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November 27, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 10

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Eisenhower 'rods Allies HOME, Nov. M (/P--Gen. Dwight ,,. Eisenhower prodded the Atlantic tllies today to exert them- rtves with greater vigor and unity n building a European defense ine far east of the Rhine, and warned against depending on new ktomic weapons to ease the task. One informant said Eisenhower's arords at the secret meeting of the military committee of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) could be paraphrased thus: H any of you people hav« any illusions that atomic weapons will lecrease our requirements of men md equipment, you are wrong. IHAPE (Supreme Headquarters, I Allied Powers in Europe), "Of course, considers all new weapons and if mny can be applied to lessen SHAPE'S needs-in men and Uuns they will be introduced in Europe. But despite new and more powerful weapons there is every assurance you must face reality and not count on any short- Icuts to achieve the SHAPE targets. Sp«ke Three Times Eisenhower spoke three times. e addressed the Military Committee composed of the 12 defense ministers and the chiefs of staff, then the Council of Foreign Ministers, and finally 400 newsmen. The reports of his remarks at the secret meeting came from an NATO briefing officer and qualified sources. in his first face-to-face meeting with thp Council since he became Atlantic pact commander 11 .months ago, he reported the part- $lers are turning over troops to his command "on schedule." But he complained of a serious lag in the output of equipment and said everyone--including the United States -- could do more. Afterward the Atlantic pact commander told newsmen NATO's goal was to assure the world of peace and the "security and tranquility to 'which free men are entitled." Controversial Problems Remain Inside the meeting of defense ...misters and chiefs of staff there were these developments: 1. The defense ministers accepted a document from the chiefs of staff setting forth a build-up schedule for 1954 in terms of guns, tanks, planes and men. The program is to be reviewed by the ministers in January after W. Averell Hafriman, director of mutual Aid, has reported on the Allies' economic capabilities. 2. The ministers failed to solve deadlock on setting up an American-led North Atlantic Naval Command immediately. 3. Likewise, they failed to settle the question of adopting the American .30 calibre Garand rifle, or the new British .280, as the standard Allied rifle. 4. With about 10 different proposals before them, the ministers shelved the question of how a new I Middle East Command could be · jinked to NATO until Greece and Rpurkey formally enter the alli- · ance. I 5. No agreed report was com- I pleted On streamlining NATO's military structure. Sherry Trial Is Commenced BALTIMORE. Nov. 26 Cleveland witnesses, all Negroes. told » Criminal Court Jury today they had to share their confidence game profits hert with Baltimore City detective*. One of them, 47-year-old Oakey Jackson, said the arrangements to give the officer* 25 p«r cent of the take was made nearly four years ago. ' The testimony was taken in the trial of Dtt. Lieut. Henry T. Sherry and former Det Lieut. Joseph Bucher, charged, with taking |2,000 in bribes from confidence game racketeers. Another of the witnesses, Charlie Burnett, 39, identified Sherry as one of the detectives involved after first pointing his finger at the court clerk. Jackson told the jury of 10 men and two women his last two calls to thfr officers were made last September just before "they were indicted by the grand jury. Under cro*s examination by the defense attorney, he said the calls were made under police instructions and that the wires were tapped. Have Pleaded Ibnoeent Sherry and Bucher have pleaded innocent. Bucher has worked for the Senate crime investigators and the Office of Price Stabilization since retiring as a lieutenant detective on the Baltimore' police force. The prosecutor said Sherry and Bucher "made a deal" with Cleveland persons to come here to work the confidence game for 25 to 33 per cent of the "take." The State produced records of alleged telephone conversations bet \veen the two detectives and Okey Jackson, Cleveland Negro. Some of the alleged calls were made from telephones in police headquarters. One of the 10 per cents the officers are charged with permitting to operate in Baltimore, Mrs. Juanita Hamphill of Cleveland, was sentenced last Friday to five years for fleecing a woman out of $2,700. (Sherry is well-known in Frederick where he played baseball for ·a number of years in the old Blue Ridge League. A pitcher. Sherry was manager of the Frederick team in 1928). ftig Plane landed Ev«n Though Gear Disabled FORT WORTH, Tex., Nov. 26 (ffi) --An Air Force pilot safely brought in a B-36 bomber for a wheel- down landing today after 16 crewmen had parachuted when the plane's landing gear appeared disabled. A flight engineer and a co-pilot rode the plane down at Carswell Air Force base with the pilot. Capt. Clarence F. Horton of San Antonio, Tex. Only one of those who jumped was