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W«ath«r Cioudy tonight. Low 45-52. Cloudy, cooler tomorrow Warmer Wednesday. ~ High, 57; low, 51; noon, 50. Rainfall, .79 inch. -River. 4.21 feet. Humidity, S4 pet VOL. LXXXVIH.— JVO. 139 r«. $««.-*> CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, MONDAY, MAY 20, 1957 Intunafmaal Nt»i Strric» J6 Page* 6 CENTS AFL-CIO Gives "Boot" To Beck Eisenhower Foreign Aid Plea Slated Hiigerly Contends Coiigrcgs Message Likely Tomorrow WASHINGTON un - The admin- islralion's embattled $3.880,000,000 foreign aid proposal will be sub- rnilled Ihis week lo a Congress hip deep in an economy wave. Slate Department sources and Sen. H. Alexander Smith (R-NJ) had said President Eisenhower would submit his aid message to day. But White House press secretary James C. Hagerty said this was incorrect: ,that it probably - will go up tomorrow. Eisenhower will make a nation wide radio-television appeal lo morrow night in behalf of the program. Dulles Firal Wilnui Secretary of Stale Dulles wil, fake over Wednesday as the leadoff wilness at a series of public hearings by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Eisenhower has scaled down his original request for $4.400,000,000 by lopping 500 millions from proposed military assistance for the fiscal year starting July 1. But a special Senate committee which spent many months weighing the foreign aid program urgec him lo cut further in that fielc and make a "counlry by country' re-examination ot his requests for economic assistance. Eisenhower's program proposes a greater shift from oulrigh grants to loans in nonmilitary ait and long-range authority for al aspects ot aid abroad. A key proposal is that Congress authorize Ihe establishment of an economic development revolving fund with aulhorily to make up to SCO million dollars in long-tern low inleresl loans next year for economic development, and up lo 750 millions for .each of the two succeeding years* ^. In addilion, Eisenhower is ask ing for next year 580 millions in other economic and technical aii authority, including a persona fund of 300 millions for use in his discretion to meet emergen cics. Most Is Direct Alii The military side of his reques tolals $2.800,000,000 made up o $1,900.000.000 for direct military aid to allies in guns, lanks, je fighters and olher military hard ware, and 900 millions in defcns support. Defense support, whic includes some forms of economt assistance, goes only to countries with which ihe Uniled States has defense commitments. H includes aid for building de fcnse-supporting projects such a well as other aid to keep th economies of partners stron. enough to maintain their militar; pledges of mutual defense. Six Persons Die la Auto Mishap ODESSA, Del. «v-Three adults and three children were kille early today as their aulo crashe into a concrete abutment on U. S 13 about three-quarters of a mil south of here. Police tentatively identified Ih driver of the car as Clevelan Outlaw, 22, of New York City A woman passenger, who die shortly after arrival at Delawar Hospilal in Wilminglon. was idct tified as Bertha Phillips ot th same address. Tcsi Shot Thwarted LAS VEGAS, Ncv. (INS) High winds thwarted scientist for the sixth time today in thei efforls to fire the first atomi explosion of the new series ( tests in Nevada. Games Washed Out AMERICAN' poned. rain Chicago at Boston postponed rain. cold, wet grounds. Suspect Shields Face *w -., ''™i^<:?#%i®B)* Sex Offender Jailed In Slaying Of Child W Ti TB -_ *r George James Davies, 38, of Thomaston, Co in., covers his face as he is escorted into police headquarters at Bristol, Conn., for booking as the killer of Brenda Jane Doucette nine of Bristol slabbed and strangled on her way to school last Monday. AtVight is Deleclive Daniei MacPherson. Police said Davies has confessed brula[ crime. ( Af photatax) Milder, Wet Weather Due BALTIMORE IP—Five-day forecast: Temperatures will average ncar normal to about 2 degrees above normal./Mod- crately coo) Tuesday. Warmer Wednesday and Thursday wilh showers in Western Maryland lale Wednesday and over the area on Thursday. It-will be cooler Friday and wanner again Saturday with showers again in Western Maryland Saturday. Nippon Joins With U. S. In Defense Pact TOKYO to — Japan's govern- nenl today approved a four-point lasic defense policy tied securely o the United Slales "until an elective organ ofjthe^United Nations can be setup" to combat possible future aggression. "In Case of aggression. Japan will fight it in order (o preserve our country's independence and peace, which U based on demo- rv| m \V7 1 cratic principle." said the govern- OlclSl W TOf KS ment announcement of the policy ^vyM.0 approved by Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi's Cabinet. The basic principles: 1. Japan will support actions ol Ihe Uniled Nations and will co- operale wilh other nations lo preserve world peace. 