Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland
4 May 1958

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4 May 1958

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - May 04, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandWeather Clwyd Wanmer the Evert in Hillh 7sm Cloudy mild tomorrow sex sections general Cit area news comics family weekly vol 123 Sutrin Cumberland Maryland sunday May 1958 Price fifteen cents Harden says pressure is wot Strong hassle brewing in House could delay action during year by b l Livingstone Washington chairman Graham a Barden dec said saturday the House labor com Mittee will won As practical a Senate passed Bill Foi Federal regulation of employee Wel fare and pension funds but he added aide red setting a Date for resum ing hearings recessed last session adding to my Surprise there has been much less pressure in regard to it than i had anticipated i dont know what the sentiment of the House might be in support of action improbable while Bardens statement seemed to improve somewhat the prospects of committee action on the welfare fund Bill it still left unanswered the larger question of House action on any sort of major labor legislation this year such action currently appears improbable sen Irving m Ives in a transcribed interview said Gen eral labor amendments unsuccessfully offered to the welfare Bill in the Senate have no Chance of House acceptance either i checked up with the House to How they would accept proposals like that and i Dis covered some time ago that the House had no intention of passing any labor legislation at this ses Ives said it seemed most questionable at the time he added that the House would even approve the proposal for regulation of pension and welfare funds but since the welfare Bill has gone to the House Ives said he finds the leaders Are giving it serious consideration and there is a Strong probability that pass the the measure re quires that most pension welfare funds be registered with the labor department and full reports be filed on their operation hassle now brewing in the House committee How Ever a hassle was brewing that conceivably could delay action in definitely Barden and some other commit tee members were reported opposed to including management run employee welfare funds in a regulatory Law this would limit the application of Federal requirement to Union operated funds such a move is certain to stir up a Battle within the 30member committee an amendment by sen Gordon Allott Colo to exempt Man age Mentrin funds from Regula Tion was overwhelmingly Defeated in the Senate rep Roy m Wier a ranking member of the House labor committee said the Senate Bill probably could be approved in its present form u s rejects polish note Washington Muthe United slates has sent a note to communist Poland reportedly rejecting that country proposal for a zone in the heart of Europe free of nuclear weapons the state department said the note was delivered to the foreign office in Warsaw saturday by ambassador Jacob d bean it was understood text will to made Public sunday the polish plan is known As the Rapacki plan because it was put Forward by foreign minister Rapacki it Calls for the soviet and Western blocs to agree on a Denu Clear Zed zone embracing Czechoslovakia Poland East Germany and West Germany negro boy held in school fight Kansas City Eva 17year old negro boy was charged with disturbance of the peace Satur Day in the beating last wednes Day of an 18yearold White Stu Dent at Central High school he is Roosevelt Manley one of four youths taken into custody at the school after the Healing and slugging of Gerald Hender son a senior Henderson suffered a fractured jaw and bruises on the neck and read missing girl Kathy Hampton is greeted by her parents at St Louis Hospital after she was found yesterday coming out of am abandoned tenement House missing since wednesday night she apparently was unharmed the child was Clad Only in panties when found a youth was arrested later and held As her Abductor a Phot Fox storms Rake Texas areas floods mount the associated Prtini violent Spring weather lashes wide areas of the mid continent saturday twisters floods and Thunder storms plagued parts of Texas for he ninth straight Day a Tornado smashed a barn and Mailer farm buildings near Bald win in South Western Illinois another twister was sighted West of the St Louis Airport intrusion of cooler air into the Luh Iid Plains triggered Thunder terms from Texas to Kansas and he lower and Middle Mississippi Alley i heavy Rains of up to eight a chs since Friday morning ran of into bloated streams in Texas two Hundred families left their Lomus at fort Worth because of Lood threats receding flood Waters per milled Amilius to return to their Homes i san Marcos in Central Texas and at the Texas Oil co Camp to Miles from Gladewater in ast Texas the damaging weather in Texas Trucl Chad from the deep Southwest ortion of the stale below san an Ohio Inlo cast Texas tornadoes r battering winds struck during tie night at Lufkin Marshall Longview Hugh Springs Carson my Leesburg in Eastern Texas my at Losoya near Devine and Icar Kenedy in Southwest Texas rocket to Moon attempt slated Torri Ivaton Conn Atterson Conn said saturday Fie air Force will Alt Mph to Hoot a rocket tothe Moon some Ime during july Patterson a member of the Louse armed services committee