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3 Aug 1958

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3 Aug 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - August 03, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather worm Kott Trad of noon or to Ching in oven highest in 80s vol 212 print Cumberland Maryland sunday August 3 1958 six sections general Cit area news sports comics family weekly fruit Price fifteen cents i prepares peace proposals Iraq gets recognition from undermines much of russians line on Summit Parley Washington a the United states saturday recognized the revolutionary government of Iraq which it had first denounced the move was regarded Here As undermining much of the soviet line toward the prospective mid East Summit conference the recognition of Iraq new government which seized Power in a lightning coup july 14 was announced by the state depart ment after ambassador Waldemar j Gallman had presented formal notices in Baghdad the formal Washington announcement was made after Dep undersecretary of stale Robert Murphy had left Lebanon by air plane for Baghdad and after news dispatches reached Here saying the Cairo radio already was re porting the action Noe delivered state department officials said they issued the recognition announcement As soon As they received word from Baghdad that Gallman had delivered the note in the the announce ment Here said the United Stales government extends recognition to the government of the re Public of Iraq with the expression of its Good the note specified that ignition was based upon Assur ances that the iraqi regime Felt itself bound by the United nations Charier and other International obligations other obligations these other obligations include membership in the anticommunist Baghdad pact there has been much speculation that under the new government Iraq would Jet withdraw from that Alliance and declare itself Neutral As Between the soviet and Western blocs Eisenhower in a statement july 15 had criticized the revolt against King Faisal government Al Baghdad by a group of army officers he said it was conducted with great the murder of King Faisal and his principal officials Uli Jnue in the Atli Ludo toward the iraqi regime was reportedly brought about by several decisive factors the United Stales found that the new government was generally popular with the people of Iraq that there was no Prospect of a counterrevolution and that Many of the leaders had demonstrated a desire for Friendly relations with the West in particular they kept Oil moving from Iraq Rich Fields to european markets Gary Crosby hospitalized Las vegas nov up a Man identified As Gary Crosby oldest son of crooner Bing Crosby was taken by ambulance saturday night to a Hospital in nearby Hen Derson the Young Man was unconscious when placed in the ambulance at the Tropicana hotel Here the Young Singer was taken to the Rose de Lima Hospital in Hender son about away hotel physician or Russell Mil Ler was unavailable immediately for comment on Crosby Condi Tion the Hospital would not release Sny information on whether Gary Crosby 25 was a patient Crosby frequently visited Las vegas on weekends he was the first of bings sons to Start a sing ing career and is being apparently headed for stardom in the movies As Well As records Shehab top rebel a in Lebanon crisis envoy expresses optimism on Lomie Puckett whose los Angeles Home is in the Way of the new Golden stale freeway keeps guard Over her properly with a Rifle while bulldozers work Only 50 feet the property is one of 17 she owns she wants the state to increase its offer by several thousand dollars Sappho Tofau lost army plane found at air base 85 aircraft search for Small ship sitting out bad weather Mcguire air Force base Small army plane sat out 22 hours of bad weather at this giant base while 85 planes searched for it Over a five stale area the air Force blamed it All on a numbers mix up the plane piloted by it col Charles ecu fold of Al Rucker left count Airport Friday for Raleigh the in bad weather Pilot radioed it Mcado thai he was running nto bad Walher Al feet Over he base and would try to land at ice uric if he go around he storm area the plane an Olive drab l2fi win engine aircraft with a on its Tail was checked Here As an l27 Tail As a result repeated inquiries o this base brought the reply we dont know anything about plane Alert with the plane unaccounted for at several Points the air forces Rescue Scalion Al Force base search and Lite Hill air sent out a missing plane alarm civil air patrol planes in Mary and new Jersey and adjoining states sent a total of 85 planes in and ships searched the coastal iras the plane was located at David son air Force base outside Washngton before noon it had left me guide about 10 saturday boy 15 drowns u diving mishap Baltimore Isicar old boy beating the heat by div ing from a Row boat into the Bird River failed to surface after one of his drowned in 7 feet of water saturday he was Sam Chapman his body was recovered and a medical examiner ruled it accidental drown ing Divorcee confesses killing Teel tried to scare him Indianapolis pretty Divorcee told detectives saturday she fired the shots that killed a handsome drug company executive but said i was just going to scare him you dont shoot the person you capt Michael Smiley said mrs Minnie b Connie Nicholas 42 emerged from a Poison induced coma and talked to Dele Clivos telling them the wealthy drug executive had gotten her the pills she used to Poison herself As a remedy for frequent headaches she had been having the Divorcee wailed in tells told car How she for about three or four hours