Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland 18 May 1958
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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - May 18, 1958, Cumberland, MarylandThe weather humid Tivit Imti or i Likely in my six sections general Cit area news Spoleti comics family weekly vol 137 Cumberland Maryland sunday May 18 1958 Price fifteen cents i ii Lin resigns London airs request for holding off propose decision postponed until meeting in june by John m Mig Tower Washington in Britain was reported saturday to have asked the United states to hold off final action on suspending nuclear weapons tests until after prime minister Harold Macmillan has a Chance to discuss the Issue with president Eisenhower Here next month since Eisenhower if expected to go request this Means that the test problem will be on of the chief topics of the june 910 Washington conference it also expected to be possibly the one Issue on which agreement can be reached in an East West conference if such a meeting is agreed on with soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev Ike due to Send Eisenhower it due to Send a note to Khrushchev next week welcoming the russians agree ment a week ago to join in tech Nical studies of methods of detect Inmany violations of an International agreement Banning tests the president is expected to try to get Khrushchev to agree to hold the technical studies under u n auspices the United states Coa siders h important to maintain u n sponsorship in the whole disarmament Field this series of Khrushchev Eisen Hower letters developed following russian March announcement that it had stopped experimenting with nuclear weapons Khrushchev has been pressing Eisenhower to follow suit Eisenhower readiness to enter talks on test ban enforcement techniques carries the implication the president is ready to suspend weapons testing after the current series of explosions this is borne out by All the information Avail Able from administration sources an the Prospect is that an announcement will be made in the next six weeks the following Points have an important bearing an editorial Harmony ticket offers Opportunity for Victory an Opportunity presents itself to the democrats of Maryland in tuesdays primary an Opportunity to select a Well balanced list of candidates who will return this old line state to its traditional demo cratic party state comptroller j Millard Tawes the overwhelm ing Choice for the gubernatorial nomination is urging democrats to support As his running mates mayor Thomas Dalesandro of Baltimore for u s Senate state senator Louis a Goldstein for comptroller and c Ferdinand Sybert for attorney general each one of these men is an experienced Public official inclusion of Sybert Goldstein and Dalesandro on Tawes ticket is Assurance of a harmonious and hardworking administration after next novembers elections despite personal preferences and other extraneous matters democrats have a Clear duty to vote tuesday for a winning team in Tawes Sybert Goldstein and Dalesandro the party has such a ticket the first step Back to a democratic administration at Annapolis and a Democrat from Maryland in the United states Senate can be taken Day after tomorrow by support of the Harmony ticket in the democratic primary the larger the rank and file Vole All Over Maryland for Tawes and his ticket the More certain will be a democratic Victory it november without any criticism of any other candidate in tuesdays democratic primary this newspaper feels that the logic of the situation the official experience of the numerous aspirants and a sense of parly welfare make it desirable that Tawes Sybert Goldstein and Dalesandro be Given the undivided support of Mary land democrats Victory at the polls next fall will be most assured by the Harmony ticket Victory in the party primary tuesday Mcelroy sees drive for defense change Washington Secretary of defense Mcelroy predicted saturday that some senators Are going to want a hell of a lot stronger defense reorganization Bill than was drafted by a House committee on this Outlook 1 ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge u s envoy to the u it pressing Washington to make up its mind on suspending tests with an announcement at the end of june at the latest behind lodges urgency is the scheduled publication july 1 of a u n scientific committee report on nuclear radiation the report is understood not to paint an alarm ing picture of fallout dangers from weapons testing but even so Lodge expects it to increase pres sure on the United states to Stop tests urges decision s Secretary of slate Dulles who decided several months ago that the u s policy of continued testing was harmful to the coun try diplomatic and propaganda position has made a firm recommendation to Eisenhower for decision to suspend testing chairman Lewis Strauss of the atomic Energy commission has been waging a rear guard fight against suspending tests unless there is agreement also on Stop Ping weapons manufacture under an International enforcement sys tem Paris blast toll hits 15 Paris spark from an electric meter touched off a Gaso line tank explosion in the heart of Paris saturday which killed 15 persons injured 28 others and wrecked a seven Story building victims included children Leav ing a nearby school for lunch just As the Blasl occurred the explosion apparently resulting from a gasoline leak in a Emrage sent Clouds of dust and smoke through the Montmartre Dis Ricl hampering