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19 Jan 1958

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19 Jan 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - January 19, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandWea Tycer Elody Windy Quatt cow Kwh 2533 twin flit not told tomorrow Sec sections Cit area news to volts comics family wee iut vol 18 Cumberland Maryland sunday january 19 1958 Fantt it titty Price fifteen cents Russia pushes Aid offer plans Ellender fights Blank Check Effort for defense says Money wont work any Miracle sen Dworshak also raps claims voting of funds niggardly Washington Jan 18 Ellender la said tonight he will fight any efforts to give the Pentagon a Blank Check for mis Siles satellites or other new weapons merely pouring Money into our defense program will not automatically work said Ellen Der a member of the approx pan tons committee a Republican on the committee Ren Dworshak of Idaho also took a swing at statements tha Congress has been niggardly in voting funds for missiles aircraft and other defense hardware false premise much testimony before con Gressional committee hearings is seeking to create this false Prem Dworshak said in a state ment american Security will b jeopardized and National preparedness undermined by spokes men of Industry and science who contend that inadequate appropriations Are responsible for the lad of Progress in the Field of pre both senators referred to sen ate and House inquiries As to Why Russia was Able to put up the first orbiting satellites and wha the United states must do Abou it inquiry to resume Senate majority Leader Lyndo b Johnson Tex will resum the in Quiry monday with Navy witnesses testifying behind closed doors his defense preparedness sub committee Wie hear two Worl War ii military leaders tuesday adm Chester Nimitz of the nay and Gen Carl Spaatz of the a Force it May wind up the pres ent phase of hearings wednesday defense Mcelroy a similar inquiry by the House armed services committee will resume tuesday Ellender criticizing president Eisenhower new 74billion Dol wife booked in stabbing actor Allan h Nixon is pictured in a Hospital yesterday in Hollywood where he was treated for knife wounds in the shoulder wrist leg hand and hip his wife Velda 30 a former Model who married him last May is shown in a police station where she was booked on suspicion of intent to commit murder Story at Bottom of Page a Phoi Fox gun toting indians shatter Kkt rally Maxton Jan 18 in thousand indians manned with shotguns and rifles broke up a Kun flux klan rally near Here tonight an associated press photographer at the scene said several thou Sand rounds of ammunition was fired arid that police rescued the la Nornen a photographer Rudy fair cloth said most of the shots were fired in the air and into the ground and that he saw Only one person with a flesh wound he quoted capt c r Williams of the North Carolina Highway cers to break up the riot As say ing no one was Hurt wait for Start Faircloth said about indians of the lumber tribe most Lar budget said a big savings whom live on Robeson county defense outlays could come the Southeastern part of the tighter unification of the army state congregated across a High Way from a spot designated by Navy and air Force first and Foremost we must end the duplication of Effort in the senseless Battle that has been going on Between the three armed he said in a recorded radio address Wal new or it is a sad indictment of the president who himself is a Mil itary Leader that the russians had to fire a satellite ahead of us before he woke up to what was going on in his own he said the klan As the site for a rally they waited patiently until the announced starting time for the rally shortly after Faircloth said about 15 klansmen carrying shotguns arrived and set up a Loudspeaker microphone in an open Field Only one of the klans men was Robed stood around Mike Shes not 100 party goes on Dunblane Scotland Jan 18 Janet Mcalpine gathered her family around her today to celebrate her 100th b i r i d a y then she Brough voucher birth certificate and found she was Only 99 mrs Mcalpine ordered the party to go on ninety nine is Worth Cele Brating she said u s seeks space War ban action Ike proposal May go to Lead to talks with user Washington Jan 18 my the United states May throw into the United nations soon president Eisenhower proposal for an International pact to ban outer space warfare this could Lead to direct american soviet talks on the Issue use of the United nations is one of the Steps reported under serious consideration at the state department for carrying Forward East West moves toward a sum Mit conference Secretary of state Dulles ant his advisers believe the United states has gained the initiative on this Issue during the last week they would like to keep it some concede privately they will fail to do so if they merely sit Back and wait for Premier Bulgarin to re ply to president Eisenhower message last sunday in which he conditionally agreed to a top level conference method not worked out among the Steps under consideration Are introduction of the outer space control proposal in the United nations in some Man Ner not yet worked out the use of diplomatic channels Between Russia and the Western Powers to begin exploratory exchanges on Summit conference issues More detailed talks with americas Al lies on precisely How to approach a top level meeting and whal meeting and what practical of fire Routs family of eight fire wiped out the tiny Home of or and mrs Robert White at Miami and they Are shown in front of the ruins with their six