Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland
8 Jun 1958

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8 Jun 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - June 08, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather my Ocif it 7513 Cloudy mattered n six sections general feature society Cit area news sports comics family weekly vol 157 am saw Maryland sunday Junei 8 1958 Price fifteen cents expelled Nikolai Kur above third Secretary of the soviet embassy in Washington has been ordered expelled by the u s for attempting to buy secret Mili tary documents a photo lox red attache ordered out for spying says embassy Diplomat paid in trying for data r i Washington a the United states is expelling a rus Sian Diplomat on the grounds he paid an american citizen at least in an Effort to obtain secret military documents announcing the ouster order saturday the stale department said the soviet been warned More than a year ago hat this kind of spy activity would not be the Diplomat was identified As Nikolai 1 Kurochkin third Secre tary of the embassy got army manuals officials said Kurochkin did not obtain the secret documents he sought but got some Nonic Crit documents described As army manuals such manuals Are sold to the Public by the govern ment printing office the american was named by a Justice department official As Charles Theodore Beaumet 25 of nearby Arlington a Beaumet was described As a Magazine writer on military Nathan b Lenvin head of the Justice departments foreign agents registration Section said the department Learned Beaumet had been dealing with Kurochkin and notified Beaumet he was required to Register As foreign agent Beaumet did so in april and listed Kurochkin As Hii Prin Ciple Lenvin said paid him Beaumet told the Justice depart ment Lenvin said that Between september and december last year he gave Kurochkin about 25 non classic red training manuals and that the russian paid him about neither Beaumet nor Kurochkin could be reached for comment immediately Lenvin said the Justice depart ment planned no action against Beaumet the Fri declined comment but it was understood the Agency had kept an Eye on Beaumet for some time before discussing the Kurochkin matter with him vessels collide 3 feared dead Rotterdam nether lands gasoline loaded norwegian Tanker Artemis collided with a norwegian freighter in the Rotterdam Harbor Entrance saturday and burst into flame All shipping in the port was halted for a time one Man of the Artemis Crew of 42 died later of Burns two were missing army bares assessment of strength any assault would be against nato countries Washington up the army estimated that the soviet Union could hurl about two million highly trained ground i troops against Western in Europe in the event of an fallout i War i if a soviet attack should come it added it probably would be launched against North Atlantic treaty organization countries along two or three fronts in a new assessment of the soviet army the army said that Russia has failed to prove in the past three years that it has carried out publicly announced reductions in its military Man Power strength expanded in month it said soviet ground forces still number at least men and in event of War it added russian present 175 combat divisions would be greatly expanded within a the strength of the army is about men and 15 divisions this could be increased by some National guard and Reserve troops in time of emergency the american army which strongly emphasizes the need of planning for limited wars said the soviet threat includes the capability of Starling a major land War to be fought without re course to the use of mass destruction weapons like nuclear bombs Power a wild vary appointed John s Rice above of Gettysburg has1 been named by Pennsyl Vania gov Leader to be new Secretary of common wealth succeeding the late James a Rice served previously in leaders Cabinet As Secretary of prop erty and supplies a hot fax compromises to help pass Ike program defense Trade Aid changes due Bridges predicts Washington a sen styles Bridges Rah predicted saturday Congress will approve major parts of the adm Nistra Lions legislative program but probably not in the form presi Dent Eisenhower wants Bridges who Heads the Senate Republican policy committee said he believes compromises will necessary on Eisenhower de sense reorganization reciprocal Trade and foreign Aid requests he said a House Bill creating a civilian space Agency is Likely to be revised by the Senate he expressed the belief the administrations hol theline tax legislation May be approved without much change in different when Congress form finishes its child 29 months smokes Cigar ets occasional Cigar louisv1llb by Apiary mond Judd 29 months is a Pood boy the Only time he cries much is when his Cigar goes out Raymond has been smoking every bit of two Cigar cts a Day for More than a year says his Mother mrs Maude Judd and every now and then when f someone is passing them out Ray mond likes a Cigar the Only Trou we with stogies is their tendency if Russia were to initiate hostilities against nato forces in Western the army said its strength in each important sector would Range from to 1 million men the army also cited the Seele ments in today modern Sov Iet army combat division still retain the triangular Structure set up during world War ii while the u s army has