Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 12, 1955 · Page 2
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 2

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 12, 1955
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EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, WEDNESDAY; OCTOBER 12, 1955 Dial PA.M600 for « WANT AD "Pretext* \*m\tted Case '• • '• _- L • ' ' • * d By Federal Jurist . fjEWISBUhG, W. Va.'-W-A member of the Grccnhrlor County Board of Education admitted in Federal Court y.esteiday thai reasons •" givc'h for rescinding- an integrntion order last fall were ."partially 1 Justin pretext.", . . ' .'• . . . I . '..' if H. Criekenbergcr was one of three board members who.tcstilicd before Federal' 'Judge -iien Moor at ah 'unprecedented hearing i which the National Association fo ihe Advancement of Colored Peo pie seeks to compel school official to proceed with integration of whit and Negro students. . . School authorities declared segrc gallon ended at the. start of schoo in ; September, 1954, but quickl rescinded. their order in the fac of protests by while students an their parents. At that lime, ther were 590 Negro students out.of total counly : school enrollment o l6,OOO.V ; " .i '•:• '. '."-• , , ',;'••• . The NAACP completed two day of testimony yesterday after/a \yil ness said the school-board neve fulfilled.a promise to outline : plah for the ultimate end-of segrega ' lion:-; • •-'• ' :• •/'•-' : ".]•'.-•'••' " Each of Hie four board member testifying was questioned closely bj Judge Moore regarding his ihdi vidual reasons'for. voting to rescim the integration order. : At the time, the board said trans portation, overcrowding and lack .of proper.facilities were reason: blocking integration. ': ••••': '•', Judge Moore asked Crickehber ger whether "the reasons set forth in.the resolution rescinding the in .tcgration order were' not'^ just : . pretext;" • • •••' • . '• •' .• ' ..- ''Thatispartially'right," Crick erberger replied. He'and two other members,Mrs ; Bosalie S. Detch and 0. 0. Neeiy president of the board at the tirri the integration order was approval arid rescinded, said they though integration should' begin at th . 'opening of the 1956-57 school year • • ' W. D. Tuckwiller, another boarc member, said he thought complet integration-'should not be-startec next year. He suggested a 'gradu'a integration lit schools over a peridc of S to 12 years. All four agreed it would not bi advisable for integration to begin immediately. School Superintendent Dclvin D ilarrah, testified he didn't think i would'" be "educationally sound t< integrate the schools • immediate!] if a feasible plan were presented' because, of the great amount of re vision and readjustment necessary :in a school population of 10,000. Peiping Asserts 47 Americans In China Can Leave TOKYO Ml—Communist China said today;47 American^behind the .Bamboo Curtain arc free to "leave any;lime they appty for departure .arid said, examining the cases of 19 other Americans accused of crimes. The official Peiping radio quoted People's' Daily, the official party newspaper, as saying the 47 have not-applied for exit permits. The broadcast said that in ac- •cordance with its agreement with the United States at Geneva, Red China "is now examining' their cases (the 19) one by one'accord- ing to Chinese legal 'procedure and . . . will inform the British charge" d'affaires in Peiping of the results. Spending Hike . (Continued Irani Page 1) now, but he warned that tin balance of power is tipping slowly toward, the Communists. He emphasized, however, tha he does not believe the Russian; want war. He said, he didn't thinl they'd start one as long as the West provides a strong deterrent Gruenther said the West still ha the edge in nuclear. weapons bu warned the advantage is growing less'every day because Russia's technical advances previously wen underrated. If the West remain: strong and united, he declared, thi Russian challenge can be met. Iran Lines (Continued from Page 1) ters of the Middle East pact wit! a note advising that the Irania: government .would submit its a; herence to the treaty Id Parlia merit for ratification. Approval of both houses of Par liahient is necessary, but th Shah's strong support of the. treat was believed to assure its ratif cation. ' ' One informed source said Ira would formally announce its join Ing tbe alliance "before the Genev conference" of the Big Four for eign ministers, scheduled to ope Oct. 27. Baltimore Police Forms New Rackets Division BALTIMORE,. Oct. 11 (.«—Polic Commissioner James M. Hcpbro announced today that the polic vice squad has been abolished an a new Rackets Division headed b a former. FBI man created in its place. . -,....'. The commissioner, himself a re cent appointee, also issued a warn IngUhat sounded like the signalfo an all-out drive 'against vice actlv ty iii Baltimore. . • ' '^. .. ' ' • • 1 Ellcndcr In-Tokyo V SEOUL- (INS)-Senator' Allc J. /Ellcnder (D-La.) flew'. ,,fro'n Korea to .Tokyo today after a thre visjt. : /'; '•'',,;••:•: - 1 ;' • •.', Prince Visits Chicago ' CmCACiO-(INS)^.'Prmc<r ; A bcrt of Belgium, 21. younger broth *r 'of the Belgian king, Is making I twd : day Inspection, tour of Indus trl«i in the Chicago iret today. Air Force Plans To Buy IS civ Jet Planes For Study WASHINGTON MV^Air Force interest in the Navy's new jet seaplane bomber has advanced to theil point where; it"'is considering anil initial purchase of four or five ofjr the big, fast-flying boats for study! purposes. ..." •. .A-recommendation-for the purchase 'was reported today to'have ieen : made, probably to the Air ?orce Council. The council is com-] posed of high-ranking ..civilian and nilitary officials who consider-aircraft requirements, designs,. budgetary needs and other factors. , The Navy, for which the Glenn i. Martin Co. produced the exper- mental.; model of the Seaniaster, presumably Xvill .have priority on delivery.! of/production models. Tactically, . airmen consider 'a irimary advantage for the .sea- rased bomber could be.dispersal- getting bombers away from de- >endence on d v e r.s e a airfields vhich' are within striking distance of Red planes. It also woulcTniake possible air strikes from .directions rat predictable by an.enemy! Pair Finishes SAN, Tex. feA young lan.'Angelo'-couple enjoyed a-big iuicy steak dinner last night in celebration of proving that two can ive on $7.84 worth of food a'-week. "Economizing:.was fun, but this steak is good too," said Robert tfyre, airman stationed at 7 Good- 'ellow Air.Force Base here. ' His wife Mary said she preferred not to compare the steaks and the veek's menus she drew up in accordance with a nutrition report vhich said the basic food requirements for a couple cost $8.56 a veek. . The week's economizing endet Sunday night, with Mary showing i profit of 72 cents over the nu- ritidn report. Diilles Retiiriis, Parley "Helpful" WASHINGTON W-Diplomals .lo- ay 'vie'wed President 'Eiscnhbw- r's sickbed .talk, .with Secretary f'Slate a/dramatic b'id 0 emphasize the absence .of any .S. foreign policy lag on the eve 1 the Big- Four conference. Dulles flew back to Washington ast night after. a 25-minute dis- ussion of eight key points with isenhower at Denver. The secre- ary described Eisenhower's sug- cstions as "extremely helpful." V. Y. Paper Sees ilarriiiiaii Entry NEW YORK Wl-The New York lournal. American said today thai Vew Y'ork Gov. Avercll Harriman vill announce his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomina- .ion at a SlOG-a-plate dinner here. The newspaper reported that len- .ative plans for the occasion were made yesterday at a meeting of democratic National Chairman Paul M. Butler and other top party members. fCefauver Tours Front SEOUI^(INS)-Sen. 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