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21 Dec 1958

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21 Dec 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - December 21, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandIt 4pmawvrf f Cocks Aidif cow new satellite relays ikes message Russia tells nato keep out of conflict on Berlin will enter Parley Only wit big 3 challenges right x of Atlantic treaty unit to interfere Moscow russians told the North Atlantic treaty organization saturday to keep out of the controversy about Berlin soviet newspapers said the Kremlin is interested in dealing with the United states France and Britain states which have direct relations with the present Berlin nato leaders regard the big three garrisons in West Berlin As covered by the Atlantic Alliance calling for Mutual retaliation an aggressive attack on of the 15 Challenge right pravda challenged the right of nato to bring up Berlin at its recent meeting in Paris nato did not even exist at the time when the states of the anti Hitler coalition struggled with German fascists to defend the cause of Independence of euro Pean the paper said the russians announced nov 27 that they intend to hand the East Ern sector of Berlin Over to the East German communist regime within six months a Izvestia Western Powers sue at the nato conference in an Effort to ave comenatos in instability the soviet government newspaper said the West Ern Powers behaving like who Are ready to bet everything on the last issues warning military commander in East Germany maj Gen Nikolai f Zakharov warned that the red army would Check resolutely any attempt by the occupiers to in order to prevent normalization of West in an interview with the official East German news Agency adn Zakharov noted that some West Ern officials whom he called overheated were talk ing of using troops and tanks to keep open Western Supply routes to West Berlin such a development in the sit action would mean the unleashing the count Down reached Zero of warlike conflict which could not be confined to a local said Israel Arab planes Battle Tel Aviv Israel fighters fought a blazing air Battle with eight United Arab Republic mig17s o w israels soil saturday and one of the intruders was shot Down the army said the Battle was joined around noon when the soviet made jets flew 25 Miles inside Israel Over the Negev desert from the Sinai Peninsula the announcement reported israeli fighters violated the air space in the Al Arish area o the Sinai desert today and our fighter planes intercepted and battled with them forcing them to the broadcast said nothing about either the Pilot of on israeli plane in the Battle said he saw the egyptian Pilot bail out of the hit plane shortly before it crashed but sir visitor at right protested he was on official business when cmdr Robert f Reilly officer of the watch wrote out a report slip on him at the u s naval Cadamy at Annapolis he was stopped in Bancroft Hall midshipman dormitory for being out of uniform and needing a haircut and shave report identified him Only As Claus and said he gave some Story about wanting to Check on middies before they began Christmas leave yesterday a who Tolar i convicted of desertion it Leavenworth Kan an army private who had been absent without leave for seven years was convicted of desertion saturday and sentenced to three years at Lloyd George Bell 30 was arrested last at his Kansas City Home where he had been hiding seven years and three m 6 it h s Bell claimed he had left the army at it Leonard Wood because he was not receiving Titan rocket launch fails at canaveral Cape canaveral Fla a huge Ball of Orange flame shot from the base of Titan the nations newest War rocket but the powerful icbms did not lift off the pad on its first launching attempt the Tilan huge 90foot rocket remained poised on its launching pad in a pall of Black smoke after Mikoyan due to air View on Germany ready for talks on big three plans notes Berlin a soviet first Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan will go Rio the United states next the explosive Berlin Issue a responsible so Viet informant disclosed saturday be the new Berlin blockade the com highest importance to the visit Mikoyan first Deputy to pre Mier Nikita Khrushchev Hopes to Confer with president Eisenhower a War which could not be limited and Secretary of state Dulles the informant said Mikoyan wants to go Over a Range of East West problems with american leaders and does not intend to re strict himself to his special Field of Trade and general economics if Eisenhower or Dulles takes the initiative in raising the Berlin dispute the informant said Mikoyan will be prepared to discuss thus the air Force failed sat urday on the first attempt to fire the first of the so called second generation being devel oped at a rapid Pace by the United states the Bullet shaped Titan is a Fol Lowon program of the Atlas series which passed a big Milestone two Days ago when it became Ameri Cas largest satellite the Titan developed by Martin aircraft have been fired on a limited Range flight on this first in Washington the air Force said a malfunction occurred shortly after ignition causing automatic cutoff of the engine while the missile was still on the launch the air Force said it planned no the Cairo radio said four attempts to launch another Titan before Early next week soviets study budget Moscow api the soviet unions Par lir t the supreme so Viet opens its budget session monday with separate meetings of the two Chambers the Council of nationalities and the Council of the Union