Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland 16 Mar 1958
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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - March 16, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather Fin trim Biff m41 six sections general feature society Cit area news sports comics family weekly vol 74 Cumberland Maryland sunday March 16 1958 Price fifteen cents Knowland sees no tax decision unto june Eisenhower party chiefs set session 10 gop senators urge changeling of Federal contracts Washington Ovsen know land Calif forecast saturday Congress will wait until june to decide whether to Cut taxes Knowland the Senate Republican Leader told reporters that since Congress must act before june 30 if it wishes to continue excise and corporation taxes at present Levels he believes any possible reduction in income and other levies will be postponed until then possible tax action to counter the business slump will be Dis cussed when Republican congressional leaders meet tuesday with president Eisenhower Secretary of the Treasury Anderson Anc other administration fiscal experts Knowland said he does nol expect any final decisions to come from that session two party conference i would certainly expect tha before the Treasury comes up with any recommendations on tax revision there would be Consulta lion with the leaders of both Par ties in both Knowland said i think there will be reciprocity Between the parties on this Knowland said he thinks the senates votes this past week rejecting proposed reductions in individual and business taxes re Fleet a general belief that it l too Early to formulate any pro Gram now Knowland spoke 10 he publican senators prodded the Eisenhower administration to Chan Nel civilian and defense contracts into the areas of largest unemployment in letters to Secretary of de sense Mceroy and general serv ices administrator f g Floete the 10 suggested that the govern ment split its contracts and aware half to the Low bidder and Hal to firms in surplus labor areas it seems to the republicans said that a concentrate Effort to help these distressed areas would be far More effective in meeting the recession than general speedup in contracting of Public works and military construction could accomplish by it the 10 include drop Sens a Ken of Vermont Clifford p Cas of new Jersey Cooper of Ken Tucky Ives and javits of York Kuchel of California Payn and Margaret Chase Smith c Maine Potter of Michigan an Purtell of Connecticut financial probe their Appeal came As sen Byr Eva announced the Senate f Nance committee will reopen in investigation of the financial condition of the United states apr 1 with Bernard m Baruch As witness sen Kerr d6kia served no Tice he will make fresh attempt at the Public a crucial Point when the administration May face decisions o tax reduction and other Antin cession beat Down in Terest rates Byrd who Heads the commit tee said in a statement Baruc has promised to give the grou the Benefit of his thinking on the difficult economic problems Facin the nation Baruch a served As adviser to several pre dents Baruch is expected to oppose tax cutting now and to urge r Strain in undertaking spending programs in an Effort to com Bat unemployment and to lift or Economy for himself Byrd told a reporter that if a Choice is necessary he believes most democrats Congress would prefer a Soun Public works program to tax cuts released by Waller Steinberg of los Angeles released after spending six months in an East Berlin jail shows newsmen in West Berlin yesterday How he said he was hand cuffed by his red captors Steinberg 35 a surgical chiropodist was picked up last september on charges of illegally purchasing and smuggling a camera red police beat him a photo Fox fit unencumbered single Young men facing draft Calls Washington selective service officials said saturday hat physically fit and Une cum ered Young single men still face a Ico per cent certainty of be ing drafted by the time they Are about 23 this is True despite relatively of draft Calls now running 000 a month because of the coun Rys total military manpower de mands for and a ional guard service the officials said by unencumbered Young sin be men they said they referred o those who do not enter critical occupations the National guard he reserves or other Fields in which gain deferment or exemption neither marriage nor father Lood is ground for deferment however fatherhood is a basis for delay in induction hardship on dependents is a deferment qualification under regulations in effect since feb 15 1956 local boards Call no fathers 19 through 25 years of age ahead of fathers of similar Ages in that connection the services 195657 annual report for the year ended last june 30 says whether the no induction of fathers has stimulated marriages May be problematical but in any event this group of a fathers More than doubled during fiscal year 1957 rein casing from to under present procedures local draft boards fill their monthly quotas first from any delinquents and volunteers who Are 19 or older and then from the no fathers aged 19 through 25 who have been examined and found acceptable the oldest no fathers Are for warded to induction centers first the age of these inductees now is generally close to 23 Man 86 killed in Aulo mishap Buckhannon w a w Benjamin Roger 86 became up Shur county first traffic fatality of 1958 when he was struck bus in front of his Home inca Tennerton state police