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24 Aug 1958

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24 Aug 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - August 24, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandV the weather Ike try High n work or tomorrow six sections general features Chat Cit area news sports comics family weekly vol 233 Cumberland Maryland sunday August 24 1958 am cwt Tan mtg of Price fifteen cents Congress adjournment big 3plan for Summit talk pushed joins with Britain France in sending notes Washington a the Western big three moving fast while the soviet Union is in a co operative mood pressed Moscow again saturday for a new try at arranging a Summit conference the United states Britain and France made Public identical notes they had sent the soviet for eign ministry Friday the notes politely but firmly re Quested a reply to their july letter which had called for renewal of pre Summit diplomatic talks in Moscow had Short life them talks had a Short life this after a quarrelsome begun in mid april they were broken off by Moscow june 16 when soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev lambasted them As a Western stall and demanded an Early Heads government meet ing without Benefit of lower level Advance u s officials conceded the Tim ing of the Western notes made Public saturday was significant they said not much has been done since the july 1 letter to try to resume the Moscow talks be cause for a while things seemed to be moving in the direction of Summit talks within the United nations Security Council urgent consideration was Given to this idea during the Tinderbox crisis in the Middle East created by the successful revolt in Iraq and dispatch of u s and British forces to Lebanon and Jordan but Moscow finally backed away from any u Summit ses Sion and the idea was dropped with the end of that Prospect however came two encouraging events last week the soviet joined in the overwhelming 800 approval of an Ara proposed Middle East settlement in the United nations and soviet scientists East West Geneva conference almost simultaneously approved As technically feasible a worldwide sys Tern of monitoring to prevent any Clandestine nuclear bomb tests Hope Russia in mood officials said this put the Situa Tion Back where it was in mid june and encouraged the West to Hope the soviets might be in a mood to extend its cooperation to Summit preparations soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko Lent support to this View he told a news conference in new York Friday that adoption of the arabs Middle East plan had made a Summit conference even More timely Dulles warns red China newsmen hear of Call newsmen Cluster around gov Orval Faubus As he announces he will Call the Arkansas legis lature into session tuesday the announcement in Little Rock said solons will consider ant integration Laws a photo lax and necessary than before Lemay cites Russ threat St Louis to up Gen Curtis e Lemay warned Satur Day night the United states faces an increasing threat from so Viet Airpower the air Force vice chief of staff and strategic bombing expert said that right now America is Superior to Russia in Airpower but russian achievements indicate the Edge is being narrowed rapid Lemay addressed the annual National convention of am cts Here he said the United states must continue to maintain a strategic air striking Force like that which has been the primary deterrent 10 years rebels shoot Soldier n Lebanon three Navy men grilled released after five hours c Beirut Lebanon up a Ebel sniper wounded an Ameri can Soldier strolling in Beirut Liberty area and three Navy men were seized and questioned or More than five hours in a usurious rebel hideout military authorities disclosed saturday lebanese government indicated that these incidents Anc he serious wounding of a French official As he drove through the Ity might bring a massive Saccu Ity crackdown and possibly even a state of emergency released unharmed the three Navy men were re cased unharmed maj Gen Paul Dewitt Adams Oman Der of All american Lane orcs in Lebanon was in uric lightly when his personal Ucli opt or crashed saturday during a our of troop positions North 01 Beirut the wounded Man was id Coli red Only As a private first class from Decatur 111 he was struck in the shoulder by the second of two bullets fired at him Friday As he walked near the Beirut Public gardens in an area set aside for american troops while off duty second american shot he was the second american shot by the lebanese in Beirut a sergeant was killed last month when he inadvertently drove a truck into the rebel area the three seized Navy men were identified As ens Robert Copland Cambridge sea Man Clarence Fleming Albany and postal clerk James r Patterson Columbus a Coal men seek Oil import curb Washington up re to general War for More than sections on residual Oil imports which have Cut heavily into traditional Coal markets on the at lactic Seaboard will be sought insult to injury Copenhagen Denmark a swiftly by the National Coal Jensen so Motorbike cd Assn under the newly signed re to the police station to ask suspension of a pending 50day jail term for Drunken driving the receiving cop sniffed hailed Mogens into court and got him fio Days additional after he had admitted drink ing eight Beers on the Way to a peal Trade Law a spokesman for the inca said saturday that its staff is gather ing current data to show How unrestricted imports of foreign residual Oil were flooding Many of coals Normal markets in increased