Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland
31 Aug 1958

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31 Aug 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - August 31, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandAir Force beefs up Power in far East Al the weather partly Cloudy Mort humid High in Boi Chont of afternoon or in own centrally fair Coeler to Morrow six sections general feature society c1tyarea news sports comics family weekly vol 240 arts Cumberland Maryland sunday August 31 1958 putt Metott Price fifteen cents red China seen provoking War naval Force increased in danger zone jets cargo planes rushed to bolster in far East by William Galbraith Washington Ai Force disclosed saturday a be fighter Squadron and cargo plane were being dispatched to build up air Power in the far was where red China threatens inva Cion of chinese nationalist islands in Formosa Strait the move came As officials voiced growing concern that rec chivas continued Tough sounding threats might Force her into an actual invasion attempt on the Quemoy islands to save some authorities suggested la reds might decide the Long Labo Day weekend would be the bes time for such a strike reds encouraged the absence from Washington of vacationing president Eisen Hower Secretary of state John Foster Dulles and assistant Sec relay of slate Walters Robert son who is responsible forthe far East might encourage the communists officials said dispatch of the planes was part of an increasing buildup of forces in formosan Waters Anc elsewhere in the far East the Navy previously had reported Dis Patch of additional aircraft car Ricks and surf to strengthen the already powerful 7th Fleet which patrols the Strait to guard against an inva Sion of Formosa the United Stales is Committer to help nationalist China defend Formosa and the Pescadore is lands but Congress has left it up to president Eisenhower to decide whether to resist seizure of other nationalist held islands including the Quemoy lying closer to the chinese Mainland under its policy the has not said whal action it would take if the que Moys were of a red Chi Nese Landing but the buildup of forces showed this country growing concern u s still undecided the is still undecided what red China wants to gain from its steady bombarding of the nation Alist coastal islands first thoughts were that the communists did not really plan to try to grab the islands but wanted to gain some diplomatic Concession by threatening to do so the state department has reached Only two solid conclusions about the red chinese motives they Are that red China is probing to Nee How far she can go before the will acl that the reds Are trying to provoke the into warlike moves they could Ihen build a Case before the world by claim ing this country is at the Root of tension in the Formosa Strait area intensive red chinese propaganda broadcasts have been Ham Mering on this Iheme they have become increasingly harsh and have warned Hal a Landing on Quemoy is imminent borrowed Auto has Long borr Oiver held upper Darby Paap Frank m Rogers 32 asked a Friend in this suburban Philadel phia Community if he could borrow his car for an hour sure said Frank n chill 66 that was on aug 6 Friday night chill had his car again Rogers had driven All the Way to san Francisco and Back with Side trips into portions of the South in route he loft a Trail of bad checks police said signing chills name to them Rogers was arrested Friday night in chills car while mrs Doris Kidd 28 of Wichita Kan woman he met during his to Cash a Check at the upper Darby National Bank Dag greeted in Rome Dag Hammar skjold left Secretary general of the United nations and italian Premier Amintore fan Fani meet at Ciampino Airport near Rome yesterday in Leader was bound for Geneva after visit to Middle East i Effort to arbitrate Arab rations problems a Phol fax via radio from Rome traffic toll rises slowly on roads by associated Pron traffic m drowning 17 Mii Cellaneous 17 total 130 motorists swarmed to americas ugh ways for fhe labor Day weekend recreation saturday and brought the inevitable rash of Raffic accidents and fierce Dalh however fatality toll mount cd More slowly than an estimate veral Days ago by the National safely Council Hal the three Day oliday would bring 420 traffic calms a Council spokesman said the Cath Pace the first Day of lie weekend looked encouraging compared with that of labor Day year ago when 95 deaths were a ported the first 24 the current Accident fatality Urvey began at 6 Friday and continues until Midnight Mon period of 78 hours the three Day labor Day week and in 1057 took 445 lives in trafic with 95 drownings and oaths in miscellaneous accidents be Over All death toll was 636 the record death toll in 1951 Only 22 higher than last ears 658 the record labor Day weekend traffic toll of 461 Iso was set in 1951 normally on a late summer on Holiday weekend the traffic eath local is below can 300 and 350 n a no Holiday weekend test sur by aug 1518 the associated 5rcss reported 300 traffic deaths in the period two weeks ago i arc were 78 drownings and 94 deaths in miscellaneous other accidents making an Over All Acci ent mortality of 472 Fiti stiff faces quiz Little Rock Ark up gov Orval Faubus will face newsmen