Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland 27 Jul 1958
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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - July 27, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather fair in humid huh 75tt fair tomorrow of com m six sections general feature society Cit area news sports comics family weekly vol 205 Frau Cumberland Maryland sunday july 27 1958 fam Price fifteen cents Battle erupts in Beirut Al Moon trip Outlook to be checked army Jupiter c blasts explorer in into outer space Cape canaveral Fla a biggest and most important satellite was hurled int orbit saturday its Job was to Tell if deadly radiation in outer space will Long delay mans greatest and to the Moon the army dependable work horse the Jupiter rocket blasted satellite explorer in into an unusual elliptical orbit tha will swing it Over the heavily populated Northern latitudes of the world including Russia the u s naval research Laboratory on the basis of preliminary information estimated explorer ivs distance from the Earth at the Low Point of its Orbi at Miles and Miles a the highest scientists had said earlier an Altitude Range of 120 to Miles would mean a four or five year life for the satellite they estimated that its Speed ranges at to depending on Altitude and one trip around the Earth takes approximately 112 the scientists expected to have More accurate estimates of these figures by sunday the first radio from explorer in gave information of cosmic rays expected later data from tracking stations in South America located under the High Point of the Early orbits to provide the first word on the mysterious radiation under study existence of the radiation which could be fatal to human space travellers was discovered by the first two explorer satellites they lacked instruments however to give a Complete picture explorer in was equipped for just one determine whether this radiation is just Mother big problem that can be licked in a Short time or whether it could kill for Many years mans dream of journeying to the stars or Wernher von Braun the German scientist who master minded the building of the Jupi Terc and 13 touring congressmen sent the 70footlong rocket blast off its launching pad at 10 est two and one half hours later the satellite had com Pletch one global round trip Kotiw three it joined three other satellites now whirling around the the soviet sputnik the explorer i and the navys Pound Vanguard or James Van Allen of the slate University of Iowa who developed the radiation measuring equipment in the explorer Satel Lites read the official ment in Washington that the new est Moonlit is orbiting it is expected he said to add greatly to knowledge of space radiation after the first explorers re ported they were being bombarded by intense radiation Van Allen expressed belief that these rays would not prove an insurmountable Barrier to human space travel middies return to by plane Washington up nearly 800 naval Academy midshipmen who took part in the 6th Fleet operation that put marines ashore in Lebanon were flying Back to this country this week end the command ers and the first midshipmen since the founding of Academy in 1845 to participate a troop Landing operation As part of an actual military Campaign toy soviet Sknlnik Marie in Milwaukee Al Bert 0 Trostel Milwaukee Tanner visited the world fair in Brussels recently he stopped at the russian exhibit and bought a miniature sputnik a toy version of the space satellite Back Home Trostel pried open the Foy to who kind of mechanism produced its beep beep he also discovered the whole thing was made in Switzerland destination orbit this powerful Jupiter c missile carrying explorer in on its nose that it thrust into orbit leaves the launching pad at the u s air Force missile Center at canaveral yesterday official air Force my photo fax Dulles joins Middle East London talks London a Secretary of state Dulles flew into London sat urday night to join officials of tour nations in a critical round of talks on the Middle East he came Here from Bonn where discussed the Mideast situation with West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer the Secretary looked grave As stepped from president Bowers personal at London Airport he smiled briefly As he Shook hands with foreign Secre tary Selwyn Lloyd and other officials Dulles refused to answer re porters questions but he read a prepared statement saying i am Happy to be Here to at end the meeting of the Baghdad pact Council the problems of the Middle East have grown in importance and its very important o have this group of countries get together i Hope of our talks we will gel Benefit Council in and agreement As to Low to Deal with these great prob Dulles decision to sit in on the Baghdad pact Council meetings moriday and tuesday was made after the july 14 revolt in Iraq taking part in the talks along with Dulles and Lloyd will be tur keys Premier Adnan mind Eros Ranian prime minister Meno cheer up bal and pakistani pre Mier Firoz Khan noon suicide Tower causing concern in German City Stuttgart Germany up Are becoming concerned about West Germany i ghost Structure the 692fool Tigh radio Tower Here which tas been nicknamed the