Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland
30 Mar 1958

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30 Mar 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - March 30, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandF the Wea Tycer m com ring vol 88 six sections v v general feature society Cut area f comics family weekly Cumberland Maryland sunday March 30 1958 Jef Price fifteen cents r 81 series due i Marshall Island area brushes aside protest soviet seen halting own Atess pro tested saturday against United plans to hold its next series of nuclear tests in the Marshall is lands area of the Pacific Ocean the state department brushing aside the protest said the tests will go Forward As scheduled the soviet objection coincided with mounting interest Here in a possible announcement its Moscow Early next week that Russia is halting its own testing of nuclear weapons such an announcement could come in a speech by for eign minister Andrei Gromyko to a session of the supreme soviet monday the protest itself was regarded at the state department As a propaganda along the lines that the russians have used in past years response to note the protest was Given by the foreign ministry in Moscow to the embassy and broadcast by Moscow radio it responded to a note of feb 17 notifying the soviet Union and other nations of the establishment of a danger zone in the Central Pacific effective May 9 president Eisenhower announced wednesday t hat the United states is inviting a group i of scientific observers from other countries to witness a Large nuclear explosion during the next test series the idea is to Demon Strate How can be other soviet Union would be among those invited to Send an observer the protest saturday appeared to raise the question whether Russia would accept Moscow might want to dramatize its expressed disapproval of the tests by refusing violation of trusteeship the soviet note contended 1 such use of the Marshall is lands area is a violation takings which the United states took upon itself under the United nations charter with regard to trusteeship the mar shall islands Are included in a Trust territory which the United states controls and administers 2 the declaration of the danger zone Over the open Ocean violates generally recognized principles of International Law relating to free Dom of the High 3 testing of nuclear weapons in the Pacific subjects to serious danger the life and health of peo ple living not Only on islands with in the area proclaimed dangerous but a sofar beyond its radioactivity causes a heavy loss of fish the note said protests nuclear tests plans Burdick quits gop meeting Bismarck w rep usher l Burdick 79 a Veteran of 20 years in Congress withdrew As a candidate for endorsement by the Republican slate Conven Tion saturday a few hours after it refused to endorse sen William Langer 71 for a fourth term Langer who is in Washington has made no Public comment on the action of the convention in endorsing la gov Clyde Duffy 58 year old devils Lake attorney for his seat his supporters said however they still expect Langer to be a candidate for the Republican nomination for the Senate in the june 24 primary in a statement withdrawing As a candidate for endorsement Bur pointed Reuther president of the United Auto workers listens yesterday to some pointed words from sen Mcclellan in the Senate rackets committee hearing the Kohler strike investigation ended last Reuther said gop senators Are trying to destroy the Law a photo lax atomic sub sets Atlantic trip record crosses underwater from England Miles in seven Days new London Conn the atomic submarine skate docked saturday with a new record on her string from England to America Miles in seven Days All under water we just did what came Natur said her proud skipper cmdr James f Calvert of Cleve land Ohio but it was a distinguished trip for the 265foot skate her Sec Ond big accomplishment since she joined he Nautilus and sea Wolf in the navys nuclear submarine Fleet Only last december 173 hours submerged she went under water at Lizard head the Entrance to the English Channel and didst surface until 173 hours later when she came up near Block Island saturday morn ing during that period she took time out to participate in routine exercises arid she was travelling against the Gulf Stream a slow ing Factor she left Rotterdam March 21 i perfect performance the aim of the trip was to see How the ship would perform at High sustained speeds the answer the performance of the ship was said Calvert who added that the rate of Speed was classified last month the skate crossed the Atlantic from near Nantucket to Portland England in nine Days another record from eng land she went to France the the Netherlands Dick said old guard nonpartisan said he leagues were being driven out creased Baltimore hikes saturday police Baltimore police department bolstered its Force sat urday night with 350 men on extra duty to try to curb the recent outbreak of crime commissioner James m Hep Bron decided to bring strength up to 627 patrolmen for that night when lawbreakers usually Are at their worst another 158 extra men Are scheduled to serve extra duty sunday night and Hepbron widow to Lor poisoning Leeds England w f the 66yearold widow of Windy Nook saturday was sentenced to hang for poisoning two of her three husbands to inherit their meager savings jury of nine men and three women deliberated for 80 minutes before finding