from United p r is s International the Christian science Monitor and timeline sunday of the television program face the Faubus will be questioned by Jack v Fox of up Bicknell Eubanks of the Monitor and John Steele of timeline a Boink victim Dies Nagasaki Japan up a 3yearold Man died saturday of liver tumor which japanese doctors blamed on the atom bomb which devastated Nagasaki 3 years ago he was listed As huge rocket engine gets Static test Cape canaveral Fla a mighty first stage engine of a Vanguard satellite rocket roared into action saturday night during a preflight test a Static or ground control Tes usually precedes a Vanguard launching by one week to 10 Days the 72foot rocket reportedly houses another Pound Ball Sale elite the third the Navy has to plop Inlo Orbil around the Globe earlier in the Day an air Force snark and two army advanced research rockets were launched within an hours time at the Busy missile test Center the slavic test came 64 Days after a Vanguard rocket fizzled in Light when the second stage failed 0 ignite High in the sky it was earned thai the interim Lime was spent completely overhauling the rocket the Only Vanguard Success in six tric sat launching the Complete or Vestage rocket was chalked up March 17 when a Pound Grapefruit sized satellite was curled into an orbit that May last 200 years Brucker to visit Hong Kong army Secretary Wilbur m Brucker will Fly Here from Taipei Formosa next monday for a today he 14th victim this year of the visit it was announced Here sat in Nagasaki urday soviet space trip seen within year by Alton Blakeslee but they dont put it past the first British satellite seen London a minister of Supply Aubrey Jones said Satur Day Britain hoped to launch a satellite in the not too Remote fun he said the launching would not be this year but declined to say social cd press science writer russians to try to grab off the Amsterdam a within Fly make the Virgl a year a russian will Fly into space and come Home of the Moon and pm again space experts the United Stales again saturday in flabbergasted they Haven several Western scientists it said or Kurt Stehl a minimum timetable of a f a naval research Labora for Russia to Send a Man orbiting around the Earth in a recoverable lord Washington d satellite or at least give him a we gathered the definite in Bricf rocket High jump of a few pression Here that the russians Hundred Miles into space want to be first to the making the first human leap inlaid or August Frederick Staats to space seems to be the main so of Bremen president of the Ger Viet target delegates said at tinman rocket society just How Many years he thought close of the general Assembly of would pass before the first International satellite went into orbit federation the russians said it want nuclear Issue solution seen in Artiss reply Moscow Thrush yes but acceptance o the Western proposal to Start negotiating an atomic test ban was regarded by Western diplomats in Moscow saturday As a positive Slep toward final solution of the nuclear problem the soviet Premier agreed to Start talks oct 31 he Suggs Slid Geneva As the site he added in effect however that Russia would make no guarantee it would nol resume its own tests on this score Khrushchev pointed to whal he called Western de ays in halting less he also indicated Russia would be free to resume Lessing if the talks showed signs of dragging but few Western diplomats fell he soviet Union would put this threat Inlo effect agreement on nuclear tests according to All available evidence so far is still one of its russian main one Diplomat said the general opinion seems to be thai negotiations will Start on schedule unless there is a Basic change in soviet policy in the meantime it is generally accepted there has been a hardening of soviet policy in its relations with the West Over the past month but few believe this will affect the Kremlin repeatedly professed de sire for a ban on nuclear tests and a release from the tremendous economic Burden such tests entail Hunter 12 hits tank of plane flight halted South Bend ind a Squirrel Hunting knocked out Paul havens plane Friday the 35yearold Logansport Pilot turned Back for an emergency Landing at St Joseph county air porn Afler a Bullet punctured the fuel tank of his single engine plane forty Gallons of gasoline was gushing out four feet from his Hea when havens landed with the ignition turned off sheriffs do Paulics traced Down Frederick Morrow 12 who report cd his Shol missed a Squirrel in a tree and the 22caliber Rifle bul let struck the plane instead i heard the engine the boy said four left dead in plane crash Sturgeon a up four persons were killed today in the crash of a private single engine plane in a wooded area near the Allegheny Washington county line the victims were identified As Robert Kumpf 35 of Scott owner and Pilot of the Piper Tri pacer Robert s Carver 23 of Greentree Richard Stichs 32 of Carrick and his wife kill in 26 the Accident occurred at about p m stale and local police Eisenhower stand will Hurt party v go remark on segregation end gop by Jack Bell Washington Eisenhower apparently has added to the Burden of Republican con Gressional candidates in 10 Crit ical states with his go slower views on racial integration Northern democrats