suicide since being opened to the Public 7 months ago four persons have caped to their death from the Owers observation platform 492 get above the ground dec nuclear text v Washington atomic Energy commission said saturday a nuclear test detonation look place at 4 p m not at the eniwetok atoll the 14th detonation that has been announced since the hardtack nuclear weapons test series began at the eniwetok proving grounds fiery wreck kills two on up Railroad Imlay Nev violent collision of two Long Southern Pacific freight trains killed two men saturday and flaming Glycerine spread fire to 20 cars a 115car unit was entering the Imlay Yard when the fast mov no second train of 114 cars ploughed into the first one Engineer James w Baber of Sparks and George m Martinez of Reno Crew members of the second freight were killed Darrell Brake Man on Babers Crew was injured the Railroad said a three unit diesel pulling the second train was derailed and caught fire the Ca Joose on the first train was destroyed but trainmen on the Ca Joose apparently saw the other train in time to bail out none was injured a Glycerine car split open the solvent spread fire Over the ground and spread the flames to 19 other cars the Railroad said the other cars carried miscellaneous freight Yarboro Gli in Lead Over Rich opponent Dallas Tex up Liberal u s sen Ralph Yarborough running for renomination took an arly Lead saturday night Over his Only opponent Multi millionaire Cowboy William a Blakley in returns from a democratic Pri Mary election incumbent gov Price Daniel also running for renomination ook a Strong Lead Over three opponents Queen names child Prince of Wales Cardiff Wales up Qucen Elizabeth saturday named her on Prince Charles the Prince of Vales the Royal title last held by he present Duke of Windsor the 1yearold future King of Britain Icard the news himself Over the radio at his boarding school the Queen announced her Deci Sion in a tap recorded statement to thousands of welshmen attend ing the final Day of the Empire games in Cardiff the audience greeted the news with cheers and burst into traditional songs Prince Philip attended the lion of their son in his address he left that to the Queens re cording i intend to create my son can rfcs Prince of Wales she said when he is grown up i will present him to you at Caer this probably place for will not several years take Caernarvon is the traditional place of presentation and invest lure of princes of Wales h was there in 1301 that the first Brit ish Prince of Wales was named games in place of the Queen who the major became King Edward is suffering from sinusitis but hell before that there had been made no mention of the Welsh princes five missing in Reenland Westover base mass an Force Heli copter carrying five men crashed thursday on the Greenland ice Cap a twin engine amphibian that flew Over the scene reported no sign of life despite this report saturday night an eighth air Force in formation officer at Westover said the air Force would carry the men As missing until we get a ground party the copter out of Thule air Force base crashed 175 Miles East of Thule about 2 est thursday the information officer said he talked by radio Early saturday evening with col Bryson Bailey Wing commander at Thule and at hat Lime Bailey had not heard from a search party that left Bulc aboard tracked vehicles morning the helicopter was reported missing Friday morning on a recovery Mission those aboard the helicopter were identified As army it James a Alger Iii of the signal corps his wife mrs Mary Helen Alger lives in Washington 1st it Harry j Dewald Pilot Sarasota Fla 2nd it Eugene Sullivan Copilot on of or and mrs Tim Sullivan Oak Creek Colo s sgt John b Muslin flight Mechanic son of mrs Lena b Mustain Indianapolis ind John h Depew flight Mechanic whose parents Are Wil Iam c Depew it 1 Auburn and mrs Orleva Funk it 1 Avilla ind Khrushchev seen giving Green Light i soviet Boss reply expected soon for Summit sessions by William x Oatis United nations a delegates expressed belief saturday that soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev will give the final word by midweek Clearing Way for Summit meeting of the Security Council on the Middle East some Western sources said they believe Khrushchev answer to president Eisenhower latest note might Wrangle a bit but nevertheless give a godhead for Nec Essary preparations at the they expect this reply around wednesday would Contact they expressed the opinion that Secretary general Dag Hammar skjold then would begin consult ing Council delegates privately and that the 11nation Council it self would meet publicly next Fri Day or the following monday to decide the time place terms and participants for the High level they speculated that this High level meeting would Start Between aug 11 and aug is and last three or four Days one said it would seem that new York is the most convenient Khrushchev Eisenhower Brit ish prime minister Macmillan Anc Indian prime minister Nehru if he invited All have agreed to attend such a meeting the informants said they be Lieve French Premier de Gaulle also would agree eventually he would be president of the Council France will hold the presidency during August in the