Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland
5 Jan 1958

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5 Jan 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - January 05, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe 10 vol 4 six sections general feature society Cit area news sports comics family weekly Cumberland Maryland sunday january 5 1958 Price fifteen cents a Macmillan asks East West pact single chief of staff plan termed National suicide Vinson hits at changing joint setup each service should develop own missile plan independently Washington Jan 4 us chairman Vinson Dag of the House armed services committee said today that placing the armed under a single chief of it att would mean National Vinton who with an Iron hand the House committee that considers military legislation said i to into precipitous and dangerous changes merely because a soviet built wet elite k circling the extort declared moreover that service should a allowed to develop its own missiles independently Vinsons statement was a blast the suggestions multiplying during a Senate investigation of missile shortcomings for tighter unification of the armed services he was in effect serving notice that any legislation for this Pur pose will run into a major Barrier in the House Vinson praised the present sys tem in which the commanders of the several services form a com Mittee to set Overall policy he set his face against any Basic changes the Basic concept of the joint chiefs of staff cannot be criticized As inferior or if he we must not forget that the joint chiefs of staff system won the greatest War in world history the German government which lost the War was under the tired maid Jane Carter 20 of Atlanta relaxes for a Lew minutes yesterday after she said she had about three hours sleep the night before during which she was chosen As the 1958 maid of Cotton at Memphis Tenn miss Carter beat out 19 other finalists to fax Johnson softening democratic slaps on missile policy supreme general staff hits rivalry critics Washington Jan 4 Lyndon b Johnson Tex obviously is discouraging democratic criticism of president Eisen Hower in the congressional controversy Over the missiles pro Gram Johnson a practical Man at All times recognized that he cant wholly prevent his colleagues from blasting away at Eisen Iwer and blaming the president himself for what they contend is a lag in rocketry but the democratic Leader obviously is applying the soft pedal where he can in the belief that the Best politics is not to appear Back at state to be playing politics where the n no o r enl Security of the nation May be at me to surpass the stake United states in the missile Field Vinson said let each of the services develop their own weapons system in spite of the fact that by so do ing they Are competing with each other if Competition in Busi Ness and Industry has made America great i see no reason to believe that coordinated Competition is not just As healthy for our armed the committee Over which Vinson presides will begin Friday a close door inquiry into the entire defense system cold Blanket covers East by associated Fren a Blanket of cold Clung to the East saturday despite widespread Sunshine temperatures in the daytime ranged from the 30s in Georgia to the teens farther North and to a few degrees above Zero at burling ton it and Caribou Maine new York state had its coldest weather in a year Low readings Early in the Day included 24 at old forge and Lendara in the Adirondacks 17 at Boonville 16 at Lowville 8 at Olean and Utica and Zero at Albany the Central states also had a frigid morning but the cold began to Abate thermometers registered lows of 10 at Rockford and Lone Rock 6 at grand rap ids and Madison and 1 in Milwaukee 887 for sputnik London Jan 4 Lei Moscow radio said tonight sputnik ii will not All agree not All of his party members agree but Johnson seems to feel there is no political Hay to be mowed in attacking a president whose popularity May have declined but who stil retains the Basic Confidence of a wide Seg ment of the voters Johnson gave Clear indications of this attitude when he said the Senate preparedness subcommittee he Heads is not going to Chal Lenge Eisenhower decision not to divulge to it the Gaither re port if Eisenhower Sticks to the decision report Ches danger the report was prepared by a citizens committee formerly headed by h Rowan Gaither just what the committees findings were is a matter of dispute published reports have said the com Mittee found this country in its gravest danger because of rus Sian missile and satellite advances White House press Secretary James c Hagerty said that on the contrary the report did not indicate that the United states position at this time is one of weakness Gen Gavin asks for retirement Washington Jan 4 Gen James m Gavin chief of army research and development who recently proposed that the joint chiefs of staff system be broken up has asked to be retired As of March 30 a defense department spokesman said tonight Complete 887 trips round the Globe the 51yearold Gavin will have by 6 tomorrow Moscow time completed 30 years of Active duty 10 saturday night i by the end of March Catholic candidates urged to state school Aid stand group known As protestants and hit by train Man 42 Dies Kermit w Jai Sidney Oakley Hensley 42 of Ashland was killed yesterday by a train while shout ing across the tug River to attract the attention of his brother Mingo Cotty Coroner Tab or Ball