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THE WEATHER CLOUDY Indiana—Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday, colder north portion tonight and south portion Tuesday. Temperature 7 a. m., 31 degrees; 12 noon, 37 degrees. Sunrise: 6:05; sunset: 5:56. LOGANSPQRT PJJBOC LIBRARY A .A ' . In The Service Of,The r'w' ^^ . Community For Over 1 M Bi - One Hundred Years £ YOUR HOME TOWN NEWSPAPER HOMEEDITION Founded 1844—Volume 104 Full-Leased United Press Wlrei Day and LOGANSPORT, INDIANA, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 14, 1949 For AU Department! Phone mi Price Per Copy—Five Cent* 450,000 MINERS WALK OFF JOB Rail Unions Get 40-Hour Week Offer Recommend Five-Day Week and Seven-Cent Raise For Non-Operating Unjons. CHICAGO, March 14—TIP)—Mediators In the long wage-hour controversy between the nation's railroads and 16 non-operating unions awarded the workers generally a 40-hour, fivc : day work week with two consecutive days off, it was disclosed today. They also awarded a seven-cent hourly wage increase retroactive to Oct, 1 in their decision on matters submitted to them last week by both rail and union negotiators after nearly six months of bargaining. Although no contract; has been signed, both labor and management have agreed to accept the mediators' decision on points given them for decision. ' As approved by the mediators, tho 40-hour week—for 48 hours pay—wilt become effective Sept. 1 for those non-operating employes v/ljo do not now have it. HoJil Separate Sessions The seven-cent hourly increase is exclusive of the automatic hourly rate Increase which will become effective when tho 40-hour week goes into effect, the mediators' announcement said. Details of the mediators' awards were disclosed as tho two groups of negotiators began separate meetings today to consider their stand on matters not 'yet settled. The mediators, William M. Lelserson, David L. Cole and George A. Cook, followed the lines of the deej»|on they announced In Decembei*$nUii they'were acting as member* of a Presidential fact-finding board. A spokesman for the union salt! that the two basic Issues still remaining are: 1. Monthly pay. schedules for those workers employed on ' a seven-day schedule. 2. A 40-hour week for the yardmasters. George E. Lelghty, chief negotiator for the unions, described the | 'yardmasters' problem as "a tcmgh nut." Accused Wire Tapper Hurls New Charges Clendenin Ryan Appears at New York City Hall But Finds Mayor O'Dwyer Is Absent NEW YORK. March 14— (UP)—' r Clendenin Ryan, multimillionaire civic reformer, charged today that he had been offered the post oC ambassador to France to call off his campaign against what he calls j the gangster-dominated regime of I Mayor William F. O'Dwyer. The burly foe of Tammany Hall said the offer had been relayed to him by a prominent public relations expert who said ha had been instructed to make it by "an Important- ambassador." Ryan said he had demanded that the offer bo "put in. writing." Tilting his Homburg to a jaunty angle, Ryan left his big town house on East 70th street for city hall to pose another question to the major about underworld chief Frank Costello. Ryan charges that Costello is the real power behind the city's Democratic machine. Accepts Summons After he sets through at city ] hall Ryan said he would be pleased I to appear before the grand jury In- I vestigating an alleged plot to tap I the wires of city officials here and j In Detroit and Chicago. Mayor 0'- j Dwyer announced discovery of the Court Clears Meaning Of ROANN RESIDENT BUILDS CHAPEL TO BRING BIBLE TO CHILDREN Declaratory Judgment Entered Monday in Cass Circuit Court in Friendly Suit. A declaratory judgment was entered Monday by Judge Clifford 0. Wild in the Cass circuit court in a friendly suit-filed Saturday by the Roselawn Realty company against owners of property in Raub's first addition to the city of Logansport, Tha complaint stated that on Hope For Compromise To Break Filibuster Southern Bloc Declares It Would Agree To Talk Truce Under Certain Conditions WASHINGTON", March 14—(UP) plot early Saturday morning and said a "prominent New Yorker" had financed it for $100,000. Ryan accepted a subpoena last night. When Byan reached city hall he was advised by one of'O'Dwyer's aides that the mayor was away on an appointment. "Is he lazy or yellow or what," Ryan shouted. "I want to see him and he's never here. He's lazy." He stamped, into tho press room and wrote th-v mayor a note in a j hand .shaky with excitement. Tha note began: "Mr. Costcllodwyer: Why liavo you been