until he left the apartment of the other woman and shot him because he started pushing me around and hit me prison inmate lifts watches san Quentin an unethical at sail Quentin prison Jimmie the barred window of the prison canteen forced a Safe door and made off with 116 wrist watches officials said the 1 theft occurred Friday some time Between 6 p m and 10 p m the watches were valued at British Bank Holiday sets off spending London people of Britain cranked up their cars and opened their pocketbooks Satur Day in what promised to be one of the biggest holidays in the coun try history the official excuse was the a gust Bank Holiday this Means three full Days away from the of fice the factory the store and inc Kitchen British railways scheduled extra trains the automobile association said six million cars could be on the Road air Termi nals railway Stalions and the dockside waiting Halls at the ports were jammed the Bank of England said it was a bumper Money spending Holiday with one million More in circulation than the last record breaking Christmas Lime in the last few said a Bank spokesman depositors have drawn out 23 million 64 million in England has four Bank holidays monday the first Mon Day in the Whitsun week the a gust Bank Holiday and dec 26 Eisenhower has quiet weekend working golfing Washington up pres ident Eisenhower spending a Quick weekend in Washington worked and golfer saturday on sunday he will join in Cele Brating the 31sl birthday of his son maj John Eisenhower with whom he golfer saturday before going to burning tree club Eisenhower completed some paper work he designated oct 1 As a National Day of prayer and took note of problems by Selling the world in issuing the proclamation he said in our time buffeted by unprecedented changes and Chal it was the first time he Cvejic need by an aggressive denial of struck mrs Nicholas said i divine Providence we have con mrs Nicholas denied reports she Amman time bomb blast indicates violence on Rise Beirut Lebanon Leader Saab Salam met saturday with president elect Fuad Shehab and declared himself highly satisfied after an hour and a half talk the rebel chief left his fortified House in the moslem Basta quarters forthe first Lime since the Start of the 85day insurrection to meet Shehab at a friends House the conference and other developments brought an optimistic expression from ambassador Robert Mcclintock that the crisis which had brought nearly american troops Here might be drawing to time bomb explodes in Amman capital of Jordan there appeared to be rising Vio Lence a time bomb exploded in a building of the jordanian develop ment Board which plans projects to be financed by and other foreign no one was Hurt but a Wall was damaged and his wife were and authorities in Jordan speculated that three Sticks of found in the woman handbag had been meant for the american embassy the blast occurred a Block from the embassy and the building in which the couple was arrested is Only a few feet from a Wall sur rounding the embassy King Hussein jordanian government has charged that egyptians and syrians Are trying to overthrow him at his request British paratroopers have been sent to Amman Cabinet stays in office although rebel chief Salam bub sled with Praise for Shehab and for americans tech up another political Ritoh Back the rebel Campaign to Force the immediate resignation of pres ident Camille Chamoun finance minister Joseph Shader said the Cabinet had decided to remain in office Chamoun who has refused to re sign under pressure before his term is up sept 23 would find it increasingly difficult to stay in office if he had to find a new Short term government to replace Premier Sami Solh and his Cabi net czechs halt belgian plane Brussels Belgium a a belgian Sabena world airlines plane was forced to land in Czechoslovakia saturday by czech fighter planes but was allowed to Lake off again about four hours later the airline announced the carrying 19 Pas sengers had left Brussels for ath ens and had made an intermediate Stop at Frankfurt Germany the identity and nationality of the passengers was not immediately known Brussels Airport sources said the piano ran into bad weather Over Austria and was diverted from the Normal Ain route As signed to commercial flights they said two Mig fighter forced the plane to land at the czech Border Airfield of Budweis near the austrian City of Linz have babies same Jacqueline Purchase left and mrs Patricia Cooper Sisters hold their new babies at a Compton Hospital yesterday the babies were born Friday purchases daughter arrived at and mrs Coopers son at p m mrs Purchase is 18 and mrs Cooper 19 Sappho Tolar five killed nine injured in accidents sunny skies bring out cars in droves t on Maryland roads by the associated press five persons died on Maryland highways saturday and nine oth ers were injured As sunny skies brought cars out on the roads in droves two were killed a third died later and five were i n j u r e d in a Headon crash on s 301 about 20 Miles South of Baltimore apparently one car had pulled out to pass another when the two cars met Headon dead in the northbound car were mrs Lillian gales 80 and her daughter Althea shoe maker 35 both of Washington four hospitalized four others in the car were hos pitali2cd at Anne Arundel general Hospital at Annapolis including Cecil a Cardwell 42 who died wife Aleda Cardwell Ater 49 Isabel Summers 50 and mrs Esther Topping 52 mrs Topping was from portsmouth1 and the other three from Washington the two persons in the South bound car also taken to the an Napolis Hospital were David Wey Uker 54 and his wife 48 of Brooklyn n y Way ukr in critical