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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - June 29, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandIts the weather fair Rii flatly Ortii in font 7117 Hir tomorrow six sections general feature society Cit area news sports comics family weekly vol 178 Urr Forf Frau internet met Cumberland Maryland sunday june 29 1958 Price fifteen cents in Effort held future by Premier arms smuggling by Arab Republic reported greater Beirut Lebanon fighting raged saturday in the lebanese port cities of Tripoli and Sidon Beirut wat quiet during the Day but darkness brought a flare up of mattered shooting Ai the Revok dragged through 50th Day in this Little Middle nation prime minister Sami Solh declared the group sent Here is not equal to the Job of halting what he termed in creasing infiltration Lebanon g o v e r n m e it has charged the United Arab Republic is smuggling arms and men into the country eight reported killed on the fighting fronts rebel forces attacked government troops in a Battle that lasted through the night and into saturday morning in Tripoli reports from the coast Al City said eight persons were killed and about 20 wounded rebels using mortars and hand grenades attacked army positions getting fire to one of the cites main squares in the Southern map Ort of Sidon troops and rebels fought what an army communique described u a heavy Battle it said one Captain was killed and casualties on the unknown ssh Midi an interview with the associated press that the smuggling of and infiltration have increased since observers arrived in Lebanon june 12 Solh reiterated that he believes police Force is necessary3 criminal Combine wielding great Powers in businesses to halt infiltration he said he had and labor unions told Secretary general Dag a Mcclellan dark Hammarskjold a police Force is needed when the official visited Lebanon this week but that he did not hand a formal request to Hammarskjold Solh earlier had told the associated press he had asked Hammarskjold for a police Force the prime minister said his government had expected the to help Lebanon More because we Are surrounded by hostile Syria and Egypt and Are fighting foreign elements inside our coun married at Irene Arzedi and Joseph Pinto smile happily As they leave Brooklyn Church yesterday following their wedding she disappeared last feb 22 five hours before scheduled wedding then showed up eight Days later saying she became frightened and took bus trip to los Angeles top mobsters face Racket probe quiz Washington rackets probes predicted saturday they will unmask in hearings starting monday say we thought the rebels would Slacken their terrorism if the Solh said but on the contrary they have increased it smuggling and infiltration across the frontiers have Solh said that optimism attributed to Hammarskjold on the situation probably is due to Assur of president Nasser that egyptian propaganda against Lebanon would Stop instead of stopping Solh charged the propaganda has be come More intense Solh said he Hopes hammers will make a report to the that will bring Security Counch action to Seal Lebanon fron tiers Bob Hope Given Falcio award Washington my comedian Bob Hope was announced Satur Day As the Winner of the 1958 Murray Green award of the Al Cio the award in memory of the late labor leaders Philip Murray and William Green consists of a medal and the Falcio said Hope was chosen for his services to the men and women of the armed services whom he has entertained All Over the world said hearings by the committee he Heads will show a continuing tie Between what the senator called an american criminal Syndicate and the deported gangster Charles Lucky Luciano in Italy some Mcclellan said Call it the mafia he said he has subpoenaed 100 witnesses including Many racketeers and gangsters for hearings Here which will run off and on for months Mcclellan said president James r Hoffa of the teamsters Union with whom the committee has tangled previously May be heard next month the starting Point Mcclellan said will be an Effort to Cut through mystery still surrounding an assemblage raided last novem Ber by police at Apalachin n y the police hinted but never proved that mobsters and others had gathered to carve up rackets left without a Boss by the killing of Albert Anastasia some of those at Apalachin were evidently reputable businessmen Mcclellan said the hearings will switch from the Apalachin meet ing to a study of gangster opera Lions in the garment Industry in sew York Scranton and Pittston then to Detroit and Chicago next he said they will cover other cities from coast to coast St Louis East St Louis Cleveland Miami los Angeles and san Francisco had been named As among the cities whose underworld were under scrutiny Mcclellan and Robert f Ken Nedy the committee named Vito Genovese new York Macmillan Degaulle to begin talks Paris a Premier de Gaulle conferred with his top diplomatic advisors saturday in preparation for his first Summit level prime min ister Macmillan who arrives sunday Macmillan wartime colleague of de Gaul Les in Algeria will be the first Allied Leader to meet the general for a facet face Survey of world problems since