Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland
20 Jul 1958

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20 Jul 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - July 20, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather six sections general feature society Cit area news sports comics family weekly vol 196 Fnu Cumberland Maryland sunday july 20 1958 font or attn Price fifteen cents to consider russian bid but Calls on soviet to assure integrity the United states saturday nigh promised prompt consideration o soviet Premier Khrushchev proposal for a Summit conference on the Middle East crisis at the same Lime the United states called on the soviet Union to cooperate with other members of the Security Council to assure the Independence and integrity of the statement of reaction issued by the state depart ment after Secretary of state dul Les had conferred by Telephone with president Eisenhower who is at Gettysburg a dec Vokt with Dulles had also had time to djs Russ the Khrushchev Kneuver with British foreign Secretary Sel Wyn Lloyd whom met at the British embassy the United states did not reject the idea of a Summit meeting openly and officially privately authorities Here considered that the wording and the instant publicity Given it in Moscow left no doubt that it was another move Sias massive Campaign to con Vince the world that the Western Powers Are risking a outbreak of War in the Middle East and doing 10 by illegal the statement did reject flatly the charge in Khrushchev note that the United states and Britain were guilty of aggression in sending troops into Lebanon and Jordan respectively it said that a freely elected government had asked for Helmand that was the reason the Trow Priwer cake real it wac the real before the kills his two children self moral financial mistakes blamed in notes by teacher the statement said is whether two Small nations can maintain their Independence As against the indirect aggression to which they Are being this Issue would have been successfully met Friday at the United nations the statement said had a solution nol been by the sole negative vote of the soviet Union in the Security the United states had sought creation of the United nations Force to take Over responsibility for lebanese Security the so curly councils Meel ing further to Deal with the prob Lem on the United states said we Hope that the soviet Union will then cooperate with the other members of the so curly Council to assure the Independence and integrity of Lebanon this would make possible the Early withdrawal of United states forces from Lebanon which Are there merely to preserve Leban on Independence until there can be adequate United nations a Nasser Iraq sign treaty Cairo Nasser of the United Arab Republic sat urday signed a treat of Mutual defense with the new revolution Ary government leaders of Iraq in Damascus Syria observers Here thought this could mean the first step toward Early federation or Union of Iraq with the u a r Nasser now is president of the u a r of Egypt and Syria and the u a r has the kingdom of Yemen As a federation partner Queen improves London Elizabeth ii took a stroll in the sunny gardens of Buckingham Palace saturday signalling her almost Complete recovery from a sinus attack u s soldiers of the nine american soldiers released yesterday Afler detention by East German reds walk past welcoming officers on their arrival at an Airport near Frankfurt Story at Bottom at Page Byron deranged College instructor gunned to death Lis twin teenage daughters then killed himself saturday the triple slayings apparently resulted from brooding Over too Many moral and financial Skes and bad dead were Millard g Mosc Lcy 49yearold mathematics instruct or at the University of Florida and daughters Jan and Jean Bretly 17yearold seniors at near y fort Valley High school a coroners inquest reported hat Moseley Shol the girls and himself with a pistol two notes written by the teach r were revealed at the inquest Here was no immediate cup Lana Ion of their contents which read i have made too Many moral and financial mistakes and bad choices in my life to want to live have always loved my children extensively in spite of my bad May god forgive me i will All my property to my police chief Carl Ferguson said Moseley apparently drove to a Arm he operated shot Jan then returned to his Home and killed he other daughter and himself mrs Myrtle Mosc Lcy 45 the Ife and Mother ran in terror to he nearby Home of her husbands parents the father inlaw is judge c Moseley retired each county probate Beauty pageant n semifinals Charleston