unable to answer the 11 May S, 1941, the plaintiff executed certain restrictive covenants to the addition and a question has arisen 'as to the meaning of one of them in which H is stated that "No building shall be located ' nearer the front line than 40 feet and nearer than 5 feet to any side lot The judgment upheld the plain tiff's contention that the side re strlction applies to the actual side boundary between adjoining property owners and does not necessarily prohibit a building within 5 feet of each side lot laid out In the addition. Named as defendants In the suit were the following, all of whom had agreed in advance to the judgment: Carl and Esther Kragh, Burl and Marie Toleii, Louise Car- Hhers, Agnes Jensen. John ,,and Catherine Luxem, Edward questions I sent you this past week?" Denies Ryan's Allegations Last week Ryan brought to city hall 11 questions which added up to: "Is Costello the real boss of New York City?" Idella Fasnacht, Walter and Mary "Klein, George and Marcella Wls- sel, James and Pauline Sharpe, - Body Is Recovered From Lake Michigan MICHIGAN CITY, Intl., March 1-1 — (UP)—The body pt a woman who had been missing since the day after last Christmas was discovered from the harbor here yesterday, Sao was identified as Mrs. Helen Fuller, -1C. Lansing, Mich,, by her sister, "Silts: Clarence Butler ot Benton Harbor, Mich. Mrs. Butler said her .sister, the wife ot tho retired .Michigan state historian George F, Fuller, disappeared after visiting at her home . in Benton Harbor, Mich. At Mrs. Fuller's home In Lansing a suicide note was found, which said in poetic form:-"I'm going to give my soul to Lake Michigan," Authorities said tho body apparently had been in. the water since the first of tlie year. It was taken from the harbor by coast guardsmen.. • • Secret Consistory Conducted By Pope Paul and Irene Stonerock, William and Marian Marocco, Robert and Betty Jane Masters, Paul and Jane Havens, W. Scott and Margaret Baker. Glen and Katherine Scott, Donald and Beatrice Andrews, Paul and Dorthea' Bauer, Walter and Lucille RIst, Otto and Dorothy Benjamin Sonnenberg, industrial | Hetzner, Albert Meyer. Thaddeus public relations expert, who was ; and Cleo Hlnkle,. Malcolm and Al- named by Ryan as the conveyor of | bertine Raub, and Hazel Seattle. the ambassadorship offer, said he j The suit was filed through the law was mystified at being dragged In- [ n nn O f Landis and Landis, to the case. j "Of course I never did any such i thing." ho said, "nor have I had I any contact with Mr. Ryan since ' I helped him on a property case last year. I simply cannot understand why he should say such things!" Meanwhile, police of 13 states searched for former city detective Kenneth Ryan, 45, no relation to the millionaire, who escaped from a city hall washroom Saturday morning after confessing his part | placing older models. Slash In GE Prices Made NEW YORK, March 14—(UP) — General Electric today announced price cuts up to $20 on some models of refrigerators, home freezers and electric stoves, and said additional reductions • would be made on many new home appliances re- Walter Splcce, B man who be- , Heves you must "get the Bible to i the .children somehow," supervised the construction of « small chapelt pictured ubore, jnst outside the lloann grade school building 1 where ' pupils get religions education along: frith their reg-iilnr dnssworlt. Bible classes in nearby churches and homes also have been started In grade schools ut Somerset, Ur- baii.'i, lagrro, and Llncolnvlllc until similar chapels can be built The chapel was built after B supremo court ruling outlawed holding religious classes In public school buildings during public school hours. The classes Jn the chapel me non-sectarian and-written permission of the parents has been obtained so that the children can atterid. Walter Splecc designed the above 18 by 20 foot wood cjhpcj, tlie ihiid find lumber were dojiiltefli and volunteer workers in the wire-tapping plot, Ryan told O'Dwyer that "a prominent New Yorker" -had given the private detective agency for which lie worked Sl'OO.OOO to tap the telephones o£ some 75 city officials in Xew York, Chicago an:l Detroit. Police found a $10,000 wire-tapping arsenal" in Ryan's Yonkers home when they arrested him last Friday night. VATICAN CITY, March 14— (UP)—Pope Plus XII held a secret consistory today to appoint new bishops and archbishops mid to receive votes on the canonization of three persons who-had passed , roads around the tlie preliminary steps of beattfl- | today where the cation - I of Fulks Lake" A public consistory followed at ' which tour consistorlal lawyers pleaded for the speedy canonization of two "blessed persons" whose elevation to the honor of tne altars had boon voted at the last secret consistory. Turtle Hunt Attracts Thousands Of Curious CHURUBUSCO, Ind., March 14— (UP)—State police patrolled the Arrest Taxi Driver On Paternity Charge Harley Fulford. 