reported trooper d f Mease said tha Reger stepped into the Road an waved his hands As the bus approached and Driver Bobby Dean was unable to miss him because ice made a Sharp turn Jipos sible go women to hear Ike on Economy Washington Eisenhower has picked an Audi ence of Republican women readers to make an address of importance this week on the a ions economic situation these women gathering Satur equipping shivering Hope arrives for Moscow visit Moscow shivering Bob Hope hit Moscow saturday with wisecracks and Hopes of winning permission to film part of an april television show in the Sov Iet capital just like san he son worries about Mother Fla Johnson 93 asked nurses at Jackson memorial Hospital saturday to let him go Home Ive got some important said Johnson a negro who is convalescing after minor surgery nurses asked what Ive got to take of my 115yearold he replied scans atomic test suspension watch dog system for 3year period would be negotiated Washington i president j Eisenhower disarmament and j visors Are drafting a proposal to suspend nuclear weapons testing j under an International watch dog system for a three year period it would r be presented for negotiation with Russia it represents part of a Broa scale review of u s policy which May Lead to a historic revision of the policy the return tuesday of Secretary of state Dulles from the far east1 is expected to Speed work on the i problem Ike has final say president Eisenhower will de cide finally whether policy is to e changed a decision probably will be made in the next month or so the Basic question shaping up is whether to risk the danger of secret soviet violations of a test an and go ahead with negotiations on terms so drastically modified that they will make agreement Likely the negotiations according to present official thinking would very Likely come to a Climax in an Summit conference the past week has brought out some highly contradictory opinion on whether it is in the United states interest to agree with the soviets on suspending tests but High officials now believe that de rearguard fight by atomic Energy commission advocates of continuing tests the president will order the Radical Modifica Tion of policy l necessary to halt Russia accepts the minimum conditions v special study made in finally determining this coun try course Hewill have before him the result of a special study directed by his science advisor James r Killian or under taken on orders from the nation Al Security Council the study seeks to estimate the impacts of test suspension on the Killian office has been consulting leading scientists from All Over the a major ques Tion facing it is whether an inspection system to police a test moratorium can be made reliable a he from across the nation for sixth annual Republican National conference Are considered representative american homemakers As Wel As party campaigners by the president dec error said honest Washington of a Senate House committee agree saturday that the atomic Energy commission made an honest error in minimizing the detection he has spoken briefly at each Range of an underground nuclear of their five previous conferences iced since he took office but this is the first time he had made a major address before the group their sessions monday and tuesday will touch off a Republican Campaign to get women working for election Victory in 38 marginal districts where gop Congress candidates Are weakest both mrs Eisenhower and mrs Richard wife of the vice president have been invited to the Windup luncheon data which the president will speak a Battery of top level Republican leaders also will address the sessions including Secretary of the Treasury Andersen atty Gen Rogers education commissioner Derthick and ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge privates staged o Boycott of army mess in Virginia Washington 60 Bright Young privates staged a we Klong Boycott of the it Bel voir mess Hall in what the army saturday night described As a pro est in Nevada a conclusion that the dec had no intention of deceiving Congress or the Public was reached by members of the joint atomic Energy committee after listening to explanations Given by dec com missioners and staff workers at a special hearing expressing regret Over the secs error commissioner Willard f Libby told the committee there was absolutely no intent to deceive what kicked up the fuss was an dec press release earlier this month saying that an underground atomic test in Nevada last septem Ber was detected Only 250 mile away seismological instruments up to Miles Distant reported detecting the test blast set of deep under a Mountain Kennedy John f Ken Nedy Center and his two Brothers Edward left a student at the University of and Robert counsel for the Senate rackets investigating subcommittee Are shown As they arrived last night to attend the annual Gridiron club dinner in washing ton Story on Page 2 up Elep Harris will oppose Moore quiz would limit inquiry to acc to award not business venture Washington a rep Harris dark said saturday he will of we quizzing col George Gordon about a dominican Busi Ness venture monday unless Ilies in with the disputed aware of a valuable to Channel in i Imi Harris head of the House sub committee probing regulatory agencies was joined by a top committee Republican rep Joseph p Ohara of Minnesota in he proposed limit on questioning Kin of Mamie Moore is a brother inlaw of mrs Eisenhower some democrats Nave shown an itch