2. The governmenl will stabilize the people's livelihood and foster patriotism in order to build the necessary means of safeguarding Ihe structure of Japan. 3. The government will builc Japan's defensive strength ef economic strength and nationa feeling of Ihe counlry. 4. To resist aggression, Japan's chief defensive policy Will be based on Ihe U. S.-Japan join security pact until an effective organ of Ihe Uniled Nations'can be set up to combat aggression Sea, Air Search For Boat Pushed TAIPEI (f, — An intensive air and sea search was under way today for Charles E. Henderson III of Easton, Md., overdue on a p from Manila to mosa. and five Filipinos Dixie Stores In 'Race War' AMERICUS. Ga. U\-An explo •ion which damaged three stores n downtown Atnericus apparently vas aimed at one store selling supplies to nearby bi - racial Southern Foi Henderson .... ... . ...,...„„ sailed May 9 from .Manila aboard Ihe sailing yacht Lady Barbara They were due al Kaohsiung Southern Formosa, May 15, bu did not arrive. lenderson's wile is expected !' arrive in Hong Kong tonight o tomorrow aboard the liner Pres ident Cleveland. Frosi In London LONDON w> — 'Robert Frost famed 83-year-old American poet, flew into London today to start a Cleveland at New York, posl- lecture tour of England and to "'" receive honorary degrees from Oxford and Cambridge universi Graham Gets Largest Crowd In New York City 'Crusade' NEW YORK IT>—Evangelist Billy Graham drew 19.000 people to mew Madison Square Garden last night Noah —the largest crowd to date in his ing New York crusade. •• The arena's 18,500 seals were before filled, and there were 500 standees. Graham's slaff said 84,000 persons have attended the live nights Ihe crusade has been in progress. Another record was set last „ night when 913 persons—husbands same and wives, old and young, children and teen-agers—came forward in response to Graham's fsrvent pica to "turn lo Christ now." To date, 3,5261 have walked dawn , the pulpit, signifying their accept- home by plane today ance of, as Graham said, "a new '" '" '" ~ lifs lhat Christ can give." Graham took as his text Mai Ihew 24:37-33—"But as the days o w -nh were, so shall also the com „ of the Son of Man be. "For as in Ihe days that wen efore the flood they were eatint and drinking, marrying and giv ing in marriage, until the day tha Noah entered the Ark." The evangelist said lhat "crowd ing God out of our lives was th sin in Noah's time," and that th sin is widespread today Nehru Goes Home COLOMBO, Ceylon tft-India 1 Prime. Minister Nehru heade ..— /aftcra Ihree day visit wilh Ceylon's Prim Minister Eandaranaike. Piiieati Plans To Seek Suez Stand By U.N. UNITED NATIONS. N..Y. '.?— French Foreign Minister Chris iian Pineau planned to ask the V. N. Security Council today to state that Egypt's plan for operating the Suez Canal is not the final word. Leaving Paris by plane for the reopening of Council debate on the canal, Pineau conceded the French "don't have big illusions on Ihe results of the debate." slae "We intend essentially," he told her ;wsmen, "That the "-••-• - ons should slate that _.„ situation of the Suez Canal is no final." In asking for the renewal of de- car bate. France had asked the a nation Council to "call upon Egyp to comply with the six principles for operation of the canal hat tie until sh e , T?' Council approved last Oct. 13. he talnled ' dows were shattered in story bank building across ...^ street and a window was broken n the county courthouse. A.boycott of Koinonia Farm, 'here Negroes and whiles live, work and play together, has existed for some time among a number of Americus merchants. There have been numerous re- wrts of violence directed against the farm. Eddie Sutlon. manager of the ecd store, told authorities he had been ordered by his Macon,-Ga., icadquarters lo sell products to the farm or lo anyone who entered the store. He added he s resigning his position because of the order. accordance with a unilateral declaration deposited with the U. N. April 24 as an "international instrument." unemployed for A palhologisl's report the next day said she had been stabbed 22 times, six times in the heart. Dr. Joseph O. Collins, pathologist at r • 7 T» <• \\alerbury Hospilal. said she I llgnd KCIII teS could have fc een dead from slran- rj TT 7 -, gulation before Ihe