Parent should ignore own likes in buying tots toys Durham n c Tion Santa Claus heres some advice from a psychologist dont feel guilty about leaving pleasure giving toys its better than leaving educational toys v much children Arent ready to use and heres a note to parents from or Gelolo Mchugh Duke University child psychologist dont let Christmas gifts to children represent a form of self indulgence the part of the fail to follow this advice says Mchugh an your child might Dren the inevitable result is Dis Christmas morning if in buying the presents Treyve really been satisfying their own Persona emotional Nee a warns or Mchugh the psychologist author of Sev eral books and Many Magazine articles on child and teenage be Havior warns against the High pressure sales pitch for education Al toys or Mchugh thinks Many Par eats give their children toys which they think the children need i toys the parents wanted As Chil not react Christmas morning As you expected i would caution parents against expecting an equal return in love from the child on appointment among children or Mchugh says in a nutshell give the kids wha they want not what you them to have East Berlin reds reject West stand claim nato action has brought world closer to conflict Berl 1 up the comm list East German earned incest saturday night hat natos declaration on the Serlin problem had brought the closer 6 War a statement 7 the East Ger Lan Cabinet said that the Western Alliance had absolutely no right to interfere in Berlin the Cabinet statement amount d to Complete rejection of the wests stand As put Forth by the 5 nato nations in a joint com Ronique ending their Paris meet no thursday reaffirm West stand in the communique the nato allies had reaffirmed determination to hold firm in Ber and urged that a solution to the Overall German question be inked to East West agreements on disarmament and european secur to the East German declaration said the offer of nato to hold he door open for discussion wider German problems was just a trick it added that the East germans takeover control of water routes to Iso ated Berlin from the russians no matter1 what the West says the Tough declaration indicate strongly the East germans plan o follow their Lin that the rus Sian turnover of control of the vial Supply lifeline Sjo East git Many would take place without consultation with the West could mean blockade such a turnover could mean a it the informant said information Lias not been received in East Ber Lin As to what other specific topics Mikoyan will explore in the United states Mikoyan trip was arranged last week on Moscow initiative to Send notes Washington a Thi United states Britain and Franci will Send notes to Moscow next10 Days demanding that pre Mier Nikita Khrushchev drop i six month Berlin ultimatum As a condition for opening Eastres negotiations on the whole Range o German reunification problems officials said saturday they Are anxious to have the note delivered by the first of the Yeai so that if Khrushchev has any counterproposal for a Resolution of the Berlin crisis he can sem them to Washington by his trustee Friend and troubleshooter firs Deputy Premier Ariastar i Mik Oyan pair suspected in Gem robbery freed on Bond Fla up an sex convict and his girl Friend sus peeled if stealing in jew Els from the Winter Home of a wealthy West Virginia publisher have been released on Bond each asst state atty Frank Watson agreed to lower Bonds be for Ted Jacob Rinehart 32 Tarn and Ailene Ford Thorn As they Are suspected of robbing the Home of or and mrs Austin Wood Wheeling w nov 30 the i loot included a Sapphire ring Rinehart has a criminal record dating Hack to 1944 Rinehart and mrs Thomas were arrested in fort Lauderdale Las saturday Royal couple leaves new York up Prince Painter and Princess Grace o Monaco be by plane for Home s Day night after a month visit in this country munits have insisted that an Western attempt to break an was Jerman blockade would touch a this area East German communist press declared that the Wester Powers must Back Down on Wes Berlin if the danger of War is t be eliminated the communists themselves showed no signs of readiness t Compromise t y Hammere away steadily at the theme tha the refusal of the United Stales Britain and France to get out o Berlin As made the City a dangerous pow dimes March drive opens Washington a mrs Mamie Eisenhower saturday helped launch the 65 million do Lar March of dimes drive of 1959 by greeting three of the n tonal foundations poster children mrs Eisenhower urged support of the foundations broadened a tack against arthritis and Birt defects in children As Well a polio the 21st annual a p p e a starts Jan 2 the first lady met the Young sters in the White House Diplo Matic reception room wearing Black dress with Bright Christma Corsage she posed with them Doreen Yisha 2yearold Arthrie victim from Cleveland Ohio Jef Rey Reil 11 of Brooklyn born with a defective spine an Pamela Ruth Henry 8 of okla homa City a polio patient sign Potomac agreement Mills e Godwin left of Suffolk and Carlyle Barton of Baltimore Are shown in the George Washington mansion at it Vernon yesterday As they sign new Potomac River compact covering fishing and of storing Godwin is chairman of the Virginia delegation and Barton of Tho Maryland delegation which reached agreement in a 2vi hour closed meeting a shaman airline Union strikes bring Holiday jams crush particularly difficult in East american pilots out by Thi associated press for the second Holiday period in a Row tens of thousands of trav lers scrambled saturday for Al ornate Means of travel