Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland
16 Feb 1958

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16 Feb 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - February 16, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather Snow changing to hurries increasing wind colder vol 46 six sections general feature society Cit area news sports comics family weekly Cumberland Maryland sunday february 16 1958 associated press Price fifteen cents Bug halts missile Stassen seeks Pennsylvania governorship quits Post As disarm aide to Ike Eisenhower accepts with regret move said Stasse is own Thomasville feb 15 i Harold e Stassen stepped out today As president Eiseri Howers disarmament adviser and announced he is a candidate for governor of Pennsylvania j Stassens resignation in order Toi run on the Republican ticket in the May primary was announced at the presidents vacation head quarters Eisenhower said he was accept ing the resignation with deep re Gret As is his custom in the Case of primary races the president did not directly endorse Stassens gubernatorial bid but in a dear Harold letter to Stassen he said you have much to contribute to the future of our denies he forced out in recent weeks there have been published pinned to a High administration official that Eisenhower had decided Stassen had outlived his usefulness As Dis armament adviser and would have to go but White House press Secre tary James c Hagerty replied to Day of course he want when bitten by Bug a mechanical Bug fouled the firing of an Atlas missile yesterday at Cape canaveral after its motors were started when the smoke cleared the Atlas was still there the engines had been Cut in time to prevent its loss a Pat fax indonesian rebels set up regime guided democracy ouster is demanded would keep Sukarno Padang Indonesia sunday feb 16 revolutionary government for Indonesia was pro claimed last night with the aim of ousting Premier Djuanda and forcing president Sukarno to up his guided democracy pro it was the guided democracy program that brought Conui lists into the Central rebel leaders said they will continue to consider Sukarno As pres ident but Only under certain conditions or sea Ruddin Prawira Negara Dewillo Grolly hits Young demos group backs bid of Tawes Washington feb 15 Wuyin it iyd3u l nun asked whether Stassen had adv sort Council to requested to auit he i Day denounced administration skimpy spending requested to quit he said the1 Friendly tone of the president spending pans As skimpy Andi letter should scotch and such idea is based erroneous economic Hagerty said it Stassen s m 9 to 12 billion do1 own decision and added that the1 decision was inevitable and Auto i ars than the Esliman cd provided this Vear Matic once Stassen decided to re enter the political Arena not Surprise the decision came As no sur could be spent for defense alone Over the next three years with out undue Strain on our prise Stassen 50 three times 1 v de could prove to by governor o Minnesota has been Between National sizing up the Pennsylvania picture Secundy and could afford others expanded Federal no defense programs also could be afforded ithe Council said if Wise National sizing up the Pennsylvania picture months he acted against a background of increasing disagreement with Secretary of state Dulles Over disarmament policy and Neotia pol Lyles Are allowed to induce a Tion with the russians Normal annual increase in the Pennsylvania is s s s e National total adopted state As it is Eisen output of goods and services Howers after elected Eov of current tax error of Minnesota three times t Saidl would held suf resigned during his last term ioifc1cnt Revenue to offset the enter the Navy in world War ii Impact of the Addi after the War he served As expenditures Narf should of Dent of the University of Penns Lifet a balance in the Federal gov Vania in 1956 Stassen touched off a Stassins bid greeted cooly Potts Burgh feb 15 southwestern Pennsylvania Republican leaders tonight declined to support Harold e Stassen who earlier resigned from the Eisenhower administration and announced he would be a candidate for the Pennsylvania governorship stale chairman George i Bloom said Stassens name was mentioned at the closed meeting but there was no support for him from anyone in the meeting Bloom said several chairmen spoke against Stassen political furore with his vain at Adlai Truman members the Council composed of 14 members of the democratic Nal acc probe not to mar record other endorsement action due later Manning