Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland 17 Aug 1958
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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - August 17, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather portly Cloudy to or High m15 for warmth tomorrow sections general feature society Cit area news sports comics family weekly Back to school vol 226 Fnu Cumberland Maryland sunday August 17 1958 Fnu photon Price fifteen cents social preliminary Moon shot countdown begins Hopes dim first firing to succeed possible Zero hour shortly after Dawn Given 10 to 1 Chance Cape canaveral Fla a preliminary countdown for launching of the first United states Moon rocket began Satur Day indicating that the spectacular shot will be attempted Early sunday Douglas aircraft co technicians reported to the Blockhouse late in the afternoon to Start the lengthy checkout that leads up to the crucial Zero hour the weather station at Patrick air Force base forecast partly Cloudy conditions sunday Hurri Cane Cleo was too far out to sea to have any effect Ori the firing officials said no official word there still was no official announcement on when the launch most ambitious venture in mans bid to conquer space was due but observers expected the try to be made shortly after Dawn the Moon probe vehicle a mighty three stage Thorble rocket still was under wraps in its huge red and White service Tower los immense size dominating the Cape Skyline left Little doubt that this was the the air Force Hopes will carry a Satel Lite to an orbit around the Moon the Hopes of a Complete Success on the first try were very dim however because of the Complex problem in celestial mechanics involved thankful to be Kozinn of Brooklyn suffered cuts bruises and Shock in the Northeast Airliner crash at Nantucket and pulled a fellow passenger to safety in a fatalist i figure my number want up and in thankful to be he commented to mrs Sophia Thompson school nurse called in to assist at Nantucket Hospital a photo fax 101 Chance the missile experts figure it is a 101 Chance that the satellite will plop into a planned orbit some 000 to Miles from the Moon they probably will be quite Satis fied if the missiles three stages perform satisfactorily and nothing More activity around the Thorax la f Tower was stepped up during the Day Cocoa Beach the missile town adjacent to the sprawling air Force test area also was bustling As thousands of tourists poured in no vacancy signs were everywhere if the initial Blastoff toward space is successful the world will have to wait 24 Days for an announcement on the results the rocket must reach unprecedented speeds of to escape the earths Gravity pull the Pentagon has announced that the optimum Days to shoot the Moon this month arc sunday monday and tuesday Ike relaxes with guests Gettysburg Paap president Eisenhower relaxed by playing Golf and Bridge saturday with a group of old friends weekend guests at the presi dents farm Home included Clif Ford j Roberts new York invest ment banker and Board jello of the Augusta National club and William e Robinson of new York president of the coca cola co also in the parly were the presidents son John an army major Norway sets Middle East counter plan insures territorial integrity allows to withdraw troops unite nations n y we no ways u n Delegate said saturday a new Resolution on the Twenty two were killed outright Middle East will be introduced and another Man Don Breswick formally in the general Asse of new York City died later of crash toll at 23 As probe begins Nantucket mass a civil aeronautics Board officers began an investigation saturday of new England worst air plane disaster in which 23 persons mostly new yorkers vacation their lives in a North crash Bly monday with 8 to 10 Spon sors the Resolution would counter a soviet proposal already before the Assembly emergency ses Sion which Calls for the United Stales and Britain to withdraw their troops from Lebanon and Jordan norwegian dip foreign min ister Hans told reporters the new Resolution will be put before the 81nation Assembly monday Engin chief author of the Reso Lution declined to list the other sponsoring countries or to Dis cuss the contents but informed sources said the working paper for the Resolution would ask Sec rotary general Dag Hammarskjold to make arrangements that would ensure the territorial integrity and political Independence of Lebanon and Jordan and so make possible withdrawal of the Bri Lishu s troops the Resolution also was reported to Call on Hammarskjold to continue pending studies for mid Eastern economic development and a standby u n police Force the United Stales and Britain were supporting the norwegian plan but were not expected to sponsor it u s Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge said the main prob Lem in drafting it was saying something that will get a Nice big injuries in Massachusetts general Hospital eleven persons were Hurt some burned seriously the twin engine con Vair crashed in fog shortly before Friday mid night after cutting through tree tops about 300 Yards from this summer resorts Airfield Dean among dead the Drtad included and two Gettysburg neighbors George e Allen and retired Brig Gen Arthur s Nevins on leaving the Golf course the president announced the parly off to visit his four grandchild Indianapolis up a Federal grand jury relaxed Satur Day in the Middle of a vigorous two week probe into Lac affairs of an alleged inner National gambling Syndicate believed to have grossed substantially More than 000 last fall at Turre haute ind the jurors which heard 68 wit Dean 52 former chairman of the atomic Energy commission har vey Schwamm 53 prom incl Wall Streel banker and chairman of the american Trust and John s Pearson of Manhattan an executive of the american International underwriters an insurance firm seven of the More seriously burned were flown to Boston for ire Alment at Massachusetts Gen eral Hospital five others Are in Nantucket cottage Hospital Airport officials said the plane held Back in new York because of heavy air coming in for Landing about using instruments because of a heavy fog thai had sprung up Sud Denly witnesses said Lac plane came in Low and ploughed Inlo Small Pines and scrubs when in hit the ground it disintegrated saw blinding Flash Folmer Stanshigh an Airfield maintenance worker said it had seen a blinding Flash there was no the Flash he said a few seconds Laler i heard hissing he and another employee drove to the scene As we approached the wreck Stanshigh added flames were leaping around the fuselage and spreading Inlo scrub Pine a woman was screaming a Man leaned against a Irce in a Daze there were five or six Passyn Drin they arc spending the in the past week were to Skunk chases show patrons Battle Creek Mich i audience of 500 settled Down at theater in nearby Augusta to watch no time for near the end of the first act patrons actors alike started sniffing the show was halted while the audience and actors went out temporarily for some fresh air a Skunk had stolen the show Eisenhower looms for Aid Bill Washington up presi Dent Eisenhower is planning an Lith hour fight for All the foreign Aid Money he can get because he regards it As vital to his peace program for the Middle East a High administration official said saturday this informant said the presi Dent Felt grateful for democratic support of the program so far and hoped to gel bipartisan support or his appeals next week in what is expected to be the final week of the 1958 session of Congress specifically the president was said to want Senate approval of the foreign Aid appropriation approved by the sen ate appropriations committee and acceptance of that total by the House which voted Only the Senate is expected to go along with its committee it is i however for hous Senj ate conference committees which Compromise different versions Bills to split their differences the president was said to be anxious for Congress to approve All or As much As possible of the 440 Mil probe eyes Greenlease Kidnap Case elusive Trail stops just Short of ending missing Cash mystery Washington a Senate rackets probes said saturday an elusive Trail of evidence slops just Short of solving the mystery of the missing Greenlease kid Nap Ransom Money the special Senate investigating Lom Millee headed by sen John l Mcclellan dark is collaborating with the Fri in efforts to close the Gap described As narrow but baffling Mcclellan and Robert f Ken Nedy committee counsel said they Lan to explore the Story As far As hey can in Public hearings Over he coming weeks they hinted that fresh evidence about the Ransom has turned up in heir of Gangland figures they accuse of conniving n labor rackets with James r International president of the teamsters Union Hoffas name has not figured in the Ransom mystery probe there is a Gap we have been unable to Mcclellan told a reporter in discussing the Ransom Hase he indicated it is not wide but he declined to go further there Are two witnesses from which we have received inform Kenned said cryptically one we cannot use one there is i question whether we paid the mystery of what happened to the Money has kept the Fri on investigation since october 1953 the parents of Little Bobby Greenlease of Kansas City paid Ransom to kidnappers at unaware the 6year old boy already had been slain Carl Austin Hall and his girl Friend Bonnie Brown Heady were executed in the Missouri Gas chamber for the Kidnap murder but Only half of the Ransom Money was recovered Kennedy