were he five Sci finalists As the miss Vest Virginia pageant moved saturday night toward the final election of a state entry in this miss America compact Ilion at Atlantic City Patricia Donnelly miss me Dowell county do lords Marino Beckley Janet Hill miss Dunbar Ora Lee rus Missel the Strawberry festival Queen from Gassaway and Sandra to Boyd miss Fairmont Carrier sails Brindisi Italy u aircraft Carrier Corregidor a i cd saturday from Naples and ailed later for an undisclosed nine soldiers freed by reds after six weeks Frankfurt Germany a nine u s army men were f eed Afler six weeks of Cap Lively in communist Easl Germany and returned Here for a joyous re Union with their families the american red Cross and the East German red Cross completed the Long negotiations for their release the East German communists claimed the release agreement amounted to recognition of their regime the men arrived in Good health they said they had been Well treated and their spokesman told a news conference there had not been any forcible attempts at brainwashing them three of the men wore new mustaches but said re move them if their wives object the men were seized after their helicopter strayed across the Iron curtain in a Thunder storm june 7 maj George e Kemper of Escondido 43 year old senior officer of the group read a prepared stale men to reporters the men Ihen answered questions Kemper Reiler aled statements that there was no into Lional violation of soviet zone territory that the copter landed after its fuel dwindled and that East Ger Man police first turned the men Over to soviet authorities Kempers statement stressed that the group never had authentic information on negotiations for their release the men said he news they were to be freed came As Surprise saturday Italy Premier in close test Rome a Premier Amintore Fanfani won a vote of Confidence by a slim mar Gin in Italy chamber of deputies saturday the vote supported fan Fanis pro Western policy and rejected communist pleas to line up with the soviet Union or make Italy neutralise it cleared the Way for fan fan who is also foreign min to accept an invitation from u s Secretary of state Dulles for talks in washing ton on the Mideast crisis the vote was 295287 King Hussein expects to Send help intends to restore Arab federation in Wake of Iraq coup Amman Jordan a King Hussein of Jordan declared sat urday night he has asked for and expects troops to come to Jordan and help him in a Battle survival against Syria and cuban drive against rebel forces seen by Larry Allen Guantanamo Cuba the government is expected to launch a powerful offensive against the rebels in Eastern Cuba soon now that the insurgents have freed All kidnapped americans the cuban air Force and army halted attacks to avoid Endang ering the lives of the 50 hostages the rebels released the last 14 Sailor and Marine hostages late Friday the rebels made Good use of their immunity from attack by regrouping their for Ces and digging Slit trenches reports persist that the rebels May stage a spec Lacunar attack on july 26 anniversary of their revolutionary movement one possible target is the City of Guantanamo 30 Miles North of the naval base on Quanta Namo Bay the rebel fighting strength is estimated Al men the government has men plus air and sea forces in this area the last americans resuming to Guantanamo said rebel Leader Fidel Castro had ordered the mass a Calcas As a gesture so the marines and sailors could be Scollo the Middle East if needed sub freed from Sand bar after hours Provincetown mass a snorkel submarine Piper caught on a Sand bar in Calm seas off this fishing and resort own Early saturday Selling into Ligh gear Navy Rescue operations hat ultimately were not needed the sub was pulled free hours Ater the Piper out of new London was Riding the surface As Dawn broke when in suddenly lasted held fasl on Wood end bar u was making calibration tests along a measured mile course the Navy said it apparently had suffered no damage and proceeded under its own Power to new London fishermen estimated the sub Marine was in 25 to 30 feet of a Cron the Sandbar while Only 100 feet away the Ocean depth dropped sharply to 27 fathoms scene of the grounding was about a mile and a half from where the submarine s4 Sank in 1927 with a loss of 40 lives the Young Monarch told a news conference at Basman Palace he intends to do everything possible to restore the Arab federation in the Wake of the iraqi revolt the federation consisted of Jor Dan and Iraq the government of Iraq was overthrown by a coup monday should get help the King declined to elaborate on the