25. of Bloomington, is being held In the Cass county jail on n ' paternity charge brought by a IT-year-old Boone township girl. FulCord was returned here Sunday night by Sheriff C. F. Parrctt after he was taken Into custody by the Monroe county sheriff at Bloomlngton, where he was era- ployed as a taxi driver. The youth formerly was employed by a 'construction company turtle was attracting thousands of curiosity seekers. More than 3,000 jammed the farm yesterday hoping to catch sight ot the turtle rumored to be 500 years old and weigh 500 'pounds. They wanted to see for themselves the reptile which had garnered tho reputation of stealing fanners' cattle and dragging thorn off with him to Fulks Lake. Charles E. Wilson, GE president, estimated that the new price reductions plus others made since Jan. 1 would total more than 5-10,000,000 for the remainder o£ 1D49 at the retail level, based on current vot- unia. The company said its new table television set would be priced at $239, as compared with $325 for the lowest price set. formerly available with a 10-inch tube nnd that its now automatic clothes washer would be $70 cheaper than the washer It replaces. Child Cruelty Charge Filed Against Couple ' Jolin Downs, 3-1, of this city,'was free under $100 bond today pending his arraignment in the Cass circuit court on a charge of,cruelty and neglect of a minor'child, • He was arrested Sunday by Sheriff C. F. Parrett on a warrant issued by the circuit court. An affl- Terre Haute Woman Perishes In Creek TERRE HAUTE, Ind., March 14 — (UP)—Funeral services will be held tomorrow for Clara Smith, 6G. whose body was found In a creek near her home seven miles southwest of here yesterday. Tha body was found by her brother, Bert Smith. She had left her shoes, spectacles and artificial teeth on the bank. Members of the family told authorities that tile' elderly spinster j had presumably left the house to I throw some cans Into the creek. | Deputy Coroner D. M. Ferguson, i Jr., said the woman died of drown- ] ! ing. . | Persons At C. C. Dinner Dean James E. McCarthy, of Notre Dame University Will Address Gathering. Reservations for the annual Chamber of Commerce membership meeting Tuesday night poured in- o the offi.ce today as many persons were determined to beat the Monday deadline 011 reservations. Almost 150 were expected to at- .entl tho 7 o'clock Country club dinner at which four new directors will be elected.to the board. The etiring directors are Thomas Med!and, president; Fred Drompp, Mervin Emlcr and Leo Hendrlcks, "Future and Faith" will be the subject of a talk by Dean James E. McCarthy, of Xotre Dame unl- i versity, speaker ot the evening. Dean McCarthy is head of the col- Lonely Heart Slayers Sent To New York Michigan Turns Couple Over —Filibustering southern Democrats agreed today on how far they will go to compromise the Senate anti-filibuster fight but would not reveal details because of their "delicate" nature. There was no Indication from the southerners whether their stand would be acceptable to administration Democrats and Republicans In the three-sided wrangle. Sen. Richard B. Russell, D., Ga.. _ « , y-vxr- TtTl- tJ^ii. i^n.ii<Aiii JD. JULiaac'i, -LJ., van.. To tasteru Officers Where quarterback of the Dixie bloc, said They Face Possible Death! after a conference with southern Vice Premier Of His Duties Another Shift Is Disclosed By Soviet Council in Members of Politburo. MOSCOW, March 14— (UP)— Nikolai A. Voznesensky has been relieved of his duties as a vice premier or the Soviet Union aud chairman of the Soviet state planning commission, It was disclosed today. Tha latest shift in the top Soviet hierarchy came to light when the council • of .nationalities, one of the two houses of the Soviet parliament,, ratified the appointment Penalty. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., March ]4_(UP)— The lonely hearts killers were ordered to be turned over to the state of New York today for a .murder trial which could send them to Sing Sing's electric chair. Circuit Judge Dale Souter upheld New York's claim to Raymond Fernandez, 34-year-old mall order Casanova, and Mrs. Martha Beck, 29, confessed slayers of. two widows "and a baby in a matrimonial bureau, racket. The couple was represented by two attorneys In their fight against extradition as agreed upon by Michigan Gov, E. Mennen Williams and Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New York. Souter dealed all defense motions. New York won the right to try the killers for the slaying of Mrs. Janet Fay, 50. Albany, In a room- ins house at Valley Stream,' Long Island. Fernandez, balding and swarthy, and his 200-pound mistress and helper, confessed killing Mrs. Fay .in New. York and Mrs. Deliphene Downing, 28. and her 21-month- old baby, Ralnell, at Byron Center, Mien: • :"• Governors cf Michigan and New York signed an agreement providing that if the couple Is not convicted of first degree murder In New York, the defendants shall be returns I to this state for first degree murder trials. Maksim Zakharovich Saburov the two posts. There waa no immediate indica-' (.ion whether the 45-year-old Voz- All Hoosier Mines Closed TERRE HAUTE, Ind., M.irch 14 —(UP)—All Hoosier members of the United Mine Workers (Ind.) were idle today, officers of districts S and 11 reported. Louis Austin, Terre Haute, president of UMW district 11, said none j three factions failed to bring about of his nearly 10,000 miners em- j a -truce. But Democratic Leader ployed at some 90 deep shaft and j Scott W. Lucas of Illinois said, "we open pit mines reported for work. | believe we are making progress." colleagues that "negotiations are so delicate that I don't care to comment on them just now." Meanwhile, the talkathon went into a 13th day of oratory with Sen. Allen J. Ellender, D., La., as leadoff man. Ellender, who once held the floor .23 hours over a six-day period, told reporters he had enough material to go "about 22 hours". Democratic .leader Scott W. Lucas of Illinois confirmed that administration forces had rejected one Republican compromise proposal because they felt it did not go far enough toward curbing' fill- busters. It would permit cloture on all Senate business, except rules changes, by vote of three-quarters of the Senates present. Call Second Conference But '.lie said it was a. "pretty close -question" whetlier the admin- istratjonvpemocrats would accept an altettiatfye plan to provide cloture ~ by - s a "constitutional two- thirds" vote—at least G4 senators. A .High administration source said the chances were "bright," for a settlement on that basis at a second: meeting of administration Democrats, southerners and Republicans this afternoon. The Republican policy committee met briefly to hear an interim report from Senate GOP Leader Kenneth S, Wherry on the negotiations. The GOP senators authorized Wherry, Republican W h I p, Leverett SaUpustall, R., Mass., and Sen. Williauv.'F. Knowland, R,, Ca),, to continue their efforts to work put a compromise. Administration leaders were meeting separately also, and they, the southerners and the Republicans planned a combined meeting later in an attempt to reach an agreement In the filibuster fight which lias stoppered up administration legislation. An extraordinary Sunday conference of representatives of the all-powerful Soviet politburo. was anounved that Saburov took Jake M.'Luther, Clay City, secretary-treasurer of UMW district 8, Spokesmen for the other similarly optimistic. Sen Fire Destroys 4,600 Chicks WINAMAC,- Ind., March 14—Fire oC unknown origin- destroyed 4,600 three-weeks-old chickens in brooder house-on. the Ted Howe farm, a half mile north of Wlna- mac, at 5 o'clock this morning. The .loss from the destruction of the chickens alone was" estimated at mora than ,$1,500. It was covered by- Insurance. The-blaze, which started'in the east-end' 'of the 100 .by 25-foot brooder,, house, was discovered by a passing Sears.'truck driver, whose dentlty ' was not learned. He tnocked 'on the door to warn the Howe family of tlie fire. Both the Winamac and Monterey fire departments were summoned and they Icept-the fire from spreading to any of the other buildings, The brooder house that burned had been built only three years ago. lege OC commerce at Notre Dame. | over e.s vice premier and chief of the state planning- commission March 5.' I The chairman • of tlie planning commission is responsible for planning and coordinating Soviet economy. Vozuesensky became chairman in 193.S and his latest major task was the framing of Russia's first -post- war five-year plan. . . He became a full member of the politburo in 1947 at the age of 43 j was announced today davit signed by Russell York and I Walter Huth and S/Sgt. Ernest filed by Prosecutor Tom HIr-' Cloud, local army recruiters, achauer