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1 Jun 1958

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1 Jun 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - June 01, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather fitly Clwyd worm humid with tomorrow High mar m Cloudy mild tomorrow six sections general Cit area news sports comics family weekly vol 150 str Wea Cumberland Maryland sunday june 1 1958 aug cwt fran Price fifteen cents de Gaulle to disclose program v v awaits t f reaction to Hope tears voiced As Degaulle slated to regain control by John m Hightower officials watched saturday witha mixture of Hope and fear the relentless return of Gen Charles de Gaulle toward supreme authority in France the fear it thai while de Gaulle regime May resolve the immediate crisis in France it May Lead to new crisis Between France and with in the North Atlantic Alliance the Hope is that de Gaulle will use his strongman position to re form Frances unstable Parlia Mellary system solve the Alger j problem and do All this with out endangering the pattern of co opera Tio within the framework of nato seen dominating talks the Impact of the French crisis and de Gaulle policies on the future of the Atlantic Alliance and Western relations with Russia probably will dominate talks scheduled Here soon Between american and West German Lead ers and then Between president Eisenhower and British prime minister Macmillan German president t h e o d o r Heuss is due Here wednesday accompanied by foreign minister Chin Richton Brentano next weekend prime minister Macmillan will come for a round of talks on questions will have to be considered in the Uncertain Light of future French policies evidence of How potentially dangerous the situation is was found in dispatches from Europe to the effect that Frances Economy is bordering on bankruptcy these reports took stale department officials by Surprise and some Felt the situation could not be that bad French diplomats however con firmed that the Hopes held in Jan uary for Frances financial recovery have not icon realized then the United states joined european allies and International agencies in arranging credits and assist Ance valued than 655 Mil lion dollars that was supposed to get the French Economy Back on its feet but evidently has failed coincidence unfortunate the coincidence of the financial squeeze and the political crisis is extremely unfortunate so far As Washington can judge the combined effect is toward a resurgent French nationalism the fact is however that the worst misgivings Felt Here about de Gaulle Are from past history rather than any up Odate information he is a Complete question Mark no one seems to have a Clear idea what the 67year old general will do they like de youths Riding car painted with the Cross of Flash the Victory sign during demonstrations for and against Gen Charles Degaulle in Paris during his bid for Power a photo fax via radio from Paris new Orleans ends Barrier new Orleans sat Side by Side with White people on Public buses and Street cars saturday for the first time in this cites Long and turbulent history there was no reported violence the City of Mardi gras seemed to accept mixing of the races in Public transportation with Calm you could feel the awareness of persons of both races some people resented the court ordered change in their lives unknown persons showed their resentment by burning an eight foot wooden Cross soaked with Karo scene during Friday night on the Lawn of dist judge j Skully Wright who signed the order end ing bus segregation frugal pastor asks everybody bring shovels Toronto a the Rev Hugh Macdonald wants his entire presbyterian congregation out sunday for groundbreaking Cere monies for their new Church and soviet Boss agrees to test ban Parley Washington Eisenhower received a letter from soviet Premier Khrushchev today reportedly agreeing to a prompt Start of scientific talks on ways to police any ban on nuclear tests Eisenhower had proposed to Khrushchev a week ago talks be opened in Geneva Switz Erland by mid june he suggested that the Western Side be rep resented by scientists from the United Stales Britain and France Khrushchev reply was consid ered by officials Here to mean that the meeting of soviet and Western experts will get under Way within the next two weeks the letter was Given to under Secretary of state Christian her tar by ambassador Mikhail a Menshikov the state department said it was being translated and sent to the president though the message was not made Public it was considered to be a positive reply from the Point of View of american interest in trying to work out ways of enforcing a moratorium on testing Success in the technical talks could Lead to an East West agree ment for test suspension Eisen Hower has received re commend Lions for such a decision from Secretary of state Dulles and his science advisor or James r Killian or he probably will Rule in favor of the recommendations in the next few weeks the soviet government announced earlier this year that it would hold no More nuclear tests but reserved the right to reverse its position unless the United states and Britain followed the russian example the United states and Britain nevertheless went ahead with planned experiments and the tests now under