Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland 27 Apr 1958
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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - April 27, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather Cloudin tii Likely Hick 5543 vol 116 Nimri six sections general feature society c1tvarea news sports comics family weekly Cumberland Maryland sunday april 27 1958 Gnu who Toto Price fifteen cents labor Bill amendment russians urging Poland czechs at Parley will oppose joint Parle if rejected requests act at pres Kimmit conference table Moscow withe soviet Union said saturday it wants communist Poland and Czechoslovakia at the conference table to make things even in pre Summit talks with the Western big three otherwise the foreign ministry said in separate notes to the British and French ambassadors the soviet Union opposes the wests Appeal for joint big four negotiations the Western proposal for soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko and the three ambassadors to con Fer together would amount to a fou Power conference presenting three nato Powers and one War saw treaty the note said complicate negotiations this can Only complicate the negotiations and should be it added with the communist envoys from Poland and Czechoslovakia included such talks would make due consideration for parity and would insure Equality for both sides necessary to fruitful preparation for the Summit the note argued this would not harm the prestige of either the condition is certain to be rejected by the West it height ened belief in diplomatic circles that soviet leaders Are in no hurry for a meeting despite an assertion inspects Power dam former Harry s Truman Center is surrounded by new York and Canadian officials yesterday As he toured the St Lawrence Power project at Messina n y he is shown As he met the canadians at the International Boundary a photo he disarmament policy group airs tests i Illus age head i caring showdown on Banning blasts Washington president Eisenhower top disarmament in the notes that the act chief task is speediest Prpa Raymary saturday Susslon amid re Tion for the meeting Kim or ports of a developing showdown Between Secretary of state Dulles some diplomats said a meeting and chairman Strauss Over is Var soot suspending nuclear weapons tests Dulles reportedly wants to this year seems Remote the notes issued As a memorandum were handed to the West Ern big three envoys summoned one at a time to the foreign ministry Moscow radio later broadcast change u s policy and take determined Steps toward ending tests by agreement with Russia the agreement if adopted would Call for i n s p c c t i o n to guard the text of the notes abroad cheating the suspension English would become effective after the the identical notes accused Theun cd states concludes its sprig West of withholding replies 0 and summer Pacific test series Russia about the time place and composition of the talks and de Senate candidates urge tax slashes mail carriers to motorized Kavoris continuance Strauss has waged a Long Public Campaign in favor of continuing tests unless a suspension can be Arate talks with the Western a achieved As part of a Broad Dis Bassadore As generally accepted armament program which would laying the conference they defended Gromyko sep practice in similar cases end the manufacture of nuclear the notes replied to the Western weapons big three request two Days ago Dulles called the meeting at his Clarksburg w additional motorized equipment for mail carriers in West Virginia has ordered by the Post office depart ment sen Hoblitzel said Here saturday night in prepared remarks to a state Mccrink of the National Assn of letter carriers Hob Litzell said that 56 three Wheeling motorcycle Type vehicles known As mail sters Are on order a few Are operating in the slate they Are Ridden and driven by the carriers per mitting delivery of both let ters and parcel Post pack Ages paratrooper mass jump meets Delav by associated press candidates in Maryland demo cratic senatorial primary Satur Day urged anti recession tax cuts and More attention to Public service possibilities of the radio and television industries the tax cuts were urged by George p Mahoney who said the Bill introduced last week by sen Mansfield Montana contains provisions identical with the proposals i have made on the sub the Call for improved radio to programming came from Clar ence d Long who offered a series of proposals to restore Public Faith in free air Broad in other pre rally statement James Bruce repeated his Call for repeal of excise taxes on rail Road freight shipments and pass no Retreat policy due j on defense Ike Mceroy Lay Battelline in fight for revamping plan Washington policy of no Retreat on essentials was Laid Down by president Eisenhower and his Secretary of defense saturday in their struggle to get a major