Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 27, 1955 · Page 2
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TWO EVUNINU TIMKS, • CUMHBKI-ANU. Ml). THURSDAY,, OCTOBER Struck Plant Jfcri/e Rumor j&lerts Guard SKEW CASTLK, Iml. Wi- The National Guard riot squad kept a rjotorized palrol around the Perfect Circle Corp. foundry today, and nonstrikers went to work with ni> signs ot a rumored slrike demonstration. •iThe 25 guardsmen on duty were all that left of 1,000 who v moved three weeks ago into three 1955 Dial PA.2.-1600 for • WANT AD Tiker •-- Most Critical Area . WASHINGTON tf> — Top American officials said today the Middle Kast lias become the most critical theater of the worldwide cold war. These informants said ''Russia and its Communist allies undoubt- edly''plan to step up pressure in the months ahead, mainly by channeling weapons to Arab countries such as Egypt,.'Syria and Saudi Arabia. Also expected arc new So• — p . , v . . , ;\mui,l. rtlsu i..\iJi.v;iuu fiv. tn-i cities where Perfect Circle plants v / tuo[rers o[ i conomic aW . a're located. ".They were called up after, eight p'ersons were wounded in an cx- diauge of gunfire between strike sympathizers outside the plant and nonstrikers inside. ^Thc CIO United Auto Workers went on strike at the New Castle, Hagerslown and Richmond plants Circle in 'Meg' Pays '(Continued from Pnge 1) Diplomatic \oKicials said it was extremely unlikely . the Soviets would heed U'eslcrn pleas to stop arms shipments to prevent a potentially disastrous Arab-Israeli arms race. • •' Jn fact, there was some evidence the Russians' might be. trying to foment trouble by spurring on both sides. The State Department said yesterday it had new information that "approaches have been made by Soviet bloc sources to Israeli representatives," apparently with the idea of supplying war gear to the Jewish stale too. dispute July 25. -.' Mayor Paul F. McCormack Banned all parades and demonstrations after hearing rumors that strike sympathizers might gather again. .;" The .resumption of National Guard patrols was ordered after flight windows were smashed by stones at the foundry Tuesday night. Guards saw no one around tie plant, and police said vandals may have thrown the stones. handsome iu-year-oia lownsenu, « World War 11 air ace, was'dresscd in a turquoise blue suit and small matching hat. • •. She was seen talking animatedly with her accompanying lady-in- waiting as she left Clarence House for Lambeth Palace. All this public show before the curious, gaze of Britons' masked the almost certain inner turmoil caused by the romance with Townsend, former equarry to her late father, King George Vf. at least— is to watch developments carefully while urging all con : cerned to remain calm. . . . Some top U.S. officials, however; are known to believe such a-. wait- and-see policy will be insufficient to meet the Russian challenge. They believe urgent, priority air tenlion should be given to.the Mid : die East, perhaps in the shape oi stcpped-up American aid to Arab nations for irrigation and . other development projects. ./" . .., The extra years enrich its gteat Bourbon flavor OLD HICKORY Claims Japan Covets Nation Hopes To Use ROK For Asi:i.Coii<|tii!i>t; Plays 'Footsie' Willi lletis KANSAS ; CITY, Mo. - 'INS/ — 5ore;in Ambassador You Chan Yang (let-hired today, that. "Japan itill covets Korea." ' . Yung said thai Hie Japanese still iope to use his counlry "for con- luesl of the Asiatic mainland." He added: "She. has made,many efforts in the past. She will 'make more in the future." In an address prepared for 'de- ivory before the Kansas City Roary Club, the Korean envoy lashed out with surprising vigor against the Japanese. Attack Stronger His 'attack'was somewhat similar to remarks lie has made previously, although they were considerably stronger, than anything vliicli he has said for the past year. Yang recently returned from a visit of several weeks in Korea, arid" observers feel' his current spale of harsh \Vords are a direct reflection of the very coo! Korean altitude .toward the Japanese. Future tij Mhqui ri es . j. v . , , , ,. To Fight H Necessary : CENL'VA Oti — Israeli '.Premier Moslio Sharctt .flew In tg Geneva toilny and said Ms country would fight a preventive war if ncqessary but "I hope to Godlslic will no! the Army Bruckor lias ordered his '.ntclligcnce .