condition was later transferred to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Dallas Levi Cross of Laurel was killed in a trocar collision on Maryland 108 near Laytonsville Montgomery county Joseph c Chase 28 of Der Wood Driver of the second car suffered critical injuries while a companion Sterling Zig or 21 Monrovia received bruises and lacerations land upside Down on the Washington Baltimore Parkway near River Dale a skid Ding car plunged off the Park ways southbound Lane and landed upside Down in a drainage ditch the Driver Clarence n Wright a Sailor stationed at Ana Costia was thrown from the car and drowned in the ditch a Sailor companion Elbert w Henderson 21 was taken to both Coda naval Hospital with head injuries injuries received thursday also claimed the life of Foury Earold Samuel Paul Goldfeder Friday night at Washington Hospital Cen or the youngsters sister Phyl Lis 8 died in the Accident in which a station Wagon in which they were Riding was struck in the rear by a car Artesia n m new Mexico legislator proposed saturday that eight West Tex As counties secede from the Lone Star state and join new Mexico state rep Fred Cole d Eddy made his proposal in a letter to w j Hooten editor of the Elpaso times who said in All for Cole said he would introduce a Resolution in the january session of the new legislature calling for taking in the West Texas counties to said arc very unhappy at being ignored by Texas Dulles plans Parley with Brazil head Washington of stale Dulles leaves sunday for Brazil in the third major adminis ration Mission in a continuing is reappraisal of its relations first in full Power Atlas ballistic missile roars off into space photo on Page 2 Cape canaveral Fla a fully powered Atlas inter Continental ballistic missile Thun secession act facing Texas hopeful of top level Parley soon decision on time might come by next thursday United nations n v a to the Security with latin America previous study missions in the stocktaking begun Early this year were undertaken by vice presi Dent Nixon and or Milton s Al Schower brother of the presi Donl who returned Friday Dulles three Day brazilian Lour made despite the Immi Ncncy of a Summit expected to Lead to a meeting of Western hemisphere foreign ministers later this year the conference would aim at improving relations which the May rioting against Nixon in Peru and Venezuela showed to have deteriorated Dulles and brazilian president Juscelino Kubitschek Are scheduled to discuss Means for Restor ing hemispheric Solidarity with much of the discussion probably on Kubit Schucks own ideas son 2 watches cypriot gunmen murder Soldier Nicosia Cyprus up men shot and killed a British sol Dier saturday As he walked Down a Street in suburban Nicosia with Nis 2yearold son the child dropped by his a hrs Bullet Ridden body crying daddy the shooting presumably was in retaliation for the death of two greeks killed in a clash with British forces wednesday Council were reported hopeful sat urday of working outta informal agreement tuesday for a top level meeting on the Eastin about two weeks they May meet thursday Council Delegate said to Vole official decisions on time and place of a Council Summit meeting procedure to be followed and non members to be invited the diplomats gave reporters hat tentative timetable As Secre tar general Dag Hammarskjold continued private consultations with the individual Council Dele Gates a spokesman for Hammarskjold would say Only the Secretary general will have further individual and informal consultations on Britain Canada and the United states asked Friday that the 11 Nalion Council meet aug 12 or thereabouts to discuss certain problems of the Middle East with Heads of governments on land a usually Well informed source said he did not think the Nieting could be arranged before aug 18 Amman Jordan announced saturday the Dis Solu Ion of the Arab federation that inked the two has Emile King Doms of Iraq and Jordan the announcement said the july 4 coup in Iraq which assassination of King Faisal Cou sin of Jordans King Hussein made it impossible for Iraq to Ful ill its share of the responsibilities of the federation kept secret for Summit conference official says some confused at report has no ideas j Washington a a High government official said saturday president Eisenhower will submit a series of Concrete proposals foe peace in the Middle East to n Summit conference this official who declined to quoted by name said frankly he was seeking to counter published stories that the administration patently would enter a session of the United nations Security Council bankrupt of Ideal or solving the crisis there is some confusion in v of of Peoples the ant told reporters there have eco some stories that we would not propose anything at the meet no we expect the United states will have a series of Concrete arid constructive proposals and that hese will be the presi being worked on proposals the said Are now being worked on and will be ready if and when conference is held even if it gins As Early As aug 12 the Date suggested in and British notes to the soviet Union he said he proposals will not be Dis closed in Advance Eisenhower and Secretary of state Dulles Are making plane for Summit talks on the Assumption hey will begin within a few 5ome top officials however think hat the aug 12 Date May prove to be a week too soon for the completion of arrangements they also think the Sil Jnore Likely will be Geneva than new York would complicate v administration under stand that Congress prot fable will not adjourn on aug 8 but May run As Jinich As a week that would complicate any plan by Eisenhower to be away