Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland
7 Dec 1958

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7 Dec 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - December 07, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandW m to Section vol jew cumbe1land Maryland sunday december 7 1958 Price fifteen cents vote Gould decide berlins Fate Butler gets praised for Plank stand s top democrats Laud him on rights Issue at conference by Douglas b Cornell Washington democratic National committee forced do Vita protesting Southern throats saturday words of Praise for National chairman Paul m Butler and his forthright utterances on civil Southern members protested bit Terly and fruitlessly that this action would tarnish the democratic election Triumph of 1958 crack the party apart an jeopardize a Vic tory in the 1960 presidential race Thev tried every political and oratorical Man Euver they could Muster to head off commendation of butlers no Compromise stand on civil rights but they went Down to defeat on a series of Roll Call votes i Only South in the end the Resolution Laud ing the National chairman went through 8419 with Only Southern ers balloting against it by even More decisive vote of 9115 the Dixie committee members failed to unseat Camille gravel or As National committee Man from Louisiana his civil rights views Are regarded As too moderate by Many southerners All in All the party session went through what Butler himself called some difficult moments Over an old Ever troubles the use but then the committee Mem her went to lunch and cheered Harry Truman who told them to organize so the democrats can who going and doing and How to run the country Heia the former president remarked that any tune you hear somebody say he is substantially a Democrat but always votes the Man you Knowles a Damn re pub before adjourning their session the democrats got the Black news that they Are in the red Butler told the National commit tee it is essential that the deficit be wiped out in 90 Days the up shot was that a proposal was put through to found a 750 club to enlist members who would Ante up each former undersecretary of the Treasury Edward Foley was tapped to take Over this and was raised on the spot from people in the room the possibility of a Southern at tempt to censure Butler or even oust him had hovering Over the fou Day session of democratic Pauy Butler sup porters got in the first blow by offering a Resolution singing his praises for his leadership in in nov 4 election Victory and in party Well As Nis stand on civil rights one North Erner after another got up to ad4 personal expressions of commen Dation and to endorse the Besoiu Tion Maurice likes Uncle or daddy role in Sho ivs Paris of Maurice Cheva Lier flew into Paris saturday for two months of rest but plans to return to Hollywood because he likes being papa and Uncle Mau Rice i dont plan to sing any More in the 70yearold actor Singer told reporters at the air port in the United states i have begun a new career As comedian specializing in roles of father and Uncle such jobs Are pleasant be cause among other things they help me get acquainted with pretty daughters and Navy co Dies in Auto mishap Washington Navy chief Petty officer stationed at Camp Lejeune n was killed Early saturday in a trocar collision on the Baltimore washing ton expressway near the Kenil Worth interchange the victim was identified by Park police As Georgee Petery sen 34 three others Riding with Peter ten Jere storm cuts Power Quebec City que up an overnight blizzard caused t six hour Power failure Saluda and almost completely hallo transportation in and out of Thi indent capital City woman rescued after blast mrs Betty Haase 20 is pulled from wreckage of collapsed two family dwelling yesterday in Madison by Clifford Shelton wearing shirt in 20degree cold the 16room House collapsed after an explosion apparently originating in a Gas Furnace a baby girl was killed and four were injured of potato lax Fanf Ani vote Edge narrow retains Post Amintore Fanfani Chalfy pro Western co squeezed out razor thin vote of Confidence sat i Day night the government won by a count if 294286 Over the solid opposition if the fascist right and the social Lefta appealed Friday to the deputies to give new lease of life on his shaky coalition of Christian democrats and social democrats in Advance of he important nato conference in Paris dec is supports nato policies Titian into trouble thursday Light when communists its liberals and monarchists de rated Fanfani proposal to con Niue a 4 cents a tax first imposed during the 1956 Suez crisis his opposition adopted instead by a two vote margin a Bill to abolish the tax at the end of the i the defeat did not entail a vote of Confidence but Fanfani rushed Lack to demand one he told the deputies his Cabinet did not want to stay in office a minute longer than parliament wanted it to stay but he demanded i want to know where we stand in relation to the nato meeting Earth shocks cause alarm Guatemala live Earth shocks were recorded Lere in a 24hour period up to 7 a m saturday some of them v memorial services will be from a on the