-oificnrs. aml'mcn .16 take refresner courses and special training because lie says some procedures for security investigations "arc not up to the standards about the Army ought to have." Brucker -voiced . concern certain "defects and abuses" in the of'the three main streams of prop- WASHINGTON Wi—The Westing- louse company has disputed .statements that failure of jet engines I manufactured was to blame for iccidents' which cost the lives of jy t or 'our men testing the Navy's Demon ntcrceptor. ; ••• • • •' ; Speaking for the firm, W.. W; .jmith .told a House - government' operations subcommittee yesterday Wcsthighouse records "show no instance in which" a crasn resulting in injury or death of a pilot could be directly attributed to the failure of a J40 engine." Smith is manager of the Wcsting-ji :;ic Army's personnel 'security system and instructed staff 'officers to prepare standards to apply to all ix>r- sound dealing witli security matters. .'. ' _..••. -.•='•'.. He said the standards, should call for demonstrated "good .judgment, some 'law enforcement .experience, -'an inquisitive mentality Denies Defect "ausedCrash taken Monday., from Rear 'Adm. James S. Russell/ chief of ; the Navy Bureau of Aeronautics. '. Russell said that in three crashes (he engine "can be blamed directly, or seriously suspected", and that in, another the' engine was . a factor. He saitl these four crashes cost two lives. ... . ... •„. .."•'...-.'.•:. j, . The Navy is "•now.outflttin'g models 'of the Demon with a more, powerful engine than the J40 "7- ihe-J71 produced by the Allison 'division of ind an -absence of racial or ie- igious "prejudice. ' • He said he 'had ordered a review of security . operations after lie studied personally a ease in which >rof. Alfred Y.. Kelly of Wayne Jniversity was involved. Brucker jublicly apologized last Seplcmuei or an Army "mistake" in accusing icily of supporting a Communist 'rout organization, and said "improperly and carelessly per- 'ormod" investigative work by the Army had led to the charge. _ FUNERAL FLOWERS r.rs.oor;:: . BOPP'S FLOWERS it N. lib.rly SI. 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The subcommittee,, hoping to aganda . today, "emanates from Japan ... . and it is activated by wind up today its inquiry into the: the Japanese desire to establishiNavy's purchase of McDonnell Air-' profitable trade relations with Red craft Co., F3H Demons powered China and Red Russia." Play- Footsie. With Reds He -urged the' Rotarians "to remember that Japan forcefully occupied and misruled my counlry for 40 years.". . He said that Japan lodas' is "playing footsie-with the Red Chinese and the Russians." -Yang continued: "At the same time she is trying to slay in tiie good graces of your counlry because of grants,, aid.and rearma- out, <iut that some valuable knowl- mcnt." ' edge was gained. But, the ambassador said: ".We| Smith's testimony that engine live in a world, my dear American failure could not be blamed for friends, where the issue is sharp-'any serious accidents involving the \y divided ... | Demon seemed to conllict with that "Tjjie issue is communism versus with Westingho'use .14(1 engines, re- caljed Navy, and McDonnell officials for questioning at an open hearing. Subcommittee members have:] criticized the program as one which cost an 'estimated 200 million dollars and four pilots' lives without ' producing a 'combat-worthy plane. The Navy says it was a calculated risk taken under Korean War pressures which did not work freedom." mjusrr waisn srx mis OLD 86 PHOOF- ALSQ AVWUBLE IN 100 PROOF BOHLED IK BONO • OLD HICKORY DISTILLING CORPORATIOH • PHILADOPHIA. PA. 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