sort of troops or Kielp he seeks from the United slates but gave a Strong indication he con siders this help should be Forth coming since he has accused Egypt and Syria of being the agents of International comm ism Britain has put troops into Jordan since thursday Afler Hus Sein had told London there was a plot afoot to unseat him that Day Hussein was saddened sub Dued mood As he spoke of the death of his Cousin King Faisal ii of Iraq who had been head of the Iraq Jordan Arab federation expression hardens but when he spoke of his intentions to restore order in the iraqi part of the federation his expression hardened and his voice Rose the Monarch 23 who has shown rare courage in a series of deep crises in this Little country said he considers it our sacred mis Sion to liberate the Arab nation from foreign thieves take farm Windmill big Tower Jackson Mich api farm or Fred Sandusky came Home saturday to find thai someone had stolen a Complete Windmill his properly including a 20foot lower police could find no not even tire tracks Beirut area Rucj nor troops bullets hit planes fighter crash fatal to Pilot in Mountain Beirut Lebanon a United Stales flew seasoned paratroopers from Turkey to Bei rut saturday to reinforce marines on the lebanese Beach head Bellicose threats from1 the communist world subsided but an air of High tension still blanketed the Middle East in Beirut caught up in the rebellion when rebels swarmed through the Mission school compound Anc attacked the main government building next door some windows were smashed in the Mission bul no americans were reported injured the of the West was a possible soviet move to counteract the arrival of forces in Lebanon and Brit ish paratroopers in Jordan fear volunteers some Western diplomats expressed the belief the soviet Union might Send volunteers to president Nasser United Arab Republic As one result of these Cret meeting Between Nasser and Khrushchev thursday unconfirmed reports said a dozen Mig Jel fighters and Sev eral transport planes with soviet markings had been seen at the Airport in Damascus capital o the province of Syria other diplomats said that they thought the would avoid a troop commitment and rely on a big barrage from its pro Pagan Draguns a Navy fighter plane crashed in the mountains about 15 Miles East of Beirut killing the Pilot he was the Only Man aboard Navy spokesmen said the planes engine quit while the Pilot on a training flight was top Low to bailout he became the first american casually since marines landed in Lebanon tuesday a big transport plane flying in More marines from the United Stales was Hil Isicc by Small arms fire oils id Beirut one shot narrowly missing the navigator a Pentagon spokesman in Washington said two Navy planes flying Over Lebanon Friday night re turned to their Carrier with Bullet Loles in them the men aboard the planes were not injured the shots May have come from rebels in Beirut fighting the pro Western government that the United Stales is sworn to protect or from excited Welc mors Airliner attacked Cairo radio claimed an Arab commercial Airliner in route from Syria to Egypt was attacked by let planes of the occupation it did not say whether he alleged attack cars were or British but professions of Friendship ror the West came from an iraqi Leader who flew into Damascus Fayek Samurai Leader of Iraq Istiklal or Independence party said the revolutionary regime would not Lurn to the communist bloc for support unless the Wisl orces such a step he said re Volt leaders had showed their Dis Lasle for communism by delaying a reply to Moscow ions on their coup the massive Airlift of Para troopers from the 24th Sion began shortly after Dawn they had been flown Early this week Germany to the South turkish base of Adana not As Friendly soviet attitude changes toward residents commandos called London Britain minis by Harold k milks Moscow a Moscow Resi dents Are looking on americans in a new Way since the Middle East crisis developed u is nol quite Correct to say the new look is hostile but in cer mainly has from the usual Friendly appraisal which formerly arc Clad americans who drive around Moscow or walk its wide avenues in obviously american clothes widespread criticism of the intervention in Lebanon Sharp criticism amplified hourly by the soviet press and radio is Evl Dently responsible for the change in the Sponden two has years been the car moves Down a Streel Iacre Are Svarcs and nudges what i Csc Soviel onlookers Are thinking is hard to judge bul this feeling whatever it is is disturbing to those in charge of american relations Here it is possibly even