stabbings oc- nepOrtS HnSufinn\ cwrei - TJ| ere was no evidence T> o T TA . sne hacl been rap Civil Rights Backers Defeat Erviu Proposal WASHINGTON 1 Wl— Backers of civil rights legislation defeated in Jobless Man Confesses To Brutal Crime Girl, Aged 9, Was Stabbed To Death On Way To School BRISTOL, Conn. l» — Police aid a convicted sex offender con- essed today to the week-old slay- ng of pretty, 9-year-old Brenda Jane Doucette. They said short, slender George I. Davjes, 38, of Thomaston. ad- milled picking up Ihe blonde hird-grader, on her way to school 'with the intent ot committing iexua! assault." Detective Thomas Laden quoted he slight-built Davies, the father of three children, as saying he 'killed her when she began to scream." Davies was arrested on a coroner's warrant. It charges he killed he youngster after driving her to an isolated spot in nearby Wol- coll. Served Prison Term Police said Davies had a previous record of morals offenses in Thomaston and LilchfieW. They said he was arrested in 1952 and sentenced to three years in slate prison for molesting two little girls. He was paroled in August, 1954 Police quoted him as sayin" in Nis confession thai he was parked on a winding street borders thickly by trees, last Mondav morning, at a place where Brenda Jane usually passed on her wa\ to school. . . Davies told police that as the irl approached he placed his car jack underneath a bumper. As she drew even with the car he lold police, he asked her if she Youth llescued From Bank Vault , would help him by getting a screw driver from inside the car. Brenda at first refused but fi agreed. As she reached in he car he dashed up behinc shoved her in and drove off Three miles away he stnnnpr to pu " the terrified th John Chaffee. 17. coughing and weeping, slumbles from an abandoned bank vault in which he was trapped for four and one-half hours last night in New Haven,- Mich. Group was cleaning up the old building for a party and one youth locked him in vault during horseplay. - (AC Phoiolail Army Set To Take Over Haiti Regime PORT AU PRINCE. Haiti -ifi— Belief grew today that Haiti'., embattled Executive Council soon may have to turn over the reins of government to the army. ' The 7-man-Council-set up 'to govern this volatile Negro republi' Benny Better But Stays In Oxygen Tent MANOR V1LLE. N. Y. Ifl-Sev- en-year-o!d Bennv Hooper Jr. savs -- . resisted and started to he feels better and wants to go scream. Davies said he grabbed fishing. her by the throat and squeezed But first, said his doctors, he'll need another week or 10 days to hake off several respiratory ills. The glass fronts of a feed store lore were caved in. About H win- To Seek Divorce PARIS L«—Actress Ingrid Bergman today said "there is no truth at all" to a report that her husband, director Roberto Rossellini, is living with a married Indian woman in Bombay and plans to divorce Miss Bergman. "I wish they would leave my hustand in peace to do his work,'' said Miss Bergman, who is acting on the Paris stage. "This is all a rumor that has sprung up and it is truly unfortunale." Ervm (D-NC) they contended would have "emasculated" the .11. Thc 6-4 vote, announced after a closed door meeting, marked the repeatedly denied rumors of ritt between them. Grniu Futures Firm aped. thorough examination at Bayview General Hospital in nearby Mastic Beach yesterday. "He's in no danger as far as we can see," said Dr. Joseph H. Kris. "He has a simple inflammation of (he right lung, a sim- unlil presidential elections Jun> IS — lost an important test o strength yesterday when it was denied entry to rebel-run SI Marc, 50 miles northwest of For au Prince. The insurgents welcomed Bri. Gen. Leon Cantave, army chie who accompanied the Council t St. Marc with a troop detachment Rebel leaders lold him Ihey rec ognized only the army's author ity. As Cantave and his force passe through St. Marc's ancient gates they were hailed with cries o "long live the army" and "dow with the government." Chagrined Council members lat er admitted over the governmenl controlled radio they had tried t enter St. .Marc as a test. They sai they retreated to avoid bloodshec Reports spread through Port a Prince lhal the council's days ar numbered. Up lo now Cantave hat refused suggestions that he tak i'cr. The council, which has bee! tubes leading to that lung and a inflammation of the ;— - --a--- --"'a- " -"." i iii: luuuin. WILllJLI llab OC inflammation of the bronchial trying in face of snowballi -i — L,- i — ""«"". s strikes to establish its authority CAB Official To Face Quiz WASHINGTON If! _ Raymond Sawyer, a Civil Aeronautics Board official who has sworn he did not leak word of a major air roulc award, was recalled by Senate in.