and the joint atomic Energy committee said we arc assured f ultimate first Success because he russians lag More than three cars behind us in Moon rocket Patterson said he hoped the Moon rocket would be launched uly 4 Best friend9 makes error William Lewis was hospitalized with Groin and Arm injuries after he was attacked by his own dog when he returned Home Early saturday police figured that in the dark the seller mistook Lewis for a he entered his Home at suburban Essex Aboul 2 a m Allieson hits Ike Nixon As incompetent9 Detroit Muthe record of the Eisenhower Nixon adm Nistra lion was described As one of in competence lassitude and failure at Home and by former Secretary of stale Dean Acheson saturday Acheson a Democrat who served under former president Truman spoke at a fundraising dinner of Michigan democrats at Detroit Light guard armory Acheson said in a speech pre pared for delivery there is much to be done in Washington and no virile leadership from the Tive we have a great and difficult task before us in these next three he said it is the task of saving the country and the inner National situation despite the paralysis of the executive and of in Suring that in 1960 the people will return administration of affairs to those who will go Forward once again with vigor and under he referred to what he termed the present incompetent and irresolute drifters who occupy but do not fill the executive offices in Princess Anne seven to have minor surgery London Anne 7 daughter of Queen Elizabeth will enter a Hospital sunday to have her tonsils and adenoids removed the Princess go from wind or Castle to the London hos ill for sick children bucking Lam Palace said saturday lied planes spotted in North pole area Washington w u n i i e d states weather planes see Occa ional indications that soviet air Dorily of in members offered the proposal As a Means of reducing the danger of Surprise attack across the Arctic Region raft arc operating in the North the of the n old area Crews of weather Survey planes f the air Force report that cd tale vapor streamers Are spol cd from Lime to Lime indicating he presence of aircraft these sightings of engine sex Aust trails have been noted for evral years but the fact is give n new significance by the soviet in the United nations Friday f the american proposal for an Arctic inspection plan the United states backed by the a spec lion plan leaves the United states with no Choice except to continue improve men of its radar warnings and bomber patrol sys tem however officials said that this does not mean that the strategic air command will make any change in its policy of keeping ail armed aircraft South of the 80th Parai lol this extends across the Northern rim of the continent and Greenland and is removed from soviet territory by almost Dulles Hopes for results Dimori talks Copenhagen Denmark of u s Secretary of stale John Foster Dulles arrived saturday night for a nato foreign minis tors meeting and expressed Confidence the talks would have fruitful results smiling and waving his Black Homburg Dulles stepped out of a u s air Force Constellation and told reporters on the windswept Field he thinks it was a Good thing the current session will take place in one of the North Allan tic treaty organizations smaller countries the three Day session opens monday Dulles and foreign ministers of the h other nato nations will conduct their talks beneath the Green Copper roofs of cop Cha cons picturesque christians Borg Palace scat of the danish Parlia ment they plan to define and coordinate i hair positions in the expectation of an East West sum Mit conference later this year they also arc expected to talk privately about a few disagree ments within the family there is mounting British american con Corn about the French algerian conflict and even a British ice Andic disagreement Aboul fish no rights off Iceland shores the diplomats also have before hem the Situ lion in the Turbo ent Middle East and particularly May try to come to some agreed assessment of soviet motives in hat Oil Rich Region youth 17 killed in mishap after fathers funeral North Bergen n j we a 17yearold High school senior was killed saturday in an Auto truck collision just a few hours after attending his fathers funeral James Oconnor collided head on with the truck just a dozen blocks from his Home Here the Driver of the truck was Dent Ifird As Jthn Kapner 32 ii ton Springs n y oconnors father James 57 died of a heart attack wednes Day while waiting in line to have Lis car inspected Canadian Leader raps Russ veto Ottawa my prime minister John said saturday inc soviet unions rejection of an Arctic inspection plan has placed a veto on the Hopes of Man kind for he issued a statement criticizing the soviet veto of presi Dent Eisenhower plan in the u n Security Council Friday stolen girl found alive in St Louis child six missing since wednesday located by police bulletin St Louis Dpi chief of Chunma Laid 15yearold youth sat urday Nike admitted ing pretty Kilby Hampton and taking her to vacant ramshackle House m Blocki from her 6t Louis w pretty Kathy Hampton was found saturday dirty dishevelled but alive the girl had been the object of a massive police search since wednesday when she was reported missing from her tenement Home a physician at City Hospital who examined Kathy said she had cuts and bruises on her body but there