de Gaul Les return to Power Secretary of state Dulles is expected july 5 West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer will come soon after the French government readied a High powered Welcome for Macmillan to demonstrate the importance it attaches to French British links aides said de Gaulle had no hard and fast Agenda for the talks but expected to confine them to three Broad topics 1 chances for an East West Summit conference 2 disarmament 3 defense problems involving he North Atlantic treaty organization solons cite interceding part of Job White House mum after latest Fox charges in probe Washington Sens Mike Mansfield Dmont and styles Bridges Rah defended saturday As part of a Congress members Job practice of interceding with government regulatory agencies the Issue of whether a senator or House member should Call on these quasi judicial agencies for Aid to constituents has been pointed up by the controversy Over Sherman Adams relations with Boston millionaire Bernard Gold Fine the Pentagon disclosed mean while that Goldfine in the last to years of the Truman administration received four times As much Dollar volume in defense contracts As he has since his Riend Adams came to washing on in 1953 As president Eisen Lowers top aide no impropriety hinted the contract figures roughly million dollars and 2v4 Mil Ion for the respective periods were supplied by the defense detriment at a reporters request there was no suggestion of impropriety in connection with any f the contract awards the last two of the Truman administration coincided with the korean time of heavy clothing buying by the armed forces to outfit troops in he cold korean Winters Goldfine a big manufacturer of textiles a House Commerce subcommittee inquiring into Goldfinch rela ions with Adams has heard no direct testimony that Adams Ever sought to land contracts for Gold Fine from whom he had accepted expensive favors and hospitality exactness leaps Mas sey hungarian born former actress leads a demonstration of hungarian americans yesterday at los Angeles City Hall protesting execution of hungarian revolutionary leaders took part of who Toni mobster As perhaps the major witness from the Apalachin meet ing ordered to be on hand for the hearing monday landslide kills 9 Quito Ecuador my nine workers cleaning a canal Here thursday were killed by a land slide it was determined Satur Day earlier reports said 30 were believed to have perished russian Ballet Star gets nabbed whue shoplifting photo Fox on Poge 36 Friday nights performance at the Brussels Belgium although she was released Star of the russian Bolshoi Ballet after questioning at police had at the Brussels world fair has quarters and the Palace of jus Turbine mishap closes Plant Seascale England Turbine disintegrated saturday night at Britain Calder Hall atomic Power station and forced temporary shutdown of the nuclear reactor that supplies electricity Over a National network the reactor was not damaged no one was injured ii g Davey works general manager said the Turbine Over seeded and then broke up he said there was no danger of any radioactive fallout been caught shoplifting in a Brus Sels department store police said saturday Olga once Sta lice a spokesman for the depart ment store innovation said no decision has been made about Olor Iii Tiv of but Lins favorite Ballerina was halted prosecuting miss Lepe Shainskaya by a store detective As she Waselle added however that Legal a about to leave Friday is rarely taken against first police said she had faking an umbrella two pairs of thus an International incident gloves cuff links and some As the Case of the soviet the i Ulyish Ballerina begged discus thrower May be French and broken English not to avoided two years ago Nina to Takon to police soviet olympic discus said she Wos due at a Ballet thrower was charged with shop she did not appear at lifting five cheap Hals in London it has heard allegations from Boston financier John Fox for Mer publisher of the defunct bos ton Post that Goldfine once boasted Adams would take care of a lease against Goldfine pending in the Federal Trade commission denounced As lies Adams Goldfine and the White House had denounced Fox Testi Mony Over a period of two Days As a parcel of malicious lies there was no new comment from the White House saturday press Secretary James c Hagerty said Adams was spending the week end somewhere outside the capital Hagerty did not say where Adams has acknowledged he acted imprudently in asking two Federal agencies about the status of cases involving Goldfine but he denied he had exerted any in fluence in his friends behalf some of Adams defenders have said he did no More than Mem Bers of Congress do daily Mansfield acting Senate demo cratic Leader said he believes there is a difference in the responsibilities of elective and appointive officials in this Field gobs fight Bull in Lisbon ring but nobody Hurt Lisbon Portugal a Hun dred u s sailors dressed in White uniforms climbed into a Rinc with a Young Bull saturday the Bull had padded horns and for an hour spectators in the stands roared As the sailors threw or Rode the Bull or got thrown or butted by him the Young Bull was turned Loose for the sailors