said Hensley apparently didst notice the approaching Powhatan Arrow of the Norfolk t Western Rwy and walked into the Side of the passenger train the victims wife Minnie and one of their 10 children Elbert witnessed the Acci Dent Eisenhower budget sent to printers president sets tight schedule for messages Gettysburg Jan 4 Eisenhower the Federal budget to the Printer to Day and set a tight schedule for messages to Congress that May Cut out his Jan 20 Chicago speech the budget a secret but expected to mean record peacetime locked up in final form White House press Secretary James c Hagerty reported then the president set the dates for his messages to con Gress after conferring by Tele phone with his chief aide Sher Man Adams in Washington they Start with the state of the Union address Eisenhower will deliver in person to Congress Jan 9 in it the president is expected to discuss the nations military position in the world it also will Call for a billion Dollar education program with emphasis on Sci ence to meet russian growing technological threat reveal budget Jan 13 the budget will be revealed Jan 13 with indications that it Wil Call for around 74 billion Dol ars for including 40 billion or defense spending e the economic report in the Ace of cries of declining pros be sent to Congress on deadline Jan 20 Hagerty said and that same week when he was to have travelled to Chicago to address a Republican of Ted dinner the president also will Send in his labor Mes Sage includes suggestions it will include the adm Nistra ions suggestions for curbing la Bor Union racketeering calling for Public disclosure of Union Finan Cial statements and welfare fund operations these have already Een outlined by Secretary of la Bor Mitchell in a speech to the Falcio convention Ity last month in Atlantic Nixon plane taxi denied offered ride Washington Jan 4 air Force said today it has offered vice president Nixon a ride in a special Jet Tanker plane but y next week on whether the pres other special presidential Mes Ages in the works include reports on education military assistance and agriculture Hagerty said because this very very my schedule Hagerty said it s no longer certain that Eisen Hower Wal be Able to go to Chi Cago a decision will be made ear Hast assigned the Swift Craft to Nixon a formal statement was issued a few hours after sen Monroney Dof Cla wired Secretary of de sense Mceroy protesting against what the senator called conver Sion of a vitally needed Boeing kc135 Jet Tanker into a taxi for Nixon the air Force sad consider Able misunderstanding has resulted from a report that an air Force kc135 has been assigned to vice president Nixon this report is entirely the statement continued that Nixon has been offered an Orien tation flight to familiarize him with the plane but no Date has been the vice president has never had assigned to him an aircraft for his own personal it said he uses the regular itary air transport when on official talks resumed in Effort to halt walkout new York Jan 4 Senta Tives of Long distance Telephone workers failed to reach agreement with the tonight in a Brief negotiating session but the Union said it had no imme Diate plans for a strike other americans United for spa a spokesman for the commune ration of Church and state cations workers of America ident will cancel the Chicago gop speech winds assist air records Loi Dox Jan 4 tude winds reached 200 Miles an hour roared eastward Over the at lactic today pushing european bound airliners to a Batch of new records a trans world airways super Constellation zipped across from Boston to Shannon Airport in ire land in 6 hours 59 minutes clip Ping 14 minutes off the old com Mercial airline record an air France Constellation made it from new York to Paris in 8 hours 53 minutes airline officials said this was the Best time Ever made by a plane of this Type by doctors today in Atlanta the boys father indonesians claim dutch seek Aid Cut military economic reprisals to bring Only grief for West Jakarta Indonesia Jan 4 us minister sub Andrio charged today the Netherlands and other european nations Are threatening Indonesia with Mil itary and economic reprisals for its ant dutch c a m p a i g n he warned of disastrous consequences for the West if the threats Are carried out know that the Netherlands is currently campaigning for eco nomic sanctions against Indonesia and is demanding that Friendly countries reduce their Aid to he told newsmen so far we have persuaded them not but he added if economic reprisals Are taken no one can flame Indonesia if she is forced nto unconventional or nontraditional Trade patterns in order to survive the period of As for military reprisals us Sandrio said the presence of Outch warships off Singapore and North Sumatra plus nato discussions of the dutch indonesian dispute Are considered a direct mib tary threat to Indonesia sub Andrio said there was fur ther foreign intervention in indonesian affairs but did not elaborate except to say the govern ment had proof that unknown for eign planes had dropped arms on the East indonesian Island of timor half of which is portuguese territory g c Mcranie right examines the Dart after removal another boy threw the Dart in play and it accidentally struck Richard on his right forehead three fourths of an Inch of Metal penetrated his Skull a photo lax actor in jail on weekends Beverly Hills Jan 4 John Barry More 25 reported in at the Beverly Hills today to serve the first three week ends on a disturbing the