Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland
12 Jan 1958

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12 Jan 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - January 12, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandI i probe corruption chores j the weather to nor int today High 2537 Cloudy tonight Cloudy old tomorrow Saow vol 11 six sections general feature society Cit area news sports comics family weekly now Cumberland Maryland sunday january 12 1958 Serrico Price fifteen cents red West stymied employers Union face new inquiry Mcclellan asserts extortionist due to give testimony by g Milton Kelly Washington Jan 11 Tovsen ate rackets probes said today they have evidence of corruption and conniving among High officials of the International Union of operating engineers Falcio and certain employers sen Mcclellan piloting a special Senate investigating committee declined to name any of the principals he said the Story will be unfolded in Public hear Ings starting Jan 20 Joey Fay to testify Mcclellan announced a key wit Ness under subpoena will be the convicted labor extortionist Joey Fay whose friendships with political Bigshot were a hot potato Issue while Fay was serving time in new Yorks sing sing prison Fay was fourth International vice president of the Union when he went to prison in 1958 for extorting from contractors working on the Delaware River Aqueduct another witness Mcclellan said will be the unions millionaire 73 year old International vice presi Dent William p Maloney Mcclellan said the forthcoming hearings will explore affairs of the International Union and alleged corruption in management of cer Tain the unions clude heavy machinery operators Many of them working for firms holding contracts with state and chateau Roux France Jan governments Mcclellan and 11 Eva u s Jet Pilot freed by Trobert f Kennedy committee i communist Albania was living counsel declined to say whether Back to his hotel base Here loth e corruption and conniving alright for a belated Christmas Flower girl is reluctant former president Harry s Truman bends Over to Greet two year old Judy Ogrady who was supposed to present him with a bouquet of Flowers As he arrived at new York Airport yesterday but she didst want to give them up and it took some coaxing before she run quashed the gift a a Hatbox airman freed by reds flies to Home base legation involve any state or municipal political figures they said none has been subpoenaed up to now with his three Motherless Chil Dren maj Howard Curran 39 of to r coma left Belgrade you Mcclellan said the hearings will Oslavia in the plane of the u s Mark Only a first phase of ajar attache there broadside inquiry into the unions All through the holidays Mike affairs he said the inquiry will 12 Mary Lou 4 and Pat 2 feared Deal first with affairs of Chicago their father was dead currans and san Francisco locals of the younger Jet Pilot brother it Union As Well As its International Richard p Curran 25 had flown Headquarters later hearings will shoe tossing can be cruel Boulder Jan Allen world Champion Horseshoe Pitcher want Al ways accurate mrs Marga ret Allen testified in divorce proceeding san District court Here sometimes he missed the Peg and hit me accidentally on mrs Allen told dist judge William e Buck in support of her charges of cruelty Dean Acheson slaps Kennan for speeches new York Jan 11 explore what went on in locals in Philadelphia and on Long Island n y Mcclellan said he wants to Here from Andrews air Force base near Washington d c to help them keep the Vigil a Koine strike averted with boost in pay Mer Solon urges fast action on missiles Johnson declares head knocking could be needed by Jack Bell Washington Jan 11 u5vsen Lyndon b Johnson Tex said Oday that action to Knock some Heads together at the Pentagon might produce More missiles the democratic Leader of the Senate said such firm action might be More effective than a reorganization of the defense department Johnson who Heads the Senate preparedness subcommittee investigating the missile program old reporters he foresees considerable difficulty ahead in president Eisenhower announced plans to reshuffle the military system cites stumbling blocks there is considerable evidence to indicate that organizational orms have been stumbling blocks1 o Johnson said on the other hand it May be that what is needed is a deter mined Effort to Knock some Heads together rather than new organizational Johnson spoke out after the sub committee was reported to have received reports from the army Navy and air Force on proposals to revamp the present joint chiefs of staff system the subcommittee has received suggestions that the joint chiefs decisions usually Are movie actress jailed actress Marguerite Chapman