Luper Structure of the sunken Battle Wagon top military and civilian officials will Iward the platform at Pearl Harbor tribute today Pearl Harbor Hawaii a a Jerica will Mark the 17th an Diversi j Ott the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor sunday with sol emn to men who went Down with the battleship Union votes for contract with airline Kansas City machinists Union saturday night ended its 16 Day strike against trans world Arles with a majority of the Union members Vot ing to accept a new contract t Cliff Miller District 142chair Man International Assn of machinists announced incomplete re turns from the voting by members of 20 locals showed the agreement had been d he did not disclose any vote the District Headquarters sat urday night ordered All strike chairmen to remove pickets Twa earlier had announced plans to re sume flights monday All its 199 planes had been grounded and nearly allies employees furloughed during the strike speedy cabbie loses fare lady gets suspicious Berlin n h she never heard of two Way cab radio Albert Roy says this happened West Russia in Accord on the United j Britain and the soviet the i Levof a treaty o prohibit no they to leave the for signature by any coun treaty Arti Cle was the first Concrete achieve ment since the three nation con Ference on controlled suspension of nuclear tests opened oct 31 the article lays Down the agree ment of All signatory countries to prohibit nuclear weapons tests the article Legal Validity until the whole treaty or drawn and govern ments ahead of the negotiators is a much higher jump agreement on an International control system to prevent violations of the the Tex of the agreed article was not made Public under an Accord Between the three Powers to publish Only the Complete treaty draft Western sources said the word no of the article had established dearly the right of All countries ing to subscribe to the treaty this was considered a Concession by soviet Delegate Sarap pm he the treaty be reserved exclusively to he three Powers that now have nuclear weapons Strong enough to damage old and Friday night in a heavy Snow weak buildings a number of per storm sons suffered injuries a Denvered passenger to an the shocks created widespread about a mile from his alarm among residents of an area taxi land within a 15mile radius of this he 5tgrted to return he re capital hundreds of persons deceived a Radlo message to pick up sorted their Homes during Thea just acro5s the Street night and slept in automobiles or the shocks disrupted electric Power Supply in some districts i he knocked on the door you Send for a cab lady in not going to ride with you on a night like this i this City was destroyed by an just Hung up the phone you drive earthquake m 1917 too fast know i Ami leaves regrets by Edwin b Haakonson Washington Wil Liam f Knowland left the capital saturday saying he has no regrets Over his Only elec Tion defeat in 25 years of politics in this game two things can happen to the retiring sen ate Republican Leader said in an interview you either win or lose this time i lost for the first time its part of the american system h keeps both parties on their toes its a Good thing to have new aces in government if we get out representative vote of the peole to do looking ahead to 1960 when the presidency will be at stake know land there is no reason for a party to throw in the sponge just because you take a As the Didin last months congressional elections i dont believe we have to Lake a defeatist Altitude for he continued its a real Challenge to Republican party leaders and members appearing relaxed despite his strenuous and unsuccessful Campaign for governor of California Knowland came Back to Wash Ringlon on a freight vessel by Way of the Panama canal to new York City strike halts sunday Star Washington up the strike bound Washington Star failed to publish its saturday is sue and abandoned plans for a sunday edition As Well about 300 editorial and com Mercial employees members the american newspaper Guild Falcio began the strike Early Friday when negotiations on a new contract collapsed the Federal mediation service scheduled a meeting with both sides in the dispute for 10 e monday four americans named to Aal new York up four new members have been named to the american Academy of arts and letters the nations most exclusive cultural institution whose membership is limited to 50 the new members Are composer Sam Uel Barber Painter Charles Birchfield theologian or Reinhold Niebuhr and poet William Carlos Williams plane lands safely at Nova Scotia base Otis fab mass air Force plane lost a propeller and developed an engine fire 500 but Miles at sea saturday but landed safely in Nova Scotia with 19 persons aboard the air Force Here said the Clil super Constellation was piloted by it c i Scott rocket Falls tree City main Issue below Pioneer Mark for Gold shouted device fails in first try soars Miles into space begins plunging to Earth bulletin Washington aptly Moon Probo Pioneer 111 night plunging Earth and fiery destruction in the Loring mile into the end it army Hooi the Tun and the about est sunday Over kor Thomi in the