alphabetical rotation Khrushchev urgently proposed the Summit conference of those rive with Hammarskjold and prime minister Nehru of India a week ago later he accepted Mac Millans counter proposal for a Iii level meeting of the Security Council with no resolutions and no voting except by prior agree ment attend Khrushchev suggested Arab new satellite wont be seen with naked Eye Cambridge mass United states army newest satellite probably never will be vis Bio to the naked Eye and it will e Many Days and possibly weeks before it can be seen with the Aid of a Telescope in the United Stales or John White of the smithsonian Observatory charged with the visual tracking f satellites said the relation of he Orbital planes position to the suns position in space is such hat the satellite passes through he Twilight both morning and evening far to the South of he United states leaders also should be invited and called for discussion of the Mili tary conflict in the Middle East and especially the sending of rooms to Lebanon and British troops to Jordan Eisenhower replied that the Council should decide whom to in Vite he said the Agenda should cover not Only Lebanon and Jor Dan but far broader notably the jeopardy in which Small nations Are the Western Powers have charged hat the United Arab Republic is threatening to subvert the Leba Nese and jordanian governments Western informants at the said Khrushchev Quick with comebacks throughout the correspondence might answer Eison lower sunday night they added that it seems More Likely he would wait until around wednesday diplomats do not expect Hammarskjold to begin his talks until Khrushchev replies they look for things to move rapidly thereafter Strong earthquake re Gislerud on coast Seattle unusually Strong earthquake was registered Here saturday Frank Neumann seismologist for the University of Washington said the Shock began registering at he estimated the distance of the quake As Miles from Seattle the direction from Seattle was undetermined car victim Dies Leonardtown map state police said Charles Russell of Piney Point died saturday at St marys Hospital from injuries received when he was hit by a a Friday typhoon toll rises Tokyo up the dead and Nissinen from typhoon Alice climbed to 41 saturday Beauty Queens new miss universe 19yearold Luz Marina Zuloaga right of Colombia and miss United states 18year old Eurlyne Howell of Louisiana pose prettily for photographers yesterday at Long Beach Cal a Eugene Millikin 67 former Solon Dies Denver u s sen Eugene d Millikin 67 who served 16 years in the Senate As a Republican from Colorado died of pneumonia saturday under an oxygen tent Geneva urged by Degaulle for sessions Paris a Premier de Saulle proposed saturday night hat the Summit conference be iced in Geneva or in any country n Europe de Gaulle reiterated he was committed in principle to attend a Summit conference but wished t to be one prepared in Calm and with reason de Gaulle said replying to so Viet Premier Khrushchev a acceptance of a Summit conference at the United nations that Russia knows that the destiny of the Middle East affects in a direct manner that of All de Gaulle said the secur by Council apparently has been Mable to achieve a positive set learn a of the lebanese question and he was therefore prepared to proceed without delay in prepare Ion of a Summit conference he said the Summit conference plan in the Security Council Vam work accepted by Khrushchev would entail the attendance of All the Council members in Dia and the interested Arab states milk tank truck s lopped dumped Massillon Ohio late Highway patrol has reported tank truck was stopped in Vayne county late saturday and 500 Gallons of milk were dumped on the ground the incident apparently was connected with the strike by the Ohio Dairy Farmers bargaining in Northeast Ohio the milk truck was in route to he Superior Dairy in Canton when t was halted in his apartment his wife Delia a Stepson Karl c Schuyler or of Denver and other relatives were Athis bed Side Millikin became chairman of the Senate finance committee at the Start of the Eisenhower administration in 1933 he also was chair Man of the joint committee on internal Revenue taxation during the 83rd Congress this group made the first revision in 75 years of All Federal tax Laws Millikin had arthritis for a num apr of years and spent much of Lis time in a wheelchair rela Ives disclosed Friday night that in had pneumonia an had been placed under oxygen he was appointed to the Senate n 1941 by the Colorado governor Ralph l Carr after the death of sen Alva b Adams of Pueblo a Democrat Millikin was elected in 1942 to Complete Adams term then in 1944 was reelected to the first of to six year terms ill health led to his retirement in 1956 some Washington authorities in he Days after president Eisen Hower took office regarded Mil Ikin and the late sen Robert a Taft Ohio Republican As two of he senates most influential leaders Millikin was born at Hamilton 3hio feb 12 1891 and came to Colorado before College Days to seek Relief from a Catarrh ail ment he obtained his Law degree at University of Colorado in 1913 and first ventured into politics the following year As executive Secretary of the Colorado