announces engines Cut of f prevent icbms loss instruments reveal trouble is second mishap in 8 Days Baltimore feb 15 1 an ism Indonesia was named Premier and finance minister likened to disease the rebel designated Premier appeared before a wildly cheering crowd of in this Small Indian Ocean port and declared to leave this disease creeping undisturbed for fear of surgery by a doctor or because of apathy will mean we have no right to live As free he apparently was referring to corruption which the rebel Lead ers assert is Rife in the Central government As Well As comm Truma Pau Goff 33 Waits impassively in custody of police chief Louis Howell after his arrest yesterday on a charge of a concealed weapon to the Home of former president Harry Truman Goff who also carried s600 in Cash said the pistol was to protect his Money and he Only wanted to talk to Truman about a Job 0 a influential group of Young democrats today endorsed j Millard 1upcj Tawes for governor but omitted anti any mention of Tawes three run Ning mates on the Harmony one Leader said the uprising is because it is the Only bomb Sci res Deiy the endorsement came from demanded changes the proclamation came exactly five Days after the revolutionary leaders entered in Sumatra de 11 Hlll i cd 111 Ouhl Durrf us the free states of Maryland Ani Vered their ultimatum a organization made up of officers or former officers of the Young democrats the group did not endorse any candidates for nominations for five Day deadline demanding Jakarta regime changes rebel leaders Here pictured the proclamation As the first step to pressure Sukarno and the Jakarta new York feb 15 four planes were delayed from taking off to Day after the new York port authority received a series of phone Calls saying a bomb had been placed on one of the planes the Calls two at Yorks International if part and one at la Guardia Field were received a space of 21 minutes port authority police re ported a search of National and Northeast aircraft at the two Fields failed to turn up a bomb in Java senator attorney general or so Verumen sweeping meal comptroller but a spokesman res to communism and Cor said some action on endorsement of other candidates might be taken at some time in the future in other political action All Cen such changes the proclamation let the door open for a negotiated settlement with the rebels they said they have extensive tired in Baltimore today Joseph Thev said the have extensive l Manning executive director Java As Wei a the Maryland Independent celebs and possibly m dumps Lujeti Jill i heavy Snow on Southland Cape canaveral feb 15 mechanical Bug halted the test launching of an Atlas intercontinental ballistic missile to Day a split second before the Blastoff the countdown reached Zero and the Button was pressed that would have sent the mighty weapon roaring skyward its Tail belched a great Cloud of smoke then warned of possible trouble by his Complex instruments the test conductor pressed another Button that Cut off the engines first thought lost for a fest minutes when smoke hid the Atlas from View watchers on the beaches outside the Cape thought it had blown up on its launching pad the scene was the same As that of last dec 9 when a Vanguard satellite rocket exploded on take off but when the smoke finally cleared the Atlas could be seen still standing it was covered by the glistening White Frost which had formed after liquid oxygen was pumped into its fuel tanks at 300 degrees below Zero malfunction detected the air Force said that at the moment of launching the test conductor Cut off the engines when instrumentation indicated a possible malfunction no apparent damage was done to the missile which will be re scheduled for firing in the near it was the second mysterious mishap in eight Days to an Atlas the free worlds Only icbms and a Power Plant that May figure in the future in efforts to put bigger Washington feb 15 american satellites into orbit the United states bet 98 million be the sixth dollars More today on the g the Atlas which is is of developing tt0 Crry a warhead to a target Miles Poland gets s98 million in u s Aid to finance Export of food machinery plus Era materials picture on Page 2 is of communism in Poland the Money to be used to finance exports of surplus food products and some machinery and raw materials to Poland approximately doubles the amount of u s assistance to the East Ern european communist nation within a year the total stands at 193 million the United states announced j furthermore that it is prepared Flo