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20 Apr 1958

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20 Apr 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - April 20, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandMaps plan to halt atomic tests the weather partly Cloudy worm tottered show today and High 7585 fair and warm tomorrow High 6475 six sections general feature society Cit area news sports comics family weekly vol 109 Furno Timof Norri Cumberland Maryland sunday april 20 1958 Anam two Frau photo Tox Price fifteen cents Johnson asserts Ike too timid clean bpm in proposed if ban voided diplomats believe Progress made on Summit sessions by John m Hightower Washington Tion officials Are whipping into shape a new plan for halting nuclear tests about next Jan 1 by agreement with the soviet Union the plan is pointed toward Forth coming Allied talks and a prob Able Summit conference later this year despite the soviet unions charge that nuclear bombers Are risking world War Iii by their operations in the far North High state department officials Are convinced that both the soviet Union and the Western Powers Are moving steadily toward a meeting at the Summit the much debated ban on nuclear tests is considered the most Likely subject for agreement new Angle developed one new Angle developed by planners in this Field it is understood is a proposal that if a test ban had to be revoked at the end of two or three years the atomic Powers would Guaran tee in Advance that any further tests would be fallout the most obvious Way to Eli i Nat fallout officials said would be to explode the atomic devices under ground so that radioactive materials would resealed in the Earth Ultra Hijii Altitude nuclear Lipf a f Afi explosions presumably also would offer a Means of fallout control if properly engineered 200 More years for Vanguard or John p Llagun uses a Vanguard satellite Model to explain space problems to George w Healy right editor of the new Orleans times Picayune and newly elected president of the american society of newspaper editors he predicted the satellite will orbit the Earth for at least 200 Jears a British Rush i troops the test suspension pro London Britain rushed troop formations saturday to the Gram has been worked on Intel Dusty Southwest Corner of the Sicly since Early this month by arabian Peninsula where trouble officials of the state department has flared along the Border divid atomic enemy commission Annc he Aden protectorate and defense department it is subject Yemen first of All to a decision in the the British Cruiser National Security Council under a Garbia the frigate the immediate direction of Loch Fada steamed into Adena Dent Eisenhower with the first detachments other whatever formula is approved i units were sent by plane from will be subject to discussion with Krnato which they had been the nato allies because from Britain earlier in the Hower Dulles have work to n decided that in dealing with the1 the troops in numbers not Dis russians they must maintain a closed Are reinforcing Aden gov Rescue Pilot crash victim Adelanto Calif web of Symons one of the nations widest known and most Dar ing Rescue pilots was killed saturday in a glider Acci Dent about 13 Miles West of this san Bernardino county town Symons 4h was trying out a new Type glider when a Wing Tore off the plane he plummeted to death eminent levies facing yemeni solid Allied front in Lars to attend meet Dulles plans to attend a meet russian weapons ing of nato foreign ministers in missile Ull Florida pad berserk Man shoots nuns one May die indo troops close in on rebel Force Mountain town seen falling to government units by John Roderick Jakarta Indonesia it government troops closed in Satur Day on the rebel capital of Burkit Ting i readying the stroke to Cut Down the Ary regime with the outnumbered rebels ported offering Only slight resist Ance a military spokesman stepped up the timetable of con quest saying the Mountain town May fall at any hour the Jakarta invasion Force after quickly overwhelming the rebel port of Padang in thurs Days Landing on Western Sumatra had expected to take three Days to March the 58 Miles North to Burkit Linggi Outlook seen Bleak but the future stretches Bleak and uninviting for the harassed government of Premier Djuanda even though the rebel regime soon May be reduced to fighting a fur Tive guerrilla War in the Jungles the situation is summed up by Charles Tambu former Diplomat and now the editor of the influential times of Indonesia the rebellion in Sumatra aside from costing the government an estimated 15 million Rupiahs daily for military operations sees brother pitted against Tambu wrote there is galloping inflation the Economy of the country is in a Trenton a four nuns chaotic condition Gold reserves and a 53yearold Man were below 10 per cd stand saturday night by a berserk youth ibid car def lilt this year with a Shotgun police said last cars 12 Hun nun was injured critically Andi Rcd Bill lion another seriously the