volume Aid sought in plans bomb wrecks floor of hotel Havana powerful bomb went off late saturday in a shop on the ground floor of the hotel Havana Hilton causing heavy damage the bomb was placed in an antique shop which was destroyed show windows in nearby shops were shattered the property toll was Esti mated at several thousand dollars there was no immediate report of any injuries police made several arrests atom Holiday plan viewed As unpopular Washington poll of the military services saturday evidenced a none too Happy acceptance of the administrations decision to declare a 12monthhou iday on nuclear weapons tests if the soviet Union goes along officially the armed forces were saying nothing but a sound ing out of feelings at the Pentagon showed a Lack of enthusiasm for the idea coupled with a conviction that the u s nuclear stockpile is so full of a variety of nuclear weapons that a test suspension limited to one year would have Little Long Range effect As president Eisenhower made the proposal to Moscow Friday Iacre would be nothing to prevent this country from going ahead during a year of negotiations on a foolproof detection system to pro Duce and stockpile existing models of atomic weapons High officials Lave said that is the intention research would go ahead in Mil tary Fields too nothing in Eisen Howers proposal would in any Way bar the military from devel Oping new missiles and other for carrying nuclear War Heads it would prevent Only the casting of the warheads them selves shells Rake Isles raise War alarm artillery barrage heaviest in history action hinted Washington up Secre tary of state John Foster Dulles warned red China saturday that an attempt to seize the islands of Quemoy and Matsu from the Chi Nese nationalists would be highly he made it Plain in a letter to rep Thomas e Morgan that the United states would con Sider an attack on the strategic offshore islands a threat to the peace and would not necessarily stand idly by earlier Dulles told reporters the situation in the far East seems to be getting a bit worse although the Middle East crisis has eased Dulles talking informally be fore leaving on a weeks Vaca Tion noted increased hostile activities by the chinese communists in the Formosa Strait shells Rake Quemoy a Formosa chinese artillery raked the que Moys saturday with the heaviest bombardment in their history the defense ministry said shells had hit the strategically vital off Shore islands in two hours the unprecedented shelving raised alarm Here the chinese nationalist stronghold has been on an through most of August and has been braced for a red attempt to invade the offshore is lands feared Iny Anlon there were fears the terrific shelling was prelude to an in Vasion of Quemoy most important the defense ministry said the shelling had ended at hit there was no hint that any invasion activity had followed the official Central news Agency said communist planes had flown Over Quemoy during the shelling but nationalist antiaircraft guns opened up the Agency made no mention of any air Al ack nor did the ministry the u s command on Formosa said there were no american Cas governors review members of the 29th division March past the governors of three slates during a formal review yester Day at Indiantown Gap a left to right Are Underwood West Virginia James l Almond of Virginia and Theodore r Mckeldin of Maryland the guardsmen come Fromi those three states Alpho Tofau Hof f a forms racketeering probe group teamsters head to meet corruption accusation squarely governors see annual review of guardsmen Indiantown Gap a a three governors saturday watched National guards Man rom their states March in formal Parade and All agreed the civilian soldiers measured up the occasion was the annual governors Day review of the 29th Baltic Mil itary assistance advisory group for Formosa normally has from 15 to 20 officers and men on the is land Adams son 21 marries Lincoln mass tiny White Frame Church on the town Groeth was the scene saturday of the wedding of Nancy Morris 21 of Las vegas to Samuel Sherman Adams 21 son of presidential aide Sherman Adams about 200 relatives and friends filled the first Parish Church unitarian As the Rev Charles Styron officiated at the double ring service two Auto crash fatal to seven Homestead Fla up seven persons were killed Satur Day in the collision of two Auto mobiles near the Entrance to the Florida keys the Highway patrol said the dead included four negroes in one car and three White sailors apparently from the key West naval base in the other City traffic was paralysed in a wide Section of the capital More than students blocked off pase de la Reforma while he students in buses wheeled through the main boulevards infantry division composed of its first atomic bomb in septem ignoring Street signs and traffic first atom bomb Paris usually Well informed Francesor said Satur Day France is expected to explode Washington James r Hoffa of the teamsters Union saying i intend to Meel squarely charges of announced saturday Creft Ponoka citizens group to weigh accuse ions made against some of his associates by the Senate rackets committee the committee chairman sen John l Mcclellan expressed scepticism about the value of the move the test of the Good Faith and Power of this Hof a appointed commission is can and will it move against or Hoffa Mcclellan said preserve Hoffa said this group composed of three outstanding citizens shall guide us and assure the membership of our Union a Strong honest leadership while at the same Lime preserving fairness and due process for