Gen eral Vicinity at Timbuktu Washington the army shot for the Sun saturday but fell far Short of the Moon making its first try with a space rocket after three air Force at tempts the army blasted a Gold shouted vehicle up from Florida in a thrilling but faulty Takeoff hours after the 1245 am launching scientists calculated that the rocket named Pioneer Iii would spend itself after reaching Miles into the sky t this ceiling figure is Miles lower than the Altitude reached of the air forces Pioneer i lunar probe shot on oct 11 Mark scaled Down the originally claimed Altitude for the air Force rocket under went some scaling Down during the Day experts of the National aeronautics administration decided the Listl space probe vehicle actually had reached in Altitude at Miles instead of Miles computed at the time of the oct 11 shoot Aimy and Nasa scientists were pleased with the results of Satur Days lest or Wernher von Braun chief civilian spaceman for the army said he thought the firing was 90 per cent Success his colleagues agreed that even if Pioneer Iii had to zip past the Moon and fall into orbit around the Sun it provided much useful information from a scientific Point of View it was very close to said or William Pickering from an engineering Point of View it was Pickering is director of the California Institute of technology Jet propulsion Laboratory von Braun declined to predict when the army next space prob ing attempt will be made but he said some changes May be Neces sary in the rocket design the next period when the Moon will be closest to the Earth will be about four weeks from now but whether a new rocket can be made ready in that time is problematical Dulles gets for Olon radio sends Back Dala the miniature radio transmitter in the Twofoot probe vehicle sent Back a steady volume of data on the sea of radiation through which the rocket was passing what was Learned about the troubles with this Rock will indicate changes in the next one by mid morning rocket experts Here and at Cape canaveral were beginning to suspect that of one of the things that went wrong was in the Jupiter 1rbm used As the primary launcher the army aiming at giving the rocket greater initial Speed elongated the fuel tanks and changed some of the plumbing the idea didst work entirely As planned at its top Speed Pioneer Iii was travelling about 840 Miles per hour slower than the needed to thrust it beyond earths full Gravity pull yep its Yul with Jui Roclor Yul who won Fame on stage and screen with shaved head and face with wig and Beardin Spain for hit Rote Ai King Solomon in movie he replaced Tyro i Power who died of a heart last month at Foj Wilu Secretary of slate Dulles Washington entered Walter heed army h6spitavfrtday Obier vation of what doctors diagnosed Ai an inflammatory condition of the Jower 14 earing final stages Atlanta up the defense rested saturday night after 3eorge Chester Bright spent near y six hours on the witness stand maintaining his innocence in the bombing of an Atlanta jewish Emple under georgias unique system if jurisprudence Bright Wai permitted to speak As Long As he wished but without oath and with out threat of Cross examination the 31yearold defendant was he first of five men indicted for he oct 12 dynamite no to stand rial he faces a possible death sentence if convicted Fulton county Superior court judge Durwood t Pye ordered an hours recess for supper to be allowed by prosecution and de Ense arguments during the five hours and 52 minutes he spent on the witness stand Bright quoted great men n history to show that others in he past have made unfavourable comments about jews he quoted from Cicero Napo Eon Voltaire Goether and others n an Effort to show that anti semitism was not solely restricted o him no Eyl Dence of any recur rence of the intestinal cancer Foi which Dulles Wai operated on two years ago Dulles plane to remain in the Hospital for two or three Days for Meatmen a physicians were said to be giving him intestinal he was put on a Bland diet Only a month ago on nor 3 he 71yearold Dulles Wai pronounced in excellent health on the Gary Crosby named in court suit los Angeles m Gary Crosby 25 eldest son of Bing Crosby is defendant m a damage suit Over a traffic Acci Dent John a Sullivan and his wife filed suit yesterday Alleg no they were injured when their Auto was hit by Crosby sports car in Beverly Hills last nov 11 second anniversary of hit cancer a Teri operation the state department of icer Lincoln White told Newi men that Dulles Felt intestinal discomfort Friday afternoon the phoned his physician and Wai advised to come to Walter Reed where he was operated on previously White Laid Dulles ii resting fair y comfortably there is no evidence at this line he added that another operation will be required Dulles expects to leave by plane next weekend As scheduled for Paris White said he is due to attend a meeting of the 15natlon North Atlantic pact Council dec 16 in Advance of that he hat agreed to meet with the British French and West German foreign ministers in fans to discuss the Berlin crisis the text of the s t a 11 depart ment statement on Dulles Condi Tion the Secretary