discuss additional food sur away the air Lias not renounced when it plans to Senj Atlas tall distance All Previ Ous tests hav5 seen Over ranges first two blown up the first two of the two million Dollar weapons were blown up scribed As completely successful Over 600mile ranges the fifth Atlas destroyed itself absence As the Maryland Independent retail 0rnhr Maden storm left a head Blanket plus sales to Poland the finance grocers Assn announced himself n Nas u White of arse machinery destroyed itself As a candidate for the Ndon Hesla s i moved Here and expansion of of pie scattered Over hundreds of is a Trade after it had left its launching pad the two credits announced reson Ever was Given it adv sri 1 be tarnished As a result offt f in order to devote full time As an add Ion Loithy House probe of the of income lax los Reb 2 criticism of to give a family of trying to dump Nixon Man forgets firing shots new Cumberland w a feb 15 i Carroll d 11 of Weirton denied during six Hoer s economic policies communications commission t other regulatory agencies a income a tax saving the Council said that if the in Halleck said president per year lands meanwhile Tunisia it moved northeastward toward the Atlantic Seaboard j even a Ciao and totalling 93 million Doi Atlas first icbms developed by the free world is primarily a War weapon but it May figure of has shown he said such reduction should he Doest Coni Tunis feb 15 United at least five traffic deaths were missile hours of testifying in his own Deio n t of sense today that he could re Mem her firing a shot at the woman j for whose murder he is on trial i Washington feb 15 if Brewer said in the sixth Day of the army said today it will his trial m Hancock county a series of missile test Mon Rev out court that mrs Audrey in Manitoba Canada to harrs i t 2r backed away from him How Arctic Berna Rah ass he was caring affects the electronic to drawing any in pleas in France probe until what he termed the Manning said he would go to open from of the United from expo sur truth is known Annapolis tomorrow to formally informed sources said both r n Halleck assistant House for comptroller opposing the gave signs of conciliation i Miles n publican Leader spoke in an ticket Western quarters feared a in auant recorded i Foj states with a threat of heavier snowfalls there jars wre of the storm dumped an Inch or 1 73 million for wheat and Gure More o Snow on most of Tennesen grains soybean and cottonseed in the us s5acc program other foodstuffs the 73 its Soun Kentucky Mississippi Al million include to Cov Bama Georgia and the shipping costs 2 a 25 million Dollar credit from president Spe Cial foreign Aid fund to finance the Purchase of food processing found other machinery some Light Industrial equipment and Vari Jwj see and Paru of Arkansas Missil and other foodstuffs the 73 engines could be used t i to boost big satellites aloft rain keeps Ike indoors Thomasville feb 13 inches of leather raw materials in textiles andl1 president Eisenhower old no duty spoke in an Ini Ucci Western quarters feared a in i to View As chairman Harris l Goldstein now president debate on the French Bombin of it Ark i of the investigating subcom1 of the Maryland Senate a tunisian Border Village a week Alabama shivered in Scalp Mittee conferred with staff aides ago would become a communist partly pm Blanket of Snova y Sun Ruinn Narh plunging temperatures the altaclc6f snowfall was reported at Sano Mountain East Oil Washington feb 15 and fell after which he could Call Only that he shot at t h e ground m 111 mrs Tice the divorced Mother firings during january of Cru of two Small sons died the Omar and March of 1959 of a Mim ing of oct 27 in the Gutter of ail of Nick Hercules and la Weirton Street with four bullets Crosse Hercules in her body Thike in business is forecast refuted magic with the weather failed again today for the third straight Day this time it was a cold rain and then heavily overcast skies that kept the disappointed presi client indoors and once More ruled out both Golf and Quail Hunting flu affected 12 million sounding Board to aggravate Western feelings in sensitive North Africa and the Middle East Monte informal hoped new York feb 15 Tuni f Burns president Eis Day when the Security powerful top economic advise Council is scheduled to Lake n Birmingham ests were trying to sidetrack Nis first term said dispute with the soviet Dele communications Nao drummed us a Quick to rut be subcommittee inquiry into do not see any evidence to Gale Arkady Sobolev sitting cases