As a re ult of strikes shutting Down two if the nations biggest airlines in Many parts of the country Lartic ulary in the East the slut Iloh was difficult As Christmas approached railroads bus lines ind other airlines were swamped with space pilots strike american airlines pilots struck Friday night adding further Ravel woes to those already Cre ated by a walkout of Eastern air lines mechanics and flight engineers nov 24 american and the air line i ots Assn broke off contract talks on a somber note a Union spokes Man and a Federal mediator both voiced belief it was going to be a Ong strike no further meeting Between parties were scheduled immediately talks stalemated negotiations Between Eastern and ils flight engineers also Are stalemated with mediation efforts fruitless so far Eastern machinists quit soon after the Engi neers largely in support of then jut also demanding new contract benefits the machinists voted on proposals offered by Eastern at a meeting in Miami Friday night but withheld announce Man of the result pending a company settlement with the engineers k9 corps gets heavy response Washington a tin army is getting a ready response to its Call for recruits in the canine corps it is organizing Foi sentry duty at the missile bases sprouting up around the country six week after the army acting for itself the air Force announced it was the Market for qualified German Shephen dogs More than letters have come in for owners offering to sell or donate dogs the army quartermaster corps in charge of dog recruiting has already accepted 30 animals went for Gre Eiery neighbourhood St Nick family of four vanish Portland Ore a Santa Claus wont come to Portland Candy Lane this year Kenneth Martin who plays the role at the annual neighbourhood Christ Mas vanished he and his family left Home the put up the decorations Martin said mrs Elmer Reiley a neighbor the Martins Ken 54 his wife Barbara Jean 48 and their three daughters Barbara 14 Virginia 13 and sue 11 left Home in thei morning of sunday dec 7 to get car two weeks ago Christmas greens for their Home and have not been heard from papers and articles of a family with three Young Daugh ters still Are scattered around in Ordinary sunday morning conf sinn at the Martin Home canes which gave the neighbor it and mrs Robert d Evans visited the Martins that sunday morning and were told the mar tins were going out for the Day later mrs Calvin e Welch o Portland called and invited the marlins Over for dinner gradually All clues were Dis but none of the giant Candy counted on dec 15 the official search was called off Hood its Holiday name can a Reward for information by up this year we just dont have the heart to shoes save students Lite Paris be dead if i haunt changed my said 24yearold Yves Cho Llatas he rubbed his head saturday Chollett a student was caught in a Blasl of pistol fire Between battling algerians on the streets a Bullet creased his Skull a Quarter of an Inch lower said the doctors and Chollet would have been killed normally Chollet wears a pair of sturdy triple soiled shoes to his Friday he changed to a Normal pair with about Halfa Inch less sole pish Oyster pact signed feud at end Virginia my Ryland compact to control Potomac River right it Vernon a negotiators representing Marylnn and Virginia met in George was nylons historic River Homo a urday and hammered out a com lad aimed at ending Tho Potoma Ike to spend Day Thonie on Christmas Washington up presi and mrs Eisenhower Wil spend Christmas Day at the White House Wil their four Young grandchildren press Secretary James c Hagerty said saturday they will go to their Keltys our a farm later possibly the Day after Christmas and e main through new years Day joining the chief executive am his wife around the White House Christmas Iree will be Ion maj John Eisenhower and his wife and the four Eisenhower grandchildren David 10 bar Bara Anne 9 Susan 6 and Mary Jean who will be 3 sunday Hagerty said the first family decided to spend Christmas a at the White House As they i last year so that aides ant newsmen who accompany them whenever they leave town May spend the Day at Home with heir families he said the Eisenhower mailed out saturday the formal White House cd Mas cards they sem out each year to Cabinet Mem Bers government officials and Heads of slate around lie world strikers refused other help new York up the Leader of the 11 Day truck Driver strike that has kept nine major new York City daily newspaper from publishing appealed Satur Day to other newspaper unions to join in the walkout but was re buffed with a unanimous no vote leaders of the new York news paper Guild and Craft unions agreed they wanted an Early pm to the deliverers strike leading to the marlins has been offered tragedy strikes again at Holiday Joy of children Dublin Ireland Wil be a and Christmas again for Vicky and Peter Smyth the River Liffey chimed their Stepfather Friday just As it look their father and Mother two years ago a Christmas Lime Vicky 11 and Peter 8 were orphaned 1956 when their parents Jacl and Eileen Smyth were drowned after their car ran off he Road and plunged into the River the children were adopted by the John shannons neighbors Friday Shannon Eft Home to drive to Job at the Eire stale electricity Board Plant his car the same Type As the myths plunged in i the River Al tin same spot Shannon was drowned Pioneer my Experiment successful new methods seen for communication video transmission Washington rat a voice message up to the plus satellite and the robot re Nolod it Back to another recely in station on Earlh saturday loud and the