issues which Man Catholic Convent Here the assailant later holed up in the attic of an Annex building adjacent to the Convent and fired at police who tried to rout him out with tear Gas the youth de in some respects resemble the states rights question that led to the civil War rebel Premier sea Ruddin Pra wira Negara once a National hero demanded feb 15 that the Dju Anda government resign in favor three skiers skis Are still on top of the car in which a Young couple and a College student were killed by Boston and Maine Bud liner at Grade crossing yesterday in Sanbornville n h a photo lox refutes Gromyko Mcelroy says Sac system foolproof Washington a Secretary of defense Nei Mcelroy said saturday the system designed to prevent an unintended unauthorized nuclear bomb strike against the of Man no 1 decisions Oul last French anger against i action rises Paris a France needs a pre soviet Union is foolproof Texas Solon says action needed now democratic Leader slaps republicans on recession Issue by Jack Bell Washington Ovsen Lyndon 3 Johnson of Texas Senate democratic Leader called saturday night for bold government action against the recessions to make americas Cash registers ring in a Challenge o president Eisenhower who has urged caution on several big measures proposed n Congress Johnson said that personally i dont intend to sit it assails complacency in a Broad indictment of what in labelled the complacent con Estment of the administration in economic Trade and defense Fields the democratic Leader said n an address prepared for the society of newspaper editors too Many things have gone of far wrong for me As an Amer can to accept the proposition hat i must not react vigorously believe that vigor is precisely Ahat the moment nowhere did Johnson mention Eisenhower or the Republican administration but despite his assertion that it is Idle to criticize any one group any one individual or any one he made Clear he was directing his shafts at the gop president and his associates Johnson asserted the country had allowed farm income to de Cline and had seen business expansion retract and crumple under the weight of burdensome Money he said the Economy formerly flourished under the stimulus of necessary spending he and Gen Nathan Twining for necessary Public works yet we have painstakingly deleted chairman of the joint chiefs of staff were emphatic in telling newsmen that absolute safeguards exist against incidents such As so Viet foreign minister Gromyko claims could set off atomic War Bills to freeze farm Price sup apprehend him at a late hour Cape canaveral Fla i ii Mim i Viii to i tribesmen believed armed attempt to launch the rushed to St lands a Thor ballistic missile without Francis Hospital in critical con the autonomy question publicity ended saturday o r Copenhagen May 57 he wants protested to the have the results of the adminis charge affaires in London the missile designed rations disarmament re vie two attacks which warhead Al Asl the Church with him at that time especially British said the yemeni had i p its in serious condition was sister decisions on test suspension pol Imado on two Border forts the by i protest charged the yemeni used the shape of Allied decisions an Cave they involve Britain depends on sporadic fighting has gone in sk7 an important Factor the couple of years along of n o the m the right Arm the two leaders Back from a meeting of the North Atlantic to give Mier who can get frenchamor1 treaty organization in Paris left greater autonomy to the outer Isican relations Back on a Normal Hie impression they see no Rea footing just As badly As she Necesson to change the system under Man to make peace among strategic air command readiness such works from our National pro Gram for too the democratic Leader has criticized Eisenhower for his vetoes bios Puri in critical con me autonomy question is a Man to make peace among strategic air comm a in addition was sister Lorinzina Sas burning one which eclipses All warring factions of her National arc at constant Radii Jesani of Italy who was shot in the others including communism i parliament Jon no ground and in the air to carry left Chest she was Given last rites Jakarta French fury against the United Mcelroy said that we Musi United Mcelroy said that we must let Many sacrificed by president the number of important and Eisenhower still unpublished let to catch us on the twin Fuccile of Bayonne with i persons both in to Premier Felix Gaillard ing who Long has worked to pro i 11 j i it i to which the United states Isth Frontier spurred apparently Hornc reported in a identification of the fourth nun willing to share its atomic Wear by the belief that the area con on knowhow with Britain Ali claims untapped Oil riches the Issue is pending before Congress i Frontier is not clearly defined be and the outcome is Uncertain Man has accused the British of making attacks on yemeni Terri tory Yemen recently associated itself in the United Arab Republic with Egypt and Syria a British foreign office spokes Man said last