plump bespectacled Eliza Beth Wilson guilty of murder ing Oliver 75 and Ernest 76 within 15 Days of her Vij the last woman to die of the Gallows in Britain glamorous 28yearold club hostess Ruth Ellis hanged for shooting her Lover in Burke urges shipbuilding fund boost bad weather balks Rescue for climbers four students caught at level in Sierra Snow due Yosemite National Park Stanford students three exhaustion and one Washington w adm a Leigh Burke chief of naval Aper actions has warned that Over half the navys ships in 1965 will be obsolete under the present level of spending for shipbuilding they will be practically use Burke told the House armed services committee in March 21 close door testimony made pub Lic saturday Burke said most of the navys ships were built during world War ii the present rate of spending on shipbuilding is about Ife billion dollars per year he said in order to get to replace ship for in order to get the minimum need about annually in our shipbuilding he said he added that much was needed Over a period of years in order to build a certain number of ships each year and have a continuously effective Navy Burke said he had in mind mostly destroyers and types of take about three years to Pope gets Palm leaves Symbol of Christ entry Vatican City a Pope Pius Xii saturday received a gift of Palm leaves symbolizing christs triumphant entry into Jerusalem a simple 400yearold ceremony inaugurated holy week that wiil commemorate sunday christs entry into Jerusalem Friday his death on the Cross and sunday the resurrection the Palm Frond presented to the 82yearold pontiff was the most elaborate of 700 that 15 nuns of the Camaldo Csc order have Deco rated the past year for prese la Brownsville Tex a facials described As a Contact Tion to High the Vatican thirty five men already showing Man and four Crevy men of a Lac roman curia of the Republican party plans to keep the in Force in effect during Daylight hours next week 35 continue Hunter strike n 111 protest of actions were marooned level in the Sierra saturday night with heavy show of the hikers Are women an air National guard helicopter could not reach them because of bad weather a Rescue Mission from Hamilton air Force base was set to drop two paramedics but was cancelled for the same reason a civil air patrol plane dropped food and supplies to the stranded party one mile South of my Lyell the four hikers members of the Stanford Alpine club Are Wil Liam Pope 22 of san francisco1 Mike Roberts 21 Neenah Leader of the Outing Lenore Lamb 21 Orinda Calif and mar Garet Meyer 21 of Seattle two others Bart Hooley and Mac Allen left the party thurs Day when it appeared pop had pneumonia and hiked to Yosemite for Aid the stranded four Are about 20 air Miles resort the six had started together last saturday for a betwee school terms hike Hooley and Allen were plumb tuckered out when they got Here last said chief Ranger Oscar Sedergren a 10man Rescue ground party was organized Here and left on foot to try to reach the stranded quartet with heavy shows they did not expect to reach them be fore monday at the earliest jury frees boy in dads death Noble okla 13yearold boy who said he fired in defense of his Mother shot and killed his father Early saturday a coroners jury of seven men took just 10 minutes to return a verdict of justifiable homicide the boy Othar e Henry Testi fied he had shot his father Kelsey Henry 38 As the Man armed with a Butcher knife advanced on mrs Henry republicans claim boost to Economy ikes anti recession plans lauded nine billion to be Seiil Washington it Republican leaders in Congress predicted sat urday the Eisenhower administrations anti recession plans will Jive an immeasurable boost to the lagging Economy they said the government is pouring nine billion dollars in stepped up spending into the eco nomic system sen Knowland of California and rep Joseph w Martin or of Massachusetts said the administration has taken 29 actions on its own and asked Congress to approve 21 additional requests for a total of 50 moves aimed at stimulating business and employment in sensible Well planned their joint statement obviously was offered As a Republican answer to democratic charges that the administration is moving too slowly the gop leaders said that As the actions make themselves Felt across the nation the Dollar Impact of the impetus will be in saying that most of the Money is being made available for things which the country has Al ready determined it Knowland and Martin added there is no Leaf raking make work in the administration pro Gram the actions Are designed to c r e a t e meaningful activity soon we have Learned from the past of the ineffectiveness of mov Irig massive Public works As a solution of our economic prob lems we Are not going to waste years and billions again on a frenzied spending program which would offer no immediate assist Ance in the current temporary de Cline but would mortgage Bur Fis Cal cuban rebels say uprising signal near Havana Cuba castros rebels passed out arms among civilians in Havana Anc elsewhere in Cuba saturday and said the hour is near for their big blow against the government Cuba appeared to be facing its most critical hour president Fulgencio Batista target of the con Gress for extraordinary Powers to crush any armed uprising or general strike he was certain to get the Powers it was the first time the Batista regime has showed alarm Over the possibility of a general up rising Castro