Way in the Pacific will not be completed until some time in the summer Nixon on vacation Washington my vice president Nixon is taking a quiet we Klong vacation at is Cather nes Island a out of reach of telephones we and Cut reach Accord on contract Washington a the Western Union Telegraph co and the commercial Teleg Raphers Union agreed in principle late slur Day on a new contract averting the threat of a nationwide strike a company spokesman said the agreement still to be formally drawn and ratified by the Union Calls for a 6ccntsanhour across the Board wage increase effective june 1 and an additional 5 cents an hour effective sept 1 1958 the Inion on thursday had reduced its wage increase demands from 18 to 16 cents an hour the workers involved now average 81 an hour j l Western Union vice president said one of the major demands of the Union was to eliminate social Security from consideration in computing com Pany pensions he said the Union gave up that demand and in turn the company agreed to base pensions on an average of rate of pay for the last five years of work previously pensions have been based on an average of the Basic pay Over 10 years Wolffs population to double by 1998 United nations n y the worlds population is expected of double in 40 years if it keeps on growing at the current rate the prediction is made on the basis of figures in the 1957 demographic yearbook published saturday night new record for Holiday toll feared traffic mishaps Lead death list exceed 1955 Rale by the associated traffic 208 drownings b7 miscellaneous 4 total 318 Holiday celebratory died in traffic mashups at a rate faster than one every 15 minutes saturday the death toll soaring at record Speed prompted safety officials to plead for More caution the memorial Day Observance opened the full Panorama of Sud Den death on the ing single and multiple death car car car truck and train car Colli Sions the four biggest crack ups snuffed out a total of 21 lives the death rate pushed Wel ahead of that set in 1955 when a record High traffic toll of 369 was counted for a three Day Memoria Day weekend it outdistanced an Advance estimate made by the National safety Council Dearborn Imam plea unless somebody slams on the brakes Good and hard the nation is headed Al time High in Highway Slaughter Over a memo rial Day said Ned h Dearborn safety Council presi Dent we Appeal to the Good sense of the Drivers to slow Down this needless death if for no other reason than it you and your family in Accident fatalities spurted at the Start of the Holiday period dropped off Friday night and then went into an ominous climb sat urday that safety officials called alarming the traffic death toll by late saturday was More than 50 ahead of the casualties counted during the same Holiday hours in record year 1953 seven perished in a flaming car truck collision on a narrow Bridge near Ranger in North Centra Texas four of the seven victims burned to death and two others were hurled from their smashed vehicles the pavement was Slick with rain ignored Speed warning another fiery Headon collision killed six persons at mount ver non one of the victims was a Driver who had been warned about speeding shortly before the other five died in the flaming wreckage of the second car a fast freight rammed into a stalled Auto containing three per sons while a fourth Man was attempting to push it from the tracks at a crossing in Perdido Ala All four were killed four teenage boys perished when their Auto collided with a truck on the outskirts of Smiley in Southern Texas an associated press Survey made for comparative purposes showed 294 persons were killed in traffic accidents during the 78 hour no Holiday period from g thursday May 15 to mid night sunday May 18 the holi Day period covers the same hours newest fastest bomber said obsolete already fort Worth Tex spectacular Delta Wing b58 Hustler the air forces newest and fastest bomber is still Only in final testing stages but Gen c s Irvine air Force Deputy chief of staff for mater Al said Here in a speech California primary to take v National spotlight tuesday by n Harold Oliver Washington a Cali fornia Montana and South Dakota Lipold primaries tuesday with no big upsets expected politicians however will be watching with great interest the Neal vote for governor and scan or piled up by californian Cross filing Candida los also on tuesday is a Runoff error Only two incumbents preps Thomas a Jenkins who withdrew after the ballots were printed and Noble j Gregory Day have been Defeated candidates for 2 Senate seats 34 House memberships and 2 governorships will be chosen tues Day anal pm wih novels n do Craic Primar in Alabama he wants them win in California sen William f has no party opposition hand none of this business of one dignitary turning Over a sym Bolic shovel Ful of Earth body digs in remarked the my ister a scotsman if the con to decide whether states Righter Syfor gop nomination for gov or party regulars control the stale Cranor att gun Edmund g democratic party machinery ingrown has Only a Token opponent solved is the controversial party for the Mem Coralic no Malion to trial nomination from mayor loyally oath oppose Knowland in november George Christopher of san fran one Foith of the 48 Stales have both have Cross filed Umer stat