Power lines Snappy history in Memphis that food of Pennsylvania regulatory a Cencius Iback us the pro Sirnic under the heavy weight of there constituted a to a dispute Over conduct of the political purposes Cepter Harold e Stassens Resig i mat Otic uric cation As his disarmament advis lines and Ini Tenni had drummed up a Costa seen quit to run for gov Schwartz testified he has Jack up the presidents predict president at Ivr of an upturn in business next month from a Miami television Case 1m the scientist i health organization reports asian flu affected 12 million London feb 15 people in pop about w radio reports More than 000 was directly or in the soviet vol Lii directly responsible for about engaged in Sci 000 deaths two thirds of the Britten Livic research and science led were Over cation work to n ouch in a contested on who died were Over s5 i cation work los Angeles feb 15 woman committed suicide today because her husband received a Hearlean Flowers Valentine card signed you know police said Cunningham in her Home he said he believed the slump would continue at least for some weeks or months it will Only be ended he added by massive government intervention to visit Painter says lie breadline and that 10 per cent vile with plans to stay on of Memphis people were out next week there has said today he plans per Mif Vicil i 4 it l Model old Shell kills two visit Washington before his inauguration March 2 five veterans return Florence Italy Monfalcone Italy feb 5 War i artillery Shell italian Spanish american War f heroes receive tribute by Larry Allen Havana Cuba feb 15 the Grey haired veterans stood in no indication yet whether Fie Wilt remain that Long if the fails to improve told y favors talks Rome feb 15 she was the Model for the i traits Chassis i Pictro Annigoni the italian Painter who did the portrait Ari i Rived today from his first exhibit and deposed As follows i sure he used a Model other g in trenches conflict prayer they were the Only i Hij airman ends Moon trip today put on Good show Luau Usu Tutti atm id Union up me t v u portrait but Noi the face no def ammo feb 15 briefing today air Force colors Mac to finish up the disappearing actor turns up then vanishes again new York feb 15 the Manhattan apartment Ley Bell the actor who walked out Ijohn Houseman artistic director1 on Katharine Hepburn in the mid for the company Houseman was die of a scene in a Washington out of town Buthis wife admitted Ward 51 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very cheer l fun today after he awakened Ever he has appeared with himself the he has toc1ai put on a Good the new final hours go Well other than the apparent cheery Ami ourm Jiemon Iri Ouie today 10 their com1 am Noi name English knee Tui Ana obviously pleased voice s and his rades who fought and fell in the James w Beck 78 commander showgirl Georgina Moore whose with himself was bringing today after War launched of havanas Post of the United stage specs any is posing in the in thira k i Isicc my didst i60 years ago with the cry re Spanish War veterans used lne Standin space snip Oaks a Jose to satisfied with f morning member the i63 words to pay homage to the but he didst deny with cried put on a Good when his on feb 15 Isis the us Hnatio Itom rades who foil the Showe its much if the new final hours in will other than to thought out of the theater an understudy took Over his role As Don Pedro in the shakespearean comedy a representative of the com Pany said that shortly before today Bell showed up he was sorry about leaving the Ito Sturly in u s show and wanted to rejoin thei company j Short time later mrs House Tokyo feb 15 Jap Bell a cup of Tea when she re turned he had disappeared for a six week study of an american re actor Japan May buy Harbor blew up and Sank killing Beck was a private in the 1st 266 on Board the explosion touch new York Volunteer infantry heed off a War in which the unite was flanked during the states crushed the Spanish Fleet inies by capt Christopher dip in Viii and won Possession of Guam the bus Fitzgerald 83 the Dalles j hurts ii Archibild new Buffalo feb is the five veterans lined up Benjames fore the Marble Shaft War and pvt Pedro ment Here and bowed their Heads cuban Veteran there is no doubt in our minds Steinkamp said farrells big Farrell will come came yesterday throughout me crash of their with flying it Day and until Midnight he 5lcengine plane in Ruralis Steinkamp chief of space Miles Northeast of Here Cine at Randolph told a 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