alleges that Downs aban- j Grauel served two years in the doned his one-year-old child on,| army and following his discharge, Walker Will State School Head INDIANAPOLIS, March 14 — (UP)—Dear.e B, Walker, Culver, the last of 11 Democrats elected to - state posts last Nov. 2 to take office, will become state superintendent of public instruction tomorrow. . Charles R. Grauel, 25, ot 117 | Walker, Marshall'county super- Lux street, has re-enlisted .In the 1 intendent of schools for ths past field artillery reserve corps, it 24 years, will succeed Ben H. by Veteran Re-enlists In Artillery Reserve said the -450 UMW members in his ] Ham- F. Byrd, D., Va., a leader of district were not working i» the seven strip mines. "Our men will be told to file for unemployment Insurance after they have been Idle one week," Austin said, since this Is not a labor dispute. Truman Sports Tan On Florida Vacation KEY WEST, Fla., March (UP)—President Truman entered , tlie second week of his Florida va- and.was the only member who also | catlon today tanned and in good was a member of tlie academy of sciences by virtue of his scholastic 'achievements. Premier Josef Stalin and'Vlce-Premler.V. M. Molotov are honorary members. The council of nationalities today also ratified the appointment o£ Andrei Vlshlnsky .to succeed Molotov as foreign minister and M,- A. Menshikov to succeed Anastag I. Mikoyan as foreign trade minister. Unlike Voznesensky, h o w e v e r, both Molotov and Mikoyan retained their posts as vice-premiers of' the Soviet Union when they relinquished their otlier portfolios March 4. T/Sgt. Red Cross Fund . , Totals $4,406.16 With tlie soJlcHatloa'oi the business district nearly completed, the 1949 Cass county.Red Cross fund campaign tot^l rose' to $4,406,10,- 5t was announced today by Richard .Bailey, publicity chairman ot the local chapter. ' Returns Irom other areas oC solicitation will not be available humor. Despite his concern over delays In getting his legislative program through congress, he was .enjoying his first vacation, since last November. Rep. George A. Smatliers, D., Fla., wio had lunch with the President Saturday and was a visitor at the .winter White House Sunday, said the President was "not disheartened, nor even discouraged." The President spent a qu{et weekend. ' He and Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson attended church services Sunday at the tiny chapel on the naval base. After a swim, they spent the rest of tlie day sitting around the house. the Dixie bloc, commented, "we're hopeful something can be worked out." GOP Floor Leader Kenneth S. Wherry, Neb., said he, too, had "high hopes." until' said. Watt, Noblesville. Watt's departure will leave only nine elected Republican .officials in the Indiana statehouse. They are four judges on the state' su- j ty will be reached. later In the month, Bailey However, it is hoped that when more complete returns are in the ?10,000 quota for CASS coun- Jamiary ]0. A similar .affidavit has ! enlisted for three years In Uie re-i preme court, four ou the appellate | Suit Claims Trailer Parked On Property Without Authority Maude and Jab Jlmerson Drama Guild PlayTonight Third Civic Drama guild production of the season. "Angel Street," will- be offered by the Junior Chamber of 'Commerce tonight at the high school auditorium. Curtain time is S:15 o'clock. The male lead in this English mystery, will be portrayed. by Moultrle Patten, while Penny Kasper; who also directs the production, will take the part of Mrs. Maimingham. Other members of the cast include Don Ross' as "Rough," Dorothy Taylor as "Nancy," and Miriam Ryan as "Elizabeth." All three are Broadway veterans and have appeared on numerous radio shows. The play was the basis for the j ~~ : ,g~ w'here'The Progressive Mine popular movie, "Gaslight," starring j Wo i.) {ers (j n d.) continued on the Ingrld Bergman and ~ ' ' ' Lewis'Order Closes Mines; Railroads Cut Two - Week Work Stoppage Expected to Reduce Coal . Stockpile From 67,500,000 to 43,500,000 Tons. PITTSBURGH. March 14—(UP) —John L. Lewis' 4."i*,000 miners quietly began their two-week me-' morial. holiday today, and eastern railroads started laying off 59,000 men employed in hauling coal. Operators reported that all peaceful at their idled mines. No one except supervisors and maintenance crews showed up for worfc this morning and no pickets wer* posted. The work stoppage is expected to cut the nation's coal stockpile from 67,500,000 to 43.500,000 tons. Lewis called the holiday in protest to tlie appointment of Jamet Boyd as director of the U. S. Bureau of Mines. He termed It a me- morlal to the "unnecessary slaughter" of 1.015 miners and Injury to 50,000 others'last year. Ths order to quit work included all United Mine Workers east of the Mississippi river. Boyd'g Confirmation Advanced Boyd, who has served two year* while awaiting Senate confirmation. of his appointment by President Truman, said he would stay on the Job because "a fellow can't tack out of a fight while under fire and keep his self-respect" He lias received only five months' pay gince taking the job.