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22 Jun 1958

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22 Jun 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - June 22, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weat Kert Sec sections Anekal Fetuu Mctroy Citta Kea news 8poet8 comics family weekly vol 171 Cumberland Maryland sunday june 22 1958 Price fifteen cents Little Rock Tiomi District judge sets year plan y would bar negroes Little Rock Ark the Public interest including the both negro and White dist judge Harry j Lemley of Hope saturday granted Central High school a breathing spell from racial Inte Gration Veteran Arkansas Jurist granted a school Board request for a of its gradual plan for Public school de segregation under Lemley ruling the seven negro students still enrolled at Central at the end of the past school year would be barred from the High school this Appeal Wiley Branton of Point Bluff at Torney for the National for advancement of coloured peo ple filed notice of Appeal Here and asked in motion that Lemley Grant a stay of execution of his order until the Appeal it Beard to higher court Lemley granted a hearing stay of motion for monday the Appeal would be heard a eighth circuit court of appeals in St Louis orral Aubut whote a guardsmen last september turned away seeking to in Central commented the negro citizens of the com to Unity would do we to accept to Days ruling which Wal do much to repeat Ablah the Normal and Friendly relation which prevailed Here before k not a final settlement of Titita problem but it can prove a peaceful inter the shool Board Lavt feb 98 asked the Federal District court to suspend integration at Central High school until mid semester 1961 on the grounds that incidents and tensions stemming from the the negro students had adversely affected the educational process the Board said i could Aee to improvement in the situation if the negroes were permitted to re turn this fall Lemley 74 heard the Case Here june 35 in reaching his decision Lemley wrote in a 35page Opin Ion the importance of maintaining education standards today is certainly no less than it has been in Pior years in fact it is More urgent and while the negro Stu dents at Little Rock have a per Sonal interest in being admitted to the Public schools on a nondiscriminatory basis As soon As practicable that interest is Only one Factor of the equation and must be balanced against the Public in Terest including the interest of All students and potential Atu Denu there is also another Public in Terest involved namely that of eliminating or at least ameliorating the unfortunate racial strife and tension which existed in Little Rock during the past year and Tom 18 years eighteen years ago Ellen Rubacky of Passaic n and James Tobin of Rutherford were brought together by Chance when they were asked to pose for a Valen tines Day feature picture they were strangers then but recently Rubacky sister moved next door to the Tobin family the Tobins dug out the bid picture and on this past Valentines Day Ellen end James were introduced they have announced their engagement and reenact the feature Story above fresh gop fight rages ave radars White House denies successor Hunt As Nixon urges Calm Washington fresh Republican demands arose Satur Day night for the ouster of presi Dent Eisenhower chief aide be cause of what National democratic chairman Paul Butler blasted As the Sherman Adams the White House be Hind Adams denying reports that Eisenhower is looking around for a successor to his no 1 assistant vice president Richard Nixon who May become the party Standard 1960 counselled fellow republicans to take it easy and quit fighting among them selves Senate to face schedule in Home stretch decision said disappointing Newark a Roy Wilkins executive Secretary of the National Assn for the advancement of coloured people said saturday suspension of school Inte Gration at Central High school Little Rock would be a set Back and a disappointment commenting on saturdays court decision which postponed school integration until 1961 Wilkins said the ruling was not a Victory for gov Orval he Faubus is the reason for the Little Rock Wilkins said its his creature if it haunt been for him they have had the difficulties at the Little Rock school he said had been created by less than 50 per cent out of if a majority of the parents opposed integration there would have been a much greater disturbance than actually he added Traman gets 21gon Salute France Mer president Harry s tru Man received a 21gun Salute As he boarded the american Cruiser Salem saturday for a luncheon he got a similar Salute when he left Truman has been vacation ing in Southern France he will return to the United states aboard the liner Constitution which sails from Cannes july 1 accompanying the former president aboard the Salem anchored off Villefranche were mrs Truman and or and mrs Samuel Rosenman keeps peace talk Agenda Jerusalem n Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold came to Jerusalem saturday night after a Brief meeting in am Man with Jordans King Hussein and government officials he Leavea sunday Hammarskjold landed i am Man after two Days of talks in Beirut capital of revolt torn be Washington a demo cratic Leader Lyndon b Johnson of Texas saturday Blu printed a heavy Senate schedule for what he termed the Home stretch of the current session members now Art near the end of the sixth month of the second session of the 85th Congress most of them Hope to wind