to go into Moores of airs two directors of National airlines the Winner in the Chan Nel 10 award have been name As joining Moore in a dominican shipyard venture allegedly under Aken with funds from dictator Trujillo Moore has denied involvement in any acc Case other developments in two other 1 a hitherto unpublicized diary cent by the Secretary of resigned cd commissioner Richard a Mack was reported to have been subpoenaed by the Federal Grant jury booking into the Channel 10 Case and Macks the Louse committee has yet to be he diary 2 acc commissioner Rober e Lee told a newsman he Wouk be amazed if any of the acc commissioners knew Moore or i Moore himself had Ever come u the Federal Agency mishap inflates workers hand Portland Maine o the strangest Industrial Acci dents Ever treated at the maim medical Center was logged Sal urday As a construction worke inflated a hand with compressed air the Hospital said Julian h Bass 28 of Portland was work ing with a High pressure hos when it burst and loosed a be of air full into an open Cut o his left hand the air slipped be to Chen the tissues near disaster in Maneu vers torpedo almost hit ship carrying for to Tehran Miami Fla want funny i the skipper ordered fire one 15 years ago but survivors of fire when w destroyer uss William d no3 a fully armed topped test against military neatness and could chuckle we Thev swapped shot right toward the no 2 Maga Kmer Frt it to i army routine those involved All Are draftees who Are scientists mathematic cobbles self into Fine Milwaukee up shoe maker Milan Sasich 44 did a repair Job and bled himself a Fine in District court saturday Gilbert Schroeder told judge Frank Gregorski he went to Salichs shop and found his 19 shoes had been ruined the heels had been ground Down there were sweeping in the new stitching in All patrolman Frank grpe1 Schel said he sch roeders Call and arrested Cobbler was too drunk to leave jackets unit usef ulness said at end should have quit in january say senator Mcnamara Washington Olsen Mcna Mara Mich said saturday the Senate rackets investigating committee has outlived its use soviet stages third atomic weapon test Washington withe atomic Energy commission announced Hattie russians conducted an other nuclear weapons test Satur Day at the usual siberian Tes this was the third soviet nuclear weapons test announced by the dec in the last two Days like the other two announced Friday the dec said saturday hot the megaton Range n explosive Power a megaton i the equivalent of a million tons of int the new dec announcement made saturday night provider Only the Barest information As i usual it said Only Lewis l Strauss chairman of the atomic Energy commission announced this eve Ning that the soviets today con ducted another nuclear weapons test at the usual siberian test site the yield of the detonation a below the megaton one of the two tests reported Friday was held at the Siberia test site according to the dec it said the other was North of the Arctic Circle the latest russian test was the 32nd reported by the dec How Ever the commission has said does not announce All such tests it defects apathy of Dulle toward manned satellite scored St Louis Lyl Secretary o state Dulles int interested in u Earlh satellite Allen Hynick director of in country satellite tracking in Gram said saturday answering a reporters question As to when the United state might launch a manned satellite Hynek replied it depends Upo How much we want it if in d upon or Dulles who Russ outer space plan draws fire slate department denounces russian arms unit Boycott Washington w the United states accused Russia saturday at the United nations on j disarmament talks and asking the impossible on president Eisenhowe ers space Oreace plan the state department let Loose a double barrelled reaction to two recent soviet lobbying efforts for an Early Summit meeting 1 department officials denounced As wholly unacceptable saturdays Kremlin offer i seek supervision of outer space provided the United Staten withdrew from its bases in Europe the Middle East and North Africa 2 a formal state department statement denounced Russia Boycott of the 25nation disarmament commission As a continued flouting of general As Sembly resolutions urging new disarmament talks provide proper link the these purity Council should meet to provide a proper link Between and any subsequent disarmament this flurry of activity in Washington and Moscow reflected diplomatic jockeying for position in Advance of a Summit conference which officials now seep As Virtu ally inevitable Russia started the new round of exchanges Friday a Kremlin spokesman said Russia meant business in its Boycott of the disarmament commission the soviets repeated their refusal to discuss disarmament in any group not divided equally Between communist and no communist a adds ideas of own the Kremlin followed through hinted he May Tell a he Senate that the committee should have wound up its affairs and quit while twas ahead ast without getting into to present Stormy hearings on violence in the Kohler strike Mcnamara is a the committee partisan split the Kohler inquiry has brought a partisan split betwee the committees four Republican and four democratic members the committees announced goal in the present inquiry is to act As judge and jury on whether the Kohler co or Walter Reuthers United workers Union is to blame or hundreds of acts of violence n the Marathon strike dispute each Side has biased the other