leaves Jad on s2s3 bail in los Angeles yesterday following her arrest on suspicion of drunk driving after her car hit rear of another on Sunset Boulevard she spent several hours in jail after Balking at sobriety test a Phat lox desert Fox killed in Iran gun Battle later talks by leaders held Likely diplomats claim ministers could meet on problems by John m Hightower Washington Jan Russia and the Western Powers reached Complete deadlock today on the Issue of holding a big East West conference but diplomats privately predict a foreign minis ters meeting a Summit session or both later this year the prediction is based on a be Lief that both sides in the cold War need High level talks and that Public opinion particularly in Europe and in neutralise countries like India is exerting a steady pressure for efforts to Redice the risks of nuclear War Ike to make move soon president Eisenhower another Western leaders Are due to make soon the next move in the Diplo Matic poker game now being played Over the Issue of How to negotiate they have completed replies to messages from soviet Premier Nikolai Bulgarin and these it is understood Are in diplomatic channels for delivery in Moscow just As the soviets re leased Bulga Nins messages promptly so the Western responses Are due for almost immediate publication they Are expected to reemphasize the wests demands that Russia resume negotiations on in York Jan 11 Cucui Oihus usuary Are tit Ted a x t r on u of r reached on a Compromise basis in Jan h notorious desert some tand safeguarded disarm be Reury of state Dean j of replaced by Long hunted for the killing of three americans was Ament agreement and to leave the Ison a final it Suol of lpns Tofias in lot qty i 11 inv i Acheson today disassociated him self and the democratic party from the widely publicized proposals of former ambassador to Russia George f Kennan for the neutralization of Germany Kennarie views broadcast by the British broadcasting corp of lectures in Britain among other things they called for the withdrawal of u Brit ish and russian troops from Europe or Kennan single commander of the armed services the three services were said to have been unanimous in their sep Arate reports to the subcommittee in opposing any such change members said that some complicated alternatives were suggested but declined to give any details summing up the Public positions taken by the services John son ailing of three americans was snot dead today m a blistering gun fight in the desert wilds negroes file suit to void race Barrier Atlanta Jan 11 group their reaction has of negro parents Toda ranged from outright opposition Toi court Here Curran arrived in Belgrade by Nev h a United state Jugoslav Airliner earlier Modavi threatened nationwide strike by a statement know among other things Why Maloney Home Locarno 150 Injian military authorities he was chicag has been under his per missing for 13 Davs until trusteeship for 29 years Henist Albania announced tuesday3 new said this was an arrangement he was held rpm democratic party m the the subcommittee chairman t was the first attempt to sates Acheson said was obviously angry about the the po5ce anted dads after Days in custody of s to company and Union agreed on Pher Emmet of the american to m and at distance Telephone l Bernard 16month contract on Germany representatives of the a nonprofit organization termed unfortunate Ament agreement and to leave the Way open for a new East West Summit conference provided two conditions Are fulfilled one is that there should be careful preparatory talks at the lower Levels the other is that these talks should show solid ground for belief that a Summit meeting would produce results As the situation stood today 1russia proposed through bul gains messages dec 10 and Jan 9 that Eisenhower and the other Western government Heads agree to a top level meeting by april 9 2 the British and French maj up due num governments quickly agreed that him at the urging of the Sha Hisun a hastily called conference adequate preparation police announced Gen Aligholi Golpira Iran National police commander said the end for Bandit Leader dads hah came in a fight with his police near Haft Kuh in Southeast Ern Iran not far from the pakis Tan Frontier Golpira had moved his head quarters into the area to super Vise Iran great manhunt for the King often reported i hideouts but never bagged until the Public school Ong and Arsia although but Thev stepped up the gement he was being held or the a nonprofit organization termed Munfor Tunai i l k s be6n in said his t33 Jet had a Telephone and Telegraph in 1952 to acquaint Amer Schriever told the subcommittee Versy because t gives members been blown off course on a the lme5 division the icons with the problems of preset that time he