each individual so he said he has named As men Bers of an anti racketeering com Mission former sen George h Bender who during his 14 years in the House served As chairman of an anti racketeering committee once prosecutor f Joseph Donohue former head of the District of Columbia Board of commissioners and one time special prosecutor for the department of Justice Ira w Wayne retired Wayne judge and professor of Law at Wayne University he said Bender is to head the roup students protest seize 200 buses Mexico City protesting fare increases seized 200 buses saturday and drove Many of them wildly through the Arkansas solons to hold session on school crisis crime surely does not pay up Richard Mcfarland saturday began a 5 to 15 year sentence he earned at the maximum rate of three cents a year the 19yearold grand rapids youth Drew the sentence for an Rob Bery that netted him 15 cents Algeria rebel missionary Algiers Reb Els have kidnapped a Young Amer ican methodist missionary the Rev Lester e Griffith the meth Odist Mission announced saturday night the Rev or Griffith a 33year old ohioan who had spent five years in Algeria vanished on a motor trip last monday nothing has been heard from him since he is believed to be the first american abducted by the rebels since they launched their revolt against France in 1954 the Mission superintendent m Aurbakken told reporters the missionary was seized by rebels while returning to his Post in Mountain Ous Eastern Algeria three weeks ago the Rev or Griffith was sent to the Village of oud Hias deep in the grand Karblia mountains to replace two nurses who had gone on vacation he helped care for the children in a methodist dispensary there he brought some of the children o Algiers Lay morning and was returning to los Uhn to court in effect to when he disappeared about Oclock in the afternoon foreign Aid Bill passed by senators fund measure last obstacle to Senate House quitting work Washington a Senate and House conferees agreed sat urday night on a foreign Aid the agreement which was expected to be approved quickly by the two Chambers apparently cleared the last major obstacle to adjourning the 85th Congress there always could be some Las minute hitch however the sessions final hours were devoted to handling Money Bills in addition to the foreign Aid measure the legislators put finishing touches on Bills appropriating six billion dollars for mis Cellaneous government operations and for military construction All for current year All Are for the current fiscal year ending next june 30 the Long Windup session also disposed of an assortment of tag end jacking up the National debt ceiling to 288 billion dollars and authorizing Federal Aid to education program designed to turn out space age scientists and engineers sen Lyndon b Johnson of Texas the democratic majority Leader said this has been one of the most nonpartisan congresses in Many years i believe this Congress Rose to great Heights because the Ameri can people Are ready to Rise to great he said in a state ment this Jas Senate which has tried to resolve issues rather than to create them he added House quiet the House usually the scene of singing and merrymaking when adjournment was relatively quiet the galleries packed Early in the evening be Gan to empty by one Impromptu quartet led by rep Toby Morris Dykla tried with out much Success to liven things up with a weak rendition of Home on the some members appeared grim and resentful at the failure of favorite legislation others looked tired in the Senate a debate warmed up Over legislation to permit the diversion of More Lake Michigan water by Chicago opponents said they were determined to keep the Bill from coming to a vote even if they had to talk indefinitely the big Battla was Over foreign the Senate beat Back two at tempts by sen Allen j Ellonder la to Cut a total of 150 Mil lion dollars out of the Bill it then sped the measure to the House which had approved 440 million dollars less than the sen ate voted a Quick conference of representatives of the two Cham Bers was arranged to try to reach Compromise sen Richard b Russell Gav chairman of the Senate armed services committee also assailed the foreign Ai program As having become a permanent part of our an Effort to lop 100 million Dol Lars off the military Aid Section of the Bill was Defeated by a Roll Call Vole of 4536 then the Senate voted 4136 against a move to Cut 50 million dollars from the 790 Dollar provision for economic defense support other Money problems another big Money Bill still stood in the Way of final adjourn this was a in it curation of the seven negro offices appropriation to Little Rock Ark a gov 0rval Faubus saturday called an emergency session next week of the Arkansas state legis lature to try to Block further a Cial integration High school the legislators May be asked to close the big school entirely As a last resort against what Faubus called illegal Federal interference Faubus told a news conference that information he has received indicated that violence in the event of renewed integration at Central would be even greater this time than a year ago riots outside the school last fall shocked the nation and led president Eisenhower to Sendic Cral troops to Little Rock no time to delay Faubus told newsmen he would have liked to delay his Call until the supreme court makes its next scheduled move in the Case that appears to be nearly a week away however and Faubus declared there is no time to do although he discuss the nature of any Bills he has in mind Faubus said Hopes for Quick action it