up the ses Sion no later than mid August and Home for election Cam Alaska Bill at top Topping Johnsons list for expected Senate action in the week ahead Are Bills providing state Hood for Alaska and authorizing Freer inter Allied Exchange of atomic Energy information both have been passed by the House with the end of the fiscal year looming on june 30 there also will be a drive to Complete action on annual appropriations Bills carrying funds to operate the government for the next 12 months among these is the 38billiondol Lar defense department Money Bill of Cru Vanneri the House which frequently is few legislative Steps ahead of the Senate plans to occupy itself mainly during the coming week with legislation affecting sports and Farmers on tuesday House leaders expect to Call up a Bill to exempt from antitrust Laws such practices by professional sports teams As Are reasonably Nece wary to keep them competitive Banon Hammarskjold who came to the Middle East for a firsthand look at the crisis in Lebanon will go to Cairo capital of the United Arab Republic for talks on matters including the Emer gency Force a spokesman said there was a possibility How Ever that Hammarskjold would also see president Nasser in connection with the upheaval in Lebanon the lebanese government has accused Nasser of aiding and arming the rebels seeking to oust the pro Western regime of president Camille Cha Moun Joe plays Golf Washington Eisenhower played Golf saturday at burning tree club in nearby Maryland he got an Early Start leaving the White House Between and 9 Oscar Levant loses video show for conduct on air Hollywood Lej vant lost his local television show saturday for antagonizing a Spon Sor the pianist with the Builtin sneer and acid wit was fired for what a station spokesman de scribed As inexcusable conduct in the air by a Alvin d Flanagan general manager of cop Channel 13 said Levant also directed critical comments at two rival television programs during Friday nights show an attractive girl had appeared camera to do the commercial she and Levant chatted briefly then Oscar directed several Cut Ting remarks at her and nig tested she had been on camera Long enough the flustered Young woman who had been introduced As a Beauty contest Winner retired without de livering the sales pitch within minutes Levant said he had been advised the sponsor was cancelling its part of his program Levant blamed frayed nerves and a Las minute change in the shows format for his tirade i was supposed to do the com he said nobody told me until just before the show that someone else was going to do Levant said the suspension left scheduled for action next if it gets clearance from the House rules committee is an omnibus Price supports on Basic crops which president Eisenhower vetoed in March facing a Senate House Confer ence committee is the administrations request to extend More than billion dollars of corporate and excise taxes this Bill cleared the Senate Friday with amendments to wipe out freight and passenger transportation taxes the Amend ments opposed by the administration were not included in the House version throngs crush Princess Grace Rainier at fair Brussels a Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco visited the world fair saturday and got bogged Down in the crowd a huge throng almost mobbed them As they left their car to be Gin their visit with a Quick tour of the French Pavilion things got worse As they went on to the u s Savilion the crowd grew so big that u s fair commissioner Howard s Cullman and his assistants had to escort Grace and Rainier All the Way to the Steps of the soviet Pavilion their next Stop they spent 30 minutes at the american Pavilion and about an hour at the soviet building Iman shot to death Baltimore a John t Hergen Nader 25yearold of fire department it August Hergenroeder was shot to death at his Home saturday said police told them him in a Good natured wound apparently Wax self Ous inflicted rep Oren Harris whose House Commerce subcommittee investigation of Federal alphabet agencies started the up announced that the inquiry will go on summer and perhaps into the fall at the White House press Secretary James c Hagerty de scribed As untrue a new York Post Story that a successor was being sought Foradas Job and that Secretary of the Interior Fred Seaton was the logical Choice asked whether the White House is shopping around among others for an Adams replacement hag erty said no that a Blanket denial of the Post be or Hagerty also told newsmen he had checked and found that Adams had received no Loans or guarantee of Loans from Boston industrialist Bernard Goldfine Adams testified before Harris subcommittee last tuesday that he had allowed Goldfine to pay several hotel Bills for him and had accepted other favors he also said he had made inquiries of the Federal Trade commission and the securities and Exchange commission about cases involving Goldfine whom he described As an old Friend soviets free n flier protocol belgian sign Brussels Belgium a bearing a pair of oversize pants u Martin Paulus of the belgian air Force returned Home saturday after being in the hands of soviet and East German authorities for 23 Days his nato Thunder Streak let fighter strayed Over the Iron curtain on a training flight May 29 in the Baltic area he was released after Belgium became first Western nation o sign a formal protocol with the East German government Belgium considers this Docu ment Falls far Short of diplomatic recognition of the satellite state it