from Washington As Early As aug 12 Many session end Bills req Hohlt attention after adjournment Vav there have been complaint rom several democrats in con Gress that Eisenhower and Secre Ary of state Dulles in the past have displayed foot ragging re Ustance to meet soviet Premier Khrushchev face to face there was general Praise How ver for Eisenhower letter vixens spending weekend visiting o Ashfield mass a vice and mrs Nixon arc pending the weekend in this North Vest Ern Massachusetts Village at he summer Home of William c bullitt former ambassador to rus Sia and France under Franklin Roost Volt they flew into Bradley Field at Windsor locks Friday night and came Here by Automo bile bullitt said saturday this is col George Grivas Leader of a private visit the Nixon happen he greek cypriot underground Oka proclaimed two weeks ago that for every greek killed in a briton a briton would be saturdays slaying was Tho first of a British Soldier in Nicosia since january although the British Security forces have been shot at in other parts of the is and since then Caincr engine burning at full throttle i i Leal wave guises a blast of Orange flames and an to Tilv earsplitting Roar heralded the l y missiles Takeoff was acquainted Wilh the other woman i had never met she said or Thomas a Rafalski reported a definite improvement in the divorcees condition and added we Are optimistic about a Complete recovery mrs Nicholas emerged from the teds widow Mary Elizabeth tinting need of the Wisdom and Decd aloft saturday on it first climbed straight up to be very Good friends of Ashfield is at the foot of the Berkshire mountains Day proposing aug 12 for in Summit talks and challenging Khrushchev face to face should do something about Indi rect aggression in the Mideast brother shot by mistake West Union w a up Harry Boyce 31 of Fairmont waived to the Doddridge county Brand jury saturday on a charge if negligent shooting in the death Friday of his brother also of Fairmont he was released on Bond f the younger Boyce died from a 53calibre Rifle wound Friday his Rother admitted firing the Wear 3ii but claimed he had done so after mistaking Young Boyce for groundhog the Boyces along with other members of their families were Hunting at the time at nearby Tenter Point Harry Boyces 12yearold ton backed up his fathers Story he old authorities he also fired at Denzil in the belief he groundhog but missed Man still missing Lewisetta a a the search was continued saturday or Ernest s Ford 45yearold manager of a Richmond dry cleaning firm who has been miss no since leaving a summer Cou age for a fishing trip on the Omac River wednesday group says air Force has proof flying Saucer exists Washington updo group which includes a former Central intelligence chief reported Satur Day that congressional commit Ces have conducted super secret hear Rome simmering heat jars on flying saucers but have worst of the made their findings Public strength that come from in his remaining two years in office the president will set the first wednesday in october As the National Day of prayer the an Nual Day was established by con Gress in 1952 film Pioneer Dies ii Erin Aion Odin Judy on him successful test your Nev through accelerating rapidly for some gave Italy a today toll of Success ii Lesi Jour qty it Cimet Rubn and Hnat a space the 100ton three engine rocket was the mightiest War weapon Ever launched by the free world the spectacular shoot boosted seconds then it pitched Over to Aat least 20 sunstroke and heat sex More level course and darted deaths Ward the Southeast on the Start of a per hour flight through space Many drownings also were re ported As thousands of italians and j tourists sought to heat the Tern the air Force announced five Para turns with Cooling swims about hours after Forrest 48 and son Tom 14 Sal in a 5s 4 was Kie unon Cavini family room out of sight of More Hollywood f the sky i s the f Artmen a newer girl than Loo others at the l2minutesmith 83 one of the creators of the Albs blaster aloft at flight test Holl us icbms prestige and offset a minutes later that preliminary Ini dismal failure july 19 when reports indicated Loi Illi til Ness i Arley i first three engine Atlas blew High the flight was Normal findings Public the claim was made by the National investigations committee on Aerial Phenomena Nickp which aide confirmed that wrote the letter last january to Mclvin v Knopp of West Richfield Ohio the congressman said con Gressional investigations have been held and Are still being held on the problem of unidentified Fly ing objects since most of the material presented to the committees is classified the hearings insists the air Force is withhold Are never printed when Conlu ing evidence which would prove Sions Are reached they will be re that flying saucers actually exist retired vice Admiral r leased if the Nickp said this refuted Len Koetter who once headed the air Force claims that no con Central intelligence Agency is a Gressional hearings had been held Charleston w a member i the air Force says that Thor the first such awful a statewide conference on youth the Nickp quoted a letter from Mush investigation there both the boosters was called saturday Byer William h Ayres Rohi omis nothing to Bear out claim that find 29vearold Laura l Moi episcopal funeral service Saluri the film Industry died Friday propelled by twin and the sustainer Cecil h Underwood for oct proof thai hush hush Corres reported flying saucers Are Man Ter Day night at his Home Here Booster rockets and a main said 3 in Charleston signal hearings had been held an made or quoted

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