revamping of the coun try defense setup through con Ress Eisenhower at Augusta conferred by phone with Secretary Mceroy whose talk of trying to some common ground with congressional critics had led to a report the administration was con ducting a Retreat on major portions of its plan Mceroy quickly issued a state ment that while not wedded to specific wording the administration would pursue its drive for a modernized defense establish no compromises at Augusta press Secretary Jamas c Hagerty followed with statement the salient Para graph which Hagerty said was personally penned by Eisenhower declared both the president and these Are agreed that there can e no compromises Retreat essentials of this legis Hagerty pictured Eisenhower As disturbed by the Compromise re ports which grew out of Mel Joys testimony last week before the House armed services com Mittee that committee appears inclined to go most of the Way with Eisenhower on unified command of Field forces and a weapons re search Boss varying degrees of trouble the rest of Eisenhower de Fease reorganization program is in for varying degrees of trouble in the committee which has been a stronghold of the prerogatives and traditions of the separate army Navy and air Force a week of verbal give and Lake with Secretary of defense Mel engr fares and mayor Thomas Dalsandro of Baltimore pre dieted he will defeat produced expressions of Wil pm of cars in lioness by both sides to try to the May 20 primary t on he a f Bruce said Railroad tax Relief what certainly pc a is not primarily a ques Hon of fresh Bill not a Rcv Isono the the railroads making Money but of making it possible for them to operate and keep in Good running asking for the joint meetings a residence and it lasted an or Camp Efti Tkv the envoys refused comment on it was announced by the division his As a vital Parl of our Fri t to Tail n the notes prelate hospitalized department after it its planned mass drop Strauss was among those present of about s000 paratroopers be review of polio National Dalsandro expressed conf us jul Illel 1 cause of continued bad weather after turning the slate department said meeting was called to carry for Earl saturday night the Public Daylong swing through Worces Ter county for what he says might be his of touring the counties t Ward the continuing review of office reported All op1 just he first administrations Graham set for crusade san Francisco of braced Strong d Morrone Only five months old and 14 pounds although weighing in at Only five pounds at birth demonstrates the Muscles she has developed in recent weeks by lifting her 10pound car crib the baby is held by her Mother Antoinette of Philadelphia the father is a Stone Mason and says his daughter gets her weightlifting ability naturally of body missing child Galena 111 Huhe de composed body of a Little girl was found saturday be Neath an Evergreen in a Hea Vily wooded area about 18 Miles from this Northwestern Illinois town Coroner James Furlong of to Daviess county said the Childs description appeared to tally with that of Maria Ridulph 7 who disappeared last dec 3 Little Maria and a Friend Cathy Sigman 9 were play ing near their Homes when according to Cathy a strange Man about 23 offered them a Piggy Back ride Cathy ran to her Home nearby for her when she returned both had vanished Ike requests sound water projects Bui steelworkers head against wage freeze would lower living Standard Worsen economic recession Pittsburgh of president David j Mcdonald of the United Olner amendments he proposed to know lands Effort dealt 5328 loss Senate turns Down ant discrimination membership rider Washington of the Senate refused saturday to broaden an employee welfare pension fund Bill to prohibit labor unions from de Nying membership because of race Creed or color the Roll Call vote was 5328 rejection of the Antinis criminal Tion amendment marked another setback for sen Knowland r Calif in his fight for what he Calls Union democracy Meas ures should await hearings democratic leaders with the support of some Republican senators argued that efforts to write Broad labor legislation should await hearings scheduled to Start before the Senate labor commit tee on May 5 the move led by Knowland the Senate Republican Leader to turn he welfare and pension fund Bill nto a Broad labor Bill of rights Neasure was described by sen Lyndon b Johnson Tex As pure political Johnson the democratic major to Leader appealed to Republic ans to pass the welfare pension Bill first and then work on a Gen eral labor program later lets not shoot from the hip just to get headlines he said argue for Quick action however Knowland and other republicans argued that now is he time to get action if there were to be any real Hopes of Pas ing Broa scale labor legislation at this session of Congress the defeat of know lands anti discrimination amendment Fol owed the pattern