Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 8, 1955 · Page 2
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.TWO EVENING*'TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD- TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8; 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for • WANT AD TUtcr-g Philadelphia Vote Turnout May Be Heavy PHILADELPHIA UP) - Philadelphia Voters chose a new mayor today, 'highlighting the off-year local elections in Pennsylvania. Local issues have dominated the campaigning in the absence of any statewide contest. . In Philadelphia, more than 980,000 voters were eligible to ballot. Most observers though* there might be a 70 per cent turnout despite the rainy, cold weather predicted by the Weather Bureau. The voters had to pick between Democrat Richardson Dilworth, a 57-year-old seasoned campaigner making his second try for the may-' ' orally, and W. Thacher Longstreth, 35-year-old former advertising executive making his first race for public office. The winner succeeds Democrat Mayor Joseph S. Clark Jr., firsl of his party to hold the office in 67 years. A win for Dilworth \<-ho was elected district attorney on the same ticket with Clark would give Clark a strong position in seeking the party's U. S. Senate nomination against Republican incumbent James H. Duff next year. Clark did not seek reelection. • Dilworth has pledged to continue the Democratic-claimed accomplishments of the Clark administration, if he's elected. Longstreth, self-styled "liberal" Republican with the backing of national Republican officials, has pledged "progress without waste." The two have debated 18- times, used television extensively <5 and filled out their campaigning with street corner rallies for DLlworth and sidewalk stumping for Longstreth. Wife Wounded, Mate Kills Self BALTIMORE WT — A 37-year-old Timpnium woman, .who said she was shot in the back' yesterday by her husband; remained in fail- condition today at. Union Memorial Hospital. .' Mrs. Edwin W; Isaacs told police that after being shot she leaped from a first floor bedroom window and crawled to a. neigh-; bor's house. ' The victim's 38-year-old husband . was found shot dead in the house, a rifle beside him. Officers 'said they were told Isaacs had been released from a hospital last Thursday after being treated for a nervous condition. Mexican Lady Rider Asserts Women Just As Good As Men NEW YORK tf) — Eva Vahlez'j risri- fvps flashed today when it ] Knmvland Sees out of place competing against! men in the international jumping| competition at the National Horse ,£#r)f,|jj-e Show. . I ' ' Women are just as good, riders as men," she snapped. "The last To M. u time I was here five years ago, I won two events. And those American women who used to compete —they were pretty good, too." She was pressed into service on a few days notice when two of the Mexican riders were injured in an automobile accident. She pooh-poohed tlie^ notion that she was out of-condition and unfamiliar with the mounts. , Miss Valdez has won one test, while her famous brother-in-law, Gen. Humberto Mariles, has taken three as has Billy Steinkraus of the American team. All told, the two countries have won five apiece and tonight's finale will be all the more important for that reason. . The international championship, both team and individual, is mythical — something like the national college football title. If Gen. Mariles wins, he'll-be-the individual champion and Mexico will be the team victor. If Steinkraus takes it, he'll 'be king and the Americans will be the. team titl- ists. Some of the finest oils used by tanners in lubricating -sole leather .cost more per pound than butter. MIAMI, Fla-. 10—Sen. Knowland (R-CaliO said today some labor leaders hope to capture the Democratic party and gain control of the government by 1960, if not Tn 1956. Knowland, the Senate Republican leader, said in a speech prepared for the U. S. Savings and Loan League that the people and Congress are going to watch how the leaders of the combined AFL and CIO attempt to wield political power. Drive* Pays $500 In Fatal Mishap BALTIMORE. (lit—Fines totaling 5500 -were.imposed on a motorist for :four traffic violations in connection with -an accident in which two elderly women were run down and killed last August. •• John Wiley Hunt, 34, of suburban Catonsville, was acquitted when tried on manslaughter charges in Criminal. Court last month. Judge 'Herman M. Mosef"ruled the prosecution djd not produce/sufficient evidence to prove Hunt guil 1 ly of criminal negligence. To vary macaroni and cheese casserole, add a generous amount of chopped Jchives to : the cheese sauce: v, .. • , Would Hire Reds, Fund Leader Says NEW YORK «1- - Robert M. Hutchins, president of the Fund for the Republic, says "the Communist party is a danger to the United States" but he still would give'a Communist a job. "I wouldn't hesitate to. hire a Communist for a job he was qual- fied to do, provided I was in a position to see that he did it," Mchins said yesterday at a news conference. First interstate crude oil pipe line was completed from Bradford field, in Pennsylvania, to Bayonne, New Jersey, in 1888. The Panama Canal was completed in 1914 under the direction of Maj.-Gen. .(then Colonel) George Washington Gocthals. U. S. Agency's Press Policies Held Arrogant WASHINGTON Hi - A House group called on the Civil Service Commission today to explain what a publisher's spokesman described as its "arrogant" attitude on making commission news available to the public. James S. Pope'of Louisville said yesterday the commission's reply to a questionnaire was indicative of what he called an "arrogant" attitude by some agencies. Commission officials, headed by Chairman Philip Young, were the first of a .group of government executives summoned by a special House subcommittee investigating government information policies. The committee, a subgroup of the House Government. Operations Committee, is headed by Rep. Moss (D-Calif). It opened its hearings yesterday with a general discussion of federal news policies by a panel of leading executives in the news dissemination field. After listening to the editors all day, committee members voiced general agree ment that some kind of legislation is- necessary to curb unnecessary suppression of information. Pope is executive editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal and the Louisville Times, and a member of the Freedom of Infornation Committee of the American Society of Newspaper "Editors. . N. Y. Markets Closed NEW YORK Ufi — The New York and American stock exchanges and some of the smaller securities markets remained closed today, .Election Day. Banks were also closed. 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Sheriff Cal Boies said-that William Savoie, 29, of New Orleans, a bricklayer, confessed he made up e story he told Mrs. BiofE that he knew who planted the dynamite that blew Willie apart. Boies said that Savoie called Mrs. Bioff. last Sunday night with his proposition and made arrangements to meet a friend of Mrs. Bioff to work .out details. The "friend" turned out to be Sheriff's Detective Gordon Selby. The detective said Savoie told him Bioff's killer was a man in.Ohio named "Charles Searich."'' Selby claimed Savoie admitted he concocted the story. Auio'KUlg Woman, 88, > J On Maryland Highway , -.57 PETERSVILLE, Md. Mi-Eighty. t eight-year-old Susie Elizabeth Eb-;' bert was struck by a car and fa- ': tally injured yesterday as she v^ crossed U.S. 340 yesterday near ;,.,• this Frederick County town. State.,..' 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