converted to an atomic age pc Tomic division of five combat groups strides in development of a Supply system for the soviet army Mobile forces antiaircraft vital areas of Russia Are defended by antiaircraft mis Siles communist party and its youth league provide 86 per cent of soviet army and Navy Leader ship element of Surprise has recently been Given added the most significant change in soviet ground forces since world War ii the army said has been the great improvement in mobility and fire Salan rules Algeria Junta Algiers a the algerian revolutionary Junta saturday put itself without condition or Reserva Tion under the authority of Gen Raoul Salan he is the Man named by Premier do Gaulle to be civil Ian and military Boss of Algeria a spokesman for the algerian committee of Public safety said the n e t w o r k of committees throughout Algeria now will work for the integration of souls As directed by do Gaulle the committee met under Para troop Gen Jacques Massu to draw up its new plan of action in line Wilh do Gaul Les orders the commit pcs unqualified expression of support came As i ji0tors a spark plug division has frenchmen and moslem began a developed a paging device with great reappraisal of algerian Futi Klish possibilities its an electronic system using a Small radio receiver carried in the breast pocket of shirt or suit Coal instead of receiving voice signals the receiver vibrates in the pocket a says it is especially useful in Industrial plants and Large enclosures where other sounds inter Fere with Public address systems work i believe that most of the major measures proposed by the president will be he said in an interview but i am afraid some of them Are not go ing to be in a form entirely pleas ing to on defense reorganization Bridges said he is convinced that Eisenhower will lose out in his demand that the secretaries of the armed forces and the chiefs of staff be barred from appealing to Congress if the Secretary of de sense transfers functions from one service to another there is no question that the right of the secretaries and joint chiefs to come to Congress will be Bridges said one of Eisenhower has listed his de sense reorganization plan As originally proposed As one of four major mat ters on which he says he wants congressional action in a conference with a group of gop House members Friday Eisenhower also urged enactment of the foreign Aid and reciprocal Trade programs he called for a reasonable Atli Lude on and preces Sion measures reiterating his opposition to general tax cuts and any Large scale Public works pro Gram pm announces Vibrator device for paging Job Flint Mich a general lure now apparently locked in the firm hands of do Gaulle to go out and that makes Raymond cry got into the habit his Mother said smoking might present a problem she left a Bigarel lying on an Ash Iray one Day when sheer Bell signals Lur cd around there was Ray mond puffing away mrs Judd says Raymond raids her cig arct pack now and then he likes filters Best she says but dad smokes the no filter Type raymonds vocabulary Doest include very Many words but you can be sure Cigar and cig arct Are Well known the device operates Al frequencies below radio broadcasting sys tems each receiver is transistor izod and Battery operated a total of 380 receivers can be operated from each master control console knockout blow due Jakarta Indonesia government was reported de Gaul Les unification bid backed French Cabinet endorses moves made in Algeria Paris Cabinet ral lied saturday behind Premier Charles de Gaul Les drive for French Unity endorsing decisions he made on his dramatic peace making flight to Algeria de Gaulle pushed through a cab inet decision promising local elections in Algeria in about a month he told the Ara berber Popula Tion that in these elections they would have equal votes with the French population for the first time in history the ministers further under scored their bid for support of the Ara berber masses by agreeing an algerian moslem should be brought into the Cabinet for the first time de Gaulle also gently but firmly began to slap Down the righting Public safety committees that swept to Power in de Gaul Les name and Are reluctant to sur Render their authority despite his Speed and obvious determination the generals prob lems were staggering and he made his Maneu vers with the Cau Tion of a military commander feel ing out a fortified line de Gaulle called his Cabinet to his official residence where he set up housekeeping saturday morning and reported on the three Day algerian trip that ended Friday night de Gaul Les scholarly information minister Andre Malraux said his chief had returned to France convinced that his presence was and berbers As a guarantee of equal Ity Malraux said de Gaulle is con Vinced of the loyalty to the government of the army which fully supported the May 13 insurrection of the French colonials in Algeria fifth talker eyes record of 32 hours Fayetteville n c i Brewer 20yearold store clerk left her Job saturday morning hurried Home to change to comfortable Bermuda shorts and started talking she Hopes to continue talking at least until est sunday to equal the Marathon speech rec Ord of 32 hours and 10 minutes set earlier saturday in Fayette Villes Tal Kathon by mrs Verna York mrs York 24yearold House wife simply ran out of things to talk about and called a halt at sponsors