children two Little Brothers Jerry Lee 5 and Frederick 3 got the blame they told inspectors they put the matches Back on the Kitchen Stool after starting the Blaze children left to right Are Gertrude 1 8 Jerry Frederick Thomas 2 and Robert 7 a photo fax two figures in Matu saws probe guilty new York attorney aide convicted of perjury obstruction department suggestions lion of Justice new York Jan 18 a Airliner lands Safe y the klan group stood around United states offers atom Agency gifts Vienna Austria Jan 18 the United states today announced three new gifts Worth More than a million dollars to the International atomic Energy Agency Here the american gifts offers were announced at a meeting of the atoms Oreace Agency by Robert Mckinney new Mexico newspaper publisher who is a member of ideas Board of governors my Jet yes to seek there in the policy studies within the state have included calling a special session of the general As Sembly to begin work on an Agenda for a big Power meeting this is understood to have originated with specialists in affairs at the moment it does not rank High on the list of possibilities Council Call considered consideration has also been Given to calling a meeting of the much smaller Security coun cil under Normal responsibilities the problem of the reunification of Germany is not so considered Here state department officials say that must be tackled by the four Powers which occupied Germany after world War ii the United states Russia Brit Ain and France hence there is considerable in Terest in the possibility of Sepa rating the Eisenhower outer space proposal from the rest of the propositions which the presiden put up to Bulgarin in the note last weekend bringing it directly prominent new York attorney Anc his woman assistant were convicted in u s District court today on charges of perjury and obstruct the trial stemmed from Testi Mony they gave in 1955 before a grand jury investigating the activities of h a r v e y m Matusow turnabout communist trial wit Ess one defendant was r Lawrenc Iegel 47 among others for whom e has served As attorney is acess Gloria Swanson whose ame and testimony figured in the rial he once was an assistant Tate attorney general the microphone lighted with a feed Kinney said the United states of London Jan 18 go ambulances and fire engines stood by at London Airport for a tense hour tonight while an american Airliner carrying 31 passengers circled overhead with the Pilot Uncertain whether his Landing gear would work Airport crash single Light and bulb hanging from a crossfire after waiting for some 20 More minutes the indians moved across the Highway one of them raised his Shotgun and shot out the single Light bulb then Faircloth related every armed Indian in the horde which crossed the Road and those who remained at their original spot started shooting and officially to the attention o the United nations 1 the on a cos free basis of up to 20 or 30 expert consultants in the Field of peace Ful uses of atomic Energy 3 approximately 120 fellowships to students nominated through Iaea by member states for study and training in various Fields of atomic sciences at institutions these fellowships alone would Cost approximately one rate in total darkness a number of lion dollars klansmen fled Sadid scores people who had parked their cars alerted when the big trans world airlines Constellation bound for new York from Frankfurt radioed that a fault had developed in its indicator lights without them it was impossible to Tell whether the undercarriage was firmly locked or not emergency trucks raced along Side As the Airliner finally came services an open Field adjacent to the rally site Hoblitzell seen Neely successor Charleston Jan 18 Republican state chairman John d Hoblitzelljr of Ravenswood in for a perfect Landing on the stood out tonight As the most Long main runway mechanics interim occupant of sen m checked the plane before it took m Netys vacant seat in the u off for new York s Senate Fellowship fund established at the Aea general conference last of Ober on the Assumption that oth r members would Supply the remainder Snow cold cover u s wife carves actor mate with gift Steak knives Hollywood Jan 18 ache Ign of an argument and the statuesque Brunette was held i second time when he returned to by the associated press cold northerly winds and Novi or flurries provided a wintry set Ting saturday for much of the nation East of the Rockies icy winds from lakes Erie an Ontario gave Western new Yor up to two feet of Snow one death was blamed on the storm Moto Ravel was hazardous and som jail today charged with carving up her actor husband with a pair of Steak knives he gave her for Christmas Allan h Nixon former husband of actress Mari Wilson was treated at Hollywood receiving Hospital for cuts on the shoulders wrist and legs after the altercation with his wife Velda Nixon 30 mrs Nixon a former Model was booked on suspicion of As Sault with intent to commit Mur Der officers said she told them she wielded the Ivory handled knives he apartment to get his clothes i knew that i his mood i be Able to defend she was quoted As say ing Allan is a former football player and he prides himself on the fact that he has never Laid hand on a just kicks then she added of course i still love him Hes just an Over grown child in awfully sorry i Hurt him in sure Well get Back Nixon reportedly told police also still loves Velda and will not sign a complaint against her they super Road plans described behind schedule Washington Jan 18 nations superhighway system linking every state with expressways will not be completed until 19so