week however there has been no indication that egyptian or syrian units arc involved in the Border clashes wife by Hubby slabs him in mishap new Hebron miss Uva 44 year old businessman playfully spanked his wife As she peeled turnips Friday night and Wasj Forcin cult Slabbed fatally when she whirled int Surpris Psia cd in House town marshal John b Newsom identified the Dond Man As Earl say and said he died shortly after being stabbed in his Home Newsom said mrs say told him Washington of cuts of up to a half billion dollars in Prsir Dent Eisenhower after the explosion and understood to by not bad Thor launch Jallas the missile exploded on thai inc wounded Man Wols Issue must have impressed thei government fell under a Stream asserted Central government and president of ant american oratory the key is we dont want to in Tarn get caught on the unconfirmed i american press reports unit Sac uses several methods to Thor Chavec ports for a year at or above 1957 Levels and another measure to a thori7e 1i billion dollars Worth of new Rivers and harbours projects Eisenhower has opposed any Mas Sive Public works program at this time because he contends it would feed inflation Points to obligation on this Point Johnson said i do not question that our government has an obligation to har Ness runaway inflation but i do say that there is an equal Obliga Tion to keep a bridle on recession before it runs aay i for one want to hear americas Cash registers eng again i for one want to see Amer As workingmen cashing private reports that the National ascribed to a briefing by guard against Surprise one is the Ica Anc Wouna Oci Man was adv sort body of 45 Man troubleshooter Robert program under which Enterprise pay checks not Relief the statement said As Stephcn Koncsol of by Sll Karno As part of his Phy fanned the flame with their elements of bomber wings Are checks no reason except technical a Cal t a guided democracy will proclaim suggestion that America wanted deployed to several bases so that i want to know that americas full autonomy for All outer re France to Start direct aircraft of the Wing would not businessmen Are going to the in recent months newsmen Laid of the nuns there arc 15 nuns assigned to i Mere arc is nuns Assignee Cove eng the nations missile con authorities said her try Mortn Center have been Given confidential briefings before such test the understanding that there would be no Advance publicity pinpointing the time of the shoots the air Force said nothing however about saturdays Thor shoot Warren due to speak Al memorial service Kitchen to the bathroom where he died no charges have been filed foreign Aid Bill were predicted Richmond a jus Tice Earl Warren is expected to lbs walkout ended technicians return new York Columbia broadcasting system operations were returning rapidly to Normal saturday following settlement of a 12day strike by technicians in eight cities a cars spokesman said All radio technicians were Back on the Gions As soon As military Victory is Complete the Lucnia pays visit held in slaying los Angeles la n a tur Ner visited her 14yearold Dalip Hajj tar Cheryl Crane in juvenile Hall with the algerian nationalist rebbe wiped out in an attack the Bank to borrow productive capital Els to end the North african Reother is the procedure of keep Ingmand not to renew and extend old Volt aircraft constantly aloft some Washington official denials armed with nuclear Wear though published Here were not on ready to head instantly for to by Manv targets if the soviets Houlcie should attack the warning of at to 111 22 fo1111 1 would come primary East enjoys Spring spell by the associated press Sharp contrasts marked to Spring weather map saturday saturday warm air flooded parts of the the actress wore dark sunglass Nufice a 22yearold East while Light Snow fell in incised As she entered and As she Leftich was found saturday beneath Ali rear seen waning mountains of the Northwest i the Hall where her daughter has loading ramp 100 feet from Busy by from the Distant Early warn ing line in the Canadian North and Alaska san Diego Calif for journalism the Mercury bounded to to de Grees at new Bern n Hunt As the House foreign affairs committee prepared for close door voting sessions on the measure rep Vorys of Ohio a senior committee Republican and Pilot of Aid legislation on the Jiou Cju s 4th circuit court of England and the floor said to expects the Bill will and had been its chief Justice for South to Virginia reach the floor within two weeks nearly 27 cars preside Over memorial services had an 86 after Hyrc tuesday for judge John readings in the 80s were i Parker who died last month Mccommon in the Ohio Washington at the age of 72 j Cool Atlantic arc cacs held Santa Parker was a member of the coastal temperatures in the Ros j when a decision been held since fatally stabbing Highway 101 she had been Stran her mothers sweetheart Johni glad and raped Coroner a e Washington editors meeting was told saturday that menial cases ii decl by new drug i York drug desc Riley