Rescue teams digging into the rubble for Pur sons feared buried Mcelroy said he expects efforts will be made in both the House and Senate to bring the Bill More closely in line with what presi Dent Eisenhower wants the next action on the Meas ure approved 32 0 Friday by the House armed services com Miller is due to be taken on the House floor perhaps within the next two weeks after that it is scheduled to go to the Senate which has not taken any action Al All yet on Eisenhowe ers defense reorganization proposals the president was pictured by some congressional sources As willing to sign the Bill in its pc sent form although Eisenhower has expressed Hope that some language in the measure will be suitably adjusted on the House floor commenting on the House com Milce version Friday night my Elroy said that while the Bill seems to have accomplished most of the presidents major objectives certain language will in our opinion impair efficient and elaborating in a talk with re porters saturday the defense Secretary said the first Effort to revise the committee language probably will be made during Louse debate he also Saicic thought some members of the Senate will want a stronger Bill the House com Millic Bill is a Compromise measure that would give Eisenhower substantially what he requested in arrange ments for Surca Mlinck comma of unified forces briton sent to prison for shocking his wife London Ronald Don Ald 32 has been sentenced to a year in prison for rigging up a device that gave his wife an Vic tiny baby gains five pounds Anc leaves Hospital Springfield to or baby so tiny she had Lowca diapers on fourth the Norma size was at Home saturday after spending the first 82 Days of he life in a Hospital Charlene Ann Worley was Bor 14 weeks prematurely and weighed one Pound six ounces so was Given Little Chance to sur electric Shock in her Bath a London court decided he was not trying to kill her but just wanted to annoy her b or Loona Worley of Willow to Charlene now weighs pounds her mothers is do official charges Aid rebels Jakarta Indonesia w for Ign minister sub Andrio called in s ambassador Howard Jones saturday to insist once More Hal in United slates help Slop Al aged foreign inner Verlion in in on Sias rebellion sub Andrio to Jones lat this country could not wait Nuch longer for results because in struggle in East Indonesia is moving into a critical stage the meeting with f several in recent Sci did with an army announce ment of reports that chinese nationalists Are fighting on the Side if the rebels in North celebes Tibout indonesians of Chi Nese ancestry live in North Ccle pcs nearly All support Chaing Aisha a president of the nationalist chinese government on Formosa chains government Las denied repeatedly it is Elvod in Indonesia rebellion up to now the indonesians Lave been accusing the National St chinese on Formosa of Send no arms to the rebels this is first charge that nationalist chinese troops were being used president gives wife husbandry kiss Al station Washington us president Eisenhower welcomed his wife lome saturday with a husbandry kiss the president was at Union station when mrs Mamie Eison lower and her sister mrs Gor Don Moore returned from a visit Vith their 80yearold ailing Mother in Denver Eisenhower boarded the rear car of the Irain bussed his wife and later gave a Peck on the Check to his teenage Niece who also is named Mamie policy shift seen after riot Nixon experience in South America reveals problems by Stanford Bradshaw Washington Wyvice presi Dent Nixon encounter with Shock ing displays of discontent in South America will result in recommendations for some Washington policy shifts the Rio marred trip apparently has startled the United states into the realization that latin America thought a Safe become a top problem due to a stepped up communist drive there the vicious reaction to Nixon Lour could not have been so Strong if the red agitators had not been Able to capitalize on a latent anti americanism and antagonism to u s economic policies will suggest Nixon in a Public report expected in about two weeks plans to suggest moves to counter the red threat other reports will go to president Eisenhower the state department and other government agencies the proposed shifts Nixon Al ready has marked out probably will provide for 1 a colder policy toward dictatorships but without u s intervention in Domestic affairs Nixon is understood to feel that seeming u s friendliness to past and present Caudillo has become a Ball and Chain on u s policy in latin America the new policy might be expressed As for dictators a handshake for demo cratic leaders the Brazo pm 2 a shakeup in u s diplomacy this would be aimed at getting u s diplomats into closer Contact with the people who arc going to have a big part in the future in latin americas growing social and economic upheaval the moves would be aimed at univer sity students and professors labor a dvrs newspaper and radio people greater cooperation sent 3 greater u s consideration of economic moves affecting latin americas National economics Tolje situation has been expressed As every time the United states sneezes they catch greater u s cooperation on latin american economic problems is indicated staf Chiefa seen Backer of Dega former governor1 of Algeria in Africa capital daul1st Leader Sou Stallc in Center is Given handshake by algerian after his arrival yesterday in Algiers at right is Gen Jacques Massu military Force to break rebellion in Algeria Sou Stallc