- iuuaj. nv/i^vi i\\_»i\vi i.Tf—ouvitt rresi- Also summoned for' further dent Klemcnti Voroshilov told a questioning was Laurance Hender- lln '"'"" r - r * —•"—' : - "—* J - J The lung inflammation, he add ed, is not pneumonia but pneu- monitis, which is less serious. Benny was 'reported in "good" condition today after "a very good r.ight." His temperature was 99- almost normal. He was still in an oxygen lent as a precaution. Russian Leader Arrives In Hanoi HOXG KOXG W—Soviel Presi Haiti, comprises parti- group Teamsters' Soss Called To Hearing Demands Council Drop Charges, Says Actions 'Illegal' BULLETIN WASHINGTON l!>, — The AFL-CIO Executive Council loilay found Dave Beck "guilty" as charged" of misusing Teamsters union funds. Beck wag removed as an AFL-CIO vice president. By NORMAN WALKER ^yASHl^'GTOiV w - Teamsters Union President Dave Beck today again told the AFL-CIO Executive Council his suspension as a CJO- AFL officer Is a "nullity." He de- nianded that the federation drop luster charges against him. The 62-year-old Beck was called o answer a 45-page listing of. charges that he has brought the entire labor movement into disrepute. Beck, arriving promptly for the meeting, was. kept cooling his icels for half an hour before be- ng called into the meeting with i8 fellow labor leaders—all like iim presidents or former presidents of labor organizations. Gets Chance To Answer The purpose of the meeting was to give Beck an opportunity to answer in closed session with his ellow labor leaders the corruption charges he refused to talk about publicly before the Senate Rackets Investigating Committee. Beck invoked the Fifth Amendment more than 200 times before .he Senate committee in refusing '.a answer committee charges that le "stole" more than 5300,000 of Temasters funds. Beck has repaid the union about 5370,000 which he says he borrowed. As he went into the meeting of the AFL-CIO commillee, Beck issued a 300-word stalcmenl saying lhal his temporary suspension was illegal. Beck, 'appearing a bit more grim and serious than his usual bouncy self, went into the closed meeting at AFL-CIO headquarters accompanied by Gerard Treanor, a Teamsters Union attorney. It was indicated that if Beck gives no salisfaclory explanation, Ihe powerful AFL-CIO Executive Council will make permanent his temporary suspension as an AFL- CIO vice president and Council member. Promises To Show Up In several appearances before the Senate Rackets Investigating Committee, Beck invoked the Fifth Amendment more than 200 times to avoid telling about his complicated financial dealings with Teamsters funds. Beck had promised at least twice in advance he would show up for today's meeting wilh the Council, and indicated there might be fireworks. The pudgy Teamsters chief challenged the Council's right to suspend him. conlending the action taken last March 29 was a "nullity," and said he still had a right to his AFL-CIO Council seat. But Federation President George Meany. who presides over the Council, said the 27-man sans of two presidential candi dates—Sen. Louis Dejoie and Dan iel Fignole. Jap Airliner Lands Safely welcoming crowd in Hanoi today — 0 — u . 1*1*1,^ jitiiuti- «i,ivLmmi£; titmu ill naiiui IOQ3\ son, \\ashmglon representative of thai Russia and North Viel Nam "are slniggling to urge reduction an airplane firm, who has named =.v 0..^,.,,,; ku u, sv rcuwiuor sawyer as the possible source of of armaments and armed forces information he received about the award. The Senate Investigations subcommittee said that, with today's ,, . , ... | —A Japan A.r Line the AFL-CIO constitution. A five - man committee the Teamsters Union named some lime ago to help defend Beck before the AFL-CIO apparently has given up the idea. The group's chairman. Einar O. Jlohn, said recently Beck's suspension was an "individual matter." Beck's Teamsters colleagues reportedly have decided to dump . J --r- ~........ vvl ivulj lltivt; UKC1UUU 10 DUnlP plane, dctoured from the city air- him as soon as they can decide port by weather, plowed throu,,.. a fence and damaged an engine and front wheel landing today at the big U. S. Tachikawa base in suburban Tokyo. There were 61 persons aboard. No one was hurt. . - _ -.-.....4...