More disturbing than the demonstrators who jammed the Street before the embassy Friday american and other diplomats express the fear Hal constant at tacks on americans and America from the Kremlin the soviet radio and the soviet press May de stroy much of the Basic Friendship this Corr Between the russian and Ameri in Moscow can Peoples handshake in shirtless British Soldier shakes hands Wilh an Arab Legionnaire Afler his arrival at Amman Airport yesterday Britain has placed troops in Jordan since thursday after King Hussein told London there was a plot to unseat him a photo Tox urge no action in Iraq Trujillo yacht returns again Gem Rafael Trujillo lavish party yacht saturday for another in evasion of the Hollywood beachhead however the Only report of the free spending Young son of the dominican Republic dictator came from the Mother of actress Debra pact she said Trujillo promptly got on the Shipto Shore Tele phone and asked Debra for a Date saturday Church fall damage suit retrial due Annapolis Muthe court of ordered a new trial today n the damage suit of a 77year old Havre de Grace woman who slipped and fell on the freshly waxed floors of a roman Catho in Church the High court held Hal the Edge should have ques lined jurors about their reaction to the Church being six As was re Quested by attorneys for miss Harriet m Casey the plaintiff miss Casey broke Bolh wrists n the fall which she suffered while walking Loward an altar in i Patricks Catholic Church oct 2 1954 she was hospitalized or three weeks and required Urther nursing care Al Home she filed suit in Baltimore Superior court against the roman Catholic archbishop of Baltimore As the corporation responsible for he Church she asked damages on grounds of neg i Cnoc con Landing the floors were aces Sicly and improperly taxed and the Church was inadequately lighted and no warning Vas Given of the Slippery Condi Ion Washington a the United sales and great Brilain Nave agreed to oppose any Reck less action by their Middle East Ern allies against the new revolt Tiona regime in Iraq Secretary of state Dulles Anc British foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd in High level talks due t wind up saturday night Are ire ported to have decided upon Broad Middle Eastern strategy aimed at stabilizing the situation As it now stands with forces in Lebanon and British forces in Jordan they apparently see no Prospect of any upset for the Irac regime which seized Power in a lightning revolt monday so far As Lebanon is concerned he Eisenhower administration is thinking in terms of keeping troops there for a period of weeks or months but not for years administration leaders Are still hopeful the United nations will agree to take Over responsibility or the Security of Lebanon against soviet backed efforts a managing n the View from the United Arab Republic of Egypt and Syria and aimed at subverting the Leb anese government the emergency British sir elegy conference covered the whole Range of Middle East prob cams aggravated by the overthrow of the iraqi govern Cal two problems appear to have been of primary concern to Lloyd and Dulles and their chiefs pics Dent Eisenhower and British prime minister Macmillan one Walshe possibility of coun Eraclio by the and the soviet Union to the Western troop Andins in Lebanon and Jordan he other was the possibility of moves initiated by Allied nations Turkey Iran and Pakistan move urged to head off War in East Geneva suggested As site of session by next tuesday Moscow Premier Nikita Khrushchev saturday night proposed a five Power Summit conference by next tuesday to head off War in the Middle East he suggested Geneva As the site but said he would go anywhere even to Washington Khrushchev noted that both the United Stales and Russia have Jal Omic Hydrogen and in econ Linen Al weapons and said however we consider that at this responsible hour it would be Viser not to bring the White hot atmosphere to a boiling Point separate messages Khrushchev sent separate invitation messages to the Heads of government of the United states Britain France and India and suggested chief Dag Harri Harskjold should attend Khrushchev outlined plan apparently would have the chiefs of government Call for an immedi ate standstill in the Mideast where troops Are in Lebanon and poised in Forward staging areas of Turkey and British forces Are in Jordan and posed on Cyprus and elsewhere the letters were delivered to the ambassadors of the four countries they were unceremoniously summoned to the soviet foreign min sly in Moscow at 10 the ambassadors were summoned so hurriedly that one Brit Ains sir