Cisco knights backers Are pre labels thus Brown and Knowland will be attempting to Roll up the highest possible aggregate vote for a Halver psychological advantage this might have in the november balloting democrats outnumber republicans in registration to a vote of Between 55 and 65 per cent of the total registration of a primary record is forecast gov Goodwin j Knight is favored to win the Republican s their last respects Donald t Rudolph medal of Honor Winner from Minne apis places a plaque to the unknowns on a stand Between the two new crypts yesterday As a last tribute of the Honor guard at the tombs of the unknowns in Arlington National cemetery Honor guard was composed of medal winners Auto worker Hope waning on new pact Detroit a the United Auto already working without a contract at general motors conceded saturday there was ittle Chance of reaching agree ment with Ford and Chrysler be Ore those contracts Sun Day Midnight Law bargaining teams met with Ford and Chrysler and pre pared for a final session sunday in efforts to win new contracts or Day today Extension of old ones Ford and Chrysler As did Gen eral motors have stood firm on an offer to extend the expiring three year contracts for two years with about 16 cents in wage in creases spread Over that time a to production workers now aver age hourly Gas contract with the Law ran out thursday Midnight Cav ing pm workers without a Law contract for the first time in 21 years pm turned Down a Union re quest for Extension of the old con tract on a temporary a new pact is worked out it seemed Likely Ford and Chrysler also would refuse an Extension but company spokesmen said 2 decision would not by made uni the final hours of the contract Law sources conceded it appeared Likely Ford production workers who have been Cov ered by Law contracts since 1941 would lose that Protection sunday night a similar situation faced Chrysler workers who have been represented by the Law since 1937 storms Rake West states by the associated frets violent weather developed he Central Plains saturday turbulence developed in a col Ision of dry Cool air from the North and a warm moist front pressing northward from the in Lulf coast High winds blinding rain across parts of Power lines and storms and hailstones up to eight inches in circumference swept Iowa toppling Trees in some areas and causing thousands of dollars damage Flash flooding of creeks and felled Trees closed Many highways May save excavation turns on migh Sod nominating primaries so far Law allowing candidates to vie for dieting he will excavation Senate House and gov votes under both major party vote on both tick top know lands tickets thousands pay last homage to Chicago prelate Chicago w thousands Laid solemn siege to the holy name saturday they stood in the hot Noonday in four and five abreast in a Ine three blocks Long they waited their turn to enter he Church and walk past the Bier l Samuel Cardinal Stritch once inside the Cathedral the people split info a double file and ook a last look at the Man Vas the spiritual Leader of the Chicago Arcurio Cess roman two million of 18 years soviet envoy prefers girls soviet ambassador Dmitri Chuva Hin visited the Montreal International Trade fair and was asked to pose for a Pic lure beside a Model of first u s Earth satellite he agreed but reluctantly and gave this explanation i dont like those things take a photo of some pretty girls Honor guard pays tribute to unknowns Washington w the medal of Honor soldiers who bore the caskets of the unknowns to their crypts in Arlington Cem Clery memorial Day paid them a final tribute in a quiet ceremony sat urday morning m sgt Donald t Rudolph of Minneapolis representing the 19 men who participated in the rites As pallbearers placed their own personal plaque on a stand Between the two new crypts where the bodies of the unknowns of world War ii and the korean War now rest members of the joint Honor guard which watched Over the bodies presented arms and maj Gen John Van Houten com Mander of the Washington Mili tary District saluted with the pallbearers As Rudolph stepped Forward with the plaque Only a handful of Early morn ing visitors in the cemetery witnessed the scene the plaque later was placed in the Arlington cemetery trophy room for safekeeping fugitive shot Dies i Washington Hospital Washington i James t Houston 30 shot in the neck last sunday by a Mongo Mary Conn y policeman after a Chase nto Washington from Chevy 2hasc died Friday night in a Washington Hospital Houston a former convict was shot by pvt James e Lee lost girl 11 found asleep after Days Rainy River ont wet an shivering Days in tangled Bash country a found sleeping behind a fall tree saturday brought out of the wilderness into her mothers arms 11year old Carol Johnson said she on grass during her we Klong fight with i was praying said ice Mother mrs Walter Johnson i had Faith i would Sec her again even though the rest thought so was Carol was found sleeping along a Bush Road while a search parly of 500 volunteers exerted a Fina Effort to locate her saturdays Hunt was to have seen the last of a week of slosh ing through the dense undergrowth at the Eastern end of the Lake o the Woods North of Rainy River a Minnesota Canadian Boundary Community Carol disappeared last slur Day her Mothe