defense department said ill was the first successful Osl of the voice relay technique shortly electric teletype Filer signals had been used for playing the printed words of resident Elsen Howers now a Nous space broadcast about hrs tons the Pentagon said that shortly for 5 est the common la on station at Corona Onla cled the satellite As it passed ver Hoad Prev Mik signal grafted the tape in the recording sys pm of the satellite already had Een erased of previous signals however the California station ent a second signal to to Suro lie tape was ready for receiving Hen a voice for recording aboard he satellite said this is Prado dam United states army signal research and development Laboratory tracking station Corona Calif we Aro the presidents Mes Sage which was received at this station from the Atlas on dec in the original taped message of he presidents words then Fol As the satellite moved eastward the station at it Sam Houston interrogated the satellite River Oyster wars an original b tween the two neighbouring state was drawn up Here 173 years a fishermen and the conserve ton agencies of the two Stales have been feuding since Coloni Days gunfire and wound legs came i some of the skirmishes betwee the fishermen and Conse Reatle service patrol boats since the i 1940s the compact signed saturday joint Potoniak River com Mission named by the governor of Virginia and Maryland Cal for or Eaton of a six Man Potoma River fisheries c6mmlssion to e Stablish fishing and of Sterling regulations the regulatory body would in elude three members from the Maryland Tidewater fisheries commission and three member from the Virginia fisheries con Mission under the compact the Legisla Tures of the two states could join by enact legislation amending modifying or Selling aside regi Malory orders of the commission the commission would be required to make a Survey of the Oyster bars in j the River to con duct research relative to the conservation and repletion of Fis Herle resources and would be Empol ered to regulate the taking of i and clams air Supply lost diver suffocates Philadelphia Rier diver suffocated saturday when a compressor ran out fuel cutting off his air Supply the victim Neal a Young 32 died As he worked on a sunk Barge in the Delaware River plants provide fibres for red textile Mills Tokyo would to like a shirt or pants made of the Sunflower seaweed Maize o pumpkin red North Korea Pyongyang radio reports these a among 30 kinds of plants pro Vii ing Fibre being Woven Inlo Fin textiles at 18 Mills at 5io ordering the satellite to Send Down the message it had received this message the Pentagon said was received loud and Clear by the Texas station and by the Georgia interrogate sol Clelle the station at i Stewart then in turn interrogated the sat Ellie and that station also received the voice recording from Tho rocket the station at it huge Hula Ariz was not in position to receive on this Orbital pass of the satellite in the next and final pass for the Tho same Experiment was repeated again with Success this time Tho California station sent a four minute message to the satellite at est the same station then commanded the Satell Lle to repeat the message which was heard by the Texas and Arizona stations and part of it by the Georgia Stalion the same presidential greeting was used preceded by an identification message both in voice and n teletypewriter code the satellites orbit will move to the South to return again sunday afternoon overnight the satellite will the latest Mes Sage on its More tests on sunday Al Rel successful relay transmission of the presidents Christmas message in teletype writer signals and another coded transmission had marked the first successful relay of such signals through an orbiting relay station the achievement thus became the first pioneering step toward development of a space relay communications system which could be used by the military services on a global basis it might also pave the Way for worldwide Tel Ision transmissions the round trip through space of the teletypewriter code messages transmitted by radio followed an Only partial successful attempt to repeat fridays Experiment of triggering the president re corded voice from the satellite the Experiment was begun As the Fourton Atlas swung Over the area of the California station of the satellite communications sys tem at approximately est caril Fugate denied new trial sentenced to life Lincoln neb inn Fugate 15 still protesting her was formally sentenced to life imprisonment sat urday and taken to the women stale reformatory Spencer said he would proceed with the sentencing since no be Gal reason has been Mcarthur said he would Appeal to the slate supreme court caril was convicted and Jeiven the tiny girl Friend of mass the life term nov 21 for aiding Slayer Charles Starkweather flanked by members of her fan Starkweather in the slaying of 17 Bennet neb ily was entered by District Jensen one of 11 persons judge Harry Spencer after spen cer overruled her motion for a new trial before pronouncing the sentence which had Ueen prescribed by her trial jury Spencer asked whether the girl or her attorney John my Arlhur know of any reason Why judgment should not be passed caril said i am not Starkweather admitted killing 10 of them on a we Klong reign of terror through the Lincoln area and West into Wyoming where he and caril were Starkweather convicted earlier of the same charge and sentenced to death was denied Friday in his Appeal to the state supreme court the court scheduled his execution or March 27

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