of the Competition which offers the Winner Worth of prizes hustled Over to the store where i was at work and notified her that her turn had come by she was at the microphone in the electric appliance store where the Tal Kathon has been in Progress since last Mon Day morning Shes the fifth of six Fayette Ville women scheduled to com Pete the last mrs Faye Williams 22 went to bed during the afternoon hoping to get some rest before being called mrs York talked about love songs mental health movie stars washing clothes dental health pets Robinson Crusoe and organized House cleaning among other Egan weds to actor Rich Ard Egan and to actress Patricia Hardy leave the Church after their wedding in san Francisco yesterday they were married by the grooms brother Rev Willis Egan head of the theology department at the University of san Francisco the Bride 26 is the daughter of or and mrs William Washington new a photo fax rebels dealt heavy blow in Lebanon Security forces encircle band 10 to 50 said slain Beirut Lebanon a Leb anese Security forces fought a Day Vonjj Battle saturday Wilh rebellious opposition forces in North Lebanon first reports said the Security forces scored a decisive Victory one report said Between 40 and 50 insurgents were killed another said 10 insurgents were killed and 30 wounded Security forces encircled a band of 800 to insurgents at Jebel Tarbel Northeast of Tripoli the North Lebanon seaport where the opposition uprising against the pro Western government of Percsi Dent Ramille Chamoun broke put 29 Days reports reaching Beirut said Security forces used warplanes to blast the insurgents several Battles have been fought in this area in the last few weeks the insurgents led by druze Leader Shibli aryan have been holding out in the Akar Vicinity since the Start of the crisis the insurgents have several times attempted to Force their Way Down the mountains to encircle Tripoli and join forces with opposition Leader Raschid Karami in Beirut two bombs exploded today neither caused serious damage state demo conclave set Baltimore sen Mary l Nock of Wicor Hico county was announced saturday night As temporary chairman of the Maryland democratic convention to be held Here tuesday the announcement from j Mil lard taws the party candid ate for governor said mrs Nock is exp Clad to make one of the conventions major t Barton Harrington chair Man of the democratic state Central committee will be per manent chairman of the Conven Tion things in her March to the title new data on space Russia science groups claim new discoveries Posie picker Pines fit pen Chicago we Bernaugh is no Bug about Flowers but his sweetie loves pm so he went Flower gather ing six policemen took an he Terest and when Bernaugh explained his romantic purpose the officers agreed the mint was commendable but they him into the Hoose Gow anyway he had plucked the posies from Flower boxes in front of Central police Headquarters Turk cypriot mob attacks greek sector Nicosia Cyprus ish cypriots attacked the greek cypriot Quarter saturday night smashing and burning property after a bomb shattered a turkish consulate office the violence erupted on the Bor Der dividing the two groups within the ancient walled outside the Walls a turkish cyp riot mob attacked a bus carrying britons and tried to Lurn Over automobiles at least two girls were Hurt by stones and shattered Glass explosions heard throughout All the City accompanied the clashes turkish cypriots have been demonstrating against an sex peeled British announcement that would bar partition of the Embate Between the 80 per cent greek speaking population and the 20 per cent turkish speaking minority greek cypriots have been carry ing on a violent Campaign for years to gain Complete inc Pond nce from Britain and form a Politica Union with Greece turkish cypriots and the turkish govern mint favor either continued Brit Ash Rule or a distinct partition of the Mediterranean Island Crown Colony Moscow a russian Sci the Pacific is Miles at a Cnoc saturday claimed a whole Point North of the Marquesa is of hmm i or Range of gains three Miles High under the Pacific to new information outer space police operator of Speed trap gets Fine Charleston a Hoof Francis Bass of nearby Cedar Grove who said he of crated a Speed trap was fined saturday for speeding the Speed trap a four Lane states slow to join jobless plan emergency Relief accepted by some including Maryland Washington states Little inclination to Rush into the Eisenhower admin emergency unemployment Relief program president Eisenhower has asked Congress for to finance the the As sumption that All states will come into it and that eligible unemployed will draw additional benefits for an average of 8v4 weeks an associated press Survey shows that some states definitely plan to sign Friday became the first state to do that some want no part of the program a great Many More dont know what they Are going to do a number will reach decisions in the next few Days the greatest pressure to length in the period of payments Natur ally has built up in states with big populations and comparatively heavy unemployment in addition to Pennsylvania governors of six states already have taken Steps or probably will toward participation in the pro Gram the states new York Michigan Massachusetts Rhode Island Minnesota Maryland and Indiana Connecticut has extended its period