is supporter of Gen do Gaulle he eluded tails police and fled to algerian cup ital al1 Phol fax via radio from Turin Jurist to face ouster hearing o Nashville Tenn my the Tennessee Senate meets we docs a to set the Date and Complete he preliminaries for the Stales first impeachment trial in 12 years that of judge Boulston Schoolfield of Chattanooga the Senate set the meeting Dale when it will assemble As a High court of impeachment saturday after three prosecutors from the House of re pc Santa tics formally Nolif cd the Senate the criminal court judge had been impeached on 24 counts attired drive urged new Delhi of prime minister Nehru Congress party Are being urged to Lead simple lives of moral virtue to combat communism and group intolerance cargo planes sent to West Reich sector Washington my a Force of Luigi cargo planes began heading out of the United states saturday for Germany they would be Cap Able of transporting troops into the troubled Middle East Ore Vic rating persons from the area if necessary the first of 18 transports began taking off from Donaldson air Force base at the air Force said i Germany to the c124 trans ports will be at the disposal of the air Force commander in Europe for whatever use he needs to make of them an air Force spokesman was asked if the transports would be used in connection with the evacuation of americans or for other purposes in Rio Ridden Lebanon he replied tersely if the state department said i Short while before that consideration is being Given to measures for protecting americans in lab anon but that no request for rooms has been received from he lebanese government the air Force said the c124 transports carried neither troops nor equipment As they left Don Aldson to renovate canal Kiel Germany we the Kiel canal one of the worlds most important manmade Waterways will he renovated in the next 3vi years for More than seven Mil lion dollars Alabama father kills girl self Phenix City Ala id a father of seven children shot am killed his 3yearold Niece Satur Day critically wounded his estranged wife wounded his Broth Crinklaw and then took his of life with a Shotgun authorities said the wild shoo ing incident climaxed a do Misti argument at the brother inlaw Home a week after the couple separated acting Coroner Eugene Goot year of Russell county Sai James Wesley Blair a 33year old textile worker placed a 12 gauge Shotgun at his Chin an pulled the trigger after Killin his Niece Patricia Ann Austin and wounding the other two sunday return urged St Paul Minn Mil piece of facial tissue balanced upon the is not hat for churchgoers the most Rev William 0 Brady roman Catholic Arch Bishop of St Paul told his flock saturday he also called for the re turn of the sunday suit for going to Church Heads arrested for attack on Vixon in Peru Lima Peru Ufi police an ounces saturday arrest of the Ccreary general of Perus out awed communist parly and nine in bars charging they were re Pon Siulc for the riots thai naked u s vice president Vioris appearance Here May 8 the alleged red Leader is Raul Acosta Arres cd with him were Hryc other alleged communist chiefs including Antonio Bournaz a member of the newspaper mens federation Board and o he radio announcers Union one worker and five students of san Marcos University police said the 10 and two workers revolutionary party workers arrested May 10 Are be no held incommunicado they will be irid on charges of inner ering with he country foreign relations attacking officials of Friendly nation and desecrating their Flag police said Jet Pilot Dies As plane plunges Philadelphia a Navy Jet fighter plane crashed slur Day in the backyard of a nearby Jarry town Home the Pilot a killed the plane narrowly Misse Loren e Donelson who a working in his backyard the plane buried itself to feet in the ground the body of the Pilot wearing an unopened Parachute fell the feet of Donc sons son David 14 who was cutting grass on Tiv front Lawn Ajda opposes Jainese reel ii try in in of Umcil ans for democratic action enl Rudny Defeated move calling or admission of red China into he United nations it Hen approved statement Irgang i immediate halt in weapons cols the Ada annual convention no o adopted a stat Cmunt attacking old major political find ailing for bold and Liberal pro opals to solve our common prob tru Jillo plans to shed wife with divorce father Lac vocals Jordan gets Aid Amman Jordan imme Grant of million dollars in uni cd states Poir four Aid was announced by the govern ment saturday Ciudad Trijillo dominican Republic Gen Rafael tru Jillo whose romancing of hol Lywood stars made headlines is shedding his wife with a mexican divorce this was disclosed in an inter View saturday with Generalissimo Rafael Trijillo the generals father has run this country for 28 years the Generalissimo said his sons divorce proceedings were instituted in april in the civil court of bravos District in Chihuahua the Ihrcke civil courts in Juarez which is the bravos District of the slate of Chihuahua said no such suit was on file with them Al though it might be pending with an attorney neither the attorney for Trujino nor for Trijillo could be immediately located the 29yearold chief of the dominican air Force and his wife Octavia Adolfina Ricart do tru Jillo have six children the wife and children arc now in the dominican Republic Young i a to Ion it in Titu i 11 j Mexico that was before the been studying at the us broke into the news with his lavish Larmy general staff College Al it gifts to