governor George a Carlson forces not in area of fighting lebanese Security units Battle with rebels in capital by Wilton Wynn Beirut Lebanon a gating broke out saturday night Between lebanese Security forces and opposition rebels near presidential Palace and govern men buildings in the heart of Beirut landed in Leb anon last week were not involved the Security forces and the rebels exchanged mortar and a Chint gun fire across Capitol Square where the Post office is located Small arms fire and the chattering of machine guns also Broka he quiet in the Minayeh Quarter just three blocks from the presidential Palace a building in area in the Zariff sector there was Small arms fire from three directions the associated press build no was in the Center of lines of fire Early reports said the Only casualty in of shooting was a girl wounded by a stray Bullet fighting also erupted at a strategically located rebel held Hill n Beirut Zei Danaya Quarter Security forces demanded that rebels withdraw from the Hill but they refused negotiations continued until late afternoon when firing broke out Theresa no immediate report on casual ties the outbreaks of fighting occurred distance from the areas where american forces Are stationed it was the heaviest fighting of the week in Beirut it broke As the Mideast area appeared to be settling Down after a crisis triggered by the july 14 revolt in Iraq the Swift arrival of troops in Lebanon and the Anding of British paratroops in Jordan the scheduled election of a Leb anese president next week held Lopes that would be re stored to the tiny nation and that would be withdrawn More enter but after the opposition nation Al front disclosed that rebel readers threat to Block the elec Ion has not been generally a roved More candidates jumped nto confused race for the presidency the opposition leaders said they May decide later whether to follow Saab salads Call for a Boycott of the election unless troops withdraw and presi Dent Gamille Chamoun quits first elsewhere the situation remained quiet the Only explosive note was a soviet broadcast warning Turkey o keep hands off the rebel re Gime in Iraq but turkish officials shrugged off the warning As propaganda they noted Turkey Al ready had assured its big neigh Bor it would make no move to create tension the volatile Arab states seemed o be marking time while Diplo Mats in the worlds capitals negotiated for a Summit conference on the Middle East at the United nations next month birth rate climbs London up the highest birth rate since 1949 and the Low est infant fatality rate Ever re film Mogul Warner Dies corded in Britain were registered in during the Quarter of 1958 ending1 Beverly Hills Calif Larry m Warner 76 one of four immigrant Brothers who parlayed a Small movie House into a Multi million Dollar film Empire is june 30 it was announced Friday Pioneer outer space airman Dies in crash of Jet plane he was a member of the select feet higher than any other hot Fox on Page 8 Edwards air Force base Calif Iven Kincheloe designated by the air Force As in the secrecy shrouded Rockot that he to be one of the Colin the Pioneer motion picture executive died at his Bel air homa Friday night of a coronary occlusion he had been president of Warner Bros studios for 30 years before he stepped Down in 1956 his death was the fourth within less than a year among Earl Day film who had made Holly Wood a household word around the team of air Force pilots training american plane has flown world the others were Louis b for nights into the fringe of space Kincheloe had said Many l Lasky and Harry one of the first pilots to Fly Els the x15 was described by the first men in Kincheloe space born in Detroit Eisenhower has round space was killed saturday in the crash of a Jet plane the ruggedly handsome space Pioneer who holds the american Kincheloe entered the air forc Jcarl his wife is expecting Anotol Gettysburg a up Secretary of the air Force As lived near the base with q step toward a manned wife and year old son Robert Altitude record of feet was from the air Roth program Atler child president Eisenhower saturday killed when his fi04 supersonic Jet Purdue University he received Kincheloe was a member of a played his first round of Golf since crashed shortly after taking wings at Williams air Force Threeman team of space pioneers Start of the Middle East crisis from this air base in the Mojave base in 1949 in Korea training to take the Els into the his same was a bit Rusty As a desert the air Force said he during 195152 Kincheloe flew 101 inky never never land on the result of the two week Layoff was 30 combat missions he completed fringe of space i the president and his son maj there were no other immediate the course in the school of Aero the others Are Scott Crossfield John Eisenhower showed up Early details on the crash Empire school of North american the Gettysburg country club Kincheloe was a Jet Ace of Tho Farnborough England and Joseph Walker senior and were off the de wet first tee korean War and an aeronautical in september he for the National advisory at the weather and mechanical Engineer a forerunner of the to committee for aeronautics was Clear and sunny
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