is my Hope and my expectation that the legislature will act on the Bills before sept Faubus accused Integrationist of a Clever plot through Legal mane vering in the supreme Spring a Las minute trap on Little Rock school authorities and thus Force the reentry of seven negro students when Central reopens sept 2 the governor said he would not stand still while time runs out on him the High court is being asked by the National Assn for the advancement of coloured people to erase a conflicting series of lower court rulings that have at this Point stayed a renewal of integration at Central for at least 30 wants the High i counties called shortchanged9 under tax plan for Europe Africa Tunnel York Morilon a 15year repayment basis can from Madrid is in new York Jln principal and interest both in with engineering a dollars guaranteed by two Maryland Africa under the Straits of Spanish Banks and the Hjaltar he is seeking to Purchase St Lulu of foreign Exchange of soldiers from Maryland Vir inia and West Virginia the annual Parade and other activities Marks the Midway Point n the groups two week summer Encampment the chief executives who at ended the program and received gun honorary Salute were Theodore r my Kuldir Cecil Underwood her or Early october signals skill cited crippled Airliner lands 22 passengers not Hurt Ocean City map county official complained Satur Day that Maryland distribution of gasoline tax revenues Short changes the counties in favor of Baltimore City John h Marburger Public works administrator of Prince Georges county criticized the distribution formula at the summer dents when Central reopens Bohol Winner Dies Paris Martin do card 77 Winner of the Nobel j prize for literature in 1937 died a Village finance a variety of Federal Agen cies including the veterans administration this one passed con Gress earlier but was vetoed by president Eisenhower because it included a 589 million Dollar civil service retirement fund allotment which the president said was not in Northwest France now satellites Bare safety zone for manned Moon flights Washington air meeting of the Assn of Maryland Force said saturday that info county commissioners mation receive d from the exit said Singer hoped for Moro information from the satellite As Pueblo Colo Pilot feathered the and turned i t in Nav m Xinu my Vii Dincau inv Ink Iii in an emergency Landing of the plane in an Effort under the formula the in Earth satellite indicates roads commission receives is a safety Rockol of Gas tax revenues above the Earth in a equipment is carried aloft Well As from forthcoming Moon if radiation measuring Worth of heavy equip mint in behalf of Spanish Indus tries the and the Bank of Nagode said we need equipment for Tynin Vaflor a Dusl Ries each Industry h a heavy equipment Purchase agreed to pay the Spanish govt e proposed vehicular promptly in pesetas in hasp Frontier airlines the Pueblo Airport he City gets 30 per cent an manned satellite could travel with information already developed saturday saved the 22 realized the plane Mak the 23 counties Divide the luncheon in their Honor the division commander Gen William c Purnell of aboard from possible i it and he looked for an emergency Landing spot the remain out danger of intense radiation indicates that a band of intense Are Only indirectly connected Asj Arriva of Lac american Machin separate units of an even greater cry construction program according the government in turn has wife Dios Salisbury a mrs Ruth the plane its left engine dead ing 20 per cent i Marburger criticized the form development command said Cal but the air Force research Andradi Aljonia with Proton enc gics the crippled plane shot under a la As too inflexible to meet count nations indicated that a Mani to up to swooped in under a High tension Power line crossing needs during the current period travelling above the Electron volts starts at the Power line and Slid to a Safe Ravine Langhofer put Theslof rapid growth would have to be shielded by a of the ionosphere or about 250 on its belly in a Field it carried Tail Down and let it drag 19 passengers and a Crew of half a mile before bringing Jol service snarl Al after the two engine Craft too the plane in to a belly doctors were called to examine Prague Czechoslovakia the possibilities of space travel about Miles hut apparently thick Wall of Lead to protect above the Earth from death dealing radiation i the radiation increases in Inlet it said the new Light was shod sity and reaches a maximum at o Pennsylvania born l 3 f Naa greed to loan the pesetas to my god managing director of the company for development of talk Harcum wife of Maryland Iff for grand Junction thei Oviade corp of Madrid of Mediterranean seacoast land commissioner Harry capt Jim Langhofer of Kuithe passengers after they Tho National czechoslovak air by calculations made by or s does not extend throughout space because of the Exchange sit from Valencia to Culler As one Harcum died saturday in Poni Nitora detected trouble in the ctn taken to the Airport admin Isline is starting regular tui04 Jet Fred Singer of the University of it is hoped that a Moon rocket Avion we sock to Purchase our of the greatest tourist projects in Sula general Hospital Here Afler left engine iteration building but apparently passenger service Between Prague Maryland from data Rece i Ved can throw More Light on the outer initial of heavy equipment a lengthy illness Raiher than Chance fire he none was injured Jand Cairo this week from explore in limits of the Belt

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