at the end of a bullfight in Honor of vice adm Bernard Liege Austin commander of the u s 2nd Fleet and his men soviet ready to intes talks Moscow Sovie Turi Ion saturday night called for a full understanding with the in itch states on cessation of nuclear tests in connection with the begin Ning of technical talks july 1 in Geneva the phrasing of a statement foreign minister Andrei Gromyko handed to u s ambassador Llew Ellyn Thompson indicated the Kremlin had decided to Palici Pate in the scheduled opening of the Geneva talks but it also indicated the soviets would still sus Dis press for an agreement on pension of tests along with Cussion of control the soviet Union earlier had hinted it would not attend the talks unless its terms were met but the United states had replied so far As it is concerned the talks Wilkie convened As scheduled it was Learned earlier saturday that the Swiss embassy has is sued visas to the soviet delegation of technicians a radio Moscow broadcast said of the latest Exchange the soviet government in an aide my Moira to the u s govern ment states that the question Josed in its aide Memoire of june to whether the u s government confirmed that the meet no of experts should be subordinated to the solving of the task of the Universal and instant sus Cension of nuclear weapon is remained unanswered and hat no clarification has been Given on the u s position on the production act again extended Washington a presi Dent Eisenhower saturday signed a Bill extending the 1950 defense production act for two More until june 30 1960 the act was to expire monday the administration had asked for m Extension saying the author to is needed to assure prompt ice Mormance on contracts for guided missiles and other Essen Ial defense procurement under the act the president May establish priorities for de Ense contracts i crooked cops co to prison Idaho Falls five former Idaho Falls policemen were sentenced to prison for terms not to exceed 10 years saturday for burglar izing business establishments they were supposed to be guarding the sentencing was marked by a threat against the judge and floods of tears from rela Tives of the sentenced men Auto workers ballot favors strike action Detroit Al the United Auto workers reported saturday to members were voting overwhelmingly in favor of author in no strike action if necessary to sack up the unions contract de mands on general motors Ford and the Union gave the latest tally As in favor of striking and against strike votes among the unions vocals at big three plants throughout the nation were re Quested by Law president Wai or p Reither to support Union negotiators in their deadlocked contract talks with the Carmak is Law members employed at Jig three plants have been work no without contracts for the past our weeks since the old ones ran out the strike Voles arc expected to continue through july Reuther is indicated he is in no hurry about threatening strike action so Ong As the companies have a arge inventory of unsold 1958 Model cars the voting has just started among Chrysler workers and is Ess than half completed among pm and Ford workers cuban rebels plan to free 10 americans Havana Cuba withe United states decided saturday to Dea directly with Fidel castros rebels for the release of 10 american and 2 Canadian engineers held in the hot Mountain Jungles 01 northeastern Cuba u s ambassador Earl e t Smith ordered u s Consul Park Wollan to attempt to make con lad with the rebels from Moa he North coast City where a Bane of 200 rebels kidnapped the men thursday night emissaries of the Moa mining to went into the mountains Fri Day but apparently failed in their attempt to win release of the Nen the engineers were work no on a company building site in Washington the state department said it had a report that the rebels would release the men soon press officer Francis fully said the report had come fro sources in the United states a reporting to represent the cd an rebels a cuban Driver for the Moa who had been taken along by the kidnappers has returned and reported the captives arc unharmed and Are being Well cared for he said he also was advised the rebels will release hem soon the wife of one of the kidnapped men said she had been told by a Ebel Leader that the men were being Well cared for and would be released in a few Days tenth nuclear blast reported Washington my the tenth announced nuclear detonation a Simony of these persons and do ii nine aboard graft held soviet says russian fighters Force it to land destroyed by fire Moscow soviet Union said saturday night two rus Sian fighter planes forced a air Force plane into a fiery land no after it flew 102 Miles into Jie soviet Union from Eastern Turkey the planes nine Crew members in uniform and identified As u s air Force men were detained the soviets said the plane was identified onlys a four engine military Craft of the u s air a note handed by soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko to ambassador Llewellyn Thompson protested to the United states what the russians called a crude violation of the soviet the note indicated that All the Lane occupants escaped serious injury the defense department in Washington said saturday night