of state entered Walter Reed army Hospital Fri Day evening for observation As a result of intestinal garage Man Dies Cambridge a Waller j Vickers who operated a Gar age in the heart of Cambridge for Many years died unexpectedly yesterday in his shop he was 60 Spunky Tot to leave Hospital in time to Greet Santa clans from Pittsburgh a girls Are made of sugar and spice and everything some times a lot of determination too that determination is the big reason Why 5yearold Debbie land is going to have a Christmas she insisted that she would leave a Hospital to be Home to Greet Santa Claus so successful was Debbie Shes going to quit her Hospital bed sunday Shell be on crutches she Doe not think Santa will mind last oct 8 Debbie was walking Home from her first Day in Kinder Garten a truck carrying a seven ton Asphalt roller Camby a Chain snapped and the roller fill the truck hitting Debbie her left leg suffered multiple fractures and doctors feared Only an amputation would save her life mourn is near and Santa Nice Claus will be coming soon were Phi about the Host words Debbie understood at the Hospital she ral lied slightly then with increased that determination she became be each Day doctors postponed the have amputation then called it off Alt but gather two Little neighbourhood pals in suburban Bethel Park helped out Terry Combs and Doug Blackt both 9 went from House to House their parents consent ask for Nickels and dimes so they could buy Debbie a present they collected since then Debbie has received presents first a wardrobe Dolly then a Nylon Robe and slippers and then the payoff a three Speed monograph her Best present comes sunday when she will be reunited with her family she May be on better crutches a year or More she May another operation or two Shes smiling and wondering what Santa will bring her sure i believe in her father Edward c land said and believe in miracles and prayer anyone who has a kid badly injured should never give up Pray and plan opposed by mayor of Western area by Reinhold 3 Knysz Berlin Berj Altieri hold a City election sunday watched intently by the world for the real Issue is the soviet in to convert West Berlin into in unarmed communist East and Vest germans too Call the voting or municipal offices a plebiscite n Premier Elk la Khrushchev Cheme to itt u British and French out of the old Ger Man capital t mayor Willy Brandt hat called in the voters to tend a thundering no to the Kremlin by defeating every communist candidate for if fact he Call the soviet Levice to fuck West Berlin into lie communist orbit Lumb Back pm incl Khrushchev he melt Hai said Hli plan Hai no Chance people want u ranged against forceful mayor Brandt 44 and other pro Western candidates for West berlinv1m icat parliament Are communist and Dale and the propaganda of East Germany and the soviet Union so a powerful Ai that machine communists have never elected a member of parliament Lanct ber divided in expect the communal in to Mcke much of but c o m m u n 1111 have Ipar Edno Effort to persuade West berliners that their life will 60 better u the Western allies gel out tie if astr German press is depleting the especially if Drunken exp nit of the West Berlin tax West Berlin Tau of Tenn i Ivy the communists have tent Bast German agitator a into West Berlin of mkt trouble and deface Cam Pam Tayir Litt pro Western Par ties about m of them from West Berlin Day they were released the u Brandt eader of West berlin1 anticommunist party German Chancellor Luer were winding up their elec Lon campaigns Soel Aluli usually win Brandts socialists traditionally Van election in Berlin but of the communist threat hey have joined hand with Iuteri Christian democrats in past and ruled the Cit with a coalition government the current Campaign has been so hot that Friendly relations be Ween the local branches of to parties have been strained Brandt Wai conspicuously Abent saturday when Adenauer warded a at Force plane at eni Pleho Airport for the trip Lack to West Germany local political issues have been completely overshadowed by the communist threat to the both Zeeh depicted in the communist Iress As v s stooges of show them wearing u s army helmets husbands Given cheerful news on doing dishes Ann Arbor Mich lands with dishpan hands take learn t the University of Michigan Survey research Center said Day that at least half n the United states figure House wort helps their self esteem and lives them satisfaction but the drawback for hopeful Oung husbands is that wives dont Comejo this conclusion quickly according to the nationwide sir by More than 90 per cent of teenage females polled for example said they would rather do in Lhing than housework pickets 4t Star joined by Foley Washington a elect John r Foley did jollies he american newspaper Guild ticket line in front of the evening Star for about a half hour Satur Day he was accompanied by his on John r Foley married strike posters they asked for Public Sun Foley said and in Jim no ire damages Colonie n y up fire of determined origin new elementary school Here Bat urday there were no children n the building

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