of jobless payments without Federal Aid Ohio and Illinois also May use their own Reserve funds instead of obtaining Federal Loans and possibly the Michigan legis lature will take this course briton sees conferences As informal de Gaulle to be kept informed of accords relations harmonious Washington a British time minister Harold Macmillan Lew into Washington saturday to Alk Over with president Eisen Power such world issues As the French political crisis and a pos sible Summit conference with rus a Macmillan characterized the sessions As informal talks with tie president an old acquaint Ance relations Between Washington and London Are generally More harmonious than in recent years but officials said they expect Macmillan in conferences starting monday to urge Eisen Hower to endorse increased West Ern Trade with the soviet o move As rapidly As possible Oward a Summit conference and 0 strengthen Western machinery or waging the economic cold War to inform de Gaulle both British and diplomats indicated Premier Charles de 3aulle of France would be in formed about the discussions and whatever understandings Are reached there was speculation Macmil an might Fly to Paris after the Washington talks another Possi Mility was that Eisenhower and Macmillan would publicly declare their interest in meeting de Aulle when he has time arrived in Jet liner Macmillan came from London aboard a new Britannia Jet prop Airliner accompanied by his wife and a party of 12 a faulty engine forced the plane to turn Back u London Friday Mac Millan reached Washington about three hours behind schedule Secretary of stau it Dulles will sit the first meeting with monday Dulles who arranged private dinner at his Home saturday night or the prime minister and lady Dorothy Macmillan met the plane Lere talk importance Macmillan and he then engaged n the familiar diplomatic game of talking Down the importance of the meeting if nothing much is accomplished such a preliminary s supposed to reduce disappoint ment if some important decision s made officials can claim it was planned that Way All along Macmillan said his chief Pur pose in coming Here make a pilgrimage to my mothers state he will speak at de Pauw University at Green Castle sunday ump endorses Marland Byrd Washington withe United mine workers journal said rep Robert c Byrd and a gov Wil Liam c Marland were endorsed As Senate candidates at two mass meetings of ump District 17 members in West Virginia Byrd and Marland arc Candi dates for democratic nomination or the full term and Short term Senate seats respectively at stake in the West Virginia elections this year plane course Rule adopted Washington a new a ions aimed at preventing air col visions were announced saturday y the civil aeronautics Board the cab said it had adopted a new Rule under which planes Fly no Between and feet would be assigned courses at Stag gered altitudes above feet he cab said greater separation would be provided to offset in creased errors in altimetry at those Heights the new Rule becomes effective aug 15 in All u s and territorial air space University receives age Grant Washington a the atomic Energy commission sat urday announced in Grants to 41 colleges and universities the Money will finance expansion of facilities for training nuclear scientists and engineers others receiving Grants included one of to the univ cars Lily of Maryland Slayer asks forgiveness just before his execution Section of u running past Point of the Kirkham had declined to ask for group 740 Milesic Dar Grove caused the Comfort during his final and the claims came in a report on soviet teams for the International geophysical year operating All Over the world v a Trio Skaya Secretary of the soviet Ign com Mittee made the report in him Tahiti in the South Bass picked up James Pacific Trio Skaya says the depth Lione o Chesapeake and Robert am of Marmet last May 13 for speeding the two were the Hangman s noose r Lite lift that fire hour she had at surges which makes photographs at Miles the team found diff rent cars world in Cristi was in another car Ron Coxe but Trotskaya did not Clab Scaglione said and he stopped orate he also save the of usic told us to follow actions that he should be remorse jul for the slaying of Frame and russian Magazine his last words were the first of mrs Ruth Webster 38 during a remorse he had uttered publicly Holdup aug u Kirkham since he was condemned to die for the murder of grocery clerk never was tried for mrs web David Frame 50 stars death in him to City Hall and on the Way Otner wisc Kirkham Kirkham saw a movie with his of Jinx Rait to Wilnus him Inuvik clocked him doing Between 65 to hardcase rep parents ate pizza and ice Cream the work of Foo rus is cads of More than 42 feet a station he had striven so care and bade the parents Farewell just Uwi ining Roncaglioni said that he to build during two year before Midnight then with an an discovered the As for Antarctic research swore out a warrant i enc of prison guards Chap Ocean he says they gathered enough Copic of avs later against the tvs asked god to forgive Lains and some newsmen he spent for speeding Kirkham told sheriff George the night jovially classical i Beckstead through the Black Hood piano music and cracking Maca thai shrouded his head and should re jokes about his impending iders a execution n

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