was no evidence she had been raped but Kathy told one of the women who found her mrs Rollin Picou they Hurt me Down and she pointed to her Groin asleep few Long time mrs Picou said the Childs breath smelled of liquor or Ether the girl told her i have been asleep for a Long mrs Picou said the girl Hdldn appear frightened but she was very hungry and thirsty she drank so much water 1 was afraid she would be mrs Picou said i gave her Sandwich Glass of milk she was Clad Only in panties and wrapped in a Blanket when car ried into City Hospital by police Cpl James keys her parents greeted her at the Hospital they were in tears and scarcely Able to talk officers said other articles of childrens clothing were found in the vacant ramshackle House where Kathy had been held Pris Oner in North St Louis the girl wandered outside the Muse and was found by mrs Picou and her sister inlaw mrs Rose Mcloz a dress Belt was tied around one of Kalys Ankles and she told mrs Metz they tied me the first thing the Blu eyed Blond youngster said was my name is Kathy can you find me some the child appeared confused As o just what had happened in the 70 hours she had been missing said boy tied her up first she told the two women a couple of men had brought her to he House later she said Only one of was involved and he had tied ice up police picked up for question no a 15yearold boy who had re ported giving her a Bike ride on he Day of her disappearance then etting her off in front of her Home the boy told police then hat she was talking to a tall slim Man when he last saw her in front of her House she told her father James Lampion 38 a welder that she haunt been Hurt but her hair was matted and she was covered with dirt mrs Picou said Kathy had about an Inch of soot All Over her she said she satisfied herself the girl was Kathy by looking up a newspaper account then she called police who whisked her to he Hospital Kathy lives with her parents and five Brothers and Sisters in a rundown slum neighbourhood swedish Prince Akrivy Sprince Turtil of Sweden smiles As he is greeted at Idlewild Airport on arrival from eur Dpt yesterday swedish Consul general Erik Kronvall shakes his hand he will lunch with president Eisenhower tuesday and later will visit Minnesota plan Washington the House armed service committee seemed resolved saturday to Honor a goo portion of president Eisenhower request for More Central bed command arrangements Over Multi service Flag thin learns but the committee whose dec Sions the House rarely overturns appeared As suspicious As Ever o moves to centralize admin Sara distinct from military command of the air Force and marines any change that could be interpreted however remotely As increasing the Chance that in future the sep a rate services might be incr cd appeared doomed this was the committees moot after two weeks of hearings on Eisenhower proposals for sweep ing defense reorganization the legislators Lemper showed i their questioning of defense chiefs and weekend interviews Secretary of defense Mcelroy Hiis told the committee there i authority now to streamline com Maud of combined forces so lha the defense Secretary and join chiefs of staff Are the direct superiors of the Field commanders but he said such command to effective needs a bigger join staff with an operational Section the appeared in dined to increase the staff now limited to 210 but still to impose a of 400 this was the figure Mcelroy tentatively estimated might be needed Gen Thomas d while air Force Chic of staff said it probably should be larger the numerical ceiling is regarded As a safeguard again development of a Prussia style general staff Ike proposes Neutral zone in Antarctica Washington my president Eisenhower called on the soviet Union and 10 other countries sat urday to join in a pact to neutralize the vast Frozen continent of Antarctica and dedicate it to peaceful scientific research a major aim of the proposed Reaty would he to lock Terri Loring claims in Antarctica where they now stand and thus prevent bit or International disputes from arising politically the Region where so vict and american Sci lists have cooperated in recent months would be insulated from the so vie Western conflict raging in most other parts of the world Eisenhower proposal announced at the while House is expected to result in a 12nation conference after an informal Exchange of ideas among the a ions concerned in addition to the United states and the soviet in on they arc Argentina Australia Belgium Chile France Japan zealand Norway South Africa and Britain elaborate Benalt Given to Baruch by class of 89 new York Bernard Baruch who likes to sit on the to Odin benches of Central Park was presented with a new and much More impressive Bench saturday his class of 1883 Al cily col Csc presented the octogenarian in Ancier with the Bench in front f a new College Library building during dedication ceremonies the Bench is 24 feet Long made of Black Granite and has his name Cut in the Stone convicted killer Dies in gun Duel Waco Tex w a convict cd murdered who boasted he Wouk Force officers to shoot him rather than die in the a Lecleric chair died in a gunfight saturday Franklin Perkins 28 was shot to death still fighting from be Neath a Small Frame House after 10 and a companion broke out of the county jail Friday his companion Howard King in other murderer sentenced to 99 a