East Germany obviously Felt is diplomatic status was considerably advanced adn the official East Germany news Agency needled the United states to sign a similar protocol n order to win the release of nine j s army soldiers the nine got Ost Over East Germany in a Heli copter during a thunderstorm june 7 Ever since soviet Russia has Een telling the american govern ment to take up its demands for their release with the East Ger mans the United states finally sent an army Man to negotiate with the East germans but has walked at signing any diplomatic Proto cols Paulus who borrowed his pants or the trip Home in a polish air Berlin told Beeri treated Iner from East newsmen he had Luma Cly giant Crane lifts a freight car wheel Assembly from the track yesterday near East Aurora n where 29 Railroad freight cars were derailed the 56car Pennsylvania Railroad train was hauling Iron Ore from renova to Lackawanna n when an overheated journal Box froze a wheel in one car the others were a line of cars on another track the Impact rocked the Village but Only one crewman was Hurt not seriously in a fall traffic was to be resumed by today adm burkes defense plan stand rapped Mceroy asserts he erred in opposing parts of program Quantico a a Secre tary of defense Mceroy said sat Arligh Burke the chief of naval operations made a regrettable mistake in opposing some parts of president Eisen Bowers Pentagon reorganization plan Mceroy coupled this Public rep remand with Praise for Burke but did not fully foreclose a possibility that the Admiral might be re moved from his Post As the navys top uniformed officer no shift recommended the defense Secretary said he is not recommending any change in burkes status to president Eisen Hower who would make the final decision on any such shift but Mceroy added to reporters that neither Burke nor anyone else in the defense command could fail to be conscious of the degree of interest of the president As expressed in his quite emphatic language in favor of reorganization plan Leca Tiee Eisenhower has described As legalized insubordination one provision of a revised reorganize Tion Bill passed by the House Burke did not join in urging the Senate to change it on thursday Burke testified be Tore the Senate armed services committee that he would feel it Iii duty to protest until i was heard if he disagreed with decisions of the joint chiefs or the Secretary of defense the administration wants to limit protests by the service chiefs to Congress reign of terror cited in Hungary United nations n y a u n five nation special committee on Hungary said Satur Day the execution of Imre Nagy and three of his aides demonstrated a reign of terror is continuing in Hungary the committee expressed grave concern lest the end of this re pression and killing May not yet be in Lone Man lit cell double life As clerk Man about town ends London up wealthy sportsman horse owner and Man about town f g Beale vanished saturday Frank Beale a a week clerk in the offices of Whitehead and Coleman hop dealers also disappeared from Public View Frank Beale was a quiet Man trusted employee of 27 years who lived in obscurity with his and two children in neat Little House Tel Chislehurst Kent f g scale was a big spender he loved the race tracks rooting for his own horses and throwing Champagne parties in his Box he lived expansively in a Home at Woldingham Surrey and of ten threw parties for the racing Gentry Frank scale yesterday be Gan a seven year prison term for fraud and embezzling from his employers f g Beale Wen along too they were and the Man f Apple a day9 creator St Louis the Man who helped create the slogan an Apple a Day keeps the doctor away died saturday at the age of 92 he was John t Stinson former director of agricultural development of the mis Souri Pacific Railroad and he died of infirmities the Apple a Day slogan came out of an Apple Day which Stinson staged when he was director of horticulture forthe world fair Here in 1903 Nixon warns against complacency Roan Mountain n c a president Nixon visited tie lofty peaks of Roan Mountain sat urday and warned against a complacent attitude toward communism there is a great revolutionary movement taking place in the world by millions of people determined to have a better Way of he As Long As you have poverty disease and strife in the rest of the world our peace is Nixon was the principal speaker at the 12th annual Rhododendron festival held atop this Peak of the appalachian Range on the Tennessee North Carolina Bor Der earlier at a news conference Nixon was asked about presiden tial aide Sherman Adams the matter is solely within the jurisdiction of the Nixon replied he has made a decision and a judgment on the matter i think the people can have Confidence in the president both in regard to his judgment of men and the ethical standards he Brucker denies he will resign top army Post Quantico a a Secre tary of the army Wilber m Brucker saturday denied reports that he is thinking about resigning be cause of dissatisfaction with de Ense department policy toward the army the categorical answer is in told newsmen when asked about the report there is nothing to it i have not considered am a team player and when i am overruled play along with the As Brucker talked to reporters defense Secretary Mceroy came to listen to him Mceroy called out Wilber congratulations on not record Low Reading in Antarctic claimed Moscow api soviet Antarctic scientists have reported a world record for Low temperature minus 2 centigrade or degrees