set Friday night when the Senate rejected four steelworkers told an Industrial executive saturday that a wage freeze would lower living stand Ards and Worsen the economic re cession the Union Leader replied loan open letter from Harold j rut Tenberg once a United Steelwork ers economics research director and now president of a rotary drilling machinery firm in Beaver Falls a also wrote blog High strengthen rank and file control Over Union affairs he has other amendments to Call up monday and so have some other Republican senators also awaiting action Are 11 Amend ments offered by sen h Alex Ander Smith Raj to carry out Ruttenberg addressed an open Etter to Mcdonald and Roger Slough Board chairman of u s isolation recommendations to limit debate in putting off further action until monday the Senate agreed to limit debate on All amendments to one hour each and on final Pas of the Bill itself to three Augusta v saturday again urged the u s steel chairman has i engross to pass new legislation no commented on o authorize Worth of letter Rome w Samuel Cardinal or Rincon dec lined and no jumps he said and id f Stritch archbishop of made before late afternoon crusade was taken to a Hospital saturday la 1s Lent duh i suffering from thrombosis ocrlu1 some final decisions on 0 Sion of the right Arma blood s poor to a six week religious in vetoing the earlier Bill calling letter in line with productivity Mcdonald wrote that the total for projects totalling wage and fringe adjustments due the president said he was doing i on july 1 represent a percentage it is known however that duh capt Lvan said that to my ending up a tour of the because he Felt some of increase in line with the annual that stops circulation ing on May 5 at Copenhagen with Pinr Farsi u in Iii Wun inc annual he said28 either Tongterm growth of productivity a or output her Man hour mean a final vote on the pension welfare Bill late monday or some time tuesday the Knowland amendment rejected in the Only vote taken at the saturday session provided that no labor Union could represent employees in collective bar gaining unless its membership were open to All workers without discrimination ii upon i Between 4 in cars Aio hip novt he of cols has chances arc Excel is Ittilio t it was feared the Arm might other Forcin mint stars of North and s and the rest of counties require amputation hut a medical1 Atlantic treat disc morning and postponing then Jhoncy s proposals m bulletin issued late saturday and Summit conference lira jump Utji monday a provision for increasing said there is yet no indication i ifs due to be discussed the drop which was to from to for urgent surgical Dull will leave for he Birls annual doctors were treating the cardiac Ctina at he end of next week operation in the history of Nal in efforts to Avert major surgery amputation would be necessary if gangrene set in there is less pessimism and More said a spokes religious Awakening will begin on the West confessed killer Mansfield pointed acre reservation was no Saia Suc a win help postponed 24 hours saturday Beau but will Gluc Maxi cause of Stormy weather and mid destroy fundamental resources demand therefore will create no up Zelop Niento policies Jward pressure whatsoever on the Bill provided for navigation Isteel prices erosion flood control and the Assumption that steel pric projects in various sections is must be increased again in Cun Iinuma u count m 0 which cause of profound effect on objected Carr cd or a e in line be an a Ikon Aleorn stand not defeatism of about dolts and spiritual re invented and tonal carrying planes were already dec income a mics la wl11 in i Dan Var David k Karl bulletin the Cardinal is in Good confess cd of Mcm spinl5 hers of a family which had be Power mowers cause injuries Hoover Rook on Wilson ordeal to to published to add at four scattered air bases Casc income in when the delay was consumption create jobs i and stimulate business Xing urged the regulation of the Washington seven per number of commercials in any sons wore injured by Power Lawn Given broadcast period granting mowers in the Washington sub new York ordeal of Woodrow former president Herbert hoovers new Hook will be published monday by the Mcgraw Hill Book co the work centers on president Wilsons efforts to obtain a just same the 28yearold former convict has confessed in writing he shot Young boating victim located Coles Point vagal the More Choice times for sustaining curbs saturday or noncommercial programs and a bigger budget and staff for the Federal communications Corn to death a wealthy lawyer the body of a Young woman believe Mission to make possible a closer attorneys wife and l5yearoldt0 four victims of Ancl Lack program practices and daughter when they found him unexplained Accident to a newly nop 1c determine whether their Home late Friday purchased boat was found in the a License should be re