thought at the time the Natur Elov no girl had followed a forint the Woods i was just going out to find daddy Carol told he Mother at the Rainy River hos Pital where she was taken for observation Hospital attendants said Caro apparently suffered no 511 effect other than scratches she was we and cold but otherwise unharmed her Mother said Teace walkers to meet in Washington a groups of self styled walkers for peace converged on the National capita from two directions saturday to protest the production and testing of nuclear weapons one started from joins saturday afternoon at a souls unitarian Church with one which started Winchester a they Wal Nimax their protest sunday by wanting i front of the White House for two hours Lawrence Scott coordinator for the March said he expects 350 to be on hand Young Mother held in armed a robberies Birmingham Ala a ois cd and Friendly suburban Lousy wife with two children and another child expected in Novom or a woman Bandit the Fri says she is mrs Kathryn Anderson 2fl her disband and Many friends and neighbors say that she is not thai he be mrs Anderson is accused of robbing two savings and loan As Oci Alion offices of at pistol Point in less than three months the woman who staged the robberies was bold the offices arc Only three doors apart and just the Fri swung into action tar inc feb 28 Holdup because de posits of the savings and loan associations Are federally insured agents must have redoubled their efforts after the second robbery May 22 mrs Anderson was arrested six Days later the tall blonde woman was taken h custody at her Home in an attractive new suburb she was charged with the robberies after being identified As the Bandit by three employees of the two firms self controlled during her arraignment and a Brief slay in jail across the Street and in full View until Bond was made she of police Headquarters in Home fainted info the arms of Hor Hus Vood a Birmingham suburb band when she was released parliament Bauo due on Premier will proclaim his Cabinet program at session of Assembly by Relman Morin Paris Charles at Aulle triumphant after weeks of powder Keg Maneu Werings in Al Eria and francs agreed Satur Lay night to become Premier and ring a soldiers discipline to the Ong paralysed government de Gaulle announced he will dress the National Assembly person sunday to proclaim his program and his Cabinet the parliament then will vote on to confirm him the balloting appeared on y a formality political assured de Gaulle saturday or a majority in the 595 Assembly votes the total approving his appointment i expected to be be Ween 320 and 360 v notifies president Coty de Gaulle formally notified resident Rene Coty saturday night of his agreement to form a new government their half an hour then they emerged from Cotys pose for photog Raphers for two both were smiling broadly a rarity for he usually Ston faced de Gaulle u Over Coty massed on the of Elyse Palace we now have a the Gaul Esaid nothing toyed with his glasses and looked straight talked in Low tones with Cotov for a moment to his other officials laughing and shouting began shaking hands on the Palace Steps two government aides threw their arms around each other in an exuberant embrace the news spread swiftly through Paris but brought no rep the disorders that out in the heart of Paris Friday night when enemies of de Gaulle clashed with his supporters Coty intervened at Elysee pal Ace when police started to Chase he reporters and photographers from the Steps let them he said now we can relax they have been waiting a month and a half it is now up to the National Assembly to Coty added of course i cannot anticipate the outgoing Premier Pierre a Flint in announced earlier the Assem by would be summoned to meet sunday de Gaulle cleared the last political Roadblock on this anxious Day when a Strong bloc of social St deputies swung behind him the socialists had been the key Stone of the Assembly opposition to his takeover the expected Assembly vote of 320 to 360 votes supporting the Anky world War ii hero would be More than enough for a Sim ple majority in the Assembly would be satisfied one of his spokesmen Tod re porters massed around i Gaul Lea Lotel Headquarters in Paris thai he general would be satisfied with this figure he originally asked for pledges of 400 votes thus after 12 years out of of ice and living in an atmosphere f enigmatic silence that he rare y broke be grand Charles Tood ready to take command again in France he was head of a provisional government formed during world Var ii and resigned in a Dis agreement Over the present Constitution in 1946 de Gaulle told political Jeader t the morning meeting he would ring the French insurgents in Al Cria Back into line and restore continued on Page 2 col 5 envoy meets Luss Leader London a Ambas ador Llewellyn Thompson met soviet foreign minister an Sci Gromyko in Moscow Satur Ayio discuss the projected East Fet Summit conference Moscow Adio reported the meeting in no Brief paragraph during the conversation ques on connected with the calling a Summit conference were Dis the broadcast said Thompsons Call on Gromyko three Days after British ambassador sir Patrick Reilly a opened the diplomatic exch inc s in Moscow after a three week ill

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