under present sched Ules Senate testimony indicated today this would compare with a 197 completion Date planned when the act setting up the present form of the interstate system and its financing was passed in 1956 it mean r 24 year pro Nixon twice once at the were married last May meanest thief Given 30 Days Washington Jan 18 John Lenczyk 38 year old philadelphian was convicted of attempted larceny today for trying to fish Money from March of dimes bottles municipal court judge Thomas c Scalley sentenced him to 30 Days in jail Lenczyk was observed by a member of the armed serv ices police at the greyhound bus terminal Early today with a piece of chewing gum on the end of a Roll of four nabbed in Bank fraud two employees two tire firm officials accused in scheme apparently trying to make Money stick there poles sought to keep visit ofk9 secret Warsaw Jan 13 Diplo Mats Here said today Moscow announcement of Nikita Thrush convicted with him was his recent secret meeting with Al assistant miss Hadassah communist Leader Wlady Hapiro 33 also an attorney he could receive a maximum Rison sentence 35 years and Slaw Gomulka May have caught Poland leaders by Surprise these informants said the poliss Shapiro 25 years Siegel leaders May have wanted to keep the talks under wraps and that the announcement possibly Ould be fined a maximum of and miss Shapiro sentencing is expected next month each is free in bail the government contended Sie Al in appearance before the grand jury presented phony memoranda concerning a 1954 series of meetings he had with mat usow he and miss Shapiro also were alleged to have admitted destroying original shorthand notes concerning these meetings it was brought out one meeting embarrassed them official polish sources tended to play Down the importance of the meeting they said it was Only natural for communist leaders to meet occasionally but this attitude and the delay in announcing the talks suggested that some Points of difference arose presumably Over soviet leadership of the communist world the poles have been relic Philadelphia Jan 18 we the Fri arrested four men to Day on c h a r g Eis of being involved in a fraud at the first Pennsylvania banking and Trust two of the four men arrested were Bank employees accused of mis applying the behalf of the other two defendants who Are co owners of a tire company with an account at the Bank testimony before sooner Henry p Carr revealed that Victor a Leszczynski an assistant treasurer at the Bank received a record player and 5200 in Cash from the Lincoln tire named As beneficiary in the scheme Joseph f Sisko 33 Leszczyn skis brother inlaw and a super visor in the Banks transit depart ment received nothing it was testified the co owners of the tire com Pany were identified As Harry Kravitz and Jack Rovner All four Are philadelphian Kravitz and Rovner were charged with aiding and abetting the two Bank employees at the arraignment Fri agent Paul Hagan testified that a num Ber of checks made out by Lincoln tire were found in the desks of outdistanced in Asia Middle East pledges half billion More than gave in past 30 months Washington Jan 18 Russia is reported to have prom ised half a billion dollars economic and financial Aid to key countries in the Middle East and Asia than the United states has committed in the last 30 months officials who came up with this figure today said the soviets had concentrated on nations with some strategic importance in Lotical or military terms the United states by contrast has tried to extend Aid to any Friendly country which sought to keep its Independence 400 million for military the figures prepared for study in the state department and other government agencies showed that total soviet Aid in the period july 1 1955 through dec 31 11 countries amounted to of which approximately 400 million dollars was military assistance going primarily to Egypt and Syria for the same countries the official study showed the United states provided assistance in the form of outright Aid funds for economic development Loans or surplus food supplies with a total value in the 30month period of 399 million dollars comparisons listed Here is a country country comparison As compiled by gov Ern ment officials calculated in millions of dollars with soviet second Afghanistan 48 145 Burma 43 000 Cambodia 96 22 Ceylon 11 20 Egypt 16 480 India 419 Syria 000 280 Yugoslavia 135 465 Nepal 7 13 he Meh Odd 10 totals soviet Union the figures for Egypt and Syria include the military Aid supplied by Russia to those in the Case of Burma officials said there has been an Exchange gifts Between Burma and the soviet Union and that the value of the gifts on each Side probably cancel out although the goods sup plied to Burma by Russia were considered of practical value to that country the United states newest Agency to counter russian economic offensive the development loan fund reported it already has received foreign loan applications Otaling a billion dollars the fund with 300 million Dol ars now available and 625 million More on request expects to approve loan projects totalling around 200 million dollars by june 30 officials said today at the 5th ave v up service to the of miss Swanson and that leaders psome observers allegedly sought to destroy Evi believe Khrushchev could View Dence to protect both the actress Fis posh Atu tude As weakening and col Lewis l Bredin retired air Force officer who was in the apartment at the time missile detection projects pushed Washington Jan 18 Flthe ocal Power failures were department today or his position against More rigid thinkers in the Kremlin Leader ship the polish