announced he will Call Back to the witness stand this week uus Zapas an Indianapolis teams Lars Union official and former who swore Friday he never had discussed in 1953 a scheme for gelling rid of whal Kennedy termed hot Money stolen Money Kidnap israelis say spies nabbed Tel Aviv Israel up Israel has smashed the biggest spy ring Ever discovered in the coun by a government spokesman said saturday he said the gang included 12 israeli arabs working under the direction of syrian Mili tary intelligence three of the 12 men arrested were known communists the spokesman said one of them was a Village communist parly Secre Lary the spokesman said All 12 who came from villages in Western Gallilee would be charged with espionage and could be sentenced to death or life imprisonment if convicted the spokesman said some of the men were Leach cars and graduates of secondary schools in Israel recovers san Francisco a rep Samuel Fried cd did has re turned to his Home in Baltimore after making satisfactory Roscov seemed to be on ire and were screaming in pain one woman end with their parents at the the hearing monday was pinned by a piece of fuselage Eisenhower country Home at one morning with More than 100 Peruc pulled la off nor and cat Oul Wuhu Sivc Urma pass Nikon Donars added by Lac Senate Cit from the coronary attack he Gers lying on Lac All commit acc to Lac House approved suffered Here or Wayne Bayliss Lloyal Corner of the presidents farm sons listed for testimony newspaper most popular source of scientific data the flames her legs seemed to be burned almost body of Mother saves Tot front death in crash i reported saturday newspaper claims infrared camera can take pictures of past Underwood Call for suspension of Stark aired Beckley Miami air Force scup contrasts in heat Waves aeronautics commission chairman enlists Al Eglin air Force base off by the objects the device Isth Uiol c Smith said saturday he Lee Henry 13 who lost on foot and faces amputation of the other chats with her sister Pat after the letters wedding to John j Pollard at Gardner yesterday Sandra was bridesmaid and practice her role since returning from the Hospital she appeared without crutches depending on an artificial foot she did very Well a photo lox Tawes urges Unity to win in november joins in Annapolis club Effort losers pledge party support Bay lard Tawes democratic candidate for governor said saturday this is a year of great decision for Mem Bers of his parly in Maryland we Are at the Crossroads and Between the old Road we have travelled the last eight years or a new Highway to Victory in he told a rally of the Annapolis democratic club the rally was billed As Unity and Tawes remarks were highly appropriate Maryland democrats have remained bitter after intense primaries recently with the result the state has twice elected a Republican governor two Republican senators and Throe of seven representatives since 1950 Strong Effort pull the party together for no members elections was at least exhibited at the Annapolis club rally both losers and winners pro claimed willingness to forgive and forget Clarence d Long one of those Caten by Thomas Dalesandro for the democratic Senate Nomi nation said weve Learned to jury our differences in order to Bury the Long declared he had developed a grudging admiration for d Alesandro in their primary Campaign he called him a Man of action Mahoney Bruce to help Tawes took note of Longs will no Ness to pitch in to help his conqueror he said two More of to losers George Mahoney and James Bruce will do likewise after labor Day state sen Louis n Phipps who cd a victorious slate in an Anne Prince Faisal Nasser Arundel factional fighting also held out a Wreath of birthday talks we have no desire to punish Inyong who worked against us in he he said Paul t Pitcher Public help fund sliced by senators cutback May Avert veto will meet again monday r Washington sen ate late saturday passed the social Security liberalization Bill after trimming the increased Public assistance program in an Effort to Avert a veto by president Eisen Hower the Bill now goes Back to the House which passed it 3752 july 31 some senators said they under stood the House would accept it without any conference commit tee meeting its chief feature is a 7 per cent increase in social Security insurance benefits 1 payroll taxes upped payroll taxes would be raised by a bigger amount than necessary to pay for the immediate new insurance benefits the tax boost is de signed in part to insure the Long Range soundness of the social curly system the Bill As it passed the House also increased Federal Grants to the Stales for the four Public assistance programs by 288 million dollars these programs Are for the needy the aged Blind disabled and dependent children this