- Senate leaders In Washington said the walkout made Boyd's confirmation almost certain. Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney. D., Wyo., chairman of the Interior committee . which, will meet today to consider the appointment, said the walkout "assured" Boyd of approval. The committee approved 10 to 1 the nomination of Dr. Boyd as Bureau of 'Mines director. Only Sen. Eugene D. Millikan, R., Colo., voted against the nomination, which Lewis had protested by ordering liis miners on a two- week demonstration, walkout starting last midnight. The committee, headed by Sen. Joseph. C. O'Mahoney, 'D., Wyo., postponed action on a bill that would remove the coal mine inspection division from the Bureau of Mines and make it an independent office In. the Interior department ' Charge lewis -with 'Intimidation The bill was introduced by Sen. Edwin C. .Johnson, D,, Colo. It» approval would be regarded as a partial victory for Lewis, who ha« contended that Boyd is not quall- lied to direct the mine safety program. Sen. Harry. F. Byrd, D., Va., accused Lewis of trying to "Intlmt- date" the Senate. Boyd, former dean of the Colorado School of Mines, said Lewis' criticism of him "may be a gen* eral attack" on Secretary of Interior: J. A. Krug, or "it may be that Mr. Lewis is piqued because he was not consulted on my appointment.'' Krug and Lewis have long been at odds. Joseph L. Moody, president of the Southern Coal Producers, said h* "had reason to believe" that Lewla may extend the walkout to cut coal stockpiles further to Improve the union's position .in. wage-contract negotiations beginning May 1. The union agreement - runs to June 30. Many miners throughout the coal fields already' had been laid off or were working reduced hours • because of the warm whiter weather which had cut coal consumption. The miners'-- annual two-weeks vacation Is scheduled to begin July 1. Iron and. steel producers said they didn't expect the miners' holiday to affect their industries un» less'the stoppage turns into a pro longed strike. Only state east of .the Mississippi in which coal production did not come to a complete halt was Illl- Boyer. Mass 3,000 Troops Near Trans-Jordan RHODES, March 14—(UP)—Israeli mechanized forces 3,000 strong have moved into position along tbo Trans-Jordan frontier possession oC real-estate at Pot- nort h of Aqaba. reports from which erected an electric power j been filed against Roberta DOIVDS, I serve corps. His first enlistment | bench and the clerk of the su- lin.c in Boone township. [whose bond-was set a $500. | expired several weeks ago. '(pi-erne and appellate courts. 'towatoml Point and $75 damages In an unusual complaint filed Monday in the local justice of the peace court against Harry Borden. The plaintiffs assert that the defendant has parked a .trailer on their real estate' without right and has occupied it for more than six Solicitation will continue iu the residential • sections and various .weeks. The suit was filed through townships throughout the county. < the law firm of Hillls and Hillis. | Trans-Jordan frontier. United Nations observers In the field said today. Reports of the new troops mover ment reached Rhodes after. Dr. Ralph J: Bunche sent word to the United Nations Security Council that Israeli forces were moving northward along the Wadf Araba Charles ^ j ob j onll 'Marcbiando, head of the | Progressives, who pulled out of the UMW 25 years' ago, said the walkout would give the "'enemies of labor the objects they seek." Jack Kroll, director of the CIO Political Action Committee, also denounced the sto'ppage and said he hoped It "will have little effect ,on repeal of the Taft-Hartley law. The current stoppage was the seventh in the coal industry since the end of the war. on .a line parallel to tlie Palestlne- is PRINCETON, N. J., March 14—. (UP)—Dr. Albert Einstein, discoverer of tne theory of relativity who made possible the development ot the atom bomb, observed his 70th, birthday quietly at his home today.

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