Patrick Reilly appeared n a dinner Jackel some others were without neckties military court dooms traitor Nixon airs View american action saved lebanese Minneapolis a vice resident Nixon said saturday the government of Lebanon probably would have fallen like Hal of Iraq iad the United states waited for uni cd nations action before Send no troops to the Middle East we did not Lake it first to the j n because we had to act Beirut i a fireman Mili Ary tribunal saturday sentenced o death Louis de san belgian Consul general at Damascus Syria on charges of smuggling arms to lebanese rebels and instigating rebellion the court granted him permission to a peal de san was arrested by Leban Ese customs guards May 11 they said they found his car loaded wit i arms from Syria 1 depends on Britain the decision of peace or Khrushchev said in his tellers to Eisenhower arid Macmillan de pends on you he charged that the Western Powers had brought the world to the Brink of catastrophe in the Mideast the he said apparently referring to the British and american forces landed in Lebanon and Jordan Are playing with fire fire is always easier to Tarl than to Khrushchev said he is ready to meet any Day and any time the sooner the the soviet government is ready to meet at any place including Washington if for any Rea on Geneva or the capital of some Wilher Neutral country should not Uit the Wes Lorn thru sch cd said most important is not to delay nol to waste precious time for the uns have already started Khrushchev warned the Western Powers that the soviet Union pos cases ballistics rockets of All varieties including inter online Shotgun blast kills worker Easton map Oneal 37yearold farm labourer Vas killed today by a blast from i 12gauge Shotgun and Price charged a Cannery worker with murder sheriff Harold m Bowman said he murder charge was placed against John Spencer formerly of vow Bern n and like Kellam a resident of the Harris and Jar of Barracks East of Easton a development of shanties occupied mostly by migrant workers the sheriff said the iwo negroes iad lived Here about four years Oming b Maryland As migrants Cluarn originally was from Belle Lavon a sheriff Bowman said the shooing followed an argument the Ause of which was not explained a incr Dies Boston a Guy Gene do ois 74 world famed american Winter died Friday night Al his Deacon Strucel Home mystery woman witness to testify before probe Washington woman mystery witness has been placed j n Ducat is we Naci to protective wraps in rapidly our intelligence til she can testify before Senate investigators about Detroit labor racketeers chairman John l Mcclellan dark of the Senate rackets committee disclosing this Satur Ion showed there was a Chance hat if we didst move quickly Chanon would go the Way of Iraq if we had waited through the necessary discussions in the we might have been too Nixon told a group of Minnesota newspaper editors gathered Here for the Minneapolis Aqua Tennial summer festival he told a news conference car lick the soviet Union instigated fused to give any clue to her Idun Mcclellan announced he has Calls Chr catering her with harm if she Lesli fied the information she will testify Kennedy said will reflect adversely on the teamsters Union and on a company that has connections with the underworld the committee in a running feud with teamsters Union pres ident James r Hoffa has repeat Day night said the woman will idly accused Hoffa of conniving Lesliy at hearings starting Here wednesday on alleged lineups be with new York and Detroit labor racketeers to tween the teamsters Union an Power Hoffa Detroit hoodlums Mcclellan recharges bolster his Union has denied the and fomented the rebel uprisings Tity by of defense announced Saturn there was Seldom a time when if that happens and there Are in the Middle East Day night a Royal Marine com the associated press or two ugly incidents we May he said Howe Rotando unit has been ordered Toja late Model american Well for jct trying to live nor Hance of a and Al Obruk Libya 100 Niles invoked More than discussion of ally in this one Vetout there is now somewhat re protective custody of a Federal Pobe called West of Egypt its Power and make now when ran observer said saturday lice Agency because of Telephone Start in 40 witnesses for the committee counsel Robert f hearings he said they will pro ire said however Hal the Kennedy said the woman had vide part of the background for Chance of a shooting War breaking been spirited out of Detroit in the later sessions at which Hoffa will As a witness these will August

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