has Given him until april 5 to resign or face total including a general strike Batista guarded by machine gunners in his sandbagged fort re Slike Palace has ignored re cent demands of the nations Lead ing civic religious cultural and professional organizations that he resign to prevent anarchy and chaos the nations army Navy and air forces were alerted for immediate action in All six prov inces a rebel band secretly Invar cd the newly opened 24 million Dollar Havana Hilton hotel from its top 30th Story they scattered leaflets to the winds warning of Immi nent action and calling on ail workers to strike they shouted Long live then fled starts Long walk to Alaska outfitted with Knapsack Bow and arrows 21yearold Robert Koenig Waves goodbye in Chicago As he started a mile round trip walk to Alaska yesterday he estimates the trip will take tworan Dahal years Story on Page 2 new soviet chief to name Cabinet radiation for patients Medicine merge in new reactor at Mit Moscow we Khrushchev in his new role of Premier will announce his Cabinet Mon Day before a joint session of the supreme soviet and some changes Are expected the big question is Wratni apr pens to grand fatherly Bulgarin whom Khrushchev re placed thursday that if Bulgari in in Jii Ern ment it will be As a Deputy Premier it seemed almost certain How Ever that Khrushchev has decided to stick with Andrei As foreign minister Gromyko 1s to deliver report on nuclear bomb tests after Khrushchev names his government Matzkevich May go there was some speculation that agriculture minister Vlad Mir Matzkevich will go he was criticized of the Council of the main House of parliament for an article in pravda he had written the communist party newspaper that Khrushchev agriculture reforms which he supported would mean state farms would lose their preeminence Over the collective farms a Deputy challenged this saying state and collective farms must develop Side by Side interest of Western diplomats was concentrated on Gromyko Many for him to announce the soviet Union wiil Stop testing thermonuclear weapons debates four hours the announcement that Khrushchev will name his government monday came at the end of the meeting of the Council of the Union the Council debated four hours on Khrushchev plan to re organize machine and tractor stations in his program designed to greeks reject Shou by ballot Athens Greece minister John Kapodistrias saturday refused permission for the american negro bal 1 Jet group and Shoi theatre to perform in Athens he s9d their presence Here during the pre electoral Campaign migh cause anti Amer ican and ant soviet disturb Antes faces trouble r states hits Effort to destroy Law Union Kokler investigation ends in uproarious emotional exhibition Washington Muthe Senate rackets committee saturday night wound up its inquiry of the violence studded Kohler strike after an uproarious session in which Walter Reuther slugged it out verbally with three gop senators Reuther accused his Republican critics of taking part in a design to destroy him and the United Auto workers Union he Heads one of the senators Goldwater of Arizona told reporters As the hearing ended that he still Coho siders Reuther More dangerous than the russian another of the three republicans sen Mundt of South Dakota Ted asserted during the hearing that Reuther has a mortgage on the democratic party Iii Soho areas 7 Mucci Milaa gives up the Giveand take strayed so far from the chair Man Mcclellan with gesture of frustration announced he was washing his hands of responsibility the Windup came on Anemo tonal note pleading for the Sake of America to Stop n a m e c a 11 i n g he asked for demonstration of democracy in depth to show the communist world that we can argue out our differences without he apologized to Mundt for some of his did not include Goldwater or sen Curtis neb in his regrets books in Good shape the Union Leader earlier had smiled broadly As the committees top accountant investigator car mine behin testified that he had books closer by and had found themis Excel Lent different he said from the Slipshod and false entries he has uncovered in some other unions this was toward the end of bitter Day in which Reuther said head the hearings from a background of six months Ofa Public Campaign about getting Reuther Here to show up him Law i i love this country Reuther then said i would do anything in my Power for it in worried Bec London Uva London news paper said saturday night Prin Cess Margaret faces big trouble1 because she met Peter Townsend last wednesday while her sister Queen Elizabeth ii was out of town Princess Margaret on the car pet proclaimed the sunday pictorial in a Page one headline splashed Over its Early editions the pictorial insisted the Queen knew nothing about margarets teatime tet Patete with Townsend until it happened Palace officials have reported the Queen knew about the meeting in Advance the 27yearold Princess has not seen her sister since Townsend came to Call his visit marked the end of his self imposed exile from England begun years ago when Margaret announced she was giving him up because she must put duty before love overtake the United states in food Cess the newspaper said the Prin production while members talked on the floor some party leaders engaged in what seemed to be an animated Lively and sometimes heated de Bate among themselves at their seats death of oldest Man at any moment Monteria Cordoba Colum Bia appeared saturday to