Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 29, 1955 · Page 2
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TWO • EVKNINU TIMES. CI'-M' KUhANl). MIX, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for i WANT AD Ttker Ex-Kootlegger, Gambler Postal Spokesmen Refute '• • J.'' - - * Appointment By McCarthy Netv Yorker Held Attempt To Actress Hurt When Weight Falls On Head Nanette Fabray Listed Improving, NBC Says No Fracture Found. WASHINGTON w— A spokesman for the Post Office Department says that, contrary to an announcement by the office of Sen. McCarthy ,- (R-Wis), Thomas Miller, "has not been appointed"-actingiil/j..,**? postmaster for Appleton, Wis. | T f "' M/ Appleton'is McCarthy's homejGETTYSBURG,. Pa. tfl — Sidney town. He had recommended thejisrael, 22, Bronx. N. Y., is in; appointment of Miller, 57, to suc-!Adams County jail today because ceed Stephen Balliet, who reaches;i ie wanted "to visit Ike in Gettys-'ambulance on the way to Doctors the mandatory retirement, age of;i3 U1 .g." ' [Hospital. 70 tomorrow. McCarthy's office,' Israel hailed a taxi in Harrisburg' Tlje • hospital declined today to said Wednesday Miller had : been^ yes terday and told the driver toj i£S "e a report on her condition, appointed.' jtake him to Gettysburg to seel Preliminary X-rays, it was re- 'The department spokesman, wholPresidcnt Eisenhower at the Presi-jported, indicated there _ was' no declined use of his name, refused : dent's farm.' skull f ™ ct «« or concussion. Doc to indicate whether .Miller would Cab driver Charles ,F- Snycler;tors said-Miss Fabray, 33, would, NEW YORK (S>— Actress Nanette. Fabray was knocked unconscious when hit on (he head by a falling 1*P°™* s^eO' weight backstage' at a television show last n.ght. Two doctors revived her in an \ or would not get the "The whole matter post of an later, ap- . headed for Gettysburg but said he|be kept in the hospital several days - bit alarmed b what he for observation. . was a- bit alarmed by what he ^ pbintment is under review by the! termed "Israel's strange conduct."! A spokesman for NBC. which department," the spokesman said.i The two stopped to eat on the j broadcasts- the program of which McCarthy himself was not avail- way and Snyder called State Policei^s Fabray was injured, said;to- able for comment. Miller, a former tavern keeper, \vhp arrested Israel on a charge of! Q£y disorderly conduct. was convicted in 1931 of violating! The charge was filed with Justice federal prohibition laws and in 1946jof the Peace. John S. Bashore of and 1950 of violating gambling laws. Wisconsin!Gettysburg; who committed Israel . !lo'Adams.- County Jail that after checking the hospital she was in good condition. Out Moisture at Low Cost Add Color Charm with BONDEX improve your concrete block home two ways with Bondex. Keep the outside walls dry and give it distinction •with o Bondex color you like. Easy . to brush on. Do it yourself. 5 lb. pkg. makes about' on* gallon, whit* BOHDEX {colon (lightly Hlghtr} Color Styling Ideal, in the BONDEX Color Chart, free, from,.. was resting quietly and had slept well. ..... Miss Fabray, who plays comedian Sid Caesar's wife in : the NBC TV'show Caesar's Hour, was injured : just after leaving the stage at the Century Theater a few minutes before the show ended. ! Two pieces of scenery became! entangled as one was being raised and the other lowered. A pipe nine feet-long at the bottom of one piece of scenery slipped out of place and dropped to the floor 20 feet below:j The falling weight bounced off! Miss Fabray's left temple. Neither the audience in the theater nor the television viewers witnessed .the accident. When -the cast — minus Miss TV STAR INJURED — Nanette Fabray,. supporting player on .the .Sid Caesar -TV show, was injured' last night when a 75-pound scenery weight fell on her head-a few minutes before the show ended. She was offstage, at the time. Miss Fabray was reported improving today at a New York hospital. (AP Photofax) Turnpike Crash Fatal To Woman DONEGAL, Pa.—(INS)-A New, . . York, state woman was killed and! In A P nl 1953 > the. commission five other-persons injured today'in! cleared her of loyalty charges, but a collision between a car and a ! u P heId her dismissal on grounds of Woman Long Fight To Get Job Back Federal Worker Who Was Suspended Will Seek Pay She Lost BALTIMORE W — Mrs. Evelyn iP. Burrell, who won back her fed eral job after more than three year's of legal scrapping against J disloyalty charges, plans one more icourt fight. . Aiilton B. Allen, her attorney, I said yesterday she : would file suit jbefore the Court of Claims seeking to recover .the pay she lost during her period of suspension. Allen estimated the amount at more than $15,000. . -•••'. Mrs. Burrell, at. the Army's in- i \ itation, yesterday returned to her 'job as a clerk at the Curtis Bay Army Ordnance Depot. - ' .• She was suspended in February 1952. The Army, launched a security proceeding against her.at that time.' ."".'.'''-.'.-.''..-"' ..-'.- • In August of-that.year, the Civil Service. Commission informed Mrs. Burrell that it'had found reasonable doubt of loyalty;and /had determined .she was ; "unsuitable for Federal employment because '01 your false statements •concerning material loyalty matters.". When Mrs. Burrell appealed to the Loyalty Review. Board, she found that the false statements attributed to her - concerned her answers to questions 'about Communist affiliations. Three Balky Gls Fined And Sentenced To Prison BALTIMORE; <fl - Three con- jscientious objectors who failed to report for work assignments at State hospitals in lieu of serving in the armed forces were sentenced ( sentence after the three members to:'federal'prison yesterday andjot Jehovah's Witnesses sect were fined $1,000 each. (convicted of violating the Universal Judge W. Calvin Chesnut passed j Military Training Service Act. . Fabray — took bows at the end absence with an by saying she had met accident backstage. NewYorti's best located hotel 2000 spotless rooms Sensibl* rates include radio Many rooms with Television HOT EL TAFf NEW YORK ON TIMES SQUARE AT RADIO CITY North Centre at Polk Street trailer truck on the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Donegal. Mrs. Eunice Wolfe, 53, of White of the show, Caesar explained her PlainSi N Y ., was dead on arrival California has more automobiles than any other state — 4,879,210 — with New York second -s- 3,893,980. at Mount Pleasant Hospital. She and the injured were occupants 'of| Ihe auto. unsuitability. The U...S. Court of Appeals in Washington earlier this :month reversed .the decision and criticized the commission's handling of the case. Would Sluui . (Continued from Page 1) isome Democrats "have given strong indications that foreign policy may become a political football/' • "r am hoping," he said, "that jthe Democratic candidates as well Four Guinea ing Bacteria ^Sought In Britain EXETER, guinea pigs whole class England W) — Four which could kill a room of youngsters were being hunted in an extraordi- [as. other "Democratic leaders who j nary police 'operation today, have in the past ..shown commend-! The animals, infected with salable leadership in striving for non- monella enteritidis bacteria van- partisan foreign 'policy will see the danger of this'.- trend toward partisan tactics on .this all-important .issue. ... 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