t had received a report that a Ransport Type aircraft believed o be a c118 with nine persons aboard was unreported on a Light from Nicosia Cyprus to Tehran via Turkey the c118 is military version of a Douglas dc6a four engine transport the department had no further de Tail immediately dirt received neither Thompson nor subordinate embassy officials was immediately available for comment in Washington the stale department press office said the do Jar Mont had not yet received the soviet note the soviet foreign office usually presents its notes in russian and they Are translated at the embassy in Moscow before icing transmitted to Washington at the Pentagon a spokesman Aid no report had been received f the incident up to late afternoon that a request for report had Icen sent to the air Force in eur the soviet protest also Broad ast by radio Moscow charged hat the plane came across the order South of Yerevan capital f the soviet armenian Republic which is a scant 10 Miles from he East Turkey Border Yerevan is about 40 Miles North ast of my Ararat in Turkey Rad Lional resting place of Noah the soviet note said the plans Lew Over the Border about m the american plane was met y two soviet fighters which by Means of signals proposed to it o follow them to land on a nearby the note continued the plane Border violator did of obey this demand the soviet Giters forced the plane Border violator to land it landed on so it territory in a District at a Istance of 150 Miles from the site f the Boundary violation and turned wore american uniforms after the Landing of the plane Here were apprehended nine members of the Crew of this Lane they wore american uni orms As has been Learned from Testi Ike works then plays Washington of president Eisenhower spent the better part if the Forenoon at his desk Sal i Day then motored to burning ree club in nearby Maryland or his third round of Golf this u s deficit nears 3 billions next fiscal years Outlook seen As even Darker Washington excepting the period of the Crement is due to wind up this Korcan War fiscally unhappy year at Midnight the business upturn which the monday with a deficit of 2li to 3adminislralion expects this fall billion Olbrys improve the budget Outlook High administration official but not substantially the Las in dollars it will be two or in receipts this fiscal weeks before the final voucher Siscar has shrunk to roughly in the robbery of a can be tabulated at the dollars spending is exp suburban Baltimore Bank the business recession was the expected to be in the neighbourhood me current tests in the Pacific took place saturday the atomic Energy commission announced that the latest test was at p time the test was part of the hardback nuclear weapons test series at the eniwetok proving ground the eighth and ninth announced detonations were Friday both the dec and the defense department have declined to expand their terse announcements of the found on them All the persons held Are in the service of the u s air sch surfaces after three week trip Honolulu up the atomic powered submarine Nautilus surfaced saturday off Pearl Harbor for the first time in nearly three weeks after a meandering 6000mile voyage from the West coast using n hitherto top secret navigation device Texas police in Maryland 1 Elpaso Tex my police captured late saturday a Young Man they identified As Alvin Curtis an 7h in suspect Sank robbery j Amos to Washington after the robbery Lampron is free on bail Robert j Lally Fri agent in chief villian in transforming fiscal 195r from what the Eisenhower of 73 billion dollars one official in close touch with predicted this saturday looming payment of corporate income administration expected to be its budget developments said that a ahead for fiscal beginning taxes would delay much of the third successive year of deficit is As tuesday is the even More Disma effect of a recovery until Prospect of red Ink aggregating 11 i i960 billion dollars to 12 billion fiscal budgets into the Start of a i period of deficit financing new dose As we can come now o an estimate for the past 12 months or perhaps close even for the bookkeeping year income tax and corporation fax another High source equally now closing however officials payments have dwindled with the close to the income and this would carry the that present guesses drop in personal income and picture reported that Budge farther off balance than May be wide of the Mark by As business president deficit is in any year since world War As a few Hundred original estimate of any i Fure weve seen outgo they said the 20yearold was captured in a Motel and was trying to reach Mexico armed when arrested but in his Motel room two loaded pistols were found the Fri said Amos was crack pistol shot and described him As psychopathic emotional the Branch Bank of the savings by disturbed with suicidal ten Bank of Han Moalc add accent to the Ritchie Highway Amos was a diabetic when a was robbed of wednesday tested he had a Cigar Box con police later picked up Charl staining a Small amount of insulin a three tampon 19 and him he also had nine Bills poas Good with Ching in recovered when they Amos they said Lampron Lampron
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