thought a 3ed of the focal no voice in choosing from chateau Roux to Naples and communications workers often Day Germany Agency now Beine set their officers and no vote on the shortage of fuel had forced him America announced the agreement ache sons statement said in in the defense department on of handling of finances paroled in 3956 Kennedy said he knew of no local of any Union which has been kept under trusteeship Fay its inter National leaders that Long just How the controversial Fay fits into the picture is not yet Clear he was paroled from sing sing in 1956 one of the conditions being that he refrain from any gov Marvin Griffin an in that foe of integration has declare months he will close the in Georgia before allow to i men ambushed the three Amer area nearly 10 to land his Radi dead in Al Bania he said he had been treated very in reporting on Curran Tirana radio had said Jet fighters forced i at after a lengthy part would bargaining session i am old that the impression existing air wage increases for Telephone exists in Europe that the views the Trainer operators Range from s2 to s4 by or George Kennan we pc and for maintenance Menjin his Reith lectures to s5 the officials said that a proposal so the withdrawal the suit on were member it Thurgood Marshall chief counsel bios the National Assn for the advancement of coloured people died two years ago beamed Shenep the Neu contract would British and russian told their father was free become effective feb 10 Degoti Europe represent the the victims were Kevin m car Roll 37 of Issaquah a Point four area development adviser his pretty wife Anita 35 and Brewster a Wilson 35 of Portland a specialist of the near East foundation and con tractor for the International co operation administration in Iran would produce nothing except a sounding Board for soviet propaganda therefore they were against it As Secretary of state Dulles made Clear at a news con Ference yesterday 3 the Western Powers have agreed that the Best Way to Start new talks with Russia is through a foreign ministers meeting pre ceded by some exploratory work through diplomatic channels 4 however the soviet comm Nad i Constance Baker Motley mar to t if Annrob Verf for the i r i i Aulon Shalls associate in they were crossing the Juhl Ssiss f is Union activities until the parole appeared expires in 1963 new York and new Jersey political figures had beaten a path to fays cell while he was in prison and one of Yorks acting it gov Arthur h Wicks resigned in 1953 after it became the three were orators said u would not be Tive to Jan 3 when the old Instate most categorically they do leadership in unti c Vii Del Lilje Lof Christmas when their father Dis known that he was among them George Meany now president of the Falcio was another of fays prison visitors Florida crop losses Hea w by the associated press Florida residents got ready for another Chilly night saturday but postal hike seen passed Washington Jan ii Eisenhower administration a lie not As or Kennan would i am month contract ran out wages in the old agree ranged from s43 to a week i varying according try area and a Obj tril Justl claim the new contract Calls for some minor changes in working vhf c tons besides the wage increases i larro1 suggestions Ca Orical the of f showed nine members of the Boardo Edu and men with far made for a foreign minis they do leadership in straight Ninf Mif were knifed to death ters meeting it held that such a Ksau Cuciti o Udu in adv rejecting them March 24 Carroll informal Western suggestions a Fri an Tiitu i n i so far run rep t armed forces and if his first move is publicly condemned by one of the services i think that is husband to unify forces new York Jan 11 Mer president Truman said to girl skater 15 drowns la River Elkton Jan ii r Bulgarin seeks atom free zone in Csaji Pinavia Copenhagen Jan 11 in i it Siciu ulal Ucli 3 mrs Carroll was abducted would be More Likely to government broadcast offers of Heap obstacles in the Way Ransom and amnesty to dad Shah a Summit if he would release her unharmed he said she was Safe but Asau pravda makes new Pilch pravda made a new pitch for a Wing Charleston Jan 11 or that among 15yearold Pennsylvania girl who ii j k Vuk Jijin a Dull i in w Mio Iii cd us but the extra Revenue May year old Charleston woman itary services has always existed sought valiantly to keep her head offset by Federal pay increase sons in jail Here and her commander in chief can above water disappeared in the Hansen of Denmark he Sai which Congress is expected to seriously injured As the result them coordinate their Elk River today after the would extend the Dron Sod vote even sooner a quarrel Over the woman Petiti cities Way beneath her while in Central Europe where non i i t i r t t v on 11 maj Bulut