the 1957 hearings into affairs of the teamsters Union had a sequel in the ouster of that largest of All american unions from the Falcio on grounds it was corruptly dominated by Dave Beck then teamsters president and James r Hoffa who has succeeded Beck also other Union the committee also picked out other unions and some employers As targets of inquiry in 1957 and reaped a Harvest of headlines and congratulatory telegrams and let ters Republican members led by sen Goldwater forced the current inquiry into violence in Law strikes mainly the Koh Ler dispute saturday with agree ing in principle with Eisenhower space Oreace plan Russia added some ideas of its own of How a space Agency might be set p c but the russian statement said the asking Price was elimination of All military bases which ring the soviet perimeter u s officials rejected any such Deal however the state department expressed interest in details of the soviet proposal for a Agency mixed drink floods store la Crosse wis a stupendous mixed drink sloshed across the floor of Sells drug store saturday after a shelf containing 800 bottles of liquor pulled off the Wall and crashed to the floor the concoction ran four inches deep across the floor before it leaked into the basement where part of it was soaked up by two Gross of pillows the broken bottles contained wines Cordiali and whisky damage was estimated at Jet completes Hawaii trip without refuelling Alameda Calif Navy twinset Carrier plane streaked the Miles from Hawaii to California in 3 hours 58 minutes 600 Miles an refuelling we think it is the first time a plane made the Hawaii Mainland flight in less than four hours without i spokesman at Alameda naval air station said clothing will be sent to Ireland Baltimore four Irish american organizations collected clothing saturday that will be a St Patricks Day gift to Balti More Ireland it is a Goodwill gesture rather than a Charity Effort according to the four order of hibernian Friendly sons of St Patrick the hibernian society and the Emerald Isle club blood clot cause London w a soviet Bio chemist saturday suggested an aesthetics May cause deadly blood clots that sometimes follow ser Lious operations j i v v cd russian How re you fixed cans chemists physicists and for Blades statisticians in the e n g i n c e r he said he had been advised to j research Laboratory at the near see Lenin and stains Tomb but by Virginia army Post most have added i Haven even seen Grants Hope said he wants to put on a College degrees some masters degrees recollections of it saturday the Iowa the crewmen holding a reunion so conc had Dis Here accidentally fired a torpedo at the battleship Iowa As it was in route to the Teheran Confer ence of 1943 with the late presi Dent Franklin Roosevelt aboard quipped As he Steppe from the show for embassy soviet Jet Airliner that during his six Day stay and plans men serve described the of brought him from see several acts by soviet a which ended last m o n d of the comedian who brought who might appear Way especially heavy clothing donned a to shown april 111 the a russian fur hat for photographers he Drew a Blank stare he asked a heavily Beard it col Ray e Lavan regimen Seward Lewis 43 Miami a Tal commander under whom the former naval lieutenant was offi the deck on the Porter the the near disaster As Convoy approached i Tell you without some training exercises lion added a rough guess was Arm no 3 when the switch was Hynek Here to watch the St closed on that one it Moo watch in opera Lewis said he saw it going ran Aana up warning signal flags blew a danger signal on the ships whistle and set earned into the radio lion lion lion come right come hard right the Iowa which had lion As its code name finally lumbered Leopold starts new life in puerto Rico seclusion san Juan puerto Rico of my parole do not allow Leopold arrived in puerto my 0 say anything he concluded god be with Leopold planned to rest in a to a manned satellite aloft in 10 years dam break Routs 300 Bennettsville s c i his first appointment with j words some of these men Lewis said with the Nowaj our whole ship put under after a portion of a ministry of culture officials will its beneath theh intellectual serving As a target for a Only time i Ever heard crumbled flooding a be monday status to Peel Lla cd torpedo attack around out of the Way and the More than 300 persons were rout torpedo Slid harmlessly pasted from their Homes in the Chilly Lewis said predawn hours Here saturday an Earlh dam Quarter mile that happening in the area a life of seclusion in a Mountain Hospital 80 Miles from san Juan Sun and a temperature in the mid80s greeted the 53yearold chicagoan who was paroled from Slateville prison in Illinois thurs Day after serving 33 years for the 1924 thrill killing of Bobby Franks i am exceedingly Happy to be he told representatives of Castaner Hospital where he will work for a month he read a statement in Spanish commenting on your Beautiful and Lovely Island of puerto i fully regret that the Condi Tel and to do some shopping be fore leaving for the Hospital operated by the Church of the Breth Ren 80 Miles up in the mountains Juan officials of the 30bed Hospital said he will be the Only Labora tory and xray technician and will live in a three apartment building about 150 feet behind the Hospital Row executive Secretary of the Church of the Breth Ren service accompanied Leopold on the flight from new
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