peace charge Barrymore was arrested last tuesday when a reconciliation with his wife Cara Wil Liams developed into an argument in their parked car municipal judge Henry h Draeger f i n e d Barrymore and sentenced hirer to 90 Days suspended on condition that he spend three weekends in jail second team nearing goal on pole trek South pole station Jan 4 i sir Edmund Hillary and four fellow new sealanders relaxed with american friends to Day after a hazardous trek to the South pole Hillary was confident he groundwork for had a com democrats to get training o Charleston Jan 4 an state democratic chairman Huett c Smith announced today that a 12hour Prennet training pro Gram will be held Here Jan 25 and 26 the democratic executive committee head explained that the special training course has been recommended by the demo cratic National committee Man Dies in crash Parkersburg Jan 4 it Jack Campbell of Belpre Ohio r i wi11lt out gave no comparable figures died Early today in the crash of to two British overseas airways corp Douglas airliners sped his car into a parked tractor trailer on w a 2 about five across the Atlantic in less than Miles South of Here he was alone eight hours the Auto heavy rocket traffic Moon launching still planned in March Washington Jan 4 i a predominantly protestant organization today called on potential it Catholic candidates for i negotiations were interrupted aft or vice president to take a definite describing itself As nonpolitical Washington Jan 4 Cal scientists try again to space traffic out of the Cape launch a Complete test Roc feet car canaveral missiles test trying a 3upound sphere in its Panion British Commonwealth team that expects to be the first Ever to March Clear across Antarctica the other expedition a British party led by or Vivian Fuchs was reported 200 Miles from the pole yesterday and is expected to arrive by tuesday the Fuchs party is moving on the pole from the South american Side of the Antarctica Hillary came from the opposite direction Fuchs who left from shackle ton base Wil follow a route marked by Hillary in crossing to Scott base on the new zealand Side of the Antarctic Hillary left supplies along the route from his Well equipped tractor Convoy the 38yearold new zealand explorer knighted for conquering it Everest in 1953 camped in sight of the station last night Western guards return defector mops pet boar Luebeck Germany Jan 4 Tai defected to the West to Day mops is a four legged defector Hes a lame one missiles probe slated for speedup score of Pentagon officials summoned to give testimony Washington Jan 4 of a special Senate probe into missiles and satellites is giving signs to Day of outlasting the successful soviet sputnik sen Lyndon Johnson d directing the inquiry Sig naked full Speed ahead for next week he listed a score of Pentagon officials for close door testimony before the watchdog defense preparedness subcommittee of which be is chairman and he told newsmen that additional witnesses including missile manufacturers and scientists must be called later Johnson who is the Senate democratic Leader also has put a of priority tag on defense and for the new ses Ion of Congress that opens tues Day briton also favors talk at Summit no aggression act Parley follow soviet proposals Cool London Jan 4 w prime minister Macmillan proposed to night an East West no aggression pact and perhaps a Summit meet ing later both have been urged repeatedly by the soviet Union Macmillan declared in a nation wide broadcast that Britain is ready to negotiate either within or outside the United nations to test the sincerity of russian cur rent peace offensive we could Start by a solemn pact of the prime minister declared this been done before it would do no harm it might do no enthusiasm Washington Jan 4 Wavu s officials showed no enthusiasm today for suggestion by British prime minister Harold Macmillan that a Nona Gre Sion pact Between rus Sia and Western nations might do at Gettysburg where president Eisenhower is passing the weekend White House press Secretary James c Hagerty said he had no comment asked if Eisenhower had any and Vance word on maculans speech Hagerty told news men i dont High officials in washing in ton said they had no and Vance knowledge that Mac Millan would put Forward his suggestion he said of How the West goes about making its new approach to Russia the object worm be to Clear away the rubble of old controversies and to get the path ready for a meeting of Heads of Britain always has left the door open for u Summit conference if Here Are reasonable prospects for Success but the statement on a no aggression pact appeared to reflect a notable shift in government policy British government officials ener Auy have discounted russian proposals in this Field in the past they have often called attention o the fact that Russia had con he resumes the satellite missile mops ambled across the without hindrance from the probe at 10 monday with adm Hyman g Rickover Navy expert on nuclear submarines As the first witness As to a special report and recommendations Johnson said these must wait until More evidence is accumulated the committee is making a re port every Day when it presents the facts to the he said of the inquiry we Are not look ing for a Scapegoat or for some one to Johnson reiterates that his main concern is to be certain that the United states overtakes and passes the soviets in the race for Long Range missiles and eventual control of space Public hearings in the