Iii Premier Nikolai Bulgarin of rus Ideal six Miles from the Sile Ozone Sia suggested today an atom Freedithe a zone throughout Scandinavia Andi of Finland in a note to Premier Hans Hansen of Denmark he said this that what i Delv i Oulu Tufly Ulvi r l hoped that warmer temperatures ure rang postal rates sunday will banish Winters Sec Ond crop killing visitation some Frost expected in Northern Florida held Little threat of further damage atop the bitter three Day spell which curtailed Citrus and vegetable production and brought Central Florida first Snow in Many years in the Republican on the Senate Post of Joseph l Hager was listed would Truman fice committee told a reporter he in very critical condition at is confident the Senate will co local Hospital suffering from a plete action this year on a Mea Butcher knife wound in the a algerian government says 12 French slain Algiers Jan i id Oman ring to president Eisenhower they would achieve Good results by Posi Tion of strength Russia Means Western policies based upon the strategy of the Atlantic Alliance and american nuclear Power the i pravda wording imn lips hat the session the West prepared coordinating the services Truman cottage replied no that what Young Marine kills sergeant with Rifle Camp Lejeune Jan a lotion office said any Marine private shot an against Andrews will be filed by tuft a he declined to discuss tons Between the United states and Russia for peace purposes Holdup suspect seized at Brothers funeral fent at rhe Heck summer he said of of uss of the Reship have no Diffily caused no undue concern tvo listed As dead in Wake of typhoon Honolulu Jan it to the Navy said today it had word that two persons were known dead and 11 were missing at Jaquit atoll in the marshal islands after typhoon Ophelia swept the Region the Crew of a Navy plane from Kwajalein reported 800 persons on one Island in the Jaquit group critically need food and water t it l v a ii it a t in j Inui o w i us ill1 a killed his sergeant the Camp Lethe commanding general of the troops Fleet Marine corps on the basis of the report by the Board j both men were members of the tunisian National guard government Survey indicates Job situation to get worse Jeune Rifle slaying occurred in their bar Man sought for questioning in a Here since april i Racks yesterday after a hearing during which the private was or dered tried by special court mar tial on a charge of disrespect to the sergeant the victim was sgt Paul Eugene Grant 31 of Columbia City a Marine for 13 years his wife Lois lives in Bladenboro pvt Isiah Andrews 19 of new Ark was held without charge while a Board investigated the Camp Lejeune Public inform Atlantic whte Al 8 from s25 to s45 and 8th Tion ii Manv others Are the men were of Theng has Brol ners funeral 1mdllv 1iners arc wanting j on the hopeful Side Are Caus after a s motor transport battalion l arrested at i consequently Ousby optimistic predictions that j 23 weeks was Solomon Lee mar Retucci Pac necks conditions May Taner off in the Keno i forfeit rights to 4 Law shifting its policies to accept a foreign ministers meeting gop spurns Ike on Trade i Washington Jan 11 Lyl i president Eisenhower apparently Force troops Fleet Marine corps i i it r the Pio gave this account Grant had accused Andrews of refusing to obey an order and verbally abusing him after the hearing Andrews returned to the Barracks loaded his my Rifle walked to where Grant was in the and fired one shot Grant was pronounced dead shortly afterwards was Solomon Lee mar sought in connection with a Holdup at the York Thea Veek is expected to show Nemat midyear for december was snap Hines Gen Maglin Dies Washington Jan the Pentagon reported the death today of maj Gen William h Maglin former Provost mar Shal general of the in Melbourne Fla a government report due next Spring and begin picking Oral have Are based on i intent Benefit a Republican member Oil the ways and Means commit sponsor his reciprocal Trade in employ program plans which Augi the committee is the starting lion the official count was payments of unemployment these plans cover Over two Mil of re helps ii14c in november 1956 Over idled workers and Cushion and the highest november jobless loss of buying Power Christmas figure since 1949 j buying for stayed up practically every sign Points despite the jobless gain the Job situation getting benefits average weekly nun Niumai of Vieni under Jamyung me in committee Repoli Laking to boost the state payment cans failed produce one by enough to give the workers 65 per cent of his Normal take Home pay for four weeks 60 per cent for up to 22 additional weeks who said he favors the program or who is prepared to put his name on an administration Trade

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