already have begun to picture Eisenhower As reluctant to cooperate in the fight on segregation because of his news conference remark wednes Day that he might have told friends privately he Felt there ought to be slower integration in the schools termed incredible these democrats can be sex peeled to give wide circulation in critical Campaign areas such As new York Michigan and califor Nia to the assertion of Roy Wilt ins executive Secretary of the National Assn for the advancement of coloured people that Elsen How ers statement was in these and other states where the negro vote is Rega Dedas important if not actually critical Eisenhower statement is Likely to be cited As indicating the re publican top command is Only go ing through the motions on the integration Issue in meeting this Republican candidates thus far have Only what Many of them regard As an unsatisfactory explanation by White House press Secretary James c Hagerty Hagerty insisted there is no divergence Between the presidents opinion and the Justice departments action in the Little Rock Case in the supreme court solicitor general j Lee Rankin argued before the court thursday or immediate integration in Littlerock some republicans obviously had loped would explain the timing and circumstances of whal hey believed might have been Only an offhand remark by the president seen Drauk ing feel in the absence of any such explanation however they lacked Resh ammunition to counter dem cratic charges that the head of heir whom they Are presumed to agree at least in Prin dragging his feet on the Nib Galion Issue the republicans of course could cite Eisenhower action in ending Federal troops into Little last year but the president Las insisted he acted then to up hold a court order and he has declined to commit himself on the supreme courts original school integration opinion unless there Are further developments this situation could make fallout support of the president by gop candidates something of a ability in California Indiana Maryland Michigan new Jersey vew York Ohio Pennsylvania Vest Virginia and Missouri in chief flies to Geneva talks Geneva Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold a ived Here by plane saturday ight for the opening of the second United nations on frence he will open the 20nation no Lear exhibit of the conference love is the Victor to Hardin rising Young to actor and actress Andra Martin of the films pose after wedding yesterday in Hollywood unromantic agents had urged them to defer marriage until More firmly established in careers but they spurned advice of Phot lox i Racket probe head to seek Extension Washington up chairman John l Mcclellan Laic saturday Hewill at the Senate next january to give his Specia Sena Labo management rackets investigation committee an lift veil on in bombs use Geneva a the United states and Britain said saturday night they have lifted the secrecy surrounding their programs for controlling the Power of the h bomb the move is aimed at bringing about a Freer flow of information i tween scientists Lewis l Strauss and sir John Cockcroft chairmen of the and British delegations to the conference emphasized at a news conference hat the dream of unleashing a fast new source of Power by Tarn no the Energy of the bomb May it be realized for Many years considerable Progress has been they said but the attain ment of useful Power from con rolled fusion reactions still May Equire Many years of sustained the United states and Britain crating under a joint class Ifica Ion guide have been working Losely in the Effort to control the bombs Power sunday and will attend the formal pening meeting monday then he will resume work on his Mideast peace Mission he is Cheju cd to return to Cairo tues a Jimmei shoot Raqi official Beirut Lebanon dentil cd gunmen gravely wound d the former iraqi military at ache in Beirut saturday As he Rove through the heart of this tense lebanese capital the iraqis chauffeur was killed in the attack the sub machine gun attack took place just As United nations Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold his Middle East peace extra year of life the committee headed by the Arkansas Democrat since its Crea lion in 1957 is scheduled to wine upits sweeping investigation o improper practices by unions an businessmen Early next year Mcclellan said the group function through the first session of the 86th Congress in hoping that in january when we file our next report we can then plan to conclude our work by the end of that e told newsmen that does not mean of course that All the unions which should be Nve Ligated will have received he committees attention but we shall try by that time to have covered every area of Ladorman a cent relations and try to have All the facts that Congress would require on which to premise legis Mcclellan said he had not yet put the matter up to the other seven committee members to operate beyond january 1959 the committee would need approval of he full Senate Mcclellan statement came in he Wake of a Call by the National Catholic welfare conference for an end of the investigation now deep into the affairs of the team stars Union and president James r Hoffa the Nowc social action depart ment which supported the inquiry Asl year said the time has come of think of