always managed to goof Potomac River Herc Early one Man Donald Cornwell of Herndon had the sole of his right foot sliced off when he started a gasoline rotary Mower he had been repairing it his daughter Joyce 14 said and had failed to replace the rear guard Karly said to peace for the stricken Peoples of this time i guess ill go to the the world after world War presbyterian Church unit v eases bans on divorces Oay i she was tentatively identified As Harriet Smith about 20 of Washington she was though Toj have been a bookkeeper in a Washington hotel i the re haired woman body was found floating off Shore about 8 saturday by Dward Phil lips a Waterman she was Ridenti fun liaising drive state Young gop sets Sale of Stock in party j he urged Congress to Lump them in new legislation for speedy in upward by growth repro Annapolis mid a rep i tentative of the Republican a the president in his veto Mes spread said saturday Sage said he would be willing to that prices arc increased not top y chairman Mcado Aleorn approve what he called the sound disc profits but because Thev a was cxpressin8 judgment projects Worth an forced upward by Apps defeatism when he said he saw Little Hope of republicans capturing control of the Senate this year this was the sober judgment of an honest Man who looks facts in the face and in whom there is not vestige of William b Prendergast told a regional meeting of Young republicans associate director of research for the committee said Alcorns remarks to news men after a meeting with presi Dent Eisenhower wednesday in til 1 act ment woman 100 Dies he sounded that Appeal anew r j Afi and also said he is willing to Al mire prove 18 other projects if Conj Georgetown Tkv Tkv Yia 100 Gress will make modifications Carold negro woman was Burn recommended by the 0 death Saturn who Sparks on th6 value of those he pipe she was smoking Moking apparently set her bed clothing on fire Coroner Jack b Tucker ruled mrs Williams a widow who celebrated her 100th birth Day accidentally by fire la distorted to the new the marital pr0p0sai touched k c divorce do Batch among As Hdward delegates to the a s s e m 1 Buckler age undetermined Pescial membership on same Washington committees Anu Tenran Terv o Ian m ai1ss must be approved by three fourths of the 83 the pics which pc cd Hyrc the a slav themselves a vote in by Terian Church to be Ewill thro h tuesday t and an unidentified married Thor niches a t a from the organization for the first by Ltd Henritze of Roanoke a co chairman for Region 3 these were among Young a opioid of tic Pian in her state to Eisenhower Lias mornings then plays Golf Augusta a ii president Eisenhower played is holes of Golf saturday after serving new notice he will fight for All Essen tial features of his controversial defense reorganization plan Oak Pok Osmani Willis said housewives should the president Here Fromi the food Mamiofa clot be misled by abstract Tatis a for a stay Urcis Kavc housewives some105 actually they can go to the morning at the hints saturday on How to and Heliy a Rolind Golf club sat grocery Bills at about the same1 no proc cries which Cost it his total Sollic vols As last year they do month weekend to 3fi holes but canned and fruits Eisenhower was up Early and and vegetables and As worked most of the morning on Jon the fresh products said Pau Luffer leg housewives receive hints on keeping food Bill Low festive it erases the Church May continue longer if racial Sog traditional ban on divorce matters Dock Iod Forl in cases of adultery or wilful touch off an expected1 popular Section replacing the ban is first Baltimore Man Mil half of j embracing Virginia West Vrgo verned by their elders and Fri committs carefully motorists from out of Kentucky Maryland and she said Icv Are urging Oneida n the category of sin who travel through Bali the District of Columbia scat in each local group for Ai that redemption should Are using the Harbor tune Carl h Strandburg of government business in his cot Tage near the 10th in response to questions hag projects outlined saturday at again scats for Young Republic Ansert said Eisenhower May reply meeting of the party he state Central he returns to Washington to a note he received last tucs s Willis president of grocery soda said shoppers Are Noti canned Corn and Catsup Are Low bound to buy the same Basket of or prices than last month Accord goods As the one used by to the governments own Fig or Crement statisticians in comp lures remediable unfaithfulness and a primal a Pimjai remarriage of a divorced per u j As for the Price of fresh meat pay in such casc5 and any other area u a tarty indicated Aier ments Overall Cost of said a Vear ago cattle Nair Republican and also that reply May in to Moscow Mondall mex Rose to a record Hish this is Curr at a in inns in i re 5 Isi More Normal prices he Naid
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