drs Louis p Fincle and l j Queen receives bid for West Reich visit London the sunday express said saturday Chancellor Konrad Adenauer has invited Kliza Octh ii to make a v i new York drug desc Riley drs Louis p Fincle and l j Queen Elizabcth ii to make 1kt of in t l Asa brain stimulant seems Reyna in the journal of clinical state visit to West Germany Erik cars o improve the health and he and experimental psychopathology i the paper said the in Itati return of at a m sunday thousands attracted by Cherry blossoms Washington i washing tons famed Cherry blossoms Havior of some aged mental pal the doctors said the drug was was extended by Adenauer when tents two veterans a chemical relative lion researchers said saturday to the food Lavoner Mon sodium twin drug Akin to a food Flavouring agent was fed daily the test patients averaging he dined with the Queen during his visit to London earlier this Rcck in Tomato juice to some 22 age Dimerc than 63 years old had been patients suffering from Schizo hospitalized for an average la co Cherry Nios soms patients suite Reg irom Tor an glistened in Brilliant sunlight a Arcnia a mental disease evidenced More than 20 years at drano Isican for inv urday drawing one of the larg by Apa doctors reported that 73 per Cost crowds in years to the tidal Basin area Park police reported an Esti mated saw the blossoms the cent of the patients receiving the Cincinnati Stompanato april 4 miss Turner and her daughter will appear in juvenile court in Santa Monica next thursday when a decision on the girls custody will be made by Superior court judge Allen t Lynch acting on recommendations of the probation said he identified the blonde woman As mrs Bernita Edythe Wilcox of suburban Chula Vista Gallagher said she had been parroted either by the Hare hands of her attacker or a pair of Black Capri pants found around her Appeal the Glamor the urge for journalism As a career has Low wages was listed As a cause Dean Earl English of the University of Missouri school of journalism said enrolment in journalism schools has remained stationary or declined Churchill gets new illness now reported to he i Lup roved London close to he returned to England april 3 the family of sir Winston Church and want immediately to Chart ill said saturday the former prime minister has suffered a new at tack of illness that alarmed his household after removal of Gall bladder new York a former presi Dent Herbert Hoover nearing r4 and plagued by recurring Gall bladder attacks had the Organ re moved saturday his excellent general health brought him through the operation like a Man 20 to 25 years younger the doctors could not be More pleased with his paid one of his two sons Herbert Hoover or they say everything is very the son made the report to newsmen at 1 p about four hours after the conclusion of the Houran Laquarter surgery Well Manor his country estate in nearby Kent county on april 9 his Secretary an non need Churchill was calling off Princess leaves for indies visit London Werc told of morans visit All left by plane saturday for a though he remained in Visil to the West indies a several Days Calypso band serenaded her in lord Moran was understood have left Chartwell Fric Lav two inc Princess walked across the male nurses were reported to to her waiting liner with the s3yearold wartime loader a planned visit with president a instill in attendance and Moran is Ber sister Queen Elizabeth ii and was reported to be better now Amsen Hower at the White House late always within reach by Telephone though not entirely recovered i this month Churchill has been in failing her Mother at her Side sic will Fly first to Gander the informants would not Dis sir Winston is Well but it for several years he and then on to test ill considered inadvisable that a stroke in 1951 and another Trindad some patients improved showed improvement in at a of close the nature of the late two Youngless or say Why it had not been should undertake the journey at in after his second stroke roman Catholic announced the Secretary said i he was paralysed and without the io1 Aslly Bogota Colombia much they could be released compared to just friary Noar Here wore Churchill recovered Only last apparently some Days Lator Power of speech for a time nursing Homes the doctors cent who were not saturday and two month from a serious attack of Churchill foil ill again and his neither of his cerebral attacks several persons were injured from walks and drives circling the test on 42 patients of the of the treated group r3 per Cen others burned seriously in an a pneumonia and pleurisy he was physician lord publicly announced though when gunfire and rioting broke Basin Between 6 a m and 4ivoterans administration Hospital ate belter and More neatly Andl Ciden involving a while vacationing on the in Riodil summoned Churchill has since confirm Dup a political rally in Bogota Bedford was per cent improved toilet line French Riviera said few persons both illnesses saturday

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