Zsa Zsa Gabor and Novak i the Generalissimo said the divorce has absolutely no connect lion Wilh his sons romantic adventures in Hollywood the Generalissimo in Ich spirits an laughing said furthermore i proposal to admit red cams the China to the come from tie Loor of the Ada convention it was offered on behalf of majority of the new York delegation y Herbert Robinson of new York cily after Brief debate the motion was Defeated by n Large major by on a show of hands in urging immediate halting of nuclear tests the Ada state ment said the United Stales at he same Lime should move in he to set up a system of Asp action the convention Defeated a proposal calling for a test halt Only f Russia first agreed to Tysl and production inspection the convention urged that the assume jurisdiction Over outer space and supervise its exploration for peaceful purposes american dead to be honoured by Ike decree Washington my president Eisenhower saturday ordered flags flown at Hal Slaff May 28 30 in Honor of the unknown Amer ican dead of world War ii and the korean conflict who will be buried Al Arlington National cemetery on memorial Day the bodies of the two unknowns arc being returned to this coun iry May 28 Eisenhower order applies to government buildings naval ves Sels and the like but he added in a proclamation As a sign of our National Gra Lilure and concern i also urge my fellow citizens to display our country Flag at Hal Slaff Al their Homes and other appropriate places during this College student Bull i tin f Paris embattled Premier the saturday Elf it will no All Ali emergency pc Wen to the to met left talc Motlik Telem t overthrow i by Godfrey Anderson Paris Premier Pflimlin was jolted saturday night by the loss of his top military advisers he struggled in theal Gurian crisis against Gen Charles do Gaulle the Loire at of riot and bloodshed Wai in the air Gen Paul Ely chief of staff of the combined armed services and a de gaullist signed a popular figure in the army he was reported angered by the arrest of two of his generals in a Roundup of rightists As the crisis deepened do Gaulle announced from his Rural Home 150 Miles from Paris that will come to the capital Mon Day for a news conference Pii Rii de Gallei Lender in Parlia ment dealt Pflimlin another Miff blow by evading police Nur til Lance in Paris and flying off from Switzerland to the gaullist hotbed in Algeria Jacques soul clue former governor general in Algeria and Darling of was cheered wildly by massed thou Sands in Algiers As he shouted Long live Algeria Jong live France Long Jive de then announced i have no other ambition than o remake Tom National Unity of both shores of Tom undoubtedly incensed that sour Idle got away the Cabinet an Loun cd severe would to imposed to prevent French citizens from leaving France Bor Der controls were tightened the Cabinet also said certain restrictions would be placed on move ment inside France but did not explain this u also threatened to censor newspapers it seemed obvious Soustelle had the help of French officials he was under virtual House arrest and the Pflimlin government has for Bidden movement of ships or planes to Algeria de Gaulle is known to have Strong support in the army air Force and Security forces and it appeared the Navy might be wavering a reliable source said a Tanker loaded with vital fuel slipped into Algeria last night de spite government orders to the Navy to halt it the Navy excused in self by saying the weather was bad rightists called for demonstrations at the Tomb of the unknown Soldier at the arc de Tri Mph they Ihus defied the ban on All Public Mcculings backed up Kef it we to Uslina son had the right to spend his own Money any Way he pleases in the uni cd Stales instead of being irked about Young Trujillo romancing the Generalissimo said what his son did is his own private business and he is spending his own the elder Trijillo fi7 said his country never received a Penny in direct Aid from the United i stalls killed in crash Richwood w Val a College student and former re Porter who came Here to negotiate the Purchase of a weekly newspaper was killed saturday in the wreck of his lat Model sports car Melvin Miller about 23 of Bethany in Ohio county died shortly after he was admitted to sacred heart Hospital a Junior at Bethany College Miller Henlly Wheeling intelligencer was employed until As a reporter for re the by police and Security police deployed in the tense capital parisians fearing grave trouble ahead bought out All the canned goods at Many stores rightists rounded up Security police rounded up right its in Paris and throughout France under drastic new Emer gency Powers granted Pflimlin by parliament allowing arrests with out warrant at any hour Pflimlin who has demanded that do Gaulle explain what he meant in announcing thursday he was ready to assume full Power in France sent an envoy off to Dega Ulics re trial he Only saw a military the general air Force Mystic re Jet fighters screamed Low Over the sleepy Vil Lage of As the envoy Marcel diebold conferred for an hour with the aide with Security officials sitting in presumably the two discussed de Gaul Les decision to return to Paris monday sputnik Iii completes 29th circuit of London a Spulnik Iii completed its 29lh circuit of the Earth at 10 a m saturday radio Moscow reported the new satellites Are functioning normally and sending valuable information to surface recording stations broadcast said
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