injured. He was taken to a hospital with a possible broken leg. Carswell said a pin in the landing gear had broken. Capt. Horton thought he could not land safely on the crippled gear, but it held up under the strain. Other names of the crewmen have not yet been released. The airmen were being briefed before being permitted to talk to reporters. The big 10-engine bomber had been circling Carswell Air Force Base with a disabled landing gear since taking off at 9:15 a. m. (CST) on a routine flight. Consolidated-Vultee Aircraft Co. officials had been trying to get the huge craft--driven by six propellers and four jets--down safely by giving instructions to the crew. Mrs. Frank Senyard, who operates a highway restaurant, said she saw six men bail out in ten minutes about 2V6 miles west of the field. The creiV discovered that the left landing gear was not operating properly about 11 a m. The B-36, had sufficient fuel for a 15-hour flight when it took off, Capt. Robert S. Anderson, Eighth Army Force PIO said. Since the Titanic disaster of 1912 the U. S. Coast Guard's International Ice Patrol locates icebergs and warns ships in or approaching the danger zone. KASTER IN HOSPITAL BALTIMORE, Nov. 26 ()--Luke Easter, big Cleveland Indian first baseman, began undergoing examination at Johns Hopkins Hospital today. The slugging Negro checked in yesterday with an ailing left knee. Doctors said the examination would continue for a few days. Lev Jessup, 35, divorced* both »f St. Joseph, Mo. William H. Marl«y, », and Maty L. Bradshaw. 22, both of Takoma Park, Wilbur W. Rodkey, 21, Dunbur, Pa., and Geraldtne D. Bush, 19, Connellsville, Pa. William Wallace Iden, 22, Blue- mo nt, Va., and Minnie Estelle Robey. 17, Huntingdon Valley, Vm. Rirhard E. Horton, 24, divorced and Mary L. Spencer, 27, both of Vienna, V«. Osborne T. Wachter, Jr.. 20. 10 West Seventh street and Betty Jane Smith, 19, Middletown. Melvin Eugene Grouse, Jr., 21, Route 1 and Shirley Ann Wagner, 17. 325 South Market street, of this city. Property Deeded Middletown Savings Bank to Charles F. Wallace and wife, ?10, county. Paul Sayler and wife to the State Roads Commission, $1. county. Harry Hewitt and wife to Raj' 1. Lewis, $10, county. Herschel E. Call and wife to Gerard W. Gallup and wife, *10, city. Ella M. Ruble, widow, et al. to Kenaus E. Johnson, $10, county. William H. Nusbaum and wife to Walter E. Crum and wife, $10, county. Roger W. Linton and wife to George D. Bitzer, $10, county. llmrgti Woman Backed Late Couwterfeiter * BALTIMORE. Nov. 2« WV-Mrs. Hildf B. Williams, 47, was described today as the financial bacjier of two counterfeiters. Assistant U. S. Attorney Frederick J. Green, Jr. told a Federal lourt jury that Mrs. Williams backed Arthur Reely in counterfeiting until he died in 1950. Then she made a deal with Donald M. -linos to carry on the work, Green said. Federal agents raided in Sop- ember last year a print shop run jy Hines and a house owned by Mrs. Williams. They seized $150,000 in bogus money. Hines was sentenced to six years. Mrs. Williams is charged with counterfeiting $5,000 of the false money the agents seized. She pleaded innocent. Attorney Green said Reely had ived in the house owned by Mrs. Williams for 11 months without paying rent before he died in May of 1950. He said Reely worked as a legitimate printer by day and at printing bogus money by night, He said after Recly's death, Mrs. Williams backed Hines and had him move part of Reely's equipment to his print shop. Court News Equity Janie L. Graham vs. Claymond A. Graham, bill of complaint for partial divorce, temporary alimony and counsel fees. Marriage Licenses Clive S. Halbert. 24. and Alice Electrical Wiring Residential, Commercial and Imdustrlal FIXTURES OF ALL TVPES AND REPAIR WORK HARRY TINNEY 12 Hamilton Are. Phone 1601 Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away Nagging backache, loss of pep and energy, headaches and dizziness may be due to slcm down of kidney function. Doctors sity jjood kidney function is very important to Rood he«lth."When some everyday condition, such us stress and strum, causes this important function to slow down, many folks suffernaK- jrintf backache--fe«l mnerabV. 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Talk to the Martin man at your local State Emplbyment Service, Winchester Hall, Frederick: Thursday, November 29 Brazilian Group To Appear Al College The Brazilian Dance Group, com- )osed of students from the National School of Physical Education and Sports in Rio de Janeiro, will present a program of modern and folk- ore dancing together with rhythm on percussion Instruments Monday light, December 3, at eight o'clock n Brodbock Hall, Hood College. A part of the college's series of ublic events, the program, is open ;o all interested persons without charge for admission. The Brazilian students, accompanied by four of their teachers 'rom the National School, are fin- shing a tour of eastern and mid- west colleges which began October 17 with their arrival in Miami, Fla.. and will end December 6 with their return flight to Rio. They have given two concerts at the Pan- American Union in Washington. 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