^ oalu Midi, \MUllWla\S IB—New crop grain hearing, it hopes to conclude its tirVt actual vninrSifnr .7™ Vx fi, >, '^ v ",^ :>e »' cro P g^n " ca ™S. « "opes to conclude its nesia for a state visit. RadU lirst actual voting test of strength futures mostly were firm at the inquiry into how outsiders learned Hanoi said North Viet Nam Prcsi in the weeks of jockeying wh.chjslart on the Board of Trade to-!of the CAB's decision to let North- dent He"chilMinh embraced him re as a crowd of 8.000 at the airport cheered. ...... ^.uo. , u .,,, s >V =M u. suunsm iniuiti mostly were tirm at the inquiry into how outsiders learned in the weeks of jockeying whichjstart on the Board of Trade to-of the CAB's decision to let North- has bottled up the measure in Ihejoay. but liquidation continued in east Airlines fly the lucrative committee. ithc May conlracls. (New York-Miami run Vorosh lov ar ! a successor. This may not come about before the Teamsters' convention in Miami in late September. One Teamsters vice president, John T. (Sandy! O'Brien of Chicago, announced last Friday as a "clean - up" candidate lo succeed Beck. But James R. Hoffa >nrl"nn Tho""""" """""""'" «i»i«» ncain- of Detroit. long Ihe reputed i\o. '' .. i? r - crashed near Chitosc airjZ man in the union, said yestcr- joase in Hokkaido today. The bodyjday thai if Beck seeks re-election fli finP mlnf W.nC rOfi1»-nr*vr) Tk.s""T •"•"-1-aipl v \ 1J L ' " , b , . *••*' uiu JIMS — pan 01 and a complete ban on hydrogcnj p i ane5 that ran into and atomic weapons ' " ' testing of these Indo Southern Flood Threat* Easing * * * * * • * * *_ * * * * Oklahoma Hard Hit, Nine Dead, Damage In Millions '—*-"-«' *"<•( * Lturtimj- uuuKi ui; one or inc other ptlot_ parachuted to safety.jfollows who would vote for him." Stricken Man's Life Saved By Dog Termed 'Too Wild' 8jr The Auocioted P/CJJ Dry weather helped to case flood dangers in Ihe slorm-slrick- en areas of the southern Plains today but rain fell in many other parts of the counlry. Oklahoma was hard hit by four jfrom the surging Arkansas jrhejcipitation from , hc Dakotas and statcs and northward into New lown of Bixby was h,t. w.th 800 o Nebraska westward to Ihe Pacific En ,,, nfl „,;„,„„ „.„ ,„,„, ,„ nv»ii ui UI.MI.Y \i03 mi, MILLI «AJ uiji\eurassa wesiwaru to tne Pacmc 2,300 residenls reporting flood and southward into northern New- damage. Rivers in Kansas and Texas subsided, with only scattered reports of minor flood threats. Fair weather prevailed from deaths and damage eslimaled at 25 million dollars. Thc Arkansas. Washita and Cimmaron rivers and many smaller streams over- lowed. Tulsa escaped serious flooding bluff in 6 hours. Snow fell in the higher northern Rockies and in southern Plains and in the lower Mississippi Valley eastward across most of the Gulf Coast region except for scattered showers in Florida. There were wide areas ot pre- Thc one of the England. Rainfall was heavy in U.HA ..uuiiJHOlu lljlv UU1UI£>II lM:vv Mexico. Heaviest rainfall was re- soroc parls of Astern New York ported in western Nebraska. More; slalc than 2 inches of rain fell in Scotls-j Readings in the 30s were gen- ! FAIRPLAY. Colo, wi — Several weeks ago. 75-year-old Andrew McGregor was told by friends that the irritable dog that shared his mountain home would be the death of him. Today the elderly pensioner is alive because of the dog. In an oxygen lent at Fairplay Bailey, but everyone thought him too Mild to pet. On Saturday. U-ycar-old Dick Dinstnorc of Denver, in Bailey on a fishing trip with his parents, called lo the dog. Thc shaggy black and while dog allowed Dick to pet him. Then the aoy noticed Ihe nole. Moments e noe. omens Coniraunily Hospital, McGregor later Deputy Rav King was on his was reported holding his own aft- W..«» «*"«» «' Utah and Nevada. eral in northern Nevada and southern Ulah and in the higher eles'ations in the northern and cen- er spending four days in his remote cabin without food or .water. Last Wednesday he suffered a stroke whkh paralyzed his left the country. Drizzle was reported Marais, Mich, in ttm middle Mississippi Valley. "" Warm weather prcvailcd in ..- ..... ,.. luu >i. »-n^,j, joi^jy i , caitvj . IT <i I LI I »v:dLIHL JJlCVdlUJll Lit Rain or showers fell in the Ohio most of Ihe Southwest desert re- Valley, Ihe Middle Atlantic Coast gion, southern Florida and Texas. I way to the cabin. Showers, rain and drizzle hit tral Rockies. One of the lowest side. He waited until Friday, then court today sentenced Arghris broad areas in the eastern half of marks was 26 above at Grand pinned this note to his pet's col- Karadymas. a Greek citizen, to lar: "I can't walk. Help me. Me Gregor." He then told the dog. "Find somebody." Greek Sentenced NICOSIA, Cyprus (.R— A Nicosia The animal trolled four miles lolhouse. \ 10 years imprisonment He was charged with hiding arms, ammunition and explosives in a priest's

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