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The Troy Record from Troy, New York • Page 16

The Troy Recordi
Troy, New York
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THE TROY PECORD, MORNING, JUNE 9, Convicted Killer Captured By FBi Agen IS In Nevad a Washington (AP)'--The FBI an. nounced yesterday tlial John Hopkins, convicted murderer of an Arizona policeman and one of the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted Men," was seized Monday at Gold Aero Mine, 30 ''miles south of Ileo- wawc, Nev. Director J. Edgar Hoover liaid Hopkins' was with three knives but surrendered without struggle to FBI agents. Hoover said Hopkins had been Jiving and working in the Gold Acre Mine rca.

Hopkins escaped last Nov. 30 from Arizona State Prison, where he was-serving an 8V4-ycar to life sentence for the Feb. 19, 1945, slaying of a Wickenburg, policeman. The officer had surprised Hopkins in the burglary of a drug Give Father That contain Father's is Sund June 20 Kenroyd Tailored $10 95 One of the best things you could get for Father, (or-yourself) is a pair of fine rayon gabardine slacks tailored by KENROYD and with DACRON which means that they: HoU Crtoid Mid WrfnUti! tkllr Seldom NccJ Preisingf An Airy-Light! Weor TirrifKallyl WELLS COVERLY GETS MASTER'S Henry of .811 6th was awarded the' degree of Master of in Education at Siena College. Mr.

graduate of Siena, served i Army in the Southwest Pacific War II. He'recently was admitted to; the staff of'the Education faculty in Lansing- burg and is a member of- the audit committee of the Troy Community Chest. -He is currently employed by Clu'ett, Peabody as cost analyst for the vice president of manufacturing. Barkley Becomes Candidate For Old Senate Seat Frankfort, Ky. (AP) Former Vice President Alben W.

Barkley formally became a candidate yesterday for his old U. S. Senate seat. The 76-year-old Paducah. Democrat's declaration candidacy 'or his party's nomination was received at the secretary of state's office.

Barkley announced March 27 after Democratic leaders launched ike Meet Decry Probe, (Continued From Page Fourteen) committee stall, under Counsel Itchco A. Worrosor, has so far conducted is the foundation directors -as a one-sided, dist rled and untrue view of what they have been doing. This whole business started last July when Representative. Rcecc made a speech demanding a con- jrcssional investigation There is well-founded-suspicion that the original motive was political; Reeee is.a former GOP Committee chairman. He had supported the late Sen.

Robeit A Taft of Ohio for he GOP presidential nomination 1952, After the Chicago conven- ion there was considerable bit- erness against Paul Hoffman who lad taken leave of the 1 Ford Foundation to organize, the Eisen- hower.nomination campaign. Open Charge. The open charge made against all foundations in general and the Ford Foundation in particular was that they were' "using their resources subversive activities, for political purposes, propaganda, or to influence legislation." In. 1953, however, the charges of subversion were subordinated. It was announced that they had been looked into, and there was little there.

The.Reece committee took a new track. This was revealed when the committee hearings opened and Norman Dodd, its director or research, presented his report on six months of study. It intimated the existence of a gigantic conspiracy on the of the leaders of American education; the foundations and the federal government to int'ernation alize U. S. thinking and direct it toward the social sciences.

What emerged was a set of charges regarded as utterly fantastic by the foundation representatives who; have been observing the hearings. In brief, the charges seem to boil down-to this: Changes in the U.S. educational system in the last 50 years have been un-American, These changes nrp tho result of a plot on the part of the foundation trustees who have spent ways and for purposes never Intended by the.donors. Financed By Grants. The "carle!" of organizations Induced by such grants and alleged-, to have put this over, include: The American Council of Learned Societies, National Research Council, American Council on Education, Association (founded 1857), supplemented: by such others as he -Association's Churches.

All have, of course, been con- idered so eminently respectable to be viewed as reactionary by progressives. The new and particular villain of the plot, however! seems to be the Fund for the Advancement of It was formed only ihree yeois ago with a giant of 55 million from Ford Foundation, Its purpose wis openly and frankly selociive reicarch and experimental projects to limprovc' and further develop formal education. Chairman of tho fund is Frank W. 'Abrams, for many ycais head ol Standard Oil' of New Jelsoy. Olhers'on' the fund's board Include Roy Lnrscn of Time, of General Electric, Paul and Owen J.

Roberts, formir Su- premo Court Justice. None of these nor any other foundation officials have as -yet been requested to testify nod tell. side of'the-story: Noiv at: RDELS OF ONSON PRICES I Federal Taxes a draft him. Republican Sen. John Sherman Cooper hasn't filed formally yet for reelection but has said he would run.

Midnight Saturday is the filing deadline, is Aug. 7. The primary Jesse Cecil, Louisville, and Rev. James L. Delk, Frankfort, filed for the Democratic nomination.

G. Tom Hawkins, Elkhorn City, has filed for the GOP nomination. Press Tomorrow Washington (AP) President Eisenhower will hold a news conference at. 10:30 a.m. EDT the White House said yesterday." These interviews are usually held on Wednesday, but the White House said yesterday it more convenient for'the National Security Council to meet this morning instead of Thursday.

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