terminating the inquiry Leforc it damages above Board Abor management relations ant bile fatal Kenninghall England up doctors said saturday Daisy Huggins a local gardening Cathu sisal was the victim of a talks apparently stymied left by Oncin million mishap she air for Geneva to attend the in contract cd a fatal Case of tetanus Tern Lional atomic conference from an and bite on her ankle quiz shows face Tough time ii viewers lose Confidence by Charles Mercer Lucast four quiz shows As the Resul cheating to keep a popular coi new York people coif complaints reports that nothing Lastant ave Long suspected that some has been uncovered thus far to the continued popularity of clevis on quiz shows excl con warrant grand jury action appears to depend on Rols enabling contestants who an agent Long associated within whether the Public continues loin c Airn ill pc 1 i i j i a 1111 if Landing try expected by a experts guns Pound Isles but volume drops demand surrender by Forrest Edwards Taipei Formosa a red chivas guns kept up their fitful pounding of nationalist Island out posts sunday but the fire seemed to be dropping nine Darold bombardment fresh american Jet fight i were in route to Formosa to Back up the reinforced 7th Fleet now numbering nearly and High and nationalist Chi Nese military men conferred Here on the defense of Quemoy nationalist defense ministry spokesmen said Little Quemoy was the no 1 target of the sunday shelling but the firing was Light and sporadic the spokesmen said the reds loosed Only about 300 shells in All saturday by far the smallest attack since the record aug 23 bombardment rated at shells see War provoked while american officials conferred Here spokesmen in Washington declared red China apparently is provoke the United Stales Inlo a War in the far East and if that Start one anyway the concentration of communist fire on Quemoy and nearby lands in Amoy Bay has convinced most military experts in Tai Pei that a communist Landing at tempt is being prepared the red chinese army Fukien command is broadcast a surrender or die ultimatum to the nationalist de fenders of Quemoy if an invasion is tried it could Lead to a War whose extent could not be foreseen the United states is not com Mitte to help defend the Little offshore islands but president Eisenhower has authority from con Gress to order american forces nto action there if he that As necessary Tole of Formosa army Secretary Wilber m Brucker and fourstar Gen Isaac White commander of army forces in the Pacific flew no Formosa in separate planes Brucker met for More than an Lour with president Chiang Kai Hek Gen Tiger Wang Shu Ming nationalist chief of staff ambassador Everett drum right and rear adm Roland moot chief of the command talks will continue White conferred Wilh nationalist and american military experts these High level talks will con Niue sunday and monday piping radio said the red Chi a defense ministry had ordered to Shore guns to redouble the funding of Quemoy and its out Osl islands Bui the swish of Island bound Hells was Only sporadic saturday he firing tapered off at after the reds delivered Mort Han rounds in a 24hour be Iod the nationalist defense min Stry said from then until dark Only about 400 shells were report d fired the communists lobbed ver an occasional Shell Laden with propaganda leaflets general Kes aide Dies York a up it Gen Ohn c h court House Lee 71 no of the architects of the world far ii Normandy invasion and orm Center of a controversy Var strict disciplinary measures cd saturday at York Hospital Lee had suffered a stroke Sev ral Days ago followed by a Cor nary heart attack he won his nickname court ouse while serving As Deputy commander and later commander the Mediterranean theater of pc rations during that time he As charged with being an Overly disciplinarian but he re tired exonerated by army investigators and with the Praise of allure the Public fancy to win fabulous prizes now a couple of disgruntled contest ans on a couple of pro Grams have lighted matches in televisions Gunpowder factory people Are winning Yelling Point ing hiding some deny that quiz shows probably puts a Faith in them and this is on the source of much of the chaos Why the current investigation has when he says explosive Force in network the Public notion of a fix is television a Good Deal different from that of the quiz show business is a the producers of some quiz of commercial television they think of themselves As a financially bad year there men who must put on a Good Are now on the air or coming match has been lighted others show i dont think or going admit 25 shows repro Are trying to scratch matches Jahcir coaching of contestants exis enting a bankroll of almost As themselves tends to supplying answers million dollars the new Delhi United slates this week gave India 21 million a 1959 antimalarial Campaign in the midst of the in any show a know of pet of Public and sponsors losing thai Ihry had already Trier brushed to the scene when nigh now York disc atly Frank but i do believe that Many will interest in them makes the Agni Jonce and reported the crash Hogan who is investigating anything Short of downright pcs and networks shudder j no paper monday the evening times will be 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