below Zero fahrenheit the reported saturday was recorded june 19 at the Inland soviet Antarctic Sta Tion called Sovie Skaya Malone slaps Trade policy dulles9 claim foreign imports cause six million Idle senator say Washington a sen George w Malone Rev said Poppycock saturday after two Cabinet officers contended foreign Trade creates 4vi million jobs in the United states Malone Long a foe of the reciprocal Trade program told Secretary of state Dulles six million men Are on the streets now because of your Trade he predicted this would climb to 10 million Job less next year but Dulles replied that Only a Small percentage much less than 10 per cent of current unemployment is caused by imports Dulles joined by Secretary of Commerce weeks returned be fore the Senate finance commit tee for a second Day of testimony in support of legislation to extend the reciprocal Trade program for five years beyond june 30 and to give the president additional tar if cutting Powers hammering at the adm Nistra Tion position Malone said no american businessman had been Able to feel Safe since the reciprocal Trade Law first was enacted 24 but Dulles concede this saying millions and millions of americans jobs and billions and billions of dollars have been invested and have been Safe and the Economy is in infinitely better shape than it was in 1934 one major administration con Tention is that the Trade program must be kept in Force to help counter a mounting soviet eco nomic offensive Kensington Man killed in mishap Bethesda my s Voigt 34 of Kensington my was killed Early saturday when his car crashed into a tree n nearby North Chevy Chase his wife Virginia 35 Only Pas Senger in the car was reported n critical condition at suburban Hospital 104th birthday Helena Mont j b Mother Berry once a jockey on two continents celebrated her 104th birthday saturday she said she is healthy Happy and going Strong Bittler says lion sets record demo party Leader asserts vote pledges seen empty words neb tic National chairman Paul Butler said saturday night the standards of honesty in govern ment Laid Down by president Eisenhower in Campaign pledges have changed he said they now appear As empty words in the Light of the Sherman Adams air the corruption the wrong doing the giveaways and the in fluence peddling in this adminis ration Are setting new Butler said in an address pre pared for a party dinner what is More More people in High More Heads of government agencies have been involved in wrongdoing under the Eisenhower Nixon administration than in any administration since u 5 Butler said that from the 1938 resignation of Wesley Roberts u Republican National chairman after a Kansas legislative inquiry committee found he had violated at least the spirit of the states lobbying Laws on up to accept Ance of gifts by Adams influence peddling not Only has been con toned it has generally been de ended and rewarded even by the after recalling Eisenhower 1951 Campaign promises to clean up the in Washington and 0 apply High standards of honesty in government Butler said my How these standards have changed How empty these words seem when applied to the results of the years Butler asked what action has Ever been taken by the president to ferret out corruption and punish the wrongdoers where is this prodding from he which the president prom cd to combat corruption and in fluence peddling there certainly have been enough opportunities for Strong executive action in this regard instead All we have Are More ious preach ments and denials that anything wrong has of Butler also attacked record of Secretary of agriculture Ezra Taft Benson saying those Republican senators who Are now saying that Sherman Adams usefulness is at an end i suggest that Ezra Bensons use Tulnew ended years ago bidders boo auction Deal Cernier Switzerland personal belongings of the Joanne Connolly Orti Patino were auctioned off saturday to Tover unpaid Bills agents for her family outbid several Hundred disappointed housewives and society women on most items and were Oveci for their action the 28yearold new York Socie y Beauty died Here last july 2 to weeks before her divorce rom bolivian tin heir Jaime or i Patino was to become final Ter death was announced then As following a heart attack an offi Cial report Lait june 3 said an overdose of sleeping pills killed Ier eight trunks full of dresses silverware shoes hats under Vear and personal mementos were put on auction in the drab gymnasium of this Small town minister Dies Fayetteville w a w the Rev Don c Taylor pastor of the Fayetteville methodist Church died Friday in an Oak ill Hospital after a Long illness he was 43 Man freed after 49 Days in jail for calling police Baltimore Roa Friday preliminary hearing in Bart Suber who spent Case his bail had been set at weeks in jail because he called to assure his appearance As the cops was re cased saturday with a helping hand from the but he criminal Justice commission want Able to Post it so he spent Willie 38 is a states witness Days in jail waiting for the in a homicide Case he called Pocase to be tried lice the night a woman was Fama Istrate Milton Talkin learn tally injured in a plunge Down a ing of this reduced his bail to stairway a Man has and officials of the criminal charged with causing her death commission an Agency pushing her from the head of this u p p o r t e d by the Community stairs Ejchost arranged to have this willies plight came to Light Al amount posted saturday

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