cars surrendered earlier ii Ido official charges Chiang regime airmen aiding it ebels Jakarta Indonesia Nesia softened somewhat toward he United Stales saturday but threatened to go to the United nations with complaints that nationalist China is taking a hand with the indonesian rebels foreign minister sub Andrio at tacked the government of Chiang Waishek on Formosa after a meeting with ambassador Miles on the trans Polar route Ilion Diefenbaker said the Canadian i Howard p Jones he said he had government could Only conclude j Given Jones proof that and rom the veto that soviet charge chinese nationalists arc helping he u s Sara logic air command i the rebels in their War against was making provocative flights i the government both Jones and n the Arctic Are without said their talks were fruitful and valuable sub Andrio concentrated on a Liona Lisl China he said that if the Formosa government docs not take immediate Steps to prevent in nationals interfering in indo Resias internal rebellion Orwill have no other alternative but to take the Case to the United a of course taking the Issue to the United nations is not the Only step we might take that is Only one of the Steps we will be forced to Lake if this dirty business con Bandung by president Sukarno Friday night for the first time Sukarno took up the charges of and chinese nationalist intervention in the indonesian Strug Glt High level talk Hopes again fade went Concession fails to brighten Summit Outlook t by John m Hightower Washington my the United states Britain and France finally in saturday to the soviet demand that they negotiate separately in Moscow for a Summit con Ference but the Concession failed to brighten the gloomy Jiummie Outlook Concession Means that ambassadors of the United slates Britain and France to negotiate one by one with soviet foreign minister Gromyko or his representative the idea is to help arrange for a later meeting of the lop leaders of Powers to try to solve some world issues see soviet unprepared after a week of increasing Washington Moscow tension Secretary of state Dulles and other High officials appear to doubt seriously that the soviets want Mit meeting now Moscow is believed unprepared to make any important agreements with the West on acceptable Compromise terms Dulles is due total with West Ern european leaders in Copen Hagen this week end aleut Steps which this country could Lake by with its he will primary with British for Lloyd aus pension of nuclear weapons toward the end of ills the so Viet Union to accept International inspection president Eisenhower Dulles British prime minister Mac Millan have agreed the test sus pension Niue offered the greatest prospects of Success at a Summit conference the soviet Union announced a month ago that it was calling off tests and this put new pressures on Britain and the United Stales to review their own test policies now that there is diminishing Prospect that a Summit Confer ence will be held Dulles and other officials who favor halting the testing Are thinking primarily it was Learned saturday in terms of Independent action Dulles still hns to win his fight with age chairman Lewis Strauss who is waging a Public Campaign to continue testing on the ground that it is essential to Security at present highly placed inform ants Sny that the weight of opinion in the administration is against Strauss give in under a intent the Western Powers agreed to the russian demand for separate diplomatic negotiations on cum Mil problems in notes delivered n Moscow saturday they had wanted to sit Down with Gromyko n a fou Power group in effect hey give in under protest be cause they said they desire to move ahead with the work itself and in the fact that he soviet government agrees that the ambassadors will discuss substantive it was not certain that the Sepa rate talks on the terms stated by he West would be acceptable to the soviets Queens mate to visit Ottawa a Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands arrived Satur Day by plane to begin an official Isit to Canada and the United san pcs the husband of Queen Juliana Vas met by gov Gen Vincent ii a a s c y agriculture minister Ouglas Harkness representing he Canadian government and members of the diplomatic corps he will reach Vancouver May 9 o visit the International Trade fair at British columbian can Annial celebrations at Vancou it Bernhard will Board a in Force plane May 12 for Cali the indonesians charged wednesday that soldiers of Fortune and chinese nationalists Are flying missions for the rebels in their stopped up air War in Indonesia in Washington president Eisenhower ack times if this intervention goes on now eged that soldiers of Fortune unchecked it Means War in our of Many countries Cantor rebel Lions territory the meeting Between sub Andrio and Jones followed a speech at such As this but added that he docs not believe americans arc Indonesia Khrushchev threatens Greece on nato bases Athens Greece of soviet Scmier Nikita Khrushchev threatened Greece saturday with Tomic retaliation in time of War it allows nuclear missile bases o be set up on its soil he told the Athens newspaper a inca in an interview that recce membership in the Orth Atlantic treaty Organiza Tion May involve it in any dangerous military by an other nato member such As Alj luvs America or

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