Tea party with Townsend was described authoritatively As foolish beyond words and dread fully Queen had not expected to have to face this crisis All Over Jack slips Auto crushes Man 37 Elkridge my bumper Jack slipped and a station Wagon fell crushing a Man id death sat urday while he was working under the vehicle Cecil h Fazenbaker 37 Boston mass atom and Medicine Are wedded Here in be running out for the oldest pronounced dead also Ancs hos Man in the 11 physicians said death is expected momentarily for Javier overlooking the first Alor Ilic reactor designed Pone is for medical rope is sex use fused food in the county jail sat urday Arnaldo Barron 34 new York City Leader of the group said the since wednes examined the a Ricks have Day night a doctor who men said some had not eaten for four or five Days Barren said they men would not eat until the United states prom ised to Stop sending arms to Batista forces in Cuba the 35 men a Man whom of it will Send radiation beaming Barron 7aid has group Palm sunday upon in a route to help cuban rebel distribute bits of Olive Branchesi round airtight building of the Fidel Castro when they were stopped by officials a Varie to churchgoers to of arms and ammunition was taken from the boat All 40 were charged with conspiracy to violate the neutrality act chief Deputy sheriff Bill Gat Spike Lassie win Hollywood annual Patsy awards animal versions of the oscars and emmies went Utu ulivo w Tuuk said Star of the serving line and offer them the film old and Las the food theres nothing else we sic of to were firs place i Institute of tech Massachusetts ology now nearing completion the re actor is expected to be in opera Tion this summer the first patient will Likely be treated in in the reactor the neutrons re years old Pereira colombian Indian who came outside calculated his age at 168 lunch Pereira was taken to the states two years ago he was examined by new York physicians who said he could be Over 150 Pital in Baltimore state police said Fazen Baycer was found by his wife when she m worried because ourselves we weaken our Basic foundations by these unnecessary vilification d name when Mundt contended it was Law policy to attack Eisenhower and his administration Reuther retorted that his Union spends dues Money to further its policies without regard to political parties How can you separate the bread Box from the ballot he asked clearly irked by it All chair Man Mcclellan gave led the hear ing to a close shortly after 6 he announced the committee would la Inch on monday a hear ing on violence in a Law strike against the perfect Circle corp m new Castle ind to Call him for Ford Law begin talks Detroit Tetford motor co and the United Auto workers chose bargaining teams saturday to open talks on a new labor con tract monday Law president Walter p Reuther will be on hand for open ing of negotiations in the Ford Headquarters building in suburban Dearborn Reuther has assigned Ken Bannon director of the Laws Ford department log head the unions negotiating team Fords vice president for Indus trial relations John s Bugas will head the management team first talks in the Auto Industry got under Way tuesday at general motors corp they were recessed until april 8 after the Union formally presented a prof sharing proposal and other demands leased from the cores of splitting so uranium 235 atoms wiil be ind Small and shrunken the aged Ian is a contradiction to a beamed into the brain of the Cance Ted dietary rules for longevity cer patient the has lived almost needs of children should come first Adlai asserts new Adlai said it must train men exclusively Uldal Saia it must train men fir the will have received an0 carbohydrates from the Yucca Stevenson Safu Triay urged the Aid women to be Able to think in injection of Boron which localizes Plant wild Rice for almost a Cen american people to put childrens depend gently regardless of a 1 j0rity 0pjnj0ns in cancerous tissue More than int of he lived from hand to Mouth particularly in Educa healthy tissue the Boron will Caphis clothes in tatters the bar Ilion Overall other civilian soviet advances in science he i ii it loin lava Marlo a Ture neutrons and become radio ground was his bed Active this radiation is to kill cancer cells the treatment has been tried on about 20 persons at the Brook August or William National Laboratory can do ners Sweet neurosurgeon of Harvard medical school the first use will be to seek cure of brain cancers by bombardment with neutrons produced on Long Island none has been cured but the special arrangement Here will permit much More effective and possibly curative use of the atomic radiation or Sweet said urges tougher courses Cleveland Stu dents in the nations Public High schools should be steered into tougher courses of study James b Conant president emeritus of Harvard University said Here saturday night wants noted have made americans he asked in a deficient speech have we put the Myslm automobile ahead of abolishing the two shift school Stevenson Appeal for respect for education and the educated thinking the russian educational system is better than ours the american goal of education Loi Educ upon Ana me educated Stevenson said is to teach Man Man was made before the United just to survive but to is parents asses annual conference ump i not just to defend and luncheon if America is to Progress Ste but to make thai what god intended them to

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