so Viet foreign ministers Andrei Gromyko Mahmound Fawzi of the United Arab Republic and others concerned with the private talks any such meeting would be a lower scale substitute for the government Heads conference on which the big Powers recently failed to agree Gromyko is due in new York by plane sunday Lloyd and Fawzi Are coming later Abdul maw Goud Hassan spokes Man for the delegation old a reporter Fawzi would be Here to lend himself to meetings with As Many other ministers As possible he said whether Fawzi enters into any conference would depend on what was to be Dis cussed and How Hassan said Hammarskjold gave a report of great import Ance when he addressed the opening of the emergency session late Friday it has touched on Basic prob lems in the he said it requires serious Hassan was the first Arab representative to speak publicly of statement Hammarskjold proposed that mid dle Eastern countries pledge non interference in one another affairs and that the world comm the big Powers assure thaw countries they can shape their own destinies he also proposed Middle East Ern economic cooperation and continued or strengthened Safe guards for Lebanon Jordan and the Frontier after hearing the plan the 81 nation Assembly agreed to begin debate wednesday morning and adjourned until then successful administration Campaign to kill the latest farm Bill wednesday a feeling was evident among Many that Secretary of agriculture Benson had Over played his hand a number of Midwest republicans spoke their minds freely but stipulated they not be quoted by name one told a reporter Benson pulled the Rug from under us by opposing a farm Bill approved unanimously by the House agriculture committee it was the first unanimous committee Vole of the session on any general farm legis Benson told a news conference Friday a failure to enact Legisla Tion to Avert scheduled 1959 acre age cuts for Cotton and Rice would be disastrous to Farmers he voiced Hope the House will not accept the statement of speaker Sam Rayburn Tex that farm Legisla Tion is dead for the year americans asked to leave Jordan Amman Jordan withe state department saturday warned american dependents in Jordan to leave unless there Are com polling reasons for their pres ence in this troubled country a u s embassy spokesman said the warning was not an order but More in the nature of a suggestion he said no immediate events were expected which would make evacuation necessary and added the action was a catching up with events in Lebanon and thugs beat Rob Auto dealer of Valleyfield que up thugs broke into a wealthy Auto dealers Home saturday b o u n d and gagged his wife and a maid and beat him and his son with hedge shears they broke open a Safe with a Sledge Hammer and fled with More than in Cash Alphee Blanchard 55 owner of the Blanchard Auto sales com Pany in Coteau do Lac five Miles Northwest of Here was taken to Hospital in critical condition his son Guy 25 also was Hurt his injuries included a broken hand suffered when one of the bandits wrenched an expensive Diamond ring from his Finger police said five or six men drove up to the Blanchard Home in three automobiles at 5 when the family still was asleep they broke into the House which adjoins Blanchard Auto sales room and dragged Blanchard and his wife from their Beds Adlai confers with Rapacki Warsaw Poland up Adlai Stevenson conferred Here sat urday with polish foreign minis Ter Adam Rapacki author of the polish proposed plan for a Nuclo a free zone in Central Europe Rapacki received the touring democratic Leader at noon no details of their talks were disclosed Stevenson accompanied by two of his sons and several aides arrived Here Friday from Moscow where he met with soviet pre Mier Nikita Khrushchev Atlantic cites Plush night spot 44 Are nabbed Atlantic City a onetime Plush night spot was raided by stale and local police Early saturday and 44 per sons were arrested on gambling charges some in Cash and front ambassador and the Sheraton Ril Carlton a Rouvelle wheel and Dice game equipment were seized in Stockholm a swedish naval a qua Lily of gambling equipment were seized police chief Jerry Sullivan said it was the first major raid of its Type Here since 1940 Jersey strikers playing it Cool Jersey City n j a strikers at the general food co distribution Center Here Are play ing it Cool Twenty seven men from a team the three Story Frame several wearing ber situated less than a Block from Muda shorts lounged in deck Iii ii ii f it Friday morning flown Here from congratulatory messages from de Hagerty said that Only Topi the foreign press gave the Story Johp Boardwalk is sandwiched under Beach umbrellas on Point off Iceland from also was rolling in ranking Heads of operational do Page one play it Weon two of the largest picket line Friday

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