special Senate got november and some sharply conflicting opinions have been offered before the group soviet made jets fired at Airliner Border i in communist guards and tried to join some children at play the children ran mops tagged along police came running and put him on a Leash the officers Learned mops fee longed to an East German Farmer on the Border who had raised him As a pet mops was led to the Frontier and turned Over to communist guards that never happens to two legged defectors Carl Sandburg to 80 years Bournemouth England Jan 4 Captain of a British car Airliner said tonight two soviet made Mig Jet fighters fired warn ing shots to Force his plane to and in communist Albania new years eve the four engined spymaster with a Crew of five men arid a woman was released by the Al countries it swallowed up after world War ii Macmillan however held out the possibility that Russia May have undergone a genuine change of attitude i the sputnik age a View not shared by his u s ally Macmillan said no one in the West can be sure of what Russia has in mind under these circumstances he said the West has no Choice but to maintain Unity and strength while seeking to resolve differences with Russia by negotiation and conciliation fire razes Garase Buckhannon w Jan 4 damage resulting from a fire that destroyed a garage and automobile Agency Here today was estimated at by the owner Charles Fenton said that of the total loss to the Fenton motors building represented dam age to new and used cars the fire of unknown origin was fought for six hours before being brought under control it broke out in the part of the build ing where paint was stored appointed Regent Annapolis Jan 4 01 Alvin l Aubinoe a Bethesda architect r i stand for called or against what it and As having some jewish and 1 a Catholic Church Boycott of Public schools 2 a Catholic proposal Advocat funds for sectarian ing Public schools 3 appointment of an american ambassador to the Vatican to Challenge every Catholic candidate on these issues is a Wise and necessary precaution designed to protect our said a american Trade few Liberal Catholic Mem Bers the Pau deplored the for mation of any Catholic or Anli Catholic political party and said it opposed any Blanket Boycott of the candidates of any particular it said candidates of All faiths should be challenged to answer All pertinent questions involving Church state but that Catholic candidates should be Hule tin statement by a scrutinized with particular care end of there had been no movement on statement today by or John p the of the company since last night but the spokesman added that there were no plans director of the scientific satellite project Vanguard who said the launching of a have been gelling ready for a second attempt since their first rocket blew up dec 6 by a simple Calendar count they will have to shoot rockets for contract Between the Union and the Long lines division expired at Midnight last night the workers had authorized a strike if negotiations broke Down both sides said tonight they would meet separately before re suming talks sunday afternoon for March a spokesman at Vanguard head quarters Here said about four preliminary test firings of tie three stage rocket Are scheduled before the major launching in March present indications Are that it will be the end of the second week in january at least before Van every couple of weeks or so to even 99 Flat n Sharp witted 4 l anians this morning it landed Engineer and hotel owner today at hum Airport near Here today was appointed to the University of after Hying Home with one Board of Regent by Over at Brindisi Italy gov Mckeldin Jesuit universities Neutral on Ike education Aid plan Washington Jan 4 l announced establishment of a spokesman for presidents of Jesuit National Jesuit commission on re universities today issued a be headquartered at de Sharp wilted is Jcu a Kiaie Sandburg the great Lincoln Biog ment neither favouring nor rather and Dean of president Eisenhower Nevet poets predicted today hell Ivezic Deucalion and plan but taking the to be 88 h meet the March target afterwards the Vanguard project Calls for a half dozen full fledged satellite launch hugs under the International geophysical year program ending next dec 31 Hagen said in reply to written questions from the associated press that he believes the rus sians too have probably run into difficulties in trying to get off a new sputnik years old and maybe position that their schools should not be barred from such Federal Sandburg celebrates his 80thaid birthday at his farm Home Here the statement monday balloon kills Tot Wappinger Falls Jan 4 if a 2viyearoid was by Rev Edward b Rooney president of the Jesuit education during a today meeting at Georgetown University of the presidents the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities of America toy the society of Jesus is a roman inhaled today choked on it and fell dead beside the Christmas tree in his Home Catholic order Active in the Field of education the University presidents also or and personnel of the Jesuit institutions 2 spoke in terms of a 102million Dollar construction program Over the next 5 to 10 years that will provide 91 new buildings on Jesuit campuses 3 issued a policy statement on the current role of Jesuit higher education saying science Educa Tion must be pushed but the main schooling response to soviet sput Niks lies m a program that i prod Luces better

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