led the administration to Send word to the Capitol that measure would be Eisen Hower has that the Federal government Cut Back and not increase its share of the at Sist nce programs will present veto the Senate chopped this Down to 197miliidn sen George a a mufflers who sponsored the two floor amendments to reduce the Public assistance Cost said he was sure that their adoption would prevent a veto the Senate beat series of amendments to liberalize the insurance features of the it Defeated 5332 a proposal to make the increase in benefits 10 per cent instead of seven it also rejected amendments to make the increase eight per cent to in crease the maximum death Benefit to instead of and to make t possible for men and women to retire with full benefits at age 62 million raise the Bill As it passed the Senate would raise monthly checks to about 12 million Socia Security in Urance beneficiaries now on the Rolls by an average of about the insurance program covers retirement survivors and disability benefits the increases would Start in checks received next february the 75 million persons now contributing in taxes to the system would have their Rales boosted Jan l 1959 the maximum in crease would be a year each for an employee and his employer monthly increase the monthly Range of benefits now to for an individual would be raised to to after several years the maximum individual Benefit would be in creased to survivors family benefits would be increased from a maximum of to an eventual top of the increased insurance Bene fits would amount to 700 million dollars next year but the payroll taxes would be raised next year by after discussing minor Bills the Senate adjourned at not until 10 monday the Senate reversed earlier plans and postponed until the first of next week action on Wil son Whites nomination to be assistant attorney general he loses twice Faisal of the Rich Oil kingdom of saudi Arabia said saturday he and up actor president Nasser of the United Joey Arlo Rickett argued with at St sector ban removed Honolulu military and civil aeronautics administration officials said Satur Day that All restrictions on air and sea traffic around Johns Ion Island were lifted neither the Navy nor the Caa would say whether lift ing of the ban meant Complex Tion of nuclear missile testing in that area a Navy spokesman said the atomic Energy commission must make such a disclosure readies further cuts in East units Beirut up the United Stales is preparing to withdraw a second Marine battalion of men from Lebanon probably within a an informed source said saturday the withdrawal would leave Marine so Rengh in Lebanon at evidence of a Strong Effort to of Ian Hue original to f no it Stilt lift f Rel Tal it would Cut the total num ber of troops in Lebanon and Supply the top strength of american forces landed in Lebanon was 300 the number was reduced when the 2nd in of the 8th Marine regt was withdrawn thurs Day and Friday adm James Holloway com Mander of the forces Here conferred for More than an hour Friday with lebanese president elect Gen the embassy reported without reveal ing the subject of the discussion lebanese Premier Sami ass old renewed charges against the United Arab Republic saturday he said in an interview with United press International that car president Gamal Abdul Nasser main objective was to Annex Leb anon to the territory he already controls Cairo a Crown Prince incr and rep James c Wright a Texas Dweller on the popular y democratic theme of putting Thoj on the republicans for the arc economic recession six months ago Feisal used by Nasser of financing a Pool to kill him to prevent the Union of Egypt and Syria great eloquence Friday in defend ing a client charged with driving through a red Light at the sentencing set for monday he will find out How much losing the Case Cost him the client was his wife mrs Ruth Bates Rickett sea dragon sixth atom sub takes place in Fleet Portsmouth up than another but you cant put a new York and opinions with the Nantucket mass a a have developed a new to a fat avid readers of f ads show no Hahn Trinh in Iho Hrh ran inn Inta inc sea dragon America s Are avid readers of finds showing science stories but a Survey made i get six months before the first soviet news about science sputnik was launched showed thai 54 per cent of the Reading Public never had heard of space Satel Lites it was disclosed saturday the National Assn of science writers and new York University working with a Grant from the no baby cried in the flaming wreck camera which can look into Theof a degree any difference in tuesday to consider gov considerable ask of the ill fated Northeast air past the Miami Herald reported the Herald said the h underwoods do Many t but 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