press and radio car ried Only the Barest announce ment of the three Day meeting of Khrushchev and Gomulka the two Bank employees totalling nearly he said the checks had been is sued by Kravitz and Rovner to Lincoln creditors Between septem Bev of last year and yesterday a period during which lincolns account at Tuffe Bank failed to cover the amounts involved the checks were paid by the Bank but according to Hagan they never got to the bookkeeping department us weather Bureau stations issued alerts to stockmen and travellers that severe storm conditions were expected in Kansas and Oklahoma Buffalo had 14 inches of Snow but the fall ranged up to two feet South of the City All secondary roads were reported open but hazardous another three to six inches of Snow was in Prospect for the area expected to attend plate gop fete Chicago Jan 18 1 Irum us posed advanced research projects cans figured they will have dered missile director William Holaday to coordinate the development of devices to detect and destroy enemy missiles he will have the assignment until the pro fiery car crash fatal to three plattevtll3 Jan 18 p three persons including a prosecutor in the japanese War crime trials were killed last night in a flaming three car crash vaccine Case appealed Agency is set up i a crowd of at their yesterday the Pentagon gave the air Force responsibility for developing a detection system and the army Job of develop plate dinner monday in the inter ing an antimissile missile dreams up in smoke four teenagers try at firing missile fails Gram instead of the 10year plan to president Eisen lower in 1953 by a special com Mission he Gen Luci u d Clay As its chairman the 1908 Dale has not been Given by any of the Commerce department or Bureau of Public roads officials administering the program nor by members of con Gress concerned with but testimony of administration officials already presented to the 3 inches in diameter they re Senate Public roads Subco Miu fuelled it and tried again another tee which is studying Progress of failure the interstate system Points to a the four Connecticut High school stretch out of the program to 19w tried to Grin about nationa1 Amphitheater the dinner sponsored by the United Republican fund of Illi Nois will feature speeches by president Eisenhower Illinois gov William g Stratton and sen Everett Dirksen the presidents address and Short speeches from gop dinners elsewhere will be carried by Abc radio and television networks from to 10 est Chincoteague Jan but their disappointment was up four Young rocketeer watched their dream go up in smoke twice today when the smoke cleared their dream a slim shiny Cylinder destined they swoosh through the air just sat there after one unsuccessful attempt to fire their homemade missile an aluminium lube 63 inches Long and obvious Well i guess this makes us said one of them 17yearold Neill fuck Ley the Navy men standing around the boys assured them this was not the Case they know what there talk in one told that the entire country was keeping track of their attempt David Gray 16 said May b Ike will hear about mayor wants drunk fines West Frankfort 18 John Heaton thinks fines Are Fine but Hes asked the City Council not to be too hard on regular City customers arrested on drunk and disorderly charges the mayor made the plea when councilmen announced they were considering an ordinance to in crease fines for certain offences mayor Heaton suggested setting a one for persons most frequently arrested if we make the Fine too stiff we might lose that Busi we need he explained Highway 80 about six Miles North of this southwestern Wisconsin City the dead were Robert Brunsc Horst 45 a prominent Platteville attorney his wife june 43 and mrs Gertrude Horn 40 a school Oakland Jan 18 Cutter laboratories said today it will Appeal a jury verdict which awarded damages to two children stricken with polio after inoculation in 1955 with Salk vac teacher at nearby Belmont Cine produced by Cutter woodcutter held in four Scotland slayings Hamilton Scotland Jan 18 husky american born Scot Elmer Jackson honoured Lish woodcutter accused of four detectives refused to discuss t item Tiara for inn of scottish parents was silent at the Brief hearing Annapolis Jan m Jackson of was honoured to night As Young Man of the year murders was spirited to a secret hideout today under heavy police guard angry women Chaser the and Bernard a Doepkens of Carwood As Young Farmer of the year by the Anne Arundel county Junior chamber of com Merce living costs Rise Paris Jan 18 Cost of living Index in the Paris area has risen 10 per cent in the last six the four were flown Down from months according to official Sta continued on Page 35 col filth stick published today police Wagon shouting you Devil Peter Thomas Anthony Manuel 31 hid his face under a Raincoat while Xing hustled from the court House to a police Wagon his escort of detectives held Back the shouting crowd mostly women Manuel was arraigned behind closed doors guards barred both press and Public from the court room the handsome woodcutter motive for the murders Manuel was arrested wednes Day and secretly charged with slaying a family of three in their Bungalow on new years Day the next Day police dug up the body of Isabelle Cooke 17 year old schoolgirl who had been missing for 19 Days the widespread search for girl had led to a shallow grave in a lonely Field near her in this suburban town 11 Miles outside Glasgow police sup Alexander Murray told newsmen Manuel was charged this morning who was born in new York the Cooke girls murder f

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